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About The Red Cloud chief. (Red Cloud, Webster Co., Neb.) 1873-1923 | View Entire Issue (Jan. 20, 1899)
THE RED CLOUD CH1EFRIY, tDF, JAN. 20. lbUfc.
Oh, How Thankful
Pain Wns Mndclonlng and Hopo
Hud Ooon AbandonodWondor-
ful Results of Purifying tho Dlood.
"A very Fovcrc 1 n camo In my left
knee, which Kruv wareo and worse, and
finally n aoro broke out above tho knee.
It cllsclmrjjul n ureal deal and tho pain
from my thigh dawn was maddening.
large, hard, purple Hpota upicared on ro
Icff. I Buffered in flit way for years,
nnd cavo up nil hopo of over being cured.
My wife wns reading of n en bo ltko mlno
cared by Hood's Barsaparllla, nnd nho
dvUod mo to try It. I began taking it
nnd wbon I lind uaod a few bottles I
found relief from my suffering. Oh,
how thankful I nm for this relief i I nm
stronger than I have over been in my life.
I am in tho host of health, havo a good
nppotlto nnd nm n new man nltogotucr."
.1. 1 Moons, Lisbon Falls, Mnlnc.
lithe lcH-ln fact tUc One Truo lllood 1'urlfler.
... A . uivuinp "il ut.o,
Hood's Pills euro all liver Ills. 23 cents.
w. l. McMillan.
One yoir II oo
PUULI8IIBD KVBUT FltlDAV
Knloted at the post offlco at Itod Cloud, Neb. m
The New Board Metis and Transactsthe
Usual Butlneu. W. A. May Chosen
Chairman (or the Next Year.
Commissioners mot in regular session
on Tuosdny, January 10, prcsont Wm.
A. May, Goo. P, Webber, Joromo
Vitnco, K B. Smith, Win. Irons nnd
.1. P. Halo, county clerk.
Board wns called to order by county
clerk and and W. A. May elected ns
.Petition of C. W. Knloy nntl others to
open up n road coimnmicing at n point
80 rod west of southeast corner of sec
tion .'12.1 -11, Webster county, Nebraska,
tunning thutico east on suction lino ouo
and one fourth mllos to southeast
comer of 1)3-1-1 1 , thence north on sec
tion lino between S3 and Hi ouo nillo to
northeast corner of suction 133, referred
to Wm. Irons nnd K B. Smith.
Petition of county superintendent
for an appropriation of 950 for county
instituto oxponsos, granted.
Petition for incorporating town of
Blaken rcjocted on account of includ
ing rural totrltory.
Tho report of tho condition of tho
treasurer's ofllco from Dccombcr 0,
1890, to Docombor 7, 1897, by Stnto Ex
nniinor Gilchrist, was road nnd filed.
Koport showed that amount paid by J.
S. White to present treasurer wns
31,873.81, and that tho bnlanco ns
shown by books should havo boon 131,
263 GO, leaving a balaaco duo Mr. Whito
of 19.79. Ono or two small orrors
caused this diffuronco. A receipt en
tered twice, failure to tako credit on
i of u nd and in school and collections.
Itopnrt of stato oxaiilnor for the samo
ufllco for year beginning January G
1899, to December 7, 1898, wns also road
Semiannual report of county troas".
urcr wns read nnd npproved and or
dered placed on lilo.
Hoporta of county clerk, treasurer,
sheriff, superintendent, nnd superin
tendent of county poor farm f)r tho
year 1898 wero road nnd approved nnd
ordered placed on fllo.
dork's report Total foes collected
for year, 12813 GO. Expenditures for
salary, doputy clork nnd extra help in
offlco $2480, leaving balance on hand
County superintendent's report Bal
ance on hand lust report, 815,00, exam
inations, 914, from sale of books, 13.07;
expenditures, 92.80; balanco on hand,
Sheriff's report Total fees received,
91215 and fucs still remaining unpaid
Repot t of superintendent of poot
farm. Kxponso for quarter 5152.50,
cash oxponso, $0)5.70, total oxpenso
1218 30. Koceipts $33 00. Expenses in
excess of receipts, 1218.30. During tho
year 1693 thoro was raised on tho poor
farm 745 bushels of oats, 1800 bushels
of corn, 110 bushels of potatoes, 25 tons
of hay, f33 worth of garden truck, 150
chickens, 675 dozon eggs, SCO pounds
of butter. Total number of Inmates
admitted during tho year 0; discharged
5; leaving four inmates At present.
1138 G3 was oxpendud for liouso and
Motion pvovailed that warrant bo
drawn in favor of county treasurer for
f 1.C7, samo to bo npplied on personal
ttx of Louis Sodorlind.
