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About The Red Cloud chief. (Red Cloud, Webster Co., Neb.) 1873-1923 | View Entire Issue (March 19, 1874)
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8. CARBER & Co.
4nd a Great Variety of other Articles.
One stoe of Dry Goods has been ne
eded with special reference to the
Wants of the People, and consists in
FINE DRESS GOODS, CALICOES,
BROWN & BLEACHED MUS
LINS, PRINTS, CHECKS,
The Ladies of Webster County and
are respectfully invited to examine our
haw stock uf
r-v. DRESS GOODS,
Whieh we feel warranted
(As Largest an
braayht into Southwcrst Nebraska, an
Which will bo sold at Prices that
We alst keep on hand a Godd Stoclc of
Of various kinds and extra aualities
and for sale cither by the suit or single
SUGARS, TEAS, COFFEE, SPICES,
And everything else in that Line;
Canned Fruits in VarietV.
Oll.lCCO ic CICIARS.
FLOUR & MEAL
BOOTS & SHOES
- To to suit the wants of everybody.
We wish, to call the attention of the
Public to the fact that we are constant
ly keeping oa hasd a full assortaieat of
Goods which we will sell at
For Cash. Call and look at oar Good's
and do sot fail to inquire the Prices.
THE RES CLOUD CHIEF.
Xottca in thu Column 10 Cents a Line.
T. W. Tipton, BrownTille.
P. W. Hitchcock. Omaha,
U. S. Senator.
U. S Senator.
R.W. rarau. BrownTille, GoTeroor.
J. J. Oof per. Lincoln. Bee. of State.
J.B Western. Beatrice. Auditor.
If. A. Koni. Colombnt . Trprtf't r.
J. R. Webster Beatrice. Alt' Oea.
J. M. McKancle. Liht In. SaaL Pab. Injtrao'n
fleo. B. Like. Omaha. Chief Jtitiee.
Daniel Oantt. Nebraska City.) AH . u j
Haana) Maxwell. PlatUmonth " J".
J. A. Talleys.
K. II. Jonei,
I. W. Tulleys.
II. C. Bill.
H. 8. Kaley.
L. F. MunI.
W. K. Thorn,
A. M. Hardy,
O. W. Ball
Arrivals and Departures of Vail at tie
- Jtiniata and Red Cload, arrives Tuesdays and
r ridars. 6 o'clock p. m. Leare Wednesdays
and Haturdayi, 7 a. m
Hebron and Franklin, arrive. gonc Wen
Tuesdays and Friday. 6 p. m. Leave n bdaea
dars and Saturdays 7 a. m.
Going; East. Arrive Mondays and Thursdays.
n p. m. Iavrs Tuesday and rndaya, 7 a. m
Smith Center and 1
I Cloud. Arrive Tues-
days G n. id. Leave Wednetd&V; 7 A. in
Jewull and Red Cloud. Arrives Saturdays.
12 ni. Leaves 1 p. m. .
All peraoDf wishing tn Register letter, will
pi ae hand them in the evening before the
M. B. McNITT. P. M.
Dutch Breakfast Tea, a splendid ar
ticle $i 10 per lb. at
Berenzen & Co's.
Kerosene 40ct5, per gallon, at
Fresh Hallibut at
Bereszen k Co.
Whitefish and Codfish at
Gabber & Co's.
California Millet, the best ffiss
seed in the world, just imported. At
$1.75 per bushel
Berenzen & Co. '
Yard wide unbleached cotton for 12
cents, at John ft. Potter's.
- m -
Fancy Groceries, at the Ne
Reed Breaking Plows at
Anti-Granger plow Bo
ceived at BeRenze
Onion Seed for sale at M
29 cents an ddrice or 75 cents
Large let of Boots and Shoes just ar
rived at Garber & Co's,
New Goods at MdNitr's.
New supply of Hardware at Berenzen
& Co's. t
" Heaps " of New Goods at
Garber & Co's.
