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About The Red Cloud chief. (Red Cloud, Webster Co., Neb.) 1873-1923 | View Entire Issue (Sept. 1, 1881)
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Moon i Callender,
IWt A fliWs,
HATS AD CArS.
GLASSWARE, QUEKNSWA RF,
ETC., ETC., ETC.
A fu'.l line of every thins kept in i gen
eral store, at the i.owk-t CASH I'Klotw.
Moon & Callender.
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I THE CHIEF.
TAUK8DAY SEP. I. I88l.
R. V. K Titc Tafcle.
Takiae cm Sbb.Ibx. Oet. 17. I860.
fi !0 a. m.
.? :Xl p. HI.
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Weatward 4eroav leae ... J :0 a.
arrive .. ..5 iV) p. in.
Em I ward Ac eon. Imtw . :M a. as.
arrrre ... fi P- ro.
Train daily excti.t.SanJay.
U. W. fliLDUixif, A. K. ToptiLW.
Superintendent. Geo!. Manacer
Proprietor of the
City Drug Store.
A MLtB ID
A full supply "!"
LAMIA, LAMP 8HAIF. WICKS,
COMBS HKl'SHlfe" AC.
rtronEf sulirittil and taanaMfy iectWa.
4Prcfrriptinnf earefBHy cowpouudedf
One door south of Garbcr's More,
It ED CLOUD, NEB.
C 9 in m. rwi rrraehinct7 'he
tor Try Sabbath raondmc and eyeniDr.
Prayer meetinr erery Thmraday ercBlig.
All are cordially iBVited.
PratHnr every flrt ant third .Sabbat of
tack annth at 11 a. ra. and H p. m.. also on jtn.
h.ih when ever it rer.
Sabhat b SrboM rery 8abbath moraia at
H o'clock. Prayer matting every w edBeaday
Ht. ItUkfi If BtltfJt I t Omctj. had recoil an ."ctr'c shock w
Tat T,IMa.r a lank indie idal aU:
Zoca' advcrtitimeiiU intrrhd among
the reidivg matter trill be charged lQds., a
Um each ituerlicm.
R. L- TINKER.
(8MMor to Q. A-Brown.)
C f always on Band -fcd trimtne.l on hort
n-tice. PricBBf low many in the alley.
Htpaliing or all kiul Ht.ne prunip'ly anJ
Burial Koes furni-hed at reasonable
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Extra cornea of the Cuntr ran
had' at the office at 5 rents apiece.
The meeting of the W. C. T. U. will
he held at Mrs. Bent's on Friday next,
at 4 p. m.
We understand that the Pleasant
Hill delegation is pledged to Sheriff
The W. S. 8. will meet at Mra. K
Mitchell's on Friday Sep. 9th, at 3
p. in. All are invited.
On Wcdnesdny.of nl week Mrs.
Morhart presented her husband with
a bouncing boy, all doing well.
Mrs. Sherwood and her daughter
Bertha, returned from their visit to
friend in Wisconsin last Saturday
The ladies interested in the Episco
pal church are requested to meet at
the residence of Mrs. W. B. Roby,
to-day (Thursday) at 3 o'clock p. m.
The B. fc M. contractew west of
Indianola arc utilizing the labor of a
lariro number of American citizens of
African decent. The negroea make
very good hands on the dump.
A physician at Kearney advertising
in the Xonparitl has his card adorned
with a black border which gives it the
appearance, to a casual observer, of
' a death notice. It is undoubtedly
Furihe last two or three weeks we
have been obliged to issue half sheets,.
to our exchanges and some of our
subscriber, but wc have ordered two
additional quires- ofi ready printed
sheets and will do'smuy-with the half
sheet business, soon:
persons knowing themselves
J. L MILLER,
Keep cMwtuntly on kind a IbII Lib of
IIAUXBS. COLLARS, SADDLES,
Willi's, COMBS, BRUSHES
And everything usually kept in a firt
TWO POORS SOUTH OF THE BASK.
tillfhsct CaA Pries Pali for I12w
dehted to me bv Note or Book account
will call immediately and betlle tnc
same, as 1 aw-ign c-iostng out ray
stock of general merchandise at the
earliest uav possible.
4-tf Samuel Garbek.
September 1st, 18S1.
The condition of President Garfield
is reported as being much better. He
came very near to death's door last
Sunday, but pulled through the re
lapse, and now one of his attending
surgeons, Dr. Hamilton, Fays he will
get well, that hcwilLctaku his reputa
tion on it.
from the ratal ditriti with a ciaT
eroua cast of countenance, aaade hi
appearance in our sanctum and
drawing a chair up to the editorial
table seated himself and asked:
"Be you the editor of thu 'ere
We paused and looked at the new
comer. There whs something bout
hU appearance that invited our at
tention. His head was as innocent of
hair, with the exception of u fw
bunches behind the ear, a water
melon, and he looked like a croep
bctweerr Bhxnunv's "living skeleton"
and th cholera morbus, with the
difference in favor of the cholera
morbus. He repeated his question
and we replied that we was the in
dividual who furnished what little
brains was required in the make up
of this paper, and that wo also fur
nished a share of the muscular power
necessary in the business.
