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About The Red Cloud chief. (Red Cloud, Webster Co., Neb.) 1873-1923 | View Entire Issue (Jan. 29, 1874)
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S. CAREER & CO.
a.ud a Great Variety of other Articles.
0 DtocV of Drr Goods has hecn se
eded with kpecial reference to the
Wants of tlo People, and consists in
FINK DREfl GOODS, CALICOES,
BROWN A BLEACHED MUS
LINS. PRINTS, CHECKS,
GINGHAM-. &c &
Tk Lndie of WclbbT County and
ate re-p"c:fii!ij iiiritv-1 to examine our
itcw :k. f
in Miying is
th Lartj'fl ami Mtt ('nmpktr ever
brtiuht into Houtlr.vst Nfhra.-ka, and
iil:ic' trill Ls cld ui 1'rict-1 ll.nl
3cfy ConiiiBtition. .''?
W !i keep on hund a Good Stock of
HEAD? MA DM
Of tarious kinds and extra aualitics
aal for wata cither by the suit or tingltt
SUOARS, TEAS, COFFEE, SWOKS,
Aid vcrythitiR cle in that Line.
Canned Fruits in VarietY.
TOBACCO Sc CIGARS.
FLOUR & MEAL,
BOOTS & SHOES-
To to uit the wants or everybody.
We wish to call the attention of the
Public to the fact that we are constant
ly keeping on hand a full aorimcnt.of
Good which we will sell at
"J" -. ---
Fer Cash. Call and look at our Goods
aid do eet fail to inquire the Prices.
S. GARBER & CO.
THE RED CLOUD CHIEF.
Notices in this Column 10 Cents a Line
ea aaMaaMaananaaaaa aaaBKaaa
I". W. TJpion. ISrownrille.
l. "W. Hitchcock, Omaha.
U. S. Senator.
U. S Senator.
H. W. Kurn-. Urowovill.
J. .1. "f;T. Lincoln.
J. 15 H'rftprn. Hcatrisn.
II. A. KV-nis. Col-iinbtH.
J. K. Vebtr RoatriCe.
J. M.McKcnzic. Line In. Sub
Geo. R. Like. Omnlia. Chief Jutiee.
H-iiiM Oant. Nebrmka C;tv.) As - t ,
.Suaucl Maxwell. Plattsiuouth AS"siate Ju"-
J. A. Tulye.
E. I!, .lono.
I. W Tnllcyf.
il. C. Ilsll.
H. S. Inlry.
I.. K. .V urns. I.
IV. K. Thorn.
A. M. Hardy.)
a. w. Uiii.
ArrirsiS and lorarturcs cf Hails at the
Sod Cloud Best 02c.
.Tuniitn ami IteJ Cloud, arrive Tusd.iy nnd
Pri'I-i'. CoV'o-k j). in. Leases Wednesdays
anl Saturday. 7 n. m
Hebron find Kranklin. arrive . going IVrst
Tuesday, and Friday. 0 p. in. Leatut iVedno
daviiMiid Saturdays 7 a. m.
UoisK ban. Arrives Monliyaml Inur-Uayg,
fi p. in. Leaves Tueday ami Vfblist.T n in.
Mr.i'h Cenltr and nl Cloud. Arrive Tueij-diy-fp
in. Leave" Wednesdays 7 a. in.
Jewell ami Red Ooud. Arrives iaturdayj,
12 in. Leaves I p. in.
All persons nwhinc In Reciter litter, will
pl nc hand them in tho evening bulorc the
M. B McXITT. P. M.
Literary Society meets tomorrow.
(Friday) evening. The Primary Elec
tion System, will ho up for discussion.
Come out everybody and make thcc
We learn that on last Tuesday ci-en-inc.
the wife of Mr. Bcardlcy, of Tv-wn
1, Kanec 11, Smith county, Kar.a,
died, cf paralysis, after a fhort illness.
