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The Red Cloud Chief,
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FRIDAY, JAN. 23. 1885.
Our forthjn s btvr! era will b ar in tiiind
tftod all s'lbr-triplioiu arr cul offal tlieesyir
ulionof the lime paid for. TIV nhould be
pleased lo have all rmeio at Onw.
B. & M. Time Tabic.
J i-d Cloud to llnte, wall
3 hi-:ico mull
HO Oxford and Hustings ftp.
33 "(jKunon ball" to Denver
76 Hasting. Jo Oxford exti
6 Cn-t to 11-d Clyiii! mall
so "tjouuou ball" to Kaunas C. 10:tpin 10:i:.(m
4 1 uibico man . li-aojun
TIjc Oxford and Hastiii;: exiws :ind rcl
uiall make cuniitftiutin at IJ.i-lnr,'s utnK'rct
wltb Di-mer. i'lil'-.iztt tlircniKli Ira'ii,
H;tstirms;iul Oxford tram brii: jross tigers
truui Cbfcagu to Deliver 'Xpn,t.
A.J. Wklcis. Ticket Auent.
My Singdsm for a Dsllar!
We havo a great many delinquent
on our list yet which we have curried
for over n year. Now we must have
money, nnd nil who arc indebted to tin
will bear this fact in mind that we
miMn bunine.. Wc do not like to be
continually asking for what is duo ub.
1 50 is a small amount, but when you
have a great many of theee little ac
counts out it amount to hundreds o
dollars in the aggregate. To all who
pay up within the next 30 days we
ivil! credit them up with IS months
mbseription on our book. Now eorae
right along :u we must have what is
due us. All new Hubecribcra will be
Don't Road This!
But if you do. don't forget tnat 0. H.
Maryatt, the Jti-d Cloud Jeweler, lias
the be-a uhsorluient of ladies and gent
watches wet of Omaha, and in fact
everything kept in 11 lint-ela jewelry
establishment. And that jk not all; he
sella goods cheaper than anyone west
of any place, and he hue the peplo of
Ked Cloud and vicinity to back in thia
atateJJient. There are many cafes in
txwu where he liac sold goods cheaper
than Other denier- can buy them. Ho
intends to keep thin up, and by no do
ing hell more goods and take I cm" prof
its. rreentH for young or old. Tho
juwortinentof goodh in his establish
ment in simply immense. Everything
that the heart could uibli and money
could buy. He makes a specialty of
fitting Rpeetaeles accurately and every
pair warranted perfect. Having secured
The services of Mr. It. K. Jeffords, a
practical watchmaker lately from the
Elgin watch factory, he is prepared to
do the finest and most diUieult watch
repairing, and all work warranted. A
tint' line of muical instruments is now
added to this utock. He gives every
one u cordial invitation to call and sec
whether they purchase or not.
r Down Go Tho Prices of Meat at
Moaher's Moat Markot.
Porter House steak
oil rl 01 n .......... ...
. C to 8
1 orE ....
J.ard, '23j otmds ...
Ovpuirs, favorites, per can
" . standard, per can..
" , select, pei can
" . bulk, per quui t
Slinee'Uieat, per pound
PJ$ potiutLs mince meat ..
A FACT.-Henry Cook is the boss book
He has just received a
itionerv which he pro-
new Sol of stationery
paes to' sell at a bargain
Also. a few
scrap books that ho will close out at
MusCsua Garbkr is on the Eick
Mu. Jis. McNest was in Lincoln
. ill MoFriEu's steed got frantic on
ilondsv and kicked the dash board on'
of the meat Wagon.
At the club dance organiied last
IVlondav lu-'bt Anson Higby was elec
ted president R.nd John Sliircy, Secre
tary. Hon. J. L. Kaley arrived home
from Lit)c.jhiton Saturday in conse
quence of the stckncs of his little boy.
He returned to'his legislative duties
The S'ait Joznial classes our repre
sentative, J L Kaley, as among the
-handsomest men of the present lefi-is-..
'vature. ThU bhovvs thc;good taste of
Abe Journals roporter.
I The Knight of. Pythias will duly
Celebrate their annual anniversary on
pe 19th of Felruary. The order in
t-iisj city is in a nourishing condition.
