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THE RED CLOUD CHIEF. RED CLOUD, NEBRASKA. FRIDAY. JAN. H. 1894.
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Given away to
every wish pui-ohmse for January of JBoots
and Shoes at our store, we will give the pur-ehaser
Our Profit. J
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u win uu u Bi'immiu iium iu jut liuw sillies.
AVe need the money, you need the shoes.
Part of our goods at eo.st.
Some of them ot half price.
A few odds and ends at whatever we can got.
The best and newest of
Buy nil you need,
till you cun get.
BLAKESLEE & KALEY.
A little snow on Wednesday.
C. W. Kaloy was in Lincoln this week.
J ud Bailoy was in Quidu Rook this
L. P. Albright was in Lincoln this
Most of our merchants are through in
voicing. Lawyer Chaflln was in Guido Rock
Ex-County Clerk Rannoy was in BIuo
Hill this week.
K. B. Young of Superior wus in Red
Cloud this week.
Low OlniBtead has moved into Grand
ma Micks house.
II. B. Banks of Hiverton was in Rod
Cloud this week.
A. D. McNow waB down from Blue
Hill last Saturday.
J. N. .Littlo of Hustings was in Red
Cloud this week.
Mrs. Arnoson of Walnut creek was in
Red Cloud Saturday.
II. Cozad is a now subscriber to tho
Great Fumily Weekly.
Mr. Mnthows an old time rcaidont has
roturnod to Red Cloud.
Attorney C. II. Buliet of Omaha was
in Red Cloud this week.
J. 0, Lindley & Son frc-Bh lard and
and choice smoked hum.
W. C. Jones und wife woro viBiting in
Guido Rock laBt Friday,
Leopold Wvko came in this week and
renowed for The Ciitr.r.
J. T. Mclntyre ot Superior was visit
ing his brother this week
For choice nmoked ham und fresh lard
cull on J. O. Lindley & son.
Mrs. C. 11. Crono und Mrs. A. C. Hos
"tfv.oro in Beatrice thiB week.
l). Dickerson has moved onto his
ana into his now house
L. Miller has moved his harness
i into tho Chanoy building.
Trf W. DickcrBon und family are going
to visit in PallisadoB, Kansas, next week.
Mr. S. Temnlo cuvo u rmrtv lust Sat
urday in honor ot her littlo girl's birth
day. Romombor J, O. Lindley &, Hon keop
on hand the best fresh lard and smoked
A biff party on last Friday night ut
Frank Tennant's. A big time was re
dorted. C. J. Piatt and wifo entertained their
friends on Tuesday ovening with a tea
und card party.
MrB. Thos. Wilfion, who has been very
sick for tho last few days, is much bet
ter ut this wiiting.
Tho board of supervisors meet next
Tuesday again when thoy will settlo with
Logan Robinson and wife of Hastiugs
have moved to Rod Cloud, whore they
will livo in tho future.
Henry Scott was recently mado a pres
ent of COO shares of mining stock in a
Cripplo Creek silver mine.
Use our wont column; it will cost you
nothing. If you want work, havo any
thing to sell or trade, try it.
Will WeBt and Samuol West, J. P.
havo both been on tho sick lietthis week
but uro nblo to bo up aguin.
John Cruns was arrested last week on
n ohargo of assault, but aftor two or
threo days in jail, he was released.
Editor Wurren and wifo wore trented
to a surpriflo party Wednesday night, it
being their 15th wedding unnivoreury.
The report of thocitizon'B couimitto hud
to bo left over until our noxt iBeueon uc
count of too much mutter for the space.
i in't vmi fnrffot that the Sincor Sow
ing muchino is the beet all around ma-
cuino manuiaciureu. y. '.iui.,hu...,
Red Cloud. , , ...,.
Mr. Mahagnn, proprietor oi mournou
go Storo, was in tho city last week. Ho
is a very pleasant gontloman and has
Mrs. Dr. Snowdon, who haBbeen visit
ing with Mrs. L. II. Fort, has roturnod
to Modesto, California, after an extonded
visit in this city.
Tho peoplo of Red Cloud uro prepared
to put down all kinds of vice, and heroaf
tor mako it warm for ovil doers. Lot
the good work go on.
Mr. nnd Mrs. Sanborn of Edgar woro
visiting with tho families of M. W. Dick
oreon and D. L. Groat this weok. Thoy
talk ot moving to Red Cloud.