"And they called vou cap'n of the
gorrilers, at the corcus last Saturday,
We replied that some evil minded
person hiv applied that cognomen to
u and then vre intimated to him that
if he had any busings with us to
state it immediately a we had no
time to fool away.
And in a meloncholy ton he
proceeded to recount his grievances
which are best told in his own lan
guage, he said: "Miranda, sho'M my
wife, and I live over the river. I
only come to town once in a while to
bring butter an' aigs and sich, I never
tended a corcus in my life, until last
"When I started town last Saturday
Miranda said, says she: "Now Josiah
you hurry back, and don't you forget
to bring that cihkcr and them but
tings." "Well when I got in town I
seed som thin' was up. I aint much
acquainted in Red Cloud becauso as
I scd afore. I seldom come to town,
but last Saturday everybody wanted
to shake hands with mo. Men whe
never spoke to me afore would shake
my hand corjaly and enquiro effec
toonatcly after the health of Miranda
and the twins, and thinks I to myself,
says I; Josiah Bradley, you is a man
of some consckenco after all, and I
almost persaded myself to believe
that I had fell heir to a vast estate,
ere why this seeming interest in my
welfare and that of Miranda and the
twins. I met a man with light
breeches on an' he grasped my hand
with corjality and. gave me a ticket
andttold mo to go to the court house
and' vote it. Now I seldom vote but
he insisted and said, says he; that
ticket is goin to be elected, a-n-d
d-o-n'-t y-o-u b-e a d-a-m b-i-t
a-1-a-r-m-e-d. Then there was a man
with long ears and a linen duster on,
"I tell you what it la aaraagor, I
want your paper for a yr an' her
your sianty. I want you to tA ft to
me m itne as I live an I can then
kbow when them durnetl eorruses am
a comin off an' I oua avoid cotnin to
town them days."
We told him we would
give him warning through the
paper when the "corcuaea" would be
hltt, and he thanked us and ambled
off and was soon lot to view ;u the
The Oratorio of Esther, vlarfi was
rendered lit wc-k Lv our native
talent under the direction of Bower
Bros.; of Ohio, was a grand success.
The ordinary timo taken to prepare
Esther, is from fotir to six weeks
Here the Grst rehearsal was on Friday
eve Aug. 12th, and one week fruw the
follow ins; Tuesday erntiing thu pre
parations were competed, notwith
standing two evenings of the timo,
the church was occupied for a prayer
meeting and a lecture. This fact
spoke well of the talent of our
The chormes were well prepared to
perform their various parts. In this
connection Miss Amy Perkins, Miss
Laura E. Biard, Miss Sadie Becker,
together with Mr. and Mr. Howard
who was only present at four or five
rehearsals, and others deaerve special
credit for the perfectness with which
they acted the dramatic sccnea.
Bower Bros., inform us that it is diffi
cult to find a chorus of more intelli
gent singers, who receive instruction
and practice according to it more
rpjulilv than ours. In the second act
the changes arc numerous, but the
chorus made them in almost perfect
unison. Together they would bow
their heads, kneel, raise their hands
and eyes, Ac., and these various
atitudes combined with the accom
panying music were very touching
and beautiful scenes. The solo parts
were so well rondered, it seemed that
in most places the solos was made for
the soloist or vice versa.
Prof. E. 3. Bower has a heavy bass
voice and played the part of King in a
That Mrs. E. C. Hawlcy has ap
peared before as Queen Esther might
be easily infered from the graceful
style in which she acts her part. Red
Cloud has reason to feel proud that it
has so cultured a musician who is
ever ready to take hold of any good
musical work that tends to increase
the life and improve tho talent of the
town. As an actress she has few
equals, as a soprino no superiors- in
any western town of the sire of ours.
How naturally did she act her part
whil. Mordecia an the Jews were
ho. tackled me and wanted me to vote supplicating her to go unto the King '
an nnnosilion ticket. D'vc know
suspitdiend that man? I'll bet a
gain ofsorgum he's a re-constructed
democrat, an' I'll bet he would shake
his mother-in-law. Then I was ap
proached by a nose, with a small limn
behind it, bringin up the rear, as it
were. Well, he enquired effectoonately
after tho health of Miranda and the
twins, and some other fellows came
up an' they bought beer for me to
drink, but I seldom drink, I'm a Meth
Flour & Feed
CHAS. E. FlTTirAH, Prop.
