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The Red Ovoud Chief,
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To tho Fariora.
Farm loan :.ogoti:itt through
1 Overman win In p.iisu the il
any year wi'.hout a bous. Rates
low as the lowest. Mou'v fnrnialjw
promptly. Ollieo over citWlrug stoa.-d
O Per Cent FarmYiOan.
J he vlimk:i Farm I,;mj CtfK'il
make you a loan on vv
traiut J per cent and
money without anv !
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neni sn im- nei rioiul Nation
l:W t :il! .
Bi:auih ui, weather thi.-.
j. m . jjoi.outci:. ol the u. A: .M.vas
in tho city Monday. j
1'Yovn Jti:vxoi.i3 U working for
Sberor fc Co. as tinner.
M. W. II. Way and Mra. A. or-
hart are in Omaha yisiliiur.
Farm for rent and cow-? lor f-a.li Hce
C. W. Uaikcr, Jlod Cloud. if,
Dll. SlIIMcnit sp.fMiis In hn ricit at
home in the hardware business
W. I). Foui:iTi:u has returned
fiom his eastern trip to the Kef-tone
John Snfm:v has leturncd from
York where he lias hecu on a lp fnr
a lew days. I
C. 0. Smith, secretary of the Icbrus
ka Lunilicr company, was a nea?ant
caller ihks week. J
C. V. ICai.i.v and wife willreturn
to lied Cloud from their visitito the
eastern states, nxt wXci:.- I
Uov. (li:o. IJ. Lane, stipfriitendent
ol the state census, was a pleas-ant
caller at our sanetunf this wec. ' y
Hov.'i:i) C.vnici: will take yposition
in the lied Cloud National iBank as
hook-kecper, the (irst of the jcel:.
Mil-. S. V. .Si'OKiFiKi.o f.ll move
her millinery -tore into tin huildini;
lately occupied by Gilliam Si Ilickaids
as a law ollice. ' I
V. J). Foiu:r.sTi:it will nlove his
furuiiiire stoic into the tom now
occupied 1)3 Mrs. Spokticld as a
M. I'im;i: Ai.niiuiiif has been
suffering severely from rheumatism
for a lew days past, but wo arc j;lad to
learn is recovering. '
J. V. IIium.y of Crete, futher of Mr
Mel. Hii iiuv w;ia visiti nilis- son and
family Wednesday. Ha paid these
headquarters a p'eaftuut call.
Ox the niirht that .TifM. Po'ter wa?
burned out of house auJ home by the
depot lire, Mrs. l'otteri; Histcr's resi
denr.e in Illinois ivas aHo partially
consumed by fue. Quite a coincidence.
Si:vi:i:ai- ol the very prominent lad
ies :f the state aie in aUwd.mco upon
" 7T,? fsstoTi of the Woman's Ilelief
Corps of this state. They are a noble
lot of women and have unlisted in a
reat and ejoiiuus eauie.
A N:w sidewalk is behii; lail from
J. X. Ilickards residence on the corner
of Webster stiect and 7th Avenue to
M. S. Marsh's residence on the Avenue
It will be continued up to Sleepers'
caniaje wiTrk"sooT, A much needed
IIowaki) Cwnni: and wife have re
turned to Kcd Cloud where the will
ie-nle in the lutuie Tun Uhiek wishes
this newly married couple many yui
of prosperity and happiness and gr.i-ciou-ly
welcomes thuin into the social
cucles of our cit'.
Tin: livestock commission of .Ne
braska. Messrs Uarnhard. Johnson ami
Dirney were in the city this week
interviewing the diilerent cases of glan
.i..i.l li.n-.ses in the con tv. 1 hey are
very pleasant gentleman and paid Tut:
Cnifll a friendlv call.
Gr.N. Thayeu, of Grand Island, a
piosrtQCtive candida'.e for U S Senator
on the liepubhcan ticket to succeed;
Van Wyck, was in attendance at the
enc.impment this week, and many
more noted men of our state whom we
mention in another column.