Tin not buy a sewing maohino until
you see that tlno Singer. No other ma
chino equals it for durability and tlno
work. W. F. Hull, ugont, Red Cloud.
Statb Treasurer Bartley has boon
sued by u Croto bank becaiiBO ho has
not given them part of tho state funds,
for which they have put up bonds, uc
cording to luw.
Mrs. Frank HtoUeH. about three
months ago. otuck u sand burr in her
Hngor, and littlo was thought of it until
recently hor arm began swolling und now
gives tier much trouble.
On Sunday night, a lire in Rlvorton
1.....10.1 ! Ilvurv stnblo of II. lJanks,
. i,,,inr rinlt fmlnriL'liii' to Mrs. Fred
Loaf, and a blacksmith shop, said to bo.
long to C. II. Potter of Red Cloud. The
loss was not bo very heavy, but would
huve been greuter had it not boon for
tbe city water wotke, Tho fire IB eup
pbi'ed to havo been incendiary.
Jgsg S-s grg 8
l. l i
them at a bir
more llimi you need.
will not lie the loner.
dates in Red
Look at Cotting's window displays
A lino biscuit Hour at MoNitt's, 70
contB h sack.
W. R. Adams of UastinKS wus on our
S. E. Cozad has boon on tho sick list,
but is better now.
l)r. Bponcer adds his numo to Tjie
Ciiiei" list. Thanks.
John MyorB and A. O. Borg roturnod
from Hebron thiH week.
Look at thoBo beautiful fringed cur
tains ut Cotting'e, only 50c.
Henry C. Richmond is ublo to bo up
again niter a week's illnoss.
The S. of V. band envo our citizens a
tine musical treat on Saturday.
Mrs. Josslyn of Orleans was vistitug in
tiio city tho foro part of tho week.
Watch for tho program of tho S. of V.
band concort. It will .bo published next
week. . ' y
"Orange Blossom" in a painless onre for
nil diseases peculiar to women. Sold by
C. L. Cottiog.
The ladies of Red Cloud havo organ
ized a reading circle They will meet
ovory Saturday. ,
Tho B. &-, M. Iiub many thousand ties
in the yards, and we look any time now
for a now railrord.
T. G. Wildor, P. W. Ailes, John Wil
helmson, John Streot and W. P. Kenudy
have renowod for 1801.
Mel M. Tingloy has gone to McCook
on n visit. From there ho goes to Iowu.
to bo gono threo weeks.
Cutting keeps tho lurgest stock of
Glass in the city, not including James
Glass his popular clork.
If needing spectacles, boo Dr. Cu Ill
more, Junuary 20th nnd :50th, 1804, with
Dr. McKecby, Red Cloud.
Wo meet all competition on hardwuro
etc., und soil you hotter goods Wright
the hardware man, Rod Cloud.
More goods aro being Bold for a dol
lar at tho Chicago Clothing Storo than
any whero olso in this country.
If you have a good horso weighing
about 1100 pounds, that you want to
trado for a wind-mill, Bee Jus. Poterson.
Wo will pay you 27 cents for corn and
sell you goodB cheaper thnn any mer
chant daro Bell you Chicugo Clothing
Dr. Cullimoro, with Dr. McKooby in
Red Cloud, for eye and car diseases.
Monduy and Tuesday, January 20th and
If you want anything in second-hand
furniture, fcc, o have anything to sell,
seo Curt Evans. Blue Front south Web
Dr. Cullimoro, Eye and Ear Surgeon
of Omaha. Red Cloud January 20th and
.10th, 1801, Monday and Tuesdoy, Dr.
Everybody should propare to go to tho
S. of V. band concort, Boon to bo given
by them nnd somo of tho best musical
talent of tho city.
If your Eyes and Ears need attending
seo Dr. Cullimoro, lied Cloud, with Dr.
McKecby, January 20th and 30th, 1801,
Monduy and Tuesday.
Culves can bo surely nnd safely de
horned ut an expense ot only threo conts
por head by using tho Dehorning Rem
edy sold by C. L. Cotting.
Aid. Myers and Grant Usher nro coing
to start a now grocery und drygoods
storo iu mo room lately occupied by J.
L, Miller, tho hurness mun.
Charley Hester, whom ovory ono in
Red Cloud will romombor, has juBt re
turned from England, where ho was mar
ried, nnu is now located in Toxas.
