The Algona Republican from Algona, Iowa on February 3, 1892 · Page 5
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TI.IK IlKI'UKLICAN, ALOONA, IOWA, VVhhNKSDAV, M,l!fi(. 1,' >' KOSSUTH'S FINANCES. _ _!_,_•!• 1 ^.._.!^ | . L ^.-.J.-^.-^ . ,..,.. „—._ -. , d?o ttiw BoAtiD OF Stri*EttVi80its OF KossuTir COUNTY, IOWA: 'Your Comtntnlttee. appointed to examine the books, accounts,, etc., of ttie Treasurer and Audi tor* report that they have examined &11 the books, vouchers, etc. In hoth offices necessary for the purposes of their investigation •confining themselves to the period between June 1st, 1801, find Jan."2nd, 1802, both inclusive. After a few trifling corrections, wo find the accounts In the two offices as per the following statements. All vouchers have been exainin- •ed by us and found Corrrect, and all balances have been by us verified. L. ..1). C. B. I'ownshlps itnd Funds. nalunco Juno 1, fll Colloc- tions. Trims- Paid Out. Stntx- County Poor Jnstino Co. School Domestic Aniiniil ................. Solrtiors' Itellcf ................... Institute ........................... School Houso Site ............... Institute! for Feeble Minded ..... School House Bonds ............. ALGONA- Teiiclicrs Contlnjront School House BTJVFAJ-O- Teiichei's Contingent School Houso Howl Comotory Boiml of Health BCKT-- Teaclior.s School Houso. . . . Komi Cemetery •CRESCO- Toneliops — . Contingent School House llOll'l JPENTON— •Touchers Contingent ........ School Housts Bond Ccniutex'y GBBENWOOD— Teiuiliers Contingent Scliool HOUHO Bond Banorott City lAlnw.v Bon vd ot Health Slrtowulk OABVIELD- Tcuehcvs Contingent Bonn! o{ Health GERMAN— Touchers ....... Contingent Scliool House Roiul HEBRON- Teachors.... Contingent Road IRVINGTOX— -Teachers Cont indent School House Koiul Bom-'l of Healtli 'IiOTTS CREEK Teachers Continent School Houso Roarl ..... ........ . Library Bon rd of Health LU VERXK- Touolievs Contingent .Konrl ...... ... .. LUVEUNE 1ND— Teachers Contiug-ent City...: PORTLAND- Toaclicrs Contintrcnt School 1 louse Roiul PLUM CREEK— Teachers Contingent \ Teiiohers Contingent Scliool Houso Bond BAMSKY- Tcuo'iors . : • Contingent Scliool House Bond Cemetery BOM rd of Health BIVEHDALE— . Teuclior.s / Contingent Roncl... SENECA— Teaohers ..... . Continuant School House./ Comotory Board of Health SHERMAN- Tenchers Contingent School House Bond Board of Health SWEA— Teachers .. Contingent School House Road Botvvd of Health TJNION- Teaohova ...... , Contingent Road .......... Cpmotovy WHITTEMOBB— Teachers Contingent School House Roiul ............... . Board of Health •WH1TTEMOUE IND— Teachers ............ Contingent ... School Houso Road WESLEY- Teachcrs Contingent School House Road Cemetery ........... WESLEY INP- Teachors Contingent School House Road Cemetery BENt) IND- Teaohers Contingent Road..?. of Health 224 01 5780 (IS 1W)1 87 10201 110 7(ii 127 7K Bl (in 1 10W III (»)() 1)1 105 71 43 (X) 20 00 0!) 01 no r,7 07 «) 60 51 *4 s 1182 871 13 471 0 02i 3.14 1 80 31 13 K! 17 OJ 17 75; 375 (i 72 4 Mi 1. 94 0 89 39 09 9 30 10 03 1231 «9 95 40 34 2 14 31 31 88 8 49 2 37 10 90 $ 3174 00 fi">25 5H MO!} 71) 4154 01 !KO 54 1387 31 1115 13 471 04 377 37 •Ifil (X) 25 (K) I 37 2i)24 7'i 1403 08 12(« 17 513 n:. $ 835 07 1MX) 00 Mil 34 43 04 8 300(1 .10 12548 03 133188 4(i(ll 22 570 18 1052 80 717 41 MX) 00 304 51 573 <35 Total. - 2523 52 134tt 0!) 1201) 03 7 40 'I, . ,Tn.n. MR IK 507 08 3173 78 DIHII ill) *10(l 88 403 19 718 75 (•>()!» 