7he members of the endowment rank
1. , t ,
Ct the order universal carry an msur-
iice of $42,000,000 fr the benefit of
Fkei Gilholse. tlc round house
fiiuman, is too happy for any use.
Cluse a new arrival of a little girl on
I ail Sunday. Weight, usual number of
potnds. Every putf of Vmoke takes up
a. snile from Pred s happy face. Cipirs.
T.-lE Proa and Srntinl editors, of
Organs made Thu Chief a pleasant
call on Wednesday. Tiie boys looked
CliARLES E. Woon, who'has leen en
gagM as reporter on fas Chief occa
sionally, received the appointment the
other day as clerk on tin committee
on sthool lands. He left tttis week for
Lincoln where he will assume the duty
offfr.ting up the legislative records
for tlU committee. While there he
will MtAS special correspondent for
The iiiEF, and each week-iU furnish
'is wili'an interesting Jetton
Mr Hicks bought C E Wood's hore
J. X. HicKAKrs will go to Beatrice
in ji few duy-.
Miat. L J Iyfa has been on tlie eick
lift for a few day.
There has not been murh ho; chol
era ia Veli tcr county o far.
It. V. Bumnr has been viewing the
western country for a few days paft,
MtKHSmm.y, of York, is vieiting at
the residence of K V Hhirey this week.
Ladies w'H find the most complete
line ot artists' materials in the city at
Kudrow t Miu.fr have devolved
parfr.ership. Mr, Miller will continue
Mk. Cl'Htis, of Chariton, Iowa, ia in
the city buying broom corn. He is a
relative of J H Smith.
Wiu. Dick inkon holds forth at Mc
Farland's grocery store at present. Lee
Tinker has resigned his position.
JiAKXKr Mkikiw has been on the
sick list for several weeks but we are
glad to learn that he is recovering.
Our young friend, Barrister Yeiser,
is now engaged in raising a rmistache
since having been admitted to the bar.
Each week our subscribers will find
the state legislative news on the inside
of the paper, also the very latest con
The aid society will meet at the
residence of Mrs A. C. Hosmer, this af
ternoon. Tho members are all re
quested to bo present as buiness of
importance is to be transacted.
i!40 ijiu5 have been introduced in
the Nebraska legislature so far. Out of
that number Scuator Skinner is cred
ited with one, Iteprcsenative Kaley
three, Jtepresenative Newcomer two.
There would bo money in somo fel
lows pocket if a rendering factory
could be established near this city.
Cholera hogs could bo rendered up
into lard oil and Ihe product be made
to pay a good per cent.
Several of our prominent businees
men have been carrying "guns" this
week for a "ferocious canino" that has
his rcde7A'ous near the rink. The dog
has been taking too many 'iberties
with pedestrians that pass that way.
On last Wednesday the firm of Gates
fc Hohanan dissolved partnership, Ed.
Bohanan withdrawing from the firm
Mr. Gates will continue the business
and we can assure our numerous
readers that they will find everything
that they wish at his market.
List of letters remaining uncalled
for in the post-office in Red Cloud,
Neb., for the week ending January 18.
18S3. C Brown, James Cooper, P S
Fair, J B Huthawuy, C S Morrison,
William A Reynolds, V M Sanderson,
Mrs Mary Swisher, Mrs M C Vander
voort Miss Lulu Wells, J Weaver.
These letters will be sent to the dead
letter ollico February 10, 18n5, if not
Representative Newcomer and sen
ator Skinner are putting in good licks
for their constituents. Each gentle-
man has introduced a number of ex-1
celleut bills that, if passed, will be ben
elicial to the state and their respective
districts. We believe that tho people
of the district will have reason to feel
prom! of their representatives. Each
and every one are hard workers in
whatever position they my be found.
To teachers, school officers, and
other friends of education: There will
be a teacher's meeting at the high
school room in Red Cloud, on Satur
day, February 7, 18S5, nt which time
prominent living topics of the day con-
corning education will be discussed,
Meeting open at 10 o'clock a. m. Es-
says and discussions will fill the time
Lot every teacher that possibly can be
present. C. W. Spring cr, Co. Sup' t.
On last Thursday L H Rust was very
much surprised when he went home
to dinner, to find his house full of men
women aud chilJrcn from town and
country. 'Hie table was loaded with
good things to eat, and when Mr. R.
grasped the situation he told them he
wished his birthday would come often.