ItF.Kl) Breaking Plows at McNitt's for
La1 Friday evening there wa a social
hop at tho residence of Mr. I). llcfile
i t.i:.. i. o p i.:.
imivur, mi iiiunu i;il-i;n. oimiiu ui iii.t
intimate friends were invited, arid it wn''
prnnnuriced hy all as the pleawintt'ist
party of the season.
Reeh Breaking Plows at McNitt's.
Large lot of Boots mid Shocsjust ar
rival at Gauiier & Go's.
New Goods at McXitt's.
Baskets of all kinds, at McNitt's.
Ladies Wear, at Garrer k Co's.
Smoked Ualiiu't. at Berenzkn's.
Y.rwidu unhloaHied cotton for 12
cfni, at John G. Potter's.
Fancy Groceries, at the NewSlon
Berenzen & Co.
WitiTEFlSH. 12J cens a pound, at
Berenzen Si Go's.
WlineGs.li and Codfish at
Garrer & Go's.
- e m i
Full assortment of Flow Fixtures at
Read card of Maxwell & Dingce,
manufacturers of Lime.
Lat Tucday evening we had tho
pleasure of witnessing the first perform
anco of the ''Amateur Minsitrclof
this place, nndtv'e consider their per
formance remarkably (jod, considering
the disadvantages they had to Jabor
under The pronramme was a good and
varied one, and we think it does credit
to our home talent, in (ho Minstrel "biz.
Boney and Sam, the two end men de
sorvo particular notice, they seem to be
well up in the business, as also does the
middto-uian, who is the right man in the
right place. Tho Programme consisted
of ongs and dances, jokes, A:c, the
pieces were : " 600. 000 Years Ago."
"Ilm Demi.i," "The Haunted House.
"New Recruit," "The Rivals," "Black
Statue." The hoy played to a goud
house, and the audience seemed to en
joy themselves hugeiy. Wo will von
hire to say that if they give another en
tertainment it will bo as well attended
as the first.
Da. SMtTn, of Guide Rock, was in
our office on Tuesday. We learn that
he has gone into the wool crowing bui
nes, and wih him abundant success.
The person that has cot thoe Pouble
treos nnd Neekyoke belnngiug to the
estate of Francis H. Whiui will please
return them fo VA. Smith's Blackstriith
shop, as they are wanted.
30 H. S. KALKY, Executor.
lU:D the advertisement in anotherj
colutun, of the Auction .Sale, of town lots
at Rivcrton. to come, ofl Feb. 1 2th. A
bridce will be built over the Republican,
at that point, during the coming sprinsr,
and th location of the town is such, that
it cm hardly fail to become an impor
? i" ST V 1'
" II kaps " of New Goods at
CrARRER & Go's.
LINCOLN FLOUR. "
Best Flour ever bronsht to theRepul
lican lley, at BERENZEN & Co's
m- ' - ... -f
Rev. Riley went to Guide Eock yes
terday. to begin a series jof meetiisgs ifi
Mr.. Harris, of Farmers ejlfe j 7 " M'"
ofourmoet welcom r;tflSii4J5lXTS; at- PRINT
FACTS 0? HAT7S23.
Editob Cfltrr. Probably tone of th -eadtn
of Thk Chikp would like to bear from the to
called "Bachelor Meiert."
Bachelor Diert i a ? mall scope oi country
on tho weft i ide of Webster county, ou the Re
publicen River, taking in all of teetion six. a
pjrt of lection five, town one. and a part of
(ection thirty-one. town two. r.-vnse twelve, in
Welter county, and a part of tcctionon . town
one. racjr-j thirteen rst; in Franklin county.
It mixht seem f traiige to onto perrons to hear
of pcopli living in a deiert. but there aro small
ipaceeic lh dsert of fertile soil. It appear
that the all-powerful Ruler brins everythiuj
I hare heard it nxirued that there is nothing
en Pirtb but what is here for soino use. acd I
believe it. Koin persons fay that bachelors, a
I-ge a thin ns they fcre. is a nuirancc. but I
sui44 that God know his bainf belter than
omc of the person of this wiy-out wtit know?
it for him.
