The Carroll Sentinel from Carroll, Iowa on November 16, 1894 · Page 3
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TAX LIST Of Ottffoii Count?, SUM* of for the Year if,} STA*E o* IfcWA, Oaffoll Cotmty: • ttitfcAstmtrtt's Opftoi, No*. 1, Notice IB hereby Riven that on the first Mondnyt being the third day of December, A, D, 1804, at the court house in, Carfoll of said county, i will, in pursuance of the authority in toe vested by law, offer for snle the following lands and town lots hereinafter described for the delinquent tastes, interest and costs due at the time of saidvsnle tor the year 1893, and prior years, for'wiich the same are delinquent. Said Bale to commence at the hour of 10 o'clock in the forenoon of ss.id day, and continue from day to day until the whole of said lauds and lots are Sold, or the taxes thereon paid. * Witness my hand and official signature this first day of November, 1894. U. ALDERTSEN, Treasurer of Carroll County, Iowa. Names. JASPER TOWNSHIP. TOWNSHIP 86, UlH«ls 38. Dftsorlptlon Seo jt Tax "cst Tot'l 7 93 48 24 67 Jordan I/ Smith 2n sw ne Btlchholz 2X acre! center nesw 7 93 46 Bonner „ 6 a se sw 7 98 l 08 ' Margaret L. Perkins , nw sw 9 93 7 20 " sw BW 9 98 7 OB Thomas Campbell BO ue 12 93 7 20 ' " • swne 12 93 740 Wilson Llzer se Sw 13 93' 7 14 " ' sw sw 13 92 7 11 L. 8. Deuel ne nw 14 93 8 40 " nwnw 14 9» 840 " none 16 98 8 40 Lanra L. Zlogler se nw 16 93 7 40 " ewnw 16 93 7 20 O. W, Beobe se3a swse 18 93 61 A. B. & W. A. Salisbury • , 88 a lie se 27 93 7 20 " 80 60-100 a nw be 27 93 581 " 40a nesw 27 93 7 6B Levl Thompson 4 a nw KW 27 93 92 T.A.Cochran 7a nwsw 27 93 1 50 A. B.-* W. A. Sa.iBtiurj 12 a se sw Levl Thompson 40a ner.e " 4088680 Levl Thompson Chas. A.. Scurr ne ne nw ne ne sw nw sw 8C SW BW BW 88 «3 2 37 7 58 7 88 7 63 723 302 233 2 33 8 70 70 1 86 8 06 7 I 805 8 27 798 7 95 9 86 986 986 827 805 86 85, 806 72 6 54 88 8 48 28 1 20 84 1 84 41 278 88 846 88 8 46 88 846 86 809 881 260 160 29 27 27 82 '02 SHERIDAN TOWNSHIP. TOWNSHIP 85, 1IANQK 84. MLK RUN. Int* Names. Description Bee yr Tax cut Tot'l II. E. Hollister se ne 1 93 10 05 1 10 11 16 sw ne nw sw sw sw se nw ne sw nw sw sw sw BW ne IIW Ad ew BO J. r. Glldden V.A. " M.O.Sebern Joa. Ulldden H. Inghom . II. Browning 2 2 11 U U 11 12 12 11 93 10 81 1 18 11 44 93 10 81 1 17 11 98 «3 10 1)31 151168 9310801 1311 43 93 10 62 1 15 U 67 83 10 63 1 15 11 68 f8 10 68 1 15 U 68 93 9 63 1 06 10 59 tt3 9 63 1 Off 10 59 9 76 1 08 10 85 03 fOwatt. ft, t.M DAM* be " • MM) • flw Se" f heo. Bchtttlte ne iw Si " MM* W 4 94 » 4 M 93 9 061 Oil 10 10 98 7 76 90 8 66 91 9 (to 1 06 tl) 66 93 4 47 3<! 4 8(1 93-486 Ha 469 . Name,. M. t>. ante 8. E, Smith F. J, Miller 0. A, Cttdworth la. R. It. L. Co. CARROLL INCORPORATION. ' Lot Blk « Llt * 6 2 93 7 8 98 7 4 93 M.B. Wetherllletnw . „ • • 22*48 If 16 93 H.N. Has* 24 16 93 H. Miller 9 17 93 M.A.1I... «hf7»93. 8 23 fr*28 80 Tax out Tot'l 4 84 86 6 19 16 60 1 69 18 29 24 B2 2 41 26 93 10 81 62 11 83 18 25 1 89 14 64 8 20 7 59 2 7« 45 6 7R 81 W. L. Onlbertson B. ft. Curtis Thos. Murry J. Benon MM. A. Klllott ,1. Behan H. K, Spillrnan B. CoBley J. A. Wlthamn Mrs. Jj, Miller Win. Williams est P. Connway F. V. Miles ! 9 0 2 B 7 9 6 10 7 42 90 1 49 44 89 18 261 81 'la .10 89 87 8 711 <1U GO 9 19 48 9 67 . 