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About The Red Cloud chief. (Red Cloud, Webster Co., Neb.) 1873-1923 | View Entire Issue (April 17, 1885)
Hosford & Youn
receiving orders for ctra
Q:io Sotthir.6!..rOS Sott?ngH,2.50
Vrito for tpccliil on laro urnounle.
The Rkd Cloud Chirp
A.C. KOSWIER, - -
FLMIUY. AJ'ItlL . 1-.1
A grvit many of our subscribers are
Mill le-hind (A'Tii w.irami we want it
distinctly uinIfr-tK! that we must
have what i due uh in thirty days
from thi date or we shall be obliged
to colled it. We dedike to be com-1
I'illci to io o, but e can tt furnish
i jncr for fun. Don't forget thai and
brinr, along tl bans.
Mr John B:niu.y made this office a
pleant eall Monday.
R R Sin.nsK i buildidg an addition
to Iih reid-rce.
M k Oii.KX s favored us with a fine
bunch of curing onions thi week.
Mis Cj;i:tii: Hhekkh will if graduate
thi-t spring at Doane (T1!r. (Veto.
Turin: h a Smtday-fi'hool cum ert I
Htiic I Upt tot church last riunday eve
ning. "IJ1.0W, yo winds. Wow" La hwmlhe
ljurl u of our pt?ech for the last few
Mas .J H rfvilTtl has hoove plant for
ul. Hhc rec4!ieea new plants every
.nw4n fiAitncs hataT;on ajionition
a liMk km-per in the Red Cloud Na
!r ii rnutore) Unit atill another brick
building 1 contemplated in liio pi3t
Miw Ltx.VA Own;? will teach the
H-hool iu thu Wenko district, none
Eimti: Smntntt, anr "roaaelm with
the rl:etimatim for -ahum n wt-ek, is
in tleck Htrnin.
Mi:. R II 1'Yj.tos went over the river
to IC:ina i:i Monilaj, Lou'fist, in up
L-t I'ridny morning R V MizerV
delivery .t'fd ran uwny. spilling out
AHh Albright and a few potnlon-".
Tur Yune. Woman's ("l.rilian
Tcmprr.iuff 1111011 j::tv an orange o-(.-iHble
nt Mr. t! W I t'. " last exemni;.
Jilt Iloci:. n'ceutly fn New Jer
kv, had the misforluno ofbfingrobbwl
n the train when ciniug to Red
Tin: sociable given at Mm Ferri' by
the Episcopal ladies !o.t Thur-day
evenim; was largely attended and was
j.wrnt HitrA.of Dwp River. Ioa-n,
: nephew of r friend tVone. hn-. ar
rived in the rity. with the Intention of
V H V- r. i na-encaged
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M.-Iia. '- A n. Mr t'.
k i a
X 1 b'aekroith. ha vine folloued that
aoi'flj.. t..n'e thirty ear. in Illinois.
lMtYl ! ha-- two gol enterpris
ing land aeiuit. who lo n "phunhd
butne', vir t W IColey and (eo 0
Yeier v Co. l'sh gentlemen have
large htsand mauy fine farms. Read
Ohm T Emuhv, a former l"urr Oak,
Kann.jojrnaht. made Tun CiiiF.ru
ltloteflitt a'i ui Mondav. Mr. E. was
enr-.rtte th norlhwo-torn part of !
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imr JWSl "l I PWII1K Ul" i Mjf.h
hi-, fortune- there
Mi:. Jsh 1 mud and family expect
to sta't ! eitto their former home
in lib ' s'Ut the 1st of May. ami
expect ' r d the reunion of the
l4iri family ou the Inrtlulay of Mr.
Mr. Laml's mother.
The latter att o'i lat week the
northern retdivre gave'ICansas a gener
ous baptism of du-t from Nebraska's
irgin stil, while tins week the J--hawker
cyclones have returned the
compliment in grand .vhaie.
OlR farmers can not be to) careful
in setting out prairie fires. The one
of last Friday mu-t have done an im
mense amount of damage, all tho way
from five to ten thousand dollars, and
might have been much wor-v.
