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About The Red Cloud chief. (Red Cloud, Webster Co., Neb.) 1873-1923 | View Entire Issue (Dec. 5, 1884)
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&' .lwniil avvMjtmi . nrn-inTl7ik.d
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E,W la ttowerv aaioon last nignw
fane kail a, cw in bis hand, and
i&rf fcamedlVJit the loose-trousered
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S2St.a WtVnil. On the
m w lie r.a Tiist enocu. vw m
iwlli wern pictures of aptrewft nnd
priee-fighters, while over the dirty bar
ewung a work of art which jniq;ht b&
Uken either as a portrait of the pro
prietor or a rcWrkably poo-1 dikcncsi
of tho chlwpanzeo in the Central' l'ark
erjagcri. Fire of the boya wore
tight Jej raiment, and tho lower limba
ft1te xth was attired in a pair of sky-
mklibnrH, from whiek wandered two
' afapiQfcfc. Standing 50W feet from
tt tabi f& a youth on -whoHe diir.in-
nfive fonniwas errayea nngnx, piaiu
vonnp' ner.son. and called him "Pet."
Tho party represent "the little toughs
of New Yoik, the rising geoeratioa of
When the colored balls were corraled
into the shape of a pyramid, the tallest
boy laid his cigur on a dholf where none
of the others could roach it, and made
th opening ehot with re(k!e.i energy.
Then a low-lcgcMl member of the p:ir
ty (tquintod aleng tho tois of the bills
like a civil engineer looking through a
theodolite. Finally his cue nhot for
ward, and a purple ball rolled into the
pocket The player looked at Fete,
who laughingly remarked:
Good. You're comin' on. Dat was
ringer. Flay der seven-ball across
to der side pocket"
Tho bow-legged boy squinted through
. ; '.. .i . .1..!:... n;n on.l
uie imaginary umuiiumo
' shook his head doubtfully.
"No crosa, no crown,"
Pel. "Dat'a what der bloko with der
rkXrWf WW VVt fc,r-ww-
white neektio says."
Tko cross-Hhot was attempted, and
proved to be a success. Three balls
were ent into the pocket in succession,
and then tho player mado a mis, leav
ing the balls in a" favorable position for
the next boy, who remarked that it was
a good "leave.
NutlnV but leaves," observed Pete,
as h accepted a cigar from an admirer.
"Dii onacientilic play makes me sick.
Now, dcre's a shot anyone cud make,
andit'll be missed, Fiire."
The tall boy bet drinks with the next
plrlyor on the shot.
'Make it for der crowd," said a thin
little fellow who basked in Pete's smiles.
The suggestion was received with im-
mense faVor by the onlookers, ami the
better reluctantly consented. When
the player missed the shot, Pete drank
For three hours the game went on,
and at the end of each contest tho bar
tender distributed green" tickets foi
drinks to tho boys. They lounged
around tha room, drank beer, smoked
eigars, and listened to the decisions ol
Peto on tha technical points of tin
game. Then they discussed Edwin
Booth and John L. Sullivan, for both
of whom great respect was shown.
Tho tall boy bet drinks that Grant wai
sure of election, and Peto decided that
ha had won, whereat tho tali boy said
that Pete would yet be a momber ol
. the board of aldormen, it remark which
was not resehtod. Two of the com
pany danced a doublo shuflle and were
threatened with ejection by tho bar
tender on tho ground that they were
Interrupting the business of the house.
One of the lads drank so much beoi
that he oflcred to fight Pete. Ho was
at once seized by tho collar and a cer
'Haiu portion of his trousers and as
v 'sistea to the sidewalk in a hurry by the
bartender. The boy looked astonished
whea be reached the street, for thebar
tender was not specific in tho contract
nor nominated in tho bond which ho
Bj midnight tha party stood at the
bar steadily drinking- beer and pocket
ing cigars until ererV ticket had been
cashed. Pote's "All there" hat was
tilted Yery much more over his leftej-e,
while with the right oye ho watched the
tallboy counting up a handful of silTer
coin. Just as the company was leav
ing the ealoon Pete smooth'ed his plaid
suit and whispered to the tall boy, and
led him back to the pool table.
