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About The Red Cloud chief. (Red Cloud, Webster Co., Neb.) 1873-1923 | View Entire Issue (July 25, 1884)
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Every little boy iu the city
have a rat show.
.. C. W. Kaley returned fri
r City last Saturday.
, Mil Kicitakd Tucker is buildingMr.
"Iu Callamus new house.
Judge Wilcox has oncTof the finest
residences in the city.
Mb. Toiuu:sTEtt has been under the
weather for a few days.
?T$. F. Mizee, our newgroccr, has now
' the "plate front'-' or the city.
yt W. Gates and P. M. Hamaker
' traded dwelling houses on Monday.
We have a number of blank school
orders for sale. Call when in need.
DilMcKekiiy sold .his buggy team
"611 Saturday for $300. It was a fine
W. P. Watson lost a black horde
,y which strayed from Charley Potter's
Mr. Codmax bought a stacker and
mowing. machine on Monday, for hw
-ItEV. Geo. O. Yeiser occupied
pulpit at the Baptist church on
J Mr. Bkckwith, of Monmouth,
P has been in Red Cloud looking after a
tA. G. W. Kalkv is vifiitintr in Ne-
odesha, Kansas. Charley is a forlorn
, Thkjie was & washout on the B. &. M
between Guide Rock and Araboy on
rtfCs Saturday last 31 engines passed
in and out of Red Cloud with heavily
St Several bridges were floated out
SS- "Mrottirover the various streams, during
the last few days.
General Sciiofiem and family p'ass
cd through Red Cloud, enrouto for
Denver, on Saturday last.
Sove bad boys played weasel onjMr.
Hicks' chicken coop the other night.
They took several of His chickens.
Mrs. Rowe, of Nemaha county, Nc-
I braska, who has been visiting Mr. and
Mrs. Spokcsficld, has returned home.
J. S. King, mi old settler of Webster
county, is vwiting in lieu oiouu. jae
has killed many a buffalo where Red
Cloud now stands.
G. W. Knigut and wifo, Mrs. J. II.
JpSimtli, "11 J- A- Tulleys took the east
bound passenger on Monday for . Min
neapolis, Minn., to attend the eoldicrs
Sia. Fekrl a child of the sunny climo
was on thcfalrcets Monday exhibiting
bis educated rats and mice. Sig appears
to have got the rodent biz down to a
Archie Durru: well known in our
H literary circles, expects to hfeirta for
4 lus home in Wisconsin, in a few days.
'We wish him ,a pleasant trip and a
r w a. Ddrrie. our B. &:&!. Rv. agent,
will start next Sunday for a two weeks
"visit at "the old home," in Wisconsin.
Extra ngtnt Gordon and chief freight
clerk Marvin will officiate during his
The Red Cloud Chief has assumed
the seven column quarto size ihc
moat desirable shape for a newspapor.
The immense patronage of that journal
warrants the enlargement. McCook
On last Friday while the river was so
high a number of cattle and a cow
boy's pony and outfit were observed
floating down the River. They were
supposed to have corao down from
Bomewhorc up the valley.
The creeks of Webster county have
beeu on a spree, and have all conse
quently been full, caused from the
heavy . raina-il Indian Croek raised
I three feet in an hour. Crooked Creek
was also too full for utterance. f
r. Our young friend, Geo. Watkins, of
the Blue Hill Times, camo to the coun-
tj seat on Saturday evening to learn
kho art of roller skating. He did
splendidly ho made his mark. That
i is to say, ho made a solid impreision
on one -pot on the floor.
& We are in receipt of The Arid, pub
lished at Prescott, Wis , by Fryse Bros.,
two well known young man, formerly
gf this city. Tht Arid is an illustrated
paper, and one of the neatest speci
mens of typography' we have observed
' in many a month. It will bo a wel
come visitor to our sanctum.
We are creditably informed that the
Nebraska state game law in many
places in this vicinity is being Tgrossly
- violated. This is not as it should be.
