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Our large stock of new
Goods will be marked
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ZALEY & LETSOIT,
TIED CLOI'D, - XEURASKA.
at tlic Store of
A large Jfock of (Irrmantown Wool,
Zrpliyn mid Stocking Yant, alirnyn
SUMMER DRESS GOODS. LAWXS
AXb.L'ERCALES IN GREAT
TOYS for tlic- Cljildrcn- and- E'vcry
tlilng ;1m! yoi need', at
llljAVUHniT iff IN G .
Wihlurs l inform the pulli; that he
i.s prepared' to dc all work in his line
promptly and in a. Workman-like
PLOW WORK A srECrALTY.
Shop mirth of 3Hlrhu11 h Morhart'a
Store, Ri:i Cloud. Nku.
AND A FULL UXK OF FANCY
ALSO A FIKST CWSS
Ice Cream Parlor,
Whore you can always
get a mco dwh of Ice Cream during
vA share of tho public natronaco is
ifcpcctridly solicited. First door'
-vsouth of Mitchell & Morhart's.
Proprietor of tho
City Drug Store.
AID BXALIK I
A full supply of
KAMrS,. LAMP SHADES, WICKS,
tJOMBS BRUSHES AC.
Prescriptions carefully eompoutidcia
One door soutii of Garbcr's store,
REL CLOUD, NEB.
(Sccecwn to-O. A. Urowa.)
, Mattresses, Etc.
6 ffiis always on MRd a4 trimmeon short
notice rricaaslntratasariatbe Valley.
Repairiat- of all kind &a prauilj auu
Burial Robes furnished, at reasonable
RED CLOUD - - - NEB.
J. L- MILLER,
HARV2Sd, COLLARS, SADDLES
5" - UORSE-BLANKETSL -
V -.iVHIPS, COiLBS, BRUSHES
And everything ttsnaRy kept in a first
clawiihoiK TWO ROdSS NORTH OF THE BAXaV '
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THURSDAY, JC2CK 22, 1882.
Arrtal iii reputtrt if Train
1.7. 2. 1, it 14 04:
RaftwaJ Pat er learr f.
.7V p. m.
.9-.u a. m.
ETaftward Piwoner tre. -... . m.
irritu I'ao p. a.
Freight IaT ;Ti a. b.
' tTirrt. , t0-.16p..
Tnriat Ptttr except BHJr. . . .
- It of Boot & Slioe at
J. G. roTTKuV.
Sweet potato plants for alc. at
Clothing and Hats ehrap at
J. G. roTTEn'n.
Ladies call on Mns. Fowler for your
Bot fe Shoes will he jold cheap for
caah at, J. G. VoTTxn'fi.
Go to Mm. Fowler's for the latest
styles in Millinery.
The hest Header in the known
world is for sale, by S. it F.
Climax double geared, changeable
j'jieed mowers, at
Sl'AXOOI.K & Fuxk's.
Cash for Egg, Butter, Totiltry, Rags
and Old Iron, at the New Produce
Three or four fccoml hand Har
vesters in good condition, at
Si'Atfofii.K fc Fr.vis.
Call and fee the stock and prices of
Roots and bhous before purchannr
cl&ewhcrc, at J,
New irools constantlv bcinir received
at the leading Millinery Store, oncf
door north of the Bank.
Forxn: A large leather pocket
book. The owner can get the same
by calling at the Chief olfice.
Now is the time, and at Spanoglc &.
Funk's is the place to buy the best
Harvesting Machinery in the market.
Go to Mrs. Fowler's Millinery Store,
one door north of Smith Bro's Bank,
for the latest styles of Millinery good.
Call on Simpson & Swcczcv of Blue
IIill, el.,and get terms and prices
before buying land or making a, loan
an your farm.
When you want anything in the
Hour, feed or grocery line do not fail
to call on Chas. E. Putnam. Fresh
friuts and vegetables always on hand.
