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Kcd Cloud Piro Department
August nth, 1393, )
Whkkiias, Duuth lirtB invaded our
ranks and taken from us our brothur,
aFrank Street, thereforo bo it
" Resolved. That, in tlio death of Frank
Street, lied Cloud Firo Department lias
lost ono of itri l09t membora.
R)6olvetl, That to tho frionds of the
docfaaed we tender our hoirt-felt eym
docfpaeii we ici
That thcEO resolutions bo
copied in tlio minute, a copy furnished
the press, and also tho family of tho do
ceased. II. K. Pond, )
.1. O. lJIJTLF.lt, iCom.
C. L. WiNFitr.v, )
Wheat I 03
Rye N , CO
iioss n . -i oo
Stock hogs '-' 00-'00
'Fatcnwx ' 50
Potatoes ,, '-'O
Chicken , 4
Sprim: Chickens 1 02 CO
Turkwya H ,J
Bailed HiVyV lr tonlO
Oastoria ia Dr. Samuel Pitcher prescription for Infants
and Children. It contain neither Opinin, Morphine nor
other Narcotic substance. It is a harmless substitute
for Paregoric, Drops, Soothing Syrups, and Castor Oil.
It is Pleasant. Its guarantee is thirty years use by
Millions of Mothers. Castoria destroys Worms and allays
feverisbness. Castoria prevents vomiting Sour Curd,
cures Diarrhoea and "Wind Colic. Castoria relieves
teething troubles, euros constipation and flatulency.
Castoria assimilates tho food, regulates the stomach
and bowels, giving healthy and natural sleep. Oas
toria is the Children's Panacea the Mother's Friend.
"OMtorl Ibm exceUent medicine for cb.1
teTMothert hA,o notedly told ma of Ito
WM , db. q. c. oiwood,
"" - r-mtAri Is tlie tHtwrnedy 'or children of
4)-hlXl am ao,uatatl. I?f
tor dlaunt when mowem w ;"" " - "
Sjof their chlldnin, and u. Castoria In-
SftaB their loved ojea, by forcto opium,
.( Jtl An-auJitlMr hAnal
" a-.mA rVtl "
i own bkit "- -'
k Ctaataw Oefayt
MHipgHM"' ' Wosfrjr '
, -.FT v "
Thi6 great cleaner comes to woman 'said
on wash-day and even' day. Makes her
vwork a matter of love instead of drudg
ery. Aryil. aoui every wncrc B
Made only by
The N. K. Fairbank
! Th ice ereuin nnd miko social will
b held at. G. W. Itiktr'K Saturday
eveuini in Plaeo of Pleasant Hill.
M. V. Stnrlui of Oskalnosii, Iowa, is
visiting 'A. IJ.irns.
Efl'o and Kdna Bogga of Uaveiijiort
thisi utate arc visiting thfir undo G. W
W. Mituliulland fam Ivof MoUook
Q'lar'frlv incutmi; w;is well attend
ed :i ml good suriiiun was pf-iioliud by
Br.i. Mt-tuulf haptiz d iMr. Malook
ami Miss Atiosliicr Sunday at this
Mips Mstnin HartitiH- ami brother
fpt-tiL Sunday in Kui.s.-is visiting their
Mr. John Young is visiting at this
The current tnmbcr of the Rand
MoNally OnlJocouimini a new gazeteer
of ettin, towns and health aud pleasure
resort of the UniUd Btaten, Canada and
Mexico. On khIu Hverywlinre. tirnd bd1
Horiptinu to l(!ti Ad iiih street, CIlluBgo.
'.' Caatorla la ao well adapted U ahlldren that
I recommend llaaiuperiortoany proacriptiOQ
known to me." ,
H. A. Aacnaa, II. D
( lit Bo. Oxford St., Brooklyn, K. Y.
" Oar phyalclans in ho children'! depart
meat have tpoken highly of their eaperl.
enco In their outside practice with Caatorio,
and although, we only, kaia among our
medical aappUea what U known aa ragular
prodneta,yetwoare free to cenftaM that the
merita of Custorla hai wan Jus to leek wKh
Iatot apon It"
Uiwtbd noarrrai. mo Bimnuir,
C. BiBrB, nt.i
Rkd Cloud. Webster County,
I'nrinerly 0MI1I vicinity, (Set .Tlnalf
rl on u Itlnli l'rcarlior uml nllur n n
allcurd Illicit love, mIihUi-n IiIiii ,llr.
