The Loup City northwestern. (Loup City, Neb.) 189?-1917, January 21, 1898, Image 1

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The Northwestern
«iKO. K. BPNrtCHOTKM. ; Editor. aart
fi ICO. If OIBM)N, | 1'ublUher*
man HArn nil 0 i'aid i> ai*v \■
Entered at the Loup City Poetofflce for trans
mlteion through the mAlUi a* necond
rlatK matter.
Official Taper Sherman County
How about tbal dfteen hundred
dollar house rent of Gov. Holcombs.
Better give him a couple tbouaand
for office rent. Don’t be stingy boy*.
Some of the disgruntnled demo
* orate and free silver republicans of
the Ohio legislature are talking of
contesting .Senator Hanna's election.
The Shelton Clipper bad over a
column telling how the street faker,
Camanchc McCarthy done the peo
ple of that town for a large amount
and the Ord Quiz saya that be took
about 1100.00 ont of that town.
We note with pleasure that II.
C. Perkins of the St. Pant Repub
lican has received the appointment
as postmaster at that place. Broth
er Perkins has rendered his party
valuable service and the appoint
mant is a fitting acknowledgement
of sueh services.
it IJUW Jt'UH* m 19 IIIUU^IA opillll B U <J
Cuba were going to settle their dif
ference without any further blood
shed. A private telegram to Wash
ington confirms the report that Senor
Covin, the minister of the interior,
has been well received, on his ar
rival Lit Havana, it further elates
that Spain was sincere in her effort
to give autonomy to the island and
■he could not go backword on the
step she has taken.
W. J. Johnson is making it in
teresting for Govenor lioicom b. His
arguments, which by the way, are
founded upon facts and figures, are
met by the populist papers simply
jy calling him a liar, rot writer, and
y all sseh unbecoming names. But
notwithstanding these pretests, these
abuses and slanderous ephithets,
Mr. Johnson goes right on setting
forth tbs fasts as they exist, and
the public is getting the full bene
fit of his observations.
The United State is having made
at Betblebam I’a the largest gun that
was ever forged, when it is complete
it will be six ieet aad two inches in
diameior, at the breach and forty nine
feet and two inches long. The projec
tile which it throws will weigh 2.300
lbs and will travel at the euormous
rate of 2,000 feet per second, The
range of this death dealer will be ten
miles, and the full distance that a
ball will go from the gun to the place
li siriucs me ground is said to he
fifteen miles. From the time the pro
jeetile leaves the guu until it
I would strike ten miles away, would
he less thsu one half minute. There
is uw vessel atloat that could with
stand the shock of a projectile of this
enormous weight and velosity. This
gen is larger than the famous Krup
guu shipped from Dcmany to the
Worlds fair at Chicago. It will weigh
when complete liiti tons aud will he
placed in New York harhor for the
defence of that |>ort,
Couutv (tapenutuudcul George
l,etiiiuger made this otilua a friendly
call last Monday aud suhaeriked lot
this ollieiat organ. t> he «cut i . im
father of Washington township. Mr.
l.vtninger also hruught a •irealar let
ter o| • hie it lie has ls<«n ludnsUtous
It circulating among the h acto n
and sshool h sids of the eoauiy. anil
issued by vt H Ja>kso«i, sup't e<la
» »tiu*i t< sin lot h r N> hra>* * I .
• usslii sets forth the plau for « |u
, rsliusal etkihite at Uw Tran* M!»*
issippi aud International ssp -sin .«
by sou site*, appointing Urn count!
(taper latcadeela as ursnageta ul
enboota in aach csrnntv, and urgiui
^ teaebera an-f school drains! b »rd» to
co upstair tn making the wusly *»
hi hit a seewssa It further stale* Iba
the Nebraska Statu Commission, at
an expense of several thousand dol
lars, has liberally provided 10,200
square feet of floor space, toguther
with sonliguous wall space, which
will he absolutely FitKK to all sch
ools of our state supported by tax
ation making application before Feb
ruary I, 1898. On this date the space
will be apportioned among those
whose applications arc on file, and
each applicant notified of the amount
of spate to whitfh bis school is enti
tled. Sherman county should be well
represented, and Mr. I,elninger figur
es that there is no time to lose.
Hu per vlion I'rofiiidlnutt
Loup City, Jan., 5tli, 1808
Be it remembered that the board of
supervisors of Hlierrnan county held
persuant to law for the purpose of set
tling with the county treasurer. Pres
ent: John P. Lenlnger, M. Rewolinski,
Lewis Bucbthold, S. N. ftweetland, Hen
ry Hunker, Peter MeKeon, Supervisors,
and Louis Rein, county clerk. Absent,
I, \V. Barnes. The following business
wan had and done.