One of Sam Dyer's children i very
sick. Mrs. Dyer is also -tillering from
an acuto attack of iutlamatory rhen
matim. With thee atlliction and the
anlnous duties of the epre iran-fer
and del:vcry. S-im finds Jordan a hard
road to travel.
lvouri-sr.e of the Tth we stated
that Mr. C. W. Marvin had gone to
Wi-i Vofc a acent lor 1110 i a- m kv
vu o ..o.io for th. 15 A- M IJv
Our iniormaiion w3 .rout a reuaoie
source, but sccnis that other arrange
ments were subsequently made, and
the genial Chat lie will tarry with ;ia
A XUMBEK of the farmers of Webster
county are making arrangements to
orcauizean anii-norse uuei society.
This society will K entirely secret, not
even tho otlicers names will be divulg
ovl. It is n good idea and we have an
idet that it will not be safe for a horse
thief to fall into their hands.
The city council should have the
sir. eti- and alleys cleaned up at ouce.
Thev -ire jKSsitively in bad hape. In
m uvy places there are circa-ses of
dead animals and other foul matter
1 vin!: above ground that should be at
tended to. Public health demand
this action ou. the purl of the board.
I I1I?ORTAi;T ?onrrs-
Kr.w ., - xt Mrs MJ?rid'-
'Jhe H'-rn Hakry ha & new sign.
A J Kksnj.v h in low, on business.
T. E. IIaxi has returned from Chica-
JS C Bauxw has ;etu.ned from ilis
ouri. J L rTAStaEE has bis cheese factory
nt Hicka in running order.
Tin ri. h a pound party on Rev C
I' L-nf-t. WVdnetday night.
Mkhi' A V.'nmcLY.of Franklin, is
..-itiv br father, Mr 1) lIer.
C'nuisY WiNFfctT and J W Cham
lrg ar both candidate for marshal.
Mts CKt., who has been esnously
J i!:, w& re-jvermg rapidly ax hut ac
The MethodM social at iha M B
ehurch on last Friday evening was a
grand sue cess.
J A Tt ixby went to I incoln, Tues
day, to ft i tend the grand contmaadry
of IC night T.-mplar.
Hum'. & IIumwku. contractor
commenced the erection of A J Jrieaas'
farm reeidenre thi week.
Mb. liH.kZt.ruxv has the frame vori
of hw new home up. It will be a sub
stantial dwi-'Ung when ilniahcd.
Is the tuit beior& Justice
Hondav. Jlosher v T'al mer, the jury
a warded the plaintiff $:M datna-M. j '7l'. visited th cKtaiy capital on
The i-oplo of Ited (Tloud should d.. Tu !ay, and delivered an orauan be
soiucthing towards retaining tome ofjfjr. the bo.ird of trade,
the man v ciuiirrants that are UJ 1k. AL'JAtnaiia.ofdewsrd, a first
W I) FokKtxTEK hna something to
ay to the rea!t-r of The CiiiiT in an-othi-r
column, liva-d it and gno the
g-nthuian a call
Oi'R friend Andy Hrg, haa sold his
intfir-st in the firm of Metiuin & ISerg
at (iuide Ibx-k and, e understand,
will return to Tied Cloud.
W'k. desire to call the attention of
stock raiteri to the advertisement of
tale of thoroughbred short horn cattlo
at Hastings, N !., April 30-
Till. Ci(iigr'galnaal so iety will hold
a dune pcll.ag cial nt A I' 1'ierc a
J'riday 'i-:iiiig, April ii, to whn-h all
are cordially invited. llefreahmvuts
will be terved.
Miw "N'twiiofrtE has just received a
large invoice of spring and summer
god of uiiKjie patterns and artistic
di-ogii. nhi-i the public are cordially
invittil to call and examine, deo the
ndviTtiauient iu to daj's paper.
Uto U. Hindi, who lately jitircliaaeil
it ilolLtud Hou-.c livery sUtblc from
from our 'friend Waterman, has re
turned frem li trip em anil h now
getting his leirscH and outtit re ady fur
the pulli Tun Chief takes pleasure
in welcoming Mr. (iAtes t our city.
