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The Red Cloud Chief
FRIDAY. MAY 14 1S8G
Red Cloud, May 4, 188G.
Meeting called to order by C. G.
.Wilson, chairman. Present I. II.
Hampton, (J. Gust, Jos. Garner J. W.
Stoddard. Wm. Kyker, T. J. Wilder, K.
V. Shirey, W. II. Howe, It. M. Jones,
J. L. Frame and A. J. Kcnncy.
Record of last meeting read and ap
proved. On motion the following official bonds
approved: Fred Huppert, orersecr of
highway for district So. 1J; Mathias
Studler, same for district 1'J; C. C. Cox,
same for district Henry Gilhatn,
township clerk Red Cloud; James
Arnack, treasurer Garfield township;
Washington Reed, township clerk Glen
wood township; H. IX Kamicy J. P. for
Potsdam precinct; J. C. Warner. J. P.
Red Cloud township.
Certificate of county judge showing
filing of bond of .J. L. Frame supervisor
of Uatin township presented to the
board, certificate approved aiid J. L.
Frame admitted as a member of the
J. M. Stoddard instructed to com
plete IJridge across Chestnut creek and
On motion the following settlements
were made with road supervisors:
K. Falrlh'M. amount flu;.... io 00
1. OMlmMcul, amount due To
Jovpli i'.tslibv, amount tlii c 7'
A V Knit, amount due 31
(' II .lasjwrson, amount lic 2 K.
On motion the cliairman of board ap
pointed J. L. Frame, W. W. Hogate
and R. I). Jones to appraise school
On motion that the taxes for road
and bridge purposes collected for the
year 188.0 from the various townships
be returned to the township treasurers
to be used for the purpose of building
roads and bridges, carried.
On motion county treasurer instructed
to give J. Q. Potter a tax receipt for
lots 12 and 13, block i3, hi lied Cloud
on payment of .1 1.07
Petition of R. M. Jones and others
asking for an appropriation for the pur
pose of building a bridge '.W fiet long
across Oak creek between .sections i'i
and l.", granted.
On motion petition for a bridge across
Reaver creek between sections 'Jii and
1M, town 2, range !), granted and 7
or 50 much as may be necessary appro
priated for that purpose.
Petition for an appropriation of -o.
to be invested in bridge lumber by the
.supervisor and used in building cul
verts in Catherton township, to be
equally divided between the two road
districts in said town, granted.
Petition for an appropriation of $25
to purchase lumber for roads in Ratin
Petition for an appropriation of $25
to purchase lumber for ronds and
bridges in Glenwood township, granted.
The petition for an appropriation of
$25 for repairing bridges in Line pre
The petition for an appropriation ol
$25 or as much thereof as is necessary
to build a bridge across Hicks creek in
Road district No. 29, granted.
The petition for aii appropriation of
$85 for the construction of a bridge
across Kim creek in the village of
Cowh", Ploasantllill township, granted.
The petition for an appropriation of
$150 for the purpose of repairing ami
constructing bridges across the Rlu
river in Harmony township, granted.
The petition for an appropriation of
$05 for bridge purposes to be used in
Stillwater township under directions of
The petition for an appropriation of
$25 for Hie purpose of repairing roads
and bridges in PoLsdam township,
To the Ronnl of Supervisors of Web
ster county, Nebraska.
The undersigned petitioners respect
fully ask that a public road be estab
lished as follows: Reginuing at the
northwest corner of section 12. town
ship 1, range 11. west, in Webster
couuty, Nebraska, running thence west
on section line between sections 2 and
11, to a point where the Rurlington &
Missouri river railroad strike said sec
tion line in section 10, running thence
southwest along said railroad track to
Frisbie's crossing, thence running south
n said section 10. fifteen roils, thencr
in a westerly course to the Red CInid
J. II. Ferruan,
M. S. Marsh,
F. R. (ifanp,
J. L. Miller.
A. N. Pattnor,
O. C. Johnson,
M. W. Dickerson,
J. S. Francis.
J. J. Duckcr,
It is ordered bv
the board that the
above petition be granted ami that said
road be platted and recorded.
The petition for the appointment of
Abram Scott overseer ot highways for
R. D. No. 4G. denied, the board having
The claim ol the hospital for the in
sane amounting to $157.82 was ordered
to be laid over until thine meeting and
then tav levied to pay said account.
