The Carroll Sentinel from Carroll, Iowa on April 13, 1894 · Page 8
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COUNTY GOVERNMENT. Continued- ~rom sixth page. Hohwer Bros., goods for pnu- per, Clausen 28 00 Moses Simon, goods for pauper, 1 00 Moses Simon, goods for Poor Farm 17 20 Hcch, Hattler A Pruter, goods for pauper, Jeutch 1000 800 Hoch, Hattler & Pruter, goods lor pauper, Weber 2500 2100 livens & Dlckc.v, coinn for pau- per, Squibs, $17, laid over to June B. N. Merchant, goods for pau- per,Eokert 35 00 B. N. Merchant, goods for pauper, WilkliiB 4000 D. Joyce, coal for pauper,Weber 2!) 05 " " " Loch.. 865 J. H. Dickey, goods for pauper, Waters 15 70 1. S. McKinney, medical attend- unco to pauper, McQuring 0 00 C. A. Beltennian,medlcal attend- nnce to pauper, Jentsoh 17 50 .A. S. Oookley, medical attendance to pauper, Priestly 11 CO A. S. Oockley, medical attendance to pauper, Wilkins, 7 CO A. S. Gocklej-, medical attendance to pauper, prisoner, $4 50, rejected A. Kessler, medical atlendando to pauper, Hartman 800 A. Kessler, medical attendance to pnuper, Prisoner, $4 GO, rejected .A. Kessler, medical attendance to pauper, King $12 50 rejected A. Kessler, medical .attendance to pauper.Kittle 2000 500 A. Kessler, medical attendanpe to pauper, Huber, 83, rejected. A. Kessler, medical attendance to 1 pau per, J. Conly, $250, rejected A. Kessler, medical attendance to pauper, Brooks, $4, rejected A. Kessler, medical attendance on Poor Farm ' 7 00 A.Kcssler, medical attendance to pauper, Eckert 3 00 A. Kessler, medical attendance to pauper,Calvin, 2 00 A. Kessler, medical attendance to pauper, Wilier. 1100 900 A. Kessler, medical attendance . to pauper, Spickler 100 A. Kessler, medical attendance to pan per, Fritz 100 A. Kessler, medical attendance to pauper, J. Gessuor 1050 450 A. Kessler, medical attendance to pauper, Brachdendorf, $0 00, Inld. over si. Kessler, medical attendance to pauper, Couiy 1150 000 EdW. Downs, inedieal attendance to pauper, Ituice, $14, laid oyer Id W. Downs, medical attend* aaco to pauper, G. Ames, »rr 60, laid over • JJ.H. Mohr, goods for pauper, Jurgens 10 43 City Novelty Works, Roods for ' Poor Farm 220 Urijtcr & Co.; goods for poor Farm 27 70 Cnger & Co., goods for pauper, Robinson 400 John Morgan, oats for Poor Farm C. M. Moore, Bhoea for Poor Math Barnes. Loyd Barnes Geo. Daly Chas. Supplee James Leonard ,.. R. T. Jeffrey, cost In case of State vs. Stuhlmlller R. T. Jeffrey, board and washing for prisoners R. T. Jeffrey, scrubbing jail and care of same, $i)0, rejected R. T. Jeffrey, lumber for jail...'. " " solving subpoena for Grand Jury R. T. Jeffrey,serving attachment on P. Schrnltz, $5 R. T. Jeffrey, arrostlng Huff " " taking of Robinson to reform school K. T. Jeffrey, taking four prisoners to Ft. Madison R. T. Jeffrey, taking J. MoNlell to Clarinda R. T. Jeffrey, for bringing Hawkins flora Texns, $13125, rejected R. T. Jeffrey, arrest of Mingus,. " " summoning jurors " " arresting Grubbs.. " " cost, State vs. Spickler , R. T. Jeffrey, taking Hawkins to Anamosa K. T. Jeffrey, taking Spickler to Anamosa Peter