So.MKoftho young fellows who at
tempted to have a little fun with our
t . u i
liootieal lncmi, lAitz, on last rima
came up minus of a dollar each and
costs Mr. lAitz doesn't believe in
having the peace and dignity of the
borough disturbed by a bold charivari
party. It's lota ol fun when you feci
W. I. Watson has rented Mother's
restaurant and will hereafter bo found
athat place, furnishing square meals
to hungry mankind. Mr. Watson 5 a
vcrv pleasing gentleman and we have
not" tho slightest doubt but he will
make a6iieeess of the venture, as he
has the push and energy to make and
keen a first class restaurant.
AT ttie railroad meeting at Jurge
WHleox's otiice on Wednesday, J. 0.
Gilliam. J. L. Miner, E. B. Smith. Jno.
Moore, and A. H. Kaley were appoint
ed n committee to co-operate with the
Kearney committee to secure if possi
ble an cxiention ot the Missouri Pa
cific Kaihvav from Burr Oak to Kear
ney, K. V. Shircy. Ira Sleeper and A.
L. Funk were appointed a committee
?.irvi,pnlIsnsi.L a first-class tales
man from Jolict. Illinois, is coming to
- Bed Cloud to -accept a position with
Miir 'ricnu. J- J. Duckor & Co.) 3 Jr.
Hcdell has-been almost raised m the
h're Urvoods house of the Pucker's
"' -it Jolict", ind owing to his experience
in that business ha been deservedly
promoted from time to time until he
LM'mn manaeer of the carpet "cparl-
ni Kv Tnbn Ducker some
xs since. r. xj.uvi.i
If you have anything for .-ale ?ee Joe
W.m. Fi.oiM'.s will move into the :ity
in the spring.
J. i'J. Au.kn's. little boy, Ualph, ha
I been quite sick this week
DavwLutz was married last Thurs
day afternoon to Mrs. Fearn.
Li:V Ciri drew the watch which
JJick Gray rallied oil the other day.
Kimtok l'EfooN. of the Falls City
Journal, was in fled Cloud Monday.
For second-hand furniture 0 to Jod
W. Warren's, McMillan's old stand.
The roads beyvcen Bed Cloud and
Amboy have been quite bad for a few
Bkv. Gko. II. Bkown, late pastor of
the Baptist church in this city, is here
viiting his family.
Wi: would almost give $.0000 our
selves to have a good bridge across the
raging Bepublican just now.
J. W. ChmiiB!ls has started a new
dwelling house on north cdar street,
in the vicinity of rfacred Knob.
All kind's ol second hand furniture,
machinery, '-toves, clothing, etc., pur-cha-edbyJ.
H Warren, .McMillan's
Fi:i:h.ijt Agent Jlulaniski vi-!ies
shippeis to deliver freight for shipment
before b ). in. in order to insure ahip
ment tho same day.
Tin: Bed Cloud leform club will
meet at the Congiegational church
next. Monday evening. All are cor
dially invited to attend.
Forty-six of our uitt.ens went to
Hastings last Friday night, on a spec
ial to sec Maggie Mitchell in her fav
orite lole, "Little B.uefo'tt."
J'i:u?:y Howard and Joe Meiker
who loomed in the freight depot lo-t
every stitch of clothing and valuables
that they had m the lire of rescent
dale. It is a big hiss to the boys.
Fknk IIvtch who for some months
past ha.- been connected aa clerk m
Duckcr's lrp good-i house, has icsign
ed bis position with that firm and
accepted a clerkship with Athow fc
Young of this city.
Wi: would resnectfullv call the
attention of our readers to tho new
advertisements of Jos. W. Warren, C.
J. I'arsons. and B. F. Mizer, which
appear in another column of today's
paper. It will pay you to read them.
Ih. m: a little bieee was cieated at
the depot the other night between Mr.
Taylor, a night switchman am! C. .
