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As it is the fanbion for correspond
ents to mention that Spring is here, I
will do the same.
Mr. Murphy has mo.cd on the
Mr. John Bay, from Ash Creek, ac
companied Bro. Hummel last Sunday.
Did you hear of": wo young Indies
who took a wheelbarrow ride last week
near Poplar Hill?.
Perhaps it would he well to mention
the fact that the-c area few ticks tak
ine a spring walk for their health.
S. W. Warnock's brother-in-law has
been, looking for a farm hero. Beta.
Farmers ara busy in the fields put
ting out their small grain.
G. W. Rise has his new house almost
Mr. Fred Lawson, lately from Illi
nois, has his house linisocd and is
living in it. -
F. M. DeLong is about through
J. M. Carnahan, who purchased the
Weston farm, has arrived and is pre
parin to move on the farm soon.
We would like to hnar something
more about the railroad that we used
to hear so much about. U.vo.
Aha! spring has come and it is the
cirly bird that catches the worm.
During the past fnc weather the
farmers have been busy puttiutr in
their grain and getting ready for
planting corn. The country is fairly
teeming with life and activity.
D. F. Tennant's house is nearly
ready for the plasterers, 'and soon lift
will be living in his new mansion.
Mrs. Win. Dickson has been quite
sick for a short time past.
Miss Ada Howard, of the city, is
teaching the school in this district.
Will some of the many readers of
Thk Chief please tell us something of
the southwestern railway that was
going to do so much lor this county?
As everybody is busy and news is
scarce, I must close, wishing The
Chief the compliments of the season
I remain, a Bullkkoi..
Miss Blaucho Gibson closed her
school in Highland after a very suc
cessful and satisfactory term. Helow
wc give a few names ot those wh j re
alized eflort whs success and merited
great credit Flora Cramer, a short
lesson in astronomy; llattic Cramer.
Little Bo-Pccp; Knima Warner. "'Be
Kind"; EdieBnttoti, "On the Banks of
Tennessee;" Otto Wakemau, -'You
Think I Dre Not Speak." Master
Cowley, "John Logan in Congress."
Then were the school and spectators
given in the true spirit of elocutionary
accomplisment. "The Curfew Must
Not Ring Tonight," by Miss Gibson,
after which the goodbye came, only to
bring more -vividly to their minds th.it
they-were separating from one that
had so diligently discharged the duties
entrusted to her, and one who had at
all times so judiciously ndministcd
such laws as would bo productive of
good results and leave an impression,
of a. moral nature in their minds and
)ue that thought it right to discharge
the duties which lie nearest you. Miss
Gibson leaves with the entire respect
Mr. John Potter and wife, of tho
great metropolis of the Republican
Valley was driving in this part Sunday
also Harry Feight and wife. Saint.
Splendid weather foi farm work, and
farmers all busy.
M. J. Turner is getting his new store
house in readiness for busine.-s, and
anyone wanting to put a stock ot goods
in a good place would do well to see
Frank Beers, the boss plasterer,
is this week putting the finishing
touches on G. W. Hacer's new resi
dence T. J. Ward merits the thanks of the
members and friends ot the M. K.
Church in Cowlcs for his successful
efforts in securing lots from the I. t
M. on which to build a church. Tne
B. & M. are also entitled ti thanks for
C. C. Bennett left on Wednesday for
a visit to his old home at Mt. Pleasant,
E. M Peamm shipped his household
goods and stock Thursday last to In
dianob. Neb-aska. where he has a
Mrs. W. T. Evans is visiting her
mother at Humboldt this week.
Thomas Finish shipped two cars of
cattle and one car of bogs to Chicago
Will Schenek was in Blue Hill Sat
urday. Josh Fuller took in Red Cloud last
Married, at the bride's resilience J ,(J puij MJ . .0 d.iys' notic0 wiUl
near Cowles, April 15. by 1 lev. C. .0ut extra cost. Look to your best
Hummel. Mr. S. B. Smith to Mrs. interests and call on meat my office
Hannah Haney. The union of this , over First National B ink. -
mrthv counle has the heartv approval
and best wishes ofyour correspondent.
