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About The Red Cloud chief. (Red Cloud, Webster Co., Neb.) 1873-1923 | View Entire Issue (Jan. 17, 1896)
THE RED CLOUD CHIEF, FRIDAY, JAX 17, 1800.
niooel means Bound henltli. With pure,
rich, hcHlthy blood, tho stomach and ill
girtlvo organs will bo vigorous, nnd thcro
will ho no dyspepsia. Ithetinifltlni nnd
Neuralgia will be unknown. Scrofula nnd
Hall lllieiim w 111 tllsapticar. With puro
Your nerves will ho strong, nnd your
sleep sound, Hvcot nnd refreshing.
Hood's Hiirsnpnrllln makes puro blood.
Tlnil Is wliy It cures so ninny dNcnHts.
That Is why ho ninny thoiisniid-i tnko It
to euro disease, rctnln good hcnlth, pre
vent sickness nnd suffering. Kcmcinucr
Is tho Ono Trno Wood Purifier. SI per bottle.
HoOtl'S Pills tike,
l.lwr Ills; easy to
asy to update, 'c.
K. tV .11. St. K. Tlinu '4 ' '
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111. I'mseiwei, " "r " .r n:(in in
tl.TaslKlclKllt. " I .Si p. 111. 1 Itfl i. Ill
It:, Mixed rutin. I.vll :ir. ii. in. Aril:tr. p. in
t:i, 1'iiHi Kii'lulit, l.v iiiisii. iii. ai iii :.. in
ill, .icil 'I'l-.ilii. " l'.' ft, i in. " ll:ai,. in
1,1. l'll"V'IH.'fr. " H-lll ! nt. " l .VI II. in
of hiiii)i visors in t
tilllll 111 llt ) I'll If
organized tho board
Ms county, tho llrnt
Piii:.siiini'i.i. uniitiitliitt'tt urn becom
ing iuitn thick these tint B on tlio rcpiib
ItCllll Slllt) of till' house.
Tin: ii'piibliciin cmigrest hiss done
more in tliirly iIiiih tti reHtore confidence
tlinn tlit iIimihmtiiIh con lil over do,
Tim: populist papers of tho tlintiict
seem tti wuiry very iiiulIi over what
"I'm son Autliuvwi ilot'H in congress."
One thing t tint they can rest assured of,
ho will do bin duty, ami his record will
Tin: people, have become tird of hear
ing tliu claptrap about tho tarilT put
ting extiu burdens upon tho people,
lietter have a few burdens if I bat kind
1 1 in n tho picBoiit Mui vntioii puces iiml
Btiitiiitiun of liuuim-Mt that him been go
lug on ever niiico (ho couutty ucnt ditft
Tin: tlemoeratri have been throwing
socks all over tho countrj in tho hoper
that hoiu'i fellow will havo tho leim-ril)
to be uiitdo a turret of thin jeur. So
far, the demoH have Ruecohsfully dodged
tho rockH. They aro sensible. The
duiuocintio nomiiun will bo pounded in
to the earth tin jour so far that hit
Muker will bo unable to llnd him.
Fahmkki, Hii.ro your corn if possible,
and put it into idock. Il iIoch not pa
to pell corn for 1 1c when jou can make
more out of it bj feedjng. If theio is a
comtiination to forco tho price down bo
that men with money can seeim il and
rniso the price, let them umlerHtiiml at
onco that they eannot inipoMi upon the
fnrmers in that manner, besides' it pus
hotter to put lie corn into hogs or cuttlo
than it dueHtii pell it.
There in to bo quite a Pyihi.ui duiuon.
Btrittiou in thin city on tho l'.Hh of
March, Tlio rantt chancellor. Geo.
Ford of Kearney, and ono or two other
grand ouMcors will bo here, beaules repre
sentatives from overy lodge in tho iliH-
trict. It in hoped that evory motnber of
tho order in thin city will coino forth and
make himself straight with tho lodge,
that tho local lodge, intiy havo ngood
roprenonlutioii on that occasion. Theso
olllciai visits aro a sourcoof groat bonellt
to thu brethren anil hhould bo indulged
iu by tho entire miMnliprnhip.