Grain Sacks, for sale at McNitt's.
&EK08ENE, only 40cts. per gallon, at
. Ladies Wear, at Garber & Co's.
ThV. best Ax Handles in the country
at Berenzen & CVs.
Knives and Forks at McNitt's, for
the smail sum of $1.15 per set.
GRAss Seed, dl kinds at McNitt's.
Fine assortment of Clocks, at
S. Garber & Co'b.
A Full slock of Door and House
Trimmiues at Granger prices, at the
Si lbs. Choice Rio Coffee for $1, at
McNrn has received, and is receiving
a large and complete stock of Faraiag
8 lbs. Light Brown Sugar for $1, at
Large lot of assorted No. 1 Italian
Violin, Guitar aad Banjo Strings, at
Yet named in Red Cloud. We hare
jdat received a fresh supply of Dry
Goods aau Groceries of the very best
quality, which we wili guiraatee to sell
at the lowest living figures. We want
to be understood to mean just what we
say, and we invite all, when theycoaae to
town, to give us a call aad examine oar
Goods, and fad Prices.
J. G. Potter.
Highest ntarket price paid in oaan for
Hides and Fars of every diwriprion.
30td Guide Rock, Neb.
A full stock of Dr. Javrje'a Celebrated
Family Medicines, for sale at
Garber k Co1.
CAtDlfJAN Jackets the very thing to
protect you irons the wintry winds for
sale at Garber k Co's.
Yard wide unbleached Madia, 11
cents per yard, at Berenzen & Co.
WaUTxnsB 11 cents per poand nt
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Col. Lex Eitelle returned home bo
Tuesday evening. The CoL looks fat
and hearty, aad is all ready for uaaicess.
Office over McNitt's Hardware' Store.
ReV. Mr. Bond, Quaker, preached
it the School House on Tuesday evening.
ata an eamns i
New item of interest, Hotel arrival.
Weather pleasant, enow all gone.
Read "Mac's" letter in this week's
Persons desiring to purchase town
lot, should call on Estelie, who is agent
for the sale of them.
The boys around town had a very
pleasant name of base ball on Tuesday
MB. Mobuan, of the LaClede House,
showed us a finely executed card for his
house the other tnorniag. This is a good
hotel and should be well pattonized.
a i aw
We received a pleasant call from Jas.
Laird, ft promising lawyer from Juniata.
He is also a Col. and member of the
Governor's staff. Also Mr. W. B. Thorn,
Treasurer of Adams Co., paid his re
spects while visiting our town.
A rival landlord made his appear
ance at the Valley House on Saturday
last He appears to give good satisfao
tion, and mak.'S little change in pro
gramme of business. Joe thinks as he
weighs but ten pounds, he will give him
his board and clothes for his company.
Notice the new "ad." of the new law
firm of the new lawyers in this new town,
viz. Laird & Estelie.
On Saturday last, as Dr. Williams
was crossing the river, his team broke
through the toe, precipitating him into
the water. After 6ome difficulty he suc
ceeded in getting out, but left his horse
for dead. The Indians Went to the res
cue, saved the horse and returned him
to the Dr., after he had wall paid them
for their labor.
The Otoes quietly sallied out of town
on Sunday morning last It was a curi
ous sight to see the paraphanalia of each
poney and its load, the squaws and
pappooses, the bucks and dogs, no two
alike, as they made their way in true In
dian file, toward their homes. Heap big
Indian, run heap shoo whiss'st !
A lawsuit was held at the Court
House on Monday last. It was an action
brought by F. P. Reed against L. F.
Munsell for trespass of cattle is Reed's
cornfield last summer. Three arbitrators
were elected to decide the question; W.
N. Richardson, E. B. Smith, and Z. P.
Earl and the case was argued before
them. Our lawyers argued the case with
great deal of skill and very discreetly.
