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About The Red Cloud chief. (Red Cloud, Webster Co., Neb.) 1873-1923 | View Entire Issue (Sept. 14, 1888)
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A SICK DAY.
X.yisgtalas sad weary
Witt a thrsBclaf brata
Stan's a oloe to cheery,
b roots adjacent
Tfs ay precious wife;
uOTlsrt tender, patient,
Jewel ot my life.
Whistling as she stitches;
Singing as she sews;
Like a dream ot witches
How the music grows;
And the heart strings tingle
As it mores along
In the merry jingle
Of some chiUhood'a sons:
Now some deeper feeling.
Or some subtle whim.
Better Unds revealing
In an "old-t m: " hvmn;
And the sprightly measure
Finds a ra nor tone
To express her pleasure
Pure and all her own.
Then like wooJlund brcczc3
In the month of June
Conic a strain that pleases
And ti sweet, glad tunc
rrajrant with completeness
Uear.ns oa its ir nss.
To my oul, such sweetness,
As she bcw, and sings:
' In Thy Care a:id Kcfplnj."
And I pray that still
Walnnz; LorJ. orslicpins
Walk in clad tomiumoa
Till tlisa life is o o..
Have eternal us oa
In Tlice. CYcrm-ro.
A. A. Jlorr toiu ii -V. Y. Graphic.
LET TIIE:.I WHISTLE.
Dr. Talmago DiECri:rcos on Faxnil
iar and Eomoly Themes.
o'clock in the evening; punctually; never
theless parents should cot imagine that all
islct because their sons arc sometimes a
lit..e f.-iiky, and public oCiciala ought to
be lenient in their chastisement These
young men do not need a cell In the peni
tentiary, as I hare seen it hinted, but they
need a private talk by some kind old man.
J judge or professor, or college president,
who will put his spectacles up on his
forehead and take the young man by the
hand and tell him of the great possibilities
that are open before industry and sobriety.
and of the grief that hit ill behavior xr 11 J
onug 10 parental neans so anxious ior
his welfare, and then say: "That is
all, my son.'' But this throwing our-J
selves bad: en frigid dignity and in merci
less condemnation of tho present, as
though the past had ail tho virtue and all
the honor and all the propriety, is an as
sumption hypocritical and unjust iliablc.
Nov. I am resolved, and will you, kind
reader, join me ia tho resolution, to be in
pood humor with men and women, boys
and "ir!,. :.utl sweeten our judgments. If
people want to whistle let us join in the ex
ereise, and if boys will bo boys, let u. not
conclude they ai r goini: to ru.n.
We know people so genial that their face
is always full of sunsii no and there is no
night there. "When they hare trouble we can
I scarcely tell whether they are crying or
laughing. The v.-.ive of tears dashing
i against a bank of smile.". But there are
others who ni e explosive and runpowdery
under slight provocation. There is such n
thing (who would have thought it J) a3 a
snappy editor, n hen you enter his edi
torial rccLis he :..e. n t look up for a long
while. Yras:...iJ wi'iyour hat in hand,
thinking wV.t . 1 :r- y it would be to ho
rsked to sit is v.va. Y ie ymi nro meditat
ing the best way of atraclin his atten
tion he suddenly ! "cka ov r his shoulder
and spits out: "Tr..j:t ib t:"' There is a
flabh in the eye and a vr.v ::: in tho tcno
that you feel yrirc'f a .-.i'?in, though
previously rem h d ui p.- ' yo rself hon
est. Before y.ti M t lit on.;.: U'.Iing hra
what you want lie to at . '.! r editorial,
and he ii::a!ly v.'.z yo 7 1 v I'eli'.ng you
he can not attend 1 1": mow. You back
out with apo!" e.", f r lit r. . non. but in-
waraiyre-o.vn,r ;:... m-.y it never nsli
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S.-e th-it cur tr.ib mark. SANTA A 11
IE. i (): piv ry b'tf !e i is on every
bottle of tint pit asAtit California rem"
i"5v. tfif i"t;u uu.trantPed or.mn'i
t". refm5el hv Henrv Cok
It ib u prevalent notii m that a propensity
to whistle indicate; an indolent or trivial
nature, writes Kev. Dr. Tlm.".ge in the CIi.
