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About The Red Cloud chief. (Red Cloud, Webster Co., Neb.) 1873-1923 | View Entire Issue (Aug. 13, 1886)
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HOW CLYCKHIXE IS MADE.
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It Ca he Pat.
"The consumption of glycerine for
Medicinal f-prjjn'" manufac
tures has ereatffkreased in the past
few years, said a Liberty Square mer
chant yesterday afternoon.
"As you are probably aware.11 be con
tinued, "erode glycerine is the hy-pro-duct
of the manufacture of candles. Tal
low or other animal or vegetable fats
are saponified, with the addition of
water, under heat and high steam pres
sure, in closed tanks. The neutral fats
separate into fatty acids and glvccrine,
which latter remains dissolved in the
water. The solution of glycerine thus
formed is concentrated and sold to the
reiners. Some of the latter, in order to
cheapen the process of refining, bleach
their half-refined product by means of
vegetable or animal charcoal. This
absorbs the color and also some of the
acids still in the glycerine, rendering it
for a short time inodorous and almost
colorless; but the seeds of decomposi
tion arc not removed, and in time the
acids still contained in the glycerine
oxydizc, and the glycerine becomes 'oft
color. It should projerly be distilled
until the last trace of impurities is re
moved, when the glycerine becomes
chemically pure, inodorous, and color
less." "How many manufacturers of glycer
ine are there in the country?11
"I know of but five three in Cincin
nati, one in New York and one in Phila
delphia. Competition has tharH:ued
the wits of our manufacturers and re
sulted in many improvements in appar
atus and manipulation so main', in
fact, that you would hardly recognize as
glycerine the lirst article of that name
produced in the country.
"When concentrated glycerine is ap
plied undiluted to a chapped or ulcer
ated surface it produces a burning sen
sation, which to some jersons is almost
unbearable. The reason is, glycerine
has a strong aflinity for moisture; it
takes it from the skin ami thus gives
rise to the burning sensation. If a
small quantity of water is added to the
glycerine before it is applied this un-
fileasant effect will be observed but
ittle. if at all."
"What are the principal uses of glycer
"It is used in the manufacture of
cement, soap, blacking, anil 111:1113' other
articles, and in the improvement of
wines. According to the investigation
of Pasteur, Xcssler, and Pohl, it is a
component part of- wine. It does not
ferment nor take part iu the process of
fermentation, actively or passively.
These valuable properties have given "it
a firm hold in the improvement 01 wines.
As soon as wine has passed the fermen
tation the valuable functions of glycer
ine commence, for by its aid any desir
able degree of sweetness can bo impart
ed to the wine without the risk of spoil
ing it or producing further changes.
Glycerine is also largely used in prepar
ing leather, and by tobacco manufac
turers to keep tobacco from getting dry.
These are but a few of the almost count
less uses tc which it is put.11 Boston
My entire stock of millinery grnuls
atul store fixtures at a bargain.
52w3 S. K. McBbiiib.
Farm loans negotiated. Farm loans
on .most favorable tern. Loaus can
be paid by giving 30 days notice with
out extra cost. Look to your best
interests and call on me at my office
over First National Bink.
D. B. Sl'AXOGLE.
Watched by His Doable.
Senator Aldrich of Knode Island tells
a curious story. He is one of the most
striking figures in the chamber, and it
is not surprising that he attracts atten
tion. Just before his departure for
New York he said to a brother senator,
according to a correspondent of the
New York Herald, as he designated a
tall, gray-bearded man in the public
gallery: "Do you see that man in tho
"Certainly. He appears to be watch
ing us intently.11
"Yes; that 'is the trouble,11 continued
Mr. Aldrich. "Tha man has occupied
that seat nearly every day during my
fresencc in the senate. He is a 'stayer'
assure you, and rarely fails to sit out
"That's curious. Do you know who
"No. He haunted the galleries of the
house just the same way when I was
there during the XLVth congress. He
had a regular seat, and would sit for
hours at a time with his eyes fixed in
my direction. I soon observed him.
