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About The Red Cloud chief. (Red Cloud, Webster Co., Neb.) 1873-1923 | View Entire Issue (Dec. 14, 1888)
V "ST IT
j Jeff .VnrIV iJcroorrat iia hcf,n
born and 5 the fifth lurninarv In the
tifw-patu r v'jfx . of Ued (' wjl It
i a -V' n cosii' ji fii ! . . ;-?
:to H n ' :i.r Mr rant arid :nkf
the fjitfa 3;r in lied Cl.tw.
The oulv real irfo.-tbl recmnniend.
U ard called to order b? CL tV. IInraci-l
rhjuuinr nxKrn :reni,ib"ia,c:rr-at.
On pt tt I. I. TranTtrj appotatrtl
l. the bowrd to net a cuutr cdg-dar-iui;
shr &iM'eti, of U preit inetnbn.
I. A. S-nrejr daring th. cwHiia of Dc
Oa r4oiiU pmof fxasi tb reatj
:..... ...t ... r vii-..n .. ji.-.i ..
. . , , .1 lame "JM '' l'- . iltiSHl SK-.NIU fa
tMJll 111 rrtial'lrtt CltfVfHrtd . JoSt J , ,
:. ttr of tb prai wtmtj beard i:
ines-ago , that ua.ii:' the pio- a, L H- Ham.,.uc, .-.j.
;p.siti-.w that, the "overnmtnn should 0a mottoo irrutT clerk a order
town ite- own pcaivflice buildiuff- in alljud to draw n vmrraat is farcrnf the Web
Are looking for Bargains in
citic of ihr ectit! and
1 ne parage i ttvh
build an ofliec in nil
th'n! cis? tr County Agrlccttural Society fur
huv would ! anlwa:st alluwid by la 'for that porpoc
-Uea her the , ,. . " , ,. . . ,
i!err of thepo-ituinitorw o?er?l,000 1 . . . . , .t t
' - p'ffffjitfld to the board, aocptd and ap-
a year. Th j fen fiurgcaicd i to ex- 1rovw3. g. nf0ti sboviaK dfcethr
jhhm! i.d thr biisWiiii; uul wore tbn j plaas and rciition m welt s defec
tbu yroas rtCcipU fur thre yenn. j tT'tfkinanliip.
Tina would ivt UeU Clowl pmtt-' Oo motion li. McCam iat.-actd t
dice buiid: ..- that unid cu.t from ,sia ta a001 "d b'" "
j sat fur Uatd lUraii brtdg fcatjhxl avxj
atu-r tha rccttnt rpftira. aad ri-por: th
For Men or Boys,
G10TOS or Mittens,
lion Ciias. .Mantiersoh. the icuior
cnatot. oi this state, win ic
his own biiecossor no do:ibt. ilr
! .Manderson is de-idJly one of the
i niot ahlf Feualors in the senate, end
is ajrresitve anu inorousmv viue
awake tu the interests of our growing
tate. iy al! loean.s the Leirislature
siior.ld return him to the U. S.Senate.
lic-ido? being a man of more tiian
usual ability, he i.- a sound and true
hlue re:bliean,:tnd ran and i.s always
found in the raiik- of the grand oh!
jMtrf, whenever )te i.- needed. U's ean
lc depetidcd upon : d- hie duty at
Uti ilililn -TI1 ali I I.U-.M.
Neckwear, citliev in Neck Scarfs or Tics.
Berg & Galusha's
flic Chicago Store Clothcrs.
All this month they will do you
good in the way of LOW
Ion !:! li'tr LIIV.
lied Cloud wants another railroad
'awful had." Well, we hope idie will
will yet one. as enough of them are
all right, hut too many of them" are
wor.'-e than none. Nelson .Journal.
Yes we do want more laiiroads and
intend to, get them if there i.- any
show, that is to ?ay if our people wake
up on the suhject hefore it is ever
lastingly too late. However, as to
too nu.nv heiug worse than none,"
that depends on what city or town
Horn to Mr urn! 3L..Mlijah Herriek
ee. Gh. 1SSS, a pair f twin boys
weighing seven pounds each. Kljah
wears a 7x10 smile.
