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About The Red Cloud chief. (Red Cloud, Webster Co., Neb.) 1873-1923 | View Entire Issue (Aug. 21, 1885)
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Eoablican 'County Convontion.
The Ki'itubllcui electors of Websijrcou'.t- 1x9
invited to solid dt-lejj.ito Irwin the severi! j ,.
i-l:i;ts tlit-reln, to ni"U la cit'ivtf'ittu:! at ihe
Court House, in H'il . lt'iul. on 'I Imrsiiaj. Oulo
i.t 1. at 11 o'clock a. nj.. lor tlie purjoae of plac
A glnU(iulti tor County Commissioner,
A oaflliitlate for Count Ck-rk.
A ciiiillil:it for Comity "In.Mur'r,
A eamlldate for Ko;ittvr ol Devils,
A rnailidate for County .lulire,
A c-jiiulldatc for .Sljenli.
A iinll!:itc for Hupcriutetid'iil ol I'ujjlic'ln
structjon. A candidate for County Sirvtor,
A'-undid-ite fir Coroner.
A ixi, to elm delrg.Urs te the tatc Conven
tion, ami to tranvi.-i Mich other titiaittcns as may
ooiru foclon tlieleomeiitlon.
It Is nMjuefttfil that the unmade, for the civ -
tionot ih'Uratvi to;il(tico!i:ntlon beheld in
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II ;everal'precliuts an- entitle! to rejin-yca-
.uon tit Hie cuii,iiiiii an follow :
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Tin: social at the It.ipti church last
Tuesday night was a grand success.
Pititionh for the post office an; in
circulation. A S Marsh it- circulating
one and Oliver I'own another.
'tjR: Chij:k s bettor hnlf in tinder ob
ligations to Mr-? It I. Worley, of West
Inavale, fur si hand-tome boquet.
Tin: social at IVum.iiter Meitl's
ronitU'iic.e Monday night was a very
VriH.mt aflair and largely attended.
Divis'i: service will !io held in the
Catholic church at Red Cloud on Hun
day, the 2,'id inrtant, Joseph Clery, I'as
tor Timu: will bo a meeting of tho cx
pobucis of Cowle and vicinity at two
oVlwk p. in. on Tuday, September 1,
the object of which h to cons-hler tli
jiruty of orpanjini: a G. A. K. Tost.
All concojni'd arr- invited to attend. y
I'"l Fhruif. nttorney and cnunpelor
at law, uot'H to the great ww?l next
vt( k to f-.elert a location to ttick up
liw irofe"-uonil shing'e. Ed. is a good
Inland wherever ho may locate Tin:
Ciun wishes him succors and pros
Tun (cachet' institute eloped lat
f-ntuni8y, after a very HUcce.iMiul term,
and resulted in much beneiit to thoue
attending. Much if the sucro-B of the
inpMjf'te wn owing to the instructor.-,
wh(ereall uell educntol gentlemen
it a crv high type.
Hon K. H. Gi.'MP hrts been appointed
by the city council as Police Judgu
We ill lny beforehand that offenders
who ci mie before Hie Honor on chaig--p
ag:.jt'the jieaco and dignity of the
jr will be nimmaiily dealt with. The
.Judge will mnke a good otlicer.
W V Ki:saiy lnit returned to Quin--y,
Illinois During lus stay bete he
purehVed V H 1J Ivern's farm in Smith
county, Kans.it; afco two acred of Kd
HunitU. north-we-i of .1 II Kemribrrg'
i evidence, on which he will orect a
dwelling in the near future.
Tiir'Op. ra ,toufo front is now i
ileted. :u t it. aether with the ed
Ion 1 Katio.d It.mk b!ock are the
h.fj lnomest buildinir.n in tb city. The
buck business houses of Red Tloud are
indeed n great rredit to the Gate City
f thiIV.iMev. Tin: Ciiikk has added
another brick to those already in the
EftjriRE ln.xiCKV, one of our inilu
iM'ul fsirmers, ppeit a few day in
Omaha during Ut-t week, on business
Mr Tohiicky, while there, ran across
.xoiueold triendri that he had not ?een
for twelve years. He report a nice
time. The E-quire, we understand,
liaa never gotten a cluo whatever to
the fine horses he had stolen to me
cllt day last week Mi Kose Wal
ner said to to be 65veai8 of age. and
Mr Wdh.tm Schroll. aged come forty
.summers, were united in the holy
bonds ot matrimony. '1 he young coup
lo immediately Parted on their wed
ding tour to Kansas, wht-re the event
lotmded up in ityle, and the balance
olT.e evening was devoted to worship
ing a hi modi-, at the shrine of the Gcd
A stkm threshing outfit while at
woik on Mr. Hansen's farm on the
bead of Indian creek, et fire to a
r.traw stack, and while the hands were
it dinner the stack and thie-dier were
rned. the engine being saved. A Mr.
ith wo-s operating the machine.
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!' smoKe s.tact:s to enmncs liouId
h:i spark arresteis attaihed, there
in jeat danger unless this is done. The
IosmMs not known.
M.vYok Tinker and the city council
have done much towards improving
thkciiy during the last few weeks.