4T11 tell.yer what I'll do," he said,
wjrfk a benevolent look, 'Til betch a
ddftarj kin, beat yer in a nice soshible
famottLwouldnt play wid der rest of
er fBEv Most of dem are skins and
danuo what honesty is."
Two ona dollar bills were solemnly
laid in the barkeeper's bands and the
game commenced. The tall boy put
. in four balls at the start by delicate
'strokes. Then Pete took off his jacket
and, chalked bis cue. The tall boy ex
amiad tha rack to count bis score, and
while his hack was turned Peto pushed
tha fomrteen" ball Into the pocket
with his hand, and remarked as Lis op
ponent looked around:
"Dat was a hair-curler, me boy. I
sa'dn't tiak I oud fetch it"
Theft be missed the next shot The
tail boy xaade another ball and went to
the bar to settle a disputed account
While he was away Peter swept more
balk oa the table into the pocket with
his arm. When bis companion returned
, he looked stunned.
Irtellyerwliat." said Pete as he
shored tha two dollar bills into his
packet, Hain, every feller I'd play
Vwidiqrpaoney. JL chap's sure to get
'skwtifd ifheget8 ia wid a crowd of
lilokea.whftt doa't fro to church nor
Sdy i'tooL ril have ter bid yer
g6d aighjbyfor I have Mo get up early
-ttHsafrMget a shave.
- Ai4 -JClrte 'assed his hand slowly
arooad hiT;prfectly smooth chin as be
t aawpterilfUt faik the Bowery. -Vn
-''- 1ST ' r.. ' a
nciaton of the tow-
bow-by the atase man-
ahar thateri. Ik funnv-tn
"rrr-m' . : -. ..- ... . r..
tomoMO. ".xansi" struggung
osT hlsaibilant notes and
uiv.omuj a Drass noruoa pin . . . , f.; ,. . - ...... . ..,,. I
anan 4Ali there V hrX v.men wm f Vs. j7 -i. '. u" '"www" " .: r,n a ( -m
Sjed eloqCently over his left eje. Ono , J' "i; " with articU, of ,reat partiv.Lr I i
loot was thrown forward, with li heel f ak!nJLf g,(J i:om:rtu:u. 'th. n,l vill. mv. invuiub:, lo !
ihnorthumb VfiiiUJviMpnrt.nt,ui:efc ild -ply .
XhoTes of the pl;Od vt. Tho rest '" M- '' .. i I ; " .--' y-U''read,.,. :h, V, Ur.- j
.rf , W. n.W rirHnt rennet to this BWdf tO tllf V allrfof i.o.oi ;i.i ;, p, kV ..... n. .,.., ,.. ..
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tM2'1iiwrJBwavIt'is ridTculofw also
se."Bot?he children, jour
v.Whatw)rlt4ffi shall be made
i?mJ&iiial &Mvisinn .- Tjfc
ml . . : .awr ifci
'-I'Sl - JNMi-Jliail
viruitA-iLas: .li.-jLms-i.i J-r.i;
For at mo
s "'rneo at io
niioal and vc;;o
tl j nnntaicj of
tabic oil itij
rnd cOnif rtlf tlii
Krst and fnao
r Wit lor me uyo
of ' c ir? Vsnktul i
-knr"Kn train (or
in? nsn'o:i5-rti ewi
??) oil Irridi
Irjin'i irm tho f
(a larco "liio
,nu Ti.di!tg fcl- j
1 1. ... -...v !
Jy thirty ton c blA
resenting r.dirJ y i
lif r wh ton znp-
VV' Th!? f to"f Vf :"' r,r T'rw- !
wha Jo, ron1Ji .vcrjit the (ir-odind j
whalo in thcv &ntM nt :ti co-jtrdm- ,
of sperm-oil md
I o o!
