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THE RED CLOUD CHIEF, BED CLOtJDr NEBRASKA, FRIDAY, MARCH 2, 1894.
JUDGE DRENTANO DENIES THE MO
TION FOR A NEW TniAL.
MurcWrr of Miijnr Huri-Unii Hentncnl to
Die nn Hip U.'lil f Miirrli ItainhllngTnlk
JWiulc li.v Hip .inalu In tiMtlflcatlnn nl
CmcAfio, Foil. 24. Judgo Drcntnno
overruled the motion for n now trial for
Frenrtergnst and sentenced tho assassin
to Ik) hnnged on March Sil.
As tho comt addressed Prendergast
ntiil asked him if ho had anything to wiy
why sentence should not be paused npon
liim, Prendergast nroso to his feet, ner
vously drew ii Hinall sheet of paper, cov
erod with notes, from hin vest iockot and
addressed tlin court as follows:
"I don't supiose, your honor, that it
will do mo any good to ' anything to
tho court now. 1 have made no prepara
tion to Bay anything in particular. I
mippose your honor iH under tho iinpres
filon that you have dono your duty. But
this pica of insanity lion been Bet up by
my attorneys without my consent. It
wax an infamous, dirty and a dlsreput
nblu pica and dono against my objec
tions. "At tho very lieginning of this trial tlm
ronrt told mo my attorneys would attend
to my case. Nevertheless they did not.
They set up this Infamous plea of insan
ity against my will. But your honor,
the issue is: Did 1 do right or did I do
wrong? Did I do my duty or did I not?
Tills point has nover leeu touched upon,
and I say it is tho only issue before tho
court. Of courso if I did wrong I should
1m) condemned. But your honor, if I did
right I should lw justitled nnd uc
quitted." "Now, your honor, and everybody, says
that Harrison was n great and good man.
I deny this. A good man is generally
faithful to his friends, and Harrison was
not. If ho had lxt'n n good man ho
would not havo lweu hostile towards ine.
"But tliis newspaper trust, your honor.
W havo been attueked by this nows
pnper court and if tho Bontenco is car
ried out you will ull bo at tho hands
of this newspaper trust. No man'H
character or reputation will bo safo. I
don't know what will lw tho rosult.
"Kvcn while 1 was in your county jail
1 was threatened with death. Tiiia man
Norris, tho jailer there, Bald to mo "'I'll
kill you Isjforo you leave this jail no
matter what tho court and the bailiffs do
wilh you. Tho sheriff of this county is
a Republican, whilo my principle aro
Democratic, and that is why this is."
"Then thero is tins great grado crossing
issue. If your honor consents to iny
death, to my murder, you also consent to
take tho lives of theso pcoplo on tho in
famlous grand crossings. Thot ii what
caused me to shoot Harrison, although I
had stood by him in times of distress."
Iiitlgn llrrntano' Dcclilon.
The comt room vim illlod when tho
judge read his decision. Prendergast
won ordered to btand up during tho read
ing of tho sentence. Judgo Brentano
"Patrick Kugeno Prendergast: You
stand befuro this bar convicted of the
murder of n fellow being, and it is in
ruuil)c lit on me to pronounce sentence on
you. You havo had a fair and impartial
trial, and you havo been defended by
counsel whoo zeal and devotion in your
behalf merit the highest praiso and com
pel tho admiration of tho court. Despite
all this you have been found guilty in ac
cordance with tho well established prin
ciples of law and evidence governing
trials of tills kind.
"Possibly ii largo part of this com
munity would, for tho sake of tho re
putation of this great city upon whom
tho eyes of tho world were nt tho time
riveted, have loen comforted if tho ver
dict of the jury had established tho fact
that your act was that of a mentally
irresponsible iierson, but tho result of
the trial denies the peoplo that comfort.
Tho ovideneo did not establish that you
woro acting under an insano delusion
which irresistibly impelled you to com
mission of an act which you did not dis
cern to bo wrong and over which you
had not the power to exorriso control.
