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- 4encUy should at once notify, us.by lette.
: SoUd!,giiB both theirforaier and tho
Sesont bostofficehe first enables' us to rcadi j
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TOPerotImarin of your JoiAWll ; I
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TO OOBBWJOIIDKKW. . . .
AUo6Mioiiatacnre attention, irmf-
We.ceserre ue.ngnv ."-jcv" ". il-' " ,v'r
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lo roiurn mo """". c .;
." correspondent in every bcuwii'""1-':-
'Watte eomSrTQne of- wl .judgment, aed n
-'. ttS? torSy.-Write plainly. eb iu-
:aparately, Givens facta. -
""' - WEDNESDAY. JANUARY 13.8?2.
- - ;CATHbuaConre88-at Chicago, Sept.
;-5thi for five aaiys. " . .
.'. ."Eaxtbouakr. ehocks have been felt in
:- 'deferent parts of Italy,
."i'jEyiDitNCES- of -an -eartbiiuaVe- are
tootidable''at"Bocbe8ter, N. Y.
'.J . -No news from Washington Monday,"
"v .in regard to the Boyd-TIiayer case.
' No political party m history compares
with therepVhlican in benefits done tfie
.-" '-race, y
!."-?;. ;;A cAB-iqADof-tin goes out.every week
":"". from the San-Jacinto .mines, .in soiith
':.'. ern California;
. Iris said that General Van Wyck can
hare the nomination for governor by tho
-alliance if lie wants it
..' Anephkw of President Harrison .died
." on a railroad tram near Palestine, Texaa.
,'Hewas consumptive, arid on hisioad
The report that an English syndicate
had Quietly secured tho type foundries
;in: "the United States is denied by the
': .'IBy".PiBiFjFEK of Berlin, son-in-law of
'Pr. Koch, lias -discovered influenza
baccilus and has transplanted, it with
complete subcess. -
;' Bishop JL- Pebkiks, the. new U. S.
senator frpnx Kansas, is a native of
Ohio, and has been a. congressman three
-terms, from Kansas.
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- "Rjcttjblicaxs have never had. occasion
to blush .over the deliberations of any of
.their national conventions, all have been
in line withliberty and progress.
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.-. ";-'; 'MATpB;HidaDfs of Somerset, Ky., baa
:-v'.' '-.' ."-' beeii'arrestedi charged with-enticing-inr
. ,.Vv . to a. strange house. Miss -Yina Woods,
V. -- ged-23, and who has since become a
, " :." '1 ravingrmaniac.
,.;-.-;;'."."'-.' . ' , . ,
:.:S'-'-. -"CowBESSlfANOflTEN ScoTTof Illinois
j " . : -... ";i: formulating a bill prohibiting the
.' z- '.. .'poet-office department from printing en-
'.::'Jr-..: velopes and engaging' in business in
--- ;0QmpetitiQn with private firms.
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.":'' '' ''-?' ' Exebbss 'Messenger Cuas: ;pele-
'y-A. '"irflATE.ahd Engineer Schram were killed,
-' '-'.',rand-three passengers injured Wednes-
;'V ; -ay'Tioar Fairmount, Vili by the break
') 'jiv;".;ingbfati:uck under the baggage. car.
. ,7 .- ---X. :TOD!Ja meii.-jii8t. abbnt entering upon
y-' V their lifecareer, should ally themselves
s' ....-.;"".; With that '.element of .bur national life
.'.- ; . ".. Which.is capable of doing the" most good
;-. '- " ". -tothifr-most people which means the re-
;...--Hqw thK wheel. of Fortune turns!
- ; FredenckT)ougla8"iias jiiBt been instrn-
y-.-me'atal.iin securing, for the daughter of
;; ln8 old alaye -master,-a. position as clerk
. -"'in;, one'pf 'tbe.pYernment departments
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'-. ---" Razpfr.in -hand, -Joseph Ka wales of
; .Chicago while drunk,; Saturday night, j
.; attempted to kill his stepfather, E. W.
.-.Jxicky. ia- saloonkeeper.. Xiock shot
- JKawales.deadv; The tragedy occurred in
;the Btepfkther's salotin.
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.' Thk balance of . foreign trade in our
- favor the year nding..NpV. 30, was.$130,-'.---tJOOjOW;
..-If- 'we.co'ntinne. .at the same
... rate; several"'. years, selling that much
- -'.xnore than -we buy, this country wjll not
".- -y "'-v- ..OO0 .discard reciprocal trade.
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: .-:.; -j'.-.V .""ATupHT itteck'.of hjiligestibn last
.- - "" .f . -"-.'.- ?. "Wednesday on .the pak of James G.
