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About The Red Cloud chief. (Red Cloud, Webster Co., Neb.) 1873-1923 | View Entire Issue (May 14, 1874)
8. CARBER & Co.
Aud a Great Variety of other Articles.
One stoo'i of Dry. Goods lias been sc-
eeted with Hpecial reference to the
wants of the People, und consists in
WNE DRES3 GOODS, CALICOES,
BROWN A BLEACHED MUS
LINS, PRINTS. CHECKS,
GINGHAMS. Ac. kc.
The Indies of Webster County and
r repfct fully invitd to examine our
.jjstr tock of
IV hti-.h wc fc(4 warranted in saying ia
0pi' hirtfml an I Mint Complete ever
$iriurfht into .Soutliwevt Nebraska, and
-ivhih will be sold at Prices that
We also keep on hand n Good Stock of
Of vurtoUH kinds and extra uualities
ami for sale either by the suit or single
SUGARS, TEAS. COFFEE, SPICES,
And everything eNe in that Line.
Canned Fruits in VarietY.
TOBACCO & CIGARS.
FLOUR & MEAL,
BOOTS i5c SHOES
To to suit 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
Goods which we will sell at
For Caab. Call and look at our Goods
and do aot fail to inquire the Prices.
y S. GARBER & CO.
Red Cloud .Veb.
THE RED CLOUD CHIEF.
Africa m fAii Column 10 f3f a Line.
T. W. Tipton. Brownrille.
P. W. Hitchcock. Omaha,
U. S. Senator.
U. S Senator.
R. W. Kurm.. Brownrille.
J. J. Uofjier. Lincoln.
J. IJ Weitern. Beatrice,
H. A. Komig, Colombo.
T Tl U'.kitar TUtrir.
j! M. McKenzie. Line In. Sup'. Pub. Innrrnc'n
Geo. H. Lke. Omaha. Chief Jutiee.
J. A. Tulleji.
K. II. .lone.
I. W. Tulleyi.
II. C. Rill.
II. S. Kalcy.
L. F. Mumrl.
Treasurer. Probate Judge.
W. E. Thorn.
A. M. Hardy,
O. W. Hall.
Arrivals asi Departures of Kails at the
Bed Cloud Post Office.
Juniata and Red Cloud, arrive" Tuesday and
Friilar. C o'c'ork p.m. Leatea Wednesday
anl Saturday. 7 a. in
Hebron and Franklin, arrive. Eoiov Weet
Tuesday and Friday. C p. aa. LeaTes Wedaea
daya and Saturdays 7 a. rn.
Going Kan. Arrive Mondyj and Thursday.
6 p. m Leave Tut-day ami Fyidayi.7 a. in.
Smith Center aud Bed Cloud. Arrive Tues
day 6 p. rn. Leave Wednesday 7 a. m.
Jewell and Red ('loud. Arrive Saturday.
12 rn. Leaven I p. m.
All penwn wishing to Register letter, will
pi ate hand tbem in the evening before the
M. B MCNITT. V. 31.
Saop 10 ccntfl per bar. Matches
thrown in, at
Rerf.nzen k Co.
Kerosene 40cts, per gallon, at
California Dried Apples and Utah
Whitefish and Codfish at
Gariier & Co's.
The best Horse Brushes iu America,
warranted to clean any horse without
distinction of nationality, color, disposi
tion, or sex, at
Berenzkn k Co's.
Garden Seed. Ox-bws and Keys at
Berknen k Ca.
Rf.ED Breaking Plow.-, at McNitt's for
LlOHT Calico just received ut
Berenzkn k Co.
Onion Seed for sale at McNitt's, for
25 cents an ounce or To cent a quarter.
Broom Handles, Wire and Twine at
Harrow Teeth, at the Hardware
- . -
Reei' Breaking Plows at McNitt's.
Large lot of Boots and Shoes just ar
rived at Gar her k Co's.
New Goods at McNitt's.
New supply of Hardware at Bercnzen
" Heaps " of New Good, at
Garker k Co's
Grain Sacks, for sale at McNitt's.
The best Ax Handles in the country
nt Berenzen k CVs.
Knives and .Forks at McNitt's, for
the small sum of $1.15 per set.
Ghas Seed, all kinds at McNitt's.