Tho solemn and painful duty now de
volves upon me to imposo tho seutenco
nnd judgment of the law, which is that
you, Patrick Eugene Prendergast, be be
tween tho houra of 10 o'clock in tho fore
noon and !3 o'clock in the nftcrnoon of
tluJ!ld day of March, 1801, in tho man
ner provided by the statute of this stoto,
lie hanged by tho neck until you are
ANOTHER BLAZE AT JACKSON PARK.
Imi-iillnrlr AkiiIii Apply tho Torch to the
Ciiicaoo, Feb. UO.-Fire was discover
ed in tho Agricultural building at tho
World's fair. Running up tho outside
of the pillars tho flnmes gained liradwny
in the roof and spread rapidly toward
tho dome in the center. Onco having a
start in tho lofty arch, its destruction
wns a matter of short order. Driven by
a brisk wind, hparks from tho burning
dome were carried toward adjoining
buildings and for a tinio tho firemen had
before them the prospect of an extended
conflagration. An hour after tho general
alarm was bounded tho firemen had ac
complished all that was jiossiblo and the
blaze wna practically extinguished.
Before tho firemen had succeeded in
their work, however, tho building had
been ruined. As tho tiro spread through
tho dry tlinliers of tho roof burning cm
bcrswHin began dropping to tho floor,
and tlm supports, gradually weakened,
at lust gave away, carrying with it con
nected parts of tlm roof, the dome pitched
in ruins to tho floor. Its fall practically
put nu end to tho fircmen'e work.
But one theory was advanced at tho
grounds regarding tho origin of tho lire.
Evoryouo agreed thot un incendiary was
again responsible for the destruction.
. lilaut Jury Failed to Agree.
! Nkw York, Feb. SKJ. Tho jury in tho
case of Joseph X. Bluut, president of tha
defunct Mudison Square bank, on trial
for perjury, hae foiled to agree.
SOVEREIGN FEAnS NO COURT.
Openly fJrclnrn lie Will Violate Judge
Des Moines, Feb. 27. Oeorgo W.
Howard, vice picsident of tho American
Railway union, organized n branch here
with 175 members Sunday afternoon.
Tho general executivo lward of tho
Knight of Labor and General J. B.
Weaver were present. After tho organ
ization Uonernl Muster Workman Sov
ereign made u speech in referenco to tho
injunction ngninst him by Judge Jen
kins. Sovereign said:
"I am going to Winona, Minn., and
will speak there, and I shall bo in St.
Paul nnd Minneapolis to talk to tho
Northern Pacific employed and assure
them as snre an there is a God in Heaven
I will violate tho injunction of Judgo
Jenkins. It is nn outrago on nil work
ingraen. Ho would lw a ioor represen
tative of organized labor who would not
have the backbono to do what ho pleases
against this disgraceful order and would
deserve tho condemnation of honest work
men. Who is Jndgo Jenkins, any how?
simply a man with n soul to damn. I
fear no courts. If there Is a United
States marshal hero let him servo bin
FATAL EXPLOSION IN MINE.
Blx lloillm llnte llrrn ltrcuvrrril Two
Denver, Feb. :M. A special to Tho
Republican from Raton, N. M., says: At
0:2(1 Thursday morning a terrific explo
sion occurred in tho coal initios at Bloss
burg, three miles southwest of here, and
soon a band of rescuors woro nt work to
investigate tho amount of damage dono
and If iKWslble givo succor to thoso with
in. Six bodiiw havo been recovered and
it is believed that two Italians, who are
missing, are in tho uiliio and probnbly
dcud. Th.i killod are:
.Toskpii Fatiieiiikuill, lire inspector,
Alukiit S.vrntn, miner, aged 'M.
Kn HooAV, miner, ngeil SI.
HlCHAltn Thornton', miner, aged 68.
RoiiERT T'KVMAN, mkier, aged 40.
Samuel Wells. ngeTlB.