. :.-. . ..--. -; '. ' Blaine, and the whole country was an-'
. . -;- -r-.iMeapriu inenext my? uness,.from
' ' : .;"-';i--''Uaeyaccount8 read -"pur -Jiin" is a
" .--.;."-'.:..UtUe too earnest in his eating in other
..C-'.-? ,"v."" !"; -'rf8he. .-swallows more- than- he can
''' "."!'-' ".- Vehoid.--". ' - .".'" r' . -
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-.yr'Soutt. -Dakota will- be able to sup
. . .x '' ' '1 2" --. .v07rt"B Wdriaith tin", tHus making our
'.' " - '''.?: - C -". orthern. sister, one of thenchest states
-i;,' "; ."'----"-' i4Mion,.Md'Buci6s4p'her;- With
. ' ;"' :-.:':Wt. the". policy -of protection". her.-great
'" . V .-... -:V ' -.F!Ndth -.iaight" haTef.Temained ;undevel--:
'" .'i '' '-;-" :-":.bpediorlges to-come:" "-"-"::.,
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'-. .J I '-' . ';ABrWccy(cl6'ne"paBsed nearMillen,"
V .".v '.;;;' -V-..- .Gt hite-Wednesday, jafternoon,'- causing
": -;-" "'. '. :- ilPrioBB;. of property. It- :6lruek-tne
v'v.; r-;-"';-- 'plantatjpn .of ;"&DanjeL and entirely-.
-:V- V ; -vi.wrecied five dwellings; and-two stables,
.f ;-.:X :. -lK -cOne 'of the dwelling blown. downcon
' ;-:. "X'rJJi people. " None of them
"...-- ' -.- - -..'-" 'weie BBrimisly"--in'ured. .--.--. - :
.".- :.: V ::;.v: C t" FrJEtf aught to know, and she;
---;--.. -.v. .-ajfBiaoenaior.-:i.umb nliea-of indi-
. -..-. .."'- ; - "- F".'- " " larmer-siocK; He treatr
'- ,;'-ry? ;" -""himself witli' Uttle.'mercy,.and" ;didn
.-.- t .v. -.-; Y.--Beetotoknow.th'atit:is" only a.'vigorons
.;.-.: .-.constitution with plenty o ont-ofcdoor
': .-.'. :-xercises'that ca'ri4augh,""infhe-face" -of
.yv "-."-;. 6adinary stomach troubles. '
-. . . . z -TCBSDATevening-of last week a. ter-
-.' :j5ycione:.with.ap'ath" 30f I yards wide
."" v -: .ijrtpi"thKJugh .thetownotFayettevflle,
. " ;"-i(clesyi$,6()0'wojth prdpeK
r".v-.- 'tj, lolling three, 'persons and.: injuring
-. - . . . - "-.. " Al- " -- - .
;iwewty-n puaeiB. une man .was. car--
'.' ' ' -;"Had'put 200 jards,-' and- almost every-
. ..- DOM in ou oooy was oroKen.
Wk an: readrly-jrememberr-the. time
. Cfoprjy-lcouhty, this-' state, was
. coasidered a desert . The last season
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.thikj desert produced.an.average.ot forty
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i of -corn to' the acre, twenty-two.
:f wheat, thirty-eeven of oats; and.three.
haiidWd and firtjr.bf. potatoes.' 'Jt has
171690 acres of land 'under cultivation,
-p-ai'lto stock to the. value of $1,78340. j
I am a' "Protectionist" because the
welfare and happineas of the people in
America depend on their ability to en
joy the necessaries, conveniences and
comforts which our manufacturers sup
ply". There is no other source of ade
quate supply for many such oommodi
tiea except American -rmanufateturere so
that the American, manufacturer is
mdre indispensable to the American peo
ple- thanthe American, people -is to the 1
manufacturer. While American labor
is more efficient and more productive
than .labor .elsewhere, it yet remains in
contestibly true that there are thousands
of -commodities which cannot be made
by" our artisans in competition with low
priced labor elsewhere. If the laborers
hereare to consume this" class of manu
factured goods, the industries which
produce them must be shielded from de
structive competition or the producer
must-live in some other country. If he
lives here he must either make them or
go. without them; -he cannot buy them,
for the reason that there is no "some
thing else" he can do by which he can
earn the purchase "money for the foreign
article. Nobody but an economic idiot
-would now contend that the protective
duty a'dds a "sou marque" to -the cost of
the commodity." Its only effectisto give
the market to the American producer.
The Free-trader may beat about the
bush with bis speculation, dogmatism,
sophistries, and insolence, but the root of
the matter lies within, the compass of
the" foregoing proposition of faots. Hon.
Henry M. Hoyt, ex-Governor of Penn
sylvania. There is big trouble in. Seward coun
ty, KaBsas, usually attributed to a
county seat contest between Woodsdale
and Hugoton, but it is attributed more
to personal troubles between Judge
Botkin, and Col. Sam. Wood. The re
sult of. the impeachment trial of Judge
Botkin,. which ended in his favor, started
the trouble .anew, culminating in the
assassination of Wood, June 23d. There
were, it seems, not people enough in the
county, outside of those hotly engaged
in the turmoils, to form an impartial
jury, and law-abiding people do not feel
secure. Sheriff Dunn was killed Tues
day of .last week, and Judge Botkin and
liis followers met the train atArkalon,
all armed, with Winchesters and pistols.