The treasurer presented voueheis to
the amount «f $39,918.70, which were
examined and cancelled by county
board; after which county board ad
journed this session to J o’clock p. in.
January fltb, 1898.
Louis.Kicin, County Clerk.
Loup City; Jan., 6th, 1808.
County board in session, all members
present but I. VV. Barnes, County Clerk
Louis Rein.
;The official bond of John Min*hcll as
County Clerk was examined and on mo
Liuii i r»nu i;iuci'i uiMj nii'i i".
order in the office of the County Judge,
Th» following request of John Min
shull was tiled and read, viz.
Loup City, Nebraska, Jan., 8th, 1898.
To the Honorable, the Board of Super
visors of Hli<>rinau county, Nebr.
Gentlemen.- 1 hereby request to be al
lowed the appointing and the services
of a deputy in the county clerk* office
for the year 1898, and ask that the sta
tutory salary of $700 90 per ami m for
such deputy be allowed out of the fee*
collected in said clerks office. I also re
quest that 1 be allowed the service* of
one or more assistants if required, in
sald'Office for the year 1808, and that a
salary of $47.00 per mouth out of the
fees of said clerks office he allowed such
assistant, and request that 1 he allowed
$200,00 per annum payable quarterly,
for services rendered by me as clerk for
the comity board of supervisors for the
year, 1898.
John Minshull, County Clerk.
Which request was ou motion granted
by the board
The official bond of Louis Rein,
Deputy countv clerk was examined and
apdroved, cndorced thereon by the
chairman of the board.
The follow ing olllcal bonds were ap
proved and endorsed by the chairman
of the board to-wit:
J. W. Jones,coroner; G. S. Leinln
ger, .Superintendent; K. B. Corning, sur
Countv Judge, David Kay appeared
before this board and made satisfactory
verbal accounting of all public funds
and property in his control, his official
bond as county judge was examined and
on motion approved.
The following official bonds of town
ship officers were examined and oh mo
tion approved: Oak Creek Township,
Wenzel Kewotenski Clerk; Ferdinand
Scbroll, Assessor; Anton Waslikuwlak
Justice; Niels N. Jensen, over eer dlst
rlct No 1; .Siwmski, oyerseer dist. No2
Logan township •James W. Johnson,
clerk; John Jenz, Assessor; Jacob A!*
be’s, overseer drstrict, No ft; John A.
Thompson, Justice; County board ad
journed to 1.30 p. m. this day.
Attest. Louts Rein, County Clerk.
The debate arranged for and giv
en ut.der till! Auspices of the Kp
worth League of this eity, and which
earne off in the opera house last Sat
urday evening urns attended by a
largo audience and was very inter
The question as stated was, "Re
solved Uisi '.he United States ought
to take action to secure the inde
pendence of the Island of Cuba."
Judge Wall, born at Furnace,
Old England and II. M. Mathew,
born at London, England, took the
alllrtuative side of the question, and
Walter E. Mathews, hern at Walsall,
ShaffordsUIre, England, and II. J.
Nightingale, born at Briningbam,
Warwichshire, England, the nega
Mr. Wall opened up the debate
with a fifteen minutes speech, in
which he pointed out the relation of
the United states to Cuba ami at the
very outset won the audience In his
side of the question, lie was ably
follwed by Rev. Matthews, who
ueepn miwreaieu ail v. ji n mn sun uug
nod convincing argument. H. M.
Mathews tiien presented an able
argument and statiatie* representing
tbe population of Cuba to be only
| 1,500,000 as against Spain with a
| population of over 17,000,000.
; Mr. Mathew talked until the gavel
| rapped and dosed his argument
with very impictsive icmaiks. It.
J. Nightingale's speck was full of
patriotism. He tiauntud the stars
and stripes to the breeze and pre
sented his side of the question in a
very pleasing and instructive man
ner. Mr. Wall closed the debate
with a master effort of twenty min
utes duration.
A vote of the audience, taken im
mediately after the debate resulted
in an overwhelming majority tor
the affirmative, 114 to 14.
The mao who runs the Monitor,
Has much to learn, you bet. before
I A poet he will make, galore.
IBy gore, by gore, by gore,
The editor of that little Hheet
Had better quickly take his seat
And wash his dirty, stinking feet.
Or skeet, or skeet, or skeet,
My money back. I want he said.
This night before I go to bed.
Or by the Gods I'll have his bind,
lie's dead, he's dead, he's dead.
Written by the “devil" after much
persuasion for a companion piece to
the Lltvbtteld Monitor's poetry of last
Miss Allie Hughs, Norfolk, Va., was
fnJtqtfully burned on the face and ueek,
Pniu whs instantly relieved by OeWitt's
Witeh Hazel Salve, which healed the
Injury without leaving a scar. It Is the
faifiious pile remedy — odeudahl Bros.