Sidewalks have been ordered and laid
in varum parts of the city, and more
will follow as soon as taxes begin to
comein. Mayor Tinker, Aldermen
Ormhy. Mosher and Coon gave their
pezsonal note for money, that the side-
ialks might he connected as far as
built. This note was signed by all the
-council except Aid Miuer, who refused
,. to do so for reasons of his own.
f Cm ntiik Iodge. Knights: of Pvthias
which has been oran:7ed in Red Cloud
.about eighteen mnntiis. i in a most
Nourishing conditio., an 1 lias increas-
v rd its membeiship rapidly, from among
tilt best and most inlluential men of
Jled Clotul. The lodge has leen work
ing under a dispensation for the above
pi nod, but this week the Grand Keep
er of records and eals-assigned the
lodge a number, and henceforth it
will be known as Calanthe lodge.
No 29, Knights of Pythias. The
Kffights of Calanthe may well feel
proud of tin. proeperitv of the order in
ITEMS OF INTSB3ST.
Thev .ire the Qui jvive now.
Street lain ps arc needed in the city.
J ok Cummi.-.t-s' little'child died on
Thk little babe of .Mr and Mrs Dick
Gray died last Friday.
Mhs. Geo Aijei. has been on the sick
list for the last few days, but is recup
erating. Mu Martin's pale on the 13th. on
Hicks crock, was a success. The clock
I aril,i ,,-()U
W F Harj-cii, of Kiverten, was a
pleasant caller at CniEK headquarters
Mi-.s Rr.iinrcA Watson, of Newton,
Kansas, a hist-r of W I' Watson, in vis
iting in this city
A nc.mrer of our townsmen went to
S-ilem to attend .he U H camp meeting
at that dace Sunday.
St fwai:t it Hart, contractors, are
making some necei-Fary improvements
on .1 L Miner'.-i residence.
Kev C W Sl'RiNGEit ha been wre-ll-ing
with one of Job's comforters on his
f.icc. He has our sympathy.
Hank Makrer has., the i)roud dis
tinction of bringing the iiret load of
watermelons into the city thi "eason-
TJ.sifi.E GtoitoE WintoN ha, jtiht re
turned from the Great Wca-t, wheie he
ha- been "viewing the laud.-c.ipe o'er."
C IJ Crone, assistant secretary of the
Red Cloud U.K. t L. Aociatioti, was
in Kans-as City the other day on btisi-ne.-s.
Mrs Thos I'aci., of Cowle?, who had
been I'crioti'Iy ill for ?nne monthn
past, died last Thursday and wiuj bur
Wi; would call the attention of our
readers to the advertisement of Geo ().
Yeiser it Co, which ajipears in anoth -er
W I Watson, who is doing insur -
mice bufeines" injvirwm, Kansas, and
Fiauk Jehir, of the fame ftate, were
in Red Cloud Monday.
In another column will be found the
adverti-eineutri of Ed Gilford and The
People's Lumber Company of Cowl es.
It will pay our readers to read the
same and profit thereby.
) IJ Harvey and Abe Newton an
nounce by bills printed at this office,
that they will sell G'i head of stock at
Mr Harvey's farm, three miles north
of Inavale, on the fir.-t of September,
IvANiiVsaud Nebraska have tutsel
every few weeks over the speeding
qualities of their hore-tlesh. Two
Jays last week were lined up in this I
line, and Nebraska came out ahead
Mr Clin::, the candy man. has pur
chased MrS F Spoke-tield's Home
lestatiraut, and is now operating the
same. It is a good stand, and we be
speak forMrCline success and pros
perity in his new quartets.
We would .-ugge.-t that the sporting
men of Webster, Smith and Jewell
counties, and ail others interested m
corporate an Inter-st.iti Turf Associa
tion with headquarteis in Red Cloud.
We have some li;.e horses m the three
counties, and an association of that
kind could lie made to pay.
Tin: Chief is piepared to print all
kinds of sale bills at the most reason
able figures, on cloth or paper. Call
on us before placing your orders. Fine
job work a specialty, and at the very
lowet figures, and warranted to give
satisfaction or no pay. Consult your
own inteiests and see this office.
Candidates lor county offices are
getting thick. Several prominent
gentlemen are mentioned as pos.sib'.e
cand dates. The Chi K hopes that a
strong ticket of the be.-i men will be
nominated by the republican county
convontion. This week ws give
the names of a few who are willing to
sacrifice themselves on their county's
Yircinu is sending a great many of
her people to our Nebraska state.
Neatly oery week people from that
state arrive in Velstcr county in
search of homos. A number came in
last Satuiday, and were the guests of
C FCather and other Yirginiaus. They
were we'l pleased with the greatest
state in the greatest country in the
A.Moso the latc.-t devices to swindle
farmers is inj the shape of alleged
agents of Chicago commission houses,
traveling over the country inquiring
after crop repoit. They Juve blanks
to till out for reports, and to add color
to the scheme they get the farmer to
sign his name to the report, and the
document turns up afterwards to be a
a well written promissory note. Farm
ers should beware of all kinds of
We would suggest to the city dads
that they give some painter a job to
paint sign for the streets and avenues
of Red Clotul, and have them put up
pioperly at each corner. Theie is
hardly a person in the city that can
tell the street he lives on. Then with
a trilling outlay the houses'i ouid be
numbered and thus a great deal ot
trouble saved to the stranger who ar
rives in the city, besides being of great
beneiit to the citizens.
