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FRIDAY. APKIL 2, 1886.
""Mexican retcr" is. oinetliinj of a
celebrity in his native county. He won
his sobriquet, if not his laurels, when
serving as body-servant to his young
master, 4,Marse John," during the Mex
ican war. Jsow our hero it not free
from some of the failings of hh race,
and the shrines of pious Mexicans, with
their gold and silver ornaments, did
prove a most special pitfall and tempta
tion to poor Peter, In vain did "Mane
John'' instill into the African mind
lessons of higher morality, with a
wholesome blending of the terrors of the
law when coining in the garb of strict
militarv discipline; the fact remained
the .same: in the time of temptation
Peter had to" he closely watched. When
the war was over, "Mar.-e John" went
on to Washington, and Peter was sent
home to "ole marster." For a few
frhort hours after his home-coming he
stepped a hero, -with many tales of the
marvellous to tell. Having some sus
picion of how matters stood, "ole mars
ter," with a sly twinkle, said, "Now,
Peter, what did 3-ou bring back from
your travels to show us?"
This w:s touching a lender spot, and
Peter's countenance f'll as he said, "I
'clare, ole marster, Mars John didn't
hab no conscience 'bout dat thing at
all. Much as dar waz to irit. all I could
fctch home wuz wun lil sslbcr gord"
displaying with a mixture of pride and
.jneiancholy a little image of some saint
.thaL might or might not have been of
it he precious metal.
Time rolled on, and the proclamation
Emancipated Peter from "Marsc John's"
conscience Cor want of conscience), and
at various and sundry times he profited
Tjy ms ii Deny 01 acuon, auu uuajiy
found himself in limbo for unlawfully
Cosscssing himself of a neighbor's tur
eyand was tried in the court where
"Marse John" was a practicing attor
ney, and "Marse Peyton," another
member of the family, the grave and
dignificd judge. The evidence was
overpowering, and to plead "not guilty"
impossible, so Peter could only request
to be "lowed to spiam how ue cot in
xde trouble." Anticipating a treat, the
n quest was granted, and solemnly the
Uourt awaited tne defense. .NotTnui
out a certain dignity, the old man
arose, ana the explanation began:
"Geutmun, I won't say I 'aint got into
dis trouble, 'cause I sholy is, and hit
troubling me 'nough; but in jestice I
inns' tl how it all cum upon me. Fust,
sum blame la' at do door ob Marse
John, lid good man, good as gole; but
he wnn eontracktcd, not say wan stingy,
farmer. lie got de ole thrashin-machuie
he had 'fort ue war, what leave mos' ob
de wheat in de straw, and dat fack
'lice ole Mis' Simpkins's tuckeys to cam
dar, an' scratch in de straw an' eat
Now dcy come dar an' do dat so long
tell dcy -jes shine, and, gcnUnun, when
a tuckcy shine, lie fat, an' I look at
dem shining tuckeys m long tell I 'gin
to feel niorfly bound to have one, air I
got one. Now dat's do fust reason, 4iut
chieilicst dls trouble come to me 'cause
ole .Mr, Simpkins wa'n't no gentmun.
Eflhad been dealing wid a gentmun
things ud 'a bin diil'uut; but he 4vuz
pore white folks, an' ez I only knowed
tie ways of gentmun, 1 wa'n't no match
for him. I docs know a gentmun.
Didn't me an' Marsc "John here an
Marso Peyton dar all come out do same
estate, and who ever fetch de word dcy
wa'n't gentmun? Well, mo an' do olo
'pnian an' de chillun hail jes dun cat
. dat tuckcy, an', to abe de scand'l ob
de thing, i had pit all de feathers an'
bones m do Dutch r en my Dutch
oven Mis' Sallv gib iuo when I hear
somebody knoclc aL dfdoor. I went to
tlu door an' dar &ian ole Mr. Simp
kins! Now somo joor white folks is
wns dan p'inter dogs, dcy so eersomc.
JSlv. Simpkins come in; he look round,
an' walk straight to my Dutch oven
Mis' Sally gib me, lie peep in: he find
ftle featlrs an bones, imli urn all out,
an jes mil most outlandish: uz am a
gentmun? Now do CoU knows all, an'
I couldn't set hero quiet tell dey did."
It is needless lo s:y the ndin of the
"Cote" was not very severe. Editor's
Drawer, Harjictl&iUigttzinc for Feb
AdtlS T krl.