cago Timet. When we . re indulging in it by
soliloquy and s-onre :ie meets ns we s: p
short, snapping the whistle 1:1 tw.i, a vour ,ifo -.,.: i:i :r, Ci..r r.1 .inetnm
though we had bee:: du.iir somei's a : Tlicroisst: :ir.rt.n-a.,i Mr -t-railroad
disreputable. There is nothing mure conductor. A7Lc:.l ..-,:.. the namoof
healthful than t!.::, tsoreAC. Ihe f.ie- a depot he b'.tc, oS t': f.rs: letter anil the
ulty ha been gra:rcd to tho, e or u, list syllable. Itisal ;.v :r p-ril you ask
who can not sin-.' u.iifli Tiuui'jh wo :n:,;ht hinithonaiaeofth-ne.tilr.ce. AVhilo
lose our way in si t i.e if .c atter.jied you are deiMkiir i.t v.-l-ic'i or your eight
the customary soprano t.r has. wo packets you put v vrt.-k t, ' - "e.pc3 upon
revel in the ouudi which, without j-cti dcvourinjly, a; nu h : to nay: "1
any skill, rush with the breath through the b:vc yon net": ycr. e::j-ee.l tit get
contracted lips. ;rumuiers reldom if ever, a ride wiihir.t "p"!-"'""" fr it, eh?'
whistle. The art is le t only for the blithe If you venture to eil hini that tho
and cheerful. Voucher it i3 the whistle ;ar is very eo'.d. he will f.-ejze you
that makes the good cheer, er the good Btlll worse with v. won oring stara
cheer that makes the wh stle. we have now Ifyju nrk h'n v.-hy there i no water
no time to analyze. This kind of aubiei;. on tho tra n. he v-.l'tanw over vou tho
an inspiring accompaniment of work. Let wet blanket of a ;::t reply, and that is
two masons be busy on the wafToIding, water enough, lie 2, .snappy to tho o'd
their strength niike, their hods and trowels lady who is too loa m gett.ng cff. and the
alike, the one who whistles will better set oid centlcman who is too leng getting en;
the bricks and rear the truest wall. Do not snappy about wh-ro you may set your feet,
rob us of any of our helps. What the snappy about wnere you set your valise,
world wants is an augmentation of diver- Bcforo many miles all tho passengers feel
aions and entertainments; not less tkip tho contagion from having boon bitten by
and romp and curveting, but more, God such a snappy disposition, and so they get
has no objections to it or lie would not till snappy, too.
the kitten with play and the lamb with You h ivc noticed, furthermore, tba
frisk and tnc dog with facetious bark, and snappy mcrciant. After you have asked
send the night wind around the gable with for a certain kind of goods ho halts bcforo
mouth full of whistle. showing them, as much as to say : " Do you
We know not why women with all their really want to buy? or are you among thoso
cares should be denied the exercise, and who do nothing but go a-shopping, and aro
yet an ungallant rhyme has fer ages for- you point? to take up my time for noth-
bidden it. Do tell us something that ingl" lie talks over the counter in cxas-
women may do! You do not want theci to pemting monosyllables. When you pont
skate or lecture or preach or walk too fast out a defect in the fabric, ho asks : "Do you
or laugh very loua, and you finish your expect to find any thing perfect under tho
long list of prohibitions by baying: sun!" While you are meditating whether
"wmsuirg e:ris ana crowng nens . or not you had better take tho goods, he
Always come to sumo DaU end." says: 4. You need not have it if you don't
There rro times in a woman's life when wantit" As you quietly suggest that you
a psalm-tune docs notsecm particularly aj- ,aw soiacth;n!; a littic cuc?pcr at the next
propnatc and a carol seems too formidablo storc? he howls at you: "Go there and
to attaek-thc former is too grave and the it As ym g0 ou. ho 8lams tho door
latter too jubilant and nothing on earth is ,.,. .,,i ,.n . nam th et-
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VICTOR F. UttYSON, Pablisher The Daily News, Chicago.
whistle. That privilege shall not be denied
if we have any thing to say ubout it.
