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RED CLOUD, WEBSTER CQUNTY, NEB., FRIDAY, OCTOBER 26, 18S3.
The largest stock of Exclusive
Millinery in the Village, now
open at the
LEADING MILLINERY STORE !
The bargains offered you in Hats, Plumes,
Tips, Birds and Velvets, can not" be duplicated
in the city. Stock Fresh erom the
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we arc enabled to give you the Very. Lowest
Possible Prices. Mail orders promptly attend-
J. A. FOWLER.
FIRST DOOR NORTH NATIONAL BANK.
IVE W G1DD
Just Arrived AT BAUM'S Cheap Store,
Hate and Caps. CLOTHING
Notions, Groceries, Trunks, and Valises, Men's
and Boys Suits a Specialty. A nice line
op LADIES' CLOAKS and
Also, Soldiers9 Overcoats to be Sold
Way Down. Bound to Sell I
In Order to Make Room in Store.
L . BAUM.
People's Clothing House !
Recently Opened in the New; State Bank Block,
One Door West of the Bank.
WE ARE MANUFACTURERS OF
And can. therefore, give you
We came to Red Cloud to DO THE PEOPLE
GOOD; and respectfully ask eery person to
call and examine our goods.
MVe also, keep on hand a well selected stock of
HATS AND CAPS!
Gent's Furnishing . Goods, Trunks,
. Valises, Umbrellas, &c,
ma pi be sold at sm low iutis
THAT IT WILL SURPRISE THE PEOPLC OF
RED CLOUD AND VICINITY.
JOHN HAY, RED CL000, NEB.
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FRIDAY. OCT. 26, 18H1.
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sMiier a MaaoAjr Taiac or befort tha
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. Wut, Aii'u
All bill for locals, advcrtining and
job work, will hereafter be due nd
collected monthly by thin office. The
bills for the Mine will he presented the
fint of each month.
Virisc JatiJa-f tkat it u a imlr taat I awa
to btmIC ta withdraw air aaaia aa a aaalMata
for tha eCea af aaariff af WaUtar eaaaly . a aa
aaast afaot faallagaalata aaae tha axaaaaa.
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TI01. J. WA1.
Blue hill is growing very rapidly .1
Cocatv commissioner meet Nov. 2
Dumucr court act the 20th of No
vember. Mu. Sx.vLti of Iowa, win in town
0. II. Maiiyatt A Co. At Moody'
C. W. Makvis' wife, has j?one
cast on a visit.
'Squinr. (5umi goca to Ohio, for a
visit next month.
Mr. Pauukk, a ntock dealer has re
turned from the wcet.
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r.iKCTiu uny win noon 00 Here.
Great will m tho conflict.
Make you application at the State
Bank for yonr farm loans. H-tf
Mrs. Cromwell, formerly of Or
Icann, has located in Kcd Cloud.
..!. AUBE!J OI 1110 AftUS, WIWI
in Lincoln nnd Omaha last week.
Ox dit, tliAt Sheriff Warren U an
independent candidato for sheriff.
Dr. D.UEn.L and Lawyer Gump
are now located in their new office.
A family named McMillan of Weut,livail thomscIvw of this cosy
Virginia, have moved to Red Cloud, t
Mr. Sarin, the Guide Rock butchc r. i
The Chief a call last
Thk rrebytcri.m8 had a eood crow.l '
at their festival Friday night at the '
Lewis Kennev, saya the Argus is
mistaken. He lm served his appren
ticeship. Tin: Chapel fwtival on Friday eve
ning, was well attended by tho rail
road boys. t
Kkd Cwdd was crowded with teams
Saturday. Fully two hundred teams
were in town.
E. O. FERnnthas been secured to
to teach the Scott school for a term
of four months.
The Episcopal festival was postpon
ed on account of the inclement weath
er Tuesday night.
G. A. Watxw, nephew ofT.-Mc-1
Crcary, is in Kcd Cloud, with a view
of locating here.
Good healtk, rosy cheeks and beau
tiful skin, ladies can get by using
Brown's Iron Bitters.
Mr. Nelson Coxe, of Guide Rock
a staunch dawocrat, give The Chief
a pleasant call Monday.
.At tho horse race Saturday, Crazy
Jane of Salem, Kan.,won the $100 purse
over Col. Wiggin's horse.
The ladies aid society will meet at'
tho residence of Mrs. Burg'a Friday
afternoon at two o'clock.