The B. tt M. R. R., known as the
"Burlington Route" oilers special ad
vantages tn travelers. Sec thier
advertisement in this paper.
Fresh strawberries received every
Tuesday, Thursday and Saturday
evening, at Putnam's.
Farm loans made by Simpson &
Sweezey of Blue Hill Neb., easy terms
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and money in three days
M. C. Sherman is in the well boring
and pump business, and when you
. at 1 t
wan i anyuungin uis lino give nim lU
Ho! Ho! Tho Royal St. Jolm,
Remington, and Singer Sewing Ma
chines. Call and see them, at
Spanogi.k & Funk's.
Farmers if you want hay rakes to
complete your happiness Spanoglo t
Funk lias a host of them of every
If you wish a good article, try tho
Red Cloud Mills, Patent Flour, also
the Red Rose, which is the best in the
City for tho price.
Smith Brothers announce still an
other important reduction in rate of
interest on time loans. Straight nine
ScrcnU annual intcreit. Call at the
tank and leave your application.
A Mcintosh has cut 150 acres of
grass each year for 3 years with his
Empire Mower, and still it is able to
cut twice as many years yet without
breakage. The Empire is the "Boss."
Sfanogle & Funk has them
I have purchased tho fractional sec.
of land laying between Tcter McNitt's
and tho river. And tho public is
hereby notified not to cut anv timber
on the same. M. B. SIcNrrr.
To Butter Makers.
Wo sell Butter Tubs and Ashton
salt, and pay tho highest cash price
for Butter & Eggs. 4.tf
ORMSBY & DlCKERSOX.
500 Town Lou in lei Cloal ImwoTt
rrms. ValQAala Hetai vm t-
liTtiyaad Fwd Barn. Prlcls mmulfe.
unns to suit purchucr. Ci!l on or id-
AH persons- knowinjr themselves in
debted to the firm of Mitchell & Mor-
hart will do well to call and settle
Susido of ten-days or it will go into the
hands of the Probate Court
i Mitchell &. Moriiart.
A Dtlightfal YortUj.
' Ladies prefer Florcston Cologne be-4
vjwv. uiry itntl ims lasting enmhina.
tion pfcxquisiteiierfumos a-delightful
aa aa -
Now that good times are again' upon
us, it is worth remembering that no
One Can CniOV tht n!mnnvt ..-.
hroundings if in had health. There arc
.imnfirerts of miserable people coins
about to-dsy with disordered stomach
uver or. kidneys, when a bottle of
Parkers Gincer Tonic-would lo tfm
more eood than all thai mvi;f.ir.n tK-
lihav ever- tried..
AUiing ofKeantV it a jbv forcrer:
The working of the- Marsh Deering
;i.wme uiuaer indeed, beautiful
rRiersfore to sccuro joy in this 'world
buy a Marsh Binder o harvest yonr.
grain with. I'en will be bape? k
rest ot your days, and yeur children,
ay$; even your grandchildren, will
1$S"703jrHMc ae Spaisbrkr A
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a uaa ata -aiii.
AH kiiwb of tnmllgrain arc
ally promUiiif .
Hie heviet ram of the
?st MomUr night.
Tlic countr comntlMtonen were
teion again last Monday.
Farmers are "improving the akining
hotm." cultivating Uieir corn.
3Ir. W. J, Wifcon h our thunfci for
wtnc ver nice nwpberry planum
Hie smiling countenance of Mr. 8.
C. Smith is again seen at tlic bank.
Seward Garler came up from Oma
ha last week, to visit his parents and
Rev. A. J. Yatcr. the new Episcopal
minwter was a culler at the Chief
office last Monday.
Tlic G. A. R. will meet at their hall
next Monday night. All members are
requested to be present.
The creamery folk have the
thanks of the Cutr.r for a nice roll of
their excellent creamery butter.
We were shown a sample of rye
from Mr. Chas. Keuhn's Held, couth of
the river, that measured over six feci
Rev. Geo. 0. Yeiser will, by Divine
permission, preach next SMhbatii
morning and evening at the Congrega
On account of tho small pox in Col
umbus, the Sunday School Convention
will not ronveno on June 20th, as
Wc arc under obligation to R. N.
