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THE BED CLOUD CHIEF, BED CLOUD, NEBRASKA, FRIDAY, FKB. 1. 1895
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Ouco ontho rnndho and Jnkcylind
sussed iKjforo on their journey togotlior
to Clmlf niioogti. Mnynnrd took infiulto ,
(Hiking over their "enm-
jKilgn," us liornllod tho minion thoy
(had luirjJiiou. Jnkey boenmo moro puff
ed up with pvldo nt Imvlng been with
t!io coloin.l on that occasion than 1 lav
ing ritlil'iii with him into Tullahoma. !
Others hurt bron on bin stnflf on tho lat
ter occ.y:l('ii, but ho, Jaku Slack, nlone,
Iliad b(K it hi boon companion, his eon
lldelitlnl lrlcud, en his mission to Chat
tnunogn. When Jnt.'oy considered thin
double honor, ho ft' It that ho must rer
ninly Imvo boon born in uniform mid
deprived of it by ko:uo malignant fairy
noon niter coming into tho world.
, Tho (J'mttniioogn road was by no
rurans tU.surtod. Vngons under gunnl,
t scnuriors, nft oWcers followed by or
'devlloi, clttzons, negroes, indeed nil
wanner of peoplo mid vohlolcs passing
between lliodltfcront corps of tho Army
of tho Cumborlnnd, mot tlioin or woro
(pa-"f;cd by them on tho way.
"Jakey, 'mid tho colonol, "I remain-
tor uvcrymoment cf tlio timo when I
' camo nlong lliis road on my wuy back
lrom Clint tnuooga. I was trnvoling, ns
ilio dignitaries say, incog."
"Yor im nn by tliol of they'd n know
, cd what it 'portaut person y' war they'd
showed l!ior rcspuo by hangin y'."
"Exm tly. Thoy would havo put rot
ral feet Lilweon initio and tho waving
. '(BUMnur irst-- below. You havo a for
cible way of expressing yourself, Imt
" "considering that I'm thosnbjoct of your
remark my throat fools oloarorntmy
. own mcru deJicato drawing of tho pic
"Heol.cn," naid .Takey, with proper
soloiuiiily, remembering that tho lopio
was likely to wound tho colonel's fool
"Ou Hint occasion, Jakoy, I did not
. oneot oven n uiulo without my lioart
jumping up into my throat. "
"A repn harness must a skeored y'
"Especially when I noticed tho knots
, ,j;inlt. lint- pnrlously, Jakey, that experi-
6nco has filled mo with a peculiar drend.
low, Biippoio ho mo day n Coufodornto
' py should fall into my hands."
' "Keckoii yor'd liov lots o' fun hang
' You'ro far out of tho way thoro, my
ltttlo Solomon. I fear it would bo abso
lutely lmp(iMibIo for mo to do Kuch n
. duty if rciiulrcd of mo."
"Yor needn't tako him, in tho first
"It inighl bo my duty to do bo."
"Y' imiught do liko Tom. Tom, ho
. can't imvi'i kco mo when I want tcr
. drivo 'im ontcn pastur. Ho can soo well
nud v lion 1 get n car o' corn fo' 'im,
"A gornl iiten, Jakey. With that sub-
tlo sophistry of yours you could reasou
. a Methodist, minister into danoing n
hornpipe, tut I fear it's hardly sound
. enough to uunblo ono ho usod to decoiv-
lug others itw 1 was when a scout to do
, celvo hlttiiudf I hhould do my best,
should I liihu ;t spy, to turn him over."
F "S'postn 'ivixr a womau?"
I "Oh, liOicl. Jakey, don't suppose nny
r:.uch thing. I'd havo to do my duty in
, jijtbat ciuo juRt too samo us if nho wero
iBi niau. Vli;til:ind of a looking 'go
'.'cart4 it thul cvnlug down tho road?"
A harm m visible in tho distanots
its long nits): i.ti'chtd out in front cf
its body, couilugvl award thorn at a rapid
gait. Tho itUtlhji: of a buggy which it
drugged lonrindod tho colonel of tho
twuad of it nvtvly recruited regiment.
"Within Mil :t woiiHU in a striped dress.
