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. A fMii mat MMT ataee.
Twine has become aa important ftc
tor in gathering the wheat, oaU and
rye harvests in this country. The
maanfaotarers of binder twine have
organised a treat and propose to sake
the farmers per nearly double the
priee heretofore paid. When the
binder twine fret came intense it
took onlj two pounds to each aere of
oats, bat now it Ukes three pounds.
Tbc twine was then not more than
ten cents a pound, and it only cost
twenty cents to bind an acre of oats.
When it took three pounds to the
acre the'pricc advanced to thirteen
cats, which made the cast thirty
nine cents an acre. Tbc twin mon
opolists are not satisfied with this ex
tra twist in the coil to rob the far
mers, but now they propose to in
crease the price to twenty-five cents a
pound, which will make tbc binding
of tbe oat harvest about seventy-five
an acre. This is equivalent to three
bushels of oats to the acre for binder
twine alone, so that after the farmer
pays all other expenses and counts in
tbe rental value of bis land he has
but a small margin left to recompense
him for a season's labor. This action
of tho twine trust bas aroused the in
dignation of tbe farmers in the grain
growing states and they intend to
teach the monopolistic trust a lesson.
Retrenchment and leform should
be the watchword in municipal affairs
during the coming year.
Seward Garber har Seen appointed
as one of the secretary f tbe board
of transportation. Tut. Chief is
pleased to note the mantle of
that office has fallen on a Red Cloud
man. We would be glad if every
man fn Red Cloud could get an office,
for it would satisfy a lon felt want
Mr. Oarber will no doubt make a good
officer having had quite a number of
years experience in railroad business
in the general offices of the 6.&M.
which will give him an insight into
the afu s of the board of transporta
tion ana ui Iroad matters generally.
Tht atato , board of transportation
suite a march on the publie last aigbt
and elected a board of secretaries
af (er a four-hour session . It is learn
ed.tbat ,the meeting was quietly call-
ii avoia an invasion 01 the pre as
gnnk and the usual crowd of hangers
on. It became apparent that the in
dividual preference of each member
of tho beard would have to be drop
ped or an election could not be readi
ed. There were forty-seven candi
In Urn each oae received
hearty support, On the iftj-fonrta
J. 1. Uiltuson, of .Wahooj L.
W. Gilchrist, of Alliance, and V. S.
Garber, of Red Cloud were elected.
C. li. Holmes of Jieairice, waa chosen
The Ml kaewa as How Bell 227
several" chasm rathe
seheel law of the state. Copies of
ew law' will be printed and forwarded
to directors some tine in Jane. 8ome
of the most important ehanges are aa
follows: 1st, annual district meeting
ehanged to last Monday in June, pro
visions are made for levying the aee
eseary school tax in July. Cental
report! for 188t are te be Matte
county superintendent oa or before
April 11th. After thii year ceaau
will not be taken until last ten days
before annual June meeting, report
of cenaus to be sent in the int of
July. Blank notiees for annual meet
ing and blanks for annaal reports will
be out early in June. Section 2, sub
division 1, of school laws has been so
amended as to provide that connty
superintendent have dissretionary
power to change the boundary of any
district upon petitions signed by one
half of the legal voter, in each dis
trict affected, formerly discretionary
power was given if petitions were
signed by one third of the legal
voters. Two districts may be made
from one, upon petitions from each
proposed district, signed by a major
ity af legal voters in each. Two dis
tricts may be consolidated into one
upon petitions from each signed by
two-thirds sf tne legal voters. Ooe
district may bo discontinued and ita
property attached to another adjoin
ing district upon petition signed by
one half of the legal voters in each
district affected. No new districts
aball be formed between the first
Taesday of April and the first day of
October. District officers appointed
to fill vacancies shall bold their offices
until tho beginning of the next school
year. Officeis elected at special
meeting shall serve for the remainder
of the unexpired term or until their
successors are elected and qualified.
Qualifications as to legal voters in
a sohool district meeting remains un
changed but there has been a new
ruling with respect to whom shall be
accounted owner of real estate. If
the husband owns real estate bis wife
is considered part proprietor and is
entitled to a vote in any school dis
trict meeting, provided she has the j
age and residence qualifications. If
the wife owns real estate, her hus
band is a voter, even if he holds no
property in his own name. A step
parent of children of school age ia a
qualified voter, provided pf course, he
or she have age and residence qualifications.