Why .Not I.ijjIh Ilu-iirltigCniii.
imlyn Willi a .'ooil Strom;
'oiiiiih'I'4'IiiI :i III
Our town cortainly needfi HomethinK
to help get it to the front again, and wo
believe a good fitrong commercial club
of about lifty membera could do a great
deal iu placing our town in bolter khupc.
liy Parting it right it would not bo long
before the people of Red Cloud would
appreciate th beiielltH arining from a
commercial organization A commer
cial club, by holding regular ineotingH,
could certainly devise oonie moans that
would givo uo an improved watoreorvico
and iiIbo got our Hidownlkn into better
shape, and by advertising in outdom
cities, through other commercial clubs,
papers and magazines, could bring sev
end small industries hero that would bo
n benefit to our town. Wo have an eiup,
ty croiimory building, which the club
might bo able to get some one to take
and run, and it could probably be ll.xod
up eo that a choeae factory could also bo
established. Regular attendance on tho
part of the membort during tho year
would, in ilHolf, by keeping thoinombore
posted, inspire an interest in tho work
of the club, nnd every member, by doing
the best they could in bringing tniggoH
tianB and notices of anything that
would be a benefit to our town, would
cortuinly bo suro to do some good. This
is only a starting suggestion, and we
hope it will ho taken up and showed in
its strongest, light by tho business inon.
"Lnit night,' mild a traveling mnn, "I
tlionld hive mi' Bed my train and lust an
;ntlro day lint for a little information
lot iced in tin, It.irubMdNally Ut.ldv. J
will never be without it again."
.11 1 XT I ft AftM'-tli SKSMOX
Thu IIciiil)llt'iitiH Oruiint.o liy
I lie i:iiilloii ol W. II. Koby
iin luili mini.
Miorl .sitetelii'K l tlif .llrmliorx.
Tho now board of supervisors met in
lho court. hoiifio in thin city on Tuesday,
tho llth inrdant, imil wore called to or
der by County Clerk Kort. Tlio follow
iug gontlcmon responded:
!',. Putets, District 1.
A. Kurt, " 12.
S. II. .Shirley, " 'I
Ceo. F I'npe, " 1.
W. II Koby, " . '.
A.H.HolTinan," ' .
Afteriollcall.lt wan moved and car
ried that W. H. Koby act as temporary
On motion of Sup. l'ope, u commilteo
of three, viz: (leo. F. Pope, A. Kurt,
A. II. Holfiuan, was appointed to wait
upon Judge, DolTy, for the purpose of
learniiiL' who were uualilled members.
I MMin ...i.tit.ilt I,,., cwi.i Mtlm null inwl m.
jiorted tlio members as above.
It was th -ii moved by Sup, 1'etern
that tlio board proceed to the election of
a permanent chairman, tho (list ballot
to be infoi mill. Carried.
The ballot being taken. W. I). Koby
of tli ih city received live votes, Geo
l'optt one, and A. Kort one.
On motion of Sup. HotTman tho in
f.irmal ballot wim declared formal and
W. 15. Iloby wan declared the chairman
for the eiiHtiing .M.'iir.
At this juncture tho board adjourned
until '.) a. m. Wednesday, for the pur
pose of giving lho chairman an oppor
tunity to select his committees.
W. Ii; I oli, the chairman of tho
board, wnH born in 18.17 iu lho state of
Ohio, and is coiiiietuenlly in his fiHlh
ear. He came to Nebraska in 1873, and
haii resided hero continuously for tho
lm" 18 jeais. Ilo is the oldest member
of the beard, and a belter selection for
chairman could not havo been made,
lie served one ear as chairman of the
board of coniniisi'iuero of Dundy coun
t), Nebriihkii, ami was elected mayor of
Red Cloud in April, 1SIM, and served
the people well, ami he will servo the
county ubl ami intelligently. He is
capable, anil honest, ami, best of all,
fears to do light. He was an old soldier
and served his country when il needed
his services the most.
