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About The Red Cloud chief. (Red Cloud, Webster Co., Neb.) 1873-1923 | View Entire Issue (June 21, 1895)
THK KED CLOUD OHIJiiF, FRIDAY, JUNE 21, 1895.
Thousands of Women-
SUPPER UNTOLD MISERIES.
ACTS A8 A SPECIFIC
Bj Arousing to Health Action all her Organs.
It causes health to bloom, ami
joy to reign throughout the frntnu.
... It Never Falls to Regulate ...
" Mr wife " been under treatnlent of lend-i
!... ..liaalMlN.ia tll.i.M V(tlir. t 1 1 llf III t llAMtlfl L i
After using thri-n Unifies nf UltAIIPIKI.irtO
L'MA .k ifKfiiii.A'i'iiii piiecniiaiiiiBrunii
'cuulllK,tOlll"K unci nn'lilnK.". . ,
i ' NH.lillVAN. Henderson, AU.
' IIIUDFIF.M) IIKda.ATOU CO., ItlinU, Us.
BoldfcydruiiUtstt 81.00 pr bottle
MURDERER ATTHE AGE OF FOUR
Little Ullbert llomrslier Kill a Child Who
Itiifuses to Nprnk to lllm
I.nporte, Inil., June 12. Inillnna has
ft yotitliful murderer In Gilbert Uow
sher, 4 yenrH old, who killed Ilcrnlcc
Collins nt Montlcello, his victim being a
toddling tnfnnt of 2 yearn. Howshcr,
who was In cotnimny with two other
boyH, paused Ilernlcc Collins on the
Btreet. The lnttor spoke to Ilowsher'fl
companions, hut refused to notice him.
ThlB angered younK Uowshor nnd, lyltiB
In wait for the Colllnn child, he attacked
her with Htoneo, and before her piteous
cries for help brought relief h1ip wan
dead. The nuthoiltlcH are puzzled an to
what steps to he taken In dealltiK with
tho boy, the annuls of the Htate fulling
to record a parallel ease, lloth families
IVnnt n Christian Nation.
Denvoer, Colo., June 12. The synod
of the Reformed Presbyterian Church
of North America yesterday adopted
resolutions In favor of changing the
constitution of the United States by
Inserting "A clear and explicit ac
knowledgment of Almighty God as the
source of nil power; of Jemm Christ ns
the prince of klngH of the enrth, and
the bible as the supreme rule In nil
affairs." The llev. J. C. McKeeters of
riilladelphla, Dr. II. II. George nnd
other speakers declnred the country's
financial troubles were due to the fact
that the supreme power of Ood was not
acknowledged In our constitution, and
all existing political parties were In a
Btnte of dissolution because they were
not founded on the firm corner stone
Which Huch nn acknowledgment would
I.ciMr hy thn Mlltvnukrn Kirn.
Milwaukee, Wis., June 13. The list of
losses by Sunday night's lire, which ag
gregate $S3,200, Is as follows: li. Unrig
& Son, $40,000; Foster Lumber Com
pany. $25,000; Sclilltz Brewing Com
pany, $10,000; Hroddesser Manufactur
ing Company, $4,000; steambarge Ral
eigh, $2,r)00; schooner Lucy Graham,
11,000; Henry Giillun tannery, $000;
Charles Stealing. $100; Skobls Hros..
1100. It Is believed tho lire originated
from sparks from the pipes of some
sailors who were smoking In the shingle
hed of the Foster Lumber Company.
Sixteen horses of the lumber company
were roasted to death. The whole tan
nery district wns threatened, nnd It wns
only saved by the good work of the tire
Htuilont Olil Mar U.
Trlnceton, N. J.. June 12. Frederick
Ohl, the student who was shot by the
negro Collins Saturday night, Is report
ed by his physician to he In n crltlcnl
condition. Cochran, who was shot in
the mouth, Is reHtlng quietly and will
Srobably live. The shooting hns sad
cneil the commencement. The college
Is nroused against the negro element,
and the proutors nre keeping them off
the enmpus. A boycott will probably
force several hundred waiters and
cooks out of employment.
Twenty HoiiKm lllnurn Down.
Terry, O. T., June 12. A tornado vis
ited the section twenty miles west of
here Sunday night. Twenty houses
Were said to have been blown down and
peveral persons were hurt, Mrs. Ham
mer, a widow, fatally. Tho course of
the storm seems to have been from
(southwest to northenRt. It passed be
tween the lines of this nnd Garfield
counties nnd passed Into Kny county.
Owing to the fact that there nre no
telegraph facilities It Is Impossible at
Xhls time to get a full report.