Cora. Meal. Drn CUoj.nBjl FeBdaad
ViiitthBKed Cloud Oraeery. Fee sad Pro-
Tii.n t-jre when yon waai rut-pliei lwrEaia or
eiTihct tnaike,t arire ia rah i-alf fnrsnis
All kiml runtrT frodtice tken f;BW
tur -. !"oJi dclirercd to all jarU tT toW
fre -A dune.
Sl-r outa al atca s nw r arj.
Hats, Caps. &
E. P. Bvnolds it Co.. advortira for
1000 teams and 500-men to work on
the B. & M. extenston'west of Indian
ola. Over one thousand men are
already at work on the line between
Indianola and Denver, nd it is the
intention of the company to complete
the road as soon as possible.
Farmers who can cenveniently
market their grain at Cowlcs, will
ploasobear in mind that I am now
opening up the elevator at that place
wWli iMittmvnri mAohincrv. and Mil
prepared' to 'pay full market value tori
grant xi oping oy urn l"
merit your patronage I would respect
fully ask a chance. A. B. Fox.
Owing to the fact that the county
convention is called to meet at 1
o'clock next Saturday, the sale of
cattle advertised by Jones & Magee to
take place on that day will begin
promptly at 12 o'clock instead of I
o'clock a3 previenslj- adrcrted- 4j
head oP car.tle will bc-' offered for
A CARD OF THANKS.
I' desire to tender my grateful
thTfc$-to the many kind friends for
Kjoatinc mo in careina; for :ny hus
band during his protracted illness, and'
for the many acta and deeds ot sym
pathy that have helped me to bear my
great sorrow. Your kindness will even
i rotrirmhpred bv a sad sweet mem-
rtrv Elizabeth Kalky.
The caucus in this precinct last
Saturday passed off in a quiet and
orderly manner, notwithstanding
i.nM mom than usual interest
"R vnn a Methodist?'1 he asked.
bending his piercing glance full upon
our classic countenance.
We admitted that in the misty past
wo had imbibed a good deal of Mctho
distism with our catnip tea, but that
we hadallowed it to evaporate pretty
well from our Bystem in after
"Well," said he, "Miranda an' mc
are Methodists,, specially Miranda, an'j
when tney asueu me u urmit i.
Wtidcr riled me, but I concluded I
would take a little for the stummick s
sake, and then I went and voted an'
when I come back there was other
fellers there, an' they shook hands
with me again, an they pressed more
liquid hilarity upon me an' they
sequestered a pint bottle in my close
an' said it would console me on my
wav home,ai to dM,- to not bwift
Wd to- tWt BnttaHHn' irriliience of
Hcker, I became jovial afore I got
hum, and when I got thar Miranda
she noticed it an she said, says sue
Josiah Bradley youve been
TT.nv thrillitiir was the effect as she
struck so clearly and forcibly, the
high tones in her denunciation of
The part of Ilaman require, a bare
tone voice. Prof. W. J. Bower is in
possession of such a voice, and
though the part is one of the most
difficult to act, Haman won the
sympathy of all the wicked present.
Haman s wife mu.t have i-een a
lr.troW- rron.UlTP. At all CVtjntS Mr.
Bradbury must have so regarded her.
for he has written throe as fine alto
solos as arc often found and put
words into her mouth to match. Sec
her proud and disdainful in "Why
should this Hebrew ve. my Lord?"
Again see her in the plantive and
pityful solo, "Thy galling defeat."
Then last of all when almost insane
olio fniiarti with "Do I wake or am I
'dreaniinir." and thouch Zeresh was
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the wife of a wicked man, who can
help loving her. This part was splon-
didly rendered by Miss tstcita
Holcomb. She won the applause of
the audience by her fine alto Toice
which is very expressive.
Mordccia was sung by Mr. A. S.
xr;,.r.n ;n & wav that must have
satisfied ever" one prcaent. ITr.
Mitchell has a fine tenor voice and
has cultured it to a very considerable
MUs Maggie Albright appcarcu as
Mordccia's sister. Her voice is very
superior and her solos were well re
ceived uy me auuiencc
t:- i . v U..rAf
aafiTal KVWi a. b, Meary 8. fSaf . a3
r yaafB. t aifclk iIn ay.
Gf the two mon whoae arr and
deaarved ctlcbrity have relUacud the
most ordit upon our viJJaaj, the
one, tb tx-Govcrnor of ih aito still
Uvea among u. walks our street and
greB CiU neighbor with his wonted
alttUtion. Fax distant be the dy,
vthen thes cjumni' shsil be aldenvd
ia hi mauiory.
