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Take the Chief.
Make hay while the son .shines.
S. Garber ha returned from the
Hot Springs Ark.
Geo. Zeiss' new building will soon
We have recently added quite a
number of new subscribers to our list.
Who is engaged to deliver the ora
tion, at the fair next week.
Sleeper & Tinker have lust finished
another of their excellent Red Cloud
Services will be held on the camp
ground next Sunday commencing at
10:30 a. m.
Mr. Morhart will soon commence
the erection of a new residence in the
north-west art of town.
Quite a number of our citizens both
old and young, st tried this morning to
attend the Sunday School picnic to be
held at South Guide Rock to-day.
Frederic William Thomas, editor
and proprietor of the Free Press,
Philadelphia Pa, died Sept. 7th;
aged 70 years.
We acknowledge the receipt of the
premium list of the Adams county
fair. It is a neat little pamphlet,
printed by A. L. Wigton& Co., of the
The United states has the largest
rrop of wheat the pn sent year that
it has had for several years past,
while in England the crop is far be
low the average.
Wc understand that on one of B.
O. Perkin's farms, situated on Platte
Valley, 400 bushels of oats were
threshed from five acres of ground.
Battler Co. Press.
Hamptos & Ralston have comple
ted a three-seated spring wagon for the
mail carrier, thatjs a model of neat
ness, and shows tfiat the "boys" are
masters of their trade.
J. F. Waters has arrived with his
Photograph Gallery and will remain
ten days. All those wishing pictures
will find this a rare chance to get them
at reasonable rates.
The bridge over Crooked Creek,
east of town is in a dangerous condi
tion, and should be repaired at once,
rfjro-ihe county Is called on to pay
damages for some mau's team getting
crippled or killed.
We arc authorized to announce the
same of F. H. Brigham as candidate
lor the office of county surveyor of
Webster county Nebraska, subject to
the action of the county Republican
Mr. and Mr. Scott wish to publicly
tender their thinks to the kind friends
who gave their assistance and encour
agement, at the time of their late sad
bereavement. The kindness then ex
tended will not soon be forgotten.
There will be communion of the con
gragational church the 3d Sabbath
of Sept. at 1 1 o'clock. At the school
house in Red Cloud. Also a pre
paratory service on Saturday at 3
o'clock, all christians arc cordially in
vited. Twenty-five horses have been sto
len from Kearney iu the last two
j'cars, and ouly one of them have been
recovered, and not one of the thieves
have been caught. They ought te
come down this way and get little
Mark Warncf after them.
If the Chief docs not come up to
jour expectations, this week, pleac
remember that wo have all been sick,
and in justice to ourselves ought not
to have got out a paper at all. "The
heart is willing, but tbe flesh was
Last Friday wc visited the fair
grounds, work was progressing oo the
race track, which, wheo completed
will be an excellent place for the spor
ting fratcrnifv to trr the speed of
their stock. The track is so located,
being ob a low pic: of ground, that
ample oportunity will be afforded for
pectator-i to ice the sport.
Mr. McQuilkin's little girl that wx
bitten by a rattle snake a short time
ago, had a very Barrow escape from
beige bit tea again the other day
while out playing she stepped on a
large rattle anake, bt iorrnnately s&.
et taate. The dof wfaioh wa fol
lowing her. however, wv not so for
teatc, m he received a bite oo tbe
Next Tacsday the (air ommeaces
we hope all will take hold and help to
make it one of the best ever held in
The wherewith to make a good ex
hibitioB is abaBdaut, and all that is
accessary to make it a success, fe a
little iaterest on tbe part of the peo
ple of tbe ooanty.
Mr. Holdsworth has for sale about
400 bushels of tbe best quality of o
;nc which he will sell at the lowest
cash price. Those woo wisn to nay
onto will do well t call soon, aa they
iregoingftst Reac three mp
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he saw the
-ew hats, fall styles, at Mrs. Mc-
Tips, Ties, and artificials at Mrs.
M. R. Bentley's.
Just received a very large stock of
new styles of Clothing at Baum's.
Between Mark H. Warner's and
Red Cloud, a box amethyst gold ring.
The finder will be rewarded by leaving
it with J. R. Willcox, Red Cloud.