Bids for furnishing county supplies
were opened and examined. County
clork was instructed to purchaso nil
supplies fortho county for the coming
Petition from limvnla for county to
buy old school building to bo used for
election purposes rejected,
F. Uouchin was appointed justice of
tho peace for Garlluld township.
Board adjourned to nieut January 11.
Peter Grawbcrg pns appointed road
ovetseur of toad distiiet No 1!0.
CommitU is appointed to investigate
petition to open county road com
meueing nt noithwost coiner of section
four and northeast corner of section
5-2 12, tunning south on section line
between sections A and 5 onu half mile
recommended purchase, of right of way
around bluff nnd heud of creek nt cost
of 50 damage to real estate holders
Report adopted nnd cltrk instructed to
have road marked out by surveyor aud
Moved and carried that county treas
urer bo instructed to collect tent nnd
interest now duo from (J. E. Barney ns
ront nnd interest dun for part of poor
Report of James Duffy, county judgo
npproving bonds of Wm. Irons and
Jciomo Vance as county commission
ers recoived nnd placed on file.
Petition of T. F.Jones nnd others to
nppoint W. E. Reynolds nssossor for
Walnut crook precinct granted.
On motion W. A. Mny, Geo. P. Wob
her nnd Joromo Vnnco woro made a
committee, to cxnmiuo books nnd ac
counts of county treasurer.
On motion W. A. May nnd Geo. P.
Wohbor woro appointed to oxnmino ac
counts of other county officers nnd to
inspoct county buildings.
Tho following ollleiul bonds of road
overseors woro npproved: John E.
Jones, Dist. No. 1; Geo. Garnor, No. 4;
Dan Bippin, No. 42; O. W. Fuller, No.
30; M. S. Martin, No. 3; J. II. Bangort,
Ns. 21; S. 11. Shirley, No. 23; W.M.
Johnson, No. 83; S. Llndquist, No. 38;
A. Brady, No. 18.
Bond of Wm. Dickson, assessor for
Bed Cloud precinct, approved.
Following bonds for justices of tho
po.tuu wero approved: F. Uouchin,
Garfield; F A. Good, Pleasant Hill; E.
J. Peterson, Cathcrton; F. C. Buschow,
Potsdam; E. M. Grubu, Cithcrton; J.
M. Duffy, Glen wood.
Tho following psliiiiato of expenses
for tho year 1890 was adopted'
County superintendent I VQ 00
Court expenses - 2000 00
Conl and court house..... H00 03
County board .". 1300 00
Hoot, (ilntloiicry nnd printing 10X) 03
Coroner.... - t"0 oo
County nttornny . 8rt) 00
Incidental tixpviista - - 1(00 00
County fair - MX) 00
Jail hih! Jidlor ... tOO CO
Ilonnl of equalization 100 (O
Election J00O O)
County roads ..... WOO 00
County poor..................'...... 10U) 00
County brMgo 800 00
Jtallroart funds IttOO 00
Soldlcr'u relief MW 00
Total . 112300 00
C irk was iusii noted to have tho
nbovo published nccoiding to law.
Tho following claims woro allowed
and warrnnts ordorcd drawn for snmc.
C Y Dlckcraon bridge work -1 6 00
It Turner, b rid go work IS 00
John Sheet, hrldgo work S3 00
W. II. Unrnbcrger, todec. for Mrs. Dlso . 83 83
W. It. Whlpkcy, work poor farm......... 17 07
Mary Kensworlb, care Mrs. Dlio.. 0 00
W.B.Copelen, salary and expense.... 107 10
Ed Metcalf, road work... ... 6 00
M 8 Martin, toad work 18 00
D X Spcnca, printing - ..... 6 25
State Journal Co., supplies . 71 86
L 8. Wilson, office rent... '6 00
C. B. Wood, use HCliool house for i lection 3 00
F E Payne, sendees and mileage....... ..- 3 00
J B White, balance due per report .......... 9 79
W U Outhrie, work on bridge .... 15 00
Tho following claims wero rejoctod:
J. Porter, justice fees, 89.25; Frank
Ktiohn, uso of surveyor's tools, 830; J.
T.Mills, road work, 831
County treasurer reported cash in
vault mid banks as follows. Cash in
trunsttrors vault nnd cash items, 8359 70;
cash on doposit with Peoples Bank of
Red Cloud 80534.81; on deposit in
Stato Bank of Red Cloud, 83012.02; on
doposit in Bank of Guide Rock, 95,
073 GO; on doposit in First National
Bank of Bluo Hill, 88001.17; dofunct
Statu Hank ot Bluo Hill, 82227.37; total,
Board adjourned to meet Jauuary 11,
west corner of section 1-1-11, Smith
county, Kansas, thence east 70 rods
to tho southwest corner of section JM),
Webster county, Nebraska, referred to
i; B. Smith.