77 53 i!(i OS 00 Si 09 01 2324 7'i 1402 08 12(12 17 513 ffij 175 lit 34 2!) 58 15 572 13 103 ''•' on" !):) 45 H7 50 73 439 Oli 201 3H 57 65 (K 501 f>5 121 (* 202 H4 27 44 1432 7f 313 24 4304 01 84 5318 70 02 i 134 48 2523 521 134tt 09 1209 03 7 40 3 42 2:1 01 i!4 <ill 408 31 128 55 2!!4 09 27 Mi 40 18 308 24 11)0 10 1 (14 2(1 55 41 71 !) S5 18 83 18 32 1134 flJJ 517 i 04 31!. 125 08 . 7 (12 . 18 as!. 13 (18 3 40 7 2!) 45 01 482 87 y £5 21 225 31 13 00 89 25' .13 Oft 38 32 17 46 4 54 J' »« m 70 f> 10 057 01 210 05 87 521 ;.M 07 1300 B 15 13 93 3 74 1 3 81 134 74 15 31 44 8! 38 34 *133 01 10 84 *40 11 47 4S 0 18 11 361 22 73 (171 57 GO 14 3!) $ 14800 10 225 00 123 79 113 08 573 ",0 185 04 87 24 20 81 3 14 225 87 70 1! 140 Hr 35 711 22 2! 193 70 08 57 85 !)4 570 55 121. 19 203 04 2.1 43 3!) 537 70 1(10 82 35 95 Oil !)0 l(i 11 (i 30 10 00 00000 G ,-,;:.: o A codec ooooo o o o o o o ooooo R iv H» B R B SSBBB SS SSS SS SSSSS * tl.ll '£ EEE E T I T Ball's Corsets, white and drab, 75c. Jackson Corset Waist, white or drab, 75c. Case's Boneless Corset Waist, white and drab, $1. Case's Low Bust Corset, $ 1. Case's High Bust Corset, $! .25. The last three numbers we wish you would inspect. These Prices for Present Stock and this Clearing Sale only, We have left a few Plenty of dress goods, sheeting, prints, ginghams, yarn, silks, table linen, etc. We invite yon to look over onr stools, gf clothing, boots and shoes before we February 1,1892. ill 31! 43 nil) 03 307 80 174 4(ij 174 53; 88 04: 140 74 40 113 37 7!) 035 30 148 W> 3»« 00 ) 111" 34 L I . 3!>7 35 j 170 34 35 't4 ] 850 80 ) ' fl'l 74 1 359 03 -J 85 84 1 84 33 4 000 li 1 101 57 333 lh 4 70 Ii7 1 373 5} I 335 !)( 1 8(1 31) 8 408 03 S 153 2H 3 105 54 8 01 Hi" 0 115!) 7( 3 inn 7; 44 28 18 44 7308 ?3 . 4 ~ 38 04 00 0. 7338 70 1 ! 01 08 - . • , •«••••>• , , 7358 , "(KI 04! 31 07] C51 (15! 305 »3i 205 !)3| 2!) 08 1 30 So! 13 (lit, 43 08| Sas 5(1! 1J4 87 i 335 O'-* 1 134 35 i 1018 (15 343 82 21 .133 07 1(1(1 10 50 (iO 201 J5 75 12 030 40 88 41 378 It: 7201 200 43 38 75 53 83 47 28 1038 18 1H4 3! Total in Township Funds J.1 r*v* 23 28 107 30 29 82 20 22 91 H) 73 73 70420 T.I1 2ii 9 90 105 01 20 25 30 30 142 30 3 (ill 40 52 no 1 78 03 5 48 10 57 145 01 10 93 14 93 • 20 00 2 12 19 17 4 94 18 15 225 *0 60 *220 *3 68 24 7 15 1 85 274 0 !)5 158 08 18 03 8 89 1142 03 53 10807 377 470 5 34 88 77 "171 * 3' 702 0.1J.I .J-t 01 H5 1159 70 199 72 1!«) 02 201 91 84 84' 559 00 107 K) 1 50 01 897 04 238 H4 297 50 «9 07 58 32 273 08 229 07 1407 13 74 453 34 150 80 149 85 84 88 29 11 491 88 125 80 87 28 5717 5.18 67 172 11 44 3400 \ 283 18 44 81 80 23 33 40 02064 329 3ii 40 10 (13 02 48363 80 02 10750 2043 0084 11)8: 347 * ' * * * ' 7358 82 43 0724 02 72 00 OS 69 70 55 76 ys 54 57 40 43 74 SOO *)£ ill) 47 28 1038 18 104 2» 10(i 20 188 Oi) 1258 37 305 33 32 84 718 04 171 58 217 22 199 03 235 97 140 01 03 6 16 37 00 140 23 11 84 15 3J 38 77 2351 387 03 81 87 00 82 05 42140 131 88 2097 34411 39 1C 70 1(1 14 !K 160 K 21 K. - 4 2' SO 3' 506 81 77 3( 103 8( 13 i: 58 8 10 0 lilt) 48 ii4 r>T si KI 45!)4 1R3 00 l«i 7f) J«J 8.1 20 35 150 18 4(1 113 22 13 Iflfi OS 80 03 Vtl 94 144 (10 o 10 US Oci ''" 87 2300 07 60 18 ;)!) 03 15 07 !)7 34 It !>4 sa 13 371 7!) 28 47 88 83 37 00 205 8;, 3)6 80 40 18 251 05 itt 01) (it 43 37 yo 361 88 fi5 35 (II !)5 105 (S3 i r>7 157 177 31 S3 00 33 70 351 8. r , 93 51 310 70 •13 04 a 6!) 