M -AvY St IuttF.i.L have started a
new livery r table in imnecion with
ibeir fei-d barn, and they propose to
keep iirst e!a teams and gooil ve
hicle. l!ead Uieir advertiflement iu
another roluiuu. They abo have nt
their barn Marshall, a very ii.ie "or
m tn stnlhwn.
Tun ant.ivenary meeting of the
V-lwter County llible Society will be
held nett Sunday evening at Iho M E
Chmvh in Red Cloud. Rev. U V
Waiuw right will deliver the unnu.il
ad'lrrVs. All longiegatinns and pastor
a aUo the gural public are cordially
iuvitinl. a it a ill be a ttnio.i perxioo.
V YiKNEK, the tiolden Eagle cloth
ing man, has secured the lot next to
the lit National lUuk, en which he
will end his two storv brick store
room, of which The Cuikf made nu4J-j
Hon lat week. This will be another
improvement to Red Cloud, and we
are glad to learn that hi increasing
business has compelled him to build
a large store room.
Is our anxiety to gain riches we
should not forget that wo nl! have a
common inteict in the growth of Red
1'lnn.t , c.utl 111 ti shrmUT M ilnnt'
-.-.., ..-.v- ts
to induce manufacturing or other like
institutions to l.--tc here, certainly
the atobi promising point m tlie west.
taking location, wler inwer. railixuid
facihtses. etc, into coasideration. A
canning facUiry, jiork packing estab
lishment, a foundry, plow factory, etc
rdl cm; Id do well here.
Os Tutsday morning shortly before
the httle stirs had cease! to twinkle m
the sk, John Parkcs was seen ki
pindown the hack streets and tnrough
the alleys :n n very eccentric manner.
John is an Odd Fellow and an eathui
astic memlter of that order, and it as
whispered in the ears of the initiated
that a braa new daughter of Rebekah
of regulation weighL had come to stay
with hiinM'lf ami family. At last ac
counts father and daughter wore doiu -well.
Tun Dusf hopes that the new vil
lage trustees will keep tip the intend
ed improvements tlir.t were arranged
for the present 5 ear by the obi coun
cil. Wo need sidewalks, ami one to
1 thi" Jfptit especially, which every citi-
n Led Cloud would be perfectly
i v iJnt ;o v la.v 10 nave imj. uu.
' ueil wo n street iami on v cosier
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street, Z. 4th, ami 5th Avenue, and a
vat uumltcr of ither iinprovements
could le made that wonUl add muteri
ally to the wellfare of the city at lan:
An effort is on foot to organise a
lloiiie lxin and IUukiing Association
in Ked Cloud, such an institution
would bo of incalcuable benelit to Keti
Cloud, inasmuch as it would increase
she number of new dwelling house
and wouki give the poor man as well
as the rich a chance to get himself a
home, and cease paying rent. l?y next
week Tiie C:i!EF hoHS to be able to
chronicle the incorporation of the as
sociation. The capital stock will be
limited to $ftA.U00, we understand, di
vided into shares of $100 each. This
will be one of the best institutions ever
orenmzed in Led Clotvi.
APKIT. 22, i- Arbor day.
J. L. Kaley wi in Arapabo ihu
Mw. WiSTae ie riailrog in Abm
i-anoiiLS fc.er will have OteiroSlre
wi-t of H nr Broc. ttore.
LtCkJCDSS hve been icranted to J S
HothriM-k and Hatrj Feishl
(ifi.ar.fcT Juftnci 4 low waa iht
guet of W. C. Wataoe this week.
Iju said thai a promtnent. fuins
houe in tuVa be changed hands iht
Wate&kas a DarKt have bought
the lot north of Milter's alable sad wilt
pot up a large barn.
iSoitii iartiea from Plattemooth wre
in the city this week getting some
dental work from Dr Eraigh.
Tn members of Pah Eebeka Lolc
1. 0. ft. F. held a very pleasant sociable
at Tred HummeU Tuesday ntuht-
A FIXK April shower, the firt of the
eaacn, came on Tuosday. Now for
May flowers, Decoratiaa Day, and the
&J.X HxustfT. ha rttired fmta his
latorinthe Golden Kagie L'lothinc j
store and J will soon go to
Uao. WATKtiJB, o the nine II ill
cl-t-i taleHinan. has taken a position
w th our friend C. Wiener, of the Go!-
din Eagle Clothing houe.
