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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Red Cloud chief. — 1 February 1884

fc".-- StSB -?- m i t The "Red Cloud Chief. A. C. HOSMER - Proprietor FRIDAY. FEB. 1, 1884. LOCAL HAPPENINGS Seaside at Lindley's. A slight snow sturm Saturday night. The finest nickel cigar in town at Lindley's. Mr. Mkek and f-unily have moved to'.Wymore. i)R. Shidlkk, of York, is the guest of Mr. and Mrs R. V. Shirey. Mrs. Dimile, sister of Rob and John Shirey, has returned home. Dr. Baird, makes weekly visits to Bloomington, prfessionally. White's pulmonary at Lindley's. Jg?" Even- bottle guarranteed. i)r. Emigh, one day recently, extract ed 48 teeth from various patients- Mrs. VasGundy of Superior, is the guest of Rev. C. B.Lenfest and family. S. M. Ccrr is the happy father of a bouncing baby boy. "Weight eight pound?. JJtkn's hog cholera and quinsy cure. Warranted. For sale by Hen ry Cook, 23-3m Ocr count clerk, J. P. Bayha, has recovered partially from his .late at tack of sickness. Mrs. O. H. Maryatt, who was in jured by a runaway team last week, is -rapidly recovering. Mr. G...

Publication Title: Red Cloud Chief, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Nebraska, United States
Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Red Cloud chief. — 1 February 1884

H ..3M!KRHMUJi I U ,.-' . .,,. -A ' U zaaigsagagasg&M'Trr feaiag K 1 i.. -A' .: i fZ PERSONAL 1HD LITERARY. ' It agree with Mr. Arthur to be President of the United States. He ha rained twenty-six pounds in weight since he assumed that office. Chicago Herald. Senator Saulsbury, of Delaware, is the only member of the United States Senate who has never been married. He is called the Lone Star of that body. Boston Post. A volume of table talk, or wit and wisdom, of Frederick the Great, has been discovered in the Prussian State Archives, and will be published early in the ensuing summer. A Miss Sheriff, who was practical ly the first English prima donna to try her fortunes in America, recently died unnoticed in London. It is thirty years since she was in this country. R. J. Burdette is forty, Bret Harte is forty-live, Mark Twain is forty-eight, W. D. Howells is forty-six, x Thomas Bailey Aldrich is forty-five, Joaquin Miller is forty-two, James Russell Low ell is sixty-four and John...

Publication Title: Red Cloud Chief, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Nebraska, United States
Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Red Cloud chief. — 1 February 1884

lss fo ftgs5rfgjwql iW ;$ njaftawSUI mmmmmmmm J I O ( A FIENDISH CRIME. ?TT"Ied CoPHonlbly Batch. S e Hnmble Home oui,Mo.The Crime Shrouded in Mys- 7S:encraUjr Accclted rh !.. Sr- Iouis, Mo., Jan. 24. JutS V 'ClOCk afterD of S, PP,ecman' residinS in the ny of Trenton, Mo., walked hastily into Chief HarriBan's office and reported that anewly married couple named Bodicker had beet murdered in their bed in a log cabin foux miles south of Fenton, in Jefferson county, -Mo. In December last Bodicker married a Gl1,-11 5hiscity-nad Josephine Watt, who lived at 1304 Hickory street. w y?un5 couple immediately moved tc m?southonf e P Ridge oad, a few n. ?f F,enton. where her husband fit-.?16.? land-' which h intended to cul- bv the ,? fVnn& lhey "esteemed by their neiRiiWs, and to all outward ap pearances the honeymoon in the log cabin 2f haPPy as the young folks could de sire. Both were industrious, and were in a 1 Maysam the better things of the world in the future. Yesterday morning a r...