Mrs. Elizabeth Hodgroom, an aunt of
L M aud W M Crabill, of Winchester,
Ya.. was among the guests. Mr Rust
came to this country when it was a
howling wilderness, so to speak, and is
now reaping the lenefit of the bread
cast upon the waters in those early
days, and is one of the leading horti
culturists of the state.
At the last meeting of the county
commissioners it was decided that
material ohould be ordered at once to
this city for the purpose of repairing
the bridge over the Republican, in
case it was needed wheu the ice begins
to run down stream. The commis
sioners propose- to strengthen the
bridge and perhaps will put m an ice
break at no late date. At any rate
they propose to have material on hand
to rebuild should the ice take any
part of the bridge out during the next
few weeks. This was a wise action on
the part of the board.
At the last session of the commis
sioners the board let the county print
ing and stationery to The Chief and
Argiut. Tlii action on the part of the
board was perfectly proper inasmuch
as the work furnished by home offices
is just as good as can be procured in
the state. It is certainly a wrong idea
for the commissioners of any county
to send the work away when the same
can be did in the county. Newspa
pers -build up a town, have all their
interests and the interest and prosper
ity of the county at stake, and in re
turn should be patronized by the peo
ple liberally, and if any one is to make
money out of the county v the horns
papers should have the advantage.
Therefore we commend the action ot
I the commissioners in this-cafe.
Hexry Clat cgars at Cotfinp.
Spa.vX)Le' have weep grinders.
W. &W"s. for bargains of nil kind.
Fravk Beoient wm buried last Sat
urday. Spectacles accurately fitted at
Wright & Wallace.
Tni: regular meeting of the W. R. C
will be Monday, Jan. '20.
M p. Jerry Orshltk made this office
A plea.tut cmII thin week.
Mr. SimPmiN, of the Blue Hill bank
went to New Orieaus thi week-
GooDn at a great sacrifice for next
3 Jnvs only at Wright Wallace's.
Mr. Jno. Yor.vo, of the firm of
Athow Ac. Young was in the city Mon
day. W. K. Shi rev brother to Rob and
John was in the city the Litter part of
A few more of those beautiful bung
ing and stand lamps left ut Cotting's.
Prices way down.
Some parties adverti-e big bargain,
but the Golden E.igte alwn fulfills
all he advertises to do.
To NIGHT the boy will give a spar
ring exhibition at tho rink. They
propose to have Iota of fun.
Orange Taylor whs in Kearney
this week. Jirn Blair took bin place in
Mizer's store until he returns.
Be sure and read the large adver
tisement of C. Wiener. It may add
to your happiness and comlort.
Mr Fredrick Oit was married to
Mrs. Mary J. White, on .21 -it, by Rev.
Geo. O. Yei6er. Both of Logan, Kan
sas, Quite a little excitement was caused
around Amboy over a lost man. The
story turned out we understand to be
Another invoico of that celebrated
Marysville Hour at Hacker's.
Mr. Haskell and Mrs M E Firkins,
of Ord, Nebraska, are in the city. Mrs
F is looking for a location to go into
the millinery business.
Rememkeh you can buy winter
goods at lower prices than you ever
did before in this county at the square
dealing one price Golden Eagle.
A prettv good snow storm this
week. It is so seldom that our people
get au opportunity to go sleigh-riding
that they improve the time when there
is snow on the ground.
SEVERALB.it M. surveying outfits
went west this week to Republican
City where they embarkeb for Kansas.
They ill probably survey a line to
this city from Rooks canity.
Another invoice of that celebrated
Marysville flour at Hacker's.
For rra.wiw be.1t known to C. WVi'ht,
proprietor of the Golden Eagle cloth
ing store, he is selling all winter goods
regardless of all former prices
and it will repay all to call if in need
ot anything in his hue.
The Nebraska Lumber Company
have brought their head olficc back to
Red Cloud again. This enterprising
lumber fiim are doing au immense
business in Nebrafcka. The Chief
wisnes them unbounded success
Casteiw, cake dishes, stiver cups and
all kinds of silverware at a great re
duction for next 30 days in order to
make room for finest assortment of
new goods over brought in Red Cloud,
Wright it Wallace.
Services in the Baptist Church next
Sunday as follows, preaching at ll A.
