The Red Cloud chief. (Red Cloud, Webster Co., Neb.) 1873-1923, October 23, 1885, Image 4

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Fill DA V. OCTOBEK L'.OSSo. F
The Helmet's atUiek on J. L. Milhr,
rounly coninussioner.w unwarrantable
and .'.ij:t. Mr. Miller U a jooi
public officer, ami of all tli:t line ben
said of him this much can not be
denied, "that he id Jearhvi in "the ad
ministration of county busi nci.'
There i? certainly no just reason for
tins Ifi'lnict's vicious and utiiiiuuly at
tcl: simply berause the genilenuin
tht!-r.s with him in w.Htics. We re
Horry ih-ii, our dimocr.ttic2contriijM.r
:iry finds it neceary to f;ehtile himself
as !i journal. H to such a decree as to
unte into pergonal ppite wiiun critkia
ing a public oflicer d record.
MrKfijjhan is the people's candidate
honest, intelligent and worthy. Hel
met. "How sir" you" peopIeV candidate!
Mr. Ms'.Koighan is tl - absolute nomin
af the dnaocmlic. jnzrty of Webster
county, anil hence must be a democrat
then fore has :o clsiims on the repub
lican parly iVr support in auy maimer
and can not po-e as si people'- candi
date as the ilclmet would like to make
ou. The republican jsuty have ik
Iisirtiuulsir de.-ire to elect democrats to
i.lfico ami hence will pupi.ort Mr.
Sweezy, the compeer of Mr McKeih.m
in every rt.-pect.
The Nebraska it Kansas Farm Loan
Co. have plenty of money to loan.
Mo.virr! Money! Money! Call on
W r Uvcrnian lor"yourfsiiiii loans.
Crsinbeirics at Hacker's.
liuekwheat Hour and maple syrup at
IfackerV.
1J. F. Mii:u, the Opera House
jjrocer, U omj; to reduce his stock to
make room for new goods, so call ami
sec him if you want bargains in
quecnsw.ue, pioccrif,s, provisions, etc.
His motto: "Fir.-L-chi-s jooils, moieof
them, smd at lower prices than any
ither Iiou?e in Red Cloud."
runci.AMATio.v to the peojle of Ited
Cloud and vicinity. All persons pur
:hasin goods of Wright tfc Wallsicc
will sjvo money.
Foil Sam: A i;ond house and lot in
HOulh-wcsl part of town. Inquire of
M. S. ?i!arh.
Itf
!i.m:k!);an hoo for ladies in cndle.
quantities at Mrs Xcwhousie's. 4-1 tf
Vioi.:.v, banjo sun! guitar strings at
Wiiht.t Wallaces.
Lai.i:k liiwof gloves at Mrs New
house's. Csd! sidd .-ee them. 44 tl
Hikmonk'as ami sill .-mall nitisica
goods at Wright fc Wallace's,
(rF.v.your'chsittel loans ol Fred H.
Hentley. Kcd Cloud.
A hsrge inv'iice of fresh paint5 ju-t
received wliich will be sold at bottom
prices sit Fcrg'tMin V fo.
Go to the riatt A Frees Lumber C
when ou want coal, lumber, lath
shingles, tfcc, at prices that will pay
you to buy.
iijLojrrn:i".s for hi ruber, coal.
building material-, fci is at)thu 1'lsitt
r Frees Lumber Co., lied Cloud. You
can uct bargans.
Ni:w goods ju-st from the manufac
turer, consisting of everything usually
kept in a llrst class ding s'ore-
I'KKCUSON fc Co.
Tmk riatt it Frees Lumber Co., arc
giving bagans in all kinds of lumber.
loors. sashes, blinds, tc.
Money to loan on chattel mortgage
V. II. Hr.n:Y. Ked Cloud."
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Now is the tin.e t buv in you
winier coal. I ?ti -i you do so csill on
t'ue I'latt "c Free- lumber company,
east Webster -!rcet.