V Our sportsmen should Qfgpuiize a
sportsmen's-club'and attend to thesc
premature chicken and quail annihi-
Last Thnrsday evening passenger
WakenwnW. D. Burnett, with Con-
' luctpr-Belnap, hadliisliand badly in-
. injured while making - coupling at
:?&- tstratton- Al r. juurnew is a wiwcnown
Ickiaen oi Bel Cloud, arid we are
idnod to.htar is drag as well as
Iwild be expected" udcr the qfcura-
Dick.5 the thMoucabred hound,
I .J J ' ' " rr ?- n
orioa aurectviTBui ingiana, me
orsiasier tecnanic -.piracy,
oucd bki .Uurday; night
xnown lrpm-.uiajMJwourt -w
ar, and could catchrtbe xi6t:
with the mtrapst feasc:
t jus oeaia; ii.wo;owcr
sr rt- -t-Ti-- "&?
yti?JiALLkD has built an ddilion;
-toiiiis residence: :
,Jtbv. SMrm is now "occupying .the
pulpit of ihe Congregaiional church,
T. J.3IositER is now comfortably aft.
uatedassolo proprietor of the cily
3Iiis., R. A. Cupp lias removed her
dressmaking rooms one door south of
the skating rink. ,
The Ladies' B. II. M. society will
meet with Mrs. M. R. Bcntl', Tues
day, July 281884.
There will be a basket picnic atu
pcrior, on the 20th and 30, given by
the M. B. Church.
Both elevators arc busy now receiv
ing old corn, largo quantities of which
are being received daily.
Much needed repairs are being made
on the road between the railroad and
and Republican river bridge.
Mul)AXYhaj repaired in the last
few days, oyer 40 parasols and um
brellas. Ifyou want repairing in that
line, call 011 him. 5l-if
D. C. Metcalf, who has been travel
ing in the west and north-west of Ne
braska, for two months past, nas re-j
turned to Red Cloud. -f
Mrs. R. V.hirev has gono tr' Lin.
,.i tk,,rn aim trill lio troAtwhfor trrau-
nlntinn nf the eves, from toicIx diy-astj 1
she has suffered fcjfira year. It
is to bo hoped tStfno will obtain the
Twrifance at the rink on Friday
evening was a very enjoyable affair to
those who wero present. The severe
rain storm prevented many from com
ing. Otherwise the rink would have
The United brethren will hold a
camp meeting in tho vicinity of Wells,
commencing August 12. This will af
ford our peopl c a place to go. In an
other place in to-day's paper will be
found a notice of the same.
On Monday John Parkes' littlogirl,
four years old, while playing with two
nickels, swallowed them. They pained
her severely at first, but medical aid
was procured and she was soon after
wards relieved. She is now well.
A little scrimmage occurred down
town a few evenings since. A party
who had imbibed more tarantula juice
than was necessary for his stomach's
sake, insulted a gentleman at tho sup
per table. Result, a finger nail chawed
off, a beautiful black eye and a few
Mr. Joseph Craftox, tho gentleman
who met with an accident at the skat
ing rink a few weeks ago, mention of
which appeared in The Chief at ihat
time, has accepted a position inlho
abstract oftice Mr. C. is a thoroughly
experienced abstracter, and well versed
in the intricacies of the business.
R. K. Orchard, of Exter, Fihnorc
county, bought Dr. Mead's farm near.
Inavale, on last Monday, for which he
paid $1300. The land is situated in
section 14, town 2, range 12, and .con
tains 100 acre3. We judge that tho
farm was. a bargain for that sum of
money, and wo congratulate Mr. Or
chard on his bargain.
One day hist week while some men
were excavating on Mr. Bibby'a farm
near Cathcrton they came upon tho
tusk or bone of a mastodon, which was
ten feet long, and about two feet in
circumference. It was found at about
a depth of ten feot, and when exposed
to the air it crumbled so much that it
could be preserved only in small pieces.
The storm of Sunday night is report
ed as having done some damage to
crops in tho vicinity of Guide Rock.
Our inforrrfant said that Mr. A. Garbcr,
Hugh Hunter, Nelson Cone, and Fred
Sabin were the men whose crops wero
more or less injured. The storm was
nmttv heavv in that vicinitv. and un
horsed several corn cribs and moved
one or two houses a trifle.
James G. Blaike, our next president
has written his letter of acceptance.
