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About The Red Cloud chief. (Red Cloud, Webster Co., Neb.) 1873-1923 | View Entire Issue (Feb. 12, 1874)
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. Is BUSINESS DIRECTORY
ATTORNEY AT LAW,
I0T1ET PUBLIC A1TD SEAL ES7AT2
Red Cloud, Neltrasha.
Will negotiate tb isle of School Bon da, ke.
f9Special Agent for School Furni
ture. County Superintendent of Public In
struction. J. R WILLCOX,
"" ATTORNEY AT LAW; "
H0TA3Y PUBLIC & BSALS3TATB
RED CLOUD - - - - NEBRASKA.
-Homwteadg and Pre-emrtion recured.
Special attention given to paping taxei at a,
CASH PAID FOR COUNTY WARRANTS.
LEE S. ESTLIili,
Attorney & Counselor at Law,
ANB-IBEAL ESTAT3 AGENT.
RED CLOUD NEBRASKA.
Will buy and sell Real Estate on commictiou
and pay Taxes for non-riiidenta.
S-.Sjecial attention'givun to th location of
Coder tho act of JanctfUh. 1872.
Claitna conte-ted. and all manner of bminc
before the U.S Land Office attended to with
promptnet and di'patch
LOCAL AS2NT;rOB 3. LIL B. B. LANDS.
Immigration Aent for Wetsier Co.
A. H. BOWEK. JA8. LAI III).
BOWEIV Sc LAIRD,
Attorneys at Law
I- Will practice in all the Court of
JUNIATA - - - KE33ASZA
G. D. PROCTOR, Proprietor,
The Traveling Public Will find this ITotel io
be first clais in every respect.
49Carriaire runs daily to Bolvicerc, thoncar
et Station on the St. Joe & D. C It. K.
Watchmaker & Jeweller
BED CLOTOJ WEBSTEB COUKTYrSB
lfiy"Piirticnlar attention given to Re
pairing Fine Watches and
I. W. TUM.EYS,
Besidence'Onc Mile East of BedXlouiX
Dr. T, B. WllLIAMS,
IU. S. Examining Surgcou for rensions.Ba
Tenders his services to the Public and
will attend to all Professional calls.
F. P. REED,
Surveyor & Civil Engineer,
HEAL ESTATE AGENT.
RED CLOUD, NEB.
Will promptly attend to all business en
trusted to his eare. Corners
established, lines run. &c
t&Citff Civil Engineering a Specialty.
Repairing done orr short notier, in the
best style aud at.reasonablc rates.
S. IT. Ludlow
Idow prepared to do all kinds of work
The best of materials used, and all
Dome on short notice and at reasonable
Shop in McNrrrrs Store.
Red Clnd NeferatKa.
Red Cloud Mills.
Feeti and Meal constantly on
MrCastom Work Warranted.
J. Q. POTTER & BRO.,
1ED CLOTD, KEB.
valley House i
Rei Cloud. Nibraska.
JOS, C. WARNER, - - - Prepietor.
TU Hotel k eBtlrelr-w. karirtr bB built
Jt yrcsevt mwi, and k filed up witk regard
COXFOST 8B CCXTS3E3VCZ.
BOARD BX THE DAT t WEEK
At reasosable rate.
A larte and commodiru eTTONB' STABLE
ktiatT bMH added to the preniMK '
THE RED CLOUD CHIEF.
- - - Editor.
-tz- ..- - -
From all parts of the State and country res
pectfullj solicited .
Weilonolr'tdananraiou! letters ami com
munications. The name nrd sddrejs of the wri
ter are in all cases indispensr 1c. a a puirauty
of good faith.
WHILE other villages and counties
arc advertising their fertile lanl.-, and
giving prominence to every inducement
that will entice the surplus strength and
energy of overcrowded eastern town.-, to
settle iu their vicinity, we in the Repub
lican valley, feel that we too have suiue
thing of which to bo;f-t.
Our bottom laridt and rolling praiiie?
are not inferior to the best iu the Sta-e.
We are yet young iu our experience, but
enough has already been verified to
show that for the faruier who attends to
his little domain, as a thrifty laboring
citizen thoul.l, there is au abundant hai
vest in store. The laud-hoider i- the
prince of our country, if he be a faruier
and unites hi-t energies and wealth fur
the good of the country and eociety.