Those space are too small for the support of
laree fauiliei. conscjucntly I think that so
ninuy of the creeturS called bachelor? were
created on purpose, for tho occupancy o those
spaces, in order to hare the whole of tho coun
try settled up;
I don't so much on bachelors myself, but ns
the saying is, "tell the truth and shame old
Nick." it is better to have the rooJ will of a
dog thaa the bail will; giro the "Jvii hi
duf." even if it takes all the bachelor.
The fit one of those space of which I will
speak, contains 32 acres, is a part of section 5,
town 1. ran i;e 12, wot, and is occupied by Sen
ator Wilson, a robuet stalwart, lisht-h tired
r-andy-whikered. rather quick-tempered good
honest, indnstrinm. cdueated Orangc-stri-ikcn.
bachclo- of about 33Wincrs. Senator Vilfn.
has all ofthirty-tw r.cre under cultivation.
He raised last year 10O bubeh oat. 75 buihols
wheat, 94 buhe's corn.straage to i-ay he fat
tened with n part of the Mme cdrn. fire shoaJji
otuhich h" bii'chiirrd threo at theaje of six
months, which r.vcr.iqed In weigh. 105 pounds
racn. He has on bis premises ttro dwelling
huuees, i!rn-cril, and tho rains of uhen-houso,
t o down Tall of which wh.j cused by a man
trying to burn a fire-break a ouud his ha7 stack
while tho wind was b'owintr a lively gal from
Another ono of tboss poductivo spoM con
tain' 'Si Acts3, an 1 is a part of section 31, town
2. range 12. all nf which il occupied by the Rev.
llr'A a mnn of hish rrnufej
Does all thn good Ua can.
This no ouo should deipmo.
For he's a richcoui" man.
Rev. Kncx has all of the 2.1 acres broke out.
and it yielded a crop for him last year of (VO
bushels of corn, potatoes, pumpkin'. iju.ishe?
plenty of just i-uch ttuft" as bachelors ure.
He h.s n fine tiMin of yuunir mules, a T. P. wait
on. 1 k"g, 2 yearlins calves, a cat. dog, et.
He lives i a dug ut at prcsont. but expects o
build n now homo soon, and sell tho dugout for
a post hole.
lht-re is a rosd
that leads from Rot. Knox's
down the canyon to tho ru-nof O. nter Point.
y the ruins of thut ooro fumous plare. is
er ono in progress, thouch o very peculiar
Hants. In the summer lime in pacing the
n you can sec them sitting by the side of
their house tnlkinto yon a.s if they w- re nskii g
you in, but they aro do ill-munacrly tint when
you start for tho h"uo they always no in Erst
and of course yoi woul i turn back. I cuess
from the look, this part of the desert don'tpro
ducc so wo!la. other pi t, thoiiKh it'maybe the
fault of tho creature that lives there. Yes. I
guois th t i rizht the saying is. "you can tell
a workman by his chips." .The pluc is pretty
wll grown up with weeds. There ar 2o acres
of tho productive portion of tho desert, ill
broke, and a good crop of wild sun flWwers
thereupon. It is a pari of the south 4 of norih
cast and fouth $ of i orlhwcst !f of section six
town 1, rango 12. west, and lis a log houoon it
which is railed the residence of (Je rgo W. l)e
Long. Likely you will know him if you see
him, and you uro very apt to see him, for ho
always prowling about somewhere. He is of
medium size, dark hair, dark fur. on hi' chin.
which he c.ills whiskers, dark eyes, dark com
plexion, in fact he looks as though he might
lrivo lived in tho dark agts ; though never
mind. Mr. Roe live' with him. and is hoped
'hat he will nii'o a cr.ip this year that will
briar him out .f the kinks.