At the conclusion tho referees gave their
decision granting Reed fifteen bushels of
corn, and Munsell to pay the coat of
court, which was fifteen dollars.
Tns March namberof Wood's House
hold Magazine is a capital one. It
opens with an interesting story entitled,
"The Guiding Hand," by Mrs. H. G.
Rowe; following this Joseph Snider
gives his "Experiences in the City," no
an article which for its simple truth the
youth of the land should read to their
profit ; " My Prayer " is not n religions
sketch, as one would suppose from the
title, but is n most touching story told in
the sincere manner and rough speech of
a railroad hand. "The Weekly Diaboli
cal," b Kark Kse, aims a sharp and
timely blow at sensational literature.
"The Kaiser Frederick" is one of Mary
Hartwell's entertaining stories. In the
installment of "Misery Jippeau," H. V.
Osborne raps the knuckets of the fash
ionable clergyman, ana buries Anta
Pb from autht. There are atreral other
articles of merit, aad some choice poetry.
The Magazine contains six illustration,
including nine design for a Country
School House. Terms only one dollar a
year with cfcromo Yosexite onedollar
aadn half. Subscriptions may besrin
with any number. Addre.
Wood's Ho'usemold Magazine.
Newburgu, N. Y.
The following are tha arrivals at the
Valley Hoaee, from Friday, Marak 13,
MarkH. Watwer. C. W. Sfwaatar.-
Marian Papka, Bari Hanner, Isntay
Burrie, Red Ctend, Neb,: GeernaSfy
Juniata, Neks Jamas HoMnr, Gaida
Rock, Neb,; Prne Owens, Habroa, Nek;
Edward Oweas and wifa, Bnrr Onk,
Kan.; Henry Ownau, Henren, Nen.;
Kafaa Mikaoh. J. A.Tdaera,and L W.
Tu-eya, Red Goad, Nek,; W. H. Bnrr;
Juniata, Nek.: Jenepk Getnar, Arogaia,
IB : J. A. rUbanl, J. U.
Center, Kan. ; P. A. Ranawtv Murine
Inwa; Mms Unit Mr, VarrUafc, Kan;
F. N. Kwawrtawxy Km ? Nek;
W. B. Tkarn, Jam. La, Jawiate,
Neb.; James Honmsr, Guide Beak,- Hnk
W.K. Tkora, kUrmeay. Nats; 4.1a.
GtMdoa. P. Bnnkiev, aad H. H.Oatay.
Gem, Kan.; Mm Jennin WarreV datMli
Center, Kan.; Staart Hint, -&mttkUea
tar. Kan.: W. H. Nnmaas Can. ItanU
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CHAS. R. JONES,
Goods Groceries? Boots Shoe'
Hats, Caps, Oueensware,
Tin-ware, Fornrituire., Hardware, Stoves,
I aaa Agent for the
BEEP NEBRASKA CITY PLOW,
Dixtn Breaking and Stirring Plow.
Weir ana SweeepstnUes com Plow,
AOL1NE CORK PLASTER.
ALSO A GOOD LINE OF HAND PLANTERS,
REAPERS, WAGONS, MOWERS,
And FARMING Implements,
Call and EiMBiae Stock and Price-
At My New Store Building 2nd Door North of Post Offica,
JUNIATA, ""' NEBRASKA.
STEWART FORBES. At the resi
dence of C. M. Forbes of Webster Co,
Neb.; 3Ir. Linus G. Stewart, of
Fillmore Co., Neb., and Miss Arbk
lia H. Forbes, of Webster Co., Neb.
By C W. Wilson, J. P.
L- P. S. Please hate your County Com
missioners manufacture a few more Jus
tices of the Peace in the north side of
your County. C. W. W.
BEAL-CATLETT. At Red Cloud,
March 12th, 1874, Mr. Warren
Beal and Miss Eva V. Catlett,
all of Webster Co., Neb., by 1. W.
Tulleys; Probate Judge.