Ladiks will plc-.-e not read the lo
loving article:
Aijiuaail?: Jioqi
e; .viAvof pin: oqoje.w oinj "uijiisd
-oj osjv 'o":tP:. TlJAV Jy ui
ipsa aj ?un:'.n:q jo jus oij 10:0 no.v 'v.
pK.)i oi n'..op opidu uodisd oqj u.ini oj
a'iisouik) qr.nouo aouiAO jou jji.u torpi;
oqi .vaiii" an v :ticiud)ujw it
Vtoi.i.v trimmings at Wrig'nt it Wsil-
laee s.
MiZKt:, the Opera Hou-e grocer sells
more goods for ouo dollar than! any
other hoie in the city of Ked Cloud,
or Webster county.
Ik you are in need of boots or shoes
j) to the Golden Ksisrie. :ud vou can
fsivo from 1U to '20 per cent, and get the
the celebrated Selz make.
Corn a:icl Onta "Wanted.
Ludlow it Son wiil t-rke corn and
oals in c.vohange for biuk. All per
tuns wishing to make tho exohang-s
will call on ihcm at their yards north
of led Cloud. Ttf
For Salo.
SO acre university lease, nine mile5
from Kcd Cloud, north-east. Good
frame house. lble and hop: lot; 25
acres under cultivation. Only 15 fed
to water. Price $400- Time will be
given on $200. Address,
H. 13 Bri'kvkek,
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Ked Cloud. .Nebraska.
Wool Wanted.
The highest market price in cash
paid for wool by D. M. Flatt
Waited
We have a good assortment of fine
buggies and spring wagons in stock.
We think.we can please you.
SrAXoGLE'st SoX.
A young woman resruen: oi i;auVb,
N. 11., is now rapidly recovering from
a singular illmss. Over a year ago she
nad several teeth extracted by a dentist
whilo under the influence of chloroform,
and immediately afterward, she was
seized with a bad cough ami gradually
wasted and took her bed, as it was sup
posed. in consumption. Several physi
cians examined her case. one. of wmm
attributed her illness ir -a ulcer in the
throat and gave her a remedy. Tho
inedicnio resultedn a severe paroxysm
of coughiugj-fhrring whicir she threw
out a toorh tt Trad lodged in her
lh?oat whrlitf"iwrj-Iorofornieir and
remained, libS&j&w&gp her 'rfr Kf ;
Karly KstKlfsh Atrr'culturo,
Kothinjr is more characteristic of the
infancy of frnn'mz than the violence of
its alternation. When roots ami jrratv
e- were unknown there was no middle
cour.-e between iucesant cropping and
barr-unesi. The fallow was "un verit
able Dimanche accorde a la terre."' As
with tho land, ?o with its product.
Feasting trod on the heels of famiae.
In the graj)hic laniuage of ancient
chroniclers, parents in 1J70 ate :h-:r
own cliildroa wuen wheat roe to '.Wh.
a quarter at the jir-i-eut valiruof money.
Xei pi in monastic irrane- uoqi:.iaity
of grain ws stored: a coru tie: !t wsi;
the "c.prt hrjimi:u" of the bgislatHre.
Few r nn-mtrjivd to eat wits.m tlir
tether or to spare at the brink and nut
at the bottom.
In August, I?,?, wheat was Ms. a
quarter; ju .eptembtr following; it fell
to fi.-. h!. LquaHy variable were the
employments of ag-nculttire. Months
of ind'd'-nce pas-d suildi-nly into in
tense labor. 'llsirvifttiijg in the Middle
AL'ea meant the return of pb-nty. On
L'.VJ acres in butl'olk. toward tho c!ov;
of tiie fourteenth century, were grown
wheat, oat-, pea.-. btil-.-y, and bolo
uiori;;, a mixture of jjeru, ,r tares mid
i)M-i. 'J he crops were cut and hou-ed
!i two da-. On the 2ir-t da; appes-.reil
oO teii.'iM-i to pi rforrn their 'bederepe.-i,'
and L't I n-apers. On the second the 50
tenants arid ".'jy reaper-, niteher.-. ano
stacker.. Marry of tins a-sembly were
tin- -inah'cr pesi-antry on the manor.