The report ot the county clerk of toes
collected and disbursed for the quarter
ending March o'st, 1SS6. picsented and
The xeport of the county superintend
ent of money received and disbursed for
the quarter ending March 31st, 1SSG.
'presented and approved.
The report of Frank Huschow J. P.
for Potsdam precinct of fines assessed
and collected from January 1st. 1SS5. to
the first day of January, 1SSG, pre
sented and approved.
On motion that the county treasurer
be instructed to notify the B. &M. rail
road company that they will be required
to pay taxes on right of way and depot
grounds in Red Cloud, said taxes to be
On motion that owners of lots 12 and
22. in block 31. be notified to appear
beforo the board Wednesday, May 5, at
2 p.m. to show cause why buildings on
said lots should not be assessed to them,
The supervisor of Oak Creek in
structed to confer with Adams count'
lor the purpose of building a bridge be
tween sections 3G and 2. town 4. range
1), said supervisor authorized to build
one half of said bridge.
Moved and carried that $15 or so
much as may be necessary be appro
priated to complete bridge in Walnut
Claim of Adolph Proule for a refund
of taxes referred to count v attorney.
Claim of John Borger fdr refund ot
Accouut of state for keeping insane
referred to count attorney for recom
mendation. County treasurer ordered to transfer
county sinking fund on hand to county
uefi. iiii it II Wfln T Tflrnriiintirfiiiir TittlKnMiTiwTiyr
general surplus fund to pay current ex
penses. Yeas 14, nays none.
On motion the following claims al
lowed and warrants to be drawn on the
C C Cox. lumber and materia! for bridge 3 G J 35
i 15 Hampton, oak piling Guide Itock
bridge. - ..3MW
Tctnplcton Cro?, lumtwr ami material for
bride . C0J
ttSl'niudnt. lumber YlZ
Wrn H Sawyer, labor and material lor
c.nto liock bruize VI 10
John 3!arii. hardware for 'Juble UoeJc
bridge . ... 11 CO
i u Watt and other, material and labor
on Guide IJvk bridge VZi 7a
Tcmpleton liroi. material for bridge
arrovi ISearrrvefc 2-rfl
U K Sherer, liardv are . 1 10
A .1 Kenney. to money advanced to i. O.
I!.iKr for labor on bridge 175 ro
(5 W Dow, material and work on Iron for
bridge a-rots Keimhlicau lMer .... 1125
I. N l-iI!ont labor and material for
bridge iiTinn I'ar creek 2120
I .M 1'Jatt & Co IuiiiIkt, etc., for ited
loud bridge 501 2
The following claims allowed and
warrants to be drawn on the county
J C I'.rooks, services as supervisor $ 5 on
rcust ' t
If J Scott, conveying insane to hospital i
'I ('. Wilder. services ?Miiervivr 11 10
SW Fulton. - " c 10
f I. Frame r. .v
K M .lows ' " ' (i 70
W'KIUk'T - " " 12 V
l.ts Grove " " " CW
.lohn . Street .'-0
C G WiNou " " " - 10
riloranville, si. Ik. medical services to
.1 II IJailej, express and postage and Held
iKitet for coiintv IJ 20
Geo .1. Warren, blanks, envelopes, etc. . 7 75
A r Jlosmer ' " " ... W7:
.Martin ( ooncr. constable fees In cat:
Mat- vs Wood
.1 It V lllcox services on delinquent tax
Cvrenus .Sclienek, services rorouer i.Io
C 11 Totter rent of house to Mrs Burkhead
A f Hosuicr. publishing notices election
0 W Springer, 3 months services county
superintendent 250 '-0
.1 II Halle', preparing asst. books foi I-.-6 100 ()
A.I ueiiuey, vvorK on iieiui(ueni tax nsi.
II C Seutt, lr xstiug 16 election notices
Gactte Journal "o books, blanks, etc
" " one large fountain
stamp pad .
G.ietti'-.loiirnal ("o , township seals, or
G:i7ette-.Ioiirual Co. books, wartauts, etc.
.1 H U,t iley, clerk's fees cae of.) liartman
GsJ Warren. blai'k. -tationery, etc ..
(' A 'I eel locating ta pavers'm road dist's
' I. (Vtttlng, r, gallons coal ll
.to-. Garber, work on delinqticu: tax list
Stab .lounial To, books and st ittonery
llriggs.1'. liumtiiel, tour ballot boxen and
work in clerk's olllce
( WSjiriiijrer, printing and inMage
Willcox &.swe-y, services as county at-
linies I mo-.