NICARAGUA CAME OUT VICTORIOUS.
Allied Form Have Captured Tegucigalpa,
Capital of llomliu-a.
Washington, Feb. SO. Sonor Guz
man, the minister of Nicaragua to tho
United States, has received a cablegram
to tho following effect: Tho minister of
foreign affairs of Nicaragua: Tho capital
of Honduras (Tegucigalpa) capitulated
last night. Publish this telegram. Our
victory puts an end to tho war in Hon
duras. Kenator Allen Pnr President.
Washington, Feb. 37. Representa
tive Jerry Simpson of Knnsas is out in
an interview ndvocnting tho nomination
of Senator William V. Allen of Nebraska
for tho presidency in 1808 by the Popu
lists. Ho says Allen is tho only man in
the Populist ranks who comes fully up
to tho measure; that Senator Peffer of
Kansas is a good and able man but too
timid. He regards Senator Allen as the
brainiest, nerviest man in all tho Popu
party. Say Mm Lraito In n Lliir.
Chicauo. Fob. 28. Secretary O. W.
Barnard, of tho Grand MhsoiiIc lodge of
Illinois, said today that Mary Ellen
is "a deliberate liar when sho said that
she was a member of tho Masonic ordor."
St. Petersburg, Feb. 28. A terrible
boiler explosion has taken place at tho
big iron works at Alexanderowski.
Twenty-five men were killed and ten
were beriously injured.
Ncbrutktt Jeweler Will Combine.
Omaha, Fb. 28. Nebraska retail jow
elers have called a meeting to bo held in
Lincoln on March 14 and 15 to organizo
for mutual protection.
THE LATEST TELEGRAPHIC MARKETS.
Chicago Grain and rrovlilon.
Ciiicaoo, Feb. 27.-What recover It
liulllith tone today ami scored Wo advance.
Kalrbujlugon reported ilccreahe In the En
Klltth vlitlblo and Iwtter clrarancta canted thn
advance. A Utile nelllng nenr therlnm roused
u idlKht reaction, but May closed nnlyjjo
from tlm top. Corn, oats and provliloim woro
firm, but (lull. The gain In corn in Me, and in
o.tii about the wune. May pork In 0u and ribs
JJfri lilKer. I.ard Is without chnnso viiiiipurid
with ytrtterdiiy'a close.
rUHIMI I'ltll .
WHKAT-Kasy. Cash, 57fra57c; May,
wJn: July. 0lo.
(.'OHN-Klrnicr. ('anil, rajO-Hci May, 3ft)fi
ttWHic; .1 uly nrHiyiJHe.
OATS-Steady. Canh, 2S)iJ?3V: May, "Jci
rOHK-Stiady. May, JU'.tft; July. $12.10.
I.AHD-Steady. May. 87.10; July, $7.(t;4.
Ullia-Stcady. May, l,U7)i; July, J0.30.
Chicago Mvo Stock.
Ciiicaoo. Feb. OT.-G'ATTI.K-Tlierc wire
few cattlu horn today that had thuriuallly to
brlnn more than $4. From f.1.15 tn.Tlitoak
tho Kreatcr part of the Meern, mill JhW lo $2 SO
were tho iirruilllni? prices for cowh hju! hulli.
Cauuers' stock hh dull and H xolllnpr badly, a
number of wilcu being reported as low ns $1,60
Qtl.7.1. Stotkera and feeders wrro steailyat
$2,3.Vit.1 ftf), nnd veal cahen were lit demand at
HUGS They opened no to KVi lower thin
etenla's close, or at $l.7ik7tJW for common
to prlmii lots, and at fVlftft.'i.lo for poor I o
choke, Midi! and medium ueluhtH. Ileuvter
sorts mostly wild at a ilUeount of fni to 10c.
Kxtrcnm raiiKo of sales wus fJ.fiik&MS. Culls
sold at f-'.iKvai.iV
South Oninlut Mtu Stotk.