Tlie other, the Hoo. H. i Kaley
wai W.owed to hu grairc last Friday
ajtwrixxm, by &!u;o: th entire ppu
latioo of the town. ;
The high sUnding of Mr. KaJry, the j
vast number of his friends, the
regard in which he wm held by thr
people of this county, as Weil a our
rwpect for a character suuh mJ
render it fitting that hi death should
i4 lo iaased by without some notice
Henry S Kaley was born near
Leaiatowu Pa., July 14th, 1843. Eleven
years later his parents removed with
him to Wyandot county Ohio. At
the age of eigbtoon, he entered Wit
tcnbrg College, at Springfield Ohio.
While at college hta youthful patri
otism led him into tha war of th
rebeilion. Hia service woa C-ompany
A 123rd, reg't. O. vols Soon after hi
eiilutment ho was made surgeant,
then quartormaater At thu battle of
Winchester be received a acvere
wound, from which he u'cr fully
recovered. Ho waa a prisoner uitli
the rebels about three months, was
recaptured by the Uuniou forces, ami
finished hia career as a soldier by
witnessing the surrender of Gcu. Lee
Uponhis return from the war hv
renewed hia studies at Wittenberg.
After completing his Junior year; he
attended thu law school at Ann Arbor
Mich. In 1368 he was admitted to
the bar by the Superior Court at San
dusky City Ohio.
The practice of his profetsiou was
commenced at Osceola Iowa, in the
year 1869. andcontinund at that plac
until 1871. Dnring his residence in
Osceola, he discharged with satisfac
tion the duties of Mayor of the town.
In the fall of 1871 ho removed to Red
Cloud. With, the oxcoption of Judge
Wilcox, ho wns- the first lawyor that
settled in the valley.
At the time of his arrival in this
village, one log hotel and one little
frame store, the building so long used
as the county clerk's office, wcrt the
only buildings above ground. Soon
after hia location here ho opened a
small store His practice however
rapidly extended into adjoining counties-
and mercantile pursuit were soon
Gov. Garbcr the first county Judge
of Welntcr county, was wont to re
mark that hw jurisdiction was limited
Colorado line on the
kaat sana the term. KWr Ua) dU
for comp4alcnhip, nevcrtco ett?vi
in the crM Linc4 fr nlcxsw
He wu t XorpataVlc heat, a wel
come got. chriiv frirnd ami a
Without mmrntH to tlw htghrtt
plane of life, h wa content Ut walk
its middle crurc, from which he
never tod; a Wterwinl aterw Un
friendly criticiU4 unsbi rcocrt de
feets and wakncsf' in l.ia character
but it could not driiy th tnithfulnc
of what hx lcen htrr eaid
In the bst eiui of tb. r.:l gt'title
man, Mr. Kalrv Tn a gonth-iuan. &
I nii4.n by uducation, culture, Kial on 1
tact rvnjrffrvi gcntli-. iuoh an otif he
lived, and ';v h hl he had rut
caiicd a ranVlm.' Viitid in sin
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He n- btirici wjth Mf..i. honor
bv the Masonic fraternity of which
he wai a conspicuous worker. To
yar aijo he xta.i the grand oratir of
Xnli, Stuifu Is.
, vc rwt II j vr
Moshcr s old otarux, IVV
Chicago Lumber Yard:
Red Cloud, etorifli6.
otT!i ok 11 Mi-n"h w ACKrrrn -ui.p n m -r
conttsnily . hand an -'""', ,.u...., ;ilit,ttM.- -,!
Windows. Lin. """"";.;. " "
Etc. .- L"'
the aUl. IxKV.ins over !; life, ol-
serving his capacity for u.cliiliui.
noting the early attainment of lileV
lest reward, and Urtlcd ut hii death,
our mind recalls in eriout .tdnc"
the words so imprcvivo utlerctl bv
hi Masonic brethren over hi rofiiiie!
ho.lv, 'Tho will of Gh1 is aecom- .1
phthdl, Amen, o mot u ! '
Yft&t Crtx Uesis.
TliOtaA Kcnntsly is the delegate to
the County Convention from this
The report tht a man has boon
fooiind killed in the woods, ::: the
north part of Texan, hearing tne name
of Thoma.- William caiiiua coiiio
anxiety on account (f the prevailing
opinion that it is the TI10111.1-. Wib
liams who left here last pr:ng for that
region of country.
The people of thin icnuty are going
to have their bridge rebuilt. They
have entertained a proposition for
its construction, and have appointed a
committee to arrange matterj and
submit their plan to tho county cotn-
inijisioncrs at their next meeting.
A very remarkable escape trom
death by drowning, took place here
last week. A child two years of age
daughter of Thoa. Kennedy while
moving about the well, the loose curb
upestand the child fell thirty feet inlo
the water. An older sister started for
the father, who was at work in the
hay-field about eighty rod di-tant.
mid he hurried to the well untied a
PLATT & FREES, Proprietors.
