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About The Red Cloud chief. (Red Cloud, Webster Co., Neb.) 1873-1923 | View Entire Issue (Feb. 21, 1896)
THE RED CLOUD CHIEF. FRIDAY, FEB. 21, 1896.
Consisting of ono sheet of FARM BUILDINGS and one ehoet
of 78 Subjects, DOVEBTIC ANIMALS, etc. These are to
please tbo children. The Farm House and Animals can
bo cut out und mado to stand, thus making a complete
Mlnlnturo Farm Yard.
3 Ways to Get Thi3 Farm :
0 8 Coupons! or
tSGtlU 1 Coupon and 0 Cento j or
10 Conta without any Coupon, to
BLACKWELL'S DURHAM TOBACCO CO., DURHAM, N. C,
find tho Farm will bo iient you POSTPAID. You will And
ono Coupon lnsldo ouch 2 ounco buy, and two Coupons
ineldo cacti 4 ounco bag of
BlasH's Giuine Domain ToDacco.
Buy a bap of this Celebrated Smoking Tobacco, and read the
COUpOII, WHICH gives il Hill Ul UUICI llicilliuiliailliuiiun 1u5v.nm.ill.
2 CENT STAMPS ACCEPTED.
m&4 I Mi
row eff the Biau Jmti.
Dr. O. V. Black, a dentist of JacksoH.
Yillo, Flo., has madosomo interesting
experiments upon tho forco ozcrtod by
tbo hnman jaws in tho ordinary masti
cation of food, and also the greatest
forco which tho jaws aro capablo of ex
erting. .By means of a ipring instru
ment provided with n registering dnvice
ho took rcordfi of about ICO "bites" of
difToron' porsons. Of theso 30 hnvo boon
prescrvod as characteristic of tho ordi
nary man, woman and child. Tho small
est p7C3snro recorded was 30 pounds,
by n littlo girl 7 years old. This was
with tho incisors. Using hur molars,
tho sntno child oxortcd n forco of CC
pounds. Tho highest record was made
oy n physician of 85. Tim instrument
used only registered 270 pounds, cud he
closed it together without upparont ef
fort. There was no method of determin
ing how far ubovo 270 pounds ho could
have gono. This test was mado with tha
molars. Sovoral persons exceeded n forco
of 100 pounds with tho incisors and 2C()
with tho molars. Tho physical condition
of tho persons experimented upon stent
cd to linvo little bearing upou tho result.
Dr. Dlack is of tho opinion that tho con
dition of tho peridental membranes is
tho controlling factor, ratlior than mus
cular strength. Dr. Black found that in
tlio habitual chewing of food min-li
moro forco is exerted tlnin is ccos..3iy.
WOMKINQ fOR PAY.
Is tli: or.'y i-osif'o ?crnccly Know.: to tUe iVIcilfcal Profession fo
Acut eandCIironic RJicmijatisiH, Gent, Lumbago, Sciatica, Neuralgia
Ovarian Keara.fi?, w'-ssncflovriiocs, Psoriasis, Scrofula, Liver an:
KWncy Dfecis,.-. A ?azlc C-n cff-rtcl iii from 6 to 18 days,
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i"iiwwwmia. 0m wi'iM'W.iin.
H.W-. l II IWM.LWF.miWW
Fidelity nuil AflVctlnn of a llor-.r.