Ili'lll? vna well known In UeU
Cloud, Iinvlng lived liero lor yenra.
TUT. IIIHTOKV OK TIIK CAME.
It will surprise a great many peo
ple to learn that when llov. Dr. W.D.
Mubry left Salt Lal.o on May lllst, ho
went direct to Windsor, Out.; that ho
waited thcro for Mrs. Iteilly to join
him, according to arrangements mado
beforo his departure; that when she
changed hnr mind ho followed her to
Milford, Kan , whero sho was visiting
Iut mother, at.d made a Guul attempt
to sec her, but witheut success.
After tlio arraignment of Dr. Mabry
mil Mrs. llcilly in the Third Distriot
Couit, upon the serious cliargo of hav
ing violated tho seventh command
ment, interest in the case, so far as
tho general public was concerned, ex
hibited a tendency to lag, but it ral
lied with renewed vigor when it was
announced exclusively in The Tribnno
ono morning that Dr. Mabry bad
quietly loft the city far Greenville,
III., the homo of his brother.
Upon tho heels of Dr. Mabry's de
parture tamo a well-defined rumor that
tho gentleman had sought the shelter,
ing shores ef Canada, whero ho was
impatiently waitiog tho arrival of
Acting upon this rumor, Tho Tri
bune set to work to unravel the mys
tery that had up to that timo so effect
ually bullied tho most industrious at
tempts at solution. Whether or not
its efforts in this direction wore suc
cessful, tho public is left to determine.
In tho interval that had occurred
botwoen tho arrest of Dr. Mabry and
his departuro from tho city, Attorney
W. G. Iteilly had been putting forth
every effort in hm power to sccuro
from his wifo a complete history of
her relations with the pastor, and
shortly after Dr. Mabry left the city,
he was rewarded by a statement i'rtm
her which placed him in possession of
the coveted information.
It appeared that Dr. Mabry had
pursued Mrs. Iteilly for nearly two
years, constantly pouring into her ear
tho story of his passionate lovo and
undying dovotioo, at times when ho
rihould havo been discussing with her
tho wolfaro of her own bouI,
Evon after she had writton him a
most pitiful letter in whioh sho do
olarcd that he had forced her to say
things that wero not dictated by her
heart, and in whioh sho said, "With
God's help I intend to stick by my
husband," like' a master of hypnetio
power ho drow her back to him and
added another link to tho chain of
Prior to Mr. Mabry's departure, bo
Mr. Iteilly says, tho doctor and Mrs.
Iteilly had perfeotcd their arrange
ments for an elopement. Ho had
given her money with whioh to pay
hor faro to Windsor, Ont., whero they
wero te meet, and had also made out
a sohodulo upon which sho was to
travel, togtlher with directions as to
her deportment on route
It might also bo addod that Mrs.
Roilly intended going, but whon her
husband discovered this fact, ho at
oneo began to disoourago her, and
told hor, among other things, that bbo
was not tho first woman into whose
ear tho revorond gentleman had pour
ed tho talo of his never-dying lovo.
This statement, together with cor-
tain proofs submitted by Mr. Roilly
aroused Mrs. Rally's suspicions, and
sho changed her mind.
In aeoordaaoe with this determina
tion, she did not leave for Windsor,
OsUria, at previously irrsigfld, bit
Neb., Friday, August
instead allowed her husband tw diotato
a letter to tho doctor, which sho wrolo
and signed, stating that it was impos
sible for her to leave Salt Lake at tho
timo agreed upon. Stvcrnl lcttois
and tolcgrnms then passed, Mr. llcilly
reading thoso received from Mabry
and dictating theso sent to the doctor
by his wifo. ,
Finally, as nioro fully appears else
where, Mrs. Rcilly recovered from hor
infatuation for the pastor, and decided
to remain with her husband.
On Juno 17th, she left tho city for
Millord, Km., on u visit to her mother
having, in the meantime, written to
tho doctor at Windsor that it would
be impossible for her to leave the city
for several weeks.