Fine assortment ot Clocks, at
S. Garber k Co's.
A fum. stock of Door and House
Triminincs at Granger prices, at the
3 lbs. Choice Rio CofTeo for $1, at
McNm has received, and is receiving
a large and complete stock of Farming
9 lbs. Light Brown Sugar for $1, at
A freh supply of that yard wide Cot
ton at 12J cents, at Potter k Perry's.
Larue lot of assorted No. 1 Italian
Violin, Guitar and Banjo Strings, at
NEW GROCERIE8! NEW GRO
CERIES! At Potter & Perry's, which
will be sold at Granger's prices. We
mean what we say I
A full stock of Dr. Jayne's Celebrated
Family Medicines, for sale at
Garber k Co's.
Crockery and Stoneware cheap at
Berenzen k Co.
New Broom Corn Seed for
For salt or rent. A house and lot in
goo! location. Inquire of Willcox.
Granger suit of clothes for $7.75, at
Berenzen k Co.
For Rent. SO acres of Old Ground
for rent. Terms $1.00 per acre, Cash.
W. N. Richardson.
Summer Clothing, dirt cheap, at
Berenzen & Co.
Remfmber that McNitt sells Imple
ments cheaper4 than Grangers and a
Britania Ware and a general stock
of Ciockery at Berenzen 4 Co.
Frkh Groceries just received at
Bkrsnzkn k Co.
Yesterday Rev. Maxwell moved io
to bis new residence on Smith's addition.
Richardson is building an addition
to his house, nearly as large a the house
itlf. It will -help make a show.
On Monday, Geo. A. H. Bowen, of
Juniata, was in town attending to legal
Joseph Garber, Esq , Clerk of
Nuckolls county, was in town on Satur
Thos. Ree. Esq., on Indian creek,
ha" fifty acres of wheat which lonks very
The Reveille is the name of a new pa
per publit-hed at Wahoo, the new county
seat ot Saunders county, by G. W. Mc
Laughlin. Saunders is a good county
and should give the Reveille a hearty
Mr. Post has painted his dwelling
and enclosed the lot with a neat fence,
also painted white.
Joe Warnkr is fixing up the Valley
House, repainting, etc., all pleasiug to
the eye, and addipg to the adornment of
"Uncle Sam's" ntusc in finished
and painted, and makes a fine appear
ance.. Mr. UoUradgav ef Waiaa tweak
was boss carpenter, and Vau Winkle
spread the outside coat of pure white.
Fresh Oranges and Lemons just re
ceived at Georoe Zeiss'.
The subject of cremation, or the burn
ing of the dead, ha claimed a great
share of the attention of leading Journals
for some months paL Our Indian
brethren, the noble red man of the forest
has been following the practice for ages
with only the alight differenci that they
begin the burning process before, instead
of after, death.
Notice is given to all wanting sawing
done before harvest, to brinx in their
logs within the next two weeks.
We hope and expect that this isue
will be the last with the ''patent out
side" business. We have pent for paper
and an electrotype heading,- both of
which wc hope will be on hand for next
week. In c:uc the heading does not ar
rive in time we shall i-sue without,
which may look a little odd, but need
detract nothing from the genera) interest
of the paper. Wo have had such a step
in contemplation foi some time, and now
make the venture, trusting thnt the in
crease of advertising patronage will
nearly if not quite compensate for the
Go to Potter k Perry's for Queens
ware, Knives and Forks, Razors &e.
On Wednesday night of last week, an
indtvidtial by the name of Coats stoic a
horse near Hebron, and "lit out" up
the valley. Tho next night he got as
far as Capt. Munsell's, two miles east of
- fm "r . ."(. . . M
Ked wood, where aatod:
cetved accommodations for the night.
About 10 o'clock the SherifFof Thayer
county, with a party of four or five men
made his appearance, and arrested Coats
(waking from a sound sleep,) and tying
him with a rope, when he Raw t':ere was
no chance of escape, he instinctively
looked at the rope and then at the tim
bers over his head, and meekly asked if
he could be allowed to write to his fam
ily, evidently thinking that his career
was to be brought to a sudden stop.
When searched it was found that he had
a revolver and seven knives in posses
sion. Tho party making the arrest left
immediately, and we have not yet learn
ed what disposition they made with their
BASOAINS IN SEAL ESTATE .