Tho following claims wero nllowed
and wnrrants ordered drawn.
Wm Iron, services commissioner ..... I5 70
W A Way. ' " si P0
K II Smith, " " 19 00
Jerome Vnnce, " " ... 15 fO
Oco. I'. Webber " ' ..... ,. SM 60
1. 1) Wells, sheriff's fees.......... .. u to
Tho following :lnims woro laid over:
Geo. Warren, printing, 818 25; V. L.
McMillan, printing, 89.75.
Board ndjournod to meet March 7th,
Board mot Wednesday, January 11,
with all niombors and tho county clork
Board met Saturday, January
with all members present.
Committees nppointcd to oxnmino
books in vnrlous county ofliccs nnd nlso
county buildings reported favorably
nnd recommended n small building to
bo built outsldo tho jail and used for n
storo room. Reports accepted.
Tho following resolution camo before
Whoroas tho legality of paying tho
county clork a salary of 8400 per year
as a clork of tho county board is ques
tioned, therefore bo it,
Resolved, that it is tho senso of this
board that under tho provisions of tho
Btatutcs tho county clerk is entitled to
8100 per year for acting ns clork of said
board, tho samo to bo paid quarterly
and to bo accounted for und roporttd
as fees of bis said office in settlement
with tho county board till of which
havo becrvdnno nnd complied with by
our present county clork in his nnnual
settlomont now before us.
On motion county clork was author
ized to issue warrant for tho salaries of
county superintendent nnd county nt
tornoy quarterly on tho first day of
April, Juno nnd Oetotxir, 1391, and
Moved and carried that the coun
ty put in two telephones, ono in
the sheriff's residenee, and ono in tho
coutt liouso, to bo ntt.tuhcd to such of
llco as may bo determined by tho coun
Tho opening und working tho road
I on stato line, beginning on the north-
Mrs. Bird, wife of Rev. Bird of this
place, died on Monday evening at her
homo after n week's illness. The fu
norHl wns hold Wednesday morning
after which tho remains wero taken to
Juniata for interment.
Somo people madon mlstakoin hunt
ing lodging on two occasions ;iately
nnd wont right in tho school house.
Complaint is hoard of n peculiar (lis
caso among poultry nnd hogs. It may
bo pleurisy. At least they go nwny to
ono side nnd their remains havo only
boon discovered in ono instanco ns far
ns wo havo heard. Two parties to the
transaction nro now boarding with tho
sheriff of Jewell county, Kansas.
Tho villago board at their last meet
ing granted n franchisoto tho Nebraska
Tulophono compnny to put up their
poles nnd wires in tho streets and al
loys ol tho village.
Tho dan:o nt Moore's hall waslightrj
attended Tuesday night. They hnvc
boon woll attended heretofore. Donth
wns tho causo this tinio. Thoro will bo
mother on tho 31st.
The polico nnd fire departments nro
to havo tho right to place wires for
their own uso on the now telephone
Vo nro informed that a lady ovango
list will begin a series of meetings hero
next week nt the B.tptist church.
Roads nre quite bad in places.
Mrs. Thos. Finney is quite ill with
G. M. Warner and family visited nt
Mrs. 1). II. Robinson'8 Tuesday.
Frank Britton, who got his hand
mashed in a corn shelter, is improving
Russol Vaughan of Washburn, Illi
nois, has been visiting his brother C.
E. Vaughn nnd other relatives.
Sam Hagan of Decatur county, Kan
sas, n former resident of Beaver creek,
is hero visiting relatives nnd friends nt
Mr. Mills has traded his farm for a
stock of implements nnd hardware nt
Garrison, Butler county, Nebraska, nnd
will move there shortly.
The Only Cure.
Eczema is more than a skin disease,
and no skin remedies can cure It. The
doctors are unable to effect a cure, and
thoir mineral mixtures are damaging
to tho most powerful constitution. The
whole trouble is in the blood, and
Swift's Specific is the only remedy
which can reach'guchdeop-Boated blood
Ecrsma broke onton my daughter, and con-
tinuM to spread until
her head wm entirely
covered. She was treated
toy aereral good doctors,
bnt grsw worse, and the
dreadful disease spread
to her face. She was
taken to two celebrated
health springs, but re
celred no benefit. Many
patent medicines were taken, but without re-
ffViJi'i w?&c. ded to tfy 8- B-andbV the
time the Drat bottle was finished, her head be
gan to heal. A dozen bottles cured her com
pletely and left her skin perfectly smooth . She
UJ?Vx.t5n.5re"? oWi nd haa a magnificent
growth of hair. Not a sign ot the dreadful
disease has ever returned.