G.V.Hat;.:r on Tuesday last r -
ceivedaiot r- ".""- .
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which he buusht of . li.Jrorrcster, hi
Thomas Hodgson luis. we iiiulcr
UiKirosel his meat market in
Cowke, wilh the view oT engpr.? in
TboBias Taul is now in h new lunltl
inRwliereaio keeps on lianrt a '$
upply of oceriejpd confectionery.
Good cigaw "iflWwHj.
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Buadfokd, Ai:k, April 13, 1886.
Friend Hosmek: Again I take up
my pen to let van know that I am
still on the top of the green earth
been here almost three months and no
chills yet except northern chills which
we felt considerable about the 2nd and
3rd of April, 6 degress of freezing. That
was the coldest we have had for a
month. I finished planting'corn yes
terday would have finished on the
tenth, but it rained Saturday afternoon
and put a stop to our work, have had
a great deal of rain through latter part
of March and the fore part of April
the last two or three days have been
very beautiful and warm, nice growing
weather. Our early nlanted corn
coming up nicely; oate three to foir
inches high: garden in nice shape
peas, radishes and lettuce, four inches
high, soon be ready for the table and
company. 1 must say a little, about
our society, as this heretofore has
been omitted, and some of you may
think we have none, but you are 'eft
when you think so. We organized
Sunday school (Methodist) at our
school house half from my place"three
weeks ago and sent for Cook's lesson
helns, same as we used in Nebraska.
Last Sunday our school numbered 75
scholars, it being rather unpleasantly
cool day for this neighborhood and
some claim only about half a turn out.
A Iter school we listened to a very
ple:Lant and well handled discourse
from our Baptist minister, Key. Thos.
Mason. We have a very good class of
something likn 3f members, mostly
Methodists, and a number one Sabbath
school. Our public school will com
mence IsL of July ami continue six
months. Our fruit prospects are very
god for every variety except peaches
which will not be more than half a
crop, owing to the l:itc warm weather
about the holidays, which cansee the
buds to begin to swell, and then a very
severe cold spell set in immediately
after and froze a great many of the
early varieties. Cherries, peaches,
pears, early apples and plums are all
out in full bloom.
I was considerably amused this
evening while making my usual week
ly perusal ofyour most valuable Ciiikk,
while looking over tho list of corres
pondents, (which is about the first
thing after the wrapper is oil') I see
Bro. 'Sid' ofJudsoii, is ttil! among,
the living, and shoving the pencil as
usual. Now "Sid" don't be too sure
about us coming back shaking with
the ague a? you say, tj God's country.
From the description you give in your
article I should rather say deliver me.
In your lirst paragraph you say "suow
all week and tho roads Jver' bad," and
in your last paragraph you say quite a
number ofyour neighbors are still on
the sick ust, which implies they have
been sick for some time. Now ''Sid"
don't get mad and i, oil' the handle
when I say there arc none of us,
(wiiii-h means 10 in family) on the
sick list, and I don't know of any ex
cept Mr. Allen, an old gentleman oyer
Su years of age, who is somewhat
feeble. About snow and mud. Well,
yes, a little mud. but no snow. Now,
Bro. Sidj will you just step out on my
north porch todav while the thcr
momefer registers 75 in the shade and
take a seat there long enough for me
to point out to you a portion of Paradise-
Looking to the northeast some
or 3 of a mile lies the crowing crops;
some 40 rods northeast lies the fisb
pond with a beautiful grove ot oaks
partly surrounds it; north from the
house some GO rods is the orchard,
some 10 rods from where we sit are
my early apple trees all coye: ed' with
bloom; quite near us in the beautiful
green grassy yard are a row of May
cherry trees, six to eight inches thick
which surround the dwelling, and are
all out in full bloom. Just east of the
porch is our garden filled with all
kinds of spring dowers. Now Sid how
do you like the 'ooks of that. See
those peas almost ready to bloom;
lettuce, radishes, beets, tomatoes, etc,
set out although small, asparagras
nearly large enough to 'eat. The
strawberries, raspberries and grapes
all putting forth their rich and fra
grant buds. Just a little beyond the
cherry trees is a box on a polo tilled
with thu-e nice little martin birds
which we hear singing their sweet
songs of praise to the all wonderful
being who has made us a Paradise on
earth. Now, l?ro. Sid, don't talk to
me anymore about shaking with the
chills in God's country, nor walk off
onour ear at u hat I have 'aid, but
for a moment u. contract Cods
country with Paradise Oakdale Farm
on the mountain. I). $. Hei.vkkn.