S. 1J. Vier's wife and baby, have
been quite sick, but are getting bet
ter. Corn hulking is about ended.
News is searee. W. il. S.
Here we are again in just the same condition
(only worse) that wc were a year ago, and
SOMETHING 31UT DROP.
So we have dropped prices on all
So low that they are bound to sell. Some of
our specialties are Virsh Albums, Toiiet Sets,
Cut Glass Perfume Bottles, Books of all kinds
Work Stands and Baskets, Toys in endless
Variety, in fact anything , and everything you
want for a present
i:iIi School Item;;.
There were five new pupils enrolled
tiiis week. We have now 101 pupils'
eniolledin hiirh room.
Tuesday morning i'of. Curran
g:ne us a brief talk on the evils of
ignorance and the hles-ings of mental
and moral culture.
Wednesday morning we were fa
vored by a visit from Messrs. Gilliam
and Funk members of our school
board. The former gentleman called
again Thursday morning.
Monday morning Miss Ilurlbutt our
first assistant received the sad intel-
hgenco of her mother's death. In
her sad bereavment Miss Ilurlbutt
has the deep sympathy of all the pu
pils, teachers and patrons of our
schools. She is highlv esteemed Lv
all. Miss Culbcrtson has taken Miss
Uurlbutt's place until Christmas.
Last Frid a v afternoon's exercises
were considered the best rendered
during the present term of school.
On Friday wc were favored by a
visit from a dozen voun ladies and
gentlemen, students af the Superior
high schools, former pupils of Prof.
Curran. After the usual formalitv
of introduction the- evinced those so
cial trials and general sympathy usual
auong students that we felt wc were
glad they came to visit us. We found
our young friend from Superior a
jolly set of folks, and shall be clad to
wcleoms them whenever thev mar
favor us with another such visit.
The tethers meeting last Friday
evening was a grand success. Many
visitors were compelled to go away on
account of a lack of room to accom
modate them. 'Miss Letson's class
drill was very creditable indeed. The
recitations by Misses Willa Cather
and Trix Mizer were very well ren- j
dered. Miss Cather gives Cac prom
ise of high elocutiunary attainments
in the near future. Misi Pearl
Skecn read a fine selection. Prof.
Curran tshibUed the electric machine
showed it discharged the !. "trie
spark. Some visitors wishing to te.-t
the power of the machine joinvd
hands and n eeiyea the benest of a
Be'tley & Newiiocse,
seme nt the :ioit :nsolini; of hv board
Ou motion :ho conaty titcotn k-epon-ible
for nxpemod of properly cloth
iu' and taking aire of Annitt Littl to the
iuftitute for ftiublc xnimled at rr:cr.
On motion the wo of th county j.Hr
driver -&a lot to It. S. Tihbet. Couuty
to pay Kid Tiobit.- $.'.&0 per diy for nro
ixi theSAiae for county. Thu ap?rvwor
of each toTKhip Riven acthority to order
tho a.o of the dame when necesurr.
Ilond for ..".( -ijuod by It. S. Ttbbit-.
V. S, Hr.ll mid W. H. Huffman guaranty
iiiK faitliful pfrformenco of contract tiUd
and approved by the county boiird, en'.d
Tibbita is iaitraetvd to ui"e tlu pile
drier for private part tee charia 1.00
ju.rdn retaiamg f'-VJ.-. and paying bhl
aace to county. Tibbits to get the driver
repaired as cheaply a.s powibl; and brin
claim again: thu county.
Claim of A. N. l'atmor for a refund of
.:r. 78 taxes on iller.l assossmeat presen
ted to the board. Motion mado to allow
.aid claim amended by allowing t:.VSO
amendment lost by following ote.
Yeas; liarcu. (Jroves, Hummtll, Garbt-r.