I.miuboiinot mul gba:os. In short, Jakey
.clacl: at ono'.i r'jcoraiizod bis old friend,
"Howdy, Mis! SMtrgs," ha said f3
lho droTo by.'
aiits Ilaggrt wiw to sphinx she had
twou to Jakey when In met her near
'Xullulioma. Blio levdhd her spectaolea
l-t him, but bad ito n.cogultiou what
ever for hiui.
"Who's your frbuidl' asked Mttv-
; hard as tho buggy ruittal away.
. "xnot'B Aliss Uag(.',s, ".naid Jakoy.
"aub Wuvu cuss iiagRsr
' Jakov'.nnnKed a lonir whilo boforo raJ
plying. 'Thoro was a problem in his1
.xuiud suggested by tho moating of Mist'
OJaggs so coon lifter his, conversation
with tho colonel about capturing a
tvroman tqiy, for Jakey lu.vl & suspicion
1 that Miss Dnggs was in somo way n
"Waal," ho said at lentil, "I reck
on she's sweet on Eats. "
" Jukoy, "' taid tho colonel, 'thoro is
occasionally n lucidity nbout your ex
planations it .shining brightness, -which
stakes my eyes blink. Dut on the pres
ent occasion I think there is .dm.t in
them. Would you mind giving no n
pointer lis to your meaning? By hats
do you nir nn rodents?"
"What's lodonU?" aslcod Jokey.
MeaiiMjhilo I lio rattling of .Mlhs Ha.ig'
.fcu-zgy was dying away in ths dihtaune.
i"ltoal rats are rodouts "
"Not Ihom wis. Rats is n corporal iu
Slajor Bnrkn's critter company."
. . "Tho corporal's nacio i. qnito appro
priate to Ibo oiio you havo given his
vofjlmont. Tho woman iu tho baggy
look3 as it nho'd mal.o .t lit vivandioro
to u 'crittor company' and a lit swoot
heart for n corporal of tho name of
Jakey inado no reply to (his. Ho was
tarltloutly weighed down with soma con
cealed runoubibllity. TJio colonol tried
Jpdrawhini ajgninjnto cvjjverration. j
lint cvon "thoir oampalgiw" wero 'not
' sufficient. At lust tho colonol, realizing
t"it thoy woro
near thoir ilostlnatlon
I iinu nis youug lYim, uocamu ouuujuuu
j by his own thoughts. Buddeuly ho
j'Caught sight of n largo framo houso sot
back from tho road. Ho gazed upon it
I with a singular mingling of different
j f oelings. In it ho had first mot his wifo,
in it sho had concealed him from men
nnd hounds, and thoro sho was now,
bis wifo nnd tho mother of thoir babo.
Ho gavo his horso the spurs. Jakoy sud
denly drow rein.
"Colonoll" ho called.
"Confound Miss Baggsl What of
"Eockon thar's Romcp'n wrong 'bout
"What do you mean?"
"Mebbo she's a 'Fodorto spy."
"You littlo imp. why didn't yon toll
mo that beforo?" cried tho colonol an
grily. "Waal, I hain't sarfin 'bout it no
how, 'n I thought yor moughtu't liko
fo' to hold outer a woman."
"Jakey," said tho colonol imprcsslvo
ly, "you havo dono very wrong. Yon
should havo told mo of yonr suspicions
at once. Eoinembor I'm a colonel com
manding a brigado in tho Union army. "
Tho colonol sat irresolute What
fdiould lie do? Miss Baggs was now
miles away. Jakoy only suspootod her.
His young wife, whom ho had not soon
for iioarly n year, was within a stouo's
throw of him. Suddenly ho drovo tho
Fpurs again into his horso' flanks and
rodo on to tho gateway of tho planta
tion. Thcro was no need to open tho
gato, for thcro was no gato to open. Tho
two rodo ou to tho houso through an
avonuo of troos, and Colonol Mayuard
dismounted boforo his horso rcachod tho
foot of tho stops leading up on to tho
veranda. A youug woman flow through
tho open front door with all tho iuipulso
of n summer storm. In a moment sho
and Colonol Mayuard woro closoly lock
ed in each other's arms.
Jakoy sat on old Tom, vlowing this
collision very much as ho would watch
two tompost clouds meet in tho sky.
