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The Red Cloud Chief
FRIDAY, MAY 7, 1886.
A Peculiar People.
A correspondent gives some curious
facts concerning tlic "jumpers"' anion;;
the French-Canadians. He gays: They
attracted my attention as presenting
some points of interest bearing upon the
nervous system, showing to what a hy-
Cer-scnsitlve condition it mav he
rought by certain influence carfy be
gun and long continued.
I had from time to time heard lum
bermen and others whose invocations
led them to spend much time among
the French camps siicak of these jtinij)
crs," but had given no credence to the.
as I thought, abHurd stories they related
in regard to them, until one day, while
attending to my duties in the waiting
room of my fumigating station, I inci
dentally let fall the window near my
desk by turning the button .suddenly,
thus letting the frame fall a short dis
tance, making a quick sharp noise,
when three out of seven French-Canadians
who wero sitting near, awaiting
their certificates of inspection, leapeu
into the air as if they had been shot, at
the same time uttering a yell which
would have done credit to a North
American Indian. From that time I
w:ls on the watch for tluve strange
characters, ami, when possible, made
inquiries of them through 1113' interpre
ter in regard to the cau-c of their con
dition. Ileforo speaking of this, perhaps it
will be well to enumerate some of the
manifestations which give them the
characteristic name of "jumpers." One
or two instances vill be sufficient. Ke
cently one of them, a French-Canadian
of small stature, came out from an ad
jacent camp to the postoflice. Just as
he was about to ask the postmaster for
his mail, he being a total stranger to
the official, a man of 65 years of age.
the fellow to be a
mihcuievousiv cried oui:
"Crab him by the throat!' The fellow
sprang like a eat and grasped the old
man by the throat, and held on until re
moved, the irate postmaster jKiuring
forth torrents of invectives on the poor
fellow, who really was perfectly guilt
less. Another unfortunate woodchopper
haifr jiiit come into camp from two days'
work, and was standing near the large
camp-heater, in which w:is a very hot
fire, when somebody- cried: "fJrab the
furnace!" No sooner were the woids
said than the poor fellow obeyed the
ordor, and as a result left a scorched
IKittern of each hand on the nearly red
tot pipe, thu- rendering him nniit for
his work in the woods for some week..
As stated above, I have endeavored,
when possible to investigate as to the
cause of this peculiar and distressing
condition; and while I find, without
doubt, that primarily it is due to an in
herited nervousness, the immediate
cause is in taking such children, when
small, and while firmly held tickling
them until convulsive symptoms appear.
A Prnml Celestial.
A Chinese baby, the first ever born in
riiiladolphta. has been added to thy
Chinese colony of this city, says the
Times. It all happened on .Sunday
night, and Jeo James, the prosperous
Chinese merchant on Eleventh street,
near Walnut, is the happy father. The
baby is in many ways just like the usu
nl every-day baby that intrudes its
presence in almost every household. It
cries and kicks and scratches with vig
or. It weighs seven pounds and the
neighbors say has strong lung". Its
little toes have already begun to work
their way through its shoes of Southdown
wool in the fashion of a healthy Ameri
ca u child. It is a girl. This fact was
a little disappointing to Mr. James at
first, but ho became reconciled and then
happy, and now it is thought that he is
the proudest father in Philadelphia. He
had an extra strut last night and his
smile was childlike and bland as he
Mood in his store door enjoying the
fragrance of a line cigar, to which he
hati treated himself in honor of the
event. Overhead, in the elegantlv-fur-nished-seeond
story front room, wero
the mother and child, with a well
trained nurse in attendance.
The baby was dressed in a slip of the
noftest silk, decorated with hand-painted
roses of the most delicate tint and laces
of the finest hand-work. The robe had
been finished and laid away by Mrs.
James many weeks before it was need
ed, as was a whole bureau full of little
things for the expected arrival. The
little one is of rich olive complexion,
with bright little almond-shaped eves.
which peep out from the heavy lace
with which its dainty pillow is trimmed.
Yesterday Mr. James was the recipient
of many congratulations from his fel
low countrymen and thp presents which
were sent to the little heir were numer
ous, unique, and nianv of them costly.