The jv-t wire wandering hands ol
'eoeI.er.-j," or harvester-. A cook,
brewer, and baker were hired to supply
i Miner at !i and suppi r sit ft. J'sirley
lad oat.s, a-j well si- peas and beans
Were generally mown; rye arid wheat
were reaped.
I'ut the harvest, sxs in Kornan times,
coiisi-ted of two operations. The first
iva-, to cut the ears, tin: second to re
move p-irt of the straw for thatching
the re.it of the stubble was either grazi-il.
or burned, or plowed in. The crop.'
were wheat, rye, oat-, barley, bean-,
peas, and, in smaller quantities, lias
and hemp. Of grain cropi. rya was
theehiel; it L- the hardc-t, grows or:
the pooreit sods, makes the touches
-traw. ito w:is then the breadituil of
the peasantry. J t was generally mixed
with wheat Hour. I'read so made wsia
called mr.sliu. Wheat and rw; wre
often sown together. Tiia-er condiinns
the practice, "le.-t re tarry wheat till
it shed us it stand,'" but it prevailed in
Yorkshire in 17l7 as a cure for mildew.
I'y iu-eif wheal was seldom .-own. JLJar
Iey wsis the d.'ink-corii, sis rys the
bread-corn, of the Middle Ages; dra-jjo
was the commonest and best sort for
malting;. Oats were extensively culti
vated in the North, but thty were gray
awned. thin, and poor. Little manure
was used. In iiulu.-ed farms all tho
dung; produced wsis throwu on the "in
field;" the "outfield" wsis neglected.
Horses were scarcely uied in agricul
ture. Oxen cost hs.i, are shod only on
the fore feet, do more on hilly ground;
their gear and Winter keep is less e
pensie; they are "mauues meat whet
Jead, while the horse is carrion. Th.
Quarterly llcvuw.
V.rnc:l .i;;alnst lersfan JSeoejitloni.
When the Secretary (I'.iytrd) told
hlru that, above all other thwr, he
must steer cicar of a public re. eptioa
by the Persians, Jude Hannn. for the
hundredth t.nie. h.nk-d pu.led, r.iul,
for the t!ioiis:iinltii tin" during the
week, saitl to him-clf: "Well. 1'rnd d."
The Si'cretary ''pl:uued:
Several year- ajo, when tho Per.-ian
Mission was er-'attd, :i man named
Henjamin of Ohio was sent out to draw
tho .")(.() per ear and to look after the
mi-siouarie. The Persians were de
Mhted oer the recouition riviu then
by the United State-("uver:iment. To
have a r. id"iit MiuisU'r was magnified
by them into a hili Iu.inr. .Mr. i5en
iatnin was in-t o i;,ide of Teheran and
conducted into the city with all the
pomp and ceremony of u great jiruces
moii. in which there were camels and
elephants and triumphal cars enough
to outfit a score of modern menageries.
Mr. nenjamin was bamjueled and feted
in grand atyle. After a time ho settled
down to the humdrum routine of hear
ing missionaries' stones. One day a
Persian diplomat walked info the Le-ra-
lion otliees. anil with Oriental politeness
presented to the atoui-hed .Minister a
bill for the preet-)iiea .-.ml the enter
tainment given him. The items footed
up over $(5,000. Poor Mr. Henjamin
received the account, and. with forced
composure, told the diplomat it should
receive attention. He got the Legation
together and a.ked for advice. Xobody
could respond. Perhap.- the unfortun
ate Minister wept over the bill. Prob
ably he prayed over it. Undoubtedly
he wished ho had never left Ohio. At
length, in despair, he forwarded to tho
State Department the terrible docu
ment. Tbsro was more consultation
arid liberal abase of the Persian idea of
hospitality The upshot was an appro
priation ft, m the contingent fund, taifr
mg the greater part of it to pay for Mr.
lJenjarmn'- reception. For the rest of
that year the department w as run with
duo regard to the tact that this Persiau
investment necessitated reduction of in
cidental expeuses to the lowest possiblo
figures.
