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THE RK1) CLOUD CHIEF, UtiD CLOUD, NEBRASKA, FRIDAY, JULY 20, 1894.
tub pnooTcn & gamqlk co, oint.
THE COUNTRY NEWS
MANY INTERESTING ITEMS OF NEWS.
FnriiUliril tijr Our A Me Corp of
Country orrepoiiIriila, Kuptc
lally furilli Header of The chief
Rain is needed in this part.
lUv. Scmor preached in the grove
Oscar Patmor was id thid city Sun
day. Mr. Frssc atd wifo from Stanford,
Nrb., nro visiting thoir Ron Fred Franc.
Mr, Joo Baker and family was h
Ring in this part Sunday.
Tilly Rasser is staying nidi her sis
ter Mrs. Holcomb.
Ilarvy Cox is attending the insti
tute. Mr. S. Bruncr and family atttnded
meeting Sunday at this plaoo.
Mr. Mann our export onion raiser
and school tuarin was out to church
Frank Fri-jbie was looking aftor his
Tho choir will meet at Godlip Nas
sers Saturday evening.
Georgia Fraso is still very danger
our and is under tho enro of Dr. Dam
erell. Wo hope for his recovery soon.
Chas. Frisbip and wifo were visiting
in Guida Hock Sunduy.
Mr. MoKinnoy's father is visiting
him at prcscn'.
Mr. McKinnoy and wifo wore visit
ing near Guido Rook Sunday.
Mr. Cutter is threshing Ins wheat
John Hulcpine is the happy papa of
a baby girl.
Miss Lulu Albin is attending tho
Mrs. Dud Robinson ezpeels to go to
Iowa Foon on n visit.
Miss Mary Fishcl of Otoo county
has arrived, greatly to tho delight t.f
Dave and .leui for now thoy will batch
Mr, Robinson is hore improving his
place. Ho cxpscts to movo his family
as soon us he can miko tho orange
incuts. Messr Croxlon and Molley brought
their new thresher down from Blue
Mill lust Monday.
Wm Guthrie's littlo daughter, aged
about 1J j cars, died on Monday night
at 12 'clock, with tha brain fever.
This was a fad Mow to tho devoted
parents. Tho remains weio iutencd
in the Thompson cemetery.
Weather hot and dry but corn is
till growing niuily.
Mi, Modlin d cd last Sunday aad
was buiicd Monday at Walnut Cicek
Mr. Tolnnd's brother of Logansport,
Ind. nud his family were visiting visit
ing him the lirst of tlia week.
Srmo body helped cat three and ono
half gallons of ice cream.
News kcrpH getliiig scarcer and
"" soarcer and limes aro so dull.
When Ifaxty was tick, wo exta hrr Outo'ia.
When the n as a Child, tho ciled fcr Castorla.
When slid became 31133, rIio cIuiir to Castor!.
Whoa the bJ Children, tho gavo Uivin Cattorl
Ilnllor's Little German Pills art the
superior of many mid nro txoalUd ly
Bouv. They nro unit-griping and do m t
nantenta. Thoir uio stimulates tha Ut. r
and correct th billion condition of tl.e
atamaoh. Yhsynr sugHr-coatd, small
In sU, nnd nr tho ruldirst nud m. t
rffuottve cathartic that can bo need. 1 iy
thorn once and you will uter want o
twa any other, gold by Deyo & Orlce,
The early corn needs rain.
Will Strieker has a sprained anklo
W. 1). Cramer wont to Omaha Tucs
Buy Grandstuff is happ;. ; ha rides a
Tho farmers aro feeling very much
Frank Croncr rodo his whcol to
N'spcl wants )ou to call and sat
his sample bicycle
Miss Rosa Thorn attended tha in
stitute at Red Cloud.
Mr. Reed of Hastings Is the guest
of Frank and Charlio Croncr.
Quito a number attendid Masonic
lodge at llluo Hill Friday eveaiag,
W. T. K.rr.floy of Blue Hill was
doing business in th's city Taasday.
Mr, and Mrs. Geo. White of Droken
Bow are vhiting friends in this vioin
ity. Some of the wheelmen went to Red
Cloud and others went swimming Sun
Tho young people's meeting at the
Baptist church Sunday evening drew
quito a croud.
A. I'. Johnson ncd wife, C. K. flicks
and wife took a drivo down on Kim
Several of our enterprising farmer?
shipped a carload of hogs to Omaha
Mr.. L C.Kcith who has been visit.
i'ig friends at this place returned to
her home at Wilcox Tuesday evening
Hector, you tarn dog, what for you
chew tnv shot h, shirts, collars and cuffs
Kirby says ho is minus about tea dol
Thoro must bo somo attraction in
Red Cloud for some of tho bos who
ride wheels as thoy make frequent
trips to tho county scat.
