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About The Red Cloud chief. (Red Cloud, Webster Co., Neb.) 1873-1923 | View Entire Issue (April 11, 1884)
Ceanty CenmiiAfcnerg' Proceedings.
RedCloiM April 3, 1884,
Board met pursuant to adjournment.
WJohn E. Smith, J. L. Miller, John
McCallum, commissioners. J. P. Bay
a, county clerk.
County commissioners proceedings of
y February 15,Vl384, were read and ap
proyed after a few corrections were
made relative to B. & M. II. R. Co.,
assessment. Substituting the word "re
fund" for the words stricken off."
The following claims audited and al
lowed on County general fund.
J. P. Bayha poAage and express 14 71
J . P. Bayha for preparing assessment
books for 1884. COW
Chas . Buschow for postage and express 11 00
C. W. Springer services as county Bupt. 122 50
John Murray services as witness before
Grand Jury 2 00
M . W. Bird milrage as
Grand Jurv 2 '20
J. M. Mosena n.edical service & medicine 9 00
M M a
E. Li. Grubb services as special road Com. 2 00
Albert Cummings boarding pauper $16 0)to 12 00
Robert Damerell medical services pauper 7 50
- - - 23(0
Samuel Wfsst J. P. service as overseer poor
$6 88 to 3 37
E. C. Van Auken boarding paupen " 2 00
Claim audited and allowed on road
G. W. Hager bridge material 313 00
The followingclaims audited and duly
Nuckolls county Neb . expend of burial of Thos .
J. M. Mosena balance on slrv as county
physician 1883 18 00
Road District settlements approved
John Zahn O. H. R. D. No. 21. $8.15;
J. N. Smith O. H. R. D- No. 20. 311.49.
Official bonds overseers Highways &
Roads approved :is follows:
Joscj)li Gravs No. S3, John V. Hull
No. 9,Tkl. KeiC No. 35, E. W. Wells
No. 19, and F VV. Tuttleasse.ssorGlcn-
wood precinct, J- L. frame J. I. Uatin
TheJJoard now made the following
appoiniudnts of O H R D's.
Robe.Shullz, No. 15, Marion Alex
ander, o. 18. C. P. Norris. No. '20,
B. 1. ftrce, No. 25. John Seripter,
NoAM. Jhn A. Barber, No. 30, W. W.
Hogate, 34, S. W. Hull, No. 36.
H. B. Siroiis, J. P. Line precinct;
Thos. Kenedy, assessor Walnut Creek
precinct: Js. 1). Albaugh, constable,
Walnut p: -met; F. F. Hull, and Chas.
Throckmo jn, constables Garlield pre-
JKppropi lion for Road District No.
On petiti IRoad District line bet
ween R. 1 flo. 19 and No. 13 was
changed U 1 ii through the center of
sections 28, 1 iud 30 east and west.
Adjourned! f'april 4th, 1884.
I lIUItM xi. OM1T11,
P. Batha Chairman.
Official bond of Thos, Kennedv assess
or Walnut Creek precinct approved.
John McCallum appointed to repair
bridges across the Blue river and other
bridges in Harmony precinct that need
Ordered that 365.00 or so much there
of as may be necessarv is hereby ap
propriated to build two bridges in R.
I). No 9. Webster county, to be -paid
when bridge is completed.
Ordered that 310 or so much thereof
as may be necessary is hereby appro
priated for bridge material to be used
in R. D. No. 13."
Ordered that 340.00 or so much there
of as ma' be necessory is hereby appro
priated for bridge material to he used
in Oak Creek precinct, in Road District
Ordered that 320 or so much thereof
as may be necessary is herebv appro
priated for bridge material to be used
in R. D. No. 11.
Ordered that the clerk advertise for
bids to build a fence around the court
house square. Cedar posts eight feet
long and three six inch pine boards in
height and one six inch pine cap board
on top of fence. Bids to include two
coats of paint and no painting.
Application of David Lutz for vaca
tion of an alley between the Lutz addi
tion and William addition in Red Cloud
and bond tiled and presented to the
board county commissioners who ap
pointed three special commissioners to
examine and report upon the matter.
Commissioners Levi Moore. A. Mor
hart, and W. H. Strohm.
Report of P. M. Cochran. J. I. Ina
vale, relative to Joseph Kuiiat ami fam
ily received and approved.
ReportofChas. W. Springer approved
To tho board of comity commissioners.
In accordance with the school laws of Neb
raska I hereby report tho money received and
disbursed by me for tho iime-tor ending March
Received at various times from touchers nt ex
amination $13 00
April 1, 1834 paid county treasurer 13 00
Chiklp.r W. SeniNHKR
I Charles V Springer county superintendent
of instruct'on for Wubster county hereby certify
that the above statement is truo nccorilin to my
knowledge and belief ('has W Spiunokr
Subscribed and sworn to before me this 1st
day of April. 1884 Ls .1 P Bayha clerk
ReportofChas. Buschow submitted
and approved as follows:
Red Cloud. April 1st. 1884.
