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About The Red Cloud chief. (Red Cloud, Webster Co., Neb.) 1873-1923 | View Entire Issue (Jan. 1, 1874)
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8. GARBER & Co,
lu lorai uioiuuiiiiuidoi
Aai a treat Tariety of other Articles.
. Oat stack of Dry Goods lias been Bo
asted witk special reference to the
traats f tha People, and consibts in
afclNR DRESS GOODS, CALICOES,
TBROWN & BLEACHED MUS
LINS, PRINTS, CHECKS,
GINGHAMS. &c. ko.
Tki Ladies of Webster County and
axa reapcstfully invited to oxatuino our
kaw stosk ef
Wkiwk we feel warranted in saying is
:$ Largest and Most Complete ever
kraaghtinto Southwest Nebraska, and
tehick will be sold at Prices that
Ya all keep on hand a Good Stock of
Of various kinds and extra Qualities
aid for sale either by the suit or single
F Dry Goods,
f. SUGARS, TEAS, COFFEE, SPICES,
Ami everything else in that Line.
R-mitRd Fruits in VarietY.
TOBACCO V CIGARS
VLOUR & MEAL,
BOOTS Sl SHOES-
" T to suit the wants of everybody.
tr wish to call the attention of the
plfelio to the fact that we are constant
ly keeping oa hand a full assortoientof
fltrwhieh we will sell at
. Cask. Call and look at our Goods
io aei fail to inauire ths ?rioes.
S. GARBER & CO.
rHElREO CLOUD CHIEF.
Notice in this Column 10 Ctfc a tne.
T. W. Tipton, Irownrille.
P: VT. IkHheoek. Omaka,
U. S. Senator.
U. S Senator.
J. J. Qhtptr. Lineo!n.
fee. of Bute.
t ti ir....., I'.itnpf - AHUiior.
H. A. Koeoiii. CMumbas. Tnumnr.
J. R. Webster Beatrice. Alt j Wen.
J.M.McKnxi.Linc In. Sapt.Pub-JnitrHc'a
Geo. B. Like. Omaha, .. , Cbief Jutiee.
Daniel Gantt. NabntkA City. I A-eociate Ju.
Samuel Maxwell. PlcttsmoathJ
J. A. Taller.
E. H. Jones,
I. W. Tullera.
II. C. IliU.I
H. S. KMrr.
L. F. Mnnitl.
W. E. Thorn,
A. M. Hanly,
O. w. Ua
Preaching by Elder Kennedy every
fourth Sunday, at 1 1 o'clock a. m.
Preaching -Jjr'Rcr. Mr. Latten, once
iaoiir wreks, at 11 o'clock a.m., com
mencing Sept. 7-
Union Prayer MectingeveryThursday
evenine. at 8 o'clock p. m. Al are cor
dially invited to attend.
Union Sunday School it 9J -'clock, i.
m. All are invited to come on every
Don't fail to attend
the concert to-
Large lot of Boots and Shoejust ar
rived at Gabber &Co s,
New Goods at .McNitt'r.
Baskets of all kinds, at McNitt's.
Ladies Wear, at Garber Co's.
' ' -
Smoked Halibut, it Bere.tzen's.
Yard wide unbleached cotton for 12J
cent, at John O. PotteVs.
Fancy Groceries, at the NewSiore
Berenzen k Co.
Whitefish, 12 cen's a pound, at
Berenzen & Co's.
Go to. Potter's for "all Staple Gro-
John Parkes wants to oive notice to
all indebted to him, to call and pay up.
These amouut aro small, but the aggie
gate counts up bie, and the money is
needed. Call and settle.
MrtCoon occasionally gives us a call,
and is always welcome.
- -i iswaa i i ...
In time of trouble, when items accu-
mulatc,iand "cafes" get low, then we
so nd for "Joe" who is always ready to
give us a lift.
Two teama ran away yesterday, but
wo haven't learned whether there was
any damage occurred.