... . . H.T.Shokb.
8704 Lucas Ave., St, Louts, Mo.
Don't expect local applications of
soaps and salves to cure Eczema. They
reach only the surface, while the di
sease comes from within. Swift's
is the only cure and will reach the most
obstinate case. It is far ahead ot all
similar remedies, because it cures oases
whtoh are beyond their reach. S.S.S.is
purely vegetable, and is the only blood
remedy guaranteed to contain no pot
ash, mercury or other mineral.
Hooks mailed Tree by Hwilt Specific
Company, Atlanta, Georgia.
You Now Have
Of consulting ono of tho leading phy
sicians and Htitgeoiih (in the ttent
inent of chronic and nervous
(lic:ics in this country.
Ho is well known in Nebraska, nnd is
reliable as well as eminent in his pro
fession, anil lias hut few superiots in
liis lino of diseases, and, from repot ts
of the press, hia rooms are crowded
wherever he stops. By tho request of
his many ft lends nnd patients who
havo usually gone n long distance to
see lii tn. he lins decided nnd nrrnnged
to VISIT RED CLOUD nnd will ho nt
one; dky only.
Returning every four weeks for bIx
month". Consultation and ex
amination free to nil.
K - iiifjiJJIIfflA
B. REA, M. D.
His treatment nnd examinations we
understand nro based upon now
methods, nnd nro similar as are
given In the eastern nnd
southern hospitals in
which holms learn
ed his business.
He treats chronic nnd nervous dUcn;cs, chronic
catnrrli, llenKi of the c)e, ear, nose, throat,
and lunKS (lytpcpDln, llrlljfH(llfCRne, diabetes,
liver. MouihcIi. t'ontlpntlon. rheumatlcm chron
le female tind sexual disease, neuralgia, scl
ntlca. dlzrlneN. nervousness i-low growth In
children and nil n,astlturdlMnvc In fdlilt". dc
formntle". club feet, curvature of the splno, dls
CHsoiof lliebrnlu, paralysis heart diseases, cc
zema, arlcoccle, and hydrocele, t'nuccrs, tu
mor?, weiihand blrthmarksremcned
Tonne, middle aqed nnd old. married or sin
Klo men nnd nil who nifTcr wlih lout manhood,
ncrriiis debility, (-pennatorrhoea, tcmlnal Io.b
ci. decay, falllnij memory. wcaW ejea. minted
declopraent, lark of enercy. ImpouTlshed
blood, pimple, also blood nnd skin dlscasex.
Eruptions, hair falllMK.ibone pain. Hwelllngs.
ore throat, ulcer, i fleet of mercury, kidney
and bladder troubles, weak back, burning urine,
incontinence, gleet, stricture, iccelve kcarchlug
treatment, prompt relief.
Both sexes trcnted confidentially nnd
Piles, fistula, fissure and rupture cured
by our new method.
E. U. OVERMAN,:Phintiff's Attorney.
NOTICE OF PUBLICATION.
Statu or NtsnASKi, I
WxBKTiR Cobntt. f "lu the District Court
within and for the County of Webster and Stato
Union Central Life Insur
Henry C. Scott. Melissa A,
Scott, Charlott It. Hesse,
i'ekln Plow Company,,
bmitn wagon CompanyA
H. & L. Colin, Henrietta)
Kotnroct. The first Ns
tlonal Hank of lted
Cloud. J. a. Kmlgh, Ja
rob Dearer. Charles II
Potter. Phillip Fatslcr,
John Doe Si Msry Doe,
real names unmown,
The defendants. Pekln
agon company, a. & l
ver. will take notice that,
ember. A. D. 1H9S, tho
tral Life Insurance I'o
the Circuit Court of W
against Henry C. Scott
it. uasse. ret
John Doc and
foreclose a certa
C. Hcott and Mel
Plaintiff upon the
Kast quarter (N K") of section Twenty-eight,
nnu me iMMiinu yu Yi 01 me norm nesiuuar
ter (N W i) of section Twenty eight (28) in
Township Two (3) ltango Eleven (II) In Web
ster County, Neb., to secure the payment of one
proinlhsorv nolo dated Aueust Uth. 1HK8. and the
coupon Interest notes thereunto belonging for
tho principal sum of One Thousand Dollara
(HUOO)on which default In payment has beon
made Whereby, under the terms of said note
mid inortgago.thesamo has become due andpay
able. The plaintiff prays for a decree of fore
closure and salo of said premises to pay the
amounts due on snld note (ho Interest coupons
and delinquent taxes. Yon nro reontrcd to nn
xwer said petition on or bofore tho 30th day of
Dated December 21st. 1898 -
Uniov Ckntiui. I.irr. iNnunism COMrANT.