.1 I'.rooks. l keg of mils for bndgt; in
I. F .MiuiM'Il. taking lLiulMToutof luavale
K i) Parker, lees in c.ise of Stae vs Wood
Win .Mon'gojiierv. constables fees in case
of the State vs Wood . .
Iters Fruiting Co, Iti township records
I latins of judges and clerks ot elec
tions held March 20th, 18SG, in 'Red
Cloud and Walnut creek townships.
Joseph Garber, judge of election 2W
A N I'.ttiuor " " " 200
v. c Jackson. " " 2 oo
Ihos Kennedy " " m
Frank i: Fierce ' 2 00
.1 I) Allbaugb " j CX)
J li Kellogg, cleik of election 2 00
G A iAipemau 2 i-0
II Holiiiegu ' 00
A V KInker r, vo
.i II Kailcv, canvasser 2 00
M H MeNitt, canvasser 2 0)
I. II Fort, canvasser 2 00
The claim of R. I). Jones for $170.:?7
for material furnished Inavale bridge,
The claim of Adolph Proule for $12.
:5: said to be illegally levied on his per
sonal property in 188.', rejected.
The claim of Durgin fc Pngsley for
meat amounting to $12. uO rejected for
want of jurisdiction.
The claim of J. B. Fisk for medical
treatment to John Allen, a pauper,
amounting to $35 , rejected.
Rkp Cloud. May 5, 1880.
Board met pursuant to adjournment
ami was called to ordel by C. G. Wilson,
Petition for a road near Blue Hill
presented to the board and petition
granted on condition that F. Poiserand
A. Mandelbaum waive damages assessed
by appraisers and F. L. Ford and A. I).
Waterman accept damages as assessed,
waiving right of appeal.
Moved and carried that Douglas Terry
be required to pa- his taxes to the
county treasurer and then appear be
fore the county board and show cause
why the same should not be paid.
On motion road tax named in peti
tion from Miner Bros, be transferred
from R. 1). 3 to 11. 1). 30. Outside of
this road lax the petition was rejected.
On motion that claim of C. H. Potter
againt tiie count' for house rent for J.
S. Burkhead be allowed and a warrant
drawn on the county general fund pro
vided plaint! 11' withdraws suit and pays
costs, carried. Yeas 8, nays G.
On motion that claim of Archibald
Thompson against county for house
rent for Jessie Cline. eight months in
lbS5. be allowed and warrant drawn on
general fund tor $41 provided plaintiff
pays cot and withdraws suit, carried.
Yeas 10. nays 4.
On motion that claim of C. II. Potter
against county for $20 house rent tor
John Moody, be allowed provided plain
tiff pays cost and withdraws suit, car
riedj On motion A. J. Kenney wa3 chosen
cliairman pro tern and authorized to
sign warrants drawn.
Or. motion petition for public road at
th e mill granted.
Moved and seconded that warrant
571' on general fund in favor of Morhart
& Fulton be canceled ami a warrant for
amount of said warrant $S1.15 be drawn
on the county general surplus fund.
Moved and seconded that matter of
over assessment in lots 12 and 22. block
31. Red Cloud, be indefinitely post
poned on the ground that board has no
power to grant relief. Motion carried.
Moved and seconded that a commit
tee of three. A. J. Kenney. Jos. Garber,
and R. V. Shirey be appointed to have
judge's stand, jury box and prisoner's
dock constructed in court house. Mo
It appearing to the satisfaction of the
board that W. N. Richardson paid taxes ,
amouuting to $1511.87 ou illegal assess-,
ment. it was on motion ordered by the .
board that said amount of taxes be re-,
funded to said W. N. Richardson. i
Moved and seconded that the clerk
issue an order to the couuty treasurer
to refund to W. N. Richardson $159.87 !
as taxes paid under protest on an illegal
assessment. Motion carried.
Moved and seconded that $97.09 taxc5
paid under protest on illegal assessment j
for the year 1883, by W. N. Richardson i
be refunded, carried.
Moved and seconded that delinquent ;
tax list reported by committee as col
lectible be placed in the county treas
urer's hands for collection, carried.
Moved and seconded that all delin
quent taxes on list reported by com
mittee up to and including the year $
18SD. not marked collectable be stricken
from the list. Carried.
