The Red Cloud chief. (Red Cloud, Webster Co., Neb.) 1873-1923, May 17, 1895, Page 2, Image 2

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THE RED CLOUD CHIEF, FRIDAY, MAY 17, 1895.
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KANSAS CITY, 9 MISSOURI.
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AMCNDMENTH TC H0U8E ROLL NO. 66.
Amendment t occtien 4. In line
four of taction four, say iovon for
Amendment to noction fir. In
lint 2 f section 5, insUad of th
word Gvt insert Keren.
After th word "provided" in line
14, lection 4, insert tha ftlUwing:
L'raTided furthtr, that if any such
city ban mara than tha rcquisita in
habitants far twa dittriotB, then and
in such avant sufDciont ontljing terri
tory may ba added to teh city to
make thrco districts. Tha svperviaors
i fluclt city districts shall all be elec
ted at larga, and tha balanco of that
territory outside of such city districts
shall bo divided so as to create seven
district including such city districts.
In section 4, lino 13, fltriko eut the
words "a double numbers." and insert
in liau thereof tho ward "number."
To seelion 5, after the ward "two"
at tbo end af line 3, add tbo wards
"er mora."
In line 5, section 7, striko out the
word "two" in bath places when it
precedes the ward supervisors and in
sort "four."
In line 5, stctian 8, strike out tba
ward "five" and insert the word
"levon."
After "roquiro" in lino 4, section
52: Previdtd, hewevcr, that notices
of such meeting shall be posted in
three censnieuetH places at least 10
days beforo such meeting.
Siriko out all of section 76,
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OUS ondURINAnY
niorincn.
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A.iJ
Nen'ous Debility
With It.i Many Gloomy Symptom Cured.
Lost Vitality
Ptrtidly aoJ Permanently Ratortd.
Syphilis
Cured for Lllo Without Mercury,
Urinary Diseases
QtilcKly Kclltvcd and Thoroughly Cured.
V r 1h Dr. II. J. Wlitttlcr tnvnr-
W oV lablyRucccsifut? Uccausohc
' J makes mi iriiiiilin tlinthi'
U 'j;vr.SgaJ3 rmmnt fulllll. AvoUU'hra
euro-alH nnil tnakUlcl jihyHlclani, nnrt onnstilt
Ur. Wlilitiir In ix;rMiii or by lutt'-r (k-lUnc
symiitnmt) nad vecohc tlio camllil opinion o; n
phjlci.m of Ihiik ifMrli'iir, uuijuvctloiiL'tl
nklll mill Htcrlliifr luti'rlty.
Bti:i)lCt:.T.s rrom our own lahoratory fur
nlsliott tit hnnll cost anil hliscil anywhere
Bocuro fpi:n observation.
TltJ'.ATUKNT nrnr font C.O.I).
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CONSULTATION.
(la La UK'IHAKT AKAUTIU.
On'.eo liours 0 to I ami 7 to 8. Sunday 10 to 11
C,,;-;,-JTo JlmlOi tnl i:tuiTi;ini'li'
UiUO) tor (I 'tx.4(uiiiiii-l iirriM)-.
Call or iiJ.lrcs3 In Mrlrt cnnililcnco
DR. W. J. WC-SITTEER,
IP V03t tl'ntn Gtroot. Kansas City, M0
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Sec. 5T. Tho board shall require
all accounts presented to bo verified
by affidavit, setting forth that the
sumo are correct and just and unpaid.
Sec. rti. Said board shall make a
certificate to be signed by a majority
of saiil board, specifying tho value of
tbo claim and to when the amount is
allowed, and shall causo such certifi
cate ta bo delivered ta the town elcrk
nf said town, to be by him kept on
file for the inspection of all pcrsans,
and a certified HUunicnt shall be
made by him at one delivered to the
county clerk, who shall lay such state
ment or statements by liiui received
from tho several town elerks before
tlio board of supervisors of the coun
ty at their regular annual meeting.