26 71 2 60 29 81 98 128 1811 661!I7 68 93 20 OR 2 Oil 22 118 8 29 95 9 24 7 67 89 8 BG 8 44 46 8 89 14 92 1 64 10 M B 48 36 C 84 7 07 48 829 95 7 07 89 14 bl) 2 4* 5.99 74 6«8 80 8 10 9 1!4 866 !7 83 6 73 7 48 H.E. Burger n 44ft 7ft 8 EllH K. Hecder M. P. Hood S. C ;i Qulut M. E.T Burger Carroll Imp. Co. Bejen E. 1'arger 6 if 2 8 9 10 -i 93 40 93 51 98 _ .. . 62 93 14 68 1 61 10 09 6B 93 9 07 49 10 1C 68 93 10961 10 12 14 W 93- 4 81 C9 4 90 68 93 14 92 1 04 16 40 61 93 2 01 28 2 89 61 9!» 1 «9 26 2 25 62 93 1 99 y« 2 26 62 93 3 98 60 4 61 62 93 2 46 27 2 72 8 66 93 8 09 48 3 57 J Prtesily J. K. Wbkney w 50 1 and 2 78 93 8 09 48 8 67 Shoe Factory center •I 1 and 2 78 93 O.A.Carlson 12 78 93 J. R. Whitney • 18 78 93 C. F. Hamilton 6 Whltiiej's 1st Add- A. E. i>o IT, W. i. ft, tot ter and ell sen* 93 II 93 8 4i 91 .. 96 ... iVcDOwell iWftW T,tliDledrlch neb* _ " «en» wrrt, Knot tie se " he an, " hWBW 821 „ 9 <« 1 01 929 841 96 616 76 821 94 9 IS 987 691 916 6LIDDEN mcOfiPOSAttON. loWKSBir- 84, RANGE 83. Name. Denerlptlon Seo R. El. Daniels 6 a ne tie 80 0. n,Prill ptof swne 80 A. PortPr 10 M He ne 80 ehtsete so e 1 B tie «e SO .1. B. Stevens E. Tabes 1% a nw iw TOWN. Int* ji- TnX opt Tot'l 93 26 09 2 46 27 55 93 16 15 1 66 16 71 98 1(1 04 1 10 11 14 93 24 50 2 40 26 90 93 12 67 1 88 18 90 98 6 8J 89 6 71 Names. Oweli Simons W. F. Waldron L. M. Lyons n. C, Kyle , • i'litiik Cbundler K E. Foster Tbol. Klwood It. 0. Kyle L. M. Lyons Wnldron & Coulter Thus. Fort Levl Thompson F.mellne Wllley J. H. C ( ryell O, &N. W.R'yCo. J. K Ramsey K. E. Deshler A. w. Hood Int* Lot Blk yr Tax est Tot'l 8 1 93 7 83 89 8 22 B 1 93 17 B8 1 78 19 86 10 2 93 10 29 1 12 11 41 4 8 93 8 07 44 8 SI 8 3 93 8 81 99 9 80 8 4 93 7 33 86 8 19 93 17 5H 1 78 19 86 93 4 48 CO 6 08 11037 1 181160 93 7 94 91 8 86 98 11 74 1 26 18 00 93 10 29 1 12 11 41 93 16 14 1 6fl 17 80 93 6 80 73 6 69 208 - - •208 2.!» 2 95 2U5 2 95 295 2H4 80 65 2 96 33 61 16 GO 1 69 18 29 8 34 50 8 84 66 " 93 8E9 4 55 Henry S. Anderson Mary R. Mcu J. R. Whitney J. B. Whitney 2 2 8 « 7 8 9 10 6 Wattles. 1st Add- 8.0. (joint J. R. Whitney 9 6 7 8 1 and 2 S Tiios. Broderlck 7 J. R ^Whitney 9 " 10 Whitney's 2nd Add- J. R. Whitney 1 •• 2 7 J. A. Mitts 8 dinrlchsa. S. Add- 3 34 1 64 612 285 340 1 54 24S 309 981 809 806 767 1 54 154 384 1 79 0 60 2 76 391 1 88 287 367 90 10 71 48 367 29 43 25 26 335 8 10 1 79 1 79 42 91 4 06 16 97 807 1 38 277 277 809 277 1 64 381 865 1 62 822 3 23 367 822 1 87 3 81 T. Hlnrlch's Bruner's lit Add— Masale A. Crackling 4 1 93 266 44 3.09 A.H. Oary B. J. Johnson LIBERTY. ne iiw 13 nw nw 13 •o nw •w nw ne se nw Be se s« sw se 13 IS IS 13 13 IB 682 6 82 682 6 82 7 82 7 14 7 15 716 763 763 763 763 8 18 798 7 99 7 99 John Underberg Jo§. Fox J. F.Olldden C. Schwender OENTEB. nw ec 21 swse 21 93 8 09 93 801 29/388 29 380 BUCK RUN. senw 85 93 •W nw 85 93 860 881 sene sw ne BW se 93 681 98 700 93 666 93 681 LINCOLN. nene 5 nwnn 6 se lie 6 »wne 6 5 S3 533 576 691 967 980 762 783 7 46 704 601 601 bt3 664 KNlEBT TOWNSHIP. TowMBBiF 8E, KAMOB 86. Int* Names. Description See n Tax est Tot Patrick O'Tool* ue ne 4 93 7 73 90 8 68 " nw ne 4 93 7 24 86 8 09 " sene 4 93 8SO 94 914 L. E. Wrlgtit 2 N. L. Streby 8 GulHCk'slstAdd- Carroll Machine Co. 9 and 10 Seventh Street Add- H. B. King 4 B Mrs. C. M. MoCoimlck 3 C P. A. Johnson 4 C Oeo. [tollman 6 