Financial Statement of I. M. Polski, Treasurer of Sher
man county, Nebraska, from July 1st, 1K‘.*7, to
January "»th, lsns.
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Win in ii Ciu=
do ns the crowd does and visit the new store of
Whore the finest line of general merchandise can be seen and
Where anything you want can be
When to buy is controlled by inclanation; where to buy is
a puzzling problem—the largest assortment and place for best
bargains usually decides it. This store offers something more
powerful than mere assortment. It has linked economy with
its vast collection, and goods are being sold over our counters
at the lowest cash price to the customer in the
[iistory of |VIerebandisir)9 ir) [Nebraska.
Are you on to the fact that the common, every day things
that you can buy almost any where,is what foots up the biggest
in your dry goods buying for a year? Are you buying them
right. Are you buying them at this store? We pay as close
attention to values in this kind of goods as to the best we have.
Wont it pay you to do the same?
Our motto in: *V'oht rootiey’n worth or your
money returned,” and is fulIQIled in every sale.
I Dry goods, groceries, (toots shoes, Hats, Gaps,
<'hitinware, (Jitesnsware, Hoar, eta. elo. Id fast a
full line of anything you want.
We have plenty of careful, painstaking clerks to wait
on you. We care even more than you do who shows you
goods, and that you should have respectful and considerate
Our stock is thoroughly up-to-date in quality and style in
every department. Come and make your comparison.
With compliments of the season I am Yours Truly,
d. PjilL cIAGGei^.
Prosperity comes quickest to the i
man whose liver is in good condition
DeWitt's Little Early Kisers are famines
little pills for constipation, billions
negc, indigestion aud all stomach and
liver troubles.- Odendabl Bros.
It is easy to catch a cold aud just as
easy to get. rid of it if 30U commence
early to use One Minute Cough Cure. It
cures coughs, colds, proncbitis pneumon
ia and all throat anti imig troubles, it
is pleasant to take, safe to use and sure
to cure.—Odendabl Brcs.
J. A. Perkins, of Antiquity, O , was
for thirty yea s needlessly tortured by
physcian* for the cure of e/oina lie
was quickly cured by using L>>Wftt*s
Witch Hazel Salve the fami* ns healing
salve for piles and skin diseases. Oden
dahl Bros.
Mrs. M. B. Ford, KaddellV, 111., suf
fered for eight years from diapepsia
aud chronic constipation aud was finally
cured by using lie Witt's Little Early
Kisers, the femious little pills tor all
stomach and liver troubles.-Odendidil 13
that wberee** mj non, < diaries 11 sawyer,
now iu •toMiu.iU oownty. Nebraska, I* at this
writing a minor, being 19 years old the ‘Jflth
day Of IIIHI-Oh 1 -os. I hereby t enon nee mU
claim that 1 liavB 01 hi* time, from this
d etc until he r»u« tip, fate majority, or U ji
year*of age That 1 kivc him lnun I right to
transact uny kind of huaiiittui for hluoe f
end la In* ova n name. may buy end »ell hue
for weg« * end c«ll»« 1 She -an.*, bn a legal
party In e» v *•»« tract he may make witii
oihei*. Aiid 1 has tie |a no longer under any
I obligati n* to me u* a minor, bat !>#•> mv
| f ell rou-niti to trau-aei aay aud all beeiiinst
a* though he *ui of rul legal age, and lit*
our i» .*»*»». t*t« en under iny hand tht* tfii'l
day of January ink*.
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Nutter i>f Sale
Vdinlaielialot*. Sale t Meal K 'Ilk*,*
liy virtue of an ord* r of lit dt*ii t
,• art of ti tnit in • ••unlf , in ike *tat e of
| *«*>«*•*. made at the April, A l» o/l
l. rm II e#eof up »n the puttli* a of th* ae
if <ier*t*nvd. edu* 1111*1 rai r *»i the e*te%* of
J ta lfee J « <!•< ee*«*d ejrufaaS Ml*'
II r> » oh* 1**1. widow • «l A'uloi* J M'luimJ
laestot awl other*. I eii «**» ike ifed
j tier f JlH ury, l« « % p tti .of
, oil day, »*tl %t pahlb* \end ie, *t <e«
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twreet at *>-* * ym*
t»;.»«vta?*u^ «*»* tke a**-' * aud no nu
1 >o|» - k* bn ‘d’W »f*» sate b *
eafll 4* i a»d e»*«tewMI *1
■ 4 - e yeasts
< -elml *».♦ Htt*tf*ld»n fcd .Inane* t MUM
j %v t»S 11 rib^ -
1 . >«i«J (r««; at»d
Trees and Plants.
of BEST varieties for Nebraska, Largest
assortment of small Traits in the state.
Millions of Stiawberrlesand Raspberries.
Plants at wholesale and retell.
