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People WI70 Prefer
Serviceable, Stylish, Well-Fitting' Shoes, made of the BEST material,
by experienced workman, to shoddy ill-ntting-, worthless
coods, made by cheapest of unskilled labor
will buy them of
Blalslee & Kaley,
Wo are confident of pleasing all customers from cur largo stock
And Defy Competition as Regards Quality and Price.
BguGtH for LITTLE GfA NT SCHOOL SHOES for your Childrcns&g
Blakeslee & Kaley.
IS. & M. R. It. Time Tabic.
Taking effect Nov. 5,
Traitit carrying passengers leave lied Cloud
KAST VIA HASTINGS.
No. 132 Ihsenger to Hastings, - S :00 a. in.
No, 1M Freight for Hastings - 1 S50 l. in.
No. 131 Passenger from Hastings
arrhes 5;35p. in.
KAST VIA WYMOUE.
No. 1C, 1'assenger to St. Joseph, St,
Louisand Chicago daily - J0:30a.m
No it l'aengcr to Kansas Citv and
Atchison, daily. ... 0:39, p. m.
No, 13 Passenger for Denver and in
termediate points, daily, - - 7:30 a.m.
No. 15, Passenger for Denver, daily, 5 :45 p. m.
Oil cake at Deyo's.
Wall paper at Cott'Dgs.
Buy your buggy paint of Deyo.
Miss Jennie Bell is home from Lin
coln. liev. E. J. Ilandall is in Omaha this
Painting material of all kinds at
Uuy your paints and Imishcs at
Mrs. Dr. McKceby is visiting in
Fine neck wear a specialty at Chi
cago clothing store.
If you want wall paper or window
shades, go to Cottings.
For correct fitting clothing go to
Chicago clothing store.
Farmers net vour Blue vitrol for
soaking wheat at Cottings.
For nobbv suits the Chicago cloth
ins store takes first rank.
Go to the Chicago clothing store
for pants of every discription.
Mrs. Bodgers ot Lincoln, is visiting
witluh'er sister, Mrs. L. II. Fort.
L2lxs. S. 11. McBride, and daughter
'Carrie, were in Hastings this week.
L. Cotting has the finest stock
01? pocket knives in the city at low
The Lincoln mixed paints arc the
best on the market. . Sold by C. L.
It is said that D. Bedford "put his
foot in it," that is, in the plata front
of Martin's store.
Mr, C. Wiener wil', during the com
ing season, display special bargains
in his show windows.
liev. S. A. Potter will hold service
iu Grace Episcopal church at 7:o0 on
nest Monday evening, April 11.
For fire, lightning and tornado in
surance, apply to Chas. Schaffnit, Red
Cloud, Neb. Office over Deyo's drug
store. vane oons
of Veterans will entertain
people on the 21st with the cclc
bralcu uramn, -lanKeu juitumi;
Some of our best dramatic talent ill
he in it. and the dramatis 'basons is
. 1 1 r.--'i t..i .:.."
" --7- 4
said to be excellent.
'O. C. Bell, receiver oF the Fiis
National bank, informs us that that
institution has declared a dividend of
'20 per cent which is now rcadj to be
naid out. Parties holding certificates
WW please present ineni anu get un-u j
... . .t r. J . l.s
t Roundtrte, the colored
delivered a very excellent
ermon on Wednesday evening to our
citizens. The old fellow was a slave
from his birth, 1S17 to 1SG5, and can
tell some prcttv hard tales on south
ern fclave owners.
On Wednesday afternoon, Chief
Tomlinson, of the fire department,
Parted up the street at a rate of
speed that was decidedly surprising, to
answer an alarm of fire in tne Ovcring
property. Imagine John's wrath
ivhcu ha fouud that the alarm was
turned' lp by Portpr Hedge, who
thought a littlesulphur bedbug smudge
was a confiairration. John was deter
mined to put the bed bugs out or the
fire, and he didn't care which.
Our worthy clerical friend, Rev. E.