He wants the troops kept there three
weeks and the county placed under mar
tial law. Forty desperate, determined
.men are barricaded behind the walls of.
the court-house at Springfield, and a
company of soldiers are determined to
bring them to justice. Three of the
mob are under guard and are to be shot
in case their companions in crime un
dertake to release them.
The interest of the United States in
the Pacific railroads is about to be stim
ulated again by attempted "legislation.
Whether it will end like all former at
tempts in the same direction no man
can, of course, tell. The latest is repre
sentative Geary's (Cat) bill to foreclose
the mortgages of the Union Pacific and
Central Pacific railroads and which pro
vides, for the payment of the first in
stalment of the bonded debts of these
roads, when they become due, on demand
of the treasurer of the United States;
failure to comply with the demand
-within three months to result in the
forfeiture of all rights, privileges, grants
and franchises derived from the United
States. After the decree of forfeiture has
been granted the president, of the Uni
ted States is authorized to appoint a
committee of seven persons, to be known
as the railroad commissioners of the
United States, who Bhall have charge of
the' road; operate it, adjust fares and de
posit receipts in the treasury of the
It seems to the Joubxai that it would
be an excellent thing for the new board
of county supervisors to mark out a
course of conduct for. each of the county
officials, which will necessarily be what
is required of them by the statutes of
Nebraska. It could be done in a short
time, and in -such a general way as that
the relations of all officials to the board
might be of the most amicable nature
during the- "coming year. We do not say
in Advance that any .of them require the
assistance of the board, but we do say
that if several men we could name in
these past years had been held to their
knitting while trying to serve the coun
ty, both they and the public would.be
better off today. The board just gone
but have had experience enough to justi
fy -those, of them that continue in service
the coming year, in settling upon a very
.definite and vigorous policy with refer
ence to county officials, and we have very
good reason to believe that these offi
cials will themselves be thankful for
such a course.
For several years there have been ex
ported from the United States annually
railroad locomotives valued at about
In November and December of 1891,
there were exported locomotives valued
I at $2,802,000, at which rate a year's ship
ments would.be 16,812,000.
In other- words, in twp months, under
the McKinTey law, we shipped abroad
almost. as many locomotives as in any
three previous years. The time taken
to get orders and build the engines ac
counts for the -late period after the pas
sage of the McKinley bill before its effects-were
felt New York Press.
'Atslegkam from Helena, Mont, de
tails particulars.of a coach robbery by'
three masked men about 6 o'clock, Jan.
6, between Bonner Ferry and Kootenai
.station in Missoula county. Both men
and: women were, robbed, the heaviest
loser being Ed. li Huntlay of Chicago, a
traveling, man, who places the loss of
his watch and diamonds at $13,000.
There was three feet of snow on the
.ground and the stage was on runners.
Ohio republicans after a-spirited con
test' selected John Sherman as their can
didate -for the senatorahip, on Wednes
day, last, the vote standing-Sherman, 53;
j?oraaer,-ao; Foster, l; McKinley, 1. If
Mr. Sherman should serve out the time
I for. which he is to be elected, he will have
completed forty-four years of continu
ous service. He was born in' 1823, and
his career has certainly been one to at
tract the attention of the oomntry.
SiarATOK Maxdkbsom want to set th
Nebraska militia re-imbursed-for the
large -amount of camp and, garrison
equipage and stores burned at Mil-
ford, last year; also to revise the laws re
biting to the granting of
place children of soldiers who areaotally
blind in the list of permanently disabled
and helpless persons who are entitled to
nensions after they reach the age of
A Bcssian doctor was recently boned
alive. A few Hours after the funeral a
succession' of unearthly shrieks were
heard, seemingly from the saw grave,
and shovels .were procured and the dirt
Hastily removed and the coffin lifted out
The doctor had. been alive when buried
but had subsequently died of suffocation.
The body gave evidence of the terrible
agony endured by the man.
At 1 o'clock Sanday morning, as. No.
8.U.P. freight train was passing through
T5VVir ninnn nair TWuril'a HIiiIa. A biff
J'aniw nlirln nma nit t.tiA mountain fllIR.
blockading the'oanon. Into, this the
freight train ran, instantly killing Homer
Wright, the engineer and scalding the
fireman and brakeman badly by the
boiler bursting. It is thought the jar of
the train started the slide.
WHBN.an alliance paper goes .to the
wall, which is occurring frequently, it
doesn't necessarily injure the farmers
much, but. when a big institution like
the.Farmers' Union Insurance company,
of Grand Island, goes down, having
policies, outstanding to. the amount of
$8,000,000, and cash assets, of only $166,
it is a serious matter for the farmers..
Reputable men and women will heave,
a sigh of roliut today. Hill has stepped
down and out. Now York in her long
history has now and then been humilia
ted by the. presence in a high placo of a
base, corrupt, self-seeking official. But
the one of whom she- gets rid today is
the worst of the lot. "For this relief,
much thanks," and .let the executive
chamber be deodorised.. Nf Y. Tribune.
