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THE RED CLOTJD CHIEF, RED CLOUD, NEBRASKA, FRIDAY, APRIL 6, 1894.
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II not paid In advanra, after Mite data March
II, twt, th pries will bs at .as,
Entered at (be i'ost Ofllc In Rsd Cloud, Web.,
aa mall mstterof (he aecoBd elaaa
. RATM or AIlVXBTIItWa
frof. tarda, i inch or leas per year at M
Ws month. 1 00
Three mouths t oo
rr Inrti one fear ., ,,,14 00
rer Inch all month! a os
IVr inch three months,. ......,.. t 0
rjpeelal mtlo per line or Una apace, first
Transient specials, payable Invariably la ad-
TPfH'r, ir line ur criun
lfo "preferred position" contract ma
All matter to insure publication tnu
elred at this office not later than Wed
Hlou" contract mad.
A lAaeleatHBMla AtMMM
be ordered out
the current week later than Thursday,
M, ft. R. Tlsae Tafcla.
. Taking effect Dec,.
Tralniearrylug passengers leavs Bed Cload a
XAST VIA HA8TINOB,
No, 1U raaunger to Hutlng I JO p. in.
Ko. Ml rassengsrfrsm lUstlnis UJ8a.m.
No. II, Passenger to St. Joeoph St.
Ho. la Passengers for Denver, 'dally, B;H p. m
ALL PRINTED AT HOME
ri. J. S. EMIttH,
Rid Cloud, . . Nibraika.
er Tayler'a rnr-llara Rtere.
Extracts teeth without pain.
Crown and bridge work a specialty.
Porcelain Inlay, and all kind ot gold Mings.
Makes geld and rubber plates aud combination
I work guaranteed te be first-class.
W. TULLEYS, H. D.
Red Claud, Nefcraaaa.
Offlee opposlta First National Bank.
I). H.Kxainlnlng Surgeon,
tlbronlo diseases treated by mall.
Q L. WINFREY,
Rid Uloud, - Nebraska.
Will attend sales at reasonable figures. Satis
I H. SMITH,
RED CLOUD, - NEBRASKA.
I da a etrletly farm inaarane and invite
aad Invite all to sm me.
QASE & MoNITT,
A TTORNEYS AT LA W,
Moon Block, . RED CLOUD, NEB.
Collections promptly attended to. and
"TRUNKKY & POTTER,
Atierneya at Law.
Red Cloud, . Nebraska.
OmoE Up stairs, in Moon Blook,
th Avknuk, - Red Cloud, Nibsaika.
Flrst-olsBS barbers and ilratolaae work
guaranteed Give me a call
Red Cloud, . Nebraska.
I trta tnV narSOnal att-nilnn t- m-
pitrone. First-olaas shaving and hair
Oernvau Insurance Co , Freeport, 111.
Royal lUsuianoM Co., Liverpool, England.
Home fire Insurance Co., of Omaha, Nebr.
rbeanU Assurance Co. ot London, Kng.
Te Manchester rlre AuuranceCo el anglaud,
,Tr7:r..T:7o "i.'ss?.??' ni
"A. t !'. r.-""" "" Association
I (ll.ll.ia. a. .
V MUVI'III a3iISB)9lit
Odlc over Mizor'a Store.
C, E. Putnam,
cowles, - neb1a8ka.
Phoenix Insurance Co.
St. Paul Bankers Life
All bumes intrusted to kin will bs
Notice to Teacher.
Notice li heroby given that I will
examine all person who may desire
, to offer thcmgelyes a oandidatei for
teacher ofthe publio lohoola of thf.
eouuty, at Red Cloud on the third
Saturday of eaoh month.
Special examination will be held
on the Friday preoeeding the 8d Sat
urday of eaoh month.