This paper is one of the most master
ly productions that has cvdr been giv
en to the American people for perusal
and consideration. He treats the var
ious topics of public interest with abil
ity and in a statesmanlike manner,
which leaves no doubt as to whero ho
stands on the momentous questions of
The campaign has now opened up.
The candidates are in the field? On
every hand there seems to bo" a grow
ing demand for James G. Blaine for
presidont for the next four years. The
laboring classes are turning to him by
scores people who -have heretofore
supported the democratic "ticket
Thus goes the battle, which will be tho
means of auother republican victory
Ox last Sunday a Sabbath school was
organized at the Baptist church with
tho following officers:
R. B. Fill ton, superintendent
John Springer, assistant
C. F. Evans, secretary.
Miss Bertha Owens, treasurer;
Miss Myra Broker, librarian.
A. Xi. Mitchell, chorister.
Hereafter the Sabbath 6chool will
meet at ten a. m. at the church.
Church services at 11 o'clock."
Scott & Trukkey have one of the
most convenient cattle ranches in
Webster coumtjr. It is located about
'four miles east of Red, fcloud. Thcr
vel0bbacrsoflandj640' of which
blfeejfenccd in -for pasfure. and
othayorppses.,They 09 'have; some -
thioaverIiabead:4f cattle,, and are
f ' m - "mtt- "' "" Jv t'"r.'
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Trrt vatr.lt-ABa Klss4hif'a v
Miss CihtiX Box'has gone cast on
a viit. ; n ;
Ox Thurstlaiour young folks had, a
good lime picijkang.' f
Mr. Goble his built anicc Since
around hi rciilcncc.
A. N. Wjucai of, Chariton, Iowa,
Vas m the city.this week.
Mk. STEriflbrBAYLEes has opened a
rcsturantan the Fern block.
2ow is the tinift to get your firc
amii repaired. Qall g& Dany's. 51-tf
Mr. CR4BIXL iid 3fr. Hurd have
made final proofs V their homesteads.
WEarcindebtcdkofour friend, 3Ir.
Hugh Stevenson for. a Duluth (Minn.)
The Red Cloud carriage works built
a fino dray this week for a gentlemen
in Guide Rock. '
County Clerk has issued wnU
r all rfnims allows, A'CnM l
for all claims allowed to dattf. Call at
the clerks oifice for year warrant. .
3Ir. Hicks presented U3 with some
fine harvest apples grown on Postmas
ter McKitt'a farm. They were fine.
David Oeii made this office a pleas
ndt Ciill. He informed us that he had
yiit railroading and hereafter will farm
T. C. Hacker, our grocer has pur-
jj!u3vur.tvn.lrJU-fvvAvftr'1 intand J
win uuuu. mm auweiung in me course
of a few days.
8. W. Fulton, of Wells, called on us
one day this week. lie has a farm of
320 acres, and has 00 acre3 of corn and
00 acres of small grain.
V. E. Jackson has returned from
California. Ho had a pleasant trip and
next week will go to Minneappolis to
attend the soldiers reunion.
"W. O. Thokxtojc is now prepared to
clean, repair and dyo clothes, hats, etc.
give him a call and ascertain particu
lars office in Fern's block Webster
Polly Bros., miller at Amboy, arc
doing a good business in their line, and
are constantly kept busy filling orders
for their well-known flour in tho sur
We should bo glad to)iavo the farm
crs bring us specimens of grain raised
on their farms. This would give the
people a chance to sec what is being
done in Webster county.
Sam Dyer, our express driver, is said
to be one of the happiest mortals on
top of sod, and all became it was a hoy.
It arrived Sunday and weighed twelve
big pounds. Sam says it came "ex
pressly" for him.
Fiiaxk Jokes, lately from Beatrico,
Neb., has located near Scott whero ho
has a fine 200 a'qre farm . which he is
improving. He proposes to riia a stock
farm in tho futnre. The Chief wcl-
:ii i...!i.i i; .i ii? . .
comes Mr. Jones to Webster coauty.
Oun worthy clothing merchant, Mr.
C Wiener with his usual enterprise has
extended his gallery in his storelrooni,
and in a few days will go cast and lay
in one of the laigest stocks of cloihitnr
ever brought to Eed Cloud. Tin: 'iiikf
wishes Mr. Winner prosperity and suc
cess in the daily walks of life.
