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THE RED CLOUD CHIEF, FRIDAY, APRIL 24, 1896.
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ilru Hum of Noinuro I nr lt's,l llrst pulillcntlor
1.00; for ciicli uliseiiii'iit piililicjitliin, m i
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03, Fast Frcluht, l.v ll:lla. in. Ar 10:30a. tn
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Corrected weokly by Ited Cloud rrodiico Co.
Wheat &0fj 55
Corn new 20
Oats now is
Hoga ft3 10
Butchor'B stock 2 0002 50
Unringchickona peril) (J
Old hona por lb fi
Hay per ton 3 003
Kalit'o lw tliu IMbllv.
I am now in full posBCRaion of tha
city liTory, nalo, aad faed atiible, and in
Tlte my friemln to call whon in nood et
good taamt anil hugnies.
II , ruKjfis I'oit kulDi.nci:
Team, to hay 15 cants,
Slngla horaa, to hay 10 canta.
11-COd J. 11, Davis.
ii in . ii 1
The Nobraska and Kaunas Farmer
is giving Oscar Glomon'a horta
book, valued at 13, with one year's
ubaoription for 50o
, The Ghtuago Iutor-Ooein and
The Fanner, for one year. ... 60o
The Now York Tribune and The
Tbe Dream City and Farmer for
ooe year ftOi
Tbe Ceimopolitaa magaaiae and
Farmer for one year tl 00
The SiWor Knight and The
The Sstni-Woekly State Journal
and Fanner, one vo&r 90o
Omnha World-IIcru'ld and Tho
Sent to any address on rccoipt of
Neuuaska and Kan.sah Faumeu,
Hod Cloud, Nob.
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whether 16 oz., 8 or., 4 ox., or
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that we will supply them with soap
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supply of OBNUlNiB DURHAM at
occe, and Insist on getting your
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notice aad sand It with
This J as. Boss Watch
With a 17 jewaled Dubtr work In it luv
few tqanl and 110 aapnriors for botiit;
durability aad time knapiui;. Any ni
'litl!itf k raally lit" wtti or n'elnok wt
do wall tocail aa I'amnnti mill gat li
print Imfor galug el'ewhf rn
If yon naad Sptatnelos I run lit y
oarraatly and will kutmk lilt, tunkit off
nay prlca In tlit city. Ilm?n Hun In
Laatliar halt-, O0I1I m id Silver Utl -Ijuag
Gala" tad A Wrr Wutoli CiimIiih an
Opal ItiMB-a nr ta ltat in nnr lino fi
lailia. Call ia ami e tliam.
"If your wattli linn liaan run oror li
a wak'nu, klakr-il Iit n malt- ir ruiiiail i
inotiupattat workman lirlatf it to lat,
will tarn it on umxl aa ntw. nlno jim
o'.eek and jawalry rrptirwark.
(Jsidi paiil far old Kild aad ullrar.
U.BBMrMlMl.HM. lUldh. iaHm-
A. P. T. L.
The American Protective Tariff League
is a national oiganization advocating
"Protection to American Labor and
Industry" as explained by its constitu
tion, as follows :
" Tli otijnct of thin Liu hall ba to prsUet
Amtn;an Itlirr hy tariff n import,, which shall
dqunLly iNiiri Anienctn induitntl product!
a(tinit th eompttition of fortign Ubor.
Thcru are no personal or private
profits in connection with tho organiza
tion and it is sustained by memberships,
contributions and the distribution of its
FIRST: Corrttpondanca la tollcittd ratrding
" Mambtrthip " and ' Official Corraipondantt.'
QESOND: Wanaadand waleomacontributiona,
whathar imall or larga, to our cauta.
THIRD: Wa publiah a larga lint of dooumanta
tovarine all phaaaa of tha Tariff quaition. Com
platt aat will to mailod to any addraaa for DO etnta.
FOURTH: 6anr poital card raquait forfrta
aampla copy of thn " Amarican Economist."
