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About The Red Cloud chief. (Red Cloud, Webster Co., Neb.) 1873-1923 | View Entire Issue (April 24, 1885)
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"ETERNAL VIGILANCE IS THE PRICE OF LIBERTY," AND $LSO A YEAR IS THE PRICE OF THE CHIEF.
RED CLOUD, WEBSTER COUNTY, NEB. FRIDAY, APRIL 24, 1885-
yr - - a. '
Reliable Furniture and Undertaking House
ppposite Postofflce. My stock of Furniture and Mortuary Goods, is
the LARGEST and MOST COMPLETE ever brought to the
the RepuDLcan Valley, and my prices can not fail to please.
RED CLOUD CHIEF
t " KTfSY FBIDAT BT
' A. C. HOSMER.
Mtm . - -
lee ess, ant save ha, 75.
dHNW.fcuu ith. ... 5T.
aaHeres at m 1 esteflse la Rei Oloa s san
er ef the mni elass.
B If. Time Table.
ltof 3a to Crete, nail.
, 8 Wain
vxiern ana HssUacs sip.
nail" to ueuvsr.
aadaaa to Oxford exp
vms ie jura ijoua nan...,
"Cauaea ball" to Kansas C
express and Crete
Hastings aad Crete
far ana liastlar
mall make eaaacctloas at
Denver. Ckiceiro threujrii train.
aatlacs aut Oxford tram brlags pscaogsrs
Oalcago to iMTcr express.
A. J Waxen, Ticket Ageut.
(nan P. Bayba, County Clerk.
na. Buscuow, Couuty Treasurer.
so. O. Yeiaer, Couuty Judge.
J. W. Warren, Sheriff.
-tHiM. W. Springer, Superintendent
vj Public Instruction.
G p. Rinker, County Surveyor.
LM, Moaena. County Gorouer.
Ussb L. Miller, )
Jdo. McCallum. County Com.
I. B. Hampton, S
T . .
- - - NEBRASKA
Ordero left at the Abstract office will
receive prompt attention.
REICIX)UD - - NEBRASKA
J W.TULLE.YS, m!d.,
tU. 8. Examining Surgeon.
Bask Red Cloud.
t r . t-IcKEEBY, M. D.,
PHYSICIAN AND SURGEON,
Orricav-PIret doo"wet of Cook's drug store,
gca hour.! from 9 to XX a. m 1 to 4. and? to s
K be. Krai leaee blocks west at court ouse.
JJUCIXJOU. ... NEBRASKA.
D DAKERELL, M. D.,
FHYSICIAN AND SURGEON,
R,d Cloud, Nebraska.
ar-s'ar tht atw psstofles.
Rem Clou.. Nebraska.
Iu Smith Broc. Uw office.
C W. Kalei .. J. L. Kalky.
. Kaley Bros.
A TTOINKYI AT LAW.
HET CLOUD, NEB.
Ant forhe B. & M. R- K. Lands
Case 3c McNeny,
TTORKEYH -VXD COUNSELORS AT LAW
trn nrurf- In fill -mirts of tliist state.
leettaasaswell a litigated business careful-
Ir aad esldently attended to. Abstracts lurmxh-
ASiS3S-?-Ftat Katlonal Bank. Sed
jjR. C. SCEENC,
PHYSCIaN AND SURGEON,
jf Cot.'les, Nebraska.
ProfeMional calls promptly attended.
Ornci: At! residence Cowlea. 8-51"
a.E.Jfeora.tst " J- Miacr.V FsM.
Jdbi- Maare, Cashier ' .
First National Bank
RED CLPUL7 iStitJ-
aasai a cw;al bar.ciaf aaaiaMa. hay aa4
mtmmi sSiai Vtrirt aaaaa. BvaaiaaU
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BUY . YOUR
-DE 4L.ERS IW-
LUMBER, LATH, 8HINGLFS
DRY LUMBER 4 SPECIALTY,
BOI.l AT THE
House and Sign Painter
Grainer and Glazier.
All kinds of Fancy and Plain wall Decora
tions Promptly and Neatly Done.
Get my terms before you have your work
done. Work guaranteed:
WALKER & BRAKEFIELD,
, DE A LERS IN
Pumps, Wind Mills, Well Tubing
AntTEverythinff In ourllino. "When wanting anythicjr in tho Pump
Windmill line it will pay you to oee us. Our Prices are the
LowoBtand ".Work .Guaranteed.