There is one solitary cvorgrcc on tho desert
-nim grass widower. Prof. Chapin occupies
one of thoo spaces which contains 12 acres
ha h is it all broke up. a:id raised last year. 2o0
buhe!s ol corn. Hiid other things in proportion
He has one yoke of work cattle, one cow, sev
eral head ofswine. Ho has n log house at pres
ent, bnt ho is going to build a new frame house
The next residence in rotation, is the solemn
house of Hi;hop Haver. The Hifhop is an cjy.
slow-but-sure. good, hones-, matter-of-fact
bachelor ofthinyone years of age.
Though let him bo so solemn.
He's honos:. just and true.
He'll do tho right wiih every one.
As the world de travels tnrough.
The Hihop says that
Bachi lor he kn-iws is tho best.
Drunken or sober he can go to his rest,
No wife to scold, no children to b-awl.
So happy is mau.who keeps Hschclor'dllall,
'fhu Bishop's favorite song is:
31 y wife will-npithT c urn nor scrub.
She's wont and joined the lazy ciuW.
Leaving jokes, and going to tho Facts of Mat
ters, ths Uifhop is doing about, tho best of any
in the d?trt. His portion of tho vegitabl nnd
(train growing part of the desert. Is ten acre.
-md :s part of the southwest M of swtion-6.
town I. range 12. west. Ho raised 1.7) bushels of
sorn, 50 bushels potatoes, pumpkins, ?lua.-hcs.
to. lie has five head of cattle. H or 10 h ad of
swine, and three dozen chickens. 17 hens and 19
rosters. The Eishop sa thct now he '.as all
the mi k, butter and hen fruit he can make use
of.' that variuinK r not so bad as they wore
last winter. He is very seldom heard to swear,
but he was at one time heard say
'NtreatioI now. and tc.iti Hy durn,'
'I he time the skunk cot in his churn.
Ho w. p:i-iti hi- time in a lively dream.
While tlie-kuak was drowning in his churn
Next and last come the happy looking resi
dence of Mr 31. Shaw, a fine Scotehtnan. a
bachelor oi 30 summers, good looking, industri
ous, etc One thU girls back east would raakc.
believe he was nothing but i boy. bnt plenty
old enough to mrry. 3Ir. Shaw does not farm !
tonverj great extent, as he is a stone m.voM.
He let his place Ht year, troro which he re
ceived 100 bushels corn. 10 bushels potatoes, and
plenty of bichelorfoed. pumpkins, suna hcs. tc.
Mr, Shaw has to his pan of the personal prop
erty ol the desert, one cow. thre head of swin.-1
chickens, etc. lie is g ing to build for hinuelf
a grout hou-e neit s iranisr.
More of the so-called dccrt is going to be
tried for production, next spring, productive or
no productive, they are bju- ! to try it
Mr. Shaw is peing to brake, or have hrke, 10
acres. Bishop Haver 10 acres. Prof. Chapin 30
acres. DeLong 10 a. res. Rcr. Kaax 6 or 3 acres.
Senator Wilson dor S acre.
As the inhabitants of Ba-helor's DecrU are
consiierd the zmt missrable on earth, they
request the sympathies of the people of the sur
I rust that none will take o3ene at this rroso
For I'm o ly writing to pas away the time.
And in conclusion t win sar. if should there
That thej can just cjH upon Mr.
J" C P. 0. T. P.
X Reids Neb.
If you want a fitt-cii-s shave, call at
Burr Hanna's Shaving and Hair Dre-s-ing
Room, at the Yallej- House, where
he is ever ready to attend to customers.
Rev. C. RlLKY came home from an
appointment on Monday morning last,
to find. visitor in the family who evi
dently intends to take up a permanent
,ta.ii1.mm In ilia LnncoknlA Tr m ..l
Jokw G. Pottkk4.
A 7ISIT TO 7IAXSXJS C0IT7.
Early in the present week we cut
we cut loose from the cares of business
nnd took a trip to Franklin, tc see and
learn what wc could of our sister county
of the Valley.
