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About The Red Cloud chief. (Red Cloud, Webster Co., Neb.) 1873-1923 | View Entire Issue (Nov. 30, 1883)
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"now present in Wftskiagtoft
the Senators aim. perhaps
lJw Representatives. There
ticular reason for pur being
one of these latter, to the
hut it m very pleasant place
rnd we politicUns arc without
vwl occupation, sow that (he
are over, until Congress
trs is a queer (radc, or would
"it a profession, lie laughingly
Sued? Yet. much store profes-
in brattice, Uiouch that Js not
.our JauluWfLmwm welt.
i)VX?(i thmv vL
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hisnif-m , : .
a mcmuer oi
.because be favored a
e it.pt lie never got a
falereacniUtSWll. lie was in
two yaars aTSfc-his J on cent
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4 syagck letter sfcortar,N
M ether .word, hejfot C"V-
vola but never cattght the Mbr'i
eyeto apeak hie measure. Hie
er ImhI taken hw neeevre in the
place, amd m he happened to oppose
the ide, lie .merely Jt the Michigan
martyr look in Tain for recognition.
The poor man went home to hw asgry
coMetitueiita politically raised.
Your correspondent inde thie mem
ber of Congrwo, with ample leisure to
talk end in a happy aud content
frame of inind, not only amuaing,
bet instructive, aa well. I did not in-
tenriew him, and I will not quote him
hut his riewa as to the results of n
political circumstances, and hU A
caste of cosniry? events is inter
just as they dropped from his rffsfrl
fum them tp for the sake of brevity in
hi tmn concise ientenccs.
"Butler will brain the democracy in
'M,n he saiij. "see if he dou't. He in
thoroughly mad. If e believes, hAould
have been nominated foTTresident and
would have oTit. But Sullivan and
tedhim. Sullivan turned
die of tlie BostcHiese. They
1 they could do to swallow
Boston was becomidg famous
cijmllv on account of Sullivan and
rytutler. This hurt the feelings of the
beaM enters. A champion physical
bruiser and a cliHrnpion political bruis
er were to much to support. The Mass
Hchnsetts pilgrims sunk beneath the
""load. In thwxoiidttion Butler became
nn evy prey to the wiles of the art
mi Tildeu. This mild, beneficent old
gtntleman who seems to delight in do
ing good, went a force of his emissaries
over from New Yor)cwith a specimen
from, his "bar'l." TJie result is Butler
heat, and a risingFresidential Candi
date consigned to the filcnt tomb. So
tncy BMppose. juut isutier win be a
political BmimUo. He will appear in
the National Democratic Convention
wkhhis siu!chral garments about
thin his eve. and the ghosts
ft ' workinAaea-party nt his back.
He will tnkcaaeat at the head of the
table and help himself. the turkey,
iaindifhe don't, lie will take the
"white meat," thank you for his'
Jient our our jolly improvisator burst
into a hearty laugh at the picture he
I wish I.could give you morefifhia
with a resume of what
he remarked concerning tho Speaker
chip. Carlisle and Randall represent
the antipodes of democracy Tho
former is for a vigorous campaign. He
will try to put some vitality into the
old- democratic skeleton. He will
make an advance, aud indulge in the
novelty of a new idea, if lie is pcrmitcd
? to. He ha the mistaken notion that
-eivfc ' ne democratic partv lias somo purpose
uxisieiiei: v.cuii m-'iinij; uiiict:.
rA"hnse the republicans."
A i w
is agocKl enough jilatrofm for him
Whatsis tariff legislation? Answer.
Something that divided the democratic
vote; therefore let it alone. What is
in appropriation? Something that
takes money, therefore to be opposed
ori'tle score of economy, Randall's
estimates of his own party jsets them
'. down as barren of sense or application
of nliITc questions. Cjirlrsle thinks a
"Kttl .better them. He rroposes to
emcrgcr from the Jacksonian period.