Go To W. B. ROBY'S
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STAPLE ' b ANCY
TOBACC & CUBA US
IS TtUN l
Choice Wuts, Fruits, Sl Confections.
Frrh Kruitt an.l Wg.labN dd on t en .nu...
l(l! ( l l M.l
auction .r. ok irn.i:
R. I) Jone, will sell al public au
ti,.n al Warner'a livery tab!e on l
urdav A.ptemlH.r 31. a lot of ttile
Ke'meiiilH'r the plat w ad date
Warner's -table. Satmda .".pteni
her 3.1. ll
NOTICKOK Mn 'TUN
The firm of Jobiuoii A 'rep hi.
been dl-olvod be niutiiil ooiu,.ti
All liahiliile-ofthortrm wH ,M k-"
tlitl bv Mr Juhneoii, and .all mi.uuuN
f tl-e'rrm have Keen lft with Ca
MeNunv lor collection.
C. W. Joits-tav.
JuU llh K.-1 L t'KtU-i
V.ti.... ij h.Ti.bv eiven that a iute
r j...- -.. .!. '.. f..v,tr .if I i '. W'r- I
nor and i:gned b Morelniid .
Paik. l.tt'd Augut Soth 1Rm, and
falling due Augiint 3l)lh ISSI. and
dniwiug ten .eJ cent inlere-t, ha
be.n l.-i AM j.. ron are her. by
.......l hiui niu'iiti.ilmtr itd note
The Proof of the
nlv to call
- ..- -.- --. -- j HilllM' fcBi-- sS--... -,
bucket, fastcneil the rope about the h K ha been Paid
girl and lowered her to the water. I Mok:i.ano V
She caught up her little uneonwmus
sister and brought her to the surface
After a full hour spent in bathing and
rnhhinir the child allowed i:n of
coiihciousness, and began to revive
She is now fully recovered frm the
effect of tho fall, and the purents r.
loiro in the recovery ot their child
HERGES OF TSB TLXTJ2.
Is the chinning tub f a new"
i ;( i.intl hv l)s i.inah.
t 1? 1. ,. k!..... l..l.i Mil
onlv by tho Colorado line on
..-i.i nnil Tr IT'ilite'a urnrtiee ill I
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those early days was equally ps-, the jaws 01 iicatn.
tensive " ' Tint corn in thi. -ectuin going to
Thri&o.di tfie iVti"!'! and breadth of I bo verv li"bt on account of chine.h
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tin: valley and in the northern comi
ties of Kansas Mr. Kaley was long
the acknowledged leader of the bar,
will of the people was had in the
ehwtion of the following men to rep
resent them at the coming county
convention. Levi Moore, H. C. Scott,
C. T. Rinker,-?. Houchtn, E. C. Haw
;PV H. Maure?r W. Ht Strohm, M. L.
R, t'y MmJc Clertkir Thomas, A. KaU-y and H. B. Simons.
For tho pcnccii 01 Buubcuoera 10
news-papera who are inclined' jump
their accounts, after hanng tafcen a4
paper-from the-oflic, wc qnote the
fniiraraE&OBWtlicU. S. Peaaallaws:
refusal lrm' for the same; i theft,
and any penon jruilty of wck etion
is liable to crintkml fm?vkn tbc
Mtmo as ii Tac had rtektrsas f tSe
.mmmt of SUDcnpwv 'X new
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York-paper li "alw? cofltnwnced I
- a. 2U.1 2BnKBrihnr.3 trtr
sun aaraina bcij '""'
"Now Miranda she is yousually
docilershe slapped my countenance
onct for winkin' at the hired girl, but
generally speaken she is kind to mo.
Butl8eed Miranda was riled. You
seo I had forgot to bring the things
she-sent for. and I said to myself, says
TJbeiah 30111 catch it if you don't
'spla'm- matters, an' I attempted to
'splaini 3 said, says I; Miranda you
know th'erc wns a'corcTts in town an'
A fair expression of the 1 there was the man with the white
breeches an' the man with tnc lop
We htv tlit larfMt
Stock ii tilt VtHty awl wW
ttt he tMltrttld.
Give us a call, one and JJ.
- RED CLO EB.