M. and 7:30 p. m. Sunday school at
12; temperance Sunday school at 3:30
p. l.., preaching Friday evening, and
every evening next week except Satur
day. Another invoice of that celebrated
Marysville Hour at Hacker's.
Hon. D. P. Newcomer has intro
duced a bill in the lower house of the
Nebraska legislature to provide for an
attorney forj each county, and doing
away with disliuet attorneys. mis
bill should pass for more reasons than
Report of school district No. 5S, for
the month ending Jan. 9, 1SS5. Num
ber of pupils enrolled 30; average daily
attendance, 16; the following are the
names of tiie pupils whose general av
erage is 95 o- over. Lulu Barber, Syl
vester Frisbie, Charlie Wholeh, Willie
Heftlebower. Anabel Ronald.
On last Monday evening our young
folks gave 2 very interesting club
dance at the rink. A large crowd was
present and during the evening a per
manent club was organized for the
re uainder of the winter. Their next
dmco will probably be given about the
30th. The Chief wishes them success."
Another invoice of that celebrated
Marysville Hour at Hacker's.
At h recent election of officers of
the First National bank, Joh.i Moore
was elected cashier, R E Moore presi
dent. J L Miner, vice-president, Anson
Higby, assistant cashier. The directors
are, R E Moore, Jno. Moore, C W
Mosher, R 0 OutciK W N Richardson.
A J Kenney. C W Kaley, Win Cather
and August Lauterbach"
At the annual meeting ofstockhold.
ers ol the Red Cloud National Bank,
the other day, Levi Moore was re
elected president, Silas Gather vice-
president, R V Shirey cashier, John R,
Shirey assistant cashier. The direct
ors for the ensuing year are Ex Gov.
Garber. Ivi Moore,R V Shirey, R D
Jones, W K Shirey. The bank is in a
very prosperous condition.
Stovsr geared sweep mills at Span
ogle's. Report of school district 60, Mi
Mary Mclntyre teacher. The condi
tion of the school w not very encour
aging. Many of the scholars have not
the necessary books, and there are a
good many different kinds in the
school. The building which is sod is
poor. For the month ending January
2nd. the number of pupils" enrolled
were 28; average daily attendance 11.
,.-;, w -...... w vwatu wuimuvu.) VI. .
He Dhn 7 lix It At he Kt trm
nfliio ?! rift rVtrl .Itulc ffxiin t-ta
plovcd two of our prominent turaMr
. t 1 - 1 fi
in inn ciiy 10 u'ienu jr 4jk. i ni
wm right and proper, but at the clu-c
of the tn.nl the Judge failed to desig
nate the amount which Jo' lcl ad-
vijr should h?s in return for lhr
services snd left the matter with the
board of couiitr r)tnmuioner to et
lle. Tiie board did not reh-h that little
order arK promptly referred thJ mat
ter back to Hi- Honor fr adjudication
prefer n; to pKc the responsibilities
on the Judge t thonldery of -fixing the
amount, here it should properly been
disDOced of in the firt place. The at
torney labored hard for Jo and
should be well paid for their iemcci
which the commtsMonem re ready to
pay a- soon as the Jide y- hat
they nhril! have. The Judge rhmihl
have shouldered the responsibilities m
this matter, we think instead of plac
ing it upon the rornrnia-ionons shoul
ders for pettlement.
Gov. Dawes message to tho !egi"la
ture is a worthy public document and
is highly commented on by the pros
of the Ute. The document ;hoi the
condition of state ailnirs in a clear and
concise manner and it a credit to Gov.
Dawes, who keep- a watchful eye over
the affaire of Nebra-ka. During the
hist two years the governor has only
pardoi.ed one person out of the peni
tentiary, and commuted two death
.-entauces to life impri-onment. Dur
ing the course of the menage he rec
commends that the present tax law be
changed so t.at fanners can pay their
taxes 111 two installments. This h in
deed a most Pen-dhlc suggestion, and
the legislature would do we.ll to heed
this advice. It would certainly lighten
the burden ol tax paying. Another
good point in the messago is the re
commendation tint a law be pas-ci
fixing a maximum passenger rate on
railways it 3 cents per mile, aN lb-it
suitable legislation be had looking to
tho reduction of present freight rates
on Nebraska railway?. The document
must be classed as among the moil
able staie papers presented to any leg
islature for action and guidance.