Children Cry for
... 4. 4
1 Every Man Who i
Is Dissatisfied 1
T with his BurroundingBwhowunts 4
X to better his condition in life who f
knows that ho can do bo if given X
half a chance, should writs to J.
' I Francis, Omaha, Neb., for a copy
..fa little book recently issued by
the Passenger Department of the
j; Burlington Route.
It is entitled "A Now Kmpire"
and contains 112 pages of informa
tion about Sheridan County ami
the Big Horn Basin, Wyoming, a
T iiiind of Promise,
l towards which the eyes of thou.-
X ands nro now hopefully turnod.
A PLEASANT READING.
After Desperate Effort Mr. Newlywad
Ifad to (lire It Up.
Young Mr. nud Mrs. Nowlywod wero
going to havo what Mrs. Nowlywod had
Bftld would be "fiuch a donr, dollgbtful
evening togothor. " Ho was going to
read aloud to his "littlo wifoy, " nnd it
wtiH going to bo nu ovuning of instruc
tion as woll as of dollght, for thoy wcro
going to t.tko up something along tho
lino of current ovonts, "for I don't
want to ho a littlo Ignornmus, dearost,"
fiho had said. "I want to know nil
about everything that interests yon,
Ooorgo. If wlvos would ouly tako inoro
intorost in topics of tho day so that they
could discuss thoni intelligently with
tholr husbauda, then tlioir husbands
would bo glad to stay at homo uvouiugs
instead of running off to tho club. So
you just read anything that intorests
you, Qoorgo, dear, and I'll listen and
go on trimming this littlo bonnet nnd
ho bo industrious and aoquiro informa
tion at tho muiio timo."
"Woll, supposing wo bogin with this
admirable nrtiolo on tho prosont politi
cal situaton in Franco. I'm groatly in
terested in it"
"So am I, thon. Just wait until I
find n bit of grocn volvot that I want
Now go on about France. I hope that
there's lots about Paris in it. Thodroatn
of my llfo is to boo Paris nnd"
"Yes, doar, but lot us go on with tho
reading. You remotubor that when Car
not was assassinated ho was succoedod
by Casiuiir-Perior, and that ho rosignod
a fow wooks ago and"-
"What did ho resign for? I should
think it'd bo just lovely to bo prosident
of Franco nud livo in Paris. Would you
put this littlo greon nigrot or this
white tip on thin bounot if you wero
"I'm suro I don't know whioh would
look bettor. You boo that whon Casimir
Perior rosignod ho was succoodod by
"What a funny namot Aren't thoso
French names funny anyhow? And yet
Homo of them aro real musical namos
whou thoy nro pronounced right I bo
liuvo I'll docido on tho aigret Go on,
"Woll, you know that tho oauso of
tiie present crisis is largely duo to tho
popular suspicion of tho integrity of
many of tho leaders who havo long boon
in power, nud that"
"Therol That nigrot looks roal
swoet after ull, doesn't it? What did
you say that nil this fuss in Franco was
about? Why can't countries got along
without bo much fussing?"
"Well, it Rooms that thoy cannot
Yon know nbout tho French Panama
"Something about n canal eomowlioro
nud somebody Htolo a lot of inouoy,
didn't thoy? So that's what thoy'ro
fussing nbout? I woudor how this jot
buoklo would look on this littlo bow.
Jet is so fushiouablo now. I'll just pin
it on nud step to tho glass to see how it
looks. I'll bo right back, and you can
go right on about that Forray or what
ovor his name is. Who was it shot him?"
"Ho wasn't shot. It was Carnot who
"What for? Seems to mo I read that
thoro was n woman at tho bottom of it,
and I daro say thoro was. It's droadful
how littlo nolf respect soino womon
havo. I don't bcliovo that I'll uso tho
bucklo after all. Oh, dear I Thoro goos
my throad on tho floor. Will yon get it
for mo, dear? I why, Goorgo, what
did you slam tho magaziuo down llko
"Simply bocauKO I'm sick of trying to
tnako French politics nud American
millinery assimilate, and I"
"Why, Goorgo I How cross you nro I
I was listening with ull ray might, so I
"Yos, you wero."
"I was, too, nnd I I think you nro
just just horrid, so I do. I hato your
old French politics if it's going to cs-
traugo us liko this. I'm going right
up Btalrs if you can't treat mo kindly.
Yon don't lovo mo ouo bit if you profor
old Frcnoli politics to my happiness.
My hoart isbro-bro brokoul" Dotroit
Yonng Tuttor Is your brothor in,
Miss Von Blumor?