Lewi., E. Anderson and others for
financial favors. God will bless those
who remember the poor.
There seems to be a little politics in
the wind already, which goes to show
that it will wax exceedingly warm as
lsction time spproaches.
A great many of our citizens con
template making a trip to Denver
when the through passenger trains
begin to run, a!out the first of July.
There was a load of corn on the
street last week but the owner could
not find a purchaser at 90 cents a
bushel, and he hauled it back home. ,
Mr. Strohm says that ho is surprised
that the editor of the Argus should be
able to distinguish the difference
between a democrat and a copper
head There arc a great many strangers in
fk .i i . .
uiwii nuw-n-uays, anu inc majority or
them are buying lots or other
property and prepariiic to become
permanent residents of Red Cloud.
It seems that we were led into an
error Borne weeks ago by parties who
claim they had reason to believe that
Sylvester Day had become insane.
His neighbors inform us that he is as
rational as anybody.
J. L. Frame beats the world on po
tatoes. He planted about of a
bushel, and thoy, while not appearing
above the ground, consequently are
bug proof, have good large new
potatoes formed already.
Tlio Red Cloud bovs went tin to
AVclls last Friday and engaged the
first nine of that place in a matched
game of base ball, which resulted in a
victory for tho Wells boys. We are
lniormed that tho scoro stood two to L
one in favor of tho Wells nine.
Strawberry and Ice Cream.
There will be a Strawberry and Ice
Cream festival at the M. E church1
Thursday evening the 22d inst. In
ease it should storm as it has some
times this season, the festival will be
postponed until Friday evening. By
order of Committee.
' It seems that the north part of this
county will have a monopoly of the
4th of July celebrating this year.
There will bo a celebration at Blue
Hill and one at Wells, while neither
Guide Rock or Red Cloud will en
thuse. Our neighbors on tho north
seem to be moro patriotic than wo of
the south. -A
McCook Tribune says that work
has commenced on the B. k. M. eating
houso at that place, and that said
building will be the largest of the kind
west of Hastings. -The B. & M. eating
house at Red Cloud is five times as
large as the one at Hastings, and is
the largest and best railroad building
west of Lincoln.
The Republican Valley Saint An
drews Society will meet at Riverton
on the Fourth. The object of the
meeting is to more fully complete
their organisation. All Scotchmen
and sons of Scotchmen, visitors and
residents arc invited to attend. By
order of Committee.
Come to the Chief office for vour
weddinj: stationcrr. The secret
charms which wc impart to work of
this kind on its passage through our
Iiands prevents family jars. Those
who contemplate shuffling off the coils
of single blessedness should remember
this, and insure a long and happy life,
plenty or childrctv and a serene and
tranquil passage to- the other shore at
toe end of life's journey, by getting
yonr-wedding stationery at this office.
Henry TVangner living 4 miles
south-cast of town, was alarmed about
9 o'clock Monday niatby the flare of
fire, upon getting up he-4ieovenstI hirj
shed containingrruV machinery to- be
on fire: I was covered wit cane
pumice, and was set on fire by sonic
one. His horses were staked out aw)
one was miseingat tune- of fire, tftiis
horse returnea aboat 3 hours after Ae
fire coming from the east, weil warn
ed up 'and evidently it had been rid
den hard. The presumption is the
sinner' that act oat this fire rode the
horse tff-fr enoagh to get oat of dan
ger-' ef- narsmtt- JHennr lost- a- si
header, hay rasr and seeder.-. Hiiei
thss cane heavy, as the iasnrance- will
cover only .What the machinery- was
worthatthe tiweoffi. and-he wilt
hava-tto-asai iaer sacae new; and nav
Jhe dilfcrenoc-Bltte Hill Timet..