The (tending required for 24 aad
.3d grade certificate ia the ae
grede below 70 per cent., average 80
.. Mr cent: for first Grade eertlfln.u
ah irauinanovioc iii iiib BBiurain aavaruM
aunts or puff, B eenti ir line.
fossl tiottori at leval fates, vlztforasquart
(If n ilnrs ot Nonpareil nr less,) first publication
il.ee i for each subsequent publication, per
nrrw. mi rniiii
MutBiil Itesei va Fund Ufa Mssu.of n. v '
.2.t II lil. Vialna DA .. !
IW,V I b-- wi,w mw ,r Dent., average
iT Pr " id branehe required
D. M, Homtbb, County Supt,
Hitch TTp !
Bat before you do come around
llarncs shop and bur a new get
of liand.nade liarnc. Have
reduced all good In Ilia liar
net line. Here ure t few of
32.00 liarnees for $30.50
28.00 " " 27.00
27.00 " 26.00
20.00 " " 25.00
And all ffoods in nronnrtlon. Allwnrtt
guaranteed Repairing and trimming
Qono on short notice J. O. Butlor.
New Real Eatale Firm,
J. H. DAVIS & SOtf,
Loan and Insurance Agent.
Red Cloud, Nebraska.
Office with D. P. Tronkoy. Moon Blook
We have located in Red
Cloud and will be tries fed to
have people who desire to sell
tneir farms to call and list
their lands with us aa we
have eastern buyers.
Call and see us.
J. II. DAVIS SON
Endless Varieties of
At Shea & Tuknuke's.
Columbia River Red Salmon,
Mackerel, White Fish, Hoi
land Herring, Smoked Her
ring, Kipperd II. Lobster, Im
ported and Domestic Sardines,
Oysters, Green Turtle Meat)
Terrapin, Brick and Old Ocean
Codfish, Smoked Halibut and
Others too numerous to men
ROAN I OBTAIN A PATENT Tot a
RWLffSSff ""S "P ""B? op'ntoo. wrtU to
.Ui:HN .' wb0 bv tt aaar ffihT yaar?
zporleno to trie patent builnow. Oommantfa.
JSrSW,on """CfraHxt.l'aiteBta ana bow to Ob.
uin tnem int free. Alio a catalocuo of "'
leal and iclentino booki .ontfreo Tani
latanu taken tbronah Moon It Co. raeatva
apeotal notlealntba hcleatiao Aa?erlraaTaad
L . uo luivnwri
aVlnlAB Jutna V.
tlrul plate, tn colon, and photo:
bqtuet. with plant. enabUniilld?.
rrADha of nra
R A Sittipsot,
Blag tfill Ngb.
ml7"V ncaniir uiaitrated. bai by far tba
Circulation ot an icicntifla wnrfc m k.
. -.uip apivnaia iimit.
Ma j, vjx m yoar, inbriv
A SALLAD OF LIGHT HOUSEKtthNQ.
lb a subtly sweet snscestlve phraoe,
Bat the almplo soul who Is tared thereby
Will make a sorrow for many days.
In secret oft will ha moan and cry
And rotu tho thtnit a tremendous He,
For It means, this plirano that sounds so fair,
A world of trouble mid toll nnd car
And m wild distracting wish to go
Away from It soon and anywhere
I apeak of the things whereof I know.
It means all little transparent ways
To hide away from the common eye
fh fact that your bread and butter atays
In your desk; that you bake and tx U and fry
In a single dUU. It means to try
To hang your garments, tho best you wear,
In a folding bed, that last despair
Of honest souls; and, bitterest blow,
It means a kltcheny parlor air.
I speak of tho,thlngs whereof I know.
It means to shrink 'neath tho stern amaza
Of the lordly butcher's and baker's eye,
Apologising In meek dispraise
For your modest wants. To rare or sigh
Ovsr tho pangs of the bonghton pie.
TIs to pray a strong, hcav'n reaching prayer
For the meal a man pronounces "square,"
And to be onco more In llfo below
Free from that peace destroying enaro.
1 speak of the things whereof I know.
Ye who have 'tempted this llfo to share,
Pause ere yo enter the tiger's lain
Consider tho truth I fain wonld show.
For with Land on heart I firmly swear
I spsak of tho things whereof I know.
A Mother's Wny.
