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THE RED CLOUD CHIEF, FRIDAY, MARCH 6, 1890.
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For 12 OoupoDi j
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we WILL ALSO ICND FREE,
ONE PAIR OF
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For 30 Oonpons
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You will find one coupon Inside each 2 ounce big, nd
two coupons Inside each 4 ounce bag of
BEND COUPONS WITH NAME AND ADDRESS TO
BLACKYELL'S DURHAM TOBACCO CO., DURHAM, N. 0.
IHty n ban of thfa Celebrated Hmoking Tobacco, and read the
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Lumber, Lime, Coal and Cement.
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Corrt'cti'il weekly by Iteil Cloud I'rodnco Ce.
Wheat C0 55
Corn now 15
Outs now 18
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Hutehor'H stock il OOM'J 5il
PotntueH Q 10
Spring uliiukonii per lb 0
Old liens per lb i
Hay per ton 3 003 CO
SCHOOL AND CHURCH.
Prof. Dubois Jtoyinond, tho phynl.
ologlst, who 1h now 77 ycn.ru old, Ih about
to rosifrii IiIh place of perjwtiuil cere
tnry of tho Rrrlln nendemy of Hcluncea.
Cnrdlnftl Melcbei-H' death, following
closely on Uiohc of Cardinal I'ersleoand
Ilnnnpartfi, will kecji alive the supersti
tion that cardinals ulwayadlcln threoR.
Foreigners who tire not bachelors
of nrt or science arc to bo excluded
from the Paris medical schools, as the
laboratories arc overcrowded, and even
enough subjects for dissection ennnot
A number of prominent rltlensof
Philadelphia will gle a banquet t
Prof. Kdmiind .1. James, of the Univer
sity of Pennsylvania, before he 1ciich
to usHiimi! bis new duties at the Univer
sity of Chicago.
A "Christian Labor union" was re
eentl.v orgnnied in .Milwaukee, the ob
ject of which is "to furnish a bond of
leelpt'oeat sympatliy and Infoiniatlon
between the church and working men
in their organized movements."
The Congregational church of Sc
diilia, .Mo., Is going to make a grand
effort to bring the old sinners Into the
fold this year. Young women are to
act as ushers In plneu of the young
men bltherfo acting in that capacity.
Presbyterian vigor in invective has
not degenerated in Scotland. A (ilns
gow minister, who oppmed total ab
stinence, was described lately in the
pulpit as "A whlti-ehokercd bias
I hcnior engaged inralslngasignpostto
--fome people have been making :i
''mint and liml that not one of thestate
cmrrnorH In the United Slates Is t. Hit
man Calholie. TJieie are no lioinmi
Catholics In the cabinet mid very lew
in I he M'liale, lion In the supremo.
ic rt, and there never has been one in
the white houe.
- Mi.s lllla YiUoc Ik the highly ef
lii it nt janitor ami Mi";ton of Iheeliureh
of the United Itiethien in .Mareellus,
Mieli. S!ie has full care of the chinch,
l.i eps it in onler, rins the bell on Sun
il:iyn. and iillcnilii to all llie other ilil-ti'-s
of a sexton "In every way better
than any male janitor ever has," the
chureh-foers say. She Is good-looking,
as well as accomplished; doubtless an
other point of superiority over the male
A class In ethics is one of the novel
educational features of the Massachu
setts state reformatory. It is conducted
on n plan devised by President Hyde, of
llowdoin college. About 150 of the
moie intelligent prisoners are mem
bers of tho class. The usual procedure
of the class consists of a lecture by the
instructor or a paper by some member,
followed by a general discussion of the
topic. The debates aicsald to he spirit
id and earnest, and the effect on the
LAND OF MIGHTY WONDERS.
llrwllilerlng Itcitilty nf tlm Sulillmn
Scenery In Irelutiil.
To the botanist and geologist Iceland
presents a peculiarly rich Held. The
Horn Is plentiful and varied. The moun
tains have many curious .shapes and
forms; the outburst of volcanic energy
having occurred In closest contact with
the realm of Ice bears evidence of frost
and fire having grappled in sternest con
flict, writes Ruth bliiilYner. In some
cases the nucleus in the basaltic mass
alone remains, and looks like monu
ments or cairns, and it is dllllciiltto be
lieve. the are natural. Zeolites, em
bedded in reddish clay, bits of agate
and fratrnients of chalcedony, are a fi w
of the tivasuies found sticvwi in the
paths leading to the fjords.