The doctor learned, however, from
soma of his Salt Lake friends that
Mrs. Rcilly hud Iut t for Kansas, mid
taking ono l.nt long lingering lnok it t
the beautiful uucnery which is so hap
pily and graphically described in some
of his letters, ho packed hit grip and
turned his faco toward tho "Sunflower"
Ho arrived in Junction City, Kan.,
fourteen miles from Milford, so it !b
stated, on Juno 26th. and drove over
to Milford. Ho did not seo Mrs.
Rcilly. however, and later returned to
Junotion City, from whioh placo he
wroto her a cipher letter. In reply to
this lettor, Mrs. Rcilly emphatically
impressed it upon tho pastor's mind
that under no conditions would sho
see him or writo to him a?ain, adding
that if he desired to say anything
furthor to her, ho could address her
in caro of hor brother, W. W. Snyder
of Milford, to whom sho had told all.
Thwarted in his attempt to see Mrs.
Rcilly at Junotion City, Dr. Mabry
then proceeded to Kansas City, from
which pluoo ho wroto her a lengthy
letter, strikingly different in tono
from tho effusivo epistles that had
preoeded J it. Thin was the last letter
reeoived by Mrs. Rcilly from Dr. Ma
bry, who, from Kausas City, proceed
ed to tho home of his brother at
Greenville, III,, whore ho is presumed
to bo at present.
This, in brief, is a history of tho
now famous "Mabry case," but tho
entire story, inolusive of tho letters
that passed betwoon Dr. Mabry and
Mos. Iteilly, can best be told in the
language of Mr. Rcilly, who consent
ed to be interviewed by a representa
tive of Tho Tribuno yesterday.
MRH. RIELLY'n LETTKft TO MAURY.
Doubtless you will bo surprised to
roceivc a letter from me. I started
down to boo you this afternoon, but
was interrupted in that, as you well
know. I can writo it better and moro
with my ponoil than I could if I wero
with you. First I want you to lor-
givo all tho pain this letter may cause
you, for I really do bolicvo you leve
mo. I am going to bo frank with you
though you oven hato mo. You have
forced mo to say things that wero not
dictated by my heart. I did tbink a
great deal of jou at ono timo as a
friend, but lovo you I know now.. I
novcr did. As to going away with
you as you asked mo to do and as I,
lucking of courage, promised to do,
ploaso forget that I ever did promiso
nuh a thing, I know you will think
me heartless but such is not the case.
I can BBBuro you. In faot I almost
hate mysolf for boing so woak when 1
am in your presence that I could net
be frank with you anil tell you that I
did not lovo yon well onouigh to give
op all my friends, my mothor, and my
husband, although 1 do not lovo him
as 1 ought te, to go away with yon
and shut mjBtlf up irora
Ob, I eould not do it, I have respcit-'
ed you, yes more than 1 oaa tell, ior
the manner in which you hava always
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' ahow Royal Baking Powdjr
aw ajtjLuta8tfiiWHWtWuWM . 1 1 n.
Highest of all in Leavening Power,
treated me, and at ono timo taut sum
mer 1 really thought 1 oaicd for you.
Hut 1 know too well now that it is on
ly a fancy. Yuu havo heou so kind
to turn tlm current in the uhurch my
way us yuu have, and I i hunk you for
it. I Lnow that with yotir generous
heart "u will still wpuuk well of mo.
1 nm determined not to hod yuu any
mini) mi do not call or do not try tn
seo tin! any more. You know my heart
now unit you Mtroly w II not tret-pHSi
on my wciiki.i.s-t again. If yo.i lind
room in your heart to forgive mu after
rending this lettor lot mu know by
givi'i'. nm a good wm in handshake
tlu first chnnco ott grt.' Havn no
fcari that I will make luv to any
o'her man, for with God's help liuoan
to fttiek to my husband as buigim it in
Dorsiblo for mu to do mi. 1 do tint
know what olsn I can suv only to io-
peat, do not for llcavon'i sake try to
see me. and if j ou mi t riu on tho
struct, I beg of you do not mention
this Fubjcct. I am not tn blumn for
not loving you. L am only to btamo
for not tolling you so lonu ago, but
when I heard you say bo earnestly
that it would ruin you if I ever gavo
you up I pitiod you only, and told
you that our lovo wan reciprocated
bj we. Do not hato mo for my weak
ness pleaso, but rather pruy for mo
that 1 may from now on b fmnk and
silicon) in what I sat or do. I havo
writton more than I would have dartd
to tell you, for my courage would havo
failed me, nnd I would havo kept on
Ijing tojou, and it would Iihvh boon
making it harder for ou all tho time
I will taka this letter tn your room at
The Kearney Cotton Mill, of Kearnoy,
Nob., a cut of which appears abovo, ia
tho first mill of tho kind west of the
Mississippi. Tho institution omployos
tho C. (Constitition building) and
may God givo you strength to bear
up bravely and not think badly of me.
