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FKIDAY. JAX. 23. 1SS5
Kei Ci.ocif. Neb. Jan. l'Uh, 1885.
Moan! m t in regular SMsion.
J. L. Miller, John MeCalliini, I. B.
Hampton, cuunly comiulnsiouers, "J. I.
Bay I. a county clerk present.
rrocbcdinB Dee. l.'3rd, lg, rend and
On motion board reconsidered their
net inn relative to rejecting the claims
of A. F. Xnulteous M. 1).. and W. W.
iiockwoud as recorded in county com
missioners record Dec. 23d 1884, page
1. B. Hampton wuj appointed a com
mince to return or cnun to be returned
to the Nebraska Lumber Co the pile
driver which the county has bad in uee
for otne time past.
Th following appointments were
rondo by the board: C K. J'uttiam O
H it 1) No. 17. George Martin OHRD
No. :7, Chris. Jiusperiion 0 II 11 1) So.
To balance on hand Jannarr 4lh.
1884 9 446 07
To amount fees reoM 1st quar
ter 1884 835 19
To amount fees aee'd 2d quar
ter Vi$-i 659 78
To amount fe ree'd Sd and 4th
Paid Co., Treasurer over-plua fes Mav
261 hf 1884 f 731 26
Am't. paid Co., Clerka limit of.
fee for 1884 1500 00
Am't paid deputy clerk limit
offeea fur 1884 700 00
Am't paid for extra clerk hire
by order Co., commitfcioneri 19C 00
Total f:il27 25
Balance remaining on hand Dec. 31st.
1834 $41 34
I hereby certify that the !orgoiug is
a true and correct aecount of the Ices
received and (Sitd'tirsed by me as coun
ty clerk and ex ol!icio clt-rk ot the dis
trict court in and for said county and
fctafo aforesaid, for the ijimrtcrs third
and fourth, eudmg December 31st, 1884
(said report concluded by an annual re-
Tfce nt reu
Editor Chief; Some of the ysuon
of the tfchool have been somewhat du
turned with regard to a certain reme
dy for whispering prrcribed by cer
tain teacher- in the school. Only iw
of the teachers have utd aid remedy
and they have pven but a few ioee."
The fco called remedy cons:ed of a
strong te niade of cnmutnile bud.
Tliis liquid i? rather bitter. and a few
drop of it were Riven to each offender,
i'uptl.s complained of not beir.j: able to
'reiueml-er." I' wn thought tat the
bitter tHte would teach them to "re
member." Certain person! denounce
nid remedy an "silly," others call it
"injnnoun." It certainly t not the
latter and a to the former well,
"opinions differ " It .:w certainly an
effectual remedy. Tlit- rod, however
will in future take the place of camo
mile. Principal 9h.ui;h wus in no de
cree re.-ponsihV for the r.dniinfe'ralion
of the- "medicine."
The following R I) jtettlcments ;vcro ' capitulation) to the brut of rny Lnuwl-
examined and aimrorcd: W. V. KMs-
wnili R I) No 6, $2.08; K. IIou.:hin K.
No 9. (21.50; Canuadv Johiwon R D No
22, 612.46; Wm. Kuelm K 1) No 12. 68.
25. Bonn) now made a contract with A.
C. Hosiner and Geo. J. Warren, !it Bed
Cloud, Neb., topublikh the county com
jnisoioners preceedings of Webster Co.
Nfb. They agreeiug to publish the
fcaid proceediii;.i for the year 1885, com
mencing from Jan. 1st. 1HH., and con
tinuing for one year. Each linn to be
paid $45 psr annum therefor, and CHch
of said tirms are to have furn'ahed to
them a copy or the proceedings of the
bourd at their own expense. Saiil con
tract to be payable- iptarerly.
Board adjourned to Wedusday. Jan.
Board met pursuant to adjournment.
Full board present.
Official bond of C. E. Putnam O II
K D No 17 presented and allowed.
Boad overseer settlement of Fred
Blumcuthal examined and approved.
The petition tor a public road run
ning through tho centre of sec 29. town
4. range 9 west, rejected for the reason
that petitioners failed to comply with
the action ot tho board oj August Hlh,
Claim ofS D No 56 presented by John
Blaine for cleaning school house after
being used at general election held No
emberl4th. 1884, whs duly rejected.