Wantkd. A young girl to help do
general house work. One who cmi
sleep at home preferred. Inquire at
the Golden Eaule Clothing Store.
Farm loans negotiated. Farm loans
. - .;. ,,, laiK ftin
reasonable ratos on
sotMi j,Ci?cnal or phattc! security. Also J
maile at lowest rate? of
C- R CVTHEE, I
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Nnw is the time to :;etyotir furci-J
ture. Car !oad just receivcU at
Notico is herob-r civen that W.
P. Overman Is oar antbonzed ool
nooefiemhim w vnmitij r
spood, Ab nwt bvro wtt as
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This medicine, cosiblninjj Iron Ith para
rczcUMe tonic. qulcKiy :td rorapK-:;iy
('rra Dyspepsia, InllrtloB, eahaews
I nim Hle4, .Malar la,l hills aia even
ana .rarauna. .
Jt Is an un!ailin itxatdv for Diseases of tho
CMaeya aa4 I.irer.
It ii invaluable for I:caa.-s rxciihar to
Women, and all w ho lead M.-lcr;Uirr lives.
Itdocs nc: injure the teeth, cauw hcadache.nr
.imducc constf ration iAIrr Iron medicinrt do.
IU'tirichesand jnrifics the blood, stimulate
-thcfljrnitc.nld the cvdrnllaUon of food, re
eves Heartburn and IMrhing, and ttrcugth
cn the muscles and nervw.
For Intermittent Fevers, Lassitude, Ixrfc;(
L'.cr$rj Ac., it has no tqual.
a?r The ernulne has alove trade mark til
2roMd red lines on vrari.T. Take no othtf
UU r7 im'iK" l1irL ().. BlLTIOKE,tf
Resolutions of Respect and Sym
pathy. Whkkkah. by tlm death 0! our vx-pre-idfut.
Mrs. Delta M. Warner, the W. .'. T. V. of Ked
Cloud mourns the loss 01 one of its uobleM and
most faithful members. Therefore be It
Jtcsolvcil. That we bear 'jratelul testimony to
her consistent Christian character, to her ear
nest labors and cheerful sacrifice In the cause of
Christ and temperance, to her faithful discharge
of duty as an onlcer, ami to her kind, gentle and
synipathi.lii. charitable disposition as a ft lend
Her unselfish devotion to the cause of temjer
ance will ever remain fresh In the im-mon of
her co-workers, and serve a an Incentive to us
to strive for a greater consecration in our work,
and while we mourn our hiss we als.i rrjolce
that she is resting from her labors, and now
realizing the joy and MM of heaven.
Wherea-, her death Is a far greater loss to her
husband, miiis and daughters, therefore be It
lCcsolved, That we extend to them our heart
felt ympaih, praying our Heavenly Kither
may help them bear this go; it sorrow, and
cheer their desolate hearts by fulllllMig ids
promise, "as one whom his. mother eomfortcth,
so will 1 comfort jou.''
Resolved. As a fnarU of respect to our respect
to our sister's jtivmory wo will for one month
ear on our white riblKMis theeiublem of mourn-
Ied, That a copvof these resolutions be
presented to the family, al.-o copies for publica
tioii be furnished the oapers ot our city and I he
l!v order of the W. C.T. L.
A ici: line of dry j;oods will be sold
but very cheap at Mrs. Xcwhouse's.
Inscki: your property with Unas.