Of the latter doa
if pro!:.:c!, the head
alone oftcniTj 3g
i-lI i:; f:-h come
ltt JktJIVUf I
wiu jawijiuw, irii
the shark, .th.' -jeaD tl
't liiii. i-.'' f i - - .
v tho cod. tlio Jyr
riu?, and olh
Ofnniuiul J itswari buer. fallow,
lard, gooegr ja i.oa 'vf(ot il (jro
wared frotmth fctil of oin. and usfi
I f tf i
,-rea and W( nfirtSli... wl. re r. nr.dti- '
tude of lioree ,artr,i? ': ulv --: T.'ntvre'i
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rmollv iriii A W Itr .. fnr pni.sh-
ing purports aunir i-iort.s of nil arc j
roughly va!hv d atrii.C'W.Ht. Tho ex- ;
port of tee- UfrmIndon. H-i I. and
Liverpool.mi 18W, wj.i li.50d.ljo gal-
, t m
Under the leaef of "rd.on rank lin- I
seed, cottrin .eedaiitl e.isior-o:l. Col-
za-rnl, also, bcai'id" Ir.jin tnuiiaru.
hemn. radii' . rafc'. turn'i. and o:h'f
ohve-o.l ur.il al- i
i luui: ill jiuiAi :irKKi ' : ' tin '.. .' ir4-. vva .aunair. A.aMtiiiiis ' .4j:
PVHIS- XUV O.JI
riiiiid. I ff - a j-1 ft- .. . .I i fii v
Western Afr eaSho palm-nut of tho
oil-palm, an I otti of grouud-nuK f)r
use in fine maHiinery. From Singa
pore and C!..na receive kokum-oil
and vegetfch o tilloy About fourteen
thousand tr is;iI roton-oil aro annual
ly imj)orted foEtho use of the wool-dres.-ers
Ilesidesf i lesir o fimilior to our
selves, a'ftit. st ef ory country has some
specialty in oil. Thus, in .Southern
Kussia.'tobc ccoloil is largely ud; in
Itidy, oilbf grfc'-st mes; in China, oil
of tea-seed; inlr.'h.t, oil of nutmegs,
of seeds of therrambogi tree, of custard-apple
eedjfof cashew-nut, of car
damon, of eaijt, of margoza, and many
others. Brazil too. has a largo num
ber of oils, ootfi animal and vegetable,
peculiar to itsMf. - "The (HI S7i)ply of
the World.' inh'ovuJur Science Montfir
Lord fjjMon' fjove IiCttcr.s.
"Ando:they dresd my poodle in
white and bUftk? Uh. zoo darling!
How like r .poAlIe! And had oo oo's
bootifnl en TSiBrled nicely, and did not
all the jiU pyM',g,, rtin after oo and tell'
oo whatSu dating oo was? Ah, mo
sends oo;n nctlhillion ki--es to be dis
tributed -3 follows: 50t.WK) for oo
bootifnl Jioutt, 2V,000 to oo right eye,
U50.000 to oo?
,'t ee, 1.000, WO to oo
the rest to be equally
dear neck ai
in oo arms ami hands.
more kis-es. mv own
ir letter which is just ar-
rivexl. It is
ad. and now, before it is
the following marks
ay, darling shall we not
kiss pi :tti
iiarimg, pray write, lor
my soul h auj
iivs unil thirsts nfier vour
ten million marks of
kisses! :ai dlM"5-
"l.OOO.'OOWH'.OwO.i.i.OOO marks of
kisses,4 n y diare-t Uose.
"Aly.'O". Ji,par timl uarling love and
"Adieu ism own Rose, mvlifr1 of life,
very pooi le.f very poodles, adieu!
Adien, oo "jftvn idolatrous puppy.
"Ever mjBdearest dearest dearest
fondest" i ini&L bootifulest darliugest
angelest JOlo. oo own puppy."
Andyt t, sftter a- brief married life,
they qua "rewl and wero separated.
Pall Jia? XGmtttc.