Kaley and Frame.
Nays; McCnllum, Coon, UVHs, Cathor.
Noblo and Thomas.
Original motion lost by a voto C, to S.
The following school laud appraised
presented to the board and approved.
Coon, Kaley and CJarbcr appraiser-.
SV ir of SK qr of 111 10 at $7 per acre.
NWqrof SE qr of 11-1-10 at $7 per acre,
N' U qr of S K ir of 1 1 110 at ?rt per acre.
S E qr of S i: qy of 11-1-10 at $7 per acre
Hoard now adjourned to meet December
! J. H. llAti.irr,
We desire to extend thanks to
those who so kindly a.-sisted us during
the illness and death of our wife
sister. S. T. VanIIouni:.
Interest Straight 8 Per Cent,
Can pay part or all of principal at
any ear and atop interest. Well se
cured notes bought. Insurance in
C. F. Cathkh,
lied Cloud, Neb.
Office over post office
The Origin .! Abicti'ie Ointment j
only put up j Jargo two ounce tin
boxes, and is an absolute euro for oh!
sores, burn?, wounds, chapped hsu.dV,
and all skin eruptions. Will uositively
cure all kinds of piles. Ask for the
Original Abictine Ointment. Sold by
Henry Cook at '23 cents per box by
i - . i i
Go and see Harncst Welch at the
Farmer's Fating House if you want a
square meal, luuch, oyster stew. etc.
For Kent. Two rooms in a brick
building. Apply to Earnest Welseh
at the Farmers' Fating House.
Xollrc to f tic People.
Anything lost in the opera house
will be taken care of by the manager,
subject to call.
Hereafter tickets will be on sale at
Deyo's drug store for the accommoda
tion of the public.
It. U. Fulton, Manager.
Cm. Tratmai a4
mm Aaaof lag AUl t
It mar. perhaps N cofortl3ff
th? victim of hav-fovcr to Jcno
It howx a marked prvfcrrncd for per
ton of cultivation. Sir Andrew Claffc
refers to it a chtvxmj tho rnaa bfor
the woraan. Uio eucaujd before hm '
ignorant, th tootle before th? ruie.
and the courtier b..-for the down;
further. a. jrvftkrrinjr the tempcrmt '
to th torrid roRc. the city before Xbm '
country. a.nd the AacIo-iNvxon before
bll other moos. :
loctors dlsAprvc a. to the dctenaln- j
injj cnuv. of tho annoyinjr croup of I
symptom- which In their onttrvty ar '
commonly cnlhjd hny fever While
eoa contend that It it purvly a neu
m?w. th za.'-t gpaera! opinion t that !
It I caused by tho jKiJlaa tf roaca '
and aowor. and hwnce it i-. pruvaJent
only when thev arv in blora la the
United Mntw the joUeo of the .Unhro- .
i'u arieusuurfrita i njirdod as belnjr
chietly enusalive of hny fr. though
as a fuctor in the produellon of the dl
eac In oxplanntion of the rnhani.'n of
tho dlsa.so it iia.-. boon itiggttwl that
tho granule- of the jHdlen celK which
are much Mitniler than eoriHi-clet. eo
tor tho blool V4t.-v.tfla by iictu.il pene
tration of the wall. .nd that it I not
Improbable thnt th vvilauc rxperl
vncod in hay fever it due to the pre
eueo of thi-. granular matter in th
general circulation. Hut w hntever may
be the cnu of thi- muludy, the di.
trcssing ytnptom often tax the In
genuity of phj-lciun and patient for
their relief in vain. Some method of
treatment dejend ujkui th mechanical
prevention of acrt-ionof jollen grains
to susceptible mucous membrane, and
others ujKn the u-hj of ageiilrt for the
relief of irritation already set up.