The votes for the Speakership will be a
test as to which of these theories will
InT titty case. Ue democrats are at
the end of their success. Butler will
put iip their headstone next year. The
inscription, will read: "Here lies
DeqMJcracy, which died in 1834, of too
men iuuen." j.
Harlak, Kansas. Uov. 25, 1883.-
Tlte steam thresher has been heard
' whistling tlirough tho land, hunting
,. the stray jobs.
" Ur. Bennem, the Harlan grain buy
7 exs doing a good business. -
kJJTow, Randall knows better
TllA t.Mn.1 m.... ilkAai !. .A - .
f eell their coru at 25c We glory in
VTJie students have
, eoase vers' craniksochiUee.
CTMlkerary society has started a
fcxlt is called tho "Alnlia. Betta
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METHOD OF SCHOOL MECITA TIOS.
Htkd befiire Teecher'a Association,
Nev. fO, )f S, by Mite Eva J. King, of
Perhapa -k would tie well to consid
er some of the objects of recitation he
fore speaking of methods, for method
are Mil means by which we seek to at
tain desired ends.
We have many children, and it
might be well to add many grown peo
ple, believe, that the only object in
studying is to acquire the ability to
make'a good recitation.
We teachers do not believR this,
therefore we shauld teach the children
thst they do not study merely to re
cite. We ought to consider any recitation
which merely tests a pupil's prepara
tion of an assigned lesson, as a failure.
What then are the objects ol recitation?
They may le clawed as primary and
secondary. Primary object: I. In
struction imparted by teachers and pu
pils. 2. Mental, physical, and moral
training for the pupil.
Secondary objects: To induce study,
to test preparation, to cultivate lan
guage, to correct mitaken ideas, to
awaken inquiry, to form habits of at
tention and self-possesion.
The methods by which these objects
may le attained arc the bent methods,
arc the methods we wish to employ.
This subject is so broad that In a few
mutes talk one can hut touch upon
of the leading features There
llions of methods. The task for
chers of to-day it, to sift these
, to separate the wheat from
Every teacher should have a
1 plan of procedure for each rec-
Of course the details of this
111 vary from day to day, as the
skill of the teacher dictates,
general plan might be as fol-
1. Assignment of next day's
If this be left until close of
u, it is often given so hurriedly
fof the pupils do not undcY-
e work required of them. 2.
class work, such ns discussing
s left over from previous day's
icu a talk concerning the les-
he day. If anyone needs as-
, have it, if possible, given by
s, if not, by the teacher. At
t let both teachers and pupils
the additional information
y have gleaned from sources
n the regular text book. Such
this, if properly conducted,
nnation, cultivates exprcs-
ects erroneous ideas, wakens
nd helps to form habits of
Five of the' desired objects
we are seeking.
order is a recitation of text
.'his recitation may be in
cr desired. Many teachers
as my experience goes, a
f pupils, prefer to outline
e will not pauso here
ate the reasons why this
in so many studies, a pre-
de of recitation. If this
employed, part of the class
cut to the board to outline
wo or three given special
either advance or review,
in, and if the class is large,
may be retajucd for oral
c oral recitations might
e conducted topically, and
y means ot questions and
le pupils at tho board will
have finished their work.
recitations from tho out-
scs and teachers to crit-
pil after he is through re-
ten work next read and
ised with regard to spel'-
ition and punctuation.
If time allotted for each recitation is
of sufficient length, it is well to close
with a hasty coucxt review of topics
previously passed over. Such a review
should be upon main facts only, and is
valuable as a means for fixing them
firmly in the pnpil's mind.
Wo spoke of physical and moral
training in recitation. Thoy arc both
important factors. It is not difficult to
fix upon a mode of phjrsicflo, con.
iltJfivortTcrly, systematic movements
while goiug to and from class, and a
proper attitude while in class. Loung
ing should never be tolerated, but
each pupil taught to sit erect, to stand
alone and in an erect position.