Hoffman, boarding jurors. L. liarger, bailiff Sam Todd, bailiff Frauk Fritz, bailiff . A.C. Mitts, bailiff Frank Vonker, bailiff Goo. W, Bowen, defending prisoner Ed Foley, boarding jurors Prank O'Brien, boarding jurors. Todd & McAllister, boarding jurors JUKOliS, STATE VS. D. POFF. J. L.Hnll. , H.T, Jeffrey, taking pauper to poor Farm fl 00 Martin & C.'ovls, Roods for poor form Carroll Dry Goods Co., goods for poor farm W.Joyce, coul for poor farm... . Jos, Kempkcr, goods for pauper, J. Qeesner Geo. Itelf, moat for pauper, Weber "WITNESSES IN CASE OF STATE VS. 6TBHLM1LLEK. 3. H. Scbroedtr B.D. Brlest../ J.A. Mills Jacob Peterson , E.M. Parsons Peter Schmilz Chris. Eekles.'. ' 'Fiank Blair Jos. McKSimui Nath Barnes Cbas. Ureckcu ridge II. E. Beach Corlio Johnson Willie Rluhlmlller Fred Whitman Charles Supplco Louis Barnes Oeo. Daly "W.P. Lathropo J. A. Mills S.D. Priest , J. A. Bubrooiler Hetor Sobmlt u Jos. Mosemaii Ubrle. Ecklcs Henry Kubl J. Peterson 3.K. Willlunis Jfniuk Biulr.., «,0. Norls •Ooo. 1 rwln S. W. Pursomi Hath llarncs . J. A. Dailies L. HarncB »red Whitman • Ciiua. Bupploo JK.UIIIIniflmiii • ttortlo Lehman Minnie Stuhlralllcr STATE VH. SriCKtBll. Jlonry Wulloco JM Ourst I'.O. Kommrd 1250 250 250 4580 1865 5080 2025 1830 345 305 305 345 135 225 155 305 1 35 135 1 35 135 200 350 2 KO 1 35 1 35 1 35 735 7 35 735 8 55 C 75 CU5 055 8 15 815 785 735 735 4 70 8 00 430 4UO 1 30 :; oo a uo 430 200 A ith Pul ver U.lluutor 0. Fletcher Ooo. Potersou U. HciiUm- A. 11. Jennings John Uayltz B. Btroup STATE VS. I1ABT. J, 1'ctornou ............. J. li, Sebrooder ileury Kulil .VraukUluIr Jot, Monsiuwu . J.A. Mill* Mrs, 3. A. lluruos ...... B. M, I'ursouu J. -ffa»u. llrooUeurltlgo ............ v . J.U. 375 U 75 a 75 U 75 a 76 i 35 a 75 a 75 a 75 a 75 a 76 a 75 a 75 •t uo 4 UO 4 DO i UU 850 .»05 8 ft! a no 1 UO a uo il 15 i) ',11 8 70 a M a uu 4 10 J. H. Scliroeder ^ ' C. S. Bennett '. F. Lutter F. Leonard J. Dammoml E.C.Noris Geo. Polyino Wm. Johnson, Justice fees H. C. Clausen, Constable SI. Woolmnn, Constable L. Koelting- witness........ J. Ruge, . " H. Hemrichs, " N. Rosterinuudt, " Wm. Jensen, " Mrs. D. Gran, F. Dilinglmni, Theo. Stuhr, H. Jlundt, M. J. Kuhl, H. Huge, C. Theilmun W. Pruther, A. Goetch, G. Tank, i C. Grube, J. Hoffman, J. A. Johnson. Wm. Metzger, T. B. Sutton, H. W. Pollock, Jacob Kruse, guarding Hart and Stulilmlller, $5, rejected... E. M. Pursons, fees, State vs. Robinson C. F. Hamilton, fees, State vs. Robinson John Renter, J. P. fees, State vs, Spickler K. L. Smith, Constable foes, State vs. Spickler, $18 70, laid over WITNESSES, STATE VS. SPICKLEK. Ed Garst P. Kennard C.G. Nelson '.... Clyde Fletcher G.F. Ames Henry Heuter EdBurhus J. B. Kimiick .'