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Cuba Daylight (Newspaper) - February 13, 1889, Cuba, Kansas p B Plumb J J i AudersBn Published Re ppblic CITY Stt O District atiEjSwiaVnEii Dis AD G 1 Davles Judicial JDls ff Sturges Chief Justice SugreW Coqft AH Harton Associate Valentino j W A Johnslou up inSv m m Treasurer Register of Deeds Sheriff1 ProbateJyipge CountyAttorney Superintendent PubIns Purveyor Commisnioncr 1st District G P H O Sludley W Haihilton T C Reily ChaSNorthroji Close B T EAsmlth Kyle J John Gibhopey Chas T C Bales Frank Trustee Justices of the Pence Overseer Mayor Treaiurer Marshal Councilmen R E C John lJuchera Advertisementsnot Ordered out befcre fliVednesd noon wilj be left in untiWfter the next Copy for changes In ads must be sent in Thursday or the change willnot be made the current Nevads to Kansas rankj in populatioij asy the twelfth state in if the pen amouiit to excepting rednc tion of tlie the The Jamestown Qtil Icnoplcs at our doqr this Quill a paper and we gladly place1 i t on our ejcphnnge OurKenttor is corning to tlie frurit in fine 111 St imrjorlaiit bills that has pass d ie State One of tire dtirinsr present in ed Mr Swearngph It prnvi des iraimrnl roductioo of county bfficers fialnrips aiui ftili be the means pi nt lesifit five hundred thousand dollars fii the of thisstate overy yiir Frfmv the Blade we IcarV that thrt the aro as Tceayurers salary reduced to Ciiunty CUirkSj to Reg ister of Deeds tpieceivowime lee as now allowed by but one half of per qunrtiiisto be de witlithotroasurar the cmdit ifthe The propvietv of red no iiiK tlie palaiies iif oflicias ha of nevcy been tliis In the few ytas Uills I E H Goelter 1 Gregg hart JLock nannefcr Simun SmithCarter Spcter V Smith Carter Aaron nlrd rlTOTtLSElliott Hiill raiiy carry 6na eoni thereby secure their own The of the entire hoiud of county is few legislators have had the nerve to oluiinpioD the cause of reducing their Sainrija of will win confidence of his qhtire Laog ArbuthnotJolm ttt JUSTICE yF PEACEFrank State T Gate fc TB Joe I T Corilry f J tltocV W 3TOCK BUYERHall QQ p m p BMLEOAD TIME am Freight 43 P m AnWwengerlrjiinvBtJly FrtlgHw DallJhEitcept A m II except fmenget Passenger JOSEPH such lejjiation nuec count v offii lor to r iiiliiv incss Vjir ur in wjiiij freely Equandrd Br DETECTIVE last to explain Wfigk sTnce Dannefers been burglarized of no one knew anything1 about not even the vriter of this save one pjtfty who Working for he to catch theburglars on therqniet withtxiifc body knowing any thing about So withi the kindness of Johnson I was shown the contents the validB from which I secured informa tion to satisfy myself from whence most of the ifWid not where the tobacco casie lip thogoods I convineoJ my friend Dailofcr who burglars and thus cleared up iny asnvtll as ind quit suspicioningaby So Ifeit easier I soinatlifng towards the But it is before so they With throo rtays Ihrt start of usthorn was discouragement instenilo hicour But time wlis mit up So 30th of I left the juictiule of home in a way that ray aiiiit intimate fircnds did not know my 1 boarded tbo cast Ijojiud freight oulthc Burlington Rontu in company my friend and towns I think wunt alone to carry is bring imnlilf to up from tlin Finding the eld of the jourijey to he stopped and 8ejerating began to make our learn iig thai tho parties had registered at the Hanover ilouso we sflre being on found afterwards that they taken lira in for by the ecutljpniatly friendly of WD1 But our party sjnd instead of being twi thorn I think Bill some of iheni went lo Jifisvvisri a runic Po lilt1 IMIlilv TiIls ihjily cured by tlie It deals ttic the briatlivVana