Moved and seconded that the county
treasurer be instructed to notify all
delinquent tax payers on the list re
ported bv the committee as collectable
to pay ail delinquent taxes prior to the
vear 1885, on or before the first day of
October. 18SG, or distress warrants will
C. G. Wilson.
J. II. Bailey, Chairman.
- -.' -v , . . 1
Morhart fc Fulton will sell tho now
Davis 3 burner, wrought iron, -mooth
top, automatic, self lighting :aolme
stove spot with oven cash for $15.50.
5 burner, with oven, mounted, $17.00
New Eureka, 20x20 inch oven, with
36 pieces of tinware, spoi caah, net
So. S Cook and reservoir, complete,
with 30 pieces ware. .poi cash, net $25.
A full line of the celebrated "Gar
land" cooks and ratijres, finest goods
sold in the United States.
Also their immense stock of ranges,
cooks, shelf goods, wire cloth steel
goods, wooden, granite, planished
lant-v, pressed and hollow ware, tools,
wood pumpfc, etc., etc., for spot cash
10 per cent, discount. "ow is the
time to purchase, while the strike is
ON' Call andsee them.
Glidden bnrb wire, $5.35 net, spot
cash. i 391
StravcJ, from G. Wagman's stable at
Blue Hill, one roan pony, 4 years old,
branded, tail nearlv drags the ground.
Wnen last seen hail on a common
leather head stall. A liberal reward
will be given for information leading
to the recovery of the pony. Address
all information to
G. Wag.ma.v, Bite II ill, Neb.
Money to Loan.
Dr. Schenck ha- been appointed by
the Nebraska, and Kansas Farm Loan
Company as their agent at Cowles.
Parties wishing loans will do well to
see the doctor. The company is pre
pared to make loans at 0 per cent, and
in sums to fcuit. 39tf
Money to Loan
On real estate in Nebraska or Kan
sas, interest at 9 per cent. No bonus
charged. CiiANKV & ISexti.KY,
37tf lla Cloud, Neb.
A C.vu load of tho finest and cheap
en furniture ever brought to Red
Cloud. 1. V. Tayi.ok,
Successor to R. L 'linker.
Important to Brooders ot Good
Mr. J. W. Small, of Fairfield, Nib.,
an extensive breeder and importer of
Norman hor-es, will keep for f-ervice
marcs at the liver bam ot G. B. Gates,
north of the Holland House,
Ono of hjs best ImpOrtod Norman
Horses, Biuo Cloud,
Blue Cloud is a line dapple gray, 17-3
hands high, weighs 1S40 pounds; large
bone, excellent limbs, perfect form and
proportion, fine style and action, kind
disposition, and a remarkable breeder.
Imported in 1SS2.
ForSalo at a Bargain.
A new seven room house with four
lot-, situated in the most desirable
Dart of the city. Can be bought on
long time. Inquire of I). M. Piatt.
Farm loans negotiated. Farm loans
on most favorable terms. Loans can
be paid by giving 30 days notice with
out extra cost. Look to your be-t
interests and call on me at my office
over First National Bank.
D. B. Siwxooi.i:.
Mo.vly to loan ut reasonable rates on
good personal or chattel security. Also
fiiriii loans made at lowel rates of
intere-t. C- F. Catuku,
35tf Abctract Office, Red Cloud.
Itch and scratches of every kind
cured in 30 minutes by Woolford's
Sanitary Lotion. Use no other. This
never fails. Sold bv Ferguson it Co drug
gist, R2d Cloud. " 23-ly
All that want a square meal on short
ik tice go to the Star restaurant. Warm
meals at all hours.
Pakk Watson, Proprietor.
A bunch of 30 head of nice stock
hogs consisting of brood ows, etc. for
sale. Inquuire of
3Stf .losrrn Gkavks.
Col. Buforil !
'Hit mammoth Kcntnckv Jack of the alley, U
14" Iiatiuo Inch, .ind 1 runt c.t olJ.
CHI. i:i'Foi:i)vva luel bv Col. Iinfnril. the
I'vlfhratfil ltnviter ot fim .l.ickx in Kentucky.
lit -tantl for the -t.t-.on of ; at m. UateV
turn in Krrf Cloml.
'lKKMS Tohinhiv l.!.oo. iimi.iy t'ue when
marvs are known to be with f.il Parties inn-t
return mares rejtularlv Anv mare itijo-eil
otvvill behehlt) be In (oal. Care will be taken
to jnevent aeenleiits. bat 1 will not be re-liousl
ble should auv occur.
L. D. OATMA.N.
The Csletirated Stallions!
Young Dexter and Bobby
And the Celebrated Jack
HONEST JOHN !