TiiEluliea of the Baptist church ttad
soi-iety will give a fair and snpper at
their church, next Tuesday evening,
April 2!t. Supper from G t o'clock
Supier 2jcents. Ice cream extra.
The new council organized la?t
Tuesday night, with R. L. Tinker as
chairman and. J. X. Rickar is. clerk.
and J. L. Miner, treasurer. License
was granted to J. ii. Hutfhrock and
Harry Feight to run salMns and giv
ing boitd-i to comply with the law.
J.v MiuuV has cimnleted J din
?hire nidenee in a very uorkinan
hko manner, and is now enguged in
making extensne repair-j on the resi
dence of Win Way, alter which he will
build an addition 1-'.2I to A A Pope's
house. John seems to have Ids hands
full of work.
List of letters for the week ending
April 13. 1P-5 fleo. Kennell, Jidin II
Ferman, Mi- Annie Green, Fay Cor-
ham, II CUoss, .Mrs ILittie Harri.
ili-s Icie Howard. R D Mjirkliniii.
.I?e Miligan, Emanuel OL-en Mrs
Rose I'e.nko. John Raub, i'ay riiomp
son. These letter- will be -ent to tue
dead letter oflicu May 11, l.-S5.
lFtM. CiiK formerly night operator
at tlni place ha. been performing the
duties of ticket agent jor the past lew
das during theab-enceof A. J. Welch
who has been rusticating among the
sandVnlls of Colorado, and while there
we understand, purchased a farm from
t'nele ain, near the new town of
Yuma on the lino of the I t M rail
way. On Friday night some imp o' dark
ness stole a quantity of corn cobs and
coal from Mrs IlairdV coal box. We
havi? heard of umnerou other depre
dations by the black diamond thietcs.
A little gunpowder p'aced neatly and
jtH icioiwlj- inside of a few coos or
lumps of coal has often proven a pow
erful remedy in very aggravated cases
of fiel kleptomauia in tome of the
On W1hom1av evening the resi
dence of our highly esteemed town?
man Mr- I). M. Plat was the scene of
a brilliant wedding, the high contract
ing parties being Mr. John R. Sinrey
and Mia? Mary Piatt, loth of Red
i Cloud. Rev C t) Yeiser officiating. 'Hie
hfide fe & vefy wtimilWo ytianft Uulv.
j M, ft faotnc jn society. The
t.nj u -.genial, whole a.led.
, ;l. ,rolll.h busing eentleman and ern-
j,. mie o( t.ur iH living
hlied the responsible position of assist
ant cashier in the Red Cloud National
lUnk for a long time past. The Chief
accords him a cordial welcome
among the rank of the "Benedicts."
The wedding preenta were numerous
and valuable. After the ceremeav
the gue?ts were invited to partake of ! sooth of the river, have been obhred j order- thm to leave. bw n-f.-spleadid
collation. The newly wedded to cross in a dixay skiff in order to get wc "f Morton 1 btu fel qnit rrt m
pair departed on the 9 25 train. Thtirs
day morning on a lour through Color
ado and the great west. We hurl the
historical shoo after them and heartily
wish them unbounded happiness
Kt MtLtR. residing sottth- est of
town liad the misfortune to bo severely
burned last Saturday afternoon, wh'Ie
In ing to pre treat a prairie tire from
; sweeping through his premises, but in
an OKorL-, the tire swept
through hi tine Iteanng orchard of
,; cuerry a.m: app.e irees. in ;rvinc to
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prevent this, the old conileraan w
scrroundeil ami in making his osca 1
his clothim: cancht tire burning hi.
rtcht arm to the elbo--, his let: hand,
am! also his f.ice tn a horrible manner.
It was iirst though: that he could not
recover from hv- injuries, but under
the -k:lh"ul trertment of !r. Sptckel
ni'er. we learn now that he is x :he
-.end. Bhue HUl Ttrnn.
ibisd iju&r.eriy meeting ct th M
E church of Led Ctocd, will be beki
next Saturday and Sunday, April 17
and 15. Services Saturday eveaws a:
7 o'clock. Sunday at 1 1 a. In. JVieftoh
mg by the Lkier Rev. John Gsilasner.
