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About The Red Cloud chief. (Red Cloud, Webster Co., Neb.) 1873-1923 | View Entire Issue (April 23, 1874)
8. CARBER & Co.
' Dry Goods-
And a ttreat Varioty of other Articles.
One stnc of Dry Goods has been te-
mvA with special reference to the
vriut of the People, anil consign in
71 NE DRES r.OODS, CALICOES,
KKttWN k BLEACHED MUS
' LfN'S, PRINTS. CHECKS,
GINGHAMS. &c. kc.
Tlie '.H'lif-J of Webster County and
arn respectfully Invited to exatuinr our
sw took of
Wlm-h -rr frol irjriautcd in E4jing is)
';" L-n!f ""' Most Complete ever
ir.mr.t ip to Southwest Nebraska, and
rhioh will bo told at Prices that
U i!- U-ep on hand a Good Stock of
Of various kinds and extra aualitiea
and for -mIa either by tbe'suit or eingl
CGAR5, TEAS, COFFEE, SPICKS,
fcd everything olo in that Lino.
Canned Fruits in VarietY.
TOBACCO St CIGARS -
VLOUR & MEAL,
BOOTS & SHOES-
To.t rait the wants of everybody.
We wish to call the attention of the
Public to the fact that we are constant
y keeping on hand a full assortment of
rood which we will Bell at
Fee Caeh. Call and look at our Gnod
arfi do not fail to inquire the Prices.
S. GARBER & CO.
THE REd CLOUD CHIEF.
Notion in, this Column 10 Cents a Line.
T. W. Tipton. BrownTille.
P. W. Hitchcock. Omaha.
U. 8. Senator.
U. 9 Seaator.
R.W. Faroa. Browns-Hie,
J. J. Gosper, Lincoln.
J. B Western. Beatrice,
H. A. Koeni. Columbia,
.T R. Wthitfr fUilriea.
Bee. of State.
J. M. McKentie. Liuc la. 8apt- Pub. lastrac'n
Geo. B. Like. Omthi. Chief Jutiee.
Daniel Gantt. Nebraska Citr. aoeita Jai
Janmel Maxwell. PUtUmootU Aoc," J"'
J. A. Tnllejs.
E. H. Jnni.
I. W. Tulleya.
H. C. Bill.
II. 8. Ruler.
L. K. Munsel.
W. FT. Thorn.
G. W. Ball. V
Probate Judf a.
Arririli and SepartnrM of Hails at the
Bed Cloud Port Office.
Jnaiata ami Red Cloud, astiree Tassjsas and
Friday. 6 o'c'ork p. m. Leares Wednesdays
aDd Mflturdar'. 7 a. m-
Hetiron and Franklin, arrive-, going; Weirt.
Tuesday and Friday. C p. m. leaves tVednen
dayn and Satnrda) 7 a. in.
Going Eau Arrire Monde--and Thursdays,
ftp. in. Leave Tuedars and Friday. 7 n. ta.
Smith Contrr ami Hed Cloud. Arrive Tuea-diiyi-
C p. ta. lav Wednesdays 7 :4. m.
Jesrcll and Red Onnd. Arrive ftaturdaa.
12 m. Xenveii lp.m. .
All peiTons wifhinK to Keter l-tter. will
pl jwe hand them In the cvcnmir berore the
mail leaves- .. ... T, ,,
M. B McNITT. P. M.
Saop 10 cent per bar. Matches
thrown in, at
Bkuknzkn & Co.
KEnofENE 40ct?-, per gallon. at
California Dried Apple? and Utah
W'oitcfibh and CodBsh at
Garber & Co's
The bent Horse Brushe in -America,
warranted to clean any horse without
distinction of nationality, color, deposi
tion, or sex, at
BteKENZEN & Co's.
Yard wide unbleached cotton for lilj
cent?, at John G. Potter's.
Garden Sfed. Ox-boT8 and Keys at
Bkrenze.v & Co.