Publication Title: Red Cloud Chief, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Nebraska, United States
Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Red Cloud chief. — 1 February 1884

mjffm 0KWffMfftfcfi2t3KBflB(58((R55j?ftSCril .yj.f.yfrsy'' F-. v- V V r 1 W. "" k v V K mF :f &, r" T tuSV ifS Ef V E The Red Cloud Chief. A. C. HOSMER, - Proprietor K1IAY ,MN ''' IS J A SUDDEN SHOWER. 'The noon U tropical. Tbejose U-an like a yearnhur mouth to meet Th Umcs that the zephyr blows Full-flavored with the fragrant heat. The breezy maples seem to quaff .... 'The 8liiile like wine, ami, thrilled with glee, Tu.v up their lo.ify iuutdKRwl laugh Ahd llsj and -whisper tl-nily. A in the Plcht the air afloat The tnHdovr jrlimmers on to us, A clamored iiiiirnur. high, remote. Falls on the licarlBjf tremulous The pent-up anger of the storm I Tim diKtgrowi ashen, as with .fright, Ami. rising, reels in phantom form. And passes in convulsive flight. Tith petulant and gusty brenths The winds conns waltzing as they mojr Till e'en the sunshine vanishes As it were whirled and blown away. Tinrcfootcd boys scud up the street. Or skurry under sheltering sheds. And school-girl faces, pa...

Publication Title: Red Cloud Chief, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Nebraska, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Red Cloud chief. — 8 February 1884

V J ?&.- jt-zl ti ,. . x--!.' .'K. jsjt.- - .-. - -.'V.-cAr nvjcs 'yy - I PL v :- ;--.'? si- -" ""Lir '" vr sr. - "--i4 ' ', v1S ? The Red a ji "ETERNAL VIGILANCE IS THE PRICE OF LIBERTY," AND $150 A YEAR IS THE PRICE OF THE CHIEF. RED CLOUD, WEBSTER COUNTY, NEB., FRIDAY, FEBRUARY 8, 1884, N. 27 VOL. XL r5 I Cloud OHIEF i U rT7T- T TTT rTJl 171?' RHU OJLfWUl--' V,Uii: EVERY EKIDAY II Y A. C. HOSMER. RATES OF SUBSCRIATXOX: One cory, one year, - - 81 50. One copy, six month. - $5. One copy, three month?. - 5ft. Enlrreu at tin I'oftr.fflce in Rrd Clond as mat ter of the f econd fla.. COUXTY OFFICFliS. John T. Bayha, County Clerk, dins. Busehow, Comity Treasurer. Geo. (). Yeiser. County Judge. J. Y. Warren. Slicrill". Ohas. W. Springwr. Superintendent of Pubue Instruction. C. P. Kinker, County Surveyor. J. M. Mosena, County Coroner. J. E. Smith. J Jacob L. Miller, County Jno. McCallum. ) Com. Business Directory. Lavi Moomc. FreJdent. Kob.V. SniBKV Cas Ller State Bask of M hi, RED CL...

Publication Title: Red Cloud Chief, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Nebraska, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Red Cloud chief. — 8 February 1884

i fl ." "'- J? s pr,v fc k ' , ' r .' L-.-- . .-If fcTJJs KSPTwiV? .. tat -f s. - .- 1 fl:w - if Sv... ' u -.? ' ' fcPIL e r- . . :-.fe "' 1-4 iw I' SHE? IF1 AST.' f "- " - - h - v ,, a -&? v ? 5 ' it -.. -: THE "RED CLOUD CHIEF. A. C. HOSMER, Pablfster. RED CLOUD. - NEBRASKA. CUKREMT COMMENT. Ex-Senatob Davis, of Illinois, was reported to be ill. EBiTT, it is said, recently borrowed $5,000,000 from Baron Rothschild. The Senate recently ordered a gen eral telegraphic investigation, directed especially against the Western Union and its recent conquests. It is stated in Washington that the present war on Gov. Murray, of Utah, is engineered by the Mormons, whe are anxious to get rid of an inveterate enemy of their immoral practices. Timely rains have materially im proved the prospects of the grain crop in California, and it was thought the fruit crop of the southern, portion ol the State would be the best ever had. Two special agents, appointed bj the Interior Department to investi...

Publication Title: Red Cloud Chief, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Nebraska, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Red Cloud chief. — 8 February 1884

Mli;i ?, l. J IB-'i, L." acaSitaw.'iai.X.mrTr-r . y.y -T7CT .r v r - iiaets- - - I r 's ' 15 v t A Jf 4 & t it- ?':. ;- ?t $' XiA n ti 1 ! THE BED CLOUD CHIEF. .. C. HOSMER, Poblister. RED CLOUD, NEBRASKA. ANTIPODES. "There is a darkness in our hemisphere: Revolving planets hung on high Amid an opalescent sky. Upon tlie quiet earth I see Moonlights that quiver spectrally, And black wood solitudes that loom Like monster shadows in the gloom. Ah! this is night for us who stand Within n sun-forsaken land, When sleep, the balm of living, dowers Hearts that have waked through long day hours. Yet while I muse my thoughts are borne Down golden pathways of the morn To ancient continents over-seas Peopled with our antipodes; ' And in my fancy I behold Bright shores of empires centuries old. And heights which lift their coronal snow Above green meadow-fields below. J I see majestic cities, whero Summer and sunlight fill the air; I guze on antique domes and spires That sparkle with prismat...