D Hlller A Power's 1st Add— 1 64 122 24 1 79 1 46 12 25 1 80 13 66 13 25 1 39 14 64 1 93 2323139 24 62 2 01 38 2 89 6 63 SO 7 43 201 88 239 9 98 1 10 11 08 699 74 678 (4. W. McNauKht ElmoreWarermm NIoholsNadd 1 Smith* Prill L..M. T.ynns Mary W. Bennett A. K. Bayard L. A. Nichols 9H 246 246 842 8 42 S 42 8 42 8 42 _ . _ ._ a 75 16 14 1 66 17 79 93 14 67 1 62 16 19 93 14 67 1 52 16 19 93 2 34 41 2 76 38 88 47 47 47 47 47 41 234 1 17 8 35 738 234 89 89 89 89 1 04 1 17 73 73 73 73 73 41 275 24 141 45 880 89 .822 41 276 taltat HBbee* . Jt. Miiu John oble Kred Dnrr M. M. Woolman First addition— F. A. Bennett B. F. Wood M. A. Davenport Oeo. Tnnk 18 1>1 11 12 6 7 8 7 8 93 698 tf 7SH 2 40 28 2 68 6 04 S3 6 42 »» 2 12 20 2 K8 93 6 04 8R B 42 98 6 "4 88 6 42 93 80 19 2 91 83 10 93 80 19 2 91 83 10 93 8 02 47 3 49 93 6 64 79 7 !W 93 12 72 1 31 14 06 93 8 77 81 4 08 93 8 02 29 8 81 93 3 o.Nob'e e 100ft 1 A. W. Leonard nnt lot 21st add 8 A. W 1 ennard n hf 4 Dan Pouch s hf 4 Fred Nolaeaux 11 11 12 Freri Nielsen And sub olontlots!26 Cocellnorr 6 604 679 802 1 89 2 18 642 719 8 81 2 26 2 03 18 59 1 42 16 Ot 93 2 81 42 V. 711 93 1 61 84 1 86 93 9 05 1 Ul 10 06 2 07 34 2 41 L. M. Conklln 6 10 11 11 12 H. M. Woolman, and. flnb. of out lots A A 1 ! 0. L. Van Patten 76x162 It 1 John Thlelmin ' w 50x160 ft of e 100 2 C. A. Benson 8 : fianlner's addition M. Freelove W66 ft of 12846 M. Frcclnve w sort ore 100 ft l 2845 M. Kreelove e 60 ft of 1 2 8 4 5 Fred Uuttor ri%of IB 1415 J, Pepper ml/ 8 of 181415 Gardner's let iidtl August Reimer 93 802 880 8 05 1 51 8 02 6 01 381 880 418 1 8B 8 49 666 93 96 28 1 18 93 1 98 26 2 24 93 3 77 81 4 (18 93 17 48 1 57 19 05 1 93 12 08 1 28 13 86 1 93 6 04 74 6 78 93 8 90 1 00 9 90 93 10 56 1 15 11 71 93 9 63 1 06 10 69 Unhurt Bros. Bay F. Parrott Mabel Brown J. A. Hunter 1 2 3 8 9 nhfS nhf 1 2 RICHLAND TOWNSHIP. TOWNSHIP 83, RANGE 33. Int 4 Names. Description Sec yr Tax nst Tot'l W. H. Huston se se 6 93 8 88 24 4 12 John Markloy ne se 10 93 8 66 97 "" Luke Jordan ne ne 14 93 93 H. 8. Dobbins C Stevens U. W. MoNaugbt ae se ne se ne ne nw ne ne nw ne se nw se se se sw se se sw BW sw ne nw se nw 6 10 14 14 14 22 93 22 93 22 C3 22 93 93 93 93 963 412 423 25 866 388 24 3 99 24 _ __ 399 24 4 23 8 97 1 10 10 07 915 1 11 1026 8 72 98 9 70 8 97 1 01 9 98 5 43 70 6 18 6 27 67 5 94 8 94 1 01 9 95 9151021017 PLEASANT TALLEY TOWNSHIP. TOWNSKP 83, RANGE 84. LAKB T1BW. Names. Description See yr Clark Knapp Int* Tax cat Tot'l Mary Bohnenkamp 4 Whitney's 3rd Add- 1 93 9 97 1 Will 07 J. L. Strebf I 84 93 84 93 84 93 84 93 84 93 84 93 84 93 93 93 93 93 201 1 66 1 66 1 66 1 66 201 201 1 66 1 60 1 66 166 239 201 201 201 201 239 239 201 201 201 2 01 6 89 41 7 30 93 265 265 166 309 309 809 6 91 77 23 100 WHEATUND TOWNSHIP. TOWNSHIP 86, BAHOB 86. Int* dames. Description Seo yr Tax cst Tot'l B. Brunlng nene 23 93 1116 1 80 12 M •' aene 28 98 II 97 1 87 1824 " s20aswne «8 " — " wbtnose 23 nwae ' flW 06 Jo*. Schaefer nw sw 26 93 11 48 1 23 12 71 " *w sw W 16 11 1811012 W 88 6 8» 98 D 74 660 6 46 23 Mil 7» I 271808 23 98 11 48 1 28 12 71 25 9311481231271 10 84 11 84 Bangs & Sherman's 1st Add— N. N. Impson 9 6 93 Wattles'2nd Add- OarrolUmp. Co. 8 " 10 Blurloh's N. S. Add- V. Illnrlohs 1 OABROLL IHOOBPOIUTION—HOT PLATTSD. TOWHSHIF84 RAWUlffi. K lilt A • Name. Desorlptlon