In Gump's court Friday, a case of
plain drunk attracted His Honor's
attention.. Result, 0 and trimmings.
johx xessy, formerly of
Cloud, paid fire dollar-, for the first
copy of The Cuoa that wn avr print
ed. bmAL Aot, P. Mni,
fathr and mother who have been be
lting for a few days, hare returned
Jam a SwuiiXQ, form ly awitolf
man, in Uie B. and M, yard, at led
Cloud, is givmg gipjj, u w
OOR$e.ator,aH.Wvck, has our
thanks for valuable K,.hfi H,,-..m
on the commercial rdaUoM of- the
Mm. a D.Bcschott, wire of treasurer
Buecbow mna children, will return
nome today rroraa even weeks visit
ylLj' Prttoer at
nsssemew ia Rsdn,,. ixr- i
now just a baker's do in Bed Clou
u mwmi uiirtaei,
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A rre ndold8tviB;tiat if yo.
wish your work -7TOa mJi do
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Vixvex or uit cp, made V order.
at Mra. Ka.loc'-. 2w
Thk SUte Bank ill gixe you the
best term on farm loan. 1 1-tf
Ocr county lupcrintcndcnt of punljc !
matroctimt, Cluw. V. Springer, haa
been on the ?ick list thia week.
Go to Mrs. KcHocjc' for bargain in
plumes, and in fact all kinds of millio-
cry ami incy gooo... 21
For tho greatest rarieiy, moat ttv-
,lih goodji, and lotreet pricen.jfo to
Mr. Ktlloga "popular"
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Mrk. Kfxuaui U cloning out thia
week, -a large line of atraw hats' at 25
cent each. Ako a aic lot of felt bau
at 50 cento'each. at
Mr. M. L. Taoxas, received ordern
from tho Chicr P. O. Clerk at Oataha,
on Wedneaday, to report at headquar
ters without delay for duty. Ue leit
The ancient definition- of the word
applicaUon, was the act of applying,
or continual indaMry, hut a modem
Weltcr county school teacher, aaya it
ia digging a cellar.
R. D. Jones, of the firm of June &
Goble; lumler dealers of Red Cloud,
spent part of thia week in looking af
ter his interests in the various lumber
yards with which he is connected in
Why do housekeepers prefer De
Land's soda? Bocause it is a! way a
uniform, free from adulteration, snow
white, neatly put up, has many excel
lent receipts with every package, and
is guaranteed to bo all right.
Is another column wo publish a few
sections of the law in refercuco to town
ship organization. Those publishod
are the most important sections and
bear directly upon tho issue about to
be settled at the polls on election
a'e beautiful snow covered the
housctojw on Wednesday morning,
and presented a winter-like appear
ance to the avesuge inhabitant of Bed
Cloud. It rained all day previous and
turned cold enough to snow before
Dr. II. A. Baird, our dentist, has
procured ono of the latent inventions
in gas machines for the extraction of
teeth without pain. Thoso wishing to
Scllin8 "d of aching teeth should call
m lno next few d:iy9-
Thk former opening of tho catho
lic cbuiclr, in Kcd Cloud, will take
Place Aovcmlier I8th. Ser-
yicts' mori"nK unl evening. Keduc
ed r,ltCi h' lply"ff to Bcv. J. A.
Fanning, D. D., Orleans, Nob.
J. A. Fanning.
John P. U.vvil.V, our atfable and gen
tlemanly county clerk, is tho nominee
of the Republican ami Anti-Monopoly
party, and will be elected by a gtxul
round majority. He is the right man
in the right place, and is an efficient
and courteous officer. Wo wish 4iim
V. H. Strohm. J. R. Wilcox, J. S.
Rothrock, M. W. Dickcraon and Roy
Hutchinson, who went on a hunting
excursion to Elm Island, a few days
ago, have returned. They killed 98
geese and a host of other game. They
report having dead loads of fun while
taking in. tho Platte. Besides what
game they brought home they shipped
420 pounds to Denver.
The first quarterly meeting of the
M. E. church, at Rod Cloud, will be
j held on October 27 and 2S. Services
follows: Saturday, preaching at two
and half-past seven P. M. Quarterly
conference at three .P. M.; Sunday,
lovefeast at 9 A. M.; Sunday-school 10
A. M.; preaching at II A. M., and at
half-past seven P. M.