Tiie Secretary told Judge llanna the
whole story, ami, in eoneludin-. saiil ho
trusted that the new Minuter word !
now appreciate ihe imperative nece-.s;ty
of getting into Teheran without an e
cort of elephants and camels, and that
he would, with Jeffersoniau, simplicity,
decline to be made a lion by the Per
sians at the expense of his own Govern
menu HaiAt;.y j;j Vispatc1:.
Boston uvs 12, c D 5"v: !-un5. o!
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This iaetJ!dr-, ccdTs!aig Ircn jr'th rc3
rejn-tiMe tor.Jc. cuickly and ccnpJetely
.urr3 llT?tpi"ai Intlie;tJon, Wmkarvs
Iniparc blDOt iakuriHCtUlb K-ad tn ert
un-l Nfartilcia.
It is an uafiiU-w tcaedr for Diae&sos of tie
rLtt'neyji ftrd IJrcr.
1; is inralaable for "Di?i5cs peot-.'k"" V
V7on.ru, and all vrho Icail Hfticaurv '.e.
I: doc5QOt injure the tttth. cause hesilachcnr
P'lcln'M constipation oiksr Iron medictntsco.
It enriches and j if es t re t!cvl. sttranla es
th cpotlito. aids the as inuTcticn cf Sood. re--cvoa
Heartburn and Bcleiing. cd strength
ens the muscles and nervex.
tsi; Interaitteni Fevers. Luaitnde, Lsxi cl
Enerj". c, it has co equal.
"-Tho penuincnes above trede cark .ind'
crt-'Cl red lines en rapjvr. TaTte no oUjci;
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As the war in IvzW'l has already
:ado gum arable scares and high ic
I price, tho-e who nan- H-aca or nlurc
I tree can make their own niucdapj.
Lu:u:- of gum w li r- found on evert
iree. which, when di--olved in water,
makes a most excellent -ubst.lute. I
nae err iiiiait ab .ummer. and find
it to answer tho purpo-e first-rate. If
this -ana- juice was clantietl, and whde
in tjie jtt state sweetened with pure
sugar and a little spice, it would be
much better to eat than the pernicious
-HitTs that are sold by confectioners as
iTini drop-, and which are, r.c doubt,
made of some amuntl offal, and doc
tored up with chemical-, and which
riioitld Iia.e gone to the glue pot at tho
itart. There have beeu times here,
afur rainy weather, that pounds could
haw been aim. hired.- Sumud Alihcr,
i Jiura liontL
TEST YOUR BAKM POWDER TO-DAY)
Jirnziiit (! rtl ol ai fttrtoSuUiy pnre
COTAI"V y ThT-MCQKTXJV.
THE TEST :
ria-ien.n uplcn 0:1 a l.ilitutp onlll hKxi,tin
rir. xn ttcur iii'l in!l A rtrml'l IM t.v.1 to It
'jUirvJ tolc:cct iiic prtx-Hce or amwioalj.
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DOES NOT CONTAIN AMMONIA.
n3 UnALTllKLLM.iS HIS NEVER H glEhllO.tlP.
In a n.llll in home t r r. uartr :f & cr.rurj It fc-u
THE TEST OF THE OVEH.
PMCE BAKING POWDER CO.,
KtESM or
Dr. Price's Special Flavoring: Extracts,
'U.tttrbfisr.t.notKtlicUai mtd sUrISitr k,4
-Jr. Price's Lupulin Yeast Gorns
For Ll'ht, Uoalthy llrfnil, Thr Hal Dry Ucp
Ytiutln ttto WurlJ.
