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About The Red Cloud chief. (Red Cloud, Webster Co., Neb.) 1873-1923 | View Entire Issue (Oct. 10, 1884)
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tfca tpiaaca JafaaK it well. .When It
is Tcy hot 44 two or tkrea tablo
padafalaotcreaaK Spread on batter
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a garni with fowl ar with spring
BtWM oaken or oooklea aw mad of
lieiwbHee of two agg one large cup
af milk, one cup af g. one-hall cup
of butter, two aeaat teaspooafnU of
Iwkinr powder; flaror wun rose, use
flour enongb to nke a thick batten
butter email Una, and put the batter
intothemx until tbey are half full.
Bake in a quick oven; while they are
hot, and before you take them out of
'the tins, dust powdered sugar over
An orango shortake holps to give
Variety now, when apples are becoming
tasteless, and the housekeeper's stores
of canned fruit are rapidly diminishing.
To one quart of flour allow two table
spoonfuls of butter, two small tea
spoonfuls of baking powder; mix with
cold water and do not make a stiff
doa?h. Bake in one cake, split rr? J
and spread slices of orange overta
catter nowdcred suear over and cy0
fn squares, and servo with pudding
Teal requires more cooking than any
meatr except pork. It is too dry to
broil; and is best fried aifd senrod with
jravy. It should bo fried slowly, and
I there is not enough of its own fat to
fry it, a little fresh suet will answer.
When it is done, removo the meat to a
platter and pour some milk into the
pan, adding a small piece of butter if
you think it will not bo rich enough.
Moisten some flour with a little milk,
nnd stir it into the milk in the pan.
The gravy will be colored a beautiful
brown from the juices of the meat that
havo tiriod on the pan, if it is woll stir
red. Beat up an egg and stir it into
the gravy just before taking it up, and
then pour it around the meat.
It is a good olan to vary tho manner
in which you ffavor tho roast of beef;
this can be done by squeezing tho
juice of half a lemon ovor it and put
ting the other half inside tho roast
Another way is to put half a carrot,
ue small oniou and a littlo parsley in
the dripping pan, and tho roast over it.
Do not bo led by any bad adviser to
put ono drop of water into your drip
ping pun until you have tried tho ex-
1)uriment of roasting beef in this way.
t makes a striking difference in tho
flavor of the meat The outside browns
over quickly, the juico is all kept with
in, and tho meat is tender in conse
quence of this.
Strawberry short-cake made out of
layers of short-cake, should be in the
usual manner, and sweetened straw
berries. The short-cakes aro baked in
pie plates, and should be about half an
inch thick when done. As soon as
they aro taken from the oven they
should bo split and buttered generously
while hot Tho strawberries should
have been previously hullod, mashed
with a silver fork and made vory sweet,
little cream mixed with them being a
great improvement For seven or
eight persons tho following proportions
would answer: Short-Cake One quart
Of sifted flour, one teaspoonful of salt,
one even teaspoonful of soda, or two
teaspoonfuls of baking powdor, a quar
ter of a pound of buttur and lard, and
half a pint of milk. Layers of Straw
berries Ono quart of fresh, nico straw
berries, one teacupful of white sugar,
and one gill of cream. Arrange the
layers thus: First, on a largo dish or
plate put the split half of a short-cake,
tho buttered side up, then cover it com
pletely with a layer of the propared
strawberries, then another cake, but
tered side up, until the pile is complete
when the crust side should be on top,
dotted over with fresh, whole berries,
and sprinkled thickly with fine granu
lated sugar. A small glass of rich
milk completes the foast
Effect of Floods on Health.
For the second time it
Droved in Cincinnati that a
atead of being followed by sickness,
prepares the way for a period of un
usual healthfulness. It was so after
the floods of last year, and is so now.
A prominent physician says that the
flood cleaned and purified that part of
the city which has always been the
starting place for all the diseases which
have prevailed. The flooding of the
lower stories of filthy buildings, the
moving of household goods to other
parts of the city and the moving of
them back again, and the general
cleansing which the flood made neces
sary seems to havo destroyed the
lurking germs of disease. In the bot
toms, where there is usually more
or less of diphtheria, scarlet fever,
malaria,' etc., at this time of year, there
Is hardly a case of sickness reported.
In other words, the human pig-sties
have been washed out The doctors
are complaining that they have noth
ing to do. Baltimore Sua.
m i m .
Efee Hodcarriera in Germany.