Here lie ran foul ample rooth to labor,
to expeiiuient, and prove Wis Wealth by
making our bioad prairies "blossom like
the rose." Here "laudleas men" cau
find land, and own h by .settling and im
proving it. aeu a. No liner climate is
found on the continent, the atmosphere
beiog dry, aud no swanipi or fogs to en
gender aiubiiou. diseases. Aa to min
etalj, coal is iVauil in mauy plu.ue.-i, and
no doubt when Hpring opeus that it wilt
be found in paying iu;inritius. Lime
stone aud saudstone are found plentifully
Thrifty, earnest, and intelligent citi
.... .., ,i : .1 1 ,
ns are what is wanted to s.ttle this
county and surrouuding tcrriton'. Al
ready our little town is enlarged beyond
tho numbers of many eastern tuwns, but
there is yet room for more. Red Cloud
is destined to grow and become oue of
the most enterprisiug towns iu the valley.
A nucleus is already formed which can
not fail to attract to itself a greater in
crease of energetic, taleutcd aud self
reliant meu who will make it a city of no
mean importance. Let our citizeus be
awake to every interest which tends to
add to ourj,rosnerit3', always watching
for the main chance, and uniting
our efforts, never separating
our interests, we may yet more
strongly prove to the world thi vast
wealth and hidden treasures which yet
lie undiscovered on the "lireat Ameri
Sfceop Baisin?: in G&33 Csaatj.
Editor Exiuk-s: As sheep hus
bandly is becoming oue of the leading
industries of Nebraska, anything on the
subject showing the profitableness there
of, will, I take it, prove of interest to
the sheep farmer, especially to those
living east who contemplate engaging in
the business in our State. A geutlemau
of large experience in the business, has,
at my request, kindly furnished me with
some important data on the subject
whieh is in part submitted below. I refer
to Mr. Myers-, who live six miles north
01 Beatrice, on lmiiai) Ureek. lie is a
practical sheep giowerr as intimated, and
does not inJu'ge in fanciful speculations,
but being eminently practical his state
ment can be relied on implicitly.
For an actual estimate of the proGts
of sheep growing. Mr. M. has given a
true statement of a flock of 1,000 head ;
and it will bo observed that he has esti
mated tho expense somewhat higher
than necessary. For instance, hay ean
be secured generally at a less figure than
$3 per ton. But I wil. let him speak
To 100 tons hay at 3a 00, $100 CO
" 500 bash. Oats in heaf, 100 Cm
" hcnling 8 months, lo0 W
" wajh'tf, abear'g and aack'g wool. 2no 00
" salt 1 lb. per month. ill C)
" Iomcs at 2 per cent., 70 0u
" one man 4 months, (winter). 10Ju0
1 month, ,-SiHO
Total expeac, 3355 0
By 4.5001bs wool, tOots. S1.S01 f0
" 40U Iambi, I.im) oj
jU-m tho cost. I'&Oft
Total profit. S1.SI3 00
It will be furthor observed that in the
above calculation everything n done by
hired help. Of course, where tlie farm
er does his own work, much of tire ex
pense for taking care- of hay, and all
winter care, at least cati be s'-vetl.
The above showicg is certainly very
encouraging to the sheep grower. Mr.
Mvere claitnt that sheep inhis State
are absolutely free from diseases of auy
kind. W. II. SoilEHS.
A DARINO robbery was committed
Jan. 31st, on the Iron Mountain railway
at Gad's Hill, Mo., by a set of despera
does, who are gaining a notoiiety for
their boldness and schemes for evading
ju-tice. The train was switched off the
track, the conductor ordered to keep
qaiet to which he tamely submitted. The
mail, express car, and passengers were
all robbed, "to the anfounr of several
thousand dollars, after which the villains
quietly took their, leave. Bow much
loncer are we to hear of such outrages
on the public, and no arrests of the gui.ty
C. L. Mather., editor of the Red
Cloud ClJiEF, was in the city yesterday.
He came in from the Republic-ia Valley
a fgw days siaee and civea gfowinc ac
count of the progroa of the town of Rid
Cloud, and th rapid fettlenest and de
velopment of the western iart cf the
state. The Red Cloud CllIEF w one of
our liveliest exchanges, and is always Ib
terestine to its readers. State Jonnial.