FOR SALE BY CROCER3.
CHICACO.
6T. LOUIS.
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SPECfAL
RAETS
MOST PERFECT MADE
Pureit rani .stnmi-e.st N'ritiiral Fniit Flavors
Vanilla, l.i uioa. ()nuiKe. Almnml. 'n-e, etc,
llior :vi (It-Iicately nml iiutur.itly :ls the trult.
PRICE BAKING POWDER CO.,
cnrcAoo. st. louis.
Legal Notice
TNT1IF. MATTi-:tt OF Tilt: AlTI I('TIO.V
1 of l. ut M. n.U. aiiinliiisir.itor of iln es
l.ile of I'm kli'.vl't'ti. :!. lcr Iifiie to m SI real
i-st.tlr to pay il-'l'tsef ilfc-jiscil.
!v. ia t i"i" .'' li l.ir f 'si'iitenilier, l.sS. till-
iM.ei.-r -:ti i on fr li .rii' .it rimini-or at iu
t.iieat .Mm i. ll.'rlan .iiit;.. v-'Jira-S. i. am!
h.iMtit .iiii!net tin' i tiiiini ".'iiil it apju-arlii
Jo me tl.t'iviroiti t!i il Uurr is mt sii'hrunt
iH'rMinai esi:it ;n i!i. li 'm'sof th- :iliniu!stni
ior ti jm rhf ilclijs iit!.iiilii.K :e:.ilnst tin
(li''i;iseraiul the evjM-iis. s of ailinii.istr.itlnn.
runt tliut it isni'ti"s;ti in mM lot fil-t fc.
liln- ". awl tt-nilft hi !ih' livin.-i, n Kili'v
awl .1 irk-oii's mtililtoii to thiMMtvof Keil riotiil
W.liti-r rouiitv. rNflr.isv!a. real est.it of
whiili inti 't.iti-iii''l sc icii for ttie panii-iit of
such w'lits. It l-Uii'r'fore on!Ti'il awl tlfreit
eil that all tmiiis int.Tfstfi! it s.tll i st.-ite ap
ix'.'ir brf e meat tiie Mist net mart n"'tu at i'-i!
i '"iiil. Neliraska. on ili- tsth t.i of N"eaitnr.
lv.. at 10 oVIim k a. in . tlat !eint; tiie Hi X. il.i
of W't let hi of iletru't mart, to shmv cause
v.Ji a tiri'iis.' should im he j;ranto!o Iai.! M.
l'l.t 1 1 . administrator ef saiil state, a'lidjtins
tl.eri'for to s. s imii'h ot ahove ilcser Iwil
iv. il fst.ttf as sJmIJ ! iic cs:irj tJ p.iv s,,.!
lfli's ami ';)!':is- I' is fnrtlit r ort!eril .th.vt
a roii of tliis out r 1" pit'lishi'.l foir miii'imu'
vi s in tin i:,m! ion.! nnif. awl a eopv tlu-re
of lie s(....tj on p.iilM- iti'iTi'st i! lu-reiii.
Dated hej!t niber jo. lv".
Wm. a si.iv. Jinjye.
Fka.nk ir. Olmc, Atterncv fur Petitioiicr. 0
Final Proof Notice.
"Liwl or.ic, I. oo:iiiii:toa. Neh.. Oct. 7. l?v"i.
-onci-: IS IIFKIT.Y :iK.N THAT THK
n follow int:-ii.itii 'd M'ttler lin H!"it ntae of
lee i"tentio:i to iii.ike tlii.il proof m support of
Ills claim. am! th it s.ud pn.f will be made be
fore tiie .Imiceor in ln a''srii e tin iwrK dis
tnet eoitrr Wf!HtT i"oiiiit. at It. d Clouil, Neb.,
on Satinla. Nonnbfr iM. !,. j:
KATH!!:iA KIT.Vr.
widow of Joseph Kiil.t.KM.tsrd. on 1IM No
sje, forthestf st stf-J:. tp J. K 2 west. He
names the W.'iiliis wHiipsm to nrue hi ron
Iie.iioiis reiiieaiM iikii. and c'tivatloti of. said
la'ni. m:: .loini iIael..Io!m IVn'.iKv. .To-rph
l"alii-k. Fiank Uarta. all of Hrd Cloud. Nb.M
r I ?. W. sw n zkk. Itfjjister.