Don't go barefooted if you can buy
boots and shoes at your own price &t
Go to the photograph gallery of J.
F. Waters for your "shadows."
The best and most complete assort
ment of Dry Goods van bo found ntL.
Everyone who reads this article to
resolve that you will come to take a
look at our new stock of Fall Goods
the very first opnortunity, whether
you want to buy or not, at L. Baum's.
Don't forget to c.ill on J. F. Waters
when you come town, and get a pic
ture of the little ones. Bring the
children in the forenoon to secure
Our entire stock of Clothing, Dry
Goods, Boots and Shoes, Hats, Caps,
and Groctries, will be offered to the
public from the time we open doors in
the morning until the close at night,
at L. Baum.
As we propose to remove our entire
s:ock into the keeping of our patrons
as fast as possible, at a small advance
on cost, we want pecuniary assistance
in order to help us. L. Baum.
BED CLOUD CUBBENT BASKET BEPOBt
CORRECTED WEEKLY BY S. OAUHER.
Wheat, per bushel
Corn, M "
Potatoes " "
Oats 4 ,l
Barley " "
Eggs per dozen
Butter per ft
Onions per bushel
Dried apples, 10 lbs for
A Sugar, 7 lbs for
C Sugar 7 &8tbsfor
Best Rio Coffee 3J & 4 lbs for
Rice 9 lbs for
Prunes 8 lbs for
Blackberries 7 lbs for
Currants 8 lbs for
Teas from 40 ots. to $1.00 per lb.
lUU&uns i to 1 1 per yaru.
Ducks, from 17 to 25 cts. per yard.
Prints fl & 8 cents per yard.
All persons knowing themselves in
debted to the undersigned will please
come fotward and settle, and oblige.
5 7-2w. A. M. Cook Red Cloud.
Call at Mrs. M. R. Bentley's, ladies,
and sec the new style of Hats. 5-7tf
All who wish good pictures, will
please remember that Prof. Rogers is
now prepared to do work in that line
on short notice, and in the most ap
proved style. Three pictures for a
dollar, or 50cts each.
Remember the place, Weber's old
5-7tf Jtcd Cloud, Neb.
Udrr thi8 head we will make announce
ments f r all wnii mirU to be candidate. for
county office. Chary w will be two dollar,
and upward, according to style of notice
We arc authorized to announce the
name of H. C Scott as candidate for
the office of Sherift of Wub-tcr county
Nebraska, subject to the action of the
county Republican Convention.
Ed. Chief, p!ea.e withdraw my
name as cindidate for County Judge.
1 find that it is an office that I cannot
attend to and my other duties
Very reply Geo. O. Yeiscr.
STOVES ! STOVES ! !
A carload of stoves just received at
Mitchell & Morhart's, of all sizes pat
terns and styles. Coal or wood stoves
of all kinds, tbey will be sold at bed
rock prices. Call and see.
1 o thing ? 1 o t h in
lothing T lo t h i i:
At J. G. Potter's, men's and boy
gaits of ready made clothing (latest
styles) call and cxarcino these goods
and bo convinced that it will be to
your interest to buy your clothing of
ic. J. G. Potter,
Corrected wkkki.y by I. N.
Norton, dealer in grain asd
Wheat lower fair t good. 60 to 65.
Barky 25 to 45 as to qualities.
Ry 25. Flax serd 85 to .
Hogs in good shippiag conditio
Fall wheat St. Low ae. 2, TOets.
Free of charge saw pie bottle.
One dose of O. C.'s Colic, Cholera and
Diarrea Remedy. A sure aad effectu
al remedy for the cure of Dysentary
diarrea Cholera morbus Suainer
foBtplaint, pain in the stomach and
bowels. Chronic diarrea, bloody lux
Ac &c Also colic in horses. Owe
dose will ere pain iw the fitotaaeh ia
3 arinuets, cholera aaorbos in 5 to 30
linnets, aecordiac te evcreae of
attack, one dose will care an ordjaary
attack of TJyseatery or diarrea. It ia
never failing in its- results, and so
pleasaat wheo reduced with 20 parts
of water that children will cry for it.