A .Sad Accident. On last Friday,
Mr. J. Jl. Vance, of thii city, received
a telegram from Kearney that his two
grandchildren, Kafo and Hoy Vanca,
aged respectively nine and five years,
wero burned to death by kerosene. It
seems that the children had been sent
by their mothor(to build a fire, and in
doing so, unknown to her, they took
the coal oil can and poured tho coin
tents on the fire to help start it. The
blaze ignited the oil and a terrific ex
plosion followed, bursting the can and
throwing the oil and blaze over the
children setting their clothes on fire,
burning them so badly that they only
lived a few hours afterward. Mr.
Vance and wifo took tho train for
Kearney Saturdaj' morning. The ac
cident was a painful one, aud . tho be
reaved parent and friends of children
haVc the sympathy of their many
friends in this city.
Another Accident. On last Thurs
day night, news reached this city of a
sad accident which occurcd to one of
our old settlers, Mr. Robert Itownds a
farmer living a few miles from Red
Cloud. It seems that Mr. Rownds had
been mowing for Mr. Henry Lambrccht
a neighbor living four miles distant
from his own residence, and by some
unaccquntable manner which he can
not explain, ho became entangled m
tho machinery, the sickle of tho ma
chine cutting his left leg seriously be
tween the ankle and knee, sevoring one
of the bones entirely.- As soon as the
accident was discovered y Mr. Lani
brecht, a messenger was sent to this
city for medical aid, and Drs. Damcrell
and Hall responded promptly and a
short time afterwards haa his wound
properly dressed, and up to this date
Jdr. Rownds has been improving nicely,
and as well could bo expected under
the circumstances Mr. Rownds. can
'not remeniber-J nst how the accident
occur 2d but it is supposed that he at
tempted to drive a colt from in front
of the sickle-bar and in doing so fright
ened his horses and as they started up
it is thought that he was caught by the
machinery and before being able to ex
tricstojiimself he recieved the.injurics
above mentioned. Thr Chief hopes
that "he will soon be able to be around
in due coursoof time.
There will bea.camp meeting held
atWell?, Neb, eonuuencig. Angus's
During the first oT the weet Till:
Chief took a drive U? Ute pleaMnt lit
tle village of Amboy. HTbile there we
were tho giwais of our iriends, D. F.
Scott and wife, formerly of Red Cloud,
Tlie day was very pleasant, and we
improved the sbming4iora in taking
m the country. Less than nine months
ago there was not a fence !etween Red
Cknidand Amboj. Now, there is not
a lann that lias not more or lei of it
fenced. We noticed the general im
provement of the forming landa, and
that formers were generally happy
over tiio magnificent prospect lor crojw
Mr. John Boesch has a fine farm of
about 360 "acres, a large amount of
which ha3 been fenced up, and other
wise improved. Adam and Joseph
aaiaacn eac -- -- -.
fc somg with the van in uM ,mpro,-
BS "- Joh" HolCODlb Owns 5i0
acres of fine rolling land, under genoi-
al improvements. Samuel Miller has
120 acres, part of which is fenced and
otherwise improved. Scott & Trunk ey,
ranchmen, have 1000 acres of land,
G-tOofwhich is fenced, which the are
utilizing for pasturage and farming
purposes They have U0 head of cat
tle, and are prospering. Russcr Bros,
own about 500 acres cf fine farming
land, anu . v-rinrovitig U right along.
They also have soimHw stock. Mr.
Richardson has a fine farm cf 160 acres,
and is making monoy. He has GO
acres fenced. Frank Cockerell has 100
acres, 40 of which aro fenced. F. I.
Reed, 1G0 acres, 40 of which arc fenced,
and is working it for all there is in it.
Charley Rasser has 1G0 acres of nice
land. Geo. Ball owns 200 acres, 40 of
which is fenced off for grazing. He
has a fine farm. Jnines Bright owns
1G0 and has 25 acres fenced. C. C. Cox
has 440, and has 1C0 fenced. James
Post haa two hundred acres, 80 of it be
ing fenced. M. C. Jackson has 320
acres, and 1 GO fenced. He has it un
der a fine state of cultivation James
Amack has 1G0, which he is farming
to make money, and is prospering.
