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THE KED CLOUD CHIEF, FRIDAY, JUNE 28, 1895.
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Hrr tiro tho Burlington Route's
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To lieuon, Miihh . July 5 to 8; one
far for t tin round trip, gend to rtturn
until Anoint tilli.
To Denver, Colorado Springs, Mmi
iteu nnd Pueblo, July 4 to 8, nno faro
plus - f"r tlio reund trip, good lo re
turn u nil September 1st.
The local agent of the B. & M. II.
11 , will gladly (ive yen full iiifertait
tion kbnat the oest ef tickets, return
limits, trnin service, etc.
0. P. &T. A., OiimIih, Nob
Tired, Weak, Nervous
Could Not Sleep.
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Idaho, says: "I was all run down,
.weak, nervous and irritable through
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tigue, mental depression, etc. I be
came so weak and nervous that I
could not ulccp, I would arise tired,
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l-Dr. Miles' Nervine
'and now every thing Is changed. I
Bleep soundly, 1 feel bright, active
and ambitious. I can do more in one
.day now than I used to do in a week.
For this great good I give Dr. Miles'
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VIVIIUH. II. .
HAIL THROUOH THE ROOF.
Family Knveil Their Htm by Crawl
ing Under the fltd.
One of the worst hailstorms this sec
tion hna experienced In many yenrs
passed through a portion of San Pat
ricio nnd Neuccs counties last Wednes
day night about 9 o'clock, says the Cor
pus Christ! Cnllcr. Tho hall, which was
followed hy a heavy rain, lasted only a
fow minutes, and whllo It covered a
good pleco of territory, tho dostructlvo
part of It wob only about two miles
wide, commencing in San Patricio
county, Hhout Mcansvlllc, nnd passing
south across Nueces Day Into this coun
ty, taking In on Its march the farms of
J. II. Roark, John Dunn and others In
thnt neighborhood, west of the city. Mr.
Ilourk, who was In town laBt evening,
nays the hnllstoncs camo down straight
through tho roof of his house, broke
out thirty lights of glass and destroyed
a good portion of his crop. The worst
report of nil comes from Mcansvllle,
about seventeen miles from this city,
fit the head of Nueces Hay, where hail
stones fell as large as gooso eggs and
completely ruined the farms of C. L.
Moore, It. A. Anthony nnd A. Wllln
son. Mr. Moore, who nrrlved In Corpus
Chrlstl Inst night, gives n very sorry
account of tho tcrrlblo storm, which
completely ruined him. Ho says ho Is
left without n dollar. Last Wednesday
ho hud growing nicely between ninety
nnd ono hundred acres of cotton, be
sides several ncrcs In melons and other
products. Ho had n good homo and
felt easy. That night tho hall enmo
nnd swept nil his crop away except two
ncrcs of potntoos nnd one-half ncro of
ribbon corn. The hailstones camo down
through tho roof of his house, making
holes largo enough to throw n cat
through them. His wife and children
had to take refuge under tho bed. His
mother, aged ninety-eight years, saved
her llfo by getting under tho bed nlso.
Tho fumlly were nearly frightened to
denth, and lita wife Is laid up In bed
from tho effects of her experience,
though his mother stood It well. Tho
largo hailstones, which were of nil
shapes, toro tho roof oft his kitchen,
nnd dining-room, broke nil his dishes,
killed his chickens nnd turkeys, which,
If they could havo been spared to him,
would have helped him mako a liv
ing. Mr. Mooro says that after the
storm was over tho hall could be seen
banked up In the yard llko biiow. When
ho left homo yesterday at 11 o'clock a
mnss of hall was seen nt the corner
of his houso as largo as a bucket. Ills
animals suffered tho IcaBt; tho storm
blew his fences and pig pens down
and his stock ran among the timber
and escaped with little Injury.
MISS WHITE AND MISS PINK.
Tenchrre Who Wenr Different Colore
for tho rarponn nt lilentincatlon.
Two public school teachers In this
city are twins and their resemblanco Is
marked, says the Now York World.
They are tho Misses Fnnny and Amelia
Purple. They teach In grammar
school No. 45, In East Twenty-fourth
street, as substitutes. Miss Fnnny,
after teaching for somo weeks, was
taken ill, and her sister took her place.
Tho pupils didn't know the difference.
Neither did the principal, Mrs. Tate.
"Why, Fnnny, I thought you were so
sick thnt you could not lcavo your bed,"
said Mrs. Tato to Fanny's Bister. She
wns assured that Fanny was sick.
After this episode tho two slBters,
who had dressed alike, wore different
colors. Amelia chose white and Fnnny
pink, nnd thereafter they wero known
ns MIrs White and Miss Pink. This did
not help matters much, bo far as tho
truo Identity of the young ladles was
concerned, for It was necessary to re
member tho color Miss Fanny wore and
that ndoptcd by her slRter. Mrs. Ta'te
told a World reporter yesterday that
tho resemblance between tho two young
Indies was as great mentally as It was
physically. They not only hnd tho
same likes and dislikes, but their Intel
lectual cnpaclty was tho same. When
they were graduated from tho Normal
college they got tho samo percentage.