OFPICE On ThirdAvenue.Opposito Miner Bros., Store, Rod Oloud
Nebraska. Don't.faXto'teeus before buylnar.
I tak pleasure in callinff tho attention of tho citizens of Red Cloud
and vicinity to tho largo and complete stock of
Wall Paper, Window Shades, &c,
That I am Just opening". Thoso goods are all of tne BEST
and LATEST PATTERNS
At Reasonable Prices !
Call and look at samples. No trouble to show toods.
C. ,L. COT TING,
Druggist and Bookseller, Red Cloud
RED CLOUD MEAT MARKET,
Glret Ttoor Ifouth ct sttr.
PBESH AJ.T) S AL
Always oi hand.
Caki and aert them
wneileveryc a want '
the .best and the
JISsrBBSBsr wssr 3Bsssyssss!ssss5 ..sssr Sbsbs
Sold in Bed Cloni ty ,A. A. POPE.
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jggjfc jgtr-feti " ..- - . 'J.B1T iiJ "N siennslniJipeea
SASH, DOORS, BLINDS AC.
THE BEST IN IE 1CA RKET AND
LOWEST jrRIC fi .
A. SWISH ,
Efseratii Leyclr. snbjects the
oIl to the act ioa of steel Craabcr aad LctT
. !er, and th cattloe Irtruw- n.m.
Pwciof dwatJlaiafle steclcoal- - J
Immeii Cutting Power !
.Tke trre eara3a of nwkter lasas.leTcl!i
Isy'iitt ft TlBnWMnBjPsri
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rIIENKWKN(!LAM MOKTCAOE SBCU
rity Coujpviy, ia corj'"stionH'WQtff.l
Isaac II. Hiimmell, Marr C. fltunmelL Kov
Flshtr. admlnijtratrjx of fhailc M. ThbT.
dfce&;d. Kov; KlsLer. M)TtIi: Fisher, tof ant
ln-Ir of (."baric M. f iber. defifiKtauU.
Iwac II Hutumell ami liar' (. ilutnmdl, Je
f:r(xnt. r.Ul tak notice that on the awh aay
of Mrch. IJtiC, The New j.giand Xorttfarc -irurlty
Company filed lu jtition In Uie illstrlrt
ourt of Welnter couuty, rbraki, Hjrains:
saM defeadiit5trt :tl. the olijrct and irarr o!
which an- to foreclose a mortae cxeutd br
said defendants. Isaac U Huiruell anil MarvC.
Uumiiie!! to tt, jtlalutif!. u:i tivct hlf of
the nortii-wcM quarter of section twelve (13) In
t4maliip three (.1). north of runs rirven (it),
WetMter count). Nebraska, to secure the pay
ment of one certain cotin note dated .I:uiuar
H.lto. fori-OO. ana inu-rct. due Ihrembcr f,
1W4. That there Is now due on ?M couon note
tlm sum of 3I7J0. with Interest fmm Ikwinber
l, lt. at 10 jr cent, pi-r annum. I'lalnn prav
for a decree thit defviidunt !, reoulred to n.iv
tho fcaije, or that said premies be -old to satl
I) Uie dJnouul found due. You are required to
an;ver aid petition ou or beforo the the I8tb
dxyof May 1K5.
Tirs Xbw K.nclanu Moutu;b Heccritt
lly Its Attorneys, DHv.orth. Smith & Dllworth.
Dated Maixli no. in.
NOTICE TIMBER CULTURE.
U 3 1-ind ofnee,!SIootiiloctont 5eb, March 'iM, 181
tlOMPLAINT IIAVI.NC UEKX KNTKKEn AT
; this O.llcu by Maithrw It. ik'titJev agjijnst
Charles Kaley, ,r., lor futlure to comply with
httvas to Tlmt'er-CuSture entry ntunhr W. dat
ed April 27, l75, inm the wit ',. -t H. section
6. Jov.lillhi I. rATUti II. in WebMrr countv. Neb.
MithaIc tocjinc-ll.it Ion of viid er.trj: con
testant i alleging that (. harb-s Kalcy hr. has fail
cd for the last three) ears to proUct and culti
vate the tinder on said land, and that the re
((Hired numtrer oftrees on which to make final
proof are not upon sald Innd.the sahl parties are
hereby hummoned toapifar at this ohlce on the
Jth day of May. 1 v5. at : "clock. a m. to ritnd
aud funilsh testimony roiu-eriilnj said alleg-il
failure. .lames McXeny. Xotan rublic. Is here
by aiointeil to Ukototimouv to this case at his
office In Ited Cloud. Xeb. ou the 5th dy of May,
1M3. 10 A. M.