,.. VAy. received a call from a well
fcnpirn Cbjcajro Congregational church
this week, and will probably accept it,
il t Ii co- irrcration can wait a brief
period. The Reverend Gentleman is
an able divine, and TlIE ClllEK con
gratulates him on his good fortune,
because he is a young man and all the
more fitted for the position. He u a
Christian gentleman in every sense of
tj, wsrd, Rij4 if be decides to acc-pt
the responsible position iha Chicago
church will find him not only talented
hut an earnest worker iu the cause he
Mrs. M. R. lientley is in Omaha.
Try those raaket cigars at Cotting's
tjIIlF Pope is putting in city water.
All kinds of condition powders at
Election passed of? quietly without
Win. McMillan of the Argus, was
in Topeka this week.
Ilev. J. D. Pulis visited his family
in Kearney this week.
May Hummell has accepted a posi
tion in McFarland's grocery store.
The Misses Emma and Carrie Brown
were home this week on a vacation.
iltoy Hutchison's little bey that
arank carbolic acid is cettinir better.
Wm. Thomas is preparing to rebuild
his residence which rccentlr burned.
MOI. W. Dickerson and others viewed
tue cyclone wreck atJNelson on bun
The old gun shop of W. Dany has
been moved onto Charley Potter's
Otto Skjelvcr, Geo. Heaton and E.
A. VanDyke have helped our ex
chequer since our last issue.
P. W. Shea, the big hearted travel
ing man, raised a nice fund in this
city for the Nelson sufferers.
KThe smoke stack on the engine
flinnsft nf flip tcnti-r xrorL-a font- n fum
ble this week during the gale.
D. B. Welpton, rpecial agent, Oma
ha, Neb., of the Royal Insurance com
pany, was in the city this week.
IVhas. Calmes of Superior, was up
this week, lie will return to Red
Cloud and look after his bakery busi
ness. G. W. Dow wore a black eye this
week from the close proximity to a hot
iron or a stick of stove wood, or some
r. .ucivccby was at Loncordia this
week attending a joint nicetinjr of the
Republican Valley and Inter-State
Catarrh is not a local but a consti
tutional disease, and requires a con
stitutional remedy like Hook's Sarsa
parilla to effect a cure.
There is no doubt but what the
board of supervisors ought to build a
bridge at Amboy. The people are en
titled to one at that pcint.
Rev. II. D. Piatt of Cowles will
preach at the Congregational church
next Sunday morning and evening:
3xohanging pulpits with Mr. Ely.
The Ladies B. II. M. society will
have a supper, and the King's daugh
ters w'll open a bazar, in the K of P.
Hall the Saturday before Easter, Apr.
Six new members were received by
the Congregational church last Sun
day. One person being baptized by
immersion at the Baptist church by
tini. i- ... . ..
i-ica i:ioua is getting to tne lront.
MJity and country real estate is pickmp
up and people arc feeling good at the
prospect of a renewal of business all
along tne nne.
J Very soon, we understand, the Has-
f tings accommodation train will be run
through to Oberlin and return. This
would give Red Cloud better connec
tion with Kansas points than she .has
Paved streets in Red Cloud would
be about the thing. Why aot try it ?
If the people who own lots on the
principal streets can exert the right
kind of influence we shall have them.
Give Red Cloud the right foundation
and she will grqw.
If an economical streak should
strike the new city council, The Chief
would like to offer a piece of advice
that would not go amiss, and that is
that the offices of clerk, water com
missioner and street supervisor ho
made into one. One man can attend
to the throe b ttcr than three men
ran and the salary of two meu could
Dr. G. E. McKceby, president of
the Inter-State Medical association.
returned home Thursday evening. lie
reports "an enthusiastic meeting, and
as the association is th,o nroature of
his uatci'prise, he naturally feels clawed
over the success of the venture, there
being over sixty prominent physicians
present from Nebraska and Kansas.
Harry Pond is'on the sick list.