"Reckon them uus hez got it bad," ho
romarked sotto voce and with a solem
nity that was intended to bo reveren
tial. Colonel Maynard's brigado went into
camp on tho rivor bank some fivo or six
miles from tho plantation. Tho colonol
insisted on having Jakoy Slack with
him permanently and sont him homo to
ask his father's permission, Jakoy at
tho same timo bearing an invitation to
his sister to visit Mrs. Mayuard, ro-en-forcod
by a special request from tho
colonel that it bo accepted. Jakoy buc
oecdod iu obtaining tho desired permis
sion, aud after much hesitation Souri
decided to accept. Jakey ontered tho
army as a drummor boy, but was not
called upon to flourish tho sticks. Ho
was nt ouco detailed for duty ut brigado
headquarters nil olork in the assistant
adjutant general's department as a con
venient way of making him confidential
factotum to tho colonol commanding.
Upon getting on tho bluo and brass
of a Union soldier Jakey was very
proud of himself, and when placed in
closo confidential relationship with tho
commander of a brigado ho nearly burst
with tho emotions generated by tho dig
nity of his position. He was of great
nso to tho colonel, who at once appoint
ed him dispatch bearer between himself
and Mrs. Mayuard. Tho domestic noar
ncss of this office only rendered tho boy
moro consequential. Ho snubbed not
only tho orderlies attached to tho head
quarters of tho brigado, but would oc
casionally approach disrespect toward
tho officers of tho staff. As this was
largoly thoir fault, for they were con
tinually trying to ainuso themselves at
Jakoy's oxpenso, thoy boro it good na
turcdly. "Why don't yoa carry that noto like
any other mosscngcr, " said ad aid to
Mm rrnn iiv. "In vnnr linHV
"Coz I hain't liko any othor messen
ger, " retorted Jakey. "D'y reckon a
man what carries tho colonol 'h prlvato
.corresponden' nir a common orderly?"
As thcro was no gainsaying his argu
ment without a seeming detriment of
tho personal dignity of tho brigado com
lUKider, Jakey hold tho field.
It'Tuw nbont a week after tho arrival
of Colonol Mnynnrd nt tho Fuin planta
tion. Jlo had roturned to his hendqunr
tors. Lmirn v.-na sitting at work on t-omo
part of it'io "recruit's" uniform, whllo
tho mla Jufoni a September storm bent
against tliH -window panes. Souri was
with her, ivid ns Colonel Mnynnrd was
cxpectiug urdoM to cro-s tho river with
his brigade hit two had secured Sou
ri's promfre vnnmain nt tho plantation
till tho clof,o of tho campaign which
t.vns nbont to '.yen. Souri was up stairs
ft'lininif-'torhic rfo tho wants of tho
ycvmjjor Mnyna.n.', to whom nho was do
voi'd. Ho droppiivl to sleep, nnd leaving
tliuvhnmbor on tiUoo sho descended to
tho tVting room. A she entered sho
glnnooi out of tho window.
"Gnu gracious! Jf thcro isn't Miss
They s.Mt' through tho rain n horno
nnd buggy m ikiua, a rapic' turu througli
tht cntoway. .
Miss Baggs?" askod Laura
"I mot her when coming from the
north. Sho got through tho Union
linos by playing tho part of a country
girl. I mot hor again on this side, and
sho was a lady. Sho's coming up to tho
Bobby Leo camo up tho drivoway at
such n rapid gait as to astonish tho two
women looking out of tho window. Tho
horso had scarqely stopped in front of
tho houso whon Miss Baggs, throwing
down tho reins, rushed up tho steps and
knocked loudly at tho door.
"Go and seo what sho wants, Souri.
You'vo mot hor before."
Souri wont quickly to tho door.
When sho openod it and Miss Baggs
saw the girl sho had mot botwoon tho
lines, for n moment her countenance
brightened. Thon suddenly her expres
sion changed on remomboring that Sou
ri was a Union girl.
"I'vonotlmo to explain anything.
Call soino ono, quick, to drivo my bug
gy to tho barn and hido mo. "
Now, Souri know woll enough that
Miss Baggs was working in tho causo
of tho Confederacy. But bIio saw a
woman in trouble, and this in her oyos
obscured nil olso. Sho ushored Miss
Baggs into tho room whero Laura sat
"This girl wishes to rest with ns
awhile I'm going to tako hor horse to
Without waiting for a reply sho went
out, and jumping into tho buggy drovo
it around to tho barn. Thoro sho direct
ed Undo Dunicl, who ruled tho stables
of tho plantation, to put both horso aud
buggy iusido and shut tho doors. Hav
ing soon this attended to, showeut back
to tho houso.