Our old tlmo switchman Geo. Ncnso,
who far tho past few months has been
lilling tho placo as brakemim in Denver
was on our stroots last Suturduy shak
ing hands with hia many friends who
woro nil glad to see his smiling face.
John Keslor who has been moandoring
over tho wild and wooley woet for u num
ber of years, and who in his tondor years
deviled in this ofllco, has returned to
Red Cloud whoro ho will stay during
Tho past 17 days in January have
boon almost as pleasant ns summer.
Scarcely a day has passed thnt tho ther
mometer has not boon in tho vicinity of
BU or '.hi nnovo zero, wnnt country can
boat thiB? Not oven California with
its rosy stories.
Tho S. of V. baud is practicing for a
grand concort and musicailo to be given
ut tho nporu house Fobruury 11, 1801.
This will bo ouo of the grandest musical
programs over given iu tho city, as all
tho best musical talent in tho city wil)
bo engaged in it.
Mr. nnd Mrs. John M. Chaflln huve ut
Inst closed tho deal f or tho old homestoad
down in Ohio, where they will spend u
few weeks of each summer looking nfter
tho crops and fruits, tint as mr. Chut-
tin is in lovo witli rsohnuun, as well us
with the pructico of hia profession, ho
informs Thk Chikk that ho intends stay
ing right here, giving elope attention to
his buMneBs and onjoving in common
with bis neighbors, this, 1L beet of cli
tabix or co.Ti:vrs.
Page 1 -Pootry, history of colfoo, weath
er forecasts, etc.
" 2- "A story in Scarlet."
" !l- Dement ie mill foreign news, mar
kvt reportB. etc.
" i -County correspondent, etc.
" 5 City nows, RiiorviporB' pro
ceedings, " (5-Keport of Rod Cloud Firo Do
pnrttnent, editorinl column, want
column and tuiscolluny.
" 7 -TnlnuiRo'a sermons, etc.
" 8-MiBCcllwny aud funnygropliH.
Nkiikaska Wkuiht. For hundreds of
years thcro has been more or less ndoo
mado over tho advent of littlo folks into
this veil of tears. The fond mothor
and fnther were usually the happiest
mortiile thnt existed, but this weok when
it wns known that Bert Grice, the hand
some und courteous druggist fell heir to
a uino pounds of femininity ho nctually
jumped over his counters and hollered
"pap" and then failed to breath for
Bomo timo until saturated with paregoric.
Even tho echool children were going up
and down the street proclaiming the
nevvB thnt Bort was uiinu, and the vorv
thoughts of it seemed to onthuso ovory
body. Bort has not done a lick of work
since tho young lady camo to town and
ho swears by all that is good that ho
will whip tho lirflt chap that hangs on
his front gato. But IoJbIiow how excited
ho was over tho matter, our reporter
went into his storo just twenty times,
and each timo ho was standing nt the
catnip box, muttering two ounces of cat
nip, onotnble-epoonfull of narouoric. and
a half gallon ot Mrs. Wilson's soothing
syrup ought to make that baby quiet, so
theio would bo no necessity of walking
thu lloor ut night. Oh, my, but the ro
sponsibilitics of a father uro great, and
then ho would havo a far-away look on
bis face, and begin to sing, "It's nico to
be a father," etc, and then ho would go
back .to, thu .catnip scono. But up to
this writing the huppy futhor is rocovnr
ing, and' "Richard's himself a'giiin.,''TiiK
Ci i ikk. takes great pleusuro in congratu
lating tho happpy parents.
OniTL'AKy. Tho death of Miss Muttio
E Mahard which occurred at Jamestown
North Dakota last week has occasioned
much sorrow amongst hor many relatives
friends und acquaintances in this city
She was born in Wisconsin and when
young moved with her father's family
to this city whoro she resided for many
yeais, Her father! William Mahard, a
most excellent gontloman of high merit,
tho father ot Mrs. M. Sherman of this
city, Mrs, L. A. HaHkinsnnd Mrs. I). G.