In tlio "Momoir.s of Genoval (.'ir.r.l
do Scgnr," anaid-de-campof Napoleon,
recently published, tlio following affect
ing incident i.s related:
I have said that during tho mvturnal
uttacl: of tlio Ul:rn, on Dee. 2.1, I waa
uuhotKed. 31y nnimal had been wound
ed by n bullet in ids chest, from which
j tho blind v.m.j streaming, and ::s lie
could no longer carry mo I hud been
1 forced to leavo him. loading lii.i equip
ment on my mkiuM'th. When I li.nl
reached oiir l'vt itutpu.it, about 1100 pacc
o$, I r.xt liov.n to iv .t bof'Jio tho the, ill
i tono giirf at tlie Ku of my muuut,
' viien a plaiutivu rnuml und an tmts;;
! pected ec.UuU't cau.wl mo to Jinn my
i bead. It v. .is tho poir U",xt, v.'J.ii ll
! bud revived and l...d di.'ggcd itmdf in
I tho w.il:o if my 1 t io;i. Jn spito of
; tho diiitaneu and tiie darlciiess, it liad
! succeeded in llnd'rg me, and recogniz
ing me by tlio linht of tlio eaiiiplir"
bad come up groan. ng to 1 iy its head on
my hhuulder. My eyes lllloil with tears
at this last proof of nttaehmeut, and 1
was gently Mroking it, v.lien, exhausted
from tho blo'id it had biat, and its efforts
to follow mo, in tho miilht of tho men,
who wero as surpiineil and touched at
mymlf, it full down, struggled for a mo
ment nnd expired.
ryijiti ..y ir.iiwr. rtr- .imtii fyrt .yu. U tlTHM-nlHWH IllHW.
lSf ilrrr ck to niiMi you If jou lui
eiei of i tir Nieklu Alarm ClucUi
: IZT !' l.c!
ilm rosil hot coining hnck
f:t-r j mi have onou luul your
Vntvh or Closk Itepnirnl. tZl.
1 o (iiiy ninre tlmn jour xr.iteh In
worth tnlinvo it rcpnirvd.
'"To solid to nniii ollmr plnce to
- get n gooil wiitch uliunp.
4& -& C-C?1 jf C S5-? g?Ty 4., a 33 C?-1-
iimv- t"'nin j nnn a
i.i.n.i w-.iiiii.. ( lj r in rl
ulifc'K itre I'.Iiunit
iiliHiin ti4 illrt
Are We Slaklns Ptegtmu Towtrii KqoAll
ty of Opporteeltyf
Taking tho whole number of persons
engaged in nil remuneratiyo or gainful
occupations, I And that in 1800 finch
persons constitntod 20. 10 per cent of tho
wholo population. In 1870 this percent
ago had increased to 32.43, in 1880 to
84.08, whilo in 1800 it was SG.31, 011
increase- of moro than 10 por cent, rela
tively, in ono generation, tho period
from 1800 to 1800. This, it should bo
boruo in mind, is tho porcontngo of tho
total number of persons engaged in
gainfal occupations of tho total popula
tion. If we oxnmino now th" percent
ago which this total number 1 if por.sous
engaged in all gainful occupations is of
tho persons 10 yours of ago nnd over,
which is tho truer comparison, wo find
that tho iucrooM) has boon as regular,
but n little greater, for in 1800 it was
80.72 and in 1800 47.05, an incicase of
over 1 1 per cent, relatively, in tho 30
years named. This fact alone, it .seems
to me, answers conclusively and defi
nitely tho question wo aro considering. If
tho total number of persons engaged in
gainful occupations stood still relativo
to tho population, tho argument would
not bo bo clearly carried, but with n
constant and peisistcnt incrcu-o in the
rolativo pronortions of this class of poo-
plo to tbo wholo number of population,
and to tho wlwlo mnnlier 10 years
ago and over, thero can bo no other mi
swer than an aflirmntivo one.