Will make the seaon of lr. at the City '.Ivt-ry
.table in t'etl Cloml. vtrv day of the week
YOl.VC, DKXIKU- I a" bright bay. woich
Ui utuK, ami l S vear old He i- a ( lj !--
laleatiil laiplbh Unfit, and h.i cood brtel"r.
as his eolta wilt show.
lUT.l r.l'I.'NS-Is a coal black. tmh
IWi nnumls. ami Is fi years old. He i a Clvdes- j
dale and and a $:ood tock petter.
IIOXKST .iOHN-VvYi-hs n pound- and is a
Ti:KMS -Itobbv Kunix. ?I0 to insure. 5s for
the sion. onns Uextor. 55 to jn-un . S
lor oaoii Ilone-t John w ill be -tol for S t.
iiiMire and S; for eaoi. (are will W takw. u
present aceideuLs. bat I will not be re-i-t..i '.
lor any that mav occur IVrson partmz with
iiures'lfore foalinR, w.II b- held lor hunnc-
C, Schenck !
Gowlo?. Webster Co., Neb.
Farm?aiul unimprbvVtl lands
for sale oiithennost ivas
IWnslvH'ated utrth ch:.t u UVj-4w Mna
tv.an' having t&c:'.fie fr tjH it o4 --
HnsljiJSurlwn i-i:-ii hort nm, 1
cau1u.tV.tf . i'-f iiU.tv-4 oi ttti-e
Vi?jhi t T-ii it il lautt-; m
t4tr io.K.. Ut rjH on b
Will JJ,tatf- .n r,i)rriKm, and lursl-Ji
entib'Wtftu wy ran- w!l rwt rtMip ueu
UO C. SCHENCK. 'ouiry Public.
For Low Rates
First National Ban ,
No Delays in making Loans.
COWLES, - NEBRASKA.
MENS BOOTS 81-7 o A PR
LADIES SHOES SI. OO AND UP
SUMMER GOODS AT 6c AND UP
Our prices on Clothing Boors, Shoes, I'urn sh
ing goods, Hats, and Caps arc so low
that none con undcasell us.
G-ive us a call
The Fourth Avenue Hotel !
'or. Cedar St. and fourth Arvitnv.
m: ip cloi i.
Oiu; block west of tin; liberty pole. .New house, new furni
ture. The most convenient location in the city.
Board by the Day or Week !
riea.sant rooms with Rood vt-nttl il.i 'i T;.' ' siitl'id i.t w.t'i the List the market hUchi?
(OlMi; TAIKONA.! s,()j.K-Ii:i
Is the place to get bargains in PHAKTONS
BUGGIES, 6c SPRING WAGONS, hav
ing purchased our stock at reduced
prices we are able to place r r
the market all kinds of ve
hicles cheaper than
Buck Boards at
Top bugges at
We are also prepare'! to do all kinds of job and repair work
at bottom prices. Old buirgies painted and repaired at
reasonable rates. It avi'11 pay you toiwus a call
and get our prices before pureha.iiifC elsewhere.
HSTYLE3 iTftlHiLUyTTP PERFECTS
MATERIAL 4 OLD BJi SUPERK3R i
oii3:stmg of tho finest line of
Ladies and . Gent's
Evorbrotght to Red CloucL Wo
mako at soecialty o: tno cie-
bratef?.eynold3' 3ro- shoos
eepafulline o:' tho la
cicford shoe, -ssrhich -kto
it. All our goods are
ted to grxva saas-
lon; and our pri
ces aro tfco
3 BEFORE BUYING!
in , .-.v i in i ia.i T- .
Also -wre 1
RED CLOUD. NEB.
and be convinced-
hi KK IX
We have just reeiev-
ect our new siook: oi
M P- FjBj fl(
I Jj W Tie. tJSt
THE OLD RELIABLE
FRANK V TAYLOR, Prop.
Successor to R. L- Tinker.
Curries the largest tock of bei nnim, parlor nml Hi' r!
furniture and umlertakerV jh ls in tho ivjwilk1
valley. Oil painting, pieture fnunt ct'
in iivnt vnriotv.
Give him a call. Opposite Pirn NaciO'n.i'
Bank. Prices very low.
! OR BARGAINS IN
AND WALL PAPER.
Finest Pattern t!i Market,
m nUBTSUHB t
ON l timber
As low as can be bought from any dealer on
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3pcial Attention Ctvsn
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