They aro lnsepnrablo. Their parents
nro dead. They llvo with their uncle,
Dr. Purple, a well-known physician.
CLERK WAS TOO ABRUPT.
Unknowingly Kiok- to Irenlileiit Clive-
Inml In i Very Impertinent Mnmier.
Onco in nwhllo President Cleveland
gets by Mr. Thurber and Invades tho
room occupied by tho subordinate
clerks in tho whlto house. On ono of
thoso occasions recently ho went and
stood looking down nt tho work which
ono of tho clerks wns doing. Tho man
nt work never looked up. Ho thought
It was ono of tho other clerks who oc
casionally bothered htm. "What the
devil do you want?" ho asked. There
was no response. The other clerks
gasped for breath. A deathlike Btlllncss
prevailed, and tho working clerk looked
up to meet a smile on tho countenance
of tho president. In time an explana
tion followed, but It will bo a long time
before that whlto house clerk will ask
a like question until ho Is dead sure of
the man he is talking to. Washington
"K record for rnpld rail-rolling,"
Bays the Engineering and Mining Jour
nal, "was mado by the south works of
tho Lackawanna Iron nnd Steel com
pany at Scranton for tho weok ending
March 9. Tho converting mill made
6,042 tons of Ingots In eleven turns and
the south rati mill rolling 0,201 tons of
Protection In France,
Octroi duties, the tax on eatables,
wines and liquors, fuel nnd building ma
terials entering a town nre levied In
J, CIS municipalities In Prance, LaBt year
the gross receipts from tho duties were
363,000,000 and the cost of collection
5,i00,000, or nearly 9 per cent. Paris
nlono paid $30,000,000, nearly half the
whole amount, and over 110 a head for
every Inhabitant, while tho average of
the other towns is 5 a head.
TITLES ARE OFTEN CLOUDY.
london "World- KipUIni the Origin
The London World in an article on
foreign "nobility" says: In Franco It
la extremely difficult to draw a hard-and-faBt
lino between thoso titles which
arc genuine and thoso which are not.
Tho utmost which can bo done is to
classify them as "old," "new," nnd
"doubtful." This uncertainty clearly
opens n rond to the adventurer. Ho
must tnko euro not to assume too high a
rank or to adopt a name which Is too'
well known or already belongs to Bomo
historic family. Dut If he Is content to
namo himself after somo orchard In
Pcrlgord or Anjou and to stylo himself
no moro than Baron or Vicomtc ho may
almost defy exposure, even though ho
do not cscapo suspicion. In Italy thoro
Is n well-defined list of old Ilomon, Nea
politan, I'lcdmontcso, and Tuscan fam
ilies. Dut thcro Ib also tho considera
tion that It Is not bo many years ago
that tho minor grades of nobility might
bo obtained by purchase. Tho rcpubllo
of San Mnrlno raises n regular revenuo
by tho salo of titles which possess a
very apparent Italian origin. In Aus
tria up to quite recently tho rank of
Uaron was sold to all who would pay
tho price. In tho minor states of Ger
many and in Prussia, beforo tho for
mation of tho Herman empire, a very
considerable proportion of tho crea
tions of tho present century wero pur
chased. Tho innumerable Jowlsh baron
ies, with curious hybrid namcB, which
nro found nil over Western Europe, nrO
tho result of "transfers" by needy mon
nrchB to wealthy financiers. In Bel
gium nnd Holland tho samo practlco
has prevailed to n greater or smaller ex
tent, nnd tho little republic of Andorra
still drives a continuous trndo In pat
ents of nobility. Evon tho Rrnmleeshlp
of Spain tins been recruited with self
mado men by this means. In order,
therefore, to differentiate the real head
of on existing family from his needy
cousin who lives by his wits, nnd both
from tho adventurer who hns mndo a
fortune hy successful swindling nnd
adopted n title of his own free will as a
social passport, It might bo necessary
to senrch through many ponderous
tomes which only a skilled genealogist
would know whero to find and how, to
VENTILATION OF MILLS.
Some Important Fiiclnm Neeesmiry to
Attention has lately been called to
tho necessity, In arrangements for the
ventilation of mills, of a careful study
of tho meteorology of tho district the
extreme range of temperaturo and o'
relative humidity being Important fac
tors both In dry nnd wet seasons. The
maximum range on any dny Is Impor
tant, also, to be known, nnd likewise
the rate at which humidity in the air
may vary In a working day, tho fact
being that thcro are scarcely two con
secutive hnlt hours in the day when
the atmosphere is In the same condi
tion; that Ib, It may bo In a perfect
state for spinning and weaving at ono
time, and four hours later may have
only ono-thlrd of tho necessary nmount
of moisture required for the purposo of
manufacture. Again, tho difference In
tho readings of two thermometers, wet
nnd dry, Is due to tho rato of evapora
tion of water from muslin tied around
ono bulb; If tho air Is very dry, tho
evaporation Is rapid and the cooling is
In proportion, or, it tho air Is moist,
evaporation Is retarded, and when the
nlr is saturated, as during a fog, evap
oration stops, nnd, us there Is no cool
ing effect on the wet bulb, both ther
mometers will read alike. It appears
that some "humidifiers" that have done
well In England havo been failures In
India. Tho mean differences of tem
peraturo of tho nlr In India and In Eng
land Is, roughly, 30 degrees F so that,
comparing tho nmount of wnter re
quired to saturate air at (12 and at 92,
at the higher temperaturo It takes Just
2.G5 times as much water for tho pur
pose In India as In England.