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The Omaha Ret of Monday give
full particulars of one of the worn
storms that ever wae known ia the
United States. Wceoodenae the lot
lowing from the IkJt report.
Th cyclone struck Grinnell, Iowa,
about 9 o'clock Saturday evening, IS
person were killed and about 75
wounded. A freight train was blown
from the track and 33 cars mahcd to
pieces. About seventy-five houses, in
cluding some of the finest residence
in the town were entirely destroyed.
Both of the colleges were demolished.
At tlic little town of Malcolm seven
miles east of Grinnell many houses
were blown don and seven persons
killed. A nnmbcr of farm houes in
the vicinity were destroyed and a
large amount of stock killed.
Near the town of Ames a farm
house was blown down and a family of
five persons were carried away and
none of them have been found.
At ML Pleasant a number of freight
cars were blown from the track and
the depot and several other building
The storms are reported to have been
tlio most tern me ever witnessed.
Fowls had their feathers entirely
stripped off and trees were stripped
of their bark, and the earth aptkearcd
as if beaten and lashed with indes
Several Kansas towns wore al.o
visited by storms at about the same
time. Su Mary's Academy at Lcar
enworth was damaged considerable
and four of the young ladv students
At Sedclia, Mo., the German Catho
lic Church was blown down. TIhi
damage to property during last Saturf
duys storm, will reach Jnto th
En. C111F.F. I think when you asked
for a correspondent in each precinct,
you called for the general news in re
gard to the crops Ac". Let us try and
not exaggerate; nor slur our neighbors.
If I stopped plowing corn, it was sim
ply becauso the soil was too wet to
Wc would be glad to hear from- all
the precincts in the county. Would
like to hear how that crciincry is
prospering, for some of the farmers
in this section arc wishing for one in
this part of tho county. I think we
arc all most interested in farming and
dairy business at the present.
There was rv slight mistake in my
items last, stating that 'An. West
was Supt. of tho Sunday school at
Wells, Mr. West in place of Mrs.
Rustic is quite mistaken in tho Aaa't
Supt., it would be a better idea for
him to go and find out before he itiru
izes. He also stated that Plainview
Sunday school is better than hereto
fore, he wasn't there last summer to
Was clad to hear our dar school
was visited by the Co., SupL, last
There was a big wolf chase took
place last week, Mr. Will McCallum
and Mr. Householder on horse back
Mr. wolf camo out victorious
Mr. Graves and wife have trans
planted over seven hundred cabbage
plants. He also informs me his cane
will not be a half crop on account of
the seed not coming good.
Mrs. McDonald is anticipating a
visit to Illinois as soon as the honest
The Spiritualists are talking of
having a grove camp meeting the last
Mr. Householder presides at the
organ every 8abbath by taking it to
and from Mr. Hansen's.
Mr. Carson and family from near
Hastings stopped at my place Tuesday
night, been on a visit to Smith county
Kausos, they report everything flour
ishing in Kan., and the farmers arc
ar it it met m aa.
kmr. m dinners zamuy navo all
een down with tha mttulM.
Mr. Acree and family went on a
visit to Blue Hill Sunday morning,
lost accounts had not returned.
J. C. A.
aa a am
rorter house steaks dowa In Texas,
of the very finest cuts, are but three
cents a pound. Up this way nobody
butabond-boWerdare iilt the price
ofsuchacnt. Bat the heitsr tisse is
coming. The live-stock 'market can
not hold present prices beyond this
month, and by the the glorious Fourth
it may be possible for a man who has
a moderate income to renew his ac
quaintance with beefsteaks. It will
be interesting, if not provoking, to
note the altered perceptions of the
man who wields the retail cleaver.