Quarterly conference Saturday even
ing after services. Full attendance of
oScirJ members requested,
C. D. Lv-ps:rt raster.
S . ,.f. . . n. nut hreJ in n.e
wild, iid A.j..; can f.fw anr concetw
Uott whawver of the srandea; and sb-
Itaaity of pr-urn: are. nor of the tt - rri
Wy disastrous result u UJe aad prop
any thai fallow m its ako. A lull
grown pram fire will produce a deep
er aud more iaatinp; impre-.'ton upon
the min 1 of the beholder than a hole
rie of rerjral with a re:o camp
me-ttiK ot two thrown in.
when ebraaka M bnt
wiierne of prame jrraaa and red
sktm hee Srea, at certain seasons
tk M- k!.i r! .n,i iiwifU(t.4
sway over the entire ta;e and a part of
Kan, tot lattrriy the ajeUc py-
ftArctiUirai exhibUio:tfl of one o the
the tnuit ptcr:t funes in nature haTo
boen great '.y abriJrd by th plowed
acres and cuitivlvd neldi of our
hardy pijneer, atnstcad of rushing I
over thu land in an Jmoi: unbroken
line like an avalanche of dime, a in
the good old ante-civiused day, are
noiv obliged to be content with mamn:
in nn erratic crure tnrouj;h the coua-
trv, un the draws and dawn the r&vme
aluog the streama and orcr Uie divide,
mereiv a rouiantic enit.rue of their
j former greatnw. but oftenumea du4
grea.er aamage than in former year. ".' -" -. 1 -.-. ..
Such waa the ce last week in thia j ben cafrfu!:.v !f" r -'T-couuty.
A rni:: fire aaa started some-1 b ad c,h,,J I"L" :;- f,?- ! r ' :
where south or .owti east of Weib. no
oueaeems to be ahte to toll where, or
ifthevcAn the a on' t. The strong
winds wafted it to and fro Jor Severn! i
das, until Tridar, when a stifl norther ;
sti in, uriTing me ure in a ligxar man-
. -a -
er jn R futneaalerlr direction, burn-
iug hay stacks, hoiues, barns, shebt
feucisi and in fact everthng ot an in
flam.u!e nature that stood within it
reach, crossing the rniiroaI. burning
ties and telegraph pole-, on, on it weul
jaupmg ol UIlU thv murj;y water-, of
the Republican "bade it pea re be st.U."
The amount of damage can not be
estimated. Thousands of hcyqs were
burned over. 1 1 undri-ds 01 men wo
men and children fought iho lire stul
iM.rnly at various point, and succeed
ed iu saving large amotiutc of property
:h.tt otherwise must hate been
destroyed. .J D Laeh succeeded in
i.tMiii; hi- house after the fire had got
aithin fifteen lVt't of it; Dave ICaley'?
hlable wan burm-d, DrSnerersucceetUtl
in -aimf his timlier trove, oniv a few
0! the trees being ?cor-hed. Codman
r. i-i . 1 t .. . -i. i
j lnu etrorls,"f ir. i'oym.r nnd other- a
Lreal.ir itlwS WA., Rvuide.l. Mr. C.dham
niiiit- n-i -ouie miy, imi iniougn
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K-f Knr o lil til.it M iv X' I'firriii'
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.cott ,'c 1 runKev lo-i atMxit a iiuuureM ; 1 i,,i,.v
ilollars worth of fein e. Mr Unght had Tremiior'Cone
some sheds and farming imnlement-! Lottie (idr-on
1 .r f..t.- t -..... u..,:Rc le Hatl.aaav
t 1 1- x- 1. 1 1 11 1
burned, r hiclumison lial con.-uSvr
able fence btirneil, and a pre it miny
others s'U-taineil liK.-es of various kinds
the particulars of which have not been
received. The lire pa-eii a short di-
tance east of Retl Cloud. Our citizens
turneil out and rendered all the ai-t-
ance in their jmwer. Ttirottgh their 1
CAcruuiuu. mru niiioiuo. u. ",,,ili"v
projHTty was saved. The Chii.i. again
reiterates the oft repeateil warning m
t .- ....I....I !..
ri-ATt to the cnminallv care!esi man-
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ner in whicn tire-are wrted in various
pLices. and alloiCAi to gel lieyond con-
trol, tK tnticti care Ginnot be excr
cised in so important a matter.