List Saturday tho Bladen nine went
to Campbell to play ball with the
Cumpbell nino, at the end of the
gimo tho scoro stood 21 to 44 in
Guido Rock needs more rain or it
will all dry up.
The most of tha Guido Rock people
went courting last week.
Mrs. Hurley Vicrs, Mrs. Lou Teach
worth and Miss True Vicrs drove over
to Red Cloud Wednesday to attend
tho teachers institute.
Guido Rook and Rod Cloud plajcd
ball Tuesday and now Gu'do Rook
bo j s aro sotting up the cigars all be.
auso thoy wero winners.
Mr, A. G. Grubcr went to Lincoln
Sunday on business.
Two couple of our Guide Rock peo
plo wero immersed to their hearts con
tent at Amboy one day last week.
Tho prcaohcr being detained at home
thet booame very anxious, yelled, "Oh
glory, l'v found ill" and took a tum
ble. M. Lovitt is doing business in
Wayno county this week.
Mrs. Mooro beenmo very aick while
in Red Cloud last week but is better
at this writing.
Mrs. Shophard returned Tuesday
frctn a few daja vist with her mother
iu Red Cloud.
Jim Hich is riding a new byoiole.
Lawyer Cluffin was on our streets
Wednesday. X. Z Q.
Andrtw Arcxon is visiting in Iowa.
O.to Ucnsen wold somo hogs the
first of tho wetk.
Mr. Dckey was doing business iu
Henry Rumbaugh wis in our vie
Mr. Phillips was iu our community
Mcintosh Rros. wcro thrashing in
our neighborhood this work.
Mrs,. Brooks was visiting at C. II.
Wilson's tho first of the we.k.
Otto Pus master and family wire
doing business in lied Cloud Wednes
day. Mis Izzio Marker is homo from
school. Sho has been going to the
noimal at Fremont.
Rev. Roan and C. II. Wilson sold
tho Harvey bojs an'oebuuchof steers
Rv Hancock dlivcred a very in
tarcsting pcruion Sunday to a largo
Rye is mjkiug about fivo bushels to
tho acre and oats about three.
There was a barrel of fun at the
gumoof b.ll at 0. E Kmipj'b lat
Situtday between the Huskcra and
Hayseeds. U No Hoo.
Children Cry for
A BRIEF MENTION OF THEIR DOINGS.
HIIIm Allowed -Hupon r Commit-tcrn-Aml
Other Note of Intercut
to the l'voplr.
On motion tho application of the
citizens of school district 33. to renew
their bond of i'KK) and to cancel on the
treasurer's books tho bond tux levied
tor 1 893 was referred to tho committee
on school bonds and mandamus.
A motion by Best that tho board
deviate from, former years and collect
all delinquent taxes to tho best ad
vantage of tho court, not celling a
precedent for any your was lost.
Tho country treasurer was authorized
to correot tho assessment of Samuel
Fuller for 1893 erroneously placed at
9387 when it should havo been $187
and to collect tax on that basts.
M. Finkcnbiiulcr complained that
tho no J nw 1 and sw 1 nw and c J no
J section 34, 1.11, is erroneously as
sessed. On motion ho was instructed
to pay tho tax under protest and pre
sent bill for excess.
Tho committee on school bonds
recommended tho rejection of the pe
tition of residents of school dislrirt 33,
laid on the table.
Tho personal taxes of A T Reed for
18S5 0 7 and 8 wero stricken from the
tux list on his statement that he had
paid ilicin and lost his receipt.
Tho committee on poor farm was
instructed to lease said furm reserving
the right to erect buildings.
Tho repoit of Treasurer White was
read and approved.
Moved und seconded that the county
treasurer be instructed not to enforce
tho collodion of B F Reed's personal
taxes of 1881 from B F Reed, stepson
of A T Reed Motion carried.
Moved and seconded thai Messer.
McNitt and Fussier bo notified to ap
pear before this boird, answering to
money paid to them under protest.