"by ITo Iiefu
ft his boarding houso and
now live t af
io you go away?" asked
vruv w i in
"I mu f ml
od reason," he answered
you had, but wlut w.i3
tell. von. I vras ?.t dm-
darand 1 heard the land-
Ifaiter-girl talking out in
old lady asked if I was in
m vet, aud the cirl said
"tlio old woman aked if I
had oat at:
fen thing on the table, and
tho girl fi
1 hadn t commenced on
kh aud dishes when she was
in last: b
die wouldn't like to write
rolicy on them. Both
lied then, a cold, ur.pleas-llar-a-week
laujrh and I
ant I 6 ucH
rs and packed my trunk.
lero Avas to it, but I won't
be iasi It
fin no man's house." Mer-
rho lives not
a cat that
this citv Jias
for a living, or lives to
It is a tiger-colored kitten.
months old. When a re-
thc animal bounding about
e asked what it was about.
Itching Hies," explained his
fThat's what he does tho
He has eaten nothing else
las weaned. I can't tell vou
10 by tho habit. Ye have
im milt, meat and other
he will not touch it. He
id eats as manv as 200 flics
The cat becomes very ex
his work, aud will spring
lair or onto a window lor a
i variably uses his right paw,
misses his aim." byracusi
tting-room" in a shoe factory
m oi tne intricate macmn-
ltains, the most dangerous
lo buildinr. It is a rare thing
h a room in a large factory
lot contain one or more em-
ms a thumb or finger. Some-
itful accidents occur.
trrt mrrliirrt tnAialnil
. v- U.......UW MlUUtUU
thc guillotine of France, is
lUing the heajeoj leather in
contains arTfcn.vfeiir feet
mond-oil.f-i rodijlndia ioiph poj.py- : witho-il its montijly visits. Ue are
eed oil; fro-ii the I'.hn-k rn-a, oil of j therefore ghul to call our readers utteti
HUilloweMe tls.g From (Vloa and the tion fu lh,. f.u.t lhat we oJicr t,ltf CoJ..
Pacific i.sles 'onies eocoanut-od. rroni
fonid cutA roan's ,m as
A Srifll olIr t Oar Iail?r '
THK CorTAOR IlKJlrfTJf H, fl JU aainc
inrficntr-, a home mnnzinc,2and lho j
who are acquainted wiih it. need no I
i higher cornrnon'iatton than to -.ty tt i )
better than ever teforr. Kr trn yrtn
U hiw had a ttai!y growth lih in ir-
ru'.anon nn! lis-mrv nnuli'i.-- i.' nc.ir
is x n)(r.t e3crf.liHn hw maput:.-, r
crammed frill of cl ihirw?. aifir.f.-'
thcro f kiwnv;
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to !i:i.-o n-u in-tr nr: r;virv rm-mber j
uf , f , .;
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if our vcr' 1cct vrrnrr. it -hort Morr
entcrtairunt;, lit descriptive sketched
i'Wt attr.u lively v. ritten and it ar-J
tide rti .irueriir and ('rif ftv.a
Aubj el.-, arevf.r.eat ;nrticuii.- rnaie
HpeciI featurea of :h; inter ?.
nM:;.iii" nrts ii:giralurie3 a:-i p ,
(ms by the beat Antencim rrrittr-f, ar: 1 ,
nnmn u r;t;ent coclrihutor we n.
tic; Kdvard Everett, Lmy L-urom,
Ciia Motilton. Joaquin ji tiler, Mr
S' ' an,i l-i
hiSlaber. Its dopart.-nanm of ;n;:.. .
lancv vtrn :. ricuiiurf, umon
''' I fiz:-- acd iuj( with w aes -: '
-red f.r c rfe.t solution, fn ia-1 t!.r
na ,e froi , j., 0t.,:jne f,re,,iM,..
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on it.-irjmt cover, all thn:ig!i :t3 wc'.
printed and beautifully iliiitrat "1
pa.cs, in. wholesome :v.nl intenetinj,
and takir- thcnmgazinc, all in a!!, wc
(1 not "fce how :i f-UI,!l: CMl et :i!l,,lo
I iAur. x..u. -i or :i yv:r irei 01 enarye
to anyone who v.ill -end us 3'2 for uh
seriptton to Tnr. Chikx one year. If
you want to ceo the Cottage Hearth
before ordering it we will send you a
free sample- copy.
iurk!r.n'! Arnlra Salve.