To tho board of county commissioners
I most respectfully submit to you a report of
fees collected by me as trcauurer of Webster
county for the quarter ending March 31st. 1884.
and commission received from state treasurer
from October 1st 1882 to Jan 1st 1884
45 Tax receipts 4"no
39 Redemption certificates 9 75
7G Abstracts 19 00
4 Reg warrants 40
4 Tax sale certificates and fees 3 GO
Com for collecting state taxes from October
. 1st. 1882 to Jan 1st 1884 497 G4
Knnnl met nursuaut to adiouanment.
n.iims audited and allowed and war
rants given on general fund.
Joseph W. Warren sheriff fees $23 03
Joseph W. Warren sheriff fees 85 80
George Winton Special Com. roads 2 00
A . Garber poor bill 22 89
William Heff ner poor bill 16 G7
8abm&Blott - " 24 05
Miner Bros. " 38 &
A. C Hosmer printing 18 75
Claim audited and allowed, warrant
on bridg fund S. O. Baker material and
labor on Red Cloud bridge $33.22.
Claim of State Nebraska for boarding
insane at Lincoln $48.01 audited and al
lowed to be added to State levy of 1884.
Claims of Geo. O. Yeiser lor $13.65
and 15.70 and A. H. Kaley for $20.88
and A. C. Hosmer for $100.55 and E.
O. Parker J. P. $11.20 and F. C. Bus
chow $7.60 were ordered by the board
to be returned for correction.
Board appointed Thos. Kennedy,
assessor Walnut Creek precinct. E. E.
Ladd having failed to tile bond. Also
appointed Allen Sheets constable for
P. U !am precinct.
Totol amount .775 39
I hereby certify that the foregoing is n true and
correct account of the fees received by uie as
county treasurer for said couuty and state afore
said for the quarter ending March 31 1881 aud
commission received from rtate trsosurer from
Oct 1, 1884 to Jan 1 1884 to the best of my know
ledge and belief Chas Buschow
Subscribed and sworn to before me April 2 1884
ls J P Bavha clerk
Geo. O. Yeiser county judircsuhmit
ted the following report which was ap
proved by the board as follows:
Report o'" Geo. Yeiser conn' jm O
in and for Webster county. Slate of
Nebraska or fees received by him in his
official duties in the months of Jan. Feb.
and March respectively in year 1884.
In month Jan on ni'irringo iicecses ?. 10 00
" " " Cotnnrs ions o i moiiey
paid on judgments " 2 72
In month Jan Copying pnjen :i 0
" " Court fees r. 75
February marriage licenses n 25
" marriags ceremony : 00
" Court fees including transcript f6 70
On assignment fees 22 0
Recording and probate matter 10 05
March marriage licenses 15 00
Certificate anil seal 1 50
- Court costs including transcript 6 GJ
Total ain't ree'd ftoin Jon 1, to Apr. 1 18 4 2C9 95
loo . O Y isor
Subscribed and sworn to before mo this 1st da v
of April 1881 James McNeuy
Adjourned to Ma v. I. 1884.
John E. Smith.
J. P. Bayha, Chairman.
Demokest's Magazine for April is a
highly entertaining and instructive
number. The articles are varied and
of an interesting nature: among which
may be mentioned. -How we live in
New York the Charities of a Great
City," by Jennie June: "Two sides ot
the question:" "The Diamond Pend
ant," and the admirable serial. "The
Shores of Nothing." The various de
partments contain much that is useful,
and the illustrations add considerably
to the interest of the magazine. The
frontispiece el' this number is a beauti
ful stee engraving.
. The seterest wind stormof tin season ni"
ihk ami the dust is just a little "too too."
The new Occidental begins to loom ui.
The streets are ncarlv blocked tiwlav with
teams from the country, laden with lumber, ma
chinery and fencing material.
Mr. Varrell was nut on crutches this morning.
He has been having an attack of rhuniatini.
V. K. Dimmock of Red Cloud was in our town
Monday, shaking the hands or old friend.
Mrs. Ilaniiou of Illitomingtoii. k here ilsitiii"
A number or strangers an- here looking at tl
countv with the icw to "pitching their tents"
and becoming citizens.
Mavor Parker has nun-hascd a corner lot front
ing the M. E. church. Just whv he has chosen
to live so near that institution, he alone can tell.
Iut his honor being reltgouslv inclined may haw
an eye to Imsim..
Yesterday the full force of oarietiter who wen
at work on the Sherman block came to an abrupt
pause. Stillness reigned fortbe space of five
minutes. Then the cnntructorlifteit uihisoici
and bewailed the present state of affairs. Tin
village has licensed a dnviiiaii: and the citizen-
Inve been threatened with prosecution if thev
snoulil eninloy any others than the ilraunwi to
haul their IuiiiIkt. coal, grain, or anything else.
The result is, that in case dravs are otherwise
engaged, all work, be it public "or private, must
come to a standstill until the drays ca'i be had.
If a gfaln men-Inn' h -s io .n biHu-N of grain
that needs to be placed eNewhcre in thecitv. h
must deiK-nd upon the dray. If the ordinance
contemplates such a uiouoMly as thK then it
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