As there are no hodcarriors in Ger
many, for the simple reason that a hod
is as us known there as an Irishman is,
each brick must be passed from hand
to hand again. The higher op the
bricklayers aro the more men are re
quired to toss the bricks. Two men to
a story is about the average with
enough more to lead from the front of
the building to the place where the
bricks are needed. Thus I have seen
-Jtaree men on the ground, eight on the
-Jroatrof the building, and five on Ike
Jftep, making sixteen men through whose
'stands each brick passed before it
xeeohed its place of destination. I
have freqeeetly stood and .watched a
single brick go climbing the froat of a
beildiag, leaping from hand to band,
and I have wondered every - Am why
m the world; aods, none
, engines were not need.
The India oaasis nr a disttnetiTe
featire of the, conntrr.- They are
spiendidly built, being intended prin-;
cfpallyJor Irrigation, althoegh having
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ikln. The largest and most import-
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dooiK vc offer tin follo'vln prircs on r(ki1s
named until lurther notice:
Black Oil, per gal. - 20c
Colden Oil, good, - 35c
Machine, Castor, - 75c
Ext. Lard Oil, -
Our entire stack of I)nis at
Nails at $3 75 per 100 pounds.
Door Lock, good, 3 for $1 00
Door Hinged 2x2 with screws, ten
cents per pair.
Door Hinges 3x2 with Kcrcws, 10c.
Milk pans, 6 qt. per doz. $1.10.
All other snelf goods in proportion.
Also, carry a full line of
Boota, Shoes, Hats, Caps, Gent's Furn
ishing Goods Notions, etc., which we
oflcr very low for cash.
COWLES, - NEB.
Notions, Wall Paper, Ac.
Red Cloud, - Nebraska.
Notice of DifrcolatiOR.
Notlco is hereby given that the partnership
heretofore exixtinc between S. W. Coon nnd A.
G. Willis under the name of Coon & Willis is
this dav dissolved by mutual consent. Tho
said S. W. Coon will collect all accounts due.
and pay all debts owinc by said Ann.
Dated at ltcd Cloud, Xeb..SepL 2. ISM.
S. w. Cook,
7-3W A. G. WIL.LSS.
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lies. 0. leiser & Co.,
Real Estate Agents
KED CLOUD, NEB.
Have on our book
SeveRal Hundred Farms
For Sale. Improved and Unlmpaovcd. Town
Property, lluslncss Houses. .Residences and
Town lots. Send for price list.
OF AN EXKCUTION OIKPCT
ed to me from the district court of Webster
county, Nebraska, on a judgment rendered by
Frank It. Gump, a JtHticeoi the res.ee, In and
lor said county, on lue 3t)th day of .May lfe4. a
transcript of wide liwas duly Hied In the odlce
of the clerk of the district court in and for .said
county and .state, In'favor of .lames M. Moseua,
as pl.iiutilT. and William H. Deianeey.defeud.-iiit,
I .shall offer for sale at public vendue at thecal
door of the court-house, in lied t.'loud, in said
eoiintv. that beiiiK the place Hherc the last term
of wild court was holdeu, on the 30th day of Oc
tober. P, at 2 o'clock p. m. of said day. the fol
lowinj: described property, to-wit: The east
halt (ii) of the soi.th-east quarter (J4) f section
twenty-two (22), township two (2), range twelve
Cieu under iny land this 25th day or Sep
Jos. W. Wakrk.v, Sheriff.
G. It. Chanev. Attorncjr
IN THK DISTRICT COURT OF WEBSTER
Hannah Phillips, Plaintiff.
Edward Phillips, Defendant.
To Edward Phillips, non resident defendant:
You aro hereby not died that the above
nymed plaintiff filed her jetltion against ou In
the district court of Webster county, Nebraska,
on the 6th day of September, 1834, the object
and prayer or .hleh is to obtain a decree of di
vorce iron. ou on theigrouuds of extreme cruel
tv and failure to nrotide maintenance for said
plaintiff. Tha defendant. Edward Ifhillips. will
tlierefore take notice that lie Is required to an
swer said petition on or before Monday, the 20th
day of October, 18M, or his default will be token
and judgment cutered accordingly.
By W. II. Strohm, her attorney.