Ravens horse and cattle food at
We have the best stock of hats in
the ciiy. Chicago store.
Tom Penman has put into his jew
elry store a fine regulator.
JMrs. G. B. Holland of Hot Springs?,
i.rK., is in me city mis wcck.
Dejo's stock of wajl paper is styl
ish, new, clean and prices lowest.
Paint brushes, whitewash brushes,
and all kinds of brushes at Deyo's.
Farm loans at lowest rates.
D. J. Myers.
See Oscar Patmor before buying
your. He has made a big reduction.
We give it as our opinion that Deyo
is strictly in it when it come to prices
and styles of wall paper.
Mr. M. It. Bentley and wife return
ed from Omaha last evening. Mr.
B's broken limb is mending rapidly.
Remember the Chicago clothing
store takes measures for tailor made
clothing, guarantee a perfect fit or no
Farm loans at lowest interest.
Strictly first-class loans at lower rates
than has ever been given in this coun
ty before. Option to pay part or all
at end of any year. C. F. Cathek.
A House and lots in Red Cloud to
trade for a farm. Will assume
mortgage. 3t C. W. Kaley.
F. V. Taylor, allows no one to sell
more goods than he does, at prices
that are low, for good goods.
It is the judgment of all that Cot
ting has the finest selection of wall
paper iu the city, and in prices he
can't be beat.
It is low prices, the best ef goods
and accurate dispensing that has
brought L. n. Deyo, his large drug
Mr. W. M. Guiwits and family of
Lincoln, have moved to Red Cloud.
Wc understand the gentleman con
templates opening a machine shop in
Sherman Circle No. o, L. of G. A.
R., gave their fourth social Saturday
evening, April -. Alter listening to
a short but very interesting program
all adjourned to the dining hall and
partook of refreshments. At an ear
ly hour all departed with heartfelt
good nights after a pleasant evening
The ladies of the G. A. R. iect
next Saturday eyening and every al
Mrs. Fannie Potts,
On Thursday evening, The Chief
and family enjoyed an elegant sere
nade from the Sons of Veterans' new
silver cornet band, under the leader
ship of Prof. Allen, an accomplished
cornctist. The band has only recent
ly been organized, but nevertheless
has made rapid strides in the direction
of a perfect band. The boys seem
very desirous of becoming thoroughly
organized, and the people of the city
should, by their every effort, show
their appreciation on the part of the
young men in maintaining a good
band. The Chief will always appre
ciate a serenade from the S. of V.
band. The members of the band are:
Prof. Allen, E flat cornet.
Dell Olmstcad, B flat cornet.
Henry Clarke, 2d B.'flat cornet.
Bud Tulleys, solo alto.
Irving Cummings and Harry Miller,
Will West, baritone.
John Dickerson, 1st tenor.
Chas. Guilford, 2d tenor.
Walter Warren, B bass.
Oscar Patmor, Tuba.
Fred McKceby, bass drum.
Sam Miller, snare drum.
John Patmor, symbols.
More Rail Road Improvements
It was rumored Wednesday evening
and Thursday evening that the Rock
Island surveyors were in the city.
The Guide reporter of course, at once
smelt a mouse, and soon ran it down.
It was not the Rock Island surveyors
but the B. & M. Surveyors. While
wc would rather have met the R. I.
surveyors, yet what we found was a
''sure thing," while the other would
have been one of the possibilities or
rather probabilities. The B. & M.
survej'ors were here for two purposes.
One was to survey a connecting route
from the Santa Fe to the B. & M.
by the way the rails have been un
loaded here for that purpose and will
undoubtedly soon be built.--Superior
of all seasons in tho year, is tho one for
making radical changes in regard to
health. During tho winter, the system
becomes to a certain extent clogged with
waste and the blood loaded with impuri
ties, owing to lack o exercise, close con
finement in poorly ventilated shops and
homes, and other causes. This is tha
causa of the dull, sluggish, tired, feeling
so general at this season, and which must
be overcome, or the health may be en
tirely broken down. ITrwVo Snraonnnlln
has attained the greatest popularity all
over me country as the favorre Spring
-.w..w. ji uiiiB iuu accumulation
of impvrities through the bowles, kid
neys, liver, lungs and skin, gives to tho
blood the purity and quality necessary to
good hoalth and o.veronmes tif$ tirJ
Farm for Kent
I have a good farm for rent
acres uuuer cultivation. .