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all. she certainly becomes more
of judging what would make her
than when vouncor. Mow maur
of 20 would -think of iBarrvros the
they would gladly have married- at
Al ski a woman woo is. sotBcwnai
ident and not over-anxions to
ch harder to please and more care-
utfr cnoico man one ai -zu. a uere
.. reason for this. Her mind is
U with tier vcars andsbe now
'bevond mere appearancee'ui
ir men. Mic is apt to skutBia
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"Did it ever occur to you." said a
well-known local pianist who spends
considerable time in thought "that
human muscles have a memory of their
own, and that they perform their -functions
without special orders from the
mind at times?
"Well, yes," replied the writer, as he
sat Iown"at the piano and unconscious
ly began exercising his muscles on the
keys. "I don't suppose a Hungarian
working in de titch' gives his arms
special orders how to manipulate a
spade when he'euts oct a lump of terra
"That's a very primitive illustration,"
resumed the other, at the same time
closing the piano, locking it and put
ting the kev in his pocket, "and if you
had trained your mind to pick out ex
amples supporting arguments in a dis
cussion you would have dropped upon a
much better one. For I assume that
3ou are capable of understanding that
when you follow vour calling you would
make a dismal failure if you had to in
ternipt the working of your mind each
moment to tell yourfinger3 how to make
a letter. You must be aware of the fact
that all you have to do in writing an
article is to allow your thoughts full
scope, and your fingers will put down
the words," spelling and all correct
without instructions from the brain.
"When the human muscles perform
their functions independently of the
mind," he continued after a pause,
"scientists call the action 'instinct'
Whether that is proper or not, I can't
say, but it gives us reason to believe
that man has more than one advantage
above animals. Philosophers hold that
the only advantage 6 the reasoning
power, but here we see a faculty of 'ac
quiring instinct' which no animal pos
sesses. "But even writing is not an illustra
tion of the highest order in application
to this subject Not only myself, but
every musician, can tell yon that in me
morizing pieces the fingers do it alL It
would be a very difficult feat to remem
ber all the notes in a piece of musicand
some musical people rely so certainly
on their fingers for the mechanical part
of their playing that when they happen
to think of the music in the midst of a
performance they become lervoos and,
the chances are, break down. I will go
still farther than that I learned a dif
ficult piece of music eight years ago,
lost the music and did not see a piece
for two years. I then resumed playing,
but had forgotten all about the piece,
when one evening, while I was amusing
myself at the pinno, in the dark, my fin
gers happened to strike the chord of
that piece. Then theystarted in, and
while I was thinking of die scenes sur
rounding the spot where I had learned
that piece they played it, expression and
alL I can now pall down the curtains
of this room, bhndfdld my eyes, cany
on a conversation with yoo on any sub
ject and guarantee that my fingers will
play that piece with all the expression
implied in its tones. This seems a re
markable fact but there are few good
musicians who will not agree to do the
same." Pittsburg Telegraph.
History of the Bicycle.
In the year of 1816, says the Philadel
phia Record, Baron voir'Drais construct
ed a curious vehicle, consisting of two
wheels of equal size, placed one in front
of the other, and connected by a bar on
which was a small seat The rider sat
astride the bar and propelled the vehicle
by striking his feet against the ground.
The machine, very simple in mechan
ism, was named the Draisine, and was
the progenitor of tho modern bicycle.
In 1818 his contrivance was introduced
to,use in England, and the year follow
ing made its appearance in New York,
Philadelphia and Boston, and was for a
time quite popular. In 18G3 a French
man applied cranks to the fore wheels
of the Draisine, having discovered that
a certain speed would maintain the
equilibrium of tho two-wheeler, and in
1866 further improvements were effected,
the now machine being introduced in
New York. It received little or no at
tention until 1878, when a sudden popu
larity honored it-and everybody began
to use it This continued something
more than a year, when-it was as sum
marily abandoned as it had been en
thusiastically taken up. Some English
mechanics continued to work upon tho
plan, however, and in 1876 the first im
proved bicycle was imported aad put on
exhibition at oar centennial fair. In
1878 the first American company for
the manufacturexf bicycles was orjraa-
iaed, and thti ralSc m these articles J
has sincp-increased so steadily that no
lea Juan 6,000 were manufactured and
sold in, this country Jast year, and it
was estimated that thre were then 30,
000 in use in the United States, exclusive
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Nebculca happily escaped thoe aril
ad ati-bellMEa strifes that stained the
toll of " bleeding Ka&sV so red vitk
blood, thay Uke the hxnd of Macbeth, U
might, u the multitudinous sets incaraa
diae, making the green one red." The
history of the titer State lias been one of
peace and prosperity, and her annaU coa
taia no rich records of violence and crime
aa in earlier dars gaTe an unenviable no
toriety to the land for which pro-slavery
and anti-slavery men contended. Though
next to the baby State, Colorado, in point
of age, having only been admitted to the
Union in 1867, Nebraska has already out
stripped in population many of the older
dates, and if the next ceniua returns doa't
require seven figures to show the number
of her inhabitants he will be as disap
pointed as was St. Louis when Chicag
took a big jump ahead of her and crossed
the half million line.