Ou- route lay up thJ magnificent bot
tom lands bordering the Republican, un
til Riverton. in Franklin coun'y was
reached. This thriving little villiaee i
beginning to wake up to the importance
of he- situation, and a soon a" spring
opf'ns there will be a large number of
building' erected. From Riverton west
ward, the highway passe? over some
hilly, but very fertile count ry, for two
or three mile?, and then strikes one nf
finest section of prtiitie to be found in
the Slate. The surface is smooth or
gently undulating prairio, well watered
with beautiful streams of pure water, at
intervals of from one to two miles apart.
The country along the valley is noarjy
all taken up by settlers, except what be
longs to the different railroad companies,
having an interest in the county. A
number of the settlers have improved
their claims to a considerable extent,
now have fine farui3 in a good state of
cultivation. ' .
Ten miles west of Riverton, and in
the center of the county, is situated the
town of Franklin, thd preent county
'Cut of Franklin country. The progress
of tlii town ha- b-jen retarded tome
what by a contest for the covinty seat,
between itself aud Bloomingtnn This
jie-tion will have to be settled before
long, and then if permanently located at
Fianklin, the town will rapidly improve
The .situation is a beautiful om next to
Red Cloud, the finest in the "V alley.
Located on a level l'iich of upland
prairie, a fine view up and down tho
VsiHcy, and of the country on thj south
side of the river, can be had at a glance.
The fir.it tiling of importance to us,
in the place, (for we were feat fully hun
gry) was the
kept by George Buck, Jr., who ia as
genial, whole-souled and hospitable a
landlord as the whole valley affords. Mr
Buck has a large interest in the town
site and was one of the early .settler in
the county. We commend his house to
all who like good fate and accommodt
tious. TINICHAM rros.
have a fair stock of merchandise, con
cisting of everything needed in the
country, and aro doing a good business
judging from appearances. We priced
several articles of staples, nnd fiud that
goods are cheap there as in many places
of greater pretensions, and more com pes
has a stock of groceries which he deals
out to all callers at living rates.
II. Patter-on is running a Boot & Shoe
Shop, and the iron business is represent
ed by V. II. Hanson and M. B. Worth
ington. .MILS. 3IARY ASHRY
is keeping a first class boarding house.
Mr. R. L. Beavers has a good steam
saw mill in close prrximity to the town.
D. L. Ashby, Esq., has lately settled
in the place and will take up the leg il
profession. Mr. Ashby is a gentleman
of experience and education, and will be
a real acquisition to tho county.
We alno formed the acquaintance of n
iargc number of citizen?, among whom
we may mention J. A. Perry, the oblig
ing and efficient county clerk ; J. E.
Simmons, Co. Treaurer, L. M. Moid
ton Probate Judge ; C. B. Childs,
School Supt.; T. F. A-hby, Surveyor;
Dr. Weton, and others. Also Mr.
James Greenwood, who has a choice
claim near town, and who was we be
lieve, the first settler in the county.
Mr. Buck, with the obliging manner
for which he is noted, kindly hitched up
his team and gave us a whirl up the
road for four and a haif miles, where we
found the town of Blooniiqaton, and we
made a call on the Guard. Bro. Huff
man is working at a disadvantage, but
succeeds in gcttinc out a neat, lively
paper, which deserve all the patronace
it can get. We saw and pished a. few
words with Mr. Calhoun, formerly editor
and publisher of the Brnwnville Demo
crnt, but at pre-ent engaged in running
a steam saw mill.
Onr time was limited, nnd we had trt
return, without learning much of any
thine about the business and prospects
of the place. At Franklin we were
obliged to remain a couple of days,
which passed plca'antly, and finally
found ourself back at Red Cloud, which
still suits us a well a any place.
At some future time wo hope to be
able to write up our neighboring county,
at greater length, and in better syle.
The county is as rood as any in the Yal
ley, and is rapidly ftlline up with the
right kind of men, and our experience
in that direction ha. thus far been very
TnE Rev. Mr. Riley will praach at
the Batin School House at 10:30 a. m.,
Feb. 1st. All are invited to attend.