The news of the baby's arrival got out
early yesterday among the Cliinamec
in the city, and little else was talked of
M. James is very jtopnlar among hi
countrymen, and it is expected that thu
rejoicing over the birth of his child wilS
be kept up for many days, as is the
custom among the people of his nation
ality. As this is a girl, there was no
feasting, as there would have been il
the chihl had been a boy, but as it is
the first Chinese baby born in this city
the Chinamen Otink the occasion of
sufficient importance for a gcner.il re
joicing. The name of the baby has not
yet been decided on. Several names
have been suggested, among which are
Yum Yum aud Rose Cleveland.
Amateur, is heavily in
agent. M. l'etit. and will
to- the Art
debt to his
xnam so to the last dav of hi
studio is crowded with unfinished pic
tures, i. e , the masters o consider
them which if .-old. even at auction,
would make him rich "beyond the
dreams of avarice. Hut he is extreme
ly fastidious, and in more than one in
stance, after having received enormous
payments in advance on couimNiu'i) to
bo executed, he has failed to finish
within a reasonable time the picture
ordered and has had to pay J tack the
money. His gutcrosity also stands in
the way of his success, as he will oft
en, when in need of money, stop to
paint pictures aud give them to friends.
'A Frenchman has. it is said, found
means to restore the life-like expression
to the eyes of dead jersons. lie places
a few drops of glycerine and water on
the corners; life-like expression is reproduced.
So strict are the election laws iu En-
gland that to give a tin rattle to a
' voter's baby, with winning the man's
favor in view, -is to risk line, imprison-
muiit ami disqualification for public ol-
WHEJ DOES OLD AGE BEG 151
When does old age Ik gin ? At forty -fiT
it is said, the amount of combustion which
keep? the furnace of the human beefy in
blabl commences to decrease and diminiahet
until three score years and tin, more or
lew, when the fires arc drawn and the
flickrriijjj flame dies out. That is the
phyjsioJoyical way of looking at it- liut
tome nun arc old licioru thty are out of
thir tten, while other apparently never
crow old, though thev liv; to l centen
arian?;. 1 1
ie wi t way 01 looking at it u
"Call him not old whoe visionary brain
Hold o'er the pan its undivided reign.
For him in vain the envioui ea?oni roll
"Who hears eternal summer in his soul."
This at least seems" to he the way in
which iJsvid IJuelt, of Sumner, la., hoki
at life, for though now in his eightieth
year he has taken a new leae on life
and is apparently d termined to hold on
to it. Atiilophoroa d;J it fur him and fie
acknowledges his J-li to it in terms of
enthiisiam. .Mr. f.itJeil tells hit own story:
"I was past sevcj.ty-ic-vj:i and had been
afflicted with rhimi.atum three years and
sudii mouth. I bad lost one-third of my
weight and could not walk, but she tiled
along with cnntii-s. Heep had deserted
me, my ueri e& wercalibhailercdnd there
was no strength iu my hands, wrisH, knees
or feet. 1 could not -It down or get up out
of a chair without help, ami oh ! Mich pain,
worse at night than in the day. Then- wa
neither sle p nor rest, and the outlook waa
painful in the extreme.
"IJut thanks be to Cod and lb-other
Inikip for tending me a paper containing
a notice of the cures made by Athlophoros
and thanks he to you for ending me a
bottle. It appears to me the hand of Cod
is in it all the way, and if you did not hear
rue shout why then I did not r-hout loud
enough, that is all. The medicine arrived
one Saturday night after I had gone to bed.
in the morning my son prepared me a dose
of two teaspoonfuN in milk, f took it and
fclt it at once all over. After that I took
but one teaspoouful at a time until I had
finished the bottle. How did it art? Why,
like a i harm. On Monday morning I rose,
dressed, and walked out into the kitchen
without erut h s or cane and wished them
all a happy New Year.
"My p.tin is all g.me and I rest well.
My sou, eeimr s'e-h a irrcat change in me,
wrote for t n 'Mb s iu order, as he says,
to uiak" a pern t:. i.r fire of i:. It is all
inor" like 'i drcr ::' in ii .liity. 1 have
written to fmjr ot r..y fr: mi-, who are
rlilict((l 'illi ili.'u?Ti.ii:i: alKttii the great
ineduine ami I .li.-nl w'ii:e others, and m
this way try to j-n 'lie deb: ofgridtude.
".Some foiir'e u i :o-5i!.s a o," sirs A.
