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PU?USnET WEEKJ.T AT
L. Mateer & 31. H. Warmer
EDITORS and PROPRIETORS.
! VSIXESS DIRECTORY
Attorneys at Law.
ATTORNEY AT LAW,
roSfe PUSH: ASD SSL 2S7A.72
Red Cloud, Xehrasha.
tttnty Superintendent of 1'allic In
H. KftWEN. JAS. LAIRD.
BOWE & LAIRD,
t.ti'neys at Law
lEAL ESTATE AGENTS.
W Wt.vractic' in all thz Courts of
m m 1 1, , . i.
Cibb. Marqubtt & Mo ere,
- 1. A W Y E 11 S,
One aTxi wUT h- in atrndance t rnch
term "It 'be Iu'nt Carl f the cveral
icsilirs in the lteiub.icau Valley. 2 1
T. R- V.LLCOX. J. S. (tlLHAM.
Willcox fc Gilliam
ATTORNEYS AT LAW,
Wi.lT'tice in all the Courts of the
Jm?" Collection Promptly Attended to
OFF CE IN POST OFFJCI
Red Cload. - - - Neb.
I. El. Freeman,
!ATA, . -
Bc.v. and sells Western Securities.
T" School Bonds a Specialty.
W. X. RICHARDSON,
J. A. TCLLEYS
Ricltardson & Tulleys,
"Wi!! boy and soli Real Ette on Ominti
io atif? iv taxc fr non-rcMI-nt..
i nt:enti'n ffireiiie!lcc:iJi. Cnr
reT'ulu"" 'idtcJ. A'l letter of juquiry.
ir n Ri- af promptly answered.
KhDCLOL'D, - - - - SEB.
N 5TARY PUBLIC.
Converancins and all other Notarial
Busir.es-vnH receive prompt attention.
ja-iv isitions promptly and cornw-
lyi tatcn. Address,
RED CLOUD. NEBR.V5KA.
JUSTICE OF THE PEACE,
K37ASI rU3I:3 AND m isii
Franklin Coanty Nebraska.
ay CUim for fale and tailorinc done in
the latest style. ,
jlfammcdcthns? Lircry and
1 StaWle in Own "b he
MPle iScSaodations at th HoteL
Good a'les, Good Beds, and Sqnars
Meals, at iteasouiu ;
.of the Travelling Pub-
Xa tWede House.
w m - at m v a i m ' i i i i m i ii
r ' i i! i 1 ; a b i . mj mj
STEVENS fc DOW,
Bloomington, - Nebraska.
New Hou'e, Clean Bed?, and every
thing that's Lovely.
ta"5tage leave this House daily for
mil jK)inta South, East, and
Good Stabling in connection with
To the travelling Public we would
"GIVE US A CALL,"
Corner 1st Street aftd Hastwfls Avea o
Kfcpi on hand at alt time the bet Liquors.
V'i ie nd I.ccr. , ... , .
Eicrythinzof the but quality the roarke.
"" REDMCLOUD MILLS.
Constantly on hand. All kinds of
AND BRIDGE PLANK.
All hold Cheap for Cash.
Call and examine lumber and prices.
- C. ItKaeuiiiber,
Carpenter & tBui!d-2r
Sod Casit ITefeasia.
Ii- prcpnrrd to mak ctimatw amd take
eontraci for all tiais of butldtnzs. --td
Misi! S. A. Muiisell,
"N'onM rep"ctfnUy inform tho Ladies of Red
Cloud and viciuity that be ii pre
pared to execute orders for
PLAIN SEWING of all Kinds.
On hand and for saleaSne assortment of
LADIES HATS, ic
K!iss S. A. MUNSELL,
fin McNitt's Buildint.l
RED CLOUD, - -
Is now prepared to do all kinds of work
The best of materials used, and all
Done on sbnrt notice and at reasonable
Shop in McNitts Store.
Red Cloti XefcrasKa
! Published Quartekly.-
fuu..j- --- . j-v
...I.,- ,nt -lion!, ana COUi" u,
KK-rases, "SL""' TT-
! tions ot more man .w.' . " . "
Flower and Vegetables, wun airec- pobfished in the Kepubhca alley
the kind in-the world. Only centy,Md become subscribers.
tor the year, ruuiisuc-a a .
&! jajflES VICK,
for the year. Fubltstiea ia r.DS"-.