Jas. Alexander left yesterday for
his o d home in Yilli-ca, Iowa. We
can't tell whether Jim is going to get
married or not, bat think the chances
ire in hi favor.
Yesterday, Mr. W. F. Coyle, of
Harmony, called. He thinks his locality
the best in the world, and he is about
richt Harmony precinct does contain
some of the best land in the county.
Last week Levi 3Ioore, .Esq.. return
ed from Iowa, feeling that Nebraska is
the better place of the two.
Auction sale of Town Lots, at River
loB, FrankHn Co.. Neb., on February
1'Jth. A d chance for iovestment.
Bali.ou's Magazine for Febru
ary; The February number of Bal ou.
Magazine is ret:.arkable for its variety,
and tho amount of reading mat t-r which
it affords for the low price of 15 cents
Mncle copies and only t 50 per year.
Some of the lwt stones of the ta-iu
are to be found in this really meritnriou
magazine. It tives So much lor t
money that we do hot wonder its circula
tion now exceed; 50,000 per mouth, so
we have the satisfaction of knnwimr that
the public really appreciate jrood literary
merit. A nice little Chronm is jjiven to
each subscriber of Bailou's Macazine,
and no one has to wait months for the
picture, as sometimes nappeas Mere
i a li-r of contents for the February
number. Just tee what a treat is in
store for the reader: "The English
Frince and Rus-ian 1'rince.v.s :" "A
Curious Bird;" "French Shepherds;"
"The Wanderer;" " Capt-sin Aiick's
Legacy;" "The AnH of the Wilder
ne;" "The Yalentine ;" " Curiosities
of Superstition;" "Sui"rised by Man
eho": "C-darwald;" "An unfortu
nate Match ;" "The New Test orChfr
alrv;" " By the Sad Sea Wave;"
"Our Young People's Story-Teller
I'ila Grey, or. Twice an Orphan;" Go
ing to the Circu;" "Ruthven's Puzzle
Page;" "Curious Matters ;'' "The
Housekeeper;" "Facts and Fancies;"
i'ih... n r.,:, ...: ii.,.....,,..-
IJU VWUIIIUI IU1V .ll IIUUIU1UU1
Picture.") Address ThojiEs &. Tal
bot, 36 Bromfield fStreet, Boston, Mass.
From Mr. Neff, we learn that Mr.
KAley, County Superintendeut."viltcd
the school, in District No. II. Mr.
Kaley put the school through an exam
ination through the various branches
taught, with satiafaetory results. Miss
M. E. Downes, the teacher, has been
very succe--ful in awakening the interest
oi ncr pupils in meir stumes. in tne
evening Mr. Kaley (''divered an address
to the school and p.ttrons, which is
highly spoken of by those who were
M. L Thomas called yesterday, and
gives the report that Elm Creek is hold
ing things level. A Literary Society U
in operation, and conducted iri ari enter
taining and interesting manner, with
debates, Sic, and a well conducted paper.
Hope they will exchange with the Chief.
At ail times we are willingand ever
anxious tc receive and publish communi
cafious from any part of the county.
Thjs is nccessiry in order to represent
the county instead of any one locality.
LBut, we mu.-t cnler a protest against
communicotians beiti.uf strung out to an
inordinate length. We have made men
tion of this subject several times, and
now wish it to hafuVy understood that
communications vivit be kept inside of
proper bounds. Five closely written
pages of commort note paper, cr three
pages of large letter paper is the outside
limit as to length, and if enough 'cannot
be said in that spaco make another arti
cle. We are thankful for favors of the
kind, but arc compelled to request that
letters for publication be short.
We are glad to state that our sub
scription list has been rapidly increasing
during the last month." We arc making
preparations to discard the "patent"
outside and in a month or two will en
deavor to publish the cntiro hcet at
A?3ICAN GOLDEN WILL6W.
The best Willow for live fence, hedge,
or wind break, and is highly ornamental.
Grows on all kinds of soil equally well.