David City has one case of scarlet
Frank Billings of Salem was gored by
a vicious bull.
Bancroft's flouring mill was destroyed
by fire Sunday.
Brownville's colored club gave a "pos
sum supper lately.
Three hundred and seventy lump-jaw
cattle were rejected at the Omaha stock
yards the past year.
Dr. Leonard of Gibbon has decided to
hold divine services in the billiard hall
where he can get an audience.
Two Nebraska City boys got into a
fight and one of them named Tunpest,
stabbed Bowman with a knife, product
ing dangerous wounds.
Kearney policemen killed nineteen
offensive canines during the month of
December. This, is a good preventive of
hydrophobia next August
Carl Carson is under arrest at Oakland
charged with shooting with intent to kill
William Brekman, son of the president
of .the First National bank of that city.
S. H. Overhol-sen & Co. failed in busi
ness at Norfolk Wednesday. Liabilities
and assets, both about equal to $3,500.
The firm handled books, stationery,
W. D. Kinkaid of Superior has sworn
off on hay rides. Six years ago he fell
and fractured shoulder blade; the
other day he fell and. broke his collar
It is said that there is a religions sect
in Perkins county who object to Mel
bourne's method of rain making alleging
that it is taking' the power of the Al
mighty. William O. Trine who is farming' hia
father's farm, sold to .Mr. Forney for
shipment last Thursday, three hogs, the
aggregate' weight of which was 1,540
pounds. At $330 per hundred, they
netted him $50.82. (Madison Chronicle.
Two suspicious characters named
Henry Smith and Walter Clark; arrested
at Lincoln, had two heavily laden valises
filled with goods which were identified
by a traveling salesman as belonging to
the store of Killian Bros., at Wahoo,
which was robbed on the night of
H. M. Hutchinson of Tppeka, a car
penter employed at the starch factory
Nebraska City, lost his footing Wednes
day and fell a distance of thirty-five
feet; on his way down he struck one of
the large braces running through the
bin and broke it in two. Very strange
to say, the man waa not much hurt
The tramp arrested for the burglary
of Killian's store at Wahoo, who gave
the name of George Crowley, dug out of
the city jail and has not yet been ap
prehended. He is about twenty-three
years of age, five feet eight inches tall,
weighs 140 pounds, slender built and
thin faced. He wore a double breasted
blue flannel shirt Fremont Herald.
Louis. Hagen has mysteriously dis
appeared from Grand Island. He was a
farmer and lived about .seven miles from
the town. Saturday weAk.Jie left .his
team, at a livery-barn in the town, say
ing that he would probably call for it
the following morning, but he has not
since been heard from. No reason can
be thought ot for his disappearance.
Oscar Olsen, a lad of fifteen, messen
ger boy for the Western Union Tele
graph company, was murdered early
Thursday morning in the rear of the
Wells-Fargo express office in Omaha.
He had been struck on the left side of
the head. He died at 8 o'clock without
regaining consciousness. It is thought
that the boy might have interrupted a
burglary by his appearance, and that
this, was the reason he was killed. The
poor murdered boy has been in the em
ploy of the .company for two ' years, was
faithful and polite, and the favorite
A distressing accident occurred at the
home of C L. Lyon, a prominent farm
er and citizen 'of Seward county, about
five miles northwest of Seward on Sat
urday afternoon last . Jfr. Lyon waa
shelling corn, and hia little ive-year-old
son and 'little daughter were playing
around the aheller. They had gone away
to play on some ice near by.lratsoon re
turned, and the little boy, attempted to
climb over the tamMiag-rod, when his
clothing was caaflht by the rod, windJag
him up aa whirKag hiaf around the rod
hw head striking the ground with swffi-
ciMtforwtohreak theakmlL DrPot-4
ter was immediately sent for, but the,
little one was dead when he arrived..
(Seward Blade. , ;
A few days agdC: Jacobson of Hast
ings received word from the firm of
William: Co, Butte City, Mont, that
one of their customers, a Mrs. White,
had found three' rough diamonds in the J
craw of a -chicken sold by them a few
days before Christmas.' Mr. Jacobson
is a large poultry shipper and supplies
his hennery with gravel from the bed of
the Blue river, seven miles south of
this city. The curiosity of several min
ers at Bute -City was aroused by the
discovery, and Jacobson has .received
many letters making inquiry as to where
he secured his sand. Mrs. White sub
mitted .the three rough stones to a jewel
er in" Butte for inspection, and he pro
nounced them' genuine 'diamonds and
offered the lady a good price for the
stones, but she refused and has sent
them east to have them cut" The only
way. to. account for the singular find!
is that the diamouda were picked from
the gravel of the yard,.and several pros
pecting parties ..will visit the locality
where the sand was taken out '
Fronoar regular correspondent.