ciins Cntarth m all The Jar will cure the worn acheiTUrpnlone Wtliree No waiirtg for novel fts wotidcrrul anJ give nscung by Natures Heinedy a cpmrnoh and when is liable io consume the ftcjntal bones destroy noseVand untie mine every fittictimiand faculty of Tlie breath is aid thesenses V6 tnJAic and smell are impaired digestive assirnilatlve and con sumption ensues Ulectyle jar will cndigate A fortune far ids of address Yoluine Wheat per bu Corn Rye er ton Good liht anl ood per Hi per JhicUuns per ways to CATTLE AMB feeders Proprietor work tt giva sat Catanh yitd prevent For catalogue11 of all kind Kir Joliii Ray Itis house nut for and He ezpCcts to the Westbefore MUSTEK All Aeemints for 18S7 and 188S must btt wiM it otifto osuit ttjll ho ciminciGcd 1ur collect n r the Intted thr1 mnnfy and cnii wuitiio lorui 11 21 on TO OF tint or for it find recen fcli cm t cost one Alan rj Christ before The Story ing have mndoit to with as many of our prominent citizens uspossible trade agninst iluv oflioial oharader following to be thp ireaeral son ilio de fiitners sire a true measurn virtues and Since have conic od niii lly nt H to know tUnstptrons Vvlio ijow so Inmi n thivv diiviRiirtirms of tlvi IIIRTI MJIjlvilliHii llT lire GO TO THE vtt Transact Money Lonedon Persona and IlflKliEST FA in 1 is til si Justice of the no o Ben llull day iiithe a freijrhf a and rcfinsntaf ive grain men ot B the the North the Miaonri the th Johepli Grand Island the 0 K fe railroads on Thursday last tiui that 1 wo the Commiksioii Davis Co of To through their were three jcr bushel niora lor corn the rinno1 the N in Knnsas and than ciiii by other grain tbr Mr if the N iried o ox plaur and evade the but it waa the o the two eoaimisriiori firms above riamed had been for and wciro at three pw nushel inoro albriijliB Una be piiid a loss pffrotn oue arid a half to twoctnta ainJ s so tn wait 1or a Arriving Uieoiftor wen not Jong in linding Frank aiul may lie itirmod tlnit as Im of the geiHiino looks his bus iness and understands who ruiidoiuii as tliah a and we soon that some jarty Iflinahied here Marysyillc us the tninlc in possession haggage In bright and natly my friend willyMivAlil made flying trip to a fniialliouse about 3 miles disraiit frointhe city in whilp Lu4seH around the city on guaut iu my Jino 1 tell cvpryHiody I that satisfaction tny Well when I hadtramped I was getting lull of Soon I was met wlw soon in forrned me that Anhl and ul than I possession two silver by othr grain 1lin effect of of priie has hpen to drivo all other jjJnin men but those jiimed mi of the nnrl to practically monopolize the corn business Hot along tlie but alons all the other roada within twenty and thirty mie6Leitlier It is vcd f eprese ri tali vea of the nnined arid grain men generally that oompnny and b Co have a secret with the Rock bland whereby tjify pay more than can Ka rtn J 1 J I 1 1 11 JJiaLjaaJisdnp tariff by v other Tlie meefiog M Joe rcsuit in notlijnu frne and lull disonssion ql this a deter minalinn on the part pf the roads stepsto eheck I had tise p of meeting one of tho whom i searched af John informs us that the so we made a ramble I hipugh its con tnd lo hero we foiind our climax t6bacc65ind some clothing which Fiata But my gold wjiera ivasho 1 John Hewitt got tivo but he dis that the main man is li Avhoso nitme he gave while at Cuba as Frank Miireiv Frank at Leopold but for short I hini says tho to at Neb and burglririssfl stores because Karasek was iic thunce proceetlto Karasuk sajsls the outfit that helpsmo djspose of tho prop if Jje in he would not have to that not p irt wis pretty tbb handed Hock on living not to are atftlarysvillis when So leaving