R.F.KJ) Breaking Plows at McNitt's for
Light Caiico ju?t received at
Oxion Seed for nale at MoNitfg, for
25 cents an ounce or 75 cunts a quarter.
Broom Handles, Wire and Twine at
Harrow Teeth, at the Hardware
PRINTS ! PRINTS! 1 PRINTS ! ! !
A lot of New Prints Spring patterns,
at Potter & Pcrry'c.
Reed Breaking Plows at McNitt's.
Large lot of Boot" and Shoe just ar
rived at Garher & Co's.
New Goods at McNitt'h.
New supply of Hardware at Berenren
"Heaps " of New Goods at
Garber & Co's
Grain Sacks, for sale at McNitt's.
Ladies Wear, at Garber & Co's.
The best Ax Handles in the couutry
at Bercnzen & Co's.
Knives and Forks at McNitt's, for
the small sura of $1.15 per set.
Grass Seed, all kinds at McNitt's.
Fine assortment of Clocks, at
S. Garber & Co's.
A FELL stock of Door and Houe
Trinmiincs st Granger prices, at the
BOOTS and SHOES !
We have cot a full line of Ladies and
Children's wear, which we will sell cheap
for cash. Plcaae givo us a call, and see.
Potter & Pebry.
2 lbe. Choice Rio CfiKe W1, at
McNm has received, and b reoeivinjr
a large and complete stock of Farming
If you want to get good Bleached
Cotton, go to Potter & Perry's.
8 lbs. Light Brown Sugar for $1, at
A fresh supply of that yard wide Cot
ton at 12 cents, at Potter & Perry's.
Large lot of assorted No. 1 Italian
Violin, Guitar and Banjo Strings, mt
NEW GROCERIES! NEW GRO
CERIES 1 At Potter & Perry's, which
will bo sold at Onager's prm-We
mean what we say !
Highest market pric paid in cash for
Hides and Furs of every dicription.
30td Guide Rock. Neb.
A full stock of Dr. Jayne's Celebrated
Family Medicines, for sak at
Garber & Co's.
Cardigan Jacket the very thing to
protect you from tie wintry wind for
cafe at Garber 4 Co' R-
We learn that some geatkmei from
Crete propose building a louring aill on
Elm Creek east of town.
Notice Mr. Heller's card to another
column. He has been 22 years in the
tailoring business, and is prepared to
furniiih suits to fit all who apply.
On Sunday evening a beautiful rain
came to moisten the earth and bid the
grasses and flowers look up and come
Dr. Kcder, of Juniata, was in town
last week attending to the wants of those
who are troubled witk diseases about
Read O'Sullivan's article on W.
We hope the farmers will send us for
publication the number of acres of wheat
five and upwards, which they are sowing
this spring, that we may show up the
agricultural growth of the surrounding
John Bremer, lately of New York
City, has opened a Boot and Shoe Shop
just s)uth of Weber's. Give him a call.
J. Q. Potter & Co. are to build a
flouring mill oil the Republican river at
Red Cloud. Their dam and, niprace
are already nearly completed, and a
larpj crew are to be put on in a few days
to finish the work. Success to our en
Jacob M. Casebeer, of this place,
left town on Tuesday to attend the Ober
lin College of Telegraphy, Ohio. Our
hand for your success, Jacob.
C. B. Palmer, editor and publisher
of the Nrbrntlia TacJier, of Beatrice,
Neb., is attending the Teachers In
stitute. The editor of this paper arrived on
Tuesday evening, and will attend to his
"knitting" for somo time to come.
If you have n thing for a dentiit to
do call on Dr. Kuder, who will be here
on Monday next.
The County Commissioners have
been in session during the week. Full
report next week.
Our fellow townsman H. C. Whealor.
has been granted a license from the M.
E. Church as a local preacher, and has
received an appointment at Edgar, Cla
county. His family moved this week.
We wish him much happiness and suc
cess in his trcw fiuld of labor.