Sooth Omaha, Feb ST.-CATTI.K-llwelpln,
2,llieadi lltltn IVilllw., $.liAfil.2il; lino to
lano liw., $.1 wna an; wxi to urn Un., $.'.8nr;i.2nj
chokeiows. $.' 40IW.W); oiumon cows, SLfiiKA
2.2.1; ifood feederf. $.'.tiiIW 2.1; common feed
ers. $S 25W SO. Market eaker.
UOOS-lteielpts. H.dUl, hi nil; llulil. $l.TflC6
4,M; nilied. $t.7Ja.bU; heavy, HM'J.i.f.H.
Market Ri lower: olosul stronu.
SHKKl'-Heeeliits.U.Vl head: muttons, $2.25
0.1 2.1; lambs, $2 BOaa.7,1. .Market .teady.
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NEWS OF NEBRASKA.
BRIEF BUT PITHY MENTION OF TH
HAPPENINGS OF A WEEK.
Hewn Wlilrli Tell the .Story of Seven Day'
Crimes anil Caminltleii nnd Other Impor
tant Matter Arranged. Attractively and
Ohen In a l'ew U'ordi.
I Want Salaries Iledaced.
(JiiANU Island, Neb., Feb. 27. A
petition is being circulated for the re
duction of tho salaries of the mayor and
all city officials;
Kilted a Constable.
Lincoln, Feb. 28. A. B. Jones, station
agent of tho Missouri Pacific at Walton,
this county, shot and killed Jerry Peck,
constable, at Sprague.
Veteran lo Assemble at Beatrice.
Dkatkici:, Neb., Feb. 27. Tho South
western Grand Army of tho Republic
encampment will bo held in this city
March 8, Couunnndcr Church Howe and
Senior Vico Commander Adams will bo
Murderer Carlrtnn' Sentence (Impended.
Lincoln, Feb. 20. Charlos O. Carle
ton, sentenced to denth at Fremont for
the murder of August Gothman, will
not lw hanged March 23. The supreme
court has suspended tho sentence of
death until such time as it can review
Mailed Threatening Letter.
Nebraska City, Neb., Fob. 27. Tony
Columbus, nn Italian, wan arrested hore
on information from Omaha. He is ac
cused of sending threatening letters to
fellow countrymen nt Omaha. A deputy
United States marshal took the prisoner
Tribute to an Old Soldier.
Fort Nioiiuaha, Neb., Feb. 27. On
tho occasion of his retirement from the
United States army Fob. 21 Sergeant
Charles Dalilgreen of E troop, Sixth cav
alry, was presented with a splendid gold
headed cano by tho enlisted men of his
ling Thieves I'lead Onllty.
Tekamaii, Neb., Feb. 27 Henry
Betts, Sam Grover nnd Joe Shafer, who
had their trial last week for hog steal
ing, and were tmund oyer to the next
term of tho district court, have pleaded
guilty as charged and Judge Hopewell
sentenced them to the penitetiary for
tlireo years each.
To Kntertaln York County farmers.
York, Neb., Feb. 27. On the 1st and
2nd of March tho York County Farmers
institute will hold its second annual
meeting in this city. The citizens aro
making extensive preparations to give
tho visiting members a grand reception.
Two or thrco of tho faculty of tho State
university will lw present and deliver ad
dresses Intercnted In Irrigation.
ILumibON, Neb., Feb. 27. Tho deep
interest taken in tho irrigation question
continues to grow in this section. A
county irrigation association was organ
ized here, which will !e an auxiliary to
tho Northwestern association. A legisla
tive coniniittco composed of J. II. Cook,
J. B. Burko and E. E. Livennore was
recommended to tho district association.
Hell Akin a Free Man.
O'Nkill, Neb., March 1. Judgo Bar
tow called tho caso of Dell Akin, in
dicted for conspiring to aid Barrett Scott,
tho embezzling Holt county treasurer, to
escape from tho officers. The atato was
not ready to pioeeod and tho prosecutor
dismissed tho caso on his own motion.
