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I ntpri'd cror!inf to tfc Act Ol (-onvrttln Ihc
f.ni i.r. e Kkh li.ll, -cJ ilk wall maiMt
Wo niv nutliorUci! to annniinc
tlm iiimhp of U, K, I.h MoManunfor
City Mnntlitil, milijort to tlio coiiniil
(ration of tho votorn of Well 11111 nt
tlie coming iring flection.
lvtfi.I,ituiv siit in porfott nik-noe
during tin s-imh Tlutt ixi'iin'
lias Im'cu iiiiyt'd ltftr miovss
fully Itut it's j'layoil out now.
Tin1 silii(o vns tho silonco of
Mi.-i ii in.
Juil'o John IL Kojr.in, th last
of the Mirvivors of Jeff Davis'
confederacy, iliod last Monday
tit the uge of 0 years.
It's iHen Migested to us that
one 1 rouble with Prof. Ivos is his
t luse relationship with the coun
ty Clerk's office and that some of
their democratic friends look
with jealousy upon the evidences
c lx)ssism in that combination.
Kvery Republican in Osajre
township .should bent the con
vention at the city hall next Sat
urday, the Uth. A fir.st class
ticket should be nominated and
supported. If this is done, the
ticket will be elected.
Dr. Tuhbs' redisricting bill
will never become a law. A
democratic senate stands -in the
way. The division of the con
gressional delegation oceording
to the vote of the state will not
juit the democracy.
lials t lie mutter with Prof.
Iv? Tlie lou item in our Dem
ocratic evthmijjeii nliout die number
of school to he visited, the long
distances lu-twrm schools, bail
winter and spring weather and
muddy rands And the necessity of
having man" Superintendent of
Public Schools indicates thcro is un-
easiness somewhere trom some
cause. Is there something of re
bellion in the ranks us in the case
ot Judge Graves when the Reed
men weie snuffed out or the Folk fel
lows let down. We don't know why
but there are some low but very
determined muttering in Demo
A mendior of the Colorado leg
islature claims to have been
bribed to vote for Adams, lie
majestically strode down the
aisle flourishing the money "a la
York." It is reported that the
If the Kcpublicans do their du
ty they will hear something drop
on school election day and when
the ballots are counted out Em
ma Cassity will be county super
intendent. The Cass county
democrats thought a lady capa
ble of getting around among
their schools, and Dates county
ladies are just as capable at those
of Cass county. Do our demo
cratic friends think Bates county
winters are colder thon those of
Cass county? Are our school
houses any further apart? Are
our roads any muddier? We
dont believe they do. They are
only trying to bolster up a wan
ing party. They know the best
teacher in both intellect and mor
als they ever had cither as boys
or men was a woman. They
know also that these teachers
never misdirected them in any
matter that called for suggestion
or recomendation. The best
teachers on earth arc women.
objects of charily to some of pur
liich Hill people, U now stopping
at the county asylum. We are
informed that she has written' to
some one of her friends that she
is very comfortably Mtunted has
giHl food, good bel, goodwiifm
room and everything to make her
comfortable. .She had no idea
there was such a good place for
jMior people. Just so. Not half
of us appreciate the privileges
we enjoy, A generous christian
county, houses and feeds and
clothes the unfortunate poor, . A
generous christian state provides
for her unfortunates, a generous
christian government cares for
her old soldiers in luxuriant
homes as well kept as the best
first class hotels. And yet we
have people, .sometimes called
gcxxl citizens, who criticize and
find fault with the best govern
ment on earth. Do we appreci
ate what wo have? This of (he
government. "What of the chu rch
and the people? More, far mfcre
and beyond. Is there any limit
to the generosity and christian
benevolence of the American peo
The Mrs. Culver and her chil
dren, who were a short time ago
We hope our aldermen will not
forget the other end of the string
while thej- are looking for sources
of revenue. Men in responsible
positions should be well paid jor
their work but the loss responsi
ble officers .should he pared duyji
or dispensed with altogether.