Publication Title: Red Cloud Chief, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Nebraska, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Red Cloud chief. — 8 February 1884

SSSesssssSSSm JgsafflBgBSpjgl : fS!"''1 5? ! i J V?" 4 .''? fcr-$a. , - FBil llKT .9 M I I I -( r--M 1 " - wj'' li ' t -71 " -. 1- -J"-.' ." a .. ! sfiFjw-. S-w'fY -K mx Pi ir'i tor,--. -. !!A- &' lVv, ' w1' r-- V - ' . v- I IS fc f'l f - 1 1.. f-,. A.' yr ft - !,'. nm '- mmsxa 8ilPl:f Hfi Red Cloud Chief. . O. HOtMEW, - -. Proprlef r . FRIDAY. FEB. 8. 1884 Wa clip the following item from the State Journal, in refereuce to Henry. B. Holmes, who was burned to death at Blooniingtou, Neb., a few night since- The telegraph columns of The Jour nal have lately couUined two awful temperance lectures. A-few days ago a. man named Anderson was burned to death in his store at Sacramento, this state. Yesterday morning a special dispatek contained tke intelligence that Henry B. Holmes, of Blooming ton, had met a like fate in his bam. We knew Holmes. He was not a drunk ard. He was a moderate drinker who "knew when he had enough." But at last he, drank too much. Not so much but that he. could ...

Publication Title: Red Cloud Chief, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Nebraska, United States
Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Red Cloud chief. — 8 February 1884

!,ML--MMMaaaaaaaaiMaaaBaaaBBaaaaaaBBaaaaaaaBaamaaBaaBaaBaaaaBaaBa , v T 1 i h J ft 3V 1 The Red Cloud Chief. . ... " - A. C. HOSMER, - - Proprietor FRIDAY, FEB. 8. 18K4. AUCTION, AUCTION! My boUshold and millinery goods will he sold at auction, Saturday morn ing, Feb. 9, at ten a. m. Mips May Bronxeb. LOCAL HAPPENINGS. The commissioners will meet on the 14th. Geo. Gakber was'inMankato, Kan sas, this week. The revival atthe-:M. E.Church still continues. 0. C. Case was in the west a couple of days this week. Ihe He v. Geo. O. Yeiser preached at the Chapel hint Sunday. Mr. S. J. Spokesfield has sold his grocery and will retire from business. James W. Bryant and H. C. Wolf 'made their final proofs on last Satur day. Burn's hog cholera and quinsy cure. Warranted. For sale by Hen ry Cook, 23-3m It was a cow that stepped on I. N. Taylor's foot. He will wear a slipper for a few days. Mb. Charley: Chapmak, of Lincoln, brother of Mrs. J. A. Fowler, is, visit ing in this city. Joxes fc Goble h...

Publication Title: Red Cloud Chief, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Nebraska, United States
Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Red Cloud chief. — 8 February 1884

rjjiZcJT k zE"jH w "i : r i -"---- RjjE rati t ijf. T2 r V t ! i i i- . - - ' tTy ' v -- k-- .- L & i - :' LIS A P1TJSG1 TO DIITE. ' 4. Tawiinr Trala ea the Meaea Reato - Plaagw Tareara a BrMfe Over "Wait ' Ktver, tfoar TniUaaapolls Six Feneaa Kaaataa to Deata la the Baratas Can aad Several Ja jarad. s Ihdiakapoli8,Ikd.. JamSL The accommodation train from Monon, dae here at 10:30 o'clock a. m., bad made the last stop before reaching Iadiaaapolis, r and: was just getting tinder headway when it began to cross the bridge over White River. The train consisted ot an engine, baggage and express car, .smoking-car and ladies' coach. Conductor W. 8. Losey was in charge, and John Bremer was engineer. The latter, after leaving the station, how ever, bad gone into the baggage-car for some purpose unknown, leaving James Nonan, the fireman, in charge of the engine. The bridge was of the ordinary Howe trusse pattern, consisting.of two spans, each 150 feet in length. A speed of about fifteen mi...