To Ur.ils" Or Nt To i:Hlgr.
A larce number of the solid, enter-
pn,ing. business men of Ked Cload
met at the oflice of Judgo ei-er I uss -
day evening to discuslhe bridge ques-
lion in all 11s rhaes. R. P.. ruttun
was called to the chair und E. F. High
land chosen as secretary A lively
discussion tollowed. view3 were freely
and harmoniously interchanged, and
a large amount of valuable informa
tion gleaned relative tn the almost
constantly recurring annoynncrs and
hardships the people of the county
and fpeolly those living in that trib
utary to the valley have been subject
ed to during the past decade, by
reason of the antics of the treacherous
V- - w
Republican ireshets and ice Sorgos.
From the organixatioti of the county
to the present time no: a single year
has elapseil hca tho nvar
or.ikt in f,tv ar all timns
teaau. ana very often people living
.o market to obtain tne necteanes o
,u imov. k
life or else perform a wemry jngnmace
in Kansas to otvuiin the -ame. It L-
t.,ti , im. iioiiVi h ln
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expended bv the county to bui.tl ami
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ma'ntain brnlstv. to say aotn.ag 0; the
thousands more that have leca so gen-
! eromdv donated by our citirens, and.
nti a single decent bridce tan tne
rtver vcnlay from one idc of the cou
! ti the other. Tl.ere is wit one tv
ou: of the dilemma, and -Ji..t is for th
t countv Ui voct goo-1 scbsUntial bndres
t " .. . . . ....
,hA, . not wa,hd away by ahtUe
. .i ...;.. ... ,w.. nAf l.
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.nnut; ;v&, ;iti L,m. ... .,.a1r, i
knocked into smiihereorts by everv
tWinMno k-M of if. IL n. Jones. J . L
M.M ..l I T n-fKr .r. nnrtn.
.'lllitTi, .i. -. v -.' --.,-..rr
ted as a committee u jeoure :te sr-
vsco: of a competent engineer to make
urvev and estimate of the costs cf
bridge me river at nee yarv. points
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with bridges that can pe rahed up.n.
Our citizens are determined to have
:he bndfre nui-an'e abated if a.t all
posstOie, and hope to rocetre the bear-
i Jv cv-ojeitior. oi the P-opie tar
i ou;!the county. IK the govd
For the Ladiea zzd Children.
1 have received Koche-ter made
Indies' shc-os. also the Wa.ker shoes
wnich are the best maa.:raeturel good
in the Uni'ed state. I will TArraa:
cverv oair Berfect er no -ale- Try
th-asa " A. S. 3Lt2t.
j J'tliom W the Repuh.Kan ViUj ad
rxw6ding c:ntr . u the
- f -11 " r handrt,!. w
? Ked Ooui :, cUr:
Mill Anturer.'T of AmmcAi. ( ,
I lowhtp. Toa led in Ha! t
bee making extenctre ar?1
to e.Uertaiit tb;r brethren .
ityle. and a)! wh ) come may ft; c
royal r;elcome. no only by tiieir breti,
ren in Red Caui, but by ail f onr
Ii. otd luu. been recritaa jrom
4nM " - sCMMfy
. rarae vo ine enrci u4 ioev. o
lodge woult1 be preaeot, sod Un 5
witn them a band, so tat e may nav
uraUr aspect several cornet bands ki
vahvett ihe day, beaidea ou: home
band. During lB T & "
peeh tby A J Keaaey, of Ile4
Cuud. Ke Cornett,of Blue ifilJ. ad
Mr Fletclner, of Franahn. aud 'ther
extrcxsj that will be imcreUnj; Wthe
Odd re!!otB to attendance. In the
evening n rnd taall will to given at
the rink, thd funds therefrom u be
used in erecting a new hall for the boy;
j J- lti crlebration wU be
caaion long to be ramexnberc) in
th T'".v ml 'JH' ':'y b fraler
a.m YlA 1 ,.aa tnrtim I
I S"n of th :sllmK ferr:
1 Itecciinn an4 eatrrtatnatact
tudgr uat.S I b to
J- HrHMii ltzr No ! a". '-'
At .- ju tu tM'V i4mn b t- fi.v.