Notice is hereby given that a Special
Meeting ot the lloard ot County Com
missioners, of Webster County, Neb.,
will be held at the Court House in Red
Cloud, on Wednesday, March 25th, 1874,
at 10 o'clock a. m.
J. A. Tullevs,
UNCLAIMED UET7S3 XISL
List of unclaimed letters remaining in
this office, Fob. 2Sth :
Mre. May Petgrew.
Mr. David Petgrew.
Mrs. Hannah Mickle.
M. B. McNirr, P. H.
Notice of Annual Sekotl Heating.
The annual meeting of School District
No. 2, of Webster County, for the Elec
tion of 8chool District Officers, and for
tho transaction of such other business as
may lawfully come before) it, will be held
oAhe School Houso iri Bed Cloud, on
S-fAe Gthday of Aprij. D.
1874, at 1 trcteearpTu. 1--3- - -
Dated this 12th day of March, 1874.
I. W. Tulleys, Director.
I hereby notify all persons that I have
purchased tho south-half of S. E. 1, and
the east half of the south half of the S.
W. J,of Sec. 12, Town 1, Range 11
West, Webster county,- Neb., also the
"lots" north of the above described land,
the same being bounded on the north by
the Republican river. And all persons
are forbid cutting any wood or timber on
37-4w A. G. Carey.
Weekly Report of Sohool in Dist.
No. 2, Red Cloud, for the week ending
Wednesday, March IS, 1871.
No. attending school ..52.
No. not absent J day...... .......34.
No. not tardy 39.
No. oot whispered - 15.
C. W. Spbinoer, Teacher.
for Sale nr Stat
My Livery Stable in Red Cloud, for
merly owned by A. E. Perry, will be
Fold cheap for cash', or with part doWri,
I will give 6 months time on balance.
John G. Potter.
Wm. Van Winkle & I. W. Brown
has this 4th day of March,- 187.4, dis
solved their partnership in the Painting
business. All debts due the firm will be
paid to Van., who will be found nt his
old shop, 2 doors south of the Court
Wm. Van Winkle.
L W. Brown.
Smsgnriaa Oram feed;
James Murphy, on Buffalo reek,
eight miles west of Red Cload has Hun
garian Gran Seed for sale at reasonable
To all whom it may concern; Notice
is hereby given that a co-partnenkip kas
Potter nod Alfred E. Perry, fbr the pur
pose of currying on a general merebnn
aise basiaess, ander the name of Potter
k Perry, at the old score nerntofore
occupied by J. G. Potter.
J. G- PoiTEm. t
Alfred E. Perry. J
Feb. 25th, 1874.
The perroenkip heietofere existing
between William rennimore k Hans. O.
t..i,r n;r.rfA. v..vt;.v na
was dissolved the twenty-irst day of
Febratry 1874, by mntaal coasaat. An
indebted to fluid inn are kereky notiEed
tkat R. C Ldhafstfll carries oa kasineM
at tkeold stand, and nH indebted to the
late above named trm, oa ante or kook
notwaat. are batchy notiied U calaad
tsttie kk H. a LoksT, ke Magnatkor
inedteiriltnW!alsectnJnaaakMuness n mid trm.
Rim ma, Frankwn Ov, Nek
rn a OUVAHa, ni5 Kreerua.
WaanntT ,wdaw h da k tnewngk
an Mnnmjtaaa at ib yaart la nan
Red Cloud Retail Market.
CORRECTED WEEKLY BY OAnBER A CO.
Crushed Sugar, for a dollar ...:.:. 6th
A Coffee Sugar 6
C Coffee Sugar 7
Yellow Coffee Sugar ."
Dark Brown Sugar ' 9!ts
Choice Rio Coffee 2?
