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THE ft'RD CLOUD CHIEF, JIED CLOUD, NEBRASKA, FRIDAY, DEC. l, 1J393.
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Ml, kii, rnlil I1I1I1 will tin rocelvfi! tiy the
cnunlv lionnl of mpcrvhOM nf WrlMtrr count".
Nrbrakn, (or supplier to lio fiirmstirtl said
county for ttie jtut ikh and to tin onlfroil from
time to tlmu in needed, Mil to lio neroinpnnleil
tiyAKooil titut sitllltilcnt tioii-1 to WulHtcr coun
tylhci'o contract H let KtmrJUtccuiK faltlifu
iicrtorinimce of contr.irt.
The following It n Hut of supplies riilioil
hihI tlin ni.iiiDur of bidding, all blhtibs Med
with the county clerk i
I'i.'XW note IimcIi, jii lutcil mid ruled, 7 lbs r
-'O.nnOenvelonj", No. 10, XXX printed, white,
&1.M0 onrelnpoi, NoCiJ XxX printed, white,
I.ltlmtrraph warrants per tlim:rnd.
Squires record pbiln p.igii per lien.
8 iiuroi records printed bold per bonk. '
4 quire records printed lieml psr book.
0 qulrei record printed luud per book.
quire rccordi prlnto! paji per book.
0 quire reo.inl plulii p.tgppcr book,
0 quire records printed jinno per book.
Alljrccnrd to bo full nund extra ItinVixn
fnd, b.indnnd front ctmit cover, 40 pound
llyron Weston flnt-elnn linen ledger paper.
iooii d Ihaac's pw .No, t pnrKni.
Leon &',l.v(ti prim No. 3 itt ron.
taon & Rise'. pun No. Ii) per (,roii.
lon & Iisho's peni No.upcruro.
lon ti Riac'. peni No. 6 pjr Km.
lcon ti,twui'i pen No. a per bwi.
Kfndfiiclls, FalierVi No, 4 ticxiiKou rubber
Ifid pencils, l'.i'icr's No. '.'or J, rubbtrtlpn
Ia-.uI pencil, l-'ubcr'. red and bluo pr docn.
lVn holders, swell J .ip.iuued bandlo, lucdluin
, i -n uuiucrj, cunioii'.uioii noun ami corK per
Htihber bund No. II varlitatod per ItVW.
Uubticr bandrf, K.ilior's No, CO maorled per
Itubbcr craters (ink and pjuell) I'uber's per
Ten racks, universal, per docn.
Letter illc (Silver City) per doon.
Knlfo erasers, a. V. tabor's No, i per
Fountain Ink stands per !i dozen.
nubbcr ruter 18 Inch each. .
Klunrlne tabs r.xs loieach peYthotmn I.
l'Miirlns tub Cxto loo each per thousand.
carter's carmine Ink per pint.
Htoddard's copy Ink per quart.
MucllaKe.H.itifurd's leader smnju por docn.
MiicIIakc, Hnnford'a quart bottlo per quart.
Jtubber mint! mid dutuiK stamp per stamp.
Jtuhhe r staiupa and pads each,
Killing pens, Knod.uacli.
Abitract lejcal cap ih It Crano extra per ream
Abstract legal cap IH ll flue ruled.
Abstract legnl M His cruno extra per ro m.
IKal cap is lbs, colored, In talis of Km each
Mcdlll's paper fastener round or Hat boad
No. I tier box,
Mcdlll's paper fasteners, round or flat heads,
l'cerlos Arm reit No. to nud 12 each.
Perfection letter fllo per llle.
Kciatber dusters 12 Inch each.
(Hobo document boxes I0xl!xl!i per docn.
lobo rtociimcnt boxes 10x4!xa) er doen.
Cllobo document boxe lexJUxSV, por dozen,
flliatt-l raortsiiKO flies, with strlngi, pel
Itoad overseers rocelpt book, loo In book, per
Itoad llst.extra material per doen.
38 poll bookH 600 votes each for IK94, per book.
Tax receipt, original, duplicate nud triplicate
llecelpta for payment under protest per 100.
Kedeinptlon certificates per 100.
Certificates of acknow ledKinent tier 100.