A method for moral training in reci
tation is not so easy. Can there be any
prescribed rule for moral training? I
know ol none. It seems to me that it
should be given only as the exigencies
of the situation demand. It can al
ways seem to come in, incidentally, in
such a manner as not to lead the child
to suspect you of lecturing or preach
ing. As was stated lefore, the method
or the plan must vary with the work.
We all know that somewhat different
methods have to be employed in differ
ent branches and for different grades.
It is equally true and self-evident that
the mode must be modified to suit dif
ferent topics of tho same branch in the
If wo but keep the objects of recita
tion in view and strive faithfully to ac
complish something at e'ach reciUtiou,
we cannot foil to invent, or at least to
adapt to our work good methods.
Want, you know, devolops strength. If
we feel the want sufficiently we will be
able to develop the method, the
jrenptv who liir tmnnBi mmm
good fcoek will he aaumiahed whea
they eee, if Aey have not alraady aecu,
the anaevHreflMNt oftbe"Caxto Il
lustrated" and other edition ofatand
ard author, hwurd thin seaaon. The
typography, and all mechanical quali
ties of prtntiajr and binding are vim
ply superb, and the pricea a veritable
marvel to the oW time book-buyer.
The list includes the wurks, complete,
of Dickens, 15 volumes, reduced in
price from fUi tofJK) net;Thack
erv', from 1 16.50 to $6.75: George
Eliot's, from 112 to frj.75; Washington
Irving. works, from 120 to 4; Scotia
Wavcrley Novels, from 30 to $7,50-,
Hawthorne's works, from $21 to G.50;
J. Fcnimore Cooper's, from $32 to
$12.50; Bulwer's. from $31.25 to $8 M.
Win. Black's, from $15 to $4; Dc Quin
cey'n from $18 to $6.50. The publuh
er'sends them to any one for examina
tion before requiring any payment, on
reasonable evidence of good faith, and
will send a large catnlgue ofthee
ami other works frr-e on application.
John B. A Men. Publisher, 18 Vecy St.,
k is tail
and, at i
two or thi
by this tiq
now we till
RUIN WROUGHT IN THE FOREST.
How depressing it is to see acres of
a noble forest. How saddening it isalso
to see that thin spot in tho mid't of
a nohlo forest. How saddening it is
also to ste that thin snot in the midst
of your otherwise abundant hair. Slop
it at once by the use of Parker's Hair
Balsam. For actuaal efficiency this
famous aticle Hands at the head of its
class. Elegant fer the toilet , dlicioiw
in odor, and restore the original color
to gray or faded haid Ecuomical. as a
slight, occasional application keeps
the hair and scalp in perfect order.
Wheat-65 & 70 eta.
Corn 20 25 cts.
rotatoe 2025 ct.
Fat Cattle $3 00 $3 50 per cnt.
Eggs 25 cfc.
Chickens $1 50 2 00 per dos
Turkeys 6K cte per pound.
Ducks 2 00 perduz.
Geese 3 00 ( 3 50 per doz.
That Brown's Iron Bitters
will cure the worst case
Will insure a hearty appetite
and increased digestion.
Cures general debility, and
gives a new lease of life.
Dispels nervous depression
and low spirits.
Restores an exhausted nurs
ing mother to full strength
and gives abundant sus
tenance for her child.
Strengthens the muscles and
ncrvcs.cnrichcs the blood.
Overcomes weakness, wake
fulness, and lack ofenergy
Keeps off all chills, fevers,
and other malarial poison.
Will infuse with new life
the weakest invalid.
37 Waller St., Baltimore, Dec iRSf
Kor lix years I have been a crest
uffrrer from Flood Disease, l)ys
pepMA,andContiparn,aadbecam so debilitated that I couMnotretala
anything on my stomach, in (act,
Hfe had almott Vecvnie a burden.
Finally, when hope had almost left
me, my husband sccTrg Brown's
Iron Rittshs advertised in the
rper, induced nc to give it a trial,
am nor taktns the third bottle
and have not felt so welt in six
years as 1 do at the present time.