08 84 10137 84 84 13 39 511 80 150 39 14!l 44 1(1 17 7 72 1(13 12 4037 44 01 5937 144 37 48 03 48 1031 24 34 61) 6 50 13 80 1809 078 89 320 44 39 75 45 17 93 52 42 °3 7 fti 0 ;iS 13 114 3877 3800 8 48 347 702 HE FOLLOWING IS A STATEMENT OF THE DIFFERENT EXPENSES IN THE COUNTY FUND. _r _ ._ NATURE OF EXPENSES. +->yl &*£ ~ ) . ^ ! *"* fc _?i is r-* '. CJ — ffi 1—* 1 ilsaiS \K \Hi vSM VrEwvl 1 Supervisors Koud Expenses Witnesses ,, Jurors Attorneys Sheriff ami Buliffs; Juil expenses, Including; payment for Jail, 5f Justice's :uul Constables Fuel, limits, janitor etc. for court bouse Assessors, towuslilp clerks, trustees Elections Books, Stationery, printing etc Supt. of Schools Auditor Clerk ot Courts Clerk Hire Orphans' Home... Wolf Scalps . Deaf and Dumb Insurance on CourtHousu.... Miscellaneous 25!! 20! 2 mi 048 19] ;;ii4 s;:i! rar oo! 24 20i ill KJi 2HS 80| TOO «o; 74 50; 7114 40| 515 r>;i; 5(K) (K) 1 300 fi!l : HI 25; 114 ;?(i; O'J 00; yon 04j o B IS-t JK 'jno 2i .;»> •!•: siiii Sf> !>:.'0 (XJ nsn «") ::sii ii") llil (15 :uo of) iflso oo: ta) mi: rou oo ; 510 11' 300 00,; m oo S 'Mi 10 1845 04 <i£4 ;i:i Dlfl 2i> ftitii 811 :.'l(i K? (ili-i i« 17'">0 20 SJit 45 Ki21 Oft layc. 4o 1200 oo sin MI !j«l 25 1.14 3« «4. 00 ;.'o y-i ROO on 519 O-i Total... > -Cil 12. r i4() 42) BOARD PEOOEEDING-S, Official Minutes of the Adjourned Session, January, 1892. Warrant Account. Cpuaty Poor Insane Sold tors Kellef.... Domestic Animal i o 43911 15386 154 1319 15 50051 435301 30398 1354043 3319 15 5U951 465301 4S011 15380 S6HOOJU FUND. Contract Notes. Cteto, .$47,188.80 .. 19.&50.35 . 4,549,03 AUDITOHS OFFICE, January 25, 1892. 1 o'clock p. m. * The Board of Supervisors met in adjourned session. Members all present. Minutes of the regular January session read and on motion approved. On motion, the County Auditor was authorized to rent the school lands in the county for the year 1892 to the highest responsible bidder. Oil motion B. P. Reed was authorized to buy matting for the floor of the Superintendents office. There being a number of bids for doctoring the county poor for the year ending January 25, 1893, the Board pro cecded to open and award the same. Ou motion Chas.A.McCormack was ap pointed County Physician for Districts Nos, 1 and 2, as divided January, 1891, at a salary of $140. J. E. Hill, District No. 8, at $130, and A. A. Beane, District No. 4, at $50, • No appointment was made for District No. 5. Said salaries to be paid at the June and January adjourned sessions of the Board. On motion the bonds of the following named township officers were approved iu the following amounts: P. M. Trimble, J. P., Ledyard twp. $ 500 G, H. Tinker, J. P., Springfield.... 500 D. E. Smith, Assessor, Ledyard.... 500 C. H. Stolte, do Springfield. 500 J. DeGfra.w, do Wbittemore inc 500 W. J. Burton, Twp. Clerk, Hebron. 1000 Ward Schneuler, Constable, Hebron 500 On motion tue County Treasurer was authorized and instructed to redeem Lot 3, Block 47, from tax: sale of 1886, said lot being school property and not subject to taxation for that year. On motion the bill of TUos. Henderson for grading on Section 81-93-89 was not allowed. On motion the bill of Thos. Henderson for repairing the Lane and Stader bridges and repairing pile driver was laid over for explanation. On motion the bill of W. W. Jones for herding cattle was Iai4 over for signature of S. W. Nelson. On motion tne claim of 0. C. Sfouson for hop tilled by