Zkij6 has been putting up ice, and has
about 100 tons ttorod away. Look out
next summer for " ice-cold lejponades"
and all that sort of thine.
Sleepir hM' got -the tallot hitching
post in sVmerici, its a liberty pole.
TnERE is a lettor in thi post-office
directed to ' 'Treasurer School District
No. 14." Let-said treasurer appear and
- ' " .
Jddae Tui.LETB called yesterday and
paid his respects.
SuqH is fame our feJTow-ritizen , H.
S. Kaley Esq., delivered an address nt
the opening of the State Normal School,
and the ntwsjiapers noticing 'the same
we find, 'Haley." " Hally," " Kyley,"
We are pleased to add the Aurora Re
puhlicnnt and Hamilton County A7tr,
to our exchange list, the former publish
ed at Aurora, and tho latter at Orville
city, all ia Hamilton County Neb. Both
aro good paper, aad well represent their
Our Id friend and fellow "jour,"
P. T. Sherman, is pablihing a paper,
the Republican, at Aurora, Hamilton
Co. We are glad to learn of the pro
perity cf Mr. Sherman, and hope Sis
newspaper career will be pleasant' md
profitable. , i5IJke a jrqod locaLjwj,
paper, and let otters manage thaibcal
quarrels that aro evideatly goingtn in
that ceaaty, and you will do wcIKti the
From the East we have awcunta of
terrible stoma, bad wea ther, rtc "We
are happy to inform oar friend in that
part of the coHBtry that we we having
pleasant weather, and hare not had.
more than three or four disagreeable
days tbie winter. '
We leara tha' a prrtain gentleman
who livea aboat 3i aides from here, got
on bis "ear" baca ae we published only
a portion of his co nmanlcation. All we
have to say about it b tlat we are the
sole judge of what wits us, and while
we pay proper deference to our patrons
we are obliged tocartail-nKoy letters for
waat of faera.
The taMWtr officers diet, have all
been quaJaWe1, aaa! take possession on
Monday text. To them all, individual lv
and colleetivev, we make our best bow.
and take tarn opportonhyof ioforsrii
them that are always a !. ce,;
when ihare u anychaaee to make any-
tniag oy it.
Dance at HuaaWajgnt, ni if
any of ovmftimwaax a tjop
time, they had better Warn head at the
f Elm Creek Hewe t wgat.
llSSStV Ii IhIaria
Micbak. 0",T rJ. oniciatiDg.
Olswt.'K. B. 8nntl bsq..
and happy life.
Garber & CVa and J. & Ptter
m 77 . .itfal-
Tsw frame of Joha G. roir --..
i? i . J nnd wc at"
ung was ratsea ycsietu-j? -notioe
that a coat of ptint is being spreaj
on Sleeper's house.
Rev. C Ru.t will comment a pro
tracted mectiDg at the School Hou?e
on Saturday night. Mr. Riley is, good
speaker and an energetic worker, and
his, labors in this county have already
been productive of much good.
TE January auaibcr of the llhutra
trd, Vernal exceedf in beauty anything
of the kind which his appeared from
the press. It is abuntantly illustrated
with full engravings, and contains a very
rich table of contents. A scotch of
Utah, embracing two large views of Salt
Lake. Cittf aqd.Qther illustrations of in
teresr is one f the special features of
this number. The Journal is published
by the American Publishing Co. of Chi
cago, for $2.50 a year. A volume of thid
magaiine will make a book of greater
literary and artistic execcllence than can
be bought for many times the subscrip
tion price. Addresr Thomas G. New
man, Room 27, Tribune Building, Chi
cago. NEW GOODS!
at J. G.
NEW GOODS ! !
NaTOAN Plnt, Juniata, has secured
the agency for tho Singer Sewing Ma
chine, which is acknowledzed to be tho
beat machine manufactured. 23-4
TnE Singer Sewing Machino is Bold
by Nathan Piatt, Juniata, Adams Co.,
Neb., on terms so favorable as to place
it within the rench of evry ono. 23-4
A fresh supply of Dry Goods and
Groceries at J. G. Potter's.