Indeed, it eventually became a custom
to look for and expect him. I'd glance
up carelessly, and there he'd be. sure
enough, with his chin on the palm of
his hand, as you see him now.11
"There's something the matter with
him, perhaps.11 And then tho conver
sation drifted off into another channel.
The moment Senator Aldrich left the
capitol for New York the strange visitor
vanished. This afternoon he called af
the main doorway, and, inquiring if the
senator from Rhode Island was present,
turned to depart when he received a
negative answer. He had previously
been in the gallery, but had grown tired
of waiting. By a lucky chance I learned
the solution of the mvstery. He is a
theosophist and believes in the dual
personality of man. He cherishes the
delusion that Senator Aldrich is his
other and better self. Anxiety for the
health, happiness, and prosperity'bf tho
Rhode Island merchant engrosses all
his thoughts. He is a professor in a
might school in this city, and gives his
time in davlight to ttie contemplation
of his astral soul, which he fondly be
lieves has taken up its earthly dwelling-'
5 lace in the body of the genial senator.
s for himself he is hopeless, even care
less. Without ambition or energy, he
ays he relies upon Senator Aldrich to
attain fame enough for both. When
asked this afternoon why he continued
ta watch the occupant of desk No. 52 he
fci the senate!1'
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Still Another Chinese Vice.
It is a pity to turn the Chinaman out
jast when he's beginning to benefit by
American civilisation and shows signs
of pasping the full value of Ameri
can nroducts, including metaphor.
tThe Chinaman has picked up a great
many American habits, mainly the ex
psatiTr ones, and he is perhaps as
cheap in copying American vices as
anything else. There is one crying evil
afcoat the Chinese that has not been ful
ly availed of. He drinks poor whisky
when he invests money. A liqsor-dea-ler
downtown was called upon by a
Chinaman who proposed to purchase a
mm! stock of whisky. Whether the
mereaaat was especially honest or the
Chinaman was an expert this story does
not state. Bat. say way, the lhMor
merchant gave Mm some whisky to
SSeTNoT; ma no likas." sakf Ike
Chinaman. "Wanes seme that other
whisky, stream aitoe aflat same lea go
Wc have just finished burning am til
er kiln, of excellent brick and invite
contractors and rll others
wishing the same to call and ex
amine our brick and satisfy them
selves of the quality of the same. As
evidence of their merits the brick
buildings of this city are offered. Ev
ery building is constructed with brick
from our yard with but one exception
and we orlfer t'.e testimony of the
brick masons of this citj, Lincoln or
Beatrice. We are readv to contract
from one to 500,000 and to dp.
liver the same, ilso sanu in any quan
tity. W. II. Ludlow & Son.
House for rent. Apply to C. H.
Potter. Good buildings, plenty of
water and near the business portion
of the city. 48-tt
Gasoline in 5 K?il. lots 20 cts. per
gallon delivered free in any part of the
city. Two delivries daily. (Jans must
be at store bv 9 a. m. and 4 p. m.
50 tf " II. K.SllKKKRit Co.
Brft:k for sale at the Chicago Lttni
A uood team of horses for sale. In
quite of Joseph Graves, Fled Cloud, t
Brick for sale at the Chicago Luni
ber 1 ard.
I am prepared to furnish door plates
which for durability, cheapness, beauty
of design and finish, cannot be excell
ed. Samples on exhibition at the
office f The Ciiikk. Your patronage
respectfully solicited. C. E. Wood, tf
If you wisn to sell your farm or town
property call on Joseph Graves.
42tf lied Cloud, Neb.
Try the Ecy Sewing Machine. It
is the finest machine that is made.
For sale by F. V. Taylor the cast side
furnture man, Red Cloud.