Claim of A. T. Onnsby for house vent
furnished Jessie Clinesix dollars or
dered returned to justice anil overseer
Claim of Kricgsman & Co against R
I) No 27 for lumber,, was audited and
allowed and warrant ordered drawn on
Co bridge fund.
The following bills were audited and
allowed and warrants, to he drawu on
Co road fund for the same.
Nebraska I.umher Co, lumber for R
I) No 7, $49.37, Blatt & Frees lumber
for R D No 12. $31.02, Kriegsmau &
Co lumber for R 1) No 32. $109.30.
Kricgsman A Co lumber for R D I o 26
19 49, Nebraska Lumber Co R D No
The following claims wero audited
and allowed and warrants to bo drawn
on Co Gen'l fund for the same.
G. VT. CasRon serv witness stato r
Cook, $32.50, A . C Hosmer printing.
$44.80, G J. Warren printing $22.50.
R R Sheror lamps, oil etc to court
house, $.50, C L. Winfrer eorr consta
ble etc $5.50, W W Gardner boarding
Cook and guards. $37.75 to $35.00, Gil
ham & Tullovsserv Co Att'yn G mouths
'ending Dec 81. 1884, 175.00.
S Van Doren $11.50. S S Miller 12.30
J W Wratt. n 12.30. John Galbrcath
10.70, John Dunbar 11.40. John Kel
logcr io.20. S W Fultou 12.S0, M. S Bal
lard 14.00, J W Norris 12.20, John Mar
ker 11.40, Charles ltarhrr 13.00. R B
Fulton 14.00, M Fisher 12.20, fcdward
i'arkes 14.20. Chris Nelson 1 1.00, B II
Crow 14.90. Luther Hilten 91.2), Henrr
Gilham 10.20. S. CroMon 11.50. Wm
Dixon 14.40. Alcotus Riloy 10.50, F N
si'Kciai. rKTrr jurors.
John A Barber 5.10, A McCall 4.70
II C Wolf 4.60. C C Cox 4.60. John T
Robinsou 4.90, John Posey 4.80. George
DeWitt. 14.90, L F Mimsell s.30. John
Tonilintiun 4.20. L N E I. o i 4.90 J D
Post 4.60, L C Olmsteiid 4.90, Charles
Munger 14.70, II B Simouds 4.80, Mark
Warner 4.50, Otto Skjolver 15.50, G A
Hutton 5.S0. Henry Mauror 4.30. W J
Vaneu 4 70. R D Davis 4.70, G W Buker
4 00. A Meltoa, 4.90. Sam Healon 5.40.
Frank Smith 4.70. Noble Sauford 4.50.
Frank Kent 4.70. M C Jackson 4.70. W
F Foster 4. 10, S W Coon 4.10.
TALESMEN JUKI) I'd.
J W Bvyaut S12.70, B T Roed 12.00.
D G Grice 13.00, Harvey Dedrick 12.20.
Jia Sleeper 2.00, D Kessler, 2.00, Leon
ard Aultz 2.00, B Houchin 2.00.
"WITNESS STATE YS COOK.
Mrs Anna Rail 10.40. Fred Hnppcrt
8.30. J W C Thierman 6.20. G W Cas
on 11.00, Ernst Kirste 10.60, J O Bur
gess 8.20, August Blumenthal S.20,
Fred Muchow 8.20. Jos W Warren 2 00
G W Ball 2.00. A P Hilton 12.00. Wm
A Watkins 8:20. E A Hall 2.00. i
WITNESS STATE V8 FEKKLEIQH.
Jacob .Puet 8.00, M. W. Bryan 8.00,
C L Winfrey 8.00. H A Watson 2 00,
W alter Harris 2.00, Frank Rickerson
2.00, Ben Ludlow 2.00, Peter Hanson
The following were submitted and
approved by the board.
Report of funds received by J. P.
Bayha Co Clerk of Webster county
Neb., for tho purposes hereinafter set
forth up to Dec. Slist, 1884.
