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Cuba Daylight (Newspaper) - February 22, 1889, Cuba, Kansas CUBA REPUBLIC GENERAL TJHumphrey Lieutenant Govejner A Felt of State TfeMiirar Jis Hamilton Auditor Tim McCarthy Supeiiitendent Ins G W Winana Attorney XB Kcllogg Oongresjmnn sth District J A Published evorr Friday publicxCounty GITj disastrous cyclone swept the late pf Alabama last deatlv destructipiiin its out beftrn Wednesday noon will be lefUn imtil after the next Copy for change hi must ba sent in before Inmsday or the change Will be made tlie current week New ads received up to 3 p Senator District J4th Dis E E Swiarngiu Wilson G Tjpaviei Judge Istttjudicial Dis F W Stureeis Chief Justice Court AH HOrtori li you can find as many reasons for removing me as tbedemocratic party had forremoving shall be quite willing to remaiia withyen 1hthe gloom of to Grover Clcivelahdi v the name ArKansas democnitVlio holds a Bate to which the murder ed John M Clayton was It would probablybe a to tire nation ir the name Braekenriage could be forever wiped from the pages of its alone 5s en ough tqjnako the cold chills run down theback of the Register of Probatu Jupge Attorney Snperintcndent Pub tTurveyor CommissionMHlst District end 3rd C P CarstenBen HO Smdlcy DW Hamilton T C feeily Chas Northrop F Closc F A Smith RobtKylc J W Hmith j Weiu Trustee Treasurer Cleric Peace Chas Kasl Bales Frank iagii IT Melton f H B Streator 4 F Shroney VI m Zook The bill to reduce rate of interest in Kansas has been favorably reported frotn will probably become a thecontract raM to lOper cenband the legal rate to 1 per Tlfe Haddam Investigator has been vesurrectrC by o It ame ou last week under the name of Politician and presents a very Ustv ap Success to Major r PoHon Judge Clerk Trcaturer Marshal W JKenncdy H B Streator JmtGoeller J J Shimclc Benj HuU Cniacilmen E H C E Jas Johu CUy Sam Randall las introduced a bill in the for the abolition o tbitobacco Does this mean fre It certsinlV doe from a deli and oll Sam i fiuu3f the shrewdest democrats in tie txrbacco Br from Buttho elattSjof thre elcctrict from home saySthat our friend we are searching for of at so picking ourselves up wo opening ofthe Indian Territory for settlement at present attracting much attention throughout the country as thansw Territory is to Via is one of tlho finest of the desiring full informa tion respecting bhurc Wewould to the Bass Co geea elsewhere in jumped on the first train towards that pi While stopped off and K ttietrip aud W ymore and Blue then on towards home unit reaching where I dosiued to stop and work the and also James has leaped the Washington residence formerly by William Seward for a term of tim This means Elaine will bi swrutary ofstate during Harrisons two terms as president of the United of Brown bill in the thai will meet with general favor throughout the It iframondfltnry to our nt srvand iurV and prohibits the t I n jily n I Ue Jvtriri on Mirnet by ono crs jf vfrv ountios wanting to obtain Iho needel imrJien of expense can 4 rcble Sc At Ira PhillipsrJbhn BANKixCuba Mate Seymour HAbLS Ma V Goell It is announced that democrats the Arkansas with thewpiibiicirisiof district on condition tuUt the prosecu tion of murderers be that the villainous assr assins are being pressed iutoclose quar and if the republicans of the dis trict have the nerve and backbone to meet the emergency Claytons blood will The pprikantiary investigation has developodnothing except to more clearly than ever that the Kan sa City Times ia an Weray to JCsmsflB and fsw of our prnmiuRiit have the clutches of this buslnvbacking aiVd the us a whole has Buffered yiaw from the efejt of its lying almsive in ler Gregg The expres the true sentiment of old Kansas pople should show th ir jmt riotiisin disoiivding it entirely J J Co Simon I Carter Aaron t SOTtLSElliott Cuba HAR Lang ArbuthnotJohn Kiich H Some time tainid an rditcirinl opposing the of the Oklahoma bill on the that it would proVH agreat detriment to it K ansas by almost entirely depopulating our western We now to note thatboth our Senators in ccnjiress billon same We hops for the good of the it will be killed in the lateiy removed from thejiosition of civilservice commiss has addressed an letter to the president in whichhe charges him with gross misconduct ip the adminis Additional I have the Jos acre farm O A THE for sale at long time balnnco If you want to secure a bargan call on tuc at QMcDonald Tuesday were shipped over the R 11 tlueecar loads of etc euroute PT Ijeing tlje efiects ol the following named pereons who are moving tliere their fimiles to make their future TIoffiSF Kouba r Cal that it was his bigotry that lead the democratic party to is a specimen of the venom that char acterizes the letter T Edson L Cordry Jbe Q p d withjdue courtesy to the high office you allow me to say that you are a very peculiar a positive pr positively au unsafe man to and that efemeiit character J believe lod your l From deyelopomonis in political oir durifig the1 past weekJt is quite safe Si who has been a residrnt ton for 7 John resident of Richland Tor about 0 years a resident for about years fraui Mr Johrt resident for about 4 yrars south of As all of eitiznns we are sorry to loono them from Kcmibllo but vihat Ilopublie County Insea tlVifl time Sbcrdiati The tlictn Bock ut j 8i O m RAILROAD TIME iaS p m i Daily Except to Ktiito tliarihiuis of General HarrJsons eight advisors have been decided upon Us follows