Dated September 6, 1S8. 6-lw
WitF.rtEAS. a joint resolution was adopted by
the Legislature of the State of Nebraska, at
the eighteenth session thereof, and approved
February 27. A. D. U8a, proposing an amend
ment to section four (1 of article three (3 of
the constitution of said state, and that saiu
Noetlou as amended shall read as follows to
wP: 'S'ction 4 The term of office of membors- of
the 1 glslature- sliall Ik- two years, and they shall
each 'ecci' as'ihirvof three liundied dollars
for their services during said term, and ten
cents for every mile thev shall travel In going to
ami returning from the place of meeting of the
legislature, on the most usual route. Provided,
however that neither members of the legislature
nor employees shall receive any pay or pemilsi
ties other than their salary and nilleaue. Eju.1i
session, except sjeclal sessions, shall be not less
than sixtv days. After the expiration of forty
davs of the sessfon no bills nor Joint resolutions
of the nature of bills shall be introduced, unless
the governor shall, bvsjeclal message, call the
attention of the legislature to the necessity of
p.'Lssing a law on the subject matter embraced in
the iKc-sage, ami the introduction or bills shall
be restricted thereto."
The ballots at the election at which said
amendment shall be submitted shall be In the
following form: "For proposed Amendment to
the Constitution relating to Legislative Depart
ment." Against proposed Amendment to the
Constitution relating to legislative Department."
Wiiei:kas, a Joint resolution was adopted by
the legislature of the State of Nebraska at the
elghteer.th session thereof, and approved Feb
ruary 28, A. D. 18S3. proposing an amendment to
section one flj of article five 5 of the consti
tution of said state, and that aald section as
amended shall read as follows, to-wlt:
"Section i. The Executive Department shall
consist of a Governor. Lieutenant-Governor. Sec
retary of State, Auditor of llib'Ic Accounts.
Treasurer, Superintendent of Piddle Instruction.
Attorney General, Commissioner of Public
Lands and Buildings, aud Itoard of Hallway
Commissioners The officers named in this sec
tion shall each hold his office for the term of two
years from the first Thursday after the first
Tuesday in January next after ills election, aud
until his successorls elected ami qualified. Pro
vided, however, that the first election of said of
ficers shall be held on the first Tuesday succeed
ing the first Monday in November of 18t. and
each succeeding election shall be held at the same
relative time in each cveu year thereafter. All
other officers that may be provided for by law.
under the provisions of this section, shall be
chosen in such uianupr and at such times, and
shall hold their offices for such length of time as
mav be provided bv law. and shall ierform such
duties and receive such compensation as may Ikj
provided for by law. The Governor, Secretary
or suite. Auditor of Fibhe Accounts. Treasurer.
Commissioner of Public Lands and Bulldlugs.
and Attorney General, shall reside at the seat
of grvemment during their terms of office, and
keep the public records, books and papers there,
and the officers herein named sliall perform
snch duties as may be required by law."
The ballots at the election at which said
amendment shall be submitted shall be In the
follow iue form: "For uroiwsed Amendment to
section One Ml of Article Five J51 of the Const!
entitled Execnttve I
9 "Against proposed Ameudnnt to section One
J 11 of Article 5 of the Constitution, entitled,
tlBxecitire Department.' "
State ot Nebraska, 4e hereby gire notice, Jn ac-
, cordance with Section Cme m Article Fifteen
15 ot the Cowttttatloo, asd the prorisloas of an
act entitled, A Act to provide Ibe manner of
, DronostneAmesdnentstothe Constitution and
," suhtuittinRtbe sa to tbe Electors of this
Kttn " nirninn nnniarT l.an. a. u. imi. uiai
said proposed aaKBdments will be submitted to
the qualified Toters of this State for ratification.
or rejection at the general election to he held eo
the i day of Noveaaber. a. p. JIM.
IvWiTXBMWaKKEOP. I hate hermnte set
nrhandaadeansed to be afiteed the
Great Seal of the State of Nebraska.
Done at Limom. an iw wj w.
A.D. . the elcWttftwr ej the
UMted Mtirut. the One Hundred and
Cnmnar. . JAMVW. OtaWISL
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Notions, Boots & Shoes
Great Bargains for Cash at
COWLES, - - NEBRASKA.
S4v?jor muney by bujliiij yourfcoolof blm. Oct 1'rWi elvwbrrr, aaJ then p to hh lore
lul and trucure unheard ul bariMhis.
dc, tc. Kepalrlm: a Specialty. All kinds
LUMBEK, LATH, SHIXGLFS,
DRY LUMBER 4 SPECIALTY, THE BEST IN E MARKET AND
soi.' it me fit weht rickm.
WHO It UHACQUAINTIO WITH THI
SEE DV EXAMINING
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Chicago. Rock Island & Pacific R'y,
Being the Great Central Line, afforda to traveler by reason of lta tuxrivaled o
araphlcal portion, the horteat and beat route between the JCaat, Kortaeaat and
Southeast, and the West, Northwest and Southwest.
It is UtsraUy and stricUy true, that iu connections are all of the principal lines
of road between the Atlantic and the Pacific .