When the Roy. Hornco Bushnoll was
boy, ho was very desirous of knowing
omethlng about music. No ono in the
family could teach htm, howovcr, and
hie .mother, with Unit dlvino patience
and Insight which belong to mothers In
general, found that if tho lad was to
havo his wish at nil it must bo through
her. Sho obtained a book and soon
taught him all eho knew tho scale, tho
koynote and how to find it, and tho time
of tho notes. u
This was only "book learning," how
ever, and tho question was to adapt it
to the use of tho voice. Little Horace
wanted to sing by noto, and that his
mother could not teach him. She could
ring by ear, however, and tho two hit
upon a species of roverso process. Tho
mother sang familiar tunes, and the boy
watched tho notes, observing how the
intervals and timo ran along, and, as he
expressed it, "soon began almost to sing
And from singing airs they know Into
notes that boro no meaning they finally
learned to sing uirs thoy did not know
out of similar notation. Tho method
had been unlocked, and further progress
was easy. Tho mother's heart had found
out tho way. Youth's Companion,
A City of Roof Gardens.
The majority of tho houses in Buenos
Ayres havo but ouo story, whoso flat
roof serves nil tho purposes of Yankeo
lawns and door yards. While tho patios
are frequently utilized as dining and sit
ting rooms, it is the universal custom to
promenade in the cool of the day on the
housetops, to sit thero at morning and
evening enjoying tho refreshing breezes,
extensive viows and varied panorama in
the street below. The children find
their favorite playground on the roof.
Thero the nurses bring their infant
charges, tho seamstress her sowing and
the maid her mistress' bedraggled finery
to put in order again. The clothes ore
dried and aired and ironed atop, and
during tho "heatod term" of this dew
less latitudo thousands bring up their
beds and sleep with starry sky for a
counterpane. Philadelphia Record,
After his return from his first lectur
ing tour in this country, the lato Mat
thew Arnold visited old Mrs. Proctor,
the widow of tho poet, "Barry Corn
wall," nnd mother of Adelaide Proctor.
Mrs. Proctor, who was then 80 years
old, in giving Mr. Arnold a cup of tea
"And what did they say about you in
"Well," replied the literary autocrat,
"thoy said I was conceited, and they add-
cu mac my ciotues cua not tit mo."
"Well, now," retorted tho old lady,
"I think they were mistaken about tho
clothes." Now York Mail and Express.
A man who gives a chattel mortgago
should always examino it carefully to
make euro it is not "on demand." Sharp
money lenders who loan funds on chat
tel mortgages often try to have this
clause inserted, aud when it is the bor
rower may expect to part with Ids chat
tels at almost any moment. It is a trick
by which advontago is often taken of
the unwary. St. Louis Globo-Detnocrat.
Ilound to ITave a Niip.
Conductor (giving him a shake)
Sleeping Suburbanite (pushing his
hand away) No, you don't, MariaJ If
you want that baby walked with, you
can walk with him yourself. I'm going
to got somo sloop tonight, by jocks, if I
miss 60 trains! Chicago Tribune.
Efforts to domesticato the quail have
been persisted in hv mntiv nnm,in t,nt
gonorally with indifferent results. Rob
ert d emails or uiciimontl, Ind., howovor,
claims to havo rccontly tamed n brood
of nuail. who livn nn lilu nrnnilum dm.,..
ing no indication that thoy prefer tho
wooob ana ueius.
Everv crowned head nf Knrniw wltli
the exception of that of Turkoy, is do-
puuimen irom ouo or two sisters, tlio
daughters of Duko Ludwig Rudolf of
Brunswick Wolfenbuttel, who lived
about 160 years ago.
At Aix-la-Chappello thero is a news
papor museum founded by Oscar von
Frockeubcck, which contains files of
specimons of nioro than 17,000 different
London has n now organization, whose
naino indicates fully its pnrioso. It is
called tho National Society For tho
Checking of Abuses of Publio Advertis
ing. It is said that two-thirds of all tho cot
ton duck produced in the world is mode
MUiiu 80 miles of Baltimore.
