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"ETERNAL VIGILANCE IsTHE PRICE OF LIBERTY," AND $1.80 A YEAR IS THE PRICE OF THE CHIEF. " ? V'fe
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vOL XIII. RED CLOUD WEBSTER COUNTY NEB. FRIDAY, NOVEMBER 27 1885V- NO 47 M
FOUND ! FOUND ! FOXJJJP ! J
THE KEY TO THE" GREAT SECRET.
(a little rusty) but
Union Flannel ioc. Scarlet, all wool, 15c. Heavy scarlet Tvvii led rlannel, 17c. Check wool Linsey 12 1-2 cents. Kcntuck Jeans 12 1
Rcpellant, water proof, 35c. worth double. " Toweling in twill and huck, 4c. per yd. All Linen toweling 5c. Ladies white Merino vests 40c
Ladies Scarlet vest and pants, Cocheneal dye, medicated $1.00. Ladies scarlet vests and pants, lambs wool, very fine, Si. 40. Ladies Dress flannels 45c
Wa have the exclusive sale, for Red Cloud, of the celeorated Beifeld cloaks. They have theSreisutation of being the best fitting garmonts made.
They are made by expert tailors, and made by the largest cloak house in America. Owing to tha warm weather of the
previous two weeks we have piled up more cloaks than we wish to carry, so in order to reduce the large stock for the
next two weeks, We will give you especial prices in fact lower than you may ever expect to see again.
Come aud see us We can save you money, as we underbuy and can consequently undersell.
DUCKEB'S CASH HOUSE.
The only Exclusive dry goods house in the Republican valley. RED CLOUD, NEBRASKA.
RED CLOUD CHIEF
IIVKKY FKIIMY BY
A. C. HQSMER.
1 S0. I. STANSER,
H H1CK8 - 'NEBRASKA
EN RY ANDERSON,
Orders left nt tho Almlnicl oflicc will
rocuivc prompt attention.
BED CLOUD -
j W.TULLEYS, M.D.,
U. S. Examining Surpcon.
OrriCK OppoMto First Niitional
Hank Red Cloud.
JJU. L. K. BECK",
PIIYSIOFAN AND SURGEON,
RED CLOUD. - NEBRASKA
OrriCK Over Honrv Cook's drrn
j-to re. IVofeioiml calls attended day
Q E. McKEEBY, M. D..
PHYSICIAN AND SURGEON,
OrrwiL. I'lr"' Iim-MM of Cook's ilrtijr stom
)Qlruhour fmiuutu ti!h. ui., : to 4. mill? to
Km. K'Ni.Unce J Mix-ks wot of court oue
iKDn.OL'l). - - - NKBKASKA
PIIYSICIAX AND SURGEON,
Red Cloud, Nebraska.
vrrtCK: Over then siofflre.
riiYMCIAN .t SURGEON,
R5D CLOUD, - ' NEBRASKA.
Ofkici: Over Cook'a drnir utore.
Culls promptly attended to day or
)R. C. SCHENCK.
f THYSCIAN AND SURGEON,
rroftssion.il calls promptly attended
Office: At residence Oowles. S-5I
QILHAM & RICHARDS,
Red Cloud. Nebraska.
In Smith Bros, law office.
5 Y. Kaixy: J. L. Kalky
A TTORXEYS AT LAW.
RED CLOUD. NEB.
Agents for the B. & M. R. R. Lands
pRANE R. GUMP,
ATTORNEY T LAW,
R& CLOUD, - - NEB
OVfic Over the Tost Office.
Saase & McNeny,
ATTORNEYS AM) roiSEUORS AT LAW
WiH practleo In all courts of this state
rl Im-i tans :ts well :n Ilttuated business carvful-
y atid efticlcntly tteudeU to. Abstracts f uruish-
io oo jiiJjmcuuoM.
OFFirK. uver first Aaiionai iuuik, xea
rILX P. OVERMAN,
"iTTORXEr AT LAWJ
3D CLOUD,, - - NEBRASKA
f Orncc Ortr Feiguson Co's drug
RaltactiMM MWHptiy atteaJa t a4 cartes
will be useful to
and we have bargains for
ONE AND ALL
In Clothing, Hats, Caps, Boots, Shoes and Groceries.
NEW GOODS CONSTANTLY ARRIVING.
ED. GILFORD. Cowles, JYeb.,
With High Prices At
PEOPLE'S LUMBER COMPANY
OF COWLES NEBRASKA.
