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About The Red Cloud chief. (Red Cloud, Webster Co., Neb.) 1873-1923 | View Entire Issue (Dec. 21, 1888)
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OTfteier QMMT MNtiti i r" ltH.I Sii-e-i-. cMO. ANNOYING HEUTArlf M.
Xsttee- here krvea that itl Jim
arylstfMt, sealed bids will fereeeirsd
by the evaafty 'boarT of nrrt0rsf
Webster eoanty, Xebraeka, ii"swppUes
to be famished laid eoenty far tbe year
1889 end to be ordered from tine to time
aa needed, bids ae be aecomianisd by a
good aad saftteient bond to W-bster coun
ty in ease contract is let guaranteeing
faitafal nerfomeaea of eontrletU '.
The following isja lint of Jwpplies re
quired and the manner of biding all bids
to be sled with the eoauty eljtk.
12V00O note heedspnrintedind rolvd 7
lb, per 1,000.
20,000 enrelopeajno. 10
r r -
mite, per a,ri. . , , .4
30,000 envelopes no. 6 xk printed
-ite per 1,000. "I
8 qnire records Iplsfn ptge per book
8 qnire records printed head per book.
H quire records printed page per book.
6 qnire records plan page per book.
C qaire records printw page per book.
All records to be fwl bound, extra
Bassia ends, bands and front, canvass
oorer, 40 lb parsons Scotch first-class
linen ledger paper.'
Peerless ami rests 8x12 per rest.
Leon Isaac's .pens no. 1 per gross. e
Leon Isaac's pens no 10 per gross.
Leon Isaac's pens no 9 per gros
Lead pencils, Faber's no -tliexagon,
rabber tips per gross.
Lead pencils .Faber's red and bine
Rabber bands no 11 rarigated per 1,000
Rabbet erasers' (ink and pencil) Faber's
Figuring tabs Cx8 100 each perl,000.
Figuring tabs 6x10 f 100 each J per 1.OTJ0
Arnold's ink per quart.
Cartesa carmine Ink per pint.
Abstract legal cap 18 lb Crane extra
perceam. . '
Jgtract legal cap 1G lb Crane etfnra
Abstract legal cap not ruled Crane
extra per ream. .
Rating pens nol per pen.
McGUTs paper fasteners round, heads
no 1 per box.
McGilTfl paper fasteners, roand heads
no 2 per box.
MeOUl's paper fasteners, roundheads
no 6 per box.
Copying ink Stephens per pint.
Knife erasers extra quality per knife.
Perfection mucilage per dozen.
Perfection letter files, per file.
Globe document boxes 10x4jx4 per
Globe .document boxes 10x4x3 1-2
Globe document boxes 10x4jLfx3 per
Globe document boxes 10x4 jLx2 1-2
Globe document boxes 10x44x2 per
Globe document boxes 10x4x1 1-2
Globe document boxes 10x41-4x1 per
Justice dockets 2 quire extra per dozen
Justice dockets G quire extra per dozen.
Fee books 2 quire extra per book.
Road overseers receipt books 100 in
book per dozen.
Road lists, extra material per dozen.
38 poll books fiOO votes each for 1889
Tax receipts, original duplicate and
triplicate per 1,000.
Receipts for payment under protest
Redemption certificates per 100.
Application for liquor license per 100.
Affidavit for bounty on scalps per 100.
Appointment, oath asd report of road
appraisers per 100.
Appointment, oath and report of road
road commissioner per 100.
Certificate of acknowledgement per
Certinaate of official character per 100.
Claim blanks 1-2 aheet per 1,000.
Certificates of election per 100.
Claims for damages on roads per 100.
Certificates for bounty on scalps per
Election notices for 1889 per dozen.
Official bends per 100.
Oath of oHoe per 100.
Notice, oath and report of special road
commissioner per 100.
Road overseers annual settlement per
Attachment i t" rict court per
Attachment orders district court per
Affidavits against garnishes district
court per 100.
Affidavits of replevin district court per
Appearance bonds district conr
Bonds for costs district court per 100.
Stay bonds district court per 100.
Injunction bonds district court por 100.
Replevin bonds district court por 100.
Attachment bonds district court per
Court wrappers (civil) district court
Court wrappers criminal district
court per 100.
Captions to transcript district court
Certificates to transcript districVcourt
Caption and certificates to take deposi
tion district court per loo.
Commission to take deposition district
court per 100.