By E. U. Overman, It's attorney.
AW PftMnaiin CmllU
ohn, and Jacob Ilea.
tue vutn day or Dec
Intlff the Union Cen-
any tiled Its petition In
iter Conntv. Nebraska
(ellssft A. Hcott, Charles
omnanv. Smith Waornn
II. Potter. Phll'llpPassferi
e. real names unknown.
t and prayerof which Is o
ngago executed uy nenry
L bcott defendants, to tha
est half (W M)of the North
Docket S, No. ICO.
In tho circuit court of the United Stale for
the district of Ncbratla. S amies. lor
. K S. Oniisby. tniftecJor William II. vlo
ciijam in uraliam, JVUlMi,, Mali. Junior, uu.l
Harris II. Ilajden. loinilalnani. U A..V.V,. i
IlltSf In ChanppM
pfu.icUeii Unit liijuirMi
ifi ilerree entered In tho
rui nay oi Jiarcii, IM9S, I,
r it CV, nri ,W I ..V 1 ' ). ,,,;"r., "P Cir
,fW1!n"'il'1",".r V ',' cl.ii.k lu'tho for ooi
of nld day nt tlio from ilnor of ilir. WcbMer
(I TiyCw,X ,1,?"fc0bu,"B ' ' rltyof U..I
vMV.,!.vW':.,i,.ir..,","!l; hlH,p. ''""I HUlrhtof
Jones, ct al, ilefeni
.. ... onm
Public tinllnn U
hIiovo caiMo on tli
r. s niiiuiy. ,ir. M
B. & M. B.Y
RED CLOUD, NEJiR.
SI. LOUIS and
atl points east and
SAL1 LAKE C'T
and all pointi
?"'. "ell nt public lUipllun fnr r,.kli n,A
nil limine itcsiriu-d properti, to ult:
Jhe whole of llluek Oui.(l) of ItadilKTe'h ad
TnAIMS LBAVB AS rOM.OWH!
No. 60. Freight, dally except Sunday
v- .. ,f"f) more and all point east 7:00 a.m.
No 1ft. Passenger, dally for St. Joe.
Kansas cily. Atchison. St.
Louis and all poluts east aud
south -............. jo -20 a m
Nn. 141 Accommoilatlou, dnlly except
Sunday. Hastlnes, Grand ! '
land, lllack Hills and all
points In tho northwest l:oOp.m
No. 113 Accommodation, dally except
.Sunday, Oberllu, Kansas, and
Intermediate stations, Ma lie
o. M Freight, dally, Wjmoro nnd
St. Joe nnd lutermedliite
v .. JwnciIonnolHtfc 13:45 p.m
No. 63 Freight, daily for Ilcpnbllcnn
No, 15 Pnseu"KcrrdTyV'ycnver,'"nVl ' m
iwliitM In Colormlo. Utah nnd
N sM FrcUla ilallj lo Oxford mid
mi i utermf-dliito points .. Is.TOpm
Sleenhig, dining, und reellnlng chair ear..
(teals free) on i thruugh trains. Tlckots sold and
baggago phecked to any point lu tho United
States or Canada.
For information, time tables, maps or tickets
?.?" 1,0.r ddres A. Conover, Agent, lted
j F. V. TA YLOR,
The Farnitare (Dan
3 is still doing bnsineis at the old stand.
I Lower Prices,
than any one. Call and be convinced
While they last
I will sell my Ice Wool Fascinators, Wot
Squares, Hoods at greatly reduced prices
Remember that I sell
Black ana Colored Dress Goods,
Ladies, Shopping Bags,
Laces and Embroiderie
For less monoy thnn thoy can bo bought clsewhero in tho city. Tho best plac
for yarns in the city.
City Dray and Express Line
ROSS Bi RIFE, PROS,
Goods Delivered to any part of the city.
Charges as low as the Lowes
CITY AGENTS FOR ADAMS EXPRESS CO.
TRADERS IUMBBR OO,
LUMBER and COAL
Bixildina; material, J3to.
Red Cloud, - - Nebraska
PLATT & FREES CO.,
Ghieago Lumber Yard,
RED CLOUD, NEBRASKA.
Lumber, Lime, Coal and Cement.
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