Soon after going on board a steamer wo
noticed a little icwtcr instrument that hung
to the boatswain's jacket On such a sim
ple thing you would not suppose a man
could make more than one or two sounds,
but that little instrument can 1 lay a hun
dred tunes, and at its call cables, cordage,
rigging, sails, colors, boats and anchor re
spond, and the crew fly swifty from
hammock to capstan and from capstan
to ratlin. After eight days of head
with ir itations all over you just because
you came in contact with a snappy mer
Suavity Is an art that we all need to cul
tivate. It pays to be a gentleman or a
lady. Forcupines arc lit for nothing but
museums. Most of us need to have n
smoothing-iron run over our temples.
Many people get up a red heat at a mo
ment's notice and do not always cool off so
quickly. Some aro like hot journal"., on
the railway cars a little friction, and lol
thoy are on fire, and it takes ice and salt
and waste an.l t:mo to get things running
W 1 1. ,. 1 A. SI .
wiau we ucuru tuu uoiiuwam-a long, smoothlv; nnd then thero ia n0 sayins
keen, resounding whistla It meant that when tIl wilI b(J oa firc If wo
the wind had changed and the sails must had morc rf thc spirit of Him concerning
go up. There was in that pewter whistle whom it is 8ai(1. Craco i9 poured into
more music than in coy harp we have since Thy Ups Wd ,Touia CCilsc bcingsnappy.
heard, and when it fell down again from
the boatswain's lijr. we re-tsamined it WOMAN'S ADAPTABILITY
to see where all that chirrup an.l glee of t wuivimim i mjhc i isiii 1 v.
sound and shrillness of blast could hide . ,..,., ,, .. ,
Vnm.-j,. ri,a -, o;i n:ni:rn .... 1 How a Number of2env York Girls Moke a
themselves. Thus wo sail on in life anil Comfortable Uvinr.
sometimes in the teeth of a head . " ""
v-ind, and it is tough navigation. Tho woman barber is not unknown m
Our whistle, dangling to our neck. I cw York, and has conspicuously failed, as
seems of n use. Every thing ia ' "b 'deserves to, but, says the New York
apainst us, but after awhile there i, a j 6"w' tbe woman hair-dresser of the
change in thc moon, and thc wind that was oth.er man s hasr ,sno,1 f m.uch of
advereowhccL; around and into our favor. I and yet does a successful business Thero
n..VAtoir.nn...v.:eiiA.n.i -ii,o- . are several women m this town who make
m ai. , M;i. -,.?., r.A !. ,L t, a good Uving by washing, shampooing.
minili(liat9nM if at rh a time o cleaning, oiling, combing and caring for
.i .-. ; -?t, .,- m.,k s- . the beads and hair of their fellow women.
AUCMkV V Ai2 WVfc U. 1UUULII B, WW
ought to charge it to the boatswain's
So, also, wc would be less bard on all
kinds of f rolicsomcncss. For instance, haz
ing at college is to be reprehended, but it is
no worso now than it has always been.
It seems that some time ago thc students
of a college disarranged tho store signs, in
jured street lamps, sang discordant songs,
and disturbed thc village until a commit
tee of the citizenj waited uven thc mayor,
and a large group of thc young men were
arrested, taken bcforo the authorities,
threatened with the penitentiary, and
their names telegraphed throughout
the land. People say: "What aro
our colleges coming to!" and "What
a generation of wayward young
men arc marching on to take possession of
our institutions! If staid, orthodox, solid
colleges do so, what may wc expect of insti
tutions reckless and unti-Calvinistic!"