Amman a Casvsssoasteana.
iamtai that atl-aaanka" abate
taeeaVaaet later, taaa Wsiassisjeva
auawsv i 19 IsasaiSSaajsB.r -- ---
serials rsteraed ukes a? asaafglaaaaat,
Aliareiavitedtoeeadis qsestioaa TcV la
terse. Red Cloud, April 1st, '89.
Editor Chief If agreeable please
iaform as in your next iatae who
Bailie or Elsie is. ia ertar ta settle a
dispute. Old Maid.
It it aot agreeable. Newspaper
mea never "give away" the aaaes of
Red Cloud, March 30, '89.
Editor Chief. Please info- m-
throughyour paper, what legislation
there has been pasted bv th nwunt
legislature for the interest of tbe peo
ple. Also, what have oar representa
tives done to earn the respect of the
people or their salaries?
A Hash Paoducex.
The present legislature aa a body
has aot benefitted the atato by any
legislation of note. It has beea tbe
most expensive body that has ever
met to do state business for the state.
nowever, tne lmgatiaa bill and the
bill against trasts merits a little
credit, bat that is about all that can be
said. As to oar represeatatives their
promises were great but the results
achieved by them for Webster eouaty
have not materialised up to date
They will probably bring back more
money to the county than they took
Inavale, April 2d, '80.
Editor Chief. What has become
of that "raging canal" that you talked
so much about recently. Please tell
Don't worry, my friend, the canal
will be constructed soon, if oar relic-
ions editor has to furnish the money.
Amboy, April 3d, '89.
Editor Chief. rVhat kin A f .
horse is the best to bay for farm pur
poses ia general. Fabmer.
We have referred the matter to oar
agricultural editor, and he aaggesta
that a "live horse" would be about
what you wanted.
Watt am I?
Xejotdnjc yet erring,
M I'M always eefylat, ,
I'ai a miserable strugsliac worm of a do! ,
I Ve a nope that's achieving.
A love that's relieving,
A zeal that's besTiRln.
A foe that's deceivis?.
lm ooe of thebtood-wasaedcWHrcn of Uo!
here am I?
Twlxt two oceans beating.
Two spirits eatreatloc:
The past still retreating;
The future is greetiug;
My eyes, as tHey gaze on the jears to cotue;
io ra tne sky-wan! I'm flying.
To earth's world 1 ' dying.
Each eatb, tfcough'denyicg.
On Christ's arm relying.
I'm waiting and longing Ir bea eu my homo
What shall I be?
A white robed spirit.
Through Jesus merit;
And. spreading lUnli.gs
Will rising shall sing.
While aes in silence, their path hae J,
And scaling the taountalns, -
,Drink from their cool fountains.
'Mid angelic meetings.
Aad blessedest greetings.
Till at last I am draws to the bosom or God.
Kav. W. S. Falk unman.
anyu ha would oa aa account leave alt
children acy eoasideraMe amount af
money, aad ha five away not leaf
than ft.000 a year.
Tho will of Ebon. tho Into mO
Hocaire who was oae af the foundere
of Oakland. CaL. ia ore of the brieaV
est on record. It disposes of r,CKV
000 ia less than oae hundred word.
A retired tne reheat. aed eiightf
three, of Providence, aad a Bosses
widow just one year his junior, wera
married the other dav. It vu a, cane
of love at tint sight, the coupio hav
ing met for the first time only three
1 A certain English code opera
i librettist went to sco Mr. Gilburt'e
. "lirastinchazac HalL" Ho camo back
' quite enthusUntic. "It'g a fino play,"
i ho said. "I Mko it Tery much. Ia
! fact. I think 1 liko it bettor than aay
( man in London except Mr. Gilbert."
The lato Lord Kversley wm
most successful bpcaker of the Ilouee
af Commons, and never failed to ree
ognize tho right man when a score er
more sprang to their feet apparently
at tho samo instant. "I have bee
shoqting rabbits all ray life," he oaoa
explained, "and have learned to mark
tho right one."