THE OMLY PAPER IN
- -. Jt
Is a Weekly Newspaper, published at
Red Cloud, Webster County, Ne
braska, and is devoted to the Inter
ests of Webster County, and
Special attention will be gi ven t
all Home and Local matters. Every
thing of local or general interest
transpiring in this and adjoining
counties, will be accurately reported
at the earliest possible date.
Daring the coming political cam
paign The Chief will support and
labor for the success of the Republican
The interests of Immigration will be
looked after, and the publiher desires
the co-operations of all who desire to
see Southwest Nebraska settled with
live and enterprising pioneers. To
this end furnish accounts of the re
sources and capabilities of the soil, the
best locations still vacant, mod, in fact,
even-thing that will tend to induce
A portion of oar columns will be de
voted to entertaining and miscellan
eous matter for family reading.
1 Aliwhn ira int proofed in hatnnr m
-"- r . .
wide-awake; hely, local lewsper
Efttrs 4 PrtfiiftKt :
A HEART S REWARD.
Mable Cliftos t before ose eitbC
windows ot her fatter' magwiSceot
mansion. A ervat stood f waiiisg.
She was Baking oat a Iirt of article
wanted for the aest 4mr. Coaiisx
footsteps attracted her atteBtioa. She
raised her eyes aW looked oat. The
crimwo f ask deepened ob her bright
yoang face. "Oh !" ia a tone of deep
regret emped her Ups.
8fce tursed roood after an iataat
cf tbooght aud said :
"Joka, I am not just ready tofioub
this list, and shall aot send it for aa
hoar ycL If yoa have anything to at
tend to in the meantime yoa can do it.'
Mr. Ciifton bad been reading in a
distant part of the roots. Hearing the
door close after John's departure he
''You have not forgotten to send for
thoce wines I spoke eft ny dear?"
"He ha not goe jH, papa.-'
"Ah, well do not make it late. They
will be very busy to-night," her father
haid, turning again to the paper.
"A boon, papa. Promise to grant
me this last day of the year my boon.'
"What is it oiy love?"
"Promise to grant it, first."
"Not in ignurance, child."
"Trust me, father."
She bad an eager, earnest, noble
look in her eyes that her fither did
trust in, and he promised her.
"Well, you shall have your way."
"Father, let us abstain from using
"What! no, no, I cannot grant you
that. No wiuea ! Why, child, hve
you gone crazy? For tweuty-5ve years
I have offered wines to my friends on
New Tear's day, and never have felt
that I was doing anything wrong.
What has come over you?'
"Ob, father! I have never felt just
right when offering gentlemen wine,
and just now, as I was making out the
order for John, I chancad to raise my
eyes just as Edgar Livings on was pass
ing. It needed but a glance to see he
was very mueh under the iufluence of
liquor. Father, his mother i a widow,
he is her only child, and all her earthly
hopes center in him. Will they not be
wrecked, think you, if he indulges in
the wine cup? To-morrow he wil
make many calls. BeautiiuL women
will offer him wine. He will not have
the courage, po&sibly, to wish to de
cline. To-morrow night, most likely,
he will return home to fill his mother's
heart with sorrow. I don't wish to
contribute one drop to that bitter
"My dear, whether we have wines
vi uui, wnu uiui it wia LK3.ii tne same i
as von sav hp will nialff innnv rail " I
"Pf,r ;fvnn hn.,1 , enn .nnM 1
. ..., .. jw- . - u .uurnjuu
not talk differently? Think how many
young men of the brightest future
have failed, nay worse, won disgrace
and early graves, from love of wine. I
feel as if Edgar Livingston stood upon
the brink of a fearful precipice. Fath
er, stretch forth your strong arm to
draw him if only step by step. If we
do not save him, it will be a comfort
to think that we urged him not for
ward on his fatal course."
"You are very much interested in
this young man. Am I to conclude '
"Nothing more than lor his own
and his mother's sake, I would en
deavor to save him, or any other young
man in his danger, father."
"Here wil! be one of his first calls.
Possibly I can detain him long enough
to prevent him from visiting manv
places where he would be exposed to
great temptations. Oh, father, please
grant me this V
"Really, dear, I feel disposed to
grant it, but so many will be disap
pointed. Besides, I have not the
courage to make this great change,
and set five hundred tongues to work,
speculation about the cause of it
Some will declare I am about to fall,
others that I have grown penurious.
Ah! what is it John?"