Nebraska Lumber Co
-DE ILERS iJV-
LUMBER, LATH, SHINGLES; SASH, DOORS. BLINDS &C.
RED CLOUD - NEBRASKA
DRY LUMBER A SPECIALTY, THE BEST IN THE mARKET.'AND
SOLD AT TI1E LOW JBST jltICEft.
Furniture and Fancy Ifclion Bazar.
Parties wibhioff Furniture will st
before purchasing nimwfcti
NEW GOODS 4NB.NDTI0MS
Arriving ovoryday. In connection with, my furniture I have a large
supply of all kinds of notions with
Prices to suit
Such asTinware, Soaps, Glassware, Towels, Bandksrohisni Ac,
will be soldcnoaper than at any piaos n Red Coud.
Wlmit & Wpbb8 o,
COAL IUMBER ETC.
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the people, the knife to cut prices, we have always possessed. Please notice,the following:
Prints at such a low price that it would be hard to find
mooejr y examfcifng BJ- ffooda
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Etc., Etc. Etc.
t !l hours
E.B. Jfoo.-. Prct't J.L.SItQer.vrr
John Moore. Cubitr
First National Bank
RED CLOUD. NEBJ
Cspitel. - 75,000.
fraataet a ffcaeru bxtk:bc bame. bay n4
1. Mil Caty Tinuu. Alo Cat7. Pr-
act mA Sckwet Dutriet a adi.
.. Moor. Jaba JVeor.
C. M Mfcar. S C Oataalt
V II RiaaaH
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I while it j not :rirobabie --is,: w
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tC wW. "e" : mV, V jpwkat.prored ralnaSle adjanctsof aearfy
r4-Ti L ;;.-t J aeu folIow" wiwy pedHioa that tartrate il
pnwuce that entails gr; a tfnentia ptJil tsBeaii.
11 ones Jiaythat goe .ato tac.R. m- - f.y F .. fc
worth five hundreds-dollars accordii LTMnrikTZmiZJS.
to the estimate made, such a man p lMSSlS!SSZ
one hundred and twenty-five: dollar trib-TwlUaaldia .TrS
year for the privily of stackinr E yTl TZTluSiTl TIL TrTfrS
if besides this the hay b fedt t ZZ?$?t J?SgJ!! .SJ?
stack, the loss above lluded to i ti !t Slthr ?rU Z 15SS
a small part of the enure Jcs. It cojSi1
no less than an incresc of one-third CkiS-aS cwl uJ. JTaT
teo fi if n;n..i. t -.i i watte aaaa sneea Mvcsu Mai sjanw
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cients for more barn rooaa Csuisf
The Red Cloud Chief
FRIDAY. NOVEMBEU 27. 18S.r.
THE LAM) OF THE BLACKS.
IncldrnU of Travel Amnnr Wild Trlbc
la Africa Whit Men Invited to
Marry Xattve, Wnmtn.
When nn Africnn cliirf travels ha
t:ikf-.H the whole or n part of his hotue
tiolt! with him. Tho simplo alwripine..
Jiorefon. nro apt to look upon the soli
tary white traveler who wanriora
through their country without a jmglo
wife in his train a sinpiriotw character,
l'hey :if' quite sure he neoils clopo
w.Mtrhing to prevent his running oil
with some of the females of tho tribe.
Dr. Harth, the explorer, said, after liv
ing five years in Africa, that it would
bo better for u traveler in thoo regions
to take his wife with him. if pos-iible.
lie said the native ivouh! respect him
more, and he would get along better.
They had nothing to object to rac," he
wrote, "except my being a bachelor."
If the traveler haa no wife tho uativo
chiefs as a rule, arc not backward
nlHut offering to supply tho deficiency.
N arly all the explorers have had nrao
annoying experiences with kings who
wire anxious to hao thorn settle down,
marry into the royal family, and grow
up with tho country. Soma traveler!
have felt compelled to loavo very abrupt
ly in order to cscapo tho attentions of
women who determined to detain them
as their husbands.
Dr. Huehner. the German traveler,
vho lived fur six months at the caji.tul
of the muata yanva about tivo ycara
ago, was very much dUtrc-d by tho
deep interest with which he had unwit
tingly inspired the fcUter of that central
African potentate. He describes her as
a middle-aged and remarkably tmpre
ooseving iHirson of great avoirduois.