Notice to take deposition district court
Declaration of intention district coart
Returns of executions district oonrt
Executions on transcript district court
Final papers district court per 100.
Jury and wjtneee list district oonrt per
Order of "delivery in replevin district
court per 100.
Precipes district court per 100.
Bccogaiaanee. of jeriinhml "witness dis
trict oonrt pfr 100.. . ,
Summons orignal district oonrt per
Sammons copy district oonrt per 100.
Summons inertti, district court per
ttnbncanaa original, district court per 100.
Sabpoenarcopy, district oonrt, per 100.
Sabpesnas in criminal cases, district
oonrt, per 100. .. .-
Statement at coats district court, per
Verdicts of jury district- court, per 100.
AnTmavitannd aawintwling .for order of
attachment in justice coart per 100.
AJHavits for garnishee justice oonrt
par 100. --
Appeal undertaking 'justice court per
Oplsinta justice oonrt per 100.
ncmmitihritn for contempt justice
cmnrVpor 10p, . ...
Executions justice court per 100.
nfitbmns in bailable cases 'justice
oonrt, per. loy.
not bailaWe justice
Naiiee of c stable sale j
Komcc of garnishee justice court par
Order of attachment justice court per
100. i- ;f
Order of sale at nttacIieU property jus
tice court per-100.
Order of attest, j
URafevin Munmams, JejNaM
court per 100.
Subpoenas copy justice eaurt per 100.
State warrants justice court per hun
dred. Search warrants justice court per nan-
dred. ' ..
''Undertaking for costs justice court per
Undertaking in order of arrest justice
Verdict or jury justice wun iw Hun
dred. Venire for jury justice court per
The county board reserves the
reject any and all bids.
J. H.BULET, Co. Clk.
BedCToud, Kov, 26, 1888.
A few cords of wood wanted on
Bubecription at this office.
Net A California mear.
tiybouy can catch a cold this kind
of weather. The trouble w to let Ko,
hke the man who caught the hear
We adyiae our readers to purchase of
Henry Cook a bottle of canty A"bie, the
California Kn8 of Couramption,
AsthiB, iJronchitis Coughs 'and Croup
'Cura.and keep it handy. 'Tia pleas-
iaaiO the-taste and death to the above
jmplftints. Sold at 1.00 a bottle
or 3 for $2 50. California Cat-RCurc
given immediate relief. Tli3 Cattarhal
virus is soon displaced by its healing
and penetrating nature. Give it a
trial. Six months treatment $1.00 by
mail f 1.10.
Furniture of all kinds cheaper than
ever at F. V.Taylor's.
THE LAND OF
BEWARE OF IMITAITONS
Seo that cur trabe mark, SANTA AB
IE, is on every bottle is is on every
bottle of that pleasant California rem
edy. Satisfaction guaranteed or.mon
cy refunded by Henry Cook
MAKE NO MITSAKE
By dispelling the symptoms so often
mistaken for consumption. SANTA
ABIE has brought gladness to many a
household and by promptly breaking
up tho cough and cold that too often
developes into that fatal disease wi
yet syve thousands from an untime y
tjrave. You make no mistake by
keeping a bottle of this pleasant reme
dy always in the house.
11 PT Wll V
am a Minis
SB bnwMMiiia1 '
The only guaranteed cure for catarrh,
cold in the heaa, hay sever, Rose cold
catarahal deafness and soar eyes, re
stores the sense of taste and smell
removed bad taste and unpleasant
breath, resulting from catarrh. Follow
directions and a cure is warranted by
all druggists. Send for circular to
ABIETINE MEDICAL CO, Oroville
Six months' treatment for
$1 sent mail hv,f 1.10
SANTA ABIE AND CAT-R-CURE foi
Henry Cook, Agent.
WholeealeAgenta Lincoln. Neb
Dnww to Kansas Cityr
Otnaha to Chicaffo,
Kansas City to Chloaco,
Otnaha to fuLoui
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A rick man compelled to pawn bin t
watch sera menl and a night a lcdgian
That' was the strange situation' Ja j
which a young tngiiwiman wbu mm
just landed in New York foaw4 bim
self the other day. Ho ba arrivwi
from the West Indies whetw ko Invest
ed nearly all tbe monejwa i parnsm
in a draft for two hundred pounds on a
New' York bank. Anxious to get a
train f jr St. Lou the snmeaay nc -
teller refusrf to pay tho draft uakat
bo was identified.
