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About The Red Cloud chief. (Red Cloud, Webster Co., Neb.) 1873-1923 | View Entire Issue (Sept. 19, 1884)
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al fruii'tvav Hi Ailalinli.iii
b tn!cV!vtiKftfml wiih liorheshoi's of
crerjr a.zemfft'mnktr. There arc hun
dreds of them nai.et! all over the jrnat
ptc, doubtlcs the eiVeririg of many a
wayfarer wj10 j,:iS Jori sinco liiitshcd
JiU uartlilv pil-miiiae. We could not
find out what was the exact Uca con
nected with thin custom probably the
same notion of luck as vc attach to
find intra Jiorsuslwc .especially one with
the old nai.s still in tlieir place. We
afterward noticed that the sacred "rates
of Somnath, preserved in tho fort at
Ara, are Minilarly adorned. It rc
ni.mis ua of mat curious old manorial
me still kept up at Uaklumi. in Uu:
laudbhire. where every peer of the
realnria hound tin lirrft time he enter
the town to present a horcshot: to he
nailed on the old porta, whic-Ji is well-
nigh covered with these lordly tributes.
jl i.s ;ua uuit incase any coutuma- inally designetl a- presents to the em
o.ous peer should refill to pay thi tax jeror t: Miua. '1'ht-re wa- a joun:
tho authorities have a right to Mp hii iaily, life-s... that plaved tnao ujioii
carnage and levy their blackmail bv ; a spinel: another that wrote lines- with
uuMioemg one oi h is horses. Jo avert
m sciious an annoyance the irjbittf
5noe is generally remh', uxm briig ul
cnonnou-j size and inscribed wiihihe
name of the donor. Whether the
K:is1JftvJie.idj;KS were taxes or IYt- about at the picixitro of a spectator, so
ingg I cannot tell, but it is ceriainiv ' that tiiere was no place for a confeder
vciy cnriot.s o observe liow wirlepread ! ate to conceal himself. On putting
iic stiperstititAH xeverencc attached into an onlice in the frame ain one of
to litis particular form. It has been
Ci'i'jr.led, and apparently for some
P'Hioil, that iu ancient pian times
it ma ita e leen a recogii zed symbol
in serpent wuw;.ip, :nd hence may
have arisen its common use as a charm
- against all manner of evil. The re
semblance is obvious, more1 especially
to that species ot harmless snake wiiirii
is rounded al bo;h end.-, --o that head
and tail are app-irontly just a ike. The
creature moves backward or forward
a, pleasure; hence tho old belief that
it i.ctually had two heads and was in
destructible, as even when cut into two
Iiarts it was supposed that the divided
muds would seek ono another and re
unite. It stands to reason that iu a
fjiiake-worshiping community such a
creature woiiid bo held in high rever
ence. Even in Scotland various an
cient snake-like bracelets and orna
ments have been found which seem to
favor this theory, and at a very early
period both snakes and horseshoes
ttCtitii to have beenetiirraved as .symbols
on sacred stones. We hear of the lat
ler having been sculptured, not only
on the threshold of out Loudou houses,
but even on that of ancient churches
' in various parts of Ut-itain. And in
the present day we all kuow tho
idea of luck connected with finding
one, and how constantly they are naii
cd up against house, stables, and
-BiiinH as a charm against witcncrafl.
Jn Scotland, all parts of England, and
" Wales, and especially in Cornwall
(where not only on vans and omnibus
es, but sometimes even on tiie grim
gates of the old jails), wo may lind
this curious trace of ancient supersti
tion. Whatever may have been its ori
gin, it certainly is remarkable that it
snould survive both iu llriiain and
Hindostan. The Gentleman's Maya
ttne. A. Juilgo Meets a Friendly Stranger
Judgo Potter, "while at Los Angeles,
'Cal., recently, was walking in the
street, when an impressive looking
stranger stopped him and said: "Judge,
how wire you? liow is Uurleiy-h? I
received a letter from him tho other
Suark and Gus?"
leiirh and Stark aro well but who is
Gus?" asked our distinguished towns
man. "Gus Cooke," was the reply.