JIayward, of ISmi !i:i tun, I.t , "1 was at
tacked with iufi - .:. i tttiiv rheumatism. I
tried a dozen dub tent kin'i of medicine
said to cure rheumatism, but to no pur
pose. Finally, I procured a bottle of
Athlophoros. After using the bottle it
did me so much good that I bought
another, but d:d not have to uso more than
a third of the second bottle In-fine- 1 was
entirely cured. From that time up to the
present I have never had ain'iiiiiL' like
rheumatic pains, aud 1 thank Athlophoros
for the cure."
Thomas MeCuc, Ihih's b!ck, Tmbmpn,
la., whose wife was cured by Athlophoros
of a terrible case of thcuiKatism, declares
it was "truly a miracle in my wife's ease."
If j on cnmiot ui t ATmoriior'Ho! jour hu,j.
pl-t. we will mmhI it xpri -s j . ! mi ret 1 1 t of
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V. D. lloyt it Co., wholesale and re
tail druggists of Koine, da., say: We
have been selling Dr. King's Xew
Discovery, Electric Hitters, and Buck
len's Arnica Salve for two years. Have
never handled remedies that sell as
well or give such universal satisfaction
There have been some wonderful
cures efleoted by these medicines in
this city. Several cases of pronounced
consumption nave been entirely cured
by use of a few bottles of Dr. King's
New Discovery, taken in connection
with Electric bitters. We guarantee
them always. Hold by Henry Cook.
Bucklon's Arnica Salvo.
The best salve in the world for cuts,
bruises, sores, ulcers, salt rheum, foyer
sores, tetter, chapped hands, chilblains
fonts, and all skin eruptions, and
positively euros piles or no pay re
quire 1 It is guaranteed to give per
fect satisfaction or money refunded.
I'rice i.r cents per box. For sale by
Activo, Pushing aud Reliable.
Henry Cook can always be relied
upon to carry in stock the purest and
best goods, and sustain the reputation
of being active, pushing and leliable
by recommending articles with t well
established merit end such as- are
popular. Having the agency for the
celebrated Dr. King's New Discovery
for consumption, colds and couehs.
will sell it on a positive guarantee. It
will surely cure any and every etlec
tion of throat, lungs or chest, and m
older to prove our claim, wo ask you
to call and get a trial bottle free. '
"Your medicine. Athlophorous, has
done wondeis for my wife, and is help
ing others," writes James Book from
Sniithton, Missouri, in ordering thiee
dozen bottles of the great neuralgia
and rheumatism cure "to sell to his
Watch for it! The first symptoms
of true croup is hoa-isencss and it
Chamberlain's cough remedy is freely
given at once and the eloses frequently
given the dread disease may be entire
ly prevented and all dangor ond anxi
No liniment is equal to Chamber
lain's pain balm for the cure of burns,
scalds, or fresh cuts, it excludes the
air and heals without leaving a scar.
The sales of St. Patrick's pills which
have been so extensively advertised
throughout the country, were said to
hae been very light at first, but have
rapidly come into" general use and are
having an immense safe. They are
said to he.au excellent medicine for
constipation, etc Such is the result
of judicious advertising and might be a
valuable index for our business men.
Tho Excitement Not over
The rush at Ferguson t Co's ding
store still continues on account of per
sons atllicted with coughs, colds,
asthma, bronchitis, and consumption
to procure a botle of Kemp's Balsam
or the tin oat and lungs which is sold
on a guarantee and is giving entire
satisfaction. Il is a standard family
remedy. I'rice 50c and $1. Trial size
The Impending Danger.
The rescent statistics of tne number
of deaths show that a largo majority
die with consumption. This disease
may commence with an appearantly
harmless cough which can bo cured
instantly By Kemp's Balsam for the
throat and lungs, which is guaranteed
to cure and relieve all cases. Price 50
cents and $1.00 Trial sire free. For
ale by Ferguson & Co.
mil m mn
LIVE STOCK INSUR
IN THE STATE.
Insures horses at the age of from 3
to 1 1 years; mules from 2 to 17 years,
stallions and Jacks from 3 to S year.-;
and cattle from 2 to 11 against loss
cau-ed bv Diwut, Injury Aicuknt, Fire,
Uyhtn'my or Tfaft, for not lcs than one
or more than two years excepting
steers which are being fatted for the
market, wnich can be insured for six
Special attention is called to our Fire
and Lightning Insurance, which is
good anywheie in the state of Nebras
ka, whereas the liability of loss by
Fire and Lightning of I'ire Insurance
companies is limited to the premises
of the assured, and perhaps a small
radiu beyond. The advantages and
benefit.-: which this company oilers to
farmers and o.vners of stock generally
are .-o plain aud apparent that it is
hardly nect-sary to call attention to
Reasons Why to Insure.