11 9 n -
Tax Lw. The following item
we clip from an exchango It des
cribes a bill introduced by J L Kaleyt
representative from Webster and
Franklin counties, and shonld Mr. K.
succeed in getting it through the legis
lature he would earn the eternal grati
tude of his constituents. Itsccnn to
be the most sensible bill yet introduced
on the subject for the relief of the peo
ple: Kaley has introduced a bill into
the house to govrrn the collection of
taxes. The bill provides that all taxes
shall become due January Kt and that
tho taxpayer may pay the whole
thereof on that date or at his option,
one half on January 1st and one half
on May 1st, and oilers a premium of
five per cent on the lal installment if
paid on or before January l-t. The
bill further provides that if the firt
half is not paid on January 1st or the
last half 011 May 1st it shall draw ten
per cenL interest. Mr Kaley claims
thst to refund penalties will anise
confusion and dissatisfaction, hence
bis bill allows the law to take its course
on existing penalties. The Chief
lmpei the bill will psM the legislature
without opposition. The present law
is certainly abiu xious to the people.
The following touching stanzas were
done in crayon work on a shingle and
were found in the coal house near the
public school building:
Ti wroiiK to whisper, tK jhfer stupidity.
For which they Rive us that tphr"a."isu"j-tld4.
Wheu 'ere we untllf our eetest "mile.
We'rtat once called up ftr our chamomile.
Vliy-areour school rooms supplied wlth.tt-
In which to compound tho.m Infersst mixtures
Which pucker our facci whw 1 fcave sinned
Like a monkey's when eatln; a tanurtnd ?
I'm sure they can't cure atl our Ills
By thrsa infernal fMi pills.
Oh! It makes me d'uice. It makes me bile.
For I'e Just been up for my chamomile.
Clnmomlle-fietl. deteetal'l pair.
Come. Rentle "plrit. and hear me swear.
Monet order business transacted in
the Red Cloud post office for the year
ending December 31at, ISS4:
Monev onter Tun m hand Jan. 1, ISMf
Domestic order l- ed. liV. amoundnc
fo ... . ... . ltt." M
Fees reeehed 137 2
Postal note Issued li. ainouotlnc to 24IT 5A
Fees received ... 40 3T
Foreicn orders issued. 19. amounting to ZX
Feei'recclred ... 5 9
Drafts drawn on postmaster at New
York, amountmett! ...... ... 47CI
Kuuils transferred from potax areount
amounting to 11 oo
Errors in preiou- acrouats .vid credit
ed . . ... ... ...... . 74 C
Total receipts fiSS S
Domestic orders liid irC, amttnc to 2CP2 C
repaid T. " to. 51 M
Tostal notes paid vzx. aaionntini: to.... lvi 25
repaid 11. " .. . 3.S 'Ji
Fnreicn onlers jald. I " ". .. 3l
Money ontrr funds nepofltd lTrs oo
Errors in pre Jons, accounts and cbarK-
ed ia this ... .. S3 T
Commissions Tdlowe! 7
Funds on hand Deeenber 31. IMS to- 2
Profit is Hex. Mrs. A. W. Cope
land, near Red Cloud, has been exper
menting with a few hens for twelve
m'-nths past, January 1, 18S4, she
commenced with fifteen hens and sold
$15 worth of egg, and raised 140 young
chickens and gathered 1GS dozen egg.
all in 12 months, pie chickuis are os
the Plymouth Rock variety.
The following is an estimate of the
exiend of Webster county for the
year5 fSS5? t
Foteouaty general fand ilWl CO
For t-ounty sinkius fund
For eouuty nwul fund............ 'O
Fur countV tfjdsi t uad ,. . 09
For eouutr rail ord boad fund W W
For eouary eeixt bridge fand. II T
CUrk -cfMuit.... ja oa
For ilulde Bock precinct bomt fund. .. too 09
Gef. WiyroK is the luckrr man. He
having purchased the lucky canbf
baking powder, whicli was Xo 35. He
drew the prwe at Letson's store and
gets a ct o handsome dishesi conain-
nng 56 pieces. -Lucky, Gto-ge.
i It reported
J . .
an'' wv WJ1
1 thK T L R.kotlAQ
L .e to H.imVefai:,
Kama, in a ht i.nin
Mr II MricaJt i IkaiUr hwrt
a few dar ao
from havtar UUcm !
down tairs. No bow- were arokea
and be no ccltin Wttr.r.