She insisted Uiat Huchncr tako her for
his wife and Kettle down comfortably aa
the joint proprietor of her extensive
nerds and Ileitis, bho importuned him
so frequently that ho was glad to escape j
uer at last by quitting the country
One of the daughters of tho king of
the Ambuellas. near the Zambfs river,
fell desperately in love with Serpa I'into,
the Portuguese explorer, who returned
to Africa a few months ago. Her elder
inter. v ho ably abetted her matrimon
11 designs, was very indignaut when
riato relUMXl u marrv the
She wanted to know, the ahrillest ol
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tones, if there were any prettier women
in the country ho came from, and what l
ort or & man he was nnvnow. Tha " endure the climate they had nothing to
harp-wittl wife of one of Pinto's por- fear from tho aborigine.. Mrae. Tiniw
ten beard the row and entered tho hut j is perhaps the only white female travcl
Assoming an air of great indignation, J er in Africa who h'as ben killed. She
he told tfcIr royal highnces that1 wandered in safety among the blacks of
Pinto wm her bosbasd, and they had the HpeT Nile, but fell a victim at lat
better let kits alone. She bundled ' to Mohammedan fanaticism. TrareJerf
therm oat of the fcnt, and Pin: and his jy they would often be unable to make
parry left early next morning to avoid t tny progress whatever among the ramrt
any further complications. In the jc savage tribes if ihev were aot able to
ture rinto g book coatains of the us-
latuated young wotnaa aae appears t
be qwite a fine specimea of aa Afrieaa
Kxnlorers havo learned br ernerieace
that it is best to rwrrait their Dorters to
take their women along wit a them, eTea
If their journey is to be thousands of
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miles in length. When a carrier baa
his wife with hint be is sot likely to ma
away. Besides, tae woaaen carry bar
dens aearly as heavy as those of tha
men. They wash and cook better tha
the aoea, endure fatigao better, carry
their burdens more cheerfmlr, aaS
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At last H'.'CHUBts a miston station wru
about to bo citubliehod iu (Jueeu
The lato King Mtesa, whoo subject)
inhabit tho Ix'aulifui ilnjrta of Lake
Victoria Nan.a, made a uniquo rc
rpouae when a uilMioiiary applied to
him for food supplies two or three years
ago. lie listened iu bileuco to the good
man'a jwtition, ami then ent an at
tendant out into tho street of Ilubaga
with instructions that the tuLiiouary
did not hear. Prc-ently the attendant
returned with a dozen ditmnelsof L'gntk
da in his wako. Tlien his majesty in
fonueil tho ioor miasionary that ho wnt
tired of Ntipplwng him with fixnl. He
bad concluded to present him with these
women as hi.- wives. Tliev wouM tlant
bu garden, prepare hi dinner, aud mi
port him very IiamNoiueh. and
luuo't conic bothering n round tlio
place any more. Mte.ia was very angrj
when the missionary declined to accent
this whoh'.sale matniuouial offer. Ilo
told him to .ihift for hmwlf. and th
ioor fcl'oxf and his comrades wculd
doubtleAn have had to ileo from Urn
country if MtrsaH envoi to England
hailn't oppoituneh returned with uch
wonderful jtrie what they had ecs
thai the politic despot thought it ben to
keep on good terms with tho white..
He restored the uiivdonarie to favor.
Last year all his daughter wen; jwr
mitted to rceeive religious instruction,
and oil'1 of them, who w.-w converted,
now occupie-s as king's sifter a position
of large importance aud iutlueuc
rtong tin Waganda.
On the great interior plateau of Af
rica. wIiom inhabitants aro generally
much superior in mental and moral de
velopment to the coast negro s. the men
exhibit a good deal of aJleclionfor their
women. Livingstone, who usually
fixakM of the Afncan women as '!-
1 dies.'' mab- many allusions to thw
fact, and so lo bchwcjiifurt',, Uurton.
and other explorer. Tlie red-skinned
Nam Nyanw are as noted x the Zulat
for their intelligence and brnvery, but if
any of their women am captured by as
eneim they will mako any ascrilic: and
incur'any disgrac to get them back
again. Tho degraded coast negro,
however, appears to know neither Torn
Dor jealousy, ilr. J. Montoiro, who
ba lived for yean on tho weat coast.
