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THE RED CLOUD CHIEF.
The Red Cloud Chief.
TNE KB CUM CPIT
rriLIillD XTKET TaTUUDAT AT
us clous, mum.
M. L. THOMAS,
Mltex- aael aVwprlaiwr.
Uhwrei. m4 w9I ha
UBI rigiUnce is ike price mf Liberty ." $200 fer tt tAe jriee f ike Red CUud Chief. "
ll.CO per jagy, lanrUWj is Alvaae
RED CLOUD, WEBSTER CO, NEBRASKA THURSDAY. MAR. 20 1S79.,
AM traaeieat ad
he pU fr ta ad
i - - .
aasrriHaTS who do set receive tBrlr aaaer
regularly, will confer a fvr by Betifyiac u f
tbe fact at once.
Correspondence solicited froB all parti of be
CosDtr aad But. ea assttcra of gaaeral star
la bo eaia ara we responsible for the views ar
epinions of oar eorrespondeats.
Wa do rot yablU'- annBjseoBS letters aadeesi
aaaaicatiopt. ALWAYS (Wa roaraaaae.
LOCAL NOTICES, to seeare insertion atatt
be banded is aa earlr as WedaesdarBaeraiaaT.
A. . Paddock. Baatriaa. TJ. Saaatar
Alvia ieaadera. Omaha. U. 8. Beaater.
TktaiM J. If ajon Repreeentative.
AL1T5U8 A NCI.
. W Liedtk.
lee. of State.
B. A. Taeau sou. Liaeeia. 8a. Fab. Iaitraotioa
Bee. at. f.sko.Oaaeho. Chief Jastire.
Aaaa.aCobb. I.incaln. 1 i....:... 1
aaal Maxwall. ri.Lmouth J J
1. A. Tellers, County Clark.
. II. Jeaae. Treuarar.
J- A- illeea. Probata Judge.
' . " . Fbenff.
A J.I'vpe. School fcup't.
W.ai.laoraa. Cauatr Sunreror,
m. ti. imil. I
A. A. Crary t
"T3APTI8T; Kit. O.O. TEIHBR. Pastor.
J- Serv eat in tka Court Home tba 2nd
aaa 4th Eabbath in eack month moraine aad
evening. At tfuide Rock the 2nd Eabbath aw
ng and evening.
",ATEIH0PISTJ R,T- C-REILLY. Paster;
-i-VJL tJorvices in the Church ea;h Sabbath,
alternating morning and evening with tka
Ut.riaaaant ajary two waakt at 11 a. m
am'ar hoy. 101878. Penny Creek. Nav. 3 at S
r. aa.- Oak Cietk at S p. ns. aTery two weaka
IRESBYTKRIAN. Rbt. J. M. PRYHE
. 1'aator; berTieai in the Church each ab
ba h altaruatinf morninf aJ ereninr witk tka
Ualea rraycrmaeting arary Thursday eTaaiat.
abkatk 8aheol arary Sabbath aserfiinc aiM
. m. Claiaaatll.
Jbfri. H. A. BowAn.8apt.
I.O. O. F.
Ran Cl'ud Lodcb. No. 64 I 0 O F
meata every .Saturday night in the
' muomo uall. Members cr other
LaceiareconfUlly invit'd to atteaa!.
C. H- Pott aa Hae'y.
A. P. 8c A.- !?!
A CaiTy Lodob No. 53 Reci Cloud. Nab.
av B)Cau Friafay evenincs onor befera full
y4K moon. Visiting brothers, in good stand
' 'ing, are cordially invited to attend.
- . J.CALVKRT W.Jf.
T. Etna Bec'y.
JUp Tuliey BMi!rod
1 Ayr 8;21 p
I Blue Hil!,...S;58D
lavtinf 7 25
I Cow!e 9 ;47 p. m.
( Red Cloud, 10;38p. n.
Inavalc, ... 1 1 ;25 p. m.
I Riverton. 11 ;55p. m.
I Franklin,... 1240 a. m.
j Bloemington 1 ;00 a. m.