Ccrtldcatcs of character per 100.
Election notices for laai per dozen,
oniclal bonds per 100.
Oath of ofllcu per loo.
Itllllll nVfHMM (lll.l.tnl a... If ..
:. , -- Hum .iLiut'inuiii per urn; ..,
Attaclunents district court per loo. f .
Attachmenl orders dlsti let court per lot , ' .?
Anidarlts against Kiirnlslice districted , ,,
AflMaMtsul repletln ilhtikt ciiuit )"" "nk
Apitcaraneo bond dl-.fi Kt court ppltnted the
, llunds for cct dlitrlit court per 10 (striko out
Way bonds district mint per loo. Xalnljr tbo
Injunction bondsdlitilct court wr teil that It
lit'pletlit bonds distilct court er lOfiVforo
Attacbment IkiihIs district court per R nnieud.
Court wrappers, civil, district court peiul""K
Court wrappers, criminal, distilct courM1'?
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Captions to transcript distilct court ,,nr inn
Certtflcatca to transcript district comt pe
Captions and certlllcates to take deposltl
M.Mt5i",Mlon ,0 take ''"Pillion district c
ii,n.',il!lS to lke deposition district court
l)cplaratlon of Intention district court lie
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fnal VJMr district court per too.
.mruuniim-!iH nit District coin I nor f
.Vtftfnaiwi?e,,ver,r '" rc,,,,'v,n ,,h,rlct
I'reclnea district court per hundred.
HecoKnUanco of cilmhul wln'e,; ,
court nor hundred. i.i i
Himirooiia original district court per one ($
Hiimmons copy district court per biuiilre.)
, drSd'.'""01" crron,ll"t' rairt pm JJiie ii
tiwit H innrici court iei one In'
dred!''m'nHS COpy ll,"rlcl c,,llrt m ,Uf ,'UI"
oiSfdrcd!" Crl"l",,l ca,H'a ,l8"l;c'" I'"
lumdredT"1 of C"Sts AUuM couti ,er "1'
.Vjrtlc'ts of Jury district coiut per omj bun
Atlldavlt Hii'l tindertakliiK tor order of hi
tAcliment la Justice court perism hundred.
hundred. BHr"U1'1'0 J"s!lo l"llrt l' o
ApiNitti lutlc court pec one biiHdred.
(iinplallitsjustlco court iei one I drcd.
ComniHints lor contempt Justice coin t per out.
Kxecutlon Justice e uirt pel imo huiidrcd.
Mlltliuus la Pailable can's justice i court per
NoMceof constable naln Jmtlco court per our
Notlco of garnishes Justice eouit p r one
oraer oi auncuiuents juticu coin l p.-r one
llnlor of sale of at t.n 1h1 iiriii,,i- Im.ii...
court per one huiidiert.
Ttncounlzance to keen tbo Dt-acu IiinII,-h ,,miri
tier one hundred. , ,
. Keplovlu suuuuons Justice court per oue liuu-
Hummoue orlslual Justice court per o e bun
drod. numroons copy Justice court r om luiudred,
Surouion aualiut garnisbce Justice court per
one hundred. ,
HotipatiM copy Justice court per one bun.
hnopa-pas original JuaJc couit per otm him-
isia'te warrants Justice ourt per one hundred.
Hearoh warrants justice com t per one lain.
Uwleriaklnif for costs jusiico court .
UnderlakliiK In order of arrest justleo court
P&SSRmSiNKtv lu.tlco court iieroue hundred.
! . vaaire of Jury justlco court per one Hundred.
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TBecnuntr board reserve uie rmm to reject
I all bids.
Webster County Supplies
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IN WOMAN'S WOULD.
LATEST NEWS FROM THE CITA
DEL OP FASHION.