La Bash, night operator, which ended
by laylor dealing LaBash a severe
blow over the head with a lantern. We
weie unablu to learn 'the paitictilars of
Tin: liver is now on the boom, ami
the inhabit mis on the houth side of
the river can sing very apjwopiiaicly,
that god oltl song, "On JonlonV
stormy banks I stand, and cast a w!st
lul eye, etc." and think of the slim
chance-i of getting enough food to
sati-fy the inner man until the bridge
We understand an elbrt is on foot
to establish a street railway from the
depot to VA. Smith's residence in the
noitb end of tho city. Such a scheme
would recieve proper encouragement
we believe. It is certainly something
that is needed here where the depot
ii so lar away from business. Let us
have it by ail means,.
Tin: den of iniquity known as the
"V. G." bujiio have built a sidewalk
to their imilioral abode. It is certainly
high time for whoever has ttie author
ity t J squelch these houses af vice and
demoralization. They should be ar
rested for cairying on their nefarious
l trullic. Uncertainly a disgrace to
allow t. em to continue.
John P. Bayua and family who for a
number of years resided in Bed Cloud,
left .Monday nmht for their new home
in Gihoy, California. Tut: Chief fol
lows .Mr. Bayha, and through the dim
future will keep him posted on cm rent
e'-cnu hereabouts. We liopo our
fuends will bo well pleased in their
.new home, lhev will -inane unroj
I ..,, -iM.ens. Success to them is our
Ock genial triend John 1). Fulton,
die live and wide awake, real estate
sgent of Biverton invaded our sanc
tim Saturday making us a pleasant
cill. Mr.Fulton is secratary of the Lost
Lmsiana Mining Company an organi-
z.Uion only uicorpoiHn.ti k""- ..
las of Xcbniska., and e uiidentaiul
iht orcanization lnxs "struck a rich
leal." Nothing would do its more good
thaito sec our friend became a mil
liojaire.Wc hope he will.
Vi: understand that an eastern cen
mal a practical merchant is desirous
ot csining to Bed Cloud to start ina
chim shops if he can receive the prop
er support. Now, if this gentleman
means business the people of Bed
Cloud, should nsi lum ,or
i iiere is one thing above
anothyr that would pay here, it would
be a ttachine shot) and plow factory.
The dni:r hopes that proper efforts
will bo made to secure this enterptise.
We ear" not have too many ot these
AtEtTiNO of the business men's
association has been called for Satur
tlavat HieritT Scott's office for the
purpnsenf settling up the affairs of the
associat'Ap, preparatory to organizing
a board i trade. This is another
move in tie right direction. With a
a good boW of trade made up of our
busiuess Aen the affairs ot Red Cloud
would bo promptly attended to in
such a maimer as would further the
interests oionr city far better than in
G. A. B.
S. -E ftV-9.T,"'J(JJ r . jf . i .
-"iiK-csaai - -a-
t-It9 be hoped that
1 n wif be present and
d WWIUlltV w.-w w-
tiEj-make UitnfkMiri f trd.
Candy and pickets at Hacker's.
Kev. Geo. S. Davu is on the ick
0! Mud! has been the cry for a few
G. W. LiNUsKY ha-s excavated a cel
lar under his meat market.
Don't forget that Saturday is pay
day i:i the Bed Cloud Building Asso
ciation. J. X. BickaJ'.ds has 80 acres of land
which he wishes to trade for town
Tut: family of Deputy County Clerk
Fot t have been on the sick list for a lew
Don't forget the K. 1. banquet to -
night at their ca-tle hall, oyer Dick
A iosT beautfful rainbow made its
appearance in the heavens on Satur
The weary traveller ttill goes west by
pnuiie schooner line. Two or three
went through town la-t Sunday.
Buo juices make fo ils of the best of
'em so -ayeth-some of our friends who
went to Hastings the other night.
C. W. Lv Bash is working iiichts at
the depot. Simmons is off nursing
his hand which he mashed a few das
A HANisOMKboquet from Mrs. J. D.
Leach was laid upon our sanctum
table this week, for .vhich we leturn
County Ci.kiik Bailey's family have
all been on the sick list for the past
week but we are glad to know that
they are recovering slowly.
Skwakd Gaiciucr, who has been do
ing the southern country, hasieiiirned
home after a tew weeks pleasant recre
ation in southern sunny climes.