My friends, 1 hero is no causoof alarm;
the boys aro doing just what their
fathers and grandfathers did before them.
As long as 1 can remember I was shown
the place oa the roof cf the college
building where one bright morning
there were found a load of wood
and a mule attached to tho load, all
raised to that bad eminence by the
aaohomorc class during thc night some
of the men engaged in tho achievement i
afterward (Senators of the United States j
and doctors ef divinity. I reprehend the
voasff men who m Princeton put an under
taker's sign oa as apothecary store, and I
abide thsta be more careful, while at the
assne tat I gl U as my oeiajea, that they
luaiTHam have overheard the recital is
esse ssuMar's Italy, or lawyer's efflce, of
nam - fat whLh their fathers
aadtTSstarspstidptl. Beys will be
w!lLtha is. bays that ton out good far
sTaUel set myself afatastiD
jgaaajBttaasssm amesmMmsvMv Va) GVAVy WmW asmmav Bassss) j
aBsmmmmasae mmsasw Wewai VaassawV yHea emPmi NmsjJ awm j
Women who know thc discomfort of having
to wash their own hair, unassisted, appre
ciate thc services of a skillful hair-dresser
of this kind, and those who can afford it
and yet can not keep a ladies' maid do not
grudge paying well for it. Especially is
her practised hand in demand in rear
ranging the sometimes inextricably tangled
locks of women who ore recovering from
long illness, when thc whole scalp is sore
from tossing to and fro on the pillow, and
the nerves are too unstrung to bear the
awkwardness of well-meaning but un
skillful attendants or friends. Then it is
that thc professional hair-dresser is wel
comed and her gentle stroking and deft
fingers aro more soothing than irritating to
Then there is another large class of young
women whose parents prefer to keep them
at home, rather than bare tbcm accept any
regular salaried position outside, and yet
are not unwilling that they should earn
enough money to clotho themselves. These
are the people who take in sewing ot vari
ous kinds at such cut-rates as to make the
life of the regular sewing girl ono long
fight for bare life. But in turn they have
given rise to another trade for women that
of teacher of thc different kinds of work the
big shops give out For instance, teachers
of tho art of necktie making go from boose
to house instructing young girls how to
make this ornamental male attire in suck
styles as the factories that give out the
work require. After the art is learned it is
poor pay enough, but the teaching of itcom
mands a fair price.
All these Instances, of course, are only
indifalto" of bow woman's wit and adapts
bility is proving of practical beaettte her.
Few of these pursuits enamerated admit of
much crowding. Not many could make
living in any one ef them. Yet they are
painters, shewing that so loag as the fleld
be epea at all, woman la Inventing and was
coatsBoe te invent new methods, pesaUarty
kteewaaad soiled te he cspatrititieB, ef
sad eewiag tawwia.
For the (J. A. K minion at k- 1
noy, Sej.t. 17th to ifisrli i!io l. Sz !.
vvi.l make rate of oik f;ir for rouml
ri. and fur Xhco!.. i-t.m:i Fair at
XrVoii, S pi. !!)' to I'uiL one lot!
ont-thiitl fan foi KiiiicI trip ltat
of :iiie and ii-thinl l.iif will a"-- v
ma.ie Sept 1 1 : h to 115 h for (J A. 11.
r union at I.:i: i-i;ti:l. Kansas
4'Ii' I.'-!:-oi;i Mtinh.
TIm Illinois CVr.ti .! ..;!rul will
-el! ,liii excursion in-L-t- to SacK
.son, Tennessee, IIolU .-irnis, ,hc-r-tleen
and Jaeksos Mt issippi, (lani
1110111I. Jcntiinir am! Lake I'h.-uic.-,
Louisiana. Tues-'ila . -. Srptt moer 1 1
and 27i. Odtolcr ! :.;m S.'.. N-vi-meer
;:!..' 20. ai.il I-.l.-:nI..r l.-n-i 16.