4 .It 1pm sitarp ! crsn4 ti .
kdg. Jr--Ul t Krl Wutl rr t
nurra 11 Wrtt-r trrt to tin Ain. w
' T" l rUAi 'rt-fci UTWV luiui tJ .-
U ..dM- . . -!. .
i tttrm wt jn -Ar4 tttt bn.r -
Ji At. lf!xr iA Ul WebU-r Utl. lt.tlwr
UuTUl (HI M -jir trort t nnL .
I ittU4 -U- : ' kntm
C ,diimi ene. a J Kcao. I
i !:cjuvi'. H A I k-lcaci. Ka
f Antirrsry eurmsvs.
Itf otkUwu. I!e K Crwet
li i.lm i udr. ftH IHA rcH-S "
Tut Chik hopos the brethren in the
vflitev Mill tarn out in lull fone, and
celebrate the dy in a becoming tun
:ier, suih a a ill pJioiv the world that
1:1 lfe thrH hnka there is Krii-ndhip.
I Loe and Truth tnat bind- u Uigelher
111 one common effort to do good. Let
every member that can, come to Rod
Cloud on the 27th.
WIitc t ret Tti)irr.
Tench eri exjminetl dt
and April, I6i!, with grade.
I Flora F Rrown 3
' .b-nnie llaidwtn 3
W CJ Weid..
1 Ma fv I' I .'. t.ntnti
' .- -'- --
ttie I incolii
. Anna Is'.M-iPoweli
I !-- Krell
Ablie I lave
.. . 11
. v.. .. JM
... .... y t
. . .... ......
bona A ruillev..
( , , , , 1 ,
i Eva Muu-el
( Luzic Mclutoeti..
' '..it if llAire
1 p ,. lV..ll.f..
. A j.n,,,,'."'.
j i;t.rtha L Eluiugh
J te Arnold.
,-.. ; .. r - I
r.iui r-diioru .
lu ale 2.
, Marv Mt Intvre
. J "Rowh. ."....
, L- .1 Yarge-r... .
.. .w. ... ...
I Mry Huril
Enima Campbell. ..3...
i.lltn 1 ..... .-..
tCnn philiii 3..
Amanda E Rroks..3 M
Clara M WiLoti .......... 5511 1
LuettA liamaker. .Z -n
j Mary M:hinnie 3 SA
I Linua Owen 3 .-7
f Lmma J H-nold&.3 -o
, ;! n,:,n,.w I,'
j N- , ,
Louie MunseM : --
: .Net i" Aro.Ia.........3
I., ta m li trvi-y..
Lura 1) Alibert..
Orwjuidto Leave. We arr .'.for- .
ed Irom a reliable sonrce that J i : : 1
Austin Riley and Chas. Morton, f ik
Creek in Webster county, have n
ordered to I ae the country in to
week. Tins seem a "ny deal'' and
the Messrs. RiUy we hear "sill nl
heed such order. As we have received
the story Mr. Morton had oro dilh-
cnlty ard on a perhm;nary trial eave
J bond with the wo Messrs RiVy as
londstnei they being brother n !vv
j it a
uprising that they d. 1
j Morton lft the country, but a : J
j day of trial approach-, he r'urt.- .
some of th neopl apparentli m -,
-o:no ot th neops appai
BtlX)ru-t for thi bond mo-vr tbn
j .. , - , , .
v?.r u.r.rhfr..-ne. and cood adi.r u
j ;h(? jopj, ,..:Abide by low and w j
j bevond Rilv-' arli:irv."for thev cr-
urn v nave uon notnin" to warrir
1 -uch a roor And the peorde hi 5 n
i ... . . ' ,.
tolrixte one bit more criminal. t
J -,tfry(ir Hcr.ll.