Sec 57. Tho following shall be
diMiiied town charges, to-wit: Tbo
compensation ot town officers for ser
vices rendervd their respective towns,
contingont expenses necest-arily in-
cnrrnl for tho use and benefit of the
town, tho mnnc8 authorized by tin
voto of tho town meeting for any town
purposes, and every sum directed b
law to be r.ised for town purposes.
Sec. 5S. The monejs necessary to
defray thy town charges of each town
shall be levied on the taxable proporij
in such town, in tho manner pre-
hcriuru uy law lor ruising revenue
morale oi taxes tor town purposes
-hall not sxeced: for roads, two mllc
on each dollar of the valuation; for
bridges, two mills on cacti dollar of
tho valuation; tor all other purposes
three mills on each dollar of the val
uation. And it tho electors at the
mnual twn meeting fail to voto a
tax to pay the tawn charges hercinbe
loro specified, or the town board fail
to certify up to the county board the
amount of tax voted, if nny, by u
own meo'ing, tl en tlio county board
rhall have the power and it kIii.1I b.
tho duty of such board to levy upon
tho taxable property in said town a
tax sufficient to pay all such town
charges. (Amended 1SS5, Chapter
1'-'.)
Sec. 51). Tho followiug town offi
cers bhall ho entitled to compensation
as follows; Town treasurer, three per
centum of tho nmoui.t collected by
him as tuxex, excepting on sohuol
taxes ho shall receive one percontum;
tho town clerk, town assessor and jue
ttco of tho peace each shall receive
lil r i. i . ..ii i
COPYRIGHT? kV uwur mr eauu uj actually anu
cam I oiitain a iutpnti r. necessarily cmpioveu in attendinc to
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MUNNifct:o..wbi)hvbiiiii)cari;tirtyruri' i town business, This shall not apply
xpcrlcno In tho tent bulm. Comtuuiilra. . , , ....
Arr&.A!i."n!!bb0o0J,afoK it0 a9aul,80r8 fecs for Il8'lnK PrP"
Vba?cH?&oTOrrueo,oeth,' whioh f0fi '" b governed by exis
wS2MT&t&!&&tf&i&X ting law gavcrnin5 assessors' fees
UM ro brvuubt widely before the public wltb. d -ji.i.i i ..
gyfiMJysiJSfMtt l r.0T,d!d' l,'at i0 lown olerk ,haH r-
WRff ItSmSSS .nnT.,au.r!th,1C0,?e ,e09 for tho following services
gM!&iry&!P&S& u,,d not a P d'u: For ""ving no-
KSi.,(?fe itSSL' .Sibtni1. .S'fo1':.','' of alectlon as required by law,
SmSFl t&V&fAr. twenty-five (25) aents each; filing p..
pern, ten (10) cents each; posting no
tices as required by law, twenty-fiv
(25) cents each; for reoording any or
der or instrument of writing autfcar
ord in his office and certifying th
same, ten cents fr each one huiidix
words, to be paid by the person applv
ing for the same; and for cnpjinir 1
laws, for posting or pulil'c itn-i. li
ecnts for each ono hundred words.
Sec. 60. Tho members of the town
board shall bo entitled to two dollars
per day each for their services whilf
actually engaged in their duties as
such board.
Sec. 61. No justico of the peanr
or town officer shall be entitled to any
foo or compensation from any indi
vidual elected or chosen to a town of
fice for administering to him the oath
of office.
Sec. 62. When any controversy or
causo of action shall exist between
any towns of this state, or between
any town and individual or corpora
tion, proceedings may be bad or suits
brought, either at law or in tquity,
for tho purpose of trying and finally
settling such controversies. In nil
such suits and proceedings the town
shall sua and bo sued by its corpora
tion name, except when town officers
shall be authorized by law to sue in
their names of office for tho benefit of
tho town.
Sec. 63. In nil legal proceedings
against the town by name, the firxt
process and all other writs or proceed
ings required to bo served xhall be
served an the towH clerk of tho town,
and whenever any suit or proceedings
shall be commenced ngainst tho town,
it shall bo tho duty of the town clerk
to attend to the defense thereof, and
lay before the electors of the town, at
the first town mcoting, a full state
inent of such suit or proceeding foi
their consideration and direction.
t- If you are posted on Chewing
Tobaccos you know that
Is much the best. -
It's made by LORILLARD.