Feb. 15, 18S4, recM of Eustis 4 Griffith
deposit with road petition $10
April 11, 18S4 recM of Ri H. Quiggle
and others for same 10
March 14. 1884, Wm. Shuman for
same as. above . 10
Jan. 3. 1S85. Wm. Crabill as rent for
county poor farm for 1884 40
Paid Gon-Trea6urer . . $70
Report of J. P.: Bayha- County Clerk
at Red Cloud, Neb.Dec. ?ist. 1884.
To the board of Co.. commissioners
I most respectfully submit? to you a
report of fees collected by me as clerk
of Webster county. Neb., for the quar
ters ending Sept. 30th and Dec. Slst,
1884. inclusive, and disbursement of the
same as follows to-wit:
Total receipts . $1,230 56
Balance on band Juue 30tb, '84 109 78
Total SL340 34
Bv clerks fees for Sd and 4th
B- deputy ciers.s ices ioi oiu
By extra' clerk hire for same
enge and belief.
Subscribed in my presence and sworn
to before me this 12th day of Jauuarv
1885. D. S. Coomim. N'lry Pub'le. '
Red Cloud. Jan. Jst, 1285.
I. George (. Yeier. county judge in
and 'for Webster county, in the state of
Nebraska, do hereby certify that the
following .sets out in full, fee received
by me as county judge from Octybt-r 1,
1884, to December 31st. 1881, both day3
For October. 1884 $40 20
For November 32 85
Fur December 56 75
I have for sale about five hundrd
hih grade Spanish, merino cwr?,
Ahich I will -ell on four veara time to
I any responsible patty. Note t(; ber
ten per cent uiterect, and to be well ?e-cur-d.
Trie-e sheep are all young a:ul
in (od condition.
lS-tf D. M. Platt.
Total $L29 00
baiaucoon lraad Dccli-- Z4
Total $129 80
Subscribed and sworn to before me
this 5th day of January, 1885.
Geo. O. Yeisek
E. H. Aumlek. Notary Public.
To the Board of Co. Coni'rs.
in accordance with the school law of
Nebraska, I hereby make my report of
money received and disbursed for the
quarter ending Decern ber 31st. 1884:
RecM Teacher's Examination $29 00
Nov. 14, paid Co treas $15 00
Jan 15th, " 14 00
Total $29 00 $29 00
I hereby certify that tho abova state
ment is just and ttuo as I verily be
lieve. C. W. Sl'KIKGEK.
Subscribed in my presence and sworn
to before me thi 15th day of January,
1885. J. P. Bayha, Co. CTk.
The board granted the application of
Anson Hiiiby and Juo R Shirey, com
mittee for the use ot tho courl house
hall for the purpose of holding club
parties at such time as they may de
sire, and to pay six dollars for the use
of the hall each time used.
Bourd adjourned to Jan 15th, 1885.
Red Cloud, Nkij., Jan. 15, 1885.
Board of commissioners met pursu
ant to adjournment. Full board pres
ent. On petition board appointed M. W.
Bird constable for Potsdam precinct.
The reports of Samuel Went J. P., F.
C Buschow, J. P., and John Polnickey,
J. P.. presented and approved und at
tached claims allowed as hereinafter
Tho following chums were audited
and allowed and warrants to be drawn
on the county general fund to pay said
J. P. Bayha CTk D. C, district
courujices $ 3 50
J. P. Bayha postage, keys and
ink, 11 25
Chas. ft. Springer, sorvices as
Co., Sup't Pub. Inst. 59 50
Chas. W. Springer, postage and
freight 4 10
A. C. Hosmer, printing 10 00
R. L. Tinker, furnishing ballot
box 3 00
M. W. Bird, services as con
stable 8 65
John Poluicky, boarding and
clothing pauper 54.10 to 47 98
R. L. Tinker, poor claim for
Bedient family 101 00
Samuel West, J. P., sorvices as
overseer of poof. 10 00
Mrs. E. Weller, services nurs
ing Mrs. Ro.socrans 22 00 to 15 00
Fred Newhouso rent of house
Mrs. Rosenerans pauper $15 00
J M Mo? -mi M D medical bOTV
Jessie Cline 9 50
Morhart & Fulton poor bill 3 25
I N Taylor boarding pauper 21 00
R Damereli medical services to
paupers 14 50
F N Robinson digging grave
for Mr. Bedient 3 00
Nebraska Lumber Co poor bill 4 50
Chas H Potter rent of house to
Mrs. Burkhead SO CO
Amanda Young washing for
Bedient f.tmilv, rejected. 6 00
A U Kalley poor bill 83 12
S J Spiokelraier med Herv 10 00
F C Buschow serv overseer 2 00
Erwiu Padden & Co medicine
for poor 3 60
Board adjourned to Jan. 16th, at 9 a.