1 Franklin 2;20a.m.
I Kiverion 3;05a. m.
I Inavale 3 ;25 a. m.
I Red Cloud 3;57a. m.
J VsOWJS. .
I Blue Hill
2 ;00 a. m.
6 ;29 a. m.
7 ;25 a. m.
Trains daily, except Sundays.
G. W. noi.DRiDGt Wm. Iavisn,
Ast. sunt. supt,
W. & Oa B Harvey,
Are pi spared at all times to bore or
s . i ivaies ueaMjuauia.
INAVALE - - KUfiBKASKA.
Centennial World's Fair, 18701
YWOtKflFfCKD CHAirXXOCSXS AM TSS
TBr eoaaparatlTe exealleoee U TEMgahvi ky
the JadM ta telr itojwrt. ttusa watea ties
following la an extract:
"Tba . SUOSISGEIl OROAJT CO.1
xklblt m tba Beat IsaatreiaBeaita at a
price rearing thea poaalbla to a larga cls
if narchaaera.BaTiaf a coaablBstlon ol Jtaeda
lad Belle, prodacin-. Borei aad pleaslaf electa.
eonUlBlrasBwydeatrabla lMprOTeaaeaia. wUI
ataad longer la dry ar caasp cUmaap. lrea liable
UKLY OK6AM AWAttiiaif .
Tola Medal and Award waa graated after la
snoat aerere enpetUioa f the sawt aaakera,
before one o Uw amet cwmpatamt juries
Kew Stylca and prlrea Jnat iwtiM wblch ara
In acof.ianoe wita onr rale. tba HaT Olty
OASt for tba Uaat mouey.
We armV1 to rpolat afew newlaeam.
rlntrtFd CaUlognaa mailed, poat-paid, aa
B. SH0HIHGE3 ORGAN CO.,
0T f 123 OIESTXUT STREET,
JJrw niTKjr, Ciw.
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SjL Wl YialslSsSBaarl r aaVaaaaaaai WkWkw
Am ai ont a oraer, au uo naru. ucisf nwi.
Uitm-bIt. pnt tog-tber aa It la impossible tm
J. S Qilham
ATTORNEY AND COUNSELOR
a-B rfiill Practice in all Ik CouU Ou
Ojtct in Mine' a huidiag, vp-ttair.
RED CLOUD, - - - NEB
JT. R. Will emx,
ATTORNBT AT LAw aad U. S; Coaiaihr
aionar. Collaetiana proapUy attaaded ta.
OCca one door aertk o( Ckial Otea.
MP CLOUD mi
Real Etfaf Agent SUFIRIOK. Nbb.
jJITTORNEY AND COUNSELOR
In at !w. J oDiata Nebraska. Will prac
tice id all the Coarts of the atate.
Prompt atteatioo given to all bvimeaa
eotraited to bif care. Ofioe on the
east nifle Juoiata Areaua. July 1 7
o. c: CASE,
ATTORNEY AT LAW. Offiee o?er
Reed'a furniture store.
ESS CLOUS, HII
Collections Bade and promptly remitted.
ATTORNEYd AT LAW and real es
Ute Amenta. Will practice in all tka
Coarts in thin State and Northern Kam.
Colleetioai promptly atteaded to aad
Rsa" Claad Neb.
Edwin C. Hwley9
ATT9RNET AKD COVN
ELRLO AT LAW.
Office 1st door West of Red Claud
11DCI0TO - - rei.
JL W. TIH-IaE Y8,
U. S. Pension Surgcoa.
eaTOmcB oyer Kaley-.Rros. law office.
BED 0L0TO. yiBBASIA
A. P. McCUiXoCH
PHYSICIAN and SUKGEON,
led Cloud, Nebraska. Office ever John
son ml Crept' store.
Fred C. Wistok, Prop.
E. M. Noyes, Proyrietor.
Located iul he center of the city. Guests
stopping at this house, wili secure the
best of accommodations.
Dry Goods mnd
BOOTS and SHOC8
Hats. Caps. &
Ready Made Clothing !
