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4ir. 13th Street. OMAHA NEB.
J. S. Ruthrock,
Who1tl as BrtaJl ftalrr ia
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Also, Sample Room fur Uic acconi
mod At ion of the pnblic.
RED CLOUD, NEBRASKA.
Mrs. L. L. Kellogg,
Milli&er; anl Fa&ey Doods,
RED CLOUD, NEB.
A fine Stock of Goods in my line
constantly keut on hand, which the la
dies of Red Cloud and vicinity are cor
dially invited to call and examine.
CJTMfas Hale's old stand, opposite
Gtll 1 Ezraiu Boodi ft Frien.
T. F. MOODY,
Practical Watchmaker and
All kindu of Repairing
Neatly iul Cheaply done with dia
putch. AUodesiler in Watrhe. Gold
and Silver Spectacle and Eye-glonacs.
Miwii-nl Instniments nnd Silverware,
ml! at Ilottom Price. Highent Citfh
price jmid for old Gold and Silver.
Give me n. rail before Inlying else
where tit?" of the Big Watch, Main
St. Rki Ci.oui, Neb.
GUIDE KOCK, NEBRASKA,
at the Store of
RED CLOUD, - NEBRASKA.
Berlin Zephyrs, Midnight Zephyrs,
Saxony wool, Shetland wool, Shet
land Flo'B, Germantown Wool
And Woolen Kniting Yarn
Hoods. Mittens, Children's
Coats &c'., Ac.
A full line of
Also a large and splendid assortment
of TOYS and CHRISTMAS GiftR.
Acme FnlverM&g EsVrrow,
jaoD civtnt axs lstzui.
Weighs much less than other pul
verising harrows, tells about one third
less, and withal does the matt thor
ough work of any.
The Best Thing Out.
For Sale By
j3tf Amhoy, Neb.
City Drug Store.
A full snpply of
I.AMrS, LAMP SHADES. WICKF
COMBS BRUSHES AC.
PStfMst pa'J-ita fcJ tsaakTaUr netlvar
kMki, atatisasty aa asten A
J. L. MiLLER.
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FRIDAY, JUNE 1, 1883.
pay-All who fail to receive tbeir
CuiEr promptly rt especially reques
ted to notify us of the (act at once;
District Court this week.
Com plowing is now in order, j,
Strawberry festival are ia order.
Oil stoves for sale at Morhart k Ful
Curt Evans has the bouncingest
A good article of maple syrup, cheap
Go to Mrs. Kellogg for bargains in
Pure cossb honey at Boby's., Tke
hm made it.
Read L. Baum's new advertisement
on first page.
Call at the Chief office for all kinds
of job printing. I
Judge Gaalin's instructions to thc
grand jury were good.
Real eatate in this county is increaa
ins in value every day.
Red Cloud will celebrate the gl
rious fourth this year.
Two sets of iurvmen were out un
morning Tuesday night.
The piusII boy yearneth for the se
ductive circus lemonade.
L. C. Mick, of Salem, Kansas, spent
Memorial day in Red Cloud.
For the very beat good, full weights
and meuHures. Go to Roby'a.
The Junior editor of the Bine Hill
Times was in town Wednesday.
What do you think of the old legend
that "it never rains iu Nebraska".
A great many farmers were iu town
the fore part of the week, courting.
Dr. Mornnville dropped some silver
into our empty pocket Inst Monday.
just received at Moody's jewelry atorc.
Ok a.mb war . a m aI Iawmm Ltt
Good millet seed for sale at Baum's
at 50 cents a bushel.
Kcnnpy says that the postoffice, un
like the heathen Chinee, hadn't 'orter
Moody is suffering a good deal on
account of the bullet wound in his
The ex-soldiers made a good appear
ance in their uniforms on Memorial
We hnvn't room to mention by name
all the friends who called during the
Why don't we hear something from
the new horns? Give us some music,
The bovs billiard hall in the south!
part of town should be closed for.
Memorial day presented the appear
ancc of a fourth of July in Red
Tho question of postoffice removal
still agitates the minds of the south-
Ncrvousnes, debility, and exhausted
vitality cured by useuig Brown's Iron
Mr. Henry Waller, of Cowles, called
last Tuesday and replenished our ex
chequer. A fine assortment of seal lace and
other neck wear just received at Mrs.