There is a general complaint among
our business men and citizens that the
express tlice is too far away from the
renter of business. One thing is cer
tain, that if the office was up town
there would he at least one-third more
increase of business for the company
As it is now Uncle Sim does what
would naturally go to the express
iV.nniiinv. Itnnl .'n nni ti-.- tlmi.l.io I
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of having to walk a mile to send a J
package or to find out whether there
is an. thing for them. If the company
wants to increase its business it must
put au oflice up town, and the same
can be said of the Western Union Tel
W Danv and Chaa McMillan were in
Miss Sadie Decker lia returned
from her eastern tnur.
The IJtptisv!chtirch cleared ?35. at
their festival Tueiilay night.
TiirifDiY night E1 Ferris entertain
ed a number of young'frieiids.
Charley I'latt and Ar.con Higby
were in Bloc miugton Saturdav.
Jake Noli. very iiuy .-filing organ-'.
He coll .'even in one week.
Friday night a very pleasant ocial
at the residence of Mrs Elizabeth Fer-
Mrs Rellowh and Loua have
returned from theireaiendod eastern
Ol'R democratic friend are having a
little amuement over the' po-t office
The gallery in Wumer'H -tore in the
Red Cloud National bunk block is be
ing taken out.
Geo M Yocno h.n moved hi fruit
store into the south side of M iryatl'o
Jewel rv -tore.
W V Kenadt has returned to IJH.
nois, after a Fojotirn in lied Cloud, for
A S Marsh wa in the east part of
the state thi- A-eek looking after nost
The editorial a?sociation of the Val
ley, meets at Oxford, Tuesday, Sej)
tember 1. ISSf..
Frne Smith, cb'rk in Marsh' tore
hafi been wearing his head to one side
CaiHe stiff neck.
Gr.o H eaton came to Red Cloud.
Saturday, and while here j-ome fellow
appropriated hi coat.
Will Yeihlr had one of his leg
badly lacerated Wednesday, by riding
into a barb wire fence.
1 The lire department ha changed i!.
, name from Alert to Qui rive. The
companv h tIourihing.
Last Wednesday eveninm T I) Ilan
na and wife held a reception in honor
of E Recker and wife.
Jacmp. Wimielm-oV, aged Ifi, who
left lii father's h.mie a few days ago,
has not been heard from.
Pu.mkr it Crawtoko, contractors,
received the contract for building the
new school house in ditri'"t -11.
A Nr.MR.r.R of Red Cloud people went
to Inavale this evening to attend a
pary at Po?tma.-ter Knight's residence
The Chief olTio l:eps very cool
this weather from ice furnished bv Will
Gate, "foi which wo have much to be
F E Goiile ha relumed from hi
tour of inspection of tl e Traders'
Lumber Company's yards. He repoi ts
Sever il of Cowles' prominent busi
ness men and citizens were on our
street.- Saturday. Cowle is a good
town, and full of enterprising people.
Ol'R friend M Hirney had the mis
fortune to lose.one of his Luellen m:i
teis this week. The dog was one of the
finest in this section and was worth
The frame of the new mill was rais
ed tiiis week. This milling company
will be one of the most enterprising
and profitable institutions of ited
The pcoplo of Webster county
should ill strive to have some article
on exhibition at the county fair in Oc
tober, 'i hat is the way to make it a
W P Kenady, of Qiiincy, 111. and a
relative of our friend J H Renisber,
has purchased Dave Helverns Kan-as
farm, in Smith county, paying there
Gkamjta Jackson is too happy, in
fact he is so happy that his back aches
all because tie has another grand child
at John Rereiuon's. Congratulations
are in order.
The Chief wonld suggest that peo
ple always tiy to buy what they want
at aoine before going away after goods
that can be procured here. Home
first, last and all the time.
The Nebraska Lumber Company
have purchased the Stevenson lumber
vard at Orleans, ami Henrv Stevenson,
of that linn, is now located at Red
Cloud in the company's general otlicc.
A i. Tt'LLKYs is said to be a very
happy man, all from the Jact that he
has another heir to claim a share of
his wealth. It's a girl, and consequent
ly Al. steps very high. The Chief ex
tend its congratulations.
A very pleasant social reception was
tendered the many friends of Mr- and
Mrs. M R Hentley, at their beautiful
residence on Cedar street, last evening,
A large number cf guests were present
and the eening happily spent by all.
It was a very pleasant occasion.
The Gem Sabbath school tender a
vote of thank to Mr Stevens, of the
Crete nurseries for his liberal contri
bution to the Sabbath schools in this
section of the county, and to Joseph
Graves, of Red Cloud, for appropriat
ion dollars and eighty-two cents to this
school. A. TtTTTLE, Slip't.