We have tke Liraett
Stick in the Valley and will
net be undersell
GIVE US A CALL. ONE & ALL
Sfl Illwi H?l
:&- &r . . wru-ixes. a-.- f ie ' ,
J. E. Smith 8. C.Smitb M.B.Taoafav.
Fraa. First Nat. Oaeb. Pint Iete Teller First
Baak.Baatn'ea Sac Bank Nat. Bank llaat-
Neb. Baatriee Nab. riae Nab.
red coni mif.
Wi 1 make collectioos in aay part ofthe
United States Sell exchange upoa the
principal Eastera oitics Loan money up
on im a.oved farms Receive deposits sub
ject to ihi drafts Allow interest upon
time deposits and transact a general
IFIRBNCES; Omaha National Baak
oa. A.. Pavidock, U. . eoator: First
Nat. Bank, New York, Cambridge Val
ley Nat. Bank, Cambridge. N. Y.
save yoar money by buying your Iroa,
ateel, Nails and Shelf hardware of
They tell cheaper tbaa any other
house ia the state.
1st Street, sstiogs Neb.
1 Drive the best Stage line in the wa
If you want to go from
TO flED CLOUD
Or any point oa the Repwblicaa or
Solomon rivers take this line and yoa
will fad lively drivers and low rates.
tages leave, Ha&ting and tawell at eight
'clock A. M. on Tuesdays, Thursdays
nd atarday, and return at Eve o'clock
P. M. on Mondays, Wednesdays and
USEFUL AID BEAUTIFUL '
fU NthrhM Farmer, publiahei at
LiBjeola, Neb., atarU out upon its third
volume with full vigor. Its readers all
speak very highly of it, aad agree that it
contains much that is useful to the farmer,
as well as the mechanic, or the marchaak
Ladies like its bright pages, as it tells these
about the flowers aad shrubs, or how to
make all the pastry, and ten thousand things
aeeded about the house. Its pages are
illuminated by cuts ef stock of the saost
approved breeds, and its oolumas are tiled
with letters from the best agricultural wri
ters ia the State. We are clubbing it with
ear paper at a very low rate. Call at oar
oflce and examine a copy, or send stamp ta
Us publisher for a sample.
-COOXIMw OK S1ATXV4W
New Excelsior Oil Stove.
It win Brail, Beast, aad lake Better Saaa a Coal at
Waod Store. Bead far GareaJan. AQKOt WAXTKTX
COLEXAJT GAS APPARATUS AID
TS aUaur Br, - - Caneaae, Iu.
Tae Greet Cmxm fer Djesiiiaa, laaifaewBB,
aadacba, Urar OoaiplalBt, Fater aad A(ae,
a tba aewlr eaaa
Ko Draaa. Ko Doctor BtOa.
saad lor nreaiara,
aad tba rerolattoa H Is
TBeaa Helta wiu ba aaat la aay aearass wee er saasaaja
aa receiptor 8K.0U eacb. er fX.OO fcr Iasaata Bait.
AGUT8 waatad la tvary eeaaty ia tka
Address, FISHER MEDICATED BELT CO.
282 Illinois St., CUoage.
frjE MILLER ORGAN
Derability tut. Rwiwk
wttb tbe asset acnralaaa cava, i
. tt faUawa aba tba
trsy -&& T
esaMBja a awaBewaBwast, asaejlawawwasjwb
-tt-1 Trill files siaTlaiirl V
SB aAaaltBiaa eBBBaaSbSi eaiajj
Tie Thayer Oaaty 8eatia4, aader
the aw BMaageaeeaH is a meet exeaHeat
Kgbt murderem were publicly eieew
ted by haagiag. m tke 14th day of this
moata, aad as many more was not haag
that Bad ought u have b etraeg up.
The Ltacola Journal coaacile its read
ers thej: "Commeacs to talk eleetic
now. Doa't put k of latil a week be
fore vetiag Ubm. Give joareelf time te
think. We ought U thiak a goes deal
this year befera makiag a choice. '
We uaderatand the maaagwra ef aae ol
the plow factories at Nshrsaka City are
seekiag a locatiea for their factary far
ther west. We hope thai? will aoi give
Lincoln the go by on their BfosaeotiBf
They will probably give Liacole) the
"go by" as Red Cload is tba pwiatthey
ara aiming for.