We o&e he.v f n-l) b"fl VlWcd.
Re e-srrful ry. the lw r.tptrts! tW
fir-t of Jnt Deeiabw. .
K C ThornUm ha ?ome &c Kefc
hog for alo.
Miner Doylr tra the recipient of a
very handsH birthday preent.
Mr. ami ,:r GmmUuiIaf Mtri.
are ruitiu with thnr i J L Grand
Mr. Fdttor, we haTe Ux unable to
gather much now 00 tcouunl f the
Another invotci of tht celeUratevi
Maryevdle dour at HacWer s.
Mr Shuman : lying in a critical con
dition still aitd,i: it feared can not re
cover. Mr Garber improTr? rory ilpwlr
Hi friend- hate hoped to htm at
hl pot nfbiMnt' loog ero thl, but
have -ml to wjt.
Hut little "tCKtie prevails in oir
ton n and virmitv, excepting a ort ofi. . ,,
- 1 I'.k1; Willi l
eore throat which arumes the clunc- J P . -Mvrt jjw
ter of an epidemic TIil-, however, hai
nboul run its eour-e I
I crnapi ..,-, wm.- nappir"!. man ...
i.-.i.-- . .i 1... l.. .-. 1
town is Mr. tJrtibt. tinner and irnnn- i
etr of tho nw Ocideit."l Hotel. h j
h, .in'h k rtm of hinine"-. tlit at I
time, lie carpnlv know" whether he
can acrommialate all hli guests or not. J
Now the kind of grub thev sei up at I
the Grtibb Hoiiic, counled Mth good
bels, and other nccommoiaiions i
what knocks. Rock'rr
Aothkr invoice of that ce'e'iratcd
Marysville tlour at Hacker's.
Tlenty of now, great deal of love,
and little courtship.
G 1' Cathor's new barn adds beauty
to the divide.
George Bray had the misfortune of
hat g a heavy loaded wnson to pas
over his foot, leaving him in a painful
Frank Zetick is visiting at Crete.
Friday, January 30, is the day agreed
upon to havo an old time wolf hunt
All are repieted to be at Cathcrton it
10 a. in , then further directions will Imi
given by Win. McCallum, the appoint
John Andrews met with an aluio-t
fatal termination to the existence of his
anatomy. A cow swallowed him up
until she a ru "lied hi" treth, then 11.
ture reacted and she "pinned him out.
He is able to be about S'llooNKK.
See the new cultivator at Span ogle's
It takes the cake.
Cold weather I
Ira Patrick expect-to Ptart out to
his claim 111 Frontier county m a short
. - I
Wr Meara and family expect to Urt i
to K insas to their claim
MrCawl and family have gone to
Rolans county, Kansas, to ttteir home
stead. Sun Chambers shelled a car load of
K h. Conrad shelled a car
corn so he
Ira Patrick and Gu. 'Molick were
at Hasting on busine-s.
The stock-holders of the People's
Lumber Company met and elected
their officer. George Fninri. Presi
dent. W H ThornoM, Vice-president,
Charley Teal, Secretary, Charley Fow
ler. Treasurer aud salesman.
Can t we have a law to prevent so
many dogs running at large in som
neighborhood. We know of farmer-
who have from 1 to A dogs We think
With the thermometer at Is3 below
in the shade it -, almost impossible to
write for a good paper, or even to tell
the truth at all.
Miss Came Bangs has returned
from her Chicago tnn, and will stop
for a few day" with her uncle Mr
Vaughn. Indeed Dame Rumor ha it
that she will change her name to one
of two syllables. Rut wc will not say'
Mr. H. Holdredge and family have
retruexl from Iup City, bringing with
tnem .miss lay, iiummeu. sne win
,. ..... .. nnn..T..i,nn . .... i,..nir
as sne will stay here this winter.
Mr Lemer, of low-v. is stopping with
Mr. Iron?, this winter. He will go on
to a home-lead in the spring. At ;t
ent he is arnumg hirnclf with a little
harmless flirtation which excites the
envy of the boys.