Red Clocd is one oi the most re
maikable quiet cities that we have
ever seen for a town of its size. Drink
ing and carousing is scarcely ever
seen ami people are not annoyed by
drunken men on the street like they
are in most eastern cities. Red Cloud
is most assuredly a model city.
Ix a few weeks more Mr Geo Ducker
of Joliet Illinois, nil! be in the citv.
and will open one of the finest dry j
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uoiw- aim iiuuuii uuu-es west OI Uma-
ha. Mr Ducker is a mm of experience
in the dry goods business haying spent
the better part of his .life at it. We
wish him untold prosperity and a mint
of money. The new store will be in
the rooms now occupied by C Wiener
in the Red Cloud NatiuiialBank Elocfc
EVENTS OF !HE WEEK.
Cedar street south is being grad?d.
J1I Fennan hs- -nine hogs forsnle.
Mrs G R Chaney is on the sick Jit.
Charley Reigle no-v drive- delivery J
Mr and Mrs G II H?Imd ure vL-itirsg
in Nock'dl- county.
M:s Licra Hasher of Iowa is visit
ing at I) M RothrwckV.
Jefferson Wall, of Ceiar county, la.,
is the gurrt of Jftr..e. Wall.
What ha become of the new scImxm
houe that we were to have?
Roorms to retit over Maryau's jevel
ry store. Apply to A II Kaley. 3lf
Owing to some flaw in the iron work
Mr Wiener's building is at a standstill.
A lawn -ociable will k held at the
residence of .Mrs Joe Warren on Toes
day Augti-1. 24.
Cottinc, delivers Domi a gasoline to
any part of the city, at any time of day
fr2ii of charge.
Harrt Taylor i- enrrving menage:
for the Wi-tein L'niuii Telegraph Co.
Jimmie Kidd having resigned.
The stock yard- k'd 16 car of ?;r.ck
this week from Pleasant Valley Junc
tion GW mile-, south west of Denver.
Poor baby ! Ag.dn The Chief is
pica.-ed to chronicle the arrival of
another addition to Henry Poor's uin
ily. Mies Iva Perry of Heairice, has
been vi-itiicg I.aMlla Marh for some
time, returned home Thursday morn
ing. Mi-s Lila Haglei of New Y.rk city
nss embarked in the dreis. making
trade with Mrs It Grimm, on Saw.ird
If you have any sick horses, cattle.
hogs or poultry, use only Raven's food,
sold only by Cutting, the live druggist
of Red Cloud.
Eliza Morrisoii.grund-daugliter of Mr
and MisScanimon. gave two beautiful
vaseB to the R ipti.-t Church society.
Church and school appieeiate the gift
We -cc by the papers that Col. Wig
gin, living near Red Cloud, is said to
he a candidate for the land office at
McCook. Mr Wiggins could fill the
office with ability, anil we hope he will
Tummy Enwutii is now running reg
ular between Red Cioiid and M Cook
as baggage smasher while, Mr Hills
night operator has been promoted to
day baggage muster at the depot, and
C E Woi d pounds bras nights.
Mr and Mrs Fur.-t Started on Tuc-
for Peoria, Illinois, to.'Uit old iriei.ds
and the jcojio of their childhood.
Robeit has returned to his jiost at
the I) it M Dining Hall wtiile Mrs F
remains east to finish her vis.it,
Pnoroo;.Ai';i iJKAiMviU'go to Iowain
a ftw weeks on a vi-it. Mr Rradbrook
bar been in Red Cloud for a number
of yeais and proposes to take a few
day- recreation Ironijbu-iucfs aiiAicties
by a vi.-it to the 'lawkeve slate.
The Red Cloud democratic engineers
would like to ..manipulate tho wire?
during the fad campaign so a to elect
a county officer. The eii'ort.will be all
in vain, and the great uiiterritied leader.-,
will have to be contented with the
little fishes, such as rondmaster, etc.
C L Cotting, the popular druggist,
and bookseller of Red Cloud, always at
the front in low prices, has lecenl'y
added to hi already largo stock .of
miscellaneous books, one hundred
dollars woi th of choice works of his
tory, biography and fiction, travel, etc,
that he is otlering at fabulously low
prices. Ii w.H 7ay any loyer of book
to look at this stock.
J. Rolla. infant. son of Mr and Mrs A
11 Rrown, died of dysentery un Thurs
day morning after ajweek's illness. '1 he
two other children of the wo -thy
couple have also been seriously ill of
the Mine distase but are now conva
lescing. Tne grief stricken parents
have the sympathies of the community
Tho itinera! will tako place this afti
noon at 2.Z0 o'clock, from their resi
dence. The Red Cloud bae bull club wih
to announce 'o the Blue Hill club that
they are now the proud possessors
of the championship of Web.-ter coun
ty, having won that honor some time
ago. Whit they want now is to play
for lucre, and when the Rlue I Iiil boys
talk money the Red Cloud club will
accept the challenge The weather is
too warm to play foi anything except
All prohibitionists of Webter coun
ty, regardless of former partv aifnlia
tions, who supported it John, or are in
favor ol a constitutional amendment,
are earnestly requeued to send their
names and address to Howard H Peck
Cowles, for the purpose of calling a
conference, ami if thought best a coun
rp convention to nominate a cotintv
ticket and elect delegates to the prohi
bition state convention h: Lincoln,
S-pU'inber 15. Howard H. Pecs,
For State Comniiaee.