37-tf ' J, H.-Bauay.
His Name is Spanogle.
The city election is over and D. B.
Spanogle, the candidate on. the non
partisan ticket, was elected over Mr.
Mizer, the independent candidate Dy
32 majority. The balance of the tick
et, with the exception of one member
of the school board, was elected. The
officers elected were as. follows:
For Mayor D. B. Spanogle.
For Treasurer Henry Cook.
For Clerk T. J. Ward.
For Surveyor F. A, Kuehn.
For Aldermen, 2d Ward D. J. My
ers and C. H. Potter.
First Ward Jos. Kuhick and Ed.
School Board C. F. Cather and
Mrs. A. A. Pope.
The Chief is satisfied with the
election of the above ticket and be
lieves that an unprecedented era of
prosperity will dawn upon this com
munity during the coming year. Let
all put their shoulders to the wheel for
Red Cloud and you will see the city
move out majestically for a better con
dition. Mr. Chase of Lincoln, who sued
Lew Albright of this city to recover
property traded by him to Mr. Al
bright, lost the suit. Chase traded
with his eyes open and then attempted
to get his property back through the
courts when he found out that he was
likely to have to stand an asssessment
on defunct bank stock.
"The Chicago World Fair Committee'
has passed a resolution that evory person
attending the "Fair" shall take with them
a bottle of '"Hepaticnre" as a preventive
from contracting blood, liver and kidney
diseases. L.H. Deyo.
Laura Stont to A' P. Johnson,
ne4, 10-4-12 wd $4000 00
Maggie . Carpenter to Mary A.
Martin, nw4, 2G-2-10- wd 1800 CO
G. E. Gregon to Chas. Molley,
1 2 of the nw 40 acres and eli
of sw 40 acres of ne4, 8-2 9 wd
Ann R. Kosecrans to Wm, H.
Kosecrans, sw4, 32-1-11 wd...
Mary K. Hill to 3. TJmphenour.
s2, ne4, 15-1-11 wd
Sam'l TJmphenour to D. J. My
ers, se2 ne4, 15-1-11 wd
R. K. Orchard to D. J. Myers.
David Pardum to J. G.Myers,
n2, ne4 &. n2, uw4, 34-1-12 wd
W. 0. Richardson to Josophine
Snyder. se4, 2-4-12 wd
Rebecca A. Gangbm to Charlotte
Thomas, n2 & se4 of nwi, 27-3-10
wd 1200 00
Rebecca A. Gangbin to ;Vm. H.
Thomas, ne4 fc s2, sw4, 27-3-lOwd,
A. Malick to W. H. ATheeler, n2,
ne4, 15-2-9 wd 1200 00
David Hudson to C. Johnson,
sw4, 10-3-9 qcd 100
Henry Sheldon to Chris Jensen,
n2. sw4, 15-3-10 wd G50 00
Martha Conrad to Louisa Shank
lin, nw4 , 27-4-11 wd 2900 00
Susan H. Sawyer to E. VandioD,
s2 sw4 11-1-9 wd 1400 (O
Claas Rose to Deidrick Lamp
man n nw4 G-3-9 wd
L Myers to J. D. McFarland un
divided 2 n2 nw4 8-5-12 wd..