160 acres of land within 3 miles of
Red Cloud, price $200. 160 aores
within 4 miles of Red Cloud, 20 acres
broke, -price $250. 160 acres within
4 J miles of Red Cloud, 20 acres broke,
good running water, price $600. One
Lot in Red Cloud, House with three
rooms, cellar under house, good well of
water, price $400. Four lots and
house with niuc rooms, cellar full size of
house, good well of water, price $1200.
Also many other choice lands, lots,
and houses on favorable terms.
Apply to Richardson k Tulleys, at the
Court House in Red Cloud. u46-tf
A FEW days since as Mr. l.utz was
going into Kansas, be was asked if be
would haul a bar of iron, which on being
received he recognized as belonging to
the bridge on the Repwblioaa south of
this place. Somebody had taken and
sold it to the man in possession, for the
magnificent sum of fifty cents, the bar
being worth five or six dollara. Mr. Lutx
got to studying the matter, and being a
good loyal citizen of Webster county,
concluded to retain the iron as county
property, and offered to refund the
money expended, which offer was refus
ed, whereupon Mr. L. stated that he
would not give up the property till his
charge for hauling was paid, and eoory
informed the other party to pay $8.00
which was refuse i, and a rush made for
tho wagon whick waa repelled in good
style, by Mr. Lots. Finally the matter
was compromised by the payweat of
$1.50 aad the county property brosght
to Red Cloud aad taraed wner to the
county. As yet Mr. Lata baa aot been
reoutnerated for. kisjmlay and trouble,
but probably will be at the next Meeting
of the Board.
John N. Brown wants to take good
cow in exchange fur plastering. Cat! or
address a- above, at Red Cloud. 45
The bet Lime ia the market, for sale
four miles west of Red Ctad, by
45td Gbo. Ross.
CHAS. R. JONES,
Dry Goods, Groceries Boots
Hats, Caps, Oueensware,
Tiii-ware, Furniture, Hardware,
REED HEBBASKA CITY PLOW,
Dixon Breaking and Stirring Plow.
Weir and Sweepxtakcs corn Flow,
MOLINE CORN PLANTER.
ALSO A GOOD LINE OF HAND PLANTERS,
REAPERS, WAGONS, MOWERS,
And FARMING Implements,
Call and Exaariae Stock aad Price
At My New Store Building 2nd Door North of Post Officv
I would call the attention of the Farmers of Webster and adj-mm- cMnitii
to the fact that I have on hand a good a?ortmpnt of
FA HJHIJVG , 1MFLEMEN TS,
And am constantly receiving a lot of
PLOWS, CULTIVATORS, REAPERS. MOWERS, and RAKES,
among whfch will be found tho
EXCELSIOR REAPER & MOWER, HOLLINGSWORTH PACIFIC and
HAMILTON SULKY HAY RAKES,
For which I am -:ole Agent for Webster and Frauklin Counties, Nebraska,
ana Jewell and Smith counties, Kansas.
Mouth Guide Rock,
TEACHEE'S ASSOCIATION. f
The Teacher's Association of' Web
ster Co. will hold its first regular meet
ing at Red Cloud, Friday May l2d,
with Lecture in evening of same day
I desire to urge and reques. all inter
ested in the Association, and especially
the teachers of the county to 'attend
this first meeting.
An interesting programme has been
arranged, aud a committee appointed to
Crocure entertainment for all that Bay
t in attendance.
It is expected that School District
Officers will cheerfully grant the me to
those engaged in teaching to attend the
Association. II. S. KALEV.
Wagon Loads of New Goods arriving
f-at Potter k Perry's.
Easv riding Saddles California tree,
from $8, up.
HATS AND HAPS!
for-.odt-tPerK)ns wishing to' buy iHt-cJaas
-f- -. i 10.. mmu. a
Hat or Can, of the latest style, will con
sult their owp interest by calling on
Potter k Pkrrv.
Oxyoke. Iowa made.
More Summer Shoes. All at
TO THU PUBLIC
We the undersigned would take the
liberty to announce to the people of the
Republican valle, that we have received
a woll assorted stock of goods, and at
tractive variety of Dress Goods, includ
ing the most popular brands of Mohairs,
Alpacas, Japanese Dress Goods, Ging
hams, Poplins and other varieties, also
Summer Shawls, Table Lineas, Spreads.