dogs was laid over for pore evidence. . On motion, 3- 0. PA9«oi» was appointed a committee to take &e place of L. P. Lovell oa bridge an.d srtMje between Sec committee wwap at April session on bridge over the Des Moines river on township line between Portland and Plum Creek townships as petitioned for by Geo. Gorlden and others. On motion the Auditor was allowed $300 clerk hire for the year 1892. On motion the report of C.B. Hutchins and L. D. Lovell'a committee to settle with the Auditor, Treasurer and Super intendent was accepted and the commit tee discharged. See report. On motion the Auditor was instructed to procure one half doz. McClain's Code of Iowa for use of officers. On motion the Auditor was authorized to draw warrants for all bills allowed at this session. Resolved that the members of the Board are entitled to the sums set oppo site their several names as per diem and mileage at this session. Geo, H, Peters, 1 day, 10 miles $5 92 0. Rawson, 1 day, 15 miles 5 80 H, C. Hollenbeck, 1 day, 12 miles.. 5 44 D. Lovell, 1 day, 14 miles 5 68 J. Holtz, 1 day, 17 miles 00 Oa motion the Board adjourned sine die. Attest: J. B. HOFIOS, Clerk of the Board of Supervisors. LEAVING AND ARRIVING TIME OF TRAINS. Train leaves Enimetsburg as follows: C10INO NOllTH. Vo. ct passenger 4:23pm Vo. 03 passenger G -.13 a in Vo. C5 freight 3 :00 p in Vo. uo freight 8 :35 a m (JOING SOUTH. \ T o. CO passenger 8 :35 a 111 \o. IB passenger 5 :35 p m Vo. 04 freight 8 -.35 a m Corn per can, lOc. Tomatoes, per can, lOc. Apricots, per pound, 6c. Starch, per package, 6c. Soda, per package, 6c. Yeast, any kind of package, 3c. No. 1 Clothes Pins, per dozen, Ic. These prices are made by PATTEIISOH BROS. De Hunter—"I say, old boy, let's go down to Hot Scotch bay duck hunting." De Sporter— "I haveen't any gun." De Hunter—"That doesn't matter. There are never any ducks there." What measure are you taking to 'stop that cought? Let ue suggest De Witt's Cough and Consumption Cure. It is infallible. Dr. L. A. Sheetz. CURES WHERE ALL ELSE FAILS. Beet Cough Syrup. Tastes Good. Use in time, gold by druggists. Miss Ongwee—"I think your chatnas are simply horrid!'/'" Jeweler—"Yours, miss are irresistable." Miss Ongwee— "I'll take half a-flo-zed, please." It is an establish tliact that Do Witt's Little Early Risers have an enormous sale, and why? Simply because they areplesant in taking and happy m results. A pill for the multitude. Dr. L. A. Sheetz. Aples, apples, apples, Goc per bushel at PATTERSON BBOS. She was queen ot the boarding-schobl-i Had every girl for a chum; For she had surreptitiously ' Procured a boX of gum. , ', The PoimlaUim of Algona ', Is about2,500, anrl we would say at least one half are troubled with some affectiofli '; on the Throat and Lungs, as those COBfjI 1 ' plaints are, according to slaiistics, more> numerous than others We would advis^' all our readers not to neglect the tunity to call on their druggist and ... bottle of Kemp's Balsam for the Thro^ and Lungs. Trial size free. Large Bottle 50c. and §1. SoM by all druggists* Binks—"I don't like to complain about trifles, Mrs. Jingle, but my hash appears to consist largely of • fragments of dear- board." Mrs. Jingle (the landlady)— "Well, what kind of board do you expect for five dollars a week—polished mahogany?" Ignorance of the merits of Do Witt's Little Early Risers isamisfortune. These little pills regulate the liver, cure headache, dyspepsia, bad breath, constipation and biliousness. Dr. L. A. Sheetz. Editor "Well, that women as I "I saw her, but sir, did you directed?" she refused to Editor— (startled)— "WAS she dead?" tajfc^S The following bills were audited and allowed on the different funds: COUNTY FUND. John,,A Robertson, trustee LuVerne twp.