aajs that he never saw a nero thn
manifest the lean tenderness towtvJ
egress, or give or ruccivo any care
that would indicate the slightest loving
regaru on ciine- sujo
It Ls to the cmli; of xh
o native that
the wbtte women who have enter! th
depth of Africa with their miAinonarf
un!3nds have almost invariably it
c;ivcJ kinl treatment. If thev could
eonvtnee the natives that tbrt pocned
rnpernatural power. A few conjarera"
rnau wui ortcn opea the way aaaoaf
the savage, who would fight th" ex
plorer if they did not think be could be
witch them alL Youcc Thomson, who
ttvM i ii aa A VwUftt
recently came back from the Sfasai
country, traveled far on his rcpuUtloa
as a mac wno could take his teeth out
( of his mouth, asd put thss beck afaia.
iienaa two false teeth osj a pUtau
When argaoscnt and eatreatj aTsid
aothis he had oaly to do the teeth act
so gat a boat eretyhiag he wasted. A
ekieaeuth of Lake Syaaaa, who had
erer seaa iriaaa.- becaaae the wans
fnesd of a saktioaarr whose watch he
was examiaiez. lie could see the
aasl he thewfht
Mttirchksa hare hcem la tha
habit ef appearing beiore cxp'swrsaad
ieraoaaiiac their soiereka the
atiaefor the pwrpoat ef lyaiag ahxsai-
Africa. Ho nat jlr. re-en xi Uic Tche:
kr great chief, or ImpfjMom. and thai
u both caja it ao wired admlraWf -
mtw 'rk Suit. '
A Felliir Fly -Catcher.
A man who lives not a hundred
Bliles from this ritv htvs a rat that
catches Hies for & living, or live to
catch lllcs. It i a tiger-colored kitten,
alKut threo months old. When a n
porter saw tho animal bounding about
tho room, ho asked what it wa nlmt.
llo'a catching tiles," explained hi
owner. "That n what ho doe tho
whole day. Ho lias oaten nothing elan
Mncu he was weaned. I enn'l tell you
how ho came by tho habit. We have
offered him milk, merit and ollmr
food, but he will not touch it. Ho
catches and eats rw many as i.M) ilie
aomo da s. Thecal becomes very ex-
ejted oer hi work, and will pring
uituii n chair or onto a window
imlow H" a
U right Jfc
flv. He invarlablv us hi
aud rarclv mUm-i hi nlm
Ehc tnoit imporunt discovery in Ilo
ono that bnngi tho moil good to th
greatest number. f)r hTing's New Du
covory for consumption coughs colds,
will yreservo tho health and fiave lift.,
and is w poicclcM boon to the aiiltctcd
Xot only doc 'it curd consumption,
huh couicha. ooMs, broriihiu's, aaUinia
end all affection of tho throat an. I
lutifp, yield at once 'to it wonderful
curative powers. If you doudl tin got
tn.il lfttld free at Henry Goks, drug
An End to Dond ScsmpUur.
Ilward hhepherd of If arrisburg III.
'ays " Having rcceivul o much Uu.
eflt from Electric Hitters I fel tit my
duty to let suffering numanity know it
Have had a running soro on my leg
for eight years; my doctor Id I
would have to have tho Umc crapel
or lx amputate! I uvl instead thrw
lotilr. of Klcctric Hittem "and ncrttt
boxes Uockten.a Arnica 5lvo an J my
leg is now weii." Hrctric Ui iters aro
old at f)c. a bottlo and Bucklca'e Ar
uica salve 25r jer lx by Uxuy Ook.
Spcsfcing of cbiMren Umg troubled
with ctoup. Mr 0. It Harden, dtnz
gist, Panom. Iowa, sayi ' I have uod
Chamberlain's cough remedy m tho
treatment of croap In ray fantilj for
the pist three or fotir yean and havo
invariably had satisfactory result from
iim ronisira;ion. I cOTvnilr jt
ceruin and speedy cure for thl fdang
erous disease." Hold by all druUu.
ChamberUin' cough xrinedy doe
not dry up a cold, but looena and re
lieve it. It aid expectoration, oten
tha aecretiooa and frees the system of
the poison of a cold. Iu soothiac
bealinc and streofthecinf powers
have won for it he till f the b:
ade. JZrmrr one who tan it un U
rood Bsedidne. &M by all dmg&g.
Watch for it! The sVat symptom of
tme eroop it roneneai, ad iCbajn
terlaia'a cosss; resaedy m fraeJyjpvm
aiosce,adth doaea frsaesstly re
peated, the dread sflitase aaar tirtlr
i prevacttsl and all
ety avoided. SoMhyali
iMtts AtUhoroa day
aa taa aware aattiia i
safe- ia th. hassaa.
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