Publication Title: Red Cloud Chief, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Nebraska, United States
Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Red Cloud chief. — 8 February 1884

's3&iigaKS&& . )HTK ;,.. i!!33a ?-.- V -it - ' I- - . - V 1 .1 V V 4 I SENSATIONAL SUICIDE. A Prisoner ia Uie Chicago tO Swallow Poison Death Preferred to a Term ia the Penitentiary. CniCAGO, III., Jan. 29. The dead body of John T. Lessing, under arrest for the attempted murder of Mrs. Fred Kouzack, at 09 North Desplaine street, -was discovered in his cell-bunk by the jail authorities this morning. The offi cials announced that heart disease was tht cause of death. A post-mortem examina tion developed the fact that poison, in the shape of potasium, was the true cause. Doctors Bluthardt and Krostestimated thai the dead prisoner had taken fifteen grains of the deadly drug. Small scraps of papei littered the cell floor which contained traces of the same powdered poison with which Herman Korstein ended his exist ence last week. Lessing did not partake of any breakfast when the food was passed into his cell this morning. He failed to leave his bed when the door was unbarred t...

Publication Title: Red Cloud Chief, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Nebraska, United States
Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Red Cloud chief. — 8 February 1884

1KI9 'v "'7 -cr-i,r 3. a. 755 ?; A ;-?. ,- aar;' ,.?&&&;&& ..-!' W-,vIi ; V -P ISSSKSSSi t . teiB' - v !B : i ;-.v3 ij- . -&w SI' Vifc mm i.-j" -- -. IIS-"'?' ES8U & I fBOv r..'--- - Hfe Try cariMs flaawa; A atork iBthf Sub-Trwwury has mad It a practice lor many yean to keep a record of the odd names on drafts pawing through his hand. He has got together a thousand carious names. They are of all nationalities, and were it not beyond question that they are or have been bora by Kring persons it ugnt well be believed that they were purely fictitious. There is, for instance, a great variety of familiar things represented by Winter Green, Josiah Calico, H. Sndds, . 8. H. Stocking, Pitser Coop, N. yine yard, Andrew Wind, E. Coward, J. C. Sprav, L. Coldwater, J. S. Oyster, Lit tle B. House, Nicholas Million, J. Smallwood, A. Littlewood, Kittenhouse, Wodehouse. Hobbhouse, Smalihonse, Ktackbouse, Henry Stiff, J. H. Bird whistle, Wiley Measles. Names as un familiar...

Publication Title: Red Cloud Chief, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Nebraska, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Red Cloud chief. — 15 February 1884

) a: 1 ';..- ,5' V.-. - I?- 'ETERNAL VIGILANCE IS THE PRICE OF LIBERTY," AND$1;;,50AYEAR IS THE PRICE OFff HE CHIEF RED CLOUD, WEBSTER COUNTY, NEB., FRIDAY, FEBRUARY i5, 1884. NO. 28 ? V.Ot.XL ; fc ? "'- ' Jsa " " '' ' 'af'.si-v - .- -' . f- sSfc. I ..-'...- .. ;- --?' ..V--- .-&:- v : ! : " v -V .... . ' ..' - A Red 9lcwjd: CMeb. ; .:;l j- V . - s ' - - -- g.-wfe.jy-T-j- u. -.' .n - ' " , . t . - - ... . i , -- . J: . . - h.-f- ; ; v - ' . . . -.3n'. -.-! f.T The -f , .. - . 1 . ,- j- ; i- 6 IT '? & ( RED CLOUD CH1EP EVERY FItlDAY BV A. C. HOSMER. turm-bv- subscbiitiox: v-iiiBepMr.cDe'Sff.- -v - - cl 50 Wjwjjiyfcr month. - VJ - , ', r'?i Entert!d't5HwioiHce in Bed 'Cloud u Hwtv er of the atc6pVelgy. .?-'. ,;iflohn P. Baylia, Sn'nty Clerk. I ' : .'Chas. Bupchoi'SGojnty Treasurer. -Geo. O. Yelser;onry4f Judge. J. W. Warren. Sheriir.- CJhas. W. Springer, Superintendent of Punhc Instruction. C. P. Rinker, County Surveyor. J.M. Mosena, County Coroner. , ,7. E. Smith, ) Jacob L. ...