For sale at $2.25 per thousand, by
D. S. HELVE KX,
2G-13w Red Cloud, Neb.
Mils Jones is now prepared to give
Music Lessons, either Instrumental or
Vocal. All persons desiring instruction
in musjc will please call on Mrs. A. M.
Jones, who will give Jessons at reason
able charge. 26td
Z. P. Karl has on hand for sale about
Seventy Bushels of Whire Wheat, care
fully cleaned for seed. Give him a call.
Residence, four miles, east of Red
Cloud, near the main road.
Theke will be a meeting of the
Board of Managers of the Webster Co.
Agricultural Society, at the office of the
Chief, on Saturday, February 7th, at 1
o'closk p. m. It is hoped that, a full
R.urd will be present, as many matters
of importance to the Society will come
up for action. LEVI Moore,
Weekly Report ofScloot in Dit.
No. 2, Red Cloud, for the week ending
Wednesday. Jan. 23. 1S74.
No. attending school 64.
No. not absent J day 45.
iN O DOl HXQ3' 4
jlnll of Htuior. Luella Baldwin, Cora
Baldwin. IvJra J. Ludlow, Fannie Bar
ber, John Reilly, Frank Sleeper. Fred
Sleeper, Elmer Potter, Sarah Tulleys.
Eliza Tulleys. Elvira MunselL
C. W. Springer, Teacher.
FURS I FURS!
Highest market price raid in cash for
Hides and Furs of every dicription.
30td Guide P.wk. Neb.
WOOD ATO 712222 VQ71ZZ
AH persons who have cut wood or
timber on the fractional part of Sec. 12,
Town 1, Range 11 west, Webster Co.,
or hauled the same from the Timber
Land, bordering on the Republican river,
and Ling cast of the Bridge, oa said
described part of Sec. 12, have taken
private property, and converted the
same to their own use. Now this notice
is to iovite all such persons to inventory
such property, and report to me by mail,
or, personally at Juniata, on or before
Feb. 10th, next, for wttlement, or they
will be required to risk the pains a&d
penalties of violated Ljat.
A. G. CAREY,
Ry Cmas. KiLBuax, Ages'-
James Murphy, on Baiklo creek,
eight miles wet of Red Cloud Iras Hun
garian Grass Seed for sale at resnable 1
32 Town Lots in the village of
Oa Thirsiay, F-rzirr 12Ut. 1871
Merchmt5. ?Iccbanic, and other?,
will find this a rate opportunity to locate
and settle in one of the most eligible
towns on the Republican valley, by at
tending this sale.
Rivcrton, Franklin Co., Nebraska, i
situated at the mouth of Thompsjn's
Creek, on the Republican river, abo on
the mail route from Lowell on B. & M.
R. R., to Ellsworth, tanas, on K. A
P. R. II., surfonnded by a rich farming
country. Coal and other minerals have
been found, in, and around the Town
site. No greater chance can bo ofTered
to those that wih for a home than this.
Terms made known on day of fale.
For further partieuliis address me at
Riverton. Franklin Co.. Neb.
ARCHIBALD K. KIN NEAR.
Red Cloud Retail Market
CORRECTED WEEKLY UY (1ARHER & CO.
Crushed Sugar, for a dollar
A Ci'fFee Sugar-
C ijotiee buc.ir...
Yellow Colfee Sugar
ljrk Brown Sugar...-..
Choice Rio Coffee.
Gunpowder Tea per lb ..
You tic Hyson
Smoked Side Meat
Flour. Beatrice Cream of tho Valley 3.40
do XXXX, Hebron -- 3.l!5
Red Flannels 40(ai60
W bite do 50(n.f0
Twilled do 60 "
Brown Shirting 131S
Sprague and Merrimac Prints IL'J
Common Prints 10
Brown Demins 25
Will 17 S
Heavy Brown Ducking !!530
Stripe " " 18(al!5
Heavy Boots 4 50(15 50
Light Boots 4 506 25
Heavy Shoes. 2 25(e2 75
J 1111$ J j Vr
Five Hundred Green
back In Exchange fat
Consisting in part ot
T I N W AR E.