Train Robbery On Wednesday
evening while the vre-t bound train was
standing on the siding a; Cowle one
of the cars were broken open and a
small amount of freight abstracted
theroirom. Tne wideawake conductor
discovered someshinz just as the train
was starting and noticed the station
agent, who started at once with a bull
dog 4.i in either handlmd paeh .: ir-
ular hair sending on end like the fret-
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iui t.ui.iMi-tut. .-vii.er cioseiy scanning
the side track for some distance ne dis
covered an individual carrying off r.
sack of flour. The brave defender of
the company's interest called a halt
and succeeded in capturing two sacks
of flour leaving the thief to be dealt
with according to Ik.
A Good Restlt. On the I2th of this
i month D H Kalev said a; public falc
210 head of stock, embracing en'tle.
hore nd hs. lb mj wi well
adrtbel, mid a con-equeitcti a
large erod wns pre::;, and uwi ev
erything foj I high. Hr- sM m n
average of ilI5: cmttr atVj4!(!$i; caivcts
10, ytir"mg.- $i0. The total ntttotir.t
of the r looted up souiethitq; Hk
;:335. Tui' is i:doe! oii. of th intK
pruiltable -ales that ha- l-eo heM in
the countv, and we congrn4?Ulo I)wTt
on lib riiccesj.
A.dditia.Vs to the jopolrtljo of Hd
Ootui are cnning quite thick. Kch
week The Chief ? callad upon to
chronicle the. 'advent of many Htih
cheruhs into the realms of the grjaui
country on .earth. It is no wonder
then Unit onr genial ountr clerk. J P
Rayha, loukel very happy Monday
mornipg .- h promenaded ;ne prici
Ial ithorjui.fareof Red Cd. for At
hii hou-e still another additnm uad
been made to the constnniiv titcreas
iog jKipulat:n. A very hrd .-mile
rippled 'over hi- face as he pn-el on:
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i-iu uung man nuo ims eaie ot tear-.
Uunl weight, and plenty of cigsra at
the clerk's ollice.
On last Saturday afternoon the Web
ster county Hgricuhural society met in
Judge Yeis-er's oflice for the transac
tion of important business. The com
mittee on fair ground fewe, reported
that contract had been let to tho Ne
brask Lumber CVunpany, th( fence to
be completed by Feptemherl, at an
actual ofei of $1177. 'Phe committee
were left to u.-.e their judgment as to
how fence hou!d be built. It tva or
dered the committee on track ha con
tinued as a committee to keep track
in o:der. to be paid, by the society. J
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on committee to lay out ground-; Dr
Fherer appointed to iiil the vacan
cy. The society then adjuurneil to
meet Saturday, August 22. The fair
ground-, will be gotten in order a fast
as po-sible, so as to be in readiness for
Ror A Co.- The gentlemen compo
ing the linn of fto.s & Co , the well
known contractors of Red, Cloud, de
serve much praiso fr the efficient
on tho new brick- iust
erected in this city. Thev ate mon of
many ears experience m the art of
brick In;. i ng, have no superiors, and
always give, sati-faeiiou. This film
have handled sauce Jui.e 1 over 8no
purchase stone, and something l.ke
6'W.U) brick, superintending" the con
eir'ietion of th i v.wt amount ol lah.r
personally. Tiik Chief feels pride at
having such workmen; in the city: men
who, wheu thy contract to do Work,
see thnt it is done exactly according to
plans .md peci Mention and guarantee
their work to give -it:-r.i-!ion, at the
same timo do it tor r. low figures a
any firm we-t of Omaha. The Chief
wilu- Ross it Co ueco--s and prosper
ity, and willjgi.arantet! where.ihey do
woik, that it will be tiaiiefariory to all
Martha V., wife of "Ihomis Paul,
departed (his life at her homo in
Cowle, Woln-tr euntv, Nebraska,
.iitgiist IJ, after a painful i!hus of
nearly four mouths. She was bom in
Mount Vernon, Kilo counlv. O.uo
and was in her -7tli year al tt.e time
of her d'-ath. 1'lie funeral rer ices-
were c-mducted by Rev W I) P.igs, of
the Congregational cnurch, and Rev
Geo Hummeli of the M E Church.