For secretary of Bhiine of Maine for secre tary of the Williaiu Windcm of andfor secretary the Noble of ilierearo good groundsltir IheentirO al has been we a cwnmunioa tioTi aigoed 15 juite severs by certain of as tin writer is nn niirlght and luiivralile and apab q takinsr cara of itiiglH arid projfei1 ti room bin Thfieditor of this to meet me and SBul jipfp elcctrio shock that Eairbury is the iet Auhl got to awhile to get Rcour tho but So turning our faces towards that grand little city of thence tbnrowe As for worn noi i nshamed of for not wtunitirg with tbi june C sjiould OHll but term he auj hcwmed to be cur Here back in Cuba he phiccwc started some four ulays ago and i all while that my p wiih was a bniie o hut my aijnive i Jje had iiu a sonich the preurscH of raher secjnod to But may be it worthy eitv Marshall who cotne near sittjug up all night ovor the ho supposing he mustfwntch the The reason for my discourage ment having failed to getMr Karosek i thought he left some QJIC hove as trscor and Would have w riltea 4o 1 wes uspicio n bd the persons and to find it our side oi one and we Avorkeilfie And as tho sajing is tp many cooks slioil Uie So i guess endurt my fruitless tripafter tho Mow left alone with no partner or i stili thought the was nor up arid would on account of summer not but yon know we all somkimes get CRger and want to bo lilWtlie boy with the pumpkin But the following Saturday found me as a passanger over the BurMhgion Route ehroutu for Lincoln though no great prpsyiect at Lincoln the i find it be one of the finest and nicest cities to be found any iii and as this was my first and not being a reporter for tho London not shownill over the place but had to work upmy own mission by loolcTiip at hotels fendIcaviua xi Knrasek llajulqnarcers on Kalnrday and arriving there fate in tho afternoon ali could do was to look over povtTon of famous nirthwquitu a coat uudUic ciildren wero Ifaving n high lime ibut not jiiite as good a time as the boys of our city are enjoying tit of all of it Oh bless you could not do it why dear Omahnis almost nslargo as Wityuo and such places f o wandennoabout fouiiti ino Number U AHY per wu C nor Good light food The best order p ugs A CATTLE AND fal V B v k guarftnteol ti jivo perfect rej BELLEVILLE KiN V iingle 8 Kivi W4 00 low for 5 Paid up A General Banking Personal See oeilia lis in all pauls qf Jh TAID CWTIME RRfTliS OFFICE US VicePros F IT Assistant Cashier iistice to lean money upon Rea jtate1 at ratesanil upon terms of please and connot bs any local company want you to urT inDaniiftfers House v Only a day Clint OF Cigars and tempedalico Hi that handle pur own money and donot act as agents and cap therefore offer yon no other companycan All oar loans are made bothprincipal afttiis Banlcwithout expense tq the BAY out MQKEY c doueiu the latest t5 abstracts papers sjgf and do not compel you to wail wliilt i i VB J a s e cl a aid fire scut wast for E not attqnd nl happened to seewhut I as the musical Tlirs instrutucnt occupy a roon GxlO and ll is WMiind up a cwnk nnd a baml of twenty Ui being after allow ni to nmonnt tlni yni to pny lviy i oiic B oxccfi a I pai J R Agent made up and other positions in will bo by of of of of PohtisyJ yania iinil Miller of This QllgJbss of as ilothinn is dofluitbly known excepting the appointment of filaine to the Beoretaryship of the treasury ThobiUwliiaU the Kauasas senate for the purpose low eripg tha age of Jeiuule consent has provolced deal of tomjireht through wit th e jthe vajious female are ukfhi active steps to tTthti their ol umasure We t note that the only lemale in the have taken prouipl action in ihlt matter by n petition to bo pluccd in the by mciins baa if a small log last ul This instrument noUiiiiK np ais was fit tbo ed by presant tjur VhousEiwl is facttliit it wasa rape caw in Nvxt nwriVnijr aftnr breakfast 1 cnlletl ing the saiae iiibSvost liVlho in tui at tlitf We fully trv f be iiie dilo the ln These hold un fey yyii the to Irsive ami discus tho matier inur AUCTIONEER All and a reasonsbia ii llrsrNatioiinllliinki Clyde Ennliin and State of OliO i moving prompt WAX TIii i Sf whicb iill wimV and that Ihn Lriio j Kiirnritiil Ui coino lit lllu UUD can invKst ia supposed i i f V and d tobe the leading feature of he would not bejmttiiig it say that cerlauly was a j wjllf v tTiat r ivhi Hie bus il JH very iaiprcifior ISpcyta Oh wbeii the fact is talterf iiit consider jon nearly all thewnall boys of le wure admitted In us much as some ol lenders of this groHSJy iiu moral uudindeeejit prooeednre up Uy a clement as f t iml 11 pt representatives of our Pnndvy aud ulhor Uritmn oiiHHZiti naturally rupposed that the boys fjfiiiitr to do Miniethiisr no I weic greatly huijjrrsid on i ujrntd hioi v of iij to the Police mean yobou and id nrtwivs bisti into the Ionlled iof i wkb uliiehto give a dtfg ii of iuy J was wrote up whit I hoiinlit be i Juntlod taaii U tn who affei amo luoUb up Jnd Win jon not lion Neatly jlenounuations ol the icpfUable crjz nn ot our tnwii what we told is if our we hope fthia bauds of MM Allison and Mif Noithup foi circulation among tbe people at tho of twelve oT eyen areoot wholly capable of deciding our oily authorincb should in a BO njipoitsnt pacticeH ure siiccBhsu1r and yet ihu an bftrdly be tuetold tbat hir that is nouug I cant Vu cufph theij is iew4Ml I Oilirj uf tiuceii dol sQrtucr I fished njV th 1 notitied am tbo wagon wth sent out a
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