Addraii Wilbur F. WaKaman. Qanaral6ecratanh
t3S Wait S3d 8traat. Now York.
im yosi, work is Peiieciion.
itie Densiore, me iiotii Running Densmore.
1(319 Furnam St, Omaha, Nab.
A.C. Uoiratr, At.. Ked Cltud, Neb.
Kansas City, Mo., Stock Yards.
fa VMbhSEt FecdersFumhhca
I W. T. GRAY, Office. Market IUporU Fna.
mi talia ltaktaa aaJ
S1D1 TYPEWRITERS !
We 1-o.a My Fraud.
In 1880 tho United States exported
cheese to the valuo of $12,170,000. In
1894 the Unlcd States exported cheese
to the value of $7,180,000 a decrease In
exports In fourteen years of 40 per cent
In 1880 Canada exported cheese to the
valuo of $3,000,000. In 1894 Canada
exported cheese to the value of $15,500,
000 an Increase In fourteen years of
nearly 400 per cent.
In Canada the mnnufacturo of filled
and skimmed cIiccho is prohibited by
law, eked tip by strong public senti
ment, 'rom tho humblest cheesemaker
to tho Rhest government officials tho
entrglcs of the people havo been bent
toward honest, wholcsomo cheese and
In this country, In marked contrast
with Canada, many people havo been
working to prodttco cheaper cheese and
not better cheese. Within our own
stato trado has been greatly Injured In
pnat yeara by skimmed chceso and more
recently by filled cheese. This has now
been stopped by law. Illinois manu
factures enormous quantities of filled
cheese each winter, branding much of
It as Wisconsin goods, thus stealing
what should be a good namo and break
ing down our markets with a fraud
New York and Wisconsin are the
great cheese-exporting states. Wiscon
sin la by naturo tho greatest cheese
state in the Union, made so by the nat
ural adaptation of tho soil to nutritious
grasses, the puro waters and tho cool
nights In summer time.
Our commonwealth has lost millions
of dollars becnuso of tho laxness of our
own people In tho matter of high qual
ity and honest goods, and now that re
formation has como all otir good acta
will count for little, so long aa other
stntea make fraud cheeso and brand
them Wisconsin made.
Wo need a United States law which
shall place filled cheese In the same
category with oleomargarine, licensing
the manufacturers producing It, plac
ing n small lax on each pound manu
factured, and holding up its Identity
until It reaches tho consumer. W. A.
Henry, University of Wisconsin.
Our Vnatcr Mother.
At a dairy meeting In New York, re
ported by the Country Gentleman, J. S.
I have traveled over a largo part of
this stato and have been in many sta
bles. I address the brightest and most
intelligent body of dairymen In tho
state; and aa I saw how tho cows had
been treated, I made a vow to say some
good words for our real foster mother.
Many barns and stables are not over 7
feet high, often not over 6' feet. There
are stables so dork that If the door is
shut It Is necessary to have a lantern to
sco by In midday. Some nro very cold;
Bomo aro damp and dripping. A stnble
20 by 45, by 6 feet had 20 cowa In It,
weighing over 1,000 pounds each, and
Aero were no ventilators. Not 100 tulles
from Syracuse I saw n stable 45 by 24
by 7 feet, In which there wero 32 grade
Jersey cows, weighing over 700 pounds
e-nch. Thin means only 2G8 cubic feet of
air spaco for each cow, and la equiva
lent to putting a man of average alzc
into a box measuring G feet by 34 Inches
width and 35 Inches height, with no
ventilation. In 90 per cont of the sta
bles, also, the cowa are kept in tho old
fashioned rigid stanchions. God pity
tho heart of him who confines his cows
in this way for 24 hours of the day, und
makes them sleep, or try to sleep, In the
Many farmers feed all dry food
through the winter, with no succulence
whatever. Oat Btruw unit corn intui arc
all fat; they contain no bone or muscle,
and yet farmers think they arc feeding
well when they give their cows this ra
tion. Many cattle get drink only once
in 24 hours during the wluter, when
they are turned out into the stable
yard, and tho water is cold enough to
chill them all through. From such con
ditions as I have described, cowa often
becomo distorted and deformed, with
thouldcrs out of Bliapo and bunches on
ho kneos, the result of rigid aUnchions.
rheso aro not fancy sketches; I have
icon them many a time.