Geo. Baker owns an 80, and so vend
other farmers in that vicinity, whose
names we did not learn, Jaro all pros
poring and havo fine farms. Taking
all into consideration the fanners
of Amboy and Elm Creek havo all that
they could wish in the way of fine
farms, fine houses, fine crop.-?, and fine
rftnek, of all descriptions. The Chief
wishes them one and all prosperity and
success, aud a mint of money.
Br reference to our Hull Creek cor
respondence it will be seen that tho
citizen? of that locality have made all
the necessary arrangements with Mr.
J. O. Chambcrlin, ot Inavale, to start
a cheese factory thfcre, having pledged
him flOO-cows to start on. Mr. Thom
as Kmerton and W. J. Wilson closed
the contract on Saturday hist with Mr.
Chamherlin .onj bohalf of those in
terested. The-factory will be put iu
running order about April 1, 13S5. Tho
farmers of that neighborhood aro elat
ed over tho matter, and say they will
rai3o tho number of cows to 1000 by tho
lime the factory is in running order.
BTILL AKOTIIEU FACTOKY.
Mr. Wm. Fisk, lnfcly of Elgin, 111.,
an old cheese maker, has made ar
rangements by which he will start a
cheese factory on Mr. J. B. Stanser's
farm, in Garfield Precinct, about seven
miles from Red Cloud. Mr. Fisk re
ports that he has had the promise of
from three to 500 Jcows to start with.
Ho has ordered the machinery and
proposes to havo his factory running
by August 15, if everything moves
talong alright. This, then, will be lour
thceso factories in Webster county.
Verily, Webster county is a great dairy
countp. Success to all of them.
lo Ocit Fkiends. Wo havo again
enlarged our paper to a seven column
quarto, in consequence of tho pressure
of advertisements on our columns.
The Chief, we believe, is now the larg
est paper in tho valley, and wo pro
pose to still improve it and keep
abreast of the times, in the matter of
news, city, county, and " general. We
take this opportunity to thank our
friends in the county for their hearty
Kipdort and generous help towards in
creasing tho circulation of The Chief.
In ninft months time wo have increas
ed our list by the addition of 400 new
subscribers, making our total number
nearly 1000. Wo certainly appreciate
their efforts in that diroction, and hope
they wilf;continue to speak a good
wprd for ta whenever convenient. Wo
shjdl endeayor to make the paper, at
all times, i-orthy of your patronage.
The indications arc that the Union
Pacific railway will soon commence
builvline a branch from the main line,
through Seward county, thence south
westtoRed Clond. Surveyors have
been at work on this line since early in
Febrtary, and have their work well
undrway. A few days ago they received
orders to hurrv their line through, and
our informant'spid that "when they tjot
such 4:dcrs tlioy were pretty certain
that ta road.wdull be built at once.
nc aiso stated that he oencvca me
road Tfcmld be built without any bondi
being toked for, as the lino would be &
payiuione. Seisard Reporter.
Let Air people rejoice that there is
still lioks of the advent of the U. P. in
Bed CltktL We need the road, and
jjceditkid. The more the merrier
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Wfeo Are They?
Cohgrsioual datftlates are mullitud
four at Rti Cloud, one at 'Blooming
ion, at let one at Minden in ihe per-
soaofGeiitralXee, and further this
ueponent Ayctli nou Kearney corret-
.- I . W9mAUm:Wy- : utI sM
On Tuesday: evnijHC a knet wstnr
of republicans t at tb tin kxtii pro
ccsedsd to fnoncntfy orpuiW a
Blaine aadXogan chib. After the Red
Cloud cornet bd had dketred $ev
eral of their bt selections for the co
casion, Frci. A. L. Ftmk, temporary;
chairman, called iho meeting to order,
and in a few well c!oscn wds paid a
glowing tribute to our standard bear
ers, and stated the object of the meet
ing, after which the variona: commit
tees selected at the former meeting
were called npon to report. Tforcotn
mittee on rusoJuiioiwi reported and
The committee on permanent organ
ization reported the following names
for officers: President, A- J. Kcancy ;