And bc young man wan an absoluto
trsager in" Jfcw York!
Your people in the West Indies
conk my good money for thai draft and
I want it back again. Am I to infer
that this is a bankrupt institution?"
He got no satisfaction, lost bis train
aad had to pawn hi watch for n meal
and a bed. A fellow-passenger identi
fied him the next day. I was discuss
ing this matter the other day with a
very liberal American who has had
much banking and mercantile expe
rience here and abroad. Nothing
looks more ridiculous to a London
mercantile man than to see a long
string of persons with books in their
hands, waiting to make a deposit
through a. cubby hole with a solitary
receiving teller and it is the same
with the payment of money. A bank
with a large business ought to have half
a dozen receiving and :is many paying
tellers at largo, wide open counters.
Why all these cages and railings and
bars and peep-holes through which
you arc occasionally permitted to
catch a glimpse of the teller's nose,
who suddenly and unwillingly hands
you your money? They don't have
these things in England and robberies
in banks are very rare. Here, despite
all thcro precautions, they are fre
quent and a largo proportion are com
mitted by those in&ido of the railing
and not outsldu of it. My hypercriti
cal English friend said:
" I do not like to bo looked upon
when I enter a Now York bank a
stranger as if I had a natural predi
lection for perjury and forgery, for the
teller is not satisfied if you tell him
your right namo and even sign it you
must be identified. In England checks
are usually made payablo to bearer.
'Shall I cross it?' asks tho drawer,
which means that by drawing two
lines across the check and inserting
the words bank1 or ' Co between tho
lines tho money can only be collected
through a bank or banking firm.
Otherwise any 'bearer' can get the
cash at the bank without any questions
being asked except ' How will you
have it?' I may send any body with
my check payablo to bearer for 5,000
pounds to a bank and he will get the
money without any trouble. A friend
of mino some years ago gavo me a
check for 1 1.200. payable to myself or
bearer on the Sixth National bank of
Now York. I presented it- 'Don't
know you,' said tho teller. 'Neither
have I tho pleasure of your acquaint
ance was the answer, ' but my name
is on tho check and I am also tho
bearer.' 'Can't help it; it's too
large an amount to give a stranger,
and you must be identified.' 'My
friends arc out of town said I, 'and
President Arthur is in Washington. I
can't very wclj send for him. 'Well.
I wont givo you tho money.1 'Then
write your reasons on the check.
No, I won't do that' 'Thon,' said
I. 'I am a newspaper man, I shall
protest this check and proclaim in
Wall street this afternoon that the
Sixth National Bank refuses to honor
the checks drawn on it.' I got the
money."?. B. Valentine, in Philadel
DEVICES FOR CRIPPLES.
New Method of Supplying the Defects ef
m Not Toe Gcaeroaa Natars.
"No matter how badly a person may
be crippled, ho or she is well able to
travel about without being a bother
to any one in these days of progress."
"Suppose the unfortunate has no
arms or legs, how then?" inquired a
"Just the same," retorted the first
speaker, a manufacturer of mechanical
appliances for cripples.
"Except in very rare cases, unless a
person is actually bedridden, there is
no reason why they should not bo able
to move about anywhere. Why, in a
short while we will have ready for tho
market a new idea in tho line of in
valid chairs. It will le o constructed
that the occupant, although pos
sessed of only ono hand, will be able
to wheel himself up or down stairs
by simply turning a crank. The
crank will sot in operation four wooden
legs, with clinchers made of rubber on
the feet, which will grip the stairs as
it ascends or descends. In like man
ner the occupant will not have to be
assisted in boarding a street car or
even a railroad train. The chair is not
cumbersome at all, as all the clock
like machinery is stowed nway in a
small box underneath the seat Only
the very wealthy will be in n position
to benefit from this idea, however, as
it is a very expensive arrangement.
Another chair that promises to hare a
wide field is one especially constructed
for persons having no arms or legs. It
is moved by a sort of side swinging of
the body. Then there are chairs for
use on steamboats, in the woods and
even for mountain climbing. A fact
not generally known is that nearly nil
the railroad companies have invalid
chairs at all their stations along the
various routes, and any person desir
ing the use of one can bo accommodated
without extra expense. In one of our
cheap chairs a perton is at liberty to
ova about at tho rata of six miles aa
ksmr without aa? considerable outlay
"Coalman iaralids who have
to lie abed for years
frwatty raOevwi by
camsjsjafly manufactured for seek
FeriacJnaee, there are what we call
askmieiars. Thru sis ncjid for lining;
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ctisBBCtetsttenevsanet. This very
inswap tewfumuan wkea taken in kehnt
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Wmrner A lVmifmnger.