After all, however, the greataess of
Elate or city does not consist in the num
ber of her resident buiin her enterprise aad
intelligence, and Nebraska stands this test
also. She claims as thrifty and brainy a
population as any State possesses, and
some recent evidences of popular feeling
upon certain important issues of the day
tend to support this view. New ideas
have been heartily welcomed and sserit
has received its due. This will help to
explain why Athlopaoros, which has beea
so successful as a cure for rheumatism aad
neuralgia in saore Eastern States, is bow
meeting with such favor as it makes its
way Westward over the prairies.
if ilea Finlan, of Tuckersville, Neb., sayr
" After using two bottles of Atalophoros
I was enabled to rise from my bed, to
which I had been confined for four months.
I hare not had an attack since, and it is
the longest relief I have found from that
dread disease, rheumatism, for niaeteea
years. I still have two bottles left that I
keep ia case I should be agaia attacked."
Frosa Loaf Piae, Brown Co, Keb, csjm
good news ia a letter frosa Mrs. M. A.
Slorfbrd, who says: .
"Two bottles of Atalophoros have al
Mat cured a lady here who was a great
sufferer from rheumatissa. She has beam
Being the nsedidne for about two weeks
aad iada great improvewist. Bhethiaks
it a saost valuable ressedy aad is so pleased
with it that she doesn't know how to ex
"Sosm fourteen months am." A.
Hayward, of Burlington, Ia M I was at
tacked with ioflarasaatory rhenwwtiswi. I
tried a doses (liferent kinds of saedidM
amid to cure rheamatism, hut to so pur
pose. Ftaally, I procured a bottle of
AtMophoros. After BBg the bottle it
did sae so much good that I bought
aether, but did not have to nse saore than
a third of the second bottle before I was
eatirely cored. From that time up to the
reseat I have never had anythtBg like
rheamatic paias, aad I thaak Athlophorfli
for the cure."'
Tkansa McCoe. Bosh's block. Dubuque,
la, whose wife was cured by Atalophoros
of a terrible case of rheumatism, declares
it was "truly a miracle my wife's
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'How does that verse run? Some
thing like this isn't it ?
"Yea, that's beautiful, pathetic and
true," said your representative. "The
poet alludes to people who are some
how suppressed, and never . get their
full allowance of jor and airl Which
reminds rae of a letter snown me the
other day by Hiscox &. Co. of New
York sighed by, Mr. E. C. Williams, of
Chapman, Snyder & Co., Pa., a promi
nent business inan of that Place. He
writes: ' ' 1 have suffered with Asth
ma for over forty years, and had a ter
rible attack in December and January
1882. IJiardly know what prompted
me to take Parker'g Tonic. I did so
and the first day I took four doses.
The effect astonished me That night
I slept as if nothing was the matter of
me, and have ever sfnee I have had
colds since, but no asthma. My breath
ing is now as perfect as though I had
never known that disease. If you
know of an one who has asthma tell'
him in my name that Parker's Tonic
will cure it even after forty years,
There was a man who escaped the
fata of those whom the poet laments.
This preparation which has heretofore
been known as Parker's Ginger Tonic
will hereafter be advertised and sold
under the name of Parker's Tonic.
Inasmuch as ginger is an unimportant
ingredient, and unprincipled dealers
are constantly deceiving their custo
mers by substituting inferior prepara
tions under the name of gjoger, we
drop the misleading word. There it no
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To he people oi Red Cloud and Vicinity
On and after the 20th day of February 1886 1 will sell
STRICTLY FOR CASH
Or produce. . can at all times use a lare
amount of butter and eggs and will always
pay tHe outside price, I want everybody to
call and get prices before purchasing else
wher. See 'if I don't make it an object fur all to pay cash for pooda.
You can at all tlm And tho larg t frehast and moat complete
lmeof.rrocerieaandquenamrainthaICapaDlloan Valley and
priooa that no man can beat. Goods promptly delivered frea
to all parts of the city.
Proprietor of Oprm Boom Oroowr Stors
F. D. HUTCHINSON & CO,
Groceries, provisions, dry goods, and all articles usually
found in a first class country store. Produce taken in ex
chance for goods. Cash paid for grain.
Store in Cheese Factory Bidding.