Gen. M. C. Meigs, U. S. A. retired,
died here on Saturday -with the grip.
From his appointment to West Point
in 1832 to the date of his death, he
filled positions of great honor and
greater responsibility, and he filled them
-Pension Commissioner Baum ,has ..de
tailed 50 extra clerks to assist in push
ing the work of the Pension Board, of
Although a few republicans .here ap
peared, to have at first thought ot ex-
-representative Perkins in connection
with the: Kansas Senatorahip, his ap
pointment by the Governor to fill the
unexpired term of the late Senator
Plumb was very well received. Mr. Per
kins has had 3 years experience in con
gressional life, and that he will ably
serve bu state-in the Senate, cannot be
A very determined effort is being
made by democratic leaders to bring
about an outward appearance of har
mony in the House but they are far
from being successful, and it looks now
as though they would be extremely
fortunate if they succeeded in prevent
ing an open rupture between tho Crisp-
and Mills' men' or, as they are often
called here, the Cleveland and Anti
Cleveland men on the floor of the
House. The Cleveland mon who have
been snubbed and belittled by Speaker
Crisp are not in a humor to be forgiven,
and wherever two or more of them are
gathered -together, the atmosphere is
filled with dire threats of vengeance at
the first opportunity. Speaker Crisp is
laid up with the grip during tho entire
recess and is yet, and has little op
portunity to know how deep the feeling
ot resentment against him is, but his
friends have fully recognized the grav
ity of the situation, and, having gobbled
up. the most desirable places, they are
now trying to mollify the Mills' men by
feeding them large doses of "taffy."
But the crow which the Mills1 men have
so recently had to eat left a taste in
their mouths which prevents their en
joying anything like "taffy", particular
ly when it comos from tho same source
that the crow did. ..
Syaopsiii.or the Proceeding" of tJie Board of
Tuesday. I. M. January "tbt l8--
Board met iranranct to adjournment at 2, P. SI.
Hon. W.J. Irwin chairman, G. V. I'Mllips.
clerk. Roll called, anl following muailiera re
eponded: Aaclio, Bering, Burrowa. Byrnes,
Canipbo'l, Dineen, Dondy, Fraouiitn, ITadnon,
Johnson, Keuecher, Moron, Mnrplijr. McAllister,
Olson, Ottis, Pollard, Rickct and Mr. Chairman
Absent, Snpr, Welch.
Minutes of meeting for mouth of November
were read and approved.
On motion of Supr. Burrows tho Board now
took a recess nntil 9 o'clock A. M., to-morrow.
Wednesday, A. M. January Cth, 1692.
Board met at 9 o'clock, a. m., pnrsuant to ad
journment, Hon. W. J. Irwin, chairman, O. W.
Roll culled and members nil present but Supr.
Wni. Braudoj: api.arud Itofbre Uio Board re
questing medical aid. aud adtnittaion to St.
Mary 'a Hospital as a county chargo.
Sup'r Murphy presented tho following:
Resolved,. That the clerk of this board be, and
is hereby-instructed to forthwith notify the clerk
of the board of commissioners of Boone county,
Nebraska, that Win. Bramley, a legal resident ot
said county, has become chargeable as a pauper,
and requesting the authorities of said Boone
county to remove the said Wm. Bramley, end to
pay the expenses accrued in taking care of said
Sup'r Hudson presented the following:
Resolved, That in all appeals from the allow
ance of this board for damages causod by the
location and opening of public roads, the super
visor of the township in which the damages ac
crued, shall state in writing to the county attor
ney the maximum amount of damages sustained
by the Vespective parties to said appeal.
On motion the chairman and clerk of board
were instructed to execute a quit claim deed, on
behalf of Platte county, to Wm. Hollingshoad,
of lot 4, in sw. li of sec. 12, town 17, range 3 west,
to quiet titlo of same.
On motion of Supr Burrows, tho personal tax
of John Shannahan in St. Bernard township for
the year 1885, was ordered stricken from the tax
list on account of unjust assessment.
The following statement waa presented and
To the Hon. Board of Supervisors Qeatle:
men: I submit for your consideration the fol
lowing statement, showing the number 'and
amount, by years, of all onoalled for county; war
rants in my possession bearing dale prior to
January 1st. 1887, via: ;
For thayear 1875, 2 warrants Tf
& 1776, 1- "
loll, U ........
" 1878. 3 -
as lUflft O
ft OU 4 Ift
ft llttsrt 1
Mak'gatotalof 180 warrant. $ 922 08
I would suggest that you authorao a notice
servea upon uie owners or saia warrants, giving
a reasonable time to caU for same, and at the ex--piration
of said time, that action be taken, if
same can be legally done, to cancel said war
rants uncalled for.
O. W. PHnxira.
On motion the Clerk was instructed to notify
. n- - . .
in writing, the several parties to whom said war
rants an drawn in favor of , to apply for same
within ninety days from this date or same will be
On motion the Board now adjourned until 1
o'clock, p. m.
WKonaoAT. P. M. January 6th, 1882.