Meanwhile Miss Baggs stood faco to
faco with Laura Mayuard.
"This is n Confederate household, I
boliovo," said tho fugitivo.
"Thank God, yon are ono of ours."
"What, Federal?" She turnod pale.
"Then for heaven's sako toll mo what
"I am a Coufoderato married to a
Thoro worn nnlck sncijessivo flashes
of hujio umt ..... on itltbs Baggs' .faco.
"And you will not givo mo up?"
"Givo you up? What do you mean?"
"I nm in tho Confederate socret serv
ice I havo just been recognized by a
Union soldier a cavalryman. Ho was
not mounted, while I was in my buggy.
I heard him cry halt. I gavo my horso
tho whip, and beforo the mau could
mount I was away and soon turned bo
hind a wood. Thcro is a fork in tho
road. I took tho loft road, loading hero.
Ho must have taken tho other, which
loads nowhere. Ho will disrovor his
mistake tnrn back nnd tako tho right
road. This is tho first houso ho will
pass, and ho will suroly como in to ask
if you havo soon mo. "
"Yon will not betray mo?"
Lanra thought of tho coming of her
husband one night months ago, flying,
as this womau was flying, for his lifo.
"No, rost easy on that score. I will
do all I can for you."
Thcro was but littlo timo for action,
lor tho words were scarcely spoken bo
foro a cavalryman dashed past on tho
road. Ho was throwing mud and water
behind him, his boots heavy with moist
Tennessco clay. Noticing tho houso,
as Miss Baggs predictod, ho drow rein
aud eutorod tho gateway. Ridiug up to
tho verauda, ho shouted:
"Get in there, quick," said Laura,
pushing tho hunted woman into a closet.
Then going out onto tho veranda sho
sternly demunded of tho niun whut ho
"Did you seo a woman go by hero
junt now in nn old farm buggy?"
"No such person has passed. "
"Aro you pcoplo iiero Union or Con
"Yon must excuse" me, ma'nm, but
I think I'll look nbout for mysolf n
"You will do no such thing."
"Recaiwo thin houso is protected by tt
"That doesn't inclndo rebel emiixa
r!c4. I shall ninko n search."
"If you do, yon will regret it. "
"I shall report yon to Colonel May
uard, commanding tho th brigade."
"You Jjftvo tomo JuiJucuco with tho
"TAKE A DROP. SWEETHEART."
colonel, I supposo, " said tho soldier,
"I should havo. I'm his wife. "
"Tho devil you are," in nn under
tone Thon nloud: "Woll, ma'nm, if
yon aro Colonol Maynard's wifo, that
cuds it. I don't seo how n Union colo
nel's wifo can givo aid nud comfort to
a robel tolcgraph worker, for that's
what tho woman is," and lifting his
hat ho rodo away.
Returning to tho parlor, Laura found
Souri there, just from tho barn. Tho
closet door was opened, nud Miss Baggs
"Is ho gone?"
Taking Laura's hand, MlsnDngg3 cov
ered it with kisses; then turning to Sou
ri sho throw hor arms nbout her neck.
Mrs. Fain camo into tho room, nud
soolng a stranger drow back.
"Mamma," said Laura, "this lady
comes to us much as Murk ouco camo
from tho othor sldo. Sho is chasod for
"A Confederate?" nsked Mrs. Fain.
"A Confederate heart nnd hand,
body and soul," exclaimed Miss Baggs.
"Ono sympathizing with our cause is
wolcomo hero. Unfortunntcly my fam
ily is brokon bydiverso sympathies. My
husband is exiled on account of his
sympathies with tho Federal cnuse. My
son is fighting for tho Confederacy. My
daughter hero is tho wifo of a Federal
offlcor. My own sympathies aro all with
"And now, " said Laura, "if you will
como with mo I will get you 6omo dry
"I will, but first lot mo know to
whom I am iudobted for nil this kind
noss. Tho family name is"
Miss Baggs, controlled an ejaculation
"And yon aro Laura Fain?"
"I was. I am now Laura Mayuard.
Yon seom to at least havo heard of mo."