J. L. MILLER.
rlARNESS COLLARS, SADDLES
wHIPS. COmBS. BRUSHES
and evarything usnally kept in i fire
class sh jp.
Awb aocrs north of 1st Nat. Bank
RED CLOUD. NEB.
MS AM VtouMnc St., KANSAS (STY, MS.
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law. Ajmntl riorntncm arc bCDorUat. No
ua wttiieioea dmO. No tana lot(Ha
from dijtajire tmtxt hrmaU. Mcdl
rrwi rmHvtrtrrmi. Onultton frre mini ronflUrctUI,
A. BOOK for bock tit, Eliot d. atoi mtitd fottc ia tuiBgu.
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A POSrnVE CURE for RHEUMATISM. t001rtmvy
cuathla eaUrntfUa to cure or bela- Grtunt dltcortrj
In annli of !ln. One dot im relief re
more feeer and pain in jintt i Cw cooiairtrd In Sto ;J (Uje.
Send etateroeBt ofraee hh tump for Cirnilart. CjlU orad.
DaHmmn, OIWyM4tto SL. KM Ciry.Mav
I Will Insure Tour Hogs ?
DR. JOS. HAAS'
Hog A Poultry Remedy,
None genuine witLout tub trade mark.
IS THE ONLY PRACTICAL PRE
VENTATIVE OP THE SO
It bas never been surpassed as an increavjr of
pork, and general system tonic. Aiding dices
Uoo, BtlmuJaUng tne bllllar' organs, preventing
torper and engorgement of the liver, and regu
lallBK toe bowels. It mores and prevents tbe for
mation of disease germs, and preserves to the
well bred boc its natural constitution. Where
It aasbeeo fed to such animals m the prescribed
quaatltie. and other directions faithfully ob
served. It kas proved to b a thoroush preven
tative against swine diseases.
AS AN EVIDENCE OF FAITH.
is my remedy I make tbe following offer;
I will lasure herds of swine of not less than
one hundred ia sunder against disease, at a
small tee per head provided tbey are fed my
remedy oder my direction, and prove upos ex
amiaation prior totmtract that they are is a
healthy condition, aad are neither la-bred,
etoaebredot U progesy&f such.
1. I wel forfeit fldt.M to aar breeder whose
Cer to examine for lasanmcel decline provid
ew hf) forward remlteace to cover my fexpenscs
to aad from kxattoa of hogs, or I fail to prove to
tto saltCtetion of aay disinterested party that
lattarc (o rewood to tavitatios is caased trv
ar hy matters of at least eqaal
I wlM forfeit Hi
llfldeeliae spaa exam.
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Denver to Kansas City.
Denver to Omaha,
Omaha to Chicago,
Kansas City to Chicago,
Omaha to St. Louis,
WEST TO EAST!
BACCACE CHECKED THROUCH.
Through tickets over tho Burling
ton Routa ara for sale by the Union
Pacific, Denver A Rio Grande and
all-Other principal railways, and
by ah agente of the " Burlington
For further Information, apply tc
ny agent, or to
P. . EUfTIStGenlTLtArt.
XoticrUheretyElven that I will exnniitjp JJ
pcrvn wln may desire to offer themselves as
candidate for tenrher of the ctinon schools
of Wf lstei county at my ofJlct,- In ltel Houd on
third Saturday of each month. Ktamlnatiou
sotnmence at a. in. Io nt ak for sjurclal c
animations. C. W. ikixikk. Sap't.
Final Proof Notice.
Iuid Office. ISIoomlngtoB, Nob. Feb. 22. 19M.
XTOTICK IS HEKKI1Y GIVEN THAT T1IK
11 folio wimr-named settler has Ilel notice of
his intention to make final proof In support ef
his claim, and that said proof wlilhe made be
fore the Judge, or In hi absence, the clerk of
the district court of Webster ""county, at Kcd
Cloud. 'eb.. on Saturdav. A ril 3. im, rtt
on H'd aii No. K1. for the sw !i of sec . tows
l. north of K 10 W. He names the IIIowIihc I
witnesses to prove his cootmHotts resiarnce
upon, and cultivation of said land, vlx: James
II. Chapin. John F. Smith. John Posey. Carey
tv uue. au oi jicu uomi. ;eo.
S. W. SWITZ tK, Jrlater.
Final Proof Notice.
Land Office at Bloominjrton, Neb. Feb. l?. !.
NOTICE IS IIEBEBY (JIVEN THAT THE
foilowlnjc-naned settler has tied notice of
his intention to make floal proof tasapportef
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Bed Cloud - Nebraska
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