Vice-presidents, D. B. Spanoslc and C
corresponding secretary, A. C Hou
mcr; treasurer. J. L. Miller; executive
committee, Dr. G. K. McKeeby, Geo. J
Warren, L. H. Wallace, C. J. i'lattand
J. G. Dodd.
Mr. Kcnncy was then escorted to tho
chair, and in a short speech thanked
tho slub for selecting him us their chief
J. L. KAIXY
being called for, stepped forward and
gave those present a brief history of
the democratic party and what the
people could expect of them, ile said
they wero a party without principle,
and without hope. They had opposed
every great question brought fourth by
the rcpubican party, and afterwards
championed the same On tho other
hand the republican party h id been a
party of principle, always true to the
peoplo, a party whrwc record eould'not
be successfully assailed, a party of free
dom, a party of tho people, and the
party which made the country what it
is to-day tho greatest country on the
face of the earth. He eulogized Blaino
and Ix)gan in lilting terms, in a man
ner that brought fourth tho applaudifa
of those present. The meeting was a
success. Tho second and fourth Tucs
in ea:h month were selected for regu
lar meeting:. The bylaws permit of
persons of either sex belonging, abovo
the age of 10. The Chief would sug
gest that every republican iu the pre
cinct enroll himself as a member of the
The institute will open next Mon
day. A full corpi of teachers has been
engaged and a good institute is expect
ed. Among tho attractions wil) bo a
lecture before the institute, by Prdf. B.
F. Nadal, of Chicago, elocutionist, on
Thursday, August 14. He will alio
read publicly in tho evening. Further
particulars hereafter. The pubic is
cordially invited to attend all meetings
of tho institute. On Friday, August S,
a special meeting of school officers and
persons in educational matters .will bo
held iu connection with the institute.
Its object is to bring the people and
teachers togetber to express their
wants and needs to one 'another, and
to learn moro fully tho neoda of thu
county generally. An interesting pro
gram will be presented and it is hoped
that a full attendance will bo tho result
of this invitation. For tho benefit of
those who may not see the law, we ap
pend tho following clause from section
6, subdiv. X, of tho school law, "Tho
county superintondont shall notify the
directors when tho institute shall begin
and all 'common schools shall be closed
during tho continuanco or the insti
tute." It will tlierofore bo seen that it
is unlawful to hold school in this coun
ty bctwocn July 28 and August 12 in
C. W. Srm.N'GKK,
The Baptists aro about to build a
church in Superior. Tho structure to
be pf brick, size 2Sx50. The building
site is east of tho Presbyterian church,
and north of tho Methodist. Tho con
tractor agrees to furnish tho brick aud
erect the wall complete ready for the
carpenter for $500. The same denom
ination have a brick building ready for
dedication in Bed Cloud JSu'ckolU
My dear brother, of tho Herald, "ver
ily, thou art off tho track," our Baptist
church in Red Cloud is not of brick,
but one of the handsomest framo
church edifices in Nebraska.
No book of thii campaign year is
likely to be more sought after, more
read, or read with greater profit, than
Bidpath's ''Lives of Blaine and Logan."
Tho work is more abundant in matter
better written, and better suited to the
wants of the voter, than any rival pub
lication. The narrative of the careen
of the Republican standard-bearers ii
told in a way at graphic at it u enthu
siastic, and aDDcnded statistics, tables
of political informarion, sketches of the
Frcsidcnts, notes on the history of par
ties, arc especially well preppred and
valuable. Tho matter of surprise is
tha; so able a book of such large pro
portion could have been so rapidly pass
ed through the press and given to the
public The work is indeed what tlie
title-page represents it to be a com
pfyjtc voter's hand-book. ISo citizen
Ehoftld be -without a copy.
These will bo a meeting of the Agri
cultural Society of Wcteter county and
J all interested in a county Lur- Meet at
the court boose oa July 25th, 1SS4,-- by!