Thivn llum-cM nrovo concltisivelv that
wo aro not only making real progress' Sfa
toward a grmter opportunity, but to- Ej3
ward a gPMlor equality ef oppoituiuty
in social and industrial life, and they
completely kill all arguments mado to
provo that mae'ninery, tho inf.uenco of
imciitinji, displace) libor, so far aa eo
clety na n whole is eeinvnod. It wonhl
txi abftird to a-gtui fi-r it single li.iaueut
tliat tlio intnii'iK-tii ii of ii.nehii:ry has i pj
nr.t in ini.-y 111 -ra"". (i.-ii.u-i u intii it
OJvidnal, bvt the fi 1 1. i Iteel 1 mvo that
- I .. .1. ...I. 1 ' . 1.. . c . . l
K) iur in i;) .vi'iici ii (iy 1 1 win in-uiiio
id v .11 (tn d tb 'iv in !. h1 '1 disph.ee- fXM
enr, and it " i-:v 1 i '.:" .'. -"..vo 111-
lluenee 1 1 m"c'..M r and i'lvuitinii by
the tatu..Ya! i-kuiu'. fu-.r1' rj .vc. iho
value of the nrjiinn'..r '.' . Lum
ber ef new oiiii:ig-i, never before
iniown, remit ing fii-1.1 invint.!.'!.--, offers
tho best pro if in tlua dire -tit .1, nnd it
offers, teio, proof that one lino of oppor
tunity will be abandoned when another
of a moro profitable nature opens. Car
roll D. Wright in Forum.
j p3 Neighbor's
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SANTA ClAUS SQ
Says it saves time saves money makes overwork umie
g sary. Tell your wife about it. Your grocer sells it.
g Made only by
I The N. K. Fairbank Company, Chicago.
of ! SM&v
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RED CLOUD, Nl-LIJRASKA.
Insurance : Agencq !
U C VGSfy Agent
oooonooo o (Sifweasoy to Ghan. ScItaJYiiit,)
, a BED CLOUD, - NBBRASB:A.TJCHH32a
Uepresonls the following cninpiinius:
Uormun Iiisurnncn Co., Kreoport, III
Iloyal Insuniuce Co, Liverpool Kng,
I'lniMiix AHourunce Co, Loudon, HiirIiiihI
Hritiiih Auirle.i AsBiiraneo Co, Toronto, Caniuln
Mutual Unnerve Fund I Mo ABHocialion, Now York
Provident Savings Ufa Assurance Society. Now York
, The Uunard Litm Htoaiuship Company, Now York and Boston
Oki'ioe Opora House lllock, ovor Mizor & McArthur'a storo
PLATT & FREES CO.
Chicago Lumber Yard
-' 11KD 0I.OUD, NEB.
Lumber, Lime, Coal and Cement.
EOSS & RIFE,
i . l. ' i . i ? i
l'rr, tlio Anrlrnt Cilesia.
Built 1- ilf way up tho .Tebli Nimrnd,
on n hill nbnvo ru-hing torrent, it
never lacks water e:r the sound of the
perpetrnl fuuntain that g-iinod for it in
tho old days tho uanm C.ilurrhoc. Water
in basins, iu driukn."; places, iu small
mills; water iu tlio torrents, in the
spring! and down tho s'des of sticctSj
everywhere is hcaid tho sauiu bubbling
sound so dear to oriental cars. Ami
with it wot i era innumerable, great for
est trees in tlio gardens, with walnuts
nnd pomegranates, and fruit of nil sorts;
gardens o crywhero, within nnd with
out tho town, mid a thing t-cldom to be
hcen iu nu eastern town, tlio largo court
yard of the Serai gtass grown, with
seats and spreading trees on either "ide.
Tlio bnzaaiH, too, and the streets t-eoin
nil to shavo in tho charm that water
lend". Mowhero ols-j nro thero such
vaulted comdors, tall and wiry, for the
market, such splendid caravansaries,
built by some magnificent old Turk, of
an order since passed away, and where,
above all, can be matched tho oMpdsitc
nieixpie of Ibrahini-el-Kliulil Abra
ham, tho friend of Jod with its stato
ly mininet nnd niarblo courtyards re
fleet oil ill tho nilent shady pool? "Six
Months Iu u Syriau Monastory," O. 11.
A VVIro Walking Hat,
At tho corner of Market and Broad ,
Btrtets, Newark, N. J., thero i.s a thick
notwoik of telegraph wires and tolo-,
phono cables. Lato ono afternoon tho ,
loiterers about tho corner witnosscd a
curious incident. From tho roof of tho ,
Fiienicn's iusnrauco building u cablo I
wiro extends across Market btrcet to tho i
Postal Telegraph olllco.