The farmer should study his cowa,
raise tho height of Btables, learn more
)f cow-ology. The cow 1b 90 per cent
Wisconsin Dairy Statistics. A phe
nomenal incrcaso In tho dairy industry
m Wisconsin during tho past ten years
is shown by the stato censua returns for
1895, now being compiled. The census
returns show there aro now in the state
1,325 cheese factories, valued at $959,531,
Mid 729 creameries, valued at $1,550,707.
Tho greater number of these hnvo been
trcctcd during the post ton years. Tho
entire number of cattle and calves on
aand, Including cows In 1895, was
1,543,899, valued at $26,062,508.16. This
year tho uumber of milch cows 2 years
Did aud over lu tho state Is 842,039,
rallied at $17,442,144, and the cattlo aud
;alvca, Including milch cows, aumber
1,352,827, valued at $38,900,766, In 1885
,ho number of pounda of cheese report
id was 33,478,900, valued at $2,984,813.92,
while this year tho number of pounds
;cported was 52,480,816, and the valuo
3,984,103. In 1885 the number of
pounda of butter reported waa 36,240,
131, valued at $5,850,402.50. This yoar
;ho number of pounds reported was 74,.
153,730, and tho value $12,310,373.
H. B. Gurler thinks the first raove
r a dairy farmer wa baa not tasted
lis cowa, should, be to have them tested,
ind become acquainted with them U41
ridually. Weed out all tha unsroaUab4e
tsea. Then select a bull from aerae
rASE & MoNITT,
ATTORNEYS AT LAW,
Moon Block, - KED CLOUD, NEB.
Collections promntly nttended to, and
How Onn Fanner hucucdrnl.
"Well, Wallace, you seem to be pretty
nicely fixed here on a farm which, when
I left the country ten yeara ngo, was
not considered worth much. You don't
mean to say that this nice house and nil
there Is In It, nnd those two extra barns,
and nil tho numerous other Improve
ments grew out of an old run-down
farm, do you?"
"Can't eny that they exactly 'grew'
out of it, Uncle John, but they wero
dug out of it by hard work, coupled
with good management and thrift. As
you Bay, tho old placo was all run
down, and many of my friends Bald I
was a fool settle down on a western
Now York farm In such shnpo as this
when I could go nto tho far west
and get hold of a prnirlo farm which
woud be so much easier worked. Uut
Martha did not like to go very fnr
away from her old father nnd mother,
nnd besides, I thought that I saw post.1
bllltleti hero of success, and so I re
solved to try It.
The fnrm wap encumbered with
a mortgage for one-third Its
price. I took possesion tho
last of February, and nftcr looking it
over pretty thoroughly, I Btaked off
four acres, lying on a sunny slope, nnd
prepared to devoto this pint to market
gardening. I went to the city and cn
gnged a gardener, and with his aid put
the ground In tip-top shape with fertil
izers, as soon as It could be done, and
started plants In cold frames and hot
beds that I might be on hand with tho
enrllest of the early vegetables. You
should have heard some of the doleful
predictions of my friends nnd neigh
bors. My extravagance nt hiring a
gardener and paying him considerably
more than an ordinary farm hand could
be got for was only to bo matched by
my folly in supposing that I could dis
pose of such an acreage of green truck
if I succeeded in raising it. You boo
mnrket gardening was not carried on
then as much ns It is now, and eight
miles from market was considered a
"To cut the Btory short, the flrBt
peaaon my garden paid my help and my
household expenses, put n new founda
tion under my barn, and did somo tile
draining. This left my hay, corn, po
tato and Bitch crops to be sold toward
reducing the mortgage. But oh, how I
worked that summer and tho three or
four following! Every other morning
in the week I had to get up at 3 o'clock
und start off to the city with a load of
green stuff anJ It would bo noon before
I could dispose of it and get bnck.