see yr Tax cst Tot'l C. 4N. W. By.Co. seswla _ Elsen part sene iusHaBaaley sene tt. W.Watties nese 6-66 a O. W. Hlilsr ne ee Ueo. Washington owae 2 a 6. W.Watties MM 16 a 24 24 24 _ U 84 63 299 199 662 878 199 801 26 47 88 79 99 84 346 287 TOWNSHIP 84 RANCH 84. BREDA INCORPORATION. TowMsBir85, RANG* 86. - Int* Description See rr Tax ost Tot'l Theo. IwolttJa »* «e 12 OT S 87 68 6 06 TOWNSHIP 85, IUNON si. Blair T. It, and Land Co. Sa swiw 7 «S ll» » 149 • BBIDA INCORPORAf ION. Int 4 Names. tot Blk yr Tax ost Tot'l ~. Jackson _. .broader X. Brunlng tr. If. onam > Ceo. 7,urn Blair T. L, and I-Co AnnaKnobbe Blair T,L. and L. 00 0. Bourooder BleUT. L. undL, CoBa OABBOLL INDKPINDKNT. TOWMSIIIP 84 HANOI SB. . Alken §e sw 8 a 18 98 8 89 68 8 97 A. L. A Louisa Ulllerseiwl8.0Sa 18 0.1 9871071074 P. M.GutbilenwnwBOa 23 9311671261^02 •• ewnwSBa 23 93 IB IB 1 68 10 71 N.O.Wilbur neeeta 23 W 2 68 48 801 r. MAFLIPABK. Lot Blk yr U. UllBOn Wm. Allen Int* Tax oit Tot'l 24 24 24 24 197 4t> 21 47 jg « ne ne 2 93 4 20 nw n» 2 A3 4 20 se ne 1 93 8 86 •w lie 2 93 8 36 nw se 2 93 8 36 swse 2 93 836 KAFLB OltOVK. ne 80 5 93 3 16 sw se 5 93 7 02 senw B 93 7 37 WKBSTKR. no ne 24 93 3 42 nwne 24 93 307 sene 24 93 3 07 swne 24 93 307 nenw 24 93 8 75 eenw 24 93 342 PLEASANT IIU.L. ne ne 36 68 7 55 nwne 86 93 6 K) ' se ne 86 93 7 65 ' sw ne 36 93 7 55 ' no be 36 93 7 55 ' nw se 36 93 7 18 • n 10a ease 36 93 1 87 1 n 10 a sw se 36 93 2 56 9 SPRIHO BRANCH. AnnaM. llalk nese 28 93 467 nwse 23 93 884 SB BB 28 93 4 26 sw Be 28 93 4 26 " nesw 28 93 467 »esw 28 93 426 HOFFMAN. Peter Gerber awsw 82 93 «91 83 774 Ben Poole A. Pohlmann 0. B. Crlttenden W. A. Young 4 70 470 916 9 IS 9 IS 915 358 78S 828 372 336 33 336 405 372 843 761 843 843 843 803 224 Gardner's 2nd add' Seili Smith 377 877 1 61 4 53 601 4 17 4 17 1 75 614 5 76 9 63 1 06 10 69 0 36 78 7 14 6 86 78 7 14 75 76 21 23 EDEN TOWNSHIP. TOWNSHIP, 82 BANOB 35. Int A Name Description sec yr Tax cst Tot'l Jos. Drilling ne ne 5 93 9 31 1 04 10 35 nw ne 5 99 11 26 1 20 12 46 " nes» 5 93 9 fi5 1 06 1't 61 •' nwse 0. T. R. 4 Wm. Barsby nene John Hughes nene 93 9 79 1 08 10 87 aone E. F. & Wm, O. Barsby 93 4 00 32 4 82 6 27 95 9 22 9 20 1 03 10 23 A. Mlsklmmons , Mtsklmmons nwnw •nw se nesw •e sw sw sw nene nwne 93 4 13 S3 4 46 93 7 61 89 8 BO 93 9 79 1 08 10 87 93 9 55 1 OS 10 61 9 28 1 03 10 31 9 86 1 09 1') 94 93 10 14 1 12 11 26 TEMPLETON INCORPORATION. Hit A Name W. A. Macombcr BOO 416 468 468 BOO 468 Names. W. A. Young Cnknowd W. A. Young J, L. Grove Unknown J. L. Grove W. CARROLLTON. Int ft Lot Blk yr Tax est Tot'l 28 47 47 47 43 ass 84 ARCADIA T.OWKSRIP. TQWKSUI** 84, 1UKOS 80. Int 4 Names. ^ Description sea yr Tax o>t Tot'l H DM Vogt ne nw nw nw " SB r»w „ _. '' . »w uw Fre* Broakipan no OBANT TOWK3HIP. TOWhSUII'.W, IUNOK 84. lilt 4 iNsniBH. Deecrlptlon 8eo yr Tax .out Tel'l livury Greeuneld ne nw 11 BO 7 64 _ 89 H 63 " senw "' »w nw W, Crlll 10 sow M Mary A. Quint 6.0, Quint Mary A. Qulut 3.0. Qnlut QLIDUBN TOWNSHIP. Vowjitiiu* 61, HAKUK K), Int 4 NHIIIO. Pesorlptloii 1n>o yr Tux oft Tol'l M.Buu.Utou M«e |»4.iO g... " ,, JtfR » • *» * • • Unknown Name. Lena Bubmltz Henry Fcngman Mary Knowlton HenrrWIndlBb K. H. Wilson Henry Wlndlsh l)uai>. Nenmeler & Son John Roth Lot Blk rr 7 3 93 8 93 93 93 93 93 Tux 65 65 65 65 65 65 93 1 86 93 8 24 93 1 63 93 S 62 93 1 81 93 28 93 4 76 P8t Tot'l 26 91 2G 91 91 91 !)] 