AVhcreas, when the market was rising;
be was instantaneously alive to the situ
ation and advanced prices to his easte
rners with great readiness, he will be
dull in discerning the altered conditio
of the market and dilatory ia
down to meet it. It is sssfrti
high authority that men does, net He
by meat alone. At the
kct rate of that edible it
for him that he deesnt.-
$50,000 To Loan
On Seal- Estate secaritr, at 9
centL annual interest. Jh com
sfens,atThe Webster Coasrt Bank,
seed mood. iMf
largest darner to the
Silver Sprinc ftecL
tetnner. will stadraH k
funded.. Sends.-rtic, in cash or'pos-
a HJunps nnn'gev a' pacaagwr To
Bed CioeA Ntbrfc.
rot, at a
ftfcrfMC J. A
TmL i. B. Tlfin. Br. B. B.fafc
Asia, Prst t W. Istt fret A.
L. Tnk, tffl to Ztfaftt It
tysakCtiaf lis 2ftfltitiU.
Prof. J. A. (kmpbell will conduct
Arithmetic, Httory and Ph-siolog)
Mis Ella Mcllide wilt conduct the
class in Elocuion. This announce
ment is snmcicat to secure confidence
in our reading ibis.
J. Quinry pomcll will conduct
classes in Langlage and Book-keeping.
Ex-Snpt. A. A. Pope will couduct
the work in Geography.
Supt. Vanril will be present a por
tion of the tine.
xrs. r.mnu ancn win eomiuct a
model primsry class of children illus
trating Aw to teach small cliildrcn in
our country schools.
Further notice will be given, in the
Amena; the Soheele.
This district is south of No. 50, and
contains nearly 12 sections. The
school is taught by Mrs. Francv
Brooks who is now engaged for the
thin! term. Several pupils in this
school are among the beat scholars in
f Thw dUtrirr. ? cnnfli tt Va l"l
Miss Cora V. Real is teaching here,
her school is an interesting one Her
grammar and composition exercises
are a prominent feature of thw school.
We wish the same idea was more fully
carried out in other schools.
District No. 8.
This is one of our oldest districts
and is south of the river. Miss Ento
gene Downs closed her school in this
district on the 8th inst. This has
been a profitable school in many re
spects, but wc would suggest to the
teacher that in another school, refine
to be disturbed by too many needless
questions from the pupils.
rnAXKux Acaukmy. Tins institu
tion has managers and friends who
know the difference between an acad
emy and a college. The first term
began in Dcccmlcr of lat year. At
tendance, 55. The second term was
more largely a6cnded. The main
building, 24x50 is in course of con
struction as a club-bo.irding and self
boarding hall. If the trustees of this
academy have courage cqnal to the
task, something in the nature of
scholarship will be seen within four or
five years. Literary Notes.
Nfbr.ska Baptist Semikarv.
Commenceincnt cxcrciecs, Wednes
day, June 7. Programmec: Declam
ation, F. Cook ; Essay, Minnie Buzzell ;
Recitation, Cillic Drydcn ; Oration,
21mcr E. Hpraguc ; Debate, Would the
practice of the learned professions by
women be benefical to themselves and
to society ? AIT., Laura Hardin ; Ncg.,
W. II. Craig. Recitation, Lizzie For
sythe; Oration, A. E. Carson; Claw
history and prophecy, Flora
8praguc. Wc regret that Miss
Emma Bulklcy, our esteemed instruc
tor in mathematics and elocution,
will not return to us next year. Sho
has accepted a position nearer home,
in the public schools of Carrol I ton,
Ills. We are looking to Illinois for a
substitute. The Executive Board of
the bctmnary, at the last quarterly
meeting, voted to relieve Principal
Read of the financial burdens and re
sponsibilities' Professor Sutherland
has moved into his new home, just
completed. Cor. Lierary Kotet.
The commencement exercises of
the university closed yesterday morn
ing with the orations of seven of the
eight graduates, at the opera howse,
and the conferring of the degrees by
the chancellor. This class is made up
of students averaging twenty-one
years of age, somewhat younger than
usual in this and other collegiate in
stitutions, but the culture and thought
shown in their compositions, and the
ease and grace of their delivery, show
progress in discipline and application
that is highly encouraging to those
who wish well to the institution and j
take ati interest in its work. The
regents conferred an appropriate eons-
pliment upon Hon. James Monroe, of
Ohio, who delivered the very able uni
versity address of Tuesday evening,
as also a lecture on Monday evening,
for the benef t of the literary socie
ties, the degree of L. L. D. Mr. Von
roe's long public service, literary cul
ture and educational work made him
worthy of the honor.