Rev Page dehverel a very impressive
and appropriate discourse from It 0r
13. PJ alter which the remain- were
followed to the Cowle. cemetery by t.e j
t-ereaveu i.wnny aim n large cuimi'ieo (
d svinnathizirg fru-nd- and congnd
to toe tomb to.await the n-urreeiion
morn, while her sp.rit is with Hun who
gave. The Tea an exemplary Christian
m l.er hfr, pstient in her afflictions.
and net corned Ieatii wit'i a Chri-tian '
faith am! hoj. Althouzh he iiTer
ed much during her protracted illne,-.
her last mmcnts were free from pain.
and -he wns permuted to pn calmly
ovfcr to the other -bore of what she
termed "only a lut'.e brook." She
leaves a hu-banl and ihree children to
mourn hfr W-, not with the bitterne"
ot dejair. but with a tranquil sorrow,
full f the hope ol a reunion beyond
It was a Rloouiii.gton thatn game of
base ball was to be played la-t Satnr-
nay lor ?-imi, net ween tne I'ioonung
ton tesun and the Kivertoii nine. IKth
clubs were bent on winning the pris-e,
and each very quietly telegraphed to
this city and Hasting for expert players
without the other's knowledge. Just
In-fore the appointed hour for the game
to be called, could be seen two of Red
Cloud's profesv-ioiinl placers leaving
the vicinity of the Rlooniington depot.
dre&sod after the fashion of harvest
baud- to conceal their identy from the
P.loomington team, who were no; U
know Inn what they were member of
the Hiverton iea:n. but imagine the:r
surprise unon reaching ihe grounds to
find that the cempifiing ctub bad Uiree
of the Hasting-" Keds on the ground-.
The game commenced, and a short
time afterwards ended '22 to 1 in fuvor
of ihe Bioommgion club. Our Ri
Cloud boys drew their $10 ech and
took the train for home, declaring that
it was too mach to expect them to h
up the Hosting team. Neither rhib
craw nshea from the fact that loth h6
resorted to a Kttle trategy :o outdo
ttie other. aikI the Rlooniinon dui
sceme! to n.-tve outwit tod their breth
ren of Rivcr-on.
buv vonr machine oils rill yon go to
Cutting's. Trices greatly reduced.
Drown ctono frnit, a- much as to say, : ringing of loo belt was not heard by j Uev hat in vWtimr.
"ivho rare f.ir expenresi. !onK as any t.f the members until fate in the ' V K 'Pho:,t hna b.orh: a fit.-m in
lates th- clerk n the timely arrinl of ped. It nu .-imply n buyi?h inrik , mid-t.
Wn urnler-tand th.-; aia bu?incs
Bieeiing of the Rapti't church WeI
aednv evening Rv Gf 11 Rrown ri
eiinutiy rqne-tt w contmo ui
S & k
ki.trt.. TjiHi anion takn lu
a-nrf t. Rrv frnhnaan tktt his svr
, , , , .
victe w,?r apprn.i:4Nl, nd nedl in
lit Clotul. nj h was cwi:dermg
vH firn ntinr tlbl. A ;nng fti-
iiobtt frfiM r? tkrvM4iff.ff i!i-. I.
in-, ami MXtW?kw mtn prrewI
to the church in the form of a mpri
that Hex I5rwn b retamti u tht
irirld. Tiis Chikt eottcRUii:ni Uc
Baptisi p,st,-r ftr hi pp'iaritr. gt
tiettmntr demeanor, ehriitian coi Inct
and ability in ihu pulpL Al b
ertitpb!t! wtft a p!nnt energetic
lliri-uan lady, who ha w.wt a boat
offiietd in Ri Cnd l; inr.
Wehoptf Rev Hruwn will remain with
The CVmgreg'Uiowal church follt
w Uli to announce that doah aie utorc 1
sorry than tnu membership over the
ringing of the bell on laat Thtif-tlMy
evening to the aaaovanc t the pe.
p!e. Inn during Uie merriment of thoee
who haI gatheroil fir a gol lime, thu
and n- one could be bbuned fr it.
Aside fumi tin annoyance occasioned.
the ringing of Uie tell did not dlslurh j
oniy a f. w who were im&tmihar tth
the evening oven; or wer strangers
in the city. He do not uphold ringing
of lK miles. nec-an , but '"mi-tak. -will
happen in the of 'iaitiilie-."
and Thursday night ' h urenctj was
one at those mitaLw. and perfectly
excusiibb on the part of the church.
W W V-lT-r .if iiiiint vii. rui..'. I
. o tf'i i i .T .
maeti-r . f Ke, I hmd. and a gentleman
who has been identified, with the inter
ets, il Webnter tMKinty ahul Mtice
the foundation oi the city oi Rl
Cloud, hit? decided to lecomd a candt-
daie ttfiore the Republican conveniion
for UJ(J offi:? of ctH.mv treaeun-r
j Mr McNitt Uii. every way well rpiah
iieI to till the oiuce. lite triemt;' o
Mr D F Trunkev, at Amltoy, aro ur
mg that geiitieman to come out a a !
candidate for c.Mnuitioner, while 1 P
R.iyha will probably be a cam
for Register of Deed. Mr Ha ha is a
tried an-1 true officer and a gentleman
who thoroughly understand the bii-i-lie?-,
and having served the jieoplo
faithfully for the last -ix year- as coun
tv clerk, aod working night himI day
man-v ll,M to " w,r ItU
he ha acquirid a knowledge o! the
olncjnl biUkitieK that 'its bint for any
ollico in tbo gift ol the county The
CilIFF would be pleaded to him
nominated. The onVe of sheriif wil
not gti lci5ing for occupant. So tnr
we hear of fiair or tire men who art)
ut'lintr inl.. d,ft'! in t-hnt noition
vi G.mi IU1I Mr Cioxlon. l!iimh-i
rev Siiuiii. et al. and the friend- of
- . w. 4-,, ...... --.- - -- .. - w - ......