Scott was given n change of venue and
will lie tried next month in Cuming
Ulg Victory For the Colon raelflc
Noutii Plattk, Nob., Feb. 27. In the
caso of Sullivan against tho Union Pa
cific Railway company, the jury re
turned a verdict in favor of tho defend
ant. This is one of a dozen casee now
pending in tho district court nnd grow
out of tho great prairio fire which started
at Nichols and swept into North Plntto
on April 7 last. Total losses from tho
fire aggregated $75,000.
i:iuplo-4 to Hate Hearing.
Omaha, March 1 Employes of the
Union Pacific aro to havo a hearing upon
the wage question and will bo invited to
meet President Clark, of the system,
and others whom ho may select March
V in conference, said conferenco to con
tinuo from day to day until nn agree
ment Is reached. This much has been
ordered by tho circuit court of the Unit
ed States, Judges Caldwell and Sanborn,
who issued tho order upon application of
General Solicitor John M. Thurston.
Father Corbott Kxcoininunlrated.
Liwxiln, Neb., March 1. Bishop Bon
noun has iu-sucd an order of excommu
nication iignin.it Father Corbett, sentenc
ing him to thrco yoara' suspension from
pniticlpating in tho euclmrist and to un
dergo a pennuco of that length In a mon
astery near Montreal, Canada. Tills sen
tenced has been passed without a trial 1
liclng accorded tho accused, his offense
licing the bringing of the bishop into a
civil court on u ciiminal charge. Father
Corlx'tt lias refused to obey this sentence
also and the bishop has began suit in a
justice's comt in Palmyra to eject the
priest fiom tho parish residence.
J. STERLING MORTON EFFIQY CASE.
X. T. White Com let ed of Criminal I Joel
ARulust the Secretary.
Nkiiiiabic.v City, Nob., March t. Tho
caso of tho commonwealth of Nebraska
against ',. T. White, charged with crim
innl libel against Secretary of Agricul
ture J. Sterling Morton nnd his son, the
libel being tho hanging in effigy of the
rccretaiy a few weeks ago, was heard
Tuctdny. A jury was secured with somo
difficulty and a number ot witnesses, testi
fied, their ovideneo generally being very
damaging to White's case. Tho jury
were out but a few minutes when they re
turned with a verdict of "guilty aa in-
utcUHi'. 'j. no jiouauy for tho onenso Is
a due of $TU0 or six months in the county
jail or both at the discretion of the wart, ,
The jury rccoiut4ed leniency. j
Oingreumen I'encoand Flthlau llotli Made,
Wasiiinoton. Feb. 21. Tho t( 'iff"
(uestion came up In quito an uncxp( ml1
way in tho senato Wednesday and for
two hours it held tho floor to thcexdu
lion of all other business. Tho ma r'
was Indirectly allnded to by Senator
Voorhcoc, who arose to a question of
Erivilego to deny a nowspnper stateintnt
idicnting tho Democratic mcmlwrs of
tho finance committee were submitting.'
to tho president's dictations in matters re
lating to the tariff bill. After tho denial
by Sonator Voorheos, Senator Chandler
precipitated the discussion of tho day by
an inquiry aa to the part that Senator
Mills is performing in the consideration,
of tho bill in committee, and whether ho.
Is still acting as the proxy of Senator Mc-'
Pherson sinco the latter's return to tho
city. Senator Voorheea at first requested
BonBtor Chandler to read Tho Record for
his information, but when tho New
Hnmpshlro senator insisted upon a direct
answer, Sonator Voorhecs finally declared
it was no businoss of the Benator how
tho finance committee considored tho bill.
This provoked an era of acrimony and
for tho next hour senatorial courtesy had
no place in tho senate. Mnny senators
accused each other of unworthy acts ami
Senator Vest finally quoted from tho
record in an attompt to provo that Sena
tor Chandler had promised to tako cavo
of certain officials in tho southern states
in 1870 if they wonld decido ngalnat tho
Democrats and in favor of Hayes for
tho presidency. Tho controversy was
finally brought to n closo by Senator Mo
Phorson and Senator Mills both explain
ing their positions.