Stindav was Valentine day, and the
mall boy got even with his enemy by
sending him a snide valentine. Quite
a largo number passed through the
TiiRl'latUfc Frees Co will open a
haidware and farm machinery store at
Cowles, Neb, about March 1, in con
nection with their lumber yard at that
Tnr. Fourth Avenue Hotel is neaily
ready for occupancy. Mr. Crawrord
will make an excellent caterer and the
hoii-o will be a pleasant home for the
Tin:i:i: seems tt) be but little doubt
now that the Bock island railway is
coming. The reports are now current
that the surveyors are in tho state
heading this way.
Mr. Au.oway, of Otto informs us
this week that the Indian creek cor
respondent of Tin: Chief was mistak
en about his lun-scs having glanders
They have never had and and are well
to- day. We freely make the cor
rection. On Sunday Mr. J. J I. Bci.isberg le
seived a telegram from Mechanicsburg
Illinois, announcing the sudden death
by heart disease of his brother-in-law
John Cird. Mr Bennbcri: expects to
go east soon tosettleup the business
a Hairs of the deceased.
HniToRs llassler and Hilderbrand of
the Pawnee JRrpublicm and i'fw, were
pleasant callers this week. Al J. John
A. McMurphy of the Schuyler .Van.
A. II. Brown ot the Giizcllc-. Journal
were pleasant callers. They all
admired our tmee story print shop.
What is being done about our coun
ty fair? It is time the premium list
was prepared and put in the hands of
the printer. The premium list should
be published at as early a date as pos
sible, so as to give tho people plenty
ol time to get icady for the exhibition.
Bed Cloud needs side walks very
much indeed, and we feel it now more
thanany other season of the yenr. It
seems almost impossible to lUMiigate
the mud between the rink and the
school house. Good walks should be
laid around the school h.u-o property
in the second ward, and other walks
should be laid tin and down Cedar
street a id in fact all the streets just as
soon as possible.
The city council passed two mighty
important ordinances ot their last
meeting, viz: One prohibiting the
billiard hull managers allowing boys
under eigthcen years to frequent the
places. The oihr relates to the care
less habit of driving horses, wagons etc
over the side walks smashing them up
with no regard o whom they belong
A heavy fine is attached to each of
fence. We hope this will stop both ot
( W. B. Cusmngh'.m, of the tvearney
Journol. Attorney Hartman and Gen
eral Connors, of Kearney, were in Bed
Cloud looking after railroad interests
Kearney, Minden and Bed Cloud want
the Missouri Pacific to extend their
lines through those towns and are
makiug arrangements to induce the
comoanv to extend its Kansas line
thereto. The line ii already surveyed 1
to Bed Cloud hnd with a proper effort
the company can no doubt be induced
to build the desired roadJEyery effort
should be put forth that can be to se
cure the M. P's. line.
In this issue will be found the call
for the election for the township bonds
for the Chicago, Nebraska. Kansas and
Southwestern Railroad- Tin is one of
the most important events "that can
possibly happen to Bed Cloud. Iuc,
and Walnut creek township. It wfl!
be a good while before another road
surveys to Red Cloud from that direc
tion and as it will increase the value
of landioohalfwe believe tiw people
should assist it and work lor it w:ti a
will that will insure the. road to be
rtpiilt. The bonds should be voted by
all means, aa this road will be Uic
thanking lh- itx. t.s f :
et Vllil. " -r-
ClnnA for ihr h"!itht; Vt
Ninth Annual Mooting of tho Stato i and !"? nhti ""'-
01 H-NHler "I- 1" "' ramp, p ""w ni
on the battle field.
The Annual Kncawi!H-nt of the
Crand Array of the Republic conven
ed in thi city on Wednesday morn
ing, Delegates began to arrive Tues
day and were escorted to their quar
ters by the committees of flarfield
Post. The evening trains were all
heavily laden. The Suite Grand
Aniiv Cornet Band, of Kxeter, arrived j
Tuesday evening and gave a balcony
concert in front of the Gardner House.