HeiiM Scot: are unring him to come
unt again. Judge l eit-r will probub
ly ix come a candidate for re riectiou
u the County Judgeship. We have
not heard who were candidates for tlm
balance of the county oJHce.
J O Cliamborlin has returned from
his Southern trip, and stalled we-t on
Monday. The cheese trade it .fcuot, ho
Ilaxinghas coinmenco! in ar't
now. Several larie rick- of tho dnud
stulfcan le seen from the aindow.
The young man wh rmine t-ait from
Chicago to R K Orchard proved to be
a fraud. After -taxing there fr a uuoi
he Appropriated everal thing- to his
own n.-e Kiid made tra ks for a d.isUiir.
",' u'-.V"Jf. ':::. v... i
I .-I !
ii i t iiiiiii a - it iiiivr .'tti iivici- t
, .. "' . - " ,
a hort time -ince
The britlve is nearly ftmhd. A
Arnison la Mie man to niiii a job like
Mr Gd-pced. from Win ft eld Iowa,
wn a gul of A C Halo -aieral day-
j,lAVale i the plae to buy cheap
man cLiim to have
save! i'tO by couung here. Good lum
ber only clfi per M.
Wm Lewis made a trip ca-t la.t
week, returning tbi1.
A.- th-re is a heavy donrth of ii-w
jn-t now you may look for nutrtiug
mro utitil something turns up.
G i v.
Sam Foo ha sold hi intee'
hardware -tore u C W Fulb-r.
Dr WTJohn-on. .f llhnm-
bioktng around in SuHern NebracSi
for a bicatiori, ..w decided to locate in
Cttwles. We extent! to bun a heart,
welcome and bespeak for him a liberal
All Linebarger sport- a new t-ign
over his office.
C Railey'- team took a little run in
Cowtes oji Tuesday evoning with a
load of househokl gooI-. but were -topped
without th4r doing ny -eriou?
Peak it Ialta are buiMing a nm
stor room, which Uiay will fill up with
hardware -to-.i awl unware.
Ed Gilford is in receipt of new good
L i-' H-nnett i engagetl to Seach the
Cowle -chool next yjr.
Toxmy Ha ar.
"HA1THET XAIL5 THE LIE.
My attentifsn has iwn called to an
article in the Helmet of Atgnt 5th.
charging your Cowles corre-poudetu
witb "uunierctfuliy !ing" about the
lumber dder at Cowle. Trie oolr
rctntation tnis need a reference to
the Lack camber-of Tnr. Cmtc I: ;s t
not true that litis crre-fMMJent : t
conunual'.y landing the Pnupif's Lu
tr (t Jil 'hitl :. "ji iKn tiTtr t-r- !
chwion of the leading lumber tnt-ra.4
theru those of A H Ltneb rjer. II
r Linehwrger hafc a lumber vird in
Ciwlrs he had better reach the. tuxjoJe.
tnr.-urb the Mivertiaing cwh:m- of
ibe twners lhan to pk nourietr bv
a:u-mg a crr-pond--nt or mi-repre-
seotiog a rival in bu-tnt.s, I would
remind all concerned that I do not!
wnti in the intecftt of an inr, firm
or cttrp.-vatiott bat in the tn'.nruat 4 1
Cowies and vicinm. and onnoot Hord i
to "nnmcreifirtry he over a -tgoMiure
tlttU t5 a cn0nynt 6rr trutiifulnV'.
L:t:-u: I a-pi cr'
.Marrred. bv the II bright nifniter.
i Mr Will Schroll to Mr Row Wufner,
. , . -
, xt the HurnmeU trh?i Itotuc in e-
' Ucaj.;.. K.'f wlncti ther rpturnnl tt
! Mr John King,, wh-re th HrUUini:
uppr bah aircAJv ecu arcrtarp, t,y
Kllr- a1ho1 lwf., f4l ,jowtl
rtl tH table, heh m kadd with
X'Km! thng. After ufp-r he yin
h c ral a wane, c. .ler toralh
.wl K. ,.,.wi
Wc nish the happy
t Some itrwr havo thyc?h.nl tfceif
i iwi. hirh ev turning uui from 0 w
i w ? ?'?''
rn i f3"mz ou.
Urn H'tw mother hi been an
thr irk list iT 'om limo i,
Go Mocnifurd trd his fw mtnr
the utorr hy He thinks it is a ibfiv ,
j bat it i-. a Utickere.
Stacking gram the on! or of th
llie binUr havo moved from tfce
grain :iell to Ue barn.
j The threshing incfmB? arc altcaij
j hottinune itv tirm? out nott, TW
! bet, th acr n mc part. of
! ,; Um;y aa fjmi!y ,Hvm
j ,l 1ftt fr,,m lVotKlranut, wacrv
I W Howe b ptttting down i well.
