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VOLUME IX. MeCOOK , RED WILLOW COUNTY , NEBRASKA , FRIDAY EVENING , NOVEMBER ? , 189O. NUMBER 24.
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MeCook , Neb. Oct. 24th. Manager ,
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COUNTY CLKKK'B OFFICE. I
Indlauola , Neb. , October 31st , J690. f
Board of county commissioners met pur
suant to adjournment. Present , Henry Crab-
tree , chairman , Isaiah Dennett and Stephen
Holies , commissioners , and Qeo. W. Roper ,
On motion the county treasurer was directed
to redeem the following described lands , same
having been sold at tax sale on the third dny
of January , 1889. viz : N. Vt 8. W. & 18-3-28 and
Vf.4 N.V. . J 1-1-30 same having been erroneously - '
neously assessed for the year 1888.
On motion the following resignations were
read and accepted to take effect at once :
Charles Colling , justice , Mo. Kldge precinct.
N. J. Chrysler , justice , Dox Elder precinct.
T. J. Ruggles , overseer , road district No. 5.
The annual settlement of ElizaO.Nettleton.
county superintendent public instruction ,
was rend and on motion accepted , which state
ment is as follows , to-wlt :
Received from county com $100.00
Fund on hand past settlement 68.05
Received from teachers examined 78.00
Paid to Mrs. Tucker , services rendered.$50.00
Paid to A. C. Peterson , services rendered 60.00
Paid to Prof , lioper. services rendered. . . 10.00
Paid to Prof. Valentine , services render. 97.65
To teachers since examined li
Balanceon band 43.40
On motion the following claims were audited
and allowed and clerk directed to draw war
rants on county general fund , levy 1800 , as
follows , to-wit :
J. C. Shumaker , pens and holders $ .50
W.V. . Wallace , rent pauper , Mrs. Kolb. 12
S. R. Smith , attorney for Richards 35.00
Eliza G.Nettleton. salary 3d quarter , ' 89 , 203.76
W. S. Phillips , services in district court 2.00
a. W. Barnes , envelopes for sheriff 2.50
Grass & Miller , boots for pauper 2.50
' JURORS SEPTEMBER TERM 1890.
James Vaughn 813.30
James Murphy 11.70
F. M. Pennington 10.00
M. B. Brown 12.80
J. W. Palmer 4.10
G. A. Searles 11.60
Frank Moore 14.00
H. C. Pennington 11.90
W.O. Bond 6.10
George Fowler 12.00
W.E. Rollings C.30
Wm. M. Nutt 11.00
M.N. Eskey 8.70
C.H.Crocker . ' . . . . . 8.20
James Roblnion 7.50
George Younger 7.30
George Conner 4.10
Otto Webber 6.45
G. W. Wyrick 11.00
N. H.Fox 10.90
Jno. Whittaker 7.80
A. Rodgers 8.00
Frank Albrecht 7.80
Indianola Courier , printing delinquent
tax list 444.CO
Jos. Menard , mdse. for paupers 32.80
W. A. McCool , keeping prisoner 86.75
W. A. McCool , posting election notices , 36.00
W. A. McCool , keeping prisoner 21.60
W. A. McCool , summons petit jurors. . . 34.10
W. A. McCool , attendance district court 18.75
McCook Monitor , election notices 8.00
Beardslee & Stelle , mdse. Mrs. Cecil 5.00
R. M. Suavely , salary 3d qr. co. attorney 200.00
Omaha Republican Co. , supplies 57.00
C. W. Barnes , printing bar dockets 34.00
F. is H.Lumber Co. , coal for pauper. . . . . 2.63
Jno. Young , board and care Malone 36.55
J. H. O'Neil. board pauper V. Forsbery 10.00
Bartley Inter-Ocean , envelopes co. clerk 6.10
C. M. Goben , board and care Blake 8.00
W. H. Powell & Co. . mdse. for paupers. . . 45.73
Beardslee & Stelle , mdse. torMrs. Blake 18.25
Wilcox & Fowler , mdse. for Mrs. Reed. . 12.53
State Journal Co. , blanks for aist. court 5.80
G. W. Curfinan , medical attend. Jones 3.00
J. R. M. Barton , cleaning court room. . . . 1.00
McCook B. & S. Co. , supplies co. clerk. . . 4.35
G. W. Curfman , medical attend. Blake. . 4.00
F.&H. Lumber Co. , coal for county . . . 161.25
Collier & Cleveland , index for clerk 16.25
Duncan Bros. , mdse. for Mrs. Sherman. . 11.50
J. W. Welborn , bailiff September term
claim § 11.75 , allowed 8.00
Wilcox & Fowler , mdse. for Mis. Bradley 21.03
W. A. McCool. McCook vs. Red Willow co 20.00
W. S. Phillips.McCook vs. Red Willow co 3.83
BURTLESS VS. RED "WILLOW COUNTY.