Just then a servant entered and
handed him an envelope, saying
"A telegram, sir."
Mr. Clifton tore it open, read it and
"Really, this is to bad, bat I must
go. John, here "
And hastily writing a few words for
a return dispatch, he handed it to the
servant, and taming to Mable, said :
"My old friend Harwell is dyiu,
and begs that I will hasten to I can
not deny him. So yoa will bis,
have to entertain y friends tomor
row and explain to them the reason of
ay failing to see them this first rime
for so many years.
'And well, dear, yoa can do asyon
rniw about the bill of fare. As I
shall not be at home, the people will
nnt hold me rc-pcusible for what hap
peaed in y absence."
"Oh, Aaek you, papa, for permis
sion to do-as I choose. I will wiilinidy
take aH ankiad remarks anycnefeelsr
t Kke makiiNC. But I feel confident that
jail that have aeasewiB gTe me their
kiadest wisfces ftr witaoMiaf tempta-
WEDNESDAY. MARCH 24, 1875.
Aad to the
f . j - .!.-? t
, tioa iraa uieir uoys. aw w iuc i
yoang aca 1 aaH try to sake ayelf
.-..LU mnA LA nnt wIr anke
lvcauiqi v ra.. v- w-
m. . .i . .t rii
j COSW tO Teiy BOB UIBl iaj win
go awaj' qaStc as weB pleaded, and
with thtir brains a food deal dearer,
thaaiflnad ectcrtalaed thett wrth
Aa haar after 31 r. Ciifton was oa his
way to ifce tide of his dying frieud,
mad MaW Mt down and wrote :
Dkak 1'LORr : Come help me to
receive ear friend to morrow. Papa j
haa bee called away, and 1 mast navs
yoa with me,
u 1 am particularly
s ay receptioa a sue-
anxioa to have
Lovingly yours-., Mable.
"Edgar likes Flory, I can sec plain
ly, aad I think she is not wholly iadif
fereattakim. Together, 1 think we
can manage to hold him here till to
jorrow, aad thus save his mother a
great ocrowLost likely," said Ma
beL - -
.asBuw oef the loveli
est cirls in P Friends wondered
tlint lior tiirt hid nnt yielded tOsOUte
.4A4BW W. MW. - .-
. ...:...., T... ,. A,Al
one Oi ner uiauv suiLuta. j
did not know that she had no heart to
yiild to any of those who had sought
it. The first season she appeared iu
the select circle iu which her father's
wealth and position placed her, she
met Earnest Addion. He was a noble
looking man, ta'lented, with mini and
heart alike fillcJ with true roolve. To
T-..i K. 1...1 h.n -.irv- nfrrntiv. and
Ji4Wl.l U. v. .w... -,
she grew to love him, feeliug sure the
fiuu? was not far distant, when he
would come to tell her of bis love.
But months rolled by, and he spoke
not. Gradual!? bis visits grew ie fre
quent, until they cea?cd. What it
was that had come between his love
and hers she could never think ; but
she felt perfectly ture that he did love
her and so, hoping that time would
wive the my.-tery and bring a balm to
her wounded spirit, she watched and
waited fer the coming.
New Year's day came beautiful and
bright. Mabel and friend, Flory, nev
er looked lovelier. Mabel had ex
plained her wishes, and fully iufused
her spirit into her friend. It was im
possible for any indifferent person not
to feel their powers of fascination. To
Eiger Ltvinston, one of the first
guests, they were quiet irresistable.
He lingered on, notwithstanding the j
many efforts of a yoang menu who
accompanied him to draw him away.
"Do stay and help," said Mabel,
mod when Flory 's beautiful eyes re
peated the wish, Edger yielded.
Few. if any, went away from" the
Clifton mansion dissatbfied. Every
thing heart could desire or saggert, in
the way of delicacies and luxuries of
the season, Mabel offered his guests.
Rut a her father had said, many
. ? i .
tongues were ousy specuranug juuui.
ad " ffiW
hours it was wi-cly
ri:r. -..- ;;r.