The story ia told of Mortimer
Mempes. the portrait painter, that at
tho beginning of his career he went ta
Miss Ellen Terry, who is ono of the
Look here. Misa
CHEAP FOR CASH !
Dry Goods, Groceries, Millinery, I
4c., is again beforo the public with a Urgo and choice lin
of goods, and w felling clone for carti.
Latest Styles in Millinery ilways on hand.
The Strike is Over I
And G. W. Dow
Extreme ot beat aid cold, bat tbe
seasoa is far in advance of last
There is considerable wheat, oats
and barlej being sown tbis year, pota- hardest Prsons for an artist to
toclantine aad rdfln m.kin. L. oldot:. and said: ,,Lo nor. :
I. , f. . c i errr, l m a young Australian, with
in March this year. fowr or no friends here, and I want to
Chas. Smelser farms the Buchlei- mako my way In tho world. Won't
ter farm tbis year. 'ou let mo Palnt your portrait?" Sha
"Harmony" Sunday school Dist. 50 Jj! li vo hira a Ion Iifl
bas started with a eood attt.ndnrf xt:.r - . . ...
, , 'i -"3 -' rr, otowioric.apaia,
and preaching at that noint evnrv i dnlirit.ir.nHn rn,,n ii .. i
. , v. iiui,iinwra vAuiuiuun oi rapia
invite yotu attention to a few o S maav
arttclea he keeps iu stock.
Iron IXxttle trees
Steels Hisfle trees
lU.lt Neck yokes
Washers Kcrk kaasDea
Kivrts Bacty waeala
t;ieviat Harrsw timear
Wrrnches liMsteer dashes
Spoke Whip sockets
rYllom Wagon breaks
IloUtrra Blasksrnuh cos
l'Ios ftd riaadles
Hri'akcrs Coulter HuU
The rejection of Halstead by the
senate is likely to lead to anexpeeted
results. Ohio republicans are deter
mined to vindicate him by making
him tbc successor of senator Payne.
His election would be a fitting tebnke
of the senate and the Standard oil
The appointment of itober'- T. Lin
cola to be minister to England it oae
of tbe best bits made by President
Harrison, and is acceptable aot only
to the republicans of Illinois bat to
the whole country. President Hani
bob 'a foreign appointments are all
The U. S. Senate did one thing that
will be generally disapproved of by
the American press irrespective of
party affiliations, when they refused
to confirm Marat Halstead aa minis
ter to Germany. He ia one of tho
most able men the country bas ever
produced and Cwell qualified for the
position. As a general rebuke to tbe
nabobs who run the senate, Mr. nal
stead is liable to be sent to the senate
After the battle mother.
A solid south (ward) and a solid
north (ward) floored Bro. Spaaogle by
the aid of Jeff Ward.
The Dutch have taken Holland.
Geo. Holland hasn't got the "Botte."
A. H. Kaley has been "disposed."
T. C. Hacker will handle the eity
funds another year.
L. II. Fort will do the secretary
act for the eity aett year.
I told you so, ays the wiseacre.
Henry Anderson will engineer the
city for the next twelve months.
Lindsey lacked a few votes af get-
..og away witn utie Kidd aad FreC
Chas. Potter didn't want to ha eity
H. E. Sanford waa left oat ia the
IfA.J !.!.. ;. - . . .
"" vaiBcr is a Biraignt demo
crat and can't run fast enoagh to get
Laird. Wallace has a record of 13
It waa all sea before election, and
now we can't see what did it except a
lauare in tbe crop of votes.
When shall we three meet again
cpanogle, Kaley and Lindsey.
Ta ta, till next April when slips,
third Sunday, by Rev. John Bean.
Supervisor Jones was up looking
over the water courses and mud holes
in these parts last week, aad none to
soon, for on Sunday morning D. J.
Judson waa crossing the apology of a
bridge one of his horses shied, caus
ing the wagon to run off the bridge,
the horses jumping broke the double
tree, taking him orr the dashboard
hear1 foremost striking on his shoul
der, when they broke from him and
ran to the Kaley farm, where they
were stopped. Fortunately he was
not seriously hnrt but badly shaken
up. On the same day Mr. J. lost a
fine young cow, proving that misfor
fortunes never comes single. Itix.
alra. Haskat. daaghter of the late Joan
Hamsr went baek to her homo in n.