Are receiving and constantly keep on hand a largu stock of
the best quality of
Calf and Kip Boots !
In'the market from $2 up.
Ladies and Children's Shoes in endless variety
and at the lowest prices.
Old Stand, Red Cloud.
Mim. W. Newbouse
We have just received a fine line of Gents and
Ladies Silk Mufflers. Silk, Linen and
All shades and qualities of Yarns
Home-made Hoods and Toboggans. We have a nice line of
Hair Ornament, Tinsel, Ruching, Mittens, Hosiery.
Dress Goods with Velvet and Gimp Trimmings to
match. Great bargains in Toys. All to bo
sold at the very Lorest Prices.
R. V.SiiiKEY, Prcs. He.kv Clarke, Vicc-I'rtf. Jxo. It. Siuxrv, Cashier
Howard V. Catuer, Assistant Cashier
FIRST NATIONAL BAnK,
Red Cloud, Nebraska.
CAPITAL, - $75,000
Transact a general banking business, buy and sell county warrants, alst
county, precirct and school district bones. Buy and sell forciga exchaag
Jas. McNcnv. J. A.Tullcy, G. W. Lindacy. It. V. Sbirer.
John It Shircy. E. F. Highland.
Henry Citrkc, A. J. Kenney.
QEO. o. and k. d. ykiser,
PKorKIETOK" or THE
Wioiir Gnai; AW flf&E
Complete and only set of abetract
books in Wetater county. Graxiofjnud
arming lands and city property for
HUTCHISON EDGELL. Props.
First door north of City Bakery, re
fitted and thoroughly equipped. We
respectfully solicit your patronage
guaranteeing sstisfaliaa in every case.
Our Motto: WiJl be to please nil
who give is their trade. All work
done in a first-class manner and in the
latest fad ot the profession.
UtrrcHissoif A Ewia.
D. 13. Spanogle,
and Loan Age'
Palace BiUirad Hal'.
M. 8. MARSH. Itosrletor.
and Pool Table
Cigars and Tobaccos
jester Street. MooaBaca
State of Xswraska, Wsawtar swatr. Xo
tiee is bcMby girssi to aB psrsana aarirjr
claiauand ssaansla afsinaS AdaatSsU
den late of Webster eewarr. nscsved.
that tae tiaae iaei for ilia date
ffatest said estate, is six ssontas from
tbs Srd Uj ef PusaHii, Ute, aB sarh
persons are raired to nrassat tfair
daiau witk lee tsbisiis tetWCoaatj
Jcde ef said eesaHr sA kte oases tarci3.
oa or bsfore tee M deef Jaaa, laea, asd
U elainu so Itei wM aw kaard Wfor th
id jadfe entneetst deyef lw,1t$X
ivDMbiii. ainsssi use. uu. ss.
Notice is kereby giren tkat I will
ezaniiaeall persons ess saay desire
te offer tnemiselTes as eannidates fer
teeekers ef tke enklic sckeels ef tkis
ewutr, at Res! dene!, en ike tkirn
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A. II. BROWN. I'aor.
Elm St and 4th Av.. Red Cloud.
City Harness Shop
J. L. MILLER,
riARNK&s COLLAl, SADDLEb
erery thing usual kept in a frst class
Mrs. S. R. McBnde,
BED CLOUD. NKB.
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For the latest styles of
j Call at the Moon Blix k. ,
MILLINERY EMPORIUM. '
jThe Largest ami Most Complete Line uf
Fancy Novelties in the ritv.
$ew:9tbck and almost at your own ugurc.
Come and get bargains.
F. V TAYLOR.
OpMt fW National hunk and l'l OOlcv.
Special attention jjiven to untlcrtnkihtr
THE TRALERS LUMBER CO.
Lower than any
B CLARKE Pnwldont. Albiuiy. N. Y. J. A. TULLEYU. Vlo I't.u.i.
FU)bl. VJOIiner. TrHUiur.r
NEBRASKA & KANSAS.
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PAID UP CAPrJAL,$C0f0QO.
Mk Cloud, Ntb. Albany. NVw York.
II. Clarko. Albany. Nr York rtfO II. Hrarh, IW.tmj.A N.V
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