Mrs. L. F. CmrtiM.
Brown's Iron Bitters
will have a better tonic
effect upon any one who
MARY ATT i CO.,
Hutc secured the sole
Mid .exclusive sale of
the solid gold combina
tion perfHinc ring, rep
resented herein. It
'a beauty, and just tfee
thing for a handsome
bresemt for Christmas.
It wiU.tx: token that will be appreci
a ted fcjsB Kherson. See them before
you iMvrywir presents.
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: The-RedCUttd Miifa Patent ffonris
'th.bt:liiiBrotiutke.liHe of breftd
ntuHk,, JbtrtM tfceeeleWated Minnesota,
brmHiCM csmubicxoell it and then there
ia no freight biH, la be added on to the
cokmnc for. the mmui
IN THE DISTRICT COURT IN AND
1 for the Eigth Judicial District, held
in and for Webster county, State of
Nathan A. Ay era.
Nathan A. Avers, defendant in the
above entitled action, will take notice
that Muriu Avers, plaintiff in the above
entitled action, diet on the 26th day of
November, A. D., 1883, file her peti
tion against snH defendant in the dis
trict court of Weltcr county, Nebras
ka, charging said defendant with wit
fully abandoning said pkintitf for
more than two years last past; also,
charging said defendant with having
in lite month of October, A. D.. 1SS2,
and at divers places and divers times
since that date, and prior thereto,
committed adultery with certain
lewd women, to plaintitf unknown.
The object and prayer of said petition
is that said plaintiff may be divorced
from said defendant: and for the cus-
todv and care of Richard S. A3ers and
.-.. i ? -e
fnuiK Ay era, sons, ana ine iseue oi
.sate marriage; also, asking a uecrec
allowing plaintitt alimony and for such
other and further relief as equity may
suggest. The defendant, Nathan A.
Ayers, will therefore take notice that
he is reauired to answer said petition
on or before the seventh day of
January. A. D., 1884.
Per Case k McXeny, heraUorncys.
Wiikfrto ir fciqtt WL
Notice is hereby given that A. Iind
f v did. on the 2?tb day of November,
1S83, file bis application with the clerk
of the board of trustees of the Tillage
of Red Cloud for permit to sell Ubom
a a draaridt. for medicinal, nchewi-
cal and chemical TMirooses only, f
village of Red Cloud, N eb, uetifsaa ef
preseut mmicrpai year, t
AH objections, umuiietfanrfw or
teflta. if anv. to be filed
bar 13. 1883. otherwise the tflSM-wiX
not be heard by board of tnssssca.
Just Arrived AT BAUM'S Cheap
Boots and Shoes
Hats and Caps. CLOTHING
Notions, Groceries, Trunks, and Valises, Men's
and Boys' Suits a Specialty. A nice line
of LADIES CLOAKS and
Also, Soldiers9 Overcoats to be sold
Way Down. Bound to Sell !
In Order to Make Room in Store.
L . BAUM.
J. L. MILLER.
HARSBK O0LI.ARS. 9ADDLI3,
And ixrrltz utnallr kept in firt
TwodiAJa north of !t Xat. lUol
KKIl CLOUD NKU.
MnHMJL ESZmSK ' fisjpMBSMBBttsjsAHpb
ShoD. I Home 1 iaustrY. ;
J f . B ii
Only organ manufactured wee of
the Mississippi Kiver.
IKlcgant Case and finis!., pure in ion ana rv-
lommcndcd by all musicians.
I Factory at LEAVENWORTH, KAS.
! Call and examine before purchasing.
L O A N S !!For Sale by SPANOGLE & FUNK.
On Farm Property !
WSjAXT (iB WBMMi
Coal & Lumber.
Red Cloud, Nebra1
SPANOGLE k FUNK.
- HEADQUARTERS FOR
Two Daors South of Bank,
Trap CLOUD. - NEBRASKA.