Jacob L. Milles,
J. P. Batha, Chairman.
BED CIX)UD MARKET
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BEST TONIC ?
T&U medicine, combining Ircn with par.
Verttibla tcirfca, quickly and eorcpleuly
Cwm Drvpata. Ih4IcwHmi. Weak,
iMpnr BlooC. JIsi&rlA,CkliU&s4 Fever,
aa J Nrormtcta
It it a un&ilintr ta3y for Biaeue of tbt
Maejrs mmi. IJrer.
It Is in valuable for IKseaHf ptniliir to
fOTxtem, s.nd ill who lead JddeKUir Htm.
It doe no: Injure the teeth, cacse headchw
produce cousipioo o&zr Jrc sm2ic.Tta do.
It enriches and purines the Mood, rtisctoea
the apoetite. aide the aaehailaticn of food, re
.eret Heanbcrn end Blchii!ff, end etzesth
en the auaelee aad nerree.
For Intermittent Ferera. Leeeltsde, Lack c!
Znerty. Ae U bee no equal.
The frensine has eborv tnde mark msi
crneed red lisee on wrapper. Take no o&cr.
n m, mtraeer,:
I'ounij A pocket book, i'.h some
money therein. Owner can have oiime
by pi ovine property and paying for
this notice, on callini; at this " office.
Il-in and scratches of every kind
cured in 30 minute by Wn.dfordV
Sanitary Lotion. Use no other. Tins
never fails Sold by R IS Shorer, drug
gibt, Kid Clu'.id. " 22-lv
Six or seven more of thos-e choice
cows at Mru. S X Richmond's on Iuiisa
Stohev has another consignment of
that celebrated Otiids Hock flour
which he i retailing at yo See
Storey if you want wood bargains, llv
proposes to give the people a chance
these hard times.
I AM holding it herd of good Colora
do hor-es at. I P SauerV. six miles west
of Salem Al?o several teams of large,
native work horie. Will sell cheap
for caph. Waltkk IlAiutis.
2.-, 3t Salem, Kansas.
STKKEitfCOPir views chciper than
peddlers can .-ell them at Conines.
TEST YODRIAKHS POWDER Tfl-Bil!
Brands adTerUicd at l-lct'ij jnn
Flia a ca tp dovn on a bot rtov uttll bavd.tha
riue t& eoraranU inll. A chrmUt IU net r
Mllwi t eaUct th praano of jut.itjc!.
fiFS NOT C0'TAIS A313IOSIA.
m BiaLHuaukU lue NCVSR eau tewsnom,
la a million homaa for a quarter a eacturj it Am
ta4 tb comumirt' rollabla tt.
THE TEST OF THE OVEN.
PRICE BAKING POWDER CO.,
Dr. Price's Special Ymmi Extracts,
Tk Mranfnt.Ml MMn imd aatsra I tf kaaaa4
Dr. Prloi's LupuSin Yoatt Gam
! Lickl. Uteie Hral. The Baal Di? Mvp
FOR SALF. BY GKOCER9.
rWITACO. - ST. LOUIS.
LIGHT HEALTHY BREAD
Tie but dry hf yeajt tn the vrarld. IftM
tmleed fcj thte yeait te HpHt. wMte acit wtee
teeae Uae oar qrasdm6tBjr'i ja'te'eae rmf
OROCERS SILL THSHL
PM'IMI r TW1
Prloa Baking Powder Co.,
Bum cf Ir. ma i Uckl nnm Ecml
fjajia 11U 9U Lau Me
Web3ter County atfrosa85 to 10
Improvod and Unimproved Lands
Sovoral Well Watored Stock
Ranches at bargains.
O. W. KALEY, Agent,
Rd Cloud, Neb.
Thev Must Go I
Honest Tbfx i- tho
Underwear, Scarfs, Gloves, Gaps! sloshing, hats, caps,
And all Winter Goods.