"I havo heard of you. I am a Vir
ginian. You onco vihited iu Virginia.
I was then iu Italy studying art."
"And yon aro"
Thcro was a brief silcnco before tho
guost replied. Sho seemed deliberating
whethor to mako herself known or not.
"Botsy Baggs," she said at last, and
it was evident that if sho had another
name alio would not rovoal it.
Supper was announced, nftcr which
Miss Baggs asked to bo shown to a room
whero sho could rest. A servant was
summoned, who lod her to tho guest
chamber, and setting tho lamp on a ta
ble loft hor to hersolf.
When tho servant disappeared, Miss
Baggs turned tho key in the lock and
then carefully examined tho walls, with
a viow to discovering if thoro were
openings through which any eyo could
peer into tho room. Her narrow oscape,
tho last of a number of such episodes,
had partly unnerved hor, and sho sat
down in a cair to rest, languidly closing
her eyes. But not for long. Rising, she
drew from tho pockot of her dross
every ono knows that thcro is no better
plaoo of concoalment than a woman's
pocket a small bundlo of papers.
Spreadiug thorn out on tho tablo, she
drow hor chair near it, and after onco
moro casting her eyo about tho room be
gan to study thorn.
Miss Baggs had been cndoavorlng to se-
euro tho information requlrod as to tho
methods of tho general commanding tho
Army of tho Cumberland in following
tho rotrcntiug Confederates ovor sluco
tho request had been mudo of hor In
Juno provlons. Hero it was Soptombor,
nudelin had effected nothing. Truo,
sho had taken a number of dlspatchos
in cipher from tho wires, but they wero
very long, nnd tho longer tho niessago
tho moro difllcult sho had found them
to decipher. Within n fowdays sho had
intercepted two very Bhort ones. Taking
thorn from thoso beforo her, sho began
to study ono consisting of only a fow
It rend as follows:
Washington, Aug. 6, l&u.
Bniilci hern nniiy tlui Hmjuniin cat to for
your rrjxirt slilnnry ilnlly urn lulvancothucurt
orilcr.i of jxm'intitory upnlausu.
Hero Is tho other, n littlo longor:
WASHINGTON, Sopt. 3, lfra.
Concrrsi Ions with ns inlvlxo upjiliuno iii.ir
b'.o jour imU! your nso to jnrty tvnt con
nect ixioii to inoveim nti hpot Ills ordered as to
Km ton litil of nnd left ordered lienjnmlu.
Taking up tho dispatcli sho had in
tercepted when tho Army of tho Cum
berland began to advance nnd fiomo pa
pers showing that sho had been trying
to decipher it, sho began to look them
over. This is tho dispatch:
MunmEwnono, Jnna 23, 1803.
Volunteers Garfield with circling between
you possession turn nnhu coliBumblo nttoRet
that poulblo by movo Dcnjnmln pony chlf
rapidity n round thnt put of tho hours rendy
ghlnglo to notice enemy's Tullahoma your
point tho hy of polllwou of plateau Niggard If
deslro nnd hopo forward to hnha movo uio
right I command and mountain order staff.
Miss Baggs had had this dispatch by
her sluco tho latter part of Juno nnd
had puzzled over it for ninny an hour.
Sho had never succeeded in finding n
key, but had nt last drawn something
of its meaning from tho jumblo of
words. After much study sho assumed
thut tho words, when laid down in their
proper order, would givo the proper
meaning. But them wero curtuhi v.otds
which cither did not mean anything i r
stood perhaps for some placoor guuer.r
Sho began by taking out n number cf
such words as "polllwog," "haha,"
"shingle" nnd "pony." Tho dispatch
was doubtless from Rosocrans, as tho
word Garfield (his chief of staff) np
poured, nud tho words "chief of staff"
woro scattered through It. Thoroforo
either Benjamin or Bumblo or Niggard
meaut Rosccrnns. bubscquont dispatch
es which fell into her hands had con
vinced her that Rosccrans was desig
nated as Benjamin. Then sho began to
try to fit words togother in this wise:
between Tullnhomu nnd Niggard
Circling around tlui mountain plateau
I deslro thut you get owilon If poralblo
a point between Tullahoma and Niggard
Movo with rapidity
Ily order of Uuujamln (Iloxecrans) Uarfleld
chief of staff.