Schaflhit. IJed Cloud, cb .".Otf
Tin: best and cheapest line of lace
Hamburg's, and everlasting trimmings
at y rs. XewhouseV
Another invoice of wall paper just
received at Colting's.
Don't buy your paint until voti have
examined the meriu of I no Kinj;
Tinted head, sold by Cottiuj:.
j)lete. " A
A jjood bakery, all coui-
S. F. Sl'OKI-i-FIKl.D,
lied CIcuil. Neb.
Window shades made to order at
Go to G. W, Kline's for
made candies, cigars, etc.
Ladies' cheap hosiery at Mrs
Call ami see the new hardwan firm
ot K. Ii. Shercr & Co. tf
Come and see tho ten cent wall p:
pdr at Henry Cook'--.
Foi: sale or rent A i:ood store room
in south HeJ Cloud. A first-class lo
cation for a competent business man.
Inquire of V. F. Jackson. .'iJitf
Hkxky Cook now has the most
complete stock of wall paper, shades,
etc., in the Republican Valle
Another car load of Illinois coal at
M. W. Dickcrson's.
Two rooms Jor rent. Inquire of V
J.4.NUKSK girl wanted at D. &. M eating
house. Good wapes.
For the lightest and best linker barb
wire call on R. R. Pherer it Co. tf
Nothing to beat the low oven Jewel
vapcr stove, at R. R. Shcrer Jt Co's
hardware store. tf
Tho finest line of shirts and under
wear at the Golden Ha:I'.
See the celebrated Crown Jewel
yapor stovea at R. R. hcer it Co's.
hardware store. o3tf
Notico of Dissolution.
Notice is hereby given that the co
partnership existing between I'clly
Bros it Co., of the Amboy Mills, is this
day dissolved by mutual consent.
Puli.y Raos. it "0.
All that want a square meal on short
notice go to the .Star restaurant. Virm
meals at all lmrs.
P.vkk Waton, Proprietor.
Roys' long hose at the Golden Fagle
Denver to Chicago,
Denver to Kansas City.
Denver to Omaha,
Omaha tc Chicago,
Kansas City to Chicago,
Omaha to St. Louis.
WEST T.O EAST!
BACCACC CHECKED THROUGH.
Through tickets oyer the EuHiny
ton Route ere for 929 by tha Union
?2c!flc1 rnvcr ui R'o Cranrfs ?"!
a!! cthrr principal raHvvays artcf
by sl afjcnt3 of Iho "Burisnston
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In and 'around Red Cloud,
THE GATE CITY
j Of the great Republican valley. Buy your
nomes wmie property is cneap.
D. B. SPANOG-LE
Fnrm Loans Nogotiatod.
onsis ting of tho finest lino of
Ladie's and Gent's
Ever brought to Rod Cloud. Wo
mako a specialty of tho cele
brated Reynolds' Bros, shoes
Also wo keep a fulljino of tho la
mous Rocicford shoo, which we
warrant. All our goods aro
warranted to.givo satis
faction; and our pri
ces aro the
SEE ITS BEFORE BUYING!
Itch nni cratch of every kin.l
cured !.i .'iJ minutes by Woolfonis
SaniUirV Lotion. Uso no other. Tin
never fail-:. SoUl by Fersu?on i Co dru'
gist. 11 Cloud. '-ly
Jmf : ur.n. iefk.viat. will
tk.r -itv uat oa ihr liUi rtay M Areil.
1SK. MlaHa A- Ijotb. plstatlS b-rrj. kl br
ri-mKS m tit- ilKlrict oiri of Wettrr mtiir.
31..I rf-ivr of-MhicfcsrPte -UalM a Uttutt
liA nst nr IwUtTT- 1K? 3li& itJT Ol M3T. IS-'-.