Miss Vou Blumer No. Ho has stop
ped out for n fow mouiouts.
Tuttor Then I will wait I am go
ing to un ontcrtnimnont tonight, and I
want to seo him very much.
Miss Von Blumor I nm afraid it
will bo useloss, Mr. Tuttor, as ho has
on his dross suit nlroady. Clothier and
"I can wait no longer, Mits Tiokio
woll Emorsonial" oxolaimwl tho in
fatuated young man. "Horo and now I
proposo to know my fato. "
"I think you moan, Mr. Wondoll
non," said tho Boston young woman,
muoh agitated, "that you purpose, "eta
Establishing a Precedent.
i Small Boy Woll, I couldn't jump
" ,1,m 'for" I l'iiockcd him down, could
I? Brooklyn Lifo.
MORMON SOCIAL CONDITIONS.
ArirnnUiei of Town Ufa rilendad with
the Charms of Rural BzUtence.
Social changes of a marked character
will be wrought by the occupation of
the arid region. In this matter also
Mormon experience Is luminous. Drlg
ham Young sought to found his pros
perity not only on Industrial ethics, but
also upon the hnpplncss of the people.
lie would not tolerate idleness, and tho
walls of cobblestones still standing in
the older portions of Salt Lake City
wero Invented that the church might
pay for the labor of men who would
otherwise have been temporarily sup
ported by charity. As a means of fur
nishing entertainment various diver
sions were planned, Including the Sat
urday night dance, led by tho bishops of
thewnrds. The leader's wisdom Is almost
as clearly exhibited In his social scheme
as Is his plan of Industry. The central
Idea In It was the farm-village. A vil
lage site, generally a half mile square,
Is selected In the midst of a tract of D,
000 or 6,000 acres to be colonized. In
Utah there are many small valleys be
tween the towering mountains and tho
village site Is generally located near
tho center of the valley, and near the
river from which the water Is diverted
Into canals on earh side at a sufficient
elevation to command the Irrlgablo
Innds. The half a square mile Is then
laid out into blocks of four acres, with
broad avenues between, and the blocks
arc divided Into lots of an acre ench.
On these lots the farmers have their
homes. Here also are their commodious
barns. Hero they nave tholr poultry
nnd swine, while considerable space Is
devoted to n market garden. The far
mer then has his farm on the outlying
lands, which nre divided Into lots rang
ing from two up to twenty acres. From
tho public jmrk In the center to the
farthest outlying farm Is only two and
a half miles. Most farmers traverse a
much shorter distance to reach the farm
from their homes. On the other hnnd,
tho women nnd children enjoy the Im
portant advantage of having near
neighbors, while the church, school
house, stores, nnd postofllce nro near
nt hand. Under this system tho ad
vantages of town llfo nro blended to a
very considerable degree with the
charms of rural existence. It Is a nys
tern full of delightful possibilities. The
Mormons have realized Its substantial
advantages In neighborhood associa
tion; but their model will be much im
proved upon hy many colonics of more
recent establishment. Farm life under
the old conditions has Involved Isola
tion. The hunger for human sympathy
nnd company has driven thousands
from the country to cities already
overcrowded. This factor Is responsi
ble for many n social tragedy, ns well
as for tho problems which havo arisen
In congested city populations. Tbe
Tho Itrportrr Arranges to rash on n
Mather Important Affair.
What is tho most striking instanco
of journalistic enterprise on record? I
fancy it would bo hard to beat tho fol
lowing case, which I remember being
told mo in America: A reporter was
dispatched from Now York to tho dis
tant sceno of an execution. On arrival
he found that tho execution was fixed
for noon a fixture just an hour too late
for him to get off his dispatch in time.
Nothing daunted, ho went to the sher
iff and Implored that official to put thd
execution forward. Tho sheriff natural
ly refused, but was ultimately bo far
talked round ns to promise to authorizo
the change, "if tho person chiefly con
cerned made no objection." Tho re
porter, in accordanco with the usual
custom in America, was admitted to tho
condemned cell, whero he explained
his errand to its occupant. Drinks
wero freely partaken of, nnd tho re
porter made himself so agreeable that
the prisoner "was hanged if ho minded
being hanged an hour before his timo
to obllgo so pleasant a fellow." Tho
sheriff waB as good as his word, nnd the
reporter got off in good timo a full,
live and particular account of the exe
cution. Loudon Exchange.