Board mat at 1 o'clock, p. m., pursuant to ad
journment. Hon. Wm. J. Irwin, Chairman.
O.W. Phillips, clerk.. and all members of the
Board present, except Sapr. Welch, sbeent, and
Bnpr. Ottia, excused.
In the matter of the location of the "Lowry
road" and vacation of a part .of the "Scully
Motion ly Sapr. DoooV. that the Btayer of the
pstitieners for vaent'nn be granted, and
neMte road enmrnsneing at. the center
seoHoae Maad U aad
tell (M) Be he.
locatedVaad that I
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be, and the ansae is hereby approved and adop
ted, and that the asste be' referred to town
board ot Lost Creek township for pay
aaent, and that the county surveyor be instructed
to surrey and plat the said line of road aa thaa
located, according to law, aad file his report
with the oomnty clerk.
Boll called for vote. Supra Asche, Bering,
Byrnes, Campbell, Doody, Freeman. Hudson.
Johnson. Keaseher, Moran, Marphy, McAllister,
Olson, PoUard, Bickert and Mr. Chairman voting .
Supra Burrows aad Dineen voting no 2.
Motion declared carried.
The following official bonds were now pre
sented, examined and approved: O. W. Phil-
lips, county clerk; J. W; Lynch, county trees-'
urer; 0. B. 8peice, clerk district court; A.
Heiata, coroner; R. L. Bossiter. surveyor; D. Cs
Kavanangh, sheriff; W. N. Hensley, county
'judge; Hfc M. Rothleltner, county superinten
dent; W. B. Henry, deputy clerk district court;
Henry Rreunig. collector Granville twp.; John
Cramer, do Shell Creek; John Ernst, do Butler;
Peter Larson, do Monroe; O. W. Ohlson, do
Walker; Jacob Lewis, do Columbus: O. H.
Brockhaua, do Humphrey; Thees. Mohlman,
do Grand Prairie; J. F. "Schure, do Burrows;
John Cramer, Treasurer, Shell Creek twp.;
Henry Bruenig, do Granville; John Ernst, do
Butler; Peter Larson, do Monroe; O. W. Ohlsdn,
Walker; Jacob. Lewis, do Columbus; Thees.
Mohlman, Grand Prairie; J. F. St-hure, do Bor
rows; NeU Anderson, do Woodville; C. J. Caf
rig. town clerk. Shell Creek twp.; George S.
Truman, do Monroe; Lawrence Knudson, do
Walker; Harry B. .Reed, do Columbus; Wm.
Sefaalp, do Grand Prairie; John Engel, assessor,
Butler twp.; D. D. Roberts, do Shell Creek; Wm.
Berg, do ('rnnville; C J, 'Anderson, do Walker;
ai.'W. liallcy, jr , da Columbus; Chas. Schueth,
do Humphrey; Prter Zumbrunn, do Grand
Prairie; Wm. R. Jones, dp Burrows; Thomas
Jones, do Juliet;. John Egger, constable. Gran
viUe twp.; R. C. Anderson, do Monroe; C. J.
Bteiaer, do Walker; Martin Postle, do Humph
rey; Wm. Wondt, do Grand Prairie; H. 8. La
throp, justice of the peace, Butler twp.; D. C.
Owen, do Butler; Martin Maher, do Granville;
Nick Hammer, do Granville; John H. Sacrider,
do Monroe; L. Anderson, do Monroe; Albert
Boss, do Walker; F. W. Edwards, do Wtlker;
C. E. Mono, do Columbus; Theo. Odenthal,
do Grand Prairie; M. Weiser, do Grand Prairie;
John MoPhillips, do Jolietr llenn Bakenhus, do
Sherman; John Wurdeman, do Bismark; H. J.
Hudson, do City of Columbus; 8. H. Johnson,
do St. Bernard; Aug. Westphtd, do St. Bernard;
M. Ivorson, do Crest on; J. L. Truman, do Wood
ville; Joint Moult, do Lost Creek; Theo. Wenk,
treasurer, Sherman twp.; John Ahrens, do Bis
mark; E. A. Brodboll, do St. Bernard; John
Eiseninan, do Loup; M. E. Clother, do Lost
Creek; Theodore Wenk, collector, Sherman. twj.,
Jolin.AhrenB, do Bismark; E. A. Brodboll, do
St. Bernard;. John Eisenmann, do Loup; Kels
Anderson, do Woodville; M. E. Clother, do Lost'
Creek, 8. T. Fleming, do Croston; Herm. G.
Lueschen, town clerk, Sherman twp.; Peter Bet
tinger, do St. Bernard; D. I. Clark,
do Greet on; Albert Burner, do Loup;
J. It. Keith, do Woodvillo; Max Bruckner, do
Lost Creek; Ed Lueschen, assessor Sherman;
Siebert Heibel, do Bismark; Chas. Wake, do city
of Columbus; J. C. Freshanf. do St, Bernard;
John Gcetz, do Crest on; O. H. Clark, do Wood
ville; Ed Uiggins, do Lost Creek; A. J. Camp
iiell and Tho. McTaggart, constables city of
Columbus; J. L. Sharron, do Creston; A. D.