Major Edwards, of Blue Hill, was in
town the fore part of the week atten
Work was suspended on the Bank
building Monday and Tuesday on ac
count of the rain.
Call at Mrs. KeTlqamfe for the great
est bargains in millinery. Hats from
10 cts. np, to all price.
About a doata prairie schooners
passed tarewgfc; tasrsi.laet Saturday
beand forth wildtwU
Please .rsnsasber that ihebscrip
tion price of the CarF,$ 1J0, is dae
aud payable in advance.
Mr. W.McDaaU .Wella, call
ed Wednesday and paid tot the direr
another year in advance.
Wish the town council would send
us some little fishes to sport in the
pond in front of our owicc.
true tonic, and sure to give atiuc-
iJonuuiMsa- ail tno essentials ot a
tion is Brown's Iron Bitters
The streets of Red Ootid would be a
disgrace to any tawa with only half
the pretentions of this place.
Mr. Frank Wheat, of Wheatland,
called last Tuesday aad paid for the
CaftET severalmoath in advance.
.Five thwatsai ttrcj hundred tickets
old natoyaRevaaatt of lass weet, to
Ko fMftt MAOMil fif
4ot to grovisK crops by
tonttkat MowUy. o fiax
MaajOrul Day dwd Lrifht aid
clar, and vm piirofinatcly okatrr4
by tfaQ. A. R. Pom of tfc pUos Mki
by the citaeoa fenersTly.
Married in Red Goad May 29th
163 by the Rer. Geo. O. Yeiaar, Mr.
Geo. U. Carta, and Miaa Mary CUa
ter, all of WebHer County Nebnwka.
Fanera are jubilant ovr the pre-
ent excellent procpeci for crops of all
kind, a the recent abemdaut raina
have left the groand ia fiiat cWm con
dition. A large acreage of beam in Texas m
aid to be the scientific explanation of
the cause of those high sad hot winds
that occasionally viait us freaa the
The festive circas passeth hy on the
north and south, but stoppeth not at
Red Cloud, greatly to the diagust of
the small boy as well as the grown
Mr. Wilson, the bee-keeper of the
south side of the river is having excel
lent success with his bees this spring.
He formed ten new swarms one day
A. black covered blank book
containing U. S. fractional paper cur
rency amounting to about $7.00. A
liberal reward will be paid for re
turn of same to Passe R. Gump.
Last Monday morning found all the
lawyers with their soft clothes on and
their hair combed actually combed
ready for court.
Mr. J. Q. Potter has leased his inter-1
est in the Red Cloud Mills, for on
year, to Mr. Dcwite Jones, brother
It D. Jones, the lumberman.
t it about time some of our cor-
dents would wake from their
p-Van-Winkle sleep and give tu
news from their neighborhood.
We are told that two men and a
woman were struck by lightning last
week in Franklin county, they were
riding in a wagon at tho time and
were severely shocked but not killed
This part of the country was visited
hy a lively hail-storm last Monday af
ternoon. The hail-stones were small
hut they fell thick and Cast and aplas
ed nearly all tho water out of the frog
pond in front of our office.
The Orleans Sentinel comes to us
enlarged and very much improved in
its general make up and appearance.
We are pleased to note this indication
of prosperity, and hope that Bro. Mar
tin will meet with the success that hi
j euter)rise dwcne9-
Wc aro pained to announce the
death of Lydia E. Pinkham. ' She was
a friend to the printer and made an in
dependent fortune for herself hy liber
al advertising. Alas! how few of her
patients arc left to mourn her depar
ture, liequiesaat in pace.
A large portion of the Baking Pow
der sold ia fearfully adulterated. A
strictly pure Baking Powder is made
of two articles only, vir Bicarb. Soda
and Grape Cream Tartar. No other
inregdicnts can be found in DcLand's
Chemical Baking Powder.
Mrs. C. W. Springer will open a
school on the Kindergarten plan for
children between the ages of three and
seven years at her home west of town,
on Monday, June 4tn Tuition $1.50
J per month. The attention and pat
ronage of the public ia solicited.