"My named is Howard. I married at
Fort Plain. My wife's name was It ce,
and she hailed from Fort Ann. I have
been spending the winter at New Or
leans for Mrs. Hdward's health. We
iust arrived hero and will remain a tew
davs." Judge Potter at first thought
the man honest, nnd he said to him
that ho was coing to tho ticket oflico
-lo inquire about tho Yoscniito Valley
Toulc. Tho stranger said that was
-where ho was bound and tho two walk
ed along together. The stranger
-pointed out a city lot which he thought
of buying as an investment, and a-ked
-fldvico on it. Ho then took a lottcry
ticket from his pocket and said ho
bought it of a Sister of Charity at Xcw
Orleans, also remarking that ho nrgod
fv- -iho woman to keep it and tho $o ho
' aaid Jier besides, and if itdrow a prize
to present it to the hospital in his name.
"Tho woman refused, as she said it was
-cbntrary to law. By this time Howard
.topped and said: "Here is tho agency
.for the lottery. Let's -go in and seo
-whether I have been lucky." Tho of--fice
and attendants were impressive,
and the stranger threw down his ticket
.jnl asked if it had drawn any tiling.
jJFThe agent looked at it, and then in a
sjBlP moment said: "Yes, sir, it has drawn
-tT $101. Hero is $100; we never return
fractional parts of $5; wo will give you
other tickets. Here is a one-dollar
chance to try your luck again," point
ing to an apparatus seen in gambling
places. The man urged Judgo Potter
to try his luck with him, but the judgo
had smelt a rodent of mammoth pro
portions and ho declined, but, at tho
request of Howard, no placed his finger'
on a certain figure, and a moment later
fihe proprietor cried out: "You have
v drawn $2,000, handing two one-thous-md
dollar packages to Howard, who
put os o in his own pocket and passod
ike Mthcr to Judge totter with tho re
mark? ""Judge, this is yours." The
' money was "declined. By this thno
Judge Potter, having seen all ho
wished, said? "Gentlemen, I am a
. juilg0 iQ ew' York state. If you aro
ever brought before me for playing this
gamo ther you will bo sure to receive
J Jill th law allows such rascals. Good
4ay2" And lie was oS. The rascals
were arrested tho same day for carry
. , ing on the bunko business, and if Cal
r ifornia judges are liko.Judge Potter
fchev will wish they hadn't dono it.
litf Did Ic
TVTien. the panic was at its worst, and
excited men were asking of each other
what bank would bo tho noxt to go, the
Wall Street JTctas says, he walked
calmly down .Nassau 'street rubbin
his hands and chuckling: .
"Ah! wasn't I lucky; wasa't I just
'You must have been ehort when
this thiag set in,"" observed an acquain-tance.-
J,JTo, sir; hadiftadollarin stcks.n
Then what luck do you refer to?