THE BANE OF HUMAN LIFE,
Driven Out of the 'System by
the Use of
"For five years, I was n grout
sufferer from a most persistent
blood disease, nono of the vnrlou.4
medicines 1 took being of any
help whatever. Hoping; that
change of climate would benefit
me, I went to Cuba, to Florida,
and then to Saratoga Springs,
where I remained some time
drinking tho waters. But all was
uo use. At last, being advised
by several friends to try Ayer's
Sarsaparilla, I began taking it,
and very soon favorable results
wero manifest. To-day I con
sider mvself a perfectly healthy
man, with a good appetite and
not tho least traco ot my former
complaint. To all my friends,
and especially young men liko
myself, 1 recommend Ayer's Sar
sujmrUlH, if iu need of a perfectly
reliable blood-purlller. .lost:
A. Kscoiuit, proprietor Hotel
Victoria, Knv West, Fin.: resi
dence, 3M WiOlh St., New York.
Ayer's 55 Sarsaparilla
Admlttod for Exhibition
AT TUP uori r'c call O
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BROWN IS A SCHEMER.
n figure on the Natural Cnsssdnesi
of Human Ilelng.
"Brown, I don't see how It Is that your
girls nil marry off as soon as they get
old enough, while nono of roino can
"Oh, that's simple enough! I marry my
girls off on the buckwheat straw prin
ciple." "Bui what Is that principle? I havo
nover heard of It before."
"Well, I used to ralBo a good deal
of buckwheat, and It puzzled mo to
know how to get rid of tho straw.
Nothing would eat It, and it was a great
bother to me. At last I thought of a
"I stacked my buckwheat straw nicely
and built a high rnil fence around it.
"My cattle, of course, concluded that
It was something good, and at onco
tore down tho fence and began to eat
"I drovo them away and put up the
fence a few times, but the more I drovo
them away tho more anxious they be
came to cat tho straw.
"Aftor this had been repeated a fow
times, tho cattle determined to eat the
straw, and eat It they did, every bit of
"As I said, I marry my girls off on tho
"When a young man I don't llko be
gins calling on my girls I encourage
him In every way I can.
"I tell him to como as often and stay
a3 late as he pleases, and I take pains
to hint to tho girls that I think they'd
better set their caps for him. It works
"He doesn't make mnny calls for the
girls treat him as coolly as they can.
uur. wnen a young fellow that I
like comes around a man that I think
would suit me for a son-in-law I don't
let him mako many calls before I give
him to understand that ho isn't wanted
around my house.
"I tell the girls, too, that they should
not havo anything to do with him, and
give them orders never to speak to him
"The plan works flrst-rnto. Thn
young folks begin to pity each other,
and tho next thing I know they aro
"When I see that they aro determined
to marry I always give in, and pretend
to make the best of It. That's tho way
I manage It."
FIGHTS FOR HER RIGHTS.
Short riklrtt and. Illoomcn Halted i
A young woman In Victoria, B. C, is
having a fight over her right to wear
bloomers. Whon, about thrco weeks
ago, sho appeared In tho bloomer
garb, she was ordered by tho police to
deslBt from public nppearanco In so
shocking an attire. Miss Delmont had
como from Portland, Oregon, whero her
costume had nover caused even tho
most shy and shrinking policeman to
blush. But In Victoria they are more
sensitive. Tho mayor himself ordered
tho young woman's arrest should she
reappear in the obnoxious costume,
which consists of a bifurcated skirt of
serge reaching to or a littlo below tho
knees, shirt and tie, Eton Jacket, lcg
Blns and (to defy tho wind and pro
pltlato tho innovation-defying English
element) a thoroughly British cap. It
is with tho bloomers alono that tha
fault is found although Chief Shcp
pard also says ho does not llko to see
women adopting tho shirts and ties,
sacred hy tho graco of custom to their
lords' and masters' use. The bifurca
tion which transforms tho innocent
skirt Into tho terrible bloomer, whllo it
would not ho noted by the casual ob
server, cannot escape tho lynx eyes of
thoso trained In tho school of detective
service, nnd Victoria's police, there
fore, held that ns a bloomer costume
has two legs It is (or are) trousers.
Trousers aro for men only, and, there
fore, for a woman to don a bloomer
costumo Is for her to mas(jucrado In
malo attire, which Is an offense against
tho dignity of British law. By tho ad
vice of her counsel, Miss Delmont will
contlnuo to wear her bicycle costume
and will test the legality ot the police
Will Suit the New Woman.
That wo are to havo socks and stock
ings mado of paper is now an assured
fact, for it Is announced that they are
already on tho market In limited quan
tities. Tho mother's mending basket
will bo depletod ot ono of its most fill
ing elements when these articles come
Into general use, as they undoubtedly
will, nnd thcro will bo a wail from
Bomowhero over tho loss ot another
Urown Vp liable.