Tho following bit of news seems to
be going the rounds of the press, as we
have seen it in at least four of our ex
changes: The Red Cloud people are reported
as having raised the required amount,
4d.ouv, wmen secures
Central Branch of the lT. P. R. through
Rev. M. L. Wilhelm was elected pas
tor of the Trinity Lutheran Congrega
tion of this place, Sunday evening last
He cntcres upon his labor at once,
and there will be services in the Court
House next Sabbath morning at II
o'clock and Sabbath evening at 7.30.
All are invited.
The Grand Jury at the present term
of court seems to have mace an hon
est effort to accomplish a little good,
which, by the way is something unus
ual with tlie average grand jury. Sev
eral indictments were found against
various persous for selling liquor con
trary to law, gambling ftc
We would suggest to the Baptists,
and other religious deaominatione
that habtise by immersion, that they
saight, hy applying to the town coun
cil aad road overseer, get peruuarioa
to wee the fish pond in front of our
osaca for baptismal purpose, a it
would be "much more convenient than
going to the river.
Mr. W.E. Jackson, H
offense at our article otf
matters two weeks ago and
j enowgh to rash iato priat. The arti
cle in question, while it was sii.it aa
tially true, wa eoJy intended a a
pleasant little history of Sid Ctaad
post-oflce matter ua the laat twelve
years, and it was not the iateatiaa nf
the writer, to cast rshtiaaaaaea .the
actions of anyone, air tasmaaay. eld
ores. Jackson's literary elect ia a)
awer thereto would vCtase a smile to
wreathe the moe of the iwaawr whevi
aosted ia regard t h early hiaiwy of
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PtffciM' Column. -
TW Edrf Wtad Mill m aaran-
um to araai ao par cvni mmn ann
tkan the Challenge. lUlliday. AH
hoiM. Adiiaa, or any otlr afc'ion
TWEdiaaa vMinn aMM II
per cent aaore power thaa t) HaTlt
day, Adaaa or any ecti on wheel nult
Tlie Edipe wind mill waa awarded
tke higheat decree of merit and the
rat premium and the grand mlal of
honor at the Cenuanial Eapositioa).
The Erlipse wind mill presents only
W UHMWe rwuuiiK auriAcv in m
atorm, that the Adams. HalluUy, and
any aection wheel present.
Ecliwc 10 foot
rind mills has
(A square fei of receiving aarUce,
Halliday, 10 foot wheel lias CI
The Eclipse wind mill has not a sin
gle joint; Halliday has 42.
Farmers buy the best; buy wrought
iron, solid wheel mills, over I20U0 Ec
lipse milU are working today. They
are guaranteed superior to any mill
made. Call and get figures and terms.
42tf E. M. reacts, Agent.
Call and see the above Mill and get
mv figure. You cant do as well any
wnero else. E. M. Pkkkiss.
New and Attrac
tive Features for
Ontios. Mia. ui Bas
Drill and Dress
Parade in the
A Prize sf $25 offered for
the best Brass Band
EVERY FORM OF AMUSEMENT
FOR THE PUBLIC.
EVEKYBODY INVITED TO AT
TEND. The Committee of Arrangements
haviag in charge the 4th of July Cele
bration at this place are insawatigable
in their cSbrta to make the celebra
tion the grandest affair ever gotten up
in this part of the State. As a new
and novel feature the Committee has
planned for a grand military drill and
dress parade in the afternoon, and has
d this part of the program in the
of the following committeemen
RedCloud-M. B. McNitt, W. B.
Roby, A. Kaley.
Guide Rock H. F. King.
Blue Hi!l-Col. Hoover.
Wells Joseph Grave.
Salem H. Browning.
Rjverton C. C. Chapin.
Cora C minder of Cora Past.
Meaabei of the G. A. X. Post
this part of the State, so Jar as they
have been beard from, have expressed
a willingness to aid in making this
part of the program a complete swe-
Ia view of the grand encampment
at Dearer aad the re-uaion at Haat
iags we shoakl think all ex-soldiers
will avail themselves of thi epporta
niry to practice drill and dress parade.
The Committee of Arracgemeat ha
also decided to offer a cash prise of
$25 for the heat brass beodarseat,
and it is expected four or ive baaan
will ceaipate foe the prixe.