Motion amended that they be re
quested to appear before the bcuid at
10 o'clock a, m. Amendment caincd
Original motion put as amended and
Now comes Mr, Kly and states to the
board that he thinks that he paid the
county his taxes for tho year 18S7 nnd
ISS8. amounting to !)fl(), assessed in
Guide R'ick, and ask tho board to
itriKo tho sumo from tho books
Motion made and seconded that tho
county treasurer be ordered to pro
ceed to collect tho personal taxes of
Mr Ely Motion carried
Mr. Fasslcr appears before tho board
and makes his statement regarding
takes paid under urotcst, and after due
consideration n motion was made and
carried that Mr Fussier bo excused and
bo allowed to co home nnd not required
to appear by tomorrow morning as
ordered by the board.
Motion rnado to adjourn to meet to
morrow morning ut 8 a m
Thursday morning July 12, 1891
board met pursuant to adjournment,
Jacob Kindschei noting chairman, II
Jacob Kindschcr, chairman, makes
statement or bridge committco regard
ing tho old Guido Rock bridge
To tho Hon. board of supervisors I
hereby make a statement of moneys
and credits takon iu for lumber on old
Guido Rock bridge since last meeting.
Ch'm Bridgo Com.
Arctta check (10 CO
' 1 HO
Itccelpt fur publication of brliUo 2 .V)
I'nld WmH.iwjerfor work 4 do
ttec'cl money ami IuiiiIht.
And credited tho sauio on my claim
Chair appointed ns committco to
examine and report on same, Lai id and
Zimmerman. Committee report ub
Wo, your committco tocxamino this
account, find it correct.
W C Laird, V C Zimmerman
Moved nnd carried that the report of
tho committo be approved.
Committco ou school lands and
Moved and carried than the report
of tho committee bo approved.
Now comes M i McNitt nnd C
Fussier ns requested by tho board nnd
muko statement regarding taxes paid
under protest, and alter duo consider
ution they agreed to turn over to J S
White, tho present county treasurer,
tho money held by thorn in tuxes under
Motion mado nnd sccondod that the
personal tux of W H Giwits, assessed
in the yoarlS!(2 at 80. bu reduced to It!,
being an croupous assessment Motion
Now at this time R C Rest inukcs
application to tho board, asking the
board In reduce the ntscssmcntnn no 1
IlTi 1, 12. assessed for tho veur 13'Jl to
J R ante and assessed ut $110.
Moved and seconded that tho assess
mctit for tho year 1891 bo reducer!
from $110 to $205 nnd clerk ordered
to coircct tho assessors books and ex
tend tax accordingly Motion oarriec'i
Motion mado and eairied thnt llui
personal luxe? of G II Sanderson be
rcfcried to the committco on tuxes.
Committee on taxes mnko report on
taxes us lollows:
Wo, vour committee on tax, have
examined t!m ns?csmHit of S.irabH-ill
on lots 1 to 7. Guido Hook, assessed in
the year 1892 ami 1893. and find prop
crty for tho year 1892 assessed at $100
and for (ho year 1893 usscsaed at $170
ns V r. Wutt is acquainted with the
propirty and states thnt thcro ha
liron in pi inn'nm'a ''
Dr. Price's Cream baking Powder
mI4' Pair Hlgbot Atedalsad Dlpliaw,
We, your committee, recommend the
refunding to Sarah Halt tho sum of
$1 on account of erroneous assessment.
W A! Crabill.
A H Spracher
Moved and carried that the report of
tho committoo bo adopted,
Moved and carried that the board
instruct the county attorney to consult
with tho city attorney and innko a
report, on tho poor in tho city, to re
port by tomorrow at 8 o'clock a. m.
Moved and a carried that the board
adjourn to giva the committees titno
to report until 4 o'clock p. m.Thursday
Jan 1-', lH'Ji,
4 o'clock ii. m board met pursuant
to adjournment, A II Hoffman, chair
man, 10 members present,
Committee on taxos make report as
Red Cloud, Nob., Julv 12, 1891-
Wo. vour oommitteo on taxes in tho
Geo Warren and McNitt trouble, find
tho treasurer's records that GeoWarrcn
received tho taxes on his warrant in the
year 18.S7, leaves a balanco on the
warrant of $1357 in McNitt's hands to
bo applied on future tax, and the com
mittee recommended to tho board that
M B McNitt pay the balanco of $13,137
with interest from date.
W M Crabill, ) .
Moved and seconded that the report
or the oommitteo bo approved. Ayes
14 Naysl Motion carried.
In the matter of V S Hall's personal
tax, moved and carried that the matter
bo referred to the committee for furth
In tho matter of tho application of
S A Redden regarding personal taxes
Moved and carried ihat the report of
the committee be approved.