91 163 9 18 1 88 4 16 2 on 49 j 589 A.O, Vnaakeh it. Cretstnfeer r» n« 82 93 11 0? 1 19 12 26 tiw ne 82 93 11 (8 1 19 12 27 se sw 82 • 99 B 76 72 6 48 6W sW 82 93 5 16 65 5 81 UUON RAPIDS Nnmo. lot Blk A. O. V . Kibble's Add— John Oopney W. f. Vannken A. Jordan Brntscheft Gs. Add— A. P. Kennick 7 0.1). lltPii.,Ljtou 18 " 14 Warner Ned B " C J> Hampton l " 2 ^.P. nallaway M L add 5 M.A. Zavltz 6 " fi V. M. Jphnson 1 " 2 J.H. Longhnn 4 Anna Sttic kenbrook \v>i4 Int* Tax en Tot'! 438 69 90 93 82 1 64 64 64 219 809 90 90 G4 497 1 18 63 1 70 90 90 258 3f.fi 1 18 1 18 90 93 10 92 1 18 12 II) "" 2 64 44 8 C. H. James . B. Williams Ella M. Pres»on K. Onrst M L Co add Unknown J. J. Allen Steel & Gam V. M.Johnson Ella M. Preston 4 H 6 2 8 5 6 7 B io 9 11 12 13 14 15 16 17 18 2 8 «•• 0 40 ft 6 26 It 6 2 3 4 2 8 17 18 11 11 Tl 11 18 14 14 14 16 15 15 16 15 16 15 15 15 15 15 15 16 16 16 15 15 93 15 93 18 93 19 93 19 93 19' 93 19 93 22 " •22 8 70 90 870 871 45 1 74 28 78 23 78 46 21 36 1 18 9 48 1 18 9 48 9 17 60 2 10 OPINIONS OF POPULISTS Senators £effer and Stewart on Organization of Senate.' Witt STAHD FIRM FOB SILVER, 93 12 05 1 B3 18 98 1 09 911 90 8 7(1 309 90 90 1 74 9(1 1 IB 1 18 9 G' 3 60 1 J8 1 18 2 in 1 18 91 13 09 1 87 11 40 93 90 28 1 18 93 90 28 93 93 93 93 93 93 93 1 18 90 90 90 9.) 90 90 90 90 90 9(1 8 70 90 1 85 a 09 2 19 93 17 43 1 77 19 20 93 17 4H 1 77 19 1W 28 28 28 28 28 28 28 28 28 98 28 82 47 1 18 1 18 1 18 1 18 1 18 1 18 1 18 1 18 1 18 1 18 9 ffl 1 18 1 67 3 60 40 269 21 93 8 71 764 45 45 46 45 1 09 9 17 8 07 CO 66 66 CG 1 32 INCORPORATION,-(NOT PLATTED.) SECTION 82, RANGE 33. Int * Name. Description seu yr Tax cat Tot'l W. U. Utidean 4A 50-100 a nw no 34 U3 18 39 76 19 14 E. Garst 3436-100 »80 sw 84 93 1 85 87 2 22 DELINQUENT MULCT TAX. Breda Incorporation— Int & Names Lot Blk TAX <wt Sophia shrotder 19 4 76 00 17 45 Arcndiii Incorporation— Theo l.umpnmn 19 13 160 00 34 70 184 70 Carroll Incorporation— R. 0. Unlberteon w 16 ft 4 22 150 00 34 70 181 70 Manning Incorporation— M. Freelove 8 !,<} 9 and D % 10 0 200 00 46 20 240 20 J. R. Wlukmt 6 Julius Rubeclt 18 Totnl 92 46 9 200 00 46 20 246 20 4620 20 NEWTON .TOWNSHIP. Int* Name Description sec yr Tax cat Tot'l I.E. Car bin John Owen A. L. Burton Chas. Carbln A. Bernlger E. B. Pnlne sw 1 nene 9 5 a 12 nwne 12 n hf ne nw 12 4 a ne an 12 no nw 17 T. J. & O. E, Levl se ne 27 " iw ne 27 James CalUnan B ht sw ne 33 591 665 20 6 31 273 60 535 297 297 347 6 64 636 41 590 312 81 593 326 820 398 6 200 00 Conn Wnnlda Incorporation— F. A. > linrles Mil L. Co. add 12 23 200 00 46 20 246 20 H. J. Muller .. Co. add 10 22 200 00 46 20 21620 RAILROADS VICTORIOUS. Nebraska Freight Law Declared Inoperative by Brewer. THINKS THE BATES TOO RADIOAt. OABROLLTON. Name Unknown J. L. Grove Unknown B. Hill •*. L. MeCurdr D. Ruokenderler Unknown C. Bboftdei R. Squires W. H. Grore Sand 9 78910 7 10 12845 6 78910 •2310 456 7 3 6 Lot Blk yr C Burnsey 8 Unknown 1 234 567 8910 BALBDH IOWA. Lot Blk 12 7 18 7 14 7 Int ft THX rat Tot I 289 46 8S6 874 W 646 N M 63 J. W. (Justine Unknown W. H. Crab Unknown A, IXMter K. Ramsey 1 2 -34 5 8 9 16 93 17 93 19 93 22 93 22 03 24 93 24 93 26 93 93 93 93 93 82 93 82 93 82 93 82 93 82 93 82 93 Int A T«x cat Tot'l 20 21 