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THE RED CLOUD CHIEF
Notices in thin Column 10 Cent a Line
Take the Chief.
Weather is cool;nnw-adayfi.
Geo. Zeis' s new building is looming
The wheat up on Indian Creek is
turning out 25 bushels (o the acre.
"Uncle Sam" will return home
from the Hot Springs in a couple oi
Strangers are constant!' arriving in
town, with a view of selecting perma
Anyone wishing to buy a first class
organ, would do well to call at the
Ed. Smith returned from the Hot
Springs last Friday, very much im
proved in health.
Mr. LeBond of the south side thros
hed 247 bushels of wheat fiom 21
There is a grosit deal of sicknes
among the children, all over the coun
try, at the present time.
A little sickness, some laziness, and
a general indisposition to work, is ail
that ails us this week.
W smnfcal a clear at Ceo. ITum-
nel's expense last Saturday, cause, a
bran new nine pound hoy at his house.
Mr. Cowley of Catherton record
that the aveiage yield of wheat up in
that section, is from 20 to 25 with the
best of the wheat to thresh yet.
We learn of the death of one of Mr.
Calvert's children, of diphtheria, Mr
Scott of Indian Creek ul&o lost one of
his children by the same disease.
A goodly number of the farmers
were in town last Saturday, with their
smiling faces. They all seemed in the
best of spirits, and jubulant over their
We learn that John Noycs has ta
ken unto himself a "better half and
legal third." If such is the case we
wish him an abundant success and a
happy journey throngh life.
We noticed Geo. Laverty in town
last week, circulating the beer and ci
gars, and upon enquiring as to the
causo of this liberality, learned that it
was a girl, aud weighed 1 0 lb.
Mr. Holsworth brought to our office
last jcet aTew sample onions that
werc the largest that we ever saw in
any country, raised righ t here in tbi
portion of the "great Ameriean Pes-
Our estimation of the average yield
per acre, of the wheat crop in the Re
publican Valley, based upon the bes
information that can be gathered
from the farmers and others is that it
will be about 25 bushels per acre.
Jno. Slusser, from across the river.
raised this year, 1250 bushels of
jjrain off of 65 acres. He had 050
bushels of wheat from 35 bushels
sowing, 300 bushels of barley from
16 bushels sowing, and from fouracres
of oats he threshed 247 bushels.
We have on exhibition at this office
a sample of the Missouri Valley corn,
grown by Uncle Jack Rcnnecker, on
bib farm across tho river that is about
as large corn as any country can pro
duce. Uncle Jack has 30 acres of
this corn that he says will yield 90
bushels per acre.
For reasons best known to himself,
Mr. Yeiser withdraws his name, am
will not be a eaudidate for the office
of county Judge. It will now be nec
essary to find some one else who is
willing to be sacrificed on tho political
altar for the good ot his ceuntry!
Water-melons have rolled in on us
thick and fast, for the last two weeks,
we have been some what under the
influence of water melons, they were
too much for us, we have got it in
fact we have got it bad. Don't bring
us any more melons ; for heaven's
Mr. Sheldon of Guide Hock brought
to our office, last Monday, some lu
cious Concord grapes, grown by him
self, in this portion of the "great
American Desert." It has been dem
onstrated that most all kinds of small
fruits do weH here, and our farmers
should give this branch of industry a
share of their attention.
We went up and took a look at
Sleepers flock of sheep, a few day&
ago, Ira Sleeper has a very nice lot of
sheep and intends to add to the
flock as soon as he can make tho nec
essary preparations for taking care of
them. Sheep raising will undoubtedly
pay a well in this country as any oth
From John Waller of Elm Creek,
we learn that the grain, what Kttlc
there has 'been threshed, gave
a good yield. Ed. Kceney threshed
out J -bushels of lurley from five
Hcres. John Waller had 60busheb
of oats to the acre, and about 40
bushels of barley per acre. e.i
Unrd's wheat went 26 bushels to the
acre 'There has been but little
wheat threshed in .this secUo,Du
what has been threshed is of cie u
Do not neglect to save something
for the couiing fair.
New hais, fall styles, at Mr.-.
The Red Cloud M:hool commenced
Numbers of teams pass through
town every day, loaded with new
wheat which they are drawing to the
Tips, Ties, and artificials at Mrs.
M. R Bentley's.
Every one connected with the
Chief, is on the "sick list" this week
and it was with difficulty that we got
the paper out at all.
There will be communion of the cou
gragatienal church the 3d Sabbt'th
of Sept. at 1 1 o'clock. A'so a pre
prratory service on Saturday at 3
o'clock, all christians are cordially in
vited. We call ittention to the new add,
of C. R. Potter, at the Red Cloud
Mills. Mr. Potter is doing a thriving
trade in the dry goods and giocery
buhines, and sells cheap for cash.
