The Red Cloud chief. (Red Cloud, Webster Co., Neb.) 1873-1923, August 02, 1895, Page 7, Image 7
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The local reunion committed nt Hastings, and people generally, arc busy making preparations for tho greatest gathering of old soldiers and citizens ever assembled togethor on Nebraska soil. It will bo a gala wck in Hflstings, and a royal welcome awaits every old soldier and citiz-n in the west. Tho veterans of tho Kansas-Nohran. ka Association promise to excel in numbers tho attendance of an v pro vious gathering. Fully ,r0,000 citi zens of KansaB will join in this grand reunion. The Nohraska Band Union, cm brae ing over GOO uniformed men, will hold their annual reunion on tho same dates. Thoro will bo music galoro. Band contest on Saturday morning Two cash prizes, $75 first; $50 sec ond. Frco for all. Bands expecting to enter must report at headquarters Tuesday noon. Nebraska's excellent Nntionul Guards infantry, cavalry and artil lery has been ordered into camp at Hastings during the reunion of thfc olds ooldiors. The local committee has on', traded with one of tho largest manufacturers of firo works in tho United Stutes for a special display of fire work on Mon- dty and Friday evenings. Signal shells, fired from mortars, and hand some set pieces suggestivo of tho oc casion will bo ono of the charming features of the week'rf program. Sham battlo Friday under com mand of Gen. J no, M. Thayer and Gen. G. J. Dilworth will arouso old time activity and admiration. There will bo Gatling gun practic; daily by the Omaha Guard, and artil lery duel, cavalry duel, and fancy drill work by tho National Gurd. Tho cit'zens of Hastings aro pro paring accommodations for a quarter million people ('amp Sherman will bo turned over to Department Commander Adams at 2 p. :u. Monday, when hostilities will commence in earnest. Six baloon ascensions and parachute drops by ono of the leading aeronauts of tho country. Prominent among tha speakers from Kansas, will bo Ex-Senator John J. Ingalls, Gov. 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U. ij.Uot ting Red Clone!, Neb. 18-4m DEFENSE FOR WALLER. THE RED CLOUD CHIEF, FRIDAY, AUG. 2, 1H06. g w ' I OhIIihiiivc Mi. Oil. Annual appropriation ordlnanco for tho municipal year commencing May 1, 180.i, and ending May 1, 181)0. lie it ordained by tho Major and City Council of tho city of Red Cloud, Nebraska. Soo 1. That the following buiiih bo appropriated to tho following purposes: For sidewalks and streets, in addition to the poll tax 8 210 00 For coal 1000 00 For maiutainanuo of the poor.. 200 00 For repairs of water system .... 204 00 For oilicial salaries 070 00 For incidentals, stationery, Ac. . 150 00 For paymoot of bills of preced ing year, for which no war rants luivo been drawn 3C0 45 For water commissioner, engin eo:, and labor on tho mains and water b stem 090 00 Tho bills of last year roforred to aro thoao incurred for muintninanco of poor and the salary of engineer. Sec. 2. Said sums shall bo appropria ted out of tho following funds: Tho Biliary of water commissioner, en gineer, mid expenditures for repairs of system und mains, shnll bo paid out of tho water rents and charges. Tho residue of euid fund it any ulinll bo used for purchase of coal. Expenditures for streets and sidewalks shall bo paid out of tho occupation tax, and tho residue of euid fund shall be used for the payment of coal bills, in cluding drnynge and freight charges for tho sumo. Oilicial saluries, uiaititonnnco of poor, payment of lust yeiu'a bills provided in section one, and incidentals shall be paid ont of tho general fund. Enough warrants shall bo drawn on tho gonoral fund to pay any residuo of coal charges not paid out of occupation and water rent fund. Intorost on bonds shall bo paid out of thoir respective bond levies. Sec. 3. Any moneys that may bo paid to tho treasurer from the levies of previous years, after tho warrants of those years have boon paid, and any moneys or funds not otherwiae appro priated by this ordinonce. ehnll bo ap propriated for tho payment of outstand ing accounts for which no war routs have boon drawn other than thoso mentioned in Bcution ono. Sec. 4. Tho sovsrai funds with the amounts appropriated aro as follows ex cepting interest, funds and debts: Water rente estimated 9 000 00 Appropriated for ealarioa of en gineer and commissioner 006 00 Coal 20 00 Occupation tax realized 1000 00 Appropriated for streets and sidewalks 240 00 For outstanding 200 85 For Coal 405 15 General Fund 85 por cont of tho lovy 1087 30 Appropriated for oilicial salaries 670 00 Maintenance of poor 200 00 Outstanding debts Wo 45 For incidentals 156 0o Coal 300 85 Sec. 5. This ordinance shall take effect immediately after its final passage and publication. W. P. West, M. R. Bektlkt, Clork. Mayor. 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