NEWS OF NEBRASKA.
1RIEF BUT PITHY MENTION OF THE
HAPPENINGS OF A WEEK.
Kews Wlileh Tell the Story of Haven Days'
Crimes and CMnaltles nnd Otlinr Impor
tant Matter Arranged Attractively aud
Given la a Few Words.
Decatnr Ferry Uae Started.
Deoatub, Neb., March t!3. Tho ferry
Cno nt this placo has begun operations.
Alleged Horse Thief Jailed.
Nedraska City, March 0 John Mar
tin was bound over to tho district court
on tho charge of horso stealing.
Nebraska Teachers In Conference.
Bkatoicb, March 20. The advance
guard of tho Southeastern Nobraska
Teachers' association has commonced to
Looking After liootleggors.
Tobias, Nob., March 28. A United
States marshal stopped at Tobias to look
up bootleggers, and Joseph Vidlock will
accompany him back to Omaha.
Tobias Arranging For Waterworks.
Tobias, Nob., March 24. At tho town
board meeting plans for a system of
waterworks, to cost $17,000, were sub
mitted by A. Richardson of Lincoln.
To Entertain Nebraska riiarmaeUts.
Hastinos, March 20. Tho druggists
of tho city mot to mako arrangements
for tho annual mooting of tho Association
of Pharmacists, to bo held early in tho
Lieutenant Hardin Detailed to Crete, Neb.
Washington, March US. First Lion
tennu O. B. Hardin, Eighteenth infantry,
has boon detailed to duty as instructor in
military science nnd tactics nt Dean col
lego, Crete, Nob;
Against the Occupation Tax. .
NmnA8KA City, March 28. In tho
county court Judgo Eaton decided that
tho occupation tax of f 10 per day levied
by tho council on transient merchants
School Teacher llecomes Mall Clerk.
Weston, Neb., March 20. Professor
W. S. Mohlor, for three years principal
of tho Weston schools, has received an
appointment as mall agent, his "run"
being from Alma to Stromsburg.
Murderer Carleton Captured.
Omaha, March 25. Charles Carleton,
tho inurdoror of August Gothman, who
was sentenced to hang Friday, but who
escaped from jail nt Fremont last Mon
day, was captured In Sarpy county.
Two Thousand For Husband's Life.
Keaunky, Neb., March 21. In tho
caso of Mrs. John Clark against tho
Union Pacifio for tho killing of her hus
band near tho cotton mill two years ago
tho jury brought in a verdict of $2,000
against tho company.
Crushed While Switching.
Fremont, Nob., March 24. Frank
Williams, a switchman in tho Elkhorn
yards, whilo assisting in making up a
train fell under a car, tho whoels pass
ing over his right leg, crushing it at the
thigh in a horriblo maimer.
Monroe Will Have a Depot.
Monroe, Neb., March 25. E A.
Garrevot returned from Omaha and re
ports having mado a deal with S. H. H.
Clarx wheroby this city is to get a depot
of regulation size, to cost $1,200, and to
bo completed within U0 days.
Transfer Switch Problem.
Lincoln, March 24. Tho state board
of transportation met to take up the cose
of tho transfer switch nt Schuyler, but
at tho request of tho attorneys tho mat
ter WOS nostnonnd for turn wealra Tt..
next hparing will bo on April 5.
Wanted In Nebraska.
Perry, O. T., March 20.-Sidney
Sapp, a prominent lawyer and Populist
politician of this city, was arrested on a
requisition from tho governor of Ne
braska charging tho embezzlement of a
largo sum of monoy at North Platto.
To Entertain the Veterans.
Tecumseh, Neb., March 20. Tho com
mittee on general arrnmrnmnnhi nr th.
district Grand Army of tho Republic re
union, wmen is to bo hold in this city
this summer, has named Aug. 14, 15, 18
and 17 as tho timo for holding tho samo.
Investigating Crowley's Death.