Court adimirned Wedmiay after -
noua to allow Uc laaycr aikl other
to participate ia ihm Mcmoml cict-
Hail tosea to the dfb of two feat
drawo on the prairio Tuoaday morataf
aftor the atorm Monday sHoraooo,
T. F. Moody, the JeweW. sl with
an aecidcat last Sanday thai will Uy
him op for a time. He was on hit way
to see his brother who liver in Kansas,
and while driving over Iho prairie saw
a wolf near the road arid tired at it
with one of those irresponsible 44 cal
ibre self-cocking revolvers. The re
port of the piatol frightened the horses
and Mr. Moody grasp! the lines fine
ly with both hand, itill holding the re
volver in his risht, and in the excite
ment of the moment kept preying the
trigger aad the pistol kept on shooting
"jtatt as though nothing had happen
ed." One shot went up though the top
of the buggy and another struck Mr.
Moody on the inside of the left leg just
above the knee passing down and ar
ound the bone and lodging on the op
posite fide of the leg below the knee
where it was found and extracted.
The wound, though not a tUngcroua
one, is painful, and the unfortunate
victim of the reckless antics of a self
cocker will be confined to his room for
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Beautiful Thoughts, Mattie McQuilkjn
Consider the lillie, Pupils from No. 4
A funny dollie, Rec. Eeie At wood.
Little chatter box, Dainy Warren.
What I hate, Dialg, Boys from No. 5.
Merry crow. Song. " " 2.
LHneontM l-tdpole, Rec. John Tulleys.
Mr. Hop Toad, Lewis Frohmuth.
Queen of the May and
her Court, Tableaux.
Tlie noblot boy, Dail'g, Boyi from 4.
Ajncceo.tity for a
change. Dec. Ro'Ia Gardner.
Grandma, Dial'g Girli from No. '1
On time, Reo. Murray Reiglc.
Kitty Tyrell, Solo, Iura Baird.
Selections, Rccitat'ns, Girls from No. 5
Mra. Partington's tea
party, Dialogue, Girl from No. I.
Curfew shall not ring
to-night, I.cn. Harris.
The old bachelor. Hoc. France Adams.
Pleasures of imagination. Tableaux.
Denmark, Charade, Pupil from No. 2.
Tlie Centminial Shay, Dec. Paul Story.
Red White and Blue, Song,
Girls from No. 5.
Cheery and Grumble,
Dialogue, Boys from No. 4.
Tlie velocipede, Dec Geo. Newhouse.
Scandal, Dialogue, Pupils from No. 5.
Tlie Court !ady,Kcc. Laura Bsird.
Exerciser to begin at 8 o'clock p. in.
Admittance 25 cents. Proceeds to
be ued in buying npparatus for the
To TIu Tuelun of Witetcr Co.
Institute For 1 883.
Ds Mot Fall ta make your Arrange
ments te ceme.
afekhaas !s tkf Osnty iarisf ft
Balthj law TipfMaj Teaaxen Zaatitttat,
The Institute will open Monday,
July 30th, 1883, at 2 o'clock p. m., at
Red Cloud, Nebraska.
Conductor County Superintendent.
Instructors Frank W. Brler. Frof.
of Modern Languages and Elocution
in Frankhn Academy. A. I.. Funk,
of Red Cloud, an oxperiencel Institute
worker, and other instructors will be
These names are all familiar to you.
Home talent and work for home will
be prominent in the Institute th'u
year, and by thw means we expect to
broaden our influence beyond former
There will be three grades, or classes
in tne institute, sio one win he ex
pected to engage in every studv, onlv
such as be or she most need?. Teach
era of first grade will find opportunity
to "try their metal" on the solid work
of their profession. Second grade
teachers will be given opportunity to
study those subject most necessary
for them, to acquit themselves as
scholars and teachers. Third grades
and those who never taught will be in
structed and assisted in going "higher
up." Exercises of a general character
will he interspersed in which all will
take an interest.
The instructors Mill bring to the In
stitute the sum of their experience,
with the vigor of young men having
mttaabie ambition to exeat m tue pro
fession, and we feel coswaVnt tha:
the teacher who attends the Institute
this year will not go away disappoint
Do not fbiget day aad dale. Per
en who have not heeat examined for
I certificates, nor paid an latitats fee
during the past year, aad who became
members of the Iastkase will pay 91
to the fund. Visitors are cofwtely in
vited to be present at all the session.
The Institute will be followed by an
examination of teachers at which rrmj
appfjiae for a eertsaieale will be
charged the usual fa. Beard and
lodging will befamishsd at about the
aatc rates a last year.