Soma Ilemarkablr I'rrtty Clowns l)e
aliened for Winter Ileceptlont Short
Chat with Dama Fasblon Ulnt fur
(New York I'aahlon I.ettcr.1
Home Intrepid Inlorvlnwcr lias caught
tlic fair (rtitlilcM of Kunhlon in n coin
iniiiiicutlvo mood and couxvtl from lier
tliu utibwer to the oft-repcutfil, but
hitherto unsutlsilud query, "How Is
l'n.slilon created?" Anil the wibstniice
of the iiriHwcr, couched In more dinl
fled terms than ouc would expect from
so frivolous a deity, is, "Ftishinn Isnot
subjected to tiny bpeclul hiw or juris
diction. It obeys ccrluin mid various
currents, sustaining the influence of
each In its turn. It is inspired now by
the caprice of un artist who has be
come popular for the , moment, again
by a play in vogue, or by some circum
stance. Ho wo have the 'Wnlkyrie'
xvinga, tho Sara Ilcrnlinrdl 'JVitorns,'
the boleros that onmu in with thn
Macoxona of the Chumps-dc-Murs and
the iridescent gauzes of the latest terp
Ah for tho inspiration of the inoilc to
succeed the 18,10 style that is now at
Its height, and consequently approach
ing its decadence, Fashion does not
"wish to bo quoted lit the mutter at
present." Somo of the French de
signers are introducing the Louis XII I.'
and the I.ouis XVJ. styles', which pred
icated u reign of rich brocades, luxu
rious velvets and laces, anil limply
draped shirts, with pointed bodices. It
is believed that the reaction from tho
1830 modes, which have been attractive,
only hccniibc they were novel, and are
Indeed trying to almost every woman
because, however carefully arranged,
they add more than n little to her
yearn, will bo sharp and decisive.
Meantime, in tho intermediary pe
riod, we who search the newspapers
for hints instead of ordering our gowns
direct from l'aris or London, are won
dering if something can not bo done
with the last year's gowns that wo can
not alTord to discard. Much can be
done just now on account of tl:o popu
larity of the ovorsldrt. Itenlly, the
overshirt mavbe classified as of two
distinct sty Y. Sne long and pointed,
;rrou;0 lectin l,olt' th0 oth;
draped' f,i xjt tn on the gown and
luck than in the
esses, It must bo
f fur, or even
h a little
, it may
t is fre-
the cloth is u
iterle put on
lie that a col-
i the plainest
an air of good
e most striking
ad way parade
corded bilk made
without a liln', nf trimming, but about
tho neck win a wrinkled collar of
magenta vclWt, and in the belt were
two folds of file color.
Another nrw gown, which happily
solves the problem of how to utilize a
lust wintcry scant skirt, Is slashed up
to the kneel a round the bottom, and
has panels Af wittered, silk let in broad
rnlng fron a point at thu top to u
width, .of four inches tit the bottom.
I'he jointure of tho tyo materials is
tovecftLvVh jet uriiniij Thu old sleeves
ujl scarded for inolre sleeves, u
;st of moinv.. and two blus
m tiviv .pjpjpjpjpjpjpjpjpjpjpjpjpjpjpjpjpja
m uov- iiiiiiiiiB
"ripple" basques not gathered, but cut
o on the circle that they fall in flute
f themselves, added beneath a jet belt
llnlshed with a long oblong bow.
Die shoulders ore sloped to lit
over the sleeves, tiro slushed,
Until with moire, and llnlshed
with the Jet, A pretty gown of beret
ted silk shot with wood brown, red,
willow green In n greenish ground is
made up with rulTles of green chilTon,
headed with bands of green, overlaid
tvlth black gimp. The lapels are of
jrceii satin, and the long bows de
pending therefrom are of black velvet.
The full material in the neck and on
the sleeves is chlMou, and the Idea may
be carried out los expensively in cash
mere and silk for one of those dressy
gowns the unfashionable woman ilnds
(,ii useful for small entertainments In
the winter season. The rullle which
erodes tho front In a festoon slopes up
at the back to within about ten inches
from the, bottom of the waist. This Is
a favorite form of decoration for skirts,
sometimes two or more bands or rallies
following the curved line described,
and sloping up the back nearly to the
All sorts of the lacy gimps, both in
silk and jet and lace itself, are very
much employed in the new gowns, lujd
on over a color. Jlrown gowns have a
finish of magenta overlaid with bhick.
