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Cuba Daylight (Newspaper) - February 8, 1889, Cuba, Kansas CUBA aocimi iy of Pal las ii r Fridavjat Re Ipublic WHainiltoii G W Wlnans L B c n eth District J P B ITnmb I J J IngalU iRviest District iuativeV4ti Dii E E Swiarngm A D Wilson Q TJJayics Shimek haa been attending cour mo st of tltjs week and lire have beetf litiablJB to report of publish it next That work is a being useful j Then again cussed work if confined to thcr7 eternalr they could not cdrisiiniiv it on ncMHint of its by fire wus blown to the grbunaV author of the above clipping Advertisements not ordered out before Wednesday noonwill be until after the next Issue Copy tor changes ib ads must be sent in before Thursday or the change will be made the current New ads received up Ttti Judicial Dis F W Sturges Supreme Court A H Hortoa Associate Justices r w A Johnstou Rcglstur of Ueedi Attorney Superintendent Kub lus omnilssiarier IstTjirtrlct 3rd CP Carstensen H O Studley D W Hamilton TCReiiy Northrop J V Close B Tfiullen fA Robt Kyle J WMmilh J Killing six injuring seven At a boy was Killed and the taacher and ethers injuied by flying At Araiaho the house was Several scholars were injured Coniiiderabledaniage was also ydbne in various parts of Trustee Clerk i rfAic Peace Constables Overseer Din John Gibboney Chas Kasl T C Elaio 5 I Melton ft Ktreator F Vi Zook Pclicn Judge Marshal CetmcUmen R E Tofiey Johii W J Kennedy H K Goelfer J J Shittek Bcnj Hull G E it Ira Ktioh Streator iW V 9 ticmciir W LLIAitD C H Carpenui Gocller Gregg tock Hanncfcr ci Co ll 1 Aaron Shimik Elliott Slifortfprop Last Mondays wind severe one in many parfe storm was a At Offlahaa brioK strjcturo that unroofed more or and less Bismam has wisely concluded not to press his offensive and would much rather npUio entire possession thian tread on the cprris of the incoming With Blainc as secretary ofstate thij cpuntrv will sufier but few The Prince being fully aware of the clings old adage which everywhere that is the bettor part of This country can now truly say Unit it enjoy peace and friendly intercourse with all nations Of the Murder will is uot onlj an ancient but it is admirably ap plicable xi aiuny conditions and circum stances of mudorn Especially is this of the lydt which devotes about a third of a column in at our article respecting matter o We hate to bu considered a prevaricator by the 1ut the fact that we have one of the petty is very yur nerves and causes up bu look pity upon the iMiitvictud It is all Brother Mteal our editorials as mjKhasyoU We know that ycu are Rorelyin nsrdof a little in tell igetiee nrrvr and Uian to ouke your boieve tliiw the brains of the Herald all disappear wheu Beatty leftit the that you have valuntiierily turnid evidence save you Tom Jinfit hntr of the Fifth Anderson of A nuddcn John Why Arbutkaot John H J iUSTKJK UK THK EEACEKrank f IVCRY CaJ ft Edton Joe Cordry Age Rock A Hall MimOADTIME west I11 eight Freight m jnstoftice dfpartnieut effectually chpKiug off great aruiiea glveK democrats and tenderly press f fair the lipH of iiingry How they yearn one word of encouragement from the gallant one totcea of yoipathy and the lost and wayward sons of alas 3ries are vain Thone con ributed their labvr and in loaning Sir Andurson who have undanntingly faced the columny and abuse of heartless enemies and raised his loyal banner high up among those of the grandest statesmen of will not be furgotten 12108 p m xao p m All Passenger Trains Dally Freights Dally Except A 7B Ii txcepl Pusttenfer iiial Passenger P NeaiJy IPronapfly nre 2 Lriliiant apparently in bejnteresfr pf our wdrthy liljngjjm H pacing in iiils have their pens tmidenfy etipmc endowed with impulsive noe iwijiey praises to his honor uid gljry Ah hpw dftir our own rohu looms up in tlia mythu imag nation of the1 average as he through the nisty of tc future to behold the While the cowardly of bis enemies will gladly be the1 no lle efforUof his friend wll be jered and appreciated lor years to come COUNCIL Regular meeting the city held at the jinking rooms of Ihe Cuba Meeting called toorier by Mayor Kennedy There were Jna Kuchera QouncllhienT The fallowing bills against the cuv were auditedand and the authorizeil to Isstie warrants on ibe city amountt as