CARPENTER aud MASONS
TOOLS, NAILS of ALL KINDS
AND SIZES.CARPENTERS CHALK
A N D B L U E,
TAPE LINES. A
SPADKS, SHOVELS HOES,
SCOOPS, HAY KNIVES, FORKS,
RAKES. BLASTIFG POWDER,
RIFLE FOWDFR, CART
RIDGES, ALL SIZES,
COARSE & FINE
Farm Implement a Stecalrty
TABLE fc POCKET
SILVER PLATED TABLE and TEA
The Beit aid Cheapest
REEO BREAKING PLOW.
It is sot seoesstfry to eawserate trerj
thing os kaBd, bat snlfece to sy that
j aay article hj onr Hoe can ba had at the
Chtnpcs Prion ksown in the Wen.
M. B McNITT,
RMP CLOUB, - - NEBRASKA.
J. D. POST, Preprietor.
Having fitted np lire SlabU it prvparW
at all time to farnha room andfewi far UtMi
Lirary rift on short notic.
Stable Wcr. cf tht Taller X&M,
2ei Clrei. Kibrtika.
Everything don In th matt sirtlifa imi
workmanlike mmnitr. nratly and llh di
patch. Ouuntry work svlieitvd ana rrodac
Ufc.cn in exr&ange- -t4
J. P. It NOTARY PUBLIC,
BI72270K, Fnsilis Ca, Nea.
CoaTtyaeeihf and all matter rertainisf U
Kel Estate or o' her Ptity brStfri
ly and fr"PrIj iecutH.
Pra-epti Filnj: Specalit.
DR. D. MORRIM
Office and Resident,
am cloud, ysmss
ir Special attcction givctl (o chroaie
diseases. 'ai 24
ifliMH M. A. TfuiiNcll,
Woutd rospectfully inforui tho LaJin of Ri
Cloud and vicinity that the Is pr
to execute orders fur
PLAIN SEWJN6 of all Kinds.
On hand and for fin utortnital f
LADIES HATS. Ae,
Miss S. A. RUNSELL,
fin McNitt's Uullding.J
RKD CLOUD. ---. NEB.
JUNIATA, Alum C: Neh.
ARMSTRONG k MARTIN Bres
CASH PAID FCTR
CATTLE, HOGV, SHEKr.-
Of every decription bought and old
Re4 latf, Xl
In The Dilrict Conrt of the Firt Ju
dicial District in and for Webster
T. P. Kenntrd, 0. B. Jacob, asd R,
W. Jacob, doing btji;i ovier the
same of Keenard k Jaob.t Broe.
John D. Pcncey and Noah Perry.
lately doinc busine' under name of
Penney & Perry, defendant.
To abire named defendant, Jd:n D.
You will take notice that on the 2Gtn
day of Noreailer. 1873, jhe bjT
named plaintiffs tied their petitioa
agaimt the above aamed dtfendaati.
praying to recover the sura of Four
Hundred and Seventeen thfln and
thirty-fira hundredth. (417.991, e
ey jastly doe tbem apoa ptmtrntf
note ana acooant. aoil interest dwi ik'
on from the 4th day of Septcaaner, 173.
Yon are alo farther BCuaV-d that
Haoa the tame day ef fiiiag mii petttsetj
aa order of attaeaseat wan rted i
of laid coart agakti tkt faoJ) a4
chaUels and real easate ef defendant,
and that a levy ban see av4e apaa tha
pmprty of defendant.
Yoa are iio aeeifeal tfcataaleae ya
appear and anwer amvi petkioa oa or
before the Thiri Mrday aftar tha 9tk
&j ef Jaasiry. 1874, Mid aetiaoa wfll
be uken a tree and jadgaMst nnitni
ftfoordindy. HrYm h. Jra BSAtL.
iBf BL 8. Kaiag. thr A4
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