Then, after a good dinner nnd an hour's
rest, I'd plunge into hard work ngaln
and keep at it as long ns I could see.
But I was young nnd strong ns well aa
ambitious. My wife was my best as
sistant, for no matter how hard a man
works outdoors, if the household mat
ters aro not managed with thrift and
economy, ho can't get abend much. Sho
had a strong Gorman girl to help her,
but Mnrtha was at the helm, early and
late, to seo that things were going rlgtit
with no waste. She was never lacking
In expedients nnd tact."
"I Bee," said Undo John, admiringly,
"you struck a scientific track getting
out of tho ruts that our fathers and
grandfathers jogged along In."
"You're right. Though I was brought
up on n farm, I didn't think myself so
wise that books and papers could not
teach me anything. In addition to two
good rural papers, I procured every
other help I could, and ns you remarked
at tho outset, have something to show
for 'book farming,' combined with hard
work. Now we're In circumstances to
take It easy and see Eomethlng of the
The wrlter'B only excuse In prepar
ing this sketch is that It Is written from
life, and tho farmer described Is not yet
40 years old. Helen L. Manning in
Vie of Tuberculin.
Wo havo Just heard of the following
facts In connection wiui the uso of tu
berculin, says the Rural New Yorker.
Three cows were tested several yeara
ago and gave the usual reaction. They
wero taken out of the regular stablea
and put in sunny box stalls and given
the best sanitary conditions. The fol
lowing year they were tested again, and
ngaln reacted. The next year they were
again tested, but failed to react. After
they were slaughtered, an examination
of the lungs showed that the disease had
been stopped tho scare or marks show
ing bow far It had gone. This suggesta
two things: Sunshlno nnd a perfect san
itary condition is the best "consump
tion cure." Many herds nro undoubt
edly weakened and mndo moro liable to
the disease by bolng kept In dark, filthy
and poorly ventilated Btables. Another
thought Is that while tuberculin muy
prove an nccurato test for tho prcsonco
of the dlFcase, It docs not follow that
every cow that shows tho reaction
should bo killed at once. A covv may
havo tho gerni3 of tho disease In her
system nnd yet bo bo well cared for
that she will entirely recover.
Blood Tells. Recently 308 American
beeves wero sold in Ixmdon at 7 centa
per pound, an average price of $97,58,
tbe herd bringing the snug sum of $30,
054.64. The Polled Angus In this ship
ment brought full $100 each; tho Here
ford a came next, and next the Short
horns. The average weight waa 1,3(0
pounda. These beeves, It to aald, reached
their destination without loss and ao
tually la better condition than wheft
placed on shlpbeard. This shows that
the cattle were carefully managed tap
to the day ef sate, aad that the breet
Cfclakaatea'a KutU UtMadHmad.
unflaai only Urn Dine.
a.a,t !'; (raiaua.
urn i till kr CAfrfr
umJ ilrand n Htdt&i
be it aralaxl with blua rib
nnatkora HtfU4t datwroui 1
fiotaj and atUalMAi. A I I)f atari all. oranli
la itampd) for jift(cuUrt, leitliao&UU tJ
"UelUf for follfVMnltfr.bjrrtara
niuii ivivvu iBwuiuvuiajtB nam ruprr,
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Profitable Sheep. In these days of
low prices nnd general depression only
systematic sheep husbandry can bo
made profitable. In tho better times
when any lamb would (sell for 5 cents
per pound, and wool would bring a
luartcr, any slouch could make money
ut of sheep. Ex.
Happiness Is not found In getting the
t11. but In giving It up
I the external indication of a cm
lition of the blond which produce, a
icry irritation almost unbearable. I ia
1 mistake to think that this local irtta
tion is the disease itself it is sinipl-nn
:vidcuccof a disoriluicd condition ofthe
Wood. The scat of the disease is iutlic
blood, and this is why the various saves
md ointments ustinll'y applied hat: no
(feet whatever. They cannot posibly
reach the origin of the trouble; oily a
blood remedy can do that. S. S.S. is
without an equal for blood disease and
promptly and permanently cures Kyema
'itnl removes nil taint.