C. R Lktest, Pastor.
KEO Cloud has a literary society at
last. A number of young folks met
at the residence of Mr. Vance, SaUir-
day evening, and succeeded in organ
ising a literary society, electing the
President C S. Dam.
Vice-President-lf iss Ida B. Allbert
Secretary Mm Sssilh.
TreasurerMiss Carrie Vanee.
Critic-Miss Slla A. Putaam.
Thk Cmiar has beea. arged to call
the attention of the peajple to the im
portance of having a telephone ex
change in Red Cloud. In doing sOf we
feci that it woaM be of immense raise
to the people, and especially so, to the
business men who have business to
transact, at the depot, and elsewhere
in the town. If a small exchange
could be introduced we think that it
would be a .question of time wiien it
wosild become into generally use ia
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venience to private families who coald
then order their groceries over th
wire, and the ladies would he saved
the nsccsssity of coming us town
amaay times in the m-sist of their saer
ning's work. The eon-renience however
does not rest solely ia hoosehoMs, hut
it a priceless heeae in your every day
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From lime to time, autre attm!n$
control of The Ciiiet, we have fooml
it a pkaaure tor mention the variotti
enterpriaes of Red Good, and ah-Ul cot
Unue Uidoao at eterr dvonat.4eoi
portunity. In accordance whh oor
pretioos desigMi and intention, w
wUh th'ta week to call the attention of
oor readera to oee o( the moat tto'iriah
ing banking houses in the weat, ami
one too, which our citisna feel deely
tnterrsled in. We refer to thf Suie
Dans of Meu uiouo, organtzeu a nine
over year ago by es-goveroor Garber
of Xtbraska, Leri Moore, J. W. fc"her
wood, L. P. Albright and It. V. Shirey,
live of the prominent and uhUntlal
citisene of this city, with an authoriz
ed capita! of $50,000. As to how well
they hare succeeded in ratahlbhing it
on a solid basis, w have only to refer
yon to their aworn statement at the
close of busineafl, Octoiwr 6, which
shows a deposit account of nearly
40,000, and the bank yet is tta infan
Whenjirat organised tbebank occu
pied the Albright building weat of the
Holland house, but after a brief aUy,
the constantly increasing buiu
gave evidence that new quarters would
nare to be aecureu, aa ax aa expense
of almost $20,000, jsiVuklsome and
commodioiu builMas9rSi the corner of
Main street and Fourth avenue was
erected. To say the least it is one of
the linest and most elaborately finished
buaiueas bouses in the Republican
valley, and a credit to the enterprising
spirit that characterizes the btuiucju
men of Red Cloud. A fine fire-proof
vault is contained within its walln,
along with all the latest improvement
known to modern banking, including
time lock, etc.
Tho stockholders of this bank arc
numlered among our wealthiest nnd
mojt influential people, many of whom
have redded in Welvster county, for
year., and arc well-known through
out the valley. Mr. Garber, one of the
principal stockholders, was governor
of Xcbncka, from 1S74 to 1878, and is
well and favorably known in this and
other state. Messrs. Moore, Jonca,
Goble and Shirey, are all more or less
known in this section of the State, and
each have their various interests at
suko in Red Cloud, and aro intent in
seeing our city prosper and grow.
The success of this banking house
is beyond, a similiar comparison, aa tho
rapid increase of business indicate,
and now numleis aome of the best
biitdne men in the city and county
among it patrons. As security to its
depositors each stockholder is individ
ually liable to twice the amount of his
stock, thus making the bank perfectly
safe and reliable. Aside from this
fact the names of tho men who are
connected with tho bank, is a suffi
cient guarantee of the permanaocy of
tho institution. v ,
Since the bank Jwas first organized,
Messrs. Sherwood and Albright have
retired and embarked in. other enter
prises, but with their retirement, others
have taken their places, and tho same
energy and zeal that has permeated tho
management in the past will form a
prominent feature isritt future career.
Wo bespeak for the bank a generous
patronage from the people of this part
Mr. Shifey, the affable and courteous
cashier of this house, is a practical
and thorough banker and business
man, and we can recommend him to
confidence of the people. Success to
Si!CE our last issue we have talked
with a number of people in reference
to the reorganisation of Rett Cloud,
from a village corporation to that of a
city organisation of the second class.