A rat was seen on tho wiro over tho
insuraneo building. Ho moved slowly ,
along tho wiro, nnd by tho timo lio had
reached tho niiddlo of tho street ho had
u crowd bolow him that would havo do
lighted thohemtof Bloudiu. Ho paid
uo attention to tho upturned face.), but
continued slowly but surely on his way
until ho reached tho Postal Telegraph
building. Ho lightly leaped from tho
roof nnd disappeared. Philadelphia
llocns Lcntlicr In Shorn.
"For j eats," said a Maino manufac
turer, "MiiMMof a cheap gn.do havo been
mado of what is known as leather board.
It is a compressed pas to. Thoro is u fac
tory iiunysiato which turns out tons of
it every month. Many of theso shoes wo
icnt to Central and South America, and,
its a matter of fact, thousands aro sold
"As long as tho weather is dry thoy
wear first rato, but when you striko a
rain you'ro gono almost surely. Two
wcttiugs, and you want to look out.
When you invest iu shoes, bo sura thoy
THE DECEMBER EDITION,
The Cosmopolitan for that month received
the greatest recognition from advertisers
ever Riven to any rjiacaiine. It contains
from $4003 to $3ooo more advertising than
was ever published In any magazine, at any
place, in any country, at any price. This is
why a magazine ranking with the best in
literature an J art can be sold at 10c. 11 copy.
- 400,000 COPIES.
Send ono dollar to
The Cosmopolitan Magazine,
of thft ThomaniU of Ton of '-nc tA
lVrtli uuil tjoiith Amlioy. .
Thousands of tons cf coal aro shipped
from the ports of Perth and South ,Aru
boyf at tho mouth of the Karitan river
every month. It is loaded iu ves-obffo,
sll points along tlio Atlantic seaboari
and many Knnpean ports. Tlio coa
docks of tho Lehigh Valley railroad 1 1
Perth Amboy aro among tho largest Si
tho world. The docks of tho Ponnsj 1
vani.i latlroad at South Amboy nrv
nearly as largo in shipping capacity.
Iu connection with tho handling of
each immciioo quantities of coal ono of
tho nioit tnmbiciiomo problems for tho
railroad companies is to keep their roll
ing stix-k in constant motion. It is cou
riered a loss of revenue )? a car to ro
ciaui mveral days at a given point, anil
everything is done tofacilitato tho rapid
movement of tho cars, both loaded nnd
empty. For a number of yeais loaded
' cars were kept standing in tho storago
', yards of tho Pennsylvania railroad at
I t-'onth Ai iboy for weeks at u time. At
1 times tlii. company was embarrassed for
want ot cars to transsport tho coal from
tho nikie.'. Tho diillculty was finally
solved -ibout tlireo years ago. In placo
of tho long string of loaded cars may
now bo seen immense piles of coal.
When it train arrives from tho mines,
tho various kinds of coal aro s'U'tcd out
nnd tho cars drilled to tlio proper sido
track for unloading. Iu close proximity
to each sido track stands a largo derrick '
with a movable boom extending diagon
ally into tlio air about 80 feet. To this
boom is attached a largo traveling belt,
on vhich are fastened largo buckets. Tho
bolt is operated by a smallsteam engino
in charge of tlio man who manipulates '
Iho ekvator. As tho coal drops from tho
outlet iu tho car it falls into tho buckets
on tlio eliivator bolt and is carried to tho
mil of tho swinging boom, v.hero it it
ilmp) ed in the center of thopiloand dis
tribiued by gravity. Thocoal renieiii.' ici
the.-o p.les until it is requited for ship-'
incut; then it is loaded in cars ami trau5
fencd to tlio docks.