Sold aad gaaraateed, by CJI:
Potter, Red Clond Nb. ' l-6at
Cut this Ad. out when yod oo to
Indian fiend MUn.
Laicrence L L. Muhn - 1-
One njiool Clark's or Coat's Thread,
Good Cotton Flannel,
Food Grey Wool Flannel,
Good Brown Denim,
Good Heavy Duck, ';-
17 Yards Good Calico - - J -
Good Ginghams, - -
Two Pipers hair Itns, - , -
12 dot. Buttons,
1 dm. Linen shne Laces,
4 Balln Knitting Cotton,
12 Spools Basting Thread,
Ladies' Good Linen Collars,
American l'A" Groin Bag?, sold at $2.50 per dozen.
In fact we have reduced prices on uio?t all our stock. This is no hum
bug.but a fact. The goods above offered are at lea.t 2w per cent cheaper
than was ever brought to Hastings. Wc alwa3's try and c!l jjoods for less
money than they can be bought elsewhere. Call and .ce us when in Hast
ings. We are located first door south of the Bank.
Wheat aud barley taken in exchange
for goods at J. G. Potter's.
Oress-raaking & 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 grain
ing. Enclose 20cts and I will send by
return mail printed directions for
graining: all shades. No humbug
Address. Rufus Miksch.
34-Gm 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
examiue and you will not purchase els-
Lands For Sale.
We are now offering for sale on bet
ter terms and cheaper than ever be
fore, all lands belonging to B. & M.
St. Joe & D. C. and Midland Pacific
Rail Road Companies in Webster and
adjoining counties. We also have
some choice claims for sale. Give us
Kaley Bros. Atty's & Real cstae
Agt's Red Cloud Neb. 52tf
GO to the Postoffice for yonr station
ery, where you can get 24 sheetsof
note paper for the small sum of ten
CHEAP CASH STORE
We are selling good goods
cheaper than any other
firm in the city. The mar
ket will be fall 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. Post informs us that he has
the largest barn west of Joe, War
ner's and is prepared to accommo
date the freighters, and all others
who may calL Livery rigs furnished
on short uoticc 33-tf
The largest stock of spectacles west
of Lincoln, can be found at W. A.
Smiths Hastings Nebraska, nc is
sole agent for the Lazirus & Mori is
perfected elases, the finest in the
market for the money. 5-1 tf
A fine lot of prints, fall styles, at
.J. G. Potter's.
Wantkp. 40 head of calves for
which the highest cash price will be
paid. Geo. M. Taylor,
Red Cloud Neb.
For sale by Mitchell & Morhart.
These wagons are among the best
that are aiadc, and are fully warrant
ed. it will pay yoa go aad look at
them before aarchnsing cNwhere.
District 3oart in aad for Webster
ervu f notice
WiUiaai Heary De
Lucy, defeadaat. J
The defeadaat, WiKiaai Heary De
Laacy, will take aotice that the plaia
tiff has fled her petitioa ia the Dis
trict Caart of Webrtcr Co. Nebraska,
prayinir that the aiarriano between
the plaintiff aad defendant may be de
dared a nallity. aad that he is requir
td to answer datd actUhra oa or before
the 8th day of October A. D. 1877.
J. S. Gilhaai att'y for plaintiff.
W. A. Smith of Hastings keeps a
large aad wtM nefeeted stock of books
atatieaeryjewcrry. bibk1 laatn
wall paper, pietara frames, toyes and
Botions. He aasafnt eaus watch
asaker and eagraTer, aad will gvaran;
tee satiidaeiiea wkfcwark eatrastcd
to bis care. Costaaers eaa rely apon
V.: j.-t -t.i. r.:i !..
wciug ucaik wKn vbuiv. j-iu
Hastings, it will do you uood.
per ittrd, 9c
M who hfic Hi'.V citato tJjj.t thoyi-h
U roll, or cliiim? t" di.-iio-o f. -vIII iinl it n
thtir intercut tociiU mi M. L. riiim.ii- at tho
t'liCKr olfifc. Ali'rf tonus ih hv niinle
Immigrants, and tlioe dc?in'C ': m-cui-idr
huuietf in South -western Nebraska,
would do well tocnnsult thU Agency, enclos
tng taim for ruply,
We hnve 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. Terms, $500 cash.
of deeded land, 1J miles from Red
Cloud, 45 acres under cultivation, cor
rals, etc. (Jood well 20 feet deep.
