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Cuba Daylight (Newspaper) - March 1, 1889, Cuba, Kansas REPUBLIC 1889 Official t U JlljUmphley Governor A Felt Sccrsttry of State Treasurer Jit W General LB Kellogg THE CUBA PuDlishod overt Friday at Re public Advertisements not ordered out befcre Wednesday noon Will he left in until after the next Copy for changes in must be seiitln before Thuisdny New ids received up to 3 B S I p JST A TJ V IP ulMumb J J J IrigallB sth Diiiricr J A AndersOR Senator 3and District V malive 74th Dis 73rd E A D Wilson T Judge Istli Judicial Dfa F W Sturges Chief Justice Supreme AH Horton Clerk i Register of ProbateJupge County Attorney Superintendent Pub Ins Commissioner 1st District and 3rd C P Cirslcnsch HO Studley D W Hamilton TC Reily Glios Nnrthrop J F Close B T HuIIen FA Smith Robl Ivylc J W irnith J Wells TreilMirer Justices of the Peace Constables Road Overseer Pis No John Gibboney Chas Kasl T fc Hales rank twentyfive com Three days wore nud the agony will be Smallpox is ragiuij to an alarniing ex tent in the eastern part of It is rumored that Walker soft of will receive the ap of minister t and Cleveland will laave Washington on March 5th and tateup their in New Senator Case has been ap by tiovornor Humphrey to succeed John Smithas war den 6f thd stato I T Melton t B Strcator Major t t W J Pjlcftjudifc Streator Clerk JnoOocllcr J J Manhal Benj Hull R E H C li Jas City Ajnan who will attempt to immoral and indecent made opanly and the not a fit person to fild any pifice of and we hopethat the voters Of Ouhii will see to it that none suuh wil bo fuukid on onr official rostrum uft er the April T t John AKUKR strtator State Seymour llun Carpenter Goeller Samuel Kandall is now the leader of the democratic party in tko houau ol He will gsither up the tercd frjijpneiits of thai the Bayard trk left niiingliid and bleeding upop the battl logo her as best but prove a sorry aspect no matte lioweKillfult thb Fefliirrection may to PresidentcLoo Hafrison and ptiity duyaned for on 25th The entire trip hi the from By DETECTIVE Continued from lait i and my friend Thompson syelit 6u lookiiigslowly you all naflst know i love After an absence of about two noun i the Head quarters and walking onepoliccraaM temped up to me That where if hePT herein the come and Iffpk at I think it unneceamiy sress my feelings at tlils juncture nst you imagine and Arrivmgat the cage the young man was seated on a Get up there says the The young pitjful look ing man stands but to ray great misfortune I had to inform tin officer that Ue wnsliot the Well I dont caje said the officer We didnt have to catch tlio noth ing Is that soP No sir no sooner had he got out of here he stole ft tine overcoat worth up at the high Bully thinks I to myself hero is ona good tfiiuglSvaa the of being nccmplishedi and really Tbegan to think 1 wbujid soon be advanced onr ougli to jointhe greate scents of the But later 1 that was not all the young man for oh the following morning Omaha dailies forth thenews he hid Edited monthly by Cuba Mercantile Cuba J3ix great Pointers Month of for the T Honest RquBre dealing Ii We will to the bandangod alj up silk Kandker chiefs ho had stolen under his rich drawers they didnt Not accomplishing any thing this I concluded look about the city and soon with little inquiry T found my way up to the Editorial room of that world famed Bohemian Jour nal Pokrok Progress of great and small just Ill We have best and only complete assortment of Bo5ts Dry Hats Queens ware and Elvery tiring in IV We will meet any com petition iu Republic Highest market prico for Eggs and all kinds of pro du6e7lin exchange for our best aad cheapest hurt Co Cuba Mercantile jfl ROCEUI Asron liott Slironf ba Hul ARPWARKKLang ITARNESSCh TobeySi JUSTICE OF THE PEACErtErank V Stata CaJ Indianapolis to th 3 capital tihued butidirigs iu the business jKirtinn of his home were gaily decked in flags and while from the tops of ull the houses floated the btripcs in Ifbrior of jtoe the where I tlie John Rbsickyrbuiy as a bee lor it was before so the jlewspaper men call But that energetic holesonled worker atiinostu dayM one of the leading Journalists in our was not ao busy but what helaid aside work long eriouKh to listen to The made by our Mayor that all business closed for one hour Wednesday during the funer al services oJ llhoda was a huuiiin one every this and CUBA 3pm every BILIABI HALI Good light and good The best order All work done quickly and with VI Ovttterms are CASTI or its therefore Thous ands for but not one cent on no quarrelling over amts in book We sincerely hope that sympathy for bereaved friends relatives and resplct for the dead bi Continued in the Juturo remains of a citizen who has come to the ago of maturity is laid nway in its last resting This decree has bcou greatly neglected in the and the Icadornhip assumed in the pfeeent case by our Mayor is truly Joe 1 Cordry SL Rock fiTOkK BUYER T TIME p 111 P am 4a5 p m spm f i Freight All Dally Daily wcicpt Itirtiudtnat our neighboring got up a minstrel troup few wenks ago composed entirely started out for a tour the wild land woply west seeking and and nothing had beenheard of them since until centiywhen strangling band ofhum with their feet wrappedup in rag carpets and with pants in Jhe winter went limping up the railroad anil the of real boom that Washington anticipated during the cntir winter has sadly and disasterously The editor of this paper will always