Our plants have ueee irrigated when
heading It. therefore very thrifty and
deeprooted. Have double valae over
those slanted and starved by drouth.
Hay the beet near home, preventing loss
by delay and saving extra freight or ex
press from eastern points.
Write for price Hat to
North Bend, DudgeCo., Neb.
To give our subscribers an opportunity
1 to test tlieir famous seed*. Messrs. May
1 A Co, the well known seed growers of
Sr. Paul. Minnesota, whose order of 01 e
million Packets of Nteifs te«te«f over «•
per cent pure (Government Report) will
mall seventeen trial Paekels of choice
varieties of Flower seeds to any of oar
readers seudiug to them only ten cents
in silver or stamps. This I* their Ulant
Collection, and consists of one Packet
each Asters. Mignonette, At tlrrhluum,
Pinks. Poppies. Alyesutn. Zinnias. Nl
gells 'indent. Pansy. Calendula. Petu
nias, Sweet William- Porlulaca, Hweet
peas < illlopsls, and Candytuft On each
Packet will lie printed full eutiurel in
-•ructions t hey w|l| also seud lo any
Hardener or Farmer one Package ul
li e»r Extra Early Tree Tomato on race
Ip* of six cents ta si imps Their band
•itiinU l|lu*tial*4 Catalogue will tit
matted free «>n applied'I' n, in any mm
wf,,, ndt inls to pur, base Weeds Plant* oi
Holts* thl* -pimg H* *ure and tssail'M
e i paper when writing Mat A Css
t he piogr'raise is lo-* of t% eetgei4
in,I l. on d « t\ omen * R,li|0'o * of ths
b v-tdi .l Vows, tieaslng date of Ap«t
4r l»Wi I ue pap*« I-Biied o Hb maltei
»f interest to evens, sml we setiss tbs
t-t »etwg from a r- ' tvsymedei't. sklsl
i.i oiliuM | tinted in- ns* ibat li
t«' *s* uyea a metisr of a Hat tiop sdivi
»e the it -ex 1 be hast remedy for
, "nop r«ist end hi on* hi 11* ibei I bass
» o *hie Hod ta > basher t<,iw'» • nugl
ti-tn- di lo taurlty w* itk*i s«r>isd
I gt-dls lev-wtu*esl It, * HI end AH 'ess)
isiiitn lot *ele by • • tsudsbi Hr- *
Both Men and Women. If yon are
willing to work, we ean give yoa
employment with GOOD PAY. and
you ean work all or part of tbo time,
and at home or traveling. The work
Is light and easy. Write at onoe for
terms, etc., to
The Hawks Huh*key Comhany.
Milwaukee, Wia.
Tetter, Salt-Kheum and Ecxema.
The intense itching and smarting, inci
dent to these diseases, is instantly allayed
by applying Chamberlain's Eye and
Skin Ointment. Many very bad cases
huve been |>ermanently cured by it. It
is equally efficient for itching piles and
a favorite remedy for sore nipples,
chapped hands, chilblains, frost bitea
and chronic sore eyes. 25 eta. per box.
Ur. Cady’s Condition Powder*, are
just what a horse needs when in bad
condition. Tonic, blood purifier and
vermifuge They are not food but
medicine and the best in use topnt a
horse in prime condition. Price 25
cents per package.
Fill a bottle or eomuion glass wltk
ui me sud let it stand twenty four hoars;
a svdliiD lit nr settling indicates an un
healthy condition of the kidneys. When
urine stains linen it la evidence of kid
ney trouble Two freqeent ieeire to
urinate or pain tn the back, is also con
vincing proof that the kidneys and
bladder are nut of order.
There i- coni tort In the knowledge *o
often expressed, lit it I If KilntSf**
hwatnp Knot, the great kidney remedy
fulfill* every w l-li lit re’leviug pwm In
the back, kidneys, liver, bladder end
every par' at the urinary '«m«. It
eorrecu inability to urinate and icAid
ing pain tu cue-tug if, uf bad streets
fotloaing im* liquor wine or beer,
vi. I ..irH'uiw that etipieseaat nevesa
ity of being compelled fe get ap maay
I lilo** during the night In urtnste This
I mild and ih* eitnoordisary efieet of
| Sw amp U'l.u ta soon realised It stands
itie highest for t* wonderful curse uf
I ih« most it1s!r**siiig loan If fee need
• n mliv lee you should base the best
an id by* prtee fifty sent* end
<|. i «i 1 .a mio hats s sample
I km- and | bam btel bath sent flee
hv mall y|*Mi,..u the v aiiaiutM
aed nv<l y—ur adir-es to Ik hi invar
\ (M,y It V rne pro
|.iism of lit- paper gearsntee It* g**n
] uinewns* of this offer
” Whealel,”- Ih* N*w
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