Did you jnstscapo buying before the
Not an escape. No, sir; Iam con
jrratalating mvself that I w,as. cleaned
5 oat Ot $70, 000 in a salted silver mine
b(1w ago, and hare nothing to
. -l just iiit it rica, aad no
Please. at me on the back
cTnood boy." . m
oprktortitthe WhitejSulphur j
'PVFWW 4o wai?1
.a5S5r'"r:T:7-r: i r- -
In mechanical eiiriWitlc thrro lmre f
bet'u nianr wonderful oxliihi.- in the
pre-H-nt day. Tne p:pinj hn'fincii in
the irreat exhibition of 18&J drcr
crowds to i: hut'wo reuiemU'r duiiajr
the .sale of Week1 meirsaulcal roLec- '
' lion, half a century a;o. a simuar
graceful H.tlc warbler, and we aw
two other mechanical onricr which
the French troop brought back as
' part of tin- jpo!K from tne 'nipcrora t
j sntumer palace at I'ckhi. Wo rerret
Uiat we mused the machine lor maK
' in Latin vena, which wan exhibited
In bur day at the Eiryptiau hail a real
( blessing to .school-boy; nor have wo
1 seen the .quallinr baby which a mod
ern man of neiciico constructed
fcuroly a bringing of coals to Newcastle;
but we remember well, about the year
loIKJ. scent!: a vurv wonderful coiiee-
lion of autoi
lomatu. which had been onjr-
liie beautr of cc-niniplatei while sur
passing all in inunuiiy was the figure
of a magician wi-h a ttnv wand iu his
hand. It was mounted upon a .small
movable frame, uiiich could be wheeled
i the numerous metallic curd which hi)
about with qtiuetioiis iacnoed on
them, the figure, afur mak ns Jr
bow. struck with hi rod a li lie uoor,
winch onenel, and there was the
answer printed on another c.rJ. The
reply given was always sin'-i y appro
priate to tho quc-tiou, ami was nut of
a mere general ch'tracier. i.h the
litis wers on ctmvcrsa'ion-cartls. Then,
when we asked, "Mr. tiou juror, are
3ou not troubled with tl inquiries of
your numerous isiior?"' the anwer
was: ! snou it oe uugraieiui 10 sa
ho." Our ijpM question was of an en
tirely uiflereut kiud. It was, we being
young: "What i- the sweetest p:nsio:i
in nature?" Tho conj.iror bowed,
knocked at tho gate, ami lo! appeared
Cupid with ins bow and arrow! Sir
Dail JJrew-ter, who noticed this toy
in bis volume on -Natural Magic,"
conjectures that the cards, though
seemingly alike lo tho eye, i ifiered in
wei'ht, and passed through the orilico
we Have named until they fell intu the
proper groove, and touched a spring
which moved forward the answer.
The machinery employed must have,
ul all events, been of the most delicatu
order. Slill thesis things were but the
trilies of mechanical skill.
woiitiers have we since seen ot
of machinery which, you might inmost
say, thought. With much interest ue
looked in the great exhibition of 18-32
on the jacqiiard loom, and, ten years
later, on the marvel of man els, B ib
bage's calculating macnine. Leisure
A Spanish ItreakX.ist.
The day opened for us, not earlier
than 9 o'clock, with a characteristic
Spanish breakfast an unctuous. abund
ant meal that would have made tho
governor of Barataria smack his thick
lips, but seemed rather oppressive to
our less robust appetite. A leg of mut
ton, cunningly. t lifted with cloves of
garlic in every f iul and cranny, and a
thick sopu, or soup, of the consistency
of pot ridge, and yielding, on rough
analysis with a spoon, eggs. bre:ul
crumbs, minced meat an 1 Hour, made
up the solid body of that breakfast.
Refreshing liquids were conspicuously
absent, so were butter and cow's miik.
for the herds were up mountaineering
for tho summer season on tho highland
pastures around the Maladetta. and
milk, beyond tho niggardly supply
from tho town goats, was nbt to bo had
cveu for distinguished strangers. We
had wines of two kinds, one sweet, tho
other feunel-llavored, and
limbic, and chocolate, of
not wanting, very rich and aromatic,
no doubr, but nomore entitled to rank
as a liquid or a stimulant than mo
lasses. Tho meal on that morning, as
on every succeeding ono, and as the
dinner every ct cuing, was wound up
with ".cheese and a plate of sugar al
monds, doing duty for the pojlrcs or
after dishes of Spanish gastrostomy.