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(All IntorrMril In Mili hwitaotiHI cut It out ami
..ne It. It will t.ike atieut teur Usuei t cem
plete It.)
Person who sympit'hlan with the nftliot
ed will rejoico with D. K. Carr of 1L3.P
Harrison street, Kansas City. Hb is an
aid HiifTrror from intliitmnntury rlieiiinn
ism, luit has not liiTutofoni lieuii trunlil
ed in this climate. Last winter l;u went
up to Wisconsin, tinil in consequence has
had another attack. "It came upon me
ngain very acute and s-evere," he said.
''.My joints hwcIIimI mid became inflamed;
sore to touch or utmost to look at. Upon
the urgent request of my mother-iu-l.tw
I tried Chamberlain's l'.tiu It ilm lo re
duce the swelling mid eto the puiti. ntld
to my nureealile snrpris- it did liotli. I
have used three llfty cent tiottlrH mid lie
lieve it to be the nest tiling for rheuma
tism, imlns and sweilivvs extact. For i
sale by Dujo & Orieo.
The ever-increasing popular
ity of Climax Plug can only
be attributed to its high quali
ty, delicious flavor, and satisfy
ing substance three features
which all judges of Chewing.
Tobacco know to be essential.)
Many men ask for. a certain
brand of tobacco through force
of habit, without stopping to
think whether there is anything
better to be had for the same
price. If you want the best, ask
ifor Climax Plug.
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Sheriff Sale.
Ilv virtue of an execution directed to mi from
the district court of Welisiorr unity. Netir., mi a
JinlLiii-iit obtained liefore Samuel West Justliv
eoiirt af Webiter couutv, Nebraska. on ilmsiilli
ilav of December. IS'ri. In furor nf aner
National bank, of New Ymk Cil), .n.Y.mb
pl.ilntlll, Htid nitiilnst ieon.'i II Cbniiev lis te-lam-tnnt.
for tin- sum of one luimlieil ami t'.r'y
lo (tollaiK ami fitvelubt eetit (li: ttu ntul
cots tHxcnl at 9!M unit an ruliii; enst whieii
mbl Judgment was u tbe 31t il o ! Hcci tuber
18W, transcrlteil to tlicill-trict emir' of Wrh-t-l
county, Nebraska have l vimI nmn tin
rol'owlm; real estule taken as lie proierlv oi
Slllcl (Icb'lHlttlt, 'MR.ltlsfl s.ll-IJ.Iil llll'Mt ti;l'!
Lots tblrteen (IS) foiirtein i!4l ll'leen (!.".)
sixteen (IS) reveiileen I IT) ami Mm nf lil.ick mi"
(I) l.almc's Hilillllon to lb eil n( llcil bunl,
Nebraska
Anil will otter the Mime forsil inlle-lilirliest
b'llilrr, foi c.'isb In banil. n tlu I'.'tb o.i- (
lime A. I.. 1"''". In front nr lb-e,t ilo rnttbe
eourr hnusii in Mid t litei e-uiil., ibat In--Ini:
the bi.lblliii: w-bcreiii t'i- liii t.rnini euuit
was liebl, nt the limit- of tun- oVIih k In. ef
sabl il.iv, when tin I wb"ii ittie iiiti'inUiii'e will
beulvcli Ik i llliilerl)!iied.
D.itelstlnl.iv (it M.i Be-
.1. W. lli'M-ni:,slierir.
Jamks Mi'Nknv, I'latutlll't Attl.
Children Cry for
Pitcher's Castoria.