Gunpowder Tea per ft ..$ 1 0
Uolong ;...: i'O
Young Hyson 90
Smoked Side Meat 12
Canvassed Shoulders 15
J III pCi in 1 I f
iSUtlCr aaati lO(.0
VjkSs ! 111
Flour, Beatrice Cream of thu Valley 3.40
do XXXX, Hebron - ... 3.25
Red Flannels 40(60
White do :..:... : 50(tCO
Twilled do 60
Brown Shirtin? 1 3(74 18
Sprague and Merrimac Prints 12$
Common Prints 10
Brown Detuius...i. 25
Blue " ..:: ; 25
Heavy Brown Ducking 25(3:30
Stripe " " 18(0.25
Heavy Boots 4 5()5 50
Light Boots 4 506 25
Heavy Shoes 2 25(d2 75
Nails .- 7J(o8l
Riverton Retail Market
CORREdED WEEKLY BV II. C. L0I1FV.
Crushed Sugar for a dollar...... 6tt
C. Coffee Sugar. .7. 7
Yellow Cofiee Sugar U
Choice Rio Coffee....; 2 J
Rice : 84
Tea per lb $1.00$1.CU
Butter uer ft .lC(a20
tFlainnewper yard 40vjfi5U
itrown onimng per yaru xon
CotKmdn Prints 10
Brown Dennis 20
Heavy Brown Ducking 27
Boots and Shoes (memi) per pair..$2fe$5
Womens Shoes per pair $2$3
Nails per lb 7lQi.8j
W. N. RICHARDSON,
J. A. TULLEYS.
Richardson & Tulleys,
SEAL ZSTATS C0LLECTHT9 AOINTS.
Will by and sell Real Exttte oa Coramiuioa.
and pay taxes fur non-ructdento.
Special attention (riven to collectinns. Cor
rrsnofldeneo solicited. All letters of inauirr. or
on basinecs promptly answered.
RED CLOUD. - - - NEB.
RED CLOUD, - - -
AECHIIAI.B K. KINNE 1R.
NOT AST PUBLIC. SEAL S37ATS AQZT,
All bnslneaa atrictlr attended to and all cor
respondence, promptly annwerol. Special at
t ntion atven to payment of taxes. Collections
and Real rotate Practice.
RIVERTON. FRANKLIN CO.. NEB.
W. C. WEBER,
Wonld anaoaace to the people of Red Cload
aad ricinitr that ha is nreiarei to do all kinds
of Masot Work, on ahort notice and reasonable
teras. jail oraera may Daieitattaiaotaceora.
his residence miles north -eait of Red Cload.
Sec 20. town 1, ranre 10 west.
MaxWell & Oingee
Wwfclajnfora the labile thit they hare
taade tesuire preparations to aaaaafactara
Lisie. and will keep oa hand a
to Beet the demand of the publis, which will
h sold at eaonah rates. -
enanCauiker tbe lUce
RiTS arrflea wast f Red CloaC bride ea Soath
I hart for sale a choica lot of Wnrra Ooas.
kaowa as tha
"IbMssri Twllcy vmvr
This Tariety has a small eoh. aad very Jee
kernel, aad is nacaliarry adapted to this t eclioa
JThis Cora aweraced 70 bashelr per acre lt
seaaea,aM groaad.ad basatb.oa tha
srlhU Head Is eatirely free frasa ssixtore
Witk ather rarteti s
for 4t tha Red Cload Meat Market aa
til farther sstica. lrtcat perbtnhel.
ifKCA soLsxar wniow.
The heat WlBow for Kre fence, hedge,
or wjasl break, nnsl is highly oraamentnl.
Grawn on nit kwada of hh1 enjunHy well.
For mm it $2J2S per thonanad. hy
D. S. HELVBRN.
26-13w Red Cbad, Neb.
Mai Jones is now prepared to give
Manic Lernaaa. cither Inetranaenul or
TocaL All persona denring intmctkR
kuHuie anl pleae call on Mrs. A. M.
Jnsaaav who aiS antra iauaM aa va.Aaw
HARDWARE - HARDWARE
Plows. Pldws !