XILDUA Lonu. Ptalnlta,
ftAiKriu the Lroswl ci alUf 3l atnc rn i
vUlBti2 Tor more itos ttre y?tr AJa lo
HZL2.i.V jti r- vac i
I-STYLESJR 1HL UVJ5 PERFECT
MATERIACSni n B SUPERIOR
rs-ihtr. f Ailurr to rrvilIc and taMtual traBir-
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-(. Y are reaolrwi 10 ana -r MA tJI' ! -
... .,-rr,-r. o,zt wNTi-p I iunwe ot tnovjuc Uic
I e.XtebnAka.Jefcn B. tiUmaziH in dbtnct&! from iu
bn .! nvr tfcct ! VT3itT cirtxiA art i the rcibouU. Th
t ani.'f r,tri7iiT tiiTrii iii. iviiiuiau -w-ifr -- x
ATimKn a tiv e( dlnaw- tmz& iZ tk I .t ..k. ..-.
Dr J. S EMIGH
Fine Office Work a Specialty.
1 h.vitt. OJBc
Finns For sale.
Real Estato and Insutanco Agent.
OfQoo ovor First National B ank
We have just reciev
ed our new stock of
Administrator a Notico.
JX-TATEOr.VHIW WflJiON. IErKAKH.
It Ttw niwltr?isci baTlos bo-n a;to!3t-J
atmintralflr ol tlw ot: ol Nell lcIoo.
Jale ol WcL-tf r eointy. ud ai or Vtora..
lrxvil.lieyslrei isotlcc ttaj be rlH aj
r3r b?lT9 lb" rrtnatf ceert c VfttMcr cocsty.
at Itw oflVrr Ur t oonir J.cr, at lb Jr
trfTa. Uw ti MockUv la Jsk fKXl, 15 at
-whfrh time all r-crc teTlc claJbw asslnu
xi4 cvn" anr wtil al rcnaeOeii U &un4
A3 claim asalat said titxte we. ftrteaieA at
or l-rforc Uw Acm? tcr ft aM wut 1 t
forerrtonctt AQ wsviaJ Isrtrfctl ta kiIA
I tar rrtori to tsate IWlwulfalg jj-
Thom.v AprK.y. AtkaiwWjaCgr.
Isul April lah, ! J7l
Prposal for Bids.
t mas "sriii oe receiveu oy lac inef-
i siuncu up w iy iti. iso. ior ujc
1 10 a po&iuon ii muzz cisi ;itouucui
1 ntrrlt?r section .11. lOwn . f-smre IL or
xt:zx anv or all lid.
I. II. Knxv. M oJentor.
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BUGGIES, & SPRING WAGONS.
ing purchased our stock arcdUc,
prices wc arc able to place r r
hides cneapcr uiusi
Buck Boards at
Top buggies at
- are also prepared toilo all kiiul of job and repair w rk
at twttom prices. 01(1 buggies painted and ropairel nt
reasonable rates. It will pay you to give us a roll
and get our price before purchasing elsewhere
Wall Paper and Window Shades.
The greater part of my new spring Htork of thw k,h"Jm
have arrived, and I hall take pleasure in showing giwiNai.l
quoting prices to any who may call. My wall pupn sa
l)oiiglit. directly from the Factory and the quality and bea
ty of design cannot be mirpassed. I alrio have a full M k 1
PAINTS AND OILS
I BtlU haiidlo tho "Klnjr Tlntod load nnd C B. Q. mUml pulntn. th
Hoods Uftvo alwnyB Klvon HiitlnfHotlon, iuhI hvo ooon fully tontod
in this raarKOt. A fuU lino of CniffH Uookn, ind Htntlotmry hi
wityn on hand.
C L COTTINCf.
GUILFORD'S CASH HOUSE ! '
MENS BOOTS $1.75 -A Pli
LADIES SHOE8 SI.OO AMD UP
SUMMER roODS AT 6c AND UP
Our prices on Cloth-' . Hoots, Shoes, Furn sh-
ing goods, Hats, and Caps arc so low
that none con undeasel) us.
m mi be: 1
Give us a call
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As low as can be bought from any dealer
W E. 3atw. Vter-lTr 4F9WVv aAT " ."-(
harfrnins in PHAb
all kinds ot vej,
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and be convinoed
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