Tho,iiumonso pi lea of coal usually
contain from 10,0u0 to 12,000 tons each, !
and aro worth from 10,000 to !50,000, '
accurding to tho maiket value of tin
coal. It in iroquenUy tho caso that thorn
uio 1U of theso piles of coal iu tho stor
ngo yard, representing a value of from
u00,0u0 to tfOOO.090. It was discovered
recently that tho coal msted whilo iu
thetu piles. This did, not detract from
the burning qualities, but affected tho 1
tolling value To prevent this canvas
covers wero mado at n cost of $1,000
each. When tlio piles of coal aro all
covered, tho storapo yard resembles a
largo circus. Tlio sight of such au im
uienso quantity of coal is viowed with
astonishment by strangers, although tho
residents of South Amboy aro so accus
tomed to it thatthoyiiovergivo it a beo
x w w St S S S $i 't 'X 'X ' 'X 5 '" '! x ijx J
The Coining Woman.
fS-lV i, $, a CB
Ui - " KCA J v?
will stop n coukIi In n nii;ht, check n cold
In a Uny, nml curocun.vjinption If tnhen
In time. If tho little nnrn havo G'roii; or
uic 11 pi vmriiy.
Now York YorH.
A Lott Opportunity.
"And so s.ho rejected you? I suppose
you told lior you wero 0 foot?"
"Yes, but what has that got to do
"Everything, my boy. You should
tell her that you wero 0 feet once, but
that you aro only C foot 1 1 now. Sho'd
havo hiiapped you up as a bargain in
stautcr. " Boston Transcript,
11 Worried Him.
Chaplain Havo you rend tlio death
Warrant to that Boston murdoror?
ShonrT 1 havo.
Chaplain How did ho tako it?
Sheritr Very much to heart. HosaiA
that tlio phraseology aud composition
woro faulty from begiuniug to end.
Now York Ilorald.
Cm $m n. Ti
c&tjj.' .r?. vj 1
Ti ' r&&.
rm v '
Croup is n very
The dlscnco proprrssea so rapidly that
tho loss of, n few hours In treatment is
often fatal. ACKER'S HNOiasil IUMK
DV will cure Croup, etnd it ftlmuld nl
wnya be kept In fJie liouso for
etuorftvticles. A j cent bottle may
savo your cly Id's life.
Tlireo slrpsi USr, 50r, 61. All DrcRsiits.
ACKIiR MHDICINB CO.
Z6 Jb z8 Cluimbors St.. New YorU.
7t ley's spotoa or tfHS
sailriiiioct let laMntU u
-..rnMicib.. i.ri i-v yir
j tar, .cxnii. Itch, llH',
ii-f emrtioi.. en U-o lut.Yij
n hndi. nni.. r..tKTirc ti
(hi ikin ilm ul.ifA.cAla.Jth'.--
rr, bt dmreliL. cf w-l i.t uitll f .! Jlr-. D
bi4is U sv, r.M'iJtl;ti, 1 . .n. jtu; Ji.;tiil Mil.
OlM'tilnc Illrt Kyi'K.
Tbis is tho u;i of tho year whon
tho young man who is going to gradu
nto from college this summer begins to
wonder how many $5, 001 positions wil
bo ollorod to him tlio fijet mouth nftor
ho acquiros his degree. Ho will know
all about it boforo Aug. 1. Somorvillo
Out of .'Musical Circles.
Sporting Editor What kind of mualo
is this "Dio Wnlkuro?"
Financial Editor I gucFS it must be
n kind thoy play with footnotes. De
troit Froo Press.
WT Chhbrrii r't V.nz'UU Diamond llror.d.
(trt.AiiiA aril 'Ji'Tv (ion it no.
-r 111 ri r ,, t , t J &
l' ( . r. r i A $ J IHx ty
tul .' ntt ilcJat lKXl-f
v.f-Jfn, diritx h ji riti 1. Yol.nYy
fict . it ha m uij (irurffiiu,orfmn
IV i'l Mud r.r 1 trilcuUrn. ti btluLlili mu4
V If JliJL I1.it.fi 1 Mini' StruiSitTw
it r ns6' S3 05i y: ision
Kansas Gil, f.fo Sleek Yards.