Kiniinuel Peters came to Nebraska
when Webster county was still unborn
having landed hero in 1870, and has
lived an honest ami upright life. Ho is
u fit.nier. Ho enmu from Iowa to this
state ami Iiiih resided hero since, with
I ho exception of a few years spent iu
California, where ho wont to lietter his
condition, but found that Nebraska was
yet a better stato and returned hero to
make this place his home. He is -10
years of "go, ami is tho oldest pettier on
Albeit Kort was born and reared in
lho "Fadtlcrland" (Germany) mid, limb
ing life an irksome lot in that country,
decided to conui to tho "now world,"
ulit) re ho hoped to better his fortunes
i art. i i f x
ami nas none so. no nan resitieu in ..Ne
braska 'i'l years out of the 42 that he
has lived. He is it faithful olliccr and
has been elected for three consecutive
S. II. Shirley is a prosperous farmer,
living near Rosomont, and represents
Dist. !l. Ho came to Nebraska from Il
linois It! years auo to try IiIr fortunes in
a laud then but littlo known. Ho has
hold suveral olllcos iu his township and
has just tinished a term as jiiBtieo ofjhe
peaco Hois 40 yetrs of ago and was
an old soldier,
Geo. F. Pope, of Dist. 1, represents
tho largest district in tho county, com
prising Pleasant Hill, Gartteld, Lino and
Walturt Creek townships. Since coming
to Nebraska in 1S31, ho has acquired a
a Hue farm In Garlleld township, and
lias prospered ami become one of tho
representative farmers of that locality.
Ho will make a faithful otllcer and his
district will havo no reason to regrot
having elected htm to that important
position. Ho was a native of Wiscon
sin before taking up hio rcsidenco In
A. II. HotTman bears tho honor and
distinction of boing tho youngest mom-
her of tho board, boing .'17 yoars old, as
woll as tho latest to adopt Webstor coun
ty as his home, which ho did iu lBSti,
and hails from Illinois. Ho has eorved
threo rtgular tonnB ua chairman of tho
preceding boards by ununimous selec
tion, and, although young, is n careful
and judicious business man, doing that
which ho believes to be right at all
timoe, IrregardlesB of friond, fo, or po
J. P. Kglington, of Dist. 7,- represent
ing tho extreme west district, -is n man
of 45 years of ago and also comes from
IllinoiH. He has lived in Wobster coun
ty 13 yoars, and hue made many friends
in his district. Ho is an industrious
farmer aud, although a now membor,
will make a good ono.
Three membors, Eglington, Shirley
and HotTman, camo from Illinois, Pope
from Wisconsin, Roby from Ohio, Peters
from Iowu, and Kort from Germuny.
Dr. Price's Cream Baking Powder
World'f Fair Highest Mtdal od Dipt waa.
Tho following aro the committees hb
appointed by Chairman Koby:
CluiniB Holnnun, Kort und 1'opo.
Supplies, Court House, Jail and
Grounds Kort, Pope and Poters.
WajB and Means and Printing Po
ters, Kort and Popo.
KoiuIb and bridges Pope, Hotlman
Olllciai Honda Shirley, Peters und
Settling with County Olllcers Peters,
HotTman and Kort.
Poor Farm Islington, Shirley und
Houndariefl Peters, Kglington, Shir
ley, Popo and Hoffman.
Hoard adjourned until 2 p. m. for tho
purpose of assigning, aud business gen
erally. Red Clorid, Nob , Jan. 11, lSWi.
Hoard called to order by clerk; mom
born all present.
W. U, Koby elected chairman.
Moved committee be appointed to in
quired into approval of bonds for mem
Committee reported that judgo hud
approved tho same.
Hoard adjourned until ! a. m. WedncB
Chm. Koby appointed committees as
On motion, chair appointed Hoffmun,
Peters ami Popo afl committuo to roport
I j. II. Ftrt iniiilo application for depu
ty aud extra help. Referred to Peters,
Popo mid Kort.
D. M. Hunter's roport was received
The rules of lS!),"i were adopted upon
Thn committee on rules wbb author
ized to havo them printed,
Adjourned to 2 p. in.
Commit ten on supplies made roport:
"Wo recommend tho rejection of all
bids, and that the t-evoral tillli'ern he al
lowed to piocuro their own supplies iih
cheap . h po.-Hilile, quality roiiBitlored.''
The committee on application of L. II.
Fort recommended that lie be allowed
deputy to umoui.t of ?7()0, and oxtru
clerk lure not to e.V'-eeil $."0.
Committee on olllciai bonds recom
mended tho approval of all bonds that
wcro iu their hands. Carried.
Tho coinmitteo to whom was referred
tho claim of J. C. Fotzor on taxes of
ISO I, reported in favnr of taking the
taxes, lesi interest. Carried.
Moved by Peters that tho surplus
money in treasurer's oflh-e, belonging tn
Guide Rock predict briduo bonds, be
apportioned to the f-evoral townships.
In the matter of tho bond tax, etc, of
school districts, tho committee reported
"that the balance t.f llie bond fund of
Dist. 7fl bo traiibferifd to the district."