Richardson wants the person who
has been stealing corn from his crib to
call around in the daytime and he will
either give him earn or furnish the mon
ey to purchase elsewhere, or quit steal
ing and save expotaro.
Pork BARREijinnd Cooper ware of
an kinds, at Sleeier's. 24td
Jnst received, ar fresh Bupplyof Dry
Goods and Grocef&s which will bo sold
at bottom prices, i' Give us a call and
pneo our goods. '
J. G. Potter,
I . Red Cloud.
Currants at Irenzcn & Co's, only
l6 cts per pound.
S kates, atMcirr's.
ATBICA.N dOtDEN WILLOW.
The best frillow 'or live fence, hedge,
or wiod-bre;lf,andf hiphly ornamental.
Grows on al kinds if oil equally well.
For sale at 12.25 pert th.nnnd, by
Red Cloud, Neb.
Mrs. Joies is a prepared to give
Music Lcfsfjs, eitlir Instrumental or
Vocal. Allpersons acciring instruction
in music wit please cll on Mrs. A. M.
Jones, who aill give. logons at rea?on
able eharge ' I 26-td
Cheap GIoceriks at J. G. Potters.
Factory-Dotton, one yard wide, for
12 cents peryard, at J. G. Potter's.
PRINTS. at PRINTS.
Join G. Potter's.
There wll l-e a meeting of the
Board of Mswgcra of the Webster Co.
Agricultural Society, at the office of the
CniEFoa Ssrarday, January 3d, at 1
o'cloefep. m. It is hoped that, a full
Board will be present, as many matters
of importance to tke-8oriety will come
up for actioa. Lvi Moore,
Tea, Black Siam, 60 am per pound at
BtRJCTEEK & Co.
Nice fresh Cranberries at Bercnzen's
M. B. McNrrr has received the ap
and jook peascsMBa'of the post office,
yesterday, aaaving the same back to i
former place in the Hardware Sto
McNitt wil' make a good postmasi
and we Icoftfrratuhte htm oa receivi
the appointmeat, but justice compels ua
to say that we have ever received the
most gentlemaaly eaarteey from Mr.
Jackson, while he was P. M , and hope
that he will fad seasethiag alee equally
heaorable and lacrative.
Potter Bro's. are ranaiae; their'mill
3ay and night. A large aamher of logs
: the past two 1 jr
r,eje ripping XF
haiT TheyrejUr 9
have accumulated dariag
or three week, bat they
them up as fast ae peaarsea,
quest the romhojhamdiaz ta
brine corn for, gnndieg). nol -te bnog-a
large amount at ene Uale, at orier te
give all fair SB0W
The greater pert of thmisaaeis taken
-.1. ,i.(Mruat nt aatttni Affair
n wiin -. "-
nd is of interest to every tax-payer in
Wri ?. hereby fffea, that at Special
meeting of the Bcarf ef W, Oma,
missioaers of Webster tamajag
will take place on Fraiay, J""T
1874, -at 10 o'clock a. ., '
If you want a firt-clas?, s,tylLh fitting
Garment cut or made, or cut and made,
go to O'Sullivans, at Riverton,
Franklin Count y, and you can get suited
He understands how to do it through
an experience of IS years in the business.
SUOAR, nice brown, 9 pounds for f 1.
-t Berenzen & Co's.
aaai al sam
The grandest affair by all odds, that
has ever come off in Red Cloud, was the
reception given by Mr. Cook and Mr.
Barry, Christmas night, on the occasion
oUmiT wedding, which camo off in the
lift ernoon of the same day.. The Mason
ic Hall wa3 engaged, and cards of invita
tion sent oat to their many friends to
attend a ball and supper. The dance
pasjd off pleasantly, until near the
hour of midnight, when supper at the
LaClede lIoue was announce!.