Summer dress goods, lawns, white
goods, hambunjs, great varity of laces
hosiery, paiasols, gioves, fans, etc. etc
etc Will be closed out at a sacrifice
at, Mrs F. Xewhouse. IMciise give us
furnture of all descriptions at
Tinker's old stand, at prices that defy
competition. Always sec us betore
you buy, as we buy extensively, and
can therefore sell cheaper than any
house in the valley. Be sure and see
us. F. V. Taylor.
All kinds of second hand furniture
at J. W. Warren's hardware and auc
tion rooms, opposite Chicago Lumber
Itch and scratches of every kind
cured in 30 minutes by Woblford's
Sanitary Lotion. Use no other. This
never fails. Sold by Ferguson & Co drug
gist, R2d Cloud. 23-ly
The best and cheapest Hue of laces
Hamburg, and everlasting trimmings
at Mrs. Newhouse e'
Henry Cook now has the most
complete stock of wall paper, shades,
etc., in the Republican Valley.
For, soda water, lemonade, ginger
ale, birch beer, etc. at G. W. Cline's.
All fresh and nice. Call and sec him.
A good farm for sale or rent. As
furnished. Apply to Josctih Graves
Red Cloud. Neb. 40 tf
One good Mason & Hamlin organ
for sale. Apply to J. W. Warren, op
posite Chicago Lumber Yard.
Good buggy for sale. Inquire of J.
W. Warren, the hardware and general
A nice line of dry goods will be sold
but very cheap at Mrs. Xewhouse's.
Ladies' cheap hosiery at Mrs. New
house's. The Estey Sewing M achine the bes
in tho world for sale by F. V. Taylor
All sizes of eastern hard coal for
ale at the Chicago Lumber Yard at
fen dollars per ton.
For chattel and real estate loans call
on Fred II. Bentley.
Go to G. W, Olme's for fresh home
made candies, cigars, etc.
Fresh home made candies at G. W
Cline's. Call and see him.
Money to loan at reasonable rates on
good personal or chattel security. Also
farm loans made at lowest rates of
interest. C F. Catiier.
35tf Red Cloud
We are receiving furnture daily
don't forget it, and we are bound to
sell it. F. V. Taylor
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On all summer goods at the
For Low Rates
GO TO THK
First National Bank,
No Delay In mkln Loan. CLOUD. NSB
THE SOUARE DEALING
C L. GOTTING
Has the finest Stock of dnigs, the bet and largest stork i.f
STATIONERY AND WALL PAPER.
in the city. If this statement sfeeins incredible conn in
and sou for yourselves. Also
Paints, Oils, and Machine: Oils at vkky i n
No trouble to show goods or answer questions. Special bar
gains in wall paixir and window shades.
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THE ABOVE CUT REPRESENTS
Trader's Lumber Company
WILL M KF-
Silas CarlK-r. I'res't. Ceo. II. Holland. V.
S. S. tiarhcr. CsMlile r.
Parsers a&i Merchants
JokDson's nDtical Dioptric gyeMetre
A general banking business trans
acted in all its branches.
Wm&! FAD OS IMS DEPOSITS.
FARM LOANS A SPECIALTY.
Throe or five yc:irs straight S per
cent, .single mortgage. No delay
in securing money.
By virtue of an onler of sale issued out of
the district court' of the Eighth .ludlci.il
District, iu and for Webster county. Nebraska,
wherein Uhii a judgment in an action wherein
CV II. rotter is plaintiff, and John Laverty Is
defendant, I jsliall offer for sale at public ven
due at the east door of tho court house in
Ked Cloud, in said county, (that belu the
place where the last term of said court was
nohlen). on the 17th day of August, 1N, at 2
o'clock I. M., the following described property
to-wit: The south-east quarter (?) of section
seventeen (17). town three (3), range ten (10), in
Webster county, Nebraska.
;iven wider my hand this the 15th dv or
JiUy. iac h. c. Scott, sheriir.
Ity i;ilham& Kickards, 1'ltff's Attoruej-s.