? ," m te'-.. UO.VUY LQ. INCD
i'..'.. 'H'JI IU Ii ' I 1 II t
Tho (,-lrl islio llvua next door to mo Is young
ro what you want. Loather is oxpen- n,i tlinnuhx Now York Tidoirrnm. 1 nd pergovorlnB.
fiivo.aud you can't cover your foot with it r. prac ices mm 0 n,
for a triflo." Now York World.
Dean Hole aud the Oxford Snob.
Dean Holo, tho distinguished English
churchman, dearly loves a good joko.
Ono day a somowhat snobbish Oxford
friend of his, wishing to impress upon
tho dean tho high social character of his
familiar acquniutanoos, wroto him a
"My dear countess, " and then ncratch
ing out "countoss" substituted "Holo. "
Whereupon tho dean, not to bo out
dono, begau his reply, "My dear
queen," and then drow his pen through
"queeu"and fubstitutod "Diok."
m A AND IT9 '"CURB
To TiTr'. PniTOR ! 1 Invfl an ahnlnf
remedy for Consumption. By its timely usa
thousands of hopeless cases have been already
permanently cured. So proof-positive am I
of its power that I consider it my duty to
stmi tvo bottUs free to thosa of your readers
vlio Iwve Consumptlon,Tliroat, Bronchial or
Lung Trouble, if they will writs; me tholr
express and postoflice address. Sincerely,
A. StOCtTM, M. C, IBl Pearl St., Hew York,
i.- Tli Editorial soil Uaiineis Mnnogomenl of
Ibis l'4i( UuaU Uili (tniraus I'roposlUsa-
m. till lirunkfast tliut
Bho plays tho Bar.in old wornout tunos until
I'm tired of licaraic
And maUos tho uaino mSstakea each tlmo in
tho sauiu unurrlng way.
Bho'u added to her powers of lutbr captnring
A tenor Hat who' cornea oach night at eight
o'clock or so.
Thoy slug duets und popular aim over again
And often it U twolvo o'clock before he
starts to go.
Tho uctKhbore rngu nnd swear. I daro not Join
Wy youtliful hIih havo found mo out. I guff or
and nni mute,
For In my early manhood, in splto of tear
I W. r,
, GRAY, O
BIT tI i 1 1 THlnpi
CAN I OltTAlH A HATEVTI
COT-PL BJmT,r "'! nn lionejt opinion, write to
1W1JNN A; CO., who li.iolinit nearly lirtyyearV
v'Aia'iii.'iii.-u in ii it iniriiL iiuh i tout. I nmmunra
llonsptrlrtlycomidci.llal. A llnnillioiiuof In-
n ra c a.
i K ' i.t7vT r'Jt Sr
pxiierleneolntlio eitriit builnons. rommunle
formatlnn ronivtnuiu I'litriitN ami linw to ob
tain iliem sent fn . Alsn n r-.ituloguo of mechan
ical nml sclentltlo I nokH sent tree.
I'utriits taken through Jlunn & Co. rooelT
thus nro hronnlit widely hororothn imMlowltls
put rout to tho Inventor, This m endiil PipeKt
ssued wecklr. nlcaant Iy llinstratixl. Las by far th
lardest circulation of any scirntlHo work In toe
wirlJ:.,3ayear. samiiln copies sent fro. ,
BulMlmr Kdltlon. runnthly.f.'jlUaroar. Blnl
E comes, -.(5 cnt. Kvory iminbur eontaina beau
fill plates. In color, ami ihotntfraphit of new
ouses, w to plain, imulilliia ViillnVrs Invlinw the
'ttSUvSP'j"" "'"I seeurn i-ontiiieia, Addrius
M U.N.N It CO NliW VOUK, 'till IIUOAUWAT.
Wo havo moved our blacksmith shop
to Iho Llghtfoot builillng, south of the
Intinflrv All Irlniln nf tvrrlr ilnru find
Iguurantecdi A, Uruiior & Sou.'.T UQ
X nacd to ipond my evening In practicing
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