Ac A full Hue of Ready Made Cloth
ing. Our Boot and Shoe Department
contains everything desirable in the way
of Ladies Gents, Misses', 4 Youths', and
Potter k Perry.
Berenzen & Co. have just received
a nice lot of Spring Shawls, and nice
If you want a cheap Corn Plow go to
McNitt, he sells lower than any other
man in the valley, for cash.
Wanted. 8,000 feet of Oak Timber,
io the log.
n4I-3 J. Q Potter k Co.
Spades $1. $1.35, $1.50. Shovels
nearly all the same, at
Berenzen & Co's.
J. Q. Potter will pay ca$h for logs
delivered at his mill in Red Cloud. 43
New Goods, Mew Prints, Beaatifu)
Sheetings, Cottonades, Sheetings (brown
and bleached) just received at
Potter & Pcrrt.
We have started a complete Boot &
Shoe Store, which we will always keep
well filled. Ladies G liters and Slippers
a specialty. CbiMrena kee n K
cents op ; Gents boots for bunstr wer;
fine English Oxford Ties: ' Rtdfctiirte
rates, at Berenzen A Co.
J. Q. Potter will pay cash, for Ion,
delivered at the mill in Red Cloud.' 42tf
Having purchased our stock of Ready
Made Clothing late in the season, we are
prepared to give bargains to our friends
in this line, unknown heretofore in the
history of Red Cloud. Call and see
when you come to town and get our
prices, and we will guarantee to sell you
Potter & Perry.
. TOwUTYET) IET7P L37. ;
List of unclaimed letters remaining in
bis office, May 1st! 374 :
James M. Butler. -
Chas. Louies Stroble.
W. If. S. O. Dell.
Mr. Jaae Straver.
Mi-s Mary Christieaay.
M. B. McNitt, P. M.
1 W BROWII
Eyerjihta dose ie Um Beat iHMi( aad
werkowalike sumt. idr aad iik i -patca.
. OBBtry work wKeitaa aaArBreeae
Tjra ta cxeaucv. -
Agent for the
Would respectfully inform the coplo
of Red Cloud and vicinity that lie is pro
pared to do all kinds of work in his line,
on short notice and reasonable tonus.
A Oo:d Fit is Ouaranta, and all Wcrk
Shop, west of Berenzen k Co's. Store.
CHAS I. MILLEK,
CARPENTER k BUILDER,
WouM respectfully inform the citizensof Red
Cloud ami vicinity that he in prepared to do all
kinds of work in bia line on short notice and
reasonable term Satisfaction guaranteed.
AH orders may he left at M lielltrV Taylor
Rsd CftiHl Retail Market
CORRECTED WEEKLY BY (MRBER k CO.
Crushed Sugar, for a dollar.... 7ft
A Coffee Sugar ,7
C Coffee Sugar 7
Yellow Coffee Sdgar -. 8
Dark Brown Sugar..-.. 9lbs
Choice Rio Coffee 3
Rice .' 8
Gunpowder Tea per tb $ 1 60
Yountf Hyson 1.00
Smoked Side Meat 13
Smoked Shoulders - - 1 1
Imperial 80l 30
Flour. Fairbury 3.50
do'XXXX. ILbron - ... 3.25
Red Flannels 40&60
White do 50(rt:60
Twilled do GO
Brpwn Shirting.... il18
Sprague and Mcrrimac Prints 12
Common Prints .' 10
Brown Demins 23
Blue " 23
Heavy Brown Ducking 2327
Stripe " " 20(a30
Heavy Boots 2 W(5 50
Light Boots 4 50C'i7 50
Heavy Shoes. 2
Riverton Retail Market
CORRECTED WEEKLY BY H. C LOIIKF.