Auents i!l.iirhiit.. to Si i.:c
(it, Sioux K::i! :i:.ii Oiiaira, w i u
for the cvt"fi:i;r !i.i!:i on loinlsiy- ;:
vious to dates ui; imi .ii ;. T tt.
moriiini: train fr.ini f)uomju'-; 1 '
c:ili, TlH?.da Jlj ii. and . n
cceitiiij: Tuesd i 'Urinjrtix.- inoi.f j - 1
Auun-t. Sejiii'inlt, (K'foii.--. No',
her :.nd leri':::hrr i'or H01.0
ers' Guides and -rMiti"! ln.ilti::. :!
rate.--, dates and FuM nifonii tion
ply to lu-arest foiinon tieki-t .i.eii.
aildn-s- the ii!iiler.siaii"il at 3Ltiii' 11
ter. Ton a. .1 -- Mkkhv.
G. W !'
:. simper t. chieage. rhb ?ed Coud Street Railway Co.
noon at .-. . o'cu-ck,
J" train- from the w t,
1 Pullman Sleeping Car
ka for Chicago via thc ,
-. Islairl i'out'-, making (
..-non with the famous
r" runnirijr thong!i with-
arrivir.u a' ri:i-ajin the
This is certainly
ij"i--.rst and most convenient
ot transportation hi tv-cn
s Karis;:. aiol tin- tv. of Chi
i'of aecuimuodatioii-, t,, t his
e notify your hie 1" tioi.t,
i! bo triad t. rn i, -uch
" - a? 3-o'i n.jf, ' 'mi by
Cars run every twenty minutes leav-
iuc the Holland liouse at 7:tl0 a.m.
ami liiakini: regular tri; until 10:U0
. 111 . aftvr that iimo lravn the Hol
land HoTise at 11 :.' p.m. and make)
.niuniirht tram. Cars make all tnuns.
TCKETS AUE FOR .SALE
tr tltr lied VI'Hi'1 N itional Bank and
I. .1- Pucker.
Iv ir-jio In 1: tK Miipt'oi"- s' f'f:i
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i iitv- in th hou-i.
Vt- uac SaBV
PRIZE FOR. CORN.
e'-Estey Organ" is the one to I x "vHr ivo a p.izejfor
- Tt costs less, is tasteful, sub' thebeBtdisplay of field co.n raised
, , ; . ' , m Webster counts, Neb:, Jewell or
f.jitii.1, ivcdl huilt, is Hiiptrior in tone 1 mith couatie3, Kansas, a follows
1st prize, oco year's subscription
to the CHIEF; 2d prize, six. months
3d priio, o..t -, .ontha. .Siring'
your beet com.
oi'-r. Uall ami ? eilie hstcy
-:Itiue of Sada ... Hi. lev.
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The Steinway, Chickerini: iCnabe
u-'J . equally reli..hl t anos.
' . f'i er on un iitf j. ents
a '. lUilcy.
Wht-si travi-lir.j: ;i"S'li, on-r, rfo'rh "f
wes, iiinke iiiii-c!: - msi f 1 t-l '.. ''
pitioiii.ing h -trn Jii-st fi;i in
Tin Chi-aso. Kaiist- A: Xi'lu.-ik.! 'i-.n)- 'call on me. Rpasonabhi prices
way, l.uid Ho'ito"' work that wili please ou.
;p Fiirmorf nn:i l'r-perCj 4ivn
1. IVedsSrr imtl ".jrft.initJIiyc
I i.'il -iid my a-si-iint to nuke
views .f ;our hou-es stork .,
thr.-uj!'"uf W.-bstcr an s. . iirro'u :n
ciunt..o'J. If my nun f.nis to c.ili oa
,0'i and ou should want o sr prop
crU photo r.iphcdjdr -p me a postal or
Tus thoroiiit,iute i- tt.- pvopoV l- i
vorite, lieiMii it is r-liulle. s iff and '
p asnt and uiti :t- liinitid Hyer toi
Chicago, Hnd coiiiicrtio'i witii all the
fast trniii- io St. i.'-ui- nmkv it niiivpr- j
snllv popular, aiol tlie route wliii-i' nil i
well postnl tr:ivelr lakf '
The Moon Block Photographer.