Binae the above was ia type, Mr. Wes
ner tbe proprietor of the Nebraska City
plow manufactory, has arrived with a
few carloads of plows aad has eurehaeed
lots preparatory to erectiag suitable
buildings to carry oa his extensive btui
Bees. We welcome all saah eaterprisee
to our thriving town.
The legislature sat down en the bill
providing for tbe publication ofthe Co.,
Commissioner' proceedings" in each
county. This was i ae of the widest and
moat just bills introduced in the legisla
ture. It was just to the people. It was
ia ended to give the people a full knowl
edge of the affairs of the county, aad to
make the couaty oficials furnish them,
aader oath ef ofice. But the wiae leg
islators saw fiit to kill the bill, aad bow it
is a duty every newspaper ewea to the
people, to remember for future use every
man that voted against it. Courier.
The Courier is justly indignant over
this matter, and its advice in regard to
remembering for future use those mea
whe voted against the bill, ia good.
When we recollect that a mijority, per
haps, of our law-makers secure their
election by intrigue, and whoee sole am
bition seems to be to bargaio and sell
their votes or trade them for a Federal
appointment, we are not surprised that
the interests ofthe people are ignored.
And whose fault Is it? It is the fault of
the peeple. So long as the mass of the
people, who hold the power, allow their
votes to be bartered aad traded upon, ae
long will this state of affairs exist. There
is men meaa enough men who actually
do offer for sale the voles of their eon
stitoenta which they control, to tbe
highest bidder, and then whea the prop
er time arrives, they will again proceed
to "draw tbe wool,; over the eyes of the
"dear people1' and the "dear people"
are ready to be humbugged aad led by
the nose without any will of their own,
wherever the political trickster wills.
Whenever a man sells yei out eace,
consign him to political damnation and
do aot be sold by him the second time.
A Wisconsin genilemaa, soujourniag
in Nebraska, writes from Beatrice to the
Chicago Times, summing up the com
parative attractions and advantages of
our state. He says.
Supposing the inquiry, "What are
your advantages." 1 reply that I fnd
nothing lacking in church, school or so
cijty advantage?, though I have made a
careful examination, that the climate ad
vantagee are UMnrpeased by anything I
have ever experienced in over 20 years'
reeideBoe in the aorta-west aad sou there
WiaeoaeoB, that soil of better quali-y I
have never seen, though I have traveled
for years in the weatera states, aad fr it
is afaageod quality aad yield here in
aoth-eaaterB Nebraska aa ia my own
CoDgTeeahaa recently authorised the
erection of headatoaee over the gravea of
Union soldiers who are burned ia private
aad village cemetries,, aad the Quarter
Master General at WashiagtoB, reqaeat
snob, iafermatioa aa will lead te that re
sult. The Grand Army ia aarisriagia
tbe collection of the iaformatioa. The
followiag request is made:
"All persons haviag aay 'kaewtedgc of
the burial places of soldiers ia private
cemeteries, wtuse gravea arc not marked,
arc requested to commaaioate the fact to
the Qaarter Master GeaeraL Similar ia
formauoa ia desired from parties ia charge
ef such cemeteries.
Of course it is aoi intended ta faraish
heaaetooes for gravea over which araaa
meats have already been erected by re
lativee of friends ofthe deceased-"
The B. A N. Company seems ta be
its BrowBvflle aad Bed Cloud Rac, judg
ing from the aotieaa ia the papers:
Tae d. A M. havefaihed taeaafvey
from Beatrice, threagb Tfwiimiik ta Ne
maha tttj.Ntbrmilm City Frma.
It is very probable that the 3. A M.
waU move for speedy ceaatractiea from
Browavitievia Beatrice te RedCleed.