Application of J. S. White for appoint
of deputy reail and lefui red to commit
(Concluded next weok.)
Wife Hero's nn account of a mnn who
shot him-elf rather than suffer the pangs
of itidlgextion. Ilmtinnd The fool!
Why didn't ho tnke DeWitt's Utile Knrly
UiHern? I tihed to suffer n bad ns he ditl
before I commenced taking Muse littlo
pilU. (J ! Cutting.
Tho list of letters
remaining at tho
tor up to Jan. 1G,
Leitpure Will Ryan John M
Schoolman Karl Shannon W G
The above letters will be Bent to tho
dead letter ofltco. Ion. !!(), 1S'.M3. It not
called for. Fiiank Cownr.N, PostmoBtor.
Walker & Kvunn of Clay Centor, Kan
sne, wore iu the city this weotc. They
aro buying hor6H8 and mules.
Why Was It
that AjerV SiMiunilll.i, eat of tile treat
imialiL'i' tit iliiul.ir piep nations nuiiiiif.io
lured throughout the world, was the only
nit'dlfliK) of the Mad admitted at tho
Win-Id' rn I r, I'lileaKo? And why was It
Unit, ta spite of the united efTorts ot the
inamifnctiui'is ot other prepitratloas, tin,
decision ol the World's Pair Directors was
AcconlliiK to ltm.r. 15 "Articlos g
that are In any way dangerous or o:
otfenalvo, also patent medlcinos, o:
noBtvume, and omplrlcal propara-
tlons, whoso ingredlonta aro con- o'
cealed, will not ho admitted to tho oi
Exposition," and, therefore
JltatuH Ayer's ,s.irs;iiarllla Is not a
patent iiieillclae, not a nostiiini, mid not
a secret preparatlmi.
fitcmue Its proprietors had nothing to
conceal when questioned as to the for
mula (rota which it U compounded.
JleenHtt It Is all tlmt It Is claimed to tio
a ('(impound Concentrated Kxtract of
H.irsiiparltla, and In every sense, win thy
thu Indorsement ot this most Important
committee, called together for p.isslng
upon the manufactured products ot the
Admitted for Exhibition
AT THE WORLD'S FAIR
I I Adn ittcd at tho I
golds, group, Catarrh,
CHOKING WITH CROUP.
"Save my child t"
Dr. Acker's Kngllsli Remedy Is unsur
passed as a. euro (or croup and whooping
cough. It quickly removes the poisonous
phlegm, membrane nnd Inflammation
bo dangerous in these dreaded complaints.
It puts n stop to ttie wlieextnp, hoarse
ness, soreness, diOlcult breathing and
sulTocnting sensations endured by those
aflllctcd with asthma, grip and bronchitis.
GASPING WITH ASTHMA.
"Why can't I breathe?"
It i3 very Foldom that a man can bo
found iu Kcd Cloud who nbjVcts to a
plentiful fall of hhow, and Tin: Chirk
for ono in alwajH t tail to wo it, but wo
doobjeot haveiuu our postoillco box tilled
full of letter tlio next tlti, all contain
im; "poenm" C'.i on tho beautiful enow.
Wo can iitiind tnio or two, but whon wo
havo to hire a dray to haul them to our
ofllco from the poHtotllce, and pay oxtra
help to open tlii'in, thinking r-omo of tho
delinquents hud turned over n new leaf
03 the first of tho now year and are
trointj to pay up, bill instead llnd noth
ing put (looticnl t'lTtiRions on lho beauti
ful snow, it is no more limn justice to
uurselvcH that wo uialti' u bit; kick on
tho beautiful miuw. This may pound
harsh to soiunof our rcatlem tiiiacquaiut
etl with tho inside workings of tlio
"prin t nliop," but put jouiHelesin
our place anil look at it in this way:
"lloutitifiil snow; no coal in tho olllce,
ill ay load of poetical inllntions mid next
a retl hot stove and ever.vbody feeling
happy, especially the devil whoeo dulv
it i timet all pnotiy."
Now potdry on tho beautiful snow is
all right if it is something now ami
original, but tho lirst ono wo opened
started out something like, thin:
"Oil. tin simiv, the bciiitlfnl mow.
Kalllng from lii'.neu to eanh below."
Now what opinion would our readers
have of a person who would be guilty of
writing such "stull" ns that aud bending
it to iib with a l y. on the button to bo
suro and publish in this week's paper.