It is impossible for us to do justice to
this supper, but the large number of
guests did, judging Jrora the many ex
clamations of delight on every hand, at
the sight of the richly-laden table.
About SO ladies and gentlemen partook
of the repast, and as many as wished, of
the fine wine. produced for the occasion.
The supper was prepared underjhe di
rection of Mrs. Morgan; ths-'Tiride's
cake were made Dy Mrs. Zeiss, and were
marvels of beauty.
After supper, the guests returned to
the ball room, and the festivities were
kept up until almost " break o' day."
Everything passed off smoothly, and not
a discord disturbed the harmony of the
occasion. m .
A FEW days sinco Geo. Wilson, living
on the White Rock, Ks., was shooting
at a buffalo, when the breech of his rifle
flew out and struck in the center of
bis forehead about an inch above the
nose. Dr. T. B. Williams, of this place,
was called and succeeded in removing
the oold iron and fixing the wound up in
W. also, learn that Drs. Williams
and Head removed a large abscess from
a lady on Penney Creek, aud that their
patient is doing well.
All School Directors of the county
are hereby requested to immediately
forward to the County Superintendent's
Office a report thowing:
1st. The number of children in the
District between the ages of o and 21
2d. When District wai organized
and the length of time School was held
within the prasent Annual School
From the records delivered to me, I
am unable to make a satisfactory distri
bution of the State apportionment now
on hand. Plcaso be prompt.
H. S. KALEY.
Co. Sup't Public In't'n.
Continued from '2d p'tge.
John Dunbar 3 00
E Peters 100 00
John Lavcrty 75 00
August Picrstoff 40 00
John Sabin 100 00
Baker Matney k Co (bridgc)500 00
M B McNitt
B F Larkin
Am't Gen'l Fund Warranta
Amount Gen'l Fund
redeemed $858 67
Road Fund $106 00
Total Warrants redeemed
List of Warrants redeemed and received
in payment of taxes, and cancelled.
July 3. 1872.
- Abe Garber
Oct 21. Wl
July 3, 1S72,
N A Avers
J C Holcomb
Sept 9 irmi, -
W E Jackson
Jan 23 1873.
H D Ranney
G W Ball
G W Knight
J R Laird
March 14 1873,
Jary lo 1S73.
T B Williams
P M Hardy
Hall's Safe Co
A M Hardy
W E Jacksoa
I W Tulleys
John Emmlck 6 50
' Casper Ross 6 50
Stephen Bayles. am't war'nt
7 20 and paid S4
0 McCall 6 50
James Bailey 8 00
L S Miller 8 00
J J Haskins 7 60
Osborn Aver 7 40
J Hull, am't of war'nt 6 80
and paid 4 63
Mathew Stratton, amount
war'nt 7 40 and paid 7 00
f B Williams 6 05
Tho Vmiiihan 2 00
GoTavlor 4 00
T B Williams 3 00
do 3 6S
II D Ranney 6 00
J A Walker 2 03
John R Willcox 2 00
Z P Earl 2 00
lliman Holdredge 2 00
Wm Fennimom 13 97
J W .Tone, am't of war nt
18 00 and paid 2 45
do 8 83
Wm McKinney 2 00
N A tyers 6 00
II C Whveler 2 00
A M Hardy 4 00
TB Williams 13 59
W J Harris, am't of war'nt
2 50 and paid 1 OS
E Fearn, am't of warn 6 10
and paid 2 10
REDEEMED ROAD WARRANTS.
Aug 8 1773,
John Dunbar 3 00
StopheQ Baylej 3 00
E Peters 100 00
SUMARY OF RESOURCES
Cash on hand Co Gen'l
Fund $17 61
Sinking Fund $164 23
Land Road Fund $184 15
TAX LEVIED FOR 1873.