IJecausc it is the only Live Stock Tn
siir.i.icc company authorized by the
Iawa of this state to do business in this
jiecausc it is a Home Company, or
ganized with home capital; the money
naid to the company is kept in the
state, and is paid out for! losses to the
citizens oi the state; it all remains iu
Because it is a reliable institution,
whose stockholders, directoxs and offi
cers, are among the wealthiest and
niobt Diomineiu business men in the
Becaue its manner of adjusting and
paying lossc- are always in harmony
with the principals of strict justice
Becan-e you cannot afford to bo
without insurance on your live stock
any more than on your house and barn.
If you are well off you can loose
nothing by insuring if you are poor
anil cannot aflbid to loose any of your
stock, it would be criminal negliucncc
not to insure.
.Because should you wish to borrow
money and offer as security your stock
the security will be more ample, and
you can obtain money more readily,
and at a lower interest, if that stock is
covered by a policy of insurance in
.Because we insure stock against denth
by uceidtnl, dteuixe or Uwl.
became we insure stock against (.
by. fin or liyhtiiiny.
Because no other insurance com
pany can give you the same kind o
Uecatisc a paid up capital of $100000
and a constantly increasing surplus
fund lenders It safe and solid against
any emergency that may arise.
Because its popularity among farm
ers and stock owners is attested bv the
fact that there are now written and it
force over 15,000 policies.
Apjtlicutioni will be nccivid by,
A. f.ToMLixsoN, Agent
Red Oloud. Neb.
Denver to Chicago,
Denver to Kansas City
Denver to Omaha,
Omaha to Chicago,
Kansas City to Chicago.
Omaha to St. Louis.
WEST TO EAST!
5ACCACE CHECKED THROUGH.
Through tickets over tho Burling'
ton Routo aro for sale by the-Union
Pacific, Denver & Rio Crondo and
nil other principal railways, ans
by alt agents of tho "Surlington
For furthor Information, apply tc
any agent, or to
P. S. EUSTISfGea'lT-Vt-g-t.
Drugs, Paints, Oils
Nations Wall Fa r. 4k.c
Red Cloud - Nebraska.
1 P wfwmrrSTgTriiTlMlm I Administrators Notice. j
I&9RS113 3i Ilk 4 HBI
3agJs,dy3 El 1 1 BbHI :iiuinMr:itor ot tin- c-t.itr ot nci; I'o'.won,
Great Reduction in Prices
At Mrs. Newhoiise's
WE SELL CHEAPER STILL.
A. lot of white goods, hamburgs, hosiery, etc.
sold cheaper than ever or elsewhere.
Please give us a call before buying.
Geo. O. Yeiser & Co.,
Red Cloud - Nebraska-
30 OOO acros Land for Sale. Improvod Farms, unlmprovod Lands.
usinoss.Housos, Rosldoucos, and Town Lots
Jos. W. Warren, Prop,
I have recently purchased tin stock of goods owned by C.
). McMillan, and am prepared to sell and buy
Clothing, Furniture, X'v and Second-hand Sewing Maehinef
ot' all kinds, and in fact Farm Machinery, .Etc.
AVill hold auction Every Saturdav afternoon, at 1 o'clock.
CITY DRUG STORE
Ferguson & Co.
All tho old patrons of tho City Drug Storo aro cordially invltod to
continuo tholr patronago as horotoforo, wo shall ondoavor to
ploaso you. Our stock of ovory thing that portains to tho
drug trade will bo kopt up to tho
HIGHEST STANDARD OF EXCELLENCE
Come and see us.
NEW GROCERY HOUSE
L , iLITJIIi)MIW.
Where will be found everything in the grocorv line, such as
Sugar, Teas, Coffee', Sirups,
JFrttit, Ha on. Hum, IPrictt Heef,
Cheese and Crackers, Tobaccos, Cigars, I 'lour, Feed, Olw? and Queonswaro,
Hoping by fair dealing to merit a 'hare of the public patronage.
IN FEATHERLEY'S BUILDING,
Opposite 'he Chicago Lumber Yard.