Autonio always directed personally tho
operations of the serving-woman during
meals, and tho superb air with which
ho would order on tho lump of leathery
Spanish cheese aud the handful of
sweetmeats, with an imperious "Los
postros, Theresa!" was geuerally too
much for our. gravity. Dinner was
mado up in much tho same way as
breakfast, and the only striking varia
tion in tho first day's main wo had in
tho course of our week's stay in Veuas
que was an occasional o lu Irish stew,
with the potatoes left out a dish -of
stowed izznrd or Pyrenean chamois,
and two trout as large as a gudgeon,
which an ontorprising Spanish youth
had discovered in tho Essera. Garlic
npart, howevor, tho food was good and
ciean, and never-failing attention of
Autonio and his household made us all
confess that tho garlic and wine, with
human kindness, were better thaivtho
proverbial stalled ox without it. .Wo
got rid of the garlic for all that. It
was a delicate thing to manage with
out wounding national sentiments,
hut we carried our point smoothly
enough by setting down our ditasio
for the vegetable to a defect in our in
sular education. Tinslafs Magazine.
Tho Hich Collar Craze.
"Yes, sir, this high collar craze
assunrins rather huru proportions,
remarked a dealer in gents' furnishing
goods to a reporter yosterday. 4lVu
seo the present style of 1SS4 is higher
than it has ever been before, and the
yonn'T men seem all collar."
"Weil, I declaro 1 don't knovw I
am looking for an addition by 1S90,
which will entirely envelop the ehin
and give a barber no end of trouble
whett he wants to shave a customer.
Then, as one extreme will lead to oth
ers, there may be an uprising by 1895,
when young incn who can not raise a
mustache will be glad to add another
inch and take in an upper lip and a pug
"This is a great country, sir, and
progress is our motto. I look for
sttlfanother bull movement in collars
when we reach tho new century 1900,
and we may expect a collar which will
tako in n entire head and face, with
air holes for nose, mouth and eyes. It
will lie warm and nice in Winter, and
will bo particularly popular -yitli
homely young men- "
"If I were John C.Eaoor .Ferdin
and Ward I think Ishuhiordcr such a I
collar and wear it in 'pabKc" Booj
Globe. . , .ijv&g
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The women of SiaaMumt.Vcnt the
king a pedtkn.askinr'fr,tMIrepal of j
the law which allows their ksituuidsto
I rt&A fhnm c YVvJirlifrtT tkAJf. mi.
linr debts n kiajr. Ldwew. iears
to abolisfe Uhs cstM. U &a Wl
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Infnnt and Children
Tint zl - wr ChMrra rr rhrV.
V.'hat cur ihftc ftrruri, iiurt Uj t:
W7in n.Tll-t fr-t. jin - , ? f-jM.
iai ojru Ihrtr c"fcc i.tliir-
Ser Stomach. CJ"Li, IJis(Min
F-tttII 0ti ! 5lon!Jx Prri,
Calf il stnl fart-'KT . jm'I
"Caitorla i f) well Ja:.l4 to ChlMren
that! rceomiacr.'! It a jcr-orlor t tnr mfdl
clno known t aic." II. A. Aecucs. il.D..
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rc!i nu!.u fiiii.i thr i.L-.i if n tini of ii
. -' ai .ou IN itrt i i 1 riHiu-. rrokiK-!.
tt i lit rithir no io' -mt thi Kf;!fMtitic
i i- t.oirt l. iij ivt i. jtuv ttv or jkhjhNI
i tin i lii. o la. ir -kiIjm ami inlo ue. lo h
lo.. ' i i'ji sjMf i:tl i s ioiiN. shall he not Ifi
tii -M davs. ftiTtln (ii?-;iiiot! of f rtx
- of t.i -k!oii i:i hllJ- nor joiii! jv-tiliiUou-.
:'n ii imiiv of hiiN4h:tlilfliitio.!uifii. link".-.
ln( tl'OVvJiMll. v - , .-H-ijjf. i-lll the
'leiitiou ul !!. Ii"4lslittine lo the hi'iv-it n(
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' ' i . . -'.. inl the S:.tio(!:s-tMii o Mils sh..Jl
The h.ilhils at the el.:iii :it wh!di hl
i.ifiiilnii-nt khitll Jm- viiliin'ttiil .!i:.55 Ii hi the J
Mow in;; fa( ;n: "For iom d Am iniin.-a: to.