Silas fiarltcr. Ceo. It. HoI!:inU
K. I'.. Smith. V.. O. YeiMT,
Kountzllros.. - - - New York, City
First Natioaul Hank, - . Omaha. Neb
First National Rank. - - Lincoln. Neb
Final Proof Notice.
Land Office at Bloomington, Neb., July 9, IMG.
NOTWK IS HEREBY GIVEN THAT THE
following named settler has ftled notice of
hisiutentioo to make final proof iu support of
his claUa, and that said proof will be made be
fore the Judze, or in fai absence, the
clerk of the district court of Webster coun
ty, at Red Cloud. Neb., on Saturdav, August
a, law. viz:
oa H'd. appJicatioa N. leas, for the sw ?4 see
94. towa I. Berth Range.12 W. He aame the
foUowiaR witnesses to prov his costtaaoys res-
lueace upon sjm cmuTMioa 01 saw hum. tu:
Joseph Beanett, Oliver R. Dewiw,JokB Rabia
son Mahlla Points, aH ol Re4 dead. Neb.
Mt6 S, W. S WITZULi JKecnter.
Final Proof Notion
Land eftceatWooariaftaa. Neb July Si. IMS.
XJOTICEIS HEREBY GIVEN THAT THE
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Nebraska, oa FriaayrayliaiiTil, MasTiz;
ASHLEY H. ALEXANDER,
oa H'4 aaaUeatiaa Ka. TW far the 8. E. !
City Meat Market
Rd Cloud, Nob..
Schroeder & Meyer,
Opposite the Bed Oloud Nfttional
Fres. aai Si M 1
Wliicli we liave at a GREAT EXPENSE procured for the
fitting of Spectacles to all
DISEASES OF THE EYE !
We guarantee this instrument to most perfectly
correct all deficierkcies of Either Eye as
each eye is tested and fitted to its own
IT IS THE ONLY INSTRUMENT !
In the Republican Valley that can correct the Following
Diseases, Astigmatism both simple and
We especially invite those who have experi
ence the greatest difficulty in procuring spec
tacles to come and have their
EYES TESTED FREE OF CHARGE !
Call and sec this latest invention of science.
WRIGHT & WALLACE,
Jewelers and Opticians
Red Cloud, Nebraska,
As low as can be bought from any dealer on
CARRIAGE WORKS !
s the place to get bargains in PHAKTON.
BUGGIES, & SPRING WAGONS, hav
ing purchased our stock at reduced
prices we an: able to place r r
the market all kinds of ve
hicles cheaper than
Buck Boards at
Top bugges at
We are also prepared to do all kind of job and repair work
at bottom prices. Old buggies painted and repaired at
reasonable rati. It will pay you to give UN a rail
and got our pricey before pun-basing eta'whert.
W k SODS,
Always in season.
Tour patronage is respectfuBj.
'solicited. Oar aim is to
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THE OLD RELIABLE
FRANK V TAYLOR, Prop.
Carries the largest stock of bed room, parlor and kitchen
furniture and undertakers goods in the republican
- valley. .Oil paintings, picture frames etc-,
in great variety.
Give him a call. Opposite first National
CHAS, BUSCHOW. PreBldent. B. F HIOHLAND, Vlco-PrvHldonl
Kobt. VHIBEY, Treasurer. J. A. TDLLBYS Seci etary.
NEBRASKA & KANSAS.
FARM LOAN CO
CAITJ AL, .$50,000.
RED CLOUD NEBRASKA.
D.M. llatt O.CCiwc. K.Y.ShJrej, CIa. Uuvhow. tt. If. Fulton
Y.. F. HiicbJand. Geo. II. Holland. K v. Hatt. Ow. J. Wurnn.
n improved farms in 'chrakaand Krm. fo:c AirnuhcJ am xm a iht
aecaritjr it approved Pnncipia ana J mere t iraW Jn tofciotid.
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