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Cuba Union Pilot (Newspaper) - November 22, 1889, Cuba, Kansas NO 31 THE UNION SUBSCRIPTION EER YEAR Published every Friday at Re CUBA NOVEMBER Thnrsdry isThanKsgivingi of Kensington has passed into the holy bands of Receivfc our congratula tions ami if these is any other lady in Kensington who wants to marry an send word by telegraph and we will siexe our pass and drn it we dont know The editorof a county newspaper will grant more without pay or a month than any other busi ness man in a It is also an estab liihed fact that he will receive more all around cussings in a week than any other a Thats the reason hes not afraid of my we will soon get through writing and and Onr life is a The years are the Our months are the Our dnys are the Onr doubts are the interrogation imita tions of others are the quotation Our attempts at display a Death O where will we spend in an ad dress to newspaper f great can pot be very well posted on the average newspaper man or he need not have asked the question O where will we spend The republican party of this county has taken her Eli in Out of the is too late dear he will never rally tThedayis past in Repub lic county politics when tor iiity wolfish republicans associated with a like number of to meet in fore thepeopie of our scab and say thereJt is Our votes are intellegenfc votes and we 11 not be imposed upon by any such proceed as hasbeen clearly in the election of Iu fact 1 there wasnt a man on the ticket but what could have been hud tlie opposition taken interest enough in the contest to have placed a full ticket in tlic How can you expect a convention composed of anything else bufwollish republicans and a like niimlierof mug wumps when democrats nre allowed to vote at the primaries In Belleville Tiarlie McLuiirny voted and was talk eel strongly of being run as a Knd we understand that a majority of the delegates were IN Undertakings Can founc at night at nis block werst of In few days we will have received last lot of Hoiliclay Goods and by Decchribcr will up for r UP CAPITAL feral touting Business Transacted I faJdon deposits Iblt or more Lou w P i t Vice k nal Kew York BMK Correspondants Hanover Kansas F tMnk it oveit before ing a Loan a Your fan e want jfco understand we Offer you L are unequaled by any loan st and best assort We desire to call your attention to tlic consisting of ment of ever brought to of all Bufurd Brad leys and Weir Flpwf Cultivators Tin Champion Corn Speoia ware Woodenware andtlie bestbarbed wire njre is called to the Western 3m County WE Clip the following from the Capi taZ in regard to the states evidence the Oronin case The statas evidence is all in and may readily he summed On the night of May 4 Cronin was seen by several He was never seen again by his WHS Sll Vll III Oil J iy f ed by a man driving avvyliite horse and iW an emissary f The driver has lever been heard but the liverfinun let the whit uoise and recconuneiidation of thai a A trtiuk stained With blood was found oii the road to the Oarisou It was identified to who furnished the Seven tflen days later Croiiife ijiody was discovered not far away in a catch Tlie Carfeon cottage was rented mys teriously by Martin IJurke under an as sumed not as a but for a few It must have been rented some What ocea Bion was abandoned di rectly after Blood staiiis mark ed an attempt to blottiiem out with paint failing toxibliterale who rented the was tr Winiiopug with a ti elect to Mverpool in nis A satclie MBschiised s From tlie Frcss Sheriff Ricly started up the furnace in the new jail last everything went as smooth as a Mississippi elec and the entire jail WHS soon as hoi the alleged future home of a Kansas Last Tuesday about two oclock John Ituber who lived at his Eugene drove up toilunter elevator with a load of Go ing ontft the dump gate the horses start yil up went forward to se the lines toiback them tlie horses lucked him in the side knock ing him against side of the KUikhighim on the back of the He was carried into tl eoHice and from there when a physician was call Hut it was that when head eanie in contact with the elevator life and at his spirit took its flight to the who cave 11nlier was a young man about years of aire aiid had been lit the country about five lie a industrious young and his untimely death will be mourned by a host of His