Tor farther particulars address the
Red Cawd, Neb.
Morhart dc FaHoa discount their
lafejiewfli aMew) aamW ewawww IV MMe aTaVaaa V PwHX
ajVamma arxar IWaaiBr taTmsar aaCBaat aTaaa'ak
AT LOW PRICES.
New Goods received every week at tho loading Mil
let Door North of Nat. Bank. RED CLOUD, NEB.
MORHART It FULTON,
SHELF AND HEAVY HARDWARE,
Stoves, Tin, Copper and Sheet Iron.
Wood and Iron Pumps, Creamery Can and Oliddas
BARB WIRi:, Spacialtlos.
Red Cloud. - - 3S"fhiiikn.
New Store. New Goods.
Have Just Opened a Stock of General Merchandise
Ready Made Clothing, Hats, & Caps, Boots & Shoes,
GLASSWARE fec. &c.
The public is cordially invited to call and examine
goods and prices before purchasing elsewhere.
Stora Oaa Door South of Maraha.
RED CLOUD, NEB. CSLTber BaTOSa
This Space belongs to
A. S. Marsh,
who is too busy to write an ad. Look out next week.
US CLOUD XAUST.
Whet-70 ( 12 eta.
Oat 25 cts.
Corn W (rf. 33 ct.
Potatoes 40 ( 43 rt.
Fat Cattle $3 50 ( 4 00 cr cwt.
Fat Hogs-$6 00 ( 6 26 " M
Slice p 3
Butter 12 cts.
Chickens $3 50 (31 4 00 pev dor
Turkeys 6 (A ct per paind.
Ducks 2 00 K 2 25 K?r dot
Orcse 6 00 (a'7 00 icr dot
Two young men and a lady by the
name of McElhom living south of Kiv
crton, were struck by lightling Un
Saturday. The young men were not
iujurcd beyond a sliglit ahock the
young girl cam a near being killod.
The lightling tore her hat into inall
fragments, as it did her coat which
split it down the back aud left all in
atrings. Her body and limln were
badly scorched as was alo her face.
They were riding on a load of corn,
going into Rircrton, when they were
truck by an electric bolt. Dr. Kch
ler of Riverton was called to render
the necessarv medical aid. They will
At a pecia! meeting of Garfield Post
No. 80 G. A. R. the following rosolu
tion was unanimously adopted: Re
solved that a vote of thank be trn
derd each of the clergymen of Red
Cloud fcw their service! on Sunday,
May 27th, aad that a copy of these
resolution be furnished each of the
papers for publication.
S. West AdjL
Mm. Kelmag ha jest retaraed Croat
the east with the largest and best -sortmeat
ef mnKnery good ever
brought to the valley. These gooibi
were parchasdd at a bargain, and Mrs.
Kellogg will give her customers the
henefi of good good at lowest prices.
Call early while they are fresh and
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yawl. H. r
ity ef lkk for sale
at the new
r. kBULJCY. 4JtI
Mers. Mnsber. Moore At OafcaaH, at
the First National Bank, of Red CfewL
will make yoa the very bet terms on
Harrah! HurrahS for the wortlt of
year meaey, yot ww g JT'Jf'
I. G. PUec a
A VERY LARGE STOCK OF
Consisting in part of
Groceries, and Queensware.
tivcvxj, gect and $vlU ftaWe,
HUBH8W e BtI.
Red Cloud, - - ISebraaka
srIlort and Carriagen, with or without drirr, frnihl on lrt nrtir.
Merchant Tall or f
RF.D CLOUD NEHRA8KA.
Cloth and Sewnples on Hand
Good Work and Fits
awTShop opnit lUnrj Cook's Drag Uteren
JONES & GOBLBa
LUMBER. IJITH. SIIINGLW. HAH. DOOPJ. sTUNIH -IC
PRV LIMBER A SPECIALTY, THE RET 15 Ta MAKKKT A50
HOIaH AT THE fcBWBIT MIIC&
kix. suras or
ALWATS OX HA5D.
CASH ?AID FOR FAT CATTLF.
Moshcr's old Stand
r sa ftc V . a 1 a ImmrQ m
guaranteed, and at the
IWC, rotXTKY. MtWH. AC
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