This could be easily done and the ad
vantage and prestige we would gain,
would more than compensate us for
the change. As to the people spoken
to en the subject, there seems to be
only one sentiment and thai is ia fav
or of the reorganisation. We hone
the trustee will loot smnsi the matter
ia the proper light end take the iaia
tory stefM to complete the week. It
certainly woaldte a boom for Bed
The following is a list of the Tetiag
Bwces ia Webster county, ier the gea
era! election, Xovember . 1W3 ;
For Guide Rock precinct, at E. O.
Parker's omce, Guide Rock.
For Stillwster precinct, at Mean's
sdioot-hotsee, 8. D, 3Ce. 5$.
For Oak Creek preciact at Zanney's
choolhoisse,8.li Ke. 77.
FerOarnMrscist, Stone school
kiu.. si rs at,. m
house, Wa. 11.
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During Ut wrrk a pfrtaodrd pint
ttal mtdrum, trTr!it wnlrr tie frc
somen of Fcwt, came to- Red Ckl
where by hand Kill and a titxl Soot
ih of tratnpna. he anrKiOMrrd hi. in
tention o( !jiue In thr WHi-t
of tha aplriu nf th prrjit antn?, t
dirra pbveea and at drgHatd j.eiki.
m the dtr Xo lW mu otrr w
an expert at teger drf.ii. and entrr -
Ulurd hia audiencr. m an avrjaU?
manner, prreuiuig niwiy curuu ani
wonderful things real or lmiftTU,
By many, he w a declared a fraud n
strong term. On one occasion Ji jp
iarAUon appeared on the itaje drrd
iu wliat appeared to lm m Mother Hub j
hanl night gon, but in rehty it
only a ahrel. Ir ct the people on the
alrrt, and the more timid cr dotting
lurait of grtting out of tlie pttece
of the gho4t In the ahorirat way. when
it took a walk and disappeared to
rcahna mwc congenial. Tho manu
factured iectrc waa one of FnaterV
beat, and was all wool and a yard wide.
Foster, k is atated, sluqdy prKiircd a
sheet for the occasion and with it
made a ghuttly showing. Tljcre were,
however, a number of doubting Tom
in the room, and aUo, some who re
marknl to themselrca, who afraid'
etc.; but still there waa no going l
hind the returning Ikm rd, as there
tod ilia ghot, ;ln titer than a real
ghost. Fond hopes ate seldom rcaiitrd
in this world, and thou it hj iu this
casc. Mcllicau no likte ghoqtco vcllce
muchoc on a dark night at Ieat. But
returning to our subject, Foster board
ed on credit to the tune, we are in -
formed, of $10, lcsides borrowing !2j ,
from a friend, and suddenly folded
his grip and flickered out, as did
as nitl nu
ghot before, for purposes similar to
those practiced in this place. J low
ever, the parties went Iwfore Hi,' Hon
or. F. A. (lump, J. P , and secured the
necc4ary2papem for his arren and
put them in the IiaikU of Sheriff War
ren for execution, who will plnco the
steel bracelets on his arms in earnest,
if he should trap his bird.
Tin: following complimentary notice
of our predecessor, Mr. M. L. Thomas,
we take from tho Hastings ilairitr
Junrnal of Tuesday.
M. L. Thomas, formerly tho popular
editor of the Red Cloud Chief, mndo
this oBicc a pleasant call yesterday af
ternoon. Sir. Thomas, we arc more
than glad to learn, has lccn appointed
U. S. Mail agent, with a route from
Omaha to Ogilen, nnd predict Un
do Ham will h.ivo an efficient agent in
Mr. Thomas. Wo aro pleased to nolo
the promotion to positions of trul,
emolument of tho men who have labor
ed, in the editorial hamc, as they
generally deserve all Mich posts.
In the cour scof humn events it be
comes ncccessary to c-t tho reflec
tions of the amount of bucincss done by
our merchants before the eyes of the
citizens of WcIhIct county, in order
that they may bo able to judge where
to go to procuro the best goods. Iu
this connection wo wish to cxll the at
tention of those who are in need to the
extensive stock of hardware, stoves,
etc, carried by the enterprising firm
of Morhart A Fulton, of Kcd Cloud,
defy all competition in their line ami
have the mot complete stock ever
brought into tho Republican valley
It is complete in every particular.
Their stock of stoves b simply be
yond description and embraces every
conceivable design of rooking and
heating stoves. If you want bargains
come quick as thciratock is going fast.
REAL ESTATE TRANSFERS.