Known tnai .nss viuiuu waa 6"" -temperance
reception. Eagerly Ma
bel's eyes sought the door on every
arrival of guests. She had had hoped
for the coming of one. But the hours
passed on, and when it grew late in
the day, the hope faded and almot
died out She had seated herself
wearily in an arm chair, when the
same greeting that had fallen on her
ears so many times that day, "Happy
New Year, Miss Clifton." caused the
bricht light to return to her eyes, the
beautiful flu-h to her face, as she rose
to receive Ernest Addison. There was
- . TnKiainn in Tit rrf- whn ll
received fiom her the greeting which j
seemed as if seeking an an-wer to the
suspense of years. Her heart wms
bounding with new hope. Edgar Liv-ing-iton
bad drawn Flory to the win-
dow. They were looking oat on the j
pascrs-by. Reeliug along the side-
walk, shoutinc and singing a drunken ,
-,,-. j i l.
snc, came Eigars inend ot the morn I
incf Flory turned from the sickening
sight Edgar followed saying :
"But for you and Miss Clifton, I ,
might have been one of that party."
And going to Mabel h said :
"Miss Ciifton, your slumbers to
night should be peacefcl. Yoa have
not helped to cloud either brain or
heart of any ofyoar friends to-day.
Accept ay warmest thanks for having
saved me both.
Edgar saw an eapressian in Ernest's
eyes that made him think it would be
aite as agreeable to all parties if he
would take Flory back to the recess of
the wiadow, to the piano, or any
where oat of hearing, just then. A
few moments after his fine voice was
blended with a well chosen duet.
Then Ernest told Mabel of the love
that had been hers eTer since he knew
"I came one night to lay my heart
that I placed
1 a vrttA T
woo the heart of oae who held swh a
fearful tempuooa berore me; why
yon will taow wnea x rea you tae i-
rxbte tiatn. -xy omy unnaer cb.
a drunkard's grave; the wo-
n krd arwed him Ott.
u -- T - . fmm fatal
Ha frtw to Jwre a fceastifcl
Yoa had maay guests and amoant, the rate of interest an wnen rapa ar e o 6-we Beer lfeak? wfc
wine. Yoa noticed not and where is payanie ; wurco- vmu - tie morfi ur thwir
.. t V kiL1 mkw Lm w-tms a- V " I
my gUss aatomAedMfshaflteregistenrfbytaecoaiKycier., -3 -., w---.. . j .
uf, le T AJ wot fWormitv with aectioa three of the ' "Cas the top ofycur head is pot- -
1 - '
j girl She w wild and tbourhtW,
aad onr aiht, t a party n ner fth
i t a Kntiw klii nr?? fiim tn tannic
i .? t l- t. .-t...
j vfuc k?. tct imc uui au uc
witre," said she- He resi-ted. She
j taunted hitu about leaving to airsti
entirely beca-Uje he had not the
. , . , - .-, i
control 10 use wine in moderation, tie
yielded, accepted the taul glas Iroui
her hand, and drank, firtaiod.rate!y,
then on and on, in the old fearful way,
until the end came a ruined life and
a mother's broken heart. Do you
woader that I fled from yoa ? Every
since, yearning to return, yet
daring not. To-day T heard wh it you
were doing. IUrne?tIy thankia God
that Ifent had dawned upon yoa. I
hastened here to lay my heart before
the onlv w-tnin I ver lovetL Will
yoa be my wife, Mabel ?
Her heart was too fall of joy she
could not tell him in words how happy
she was, bet her little hand lay still in
his fehe raised her eyes a moment.
and he saw the love
of year beaming
,o answer. Judg"
He needed no
. .... w. VHVHVV-VH- ..--.. vn
- .l.. t :,. .-t. .v.
. m irum iuc iuw iuucj iuiu uitu mc ,
voices in the other room had fallen, I
think some other hearts had found
thoir mfttps. Bat the nair-i were ?n-
arated. or rather rejoined, by lhe .,
turn of Mr. Clifton, who entered, call
ing oit :
"Mabel, dear, to me the-e
! look rather dark. Let's have the ga
i torrid n if en-i n!eae."
And when there was light enough
Mr. Clifton to look into his dauch -
tr piv. h 2-nr a hiifl-it hffht hirr-
ing there. Another moment when , 5uret,to of anv of thcm for n,oc re
Flory came to greet him, he said will. , f m Wr? eapaoty. or for
-j the breach of any official duty, there
Ha! I see why you yoons folk s may"U a of atn if the de
know nuthinc of the surmundiuc dark-endant thcrcm bM' w,th,a lwcnt
ne-guided" by the Ktrht within. da-v from the wndition or judgment.
Weil, have you had a pleasant day?" . rta:re tw. or taore. ""Sclent free
. l j, r..i. .i ..,.. hold sureties to enter into a bond ac
recrets to steal in and uur it ." Mabel
said with a bright smile.