The report that a san named Moore
was has at Rttlo is denied. If some
of the sCBsatieeal news gatherers were
served as they reported he was it would
be a bkrang to the ccaaujuaity. Fair-
Elm Cuecs, Webster Co., Neb.
Ed.Cihki' In view of the fact that
there will in all probability be a heavy
) iuiniigrationlto the Republican valley in
tue spring, we ieu iiuu u is even- uue
duty, who his an in erestia the giowth
and future prosperity of the county, to
represent their respective localities1.
iu the south part of town 3, R. 10,
there are yet teveral de-irable prairie
claims vacant, handy to timber and
water, only waiting for some enterpris
ing pcr-on, to convert tnciu into une
farms and compilable homes. Space
will not admit of 0 r gtvinz a de-crin:icn
of the country, soil and local advantage-.
Any one desirous of emigrating to this
part of the valley, can obtain all ueeded
information by addressing
Red Clqu1, Neb.
Ofkick oftiikSkcretarv of)
TtlESsTATBC'KXr AL. MaNAUEUS. j
Plvttsmoutii, Neb., Feb. 3d. 1S74.
Ed Ciuf.f: lam directed by the
Board of "sta'c Centennial Managers,"
to requtsi you to pre?Ciit the following
'resolutions' before your Board ol Co.
Commi-sioners, and a.-k their immediate
attention and prompt action in the mat
ter, by appointing some active represent
ative man iu their county, as a member
of the "otate Centennial Board, viz:
liesoheil : Thn there bi formed a
"State Criitennial Board of Nobra-ka,"
to consist of one representative from each
orguiiz-'d county in the Suae.
Hcsolced : That the County Commis
snmers of the several counties, be re
quested to recommend to the Governor
of the State, a suitable iiorson to act as
a member of tiioijtate Centennial Board,
rind if the County Commissioner shad
fait to recommend a member for their
county on or befo-e March 1st. 1S74,
then the Stat Centennial Managers
ha 1 proced t fill tho vacancy.
lctdm : That in wse of a vacancy
occuiiingin any of the counties, the
County Commissioners shall forthwith
procetd to nominate a suitable nersou to
fill said vacauey, and iu eae of their neg
lect or refusal to do so, th it the State
Centennial Managers at oucc fill the
Resalced: That the Secretary of the
State Centennial Managers, be and he is
hereby instructed to notify the County
Clerk of this action of the State Centen
nial .Managers, and ak the prompt con
sideration of the same by the County
Commissioners of their several counties.
Robert W. Fduxas,
Attest: Daniel Wiieblek,
P. S. If no meeting of the County
Commissioners is to be held prior to
March l.-t, after the receipt of this no
tice, please call special meeting of the
Board to consi fer it. D. II. V.
Cronncc's Bill to Tas 3. B. Lands.
The following i-, the text of the Rill
introduced by Hon. L Crounse, ol this
state, which was read twice, referred to
Comtnitte on Public Lands and ordered
to be printed :
A Bill declaring lands heretofore grant
ed to certain railroad companies subject
to State taxation :
lie it enacted lj the State, and Ilnuze
of Representatives of the United States in
Con (j 1 ess mtcmliloi. That no provision
contained in either the act entitled i'An
act to aid in the con-tiuction of a rail
road and teh'granh from the Missouri
river to tin- Pacific Ocean, and to secure
to the Government the use of the same
for postal and military purposes," ap
proved July 1st, eighteen hundred and
sixty-two, or the act amendatory there
to, approved July second, eighteen
hundred and sixty-four, shall be so con
strued as to exempt from taxation be
Slate authority Jands which eithorofthe
companies in said acts mentioned, or its
successors, shall have earned by the con
struction of its road, or any parts there
of, providid. That such road or parts
thereof ha!l have been Grst accepted by
the United States in the manner in paid
acts prescribed ; aud taxes assessed, after
the pas-age of this act, upon lands own
ed by said companies, or their successors
or either of them, shall be valid as
against any claim or title of the United
Slates in or to such lands.