Nothing can be moie delightful than
n horseback trip of nh) or l.onti miles
through Iceland. The traveler sees
thousands of moui.taius covered with
eternal snow, outrivaling the. Alps In
grandeur; great geysers and innumer
able hot wells; v.aterlaihi, one of
which the (iullfoss is m-coihI only to
Niagara in sie and beaut.v ; crystal
at reams and dashing rivers; lava beds
of fantastic llgures, covered with moss
that glistens in the sun like hoar ftost,
and as a crowning glory the at inosphero
Is so brilliant that objects m) miles dis
tant appear close at hand.
The effect of light and shadow are
the pui est 1 have ever seen, and thecon
liast of color is tmJy lutouihliing; one
Mpiare fool of a mountain jut.s out In a
blaze of gold against the Hank of an
other dyed of the darkest purple, while
l.p against the ii.uiv sky be.voud rise
peaks of glistening snow and ice.
if within the domain of nature such
another region is to ne found It must
bo in the heart of those solitudes which
M'lenee is unveiling to us amid the un
triHldcd fastnesses of the lunar moun
tains. X. Y. Mercury.
Snl.l ntiirliilit, nn nnt, no royaUr, Adapted
"'"w. iiiiworinimrr. iihii in eTury
Him, ulinii, mom will utHro. Orutiiiitcouvia.
Itiiiui iiml limi kMirnii e irtli.
Aui'Mt muLi IViim M lofWOpcr tlnr.
tin" in it f' I.Mirn iniuin u miiI in nil inn
niiltfliliorn, l'm lii.trumnN, no toj, vrorWi
.aiiXHhorii,iin)riUlanrn. liimiilcH'. nwlr for
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AITORNKYS AT LAW,
Moon Hi.oiji;, . RRD CLOUD, NKR.
ColloctiouH promptly attondod to, uud
Jlotv 'I'rriisiirii U Trmiiorteil la Ulitini.
Wo have heard much, esncciallv of
private gain by Chinese olliclals of all
ranks, and the pitiable evidence of it in
the failure of tho Chinese army and
navy to lw ready for tho Inevitable
struggle with .Itipan is too recent and
convincing to be disputed; but on the
other hand, we can only wonder at the
power of this law of responsibility
which, In such a kind, enables the re
motest province to transport its dues
to Peking insolidsilver.by the simplest
means, without loss by the way and
without tho protection of n single,
soldier. Nothing iinpress.es one mom
with the nKsoliiteness of this power ns
applied to transportation than to meet
a line of puck-mules, horses, or camels,
loaded with tllver bullion. The silver
is usually confined in rough logs of
wood that have been split, hollowed
out, and then bound together, uud each
load l in ill ed with a little ting of Im
perial .M'llovv. stntii'3 the amount find
lie filiation. That is all the protection
there l.i cei pi the ordinary drivers,
who carry no weapons, and arc at
tended bv no guard. In what other
land on tho face of the globe could tho
same be done'. Prof. C. M. duly, in
Some Now Frataroa or ttio MrnntNi for th
Kmbroidcry Is one. of the features of
seasonable costumes. There are many
new dresses shown with skirt front,
vest, collars, cuffy, wide revors and belt
edg4 with needlework. This may bo
In the color of tho fabric, or, what la
better liked, in wreaths, gurlands ami
bouquets In natural tints.
A dress of blscult-colorcd cloth bos the
edges of the front breadth embroidered
In it graduated design, wide ut tho hem
and narrowing to a tiny vine at tho
belt. The vest I finished in narrow
rows of embroidery, forming V's, one
above another, down the vest frouL
The rovers that turn over upon th.s
sleeve-tops are edged with a slender
vine, anil on the corners over the shoul
ders theic Is a large design, nlmostcov
erlng the available space. The licit Is
almost of solid cnibioidery, and thi;
citffs have n vine around the wrists and
a larger design etendlg up the outside
of the arm.
A dress of plain and striped poplin
in blue and black has a plain waist, cut
out in the neck over a vest of plaited
crcpon. Where the waist Is cut out
there Is an edge of the embroidery nil
around, and this extends down the
fronts, around the Widle point and tho
postilion at the back. A turned-over
collar Is embroidered, as are also the
cuffs, the latter in a quite elaborate
A tailor costume of navy blue cloth
has the front breadth of tlie skirt well
covered by a convent iouali.ed design in
chrysanthemums with spreading foli
age. The cuff i aie similarly finished.