A Niitlomil MyHtery.
First Citizen Tho Increase of crlmo
tn this country Is simply appalling. I
can't understand It nt all. Second Citi
zen No, nor I. It Is an Impenetrable
mystery. Well, I raunot stop to talk
longer, ns I must hurry off to Ellis
Island. You know I nm nn Immigra
tion commissioner, nnd my business Is
to prevent tho landing of all persons
who wero thrifty enough to mako suro
of n chnnco to earn an honest living
beforo leaving home.
Her Serious Alarm.
"Mrs. Johnslng," begnn the messenger
who wns deputed to brenk tho news
gently, "your husband, while a little
under the influence of liquor, tried to
butt nn omtpss train oft the track."
Mrs. Johnson threw up both hands.
"Man!" she exclaimed. "I bet befo' ter
morrer mornln' dat ratlrode company bo
down here wld a eonstahlo an' take my
goods an' chattels fer damages. Whar Is
dat fool nigger In the Jail?" Cincin
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At a colored church In New Provi
dence, Gn., there was nn unusual pro
ceeding on n recent Sabbath. Somebody,
it wns asserted, had picked tho pocket
of the preacher's wife, nnd tho congre
gation had to submit to a closo search.
The lady's purse was undiscovered.
The "Sublime I'nrtr."
Tho empire of Turkey Is called tho
Sublime Porto from tho principal en
trance of the scrngllo being a huge pa
vilion with eight openings over tho
gnte or porte. This gate, from which
tho Ottoman empire took its name, Is
very high and is guarded by fifty cap
idjla or porters.
The l'laya of Olden Timet.
During the revolutionary era In Eng
land both Catholics and Protestants
used the dramatic form as a means of
controversy, nnd the plays published at
that time contained as many argument
as the sermons.
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Application for License.
Notlre Is hereby fjlveti that a petition signed
by thlrtv urmcro resident freeholilers of the
second ward ot the cltv of Iteil Cloud, Nebras
ka has heen llleil with tUn cltv clerk of said
city of Iteil ('Intnl. pntylui; tlmt a license ho
uranted hy tho city council of siiltl city to Morris
M. Ktem for tlm Rale of malt, splrllotir and
lnons minors on lot three (.')). block ono (I),
William's artillttlon to thu cltv of tied Cloud,
Nebraska. That nction v, III tin taken on xa'.d
petition hy the inator and city council on tho
third day ot July. 1'M, or tho lint meeting or
the council theicitier.
Dated at ltcd Cloud, Nebraska, this l'Jth aay
ot June, 1095.
XV. .F What.
City t'le rk.
Application for LIcciimc.
Notice Is hereby nn that a petition, iilgned
by thirty or more resident freeholders ot the
first ward of tlm city of Ited Cloud, Nebraska,
has heen Hied In my oilier in said city of Med
Cloud, prnjlin.' tlmt a license be wanted by
said city council or said city, to Nelson 1inK
tlti, for the Hale of limit, Hpnitiioiis and vinous
lluuort, on lots, block 31, (orlulnal town) now
city or Itea Cloud. Nebraska, in the llrst ward
of the city of Hed Cloud, that action will be
taken on said petition, by tlm major and city
council, nn tho third day of July, ikds, or at the
llrst meetlrK of the council thereafter.
Dated at ltcd Cloud, .Nebnisku, Juno 19th,
W. F. Wkst.
Application Tor License.
Notice Is hereby given that a petition, signed
by thirty ormolu resident freeholders of the
first ward of the city of lted Cloud, Nebraska,
has lieen tiled In inyolllcH In said cllv of Ited
Cloud, piayliiK that a license Ik) granted by
said city council or said city, to John 1'olnlcky
for the sale of malt, spirituous and inoui
lliiuors, lot G, block a, (orlulual town) now
city ot lted Cloud, Nebraska, III the first ward
of tho city of lted Cloud, that action will bo
taken on said petition by the mayor and city
council, on the third day of July, 1895, or at tho
first meeting ol the council thereafter.
Dated at lted Cloud. Nebraska, June 19th,
W. F. WltST,
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Shop South ! the Laundry.
The O. K. Shop,
Red Cloud, Ncnrankn.
I give my personal attention to my
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