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lU-Cf.i-tMl. lien li civ c lutttce thai Iu win aj
Par t'ftrv thf tHunity court of Webster county,
at tin otlK't' nf the oiiutj Jt.t-, a; th .Irnr
tenn, on tin firsl Moinl.i m Juirf Ptt, Ko. at
whitli limf all rHTorio haui ctaliiit :ur.i4nsti
iu! estate arc tiontitM ami reqiutMtil to alt nil j
for tlit. iHirjH' of 1m1ii; the xtni" adjuneit.
All claim- :usitii;t n.ikI-estate not prc-iit-l at
or H'fon the .Vimn-t term of aii tirt will tx
IorecrlanL AU j?rMjU4 liuirl.tril to .jid
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meat to the utiuVolsntcil. I
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His stock is very large and prices
very reasonable. Ik
Also job lot of
Merchant - Tailor,
RED CLOUD, - NEBRASKA.
and tho finest lino ol
CLOTHS, CASSIMERES. MELTON, &C.
Custom work neat.lv done and after the most
approved fashions cutting and finins
a specialty, prices reasonable.
Old Stand East Sido Wobstor
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CHICAGO, ROCK I8LAND & PACIFIC RAILWAY
Byreanonof Jtccntrnl pol'Jnn nnl clojrlit' t.r j pjinripnj lino Fn mxA
ts Also tho fa'.'ortUt rind lxsJ. tojUj in niul fr'n j f,r.U &. h'trt.nmmi mmX
Soutbeant, and corrwpondlntf points W ptt, Jff.rt "t nwl P . 'h v t
Tlw Kock Lslnnd ttyatom tnclJdt tn lt :r.In ,r.. nwl Vrwh (."tlrntto.
JotkK. Ottwn- LsiSnlln. Hoorln. G'njo. Mollno nr,d lUxlz. I na.1. Jn M'js-
akTnport, MuMoattno. Wrmhlntfton. Fnlril!d. (tim'KB it-j&m.. wt
bvrty. Iowa City V Molni. IndSnnolu Wir. -:- j'.''r-. KnxvUiw.
AuduDon. Harlan, GuiMiio Cjntro nmt Cornel UiuJ' tn !:. u'.'..tln.
Trenton. Cameron and Kn.niia Cty In JA'tuui. 1.hvt worth mul Au-Uimm.
fn Kaniwu: Albert Iyja. Mlnnecpoll and Bt ioi?. In itHjn'. wirrva m
Dakota, and hundred of lntonntd!nt dtlen inv r, viir anl miaibm.
THC CRCAT ROCK ISLAND ROUTE
Ouarantea it pntrons that wjno of jwrwonal rruitr nljordwl tryanoMi.
thoroutrhly bnllWHl road-td; fnv:oth mciwi r contlatwow rutt rail, mt y
Manually built mlvorta and fjrldiffjj; roln r.'."rtc an nj- p';c4jo
human klll con ranJco It. tho safety nppllrux yj o itunnt buKrn ptattorr
and air-braken; and thnt oxivfJny dlscinUo vriurh Kororas !q rrartil
operation of all ltj traln- OtsT icclnlU- of tfija rou ar Triwfm
mil connecting jpo'.nt In Union Depots, a d izto unimrtwwwed contiortr c i
luxurte of It P.-v3jnscr Eqilpsnt-
Tho Fast Erprw Trains r?ot773 Chlcno r.zvl The J!lojl TUffrutu rnm
nonod of well ventilated, llnoly upcoUiTHl licy nchr itotnrtnwit ul:rtM
Palaca Sleopeni of ti latent dJtm. and Buirptnoin Liz.nn Car. te Trfcim
elaborately oxikod meals aro Jwlcuroly ntJn "ittfl Dw5?on yfutiinte on
Appetite, and Health on both Bowm Ctr3tfo onl Khzvkm cut mad
Atchlsoxu aro also run tfco Cibmtxl lUxZzilz Chair Cora itmn" V,T ""
THE FAMOUS ALBERT LEA ROUTE
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and Brttlnh Provtnoes Over thU
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Council Bluffs itmnMui n'7uTl-'ZT.l,?!.?.&yw.m
j principal iKez, usees
R. R. CABLE,
PrttMcrt 4 Csral -, CWee.
Western Cottage Organs!
Mason & Uamim Pianos.
Dr. J. S- EMIGH
Flnt OJice Work a rt)( rial it.
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Cloud .Nation n Hank.
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Chicago and Mir.njoll and St. Ptml
rotivo, mxi. Binr Trainw nr rtus to ti
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