Committee on printing made report
July 12, 181)1. to tho Hon board or
Supervisors: We, your committco on
printing, woula recommend IcttingTitE
Nation havo tho delinquent tax list
for the year 1804.
A II Jprachcr, 1
P Hill. Com.
W II Norris. )
Amendment made that tho word
Red Cloud Chiof bo inserted in the
motion instead of TllK Nation
Amendment lost, Original motion
put and carried,
Committoo on settlement with tho
sheriff and jailor made report.
Moved and carried thnt the report
of tho committco bo approved.
Motion to adjourn to meet tomorrow
morning at 8 a. m
Friday morning July 13, 1894, 8
o'clock a. m. board mot pursuant to
adjournment. J Kindschcr chairman.
Iu members present'
Committco on roads made report
whuli was approved.
Committco on official bonds reported
fuvorubio on official bond of IIH Peck,
O 11 It D No 0, whish was approved.
Report of I) M Hunter county Supt.
Moved and curried that report of com
mittee bo approved.
Now comes WT Auld and complains
to tho board that in tho year 1887 he
wus erroneously as csscd in Reaver
Creek township. Moved and carried
that tho same be rcforrcd to committee
Petition of Inavale township road, etc
Moved that report of committco bo
Petition from BcavcrCrcek read etc
Moycd that report of committco bo
adopti'd Carried. Petition from Elm
Creek read etc. Moved tho report of
tho committee bo adopted carried.
Petition from Elm Creek. Moved
and carried that report of committco
Petition from Guido Rock Moved
and carried that report of committre be
Petition from Ratin township
Moved and carried that report of com
mittee bo approved.
Roscmont petition. Moved and
seconded that icport of committco be
approved, motion maun that mo po
rtion bo laid over until 1 o'clock p. in.
Curried Laid over until next meeting
tho Red Cloud bridgo, Moved and
carried that rcpott bo aimovcd.
Moved that tho bridec committee bo
authorized to proceed to repair nnd
fix tho Red Cloud bridge in ns good
repair and condition as tho samo can
he dono Carried.
Motion to adjourn to meet at 1
1 p iu board mot pursuant to adjourn
ment, A H Hoffman chairman 17 mem
T E Penman appeared before tho
board and state! that in the year 1893
ho was assessed for 800 in merchandise
and that thoro is an erroneous asscss-
uicnt of said merchandise of $000 in
proportion to what other stooks were
assessed at and asks tho bonrd to re
dure tho taxos as nbovo stated from
fSUO to $207 being an erroneous as
sessment. Motion made that tho county refund
T E Penman tho sum of $35.40 -Oar-ritd.
Koport of committee wns adopted.
A polition from Ourtlold townshiprec
amended by bridgo commltteo to givo
portions of Guido Rock bridge to that
township, and that county alsoglve them
W) wns duly enrried by tho bonrd.
Tho board thon ndjourned until 8
o'clock Sutuidny morning.
llonrd mot Suturdny morning us p?r
itiljournmontj in members prosont.
Tho potitlon of W. N. Richardson nnd
J. S. llothroclc nailing a chango of Wal
nut crook boundry, was roferred to
committee on boundry llnee.
In tho matter of tho etatomont of W.
T. Auld, a motion to opprove was lost
A notition and remonstrance from Gar-
Hold township and Pleasant Hill was.o-
ferrod to commlttoe on boundry,
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Report of Bottlemont with county
judge wns approved.
Tho motion nnd resolutions of Super
visor Kindschcr, regarding tho Russian
thistle in this country nnd its extermi
nation wriB rend nnd ndoptod.
Tho report of tho committee on the
porsonal taxes of tho Pha-nlx Insurance
company of Now York wns adopted.
In tho matter of the personal taxes of
J. F, Grimes, on motion was reforrod
to committco on taxes.
On tho Roscmont road petition, tho
board docided to hoar the petition and
retnonslrnnco August 14,
Moved by Jacob Kindschcr thnt tho
bonrd instruct the bridge committco to
publish in ull tho county papers for at
toast two weeks, a notice to parties run
ning traction engines to carry planks to
cross bridges and for tho protection of
tbo bridges. The resolution wns crrricd.
An adjournment wns tuken until 1 p.
At 1 p. tn., board convened, Best in
tho chair, and 12 members present.
The following bills were allowod and
Geo J Wurren $ 20 00
Willcox & McMillan 29 75
J WUunchey 187 00
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Willcox Si McMillan.. '.'. !