The snow may have fell "from heaven
to out tit below" but that poem went up
tho stovo pipe. Another hii)e:
"hnow tn UV rlu'ht ol lis,
Nuns lo thu ted ol us,
Hiiew'm I roiit of ih.
Hied up In drills."
Now what a pity it is that tho poor
deluded individual who wrote that isn't
under one of those big drifts.
" o'll roll xnlim tug snow IiiiIIm,
And make a tilu .iiimv man"
That's all riuht you can miiko tho bit;
snow man, but when jou got all done
but the head just put your own on him
he don't need any bruiiiK.
Wo could go on and give jou Fovornl
more verses on the boautiful snow, but
it is exceedingly trying on tho norvos
When ou think you havo a grievance
agaiust us pleat:0 como in and we will
try ami arbitrate tho matter, hut please
don't try to got oven with us by sending
us a poem on tho "Heuutiful Hnow."
Kdltress, Miss .Mnnilti Weideman.
if,..mrirfl ) leitani'Mti Dilly.
lteiiorters M.try KaUK
Whispering is gutting to bo quite a
fad, and tho toachors are tryiug to chock
No. 8 liangs on th wall.
I'earl faidlow had charge of tho Gor
man class Tuesday, and Helen Koby hnd
charge of tho Geology class Wednesday.
The grammar class liati quito an intur
eating tulle on fashion Weduesduy, and
tlio unjfl wore vory enthusiastic when it
was said that tho gentleman's fashions
did not change.
Those pupils who did not hand in
thoir cards boforo Tuesday morning
woro sent home for them.
The ninth grado will soon favor tho
high room with boiuo choho music by ti
Miss Hollo Spanoglo wns visiting the
high school this weok.
The chemical class is well pleased tins
weok, as part of tho chemicals und ap
paratus havo arrived.
Tho well-known countenance of llor
acuSpanogle was soon in tho high rowm
Tuesday p. in,
Ono more pupil has boon nddod to tho
high room, a member ot tho ninth
Mr. Winters was visitinc tho chemist
ry class in the laboratory Wodnosduy a.
in,, watching thorn perform boiuo ex
periments, and commending them for
thoir neat house-keeping.
Miss Rottu Ayro called on tho high
room on important business Wednesday
It has been said that some of tho pu
pils of tho high room expect to go
through this your on "llowory bods of
oaso." Wo wish them success.
MIbs Jessio McKeighan was a pleasant
cullor of tho high room Tuesday after
noon. For a few mornings thoro has hoen ft
littlo change in tho opening exercises.
In the place of singing, tho pupils nro
given a chance to look over their lesaons.
Children Cry for
Pitcher's Cat torla.
rcr-jc-mi ii tHii'H'i.1 iiiii'i
.-s. i h'lu i.j i nn
'wh dfa-- -
"It Started with a Cold."
So said one of the greatest of doc
tors, and he was rirjht.
All throat nnd lung diseases begin
with a cold. There is only ono way
to cure them. Something must be
taken to quickly remove the sore-'
ncss, nnd inflammation. For years
the greatest scientists and physicians
sought for some discovery and at
last It was found in the form of
Dr. Acker's English Remedy pre
vents the dangerous after-effects
of a dccn-scatcd cold. It checks
tonsilitis, croup, influcnza.diphthcria,
and pneumonia. It assists nature,
is very agreeable to tho palate, and
can readily be taken by children.
It Is pure.
" If men an J women would all use Dr.
lexer's Knzlish A'emeJy promptly and in
time, tint e would be an end to coughs, fueu.
menia, and consumption "
This great llomcily can bo procured of til
rditblo druKpisti, or of
HcRer medicine o
16 and It Chambers St., Hew York.
Jewelry and Optical Goods
And invito jour patronage. Special nttenticn given to titting of
spectacles aud eo glasses iu a scientific manner.
stoki: in r. M'.wiiorsrs.
IT IS dlJRAHIX.
AV lueHllonneii AKcmI ly lliose
Allllctvil Willi IMIcn.
Is a strained joint curahlcV Is
local iiiildiumatiou curable? Of
course, if properly treated. So is
People often become iiftlicled with
piles and ask frotun old "chronic" who
has always pcriitcd in the wrong
treatment and naturally he discour
ages them by tolling them that their
cuso is hopeless.