Other groupings gnvo her bettor ro
suits till sho obtained tho following:
To Bumblo (probably a cavalry general on
tho left flank) lio ready to movo at an hour's
notice. I deslro thnt you turn tho enemy's
right. Movo your command if lowilblo by cir
cling nround tho mountain plateau. Get pox
Resslon of n point lctwecu Tulluhomn nnd Nig
gard (probably somo point In rear of tho
southern urmy) with rapidity. 13 order of
Rosucmns, Oarlleld, chief of HtafT.
Tho deciphering, so far as it went,
was of no avail, sinco it did not como
in time, but it helped her with tho
shorter and oasler dispatches, which
sho now attacked. Sho began with this
Banks hern army tho Benjamin cat to for
your report shlnney dully aro ndvanco tho curt
orders of peremptory npplaiuc.
Miss Baggs had learnod that a proper
namo preceded all thesu cipher dis
patches, possibly having something to
do with tho key. At any rate, sho throw
out tho first word (Bonks) and tho
words "cat," "shlnnoy" and "cart" as
check words. ' 'Benjamin, ' ' alio assum
ed, meant Rosocrans. "Applauso" must
bo tho slgnaturo of tho sender, aud ns
tho dispatch was from Washington it
was probably either Lincoln, Stanton
or Hallcck. Tho word "to" taken with
"Bonjamin" must moan "To Roso
crans," and "peromptory" and "or
ders" evidently must go togother. Tho
word "advance" doubtless explained
tho two other words. This only left
"report" and "daily" as words of im
portance. Thcso combinations did not
como at once, but aftor getting them
sho inferred thnt Rosccrans had per
omptory orders to advauco and report
daily to Washington.
"I havo got something nt last," sho
exclaimed, getting up from her chair
and walking back and forth excitedly.
"This is indeed important"
Then sho took up tho second dispatch:
Congress long with on ndvNo applauso mar
Mo you posalblo your ugo to party was con
nect soon to tnovi laciits npnt hit ordered as to
Burtoa pin of nnd left ordered Bun jumln.
Again tho words "to" and "Benja
min" wero put together, nnd tho words
"congress," "murble, " "party" and
"spot" (trlckcu out as checks. Tho dis
patch, being longer than tho other, was
moro difficult of interpretation. It was
somo time beforo tho student was satis
fled with her eil'orts. Sho inferred from
it that somo one was ordered to connect
with somo ono else. Shu know that tho
Confederate generals feared that Burn
sido might connect with Rosocrans. So
it was probablo that Burton mount
Burnslde, who was at Knoxville, and
that ho had been ordcrod to connect
With Rosocrans' loft "as soon as possi
ble" Tho remaining words evidently
meant, "Bumsldo also directed to re
port his movements to you. "
(To bo continued.)
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intee. For a Lnmo Back or Chesty use)
BhHoH'8 BELLADONNA PLASTKft.2SO.
.mi ..uirriiy Thlsremetlvismiaran
teed to euro you. rrico.OOcta. In Joe tor f roe.
Milt'iiplioii, 1 1'vr Annum,
liivnrliilily In .tdvnnc
II nut paid In inhutico, lifter this tlnto March
I. UW. the price will be ?l ..
I'literi'il nt tl' 1'ont (Wire In l!cil Cloud, Nob. 4
hi mull tiuillerof tde necnlid ejm
ALL PRINTED AT HOME
It. .V M. It. Bt. Time Table.
rat, l.nntl FrelKlit, l-v 0 a.m.
in, )iteiiner. " Wio.", " ArlOiOOa. m
61, 1'Hit 1'relnllt. " 1 33 p. in. " 1 il0 p, m
COI Ml NOItTII
H.', Mixed Train, I.v I'.'.IO a. in. Ar l'.':05 p. m
ns, Tiist KrHiilit, I.v II ilfi a. in. Ar 10:3.-1 n. m
111. .Mixed TiMlll, " I2:W p, 111. " ll::n. Ill
IS, I'H'ifiiecr, " Siiop ni. " s:30p, in
The O. It. Miop,
lU't Cloud, . Nebraska.
1 give my peroonnl nttentiou to my
pitroiiK. Kirst-clnm shaving nnd hair H.
catting it Bpt-umlty.
4th Avknuk, - Red Cloud, Nkmiasiu.