!m CoiKtiMition tH.i'iiurto l.fisiatfye lvirt-j
:i I.' ASihit litoiHi-'d AliKMidliH'tit to tin !
, t.Mitioii lo! iMnto n-tfilatic l"atlifnt.'
Vtiu :ti s. :ijolil itohiiioii w..s mlottt'il 1-j
.!; hplHlntiirrof ihoM ti-of NohniKi at Mir
"litfi't Hi v-sion Him of. and :iiriiad IVI
i' n . .. I. l".vt. ,niu'tt4 iii anu'i liii-: t to
.''oil o!i.'t of .-irlMcflii ':,; or tin tonsil
ntioiiuf -M s;.tt'. nod th.it vn!d -vt-tson a
'IoviiiIimI ,o:ti! ten I :n oHou. ; - it:
"iN-iloii i -Tin- Kfi'iiti Ii I'.utiiM'iit shall
i' .I f a i.owii ot. i.iculi n'liit ; nior,-'
I n of staio. An.it'or of J'iiMt ATomit".
i.i ..-i.iri. Niii'criittfiidi id f J'iiMIc Inir'i. lion,
."iiir.v CXfttPiiil. i oiii.iiN-hxii-r of ''.hi.--ihSmmI
tlMthlh'ui, .mil Biuril of l!rilin.i
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ruMilwl for h I.i.. T'.' dnti'innr. St'ii.'i'tr
'.Si-, Md'torof l"':".i Ainniiif. Trer-i u-r.
- -uuo it of 'aUU- I.Hid- ainl K..ihlli'.K-.
..' MJon " (.. urnd. h.-'ll i-W" at thr -.!
' voi'iniifi't ltr!i'ic t.i .r i i mi cf oflv. ai.'
i " (J'f ti!ir I'-Ponls. Imh.Ils suid j aiwrsthrn'.
nd ! on., oi-s '.u :i i i i..:u'd -h.-ll iH'iNtta.
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I.i h: Ilnt at tho rlrvi'iti id hjrii .-di'
i. ndiiK'td shi'i. tn s'lhitotl d -J.all . hi tit.
Vn itjr foi .ii . 'Toi iirttj i il Ai' iiwi-t t
! 'ion i w.' . )' of A'-ti' U Vr i.'d of tli Cm.vt.
tiini. I'tuii'il 'ilMviiliu' l;i4'niiMiJt.'"
AsiuiN, i n,Mi-MMl Ai'uiidairii; to Sitthm lit;.
1'. ofArfi lo'- of:'. riti.NtUutkin, etitlth-i;.
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liuri'Ion-. i .laiiM's W. Daw--. OoTrof ih
vi. 'e i.i .Nchrit'k.'. dr- 1mi t. iw rvllot. i.i ,n-
Td.Tn 'Hi!' " on Hi' 11, Atllr'i
1..! of Jli(' :, ittiitlt !. ami the pi-mMoU' .d ,4j
t f aHtit d. "An A t to piorldi' tlif Timi .vi oi
.no; oii-i: AniiRdiin-iits totlio ( stMiiiiMi ano
.mltiliy tin mii lo tin Lhitorn m t'n
titt."aiioi'd Ki'lTrnn I4ik. . i. li77. tfcat
aid jiiojK.d tuiifia'iiK'iits lll bf Mihinitti'd to
he tatitlifU'd f)t'i-s of this stalo for rnt iPration
ir iv.ict'tloa at the rr.-iirral tkrtioit to In h nl or
i'Oiih d.tV.lf N'I.im,.! t r. . I: 1.--4.
In V.it.nR W ii i!i.oK. ' h.io Jn-ii.ii'o s-t
lnvhand a-n: i-.o..m1 to If nf:lxd l!u
Orwit Mid of ii,t ;.' of " lr tska.