It ia talked sow that tae forces are seaa
te he taken from tke vaBej aad placed
ea the line bet weea Beatrice aad Sad
vmL ruruMi CwaUtfy Til
The CtaciBBetti laamirer agrcea with
Got Williams that the dtmecraric lag-
Jektare of Iadiaaa it a
riidi $am 0 TOI ICwX.
"O filter. Meter come aad see, Tis
aetabeg. lieaotahee." Nathia .id
.v .. . . ,, ..
uate David. "Taoa art the maa. es
sir, siace i e'cloek yeeterdsy (Friday)
evcaiag whea Rev. F. R. H. Byrdoalcia- bfig ta Sitting Bjr. haad. The
ted at the home of Rev. J. J. liaskia. of "J TJJ C. lf
i -a v - uw 1 wotareJ uprta the ice with thrtr
thai coaaty Pavid, whoee etr aame ca.-tomary ooafideoce. The aaiaials eaae
Haelina, he ia the man. aad we bo longer upoa the river with a oltd fro at, aad be
kaow her as the beautiful aad charming ca the croaaiag with ded ranks. The
m eu. o,. or j,..!i .. k.. SJlVK'.cf ,& e;-s
but the happy and beautiful Mrs. David WM fetched eat a quarter of a mile ta
Haakies ef Webster eounty Nebraska. length, had aar!y gmtaed the oppemu
We wiah the aewlymarried ceuple ! Jore, the ice euddeely gava away under
-f jo- ' T Bfc .v . i z&2xr& SJS
A aetghbor bachelor aars that a ,f ir--,!, -,- DMMj ;. L- ,w-
"bridge was built over hie new" aad that
he wae aot ever permitted to "atand by
a K-,ftM -IfV, a -rv are .' ( He
had aosiaviution to the wedding) ia coo
eeqetneeM which, heKpersuadcd a few
of his fiieads to aid bim inMistiBg Hi
ram H. Haskias, Dav'td'a elder brother,
into thejpig trough, Jwb en he was com
pelled to daaee a jig
Ed. Chim: Not more than six
months ago, this towa was yet unknown,
and now io ita comparison, t'tere is more
genuine busiaesa houses in runing order
aad doiag better, than maay of the east
ern towns twenty-fire years old. It has
at present eleven buines bouses. A
Bloomingthall has a saloon, not a very
good reputation for oar town but never
tbelees it is iLere. J. W. Davis, has a
dry goods, drug, groceries, clothing,
beets aad shoea, hardware Ac There is
Weignburger, he keeps dry goods, gro
ceries, booti and shoe?, ready to supply
any one that want anything in their line.
A. Kopisch has a hardware store and tin
Twe blacksmith shop?; a lumber yard
The farmers were all busy putting out
their epring crops till last Thursday after
noon, March came marching down from
the north at the rate of sixty miles an
hour, and since that time it has been
Three weddings ia the viciaity lately.
Charles Brown is contemplating put
ting aut one hundred and twenty acres
of wheat. Immigrants arrive here on
the train almost every nighL Mr. Anes
worth and family, arrived hire a week
ago last Thursday night, from Kalimaxoo
county Mich. Two Yorkers sloped here
Thursday night, last
Our "eevil" "butchered" the above
communication, for which ungodly act
we apologise. Ed.
Ttl mU:XA WXATSX2 IZtVJH
The followiBK card we have received
from S. R. Thompson of the Nebraska
weather service, and publuh for the ben
eft ef those who may be interested:
"Having assumed the manageraeet of
this eaterpriee, I wish to procure a large
Bumberofnew observers. Aay person
wishing te co operate in the work is re
quested to communicate with tbe under
signed nt once; when full carticulars will
be sent by mail."
1 lie Liacola Journal comments thusly
oa the appearance ofthe Johnson county
The Johnn County Journal is the
bsbsC ofthe last venture in Nebraska
journalism, and is published at Tecumeh
by Barnhart A Post. It is aDenucralio,
hard money, aati church and state, re
form is Bwoeeeary. change of administra
tion, paralyio labor, carpet-beg tyranny,
aati-militta, opposed to election laws, tL
aae ballot, aad cipher dispatch organ of
the flsoet promising discri prion, but looks
to aeat aad deaa to be what it purports.