In &mt)rrn Xelril am! NcflWm
K.bju, l H .ihI 9 cr cent, luwrt
Without CommiMion !"
mm uraiii m,
WED CLOUD, NEB.
W. E. HOWE, Agent,
The Companr warrant t! !VrV!n
Mill to xe omiI. dunille. ir-rrKU
tinsr machine, built in a uUuminl
ami workmanlike manner, nnd hereby
aifn to furnish, frrc of charge, the"
prt or tMirt nccmiary t make ei ,
S$p j TCZI
tiKMWlMf l Ub. h-
.Jto. Bt tVri4. tvM Cm 4
. S. CUftTt. Crm Tlk Apn!
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in wnrknianahln nr matr.
rial uctl, for the Scnn of one year. 41 !
" TH1 CITY
Drug Store !
R. R. Shercr, Prop.
iwisrs to Paints, i'
1W, - Issuuss,
j uko curi).
.i.mlfti AUlratt. uf Tll t H
j UmU in Ulr tenuity ftrtttiHl w
. ahorl iiuli ami t frnall rto
v riKACTiox u Mixsrrxu
OILS AND DRUGS.
r a aKKZV,
Prvprlstary Mdlclns m Specialty.
A aa a4 rlel artmat if
UIP AND LAMP FUTURES JUST lECElYDM A
Oall.aod ciaaiD. nor I'lloICK M.JUCA
MJHK. lo (roubl l f Uu ksi.
J N.urr f aWU. 4ltrr i M
Blue Hill Bank.
SIMPSOK & SWEE2Y.
IU.rKHU.L. WKllSTKU CU. NKll
J.nrJ nnWU Tft.l4.
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li.ttakt a4 "U
ST 0 UK
n a n..an
ik f. 4 a UAiAy,
K.aatir BrlaM lUa.M. . Y.fk City
tUak. (taaa ,SkirV.
M At aW
R. R. Mwt. Ttw't
JNa Mf V. fil
WeijchK muih li-a than ohcr ul
vcrizinp hnrrowa, e.ll Uut one third
lc, ami withal docs the moat thor
ough work ol nuy
Tho Best Thing Out.
For Sale By
33tf AiuIkiV. Sch.
T S. EMK5H,
Is pcrmnncnlly located in Rpd Cloud,
Neh., overstate Uauk. 17-3rn
ATTORNEY AT LAW.
State Hank hlock, Red Cloud,
Final Praaf Notice.
Red Cloud, Neb.
Caafc aaid for ftMea X flu.
n rjB ALWAYS ON HAND.B
First National Bank
BED CLOUD, NEB.
c;riti. - 50,ooo.
TffM fnft KtVtaa ..
' (Vitatr wraa, .1 r"!t '
r n. oi Hfbix-I liUlrtt bU. Uy 4 U
IT. J fltrh.H.
)1T;VTC 1 If U have an liivrti.
I A 1 L.r 1 itJi,,,, Hi'tld !! a keth
ir tndl rtiwl w ill itmkti rtti elim
ination iu to jwlcntalnhty. ruxr or
rHltun. No fltturtiey' fei'n unlr
patent l nliliUiinl
KW5 K irct. N. W.4
P. 0. Vox iT3. WiudilMKtoii, i.
J. N. Rickards,
Eiil tiili & Imwim ifisl,
RED CLOUD, NER
Will buy nnd cll laud-, and fnur
town andfurm jirtjtwrty, attend to all
kuxN of couvpyananK.
Tersiic Ixnrss: ca riTtrsb! Ttrss.
OrncK At Smith Hrot. Farm lon
a TTORNEY AXV OtVynKWK AT t.AW.
OjfifS opftite City Itrvfj $lort.
RED CIXH'D. - NERRAHKA
JONES & GOBLE,
LUMBER, LATH, SHIX6LFS, 8A8H, DOOM, BUNDS AC.
RED CLOUD. - NEBRASKA.