Its. fHne(ngT tiaio i-iv tiuill ox- YZWWW TSwifmW
irtNly lor thii 1110- ly the I'uiluiuu
I'm luce On 1 .. whit-li 1- : I'lmrmiW't? :
fcijv.j .-.- .1.-- i'. it 1. ..iiii iiiij'ivit:
invri t-il a- i!.e l.-t t-istn nnd
mrt lhoioii:h -Xfii-riciKc ran ii;i:e!t.
g:;d 1 O i!iveiiicine fur the coin'ort
aud Heryn-e of the trnwlinj; oiit-lir liio
been overlonKed. !n addition to its
regular passeneer cqiiipnient, there is
in serviee a hue of -unorh reclining
chair cure; n piiinn or -mi'i.. Imvii s
been spared to make :l:eie cars the
motel restful aim t.riift:rt-H-'-iiri:i ve
hicles ot their elaps in America.
Holders ot Jirst chu tiekeM ran oceu,iy
porter awouipanie enoli car tt ndinin
isier to the hiiU ofthe patron?, which
makes them especially desirable for
ladies and children traveling tviihout
eeort- Tn fact, the O. K. it N. is the
Great Free liecliniint CLair Car Line
writ ef the Missouri river. When you
travel, to he absolutely couifortalile,
take the Chic i K.tni & Nebraska
Bailway, "Rock Island Ronti?." Pull
Tif.n's Pa!ac iltei inf (ncs na m
n...i s i-ra-.
HUTCHISON & EDGELL. Props.
First door north of City Bakery, re
fitted Htid thoioughly equipped We
n-.ppctfuliy solicit your pntronage
o:tr;inteeiuir svtisfa'ion in every case.
CnMoTT": Will be to plenve all
.tin rttia tia ltaiv tptffla All 1Vllk
tnese eiirn !re-. A colored ! , .- , , ,
, . . ! dutie in a tirft-clntiS Banner ami in thp
Htei fntl of the profession.
liiTTHisn . Ki-;km
Tblslsto eertirj tnatlaavetadten op at my
plact-7 mllM Birtnwet of BeU cloud, t-ae Jack,
white and bas a near on kit hind If g Owr.er
ran have same by eaulas; aad variuic rbary
aad fer this aorlee. Date4 mis ad day of rp.
mater, isfft c'bas. v-x flssjb.
One dollar buys .1 uumber one
screen door at the Chicago Lumber
Fall hats, i:r-!. ot the :.on. at
Berg & (i.ilu?ha'..
C-t!tiKi s'eepfi" at Taylor's, Red
ohh styles in soft and stiff hats
at Iorg & Galsh.is.
For :i new style nat ;r to tlie Golden
EnIe 7lolhin St'ire.
Furniture of all kinds cheaper than
ever at F. v. Taylor's.
Special attention to undertaking
and embalming by F. V. Taylor. Resi
dense .1 blocks west Carriaye Factory
For sale. A first class family
horse and carriage, very cheap for
cash. Address or applv to
Rkv. O. S. Davis,
The latest in .stiff hats at the Golden
Eagle. Just received, enough Tor four
Trie odI cti irait.tfi i euro for nitarrn.
""ld in tin lieoi. .1 y .-ever, Roseconl
catarrhal .'f:ii" '-- n.d -ur cies, r'
.sitires the -eiie ta-te and smeil
reniovetl tt !:i-t nnd urip!ei-aut
hrr.'ith, r-:ihiiiL' trii:i catarrh. Follow
directtoih and a -or- 12 wtteanitd by
sail drurtr-t-. r-t t il for eireuliir to
ABIETINE MEDICAL O. OrovihV
5?'X mt-n !' tr-tt;nf-nt for
$i sent r. 1.. in .SI 0
-SANTA A HIE AND (' vr-IHU'RK i t
-alo by . a
K nrv Cook. Airent. r
H.T. i LAKKDCRfJO. ,t
WholesaleApent Lincoln. N
Iicai Ntf re.