We take (he following traders of
real estate for the past week, from the
public records of Webster county :
Silas Garber to August Lauterbach
warranty deed, fifty feet off north end
block south of block 32, Red Cloud,
Wm. Whitten to J. A. Rvers w d lots
1$, 17 blk 7. Roarer's add'. Blue HilL
Jas McCallender to Mary M. Brown
w d lots 2. 3. Cow!-., con. 3rtj;
S. M. Richmond to W. P. Fulton, wd
s hf aw nr H2. con. $750.
8. M. Richmond to Victor B. Fulton,
sr d a hf aw qr IK-Mi, eon. $73
Harry Feight to H. A. Wsteon, w d
to 10.11 - Wk - 9m 4 Ms sad.
Snd Cloud, con. $559.
L T. Irwin to L.C Wiiliams w d n
hf ne ar 12-3-11, coa. $1000.
Sol B Roher ta PD. McClelUn, w d
as , me sts asat. MueHin, cou.$5
P. D. McClailan to Philin Rock, jr..
w d lot 4, hlk s R's add. Iie Hill in
R. T. Root to R. ASmpwon.wd e hf
w hf se qr and e hf aw me qr 7-4-9,
J. X. White to 9. If. Ri-haao1 .!
. to Wm. tcmeyer Hd rcceiat
aa r 32-4-le
U. & to Richard Lewis Hd receiat
CB.AQ.to Jasm sV Hsmshk ctfi
awr $3 aw qr 23-3-It. I
J. n. a V s j u. llawssadc stf
U. . to Jshn A Casst, lid rewnf, $4
U. 9. to Mr stiahardssaL trtsntnc
U. B. to I. Irwin, mrfeat ahf ns? ar'lf-J-1I.
iirM to s call (w&k&atJ fee. Tmt
ncr the tthr 4 W44m;.
mtniW-4fB( fwwry .
intcndrnt, &sr tl !y wrrii'4:
cmniy tmkver' cttM, w !t
l-tms ct4 Pa &t4r W rvt
ty erHrrintrtdent Jinf?. W- J
Vflcr t 1kvV. wm Wii?4 dv$r
, fcd V U tittttit af C!r-
rrtry MwW ;oJ rarfirJ, Omt
iiww.i jtmwt tfiruAt-4
Xorvl and f4ftva. tht a cunntUe)dm.ry ft n iXW J,t
of thrc I j.fHMHU4 in tk rUlr !, ftry. 4 !Vi4 !!
Arfr A Ct-nttnuito aa.irf tgr4a, ,rtion. ffV.ljw wrlmy 1
CVunty aupcrintaitiAtnS MJwIiUeb' aw Y KM Owia, Ca ,
JodaonatHl MS- Xioi huuih, -asjfcV. Jjm ?st. KVuAsr K4 Assw
b a t t.tkt..,.
ttc vn by law. le Whi a commiltrv r
prcram for next meiig.
Motion to proee-ed toelectitm f 4-
rrr. wajr Uld aldc till ch tiOie
the eminttcc on xstiniwi hU W
able to make report.
Moved and carried, that the wda -
tlon mtH't on the ctnd .'Mtnrday ?t
each mottth, at cacIj ein nf th
ociafioti, the pUce U the nextef
of the aaociation to bo deicnotel.
Movtl and carried, that IJnI CtsMull
Im tho pfv of firt utettitg
Moveil and cnrel. that the biKir &(
SMeniMy le tet A.M. eerod SiMr
lay in November. Ad)Mttuel.
&pl CrTTj,ka U f Tai Ovi'fl
Mil KwtoK. Aftr iotftut
Cloud, i had a wry ph44ttt
through the heautifu: country hieh
Ilm between that ptact and my lAtn.
I noticed that tho cro rri kh1 nil
along my trip. I arrived at heme mr
ly that evening and Marled fat U-uM
College Monday morning, with bright
anticipations of seeing the home of
my former m-IjooI day. I thought of
the Professor ami the old cho-dm:tte(
and n thousand fond recollection rh.