. Arth Pulvor Henry Wallace WITNESSES, STATE VS. HEISMCHS. Anna llehirichs Mrs. A. Reiner J. Hugo Mrs. J. Huge Mrs. M. Hrmmior ' Aug. Hutfedorn Peter Steplmny, $1, rejected J. SI. Ferguson, J. P. foes, State vs. Heini'iclis H. C. Clausen, Constable fees, Stuto vs. Jleinrichs u JQ J.M. Ferguson, J. P. fees, Stuto vs. Watson J. C. Heiiseh. Constable fees, State vs. Wiitson 750 WITNESSES, STATE VS. WATSON. J.H. Martin J.Q.Gribbo B. Lebeck A. Wordar Chus. Kruso J. M. Forjfiibon, J, P II. C. Clanwii, Cuiistulilo (j 50 D. Pojif ChuB. Pot cm J. Wiindur John Miller Frank Koulc 11. C'. (.'liuiscn, Constablo, Stuto vs. lirown, $13 60, rnjuc'tL'd Win. Johnson, J. 1'., rttuto \u, lirown Frank IJlitir, CuiiKtublu, Slutu va. Hurt, $11 11, rejected J. C. IlciiHoli, C'oiibtublo, Stutc VB. Allen Goo. Thompson, t'liurdlny in- KUIIU Gltddun (jrupiilc, imblibhinif no- tlco A. Kunli, blank huuku, $78 7U, re- jvctud J, 11. llunuurl'ord, luttur hcudu for ShL-rllf J. 11. lliiiih'urford, inililUliinif s auil Aiulitor's ro- 4 30 3 05 3 05 1 35 4 CO 000 217 05 2 CO 35 10 300 2 00 3265 105 50 48 21 B 50 20 40 17 14 11 00 43 47 43 47 3 50 30 00 9 00 1000 7000 8 00 1000 325 3 25 10 25 J^ 8HOP RBGK&EIKB. m -: DEALERS AND MANUPACTUBEIIS OF WAGONS, BUGGIES, CARRIAGES, GARTS AND SLEIGHS : ALSO AGENTS FOB THE CELEBRATED : ,_ --: Bettendorf Hollowsteel Wagon Axle •:- Made of two pieces of sheet steel, as compared with forty-nine pieces required to make the present i! 1 00 1 00 1,00 1 00 1 00 1 00 1 00 1 00 15 00 9 55 G 65 1 80 1 20 60 60 2 00 1 30 1 20 60 1 10 90 1 40 1 40 1 40 60 . 60 60 60 1 00 100 1 00 1 00 400 wood axle, bolster, and stakes, with the necessary irons, bolts, nuts, rivets, and nails. 1 '83 £§£ .Stff |l2 A.-31S ^•°-1 (P (D rj °T* o* fe 3 * &s* g §•» <§l3 II 1 I 2 25 650 5 5C 8 IK 3 5C 73C 60 6C DC UO 6C 350 U 3(1 00 60 00 60 CO 1 50 We constantly have on hand all kinds of wagon and carriage repairs, such as single and extension buggy tops lazy backs, bow sockets, bows, dashes, cloth, leather and rubber for tops, cushions, side curtains and repairs. We also do all kinds o± plow work, disc harrows sharpened, horseshoeing, wagon and carriage repairing. All kinds of machines repaired, Brash as mowers, binders, threshing machines, engines, etc. We have recently purchased a gasoline engine the raunin * o£ Yours respectfully, North of Burke's Hotel. CARROLL, IOWA. 0 05 3 15 000 1 30 4 M l>»rt U18 U Wustern J'lirm Joiirnul, letter hcudx, Mu.Muhun 3 25 Western 1'uriii Joiirnul, Ijliiuiia ordered by Hhurltt" 01 00 Wiwlern I'lirm Joiirnul, blunlis ordered by Kurlo !B 20 Wekloui J''nrin Jounml, bhinkii ordered by Treasurer 1840 020 Western l''iirm Journal, bluulis ordered liy (.'lerk Hi) (Jl 101 85 Wotum i'unii Joiirnul, bur docket Muifli term a3 00 Powers & Colclu,blanks ordercid by Clurk , 13000 1'owers & C'olulu, lullor lieuds and tmvulopfs, Clerk 700 Poivers & Colclo, ieltur heuds Mt'Mulion ^ jo I'owers * (,'olvlu.ltluiiks ordered hy McMulion 67 00 ' 'owem & Colclo,blanks ordered by Truiwui'ur s QQ Powers & Colclo, letter heads ordered by Treasurer ........ Powers & Colclo, letter heads ordered hy Recorder ........... Powers A Colclo, letter honds ordered hy Attorney ......... Powers & Colclo, blanks ordered by Auditor ................... Powers & Colclo, publishing Board proceedings and Audl- • tor's report ................. Ciillalmn & Co.. six McClain's * Codes ............................ | Carter & Hussey, blank book Sheriff ......................... Carter & Hussey, ruler .......... Fitzgerald & Hungerford, blank books .......................... J39 72 Illinois Printing Co., goods for court house ..................... Chris Gruhe, trustee ............. Seb Bruch, trustee ............... Phil lienihuiz, trustee ........... H. Eehlcrs, trustee ............... Adam Stnng, trustee ............ C. H. Flonker, township clerk., Geo. Uerrymun. trustee .......... M. Elliott, trustee ................ John O'Domiell trustee .......... P. licrnholx, trustee .............. J. li. IJuwing, trustee ............. Anton Polking, tp. clerk ......... K. Shlrkey, trustee ............... Frank Sclinlltor, tp. clerk ....... 2900 J. F. Peters, constable election day .............................. 100 P. J. Humill, bourdlng prisoner while shcriif .................... Ktilu'ohl & Patterson, work in jail ............................... Sob, llriich, rent for puupor, Casper, $111 00, rejected. ........ TlioH. Itloli, Com. on Hoad ....... Win. Sexton, Com. on Work .... B. E, IJuriilu " " " C. Haiisman, " " " U. V. (Jlun, •' " " Dun iloi'ifiui, " " " lien Kdu-urds, Com, on lioud.... J. lli'.Miilion, poittntre ............. Anton Kokcnge, usscsvor, $84, aid over .......................... S'cicUelu & (jnaiii, goods for jail. Arts A Maiieiiiunn, goodu for JaW .............................. liundull. Dlt'lioy & Jones, goodu for jail ....... ................... Uuvu Doclcl, goods [for court liouso .......................... 1. Kenipker, guuds for court house ........................... 7JO I. II. Marnutt, goods for court house ........................... lulin Ki'i'iuiii, work for jull ...... iV. 11, Curry, goods for jull. ... iVelhurltl A Uimin, good< for court house and jail ........... ilartln & Clovls, focjiU fur court liouso uiul juil .................. olni l.onliL'l, word lu juil ......... . McAllister, work in court housu ........................... i. K, Audwull, (juallfylng up- IH'ulboi-b, * ,75, ruJuuteU ........ iiio. W. Korlli, lt>ii)])houo uiid expense* ........................ . Murliloy, coiistiiblo ............ J. J. llulrus, copying ludux to 5 25 6 00 7 75 13 70 317 2{ 6000 6 OC 1 2 1092 27 OC 2 R 2 M 20C 2 00 2 00 2 (X 4 00 4 4 00 2 00 10 OC 3000 800 25 00 50 11 65 3 39 2 BO 48 71 1600 u 7^ 1500 5702 200 4 10 B KS 10 75 laos t 00 4 1 SO 1 75 1 U 7081 325 « IE U 85 g(0 Vllmers & Bcliollonberg, livery dam Bteifvr, assessor, 019 25, luid ovor ........................ l', P. llombuch, vxpunsen, post- ugu und railroad furo for paupers ......................... J BO RECEIVERS' LAND SALE, OVER 2000 CHOICE FARMS, To be sold at less than one-half of actual value. These lands are placed on the marke by ttwMeceivers of the Lombard Investment oomiyany and other loan oomnanies, under an order from U.S. supreme court The entire list to be closed out by May 1. fully^one-half theS located in the great corn belt and are close to towns and schools and churches TERMS: Not less than one-fourth cash, balance 2, 8 and 5 years at 7 per cent interest optional payment plan. Examine this list and make offers. No reasonable offer 130 quarter sections in Antelope county, Nebraska, at from $1000 to $2200 each. 108 quarter sections in Knox county, Neb., at from $800 to $2200 each. 45 quarter sections in Pierce county, Neb., at from $1000 to $2400 each. 280 quarter sections in Holt county, Neb., at from $600 to $2000eacli. 