Washington, Feb. 21. SerKeant-ut-Arms
Snow of the houso arrested sover.il
members on the floor' of tho houso for
having absented themselves from tho ses
sion. The arrest of mombors on tho floor
is almost without precedent. Speaker
Crisp has directed tho sorgeant-at-arms
to execute tho warrant of arrest without
referenco to tho place where members are.
Washington, Feb. 22. Washington's
birthday session of tho houso was marked
by tho most turbulent nnd dlsordeily
scenes of tho yenr. Mr. Bland, clinging
to tho idea ha could obtain a quorum for
his motion to close debate on tho seign
iorage bill and nettled by his continued
failure for tho past week, refused to al
low tho houso to adjourn over tho na
tional holiday. Whon tho house met
Thursday morning, however, although
ho still declined to entertain any projiosi.
tion to compromise with tho opponents
of the monsure, upon tho representations
of certain western representatives that
they would cease filibustering and sup
port the moasure if ho would givo
additional time for dobate, ho moved
that the debato continuo until Saturday,
bnt ho did not get a vote on his nmendul
. Wasiiinoton, Feb. S3. Tho mcmliers
of the house under arrest were finally
discharged from custody Friday by dis
pensing with further proceedings under
the call. It required four hours to ac
complish this, nnd although tho scones of
disorderly turbulonco which character
ized Thursday's proceedings were not 10
pentod the proceedings were fully as in
teresting. Tho Democrat were evidently
very anxious when tho houso met to ex
tricate thcmstlvos from tho complica
tions arising from tho wholesale nrrest of
mombers, but by flank movements, tho
Republicans succeeded in preventing this
until the wholo situation was thoroughly
ventilated. Perhaps tho most interesting
feature of the day, barring Bland's bitter
phillipic against tho filibustering Demo
crate, was tho verbal duel between Mr.
Reed and Mr. Turner over tho question
of a quorum a question just now of
preeminent importance in houso circles.
Wasiiinoton, Fob. 24. Tho houso was
again without a quorum on the Bland bill.
Wabhinoton, Fob. 20. Tho proceed
ngs in tho houso Monday woro full of
exciting incidents. Mr. Bland being un
able to secure a quorum, concluded to
allow tho debato on tho bill to proceed
at tho samo timo declaring that ho would
return to the assault Tuesday. Two sen
sational speeches followed, ono by Mr.
Pence (Colo.), who denounced tho Re
publicans for submitting to tho crack of
ex-Speakor Reed's whip nnd warned him
that if the election of tho president was
thrown into tho house in 1800 ho would re
new his filibustering, and tho other by
Mr. Fithian (Ills.), who condemned in
tho severest terms tho action of his Dem
ocratic colleagues who were taking part
in tho filibuster. Towurd tho eluo of
tho session Mr. Pence's reflection on
Messrs. Picklor and Ellis (Or.)drow forth
from them a statement which Mr. Penco
characterized as "absolutely untrue."
Ho was twice called to order and tho
homo by n vote refused to allow him to
Wasiiinoton, Feb. 20. Tho bcnnto
held but u short session Mondliy in order
to givo tho Democrats nn opportunity aft
erwards to continuo tho caucus liegun in
tho morning. Mr. Morgan, chnirmnu of
tho committeo on foreign relations, pre
sented tho report on Hawaiian investiga
tion, and Mr. Fryo (Mo.) gavo notico that
on Wednesday ho would address tho sen
hto on that subject. In tho repoi t of
fered by Mr. Morgan, ho indorses all tho
actions of Minister Stovens except hid
declaration of a protectorato by tho
United States over Hawaii.
Wasiiinoton, Feb. 27. Mr. Pence's
speech of Monday, in which ho struck
right and left at his colleagues, cut n
prominent figure in Tuesday's proceed
ings. Mr. Pence's referenco to Mr.