They in turn discourage others,
and thus a disease that can in every
case bo cured by careful and skillful
handling is allowed to sap tlio energy
of thoubauds who might free them
selves of the trouble iu u few days.
Pyramid pile euro . will cure tho
most aggravated case of hemorrhodo
in uu astonishingly short tituo. It
relieves the congastcd parts, reduces
the tumors instantly, no matter how
large,, allays the liiflunuiation and
stops thu aching oi itching at once.
Thousands who had resorted to ex
pensive surgical treatment Kave been
cured by the l'jramid Pilo Cure in
a numnor ot instances persons who
had spont mouths in a hospital under
a pilo specialist.
It is u remedy that none need fear
to apply even to tho most aggravated
Hwoolcn and imlumcd hcuiorrhodal
Ifjouare litllictcd with this stub
born discaso you can master it and
master it quiokly.
This remedy is no longer an exper
iment but a mcdioal certainty. It is
manufactured by tho Pyramid Drug
Co., of Albion, Mioh.
Druggists sell it at fiOc per box. It
is becoming tlio most papular pile
euro this country has ever known and
druggists evorywhero aro ordering it
for thoir customers.
Old peopla suffer much from ilsorders
of thu kidneys or urinary organs, and
are always gratiflad at the wonderful ef
feot of Dr. .1, 11. McLean's Liver and
The WoricFs Fair Tests
showed no baking powder
so pun or sogreat In leav
talng power as the Royatk
TORTURED WITH CATARRH.
"A life of misery."
The worst cases of chronic catarrh havo
been and can bo cured by IJr. Acker's
Kngilsh Remedy. It effectually cures Mire
throats and restores tlio senses of taste nnd
smell. It stops hawking and snccitng.
If taken In time it will curoconsumptlon.
Ilcnr in mind that you may have consump
tion and yet "you do not know It." bet
us liopo this may be a warning.
"It started with a cold."'
v Mi 'WIq Iw2?.
Have opened for your patronago-u
first class jewelry store on Ninth Web
stcr street, where they will hoop a lino
FA It 111
I havo a lino 1(10 aero farm in this
county for sale. Price. ?i'J00; 8100O
cash, balauco cu time. SO acre tiold, Gfi
acres fenced in pasture; improvements
all No, 1, only two years old; houso IM
feet square, ono room 11 feet tquaro, pa
pered, two bod rooms, each DxlO, kitchen
10x11, pantry (ixlO; barn 1-1x32x8, room
for i horses. 700 bushels graiii und 1 ton
of hay; good well, with pump. Must bo
sold soon, A. C. Hosmkx.
Many merchants are well aware that
their customers aro their best frieuila and
take pteauru iu supplying them with the
best goods obtainable. An an instance
we mention I'erry fc Cainernii, prominent
druggist of Flushing, Michigan. They
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mi). n u iniy-i uu iir&iiiu iiiu iu ruuuui-v r
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to otir coustuiiu-rs, as it is tho hst cough
medioiuo w u havo ever sold, and always
give? satisfnution," For ralo at 15 and
ow ueuin per ooiiio ny uv)n v unco, .i
n. K. XOTILS.
Uev. G. W. Hummel is
glorlouB meeting in Illation.
ltov. lilackwoil is holding a series of
meetings in Inavalo.
Ten extra ''biblo studies" were in do-
i mand und have been ordered.
Meetings at Chapel each evening this
Tho memorial mooting nnnouncod to
occur next Sabbath has beou postponed
The Chnpol S, S. in u flourishing con
dition. Tho S. S. nt tho 1st church showed un
increaso in '93 over '91.
Ono has only to be at the Chapol ono
or two ovenings to see tho stronghold
D. D. Spanoglo has on thu young people
Congregations! at tho Chapol aro on
tno increase, ami goou is being accomp
lished. Tho Junior Leacuo will trreatlv miss !
Dollio Cozad, who now Iivlh in Lincoln
Mies Manie Wnidman and Mies Sualul
T?lfn udlt nut thair tiau.ln Atl.ni In
junior ieaguo worn, una tboy will sue-
Th second nnartorlv moetlnr will oc-
mir Febrtinrv ilili unrl Ifld, rnt, nrAsiil.
ing older will preach grandly, and all J
wm can suouiu near nun.
Rev. Blackwoll utlendod tho fun;
of Mr. VanDvke.
Rev. VanDyko uttondod tho fune
of Wm, Sterner on Tuesday at Ai.
church. ' 4
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