Noma living near here, died in the year
187. Mrs. Malum! in a few years re
turned to Wisconsin, where Muttio
wout some timo after. Slio rcmuined ut
South Kuukaunu, Wisconsin for somo
timo and ilnallv wont to makelier homo
with-the family ot Win. Hogeboon ut
Jamestown, Dukota, whoro sho remained
till her dcuth. Before her departure for
Wisconsin she united with the Christian
church at this place und till her death
remained n devout, eurnest nnd consist
ent Christian. She wus a woman whoso
virtucdwereindoed many. Sho possessed
u f reo und honest heart, a magnanimous
nature, und was earnest und sincere in
all her doings. Muttio Muhard wronged
no one intontionully, und always preserv
ed the same pure chaructor and modest
manner which with br indomitable will
mado hor friends always, wherever Bho
wont. Tho direct cause of her deuth
was consumption; und she died nt the
ago of 111. Whiio this cbrtd woman's
death is deeply deplored, tho consoling
thought of her many friends is that it
God in His intinite wisdom prepares h
filace for the just, she is cerUunly on joy
ng his boniflcent mercy in tho heaven
ly mnd far beyond this wicked world of
sin and iniquity.
Unostentatious Nuptials. For boiho
days tho most intimate acquaintances of
jj. w.xurnuro,ino younger memuer oi
tho linn of Shea & Turnuro who so ad
mirably presido ut the Parlor Grocory,
discovered that ceutloman to bo noting
strnngoly, nnd when they nstunlly
thought sometning EonoiH tno dtincuuy
he fooled them ull by making a bushiest)
trip to Reynolds, Nebraska, and whilo
there, sought his affianced, prepared for
tho occosiou and wandered to tho homo
of tho Rev. Stephenson, who officiated
in tho marriage ceremonies in a most
C leasing and creditable manner. The
rido is Miss Currio B. Rothrock, daugh
ter of J. S. Rothrock of Inrvalo, and hits
made hor homo for many yours with her
grund-parente, n highly respected fami
ly of Reynolds. Sho is booutiful, woll
cultured and rotlncd, and withal n
charming selection for the excellent hus
band she has accepted. Tho groom is n
young man full of business pluck and
energy, and will no doubt rank among
tho tirst ot our business men somo duy.
The Ciiikk extends congratulations and
bospeuks for them a bright future.
A Nav.row Escape. What might havo
been u very serious nocidont terminated
in a dog-gone tunny affair. Tho Red
Cloud streot car line enmo bowling down
tho street ut a rapid rate, nnd in turning
tho cornor of Webster Btreot and 4th
iVvonuc. it came very near running over
C. A, Nine, who wns lying down on tho
right of way, novor dreaming ot whnt
wus coming. Tho motor-mno ouioHy
set tho brakes, nnd with his whip, "in
curred tho displeasure ot tho aforesaid
C. A. Nino, who might hnvo been moul
dering beneath tho clay had it not been
for tho watchful oyo of tho driver, or! or
all wo know, might hnvo boon worked
up into bologna by thin time.
Sherman Circlo No. 3, Ladies ot tho
G. A. II., installed tbo now officers Satur
day evening, January 13, 1801, when tho
following woro placed in control for tho
President Noll io Beaver.
S. V. Ella Keslor.
J. V. Novella Bayles,
Conductor Nora Nico.
Guard Minnio BayloB.
Chaplain Mary Mahnffey.
TrcuBuror Mrs. Hoffniun.
Secretary S. A. Scott.
Aftor tho installation ceremonies tbo
Circlo clobed in F. C. and L.
S. A.Scorr, Secretary.
Cahii ofTiiankh. We deBiro to thank
all of our kind friends, who gavo us ouch
loving assistance at tho burial ot our
beloved son nnd brother Harry. His
dear youm,' soul is in tho keeping ot his
Savior, wo laid urn dear young body
atnontrst his friends surely "it is well
with tho child'1. May God bless you all.
Mun. Alex. Bknti.kv and Family,
Lndlca: If youhavH hondaoho, pain in
il k Lnb MAatnaMll m 51M 49 llinaA ilia.
, 1111 Unu UVI TUUIUVVD VI MM J V VUW1UUIO'
' I iioi peoulUr to yonr MX, do cot fail to
1 tj Dr, lawytV rutUlM. DqTO t Orion
A Pl.KAfHKT Entkistainmknt On last.
Monday evonlnir tho editor of Tin:
Cninr had tho distinguished pleusuro ot
attending ono of those very interesting
nnd edifying entertainments which nro
annually gien by tho Woman's Reliof
Corps nnd James A. Gurlleld Post. Grand
Army of tho Republic, nnd which ato
woll known for their social qualities. At
a stated hour, Comrade Miller called
tho meeting to older mid announced
that he was about to install thu olllceis
elect of tho Post, and in a very pleasant
manner, and closely observing the ritual
istic work, installed tho following offi
cers: Commander Wesley Streot.