Crushed Sugar for a dollar- 61b
Kj voiicc ouKir 1
Yellow Coffee Sugar 9
Choice Rio Coffee.... . 3
xvice...... ................... ................ .Sa
Tea per lb. $1.00&$l.60
Butter per lb 1620
Eggs per dozen 10
Flannels per -yard 40(a5o
Brows Shirting per yard 1317
Cqmtnon Pnats....... . .... 10
zfrown xewats... ........ .................11
Heavy Brown Dackiug ..27f
Boots and Shoes (men) )r pair..$2(o4F5
Womens Shoes per pair '?2$3
Nails per lb .'... (sH
AKCHIBAM K. KISSKIK.
UOTAST PUBLIC. S2AL 2STA72 AG3JJT,
All bosinr strictly attended to and mil cor
rctfpondeoce promptly answered Special at
t atinn fiTen f payment o( t3Xt . Collecuoe
aod Sell FUute Practice.
RIVERTON. FRANKLIN CO.. NEH.
H C. WEBER.
Wod aaaovar to the pople of Re4 Goad
mad ridnity that U prepared to do a'l kindf
of SiacoB Work. 00 chort notice as 1 rcaeable
terat. All order avay belettat thiaoSceorat
hi rendeace 4 aulea north -tart of Red Cfoad.
See. 39. town 2. raate 10 wen.
LIKE ! L.i JIJB ! !
Maxwell 4 Diaoee
WkatniBra the pablie th.t tby aare
Etade extearire vrepaxtios t a;saaketre
Itiaia. aad will kej oa hasd a
toettedaiaivdofthe pabiK which will
beeo'.dat -aoai5e raie-t
eatcaifcer tile Place
I5l"5 ottmt Qat Wide a atk f
Plows Plows !
I am now ready ti tipply the public
with all kinds of Hardware. Consisting
in part of
CITY. CLIPPFR. REED
k RRVPLEY. and BLACK
HAWK WALKING Cl'LTIVATOR.
BHOWNS and CLIMAX CORN
PL' NTERS. DOUBLE
SHOVEL PLOWS. WOOD.
IRON BE VM SCOTCH
k FRIEDMAN'S PAT
Fl'RST BRADLEY, and DAYTON
M'LKY HAY RAKES. EXCEL
SIOR REVOLVING. RAKES,
GRAIN CRADLE5. GRASS
$Htf ErerytliiB? Canallr
Kop in nn
ANo a full Stock of
NAILS, DOCK TRIMMINGS, and
SADDLERS HARDWARE. CAR
PENTERS and MASONS TOOLS.
A full line of
Pocket and Table Cuttlcry,
CARRIAGE BOLTS, all lengths and
GAICBEN V GRASS EEB
M. B McNITT,
RED CLOUD, - - yjSBRASKA.
h. - " 1 .I...
Chewing, Smoking, Tobacco,
OF ALL KINDS.
tSf'Fro&h Lager Beer from " Antelopol"
Brewery, constantly on hand.
RED CLOUD, NEB.
rill get them cheaper than
Boot A Shoe Shop
In Webster Connty.
Wishes to inform the Public generally
that be ts preparel at all times to take
orders aad Btaaofacturc all kinds of
Boots & Shoes
- In tm Bnt IhtmUe .SV'-
H Uoots made to oricr sni .
Perfect Fit Warranted
Repairtiif en Short Notice.
XZS CL03D. VS21ASZA.
Xa Clede Honsoi
; Red Cloud, Nebraska.
Tbi hotel ha W rttl mml rfuralh4
' throncbnui. l'wro-cia Mm, HatlrwaJ Alto.
ana alt pari" ri.iuti ItU Ooo I, Ul 5o4
atatraceoo.Bivi.tion At tht lluitl.
W. N. RiritARLSiON. J A TCLLETH.
Richardson L Tullcys.
3TAL 2S7ATS CCLLSIK3 A3S2.7I(
Will bu v anJ ll Rra! Kt tr on CommiIoi.
aivl pjr taxe tor ooa-rilat.
rcll attrntmn (iren t cttlrcnB. C
rtrpodeocc olieliist. A 1 lrr of JOvjol'r.or
on hanntv iraaitl injwrrM.
1RKD CLOUD. - - - NEB.
LA33 x ZS7SLLT.
Attorneys at Law.
RED CLOUD. - - - NEB.
J. P. & NOTARY PUBLIC,
BTvTSTOS. rranHis Ca, Neb.
Comrrranctne and all matter pertaining t
ftra! KUtcoro hrr l'rti"itj trotnpt
I7 and Iroi'rrl) rirrutr.