FlrHt-i'liiHnbiirbrs nnd tlrst-oluss work
gtmrniitHwl Give meiienll
ptA.SK & .MoNITT,
ATTOIIXKYS AT LAW,
Moon Block, - RED CLOUD, NEB.
Collections promptly attended to, and1
QH .1 S. KMIHII,
Red Cloud. - - Nebhaska.
Over Tii)fir'M FurulinroNiorv.
Kxtructs teeth without pain.
Crown and limine work a himtUHv.
.'orcelaln lnla, nmi all Mi'iNnf tmtil linings.
Slakes cold ami ruMier plates and combination
All work gunnintci'd to he flrst-chui.
I W. TIJLMSYS, M. I).
Rert Cloud, . XehntsKii..
Offlie- npimslti. Vlr-d National Dank
II. h.K.Miinliiliii! tiiL'euii.
Chronic .llnHM treiicl w mill.
lieiniaii Insurance Co, I'reeport, 111.
ojal iuiii are ., J.lv.vp.!,,!. h.iKlutirl .
Homo Hie Iniiiraiico C f OihiiIih. Nehr.
rlni'iilx AfitunineeCo. ef London. Hint.
To .MaiicIieMer Hie AsstiraiicuCo of uiiclaml.
i iiariiiau Astn alien i'ii.. ot limlnn. Km.
I urlliiKton IiiiurHiirf Co. r lliirllniton.
nrillHh Aliiellea A-nuraiii'o Co. Toronto, (
i'."u,.f.1 I'"'r1' Klll"l 'He rtssti.oi N. V.
rPll JX IVilsb mall lhiil.il.... i
Tho Workman liuiMliiK ami Iiaii 'Association
Ollieo ovor iSliznr'a
Jpm "t6:3"l"n mid V I' SOU Juniors at
Cl'5nUJt.1''(!AT1,I,NA"' riitircli-Senlei'snt I":
fnS'ntinm '' m ,M,a Y V s c E Jun'
Clais Meeting at 10 atf
In so ! w.fin .. .
- m. HcrvicesatlO:3Ua tn
Effin-rvlces every two-
lm'nV? r,rj S'Sia'-Kwnr third Sunday
mornlni; at in o'clook.
CATHOLIC Church-Services by appointment.
B?,!,1"!!''-. "'""'np services, Hiui-
va v"tu'a""l"uii. iix i u at
-Sunday school nt 3 p m every Bun- sf
Aou W-Kaoh ftltuniHto Tuesday evening.
I) OF II Iteil Cloud LimIco No. -, A 0 II W.
n iinwt.'!V.vt'nA,,!1"'rll.a",,'m""1'y fvenliiK in i!
O U W linll. All aiu Invited to attend.
BKi?v nicht U"lKa ,No m' ' ,',v)rV Mon
CAth4iIif.!J,,0,,KrNo:a'Kl,lm" "' I'JthiM
J I'll Cloud Irtdtfi; Nn ran. Modern Woodmen
nt America iiiternaio Weiliienliir evenlnc
VAIilKV l.iih'o No R I'r'iterM"! drier nt I'nv
innnth.C,0rS' inl miX lUM Mo"l" t each
ijiiAi ii i,oiiuo .Noni , I' and A M each
i; I. LIOIIll Chapter N yj
lv iliursila evciilns.
It A M ulteruato
CvJn,v'tSViii"nil",u'ry V U ut'"'oT'"'
Cm. i. 1 1 " 'I'" r '""to" ii Mur No 17 uifots
! altur (nil iiuioii. Mrs.
inrer , ,,
- "L'.erJ.eloiiMho Iu
A It Mniiihiv even.
0 A !mi,!il.,,V, w ' N meets alt f i nate Snti
y iiiiliivnfUMniiiiii. f
M A)fX miI:v1!.S M'l I i:S UY Tt-iit No 1 1 lhtUKlit-
I J'HL1 '''''raijsMoniiMveveiilUL'.
I I 's1Jf,-y 'l'Y '-i No , S ol V Tuesday eve--U.,il.Lu,iJi!Jrijmirilayjiyeulnit.
lll'if1M'!;1,V,1!',,V"n!.11 ?" ,rt JyniyHiic u-k-
iilii", A,llL'"1-1 t wid third 1'rlday eve-
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