Administrator's Salo of Real Es
tate IN ITH'-UVNCK OF AN OIlDFit OF THE
i dKtnit court of the lli .liwiu.il DIstr.et
of Nebraska, held in awl for tie ennit". "f t't
sttr. there w:IUe ot'ensl for vtl a' ptitlicaui-
t.. r... s.t tit.!.., T..t .untwp T9 t ir mm
oVIotk iti th aflrrii.xm tijK.n Hi,, jirem's.- the J
IoJlowini:trs, ni S r.tl est-ite :tuat'' n V.''i- j
?rrrcoii!it. Ntir iS":t. ti-wil: H.e vest of j
tLo sv ot socti'iii iwfiitv two ..". tn township i
one tl north of rni2f twelve tii wtt of :Ii C'h ,
r !.. evfi't ."- .icn-s in thr !H'rta-t rorner
tlnrrvf tfiiiTT-, . Trrras of al 0:11-haJia-"h.ralant"
In two j ears, with interest at
10 pcrct'nt. sfcurvd by mortnse on Hit- pn-ml-fs.
l.'ioi.Ktvyniv.
Administrator of tLv estate of Merrill A. Mjeri
tUcasol.
,1. A. Tcu.F.T". Attonify for Ad a nist rator.
CKS,
CLOCKS
Tho Cheapest at
iWrifflit & Wallace's.
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vdTioIins. Guitars,
Accordions, Etc.
Vright & Wsiiace.
WATCHES
Of tho Dost makes at
Wright & Wallace
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IlavinS moved in
ted by me, on wliich
expense to make it Uue-tinesb store build?
Ing in the vatlej.Jahd having jilted it$
with the largest and best assorted tLocku
o'Clothiiiff, Jfoots,
r t ' Jr i
fcc. in the county. I respectfully invite
AJ;I to give me a call and be convinced
that l.OIV JPJCICJSS and &OCARJE
DUELLING- still continues to be our
f
motto. I thanh all my old patrons for
Ulw-al patronage in tlic past, and hope
il$y( will give me a Itia SliAJtJE of
Uheir trade in the future and it will al-
&.
. nays be my aim to
9
fj Hon,
Respectfully yours
CIIAS. IVIJENJER
oprietor Golden Eagle Clothing Store.
WIENER BLOCK,
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County Surveyor,
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wO-'lera will rvrclve my full antlon. City enKlnetThu a Specialty,
AiirCss box 10, Ketl Cloud 'Nt JraskC Kc-4'ilcnce three mlei can of KM ftuud.
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Proprietors of
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We have in stock growing otic-half mile north of Rod Clouti .-.nii three-fourth.
of a mile eai-lof 'Geiiie Hock, r firn as'ortuient, of fruit, for"t anil orwu
mHBtittil trees, nonerinrihruh.s, vine!-, fverj-rcetis, Ac.
Belirvinj; wefilti do as well by ytn as any firm, wc vory re-)tfJiully a.'k
ur patronage. Wl
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Headquarters for
For Millinery Ladies and children-
farnlsig'anS"l,ancy goods,
all and examine.
REDCLOUD, - - NEBRASKA
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PLUMB U1WS. Props.
BZUCK
Now ready for sale. Consult vour own in
terests and exaninc our work, Jt will
please you. Half Mile eas: of lib
erty pole.
CALL ANDG-ET
BARGAINS AT
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A. COOK,
Red Cloud's Ziclrsiyo Boot and Shoe Dealer.
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