DBY LUMBER A SPECIALTY, THEBEST IN THE MARKET A2CD
SOliD AT THE lJOWJBIrmiEL
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Notie.ibrbr virtn that lb. following
naw.4 t:Ir b filed nelir. of bia lai.atioa
to tnak. final proof io nvt"Tt ol hi claim, and
ibat Mid pro of will b mJe r.for ib. iltk
of the Di't'iet Cvart of Wtir ouQlr N"4
at hit ufle. in 111 ' load oa tfatardar. brc
ter M. 1U3. it.
M I'd entrr No. 9121. for tbe Koatb..at - of
owir witame to rrwa bU conttaawaa !
dtsce ODon aJ cahiratioa oftai'l l&tul. l
IaTKlC HfB.cr a. h.ribaer tlrury C SeoU
jjAmtrl MctcaUall of KrJ OoH N.b.
wnw.1 " " r !. nn.r.
Laad Ufie.at looatlotoa N.b. Not. .JM3.
Notice i ktt.bj ciraii that tb. followia.
aaaid aettlw baa SIM attic, of bia iat.atlva
t auk. f oat proof ia support of bu claim, and
that taid prvof will b. aiad. Ufer.CI.rk ll
trict Carl. w.Utcrc.Pt. at Had Cload. N.b
oa aatardar. Dee. 22.
OB (I'd N..C0cV. for tba eorlli.-m nrttrlmr nf
ec S tsara 2 eortk. of rmet II wnt- ii.aaatM
in. loiuwtac wuaa u pror. aw eostta.a L it i Moots.
iu..cDn niiiiuwi .1 W1 IKIX. ll .
Kotxrt Mownd. Wilhata Knw-d. A. J Frrlkrv
Taoaaa Andaoa al f IUH t1o-i 5.H.
a.IHt!x2. .1,J.jVfIUKil. KcyiKer
iaaad c at ntooaiact.a. N.b, Nov. 2. IKt.
NoUc V bereby cir.B tbat tb. follow!- .
caaie-l rttlr bj Sled aotlc ..' Li iatntina ,. ,..,, ,.-.,
tocaAk. 8bi j-rvjf inn-rt ofbi. tUiw. ad' RhD CLOl P. XKlf. J
tbat atd pro! will bt4e Mfof. tba 4rk f r ,
UUtriet Coart Webrta- caalr. at Ji-d Clasd. I . . ! "rTT . ..
-N.k-..n8tcrdar. De. th. MO. vit: Jaiar. ' SpSWlal AttantJafl Civatl t Call- ,
abki.oi uan rj .lo-ioiii luriKMK aaii flan.
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ALWAYS IN TtX,K.
SJatawtaa IV Ui
ar Jaaaaf M. Vosu aU Jted
S. V. AWlTZ.!Uriir.
IN THE COUNTY COURT OF WEB
x ster cwtnty.
Jsbms M. Mosana,
Joha W. Warrick.
soxkm or attachkext.
John W. Warrick will uka sotic
that oa the ISta day ef NTantlar, 18&3
Joha K. Wilcox, jatljra ef aaid crjart.
iwoed an order of attach facnt for the
sum of twelve (12) dollars in an action
Bendtac before him, wheraia Jsbim M.
McaenaMftUiaUrandJ' W. Wmr-
rick defeudant. thai property oonaiet
injrof one trtink aad oonter.t, ha
been sitadteil under aatei orrfer. Sakl
eauce was cotrtroaed to the 4Ut Ujr af
Decesaber, 1KW. at nine o'etoear a, .
James M. MoHOf a. ttuatUt
Edaria C Maarley. Attory.
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BED CLOCD, XEB.
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lerttotta IHacount NH aiwi Jo a
(Wrncral liank-ins Uutint.
I.Trcajwr Attowtir on au. Time?
7 Per Cent. Honey to Lean I
Money to prre np with oo final re
ceipt, or on ueltl land at Tper ejt.
and 1-S per rent. eommiMH), or at
straight 9 per cent, so commilm.
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