The vest Is of light tan-colored cloth
with a collar, 'lhis Is almost covered
wllli n design to n.atch, only in very
u cveu'rtr bollee ir, made with the
'M sand back of pale-pray velvet. The
ft out Is cut away in a deep shield hape
mil filled In with a v st of rows of eni-
nroidcry nnd puffs of ctepoti. Th.
b'eves nw po'ntcil sections of the mn
! iinl lov-nla'trdeMren-ly full. There
nr.' two of these peption". one overlap
',"( the otl or. the lower about four
'ten l.inrer than the fust, t-toth of
I'll"-" have the edge wrouc'it with
llower pattern done in silk", the natural
colo-s of the flow i rs.
A handsome calling costume isof niii
loou velvet and French grey cloth. The
skirt is of the cloth and has a band of
fur at the hem. The front breadth is
elaborately embroidered and braided
and further enriched with large but
tons of the most elegant description.
The velvet waist has a deep basque skirt
and a trimming of embroidery and
braiding forming a squnre yoke with
lopg labs on eitlier side of the vest of
embroidery. There are large buttons
on Ih" waist also. The lecves aro in
bvr-o'-inuttou fashion, but pl.dted in
the form of an neeordlnu bellows. The
cuffs are of the braiding and em
broidery. A Paris dress Is of brocaded satin in
garnet and gold. The sleeves area nov
elty. The cuffs nre of white broadcloth,
elaborately embroidered with roses and
leaves. Prom the front and back of the
cuffs long points xtend up to the arm
holes. The space between these points
Is filled in with the dress material. A
square collar turns back from the stand
ing collar and foi ms a yoke, and there is
n front of v cry inn i ow plait lugs of plain
silk. A vest of the broadcloth Is em
broidered to mutch the cuffs.
The front breadth of eoutrastlngma
terial is a feature of some of the new
models. A dress of moonlight-blue
satin, brocaded with pink roses, has a
front breadth of velvet of the darkest
shade of the blois-oms. On eltlierside
of this is a ensende drapery of lace
flouncing. The bodice is pointed and
the neck Is cut low. The sleeves aro
rallies of lace, and lace epaulets extend
up on to the shouldeis almost to the
jeweled collar. Across the front the
dress Is filled in with shirred silk mus
lin. A costume of spotted camel's hnir litis
a front bieadth of velvet, matching tho
darker shade of the material. The high
turned-over collar, narrow vent, wide
pointed lapels and belt are of velvet
The lapels have folded extensions in
jabot si, vie. These are ointed, the
points fulling outside of the belt and
low u upon the sl.ii t. X. Y. Ledger.
IN THE DEPARTMENT STORE.
llotr tho rintraliK Uuyi-r 3ot to tho
Vt'liiilwiinl of the .MiTi-tmnt.
"What won't merchants nowndays
do in order to rain u business advan
tage'.'" asked the druininer'froiu Ohio,
and then partially answered his own
question by saying:
"1 went into a big department sloro
bust week-. I found that the buyer for
my lino of goods v.a.s u woman, a
mighty handsome woman. I made nn
i.ppoit.tincni for her next morning,
and when 1 arrived with my samples
I lounil half a doen salesmen nhead of
nieand had to wait my turn.
"The buyer was busy just then with
a fellow who sold cheap jewelry, llo
was a susceptible youth and the girl
was stringing him for all he was worth.
You'd have sworn she was dead in lovo
with him. She called him by his first
name, leaned her head confidingly
against his as they looked over tho
samples and insisted on pinning tho
goods into his scarf and shirt front,
to see how they would look. As a re
sult, she bought all she wanted for a
song. That joung fellow's employers
are probably wondering yet how he.
came to sell so cheap.
"Some male buyers nre just ns un
scrupulous, though," continued tho
drummer from Ohio, "though not nl
ways on their employer's side. I went
Into a store Ju Providence, I!. I. Tho
buver ..Iibeied and remarked that It
wan a iirj mlil dav and that he didn't
1 ! e nt' v i"'. I :it home. I eviisnl my
. If, ii' tn in d hi i mlilrt ss and unit him
five tons of coal that afternoon. Tho
next day I called mound at the storw
mid took a big order at my own fig
ures." lluffnlo Impress,
mM flit liSHMWBw 1
O All washint? 19 not while w.-tshinir. I
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i That bath-brick tint when seen in
clothes, always ttroves tliat tkev
g arc strangers to Santa Clans Soap. f-?
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