Thomas R. Craig to Smith Bros.
se4 31-1-10 qcd
Abner Griffith to Geo. W. Wesp
part ne4 10-1-11 qcd
Sindey E. Woolcott to C. W. Ful
ler 14 acre in se nw 4-2-10 wd
Euclid Martin Administrator to
Jotham K. Martin undivided 2
lot 5 blk 14 Bine Hill ad
Lincoln Land Company to James
M. Marsh lot 2 blk 10 Vances
Lena G Hill to J m Marsh lot 17
and 18 blk 18 Vance's add wd
James m. Marsh to Lena P. Hill
lotl n2 s2 blk'lO Vances ad J
Mary J. Kaley to A Kaley lot 1 n2
lot 4 blk 9 Le Dues add wd -
Total $31097 00
Abraham Wade to Gm Warren
n2 nw4 21-2-9 wd 1200 00
F L Ford to J S White bw4 sw4
3-4-10 special wd v - 2000 00
Godfrey Monia to Frederick
Monia ne4 3 2 9 wd lGOO 00
W 0 Dimmick to Frederick
Smith w2 se4 5 3 9 wd 1200 00
Henry J Sheldon to fleary C
Erretne4 213 10wd 2900 00
A M Walters to W 0 Dimmick
undivided 2 sw4 fi 41?wd... 1200 00
Frances S Lum to"Vm. Bump
ne4 ne4 2G 3 9 wd
James M. Marsh to V. D.
Vaughn part sw4 3 1 9 one
U S to Chas. Fattee a4 32 4 10
Ella Bales to Allen K. Bales lot
7 blk 3 Bnschowi BM wd
Patrick MeCuotJ Jeremiah
lhayer lots 13 1 blk 7 and
lots 9 to 13 blk 12 Inavale wd 500 00
Joshua Tinker to.Lanra E. Al
len lots 5 nndMk5Swcezy s
add. wd. ...?-
niram F King E- O. Parker
lots 5 and C ulk 10 Vance's
of All grades at low prices at Wiener's.
. - m . -
t is a fixed and immutable law that
tl have good, sound health one must hare
lure, rich and abundant blood, lhere
fs no shorter or surer route than by a
xmrse of Do Witt's SarsarJarilla. C. L.
COME AND SEE OUR
The above Mentions Suit are
Our display of children and boys suits is a
little the nicest shown yet.
CHICAGO CLOTHING STORE.
First ward taucus
The Republican electors cf first
ward city of lied Cloud, Neb., will
meet at Firemen's hall on Monday
evening, April ISth air S p. m. to elect
9-delegates to attend the county con
vention April 23.
T. C. IlACKEK,,Com.
To Republicans or Cathcrton
Caucu3 to be held in Catherton
township April 22, 1S92, 7 o'clock
in the evening at the school house in
Dis. No. GG'to elect 3 delegates to the
Republican county convention to he
held in Red Cloud April 23, 1S02
Otto jSkjelveb, Com.
The republican electors of 2nd ward
city of Red Cloud will meet at the
Court House on Monday evening Apr.
18th at 8' o'clock to elect 11 delegates
to attend the county convention Apr.
23d. C. "W. Kaley, Com.
Pleasant Hill Primaries
The Republican electors of Pleas
ant Hill township are requested to
meet at the Pleasant Hill school house
Thursday April 21st at 3:30 p. m. for
the purpose of electing six delegates
to the Repuulican county convention
to he held at Red Cloud, Neb. Satur
day April 23 1892.
Jon.v Blaine, Chm.
We desire to say to our citizens, that
for years we have been selling Dr. King's
Xew Discovery for consumption, Dr.
King's New Life Pills, Bucklen's Arnica
Salve and Electric Bitters, and have
never handled remedies that sell as well,
or that have given such universal satis
faction. We do not hesitate to guaran
tee them every time, and we stand ready
to refund the purchase price if satisfac
tory results do not follow their use.
These remedies have won their great
popularity purely on their merits. C. L.
Imuro Against Hail
Geo. 0. Yeiser will insure jour
crops against hail. The farmers
should see him. Moon block, up
stairs, Red Cloud.
The Continental Insurance com
pany will insure against hail, etc., this
year and in order to protect yourselves
the farmers should see A. II. Gray,
Agent, Red Cloud, Neb.