It is mildly insinuated by sonic of our
good citizen- that a proper respect to
the time and place, ought to deter any
ono from eating peanuts during religious
services, and we will also hint that as a
large portion of our people are in the
hafcit of kneeling daring prayer at such
services, the loor would be in much bet
ter order if nore-jtobaoeo juica wa n$al
lowed, instead of being squirted about
for a squaro yard or two around each in
ducer in the weed.
Prof. J. M. McKinzie, State Super
intendent of Public Instruction is in
town, attending the Teacher's Institute.
Prof. McKeniie is an earnest wnrlrnr in
the cause of popular education, and uti-
dcr his management Nebraska has the
best sohool system in the west.
Prof. McKenzie, State Supt., and
C. B. Palmer, of Beatrice, favored u
with a call this morning.
Granger suit of clothes for $7.75, at
LetAENZEN & Co.
Next week, report of Teacher's In
ctitute, and proceedinga of Commis
sioners. Summer Clothing, dirt cheap, at
Berenzen & Co.
We find it nccesiary to call upon all
who arc indebted to The Chief to do
what they can towards 'paying all or a
portion of their accounts. We would
not be obliged to make this call under
ordinary circumstauces, but our long ab
sence has entailed heavy expenses upon
the paper, and there are debts which we
must pay. To our friends one and all ire
appeal for as speedy a settlement as
Britania Ware and a general stock
of Crockery at Berenzen Jt Co.
It is again necessary to call the atten
tion of our corrtspoadeats to the' fact!
that com mnnicationa wtucl be eaort in
order to secure publication. An article
of five or six page of foolaeap, which
may be worthy of publication hi the
greatest paper of magazine in the coun
try, will from its length be rejected by
us, unlesa there is some peculiar iaUrast
attached thereto. Make your articles
Fresh Groceries jast received at
Berenzen & Co.
J. Q. Potter will pay cash for logs
delivered at his mill ia Red Cloud. 43
Best Summer Boots ia the world at
Bere.n2en & Co.
If yom want a first-class, stylish itttng
Garment cut or made, or cat aad made,
go to O'Sollivans, at Riverion,
Franklin County, aad you can get suited
Re understands how to do it through
in eiperieace of 18 yean ia the bari
nex. IKI Ob tat mo-aias of tit 3Hh ial
Liu.t Qxxajis, daasater of D. aad U. P.
Int. of thia '.r. Agri 4 Skea.
LUlja wita taa attlf bow.
Aad athile Bar lew ww dt7 Bteara,
We recofBlM tar baa J. (lb uodl
Aad sar Thj m-31 k oa.w
Paalie eerricc ia evaaecticB witk fefaakoT
ewaiwai U aet4 ar a- 3Uzwtf).
SakVk BMtmiaa atxt at tha S4
CHAS. R. JONES,
Dry Goods, Groceries Boots Shoes
Hats, Caps, Oieensware,
Tin-ware, Furniture, Hardware, Store,
I am Ageut for the
REfiP OTMRASKA CITY PLOW,
Dixon Breaking and Stirring Plow.
Weir and Sweepstakes com MUowc
MOLINA corn planter
ALSO A GOOD LINE OF HAND PLANTEIW,
REAPERS, 'WAGONS, MOWKKS,
And FARMI1VO Implements,
Gall and Etimlae Stock and Price
At My New Store BuiUmg 2nd Door North of Post Office,
.inviAti --.. -
1 J A. lit
I would cull the attention of the Farmers cr Webster and adjoining cguwio
to the fact that I have on hand a good a.ortu:ciit of
And iinXJiistantly receivini: a lot of
PLOWS, CULTIVATORS, REAPERS, MOWERS, and RAKES,
among which will be found the
EXCELSIOR REAPER & MOWEIL IIOLLLSOSWORTII PACIFIC and
HAMILTON SULKY HAY RAkha,
For which I am ole Agent for Wrcbhter and Franklin Counties,-Nebraska,
and Jewell and Smith counties, Kansas
OTIS L. BATTLES.