W.S.Phillips . . . . . . . S 10.18
W. O. Russell , ex-sheriff 1.35
W. A. McCool , sheriff 14.90
County , jury fee 5.00
Frank Albrecht , witness ' 3.80
John Whittaker , witness 3.80
John Button , witness 4.CO
A. Rodgers , witness 4.00
N. J. Johnson , witness 13.20
F. P. Ratcliff , witness 13.50
N. A. Frame , witness 12.00
James Shepherd , witness . 6.60
Page T. Francis , witness 10.50
B. F. Olcott. witness 3.50
J. A. Carter , state vs. Shaffert , justice. . 3.30
Irvin Whitsel , constable 2.03
J. V. Tanner , witness 1.30
Nicholas Uerling , witness 1.00
H. W. Keyes , judge , state vs. Nance 3.45
w. A. McCool , sheriff 1.00
H. Crabtree , constable , 1.00
STATE VS. RICHARDS.
W. S. Phillips , clerk's fee $12.58
S. H. Colvin , justice 5.00
J. H. Bennett , constable 5.16
W.A.McCool , sheriff fee 8.CC.
J.W. Bennett , witness , 3.50.
P. A. Wells , witness 5.50.
Chas. A.VanPelt , witness 3.50.
Jas. Hunt , witness 3.50.
A. J. Rand , witness , 4.20.
Chas. Blandin , witness , 3.50.
STATE VS. LANQHORN. "
H.W. Koyes § 6.30.
H. Crabtree 1.00.
Jno. P. Relter , juror , 1.00.
Lincoln Dow , juror , 1.00.
J. H. Sherman , juror , LOO.
J.W. Welborn , juror , 1.00.
Geo. Cramer , juror , 1.00.
Charles Gentry , juror , 1.00.
8TATK VS. SMITH.
H. W. Heyes
W. A. MuUbol 2.00
STATE VS. SMITH & VANCE.
II. W. Keyes $2.20
STATE VS. PLAU88ARD.
J. A. Carter. Justice fee , $3.80
Henry Uerling. constable fee 4.50.
Gust Rodel , witness 1.40 ,
Minnie Newman , witness 1.40.
\Vm. Newman , witness 1.40.
Chas Slltmire , witness 1.40.
Christina Slitmire , witness 1.40.
Herman Bey , witness 1.40 ,
STATE VS. WICKWJRE.
W. S. Phillips , clerk fee $2.28.
8. H. Colvin. justice fee 4.80.
J. H Bennett , constable fee , 5.00.
J. II. Berge , justice fee , 6.75.
W.A.McCool , sheriff fee 3.10.
C. A. VanPelt. witness 1.00.
STATE VS. WILLIAMS , JR
W.S Phillips $3.98.
H. W. Koyes , county court 5.00.
H. Crabtree. county court 5.15.
M. Young , witness 2.15.
W. A. McCool. sheriff fee 85.
M. Young , witness , 3.25.
Chaita A. Wingate. witness , 2.10.
H. Crabtree , witness 2.10.
STATE VS. FISHER & QUADERER.
H. W.Keyes , 510.40.
H. Crabtree , 11.25.
Wm. Clark , witness 2,00.
George Young , witness , 2.00.
Louis Brown , witness , 2.00.
R. Orman , witness 2.00.
Chas. Etnberling , witness , 2.00.
Robt. Clark , witness 2.00.
M. Kelt , witness 2.00 ,
Robt. Core , witness 2.00.
Chas. Kersh , witness ' . . . . 2.00.
Henry Kersh , witness 2.00.