Littlo Susie, aged twenty months,
took a lump of sugar out of tho sugar
bowl one morning at breakfast. On per
ceiving her mothor's grieved expres
sion and hearing her reproachful.
"Would 'my Suslo steal?" sho calmly
tucked tho lump in her mouth, and
lisped out, "Well, I'so a baby; I don't
know any better."
How many, grown people maka just
as specious cxqubcs?
Tho I.lterarr Itevulilon.
Miss Itchier I am tired and sick ot
Isbcn and Tolstoi, and all tho other
writers of stories with morals. Havo
you anything now? Baoksoller Hero
madame, Is one of tho most popular
novels ot tho day Just started In Its
twentieth edition. MIsa Holder Is
there any moral to it! Bookseller
I'll guarantee, madame, that you won't
find the least suggestion ot morals
from beginning to end.
Miss Do Thumper (after playing hor
favorite "pleco") Jlow do you llko my
new piano, professor? Professor Von
Muslk I do not know, mecs. I ueffer
blayed on It.
THfY ALMOtT N.T.
Neither will medicine.
All you need is to get
outdoors and let the tonic of rapid
motion put new blood into your
veins and tissues.
Or a HARTFORD
Boys' or Girl?'
Free at any Col
umbia agency ;
by mail for two
PLATT & FREES CO.
Chicago Lumber Yard
RED CLOUD, NEB.
Lumber, Lime, Coal and Cement.
E. G. MORANVILL.E,
Livery and Feed Barn.
Flrst-cliiNS In every tlctull. Lots of room, bright hulcd ha
aad m variety ! grain. New rigs and swift horses ens be secure
for city r country drives at reasonable prices.
NOItTn OF HOLLAND HOUSE.
samm wmm in w w w rnimrnmrnre
B HENRY DIEDERICH, S
g Hard Times Prices on Shoes
: Ladies' Vine Dongola Oxford Tioi $1 00 Z$
$: Ladies' Fno Dongols Button Shoes 100 1
5l Gent's Oil Crain Congress Plow Shoes 1 00 Z$
7P Gent's Oil Grain Congress Plow Shoes,.. . . 155 'f;
y Geat'i Oil Grain Congress Plow Shoes 1 HO (
?" Ask to see my fins line of
" Baby Snocs, tho Finest Line Clone Around Here. 31
H HENRY D1EDEPICH. jj
Building Material, Etc.
RED CLOUD, NEBRASKA.
fNASE & MoNITT,
ATTORNEYS AT LAW,
Moon Block, - RED CLOUD, NEB.
Collections promptly attended to, and
PR. J. S. EMIGH,
Red Cloud, " Nebraska,
Over Taylor's Furniture Store.
Kstracts teeth without pain. . ,
CrqvMi and bnUgo work n spoclalty.
i'oiwlaln Inlay, and nil kinds of Hold nillnKi,'
Makes u'old and lubber plates unci combination
All work Kuarantetd to bo flrst-clan.
L sa j mi - fi
- 80, 60.
Hi Ui Hi MMiiiiiiiitfj
and CO Al
Notlcs Is hereby nlvnlliat under and by
tas of an order of tale. Issued from the o
f O. B. Crone, clerkof tbe district court of
tsnth Judicial district, within and for Web
ootiBty, Nebraskn, upon a decree In nu. act
psndlnr therein, whoreln James McKle
plalutlff, and awdnst Charles II. liorber, Ai
II Unvlittr IfMiittat, llu.il.! turn. ,. '...:
-..-w., ....i.. jtviiBcit .iiiiiuiii r, iiui
ami HmlUi urolhers Loan aad Trust CoiiA
defendants. I shall oiler for sale at jubllo
.i uu, iii iu. iiiitKov uiuurr lor rasu in nunc
the east door ot the courthouse, at Ited t'l
in sad Webster comity, Nebraska, (ihut bi
tho build rnr wlilirrln tin. i.t t.,n,. nf i
V"u,twn,lolden)nntliu isth day of July
1).. 1805. at one o clock p. in, of said day,
follnwliiK described property, toAflti
.............. w , iiumim-ii muirier ami
north half nf tho northeast quarter of m'o
lunmi'.a . fon In .n. ...,i.i.. ... . .... .i
"-.,j-.i ..U. in timnsillll ltu 151 I1UIII
ranuti teUo (li). west of lliu oth IN U.
Neusier county, .Nebraska,
hen underuiy hand this Ctti day of J
l'Jnlutlu'd Attornu)s, j
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