Senior Vieo-Cominundor F. N. Rich
ardson. Q. M.-II. E. Pond.
Chaplain 1). L. Groat.
Officer of tho DayA. 1). Brown.
Officer of tho Gunrd-John Wilholtn.
Surgeon J. W. Mornnville.
AphL Q. M.-O. C. Boll.
Adjutant Jos. Garbm.
AFHt. Adjt. G. W. Knight.
Tho installation ceremonies being over
tho work of the Post wawcoinploted aud
that body adjourned. Immediately af
terwards, the ladies of James A. Gar
Hold Relief Corns, No. II. (i. A. R an
nounced thnt thoy would install their
olllcors, and tho following ladles woro
Kate Pond, President.
Carrio West, Senior Vice-President.
Carrie Richardson, J. V. P.
Kate S. .liaison, Secrotary.
Gortrudo Dickerson, Treasurer,
Lizzie Lewis, Chaplain.
Leona B. Tumor, Conductor.
Nancy Turner, Guard.
Maude Knight, Asst. Conductor.
Rebecca Streot, Asst. Guard.
Lizzio Louis, Delegate.
Ellon Ludlow, Alternate.
Mrs. O. W. Dow was installing officer.
Aftor tho various installations were
completed, tho ladios invited theirguests
to tun banquet room whero a bountiful
ropast wns sorved, nnd ull did ample
During tho ovening, pleasant speeches
woro miuio uy uonirmies wiiuelinson,
Jos. Gnrber, J. L. Miller, D. L. Groat,
G. W. Knight nnd Sargeant Colo und a
number of ladies. Sard. Cole. "tho irre
pressible," who fought in 40 ware, so tho
hoys Bay, mndo n most excellent speech,
but, forgetting himself, told how ho
euchercd fifteen or twenty dozen chick
ens from Jako Millor and JooGarber,
and laid them under his pillow, only to
tlud that his chickens had vamoosod.
Ho wus loudly applauded. Thu outer
tainment was a very pleasant ouo und
appreciated by all.
If 4 boys and 2 girls coughing Id times
a minute can bo cared with one bottle of
Hullor'ti buro Cure Cough Syrup, how
many bottle will it take to curu t girls
and 'J boys coughing It times each a min
ute? A "Tommy Tupper" book for vnoli
solution. Bailor Prop. Co., Ulnir, Nubr.
For Halo by Dcjo it Grice.
Dkahi ok Hakkv Bi:Nn.hv. On hist
Sunday tho painful nous of the death
of Hurry Bontloy, n former empluo of
this paper, was dispensed from the pul-
pitu of tho different churches. But
three mouths ago, Harry, in buoyant
splrltH und tho picture of health, left
this city with his mother und family to
mako his home in Lincoln. Many warm
friends of the most estimable family
gathered ut tho arrival ot tho evening
train to meet nnd condole tho mother
and brother who accompanied the body
here for interment. Sudden as tho af
fair really was, tho sombre looking
burial case in which reposed ull that was
mortal ot little Harry Uontley continued
tho awful reality ot his sudden douiibu.
Tho uorvices were held at tho residonco
of A. T. Ayoro. Mrs. Bentloy'o old home,
and tho body laid peacefully to rest in
tho cemetery nt thin placo Monday morn
ing. From a long nnd intimnto acquain
tance with tho deceased, wo, porhapo,
huvo iib thorough a knowledgo of his vir
tues ns but very few of bio acquaintances.
To simply Bay that ho was n good boy
would hardly siifQco. Harry po&ECB&cc,
largely, nil tho virtues which go to mako
u pure, noblo und devout being. He wus
honcot, fuithtul and dilligont.nud modest
almost to roticonco. Ho had a romark
ublo understanding of tho distinction
between right aud wrong, and waa reso
lute in the obedionco of tho demands ot
un undclllcd conscionco. Witli a otrict
regard for truth, constant deBiro to bo
right and do rigiu, no commanciou me
Dficero rcspeot of ull with whom hu wus
acquainted. Hia death, wus caused by
spinal meningitis. Ho wus ubout 17
yenro of uge.