follows Ira 8 days Marshal Salary K fixmg Windmill Crale fr Warrant Ujolc not meiin to say or call it but as every thing goes by big names I ho thought there wojikt1 be glory and Honor in put right here I want lo say fhat I ask fairness pn both andtherefore have term ed this article yBotn My story staitsin one of the best Re best honored llveliegt bus J5MSScities on the Amerioan Continent on one or two quiet December evenitigs when soineof the citizens of Cuba thought of taking advantage of the quietude famous city by bursting in the back doors fewStoves and suppjyingtheir iwanf and crave for gold and siilvisr shoes and This stage of things has occurred severa but as no one prosecuted the workrit seamedfavofable to con andwil continue so to the iJif But in the last h stance it will sufftie to say that the writers oorns were tread anj insuch am iriner1 thai it oc curred between the hours of to oclock during time the occupants twice in the store Thus 1 pronounceditbold burglary and my that il buffer be oa light blifote iofd as to rob As hC wduld pracUtting on poor hiiuian deyilslike and my why it would be all But never stand it after he commenced on banks and So seewhen my only gold watch was gone11 deter mined the rascals Jf all So on the 27th day of December my rather my you nauceFmot knowHhivve subh a i you will all find if this articledent kilryou prompted with the several citizens to Mispicion a party of And io obtaining a search war rant I took charge of the parities tihd u fool idea to snatch to obtnit stolen property cusses enough to rob on plan but without but the foUawing and pretty our party picks up and made tracks out of not even taking their grips so our friend Loiikhart informed who had iaken an early hunt after gameeast wrdou the Bi trut they are really pulling oul Notifying our friend U add where Buck Campbell lives and sends fourth his Clipper to meetme at the fortunately fur the uid m frieivd did some awkward mid i wo failed to catch OQ for a as they 2ot on flic pasSituger train and did not foot it any The reader may Why didnt tho great detective get on and But niy answer soarohing1 themoncQ and hnding noth ing sort of dlicouraged me and I stood theroliko a like a Jooking at the train art it pulled out with two scared or I dont kiiow Thus itiscouyaged 1 turned homeward kept my My readers thus see as that I had no certain evidence that the guilty bub making up my mind tp continue until I would find out I kept throwing but the lislt wouldnt bite worth a until the next day Saturday Johnson with whom the party lired was What Seep watch for pawn his watch for Can a councilmAn be working In iiie interest Of his constituency to the f of petition signed by nearly oWiry man of the city a boldly defies anl opposes the saorcd wish ofcithe people personal It an easy matter for people to sign a petition but they as a general thing iiltelllgcnt uiitwgh tb krioiv what ia and an who is elected to servo thorn than to promote the interest of his speciilativo will question their sincerity when presented a dociument bearing but will 1 1 to carry out the wish of his difference does it make whether the builds a to the Taiits of to the do city or ftot has nothing with the Tho people by heir petition have unanimously demnhdcd the passage of a certain ordinance and the duty that council is to grant their ahd and endeavor to find some plausible excite whicK they may nulli fxinir thewishes of Ihfiir The by thit same they have the power to coimnnnd Not mcrelv butWtry whatuTer voter tlie city by the voice of the people and areUjeraby endowed Avith Wake laws to which we must all Then how foolish it is to contend that a petition to etinct cisrtaip laws rmist bo signed a the property Ii flreflrst place a petition ivnot is gotten up simply wtip council with the wish of What constituency every Citizen of of Perhaps bfoilr citizens are aware of the fact with regard to this isulewalk la certain individual city who ii councilman in every respect excepting that icasting his T4ie fact is not geoeralty known ilhat a certain op the of the sidewalk ordi before the council convened last Tuesday eveijiug where they proceeded to originate a scheme by which tho will pf the might be Citizens there is a day inwhjchyou may right wrongs and rebuke the oullit