Co. Gen Fund
Bonds $2 000 00
Interest .'J00 00
War'nt;. unred'rn'd $13,3:52 65
Total liabilities $15,532 65
State op Nebraska, ) aa
Webster Co. I s1"
We do hereby certify that the fore
going is a correct exhibit of the finances
of Webster County for the year ending
Doccmber 5th, 1873.
W. E. JACKSON, Treas.
John R. Willcox, Dep.
Z. P. Earl has on hand for sale about
Seventy Bushels of White Wheat, care
fully cleaned for 6eed. Give him a call.
FLOUR. CORN MEAL.
at JonN G. Potters.
J, R. Willcox ha" for pale tho cheap
est Quarter Section of land in Webster
Timber and Water, bottom and level
upland. Twelve acres broke.
Warranty Deed given cheap for cash.
J. R. WILLCOX,
2-tf Red Cloud, Neb.
Red Cloud Retail Market.
corrected weekly uy oaher & co.
Crushed Sugar, for a dollar... 6lb
A Coffee Suenr 6j
C Coffee Suwr 7
Yellow Coffee Sugar 7
Drtffc Brown Sugar 9lbs
Choice Kio Coffee 3
Gunpowder Tea per lb - I 80
vlolong......... . ......... vj
i oung Hyson . . J'J
Smoked Side Meat 12
Canva.-ed Shoulders . 15
Imperial l 30 ( 1 50
tfuttcr ................ j
fjlfgH....tf. ...... ........... !
Flo'ir. Beatrice Cream of thy Valley 3 40
do XXXX, Hebron -- 3.25
Red Flannels .60
hitc do ....'"'''"J
X'juncct do...... .... - Mi
Brown Shirting 1318
Common Prints-..........-.- .... IO
Brown Dctnins ..... ........ 2-"
Blue " ..-. - -25(230
Heavy Brown Ducking..... 'Ihffeft)
Stripe " " - IS'a
Heavy Boots 4 50'5 50
Ught Boot 4 50,0 25
Heavy Shoes. 2 25f2 75
CARPENTER 4 BUILDER,
3ed Oai, XibaikL
It rrrpared to saabe tiziatf ad taka com
trw.i for all kiavXa of buildi&s. 17-td
J. H EEOWy, V. LT7DLOW.
" BROWN 4 LUDLOW,
Plattcrtrs 4 Sttne Mastns ,
. Are prepared to takf eontrvrti for anTthin
m taeirline on ht netiea. Dtpadibt aa
tfaeqaa!hr of Iheix work Utrr ao'Icit a fhara
of ika jratlic atroBaca.
JOflEPH A. IEEKVT
iflASXLQr CITT, TrnsmiM dematllaa.t
S23232 3UC2. Jan.. - - ?23?3I27:2,
Good Accommoiia lions, Livery and
Six mile? sonthwest of Red Cloud on
the main travelled road to
VTllTIf CENTRE, Kan
mrllas accommodations for Forty
lrPlenty of room and good sub
stantial farj at reasonable rates.
The Trawling public are respectfxdly
A. J. 33SK3CSS3, Proprietor.
G EOKtt E ZEISS,
Wines t Liquors,
Chewing, Smoking, Tobacco,
OF ALL KINDS,
Fwh Lazer Beer from " Antelope"'
Brewery, constantly on hand.
RED CLOUD, NEB.
IX RED CT.OUII.
Opposite Garher A Co.
DRUGS, STATIONERY, FINE
PURE WINE k LIQUOR.
And the thousand and r.nc things utially
kept in hiroilar estabh?hiiients con-
htantly on hand and for snlo
CHEAt' FOK OVSII.
Call and Sec.
MRS. U. F. LUTZ.
Five laTuiicIred Cwreeii
haek.H In Exchange fur
Consisting in part of
TIN W ARK,
CARPENTER and MASONS
TOOLS, NAILS "f ALL KINDS
A N D B L U E,
TAPE LINES, k
SPADES, SHOVED HOES,
SCOOPS, HAY KNIVES, FORKS,
RAKES. BLAST! FG POWDER,
RIFLE 1'OWDFR, CART-
COARSE k FINE
Farm Impleneati a Spccality
TABLE & POCKET
SILVER PLATED TABLE bed TVJl
Tfct Best and Ckeaptst
REED BREAKING PLOW.