Tho following is a letter of sympathy
from tho job oilico of Jacob North & Co.
whoro ho wus employed:
To Mrs. Alox'undor Bontloy:
Tho employes ot the
job department ot this establishment, of
which number your pon Harry wus bo
recently ono, desiro to extend to yonruolf
und family, in your dark hour ot bo
reuvetnent, our sincerest sympathy nnd
heurt-felt condolence Wo can under
stand how keenly you must feel tho loss
of u son so manly and generous, tor, in
his short association with us, wo ull
learned to lovo him, und observed by his
demeanor thnt ho was possessed of thoso
cultivated in boyhood, uro euro to blos
som into n perfect mnnhood. Wo found
him a gonial and ploapant companion,
ovor chcorf ul, and always rendy and will
ing to perform nil dutios that foil to his
eharo. Our recollection of Harry shall
bo pleasant, and tho vdcanoy in our
ranks by hiB untimely taking otf can not
1)0 Ullod by ono inoro worthy to bo ro
mombercd. Very respectfully yours,
Tho employes of this ofllco also desire
to extend their Bymnniny to tno ooreav-
od mothor and fumily for tho loss of ono
so nonr and donr to their hearts. 1' rom
a nino months association with Harry in
this oilico wo can safoly say that if ovor
thcro was a boy worthy of good wordo.
ho was that boy. Wo shull always hold
bis moniory in profound regard.
Do not put oft inking a medicine. Num
orons littlo ailments, if uegloeted, wilo
noon break up tho system. HoodV Hiir
nuparilla now, to ex pull diteune, giv
Blrougth una uppetUo.
Hood' IMU euro coiiHtinntiou by re
storing the peristaltic action of thu uli
The Knights of Pythias installed thoir
officers lnit Monday night ns follows:
C. C Woltor Sho: wood.
V. C W. S. Marsh.
Prelato J. O. Bu lo.,
M. F. J. L- Miller.
M. E. L. M. Vanro.
M. A. A. C. HoBtuor,
I K.E.S.-D. Bedford,
jam m m mmmntm mm wmm w w&s
(If they know how.)
t! would liko to interest you in our line of
W huvo MHiu new mill ticuiuit TiiIiIcIh unci I'lipc- S
y- tcrii'A Unit will Imlli Mirprlur ami picnic yti. -
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5 Nolc paper, lOc to 'iOc per quire. 3
2 I2nvclie, ."Jc to tlOc per pack. ?2
2 Alio l'cnn, I'cticll, Ink, llrmer. Ac. 2
2Tt Don't forget that wo sell m
B DRUGS AND MEDICINES, 3
g And can (111 your prctcrlptloim accurately. J
C L COTTING 28
auiiiii ai iii in iu iiUiiiUuiiumuiiUK
Hoard convened nt !i a. in. persunnt
to adjournment ol previous day, sovon
tceu in embers being present.
Committeu on ways and menus ro
rfortod that tho otl'or of stnto bonrd ol
educational lands nnd buildings to take
now bonds ot county iu lion of railway
bonds now due had been accepted nnd
thnt the exchange had hcun inudo. Al
so (hat the old bonds amounting to
$ 17,000 wuro now in custody ol tho
county clerk, and recommended that
Haiti bonds be cancelled. Keport
Conimittua appointed to appraise so
so Hi-1.11, on application of II. II. Hil
ton, reported nn appraisal of 37 per
Committee to sottlo with county sup
orlntendant reported that thoy had
(omul his account correct. Iteport
Thu oominitleu on supplies reported
recommuuding acceptance of bid of
Statu Journal Co. tor supplies except
such as can bu mirchnscd from the
home printers, prices being oiiunl and
that all suppling bo purchased by tho
county olerk for all olllcors on their re
quisition. Keport adopted.
Keport of couiuitltou on ollicinl bonds
was adopted oxuopt us to treasurer's
lioiid which was relorred buck lor ud
Application of Henry Smith for ad
mission to soldier' home was ap
proved. On request ot county aupuiinlundcnt
8100 wus appropriated lor institute
purposes tor 1891.
Report ot committees to settb with
county jedgo and superintendent Hint
they had found books and accounts ol
sumo correct wns tiled and adopted.
On motion of Kitidsulmr treasurer
was instructed to luinish board on tirst
day of ouch inuuting with list ol delin
quent personal tuxes.
Board convened Jan. 11th at it a. in.
with littcun members present.
A resolution by Kimlseliur that
county buy lumber lor bridges by tho
enr loud wusdofcated.