S. V SwiT7.cn, Register.
R. W. llo.vir.OMEKV, llccenrcr. iVflir
ii i i i ii j
nOIAX!Kl,E. IJLTlC. XOX KKSIDKXT DI
I Iciul.mt: Vonnrc hcrc-bv notifiol tii;it on
tli3tli ilny of Ajiril. isVi. Alfred W Ittuiklv.
Iil.iintill. ilid Itli' Ins petition in thfilistrict conn
of WVlMi-r county. Xohnuka. ntalut ou. tin
object and pnucr of which isto reenwra Jml
ineiit against joii for tlir Mim
ot 5ito.w with intorost tncrcon from
the iJate last afotcsnlrt. IjoJiik money
dnr on a note cccnteil and dcltvcrcd by ou to
..(!(! tilaintitl on the lt day ol .Inly V6-a. for
$313, bearing lntvn5t at cisht er cent, from
datt". a:n ujo!i which there It now diis thf sum
of f3Tj.2,and also cpoivnn afconntjjor money t.tal
jom ami Root is ana nivrciiaiKi.sc ioiu .inn deliv
ered trt j on at jour iiLstancc and n'o.ucst. upon
which account tht-ru iuov due and ovii:j; irorn
defendant to plaintiff the Mini of .it7..M. Von
and all j)Cious now Interested, or hereafter to
become interested, are hereby notified that on
the date hrt abot e named an orocr of attach,
inent, issued out of said court to satisfy vrid
sum of $710.09. nith interest thereon from that
date at eicht jer cent, and which said order of
atUcninent was levied on the wot j north-ca.st
. and weit H southeast of evtton .', tin
sldp 'J, north rainn; 12 west. In ald county as laud
ou'ucdaud i'eloiiKin to ou. bmthe leu.il title to
which is'm Catharine Cltitci:. You are further
notiiied to answer or plead to said Petition ou Or
before the 'iith dayot May. 1-V. ou will also
take notice that on the iiitli day of May, Jsxs.
between the hours ot in a. in. and 3 p. nt. at the
law ofneeof Albert and Albert, in IVd.ir Rapids.
I.li)ti county, I0W4, the .said plaiutlfl will take
the depositions ot Alfred V Kunkle and 1 J
Fisher, to be used as evidence in this action.
Dated at Red Cloud, Xeb., April Itth. tt.
Alfrki V. Ri'MtLC. Plaintiff.
37-tw lty Kal-y linn., his :ittorn-s.
t TATE OF XHBKASKA.
uny concern: The
D ty. sh: To all whom it
comnils.sloner apr-olnted to vicwand reiort up
on a rtaln road praed for in a certain petition
duly binned and filed with the county clerk of
said county, asking tl.tta public road be locat
ed as follows: To run north and south through
MKlinns i and 33, In towns, raue lowest, and
hcctlou 4 in" town i.', raiKC 10 wet, In Wclstcr
county; said line to commence in center, rnn
iriuK east and west at established roj.d. so rods
mrth ueet..;j lino In section jj. thenc fonth
through center, running south tlmnuh .section
4, in township'.', range 10. all In elter county,
Xcbraska. lit.ikmc iilstaint 2l4 mile, has re
ported favorable and recommend.s the eitablish
ineiit of said road a.s iraed fr r In wild petition
and that no damages be allowed for right of
way. All objections thereto or claims for dam
ages must be filed in the clerk's ofllcc of said
couuty. on or before noon of .Saturday, June '.".
A I). iWi. or such road will be established with
Ited CIcud, Xeb., April 15. 1(W5.
37-4w J. 1. Hai ha, county clerk.