This is one of the finest bauds in the
state, and their excellent music added
much to the enjoyment of tin' occa
sion. As the G. A. B. is a secret organi
zation, and their proceedings for the
most part conducted in secret con
clave, it is a somewhat difficult matter
to prepare a full report for the benefit
of the profane outside world. Wednei.
1 i .:..: -.. ...I'-
day was occupied in rccciwi u-un.i
of the various committees of the r
der, speeches, and the adoption of
lon''-winded resolutions, which have
not been made publie as yet, lhe
meetings of the encampment were
held in the new Opora, House, which
was handsomely decorated and fes
tooned with National emblem'-. De
partment headquarters were at the
Holland House, where the council of
administration held its deliberations.
i'he Woman's Belief Corps occupied
CHtJ '-Mm 2
blowing tribute to ike vllostrson
hcroe3 who have reeea Uy goo is -obedience
to the call of thu prv
i "r ad Commander of the LiTr. !
At ten o'clock the encnmpswe; ail- j
iourned. and boys were soor o tJwir
One f the old wm nor" had a re! j
live I adger, whose auttcs created c- j
The proceedings of the Womum
Relief Corp-exhibited mre eMbnst-a-m
and im than any noKtte)
convention eyer held by the :4rnrr
Over GOjO soldiers were .rptettii j
at the en ampmeiii I
Carficld Post had their hawk ftilt. i
but "everv man was n brick" ml ill '
dil their duty nobly.
"Brad" took the band w ith his iiuU
, "riflF AIllffD A(fl!a fa"IPAflf"
m Bed Oloud. Nebraska.
i II. iap,:nb.'7W!ev
Masonic Hall and it is said to have lo OVcr Sti.tK-HJ every businers dy in
been one ol me liveliest uiuunu--.-' u
rd Tic hotels were unable to
Tho Mutiml Life of Nox York. ' fiW
The statement of the Mutual Iafe W& - lijr'U -rr-rs -rrr
IiiMiraucc Company of New York for Oil th O 1 Stl Ol lAaTCH W9 Vlf
the last year, printed in another cl- i
timn. like all the reports that hx
procoeJd it, show the conitntud mid
always increasini; pro-penty aud
growth of tlii corporation It is wow i
im it has been for many yrar. the lar-
ct and str.nj;cat life insurance com- i
puny in tne worm, lis aseM naT
reached the stupendous -um of
$10',90S.907 51. ariKiunl of jMilicies in
force $3tS.9l,l!I. 3G; income orer
JO.O'Kl.OOO, and amounts paid to policy
holder- l.i-t vwu $ll.tG'2.Ut9 9) eoua!
nenninoda,i so larsre a number of guest
but our citizfcus came the rescue and
all who could not get accommodations
at the hotels were well entertained at
private hnuj.es. The money received
by our citizens for lodiring goes into
the treasury of the home relief asso
ciation for the benefit of the deserv
ing poor of the city, hence the gue.-l-fro.u
abroad, a-ide frem being well
cared for. alio have the satisfaction of
knowing that they have contributed
their mite towards a wirlh c use.
The weather has been fine throi. h
out, and the streets in much better
condition than could reasonably have
been cviceted after the unusually bad
weather which ha-, prevailed since
the beginning of the new year. It is
estimated that in the neighborhood
of seven or eijrht hundred people from
abroad have been the guests of the
eitv dtiriti!.' the week. The members
of Garfield Post and the ladies of the
Relief Corps deserve nn'at credit for
their indefatigable eil'orts in caring
for strangers, and the systematic man
ner in which the entire program was
carried out. Consid"-able friendly
strife existed in the encampment in
regard to the election of a department
commander ami the choice of a loca
tion for the next annual reunion.
Grand Island, Lincoln, and Norfolk
were the principal contestants for the
reunion. Lincoln offered highly
tempting inducements, but Grand
lsl..nd "saw them," '-went thm one
better," and "took the pot." hence
the next annual reunion will be held
a't the Tatter place. The mnt promi
nent candidates for department com-
maimer were virui.-i. m.v.. v
A rail road meeting wn held on
cdive the larest stock o a
Kinds of carpets ever
brought to Red Cloud.