41 39 8 31 31 207 16 49 1 06 61 1 39 69 20 118 15 71 26 21 297 SO .26 8» 27 21 81 21 27 fcl 24G 89 74 135 70 172 96 41 149 36 9R 46 21 Unknown "i .Ttulitb itiirsliman UllllUONB 23 9 all 89 all all all 93 105 .29 184 93 37 86 87 26' WASHINGTON TOWNSHIP. TOWHIBU> 83, HiMUK 30. Int A N*w«t. Deaerlptlon. tee jrr Tin rit Tot'l OlauiAnthony nwsw 7 93 826 M 9 22 Cltus Anthony 2Qawh(ne*w 7 93 4 29 69 4 88 Onus Anthonr 19 80-100 gwhtsecw 7 93 4 18 06 4 70 8 IS 94 907 4 00 Vi<?4 88 8 70 1 OH 10 84 D W 1 06 10 CO 9 64 1 00 10 60 8 80 1 04 10 W 0 63 J 06 10 fl» Ol«o» Antbnnr 8B U-100 »»wsw n. Lohiueidr ~ Thw Bartung Mnt MoQrane Aug. Itoiiner Peter Joens K UoenfelUt WABHKN TOWNSHIP. TOWMSUIP 82, 1UHOS 80. Name* Ueaorlptlon See yr Tux csi Tot'] Jolin K«untu«ok ne uw 6 93 603 w fi 41 " UWHW B 98 046 m - -U, II. Httddlek no le 44 93 4 DEDHAU INDEPINDKNT. TOWM8UII* 82 HANOI) 34. Name Description see yr Tax oi-t Tot'l C. 0. eneery n« nw 16 W 12 19 1 29 13 48 INCOKFORA1ION. J. W. K«) 70-100 a iw iw A.PUon.. 1 anwsw P. 8. fauton " C.O. Qlbion Name MlosASIlfe 1C 93 16 93 16 93 a no lie 20 93 1 a se ne 20 94 Kit nwne 20 93 Town. Lot Blk yr 496 060 67 634 1 5H 1 02 646 745 89 (i(« 1 U!! 1 31 I'.H Vauton wiiiiaee Wilson o. U. OlUou (ko. tlaaena K. Wilson . llouiger 1 1 '! B 9 7 S u 10 IS 111 17 18 Intdt THX vxt Tot'l 46 21 (10 49 21 66 21 21 43 21 11 42 45 21 Holdt Thnr the taw I* Constitutional, Bat Present Rarnlus* of Roads Do Nat Justify the I'reposed Out In Rates—Mother ImdClilM earned to Death—Other Nebraska .••.•«!«, OMAHA, Nov. 13.—The Nebraska maximum freight rate law, which has been hung up in the courts by an injunction for a year and a half, has been declare!"» be inoperative by Justice Brewer, of the United States supreme court. The tie- I cision was made public today through the United States district court here. The injunction to prevent the state board of transportation from putting the law into effect was applied for on the ground that the law was unconstitutional. Justice Brewer, however, holds that the law is constitutional, but he declares that the rate* named in the law are too low, the cut from the rates now charged being excessive. On this ground he declares that the law must remain inoperative Btewart Thinks the Populists Will Be Able to Exercise a More Potent Influence by Keeping Aloof From EoteMna; Into Bn- tangling Alliances With Hither of the Old Parties—Peflfer Jfot Discouraged. WASHINGTON, Nov. !».—Senator Pefler has arrived from Kansas. Discussing the result of the recent election, fee said the Populists had no reason to fMl discouraged. "What we have lost in congressmen," he said, "we hare more than made up in votes. The reports generally published would lead people to suppose that we"bad suffered a material loss In all respects in Kansas. Such is not the case. In 1800 we had about 105,000 votes In that statej in 1B93, about 118,000, and in the late election from 1UO.OUO to $128,* 000, in the face of the fact that about 20,000 of our voters left the state on ac- 1 count of the drouth. We failed in the election of officers because we were net paired with the Democrats, but we have every reason to feel enconrnged for the future. In the country at large I feel confident that when the returns are footed up they will show our vote to be little less than 