Illaek gowns are llnlshed with red or
green bands, covered with black. An
other thing It might be well to say
right here, and that Is, "the accepted
volume of the fashionable skirt should
not exceed In diameter two-thirds of
Its length." That is a I'nris tlp.,und
bound to be what the sportsmen call
straight. As It is not easy to get at
the diameter of a skirt, It may be ad
visable to add that tlio approximate
diameter of anything is one-third of
Its circumference. Another solution
to the llnish overgown Idea is found in
a new model of plain green cloth, sup
plemented by a figured petticoat of
matelcsse brown with un overlay of
green and helltropc brocade in silk.
The little coat is one of Jhe models of
tho scison, being of medium, length,
which is more becoming to all except
unusually tall and slight women than
the thtee-quurtcrs coat, and very
jaunty in cut.
As the season advances one's
thoughts naturally turn to ovctilm
gowns, and much rejoicing will there
le among the women of uinplo figure
to know that bodices for balls and
evening parties will be pointed, and
that the full bodice with a wastband
will soon bo a thing of the past. Pan
niers may come in and frills are here
already. This is a lace season, and, ot
course, the ball dress will come in for
i goodly shave of this dainty garniture.
The skirts of dancing gowns will be
short, clearing the floor, leaving the
pretty slipper very mueh en evidence.
The favorite materials will be bended
and spangled tulle, figured and striped
crepes, inuescent clilttons, ami light
One pretty new gown, suitable for
the opera or a reception where danc
ing is not the main feature, is of the
brocade mentioned, yellow, with a
tiny spray in deeper yellow, with a bit
of gold in the weave, has a deep Van
dyked collar, with llclgu folds of yel
low velvet around the low neck, nnd a
decoration inii girdle of gold passe
menterie. Another ball dress, designed for a
young girl, is of light blue silk muslin.
Three rallies of luce cross the full gath
ered skirt, and another forms the
little basque. The belt and sleeves nro
of velvet, in a rich shade of olive green.
One of the favorite evening gowns
will be some modification of the idea
so much In favor with thu publlu dan
souse just now, whicli consists of a full
skirt crossed by bands of Insertion ac
cordion plaited to thu belt and hung
over a silk petticoat of a contrasting
:olor, which shown through tho inser
tions. Of course just now the fancy
for 11 nek and white combinations is so
great, that these colors are tho first
choice, and an effective gown of this
kind is of black mousseliue do sole,
with thin bnnds of white or black In
sertion over a petticoat of white
satin. A broad Anno of Austria
collar finishes the nock. Tho snmo
model is equally pretty made up over
magenta or green satin. Tho beauti
ful thing about such a gown is this,
Hint it can be made up nt home, ns tho
waist is accordion plaited, too, and
there is no particular fit to it. A pretty
cveuiug gown of satin-ttriped crepon
is trimmed with a succession of satin
bound rutlles, put on in festo'ons. Tho
wuist has tho littlcruflles about tho
neck nud is belted with a narrow 6atln
Iii baking bread or rolls put a sauce
pan of boiling water Into the oven.
The steam will keep the crust smooth
Much of the heavy cake and bread is
the result of the oven door beinir
buured when closed. CIomi theiinnrn
irently us possible. Nearly overv one
Pi' gently enough.
WHY BOYS LIKE A NOISE.
It Is ft llnnltli Symptom atul drown
IVopto Oughtn't to .Mind It.
"1 wonder why H If tlint boys do eo
onjoy making a noise!" oxclnlmed
Mr?. Hoggs, holding her onrs with
both hands, whllo her two youngest
darlings paraded through I lie hotiso
with a drum nnd tin horn which ft
wickod uncle had given tliotn for
Christmas. "My dear." replied Dr.
Hoggs, looking up from hid news
paper, "you must undorstnnd that a
boy docs not really make a tioleo ho
ctitiso ho like. to ho much as for tho
reason that lio ennnot holp it. Tho
cnuao la simply that thoro Is a greater
Bujiply of excitation to his nervous
system than ho enn got rid of In tho
ordinary way which grown poopio
adopt. I bollovo that 1 oxprcss my
"Not very, it sootns to mo," said
"Thon I will put it moro plainly,"
rospondod tho doctor. "You tiro por
haps acquainted with the fact that tho
human body Is mado up of colls?"