Call and sec him.
All persons knowing themselves in
debted to the undersigned will please
come forward aud settle, and oblige.
5 7-2w. A. M. Cook Red Cloud.
Mr. Montgomery and Mark Warner
have returned from Kansas, where
they had recently gone in pursuit of
hor.-e-thieves, having boon successful
in capturing and lodging them iu jail.
. 't - "
Call at Mrs. M. It. Bentley's, ladies,
and see the new style of Hats. 5-7tf
All who wish good pictures, will
please remember that Prof. Rogers is
now prepaied to do work in that line
on short notice, and in the most ap
proved style. Three pictures for a
dollar, or 50uts each.
Remember the place, Weber's old
stand, , ., ,
a-7tf Eel Cloud, INeb.
With thaukful hearts we welcome
hack to our midst the well known
face and form of Dr. Dal ton, and his
violin, (especiaiy the violin.) It will
be remembered that a lew mouths
ago the Doctor closed out his busines
in Red Cloud, ami betook himself to
the Rural districts loi the purpose of
engaging in the mercantile hurincss
For a long while all went well, but
alas, the business did not prove as re
munerative n was expected, and ron
sequcnlly the Dr. is back to Ikd
Cloud, engaced at his old tricks, dis
pensing meat to the hungry and sc
sawing on his old fiddle.
Uder taia bead we will mako aunnunpc
mvuwl raill wm well lo lie iMmli-iatys for
rotintv oPiee. 'h:iiR will ac two dollar,
and uiwunK acctml'iis to style or nonce J
We arc authorized to annou-ice the
name of H C Sett a4- candidate for
the office of Shnrifl of Webster county
Nebraska, subject to the action of the
county Republican Convention.
Ed Chief, p'cae withdraw my
name as candidate for County Judge.
1 find that it is an office that I cannot
attend to and my other duties
Very resp'ly Geo. O. Yciser.
An exclusion from Marines to St.
Joseph Mo. will take place Sept. 11th.
Tr.iiti leaving Hastings at 4 :00 a m.
Fare, round trip, 5,00 Leaving
Glennvllle at 4 : 25 a. m. Fare, round
trip$4,75 Leaving FairfWd at 4:50,
a. m. Fare, round trip. 4,50. La.
ing Edgar at 5: 10 a. m. Fate, rouud
Tiekets for sale by all station agents.
Tickets eood to return on any train
during the week. Opportunity to at
tend the Greatest Fair and Frcposiiion
ever held in the west. At St. Joe,
September 11th to lfiih: Proceeds
to erect a house of worship at He
bron. F. J. Hendkilsiit, Manager.
STOVES ! STOVES ! !
A carload of stove just received at
Mitchell & Morharr's, of all sizes pat
terns and styles. Coal or wood stoves
of all kinds, they will be sold at bed
rock prices. Call and see.
lothinc f 1 o t h i n
I o t h i n e Hs? 1 o t h i n
At J. G. Potter sr men's and boys
suits of ready made chthing (latent
styles) call and examine thce goods
and be convinced t h st it will be to
your interest to buy your clothing of
me. J. G. Potter,
courected wlekly ky i. n.
Norton, dealer in grain and
Wheat lower fair to good, 00 to Co
Barlrv 25 to 45 as to qualities.
Rye 25. Flax set d S5 to 00
Hogs iu good shipping condition
Fall wheat St. Louis no 2, 70 cts.
Free of charge sample bottle.
One dose of O. C.'s Colic, Cholera at.d
Diarrea Remedy. A sure and effectu
al remedy for the cure of Dycntary,
diarrea Cholera morbus, Summer
complaint, pain in the stomach and
bowels. Chronic diarrea, blood flux
fcc &c Aio colic in horses. One
dose isiii cure pain in the stomach in
3 minuets, cholera morbus in 5 to 30
minuets, according to sevetcne-s of
attack, one dose will cure au otdiuar
attack of Dysentery or diarrea. It is
never failing in its results, and .so
pleasant when reduced with 20 parts
of water that children will cry for it.
SoM and guaranteed, by P. R.
Potter, Red CI- ud Neb. 5 1 uui
Cut this Ad. out when u uo to
Indian flrml Mnlin.
Lrtr.rrce L L Mushn
One spool Cork's or Coat's Thread
Good Cotton Flannel,
Food Grey Wool FIuh lie,
Gov lii'jicn Denim, -.