Moines Iowa, on Monday.
B Uiamson closed his reviral
meetings at Oriole.
Farmers are busy patting in their
Mr- B.T. Xing has came from Red
Closd ta farm Mr. Blifnieka old place.
Oa Boaday the 24th tho little anghter
of Mrs. Johanna died from ea ting wild
persaips. He littts brother w o also eat
of ths parsnips, will recover.
work on tho type-xvritor In tho as
sembly room of Packard's Iiusiness
College. Sho printed Mxty-six char
acters in five seconds, or an nrcrageof
over thirteen characters a second.
Then idio printed from memory 137
words In ono mlnuto correctly. Upoa
a second trial sho printed m words ia
a minute. Miss Orr holds the gold
modal for tho championshia which
sho won last AuruhI by writing nuoty
eight words a minute for ten consccu
Zcbulon Ilanow. aged seventy-
nine years, or Jjtonlngton. Conn., waa
Jilted by a village maidon many years
ago. and since that timo ho hiu lived
in a littlo hut. cooking his own food
anu wearing rags. By Ashing ho has
accumulated money sufficient to build
nino good houses, which he rents, aad
10.000 more which is lodged In tbe
btomngton Savings Hank, lie never
purchases any thing ho can make.
Buttons on his clothing are whittled
from pino wood; ho wtdghs his flab, la
wooden balancos of his own making,
and in catching eels ho uses a woodea
spear. His yearly expenses average
less than 20.
A LITTLE NONSENSE."
Repairing of every description done with neatness and dispatch. HstUfactlas
. guaranteed in every case. Aring cash in your purees and I !! do
G. W. Dow,
Blacksmith and Wagon Maker,
RED CLOUD, NEB.
THE CITY LIVERY STABLE.
. McAvov & Fakkkl, Props.
Keep Fine Rigs and Good Teams
At Reasonable Prices,
Commercial men ami other will rtml this the beet livery etsMs
door rat cf Hollaad Hosee.
RED CLOUD, NEb
Ike eity. Fires
Tho irrigation law passed by the
list-class, and are so fer beyond wka legislature is a measure of great im
aught reasonable have been expected portaaoe to tho western section of the
that erea Henry Watterson, the edi
tor of the Louisville Courier-Journal,
pays the president a handjume com
pliment. There is danger that Marat
Halstead a appointment aa minister to
Germany may aat be approved by the
senate. Halstead haa said so many
mean things about the senators that
they feel inclined to retaliate by re
jecting hia appointmeaL
state. It is of special interest to the
counties along the border, and will
increase the tillable area by a million
or more acre?. The North and South
Piatt, the Cheyenne, Niobrara aad
Frenchman riven will be utilised to
work a revolution in the farminar
methods of that section. Bee.
George Waa kugton Burr, the eery
xstketieaad talented man who runs
that tremendous nice paper known to
averyfew people aa the great moral
and highly inlaentional Times-Winn
er, objects to the wa Tax CaUsr and
Argus makes war upon the "Big 8."
Bnrr, lets see, what is a Burr, any
how? Ohl we know, its a thing with
a kind of a porcapine bristle attack
meat, aad all its good for is to lay
aroaa'd underfoot, tarn yellow aadleok
rusty, until some oae comes aleagaad
kicks it out of the way. as a thing
uaworthy of notice and too contemti-
w " ktwc aouau xes, it may
be in accordance with the "eUrnal
ftnc&s of thiLtV when the Lord made
Bare to call him a maa, yet with due
respect we believe Be made a mistake
aad created a deugh-head, shaped in
s laipenect in every
atker maaaer. For a thoroaaabred
wkiaiag-saivel jag case, Georg Wash
iagtoa Bare takes the cuke, body 90ul
The city election last Taesday waa
hard fought and George Holland was
elected mayor over D. B. Spanogle,
not because he was more popular or
enterprising than Mr. Spanogle but
by a misrepresentation of facts, or
perhaps better, a misapprehension of
his views. 3Ir. Spanoele has done aa
much, if not more than any other one
maa ia Bed Cloud, for Bed Cloud aad
haa speat much time aad money
ia its advaacemeat aad
would have made aa able mayor if ke
bad bees elected. Hia viewa oa ike
temperance question, tkoagk aot radi
cal, was the prims cause, we presume
of his defeat, yet he ira man who be
lieves ia the majority raliag aad had
he been elected to the mayoralty, Ta.i
Chief would have had no fears bat
what ke would have obeved the wishes
of the peopre to the letter. "Iratk
crushed to eartk will rise agaia' ao
with enterprising citizens, tkey will
be crushed but m the sweet bye aad
bye, their aame will be legion.