.lax- rtBmfffi . . r 2K.
r - -a.aara .-. -
ZrT .. -S?
such an offend--
- . . .
t-.. -? -JLrirr from mdiesc-
: " rXJu ;7of the Stenfieh
l?L'2FEZ:'n ZJJLi .tW1 relief
a rvivvHH .n kui wv... j. r
x.. -?V- - Hi 1 ! 1 t" ibmj Brrfiayi " as
mm wpbbbwm ""-
ears-an1 tfknoee with the lile man
ahinditan' the young-man with the
spectacles- an' the little cus with a
smoothewco wot wanted an ornce an
the cap'n of the go-ril-lere an' they all
wanted mc to vote an' they was so
kind an' enquired so effectinly arter
you an the twins an' Miranda is
muscular, Bhe- rix right tr mr he
iascnedboth hands; into- my aurn
leeks an jerked e balsVheawJeal afore
you couW'amy i. IttUytm atraa
ger MtranAt mMti mc roagh and
she clle4aiisBrin' finally ended
br'wtrhiB'aTaae head-fut into a
"Ton sesr theee gray lock,"' ae
eojitined ffiantively, "well they
turned1 crav mebsa the eoreas. ther
wirnt KrayTBefortnvfaJili tly-were.
sMorepieatiBU besom Ufg-uiiiWM an
'.'- l&iigj&:-!..nm Jmmamt
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'.?- v.ir - mswrmBmmamwr " mm
BBBS3BBaSSBBBKBBBBBBB -iBBBW ' V -t-- - . Pm-?,? .s-
thay J-owMirajMUv irVaaaacwkr,
jEIe panssjd MdltrhjcEadT inr
chair seamed to be buried-in? thof"ii
shddeniy be started up as "tfvjogk- he"
xcu i.intt R. Riird's voice is very
I .1 A a1I liinliiil in tho nrt of
drink- iu.. au An nirolv.
llllUIICtim. wuw .. -..w .. -
Miss Minnie Holleran and Miss
Estella Baird acted aa Queen's atten
dants. Their acting and singing were
verv gratifving to all.
Zcresh's attendants were Misses
niara. Ilerkpr and Bernicc Sherwood.
AI? TUekpr has one of the best- of
annrino voices while Miss Sherwood
is an excellant alto.
Mr. C. P. Rinker sung the parts of
Hairai and Harbonah. HU voice is
strong, full basso and he was not
afraid to act. .
The High Priest and Chamberlain
were personated by Mr. J. A. Tulleys.
The parts were well rendered and
produced a good effect both rnusically
Mr. G. S. Albright and Mr. A. E.
Becker with hemleta on their heads
and battle axes on their shoulders, as
Kings Guards, presenting a savage
.nnavna TVlOIT PlfTlltlOn fif the
Kings Commandment to hang Haman
Mr.-J: K. Wilcox acted as scribe
and Herald, in which capacity the
Judge seemed perfectly at home.
Charley ana- Jewis uixon acxea
nicelv m pages in their orange
The Oa easts pagee, Maggie Lutz and
Dora JBeies, come to the banouct in
waltz step which took splendidly.
MissHattieGora played e,part
of Zeradt'c-chOd. She ' httie
beauty and acied Jiicdy.
B. Gore, Mr. Job. Gealer anal M. D.
ffTVwIa All aiw a aaoal aaaBBjeaajts
that we neea- aaavsze
Tb aadience ap
. 'ttw m m -
.ui. BMiaa air. imbbbi 1
""-x" .r , i r: 1
ahavait the aecooa ermmmg. .,-.
AH dad salonditfy aaal deaenre
AM t& Oumtl hm mm talawt.
arecirtaal tiBiar aasaaic
and cngagcil in all the more impor
tant ciuses. He frequently roile liis
horse and drove his buggy three to
fi.'iir days to attend Court one.
At his death he had probably ac
quired more property as the reward of
his profesional labors, than any law
yer west of Crete.
In 1876 Mr. Kaley was a delegato to
the Republican National Convention,
and ardently supported Blaine for
At his death he was President of the
shite board of education, of which he
had been a member for six years.
H n-flH also one of the three Fsh
Commissioners of the state.
The only local offices which he
filled, were those of county Superinten
dent, and member of the legislature.
He had been appointed by the Presi
dent consul to Chmenitz, but his last
! sickness and final dath, prevented
the airiptlcn" of'fta duties. These
are the moat salient points of hi pub
Mr. Kaley was during his younger
days a member of the Lutheran
church, but there is reason to believe
that his religious opinion subsequent
ly became more lileral and broad
than would consist with the narrower
creeds of tho churches. His life and
conduct ever exemplar, disclosed no
departure from the rules of tho strict
est sects. The only difference be
tween his conduct and that of the
most zealous churchman consisted in
the fact that he practiced virture with
ont'a'prctension of sancity, and shun
ned vice without the appearance of
In this rcngh, vigorous, liberal,
western life, Ha entered with the
keenest xest, yet bore himself- untain
ted and unstained' by iflr grtness.
From liquor, tobbacco, and etimulcnts
of every kind he totally abstained.
Nn nMkne word ever escaned his
lips, and his ordinary conversation
even was singularly free from the'
vulgarisms and slang of western
dialect. His virtues left no trace of
egotism, and avoiding vice he ever
maintained cordial, kindly compan
ionship with all his fellow men.