2,000,000, which is about twice the Populist vote of two yean ago." Asked if he believed Governor Tillman would co-operate with the Populists If he should be elected to the senate, Mr. Peffer replied he could not say, as Governor Tillman had never outlined his intentions in that respect. He called attention to the fact that Mr. Irby, who supposedly shares the political views of Mr. Tillman, had remained in the Democratic ranks. "Still," he added, "the time must soon come when all Democrats believing as Tillman and Irby do mnst ally themselves openly with the Populist party. The eastern Democrats are to all intents and purposes Republicans and Democrats of the Tillman-Irby stripe cannot long remain in the same party organization with them." Organization of the Senate. The senator declined to discuss the question of the probable organization of fhe senate after the 4th of March by the Republicans with the aid of Populists like himself; who had affiliated with the Republican party before they became Pop- nlists, further than to say the time was too far distant to speculate upon, and hi a general way to remark that if the time should come when the Populists should hold the balance of power in the senate, he had no doubt "they would exercise) that pOwer.continnously and wisely." " Senator Stewart of Nevada was less guarded than Senator Peffer in speaking of the assumption that certain of the Populist senators would aid the Republicans in the organization of the senate. He says emphatically that so far as he is concerned he will not enter into coalition with either of the old parties to secure the organization. "I don't care,* he said, "which of the gold parties control tfie machinery ot the senate. There ia no advantage tons to be gained by a combination with either the Republicans or the Cleveland Democrats. We do not care for the few paltry offices there are bestowed aud could not afford to sacrifice our independent interests as a party for them. So far ai 1 am concerned personally, I dc not care whether they put me on any committee or what they do with me as long as I am entitled to my seat in the senate and oan get into the chamber. In fact, I can ' raise more hell when entirely free from snob obligations than when bound by them." Fopnllsta Will Hold Aloot * The senator says he thinks the Popu- liate will ba able to exercise a more potent influence by keeping entirely aloof ' until snch time as the earnings of the t from entering into entiinglinR alliance. •allwnnfln mill J M '.t.l» H &l -1 1. 1- l&t. -1*1 _* it .. ^.. ° «'".M*y^» rates. will jtwtify the proposed cat in 93 16 KU 1 63 17 62 ' ' " 434 BUD 810 Oi UO IK) 847 178 00 00 BO 4U7 00? 902 1 IK 1 18 1 18 it 99 Ba UNION TOWNPIII1 1 Towhauir to, IU»UK 33, lnt& T Tnx 0*1 Tot'l » 11 28 1 -il U 44 II 11 64 1 IN It 78 '10 OUi JII11HJ " — ' ' " 0 B7 446 B81 SO 4B2 I OH 10 70 • 6M Niiuie. I)asorii>tlon sou W. L. Uulberliou »« n« 1 " BW »e 1 M. W. Otluiuj no »w 2 iiw sw nw aw lie SS) a ne no uw ii u 20 a tw no 0 a ue n« 4 H ne no 8 aue u« 10 tt tie tio B a •« ne 6s, >w ue la »w nu fi aiw ue aaiw uu 7 ««w uu 887110 4,2 . nw nu sw lie uw si* Orrln CurjMUter »ty mr uw 0.».es{UhBry»16aotii80tt ' " '* UW ne a va a Iu 48 0. HOUM uenw 4 93 ft&S 87 " BW BW i 98 B 89 »7 Uorrctt Scott Santenoed. NKUQH, Neb., Nov. !».