Ths Pire Tearaaaaeat.
The fire department of Bed dead
and the state committee of which
John Tomlinson is a member, decided
on Wednesday to hold the state tour
nament in Bed Cloud. This will ba
one of the grandest eveata ever seen
m Bed Cloud and will draw a large
crowd. It mesne simnlvahi ties
for Bed Cload. People from all aver
the state will be in Red Cload, be
sides delegations from lews, Kansas
and Colorado. It will be shir ;AV
tor oar citiiens aad oar people akoald
back tkem freely.
l Cera Fr aat.
I have some very fiae seed corn for
sale. Leave ettera at JfiaerBroa.iraaideaaa aa
I have a good farm for rea aa
reasonable terms. Apply to Mm. X.
J. Richmond, at Roy Hatcaiasea's
The beautiful spring weather makes
glad the hearts of the people here, ir
respective of their occupatioa or call
Tcmpleton Bros, have sold their
lumber yard to R. S. Proadit, who
will have all the bcaeita of the trade
ia that cheap commodity ia the fa-
S. Crextea has gone aat af the agri-
caltaral implemeat aaeiaees, having
sold oat to Mr. Meutgaaery, was will
betheealy dealer ia that Hue here
for tke preoeat.
Mrs. J. M. Chafia, ia resaease te a
message, started for Clevelaai, Okie,
Moaday to am ad tke bedside of her
oldest brother who was reported ia a
The protracted meetiaga held by
the Rev. Leafeat ef tfc M V. k.Mk
- mm weaiessetarem
assisted by Rev. Mr. Merer, of Sew
ard, have eleeed with mere thaa ffty
ceaversioaa. It has beta remarked
by a great maav that thev aeverwit-
aessed a meeting aa fall afcaaaiaa
gaaa aeaae, argeriy
staatial reaalia. CiTinx.
la Tear Ssida.
At ths eoaveatioa of old soldiers
at Bed Cload, Marsh 6th. 1889, the fo
iagreeolstioa was aaaaimuuly adopted:
Solved, that the ronnrll of .lml.;.
a . . .. . z " -
ds sstnonzed to advertise for
bids from the vsriotw towns in Webster.
NaekoUssad Franklin counties in Neb
rseka, aad Smith and Jewell counties in
Kaasas, for ths location of the first an-
inter-etaUG. A. R. reunion to be
aeld aot later than Rant tr. loan
iA8?"11 mpowsrsd to'con
traet with ths town offering th. k. .
daesmsau for the location of said re
aaiea, said bids to be nnnf .nj Mn
. j-mm v-waj
NMiea mor oerore JUsy 15, 1889.
Bslsl eoaaeil reserve the right to reieet
say or all bide at their discretion.
Slgasd by committee:
Jos. OaasBB, Chm., Red aond.
H. 1. Stows, Smith Center, Has.
A. J. Wood, Bsrr Oak, Kae.
W. 8. Bloom, Soperior, Neb.
u. u. uaoaT. Hlverten. Nh.
artw wrxx. as ascarrsD
.-pt0..B0HI M, 8th 1W3 'or the fol
lowiag Items, to-wit:
Tweaty tons of hay delivered on
Fivs teas of straw delivered on grounds.
Twenty cords of wood dlirt nn
Bearias; 300 teaU more or leseeetnp
saliiiBt npply ef pare water for
samp ia eevsaieat places.
. wstsriag stock oa groaads.
asitsble srroaada foe knMi M.ni.
witkia three aeartere of mii k.