South Guide Bock, Nebraska.
J. Q. Potter will pay caSdn for log.,
delivered at the mill in Red Oloud. 42tf
Beuknzen & Co.
New Broom Corn Seed fbr hale at
Crockery and Stoneware cheap at
Berenzen & Co.
Wanted. 8,000 feet of Oak Timber,
in the log. '"
n4l-3 J. Q. Potter iCo.
If yon want a hcap-CorPlow go to
MoNitt, ho sells lower HiiM "any other
man in the valley, fbr eaah. '
for rent. Terms $1.0t) per acre, Cash.
W. N. Richardson.
Remember that McNitt sells Imple
ments cheaper than Grangers, and a
We have started a complete Boot &
Shoe Store, which we will always keep
well filled. Ladies Gaiters aad Slippern
a specialty. Childrens shoes from 30
cents up ; Gents boots for summer wear;
fine English Oxford Ties. Ridiculous
rates, at Berenzen & Co.
Two span of heavy farm horses. Two
setts Double Harness. Two Wagon
One House and Lot in good location, &c.
Will sell cheap fbr cash, or exchange for
young cattlet or County Warrants.
W. N. RlCHARDSOR.
Spades $1, $1.35, $1.50 Shovel
nearly all the same, at
Berenzen k Co's.
HATS AND CAPS I
Persons wishing to buy a first-class
Hat or Cap. of the latest htyfe, will con
sdlt their own interest by calling on
Potter & Perry.
Boi.Tadirt cheap. Augers, Bits, etc.,
hanuuered away, $1,000 worth of Plows
on the road, to
Berenzen & Co.
First-class Building Stone, for 50 cts.
a perch, at my Quary, twa Unfiles north
of Red Cloud. "
Suigariaa Oram tad:
James Murphy, oa Butflp creek,
eight miles west of Red Clowtbaa Hun
garian Gnus Seed for sale at reasonable
For Salt tr Best'
My Livery SUble in Rad Cload, for
merly owned by A. E. Perry, will be
sold cheap for cash, or with part down,
I will give 6 months time oa balance.
. John G. Potter.
Sixty-five acres of old grouad for rent.
Terms easy. Apply to'
Kafcraxxa XstaQifc&M Iftoej.
JaVrwtn ia aaj sart ofNrak Ooriroas of
-" adTtrtkimna the Eat. rata oOLafia.tka
ia4acairBU offWrcd by tkeir loaaliar for asrr
baiBe. actcrprije. profession, tndt or calllar
wkatcTr. or fir r6& ckeap homf for people
eoaatnr iato onr utfe. wilt apply ta oa prwaptly
ceioiBxtaap. fbr black rcrt. tftaie ia
wkat oaper to a aa liU aJTcrtJrenl- J SO.
X. 1JR.VDFORD A CO.. Liac.Ia. Nebraaaa.
AFSICAX X1AZZ T2Ia7Y.
The best Willow for Vss. feae, Idgc.
or wtnd-br?av and is aighly prsaracata).
Grows on 11 kind of soS eoalfj well.
Fr sale at 25 per ikoummd, by
26-13W? B4 Csowd. Neb.
- -- . NEimASlCA. 1
Would respectfully inform the pooplu
of Red Cloud and viciuity that hew pre
pared to do all kinds of work in his line,
on short notice and reasonable term-.
A Gro:d Fit is Quaranteoi, and all Work
Shop, west of Berenzen k Co'.-. Store.
CARPENTER it BUILDER,
Would respectfully inform the citiiensof Red
Cloud and vicinity inat he ia prepared Jo da all
kinds of work in hu line on rhort notice i and
reasonable term. Satisfaction guaranteed.
All onlaraiuarbo left atM. liciitrx Jarior
Bad 01ttL - - -JUimiJL.
Red Cloud Retail Market
CORRECTED MEEKLY UV OARnER A CO.
