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Alliance Sun (Newspaper) - May 21, 1891, Cuba, Kansas REPUBLIC 2 COKfrEMS McDonald is out of town this is somewhat un der the weather this The Presbyterian church is receiv1 ing a new coat of paint this Some of the walks in the city are bmdly in need of Baird returned io Topeka last week after a few weeksvisit Miss Erania of is toe guest of her John KelleyR new residence on his faam near Prairie Home is nearing Proble and f amity were guests the OliphintWilliaws wedding at Bellevilie Houck returned Wayne where slio had been visiting for several cd a very able sermon at the Baptist church Sunday evening and his efforts met with due The band boys will give their dance on Friday tomor row instead of the as we stated last Swell the number by your Jackson and babies are visiting relatives at Iowa this and Jack is having a way up time pitching horseshoes and playing ball with the and Billie of this are helping to swell the Sunflower crowd at the Cin cinnati convention this Kan sas is taking the as she always our soldier farmers living a few miles northeart of received a reward from Uncle 8am in the way of little pe 1 sion last Monday as a small compen cation for valuable services rendered during the late Brooks many friends will be pleased to hear of his gcod fortune and one which he rightly Notwithstanding the daiapness of the weather a very pretty game of ball was played at Ball park last Saturday afternqon between two pickup TJp to the seventh inning the bop played an almost errorless the score standing 5 to when the boys pounded pitcher Coy for ten af te which followed general slufcifingon both and at tne close of the score stood 12 to probably better known in this vicinity as and his wife are now doing in the penitentiary and will continue to do time for the next twenty The crime for which were sentenced committed In and one of the most atrocious ever committed in the that of raping a thirteen year old his wife hold ing her while Bed accomplished his hellish Owing to the inclement attitude of v the western heavens only a small at tendance graced the citizens ailiance room and reclined themselves on cushionbottomed planks last Friday one iniation was made and the ritual fully curried and a very pleasant time was The country brethren who came in were held by the rain until after 12 oclock o a account of the They duly The al fiance meets again tomorrow evening and a full attendance is requested pro vidmgthe weather will Strsr would like to see a game of base ball betweea theFats and the Leans one of these fine with and following players Halle Scott c Cj Tobey 1 b John Goeller 1 b Houck 2 b Wokal 2 b b Nbrthup 3 b Jackson s Houdek s s Slopanskey r f IJF Smith r E Davidson c f Tom Smith c f Bill Marvin If These teams would furnish a barrel fun for the spectators besides real a few kegs What say gentlemen Well wager a years subscription a last sum nier straw hat that the Fats can do 0m up in aJlveTnhing The first car load of su gar ever shi p ped to Cuba was received this week by eailing la CROP Now that the earth is again satuat ed Witt water from the recent rain we have a bountiful wheat and rye oats are almost a sure tblrtg It fact email grain never wasi in ifnuch better condition than at present yot not more so than other crops of The corn is all or Ivery and most of it up1 and growing nice Judging from all indications this portion of Kansas is destined to pro duce immenseharvests this year and a general good feeling among our hardy and far as is such as will be as the prospect for that cereal is un Many of our who set out large apple andrftJeach orchards a few years wafraise fruit of that kind sufficient t9 supply the entire neighborhood wivpiich theylive and will neat little income derived Grapes are bound ti be more so than for many new vineyardswill bear this year f or the first and as we have always been pretty well supplied with that it an ascertained fact that the market willbever liberly Every thing else is equally as Jake and Ella Two more lives have been harmon iously blended by the ties of God and the parties it question being Jacob of this and Miss Ella of They were married at the home of the latter named place at 12oelock last in the presence of a few immediate relatives by of this left on the west bound train In tho evening for and itfiphint Salt Lake City and other noted On returning they will stop over a few days after which Oliphints home folks and friends in Atchison and Leavenworth counties will be making in all a trip of about thirty The contracting are too well and favorably known to requtro fur ther Oliphint being agent on the at this Miss Williams the f and I ele formerly of this T Sex joins their many friends in them a happy and prosjier us j the pathway WORLDS Citizens of Republic