Seitabto sinks, steads, etc.
One Urge pavillioa.
EaaWieh echedsle of prices for bos fare
to sad from groaads.
Prices ef saeals, ste.
Prises ef srraiae aad nthr ...,.
Ia additioa to ths above the amount of
moaey tbat wiU be donated to the O. A.
J as applied to ressioa purposes.
Faraiah tameieat number of compe
teat gaarde for the protection of the
A little girl, being asked o defiaa
a volcano, answered: "It's a mountain
that throws up fire, smoke and liver."
"Do darkey's hour am Jes' kefs'
oay. said Uncle Aaron, as he invaded
his neighbor's chicken-roost at threw
a. m. Puck.
"The churn must go," says aa
agricultural exchange. Of course it
must, in order that the butter may
come. Burlington Freo Press.
Somebody recently tried to blow
up a Chicago uistillery with dynamite.
oui mc wmsa-y diow im breath upon
tho dynamite and it went out and j
rvusicu on tne prairies. Uralco Mag
azine. Mr. Pod Iniav "Thev ev thai
Judge Pompous has lost his voice, mf
dear." Mrs. Popinjay "It waa se
heavy I should think he would have
heard it drop." Burlington Free
Aunty "So you'ro studying Ro
man history. Bob by P Why did Casar
hesitate when he came to the Rubi
con?" Bobby "Oh, 'cause hs wanted
to see if he had tho Gaul to cross It."
Senator Gordoa possesses tha
lineaments of Georgo Waahington,',
road Mr. Fanglo In tho evening paper.
-l wonder way Congress doesn't ham
them for the Waahingtoa museuaa
commented his wife. Drake's Mafs
L. H . Rust says to send in your orders for
Nursery stock at once if you want it at
Bed Rock Prices.
L. H. RUST. Red Cloud.
The above sab jeet to the following eon
ditisas. AU fairs of whatsoever kisd. horse rae.
uag. street fakers, gaabliag and gamb
laag devieee. wheals ef fortaae. BoUtieel
see, mast be exelsded from
Wormley "I've at Isstejscoverai
tbe answer to the questiea: 'Is mar
riage a failure?' " Wife "Have yow,
my dear? Why. that's vary lnterasa
Ing."' Wormley "When it takes
place it's a failure, aad when
doesn't, itsaeaccses." Raach.
Dr. Ebbonie "Dat emtw) a' yoaea
am lookin' poo'ly Mrs. ' TaUerby.
.What's he dons rose aa swallowed
this timer Mr. talfcabv-,'-A kit oh
Are ou going to buy a carpet. If
so do not fail to call and examine my
stock and priies F. V. Tajler.
F. V. TAYLOR,
KKEHi TIIK riyillT UNI OF
In the city at prices that all can afford to buy
if in want of anythi g in his line.
Oppeeite First Satieaal Rack. Red Cload.
LIVER V, FEE D4SALES1MLE.
Moth art 4 Fulton Old Stsad, Weketsr St., Red Cead, JT.V.
AvpHtmtfu fmr Lleessee
hr VhCi LO' ol ?
nl Wrd of t rttT rt JiZJ?7iU?J- ff
ta- dty f ctrtomsmiS?I
tfc t5i ..- .n. -71 ssjvse
ttHT rf 3lanA. n.
HENDERSON BROS.. Props.
rimw nge, jw B"fK, wu vj sy er weea. fear pair
d. Don't forgt the plsce. east side of Wehet
street, RH Clead.
It will be of interest to Breeders to
L. H. rVtarr
AppUrmttmm fmr .!.-.
Cream sTneHleaK DAmu
"ww wMvsjjsswsa nvurouTi t
aaurvaya mpmenc. E:E?iL?r & P s- ri.
A. care raraa?oI for aa r- W(W t-xjic itTaL Tf-J
vews illeeases sach m mk fc tb- ht .& 7 rLTJ. mz
fltTloM of biia ponrr btrtej fitisesHazrt 14 U w, KoSjirfcX, .
w k urn mm we. tvki el
wjmmOmmtfmtmpiwttrux. fall jew '
Wassaraaees m Besee saVmmV
eaveaav ease, rererervas maVTF
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