Tho best salve in the world for cut,5
lrui.-es, sores, ulcer?, sail rheum,
lever -ore.", tetter, chapped hands
chiibhiins, corn ami all ,-kin ettiptiotir
ard pi.itiyely cures piles, or no pay
required. It is gurautocd to give ier
fect satisfaction, or money rutimdcd
price l!5c per box.
I)rnnkrnn:s., or tli I.iiir ilnlilr, ran he
rurfil !yf arfminfott-rin:: Dr. Haines
It c:in ho "riven in a cup of collee or
tei without the knowl-dge of the per- j
son taking it, fleeting a speedy and
permanent cure, whitner the patient i
i.i a moderate drinker or ah oholie
wreck. 'I housauds of drunkards have
been made teuinerato men who have
taken the Golden Specific in their cof
fee without their knowledge, and to
day believe they quit drinking of their
own free will. No harmful cHect.- re
su:t from its administration. Cures
guaranteed. Circulars and testimon
ials sent free. Address,
Goi.hk.n SrKriFic Co.,
L95 Hare St.. Cincinnati, 0.
T-jio Amencen men and women, by
reason of their strong constitution'',
beautiful forms, rich complexions and
characteristic energy, are mvided by
all nations. Its ihe general use of Dr.
Ilarter's Iron Tonic which brings about
As a rain drop foretells a storm, so
do.e.s a pimple npn the human body
indicate health-destroying virus in the
blood, which can be neutralized and
expelled only ?y Dr. Ilarter's Iron
Ho Thanks his Paper.
Mr. EniTon: T was induced by
reading 'vour good paper to try Dr.
Harters Iron Tonic for debility, liver
disorder and scrofula and three bottles
have cured me. Accent mv thanks C.
Uogga. Sx. ' 18-4w
A I .i fe Sa v i n c Pr f c n t
3rr. ?r. E. Allison Hutchison saved j
his life hv a simple trial bottle of Dr.
fCing-sXew Discovetv. for co-is-imp- j
th n. which caued him to timbre a I
iarg- b.ttlftethat completely cured him. j
when doctor, (hnae of erimae :md
every thing e'se had f.si'.cd. A-;hin-.
brc.'icl.itia. iio.mehc. severe coughs,
and all throat 'and lung diseases, it is
guaranteed to cure, trial bottles free at
Henry Cook's drugstore. Largesize $1 .
An Answer Wan toil
Can anv one bring us a case 'of kid
nev or liver complaint that Electric
Bitters will not speedily cure? We say
they can not, and thousands of cases
alrcadv permanently cured and who
are dailv reccommedding Electric Bit
ters will prove. Brights disease, diab
etes, weak back or any urinary com
plaint quickly cured They purify the
blood, regulate the bowels, and act di
rectly on the diseased parts. Every
bottle guaranteed. For sale at 50 cents
a bottle by Henrv Cook.
The sage who lit a candle in the day
wisely said " I seek a man,' would not
he called erazy'in these days if he done
the same thing to find a strictly pnre
Bakyig Powder, and unless h found
Del.ands Chemical Baking Powder,
might still be peering around. It is
made from Cream Tarter and Soda
only, no filling whatever. Sold m cans
The 'Keystone of Health.
How can yvu expect to feel "well or
even enjoy" life whenfyou go about'with
a hacking cough? The fool in his wis
there is no "cure for it, but the wise
man hies him "to A. Lindley's drug
store, and ges a bottle of Dr. Bigelnw
Positive Cure and gets well. A trial1
bottle costs nothing.
Joy. Joy to The World
If you meet a man who looks as
lo?t all his frienhs, had his house burn
down and business destroyed, just
maka up your mind that he has the.
dspepsiaor lit? liver is out of order.
The best thing you can do fat such a
woe oecone inaiviuiAiauai is to navise j
Ki.. fn nn fn A T t,wllav nnl rnfa n
bottle of Pr. Janes' Bed Clover Tonic
wh.clvwill cure him without fail.J Also
for Infants nnd Children.