Sec. 2. That if any company entitled
to said lands or parts-thereof shall fail to
piy the costs ol surveying and selecting
the same, or the land officer's fcea, the
purchaser of any of .viid lands at tax sale
may pay such coH and fees due upon
the lands by him purchased to the proper
officer, and thereupoo letters patent
shall issue to said company, conveying
said lands to it, but subject to the legal
rights and title of such tax-sale pur
chaser. The following ' pome " is going- the
rounds of tire pre.u, and is to good to be
lost : The drummers came down like
wolves on the fold : their toes were all
f fro.-ted, their noses all cold. Their
weatherpeeled bugles soon shone in the
town ; they gobbled the money and
salted it don; then took a few orders,
and lit ont of here, their heads full of
business and skins full of beer."
' Linger not, darling' she said to
hiui. as he stood nn the stoop pressing
her hand before he bade her fareeU
for the eveuin?. He did not linger.
He paw the old man coming up the
street at a rapid gait. He lingered only
long enough to pull hi bat down over
his eve. hi;it on his hands", and then
jumped to the f-idewalk. The old man j
iiojs were suuu ueavy uuuia. jjiucjenu-
Leslie, the forger, broke jail at Gib
hon, Buffalo Co , a few days ago, and
left a letter stating that he mipht "re
turn sometime when eatables are pJeo
tier." We dreamed a dream the other night
when all aroand was still. Throne h
stately halls we wandered, and gated
upon the mystic beauties of dreamland.
W e lived in a land where all was sun
shine; no snow, no sorrow, no care nor
imin All was peace, and happiness.
Bngbt flowers bloomed aocea?iugiy:
sweet birds warbled aire caogbt from
heaven. Fountain threw up their cry
tal rays in the runshine; the air wa
heavy with a thousand sweet odors.
Groups ot sculpture, ssch as mortal
hand never wrought, are before as ; glad
voices sing out is merriment; lover forms
glide in the giddy mazes of the dancer
fairy fiugers sweep the harpstring. All
is joy, and we receive a blow ander the
short ribs, and a voice front oat tne dark
ness comes to our ears," "Do get up and
let that dog Out!" We immediately
got ap and let the canine cat. West
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Address JOHN M. TAGGART Agt.
30 " Palmyra, Neb.
Has fitted up his New Stone Building
RILLI VItl HAUL.
?No Liquors sold on the Premises.
Just the place to enjoy this Popular Game in a
nice, nuiet manner.
Boot A Shoe Shop
In Webster County.
JORff S PARK
Wishes to inform the Public generally
that, he is prepared at all times to take
orders and manufacture all kinds of
Boots & Shoes
In the Best Possible Style.
J&"Fine Calf Boots made to order and
Perfect Fit Warranted-
Repairing tn Short Notice.
SZD CLOUD. ITSSSAStA.
Piatt's " Piatt's
And yon will get them cheaper than
MifEE ! LiJIE ! !
Maxwell L Dingee
Wiaa to if n tfca public tt tW aare
Bade exteanve preawatiom to aaataetxrt
Lima, aad will leer- oa Bud a
teawttkaaetaaaJaoftaaysBlie. wkici will
e aald at -eaaUe raaea.
ker tke Place
Surveyor of Webster County.
Will pram tly atttnd to all rail.
Order ffr work may b left at Clork oEco
In Coart Hoi. at Rei Cloud.
Po.t Otce addreja Well. Wetrer Co.. Neb-30-tf
OE033E 3UCS, Jus., T20P3IETCI,
Good Accommodations, Livery and
CARPENTER & BUILDER,
Sei Closi, etrasia.
I prepnrtvl to make estimate and take eon
tracts for all kinds of building. Z7-td
JOSEPH A. PEERV,
TAX-PA YIXG A GEXT.
FSAKZE2X CITY, Fraailia Cratj Xdb.
1 OLDEST ,
IX RED CLOUD.
Opposite Garher Jk Co.
DRUGS, STATIONARY, FINE
PURE WINES & LIQUORS,
And the thousand and one things usually
kept in similar establishments con
stantly on hand and for salo
CHEAP FOR CASH.
Call and See.
Chewing, Smoking, Tobacco,
CAME I) FRUITS
OF ALL KINDS,
Hg-Yrfis-h Laccr Beer from " Antelope'."
Brewery, constantly on hand.
RED CLOUD, NEB.
NOW IS THE BEST TIME
The B & M. R. R. LANDS
IN WEBSTEB CO. NKB.
Aro now in market, and are offered at
low rates and ON TEN YEARS' TIME to
actual settlers, at rates varying from
$1.50 to $5,00 per acre
With a liberal deduction for cash in
ThcHC lands arc among the best in
the Republican Valley, and are
UNSURPASSED FOR FERTILITY
and beauty of Location.