Buck, do Woodville; Herman Ernst and F. P.
Johnson, road overseers Butler; A.-Danven, J.
Schenell, M. Gilsdorf snd -B. Wilde, do Gran
ville; H. M. Sutton, Sam Anderson and Sam
Alexander, do Monroe; H. C. Knudson, Aug.
Nilson and Lud. Swanson, do Walker; W. G.
Meays, W. H. Randall and E. P. Westcott, do
Columbus twp; Ignatz Werxer, do Humphrey;
Heye. Johnson, F. W. Mouden, John Zumbrunn,
sr., and Herman Wendt, do Grand Prairie; Pat
Fahey and W. Scheidemantel, do Burrows; An
drew Peterson, do Joliet; Joe Steiner, Karl
Harnappand John Roeche, do Sherman; Wm.
Bchreibr and John Boe, do Bismark; Joe.
Janssen and Chas. Sump, do St. Bernard; 8. J.
Wheeler, do Creston; Chris. Boss and Jacob
Eisenmann, do Loup; H. N. Chrisenson, Boy
Clark and J. W. Hopkins, do WoodviUe; Carsten
Petersen and John Lucid, do Lost Creek.
The following bands were referred back for
John Gibbon, treasurer Joliet twp; J. G.
Kumnier, assessor Loup twp; Win. O'Calla
glian. Justice of the Peace. Shell Creek twp;
and bond of S. T. Fleming, held for correction
In the matter of the "Kby Road" on motion
of Supr. Keuscher, the prayer of the petitioners
was grautet, the road declared duly located,
and the report of' the appraisers allowing for
daiunges caused thereby Chas. K. Davies,
t7.5;0. S. Holdeti, 320.00 was adopted and
approved and warrants ordered drawn on
county road fund levy for 1891. account Butler
township for same, and the canity surveyor in
structed to survey and plat same according to
law ana file Ills report with the county clerk.
The petition of J. J. Graves and others for u
public road was, on motion, laid over until tbo
meeting of the new board.
The petitions of Geo. Grotcluschen and others
and W. J. Owens and others and John Bugl
aud others for public roads were, on motion,
The official bonds of Dennis Duggan.- justice
of peace; John Fisher, Justice of peace; M.
Welsenfluh, Jr., constable, John Schmoeker,
I town clerk and James Keogli, road overseer.
were referred back for. correet'on, etc.
County Supt. Cramer reported a balance on
hand of 311.05 In the Institute fund. On motion
resort was accepted and ordered placed on file.
G. W. Phillips, county elerfc,-reported collec
tion of S26 00 from city of Columbus as payment
in full for amount paid by county to Sheriff
Caldwell for board, etc., fur Agnea Kultca,
Ludwick Wysocki, Jessie Stewart and Pearl
Klldare, city prisoners in county Jail, andtbat
same bod been paid over to county treasurer,
to the credit of Platte county.
On motion the report was accepted .and or
dered piaced on file.
On motion of Supr. Byrnes the board now
adjourned until 9 o'clock a. m. tomorrow.
Thursday, A.M. January 7, 1892.
Board convened at 9 o'clock a. m. as per ad
journment. HouWm. J. Irwin, chalrm in; G.
W. Phillips, clerk. Roll called and members
all present but Supr. OttU.
The committee appointed to make settlement
with the county treasurer, presented a report,
also a receipt from County Treasurer Lynch of
38X37.86 as balance on hand shown by said
report, received from ex-Treasurer Becher.
Motion by Supr.- Freeman, that report be ac
cepted and adopted, and committee discharged,
and that the clerk bo directed to charge up to
J. W. Lynch, county treasurer, the amount so
reported, also the amount of all delinquent
taxes as shown by tne books of the county
clerk, and that said report be 'placed; on Hie.
The following official bonds were now pre
sented, examined and approved:
O.C. Shannon, deputy clerk district court;
Dennis Duggan, justice of peace. Lost Creek
twp; Win; O'Brien, Justice of pence, city of
The bill of D. F. Davis for bar dockets, J41.C0.
was on motion of Supr, McAllister allowed.
The committee on fee books reported verb
ally that they had been unable to- properly
check up the fee book of the sheriff.
Motion by Supr. Kickert, that Uij county
clerk be Instructed to notify ex-Sheriff Cald
well to submit at the next meeting or tlie board
of supervisors a detailed statement of all fees
received by him as sheriff. Carried.
The committee on fee books now presented
their written reports on the fee books of county
clerk and county treasurer, and that the same
were correct, and on motion the reports were
accepted and adopted.
A communication from Hon. R. R. Greer,
eora'r general of World's fair for Nebraska,
was on motion of Supr. Bering lard over until
the meeting of the new board.
The board now selected sixty names from
Which the jurors will be drawn, for the next
term of the district court.