4.r - a ru -,..1 r .
solve, MabeL How glad you will be
to know, when I tell voa that this
morning I closed the eves of a father
whose only wu wJS mway in some
driukinc saloon. How :ny heart ached
tor that lather I anl wnat a uj
was to me to think at that time my j
fl.tncrThtpr wa tint hiiMintr f 1 1 faf:il i
chtoanv youqgma,,." said Mr.
Clifton, his voice trembling.
Before another New Year's dav Ma-
i.i ,,! i,, u.nU r;,!..,? Mr ,
CTa tUt J .MM S .Wt w
home of their own, and the happy re
membrance of their reception is never
clouded by the thought that they have
added one drop to the cup of bitter
ness which ih many wives and moth
ers, sisters and brothers, have to drink
the cup of sorrow which i so often
prepaied for them by .i-ter women.
Scil tad Prsrlsc; Basis.
The following law as to registering
of school and precinct bond- was pa-
ed by the late Legislature and thould
be carefully perused by coanty and
An act to amend an act entitled an
"Act to provide lor me registration
. ! . "..
of precinct or townsl
hip, and school,
Be it enacted by the Legislature of sureties, and the clerk shall enter and
the State of Xcbraslia, Seal. Tint indct the same m the proper idg
section four ofan act "To provide for ' ment docket, as ia case of other judg
the registration of precinct or town-1 ments.
ship and school district londs." Ap- Sec 7. When the surety is entered.
ninrci? PIirtirr. '21 I7H. be and the i
same is hereby amended .-o as to read
Sec. 4. It shall blithe duty
board of Commi-sioners in each coun-
ty, to levy annually upon all the tax-
able property in each precinct or town-
ship and school district, in such coun-
ty, a tax sufficient to pay the interest f
- ij, : a i,'
accruing upon any bonds issued oy
snch precinct, tonbip an-1 school (
district, and to provide a sinking fund
for the final redemption of the same ;
such levy of the county, and the taxes 4 judgment debtors and are tie, de i "Well, my son," ald a Detroit LttL
collected with other taxes, and when , scnblng tbecr as debtor ot enreties i w to his enH-year-ad sob the o:hrr
collected shall be and retaain in the j therein. ; rnghf, "what have yosr done to-da
hands of the county treasurer, a sped- Sec. JO. Where a stay of execution f that maybe set down m a goou
fie fund for the payment of the inter- fa hecB taken, such confessed judg- deed."
ests upon such bonds, and for the final I nient shall aot reiease mBy judgm-at f "Gave a poor boy ve cetKa' w
payment of the same at maturity. j uen, l rtae of the orixuni judg- i lied the hopefuL
It shall be the duty of the county j ment for the amount then dae. The Ah, ha ' that was charity, and
' clerk to furnish a copy of his register
to the coanty treasurer.
It shall be the duty of all prednct.
township and school district boards or
ofacers, iaiaiedntely after the pas,are
of thi act, to furni-h thecoanty clerk,
of their respective coanties, with a
statement of the amoant of hoads
heretofore isned by their nredsct.
townships or school distiets, and sot
alreadv naid. the date of each bond,
act which thw act ameaaarory, awa
. T J
, the taxes hereafter tened a pay
ooaa-- mu uijrw ..-, ---
jevieu uj t twwwj -
fccted by thecoaaty trearer. aad oe
mad remaw m his aaads,- a epeone i
1 fasd far the Bwtwmc far which it u
1 raismt- ia ail
.wnen aaa - --r f ..n . I -" ""
1 J . t..-,m rv.Tri ttl I MMBMBBBBBMaBBB I kU T u& T'
FBW p . t i
! provided for in this act ; aad the fee
i- - i t- ; .
r t. ...... c, ... r ..-. k-.? ,n
k. 4C imkilj U.C KUk Vi (,44 Wtif W 1
, j - T
:j . r .i .t .- . r.i r.v
i p?iu o'ai u. mr cumi;cai jui.-u mj ik
( prednct, township or boo! dftncL
bee 2. This act slimil Ule cSect
and be in force from and after it pa.-
Approved, February 2Tth ITo.