Tha nndexfieaesT ham
mj xsparf ocemw cmmmiSffhkj
e ;tjie,ifcv GaQjKXMptews cel t?' 'Sk'TiSi
hjpJ6wtowr ora iSfe rjwtmllmjjijM
couuiy. ki wceV.Mr Fi
manukciuie? fnrm EJgln,
tkk locality, huitlittg a Id
dweec factory. A Few f
got tegctber wd a mettirtj
at. Hiccspwl-onScv JaHTb
July 17. When about fiftj
t the mlin? was csAH
and Ht.S L. P. Smith wi
chairman. On motion it
Out a rhcc?ti fctctory be v
the dividend principle, wil
tee of three cf the iatrta
f . t mfu - iKni ilivi!n.?J
was duly appointed checsd
manager, with Messrs. W. ,
B. Wsgoncr, and Jnu. B.
the committee. .Several p
r tj.ul f:. ...-.l nulU ......I
cry was at once ordered,
asutnrrivcrf will n? placed
on i!y prc'imca at HicM
and Mr. Fitk will comnn
lions, working there until
is completed. It i prnpo
a factory that tk lit IO for
and butter, so that both n
the same time. Mr. Fik
1k ready to receive milk c4
Boca it ever rain in
JulvT We think iinvonc
in thii part of it, tho hi
will nay it do. Wu luivj
heavv rains inside of ten di
The parsonage here h n(
closed, and we suppose it
Mr. Bich. Foe is to becojj
of Cowlcs in the nmr futut
John Povcr snvs his folM
well as could Ik? expt tol.
jir. uone. iwno uaa in
foreman hero for about tin
left Couica very miiet'y
night, and it is suppled
whore thu woodbine tuliu
left sundry unpaid bills. 1
ta are mourners to tho exit!
The young man (?) rcpr
Anjus, who was accidcntlyl
and no very agreeably enl
the vicinity of Cowlcs rt,
better look a little out. U
IvKuulriuga "Chance" that
voting men aro inmri:stcd!
loss he i.-i n little carebiLhd
hi.H adjectives in that difecj
tir up a little jtnilousv.
he will get hurt. Litti-k
- m m i "
ror tiio nast two weeks M
an abundance of nun.
crock is higher than it hai
several years. Quito a nt
tlieir hog lota w;whel outJ
small pigs drowned. Hougl
mill i getting all tho water
stand, and nut damage its ft
Jean Hunter is doing pd
tensive business in tho way!
reapers. Most of them an
era. His head clerk, F. B.s
first-class machinist, and eel
running order bn short noti
Tlie freight train ran over!
Bardem's fine graded calvi
aud crusheil it to death.
The Worlcy brothers havj
field of corn, 00 ncrc3, be!
Cloud and Riverton. Tlu
woll kept farm, and Hplom
in we ironi yarn.
J. Vance nas oui Ma n
land and purchased a fiuo
look out for tho political
tins. fall. Al
Business is dull in town
Farmers aro all busy hart
gentle rain on Monday nigl
farmer rejoice, and tho cor
Hi McCray's horse was bi
by lightning on Saturday ill
There was a social dance i
deuce of W. H. Hoffman a
ago. Quite a crowd of yl
were thorc, but few ladioj.
want a solid girl you must
and buggy. We only kn ow
that hai proven otherwise.
Geo. Boyd says he is eui
L. Thorn Is putting up a
turo near town. I reckon
turc tho town herd.
Born, to Mr. and Mr. S.
a fine daughter. Cigars.
When wo read the com:
Argus over the signature "H
in regard to the singing on
Jn penitential dismay we n
articlo to aee wliat had
cause tho writtcr so much
writer says in behalf of
that she did well coruuderii
time allotted to practice.
gle expression in our artu
this ? We did intimate th
ing was not perfect, and
been the conclusion o.
lady herself, or why should j
itrtune to commence practic
lit hex class for next 4th. Fu
docs the writer refer to the
allotted to practice unless il
cose imperfections 2 If we
only Tacts, and if oar comn
jtutj will he not forgi ve us ff
him' so much sorrow? Xowj
that music hath chartcs, wH
the voice oTthe railk maid
classic voice of ihc muaic i
wouM kj3jt-ihat th soi
su"tw Tfr placed UBilc:
sce as a mms of eXin ',
Th Llale Bkwra beat
int for nearly a wcld aud i
&' Have iwwouf,
rath-west side .
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