310 quarter sections iii Keya Palm county, Neb., at from $500 to $1500 each. 240 quarter sections in Ouster county, Neb., at from $600 to $1800 each. 90 quarter sections inPerkins county, Neb., at from $800 to $2000 each. 64 quarter sections in Brown county, South Dakota, at from $600 to $J500 each, 45 quarter sections in Edmunds county South Dakota, at from $600 to $1200 each. 55 quarter sections in Aurora county South Dakota, at from $800 to $2000 each. 815 quarter sections in Hand county, South Dakota, at $500 to $1200 each. 42 quarter sections in Beadle county South Dakota, at $600 to $1600 each. uul/3r ' 86 quarter sections iu Brule county, Sout Dakota, at $50^ to $1400 each. ? Also considerable amounts in 22 other counties in Nebraska and South Dakota and a tew iavms in southern Minnesota. As a rule quarter sections of $1000 and up exoent in ?h« older counties, have good improvements in the way of cultivated land, buildiWs wallaTflf^, and are desirably located. l)iis is a nun opportunity for idle dollars ' ForTJfhe7?nfo& tion call on or address me at Carroll, Iowa. I have examined several of the above farms Tntii can give you particulars. «*""vo J.JUUIB uua A. W. SWENDER, Sales Agent for Receivers. truNu. iVnu Kvxlou, eoiniiiittuo work 35 52 t. K. Uurglno, committed work ' 25 81 ). Huiisman, committee work K W U. V. Glan, eommlttou work.. .. I) (18 >un Morgan, committee work.., IU 23 Jrawford Co,, rtipalrlug bridge on county Hue M 35 olm Uute repairing bridge U 00 A. Tuul, repairing br|dgu 3 50 I. M.Cooluy, repairing bridge.. 2 75 I. (J. Vischur, repulrlng brldg* 103 28 ). Joyeu, lumber for bridge 103 87 . N. Cuoluy, repairing brlUgu.. 450 UOMIib'JJH AN1UA1, ifUNI). ', I'luckliahiUi dauiuge dcjnu by dogs u 50 . HuriiUolz, damugu done by dogs $45, laid over . Jlcrulioly, Uuumge dune by dogs 5 U) 1. M. llurreus. dumuge done by dugs, $10, rejected I'oter lious, 30 00 20 00 1NSANB rilNU. SI. llcrimrd's liospltul.bourd fur Ualvlu 45 oo HI. Hornurd's lloapltiil,board fur bhulte 45 (jo W. 1'. HOUliACU, Count)' Auditor, A 116,000 track U being built at Bon* ton. , The Gebuurd color* will be seen on tuo turf the cowing waton. Atluutlo King, 8:09}, U tUe Iwtest Lorst) ovur bred in Ohio. Frauk Work'* well known gelding, Plok Swivollw, Is 84 yearn old. Mary Contlivre, puoiug record 9:19, will be out on u trotter tute year. It i» Buld that thy tint European norm wiw brought to tUia coutluwut in 1818. Hxeoutora- Motto*. Nolloo U lioruby itlvou to Mil ii «»lml, .. All uurnoun ludebtcd to euld eetuto will iu imyuiotit to (ho uudor«l«uuu, Via ifioK luw uHtliim ugtintt tiiu ««mu w"it ureS&OL ' ll Dutou, tho Oth iUy of Aurtl. law. 61.11 J< Wf tt " U " KNU ^ K««*W««i el Bx«outors. Hxooutor'a , e«Paif{K 0 V'i 1 »%'ai ? »j'i 4-a iwou'tlm tiu any of April, it , Kttoutot.

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