CTATKOF NEBRASKA. WEBSTER COUX-
ty, s: To all whom It mny concent: The
commissioner apindntcd to view and report uj
on a certain mail prjteil for in a certain peti
tion duly signed aud filed with the comity clerk
of Webster YoimlY, asking that a public road be
located as follows: Cniniiiencln? at the nortn
w,t corner of stations 27. tp 1. range to, cl
tr countv. Xeb.. thence runnlni; south on sv
tloa line between sections 27 and 2'. 33 and ,ii,
to .itate line, terminating at w corner of c34.
of tp l, range 10 afirt-ald. in Webster couuty.
county, Xebraka, has reported faorable and
rccoirimend' the establishment of ald road. and
that no damages tc alloived lor right of way. All
objections thereto or claims for damages uiu?t
le filed in the county clerk's ofilco of aid cua
ty. on or before Saturday, .lone ji. 1SST.. or such
raid virin be established without reference.
Ked Cloud. Xeb.. Annl 1. IKvX
37-4W J. I. 11a. zt k. County C!f rk.
TO RAXSOML.TAXXEK.XoX 1ILSIDEXT
I defendant; . ,
You are r-bv notified that on the 3d dav of
April, JJ. Hcnnet'.a K I'anner. filed a pj-tltlon
calnt vou in tbe d, strict court of Webster
county, i"ebr..Vi. ti object and pra"r of
which anr t ri ' u M.orce from jou on tho
cnturnd f "ai dnmktnnew, faSlure to
ppine-. -. t k& of life for her. creel
treatment a -mIuH -ry. Vou are required to
answer am - -i ,tr t?cfore Moaday. tee
IStbday jfM.-y. -v ,..,-
UitK.Rrr si T'KR. riAlntlfr.
0M-.T lTi3"... Bro?..fcer attorneys.
NrOTHJE 13 HETSEBY
I . nf lnoirrvrxtIf
i;i"EX TTfAT ARTT
on haebecn filtsi in the
nf -ti1 rfirtoration il
proDT ofi5cc. Thn nam ol said corporation is
- . .
lag a general I'tmher buslae-ss. anoin uurincaqa
sailing all V.luds of soods and m-rrchyidl
taintrsr tbarvto. indadicgcoal. at tbe t
thoKsaua dol sr?. to be paid In as directed ly
date of subscribing aa. acd powef to icc.ft?
"said capital stock to raro bandred ttjocsaad del-
I raence on'ntfe 1 day cTf February.. 1 SS I. anil ccra-
UltTUUSlWr? Us 2Ji- v -a-v --r -.
tlnac until tae 1st day o FebrBary; it
itocic pa;ti In
ThebOMnes of ssld carroratJiTO
5ball be arnductetl by a board nf sevaa directcra
K. D. Joares, rrw54aii.
L4TBT AH)P0IIPTE$r KsBtE
ra?Ka mwibit v ui;ituj ri"-.-;.
t .1. rr bm.... it. .....mrv.
place of transAstrac oustness. uen Uiouu. .c-
(U.V.. innnn.1 tnr thf nnrTV? Of tran3CJ-
lied CIos-J. With bracco j-ansann oizira a-sacti
other to-nsaa the board of directors faay de
sr,,. wBh ? rnii.-o :ol''jc of one nusreu
lilSQebt amount ot inaeowoss ur .ij
Jicli said poratiac i at any tin- abert
ir..jf r.iiiT5 . i-jif tirt! amoKKt cf capita!
jiarx . . Immau aa . - aucsiss
m . ?w" wksssu ecwaS nnnnaiSBS ia MaaMwsflAsaV AAaMtfJtta
: ti u nA. Maizes' vaa mmg a as w vn"vw a aasaswssa ewssesssnv anaaansn
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1EST IQDB BARTB POffDEB TO-DAI1
PUa(eptfowneaa hot mm matt fcf 1,
DOES SOT C0NTAI3 AXV05IA.
na aauraimsuB aia NEVER
la ailUtoa hoi for quarter of mmtarj is kss
tW4 i wnwnni1 raUahl tMt.
THE TEST OF THE 0YE1.
PRICE BAKING POWDER CO.,
Dr. Price's Special F!a?orin Extracts,
Dr. Price's Lupvlli Ytatt flit
rr Llf kt. U)lkT Brstil. Tk Tt Dry
Y.l la th WrU.
MOST PERFECT MADE
Purest and stroncest NiJurnl Pmlt F1anr
Vanilh. Irnion. Orange, Almond. Kose, etc-,
Cavor as delicately and naturally as the fruit.
PRICE BAKING POWDER CO.,
cniCAco. r. lotna.