Bkathich. March 28. Coroner Fletch
er went to Lincoln, tulclmr with him i.
stomach of Crossloy, tho Cortland man
who (lieu Bonio timo since under sus
picious circumstances. Tho stomach
will bo given a chomical analysis at the
Church Won Its Case.
Beatrice, Neb., March Sl. In tho
caso of tho Progressive Brethorn church
against tho city of Beatrice Judgo Hast
ings handed down his decision that
church proicrty was not amonablo to
Bpecial tax assessments for tho improve
ments abiitting church property,
Irrigation at McCook.
McCook, Nob., March 21. Tho busi
ucBsmen'of this city held a meetiugto
considered tho suhfopt. nf wnti.
Judgo II; II, Benson of Haigler and j!
S. Luhow of McCook. luto dolocatua in
tho Omaha irriuutlon mnvntiHnn w.-
present aud addressed tho meeting.
Morltl Comimnv Iranrtv Allan!....!
Hastings, Match 20. A suit was be
gun in tho district court by tho Massa
chusetts ossknieo of Mnnm & kui.
against the J. It. Morin company, which
iuiit.ii iwu wiTiH ugu, ior mo recovery ot
$1,78 J. aud an attachment was issued
and tho defendants' plant hero levied
I'loneer Catholic 1'rleat Dead,
Omaha. March 27 R: Jumna v
Ryan, ouo of tho piouoor Catholic priests
of Nebraska, diod nt tho priestly rtl
deuco attached to St, Philomeua's cathe
dral early Sunday morning. Ho was in
his usual good health when ho retired.
At 11 o'clock he complained of fooling
unwell and nt 3:80 ho waa dead, He.
kad labored In Nebraska ataot 1M1,
Is the right man when you want
An endlcsa variety of stoves.
Wire and Kvcrythino in the line,
The Fair -Store.
fl. COZflO, IPi-op.
BVery Conceivable .irtiQlg ov Ffatfd,
Special rates on Queenswavc, Glassware, Etc.
o Served CxclUSiVelV to the
21,477,212 People admitted to
the World's Fair Grounds.
Leading Fine coffee of the World.
For sale only by Sherwood & Albright.
Castorla ia Dr. Samuel Pitcher's prescription for Infants
and Children. It contains neither Opium. Morphine nor
other Narcotic substance. It Is a harmless substitute
for Paregoric. Drops, Soothiufi Syrups, nnd Castor Oil.
It is Pleasant. Its guarantee is thirty years' use by
Millions of Mothers. Castorla destroys 'Worms and allays
foverlshness. Castorla prevents vomiting Sour Curd
cures Diarrhoea and Wind Colic. Castorla relieves
toethiug troubles, cures constipation and flatulency.
Castorla assimilates the food, regulates the stomach
and bowels, giving healthy and natural sleep. Cos
torla is the Children's Panacea tho Mother's Friend.
" Castorla Is an excellent medietas for chil
dren. Mothers hava repeatedly told mo of Its
good effect upon their oblklrsa."
Da. Q, C. Osgood,
" Castorla Is the beat remedy for children of
which I am acquainted. I bops tho day Is not
far distant when mothers will consider the real
Interest of their children, and use Castorla In
stead of the various quack noitnims which are
destroying their loved ones, by forcing opium,
morphine, soothing syrup and other hurtful
agenU down their thronts, thereby sending
them to prema ture grava i.' '
Da. J. F. KntoBstoa,
lata Camtaar Osmpaay, TJ Murray Strae-t, New York City.
Address THE CHIEF,
Red Cloud, Neb.
taicen in exchange tor goods
accented aa the
11 Castorla Is so well adapted to children that
I recommend It as superior to any prescrlptloa
known to me."
n. A. Archie, M. D
HI Bo. Oxford Bt., Brooklyn, N. Y.
"Our physicians In tho children's depart
ment hava spoken highly ot their szperi
enee In their outside practice with Castorla,
aud although we only hare among our
medical supplies what Is known as regular
products, yst wo are freo to confess that th
.merits of Castoria has won us to look wtttt
favor upon It,"
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