(.i-sj Done M, LiiHKdn. lbi.s i.-i: -a of .lul.
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State, and of tin' Indt'p.-iMU'iK'i' of :lir
rnsh'd tjtntrs, tin (y Uuiiiirwi and
r.vtnc Co'rnor. .FA ill's W. lUWItS.
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Orders solicited. lViccs reasonable
and all work nuaranteed.
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Real E state Agenls
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Kate eu wax. beoVs
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Bciair the Groit CpntriJ L.no, aTonls to travelers, by r"ai.oaof Its nnrivaled po-Kraplti-'al
podtiion, t' rh-i,,t a'ia bej.t te hctwecu tto 'air, IVortheiuit ns
Southeast, an ti.o'Weot, it ortawt't- nd r Jithu'wu
It i3 lltjraily und s:nct!v true, that its connections arc all of the principal tntn
of road be'-v-ecr. tho Atlantic r.v.d tba Pacliis
3 its main lino tui' Srancnes it reaches Chlcr.fTOi 31uo Island June, Anbcru
June, Jobs.", Smiociu IJi ia, Ottawa La Sallr, Gouosco, JTiroline anil Zloc laUnd,
in UlinoiB; Davenport, lusonti.e, Vaa!: njtcn. JCookuk, Knoxvilt, OskKlooen.
3"arilehl, Bos Slomts, Woit Liberty, lewa City, Atla itic, Avcca, Audwboa,
HarlAM, Guthr.c Center and Cou .c I Bluffg, in Iowa; Callatin, Trectou, Chuwtn
and rlar.sa C ty, in Iilissouri, nnd Leavenworth and Atchison in Kniwiui, raitl
the. liundrds of cities, villajea and tcv.Ta intermedial . Tho
Ac it i' f.imUl'irly etil'cl. otTora to travors nil tho Advanlaso ar.d oeairta
incida'.a U a 3j:i..i tr.ictc, safe hritlpi. Tt. oz. Eo-wtJ at all conaait-n? jotntii.
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PULLMAJC'S latj.t dolnctl r.ud handsomest PALAC3 SLSnPiNsi.nd B7J
TR CAHS. u's 1 DINI:."j CAItS that aru ckar-vd-rI hy prxa id peoil o
be ti - VlliEiT 2lJV UPt):" ANY IcOAD IN TH2 COTJNT.-IV. ant u waich
uupe-ior moala ar.- sorvel at tho low rate of snv&..VTY-FIVi: CENTS EACH.
mn-q-z TRAINS oachwav tnwwirilTC 'OOfl-.d 0 oMIS30XTRI BIVEH.
TWO TEAl:f3 each way iKitween OHIOA-GO antl lilNNAPOLIS ar.d ST.
PAUL, via tuo fi.mous
ALBERT LEA ROUTE.
Tho "fevr and Direct Llr.p, via Gt -.o.. IT:n'k.A,' ar.d Cn-nrHti. rriiUy
oponcl for huainsi between th" "VV.vt z .d .r('-r t ' "', l.. htmaid, Cuicui
nifi, Ijuhr.nipo'.'.o and La l-'ayctts, and Council Bluils, St. I';J, X:t neapoiis ad
mtens.etli.ito roiit.-, .-3 rapidly becoming a avcrit ivit Throura Pjwijw;r.
Th.-ovi h Cars for fi.ll Tlirovfch riumonffers no T.vs. Kirprwm Triu&.
"or in iro detailed inform .Unn. beeMftps anl?o:dera, whicli may b obnteol,
oj well as Tickets, at ail principal Ticket Oiiloc In the uniMd Statoe tad Can
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Interest allowed on all time deposits
potions, Wall Ppr, Ac.
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Stoves, G-asoliiie Stoves, Tinware, Nails.
Barbae! "Wirk and the Largest and Most
extensive uine of goods in the valley.
Your favors respectfully solicited. Prices to
suit the times and don t you forget it.
RED GLiOui. - NEBRASKA
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