Tin; office of police judge could
bo abolished and his duties as
signed to the mayor and the may
ors salary reduced at least one
half. Possibly other consolida
tions could be made that would
save the city several dollars in
the course of a year and it ought
to be done. Even the aldermen
don't have to take the salary thvy
now enjoy. While you are pour
ing in at the top of the barrel
watch the leak at the spigot.
Mm. lien Itand Iwm lvn on tlie
Bli k lint, tlio pant week.
J. K. WIImoii wan delivering corn
la Kith Hill lul wivk at Vo nr
Lookajuat u little bit miNpUloua
to ncv a young man buying furnl
tun nt tlio nalea around through
Jniitc Horron coimiiem.t'd jrcttlnif
rrmly for planting corn Monday; he
win hIicIHiik need coqi.
How we will iu! llacVc' weekly
budget of news. Very Horry jou
have quit un, we'll be lonesome.
Mr. and Mm. J. A. Wright of ltlch
Hill, njHut several day la our burg
Henry ftenham of Sprngue, was In
our vicinity last week trading fine
We learn that Mr. Frank fimltb,
nt on time a lending merchant of
llutlcr, with his faiutly, will move
to Ida farm near Keith thin eprlng.
Some farmers want to move to town
(tad retired merchant move to the
J. A. Horron U getting to be quite
a run about. He was In Foster vis
iting nthla son Arthur's last week,
and will be to. Nevada part ot thin
MIhs Emma Kins and brother
Will went to ITalrki City hurt week
to help Miss LUzlcnnd brother John
get ready for housekeeping.
Some of our neighbors were plow-
ing during the beautiful weather
hint week, but the plow Is Idle this
lieu Hand was having his baled
tiny hnuied to town lut week at
ffi.M jer ton. James Iiorrou sold
his hay in the Ktatk at t.l.dO.
Hocint Ilros.. delivered hny nt $7.00.
Seems like candidates are a little
slow coming out for mayor ot Ulcli
Hill. What ts . the matter with
Clms. Sloan for mayor. He would
have plenty of time to attend to his
otnclal duties, and as for looks, lie
would rank with any of them, and
the city has bad some fine iooklug
BULK GARDEN SEED j
Quite a number ol our farmers
have begun plowing. If the fair
weatner holds on crops will go in
early this yesr.
I have one of the latgrst and bet! atcortments of
bulk garden teed cvtr olferrd in Kith Hill. Don't
fail to tee my line lefoie buying.
Webster's Mammoth Package Seed
2 Packages for 5c.
I have any kind that you want.
Pure Northern Grown Seed Potatoes.
I am expecting them 'any day. I will have
Early Ohio, Rose, and Triumph, and the price
will be within the reach of all.
Country Cured Meats. Hams, Shoulders,
FEED. BRAN, SHORTS .V CORN CHOPS.
A car just received. Special prices in quantities.
Use GLOBE and CRYSTAL FLOUR,
is none better.
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Tlie arrival of the Cunard
steamship Curonia, which readi
ed New York from Liverpool on
Sunday, opens up a new era in
ocean navigation. This vessel is
truly the Levithiun of the Atlan
tic. She is 073 feet in lengte, 7:!
feet 15 inches in breadth aud S7
feet in depth from keel to bridge,
or higher than an eight story
business block. It requires ;j
acres of heavy Iron plating to in
close tlie hull and w hen she w as
launched sho weighed lo.UVtons
and when loaded who displaces
30,000 tons of water.
She has passenger accomoda
tions for :, 1 1 t passengers in
three classes, and carries a crew
of j!. Her power is furnished
bythree quadruple expansion en
gines, which have already devel
oped :.),un. horse power.
Her linst trip was not intended
to be a record breaker, nor yet
to even test her speed, but
throughout the whole run she
easily got our the water at a
speed averaging a little out
miles an hour. St. Ijouis Star
The. Feely murder case lias
been post 'Mined to March '2H.
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