Slicrlir Sulr.
fly Nil Inent an execution illrc'teil tont' from
tbo district emit of Welter en ntv.Nebr.'.ska.
una Jiulimieiit Hbtalneil by tbn s on - l.i- intl"ii (
illstilet eoiiit nf Weli.ter eoiintt. "i"'rsK.i mi
Ibe loth ilnv nf hil. tsni. p f.ier f Tli l.l.is
ItMin as pbilutlfT, an t nudnsl 1 he I'liiui!' fi
Merchants Until. Iin: Cum. ,inv k ilt fi-n. ler
tlie Mini of mi" tli'Mis mil ii it eicb' i iluli.ir-
iitnl cents, and iots mvcl t ' ve !! -
lars and Mentv eent- iSTC) ami m-'-nt iik
costs, I liae levlei) mmii tb fiitlimlm.- r nl
estate tiken ns the prnpertv nl s till ilel.tiilaut
ta n.itlsfv sabl ImliMiifUt to wit. I . t teiitniiia
(2) In bl ck tbitiv omcit) in the Ik "''i '""" I
now ell) of lied I'lmit', Welmier incut e I
br.isk.i
Anil v ill oiler tbe siiini- fri-.:iipto Hie blL'hrt '
bldd-r, fnreii-.li in liauit, entbt 1 Jtli lu nt line
A. .. Irtil, III front lit the e! llnm n Ibf
euisrt lmu-e at lied t'!o id, We'i- tr I'n m . Se-br.l-k.l,
ll'nt belliu llie liiillttlim ullel M I lie
l.ft term nf t'litiil mis belli at ill lion- I w
'I'lock p in of said ibi. uIihii anil uh r - it.it
at'enilaiice will liepixen ! tbe mute : e.l,
D.iled Keil flniul. Nebr.isl-ii M iv Mb. .
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PLATT & FREES CO.
Chicago Lumber Yard
ItED CLOUD, NEB.
Lumber, Lime, Coal and Cement.
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E. G. MORANVILLE,
Livery and Feed Barn.
FlrNt-clas In every dcluil. I.oIh or rin, brigtit haled hay
and a variety t uraln. .tew rlys and ttuil't lies cat ba kccurctl
Tor city r eatiulry drive at reasonabl price.
NOEITM tr IIOZLAjVI mouse.
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Xjt (uiiiar, Mandolin, $
Bitnio or Zither. 23
Lxi T'u nr I he pr dm t of the I arscst VU?
tiv" M.si. .1 1 ... t . i jiii tin-v iM ,iml, tie stt
f.;i t ,;.i ,liril lot tuncut luusli. fcciutj
(r I j on . Hcaly, Chicago,
fe lur t Ilcuitllul Cnt.iloRiiu H'lttl )
VQ t n in. 114 poi traits id ninety nitists.
rB Wnslibuins i ntc sold by all lust cian
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Dii re ITCHING PILES
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Highest Quality of All.
Qohimbia
Bicycles
The Standard for All.
Have you feasted your eyes upon the beauty
and grace of the 189 J Columbias? Have you
tested and compared them with all other makes?
Only by such testing can you know how fully
the Columbia justifies its proud title of the
"Standard for the World." $J aa
Hartford Bicycles, next-best in quality,
sell for 80 and 60; J0 for boys'
and girls' sizes.
POPE MFG. CO.
Coaral Office. Pact.rlM,
HARTFORD, Conn.
ran oh arcn i-a 1
Boston. Sao Francisco,
New" York, Providence,
Chicago, Buffalo.
'AN ART CATALOOUE of these famous wheels free at amy
Columbia Agency, or will be nulled for two 2-cent stamps.
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HENRY DIEDEMCH, 3
Hard Times Pi ices on Shoes 3
Ladies' Fine Potif-ola Oxford Ties $1 00
Lad'iV T ne )onj;oln Hutton Shoes 1 00
Gent'H Oil Cram Congress Plow Slim e 1 00
GmuV Oil Giain Congress Plow Slmri,.... 1 ff
Gem's Oil Grain Congress Plow Shnc, r)(j
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TRADERS LUMBER CO.,
DEALERS IN
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Building Material, Etc.
RED CLOUD, NEBRASKA.
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RED CLOUD, NEBRASKA
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The City Bakery and Restaurant
Has the most complete lilo of
Bread, Buns, Cakes and Pies,
Firit clnea in every respect,
Call and get my prices bufore buying. It will pay you.
34 loaves of bread $1. Meals and lunches at all houri.
Ice Gream axt& ysters in. Soas&n .
Joseph Herburger, Proprietor.
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