be found on the moral oido of every and for that reason natural y expects to be abused and assailed by the or who justify lawlesan ess and your shoulders are broad and frorn thijt busiest 0f in Kan conversation and smrewnough ho iijusthave seen soire ripe idea about itfor I saw in that weekis issije a concerning me in Svhich among other that the IhoSSSrchftig of who had burglarized sonic stores at Well no trace of my tj be found I etire summer was over arid I mnsi lose the taking passenger train at 8 oclock in the even ing i made a start home but stopped at Wilber again to satisfy my self for he wasnot was furnished tp my en tiro satisfaction by my friend so i boarded the hrst train out for and arrived safe but and dont you forget Well i went but that sniart burglar waa on my mind all the Ume and not m trace of him seemed until on the llthof Jan eastern mail brought a reading the column Sye same and note its come and try as and be convinced that the above is the truth arid but tlie NEW BLACkpf H B TILBURXi All guarantee 1 t j Charges CIVE ME A sat GO TO CITYTJIN ING South Sitlcof Single S KAN 00 Day Week Board 5 TicketSi for 5 Palcf up A General Banking Money London Personal and Chattel DDraftn availnlIe ifi all of tlie JlfTKREST PAfD OX frlRIE DiRKCTHS OFFICERS VieePres J AsuisstanLCaaUicr H Ori m Justice of the in Danncfors Ben Hull Oril day iit the Cityi Give us a Remember us our Its in Shirneks old oppo site the cottonwood trees in Kepimlic des epBcr J ifc if you want to sell or trade for any description want to rent a If you want to buy workhorses or you want conveyance papers A you want If you wont to subsbribo in an hot rise higher therefore but full than its foi little can lar but Bo Idng as wo cQutrol the tarfr it will T dare to deal death blows headu of inatitu tions whose tfl to degrade1 to my iiiffdrcsliflfeiu 1 ssklng tKarasejks tirtt name cfiption letter wrjtten by one of my countrymen wboae uame i must disclose was Emil had i read the contents of that letter i thought therewas in and seating myself Iscribbl ed a full and descriptive account of the and sent the same to friend Merha while i turned my attention converse witji a lawyerrtind hardly i returned frdin the Metropolis of our wlrSn tbat electric battery Come at once your miin is At this point the redder may hat the battle is over and victory is not instead of fitarling for T started for Belleville on tho evening passenger arriving there i an atty thiil so r was able to Lijrhtning Express of the Great Rock Island night ai oclock ArrivingatjtTopeka rather waited for at the executive oflSce of his Humphreypresented iny papers and it was not long before I bad my meht as agent for I he state of tohiswoellnnoy John Thayer Govr LADIES OF Jvill not freeze or Ask your grocer for jt and receive of the following steel engravings Alan at Mammas Christ before The same old Leav ing Neariiig OLD A6cOIJin8 MUST BE PAID All for 1887 and 1888 niut tM paid at onee or euit will be oommenoedfor collection of the Ineed money and can wait no long I will allow 21 for corn oh 1 To tend us 40 ccnws for one of our prepared to money upon Real Estate at low rates and upon terms of payment that cannot fail to please and connpt be eqtialed by any other than a local company loaning its own We want to Thoroughly CTnderstand that we handle our own money and donot act as agents for Eastern Companies and can therefore offer yon advantages that no other company can our loans are made payabler both principal and at this Bank without expense to the the day abstract is furnished and papers nnd do not compel you to wait while your papers are sent east Clint 1 PROPRIETOK OF CITY BILLIARD i fyoiM Gigais CUBA CITY Hnir Cutting dorie iil the latest STYLES GREGG All sales attended to airidat reasonable tajriril Nnikinnl Company and State Bank of Bankin lower the standard in the of been holding meetings at this for some and hag engaged preach the Hniy way a sinner fci jJfeUiaia OF PAYING MM erndr of thus t of V want to take the best paper ifftlwi and irJg and job done iu thelatoatof Come to the KAVEIGHT J east niauj street your conveying the fint reqnUitpnfroni our new y So well done faithful enter thou the fint In the first out of Topeka i 16ttijdiiy at of n for i stopped vitli the foljoxyiug to Liiiooln Liist week Baker and Simons struck u three fool vein of on the farm f I at a depth of one hundroJ and a tw6 dis after one year We will pay aHy amount from to the tiniire amount of the fitter oiio year from the date ofrthe loan and issue fyyoua Certificate of Deposit for the ing the same the JheseCertificated caih hold nn tiliho loairfallsdue or can get the cash for tliem at the We would have you call arid diBcnss the matte inore fally ifyou contemplate placing a loan unoif your YOUKS All kinds of dray del jver j fu r n it ure promptpl lydona WAX This starch is eoraethlng entirely nnd is without a dpttht the great est stiUch in veiuion vt the nineteenth says that huve useil it It supcrcedes thing or knowu to slencu Unllku oilier starou as it is coated wltbpura was and cheuiiuaily prepared u on Hcieiitirlc principlou byaneipert in the laundry years of praciicut experience inndv It the lirst and in fhc worlii makes ironiBg eiiny restores old siimmer their natural and iujpartrfo liucn a beautiful nnd lasting flnUhr AVk yonr grocer fur WaxStarch next CUBA LsSrwus over in Wupifehgton in that mightj with and FeBd OALVJN i
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