III So. Oxoni St.. lirooklt, 2. Y.
Jl ahwiiutn enre for ilhenmatlmn. Sprai.a
Icicle, IJtirn.-!, Gall.s &c.
relieving und Healing Ite:ucly.
v. 5? ?, 5 r ,f
A f' xk3
U wl task t
& m t $ s
S. V. IrUlDlLOW,
Where il' be foutal'e. n tl.n.g in the ro rr ht:e. tuch as
Sugars, Tea,s, Coffees, Sirups,
Fruits, Bacon, Ham, Dried Beef,
Cheese ami Cruckera, Tobacco, Ciirar. l'Ki-ir, Fcel, GUss and Queen-war.
Hnping by fair dealing to rncrita share of the public patronage. Coma and
IN FEATHERLEY'S BUILDING,
Opposite 'he Chicago Lumber Yard.
S. V .LUDLOW.
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RED CLOUD, NEE.
Highest Market Price Paid I
m w mvm
SJST .$?& SpzpgXtfZmS&
;f 2& V" jj kh
'&& S& U23 fiT 53C
Tliat Mrs. Newhouse,
HAS THE LARGEST iTOCK OF
Dry Goods, Dress Goods,
Christmas goods, Toys, Etc.
Red Cloud ? "Well she has and is selling
them at bottom prices. See her.
Nebraska Lumber Co,
LUMBER, LATU, SHIXGLTS, SASH, D00KS, BLIXD3 AC.
DRY LU3IBER A. SPECIALTY, THE BEST IX IE MARKET AND
SOXiD AT THE LOW JEST jrHICS.
llU ' rwt fitu --7i. KZri pj
Au Inataiitaneoua PaLa- ft
G. M. YOL'.NG.
W fi U3B
Hosford & Young,
all kinds of
mm&, mm, mm
&?&? & 0P?W
JKJAI LJ ff
sSaCfilSfl 3 HBaT jsal M
Of Narvoua and aWmmalDv
waty. Early Oacay, Lca of
tf.mmaw. Ac Air..
!- a C- -
: Cassimeros. "Worsteds, Meltons, &c.
FOR lINE SUITS.
He dofw L -n Tlocfer. CutU
SiitmuUXM ft? K.Wr CU J
w.i Good Wari: td Ku Ir1c.
Old Stand, - Ked Cloud, Neb
.. . IlJiOlKY
MMRLE AND GRANITE WORKS
OFFICE AND YARD.-Opposite Watson's
Lock box. 22
VIaATT & FBEBS,
A vV dc.or H
WHO 19 UKACQUM-'TTD WITH TK
cis wt ojivumjko
' -t .V -" XyrrrrV" s l w .K,. ajsj
Ohicaco, Rock Island & Pacific R'Yf
Beinc the G-rot CrrT Ltr.. .TTrd to
STAfalcol iltlon. lh kor'nl - ! ht
ecuUi'Mi, ana Ue Wctt, Xcrthwt .;!
It U ut7ra-7 and '.trisUr trc tha
er roi bstv-cn tfc AtUstj z.C lb
.Ua mJn lic ni brahfr it rvcae Chlcjwro. JWn XaHjU iu, Ab
Tun- , Jr'Jt. Z., ?crtx, 0:ir. La 3:. C&o. JCUa aA JaoJi LatMbft.
In IJlnol; Ds.-rmport, UuxraUne, T5aIus.yUv. Xly-k. 3tajrrllU, riat?ira
x iiowa. iyr o. w,c i-ltyrtT. Iowa Ci-r. Alli-stla lta. A.
KarU. Oathnn Cenli- m4 Co-acdl B.c2b. la Ixa; 0IIr
uil Kacjtvi C t7. Is Ziimrsxiri, ad LoTmwortJ ar XU
lh huadrwljf of ciUey, vUliso asvl tjTra l&tvraadlaU. Tfc
"CFZEAT ROOK JSLAND ROUTE,?
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stoves Gasoline Stoves, Tinware, Nails
Barbed Wire, and the Largest and Most
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Your favors respectfully solicited. Prices to
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