RED CLOUD - - - NEB.,
LOCAL ASSIST FOB WZBST22 COUNTY,
Will at all times be ready to give all
information in regard to location of land,
terms of payment, ko.
THS F0LL0W7K9 SS7EACTS
From the Circulars of the B. & M. R.
R Co., will in a measure, explain their
terms and the advantages offered.
The purchaser can pay cash, or di
vide the amount into three equal parts,
paying one-third down, one-third in one
year, and one-third in two years, with
intcres at ten per cent, annually; or he
can have ten years' time in which to
make up the ram by small annual pay
ments at six per-cent. interest.
Most bay on this latter plan of
TEN YEARS' CREDIT!
In which case the purchaser fays
at the outset one year's interest at six
per-cent- on the price. He makes three
other payments, each of nx per cent
at the coninwocmeat of the socond,
third and fourth years. At the coibbkbc
ment of the fifth year, he payn eae
Kventh of the piradpal aad one yean
interest on the remainder, aad the aaaie
at the eommencatewt of each sacecsMve
year until all has been paid at the end
of ten years. Asy buyer can pay is fall
at any time and get a warranty deed free
of all incsmbraoce.
Buyers on our long aad geaerow cred
it of tea yfrir. are expected ta settle
and improve their land at their earliest
convenience, say within oaa or two yeirs
o as to improve aboat three tcatks of
the land bought, withia three yeari froa
date of parehaae.
aTRetter tenas have never beea of
fered and probably sever will ba.
9We iavite eaaipariaM aad defy
A. CARBER & CO.
DRY GOODS AND GROCERIES,
Boots A Shoes.
Hats and Caps,
And everything usually kept in country ttores.
Give us a call, riaminc rood, inquire prices, and b convinced that ta Wt
place to trade b AT HOME.
ISTE W STORE NEV STOR t
JOttK BERENZE , CO.
Take pleasure in informing the citiaens of Red Cloud, and the PubKa
that they have opened out ami have on hand a new and .complete stock cf
Staple St Fancy Groceries
Of every name and variety, selected
the People or ot the licpublican V alley.
CALL AN SEE OUR STOCK.
We have, also, a fine Stock of
DRY COODs, Boots & shoes-
JBERKNZEK Co., Ilcdi CUud, Neb.
-. . 1 . . , ,, ., , , , , u m , , i ,. 1 .,.. ,, 1. ! 1
JOHN G. POTTER
Takes this method to Inform the PUBLIC that he has Jus!
opened up a new and complete Stock of
DRY COODS & GROCERIES;
Consisting m part
CALICOES. PARK, LIGHT A PINK,
CHAM KICKS. DKLAINKS. LAWNS,
DRESS TRIMMINGS & LININGS.
CORSETS Jk SKIRTS, VAILS .V. GLOTF.S,
. BLEACHED AND UNBLEACHED MUSLIN'S
TABLE LINENS, k TOWELING.
PANTS, OVER ALLS 1 SHIRTING,
BOOTS A SHOE, II ATM? CA1K,
COFFEE, SUGARS L TEAS of all Kindt,
Canned Fruits, Oysters and Crackers,
Chewing and Smoking Toba:cotr
FLOUR MEAL & BACON-
And everything usually kept in a Kirat Clasa DrGood. Groocry Stora.
JOHN O. POTTER,
Red Cloud, Nebraska.
W. L. VANAL8TYNE
RED CMjOUB, - - J'EBK.1SK1.
PINE LUMBER, LATH, 8HINCLES
Lime, Tarred Paper, Etc
And every Artiele raaHy heat m a Pint Clata LaaaUi Tar.
i0Pricea iavariably Four DoHan hi advaaee of railroad priaaa.
I GUARANTEE TO DUPLICATE ANT.BILL THAT CANOC1 1
AT JUNIATA OR HASTINGS.
JCnf XXXLIT, frtfriatar.
Regakrtripa wil ha
JUNIATA and RED CLOUD
OaTaeadaTa aa4 Wedamdaya af aaeh
week. I ahaJI he f leaned I earry p.
aeacef the day aaciaaed, laav
tax Jaaiata, at ft A. m. m TaevdaT.
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