Tie Journal wishes it baMoeas suceesa
aad political damnation so loog aa it shall
The following extract from a letter re
ceived by a geatleman of this city from
a friead ia Leadville should be read by
all who intend to visit that New Eldora
do, as it undoubtedly contain "more
truth tbaa poetry." The writer aavr
It's LeadviUe or bunt," and Ike aad I
are here, bat aot busted yet. We have
beta here nearly a month aad I have
been sick over two weeks of the time.
When we are not etckaad there is any
lumber here aad they aru. not oat of uaile
and it does aot snow andis act too col I
te work, we eaa get work at $4 per day.
hot have te lueee over half oar time.
Board is $10 a week aad I doubt ifk
gits any better. We will stay a whUe
longer to fad oat. bat if we skoald ever
get basted here we are gone seare.
Ihe place is tka d-deat fraud en the
face ef tke earth, aad if yoa know efaey
wke eoatemplaie eemine; here jaet tel
these an aad I wifl prows it ta theea if
tkey are act eracy. Caraee aa tke atee
wke kave beea advert iaiag this plana. "
PefirJeiaaa ia CaHferaia are gjvca ta
waya that are Bamejar. Tke
eaaeel a anatiBg. bat at
tka latter were wel started tke
aaptand tka mecriag, baade al
tka spssshsa, aad adapted aM tka
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Aa army aaker who arrived ia Omaha
' from tbe Yewewateee vakey a day er two
J0- ?nl ""J of what hafed ta a
Itw fe k'S TJS1?!
neouthward. Tae heard numbered 2.500
head. They had heee driven Mt efthe
Milk river chantry br the Iadian heater
( whole length of the column. Some four '
1 or Bve BunUred of tbe toini'j fumbled
K. P? eJl in a heap. Others
fell in ea top of them and sank then oat
of right ia a twiokle. By this time the
rotten toe was braekiag off abort under
theatill advaaaag herd. The trappers
aay tka: io lee than n minute the whole
bodv of buffalo hid been precipitated ia
to the river. They were wedged ia ae
thickly that they could do aothiag but
struggle for a second, and thea disappear
ed beneath tbe cakes of toe and the rwift
current. Not a beast ia all that mighty
heard turned tail and tried to ecpe
when the ice beae breaking up. Ia a
solid pbalaax tb:y marched te their fatal
bath ia the "Big Muddy." Ia a miaute
from the time the first ieo broke not a
buffalo head or tail tu to be see a.
Vakil a PastAl Alain.
The following are the poet oftee chang
es in Nebraska during the week eadisg
March 8th. 1879. furnished by Was Van
Vleck of the post off ce department:
KetablMivd Ijog I'ioe, Sioux ooaaty,
Ldware T. Cook postmaster, McCaau.
Sioux county, Millsrd P. Smith post
master; White Cliff, Sioux eounty, H.
W. McCJura postutanter. Summer Hill,
Douidar county, J. 11. Blakealey pest
master; Webucr Center, Webster ceua
ty. W. fladley poitmaatcr.
Diseontincd Little Blue, Adams coun
ty. Postmasters Appointed Blue Hill,
Webster county, I. O. Martia; Boaa,
Gage ceunty, T. Savler; Equina, Soua
ders couaty, Mrs .A. L. Conway; Myr
tle, Custer county. E. Saffjrd; Oakdale,
Antelope county, 1 1 . S. Lovtjoy; Sweet
water, Buffalo county, II. A. Borer.