I 1! 1' tioW s f- ll etM,
, io g diwn IIX It i lotv yxittk
It tl.irt.t.. n.l M 11 . .. U
, ,j M ,UMV Un..bintf mhm.! u .. .
ftB 1WIII I 1 It IBIJI ABft f
i -- n ------ ...T, , .v. wm
dai-y o y tho Ihi
W 11 Uohu ha? put in nddtttoi to
his hoii;u. !tiRt.i. Rr.wt
WSST IN AVALS.
line woniher for hay making, amb
llio i4rmer are imptoxmg the tinnt
the lest wMv
! Jnirt Weller hK iHirehol a form
I r ,Tu lc , n ttllUt j., Kne,.
ami im,. tMrtfii imwn tnuru making Ir
Mi- Cirn Rie ia very ick with
T photd fever
Mother Worloy cxn Ujaat of hc t
nel rt.-H.-r jrrtrdfO.in thn v.iUny. It i
a gr iini garden for a lady of lAtJ
year- l. tUm! to.
Con t- tine in this nrt of the coun
ty It mil e.cued the crop of Kiel
W utderiMttd thai A T Aven in-
"-d-! -nl bi property hem and
iei.nnsj.ee to-intiire- noma, wo
i !! i- n-i gooti a ueigniMsr,
(Hit L.i? i- low to onu l gain to unath
r w Im';m. IJ. No.
A shower of ram would be appreci
ated The Ihu ha been raging through
llu country for the pat tew i-i't",
Mrs V H Harrr.i ck
Anilv Webber, of Stillwater precinct
lo-t a child Ja-t week from tliM.
R.brt Adiim-soti and Mr Wihhir. nf
Willow 'r-ek, are quite nick.
J C RarciH is very Mck.
Wm (Juy ha linen -irk.
We believe inwl of the xivknc1 i
n ! I by brat ai.d overwork.
F M Shillar in a letter to one of hi-
j friend-, rejrt thiti-, flonrnhiaj
Guide Rock U to have a brick bnuk
ami a large elevator in the miir future.
Whibj bog-, gn down, Marshnltow n
wire goes wtt.
El Hagan am! family have gone to
Iowa on a short viil. He will bring
in- inrcnli nark with htm.
Mr Rod and family aro to return
thi- ucukfrom their vii: in lown.
Sam Giger i, 'ek.
A on ot I N Smith, and a daughter
of II Jiickon rmve beit ick.
'Hie proipact for corn never was bet
ter. M C Jack-on and oni liavo 00 aor'
of tine ht-l corn.
II II Hrubuker i the ! grain
n.ere will he a Im.k.-t picnic at tho
it. i ...itit i .l
th(w Creek i-chool hoitie. under the
an-pie-4 of thr -oeiety u( Friend U
conuio'iice Saturday, August 'Jfi, am!
cont.ntie over Sundav
Wilder Rro havy itnt'hod their fall
C II Jack-on ba purchad a ,TJU
acre tract of land from T OriiMby,
and intend to 'lay here
W would lik; ftr ''lynogooteV t?
walk up and down Wilbur cr-ek. and
- that there Arc n here -ho oa,i
form They rtiifl from Indian, -hnoi-
anl Iowa, tnd prhei fow
from Ohio, but the "Unrtcoye"' are not
at tne "top of the neap" bv any mt
We supp"e Loogriee can got W
regard by odltng on V. pounder, ftVy
donrs ntrth-eat rf tn)y.
If Uie watte baket is foil. rlirn thi
Ju- . Fforne iartoil kw! Mtfndny for
Jn j--villa. "fwoi.
Mr- Darle has gone curt to vilt h;r
Prof McFaun aI Umilv of llta
hill were in town e;.j-dty.
Roht Sharp aod M F U iUing ontjli
hae a new wirwi mill.
There w a large crowd at Sltnilaj
ebc4 la.. Sunday.
It is id Uwit Rov Hrown IB mve
from her w Kirncy county Init the
air i tilled with n nor.
Miner Di.- i- oit with a fJtrefiwnc
machine. He now hitt hiuavkl U
the pTfnftt of uhl friOtML.
J W Andre? of Cithtfrioa s in
our si!!ag ltweek.
Tnat buggy wa tnanti. Mt Hi
d y Geor g i I anr an gif.-'l'jftj
Vhy Joh-jie yi didn't g Hit h
Sunday perce!el ; oo.
MrSmpon ha. returned from her
visit to KanA.
Prof A L Fuok of !i.I pood nx in
Wcinvh-.-t.vw! that Marttcui and
Fulton want tosil out thr hard wars
Atoro at thiIpa
L l "vo?f ha tradoci " pzmjxzny
to Roht lVrry r s. u:m ttr suad
creek in AtUm. coaoty1.
K HArrtsoti ? ftne oi t fit ho:?
One more good rx i a ; 1 f
xill b s mtn thi-.:
Some of our athe
peT-l-crn-nii on- rgM h
ioo un it y
l.car' if it, j-mif
ed w::h t-pf- rn.ntj
Mr Jaivb M I kx Jk
viti'g at OG
W II.Hu "Tow
Ux t lt..
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