Charles Hunter shipped two can of
hog- to Kan-a" city this week. He
went there with them and will probab
ly stay a day or two.
LCOlniste-id has lost about seven
head of good hog.
C Hunwrloat about 25 hed of fat
William Wilson, a former resident of
tnts vtcimty, wa aown masmg a tiu
to m many inenu i.si sfrs. xie is
in the eroploy of the Nebraska Lum
ber Company now; and b&s been at Or
leans tor ?ome time, but w going io
take uo bit residence in Omaha lor the 1
Tiie unknown correspondent from
the onth side who thinks X X Are-tlfo
and the undersineI are one ana the t
same L pndbly lalorin uwler
delusion. At any rate he i mistaken
a. to our meetingonr Deliah. A prr
son of our age who has grandsons old
enough to thrash the eid correspond
Letos still caters to the sns.e the
host line of te :n the Repntlicaa Valley-
Xo priie or pft ntde, but
straight tea. All gnaranteed as repre
sented. Don tlail lo go to Letaon' for
if.n...,. ,.-.,!.i . ... . ... .i..... a I tn-r tione ami finee jacionr .inn
t -wim; nniiii u . ik viif Jtii" ii - - - - 1M" ! ' 9 - w, - - w-. -
letting their dogs run at Urge it would Ifcauchaw hnn m cour.e '""" .. - T1, I. JT i C
learn the ret a lesion. J W Posey 70 acre pure Dth1 Ul- JJi. tL "i
Ksau's DllEAM. rev broom com MM, Jeir KauctAmp ,.. i ,im4 ?!
INAVALE. " fr.n.: ho-i-e F K H;,U w.nsfmiH ItXt: tSSfTRS!
Mr W R ! h . a & wt fs4l
' h,!rt t T Hr ?:
, w f n,nl)M l1rft-l ,t .
m ji, ,,,, -h t,u hm tan tin
lc rM ?HtW IUH - - H
iKf ? mt " hsm mrif
tit .Jw rnU "
Wm 1ti 1 tli
Iti- mc b:i m"ii
Hh .ity HsantMHt maH.. po tm
h.i i otri rrie llwrsr a k 4
k fW' tr iarno WW
uw- i-ii I
We ntuln i htth Ifl Ve thm ton'
rd al it , lm ! "U tmtv
Vrl a U did in lb rf m 1e9t
pardon. mwBj, pwV. itniwt asNt
Wc wottdsr 1 Mr i'javnV Ve
wm IKK mHaVMt Ut k4 w1l mm
It ertily tt i.vc We id a.
H SlejftUli Ul a fl eec Um
Th? U& rirl of S K "tirlitpr rfw-d
Wfslii.l th I ttH cd i tmmi-
T)r lMr-aid ffei Hav lAe tylk
thy ( the .tethlwv
Mr Wm Harnrtt w in tH lck. Ii.
cbw1 L emwetMl at n
D llrlo-m ha mtU a iwr- lm
heh rUy unpmtx) kMf mi H.
. .. .. . . kfc.
r..x ir ...,
W oe tlie c
1 Itrtiru ii tlwliie
) bM mil a l w Hr t Uc4r Hi!
t ii9ir whielt irrwMit't imnrttvt Lhtr
. . ,. " . 1 . .Biiili J
riulrt of tin) lMlr jhm
v,., Kr,wt crtMlit frr g.w; i K n
to ci the lumber nhim U w,i - tUl .
tins of m Barrrlt imn - ff
up oii can not 1L rfB
HIOHLAND T!. KAKaAS.
T Lawn i" disrgmg a wll it GtorfS
Qnn mi his K'it" farm
Win Gatoa lot a calf a frw MgHU
Wm Hilton and wif am viaitim; j
rr'ntiw at Blue Hill
George (,i " Uihy ha been wiV.
witti a bad c4d
It a cold winter dntei gwl wf
v will have bHvnitg orup thr con
ingeaon We beard fctme partis ayiiwr. tliat
fall grain ss looking vt at r'ttL
(jues they have lwn efp4lK no.