funeral will take place fromthe church oTBiclilmnl Tmvimliip to le hold nl at 11 Ikiidiug Scripture and by town ship president Adjournment uimt 2 instincts of Tiow utilize in Wh store building occu pied by Carter For partic ularssee or address The publishers the weekly piigv agriciillnval Des Moines by a iuftirm us thatthey will sendtheir paper from until th lirst nf next lo every farmer in Wiis county not al ready a who will send lijs name and plainly written ona postalcard to the jruninsMd Des 1lie copies will be abw and sejit to any farmer to enable him jiulttefor himself of the nierils of as a paper de voled to hiSSpecial on the January the paper will be discontinu ed unless subscribed for in due hereby forbid all hunting on any million of my farm lying north west of nhllfXPfl tO for ing satisfied with exjperience that the pi principal and interest will be made thus saving you the trouble of correspondence anu peuse of buying exchange every six and the necessity 4 paying your interest from ten to fifteen days before which all I eastern companies requir of r JOHN East Side Maiii i i TT any time after one year from the date of the Loan receive any amount from to the entire amount of the a wiu ssiung to you a Certificate of Deposite for the same DRAW I loan SAME INTEREST AS the interest ING at thesanie time your coupon becomes How study thereon payabu This will be just to you as if the amount was this of the THIS ADDITIONAL AD apphed directly to You will then haw a KESEIIVEUND at your APVANTAG draw upon in any or in case you see which youcan investment by simply presenMiirf an opportunity for a more the cash for r your Certificate of Deposit 4 4c 1 a DEALER IN MISHSSM i Cigars Tropical Etc ELKptiuc remedy is beconiing so well known and so popu lar as to need no special All the same song of purer mediehie does not and it is to do ail that is IClectrio Hitters will cure nil diseases of the Liver and will remove Salt ami other alTections caiiswd by impure tirive Malaria from the system and prevent well as cure all Malarial cure of and Indiges tion try Kleclric satis faction or money refunded Price and per bottle at Gjelle l On passing tally invit 11 front of it and a hcayy get ip small satchel or medicine enter the cottage and then she cry O O and then some thing fell siune even ing a milkman Kunze and Cbughlin drivftto the 1 4his is the Cronin was murdered atrthe Varlson cottage May Bujike and OSullivan must have been accomplices of the Against the evidence is also The plan of the defensewill be looked for with de fendanta are all found guiltyand hang yet be They wtte toatrujoents ofbij were the conspire Oi CASK 1 The report ii circulated that wouid not stay that I would bv closed out and this report has re ceived a wonderful aid conipn and wlivV If 1 i o ksand arc my eugerto push out The public can judge tlie answer as fr the future I thai 1 Imve heen here fotlne past four years thiit m competitor can succeed in mi and from this on if you have any thing to sell or if you will call and i NELSON m ALSOBEST ANp FKESIIliST signing rrr above bearing the signatar the which INSUHES YOU THESE change of officers have occurred before you of Careful consideration of the above JIUST satisfy ony canud the advantages ottered by us are VASTLTTSUPERIOK to thos Loan Companies also tliat they can not be equalled by any Local Company Loamng its own 31 hence the iHipossibility of competing with us in thte respect is apparent We Vpuld be pleased to We any FACT end WprUs here for years and have sent work all over northern Kans s lately opened a shop for myself 4 doors west Citizens National t J Bank Orders given my agent will receive prompt attention Worker 5 THE ETHIOPIAN CAN NOTCHAm HIS SKIB I MOR THE LEOPARD HIS I nuataa win uu u IQDAUT CJLH BB JUSMOTKD BESTKOTDTO TBB HO ntvr IKON OK BuunLiaHT j CAW BE TJSED WITB see what the Racket Combination can x will bring in and will cio tor win your verdict with the niiiltitudeot cus tomers that deal north the second door TJ RETAIL UANUrACnraBM Writing and Cowing Staling THADDEUS DAVIDS 127129 YORK New Billiard The beat the has been recently opened place to where none but the bestorder is always kept GOOD CIGARS andTEMPERANCE pRINKS always FroiJ contemplates placing a loan u i I farms call and discuss theT matter fully I 4t ai 55 jrife
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