Miss Kvi J Kic, Mtpenatend'n: cf
the public choo o Hel Clojd. hi
! n the 27t'i tf thi rnoih the
j which sboh- laid before tho i-avrd of
Mncation for tneir conrurrene- 1 .1 i
i...J .V J -.I--. .!. , .. ikr..-
, brd 'hould adopt the sasn-. threr;
..- . t .
-inn- tho nnm iomp mM'jr to z
I to chooL By graduxtinz cr.-jr-A it
I ctv tho chiki an f nd to war for, ind
.-----.w- , -------- - -
5'- -TI Vi ". .-.-....m-!. . .-
; arse- Jem on in becr3iirs: m
:.;,. .K-.- ...! If tr...
rien: in the-.r :!
,. n ranc v- tn? reached or. t
. . .. ' .
vhe usual Urne r mttnc cbcl ori
J the child can n-X I- Ciiyriod to h
Tt" sata.w ,n,:J"i if r:m
' fnr aim t :tw brd of edncaun
.hfHtid :o ?r0TTde wr? meaa u,
' eoltst tnc pupil :a tne canc of cduca-
For tbo Men and 3oys.
I have the Wxkcr 'ooots tad shoes
ZM.& will civ yon wartaaty
on vvrv oatr vou be v. Try th'm.
For Salo 1
A rood fxrra of 160 rell
hoc?, bam, well Stc VJ0 acre- coiu-
voted, nine mile of Ld Clixii. Inpnrc
at farm or iddrcsi me at Ld Ckaui
ABOUT HIGH PRICES !
Boots and Shoes,
Trunks and Valises.-
Now sold at the Golden Eagle,
One price Clothing Store
LOWER THAN EVER
Will bo ploasedto show you stock and prices?
and convince you that you save money
by buying of us.
C. WIENER, Proprietor,
uo 1m !n,ly ro evinc a
Dress CioocU, ol
Elegant Line ol White
wss, mjmm mtms
! In KikHcss ';iri( 'I v ;i.t
! kIbw Pas0 eSSliliiBSr '
Such u Harabunra. nvu-Iaatlnar Torchon I-vron nnJ 2kl-fltzr- ?' ttsM
iioaiery, rotivn, vc L.n.Tnu L.ino o: i.JiH fx k'a'ow, ftarooB, oc
?ro n uuol, tho VERY loJrvt r.rl dofy com pU lion
Furniture and Fancy Notion
Parti- 'jnhisi: Furnltnro -srlll wi?o monoy by examining my j:oodj
before pcrchn-ainrf olao"-hores
j ArrtvIajf c d Ia rr,rnJKJon
vr-yzly cf ru! klntla
Prices to Suit the Buyer !
Such as Tln-i'iu-c, Soaps. Glasararo. Tercel. HiuttUcvchJufr. !kc. nmi
-jrlll tx a Ad choapr thrui at nay pitc-o in Rxi CsOud
Tcorouhbrcc! Short-Horn Csrtlo, rtt Hcrrtina, 2r0b, os
Thursday, April 30th, 1885.
35 Esaiof3allS, Zvttz, and Heifers, cf Supsrirr Duality'
This fttcx-k la hi ffcxx! brooding condition, ancrt an ruibnaJ bet ur'sf.
If a reiralitr brooder A the co-ara and Koifora that aro otd ocoai'a arts
brod And e. number noon da V cail. Cr.tt! 'orjl bo at SaUs;;, & woJc
beforo the ba!o SaIo to cotnme-cco t 1 o clock
TERMS Ton rnontha time, pcrchrvar jpvtns- noio with approvotT
Berarity, interost at lO por cent.
For c.taiouc or ksfomatloo. hicmbro of Henry Sivedd. IZsLStlsg. Nob
or of J H LAUGHEAD, H DRAPER. Waabiaittoo. lovm
wo also maio a. soin mx 3a trice
F.n1 m'1 FT-'niaii. I.lno of
rv Ci'otids. in all varieties
Goods, Trimmings, 5cc,
v,lh . 2 h&ro n ja
f iot' jt. vritii
Nco, May cr
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