tere.1 arouml my nnnd. Uo WU,,,,,,,, ,
riiii'im T.r thnlnViil In. n. I .....H . '
. r; . ", , "' v r """j
iibiwii. J umi -io HMiuif. cii mr.ei
ing a number of tho old schoolmate
nnd forming an aetptatntnnet with
many others. The thclorfcrtl i-xrrejes
I considered eicclleni. nl w;s gUd j
that I was soon to b a paHictpant. j
Prof. Noble looked as natural m ever. I
However, two new teachers have lcen
hirwl. Prof. Shannon of Gavlord and
Mm. Setiyler from Oibow, NcbM who TlHCnrsMitdn-s attar oM i"UU
seem to I" well appreciatetl. Mrs, 'J,n ' Ibiwing roliesi f ltt and R
Scuyler hn the largfwt mun rb ' "" 'r,,! ,,CM' ftr snarn !y th Ihn
that has uvcr Ih-co orgaiii1 at Un j ,,"Jf ts aipwisft-lHin ws Weh i m
place, nnd all seem hhthlv tdeaMsl i mof' l'vbvi Hiho a U ihet, but U
with her work.
Tho college hat received a now nldtc
coating throughout the interior, and
preparations havo been ruilc (or I
building a landing ImII. Crotw Wing
gool (u this virimtv. Tic town hvt
made considerabht lmprorenreit nd
tho oul!ok for the institution cfwr
Hoping fur the success ofyoorejeJ.
lent paper, I remain repdttfully
yoiin. 11. K. JlKowsr.
Harlan, JTan., Oct. 20.
HtUJ 0rri--r-lK Tas CaUf.
Dear Kit i EXo. I havo heanl Uisl '
you hsd made loeatiou at Ucl floud,
eb.; and thaLyou had good pnjeqt.!'b'E to tlm kfo of srrcrttcnt
I am trillv clad of thi. the nior e ntlfeh We Atr Aecm'joof.1 in .4t. -.
I bchero that the democrats arc going
to get posscMion of the cintry, ami i
inaugurate the free trla Kihy, if ao,i
look out for ban! tlme. I have jnst
lccn reading in an old magazine of the
ooprescd concition of trado and inau i
a j. .. f
ufacturers in England, jutt prior to l
the rule of the rcrcue tarifr Demo- j w t not? Tlicrc wx nth? Wd"
crata Jn this cotuitry in l42, and th-1 timlay nrght U., to ? if 4 sm
marvelous revival of business Jmrnesfi-i "' cotnM it fe-s r(trf -p-mt isi
ately succceiling the action of th.! j lt?criptJort of th-i p.pl'- ntfiV, If.
party in tliis country, adopting wha.t Is Wa driwl night sre prhjps
known as the revenue LiriiT of IM'2.'UT 'H1 ' tbj pwpft ltt HeA turn
History ta repeating kc!f. Tln4 UtifT"01 -oVmstd (heir librtWs in as
for revenue of these years - i the fi-' I numlr Mm: co'iil puppy,
nancial disorder known iu IH2 Fjr ilry wonhl. Iti UrL thst4df
rereiiffo tariff, which nteana !m.fny.ff J
cheap food, and monsy for England.
and silent workshops, dm?rted mine,
prostration rf businoaa, the crowdinr of
eiuiem, mechaulca and lstorera (tvm '
the towiMi sod cities into arm og aod i
agriculuiral purs, transiorwinc
consumers of fcrm prodwets iMo -,.
oncers, isanring arofitahle iTotrncnt
anu employmeet to none but the tram-
perutioft compsnies, who tmtH cany J
tho farm prodocts to market sod
freigfit back the foreign goodi rcvd
la Ohio; Jdfcw Ilmdl and hia
.needs waxed indignant over thsr de-
crease in the tariftT on wool, whereby
the 9ute (a they asserted waa rubb-jd
of a vast amouBt of wealth, and yet.
aerer failed to impress open the pr
ate that the unjust and Inisfisow aro-
tecsisss tsriaTun wool ssxf wwsisss rh
sfotshled the cost of hlanketr m r,U j
en cJothtBg articles of prime tom-
stty -snd en election dr wc x the
woebgrowers of Ohw WrU yw their j
harroi afafea- few-yssa sussrf fcy rin !
fan HoasHjr assi (he -iassserraikr flrkt, t
an4 by then mm were those w
n r?nf.vjt & !' -y
m-3 i4f?ii m $t M
j tV f!aali,y. Wahairaat
TW f-rty ji Te &t 4 ! f"
fin l t k et. tHf
f t&. r $hv l ? i V4
a4 StfT t rim i
1 1 lurm th- fwt ,A U l
- 4tn up fMf Ur ?t7i
;?Mfy 't & T 14 i
,pt i H Yx lis. ! Kitt-
fcwv-i . td V lm. Ufcfc s jf
t rssia(jta r,m4MM W tf r4lf rum
mj ttm rJs ih mm 4ir
; t-nnr iMf $ "Hf ,iv
j I jnyr.1 .tfW t tU t f
Vrw UUle r bi&2 WCW tufcK
um. Utx mn tj m Ux&
f K I U taiatt nd fir Un
tfctn aWtt H stfcl jx4wf, ttf &?
et th rmdr TVm 0nr y pjitlias?
f ah mJlne 0fn fctei.
fW? m a de(fkMeT t C-aV.
i Us i4err 1msjsU. iXit tk.