Crushed Sugar, for a dollar Tib
A Coffee Sugar t
C Coffee Sugar "i
Yellow Coffee Sugar fe
Dark Brown Suqar...... 'Jibs
Choice Rio Coffee 3
Gunpowder Tea per fb $ 1 GO
Young Hy.-on 1.00
Smoked Side Meat I3J
Canvassed Shoulders 15
Imperial 80(1 30
IStlttCr eeBs)Bsees)s e ee I 0f; l"
Flour, Beatrice Cream of the Valley 3.51
do XXXX, Hebron - ... 3.-5
Red Flannels 40&GO
White do 50,0.60
Twilled do m
Brown Shirting 131S
Spraguc and Mcrriniac Prints I -J
Common Prints 10
Brown Demins...... ....... ........ '..
Blue " '-'3
Heavy Brown Ducking 25(30
Stripe " " 18(25
Heavy Boots 4 S0s:S0
Light Bootj? -t 5()T 50
Heavy Shoes. 2 -0(n2 75
41 31 1 S J ? o 3
Riverion Retail Market
corEeoed weekly bt tf. c loiiff.
Crushed Sugar for a dollar- .Gib
C. Coffee Snirar 7
Yellow Coffee Sugar 9
Choice Rio Coffee.s .t..... 2j
xxtce...... ................'.........-... '
Tea per lb......."...... m.1.00a$I.G0
Brown Shirring per yanfc. 13,I7
xTtnts..... .......... .. ...... .l.s
Common i rmts... ...;. to
Brows Dennis.. ......... ........... ..... ')
Heavy Brown Ducking 271
Boots and Shoes (ffiens) per pair..$2(j.$5
Womeoi Shoes per pair .$2(u3
Nails per - : 7l(a.ei
AstCHtBALaa it. KINJTEAaU
JJDTA17 PTILIC. iZAL SS7A7S A3SXT,
All baajaese strictly atteade.1 to aad all cor
reapondeaee promptly aowerel. Special at -t-Btion
ais-ea.to rayisrat of taxea. CoIIeetioai
aad Real FVtita Practice-
RivERTON. FRASKL1X CO NEB.
H C. WEBER,
Would aaaoaace to the people of Red Cload
aad Tieiatt that he i prepared to do all kinds
of Jstacoa Work, on tkon notice asd reawtntle
ternsa. All orders nay be left at this oficc or at
hts reideBe 4 ail norta-e.t of Kd Qoad.
Sec 30. loam X rane 10 west.
Maxwell L Dtet
Wiah to intira tha pablio that they tmx
saaia sxvaire prrgira:.i,tss to aasfaetare
Lists, at J will kstp e haad a
taeettliedesaAdsofta;h)i, wfcka will
be sold at -eajocale ratej.
the Place -
nutter per id f..M -..:.... lWrt-JJ
Ktffi pruoxew..fc......,i.i-... iv
Planned per yard . 4050
Fi-e solle wast of atai ClovL irUre oai Seats
Plows, Plows !
I am now ready to supply the public
with all kinds of Hardware. Consisting
in part of
PEKIN. r. K1KN
CITY. ri.TI'PFR RKED
BREAKING PLOW. FUUST
A: BRADLEY. snd BLACK
' I HAWK WTALKIN'G Pl'LTIVATOR,
' BROWNS and f'LIMAX CORN
i PLANTERS. DOUBLE
SHOVEL PLOWS. WOOD,
l HON BE M, SCOTCH
k FRIEDMAN'S PAT
FHKPT& BRXDLEY. and DAYTON
SULKY HY RAKES. EXCEL
SIOR REVOLVING. RAKES,
GRAIN CRADLES. GRASS
And EvcrytmiB? Uanally
Krpt iai an
Alo a full Stock of
NAILS, nnoil TRIMMINGS, and
SADDLERS HARDWARE, CAR
PENTERS and MASONS TOOLS.
A full line of
Pocket and Table Cuttlcry,
CARRIAGE BOLTS, all lengths and
M. B McNITT
ItED CLOUD, -. NEBRASKA.