"I havo hoard you say so, my
"Well, thon, you must comprehend
that ouch of theso colls has tx nucleus
just ns an opg has a yolk in It. Tho
nuclei of tho colls which ninko up a
child's body nro much largor than
thoso of tho cells which compose your
physical syslom or initio. As tho In
fant gets older theso colls becomo
steadily smallor and smaller, but dur
ing youth tho norvo battery thus mado
up I so much moro poworful as to
store up an oxcossivo amount of en
ergy. Tho boy keeps It In for a whllo
then ho must explode. That is ox
actly what Is taking placo with Hobby
and .Jimmy at proscnt Thoy tiro
gottlng rid of tholr superfluous norvo
forco through tho medium of a drum
and . a tin horn. It is thoroughly
hoalthy and you ought not to objoct"
"If that Is really tho case," said
Mrs. Hogs, with n sigh, "I am moro
As I was about to say," continued
tho doctor, "tho nuclei koop on dimin
ishing in slzo ns ono grows older until
tho grown person finds oxcossivo ox
cltntlon. dlsngroeablo and is annoyed
by noisos. I bollovo that vou were
forty on your last birthday, my dear?
The reason thnt tho boy keeps otv
growing is that whilo tho nuelol of his
ceils nro diminishing tho colls thont
solvos nro multiplying in numhor.
Aftor ono gets old and a cortaln tlmo
of life has boon roachod tho colls no
longor multiply fast onough to supply
tho placos of thoso which dio. Thou
arlvos a period of what wo call de
crepitude, nnd eventually tho individ
ual if. no disenso supervenes, perishes
of moro doblllty."
vThat may all bo truo. " admitted
Mrs. Uogo-s. "but my observation is
that this buslnoss of knowing all about
how ono Is constructed and how Boon
ono must wuar out in tho courso of
nature docs n, conduco to happiness.
1 would much rather romuin in igno
rancoibf what you call physiology und
not bo obllcod to think of mysolf and
my children and our insldo works as
If wo woro so ninny mnuhinos."
"Sclcnco scouts to havo no attrac
tions for women," nuittorod tho doctor,
who bocamo absorbed in his tiowspa
per again. Washington Star.
A nird Foot.
Profossor (J. . Morgan, in his re
cent work, "Animal Llfo and Intolli
gonco." bays that tho talking of par
rots "gives us ovldonco of romurlc
nblo powers of memory, an almost
uniquo powor of articulation, ti groat
faculty of Imitation, and somo Intolli
gonco in tho association of certain
linked sounds which wo call phrases
with cortaln objocts or actions. "
As showing that parrots do not al
ways talk at random, tho author
quotes an interesting account of an
African bird bolonglng to an English
At dlnnor, whon ho saw tho vego
tablodlshos, ho gonctjtlly said, "Polly
wants potato;" at tea ho would say,
"Folly wants enko," or "Folly's sop,"
or "Folly's tonst."
Ho was somotlmos at tho hotiso of
his owner's grandmother, which was
noar tho railway station. At such
times ho would announce, nlmnst bo
foro tho family could hoar anything.
"Grandmamma, tho train Is coming."
nnd proscntly tho train would go by.
Folly had learned much poetry, und
Bomotlmcs mado now pooras, ns it
woro, by putting togothor linos takon
from dllToront authors; and It was ro
mnrkublo thn, ho always got tho truo
rhyme. Ono of his favorlto mlxturos
was "Sing a Song of Sixponco" and
"I Lovo Llttlo Fussy." Ono day ho
wns hoard ropoatlng:
Four and twenty blackbirds,
When thoy die,
do to that world nbovo
baked hi a pio.
nirt Ho Find Thcint
Major D'Arlnndos, liko many anothor
Fronch soldior, was tlrod of waiting
for promotion and opportunities to dis.
unpiusu ninisolf. Ho seized an op.
portunlty to onjoy a llttlo oxeltomont,
nnd at tho snmo tlmo to rotniud Louis
tho Slxtconth of his balllod ambitions.
Ho made a balloon ascension, whicli
nt that tlmo waB thought to bo a very
risky affair. Tho king promptly re
proved him for his rashness. "Your
majosty will pardon mo, I hopo." said
thooflicer; -but tho fuct is. tho min-
Istorofwar has mado me 60 many
promises in tho air, that I wont up to
look for somo of them." Argouaut
An AilcflHuner Caller.