—Before Judge • en>t « ttnd itobtnson Barrett Scott, the convicted ' """"" *" " defaulting treasurer of Holt county, was brought up aud argument!) for a new trial were waived. Sentence of Bve years in the state prison was thon passed and notice of appeal given. « Mother and Child Burned, HASTINGS, Neb., Nov. 1H.—The resi- denoo of Jacob Thomas, a merchant tailor of this city, caught Are from tho explosion of a gasoline stove and was burned to the ground. Mrs. Thoniui and her 4-year-old daughter, Edith, wore burned to death. Mills Will Beuneu. BBATWOB, Neb., Nov. ia.—The board of directors of the Uoatrlco outuieal mills has orfettuisnd by duett ing.L. B. Walkw president, A. H. ChlpperHeld vice prwi- dent, T. H. Burke secretary uudJ. H. Psunor trwuwrw. Tho niilla will reonoij about Jan. l. To Succeed Juilgu lloloowb, HROKBN Bow, Neb., Nov. in.—Tito Ouster county bar met and unanimously iudorawl Humor U. Sullivan iw u suu- oessor to Uovonior-eloot 8. A. Holoomb, when be ahullnwlgu hisixwitlou an judge Of tho Twelfth judicial district. aflaUtvr QIMW K»»t. BHATJUCH, Neb., Nov. 111.—Bov. W. L. Rtiuiaburg, iMwtor of Trinity Lutboruu ohurcli, bus reslguod bis pu»torate nud will romove to Maryland, ilu hcia b*«u engaged in tUo ministry here about seven yours, and U Uglily with either of the old parties and it is hto opinion that this is the policy which Will be pursued by the third party m the .—.. . , ., , ho wm jujTfaa thatt|iit be pnwned. Ho thinks there is no doubt that when the test comes Senator Jones will be found acting in foil bar. inouy with the Populist senators, and that if Governor Tilltnnn should be cbosen to succeed Senator Butler he will sjso be found in the Populist column, at will also the two senators to be chosen from North Carolina. This would give the Populists eight senators as against 4U Republican* and Htf Demooruta after March 4 "Tho only ground," he said in conclusion, "on which J should be willing to unite with the Republican* would be on a platform pledging that party to • free silver policy, I ilo not want any half way uieuauro such aa the coiimga of the American product on I should kuow that whatever was promi*ud would bo uotbiug but a trap. I do not propose.to bo oHught with anything'less thau u oompliuuoo with our complete deiimiiils." lloitlu I.ulhcr'i Ulrlhil»r. BBOOKI.VN, Nov. 18,—The Lutheran* of this city will oUarve tlw 41) th annl. Terwury of the birth of Martin Luther by holding • celebration, in AwoclutiouhaU under the aunuloe* of the Brooklyn Lutbuni league. , I1U., Nov. IS.-Rnfuji M. RuiUKay, state treasurer, died »t hU tumid iu Carlisle, Clinton county, of heart tlifioaso. Tbo governor LM 0044 Ibero. -The vaounoy will be filled by ftft Killed WMtofiuniiMv QIMII. »ppoi»tw»ent of the governor. t HAHTINQTON, Nov. »H.-\Vbila John Koch was hunting quail he aouideuUy _ shot bimsalf in the abdomen. Tuare \» 48 years uld, nwaijing trial (orltnTi^y no powlblo ouanoa for him to rucovtr, iu ! der of hi» aged mother, whom be WolMi Uio ttntire charge passed into hU bowoh. ; to deuib while druuk, hiuigdd uiMMMJIf in bis coll at AloyfttutusJUiMi ' •fMfA, Nob., 4|>ugluUa. Nov. j8.-Qovern» r fidwant B. t)>.uin J"dpoMbii Fourth JuOJiviftl J»4ge Wttltmt, who bavu caphjwd Oi« for , w o

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