The following i n copy of a letter re
ceived by Gov. Nance a few days etace
from a tventuekey man:
"Sin: I take this opportuaity towriu
yoa a few lines eooceraniog Nebrarky. I
want you to write to mi and tell me all
about the country and what a mao can
do tber. and what chance yen will give a
man. I understand that we sll come to
Nebraska free of all expenses, if it be so.
yen will please let me no. I underUad
tbatjrou will give any maa one huodred
and sixty akars ofland, and all so one
eow, one plow, and one harrow. I waat
you to tell me what a man caa du thear
if be bad fifteen hundred dollare, aad
four borr, and industries wife. 1 hare
ono wiae Si-d man ataing with me. be
wants tu no if you will giv him a 100. GO
akers and a wife, if you will he says he
Washington, March 9. Up to Sat
urday 30.000 applications have beea re
ceived by the pension office. They are
being filed and sorted, and no action will
be taken till the 25th. when adjudication
Will begin, and certificates issued to sne
ceirful pensioners. Application ara com
ing 400 daily; some 50,000 wili be receiv
ed, of wbich 30,000 will be acted upoa
favorably. After the 25th it is expected
to adjudicate and itsae 10.000 certificates
moatbly. The first notification n pen
sioner will have of the aHowaace of bis
claim will be a certificate entitling him to
the money, and whic'i be can thea git if
it is in the treasury and not otherwise ap
propriated. The appropriations were se
heavy, however, that prompt payment ia
doubtful. The average received by each
Benaiener will be about $900. If the ee
timet e is correct, ef 35.000 valid claim,
the amouat will be $31,500,000 for pea
stoaers already oa the roll.
Our fine spring weather ban aeocu
to a bad cold.
Farmers have comme8sed work in ear
nest, and a large acreage of wheat has
already been sown.
Charles Uieh was before raeire Parker
oa a charge of stealiag wheat from Mr.
Geo. Bailey, and was bound over to next
term of District Court.
Guide Koch has taken a sadden sport
nt improvement, three building aew be
ing erected. I. W. Crary'e roidenoe is
nearly completed. . O. Parker, is pat
riae "P oSes building. Dr. Roeia
sea has lumber oa the groaad for a Drag
etore aad oaVoe. Charlie Codetta. Iia
daay Prescott, and Charley BaJlard.
yeaag saea frees Bcetoa, Masa, are aat
tiag ap a koaee aad other baildian, oa
reeeatry patehamd laade aertk aaet ef
tewa. Sheen rmaaag wit he tkea
A huge aamker efimmigreaa ara
ken every day, keaad far seat a west Ne-
bcaeka aad aertk went nm
Meawra Bardette aad Crew
iag their aaaekiaarj, and w
BaaaaM feeees aaaa tatweerh Ne
lad Iewa, aa their way ta ree-
atraottiaatTUdea, at tka rate af a aaaa
week aa tkeer feariaar At Leweil. Mamu ewmar ta tke aVaalk Jff 1
laawM. r efthai.haway mm k. '" T
KOc CwtET We kave wiener aeae ia
thU part ef the wwrU. Tke wiad heaVa
eeid te-dey. with saeae eaew aa twe
grwand. The lead few dye Wwv4eejeta
thU wv have been haviag Bttee tee waaAh
er. 1 Aat Seterdey the thirmemster sued
10 drgreee abeve nerex this aserwUg U it
2 degrree below, "eene fwmere have
Wen plowiag, Krwiag. ehocfiaf . leaf
and eajoyiag themeelvee In variewe ether
ay, meet Woeieial te eeek ether. Z
Goed hersee are wrth frem. ilO). ae
ilU5. Goed sheep i, te M. AfW
shearing they wit faD aboat 50 eta , aa-l
poer ewce wiH he werth freea II. il -By
aome uaknjwa meaas we have a
reotiviag the'.CiHtr. I geese UeeJe W..
kaows semethiag about it
Tears reepeetfe ty.
Eo. CaiaT ThU ban era ef eveata,
particularly ia this loeality, both r4eeaet
aad paiaful, while the aaarriage eere
mony of Gottfried Wagman and Miee
Katie Kooae, wae being reformed, tka
funeral traia was wending their way.te
the last end reetiag plaee of the dear
one, "the city of the dead." A ehlld
of Mr. Paahby also the adopted ehUd ef
Philip Ztmamermoa wae hurried ta day.
aad we feel thoee Ueel) hearts aeede
eorafurt from a higher source. While ia
the firat instance they live in their ewa
atrength, hoping ead expecting nethwff
but pleeeerc analleyrd. We siaeereiy
hope their patke mey be itrcwa wkk
flower, aad their every wish be gratified.