CumsoMrs. Hobbit is a regular
Mrs, Cumso Indoodt Sho Invarl
ubly comes just boforo dlnnor. j
Cumso That's what I say. IJinnor
is WTiat she's after. Hrooklyn,Lifo.
Nearly Alwuyi. I
"What groat fox-hunters theso cor-
onors are!" ft
' -How soP"
"They Yo always in at tho death!"
tuaer ana Driver, t
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Cajtorlo is Dr. Samuel Pitcher's prescription for Infants
and Children. It contains neither Opium Morphine nor
oiher Narcotic substance. It is a harmless substitute
for Paregoric, Drops, Soothing Syrups, and Castor OH.
lit is Pleasant. Its guarantee Is thirty years' use by
Millions of Mothers. Costorla destroys "Worms and allays
fevcrlshncss. Costoria prevents vomiting Sour Curd
cures Diarrhoea and Wind Colic. Costorla relieves
teething troubles, cures constipation and flatulency.
Castorla assimilates tho food, regulates tho stomach
and bowels, giving healthy and natural sleep. Cas
torla is tho Children's Panacea tho Mother's Friend.
"Cutorla Is an excellent medicine for chil
dren Mothers haro repeatedly told mo of its
good effect upon their children."
Da. Q. C. Osooon,
" Cutoria Is the beat remedy for children of
which I am acquainted. I hopo tho day is not
far dutant when mothers wilt consider the real
tnlerrit of their children', and uso Castorla In
stead of the rarious quack nostrums which are
destroying their loved ones, by forclngoplum,
morphine, soothing syrup and other hurtful
agents down their throat, thereby seeding
them to premature graves."
Da. J. F. KiMcntxoi,
Tke Cantatur Company, T7
Jno. 13. Wright,
Dealer hi Secoild-Faiid Goods
Moon Uloch, lied Clourt.
PLATT & FKEES CO.
Chicago Lumber Yard
ItED CLOUD, NEB.
Lumber, Lime, Coal and Cement.
TRADERS LUMBER C0.;ju?r'
DKALEKS IN r.y
Building Material, Etc. '
RED CLOUD, NEBRASKA.
WRIGHT ! WRIGHT I WRIGHT !
Wright is the Man.
He has the largest line of Stoves in Red
You tun not all'ortl to in I m ncclng IiU Mock licl'ore lumiiB
aa you will lose money.
W. W. Wright, the Hardware Man.
Adjusts Itsolf to nny
Has two Rov7S oi
Will hol:l Hamos
In nleon bettor tliar
nny o'her Rnlirtr.
llnre n Few More of Those
Also n'large line of liarnem, &e.
Call and nee uie If you want
J. L. ITIILLr.K.
Tbe Veteran Harness in a n
New Ileal Estate Firm,
J. H. DAVIS & SON,
Loan and Insurance Agents,
K Wirt II BHM.Vl
Red Cloud, Nebraska.
Oflloe with D. F. Trnnkey, Moon Block
We have located in Red
Cloud imd will be pleaf ed to
have people who desire to sell
their farma to call and list
their lands -with u as we
have eastern buyers.
Coll and see ns.
J. II. DAVII SON
" Castorla Is so well adapted to children thai
I recommend It as superior to any presciiptlce
known to me."
II. A, Ancnta, M. D
111 Eo. Oxford St., Urooklyn, N. Y.
" Our physicians In the children's depart
ment have spoken highly of their experi
ence In their outside practlco with Costorla,
and although wo only havo among our
medical supplies what Is known as regular
products, yet wo aro free to confess that the
merits of Castoria has won tu to look with
favor upon It."
Unitxd Hospital Attn DisrxmuaT,
Allen C. Sarrn, iVr.,
Murray Street, New York City.
R A Sittipsor,
BIHq Hill Ngb.
L. B. Spanogle,
Real Estate W"
and Loan Agent
Sewing - Machines
S. JE. COX AJP
Has a lino lino of Sowing Ma
chines and Organs from $25
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