On motion an appropriation of $7f
was made tor a bridge betweon sections
l'J aud 13 Lino township, appropriation
to bo drawn us soon as ttioru tiro uuy
lunds to moot the sumo.
Thu treasurer wus instructed to pay
John R. Croziur'a warrant ol Slfi.'JO
wrouglully withhold on account ot an
other man's tuxui.
On motion u warrant of $150 was
ordered in payment of repairs on Bed
Thu bond of J. L. White, which was
roturnod for additional security wus
again presented with thu additional
security and on motion was approved.
Application ot Edwnrd O'Noil lor
admission to soldiers homo at Grand
Island was rond and application ap
proved. Five dollars for his expenses
Putltion presented for nppoinlmont
of M. B. McNltt as soldiers roliet com
missioner was read. On motion M. B.
McNitt was appointed for two year to
till vacancy und John MeCulltini for
threo years, as such coratniRsionors.
Comruilteo on printing recommended
that tho printing ol tho supervisor's
proceedings bo let to the following
puuors ut their offer, viz: Nation $25,
Belt $9.09, Annus ono cent. A motion
to ndopt report of thu committee was
It wns thon moved that eanh papor
in tho county bo given $10 for printing
tho proceedings which motion was lost,
as wore also two othor motions to pay
$.r) to cnoli papor, and onn-'twoiitloth of
legal rato to oaeh papor.
It was thon moved that tho printing
ol tho supervisors proceedings bo let to
tho Aitaus for tho yonr 1891 for ono
dollar. Motion oarricil.
Petition ot C. Hunter for road bo
setlons two nnd three, town 1, wns 'aid
Petition ol J. M. Edcnrton and others
for location of road nnd building of
bridge between sections 35 and 3G, 1-9
wns Inid over.
Tho following olalms wero then
A.T Tomtinnon, unrvioT ns Jnllor $10! nn
A.!TiiinilnHi,loiUi!liiK prMouers. ... ires m
A .1 Tomllnso . enmity mpmiwi II sj
i v.rnon, rcwnnl (or liniM-llilcf r.ft m
l M llmiH-r, poilM.'!. tie n:.'.
Jll Wlltfllt, COIlStHlllO (COB filM!
.In lml)-r. Mipcnlfuir....,, 3 11
W A Williams, Imnlwaio a tt
(I w Dow, repairs :-,; 4 -,
.1 W W.iuhii, Hal. oil ;ipsi'vir's claim, . '.' in
Pnmilti J'otts. lioirilTi'nulhitisNi ja 7r.
Kll Nmm"y'r. printiiiK. am
.1 wMor.uivlllc.ineillual a rvlics n ro
1. 1 AihriL-lit. rn:il Ill 1
a W Newlnn, rfiiiHtiililti fws .MOO
.1 M ChHinii. nttnnioy for CO on
41roriro llnrrln. J-ilxir 011 brl'lKO 1 v.i
nil I'nttor. t'lrv Ut n 2 oi
Nnrlli K Uilfirtv. rlnmaitfs for nnd n m
t WTullovn, medial wrvlcfs DiitlnTrrp '.7 on
It M Miirthi & Sun. MiIhb for ' " n in
Fnnnlo rntts, nnartuiiK iirs. vuiuutii
lutin Tn-p men
1. CCono.wnrk on lir'dRe 81 v,
W Oirulvln. '" " " 1'! Ml
fUuda Hock Twp, tumiit'r for npproaclirs 7 no
Rbtlckley. viorXoultrMueB si S3
can Write !
w II N.i)cr, " "
WJWrlKhl, " "
I'raiik Mlmir, " "
Ull I'lmlei, " "
IKIIarilv " '
.1 W IMiiKlderly " "
.1 W CorPrlt, " "
.Ion HmiIuKit, ' "
.Mm Hiirriiimi, ' "
I'awcplt Itllnrrtli, liaiiliur fur lirldRe-
IIH rrotidflt, liimlier. etc
.1 KltitliclK r, iMitkim liridKc, etc
V VTinlor, inen:limidi'
.1 l.llltcnicc. "
Wllliox MoMlllan "
(It-o.1 Warren, "
.sinlo .lourntt) I'd, stationery
1 1 IT,
:i.i i n
lien riiimiiLMjo, ii.unii pull IhiiiKi.