Drugs I Drugs I
Drugs, Paints, Gils
Notions, Wall Paper, Ac
Red Cioud, - Nebraska
J. L. MILLER.
ITAIIN.SS' COLLARS, SADDLE?,
null's. COMBS, BRUSHES,
And nvcry thing usually kept in a first
Two doors north of let Nat. Bank
RED CLOUD. NEB.
Drug Store !
R. R. Sherer, Prop.
Mmto k Paints,
OILS AND DRUCS.
Pro rlstsrv Msdiclnsa a Spssiaity
axu BCAuaa tv
A I liavs aafl sesie exerleoe la tbe
auiiDsi, t uunv i caa iBrstsayou x.vv i-t su j
Home Grown Nurseries!
Aa4 wooU ask a ihars of ths trade
XO. O. YttSKR.
K. X. Vaura
.69, Q. m I h,
HED CLOUD, XEB.
4 nCes fraai b4 CJ
tragedy eer easar nsMrratiea.
mase.erwsaji- irasae assaa wen
sv i acres w
JCe.1. Ml asswa4K
tun to enact th i ir w T wma)a.
E9 r t'TyjiP' 1 2?3
t a a WSZSHM "
Real Estate Agents
z ' w. rmrn m i u. - .
saisaw ewaa eeatueea.es ewsea lessaarT Assassse sssaez eesareaw- aasM-
The Red Cloud Chief
FRIDAY. ArRIL 24. !M.
Wlfe'a Appeal to Her Haafcaa.
Ton took mc. Hrnry. wttaa a girl. lata
home And hrsrt.
To tear In all your aftrr-faii a fosd aad f alUV
And tell me, hare I ever tried taal duty ta
Or plwi ther vm not Joy for bo when you
were sunk la wot?
!Co. I would rmtbrr share your rrlaf thaaother
For ihnuch you're noth'ng to the wcrJd, you'ra
all tbe world to me; .
Too mke palaoe of my tked. tha rout,
hewn lynch a throne, ,
Taere's cunilght for me la yoar f asllts atSS
aiualc in your tone.
I look upon yon when yo sleep y ye
with ur jrrnw dlml
! cry. "1 Parent of the poor, took down from
heaven on him!
Behold htm toll from dsy so day, exhaatla
tivnjrth and soul.
Look down in merer on blm. Lord, for Thou
caut make blra whole I"
And h.n at last rrllcTlnr ! aa
How oh sre they forbid to cloae 1a
i oa my
I take tbc mtlt munaurer that savl!s ray spaa
And f-c! n is a part of tace I
bo!S upoa say
There's only one rctura I crare I may aotj
hwl tt lorr-
And It may sootfiw theo when I'm whcr tha
Wretched felno wron:
I ask not for a ktndvr tone, for thou wert crer'
I ask not for leas frugal fare my fare I do aot
I ask not for morn gity sttlro iftucbaslhava
Su tllcu ta make tno fair to thcs for mora I raur
But 1 should uk some shsrc of hours that yoa
" In tnilbeto:
Of knowpig that you prtto to snuca. saay I
not something knuwr
Subtract from meetlnrs arnonftt
ere an notir ror me:
Make me compsnion for your soul, M
If you will re.t. I'll sit and work; thea thtaa,
when you're tir.
Les tt-lluu 1 thill flud the time, dear Hcary,
A mwt compsn'on soon I'll be for e'en
And U-Ncher nf thoso little ones you call your
And If we ! not rich and treat, wo way ba
And s my heart can warm your Lesrt, so
uisy my inln.l j our inlndt
Few of Oar Ksecntlvra WIia Hava
Fortotiea llrhlnd Tbasa.
John Adnms. at the apo of C8, aftr
twinty-ix years of continuous public
service, writes a correspondent to tho
Clovoland Ltndcr, retired to his llulo
estate near Qufnry, Mass., with barely
enough property to givo him tho needs
of life on n farm and tho only tiling he
fjot from the United States (luring his
alter years was the privilege of receiv
ing and Bending his letters without post
age. Thomas Jefferson had to Ijorrow
somothing leas than tlO.000 of a Rich
mond bank to pay hU debts liefore ho
left the white house, and tho history of
the l&st seventeen years of his lifoisooo
of utmost continuous iinancisl embar
rassment. During tho forty-four years
which he devoted to the service of his
country his property dwindled away
and his estate became involvod. In
asking for the above loan he says: "My
nights vJll bo almost sleepless, as noth
ing could bo more distressing to me
than to have debt here (in Washington)
unpaid, if. indeed. I should be Knnit
ted to depart with them unpaid, of
which I am hv uo means crtaia."