Haiuer had been incorrectly reported and
rising to a question of privilege ho took
occasion to apologize for the personalities
ho had indulged in, but Mr. Cooper (hnl.)
was uoi sansneu ana gavo mm a severe
scoring. Again Mr. Bland was uuahlo
to muster a quorum ou bis motion to
closo debato ou the seigniorage bill, so ho
allowed tho debato to run on witlio it
Wasiiinoton, Feb. 27. Iho tanato
hold another brief session Tuewlay, in
which nothing of importnnco wiu ac
complished and adjourned after an exec
utive session of half an hour in order
that the Democratic caucus might be
IS AS SAFE AND HARMLESS AS
A. n.azE Seed Foialtloe. .
It la nppliod right to tho parts. It curoa all disoosoa of womon. Any
lady can uao it horaolf. Sold by at.t, DRUOrGISTS. Mailed to any
addroBa on rocolpt of $1.
Dr. J. A, Media & Co., 3 and 4 Panorama Placo, ObloaffO, HL
JFor utile by Ij Cutting.
A. H. Gray, the Insurance Man, Red Clqud.
Is now prepared to insure you in that well-known company,
The Home of New York.
Walt for him; lie will call on you In n Tew days. You caa my
money nnd got more sitf Uftictory Insurance than from nay
other man. lie has exclusive control of Tour counties.
And a cold one too,
But we have a bigger snap for people who
want a Heating Stove.
We have a few heaters left from our Winter
Stock that we are closing out at
Come in if you want a Heater.
They all go !
We would rather carry over the money than
to carry over the stoves.
iv e are in it on
The best at the lowest price on earth for the ' y
Next - 30 - Days
Baker Wire $2.85, Glidden 2.75.
A. MORHART & SON.
Served Exclusively to the
21477212 People admitted to
the World's Fair Grounds.
Leading nn coffee of the World.
For sale only by Sherwood & Albright. '
A cnuciiH of tho republican votorn of
Red Cloud city is called to meet nt tho
court Iioufo in Itod Cloud on tho Odi day
of March, 1801, lit 7:30 o'clock p. m. for
tho piu4iofco of nominating candidates
Mftor, city olcilc, troi surer nnd police
Caucuses of Iho wards will bo laid at
iho samo placo nt tho eamo timo for the
purposo of nominating councilman for
11. H, Fulton, Chairman.
It. M. MoNitt, Sec'y.
Anyono needing painting, kakoinining
or paper hanging will Bavo monoy
calling on V. V. Hadloy, lied Cloud Nod
Shop flrst door west of Miner's store.
.. . .
I havo n fow thouHiind dollars of ri
viitn u.onoy to loan on first c!obh furim
on live j ears timo or leps
fJro. W, n.MiKr.n.
CurtEvntiB hiiBoverytlnngjou want ir
tliOBCCoud-huudf jrnituroline, See him
Dluo Front, eouth Webster street.
riarn w irp nuit ..
accepted as the
Any porson living in tho country or in
any of tho neighboring towns who har
organs that need repairing or cleaning
can havo them promptly attondod to by
addressing, W.m. W. Tuu.kyh,
Uod Cloud, Nob.
Aro You in ccdf
Want a partner
Want a situation,
Want u sorvant girl.
wV1tt lS "'.'l1 fluItor rnin
wunt to J ml buyers for anything,
V ant to sell or buy cattio or horwi,
antto sollortrado anything.
Want to poll lioiiRohold goods
Want to sell anything,
vant to rent rooms.
I 'sit Tin: Oijiit'h Want Column.
Mii nnnMf N'nvra nnr, Blatonrwil
zrof Un-ClirlHlInn U'omi.ii'rt board of
MlWHWlll, will pl 41.n Pl..afl.
otmroh Sunday I-Mirimry 11th, at 3:3.,
bMly.n,v.i,.,l to coms'out &
VM. ..V. .
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