irt e spective of party are here by requested to meet at the court in on May at 2 oclock to devise and per fect plans by which Republic county may raise and contribute her propor tion of the fund necessary to credita bly represent our state at the Colum bian TSxDusitSon in That the failure on the legislature to make the necessary np propriatiunjvas a to the and that the failure was due to an extreme party spirit which should have been allowedj by either to appear in th consideration of such a we believe most minds will agree and to helfl remedy the let us lay aside our personal opinions as to where Ae responsbility of the failure and put our shoulder to the endeavor to our part citizens of the great state of In making this call we artf carrying out the suggestion of the state com all who come to the meeting and give us encourage ment of your presence and that best plan calculated to give general satisfaction and secure the de sired end may be Probate Tre surer Straw hats worth for at he Backet are the UPON OUR The sliipnce people this locali fcy willing to meet brethren of south fully Lalf way io tols refor and lay aside all sectional feeling but we feel that the place to meet is for both unite In bringing about that state of affairs tuat we will in carrying out the principle proclaimed at This jus what we work f and let democrat sue jeuuolicau pacttes look out fur t If the people of bdlih north aad have got the saucl to trvn their harks iipon tfceold wilisce victory perched upon imif to over tSe old political and continue to lick the of 6r might just as well disband at once and apologize the trouble we have put them and let Quantises still be kept OQ the What brothers of tha south3 Win we continue the old strife for republi can and democratic or shall we unite upon principles to save our babies from slavery We are ready and in Topeka Onr has spoken the sentiments of alHrue al auco men in tho and you will find my that nothing can separate us f the principles our our Votes will hereafter be east for the freeing of oar plutocracy rule and the etoslave moat of our Southern al Janco men1 have sworn in for the and fvictory or death is our have been warned that you of Kansas and the west will to your old idols We do not believe it and wre not afrpd of it You who have stood so manfully against the powers of WeU street and your old repubcan bosses in your fight for will not be forgotten by We are with you in this con test for weel or one more Do my brothers of the listen to the voice of the would poison your minds egainet your southern Yoar soldiers will not forgot how we fought thorn in the late civil war for what we conceived to bb and ence the contest is and you will find many of the old and their and the sous of those who fell before your standing wijlirg and by your fqv the bugle to 6oaukl for tho grard charge upon a whose guns are being shotted ilh siinio and abuse to be thrown against us and our Traitors with hearts blacker and move corrupt than an Arnolds or a it is possible for such a thing to Pte at workm our camps endeavoi ing to spike our bribe and to intimidate eur Keep let the scoundrels be caught and at once driven from our Yon my need have no fears for the Southern We extend to you our right hand and pledge our troth that through life or through weal or woe we be true fo our sacred principles of our And Naomi said Behold thy sis ierinlaw is gone back to our people and unto her gods thou after thy And Euth said Entreat me not to leave thee bto ioUirn from followingaftor thee for whither thou I will go and thou lodgeafc 1 will lodge thy jebplo shall be my and my Where thou diost will I die and there be buried the Lord do so to and if aught sut daatb part thee and gressive TheSrrN Is almost devoid of local reading this week owing to the scarcity of news and our inability to write Where they aint ltw will not always be DEALER IN The largest and complete stockof Millinery and Notions and the In Huts and Boots arid Shoes in and cheaper than any other store Our goods are selected with special care in the cheapest market and sold at pricf s that so far have been Built up an enormous trade for ne and for our Highest price always paid for CALL AND SEE m 1 I GENEEAL Isthe place to get what they will not only BaE dKeaper than you could g3J But you need on tUeir at half and besides you get axs ele gant premium where your trade to Bear all this in mind anrl go and see them and satisfy Something New Every BAENETT BATED Finest most complete lino of groceries in the and are sold at bottom The best gviidea of FLOUR kept consjanfly on We respectfully solicit your CIGARS AND Bohemian weekly paper published in office of the Alliance has a gen ral circulation among Bohemians all oyer the United Address Frank
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