Don't fail to get our
Mnudav afternoon in HheriU Scott's
office to look after the Bock Isiul
railroad interests. It seems to be fHy
understood that this cor;orntion hate
determined on coming west, and hare
signified their inlent'nm tf coming to
Ucd Cloud. On the strength of
these reports the mcetine, un.
calbd ami on motion B. V Siurev, P
F. Trunkev. J. I. Miner ami .1. I,
T ih lt-t Lmt - v t "li
tMu U catch or rat ihk't i ." t .!
tk wriM. "Pry n fwrnutty Uot r wilai
br tovlr nuUtMr '-C ttw l d UM mil
nmjAK U.nl 4 .JrtV
uUmt. as a tr bif U. it
Ss: rfi-'Mi uT-Z wr ' &" rr M i'",v"l CJ" 8rtJil ma
w'nat could be done towards brineinj;
the road to lied Cloud. 'llii- Indeed
was a -sensible move and shown that
our ciMens are alive to the fact th'
the time bus come when they should
t in the malt r of building up oui ',
.ty. With important railway faclh
ties we feel certain that th future t
growth of Bed Cloud js admired beyotwl
a doubt. Let th good work go on ami
the Itfd Clcud of today will be known
in the next few years as the leading
city of siiulh-wcatcrii Nebraska. Let
Welhuve placed our order lor embroideries
vjatt. tlie largest impox-ting house in the
iurdted States ana vvxien uiu tunw.
wo can give Vwii a spicmuiu asbui
ment to seiecx irom.
Tm: Ilrirt , this wek wilfullr ami
unneces-arily attacks our fellow towns
man A. .J. ICenney, all for the
simple reason that Mr Kenney moved
in the Boanl of .Supervisors, at their
hist M'saion that the Argus and C'iiikk
publish the .falls for the bonil nlerlion
Ife takes oecaa-ion to call Mr ICenney
a dead beat iiid makes many other
like aertioiH tint will be imrd fr
him to -ub-timiate we think We ha e
lived in Beil Cloud f.r a much longer
time than the editor of the Helmet and
liu-ii never heurd of Mr ICennev fai'iii '
to pav Iih debta or attempting to b-a l C
anyone, and we judge that u j
is" an upright and honoiuMe I M
limn in every respect, not c
with standing the abiue heapel upo'i
lum lv the lislnirt. nero lit- unwiUlOL'U
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Inland: J. I- Culver. .Miliord; ami v . .s far as I UK t'liiry i co?icernei w 3
11 I Ictirv. Fairmont. General Thayer have no objection to v Ww I pol. -
inncarcd to lead from .the start, and j filing the not.?- i ue in, -j ,
HI T.!,niulr elected maioritv. cm not ,ce tor the life of us lo.v
' """ --"- . i .. ,.MI1i,i Mossiii v irert air. Krnnev i
to ork foi h:s paper or hi- interei't-'
after all the unwonted abu-c that he
has heanrd upon him during tho pnb
lientioii'of the llrhnfl We ane iir-
t unly sorry that the Hfimrtt intercs"
in our growing city are only mwsuri I ;
bv personal tnoiive-!. He should r-
tainly be able to n-e above yrBonal '
j-pitein thi instance.
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JC j, Kf a v
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"'tho loading bou- fr Kri-;;Mf ami nw itnifij ihhmw ul
The "rim old warrior seems to tie as
grcuta tavorito to-day among '"the
boys in blue" in the role of a civilian
as he was some two score years or
more ago, in tiic darkest days of the
rebellion, wnen he htood as their
brave, intrepid, commander on the
sanguinary field at Donelson. Gen. G.
M.O'Bricu.of Omaha, was elected sen
ior vice-commander; Col. Morrill, -of
Seward, junior vice-commander.
Tim rreJCMt. medical director and
chapla'in were re-elected. Council of
adrainist-ation: C. A. Holmes. Te
cumsch; B. P. Cook. Lincoln; A. S.