Publication Title: Red Cloud Chief, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Nebraska, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Red Cloud chief. — 15 February 1884

l,A3AS!'a;3?!lsi RS?Bj!5na6aiAia-JS 4 1 I v f 4 THE EED CLOUD CHIEF. A. C. HOSMER, Publisher. RED CLOUD. NEBRASKA CURRENT COMMENT. The House Judiciary Committee has unanimously reported au international copyright bill. It was reported from Egypt 'that General Gordon had been captured dv the False Prophet. The Springer Committee recently de cided to throw open its doors to the public, during its investigations, so fai as to admit an agent of the Associated Press to its deliberations. Fkakk Lewis (colored) was recenllv tried at Memphis, Tenn., for murder, before a jury composed entirely o) colored men, and sentenced to the pen itentiary for sixteen years. Great indignation was reported al Cairo, (Egypt), both by the Europeans and the natives, at the apathy of the British Government in view of the re cent massacres of troops sentjigainst the rebels. A new disease, similar in its symp toms to that of Texas fever in cattle, has' made its appearance among horses in McLean County, Ills. On...

Publication Title: Red Cloud Chief, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Nebraska, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Red Cloud chief. — 15 February 1884

--".rwWfc'wwTw ' 35z2J&fcas yteMriiw i w f r W fa J i ' i J THE RED CLOUD CHIEF. A. C. HOSHER, Publisher. RED CLOUD, NEBRASKA. THEN. Kofore I reed the waiter. It was my dreadful dcom Ti get my dinner later Than any in the room. I lasted willy-nilly. f tfiit I ued to dream. And everything was chilly 1-viepting the ice-cream. K-n mildly I protested. And ordered other things. He looked uninterested. -And thing sarcastic flings. Hi iiom? was e'er inclined up. He muttered 'neath his breath. I think heM made his mind up -l starve me quite to death. J never could restrict him; 1 suuddcred at his sneer In short. I was a victim Of dignified hauteur. NOW. Rut since I feed the waiter, file's never oufof sight: unto my wants he'll cater, Oppressively polite. He nums a tune ecstatic. While taking my behests. In manner most piratic He rolis the other guests. Around my chair he lingers. He smiles with all his might: Hi- tries things with his tinger.s. To make quite Mire the v're right. l--thet...

Publication Title: Red Cloud Chief, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Nebraska, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Red Cloud chief. — 15 February 1884

II iM!l..rf..- -r-v.y-v -W-c .JK?PaBi -..-. :"l"fjrf- ..t.-! - - . fe - ,- I I l - w The Red Cloud Chief. A. C. HOSMER, - - Proprietor FRIDAY, FEB. 15, 1884. NORMS VICINITY. A very cold snap has caught us. Tell C. J. that Guide Rock extends to Elm Creek on the west. We learn that Mr E. Hagan and family, and Mr. B. Goble and family leave Iowa this weqk for this vicinity. Webid them" welcome-. It'was recently discovered lhat Su perior citizens were prospecting for coal on Guide Rock territory. Go it boys and And the coal. The.boys in this precinct are play ing havoc with the jack rabbits. The boys on Middle Willow Creek are getting the mitten. Wolves are getting quite numerous in this part. We suggest a wolf hunt before they raise their new crop. A Cowles man is depreciating their real estate. There are a few farms aTOund here that would sell for 6000 dollars, and very few would fall below 1500. J. Bmith is still buying calves. He is one of our first-class farmers. Charley Teal and Jo...