The following bills were now allowed.
Gns G Becher, treas for cash expanded-! 33 75
C D Murphy, ex;
Co, Mdse for county..
SUte Journal Co. "
Lincoln News Co. -
DrTR Clark, county physician
L J Cramer, Co Supt, salary etc. Nov
UW Phillips, Co Clerk, salary quarter
I L Albert, Co Atty. salary quarter end
ing December 3l
O W Phillips, cash exnendefl for Co.
1st Mary'a Hospital, care Indigent Nov
! and Dee
I Nels Anderson, col del personal tax
I O W unison
lonn uuoer. oaiiin. ............
D A Campbell, elk sup court costs State
v Wendt . ...
John Browner, comr brand and marks
& E Crans. pub legal ' noUcee, ehUa
MKTwrBer Co7 pub legal notJces,
IJW. 1... .y 4 a
uensiey uei per tax, cuuni loevis-..
Jonas Welch services as supervisor.
H J Hudson " ' ,
DUtvbaMna- arent.. ....
i : l Murphy services as supervisor
Jaraes Burrows " "
Gerhard Asche .
J 8 Freeman
Henry Kickert "
F Bering '
Nels Ohlson " .
H J Jobnsou
D E Caulpbell ; "
os Moran . .
J C llyrtu-s
W J Irwin
The bills of the judges and clerks ofelectlou
fort Bernard townbip vvero upon motion re
ferred bac to that township for payment.
The bill of Chas mim: $ :.oo as chairman" on
'''Johnson Road" was o.i motion l.iid over until
next meeting of board.
The following bills wt-re now allowed:
.1 W Render acct Humphrey twp 9
Ignatz Werner. "
Adam Oslerhoil "
John Fisher next -Toilet twp.. -
B Wildnacct Burrows twp ......
B Wilde acct Granville twp .
Nye & Schneider (o acvt Granville twp
Chicago Lumber Cuacct.Gruiiville twp...
Colfax t'ounlv acct Sherman twp :...
Nye & Schneider Co acct Walker twp
Sam K Painter " " "....
Thos Ostergard & Co " "
Hugh Hughes acct Columbus twp
Robert Lewis acct Joliet twp. claim
9vO' . hmhiii iMmmti
Pat Uugau, same ...........
Chicago Lumber company, same.. ,
Ham K Painter.... . .-.
D A Hale, account Himpbrey. twp......
Andrew Peterson, account Jo let twp...
Hanie, same..... .. ...... ..... .........
D A Hale, account Humphrey twp .
.Same, same..:... ..,...... .....
A Osterhoi. same..............
Aus Bentel. same. .
Geltzen & Breunig. same......
Chicago Lumber company........
iiumpnrey. a w uo
Uellzen & I'reunhr, acc't Barrows twp-.
Chicago Lumber company, same -....
Andrew Peterson, account Jot et twp ..
J E Fisher, same-.. 1.
Hugh Wllliaros.acrniin: Burrows twp...
J w Lyuch.treasjicl Win Fuillott.samcl
Chicago Lumber company, same .......
G U lmb, same..... . .....-..
Peter Klpp, same .... ..
Genoa Lumber company, account Mon-
roo twp. claim f.173 38.....
L W Anderson, account Cnston iwp.....
Fuller, Smith & Fuller, same ..
J W Lynch, treas. account Phil Diffen-
bach, del personal tax, account Butler
lUn USUI CH '
-Same, acct JW Wltchev, same, sme
Same, acct JW Wllchey, same. sanie
J O Blodgett, same.. ....
Hugh Hughes, same ..-
Nye & Schneider coniany, account St
Bernard twp ...............
On motion the board now took a recess until
1:30 o'clock p m.
. Thvksiiav. P. M., January 7, 18ft.
The board reconvened at 1 JO o'clock p m,
Hon W J Irwin, chairman. G W Phillips, clerk;
roll called and members all present but Super
visors McAllister, Burrows and Ottis.
The official bond of George Hcuggelcr as
Justice of the peace for Bismark township, was
presented, examined and approved.
The following communication was presented
CoLUxncs, N.F.n., January 7. 1W2.
To the Chairman and Honorable Board of
Supervlson. Platte county. Nebraska
Gkstlkmex: I hereby tender you my resig
nation as examiner of the county records.
J. W. Ltnch.
On motion of Supervisor Hudson the same
was laid over until the meeting of the new
No further business appearing tho minutes
of this session of the board were now read and
Supervisor Hudson, on behalf of the mem
bers of the board, thanked the chairman for
the courteous and impartial manner univer
sally displayed as presiding officer, and in a
few brief but eloquent remarks presented him
with a flue gold headed, ebony cane, as a token
ol their sincerity, confidence and esteem.
The Honorable Chairman feelingly respond
ed thanking his co-workers for the beautiful
f memento of their esteem.
On motion of Supervisor Hudson, the board
now adjourned sine die.
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aOdecl Guardian of Olof B. Holm.
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