J W Uunchey
N K Robinson
T E Penman
Kalley & Blakesloo 2 00
ACHosmer 28 00
" " " 48 00
" " " 7 CO
" " " 50 00
D M Hunter 33 00
J L Grconlco 21 00
k II Fort 100 00
SWFoo 10 00
M L Finkenblnder 12 CO
Henry Cook 7 25
Cuse & McNitt 5 00
PCZimmormnn 34 20
JFWntt 42 20
ChusSchultz 12 80
A D Sprnchor 22 20
WIIMonls 33 30
AMMcCall 40 40
RG Lewis...-. 30 20
AH Kaley 30 20
Jacob Kindscher 34 95
W Mlrons 22 40
AH HufTman 33 00
GWIIummol 27 CO
WMCrabill 34 80
AWCox 33 CO
RCBest 49 90
J S White 80 00
CBCrono C 85
GEMcKeoby 8 00
J W Runchoy l 15
Frank Muzol (5 50
Jus Hubacok 0 40
CE Conrml 13 50
0 1) Crone 12 20
GW Baker 3 00
GEMcKeoby 8 00
V Williams 3 CO
" " 3 CO
Traders Lumber Co Id 50
MC Shorman 4 00
WmHSawyor 10 CO
John A Roid 2 fiO
J F Wutt 20 50
W A Sceloy 2 80
Wm H Suwyor 7 50
ChuBSohultz 10 00
JS Persons 0 PO
LoePersonH 3 00
Fred Plumb 3 75
KHPrnudllt 180 04
WO Laird 14 CO
Jacob KinscLor 25 00
Win Irons 78 70
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EI II Holdrcdge 13 00
FMHorriB 0 00
ZEGoorge 12 00
" " " 37 00
Lumbor 12 75
MC Fulton 17 50
A II Bowman 70 00
Thos Emershon 8 25
JSWhito 185 00
" " C8 40
SnmWest,cr 21 70
Geo May, cr 81 80
WCLnlrd 33 00
PHill 29 70
L II Fort, postngo and express. . 11 15
Jns Duffy iO r,0
SECozndcr 1 50
CEConradcr 20 00
Wm Barretter 85 00
Stato Journal Company 79 80
" " 1X195
" " " 12 10
" " " 83 44
" " 75 80
J. W Moore 50 00
JM Chnflln 10 00
L Konyon 11 20
OLWinfroy 10 15
A DRnnney 3 50
Chus L Guilford 9 00
World-Herald, Omnha r. 00
CCCowdon 4 80
CJPIntt 13 03
Snrnhllnll 4 00
HE Pond 4 80
Edwnrd Guilford 3 95
Geo.ECoon 1 10
JM McAllister 125 00
LP Albright 00 85
LP Albright f.2 10
Edward Gilford 3 95
FWMondonhall A 10
Charles Hodgson 0 70
CE Conrad 9 00
II II Holdridgo :t 50
11 II Holddrego G 30
F C Buschow 11 .'(0
L II Hummel) 49 CO
GC Stout 75 00
A Hedco 107 00
Amos Dillon .
Gon P Hogan 114 00
August Buschow 107 80
lITKoBO 75 40
LTGreonleo (55 00
JWWnrron 1G2 00
Jas Buckles 7G 80
David Dingeo CO CO
C A Lothan 75 80
James Broomflold 05 0(U
R II Allen 05 OJ
A motion to rod uco J. F. Watt's bill
for labor on bridge from $3 to 62 por
Tho claim of J. M. Chnflln for 820 for
defending Chns. Dunn was reduced to
110 by tho committco and sustained by
Anderson Hedge's bill for assessinc in
Rod Cloud township was 6cnled down 85
by tho committco and sustained by
O. C. Stout, assessor in Harmony,
township had his bill in 89 too much'
and the board reducod it just I hat
Tho claim of Funnie Potts wno laid
ovnr until noxt meeting for investiga
tion. Tho commltteo roported thut they had
found thnt Miss AnnaCockrall hud boon
assessed twice in 1891, and recommended
that tnx on treusurer'a books bo stricken
off. Tho motion prevailed.
Tho claim of 812 of Dr. I. W. Tulloys
was referred to Bntln township.
Tho claim of Morten & Peisigor foil
(50 wan nfirriil In Rnlilinm mtur ....,"
Claim of Wm. Van for 82.10 was re
ferred buck for corrections.
Cluim of J. S. White for extra holp
Tho cluim of L. II. Fort for making
assessors' books wns ullowcd.
Cluim of W. E. Roynolds for 812.85
ordered to bo returned for complaining
wilneeeos to pity.
Board udj arned to meot August 21,
1891 ut 10 u. m.
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