Much torture could be avoided f the
firt.t itchini: symptoms were hccdtl aud
a course of S.&.S. taken promptly, is ap
parently insignificant H.in iirittions
u-u'tlly" develop into the worst form
of ICccma unless properly treated
It nutters not what other ticaiiicnt
has liecti tried in vain, S. S. S. Quays
L'i'ts nt the seat of the disease and
forces it out.
Mr. William Armstrong, an oldresi
dent unit highly respected citi.ti of
iiu I'ere.Wis., writes 011 April ls.t,'.8j6.
MR. WIMJAM ARMSTO&
"I have been a sufferer for eigl years
with that horrible disease, Kcaua, at
times nil over my body, nnd ucpt-rson
can describe the burning nnd ihiug I
had to endure. '
"The extent of my sufferingican be
appreciated when I state thnt.y con
dition was such that I could )t take
my bed, and for three month never
laid down, but was compelled ;f sit in
my chair when not moving ariinl. I
was treated by the best of plsicians
with no success, aud tried nil tl patent
medicines recommended forj.ceum,
without any good results. I tin went
to the Indiana Mud baths, withies.ime
results, nnd then to Mt. Clcnnts, the
celebrate 1 medical resort, wire the
treatment partially helped nitbut the
disease- shortly returuel. J vent to
lHoridn, thinking that 11 char. of cli
mate aud water nnd the elm fruit
miuht cure me, but found 110 ce.
"I then tried S.S.S.amlniterirccilays
the burning and itching Miblcil, nud
I continued to improve stead until I
was well entirely cured. Iter com
mencing S. S. S. I never pntn exter
nal application to my hmbi any part
of my body. You nmy refer) me any
person suffering from Hcct. I will
always keep the S. S. S. iny house,
fur I consider it the best htooMicdiciiie
of the present age. 1 am sevty years
of age nnd nm now in perfet health."
l'or real blood diseases roll can only
be obatiucd by using n real lod reme
dy. So many people who a sufferers
from an obstinate or dcep-sted lilood
disease make the mistake of Aing rem
idles which at best are onlymics nud
cannot possibly reach their table. It
is in just such cases which ott so-called
blood remedies caunot reachut S.S.S.
baa made aomi of the niMlonderful
S. S. 8. carea perm anew Cancer,
Catarrh, Rheumatism, Heap, Tetter,
Contagious Blood PoUon, Itfula, and
all other diseases having th origin in
the blood. It is a gj
A Real Blood &iedy,
and gets at the seat of diseaiuid forces
it out promptly even after etr so-called
blood remedies have failed.S. S. S. is
guaranteed purely vegetal
Hooks on blood and skis, cases will
lie mailcu Jree to any atUbt by Swift
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Extracts teeth without pain.
Crown anil liriiltio work h spcclnlti
porcelain Inlay, mm nil kinds of gold nillom.
Makes told ami rubber plates and cumbinatlea
l work iniHraiitead to ha flrst-oUss.
Notice to 'ii'ut'iicm.
Notice is hereby given that 1 will
examine all persons who may desire
to offer theuiKolvcH as candidates for
teachers nfthu public aolioola of this
oouuty, nt lied Cloud on tho thirtJ
Saturday of each mouth.
Special examination will li,i held
on tho Friday proceeding the Hd at
urday of eaoli month.
The standing desired fr 'Jd and
3d crado oi-rlitinntos is tint -.nine no
grado bolow7( per iint., avengr 80
por coin; lor lirst grade nertiuoatc
no grado below 80 por oi'iit., ivtrrago
90 per cont. in all biaiiohtm required
P. M. TTiTNTr.it Cmiiirv yurn.
No Air, No Life.
s w o 1 1 e n
Acker's English Remedy
reduces the inflammation,
so the patient breathes
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says: "When threatened with
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