?r-enjtlM Filis: a Specalitr.
R. D. JIORKIS
Office and Reside net.
&ZD CL3TC. NE33ASZA.
fcaT'Sprcia! attention given to chronia
Iff Ij4h M. A. Iiinaell,
Would regretfully inform the l.vlle of Red
Cloud and ricioiu tht hr l pre
pare Itt ircut order fjr
PLAIN SEWING of all Kindt.
On h.tnd and for m a 8r wmrtmnt of
LADIES HATS. Ac.
fin McNittV Iluil.IinK.1
RED CLOUD, ... A'AVJ.
LI V E R Y
ST A BLE.
JUMATA, AIjiiiiC. !Vcl.
S.RI3NER FOR 1874.
THE UNKXAMPI.KD FAVOR RF)CKT)E
T TUIH MAIA'.I.Ni:iy tho puMie. roablre
at "to enter ut-on the romlnz yar with tb
mean of mV.inz it more at'raetire and ralu
tie thon trrr Wore to iu laraw and inrreafisf
numrr.f rra-ltr on U(btidea fthe Atlaatie.
The 5eril Stvry f the ftxr,
by MtTrrn. iarbrm or IyeStnrT hr
; a iftd writer. wht-h i dr-tioed to a wide aiB-
nlaritr. There will be BRILLIANT NOVKL-
ETTKS and the I8K.VT SHORT HrORIR. by
.-ut 'iou m rr ii.rrr. another.dellffbtral
A erie of'trikinv and ooiine POKMH.'with
iliufaU'.n. "tM.I TIMK MIIC by bfJ.
F.Tatlo . kaown br hn brilliast 'ontriba
tieottHe U'r.tern Vrr. will tlgg to tj acaia
tken4ef The Sr-ifi&tnr WlTk Flail.
The fit ,- Corh.The MilL ete
Portrait and iiiocrDbieal Hkt U-hee cf Amer
ican -Author. Taorrt on Ilry. tnalna
ittfk Kiioctn Europe, on Jloobo!d 1
rati' n and Farnttnre be. more thin Sftr
other IUutfatl Artele r now in wrara'
TUBS LENDID SERIES
the mfrt i-aoortant ut experjiTe eriw ef il-lBtrat-
I per trr aqdrtaken by any Muz
no, will hi e ntimetf tbrsh the yer fa
tb- Iece- ber nataber we, aip'ete tbe Papvra
oa LoaU'usa. The nest in nnltrr will b Tb
'oneKtar State; The Moniin Kl of thw
South : The Ir Reioo of Mt"ouri.etft ete.
The with the Jwrad K-titoril lht$ff
rnt Literature. Seiinee ao-1 Art 8keehe of
Trarel. oeiional Poem en4 Efrbfer. wilt
take up a Macadam ef CarbtLta Lhtratara
The Debe Nomber 'now ready) hat aa
able Article oa tSe Reewmtrfioa of .t-rt Pay
Bt,br r- twa?er. POEMH byRrt ILirte.
ifePoRald aaI otbert. Tbeeonttftiation ef'ho
two Urial fitnri. Shorter Storiex Spiesdid IJ
lartratJeaa of New Urf?at.tb PrlJ ef Amer
KditorLaifil bra Irra dahte erae of wyi
I ter The Topic of the t,. b Vr lLnawd.
1 ia WKh he r-p'f" r Joaa Reliaiea Newt
par: l-tnal KUfeiac etAt.
THK HOLIIT N . ml sT. NICSOLAH.
wt frleadM New inatntd Sfacnaa tot
fiirii aai B'Tf- the Caeet ever iamed. witt ba
for IJTI. Alas tJe. NreSr uA rVetaW
Busheee r.TPu NteZetae ' fnt in taeee wao
3brribf:r bth ltirae. TkeJalyaas
br of SenSa-r'i 3eth! eowtolaoatbe Iate
deerr W of ib QRKA r J.LTH rk.
" to t nWri'er ' tite wio laaaeat te
w!e sfVir tHeir aeb-erit9a.
ai-srxsif Mnmri t tM . Br. Xteeeaaa
SJ t3 a year. rf forbea.
U- Breadwar. y Terk;
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