I am now ready to supply the public
with all kinds of Hardware. Conitim;
in part of
CITY. CLIPPFR. REED
k BRADLEY, nnl RLAC'K
HAWK WALKING fTLTlVATOR,
BROWNS nn-j CLIMAX CORN
PL VNTERS. DOUBLE
SnOVKL PLOWS. WOOD,
IRON BE M. SCOTCH
A FRIEDMAN'S PAT
FURST.V BRADLEY, nnd DAYTON
SULKY HAY RAKES. EXCEL
SIOR REVOLVING. RAKES,
GRAIN CRADLES. GRASS
And Everjthiau? Csiiaily
Kpt in nil
Also a full Stock of
NAILS, DOOR TRIMMINGS, and
SADDLERS HARDWARE, CAR
PENTERS and MASONS TOOLS.
A full lirie of
Pocket and Table Cutthry,
CARRIAGE BOLTS, all lengths and
GARDE & GRASS SEED
M. B McNITT,
BSD CLOUDi . - NEBRASKA.
First-class Bailding Stone, for 50 cts.
a perch, at my Qaary, two miles north
of Red Cloud.
unjuAll orders promptly filled.
3m-n30 Noah Perky.
Acd you will get them cheaper than
Boot t& Shoa Shop
In Webater County.
jmnx s parks
Wishes to inform the Tuhlic generally
that he it prepared at aJ times to lake.
ordcfS and iDaouf'ttar all kind of
Boots & Shoes
In the Bat Pbu&le Style
JmyFine Calf Boot) made to order and
Perfect Fit Warraated-
Repairing en Short Notice.
Hasfttad ap ais New Stone Building
awTXamaers UL tie Frcssaes.
Jast life U to ealoj this PaaJr Oasa a
sdee; qatet maaer
!MmT A FEEli
J. D. POST. Proprietor.
Hatinff&UtM up a lars Stbl t rTrrt
at all tiro-, . lurnult -tu nixlfVJ f;r tnama.
KterjthiPf don n th rai nflntl al
workmanlike ttuubcr actlr I "ith li
patch C'-'untry work .lici.-il anJ jnlue
taken in crntifr. UT-t.l
J. P. & NOTARY PUBLIC,
CotircyaDrmf anl a'l mittrra rrrtatntaff U
leil ljtt orhcr lrtrty pnimi't
ly and i'rorly necutaJ.
?r-er:?ti:a niiags a Spccilitj.
Dlt. 1. IflORKIM
Office and Resilience,
-SID CWTO, KSSlaSSA.
fmySpeci.il ftttention given lo chronift
itfisH H. A. 9Iuiieti,
Wonld rMpvctfulIy Infurm the I.adlr of He J
Cloud arl ricinlty tht ht i pra-
parrdta rtccJto ortori br
PLAIN SEWING of all Kinds.
On hand aud for o a flne UJottmeat of
LADIES HATS. Ac
Miss S. A. MUNSELL,
fin McNitt'i lluildlns.l
RED CLOUD. - - - - XE8.
LI V E R Y
JtJl ATA, AdAitia C. NcUi
ARMSTRONG dt MARTIN Bret
CASH PAID FOR
CATTLR, llOtwS, a-nEEP;
Of aery docriptian boaght and sold.
Real Clftmd, Xrh.
RoMSDmendetl br the SapHc!eieat of
Pablic lastraetioa fat the Slate of XaVraska.
The aathiritr of tht U g. HeaaU aad aTatase
of Krpre.eautir. 4&d f
armaTT. seas ss, qcict. .
Xkun. . auasatz.
nuiKit, sTar. tarrse
mtm, vilu. wT3aof.
hskt, rstioa. aoraias;
aad the Ieadis aathrs cf Earop aad AateriesW
Retail Price, -
Liberal 4isat sraJe la aib-jol dtstrieW
ttAthtrr. tai:aUr asd 'lata-
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