- v rip 5RVT
(H4e f a dlstioKiKts' lrt fmt4
either tte CLnr- )& MtsP
ldy4rUr Mirfs t V,. fV
try reotsMa art m r wva trr4
mrs -tut tHtSSt A lfmim ft(
ia.i4 tt wr rltiU0 t-ssWt
Tlelr mi,.J i wsry twjtK d rsk t-iu
ultMsrnl sw. 'JTW lwkti M pfortlt
tr ff fwl hataWrs.
In ISTI. thi. l'tl a,, rr-rrt
atjtT UtUleirtd lr tWwn. nntn o
tektt AmiftsNkst sMf, (iNrat9.t
their flirts nd tt-.-ssdt (Jh m ttp&l
ns. l.'p to (14 tim, ttWVj MtM
pertl In a tst ti4iH tivn tJ
ler nt'" St Pti&rir tsss !
pttrtnittM t enter l4elr t-MSavlar
muter Hh of thasilw Xa4 rsefi
llv Oooesn nt flerl ! fntei"
up frni the smi.hU rid f Hitle
sand of )
T1 jeTnit,i.i on- etedel tft tt
Ameriatt. Mr lviett, ta sjudfr th
habits, (itctom and hUutyiU fai
euiious oatfoo. U hl-rhW afisall.t
hv hirn snd Ul - feulji "jMiisfi
Mo Hil4n hho ifitereting W
rather ntnmentil iWrs prl-HVa
t hi th?r wtlifr and they
aUiut or W4tk alorg tho st.
atlrnrt ss tnuch attention m
'inysiw ct( or
! ,,nyl-- ' t-t im U rUing in
j Whinglon Ui rival tbet untruth'
Jlaniifj utu ith its red ruaittj) Jck
cts, is expected.
rhe peple, or wmii? of the people of
the iJjtilctttf CoSurabu are l.ecrmln
cUmorrHs (r t, rfaht of mttefxam
again. It 1 oti nffh tt. ntri-nia
fc4l(i es In the compoH vbmHtri't 4
fiUr illOllf that Us ceiiler, IU Vftry
hrt dtss H throb with tin ltnihit
lmple. Ut hi tt Vtmttntf
cneto mosreJ.. Io nher nl, hf
lhtrwt of Cohtmbbs Is govemf ly
ppthitc( goteoor nt ComftilMfoftefs
and lh? 35.0tif) Ut ,tMie f,p owf 'fiofa
Illation, though ai I lie rnlr -.f . t.-
"Wlcan toverrimcnt hitf
l - ,mmtriT', .i4fi
. - -- . -T- . T---. -.r-, - a-v" j
re 7 tAr or
,oce in tlnir own atfstr
n 'ooh f rmsr' thsl irW
wa no ooe. there bsit cm.Uu:.$ UtttK
j tire, m the ctesjt of that rht.f efys'
cow ,4 i-e uronrt dit TW
'"""S fr poloiI u mmnlht c
"J1 I ntittM os b t srii f
. the motetnent lkc fire d ftasetj
TU? Wca that he tKiHrt f C?hn4s.
not at part oftJ najifnal ryimpt
uovemnts r rrjMIIrt H the l
Wksi mal'w Jj sttppotttaM Is
that th-s ceorrd wmUkm htm
the iictimr of paity srrfca when a
log was ikrttttof, Thy p?9f.t hartf
soScred by a b4 stMWaussefa sdW
" fotg: ayssvtn. sd hma
sf Wwnd e it k t-in yesir.
"Bwt tWre k Ks-w Wj-4rd aa
thastl mMt rfsW-f
I'ConJefcf the 4i4rki iSKiki tn
yen s, Jf? m het H
rafc - l, pgti&llym tkn tW ths,
I lhn4 thSi wU fc rrrnlsetl afd C
hsrc n 4stll tKM the rijcM f rt
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