By its main Una and branches it reaches CbJcaro, Blue Island June., Auburn
Tunc, Joliet, Ceneca, Peoria, Ottawa, La Salle, Oeneseo, Moline and Bock Island,
in Illinois: Darenport, Xuscatine. Washington, Keokuk, Knoxrille, Oakaloosa,
rairlleld, Des Moines, West Liberty, Iowa City, Atlantic, Avoca, Audubon,
Harlan, Guthrie Center and Council Blufla, in Iowa; Gallatin. Trenton. Cameron
and Kansas City, in Missouri, and Leavenworth and Atchison in aansaa, and
the hundreds of cities, villages and towns Intermediate. The
"GREAT ROCK ISLAND ROUTE,"
As it is familiarly called, offers to travelers all the advantages and comforts
incident to a smooth track, safe bridges. Union Depots JtaU oonntinff poit.
Fast Express Trains, composed of COaCMODIOTJS, "WTBLL VENTILATED,
WELL HEATED. FINELY UPHOLSTERED and ELEGANT DAT COACHES;
a line of the MOST MAGNIFICENT RECLINING CHAIE CABS ever built;
PULLMAN'S latest designed and handsomest PALACE SLEEPING and BUF
FET CARS, and DINING CABS that are aelcaowledjred by press and people to
be the FINEST RUN UPON ANY ROAD IN TCT JttUlMaTjSnd in which
superior meals are served at the low rate of SEVENTY-FTTO CENTS EACH.
THREE TRAINS each way between CHICAGO ax USSiS?.8 TS
TWO TRAINS each way between CHICAGO and MINNEAPOLIS and ST.
PAUL, via tho famous
ALBERT LEA ROUTE.
The New and Direct Una, via Seneca, Kankakee end Cfcdnsati. wetly
opened for business between the West and Newport News, Biefcmocd. Cincin
nati, TwI'aaarHfo aad La Fayette, and Council Bluff. St. Paul. Minneapolis and
intermediate points, is rapidly beowain a favorite wit. Thrragk Paswi mra.
Throuaa Cars for all Through Passengers on Fast Zxpresf ?- . .
For more detailed information, see Maps and Folders, which may be obtains!,
as well as Tickets, at all principal Ticket Offices in the United States and Can
ada, or of
R. R. CABLE,
Spar.ogle & Funk,
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How rarely dos a fanner contemplate a
lu-wly harrowed fle'd wllh .sutisfat-ttuu ' He
walks over It and sct- htc aud there sett I ua
coiivcred: here a furrow slu-c untoiirlted Wi aus
the surface wtis not quite level, and there v
bunch of stubble drawn into a heap hnviog
tlniggett the sd ami .e'd lefrp It for jards. He
shakes his bcatl smtly and wlsbt-s tlierv wjcs a
harrow that would do the work t-rfetllv . level
lug tlie roiieh places, bnaklng up thetfods, and
not only pulveri1114 the mJ, but turn. 11 It over
the .seen seed o that tills Is all covered to an
even depth and without waste. Hut the farmer
Kilo uses the "Acme" Puheridiii: Harnnv, Clod
crustier and leveler tins none of the sadness and
disapiKimtmeut, for his lields arc bveled and
ineltowcd and smoothed and the seed pnqxTlr
coverett. Fall plowed gn.undcsj-'clally need tld
jiercclt v.ork which Is done quieklv and without
tiie need of any spring plow n.g This alo Is a
gixxl cultnator until tho corn is uIiovm twelve
Inches iu hetghth. For saie oy
SASH, DOORS, BLINDS 4C.
OIOORAPHV OP THia OOMhlTKY,
TWO IfiAP, THAT THE
K. ST. JOHN.
Dow a s;cut1 morcHxat tAWm tnt. Kp
l-jrs jitixk o(
Cassimeres, Worsteds, Meltons,&c,
FOR FINE SUITS.
He tioca Iim oan TAilonnjj, Cutting an.
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J. 11. BRO WX
MARBLE m GRANITE WORKS
OFFICE AND YARD.-Opposite Watson's
Red Cloud, Neb-
Lock box, 122
VIiASm & WJIWB89
Furniture, Picture Framss,
W. P. FORRESTER
Stoves, G-asoline Stoves, Tiuware, Nails.
Barbed Wire, and the Largest and Most
extensive line of goods in the valley.
Your favors respectfully solicited. Prices tot
suit the times and
Maryatt & Co.,
RED CLOUD, NEBRASKA
We keep everything in the Jewelry
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RED CLOUD, - NEBRASKA.
Fine OJicc Work a Specially.
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