A boat ef friends were ia attsnisaie te
see the pair made oae. aad k
all had iadia rubber M
by the amount of goodiea that
ed as if by magic Aad while looklag at
the beautiful bride, we thought ofthe
beautiful language of the Poet: "Ok
that we were a boy again." Fred you've
made a tea strike sure "plucked oae ef
our brigbtes flowers aad made many a
young maa sigh beeauao of your Baeeeea.
E. V. Hall, has recently bought the
o. w., i of Sec 7 , aad will improve it at
once. District No 3'J will build a new
school bouse this summer. Mrs. Ba
shaw, who has been tick so long is now
convalescing. Farmers improved the
good weather aad mattered tbe wheat
promiscuously over the arable Unds
hereabout Msay seeders have beea
bought aad used this spring. You caa
scarcely get about the street or Blue
HilU, without running ever maehinery,
especially if you have had to mack ef
"Paddy eye water."
Mabrixo. On tbe 12th, inaC, U Baa
residence ofthe bride's father, kravMa1
Seow, J. P. Mr. Caeriee Sealer I te
Miss Anaie Cole. AM af Weweter ceun
MABBtBD. Oa tke lfitk tat . at tbe
residence of Mrs. Staub, by K. M. Snow,
J. P. Mr.Gottfred Wagman ef Glee
wood, to Mtaa Katie Kooa'eofBalinglou
May the endering names of Katie aad
Fred acterbe exchanged fer harsher
ones, or each others smiles fer frewai.
Then we will remember the part wf per
formed as a bright spot ia our ofikial ca
reer. FftAKCM M. Sow.
The time for tree plan'.lag is about at
head. The follewiag act paaeed by the
Legislature ta encourage timber culture
will be read with iatereet by farmers:
Be it enaUed, etc: 0
8ac. 1. That when nay aereon shall
plant aad properly cultivate for the term
of five years, sx rows of tree, eight feet
apart, aad the four feet apart ia the row
aloag ekher the aertk section or the
half seetiee line, ruaetug cast and west
said rows ta be aot nearer to the acid
aerth sectioa er half seerioe line of aay
read which may be laid oat ea north sec
tion or half section line, er when aay per
son shall fill out to the standard above
preecribed, and keep the earns fa a prop
per state of cultivation for the time above
stated, eny row of trees that may pre
vioa!y have beea planted aJeag said
aorh sectioa er said half section line, it
shall be the datyef tke eeaatr cemasias
ieeers te pay te eack aersea by warrent
ea the coaaty traaeerer, a earn ef saeaey,
aasoaaticg to three eeears aad thirty five
eeata per acre, fer eack acre a) alanted
ere. fer cask acre a) Bleated
aad eakirated, no beg ae tke aaeae ie
pleated aad kept growing, aad ia a prow
er state ef eakivatioa, fer a acried aeita
exceed the efee of five yean, aad teaa
exteat act ta exesed three setwe ef laed.
Sac 2 It akal ae tke eWv tk
ef eeaak preaiat ta aaake tke are
na! renartto tae eaaetv
at the lime eaae '
reaevt.tka, eaekiea t all UeeWree
amateel aaal ewJUtwaeel aader tke
Oae. 3- AJaeUaad part afi
Tilh fhnisibusni aw'tkaaaaa
Atlwei), llasaewiac- Use awatk
eftkeakeriaT. a avarderer eewid aatke
VvBBwawBpf aawSaaja aBwBwaa aawaf aVaawi
anew eaaeer eaa he sppsiaasl ta tka
Ukmceweetaf tkie aaa. kaka.
net taUaawmt aaal he ia
aWw apaj aaaai saw wjbbs twaaawawej bbjsbb '-sS
a aew eeaeercaaha aaebBawal ta tka m M - -1
peace. Uaaey the aeaat liniment JL W'm J
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