Terms, $l,tKX, $5(Hicash down, bal
auce iu a year. A bargain.
of land on Elm Creek on the Hastings
and Red Cloud freight road, 25 acres
under cultivation, good frame house
16x26 with basement 14x35, good well,
stable room for 70 teams ; building I 4
x28 for the accommodation of freight
ers. Corn cribs and corrals. This
Iiroperty ha long been known as
lummel's ranche. There is some tim
ber on the place. Will relirtfuish for
$700. or will give deed for ,$mHJ Half
down, balance in one year, or will
trade for team and stock.
1 60 ACRES
Timber claim, being the south-cast
k. Sec. 14, T. 3, R. 9, Webster county
Neb.. Stillwater precinct. Mostly good
farm land, 45 acres under cultivation.
Will relinquish for $400, halfeash,
balance in one and two years.
160 acres of nice laying laud on Elm
Creek, no drawes running through it,
partly under cultivation, less than a
mile from school and church, creek
runs through the olace. plenty of tim
ber, a very desirable location, terms
of sale made known on application.
of land on Stato Creek, Webster Co.,
10 acres under cultivation, timber and
running water, house, .stable.-, etc.
One 80 of this land is deodi'd. the
other is a pre emption Will relin
quish the 80 that is not deeded aud
give a. deed for the other or both for
cash or trade.
The above described land? arc of
fered for sale at reasonable figures,
and are desirable locations. All let
tors of enquiry promptly answered.
M. L. Thomas,
Owen & Chamberlain". Camphor
ated ilsrtshoru Linament, is net a
Pattern, but the old Volatile linament
made of the best material aui l-y an
improved aaethod. It needs no ree
onead, but is acknowledged by Phy
sicians to be old and reliable, and
Horsemen fall back on it when all c!;C
fail, and regard it as their .tand by.
Sold and guaranteed by C. 11. Pot
ter. Red Uloud.
aaaj ai aaw
U. S. Laxi Office. 1
Bloomington, Neb. .
Sept. Ut, 177 I
Cos? plaint haviag bees entered ai
this otSce by Irving Walker,
aaiw Benjamin Shipoaa for aban
doning his homestead entry, No. 21 12.
dated Apr. 21. 174. upon the snath
west i, Sec 30. Town. 3 north, rancc
1 1 west, ia Webster county.Nebra-ka.
with a view to the cancellation of uid
eatry: the said partiea are hereby
itummoaed to appear at thr? oCre on
tbe 15th day of Ocr, P77,at 0 o'clock
a. ia-, to respond and furnish e:i
mony cocccraiag said alleged abandon
ateau Ul EBSTER. LaTOX, Rooter,
sopG Geo. W. Dorse v, Receiver.
Dcposuioa will be taken ia the
above entitled ca-e before J. A. Tal-!-i
Cn.. ClnrV of Wcbtrtrr Co. Neb
at his office in Red !owd Neb. w 0 e
10th day of Oct. 1877.
Webster Eatoa, Register.
Geo W. Dewey, Receiver.
Notice ie htrby rivaa, That I will ex-
i-hatiaeaQ persooa wha auy desire to
offer themselves as aaaaidatea for tea
chers of the primary or common schools
f Webster ooanty, at Red Cloud on tb?
first Saturday in tberaonthi of Feb.
ruary, May, Aug aafc-jjd- Noveaiber.
A. laVii.0 Ce. Suu't.
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jerunoa jaa -oi
C. M. THOMPSON, Prop.
Cor. 1st St. and Burlington Ave.,
HASTINGS - NEBRASKA.
Free Hacks to and from Depots.
1& Fine Sample Room in connection
with the House, for the accommoda
tjon of Commercial Men.
W. W. Romxso.v. - - - Prop.
Good boJ.-. ooii fare aud ch:.rCt
"Meals at all hours. "XS8
The Farmers Resiauranl,
J. A. WILLIAMS. Pn-rtWUKTOR.
Freighters and others will fiud it to
their interest to jiatn-nuc thi.- lmn.-e.