It h sot -reeesizry to cuumtnM tier?
thing on hand, tat saSre to ay that
any article fn oar !f ctr b? h at the
Cheapest Prices kaown ia the Wet.
M. a McNITT,
Rtt) GtOUD, - - NEBRASKA,.
J. D. POST, Proprietor.
Have fitlffl cp a Kit tmnla i prepifeJ
al alt tiajM to furniefe rntn aiJ ftt for tm.
Lirer? rirf on h rt antic.
StiV.3 West cf Hx Vl!er 3sc,
VANWINKLE 4 BR0WN
3ei r4ui. ITfibrAJiJL
Krrrythirif don la ih nsit artletlo ar4
wiTin.n.il. miiiner. OMti aj?it with ill -patch
CURtr; w rk vj.ic4U-1 and pr-lua
ukeu in civhc- "5 t4
J. P. 4 NOTARY PUBLIC,
Conterani-mc an I aM taitter prUinin U
KhI hjitateor;hrr I'roprity prompt
Ir and proprrty tecuipJ.
Prteapti:s 7il!sgs a S?e:iUtr.
DR. D. TfOKIUS
Prat I icing Physician,
Office and Rtoidrnn?.
B2D CLOTO, NSBSASSA.
amirSH'c,ial attention given to chronio
fli.ss H. A. JlmiMell,
WoulJ re.pecffnllr inf rm the IaJih of IUJs
Cltfiiil auil v .'.iut 'li't -no w pr"
to exc'ulp orJrr fi r
PLAIN SEWING of all Kinds.
Onhanlrfh-I for.i a ana A.trtratut of
LADIES HATS. .o.
Miss S. A. HUNSELL,
RED CLOUD. - - - - NKli.
LI V E R Y
ST A HLE.
JCMATAJdami Co. Nek.
ARMSTRONG & fifARTiM Bros
LI 112 STOCK.
CASH PAID FOR
CATTLE, niUW. SHEEP.
Of every dxrjp'ion bought sod qA
Red CSnaic, fteb.
In Tlc Di-trict C'urt of th Firt Ju
dicial District ia sai hr Wcbtr
T. P Kfnwrd, C B. Jacr.l-, and R.
W. Jseob. doinx btinc- uwlcr tha
came cf Kcnnard k Jaib tit(n.
John I). Pe&ny and Noah Perry,
latply doine bune?) ondcr name of
Peuncy A; Perry, defendant.
To abo7e nannd defeadaot. Joha D,
Y.dz wiinaie notice tbat on the 26th
day of Novenlr. Jd73, th above
mined plainufw fil J lhtr r-rtuion
agaJnt th alcove nsuirJ defendant,
prayog to rrer th im of Fonr
Hundred and Sentem ISira ni
thirtj-fivs hindredth. ?417.35). on
y justly due thrw opn tratMNorr
aote and oaynt. and in" Je iherr
on from the 4th dayf Sr;'eibcr. 1373.
You are I farther rvifj-J that
upon the wiuk- Jay cf 2n a d ptltlcn
aa order of attachment x Lud out
of said court agai't the gw-J arJ
chattels srd real :kH if iltlenHnv,
ad that a !?vy ha1 Ua tciie npoo tha
projert7 of dtfen-iint
You are nl) catiSd lhl unku yc3
appear afl aner k1 i-?:in&o ra or
before thlWi Moo-Jay afier tk 9tb
day of January, 17 J. xrl pttiiiOB will
ii-r taken a true aryj )uJ;Baat reademJ
KKaed k Jacobs Bans .
By II. S. Kaley, tlr Atty. 244
P f f 10.00
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