He obtained the loan, but he went
from Washington still owing 20,000,
aud a few years later he waM forced to
evil his library, which he had ba sitty
years in gathering to reliere his neces
sities. Cougrcss, pandmonious theu M
now, valueil it at half iu cost, and cave
him rAOOQ for what vu worth &0.
000. In 1819 and 1820 there were hard
times in this country, and Jefferson,
now a man of 77. lost 120,000 by in
dorsing for a friend, and he tried to re
lieve himdf by wiling some of his
lands. But times were bad and there
were no purchasers. Land would sot
bring more than one-third of its value,
and at tha request of the old cx-presi-dent
tho Virginia legislature paasctl aa
act permitting him to dUpose of Moati-
cello by a lottery. This fact was noised
about ovr the countrr. and so many
subscriptions came to his relief that the
idea was given up. New York ralc4
t8,.0OO. Philadelphia sent 15.000. Balti
more $3,000, and Jefferson, it U said,
received tltcse moncjf pmudiy, saying:
"No cent of this is wrung from.the tax
payer. It is th Dure, upvlicited offr
mg of love." He died 'at 83. bclierfng
that his estate would support hxs chil
dren. He was mbtaken. Continued
hard thnes caused increased deprtsioB.
and the mansion and the estate merely
paid the debts which hung over them.
Martha Jefferson, his daughter, lost ker
home, and prepared to teach school,
but the leg&iatures of South Carolina
and Locisfana each voted her $10,000,
and thb caabled her to die la comfort.
Jefferson's oolr surviving rrasddaagh
tei Mrs. MScklehaa, vtt ta poverty ia
Gcorrdowu. and connreaa haa ralosed
j-. -:. u-
1 I have before roe a newsnaser of 1326.
'jpaMished juston month alter Je$r-
soa ccaia. ji coniain an navernae-
1 tnent of tne sale of MoatSceQo kv lot-.
tery ia 1820. aad represent it na valued
at$7I,00, ShndweU MOU, another
estate of Jefferson, hi valned t $30,00"?.
and the Albemarle estate nt &0.
making a total of three prize worth
$112,500. Tbe ticket are $10 each.
and there are 11.477 Hank.
President Madison lefl some nrossertr
nt the tone of his death, hex ki. wisW,
tee sMerjcm voiit. nraa lor e
npes'tbe bread and
hrna eid sccto aervsevt.
het days were saade eeey eely ar een
iprshsrriog from her tor $sV,00$ nhe
anasnecrtMseeeeof Dse senate of tee
cosetrtntiesnl eoavenUes wUes
son had taken.
hi NswrTork. nsd it
vesn nefore ha aedr
sass. ws ?
tfresBcnt onlv about
cntervd tbe lower hottae of cS(pwt.
After about sixteoa years of at nits
there, he did in the capital la 1$9.
claiming: "This U the end of tsftn; I
ana content." John Qwiacv Adaaaj aV
csraiulated propertv. aad tVa aoSMf nt
which W lived in Waahington is now
worth al least $90,000. and waa ttatU s
few vrars ago ia the hands el Ida &.
acendaata. Ilia family U weithy. nssf
Cbarlee trascla AUawa la a railroad ns-
, Andrew Jackson gained nothlag (n
wealth frora hh while house salary. It
cost him. hesayt, avery oral of'h k
pay his eipcBsea, and the moat of thf
proccetU of his cotton crop in addilka.
Ha returned from Waaninrton at WW
cloee of his ssvot! term with jwf $90
in his pocket, to find his farm goinr to
ruin and himself so deeply la debt that ,
he hai to sell part nf hie lanJa to get
out. The paalo of !S37 dl4 aot anVct
him, but In ItHS ha heeaaia isvoUfst
through the dob: of aria adopted
son, aud he hsd to lorrow $tO,0U
from Frank Blair. Congraaa rwlievssf
him somewhat during hi latter jwara
bv refunding Hte ine of $1,000 wale
ho had paid in New Orleans la 11,
and this with the interest amounted. In
IS 13, I think, to $?,700. Still, at tiw
time of Jackson's death he owed morw
than $16.0U0. and now his heirs hold
only a life estate la the Hermitage by
an act of the Tennessee legislature.