A rational method of prevention
would seem to lu if the pollen theory
of causation be accepted, removal dur
ing the accustomed ieriod of attack to
n locality freet from vegetation, and
v,peeinlly the tioxiotti -!irojin ar
tciiusurfolut, a condition perhaps beat
secured, by an ocwiu voyage. Since
prevention is. however, impracticablo
for tho majority, palliation of, or relief
from the dt!trei-!lug - mptoms la what
is chiefly demanded, and hero tho
antesthetic propertirt of cocaino would
seem i yrmri to make it a valuable
remedy. Experience ha Juitifled this
assumption, ami when Intelligently up
plied, eocaini' will certainly mitigate if
not actually di"lpato tho symptom.
Sir Andrew Clark, in the local uuOf
cocaine in hay fever. Miggcfta thre
methods solution. pny and nasal
bougie. Ho prefer.-, however, to ap
ply a live to llfteen per cent, solution
with a camel's hair bruh. Tho bougie
aru made by dk-olvlng ono-fourth of m
grain or more of the hydrochlorato of
cocaino in a mixture of gelatine and
plyeerine. Tho tiio of carbolic acid ia
lauded :w a cumtlvo agent Tho com
bination is one ounce of glycerlto of
Carbolic acid, hydrochlorato of quinlno
ono drachm, ami enough bichloride of
mercury to make a l-laXK) solution. la
tho preparation of this t-olution heat
is necessary. Tlie following ia tho
method of application Clean tho nos
trils with a douche of warm water
containing boroglyeerid" in propor
tion of one ounce to th pint, and tho
carbolic mixture in applied with m
laryngeal brush. Afeiltcal Classics.
CORPULENCE AND TEMPER.
The Monte Christo Comedy Com
pany is decidcd.'y the best troup that
ever held the boards in this city.
The entile troup were very strong in
their several parts and the opera
house was literally packed each eve
ning with interesting people. The
Chief hopes that they will return
A Kw York I'hyalrUn Cilm m Qar
Theory to Ihn WorM.
"You great, big clodhopper!' shriek
ed a slcnder-vlsaged female, upon
whoso aquiline no?e a pair of gold eye
Ijlaftcs were cramped, tut he nearly
pushed a conductor off a Madiori nv
cnuo car tho other day
"I bog yo-ir pardon, rnn'am, but I
did not intend to -u p on our foot. It
was merely an accident.''
"Well, why don't you look where
you'ro going, and you won't make such
a fool of yourself?1 ejaculated tho In
While a reporter vena unavoidably
listening to tho foregoing; dialogue ha
felt pome one tugging at tho tlcovo of
his coat and. turning around, uw a
well-known physlclnn who figure
prominently in tho law courts as an ex
pert upon insanity.
That carries out my idea exactly,"
observed tho doctor.
What idea is thatr ntked the re
porter. "That women temper corno fron
their corporosity. hi continued. "A
fat woman Is good tempen-d and wJ
going; It i.s natural that arm should b
to. I think the temper is all in th
bones, any tray, and when a woman 1
fat the temper become absorbed ba-j
fore it reaches tho surface. Perhaps
that s a funny theory, youag nn. and
you newspaper fellow are tho hardest
lot to get a new idea into, especially
when an old man U the authority for
ita evolution. Eh, am I right?
Tho reporter domurrcd.
When a woman i thin tho temper
is oa tho surface, the doctor coalia
ued; "when a at woman ha a hit
tenper it is something terrible. Sh
We have on hand a larger assort man t &fl
Silk Mu filers
Silk Ties and
Thtsii all the rest of Webster County.
Ranging from the very cheapest to the very
best the mailed affords.
It will do yon good to see them.
If yon don t want to buy, it
will lie no trouble to
show them as
never cool. Oa the other hand, a
I.KGAI. rvoTtci:. thin woman cools off calcic! v. bat aha
Xotlce I herebv srlvea lh t liv 1rtw t a or. i . i i.... fi-i -v
tain chattel ninaus titrated by IW-r !" i-"qKiy. a xaia
Har:oJtKerh i.nve rfit-t Julr. :sia. ir woman with a good temper cosac lust
to csrr the mtaiU f a irala r tmXr tot i r , t .
nnrlrtjt ikJter S Ut OatSa-T ife ' " !: M UJel &T body caa
na'i-bv tar Utl Homrr - u w orfr ' ' be on thb znandano sphere. -V. T
ujUi 10 r-r cet lute' t (mm4 4 waa-', ' Mail and I.rprcu.