Cole. Nebraska City; L. IX Richards,
Delegates to National Encampment,
?. B. Jones, Omaha; Col. B. Crabb.
Lincoln: K. B. Fulton, Bod Cloua; .J.
N. Edward; M. W. Stone, Wahoo; J.
Osborne, Blair; delegate at large, II.
A. Allen, Omaha. The next state
encampment will be held at Omaha,
and the National Encampment at San
Francisco. The newly elected officers
of the Woman's Relief Corps arc:
Mrs. L. N. Bohne, president. Grand
Island; Mrs. Fannie J. Ebright. senior
vice-president, Tecumseh; Mrs. Mollie
V. Cook. Lincoln, junior vice-president;
Mrs. Gertrude II. Connel. Grand
Island, treasurer; Mrs. Br. II. K.
Fainter. Lincoln, chaplain; Mrs." Cas
sel, Aurora, conductor: Mrs. Vina
Leavitt. Bed Cloud, guard; Mrs. Fan
nie J. Ebright. Tecumseh. delegate
at large. Delegates to National en
campment Mrs." E. I. Knight, Ina-
vale; Mrs. Dr. Painter, Lincoln; Mrs.
Harris. St, Paul. The following were
the official staff of 1SS5: A. V. Cole.
department commauaer. Juniata; J.
II. Culver, senior vice-department
commander, Miiford; J. B. Davis,
janior vice-department commander.
Wahoo: M. W. Stone, medical direc
tor. Wahoo; 0. Neill, chaplain. Paw
nee City. Council of Administration,
AV. S. Bloom. Superior; 1. Crabb.
York: M. II. Hinnian, Fremont; A.
U. Bowcn. Uasting; C. A. Holmes.
j Tecumseh. S. J. Shirley, Assistant
1 Adjutant General. Juniau; Harry S.
Hotchkiss. assistant quartennaster
general, Lincoln; J. C- Lewis, iispect
or general, Fremont j J. Q (loss,
judge advocate, Bellevne; J. AV.Liver
inghoase, chief Mustering officer,
Grand Island; s. Wiitaisn, sesior
A.D. C. Oxford. The oftcers of the
encampment and Belief Corps vere
publicly installed on ihursUay ven
ingiritaxBpressive cereaionies. 3Irs.
Bohae addressed tke aadieace briefly
bat Wqeatiy, followed fer Gea,
TImjvwIm ifkc tvitc ton Um
it J .
1 T;i,k S2 F25S1 Si. jftt?y
, TL-nr-,- -1 IOI (I IRUMtV ? IW TO 1
rmt oiszr .
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HJ "U ft UUV WllMtt
Mil liliilJiillL? IiUilllJljIl UU.
f t WILL MAKI-:
m - I mm i 1 1 im W.'mWPmm WC5u-W 'IC? BrWB HB
j MSVtSSII WZrrY1 i2y Vlh6aiMWBfcJ'llM"i I y
A I)r.b?t Bi:.i.iCK. A few week
Z':lZ mwx zs caa be bought from any dealaron
tewn in North Carolina. Tin who.
affair was shrouded in inytterr tA
not even the lightOt clue to the inur- J
derer could be obtained, although em- ,
incut detectives had been working ip
the case. During ihe mtertenii .:
f i .. r m - laolir rr4umnfxlftys ;pqr
-. a -wrn-rn - - - .
tilWtB'hMlr4 U-w w C'1' to Mjk in d of th-t C- K.
ym. ... a u. i..t Thil aM B W I' U Uka llluW HAWII n I CJ
M. n... f fh.4 .-itV drliH t . '" 10 - i 't ,vw. . . T. m-jr - . -2---
that he saw the ru'prit. at a crtm .