Publication Title: Red Cloud Chief, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Nebraska, United States
Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Red Cloud chief. — 15 February 1884

!fT- -- ia-. . e'-" " ,,. jr-r &?V vJ Jijf J 'TA ra?' - ! - 1 i. n I nMfri The Red Cloud Chiee4 A.C. HOSW1ER, - - Proprietor FRIDAY. 'FEB. 15. 1884. LOCAL HAPPENINGS- Nineteenth. Miss Emma Wells. Garfield Post No. SO. J. II. Ferman, was in Hasting this week. 3Ir. 0. G. Roberts' children were sick last week. The price of hogs is steadily advanc ing all over.the country. Can't the Republicans of Red Cloud get up a Jehu A. Logan club ? A chili) that wakes with croup should have a dose of Piso's Cure. 3Ius. Geo. Lwerty, from Caf! coun ty, is the guest of her sister, Mrs. M. L. Thomas. For a line suit of clothes, or a fine boot or shoe, you have to go to the Golden Fagle. The Ormand Bros., of Braidwood, III., were in the city this week, with a view of going into business here. Coal oil is said to be a sure cure for croup. A few drops administered in ternally will do the work effectually. A. F. & A. 31., Friday, February 15, JSS4, at 7 p. m. sharp. Work in the E. A. and F. C. Degr...

Publication Title: Red Cloud Chief, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Nebraska, United States
Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Red Cloud chief. — 15 February 1884

3BBSBSKXSS J, 7 T h- "Kqrvr k& ?&4 IS SI E HOME, FABMAKD GARDEN. Ashes and common salt, wet and" mixed, will stop the cracks in a stove and prevent smoke escaping. Detroit Post.' .Lace curtains nns not fashionable except for bedrooms. They then have a lambrequin of dark green or dark red, which colors harmonize on almost every thing. Chicaqo Herald. It is said that a few drops of car bolic acid that is. ten drops in ono pint of water will, if poured over the earth in flower-pots, kill all living things ex cept the plants. Troy Times. If compelled to use canned fruit that is not put up at home, seek to ren der it palatable thus: Open the can and drain oft' the liquor. Put the fruit in a prcper dish. To the liquor add sufli . cieut sugar to make it like sirup; let it "come to a boil," but do not let it boil: then pour it over the fruit. N. . Post. Spring Roll: Four c ggs.onc cup ol sugar, one cup of flour, lialf teaspoon of soda, one teaspoon of cream of tar tar, add any flavo...

Publication Title: Red Cloud Chief, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Nebraska, United States
Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Red Cloud chief. — 15 February 1884

JSrA -3Ai.i 1. ". - ..- ) f 1 t PERSONAL AND LITERARY. "Mr. mgrara, the founder and pro prietor of the Illustrated London .Years made his first fortune by selling pills. ' General . Jackson vas the first President to inaugurate the custom of shaking the hands of all who came to his public levees. Rev. Dr. John Hall, of Xcw York, lias only missed preaching because ol sickness on two Sabbath days durin his sixteen years1 pastorate. M f. Tribune. "7:,!:ir Andersn says she has faith fully fodowed Longfellow's advice given her at the threshold of her career, that she should see a beautiful picture, read a beautiful poem and hear some beautiful music every day. Miss Alice Freeman, Ph. D., the President of Wclleslev College, is a slight, girlish, young-faced woman, ol great force of character and brilliant mental endowments. She is very popular with the young lady students. Prof. Wo'.cott Gibbs, of Harvard College, has been elected an honorary member of the German Chemical So ciety, of Mer...

Publication Title: Red Cloud Chief, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Nebraska, United States
Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Red Cloud chief. — 15 February 1884

BMJB!5B ilrj4?Kr,;ry-'Ss? ,w-1 -?'rrX i . ...---..- '-"-mii.fi,' , ,- 2uk-iLi r- ' , . . J J. , W J- JSiBWT-SS-T ll.. r. s fe "'''- ik n rs ItWf. raa? t 4 - -t '-- - - - . 1 R-5S ? I 2 k S& Ki If 4 f? w ll m i St . U t y.s m t. I iLs rv AWluf A great drawback to bee-keeping la the fear of the bee's sting bv persons not familiar with this industry." Many farm- ere wonld keep a few hives, enough to furnish honey for their own tables, at . least, if they only knew Just how to con r'trol the bees. Bees retaliate injuries and interrup tions by an attack and sting, hence everybody who is called upon to make a near approach should understand the things that anjrer these insects. All GmI quick motions are ottensive to tbem, . teaspoonful soda dissolved in threo uch as running, striking and tho like, i fourths cap of milk, all kinds spice, eafe, for he moves in and about the hives with slow, cautious step. A sudden jar, sneh as may be mado by carelessly moving the hive, is re sented bv t...

Publication Title: Red Cloud Chief, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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