The bluxard of lt eek -a l4.
fikr to-k Ttiev required gt.tl heUr
and plenty of fifteen tent rrn
When you meet a man ni't dav- h
Wlil "hUt "mil l it cold I fl'-rfe-l mj
ear and my tMtaUe ae lr- hk
iKilleta " Jr Hawkhx
Givpn llynui No
combined at Cubig
1.2. 3 amir
Winter ptill kop" a firm jtmp In
tin I Maliiy and mrh w:kiv i
Mr- C Mimger iputa "ieV. Mf
IiMkndge" lMly we hwrnr u in a pfr
croi" ctmdition with r throat
Mr Frank Kent and her baby havn
both been on th "irk bt. Mr Sta"wr
' ,"K p -i-nie wa wm-h -rMo .
... .1! ....... -. .. I.. I
'" '- " .!rxrt ' ,r "T
"'"r- -M" ,u ,f i11,,l,- c,,ri '
juile ick, we belivt all Ue alMv ar
- " " "f ,,r I)l"",,
k. .1. ...1 . a b . aui M.w m w n vbb '
"llH ' i-umiiinii;,''i " " -.
We have a Iveetitn in th WaiKir
chod house er Tuesday ortrMtttg
which is well attended
During Hie yr that hn jtt rbMrl
inanr siib-tanUal linpremenu hsse
been made in tin- preiiwt. ( H"trv
has built a n-w gmnury. Jamo. Amk
a frame houe. a new frhxl Imwm am
U.enerectrl in the A mark dwrv-t
H ; "! v tuiv a imm. ni-t-. s .
new frame h-ur. I io!jia IIimpUreT.
faJ house wilti Irnsme iuarnmni, j
Harris 'arge frame brn, J M Mrtin
large barh. Warnev Kent nw Ineiaa.
Wagoner lv GO rtv tattire. .n It
WageiiT bog and cttle pstire I
precinct of the sarhe su in tbo wKhio
ty. Mr-i.H JAwSix
A.fOTHEH mvoiw ot ihal colcbrateil
Marvsrillo floor at Hackr
FROM THE SUNNY SOUTH.
We left R'verton, Xerak. Dec rK
for oor home m Uie i'rtv south The
nsxt monjiP? atdaviight w m-r at
j itchinon. Kns Tre lal i rrrv
,, alonr the raiiroad bsjt :. - h
I .... i. n .i
! .r wa-coH and the erund c$rnrrt
j mXfo no
vr AbositO am we rearhVU
Kansst" City. wertj tJir tmurs
t.hind on amount of a Hgh!
dent, an eriine hTtng run iut
tome lox cars unding on the. tr-vk
and the wrerk hal to be renovxJ
before we cmild p. and we had m
wait at Kansas Hty unul 7 o'cwvfe in
the evening We r! M nghl and
wheu daylight came tie next raormnx
we were in the Oxrk mountains. We
were again delayed on account of an
other acodnt. We reaches! Me:ntm
I Vj ISlfl llf 4.rV tttcrr.- fkj trtltt .
' i Ml,iin m, ih- tr.iir
f w-- ' -. 'r' "
After two bjr wiiting w
"'-i on oir wvinir and i -fti
our destination on the tnwiinz f Um
19th thoroughly tired oat wth wr
long ride. L A- ATt.-
TilE fjtrmcrs hocM g-S grvl ponHrr
fr their farms, as ia- om sayiag H
"the tet i the chp-t" pj4T- in
1 this ce .same as with htr anr! cat-1
tie. Tne Piv-rnatii r-:k fo-srjs f
Hoford &. Voung are; of the l1n-t
strain of tnt popul vr brewed. They
cmbin Uie 4er&l gni rmahue-
which no other chicscn-do. itsrdtnesgt
I erly mAinnty, trortd isreo. fine
i pe-nrar. nsceiy aaxerwi meat, 7t
ter bat, not nara lo fereiK tin. arwl
i -t.-i.. .-tt.:.- .
Ame fine chntkem ahAaW er fei?s
Sanderson a new barn G Druk s ww tr 4 M ,wrf Ff,ff5? V
cranery. J H Hull a large frauie Imh. SwST. aJiS 4 w Vt
Tlloina" KuierUiri a ne-sr rni bHi"e tt ilwr ' " t f ' T faai"
and blacksmith -hop. (' H Tearhworth ;j -H.?? L,r.r,JT-1JT,M9r Wirt
iH-Vre the .mproremeots m the pre- "pg" JZV.LTM
nnct will bear comparison wtth av i SArS.a m4 -
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