To rrorie foe tj of ta m4 orJcrr
He it ennetfti by the IsgiA xturt cf j
tAe State of Xcuranbi.
i . ' "" .ao M-T ' vt'
, cUt,0 or Drdcr raJtf QJK any '
', mcnt or dcCTtre ?ha11 granted for a
hm?cr t,n,e thsn utae tft0r,tb5, rroIU
i and after the rendition of such jadjj-
Sec. 2 The order of lc on all
decrees for th !e of mortced
lrremie. hal! b- stayed for the jk-
' " of mne raonth, frna anJ aftcr
the rendition of such decree, when-
1 ever the Oetetdent shall, witlim ten
uay. aner me ren-tuioa oi ucu at-
cree, file with the clerk of the court.
' a written request for th rae. Ve
rJe that ifihe defendant make no
ithm twenty days the
f?Jer of tale may i-ce itnrncdi;te!y
' nTfiT flii Tt?mtnri thrnf
J ccc' ya a41 Jaa?i lor tne
! i- iir.i ..i .ti
recovery oi money, except tno-c ren-
dered in any court on an appeal or
!. A it - ? -
1 wm ol crror incr". or agaiu-t any
I nmvr rFWT rF wwrr r tftja
. P, ..--., . ..r,.v. .,.., .
kwW?in then.-elve. purity for
the defeudent ior the payment of the
juucmcni. ini?rr.ianu eow zrnm tne
, 1 i
tIme of rendering judgment until paid,
a ,olIo,rs: -. ie am for which
'JoJpwcnt wa rendered exclu-ivc of
! co'u' docs not we1 fift' d,Ia",
th moni,l,, "d- 'l the foT
u,cu joojjiucut w;w renierca ei
ciu-ive oi c:, exeeea ntty noiiari,
and doe not exceed one hundred dol-
, ,a"' ' mnnth 3J- ,f lhe 'um for
h,ch " rendered caclu-
"""f of ct"' cxcmii 0De hamred
dollars, nine month-.
Sec. -J. Otfieer apprrving iitay
bon-i aball require the affidavits of
the icnen of such bond-4 that they
own real estate not exempt fmic exe
cutions and a tide from incumbrance,
to the values of twice the amouut of
Sec b. No proceeding? in error or
appeal hal! be allowed after pucb tay
ha been taken, nor nhall a fty be
taken on a judgment entered as here
in contemplated, agiinst one who is
surety in the rtay of execution.
gKa c. The sureties of the stay of
J execution may be taken and approved
ky the clerk, and the bond .-hall be
recorded in a bock kept for that pur
,-e, u ..ae u,e ,uree aou eBect o.
pose, and have the force and ecect ot
a judgement confese from the date
thereof, agamat the property of the i
nftpr CTwnpinn t itnl tUn fnt
shall immediately notify the sheriff of
the stay and he -hall forthwith retnrn
the execution with hU doings thereon.
a Set. S AH property levied on be-
fore stay of execution and all written
undertaking for the delivery of per-
Mjnal property to the -heriff, ehall be
relinquished by the offcers, upon the
j- - i - .
stay of execution being entered.
Sec 9. At the expiration of the
ay, the clerk shall issue a joint exe-
cution aea:.t the property c fall the
i oScer hoidiag the aid execution shall
return tneretn wnat amount was maae
from the principal debtor, aad how
. 'rom sureties.
' SEd tl Sections 47 47 4SQ- z6
j 1 or title 14. chapter 57, of the re-
j vied states are hereby repealed.
j Sec, 12, Thu act shaH tae effect
aaa oe in ajree rrom aa aiter its Pa-
Approved x-eomary is..
t 'Cm wl la m a Is "rt A w fc
. -f """-" "
j good ma ur tae aoa:
'Pat, io yoa aaiertal FresthT
trYmj, if V aaoka k limk"
AwHif tire f pie f tit wV
tkere b siArfWc faw fad "
I Prtt'at Grant Lcmj a retd tlw
j eqHafaariwi boantr b2. Off of ih
realms circa for q dom ti rrr"J'"l
as eatlrely I00 1,- 'r< l9
woSd be bencaucd aad iliat tkey la
bored fcr tbc aJoptKH vf the ne9rc
t BjitKSbly true. Hat h a
l.rieapal wowd ?& a forcibly to -
. . ir
j rao-t every rJcsiKn max caw ""'
; Wy estac up. If & Vnrtl
. fw-.. m MW Tml of war. fir ISrtit5CC
: the Has arrunsist wasKJ raternra
i. ,t-tt r. r
arwl tirr'Tcnt tL buikljar til it 10
i - --
1 a tee cooirscjcr
would W &s
uae of aS awa
niw aias. jt ic
i ibe oiot to be bac5tt-J.