friend Fiala lo make his trip homo we took thofirsttrainout that would wins why the little station Cuba nrdatrle in ore fur priiin bur iiuyirs It certainly i V marl to worlc a Echetue that us it thfi fioirly get us to as Kbrasek Wllbor throe set at work to fijld ive KJouiil fraiji aivio interraatioiiconcprnlrig Wo thdught thatwas good a tbwi to New XwueVi pAYLlOHT I alwnys fnrgJt what a time vr had at the one aftjr I riratl acopy of ihc was siiu in lie nlitMit the yuunp lathes their lie ami arose whether iht Editor was a singleman or not 5ome of the jjirls concluded that he was an old while myself and another young lady con tended to Ihc So itand 1 did not Ijcar from yon for long 1 lorfeot to ask you I anif I njivays forget IJow I want to knovy whether Ive won or Of course you must not tell the worthy gemltfnau that he is the subject for in a makers shop i tlie little town orrie might think we were cranky which of courjcia a mistake rhanded to us by a friendwlio riceived it from an eislern and iu order to encourage the young ladies in their cussionofa good Svtc huve coucludtd mail the DAVLIOHT one year Vee to the one who BuessOa the make up of tills PublishcTtcbruary ls7iB n ordi nance providing for the building of a sid walltB in of certairf lots and footwalks ncro certain strecls the cuy He it ordained hy the and Conncilmcn of the city oi Trial the orcauseto be An i de ross within 30 days fibm the Inking nffect 61 this a sidewalk lumber one inch thick and sii inches of mch shall correspond with the graoVlhat he eatjhlishcd bv the said to be feet wide wi th not less than thiee 1x4 under in front of all paris of lots and of ground1 fronting eastoii Lynii street the sopili limit of die ice Thecost ofconstructrnK said will si a 1 be met by assessment levied nil nil Inlsyfiarls of lots and parcels of iriouur to the frontfoot thtreofi Provided That tfie owners of any oi said of lots of parcels of ground iilrcnt of which said sidewalk is by this irdlnancE he wnhin thirty days fronHhe taking eiTcqt cnnse the same to bu erected at his or her own exempt faid lptsfioni VsseJstuivii us IU That ihte Mayor or cause to be wiihfn thirty days friim the etrectof lett wide good lumber twi incbcs tynn ainl Republic streets along the west side of llaird and connected with the sidewalkprovided for bj this The Mayor sliull keep a jqst ittrinied account of the cost uf constructing saTi accordiuj tJ the ironlfiiot verify the same and ilesuii account wifh thu city lilerk efToct iliir V test of coMjiriicting yi said streets be if ap out of the general revenue fund a just and iteuijzod of the 5l4d duly lie filed with the Clerk liorn the talijug effect VI 1Rls ordinance shall take and he in iibaiiprovai and in li jmyci n i icninuif uaind Jnha a i nyufifriJ 4 on Hicn wciioii beeti read We are prepared to loan money uponReaT towtTOsund terms of paymenti thatcannoi failtoplcase eoanot fe other tli local corn pan v loamogjts own We want you to i r i that we handle our own and do not act as agents can therefeer offbr yoif that ather canipany Ai our joins are made both principal and this Bank without to the C1 Q TY6I 1IARD and tempcranea Propr do vi theday abstract is furniehedaod papers anddo not yoa wliilb yoiupapcrrs for aliiiw you tu linount of andIssue fo a Jorttliciitc of Dap si ing eiiiytf interest us ilie loan falls orin ui Uieiii sif to the ilne of flip Juan liold uicrgeiuiy AVe woukl he ploasocl to liavo you cil ivnd Krciisa tho if you loin inplate pl Tliis is is i i firMoiort lonn who nf in r lit ER i y I All calos attended and reasonable 1 KeliTi 10 lirst Company and of Clyde prompt
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