Good IP. a vv Duel:,
IT Yard. Good Cu'iiO
Two Filters hair Fins,
12 doz. Bvfons,
1 doz. L'nen shoe L'-ca,
4 Bd!s Knitting Cotton,
12 Spools IJusti.ig Thread,
Ladies' Good Linen Collars,
American l'A'' Giaia Bays sold at $2."i0 per dozen.
In fact we have reduced pi ice- on most all our stock. This is no hum
bug,but a fact. The ooils above offered arc at least 20 per cent cheaper
than was evei brought to IIu-jti.ii:-. We always try and sell goods for less
money than they can be bought cl-ewbcre. C'a'i and tee Us when in Hast
ings. We are located fust door south of the Hank.
Wheat and bailey taken In exchange
for goods at J. (t. Pnttei'-.
Dress-making & Stamping.
Mrs. Bauer wishes to inform the
public that she is prepared to make
dresses on the shortest notice, and do
all kinds of stamping. Please give me
a call at Carl Weber's, Red Cloud.
43-3m Mrs. Bauer.
DO YOUR OWN GRAINING ! !
A new and simple method of giain
mg. Enclose 20ctsand I will send ",y
return mail punted directions for
giaming: ali shades. No humbug
Addiess. Rufus Miksch.
54-Oui Red Cloud Neb.
New styles fall goods at Mrs. Lutz
A large lot just receive at J. G.
Potter's. Latest styles of ladies and
Misses shoes and gaiters, and mens
and boys boots and shoe. Call and
examine and vou will not purchase els-
Lands For Sale.
We are now offering forale on bet
ter terms and cheaper than ever be
fore, all lands behmirirg to B. & .M.
St. Joe & 1. O and Midland Pacific
Rail Road Companies in Webster and
adiriniu? counties. We also have
some choice claims for sale. Give us
Kaley Bros. Atty's & Real e-tao
Agt'b Red Cloud Mib. 52i,
GO to the Postoffice for yonr station
cry, where you can get 2! shects'of
note paper for the small sum of ten
CHEAP CASH STOKE.
We are selling good gcois
cheaper than any other
firm in the city. The mar
ket will be full of shoddy
goods this fall, but don't
waste your money buying
them, when you can buy gen
uine goods at the same
L. M. THOMPSON and Co'
J. D. Po-t infoniH u that he has
the largest barn west of Jo ar
ner's and i- prepared to accommo
date tho freighters, and all other
who may call. Livery rigs furnished
on short notice i-'-li
The largest stock of speetae'e-. west
of Lincoln, can be found at W. A.
Smiths Hastings Nebraska. He is
sole agent for the Laz'irus & Mortis
perfected glasses, the finest in the
market for the money. 5- h f
A Qnc lot of prints, fall styles, at
J. G. Potter's.
Wanted 40 head of calves for
which the highest cash price will be
paid. Geo M. Taylor,
Red Clmd Neb. 5-.2m
For sale by Mitchell & Morhart.
These wagons are amone; the best
that arc made, and are fully warrant
ed. It will pay you go and look at
them before purchnsing clswhere,
Dis'rict J urt in and for Webster
Cat. arine DeLancy)
ver-us- j- .notice
William Henry Do J
Lai.-cy, defendant, I
The defendant, William Henry De
Laney, will ta'e notice that the plain
til? ha filed her petition in the Dis
trict Court of Webster Co. Nebraska,
prayine that th marriage between
the plain ti if and dfcrdant mar be de
clared a nullity, and that he is requir
ed to arwer said ptitjcn on or bf lre
.the feth day of October A. D 1,77.
J S. Gilbam attv for piaintttT.
W. A. Sm tb of Hastings keeps a
large and wtli selected stock of books
stationeryjewclry, musical iustrutueus,
wall paper, picture frames, to;es and
notions. He has a firt cJais watch
maker and engraver, and will guaran.
tec satisfaction with work entrusted
to his care. Customers can rely upon
b inp dea'' x iUirlv. I In
Hastiv;. it will no you uood.
jut yard, 9c
All who have Ileal c.tatc tli.it they wih
to soli, or cl:iims to li-'po-ts of. will timl it to
tlioir intcriMt to call on M. L. Tliouiic. at the
Ciiikk olliou. whtre terms will be male
Iiii'sicnmts. and thoc ilr.-irous ofeenr
inp homes in South-western Ncbr.isk.i,
would do well to couMilt this Agenej, enclop
ingstui'i for reply.