To J. JJ. Mall i.on n-bident defendant yon
wU Uke notice that 011 the lath day of July IMS
"erg &G4.uaha brought thrir action u In the
Justice court ef Wehster county. Kebraska be
fore W. (.Smith a Juttlce of tha peace of said
county to recover from ou the mm or iin
and sereaty-ave one-bundredtbs dollars illezed ?.
w wkw uinK mem ior K'eus, wares ami .
merchandise pur-h.we.tUv you from them and in
that certain nunlM htiiimvimr m n ,n h. u
hai'dsof the rhicato l'urlnrton & OuInccyTW
Kail Koad Co. have bej'i attached. . .,
iu suu cause nan oeen continued to the 19th
day of September lSs.
Denver to Kansas Cs.tyr
Denver to Cmahrt,
Omaha to Chicago?
Kans?3 City to Chicago,
Omaha to St. Louis,
WEST TO EAST!
SACCACE CHECKED THROUGH.
Through tickets over the Burling
ton Route aro for ale by the Union
Pacific, Denver at Rio Crande and
n'l other principal railways, and
uy ali agent of the "Burlington
For further InfcmatloR, apply t
ny agent, or to
P. 9. EUSr.S.ttcn'frvtAa-t,
fp anil liv
tueor an or r ol sale Itsaed out of the district
court of ihe eighth Judlci.il district in and for
W ebstf r county Nebratk ur on a il-cree ia aa
action waereta the i'ho?hiz Mutu.n'. 'Me Iasur
auceCoatpaaylsplaluUlfaadM.:. a Alexander
said roaaty .that belli the place where the la
tern otafd court was aoldeniou the ist dm
nfOctobet MM at 2 o'clock p. hi. the fazlowtaa
described property to wit: the northeast ouar
terCi) of section thirteen 1 in) township four (
north ranse twelve tiaj west 6tli P. M. In Web
ster cosaty Nebraska. "
Given under my hand this 14th day ef taa
?,tL v,, mw 1'. W&M
uil liUlCtT -Stttrot tor iittaicaiaiv..
nioi nin. The General left the Cummins
residence about nine o'clock ncconipanie
br tho Hon. William Cuiumin's. Judg
Cummiujgs and tlattj;Iiter anl 3J1
John Knlen- A corrunlttee of tif
teen from Fort AVaviie. headed b;
Lieutenant-Governor Robertson and Col
oael W. H. Smith, arrived thU morning t'
escort the General to that city, where b
was to arrive at 1 :.".0 p. ra. He will speii
three hours in Fort W avne and mafie
speech. The party will then proceed tl
.Indianapolis by special train.
Charg-rd With Forgery.
8t. Louis, Sept. ". Warranty . wer.
. 'ZT " .""iniiir iftiiiiigt'jaiiijiiilig
O. C. C.9l
K, Ja. XfrSaxv.
TTORNEY.S AND COUNSELORS AT IIW
t Will practice in all courts or this stale
collections as well as litixated business caret ul
y aad efficiently attended to. Abstrarts f nrsisfe-
orFxra. Over First National Bank. Md
C. W. Kai.kv. J. L. K.ir.k.
A TTORNKI3 AT LA . Aifenfci tor the .
r C.M.K. K.IaDit oaoaWel.iter strOK
led Clond. Nebnwka.
I. W. TULT.HYS. M. D f
TJOMOHonATllICPnYSlCLiy. U.5. IX
JTT, antnlet: rinrxcoa. Ofllee opposite Kirt
XafloaalBaet, Ked a.nvl. 5enka.
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