Ks?.Waim uieala at all hours!
I1ANT1'K - - - - XEBHVSHA.
Particular attention given to shop
work, and coffin made to order.
42rPafntiiip a Specialty.- Tctfl
Shop wet of Richaidson's building.
BED CLOUD, - XT33.
an Dyke & Smeller.
Plasterers & Stonemasons.
We are prepared to take contracts
and do at!4cuuf of work in our line at
reasonable prices. Satisfaction guar
anteed, and all kinds of stock aud
Krain taken in xchnne tor work.
J- Cistern work a fp.ccialty.
KF.I ci.oi'n -"" XF.IIBWKA.
J. L. MILLER, Prop.
Keeps constantly on hand a full line
oftock, such as Harness Collars,
Whips. Saddles, and all other goods
usually kept in a tir?t-cla.-s shop.
ALL 770HK WAB3A1TTED.
45-tf li.-dt'loal Neb.
J. J. MILLER
CARPENTER and BUILDER.
Bed Cloud, Keb.
Isprerared to make estimates and
take contracts for all kinds of building.
Red Cloud Drug Store,
C. H. POTTER, Prop.
Keeps the largest and best stock of
drugs, medicines, paints, and oils, to
be found in the Republican valley.
CeSf" Prt-eripiimt cafuUn compoun
ded, ddi or tiiffht.
Red Cloud Will's I
We are prepared to do cus
Flour Feed and
Corn Me"1 for Hle'
&- Satisfaction guaranteed ia
quality of flour SOLD, and ri stom
work. Farmers -hould be part.cu!tr
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POtter 06 FriSDie.
.... 1 e.bian Tahar.ca
OF ALL KINDS.
1 tf iu i
1KA .V.l IN
Dry Goods and
BOOTS anil ftirOfift
Hats. Caps Sl
Ready Made Clothing !
We have the Largest
Stock in the Valley and will
not be undersold.
GIVE US A CALL, ONE ,V ALL
4T.d Red Cloud, Neh,
Jjdams ounfu jjanh,
IIASnNJJ-. AOK00l"M r, 'K.
A General Banking 3usiness
MADE A SPECIALTY.
Draft? on Europe bought ad -oal
Affcnt. for cveral tanrhip Rner.
xrBu5inL- entru-tol to u -M have
Billiard Saloon !
W. C. BKN50S. I'ropriewr.
Kep nU&tly on-naad a Sne
J wix En. LIQl'OKS.
TEHS&KKKSU BEE R.
I Bare aln a pxxl wpply tbe
bcrft CIGARS in the market.
In tfcc izzzz bnildinK, (nD-?ta:r. i
the largest and iaot comnsodioas hall
ia tie riKajre, which will be rented on
reasonable txzhf, w the pnbTie, fer
conccrtf, soeiable, ball?, or travelinj;
JLWm Gm Beiisci,
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BOOT ANDr SHOE SnOP !'
PARKS BROS., Propriters.
This firm i nw prepared to famish the pnblic with B(J0T3
made of the hot material and at figures so low that none need r bafT
All Kinds of Repairmg Done With Neatness and
Cff A .-hare of the public patronage respectfully elicited. AI
work luiiy wat ranted. v
G1TC U A TKIAI
and be conrinccd that it h to yoar interest to patronize u..
?f nTiiff, - - - laTebr
CLOTH I WC,
COOTS and S'FTO
HATS. CAPS .FnrmchlfeC
Call and See Us
mj.t 1ho NEW BUILDING.
On FIRST STREET, opposite Commercial t
Nov. -J l tf H ASTl N';S. NKIIRASKA.
I r Nlepr 4k It 1.
IVc would n'hHci fully inform fho pnlilir that w u em rd x
I kinds of work in our lin. , promptly nttd m a workuanlVc uiannvr .
v-l'Iow repairing a ci!ty. limlrr Wtttnmn. liijht flariac 7
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IMtK'KS KKASONAHLK. and SATISPACTIU.N t.'UAM'Mlf' T ,
we ca:: bs romrc at
W, HKD CLOUD,
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HASTINGS NEB, I '
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DRY GOODS, CI.OTJl
BOOTS, mm SHOES, $.
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