Carrie L. Brown , witness , 2.00.
Certh Wood , witness , 2.00.
BerthaQuaderer , witness , 2.00.
Anna Quaderer , witness , ' . 2.00.
Irwin Wood , witness , 3.00.
Edward Fitzgerald , witness 2.00.
John M.Ferrell. witness , 2.00.
Orraan C.Teel. juror. 2.00.
J. M. Beardslee , juror 2.00.
Thomas Duncan , juror , 2.00.
H.M.Ashmore , juror. 2.00.
Jacob Short , juror. 2.00.
C. B. Hoag. juror , 2.00.
STATE VS. FOWLER.
John K Hart , justice fee , S 2.75.
Jno. Whitaker , justice fee 5.00.
J. H. Bennett , constable fee 2.10.
Jno. Gaihercole , constable fee 9.25.
R. A. Green , witness , 2.30.
Jno. Gathercole , witness 1.30.
F. M. Kennedy , witness 1.80.
jf A. Fowler , witness , 2.20.
Wesley Gerver , witness , 1.60.
Geo. V. Fowler , witness , 2.40.
Frank Calkins , witness 2.20.
Jno. Calkins , witness , 2.00.
Gee , Zimmerman , witness 2.00.
W.H.Allen , witness 2.40.
J. E.Tirrell , witness , 1.60.
Wm , Smith , witness 1.70.
Richard Johnston , witness 1.60.
Jonas Engle. witness 1.00.
Jno > K. Hart , witness 1.00.
Andrew Martin , witness , 1.00.
Henry Crabtree , services as bailiff , Sept.
Henry Crabstree. services as com'er , . . . 30.03.
Stephen Belles , services as com'er , 16.40.
Isaiah Bennett , services as com'er , 18.30 ,
On motion the following claims were audit
ed and allowed and clerk directed to draw
warrants on County Bridge Fund of 1890 , as
follows , to-wit :
James McCIung , repairing scraper , . . . .S 5.00.
j. W. Leisure , hardware Dist. 24 , 7.90.
Lytle Bros. & Co. . hardware for bridges , 6.55.
Atlas Lumber Co. , material for bridges , 13.88.
George Younger , work on bridge Dist.
31claim $12,50 , allowed , 10.50.
Simeon Billings , work on river bridge , . . . 8.25.
Frees &Hocknell , lumber for bridges. . . 29.10.
Atlas Lumber Co. , lumber for Dist. 27. . . 2.40.
Geo. Younger , work on bridges , claim
' $18.00 , allowed v 14.0.
Frees & Hocknell Coal Co. , lumber for
W. C. Bullard & Co. , lumber for bridges , 6.85.
J. Powers , h'auling bridge 1.00.
Jas. Robinson , hauling bridge , . \ 9.00.
J. J. Miller , hauling bridge 5.00.
Stephen Belles , nails for bridge 2.35.
And on the County Road Fund , levy 1890 , as
follows , to-wit :
L. j. Bartless , bal. due on road. $82.50.
On motion board adjourned to meet Nov.
1st , 1890. Attest , GEO. w. ROPER , Clerk.
November 1st. 1890 , Board of County Com
missioners meet pursuant to adjournment ,
Present.H.Crabtree.chairman ; Isaiah Bennett ,
and Stephen Belles , commissioners ; and Geo.
W. Roper , clerl : .
Minutes of previous meeting read and ap
On motion the following claims were audit
ed and allowed , and clerk directed to draw
warrants on County General Fund , levy 1890 ,
as follows to-wit :
S. H. Colvin , rent for pauper , J. Purdy. § 12.00.
T.B. Stuthman , medicalattendance.Mre.
Davis & Jones , medical attendance.Fred-
die Brown 86.00.
Isaiah Bennett , services as com'er. 4.20.
Onmotion board adjourned to meet Nov.
13th , 1890. HENRY CRABTREE ,
Attest : GEO. V ? ROPER , Clerk , Chairman.
ByA.H. Barnes , Deputy.
933. G. V. Hunter vs : W. R. Strine et al ,
filed Oct. 31st , 1890 , papers in appeal from
934. B. F. Sibbitts vs. The Bartley Improve
ment & Investment Co. . Hied Oct. 31st , 18CO ,
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