The JocxxaX. will be a Jake prophet
if the boys and girie ot the class of '82
snake a mark in the future
of oar state. iShir JwmrmtL
IsanroTCal ssxaM and raw
sale by fPJnjasmi k "Sweesey
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aal lataraat latraoa for thr jn. ao-1 mu
efUiUaalt. Yoa will saalae fatara of lat
writ on tb ?ol dar af Jaoa ISM.
WttotM uy baaJ taU ;?ta 4y of Vay 12.
iV C. Cauar. JuitiM of lae l'rr.
7 Per Cent. Money to Loan t
Money to prove ui with on final re
ceipt, of on deeded land l 7 iH'r n-nt,.
and l&! per ctut. iunimUii, or si
straight 9 per cent, no cmmuivinn.
J.no. It. WiLirux.
Omcr ncit door to Chief oilier. 3011
ifotleat tvaraKr aivan. that I will aiaalci
allaaraoaa bo any Jalr ta efftr taaaualtaa
M casaliataa far thtt ef th -ritaary or
aaaaoa acacaU tf Wthatcr eoutstr. at Ui
Cl-iaa ea laa 6rt HalnrJar in Iba m atbt ot
Fabraary, May Aata't aal Numbr: At
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aaaary, April. Jaly mo-1 Ottotrr. At tialJa
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CstBLa W. Frutnnti.
County HaperintaoJert of 1'uMie lotnsrtlon.
RED CLOUD. NEIL
"Scaurs tosthidsw ert ih& isbstar:i faiet."
All kinds of pictures taken and nt-i-ifaction
GIVE HIM A CALf
Guide Rock House,
GUIDE HOCK. KEBBAPKA.
Tliis Houe has jnt lcn refit trd and
newly furnihed throughout.
GOOD SAMPLE ROOM
for the accommodation of commercial
P. H. O'CONNOR,
Wkolnala and Brtall Dvalrr In
, WIRS I IMS.
AUo, Sample Room for the accom
modation of the public.
RED CLUD, NEBRASKA.
Red Cloud Mills.
Both Custom and Merchant work
promptly attended to.
ALL WORK WARRANTED.
Highest CASH price paid for good
Milling Wheat and Corn.
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Til City Biiirj & ktiarut
RED CLOUD; . . NEBRASKA,
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Frssh Srcti mMiM sq icssstlk
Paiemt rieir. Always m htxl
Aud Frch Oyitcrs in their
Money To Loan
On Real EUte. in Wclwter and x,U
joining counties at the verr bet rate.
It will pay every fanner who thinks of
borrowing money, tt ice rnc lcf.ire
making arrangements xith anr other
No expense to the lorroircr no
tediou delay no dealing with catcrn
partie no application fee, lonri or
communion no fee for making or
recording paper. or taking acknoirl
edgernenta no ad ranee or cnu-an
nual interest, and no interest until
money is actnally in hand.
Call apoa or addre
JL A. Hrxrcry.
381 Loan Broker. Blue If ill, Neb.
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Chicago Lumber Yard;
Red Clouds lVbrtuik.
YARD i?OtrTH OF HAMPTON'S BLACKSMITH SHOP, OS MAl.V tpr
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Go To W.
Staple Fancy Groceries,
l.V TOWS MX
Choice Nuts. Fruits. & Confections.
'Fresli KrulU and YrgetbN 5ld
Davis Sewing Machine!
MITCHEIsL A MORIIART,
Red Cloud, - - iNnlm..
THE IUT MAHIINK IN 1 K,
AND DON'T YOU I-ORGHT IT.
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Moshcr's old Stand
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Two Doors South of Bank,
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