who dares to trample upon the will tho Vfill you do We want to say further that un ess an ordinanoe in passed lavd owners to bear the it can only bo by si The city funds can not bo appropriated for tho purposb of con structing sidewalks in frout of prirate The statute hplain on this Bnbjeet and the people he deceived by fhe falsa statements made by interested or thotc are scurnlbusly serving JThc poor aye those of widows who aro laboring diiy and for the support of fum have been taxed to build foot pay illegal salaries into the Kets ofmen in fair tha very individuals who oppose this side walK ordiuancu made the laws by which thesepoor people wore taxed but when tho peopla demand loghlation that touches their pociust booKs they iKe a whole heard of Texas urou OJLD MU8TBE Accpunw lor must be paid at pnee or suit will be ooniareueed for collection Oj the sami1 the moiwy and can wait no long fr rirn on I oo Wmj assistant 4160 A petitidn was then presented by titned by McDtfnald and asking for the draft which urcsciited with uld compelling lot owners alpifg the w0t ildo of btreet between JLynn corpormte limit the city to a and the building of Lynn and line with said petl alt an being read IjXjthe i moved and carried llutgmnic be laui adjourned fieved and carried ttt when had gpod authority to believn that thu party if money It was uot lohg before we in conversation that informed me of the Contents of the and one thing I noticed in Alargequunity of climax Mr That sort of startl ed me and I thought to tobacco in large they lived in the city could buy toliacoa unrt j persons beeauxo worked OB j a potion ot the Rook Island Knowing they had been Jbjent from our city T proposed to find the store they purchased the I ill my Hojr Euwin on my account as I have given him liis time and will pay of Jnhn To send us 46 ceius for one of our latgf qUaiilltylBf fobHctiorBul wna Uii abletodo Ebhoy Here is the and returning gave an account of rry tour to Mr Who ypu paiiiieferP Did he to you that heiad some propprty stolen Ywi I saw Mrl D but nothing about hnviug hisetorffbFokeh into rob he JijullBix part of tlie things tire j Wliich I Continued aext tUndy and Trill Outwear and Ovt 1 tafctwo Ordinary YOU WAIIT AM EUJUCH Household This wt coHsbta rif a txA and Hlitucnuiiii iun pent wood iitoollu coiQtarilly ibrfut ou f Good Prop an3 iesfe order always li All work dme xjuickly atid with Paid up A 1eneral Binking Business cij Lonedou Parsonaand in all purin PAID OX TIM ft D A OfPLCKKS VieePres F H Assisstant READ AND O Waare to Estate at low arid equaled by any other loaning its own Thorouglily loanmoney upon Real upon terms of payment than a Incal company We want you to Understand that weshaudle our own money and do not act as agents for Easterni aadeafr tberemre offer yon advantages that no other corripiany can All our loans ans made both principal and at this to the WE PAY out MONEY theday abstriactisfurnisheeS arrd papers w do not you tu wait wiiilo your papers are sent eaut foi PRIM fl year to tpa to the til falls due you the cash for themat the Wewould be pleased to have yotr call andldiscqsa the matter inore fully if you Contemplate placing a loan upon your TOUKS RKS Cuba State J CUBA and Feed OALWN years of irnctical nxporiwice It is lirst aul only Btaiksh in tlie wnrltl that trpuliig easy mid old siimmor to mid impntsto 1uroti a biMiiluui mil loi fitond AT ALL StoVes Jrhns permanently c f cases prouquncea by doctors If h tot or ri will ifiiVciKT i Kyf l Shelf and Correoted 1 p heatferW Rye Butter per Ih J Eujs per per doz CATTLE iJf feeders BLACKSMITH j Proirietor to give jKirfeet sat Charges E HTE A THE CITYDINrNGjHALL South Side BELLEVILLE 1C AM Single 8 Dayr S Five WeekBonvd f for 5 of the Peace in Cuba House Ben Hull I Only ffil i day Give us Clint PROPRlETOlf Good Cigars and drinks GUBA KANSAS CITYBAK HER Hair putting done in the J CRECG AUCTIONEERS APPRAISER All vales attendad to reasonable CDrpl kclers io Hirsl Nalinniil Olyde Bankin Bank of IV Jas g CITY Jji lrnds 6T delivering furniture moving lydona O WAX is entirely and is donbt the great ost iJtnrcli i ti yp n j ion of tho nineteen th everybody tiling of iskncr in tim Ibiiniliy Unlike as it HK white wax principles by nnexpert in
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