!io-' lui no: Uvnp.W I feit t, Ihfpr-erty i . .
they are strung up all around the
store marked in largo plain
.i . it .." ,. "
niTnir-Q in viw canmet- viz iitut rnl rrnr
3S1 'a t. oa well aticr ami rtat of trofa, etc.
mraain; raaraior, oa we'iii(rii
nru cmuanr. r a tanrfi
Life's Mott-Hiils and Mountain.
Mrs. De Cwh O. je, my plaa f
managiag a nua L to let him have hi
a 4turdv :b swlet ivaWr lr-ai i : nvn : In .-itt .J.5 i .v w-
co. p. ra J . .w.-,, .w w
irnvea tat zrji uay oj Trra&r km. ssoro :sprca w&cn sou ovtmm
. aim ia great thlags. It is sisxpl
I eocugh a&d easy.
Fair 1 (nog Brids Bet what do yv
i ,3 r-jui tr losrtL, JU-iaiie MruM)
m ;a vrr. in iiniOil nrr rocary Nb.
"Jg- IJUavcj., xryp5.
C. L. COTTING,
?:IJbads them all.
Xotko Is here-.- slrt'a ths: uate- a ! by vir
tue of an oxiter of a! icHi oat efthelMi.
trictou.t of ths Et?hta Judk-Ul DlSrirtln'
anl for eb:cr couuty. Mra5a up nae-l
cive m sa action pjoJinjr in saw nrs rnrela
JVlULtn K. .lackoa is p;aim.3 ad fiorah J.
iloore and ttenr.il U Mo re are tlerecAia-. I
sain oiler tor sue at pu lie Teadae Tvr caj In
hand at Uh ca t d-xr ofhe Court Hoa; ia
ItedC.nudlnsaJil cooay(tJtU Nrta tbepw
V hcza lhe Lui Itnn of rMirt tni -ni tt l
I lh day of January. 1SS3. at 1 o&Kk. p. si, U;c
iwuuLai; ucscnieu prairir rowit; ixm ia-
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Tj o40Krm.vnnr rnY-in.v:;. c. ?. kx- , ir c
i i aiuiiuotMrjJc ujt fijiT-xj; tmi cail KaalJ Vhtsjrs
.mwra (4vk. t;a jioo. srra.x ....
--v. srooiiiag is ic i&cx lisrary. att-
Kxlky I Wtl " lcs cnMJ- clTiecH
" , to property ad jut hU aeflctie. ad
'a ti" niiwtoea c3 and twenty 2f) ia black
two CD la KaVy & JaeiscaV adciuoa la ifed
Osst ia Wckater eeoaty. Nen-aa. Clrra
ihtiiaajC Uaermtser. lT.
Cbxmr eGrrsr,atT inttiiimM,
Chronic dtr?a trtalo Ity san
C V. . vAi.rr. J. I,
fc Jl.U. E.Ual tiare Wrt-M irp - CCI? 00,M jaay aftwot
O.C Cak. J.i. ilcNors.
XTOEXE ANU C:ySELOtS ATUW
"Via practice ja i!Xfort cf i&; ?
JoOretina a.s wca a thirMrd ttitrt 3tfrfa5-
y aad tSneiet.il j mXieatC to. A&trac9 tarn.-
OmrL-onr T,.t TirliiaT ki a
tha-v Bur waca a aaa becus
icliirsr niHInc hills it i time far
vosas to aer; hcraetl" rttTaaVT
A ScadaT-scaeoi bejr, epea s
wkal SEada Um tawcr c
Our store is hill of them.
Come and see the
J. J. Ducker.
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