pla'-ein the north Carolina Town itrikr , i
ho low. that caiweti nvj uminrr
ti the viaimt h4: Th railway qomtovn i - v nlal
iwjvyjf . , ..s. jifc-.: L, .- llt-, at tht
nrnttl thtf Um ,u,c!WHra4TiiECiliic h'4 u
"'" " ------- . , ,mwi v ijiii.ii - -- --irag Mnuu nrnQ Bnnowj " -
leath. In the dream tie saw tne man ; -vT y afc mwm of Ut Il will rain.; tfco
:i.univ, .so piaiin; inii. ii mi- wu f
ni.umv. .so ni
r.n miTirnsSion on Ilia milHl inai f
could not rest conteuieu, ami nnmeui- i:riin -Iv
pernel the fact as ne s.iw them .:i , J CHact r
the dream to the detective. Strang-: ' Wter-ei
a the case may oni, Mr. Owen f. iy?r
1119 OO rie i f& m'M m h waiHj W a
t M wwira thki t) tn$) h CMHtrr M
......-... -. i. ,-, . . vmAMlm UMM
. in av mMmrm wrraM l . r r-mr-w "t""
return mail receive! wont trooi tie- OTwift jiiwjwi. " ,0iy. ad rtrovI. tl r?, w im doul t
detective that the dream w an ar- Tyrf,r c lum 5 Xr!.l,f vat,rf t
curate discnpuon o: the murder in , i , LTmlcr --- " JJ , ooantr t .-- ttt tba ay
every particular, as to time, local.... j I- aley fc :r!tJ4. 1 .rfw- . '., - . , ,r m'c
etc., and that the dkcriDUon f i -Umetf ay ..- sraita' - ' ! n
murderer was al-o an acoirat" ot f HFjlil r.. .. "i:f '
of a tough who hai so'iceniy leu wf r. jr r.urr
town the night of the murder. Afid wa jfcfO n
never suspected ol tbe enme, bu fn .niirHftnou&e -.
investigation, it Iwi-? since boo fu!' I latt ii ? t'u....,
proven that he s th man Wyoad a r Bni.n r
fS.ml.f iliit tli.txn trie hUwulv riol mrxl &l
fled from tbe -tate to e-csp-3 from U' Jotaj? -.-.m.- - ! t
authonties. Thi u simply a wooder- iJiu z uomt. 'viib f" tmmiit ,
fui ca.c. as Mr. Owen Iwd not been '.' f ire t: we er ' ,
North Carolina for ftftaen teut- a'vp U re' h alxX tW: id Ui
could not have ps,jd!y known or hi -fabu 5.r) Sr Ike ii l
any Idea of the murderer. It is id"d iiiklir: elcj and U ismuuA. ,aW.
wonderful and seem t. be another .i 3,nt thv atwooat ttftor'-i-i
cas.- wnere me ui?ernawr3i h Lf Jirt &IH8 9P rmo mj i
- . i? ?
ptWtntoth &Kt tL4it n r4
fCj Utal ttt AtttWUM J zvmmi
HCy, I mueh jcreater tmm'
pt5 wii pruMr e:ip
xl tnc and pros vo vu op,
ri-i-V-nt itirtitifli th inilrumMiUli'T
of a dream to leiry a cnminal wi
Trould have otherwise ccaped cosiTt '
lion. Mr t)wen h. jnst retnmd from
North Crifcna whTe he went a Jew
davs ago :n obedience to a summon j jj f-tb'MM d4 r.mo4I Jfcr;
from the detective trorlciiii. up th ! ..j
ce- He says the rni wilt no tknibt
be convirletl f the rnmn a the ti- 1
dence I now complete and coridttsive.
FsUvf. F. Wicker, the post-office:
news and novcltr man, has some ele- j
gant new cigars.
iju of Thans. Mf fd 4f.
er Potter tUittfe to rifUprJ bf
H r.o the-di2 rf &i Ptd
U( f jreneroa vip nwe
r fr-te laT? ftr
fflUf A I
Gates Watermax received a
car load of hores Iro Dhe cast on
i Mt horse Arrl-e-
C. A. Owen hx jnt arrived from
the east wtth the largest "and beat e- ,
lecid stock of waB p.pcr thai cec
mm taught to UwA Ctoud,
larcjapoly efod ti wr Kp
5 tor casji at j- . iM:wfrti-'-
hsn tpt ti.iv four wan nivmt. .n- -
Kokf t-fi til
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