Therefore will sell all of our goods at prices
whicli will make them
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Groceries, Glueenswart &c.
RED CLOUD. - - - . XEBKAKA
Froo ic4tYry W nil ' t
TO ANY ON
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VEY BSST OPISATING,
CUICUST rTETiLTNQ- tip
Ever offered to tke pmWlo.
SOLE AGENT FOR
Selz' Celebrated Boots and Shoes
, foy, Men, Women and Children.
Remember you can buy goods at
prices which are Lower than
the price of corn at present
Square Dealing Golden Eagle
m0 I m fsf fv fc w w
1. Wo buy only tb lurm; Drip mjntX MevttauMNt.
a. Wo buy lor mutfe Lhochr )rtlteMr Umi tOwmb mttt
3. Wu ttol! for cunh nteel xirm nor oamtomtw iAM llwiMir,! of t
1. Wo CMirry In ntoak vU.t Unvote. iwl MMMft tlgttf of JKi
and Hlntionory In Uio Vnttej.
5. Our I'urAuntHt uro th nrbeH la Um iMed.
O. In coinpotttKitnsr TrcripUmti 'murnm HystMea ltctvw(a. lww
and chomlonlri. u-hiah hnve wurhl Altt rnnf ftnti Unr pttrtvy
7. Wo omjiloy n. Lhoru'ieTb wct eoniSW3t tuurmmU na nt. nib
i We invite one and all to visit onv sioro and
examine onr stock. Goods not in stook
will be obtained on short notice.
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The Most Useful Invention Ever
Before the Public.
Wha( we Cl-ilm for th National Uar
1. Thnt it U simple ami more easily
lciimeii than any other garment cutter
now in use.
2. That is absolutely correct, giving
a perfect 3t in etery aue, thu "nving
much time and pte of inateriHl
wliicli generally attend tho cutting of
Falls City. eii, St-pt, h, 1SS3.
We n Atiificd that the Xuttoan)
Gnrmcnt Cutter is far superior to any
othr iyetm w hnv tt knmn
Mrs K Ij Hammori, Mrs L I Unrilev.
'ra a R Boyd. Mi-! Ik'Ile Crook ami
What tho Ladloa of
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Arnuii.v. St.n., lh-c H. IKSJ.
Aftira All! unr-tiAtir.ri of th
National Garment Cuttrr wt are fully
satisfied that it l far uprinr to anr
v:eni we have -ct en. r it rut n:i
hflcnmp an indinensiblc article in the kind of unrrn int f-rimM. irnmcn ntui
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children, uith full dratKry nrn trim j rVWt-JV't"iv.r- y
min:s lor tne .Htn. Mm ij Lteti
ney, 31 rs M L Zok Ard others.
3. That wnen once intronured 't
4. That in no case where this
cutter has been used, has it failed to
give unbounded satisfaction.
5. In ehnrt that it is the Xe Plus
Ultra of all system of cutting and never
fails to give unbounded satisfaction
Wo Want Amenta
in cverv precinct in KttU;r count.
Gffdf live agenu wanting employ
ment will find a bonanza m Hinj; th?
Xalional Garment Cmtr. Trnury
tnr fa on reasonable tTin?. For fur
ther information call on
B F Stephens, Xcmaha
Being compelled to go home i would
be pleased to have a few good
Red Cloud Music House.
Sterling. Packard cfe Western Cottage Organs
Piarios, Organs, and Sewing Machines.
Stinway, Weber & Paris Pianos.
I wish, to inform the people ot 'Webster and mdjoinhig cotzsttes that I
have opened a muse storo on Webster Avorrae, opposite Piatt &
Trees Leniber pard Ahero -vrili be found a supply of Organs, Piacoee
end Tewing machines, 'which -srillbesnld a cheap aa can be bought
west of the ''Big Huddy," elthor for cash or fax easy payment. Before
buying elsewhere call and see me.
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Guide Rock, Web-
abe coK3TAi7TLmtA3ffirrAcnjxixo r
TIME TO BUY
in the country and
?u to select from
r Countj, K
Family and Pi
From tho Terr bstmiieriaVi.
at hr& ptm prlo.
. mj-ryr t- r-l . f-ftm!
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