As a lawyer Mr. Kaley was equally '
successful iu the office and at the bar.
As an advocate he was winning, per
suasive. Possessed 01 a good voice
carefully trained, and an easy fluency
of ajteecS, Without strong pawion. Hu
warnevedull, or tedious. Hia hu
morwhilfrfiot brilliant was ever at
tractive; anal hia oratory though not
pie Mat IomWsj wb sdwayaagrecatble.
1, vbv that Maffiiog
to -ri-TTTIr-' iiisMiiiMiitBBT la all
bugs and hot wiud.4.
m my m
FIAUS LZSLIZ'S P0PT7LAS K0HTHL7.
liher, of Saint I.oiih Mo it em j
brace.- the lives and ndveuture 01
Wild Hill. Ihillal.i Hill. Kit far-oii.
'apt. Pavne, Capl, Jnek. Texa .Iio-k
(U mm Joe, and "ther lelchniled
Indian lighten., m-nit. hunter and
i donhlle- a IkioU well north hiixin.
Thfre tir.- not many ,"ple ' lnl
great lmd of our- who do not foul an
inier-t 111 the romantic ileetl- of the
gallant Iain-men A-e alertm
r;7IC5 7C 7:aC"I2S3.
on us and wc can easi
ly convince vou that wc
A little BKLOWthe
so-called "Bed roLkpri-
advcrtiseil bv other
Besley & Perkins- ,
, ' ' '. ,, i .VolictrolK-'-r kIt"' h"t I -il !ti-mlr
The. September number is rsperiallv 1 ui ,.r..,i -!. xjr'lr'r t er tbeinienw 1
. t... n-i : .....!.. 1... ...... 1. .1.1.. i.ir Iwi.'irii uf t!l -ritorT c
noteworthy. The openinr; article, by
IJeorge Alfred Townseiid. siititbsl
"Days of Gloom in the While lloiiae."
ia timely and very interottmr, em
luxlying'a history "of the J'reaidental
mansion, and ihe. mot prominent in
eidenlft in connection with the at
tempted assassination of the Presi
dent. The article is illustrated by
sixteen line engravings. Mr !. Rob
inson cnntriiiite an admirable
article, "Brighum, tbc tyucen of
English watering Placcn, ' with thir
teeen illustration. "Movable Home
and Tent Life" treats of the varioa
homes of the true nomad; thrre are
fourteen illustrations. "An Early
Visit to Mandifield," "A Rita-iaii
Home." "A Chapter on Roses" and
Mr. Denniug a article on "Conieii1."
witli its eighteen illustrations, will
be read with great inters t. Bene
dict' serial, "A Late Remote," is
continued, and there arc nie ex
cellent stories by popular author;
one by Chandos Fulton, "There's
Burglars in the Hoite." is extremely
humorous. There arc sketches, ea
ays, poems, and an abundant mis
cellany replete with interest and valu-
amn nimrmn:mTi i up iiu.n - -
from Hcywood Harday's patntimc
Tlio nnrn nt sinclo mnv l OtllV i
cents, and the yearly sulrtcriptimi f3.
postpaid. A specimen copy will be
sent post-free bv inciting 115 cmM to
Frank L, slies Publihing H4-, 67.,
55 and 57 Park Ilace, New York.
II Wll4ll V... . .1. .
COlItUIWD rti I W.I-IOT MUniT, Jl i"i
C!.ta n ll.e S" tui.Ur ' tl niht l
K.fcru.ry. Mr A''l - ''"''a1' A"
llluo Ili'.l n lkeiriiatail ln- imohih" !
k-uirr. A r1. Inly il ll.r. t Ui.
tv't m tli-et slfnl r '" Bai !
Amrrh J.ii-.Scfttntri aji-l :rewUr.
Eauiuatijii t cwmin' 13Ivb A.m.
A A. rr.
Caan.y Saicflt.ttmlroi ut I'uWk ImtructUo
In thi Piitriet Ponrt if tb flftb j.tic'l
iutrirt ol NUak In ! 1-jt 1btir
foar.tr. , .... .
iaiferrt Johmon. I'l llf. I
Hcnn Joboton. Iwft- I
To lUnry Johnn noB-red'1'ot
JilL Ym "re hrljr 1 otlfi! tht u lb llh
tnrnj. juTintnn niti n.r
i.tiiion zint 7o In lu r' ""m"! Cnurt
Il. Li... ...! nrrr tf ifiilrli mrm ti nbtaln
i. -- O..1 wna ntr. allllulir ilnnduirl
the UlB,lB'itb"l i""' ew. Ur lb trui
I f two yar lt U
I v.. ... r-nairil to niwr ni I CTtl'.i-n
or Uli Mo.l.r the Jrl iUr ofit?W KM.