The oiBKT irvott rnren.
anaactal Rdiu3 of the ccucty wovlU
Bt warraat the cs;njcdtture cf fo
aaoch money, i b?:ter thoujrs not al
together u?f .ctnry.
The true rcuca e jatct. however
w not civen. and that H th-U the
j proideot lake great lrJ io the r?
:d rcdoetioo of the nation! debt, and
t ....... . . . . .. .
the KlK.O-tvn Bv-c-a-y tcf Any ot
the procoa of thi, bJi ouW wdlj
disirr:mfC. h pbo, is that dirtfetwe
Tkc auioacl of money wlncV the
pg lhl, btli oaU have pliJ
! in circulation iu Buffalo county would
' probaWr wl fji Uo,. f $&)(&,
aQi wtMlej i5 Wt? ja now it
wauU Uta fe. ttS y,
graade-t more, luiaeinable.
That a twbr bul taeti
a la there can be no uucitiun. bc
caue it h an ast of jmtice. A"ram,y
The mwt ex train dbary instance of
patience oa recurd in modem titaei i
that ofan American Judge whoH-t"
eaeinireutly for two heus while a
of wordy layers contnacl
. - . . it
. a,oUt ti,e con-tretwu of an at et the
' !-,.;.!,., ami i!sb:i ended the oo
! . . ..-
i irovcrsy by quietly reniarlirrK; ".o
' .1 ., -t t. . - . 1 I
. IICOSCD. IUC law j rruvann.
Vetcrday noon, a a boy about
eleven year old was going up IU '
land street with a quart pail full of
milk, he otumbitd and -pilled out a
full pint. He et the pail down. hW
ed uo azatn-t the fene 1 rsedhated
i for a few minotet, and then enterct!
J the Capito . I&choo grourK repbead
the Iot milk by holding the pale un
der the hydrant, and went hotue with
a gnn a foot long nr. .:i face.
"You ay, Mr. .nooL, that you
plaintiff leaviug the boan. Wk rs
"Do you know wliat caused tfco
"I am not artin, jir, but I think it
wa the boot uf hit landlord."
"That will do Clerk, call tire next
An Iowa woman went tochnrch one
. Sonday and "ex pcrienced religion."
Arriving home she caHed her chiWrcn,.
about her and ?aid
"I am piou now, and aw going to
give you to dy to get reli$in. If
you don't do it in that ti.n? I will
whale your hid off I haee Icarwed
yjy duy. Po you hear me T
"Here anothrr dvughme-tie diCT
niity," Mid a Brooklyn woman, ai
she found her bread heavy.
"Cut that meat or jrsof c2rc
1 will," id a We-trrn Kntt!cky
witer as he strapped a cae-koife otr
his boot leg. The guet was one of
rnur liartiai, ,wn fnjm. t... ,nJ
. , .f .
Several factories have cocraw-ncfatl
to manufacture band bote six feet
high intended for the "cotaing bon
neL" A Newark chp, who, oa short ac
quaintance, married a widow, ran
' awa wbca bc discovered that as wa?
, lhc tBOtr,er ot two children.
A Texa female compoi:or can ct
1 two column? of bourgeot- per day and
. have plenty of time left tor break wild
: horses to rJdlc;
j , - , , , . , .
L t - i -t. i. - t.
take a wg sntu of hartuhorn at a joke?
f, , . , . j . ..
.g TTtr 3 Z?V;rT
, bre I ,K' '
i ftls "
chanty is always right. Me was aa'
orpnia twy, was us ;
J "I didn't op to a-k." icfSkd fW
oy, i gave a.ur e aoney r hcx-
j mg a boy who ptt ia my &mt
j A prctBla,Bt fe. Ua'Tcrmlkc
j WJae mMha warried a .fe..
. wUolf feKT jy Z3gi .t,
weej- y. rejmricti 10 4 fnead, WI war
lRsi whcs X uiutxaA there wa ao
'M ty p hot bewwxx os ks tack.
j . t.
, , , ,
oaeciFraeref the nwJt, the" oM
kaather, aad adg hder th -!-
! fee J reqreJ tfwak
1 -.. .. w.- --7 , fmj avou-
mat t liW
9e TJespectraBy Solicited.
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