A J Toinllndnii. earn Mnrv fiiincli sub r.n
a .i loiniiiiinn.iuitinu ininiiii in Lincoln 07 (,i
J T Aiiintr.iii, isiipt I'ceblu Minded 'Jt :
Board adjourned. '
Boatd convened Jan. 1'Jlh nt 9 n. in.
with 11 inembers present.
Petition lor road butweeu seotious 'J 7
and ill, '.' 12 was granted una clerk
oulercd to plat same, nil claims lor
damages having been waived.
Committee on jail reported that they
hud examined jailor's hooks and found
siuuo correct; that '-'tf prisoners had
been confined during, tho past nix
mouths to thu number of l'J 8 days, for
which ut $l.f0 pur day the j-tilor is en
titled to SI9L'. The report was adopted.
Commiltoo to sottlo with sheriff re
ported Unit they had examined his
iiooKs ami accounts anil louiiu sumo
correct; that thu net fees for past nIx
months amounted to JSUIC.-' ol which
$jUG has been collected; that thu total
amount of lees and expenses incurred
dining the past ear amounts to$.).i07.
and that there is yet duo thu sheriff
$0 10. Report adopted.
Thu treasurer was Instructed to
transfer all Burplus funds ot 1891 'J to
general fund ot 1891).
Moved that thu old bonds of the
banks now on lllu be retained nnd thnt
committee oxutninu samu to nscurtnin
whether additional security is necos
sary. Motion lost.
On motion bonds of Bluu Hill bank
and Bank of (itiido Rock wns referred
back for verification of signatures; that
of Statu hank of, Bluu 1 1111 lur amount
of Interest and vcrllicntion of signature
of sccutillus; that of First Nalioual
bank of Bluu Hill lor vcrllicntion ol'
Jacob Kinilflcher reported oxpnnsos
of taking down old bridge nt Guido
Rock nt ir'JlB.fifi. Received for lumber
and rock sold from sumo .f'J17.'J5.
On motion it was ordered that bul
atico ot lumber on hand Irotu (iuidn
Rook bridge hu retained (or othor
Board thou adjourned to Tuesday,
A cup ot Parka' Tor at night zaovos tho
bonulninthe morning without pain or
EllPorkino, tho noted lecturer, will
bold forth in Red Cloud at tho oporu
hoiiGO Tburbduy nicht Jan. 25th. Sub
jct: "Phtlorophy of Wit". Vouobould
not f uil to hear him.
Mrs. N. MpyetU-, tho Gsnec county
troarturor of tho W. C. T. U. and a very
intluontial worker in tho cnue of women
hnyri: "I havo uuod Parkeo' Tea and And it
iu the boat remedy I hare ever tried for
constipation. It reauires mailer doses
anil is more thorough. I shall use, noth
ing olo in future"
(io nnd seo Wright's. They have the
finest line ot heating ntoves that hnvo
ever boon brought to Red Cloud boforo
iku thorn before buying,
W. I. Charch.of Staauton Post, O. A. R..
enyn: ''I havn tried nearly every cough
remedy but found nothing tooopare with
Parks' OookIi By nip. I have solfereil
over nincn my dischargo from tho army
and I'rrl.tf tough Hyrup is thu only rem
edy that lion ever helped mo."
Lost A flno gold watch chain with
razor charm. Finder will plcapo apply
ut thiu oilico und rocoivo u ouitublo re
'J'nlk does not id ways convince. Try ft
bottle of Dr. Sawyer' Family Curo and
you will bo cnuviucod that H will enro all
iltnmncli, Liver, Kidney and Dowel dilli
eultlt'B. Deyo i (Irieo.
Thoro will bo a discussion of the
llnwniluin nucslion at tho A. O. U. W.
lodco next Tuesday night between Hon.
J. S. Oillinm und Judge Wilcox. Mem-
bors will lalto notice.
As tho tinnio indieatea, Hall's VrgetnMe
nieilinn Ilnlr Rnnewer Is n rencwer of the
hair, including its growth, litnllh, jonth-
ful color, and hrnuty. It will plensu yuu.
Corn . ,
. G02 00
doz. 2 00
t IIIMIII I
t I f t
i IMMI Mil MM
X UfKOyfl tee t
We Imva yot tn find any onuo of bnrb
wire out thnt Uullor's llsrb Wire Liniment
will nut earn. Wo nbeolatoly ifuaranteo
it nnd Duyo & Grlco will refund tho cash
for ull proving nntrntltifnctoTy.
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