Wines & Lsiquors.
Chewing, Smoking, Tobacco,
OF ALL KINDS,
ms""I'Vsh Lager Beer from " Antelope)"
Brewery, con-tant'y on hand.
RED CLOUD, NEB.
-.. aLAS3. Ac
And you will get them clieaper than
Boot & Shoe Shop
In Webster County.
imnx s. park9
Wishes to inform the Public rencrall7
I that he u prepared at all times to take
orders ana aianuiacture all kiods ot
Boots tfe Shoes
' In the Beat Possible Style.
tgrYinz Cilf Boots made to order and
"Perfect t Warranted
Repairing on Short Natict.-
Red Cloud, Nebraska.
ra. X025AX. .
Um1 Mittilr la rafclka with lb
This hotel hat hfn rttc-l and re!trtHal
thrnuchont. toitat eta' Men. Kailroitl Ma.
and all j-arue vmtin Itt fnud.
nipU sccoatn-Kitiocii at tai Hotel.
W.N RICUIKDSON, J A. TULLET
Richjrdsgn & Tulleyt.
1SAL 2STA7S t C0LLEKIK3 AaSUTS.
Wit! tur and sell Real K-t te on Coaalasida.
and r-J" tse tr aon-ridnt.
Special tteutiin sirsn t collections. Cor-re-MB
ieace rdieHcl. A 1 letters of laqalT.or
on oui.ne promptly anwrd.
RED CLOUD. - - - - NEB.
Attorneys at Law.
RED CLOUD. - SK
Sed CIssi. Kebrasia.
Krerythior don- in the ta' rtttls ana
nKininllk- winner nrntly nd with di -patch.
C nntry tk o!lcited ud produce
taken in txchuiat. " td
J. P. It NOTARY PUBLIC,
ESTS37017, TraaHia C:., Sea,
ConTcrnncltJs; and H irnwtrr prtlnlnt ea
Real Kutf orothrr I'n i-ity prompt-
l and proprrl? necuteO.
rr3-oa?J:n FiHagj a Scecality.
Prat t icing Viyyirici n,
OiEco and Resilience.
S2D CLOTO, N232ASZA.
CSrSpecial RttL-ntioa given to chronic
! iw" "5 "
sCiss S. A. TCai iisell,
WuuM rcrertfit'Iy infonn the Iuitv f ReJ
C loud anl Ttciititr that he l tre
pnrctltc otruti-orilerj fhr
PLAIN SEWING of all Kinds.
On hanJ ami f.ir e a fine aj.ortaent of
LD!E HAT? ko.
Miss S. A. MUNSELL,
fin Me.VItt's liolldinK.
RED CLOUD, .-.- A'AVf.
JUNIATA, AalaMg Ca. efc.
M1 C Tl O.Y.I R li
R'waar.dM by the 5p-ristc-leat ef
Pablie iastmctioa for the staU ef Nebraska.
lieaataerii? of tSeTJ. 3. Ksae aai floaaa
of Hepre-matt- -t. sal of
iTsarrr. scajrsa. qziw;r. , -i
kaksb. max. joaaetf. ' '
tsz4icz. sxraeTt li il
SITXY. MILS. TflXtMtnt.
BILLAttH. MOLMKS, LlCrSLUJW.
Mtxar. ttXTos. sorxms.
asd tiIe-iicrsUjofoflB.-cpaail Aaavriea.
LI!t?il dbesiet rvl r sbool districts
tckcH.rs. i-jl.?r aaH 'lots.
RECOMMENDED TEXT BOOKS.
for CootBBoa School?-
m H-Bard- Rpaders. Wore?tr Dtc
tlonzt. Worcester' Spelling Book
stifJ dizvoy's U. S. Hiuery, are alo
rseo-3taaal by the State Sapertatea-dtot-
BnEWER iTILrSTON, PqHbt.
I Bms. Maae.
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