We have at present the following
described tracts of land for sale :
situated on Elm Creek. 50 acres under
cultivation, plenty of timber and water
Good well, 20 feet deep ; house, sta
bles, etc. Land nearly all level, being
mostly second bottom. Close to school
house. Price, $1,000. $500 down, bal
ance in payments to suit purchaser.
of deeded land, situated on Elm Creek,
Plenty of timber, partly under cultiva
tion. Convenient to schools and
churches. Term", $500 cash.
of deeded land, 1 miles from Tied
Cloud, 45 acres under cultivation, cor
lals, etc. Good well 20 feet deep.
Terms, $1,000, $500 cash dowo: bal
ance q a year. A bargain.
of land on Elm Creek on the Hastings
and Rod Cloud freight road, 25 acies
under cultivation, good frame house
10x20 with basement 14x35, good well,
stable room for 70 teams ; building 1 4
n2s" for the accommodation of freight
ers. Corn cribs aud corrals. This
pioperty ha- long been known as
Hummel's ranche. There is some tim
ber on the p'ac 'Till relinipii-hTor
3700. or will ghc deed for $S00. !Iah'
down, balance in one year, or will
trade for team and stock.
Timber claim, being the so'ith-cast
, Sec. 1-1, T. Ii, R. 9, Webster county
Neb. , Stillwater precinct. Mostly good
fam land. 45 acres under cultivation.
Will relinquish for $100, half cash,
balance in oue and two years.
100 acres of nice laying land on Elm
Creek, no drawes running through it,
partly under cultivatiou, less than a
mile from school and church, creek
runs through the nlace, plenty of tim
ber, a very desirable location, terms
of sale made known on application.
of hud on State Creek Webster Co.,
40 acres under cultivation, timber and
running water, bouse, stables, etc.
One SO of this land is deeded, the
other is a pre-emption. Will relin
quish the J0 that is not deeded and
give a deed for the other or both for
cash or trade.
The above descibed lands are of
feird for aio at reasonable figures,
ir.d are dc-irablft locations. All let
ters of enquiry promptly answered.
M. L. Thomas,
Owon & Chamberlain's Camphor
ated Hartshorn Linament, is not a
Patient, but the old Volatile Hnonent
made of the best material a J'.an
improved method. It 000 .c-
omend, but is acknowlcdi tn; tiy-
lcraros to oe 01a an'e- soie, auu
Horsemen fall back Jft it when all else
fail, and regard it as their stand by.
Sold and guaranteed by C. II. Pot
ter, Red t'loud.
U. S. Land Office,
Sept. 1st, 177 j
Goirp'aint having been entered a'
this office by Irving Walker,
agains Benjamin Shipman for sban
dooiik: his ho:napad er.tn', No. 2 J 12,
dated Apr. 21 1874, upon the south
west K Sec .'JO. Torn. o north, range
11 west, in Wcb-ter county, NeDraska.
with a iew to the cancellation of said
entry: the said parties are hereby
summoned to appear at this office on
the J." b day of Oct.. 1S77, at 9 o'clock
a. m . to respond and furnish testi
motiy concerning said alleged abandon
ment. Webster Eatwi, Register,
scpu Geo. W. Dorset, Receiver.
Deposition will be take in the
above entitled ca-e before J. A. Tul
lev. Co.. Gerk of Webster Co. Neb.
at his office in Red Cloud Seb. on the
ltfcb day of Oct. 1"77.
Webster Eaton. Register.
Geo W Dcrscy, Receiver.
Kc:e tc Teasaers.
VT Tc T.Vv mlnn Tlit T w,ll Y.
amine -1! peri ns who may desirr to
offei tl.;m h-t , as candidates tr sa-
chcrs of the pnmai v or common schools
f Webster county, ar Red Cloud nn tl c
first Saturday in the moaths of Feb.
ruaxy. May. August, and November.
A. A Pne Co. bup't.J
NiUuda Jan. lib ii-77.
a m. Tiio.vr.sox, r,op.
Cor. St. and Burlington Ave.,
HASTINGS - NEBRASKA.
Free Hacks ;o and irorn Depots.
9Qf Fine Sample Room in connection
with the House, fur the aecommoda
tin of Commercial Men.
W. W. Roi;insu., - - - Prop.
Good beds, good fare and charges
SrMeals at all hrurs.!
The Farmers Restaurant,
J. A. WILLIAMS, PiiontiFroK.
Freighters and others will find it to
their interest to patronise this house.
tZtf Warm meals at all hours!
II..STIKJK - - - - WRBBANWA.
Particular attention given to shop
work, and coffin made to order.
esajrPaiuting a .Specialty.'tSa.
Shop west of Richardson's building.
BSD CLOUD, - NE3.
Van Dyke & Sieler.
Plasterers & Stonemasons.