MikOtxT Ji4tiM!J. PlalntlC.
Uy E'ji C. HrttT. btr Attmr.
Money To Loan
r itMI K-Lite. in Wel-ler anl ad-
mformation. The numi er is .ountics at the -.erv lt rate-,
li.heil with a hand-ronc cdore. will 1 iv"v"rv fanner who think- ol
niece. "He Won't Hurt iou. ' " J? notVtv l mc - '"
kcywood. Harday's. patmin. rrri. t' ' , Any lUr
Notieea ia tbia colnaju will b t)jrr9l & c3
b 11a each wak.
Go to Roby'e for Butter on ice.
ii:u KU in -
I UVH Kill it;,
aij a ri'ii. i.i vk uy fAXtt
AtJui x uur !.B
Ice Croftci Parlor.
U here von nn always
t j uicK di-h of In- rr4m durii$
V harc f tbo public wilron.n;c tl
rtsJT'.f'I'r "bolol. Fir-t tbir
rt'th .f Mitchell A yivrhntlt.
urn Ciotf, - - St.Mti.
Shipping tags can
be had st the 1
nit .. ... . .
naktiig arrangnments with any
No rxn- to tb- horrw no
t:d:'2 delay no d-.iling tth eastern
parti'? no apphc:.tn Ii-, "rtiu or
ifiinrniseion-iio fee for making or
reeordlng paper- or taking aekiiowl-j
cdgTnenK no advauee r -r'ni-an-
l.i .nmrt ntul no ir'ereat until ,
mr'iyv i" aetnallj in hand.
Co upon r-r aldr-
JL A. frxrrs.
tf I" Brok-r. IMue HiH, "
siiat. the Albright IIorc.
Headquacrs for dour at Putnam'
Flour and Feed Store.
A lull stoe.t ot iron ana ov . t.i n,,,
pumps, at MiTC.KU.A-Mouii.nT. , J-'; --;J VtoinMue
- . 4inie main t - !- c--'. ---- 1
than lonTyi'8HMii.i'i, .- -
For the ssion, e-Y. sinl- Bcrri,j
3.i n. . '
Tin hore newds ns'y ts w ktxu-v
w 1-; admiral. He ha 1h?ti aeknl- ;
flKel bv many good judges to : in" .
v. c-.. ipj ...- if land
rut. U4i.i. iuj in.- - -- .
miles sotith-weat of Bctl Cloud partiy
undcr cultivation. Timber and water
Apply at this office.
IT'yosr hed acbea. you are 'J,"',J
and wearr. yoa' are oot of humor anc
cross as a bear, it W hfeh time you
were baying a btrtllc of & Marshall i
q:v. nmil.i. onnounce 5tii an-
'3"""' W"""-n - -.. y-. rif
other important reduce-Vj- -
in'err.I onnTlll K.- '''
; " V z-,,rtM. ru j
.crzzw. Tr. - --!:,.-tT0
Bank and iave yo' -' ,
"All Usa tf J Sm"
.?cn'.n tht crU"n Wright. 111 rWt. j
r?l nrund. BryWUl 'y. fymmcv- j
rical forwS5-i Hl", " cutjk.,
1 tofaflRSKtMskiUen. Hownn
nCo has a grxxi AcV Wi him at ac
raUat. Cnul furtlr- ftrxe will 1--found
at th2 fV.niirrtf vrr
tUm Mn tmf .tfl. zi Uc 'nrntT of
l . r, t?.. i.. VV Trt
1 t. n..Ki7v. ;. f wj. .. -- -- , .-
and f- .er. i - f-- r - Inaval-, O McCall llenry u'. ,
-.-"-- y . .. I .... ....! ftfllTytf1 &2L 111-
ji '-,fcej 3 tan" i.-. .- - -.- ---
t ,MmtA the fractional t rc
cfUn-laytfcf . . hlir j,
ana wre -ei- --.,t ,n-heTefc-afi?K5,cr
M- B. McNitt.
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JM.,, -tiL' -Jit ' - ' -TZ
?-f S!Ss jstSmf r&Jt MmmmJi "' u"'"'"
SBftric& aJBi satkical comedo
tMUB severally. Sa took ck plxoa
msw the ferar uwyera 01 tne auic
in aeilibtife he was msrnalin tha j
, . . ii r,ji.i n at
ii 1 - ia -n r- vmrL- - m j - -- -
MUf M I.r ?ndth d Bell Port-1
7IfltlwvwM:fff.J(2 k wUU
Moiwrtoprnvenpwwon ui 'j-- -- . hg, JvJc-
Ktm aVeedc -x-y ? cn, saixh." bng 2- foa -rw
t'nithJack.forrJ'r.cr UU14C icocic
Hit u j. emt
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