Martin Van Burvn rUred fnim thn
whit hou wealthy and ambitloua. Iks
ran for a second t f'n aad waa defeased.
Hu was a caudid-tte for aontiiiatioR
when Tolk was nominated at Baltimore
four ear later, and in 1943 he accept
ed a nomination aa the "Kr Soil" can
didate for the prenldeney and received
500,000 votes. Van Burvn wm a clos,
cautious, nioney..ikitijf fellow. If
got gool law feee, and began to learn
economy while saving enough aa s
young man to get married. At his es
tate at Llndcuwald. where he ltvtd dur
ing his lastj ears, he waa surrounded
with books and comforts, and be left s
manuscript on political parties in tho
United States which hU son published
in 1S67, five years alter his falher'a
President Harrison owned n farm in
Ohio when he was inaugural! prwal-.
dent. It is safe to say he waa poor, for
ho had Imhju lately doing the drudgery
of the clerk of tho courts at Cincinnati.
President Tyler supplied ranch of thef
money which ran the white house oat of
his own pocket, ami congress would not
pay the salary of his private secretary.
He. like Vau'Buren, was not satisAedl
to learn politics at tho close of his terns
and he died in 1"M. while serving na
member of the confederate conjrresa.
Moderately wealthy while here at Wash
ington, he' left little to his children, and
one of his sons is now a clerk in tbe
treasury department at Washington.
Zach'TavW waa by no means Wealthy
when he died m the white house, Jawe
K. Polk left a big house and enough to
keep his widow, and Millard Fillmore,
who started life as n wool-carder, sHsd
ten Team ago. with enough of an eataU
la Buffalo to create a lawsuit over tne)
sanitv of his second wife. He toe,
like Grant, a foreign tour nt the end nf
his term, and waa n presidential een4i
date in lttf as a leader of the know
nothing. Jamee Buchanan did not
leave such an eatatn aa enables! Harries
Lane to keep Wneatlands, aad witnls
the paet year it has been advertised for
sale. Buchanan spent nil his salary an
presideat while la Washington, and
what be had left after paying his white
house expense he gave in charity. He
did not attempt to enter pelitien again
and he died an unappreciated and die-'
Abraham Lincoln died poor, and k
waa due to congrese that his family was
provided for. Andrew Johnson wen
back to his house at Greenville, Tens.
where he had started life aa s toiler,
but he continued to take part In peUtles
until hi death, in 187$. Jnet nefore nif
death he had been- elected agaia is
Uaited States senator, nted be seek k
eat on the 5th of March. 1675. nt Ins
special seesion convened ny CJcs. GrtfstV.
u oiea ny a stroke or paralysis,
left no fortune behind.
Of the other president Grant i
attic are agitating the eonatnr to-day.
and Garfield a family U wealthy out
through tiie voluntary mbaoriptioae of
the people. Truly, a Sidney Ssftlth
need to say, There U nothing as st
peative as glory."
The season of beby'a meal should
be household habit by the time he ia
allowed to partake of cooked food. Do
not blunt the seat which he osrht to
bring to the cxTSstinanilos nf rernlar rsv
tions br intervening aihWeaaeni knhe.
He will learn te esneet ae! sleeesd
npos these, nsd be dhKOSiesried when
they nre withhehl. The frnctlee ef as
neashsg him when reetlem, from what
arerensse, hy thnsttinf s eracker. s
Horn of breed, er. worse vet, a "kssek"
of fnbrend or s 'ceoky" hte his
kt.nd i dbeowstesanced hy wise meth
ers. He hesmenr hi face aad slufhee,
drop crvmh en the carpet nsd nasses
s oontmnei wast for hismseht. Wses
the hosr eomes tor seedtof . gfre Isismhsf
esastnen of proper food, yroserly eee
nsred. Let him eat k 1 iMamiy. and as
aoosahehi oW assssgn te set at s
tssse serve hia naeal asetrv hi ntata, eee
or tancsr. set on n sent slees. stt sjsvs
soos, shins sad finger nasals kid hi
order. These are set nrile.
Aanericns nresl4 avessnmat, diss
i anw nas need s(
ye em Tnsk Wans in" wsnia he U
The Anasriraa ia
ays George W.
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