We are prepared to take contracts
and do all kinds of work in our line at
reasonable prices. Satisfaction guar
anteed, and all kind of stock aud
grain taken in exchange tor work.
S3T Cistern work a specialty.
KED CLOUD - SEHRAMKA.
J. L MIIiLEK.ProD.
Ke.-v constantly on hand a fiill lino
of'-f.c': auch a- Harnc-. Collars,
Wiihw. Saddle, and all other goods
usually kept in a lir-trclasshfp.
ALL V703K W.3r.Al?TS0.
43.tj- Red Cloud, Neb.
J. J. MILLER
CARPENTER aud BUILDER.
Eel Cloud, Neb.
Ts prepared to make estimates and
take contract for all kinds of building.
Red Cloud Drug Store.
C. II. POTTER, Prop.
Keeps the largest and best stock of
drugs, medicines, paints, and oils, to
be found in the Republican valley.
&- Prescriptions carefully compoun
ded, day or night.
1 2jj tm
Red Cloud Mill's!
We are prepared to do cus
Flour Feetl and
Cpn Me1 foP Sale
tr Satisfaction guaranteed io
nuality of flour sold, and ct'aTOM
work. Farmers .-hould be particular
to secure the best of seed wheat.
Potter & Frisbie!
Wines & Liquors
Chewing, Smoking, Tobacco
OF ALL KINDS,
pf) V ? JQ TJO Kill bf
-' d & a,f
Fresh LafiCF Bee fa
HED CLOUD. NEB.
S3 i-j s
my Goods anl
Hats? Caps. Sl
Rtatlij Jltutt: Clothing !
We have- the Largest
Stock in the Valley and will
not be undersold.
GIVE ITS A CALL, 0: K - ALL
4W Kcd Cloud , "Neb.
Mims ffounfe fiiinli,
epy j " r)
IIASTIMfb, AD !H COUM V, NEIJ.
A General Banking Business
MADE A SPECIALTY.
Drafts on Europe bough: aud soki
Agents for several ftcam.-hip line?.
36y-Busine3S entrusted to as wiii have
prompt and eareful attention.
Billiard Saloon !
W. C. BKNSON. I'ropri:or,
Keep? constantly on hand a fine
B E E 11.
I have aK- a rood supply of the
best CIGAKS in the marker.
In tbf Mine biildins, nn-Mair.) !
the larpst and root coiffl'Hnou hall
in the village, which will be rented on
rea-inable tcrtn, to the public, for
concert.6, sociable, LP.-. or traTcIia?
OT. C. Benson
RED CLOUD, NEBRASKA.
BOOT AND SHOE SHOP ! r
PARKS BROS.. Propritvrs.
Tln irtn i-. n- w pn-pari'd to fnrnili the public with BOOTS
made of the in t material and at figure so low that none occd so bare
Ail Kinds cf Repairing Done With Neatness and
INH-A hnre of tht public patronace respectfully MKcUod.
work lully warranted.
(ivi: i: a Tin a 1,
aud be convinced that it i. to jour intercut to patronize u.
S mm g w
BOOTS and SMOKK,
t M y&MW :
HATS CAPS &
CHEAPER THl CHEAPEST ! I
Call and See Us Before You Biy
Z2a' j. (Jio NEW BUILDING,
On riRST STREET, opposite Commercial HtUl, V
lv:i SUvinr A K.
We '.rni;!(l rrtpi-et fully inform the pnLlie that wc ar nrrprtd ht
do all kind of'uort- in our l?n promptly and in . workmatilikp inrmr
J!' I lH rMntritiif .-1 Mitfi'lultv
1 19 . '
ai'nn- and Imvi'i', ! nit to . r lor.
i'lUjJ-.5 KhA.U.NAULK, and SATIS KACI ION (IliAKV.N
we :ai: be fouitd at
3G HKl) CLOm.
mmm immm um
Carrie th Wt and tnot cunplctc U:lc tfDV.Y LCMRfjl
ki-.d., for Buil.lins. iSridse, and K'-'ral puri, aow in ny Vj
I'KK kc, i- unflffualwl.
Owninr our oi tiuiVr hi'i, nvr and phtnin? mTf, f
-!M'f.il iaun freight, jrire- in 2. chan: ij nncawtfdj
any yard in Kinaa or Nebraska. (.Jive u a call.
a3i:jt r:2 "z:z tail' TOD -
W. A.CAiIP, Prop
V. nOLESALK AND
BOOTS, and SHOES, HB
Furnishing Coods. i
1. Tinker, Irpa.
Jir;,ir U .il'iiiii. I.iilii S
nml wanantrtl a tt thKit.
slsspzs's old stand.
It. J,. Til
idL, tjs ssst or m.
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