$ 4 oo 3eo K Ludwig, clerk Prairie twp 3 50 J W Bates, clerk Irvlngtou twp 5 oo Stephen Nicholson, clerk Burt twp 10 oo J1J Hutchins, cow to settle Aud Treas— 40 oo ".? D Lovell, tlo —> 2918 >0 Chandler, board prisoner 33 21 WLJoslyn, ex to Estlierville 10 oo A A Branson, transcript State v.s Walk ins 10 50 T \V Bonn, brooms for 0 H 125 U F Reed, Superintendent salary ci» 25 T W Hayes, printing 2085 JWHinchon, printing 01 Jo J F Wedman, tax receipts 40 co 3 Reibsamen, clerk Buffallo twp .... s oo John 1'aul Lumber Co. lumber for f; H.. . 425 ObeU Robinson, J V fees State vs Kleinpeter.. , 980 1'OOK FUND. _.K(iarfleld. raed and attMedlnfamily. §40 50 H A LilUurldge, coal and groceries poor.. 1400 J P. Fohlln, digging grave for Mrs Medin, 4 00 Algona Cemetery Association, lot for Mrs Media-.• • 400 .T O Rawson, com poor farm 3 W Lew Wlllen, o.r beef poor farm 4 00 BBJDGB FUND. H 0 Hollenbeck, com work 370 Xlios Henderson, dr piles Manley bridge, 18 00 J V Gilmore, hardware for bridge 510 Bleeds—"In India a widely is burned after her husband's death/' Weeds— "Barbarous. In Ameirca the rich ones are roasted in the society papers." Come and. see how cUea.p you can get a horse blanket at P. 8. STOCGII'S. A choice line of fresh, at Hudson & Langdon's. teas and coffees The Hiindruuicbt !<»<ly lu Algoua Remarked to a friend the other that she knew Kemp's Balsam for Throat and Lungs wasli superior rem as it is stopped her cough instantly other cough remedies had no effect wft^l ever. So to prove this and convince jn of its merit, auy druggist will give sample bottle free, ' Largo and ?1, Brown— ''Yes, lie was a brave one who could meet death blanching." Fogg— "I see. The gen man was in the undertaking profes presume; or was he only a doctor?" Stough is lined shoes. giving bargains in women's Sanitarium crackers at LANGDON & HUDSON. Pur robes cheaper thau going without at P. S. STODGH'S. Breakfast Cocoa is very & Hudson have it. nice Langdon How's We offer One Hundred Dollars Reward for any ca,se of Catarrh that cannot be cured oy taking Hall's Catarrh Cure. F. J. ORBSBY& Co., Props., 1 ? oledo, O. We, th« undersigned, have known Hr, F. J. Cheaey for the last 15 years, and be- Ueve bjia perfectly honorable in all bus LOST. On Jan. 19th on the road east of Burt, a grey fur robe lined with dark red plush. The finder will confer a great favpr by leaving it at the Burt creamery. L. L. SALISBUEY, S in Dunn III W** I^V I 1 lh"P yLrnur\ '•"V'% I "V mam Mas IpBfe ii^-^RI • I F R \ LJ II I LH 1 \ Vr Aek Druggist for free bottle Dr. Milea' Canada maple syrup— something fine at '-" "LAN6DOK & BlIDSQS, iness tra,Bs*ction8 and financially able to carry o!iH auy obligation made by their WANTED :-^T6 exchange a goofl piecs of title valued at $8.00 per acre for a western farm or - town lots. Send description, ot what you have in your first tetter, Address, g. HEKKS, 138 Some ' Dayton, See tlje biggest lot of hwrae«s The Vitiated Blood When yo see Its impurities Burstingtl Th© Skin In Pimples, Blotches -vrf •id ,i» reported ttxftt |f "'

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