A Mystery Explained
The papers contain frequent notices
of rich, pretty and educated girls eloping
with negroes, .tramps and coachmen.
The well-known specialist, Dr. Franklin
Miles, says all such girls are more or less
hysterical, nervous, very impulsive, un
balanced; usually subject to headache,
neuralcia, sleeplessnes, immoderate
laughing. These show a weak nervous
system for which there is no remedy
equal to Restorative Nervine. Trial bot
tles and a fine book containing many mar
velous cures free at Cottings' who also
sells and guarantees Dr. Miles celebrated
New neart cure, the finest of heart ton
ics. Cures fluttering, short breath, eta
Mrs. Charley Myers is getting up a
club of 50 subscribers to the Young
Men's Journal. If she succeeds, she
will get free transportation to the Y.
P. S. C. E. convention in New York
City and return. This if a laudible
enterprise and Tue Chief hopes she
will be successful.
Application for License.
Notice is hereby given that a petition, algned
by thirty or more resident Ireeholdcrs of the
second ward of tho city of Ked Cloud, vebraska,
hiis been filed in my ofllce in said city of Ked
Cloud, proving that a license be granted by s14
city council of said city to M. M. Steam for the
sula ot malt, spirituous and vinous liquors on
lot 3. block 1. William's add to the city of Ked
Cloud. Nebraska, in second ward, of said city of
Ked Cloud, that action-will t taken on said
petition by the mayor anoSclty council, on tne
-Uli d.iv of way, isu, or the flrttmeeting f the
Dated at itcu uouu, acorasKa, Apr. cut, iwz.
T. J. Ward.
Application for License.
Xotlce is hereby given that a petition, si
lv thirtv or mora resident freeholders 01
nrst ward ot tue city or uea uoud, Nebraska,
lias been tiled in my office in said city of Xeu
Cloud, praying that a license be granted by said
citv council ol said city to Nelson Lomrton lor
the sale of malt, spirituous and rinous liquors,
on lot 5, block 31, (original town), now city of
Ked Cloud, Nebraska, in said first ward ol the
city ol Ked Cloud, that action vull be takes oa
paid petition by the mayor and city council, ob
tne 4111 uay 01 .nay itsr.', or meant meeting or
the council thereafter. .
Dated at Ked Cloud, Nebraska, Apr. 6th, 1802.
Application for License.
Notice i3 hereby given that a petition, signed
by thirty or more resident freeholders of the
first ward of the city of Ked cloud. Nebraska.
has been tiled in my office in said city of Beit
cloud praying that a license be granted bv said
city council ot said city to JohnTolnlcky for the
sale otm?lt. spirituous and vinous llquorr, oa
lot 6, block 31, (original town) now city ot Red
cloud, Nebraska, in said first ward, of said city
ot Ked cloud, that action will be taken on said
petition by the mayor and eity council, on the
4th day of May 183-.', or the first meeting of tne
Dated at Ked cloud, Nebraska. April 6th. 1882.
T. J. Was'
The Celebrated Stallion
Battler, will make the season of 1892
as follows: Fridays and Saturdays at
Richardson's barn, Red Cloud. Tuesdaya
Pedigree Rattler is a Blackhawk
Morgan, well muscled, good action and a
natural stepper and beautiful style. "Was
foaled Sept. 15, 188G, and iaaboatlo
hands high. His sire was a Morgan, hi
dam was a Morgan and Blackhawk. Bat
tler has fins bone and sinew, well baUft
and an elegant roadster.3
Terms $7 to insure a mare witk foal J
$10 to insure a colt to stand up and stick
$5 cash for single service, if mare fails to
get with foal on single 'service, owaer cast
return her and by paying $2 extra earn
have'insurance. Care will be takes to
prevent accidents but I will not be re
sponsible should any occur. Owners
parting with or removing mares from
the county before tbey are known to be
with foal forfeit the insurance money.
3G4t W. H. FtJLLEB, Owner.
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