I am almost wild tonight, and do not
think I shall havo much rest until I
know that I am forgiven for all the
past for you.
Dt'u't forget the soimpn you preach
cd to me on forgivonass when I was
bo angry at thsso who had lied about
me, you will have to take it borne to
yourself or you will never bo ablo to
Kanaath lkzitnora had tho good for
tune to raoaiyo a small bottle of Chaw
berlaia's CoVic, Cholera and Diarrhoea
Remedy when throo of bia famMy wera
sick with dysentery. This oae small bot
tle eared them all and ho had eozat laft,
whioh he gave to Geo, W. Dakar, a proml-
ment merchant of tho place, Lewis,.
N, C, anil it oureil him of the same aom-
plalut, When troubled with ajiantary,
diarrhoea, eolio or cholera motbii, give
ttols remedy a trlsj and yen will ba snare
than pleased with the resalt. The praise
that Naturally follows its iatroduotion
aud oaa ha made it very popular. 2!i
and CO aant bottles for sale by Dojo &
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Kli Morris, the elder, smiles us tho
baby ealls linn dad, while grandpa Do
witt only says iinieii.
Henry Kincrion nir leiiiliiiu' dioo
linker, blacksmith, uud all around
barber mid sporting mmi, is on a viiit
with friends up on the I'laitr, will re
turn whan ho guts ai'quutnti'd.
Ourtield nine played tho Guide Rock
bojM mid (ho score at tho close stood
28 in 14 io faviir of Gurnuld Guido
Ruck will play the in again on tho
Gui'ifld bull ground Wednesday.
Geoigu MiiSrfelbaohcr, son of John
li:iis Ihuaher wmh trmnplrd by a homo
vary badly last w?k, it required a
n umber of stitches to sew up all tho
unts mi his load and faea.
Howl Munsell purehusul L.iudsy'a
limn st in his threshing nichinu hence
forth it shall bo run uader lh namo
of Munsell's urain extractor.
Tho pops all dcolaro that Treasurer
White can't bu beat, lie H i hit best
man that has over held that position in
the history of iho ouum. Garfield,
pups will endorse him ua they can't
Wm. Kamcs and wifo wore visiting
ut John Karncr'u Sunday. John has
hern un tho sick list hut in recovering,
0 its are threshing nut from 10 to
20 bushels per acre, and corn needs
Mr. Bruncr of -Missouri will tem-h in
distr'D illi thisyuar, Nellio Kiloy in
41), .V-iyo Pnpu in 1G and lltta Able in
85- Schools w II cotumunue in Sep
Dr. Price's Cream Baking Powdor
A Pure Orapa Cream 1 Tartar Powdar.
230 hands, and tho peoplo of the state of
Nebraska should feel proud of tho enter
priso. Why couldn't wo have mill of
this kind in Rod Cloud.
Yance Sorgenson has bought a now
Ed. Paynes windmill blow down last
John Rutlcdgo and Link and Char
ley Kelsoworo walking tho streets is
Prof. Caster and Mr. Miner of Red
Cloud wero in our neighborhood on
business tho first of tho week.
Road-boss Copley in In aval o town
ship had a gang of men on tho road
Clarenco Wilson bad a nico horse
bitten by arattlo snake while coming
homo from Red Cloud last Saturday.
By skillful dootoring tho horse's life
was sayod. Stunner.
When moving into our present home I
fonnd a bottle of Cbumberlaln'a I'aln
Balm loft by a former tenant, On tire
label I fonnd the-, statement that it wa
good for eats and barns. I oan teatiay t
the troth of thl. NothlcK la all my aa
perlence hai found its eqaal for btlaeaw
and bnrna. F. G. Barrett, manaaJOfr Le
Sueur Sentinel, Lu Suour, Minn, Fata
Balm la alas a enre aura for rheumatism,
For sale bDejo k Qrleo, drmggUto.
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