The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa on February 15, 1893 · Page 8
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AS TO COUNTY EXPENSES, Chairman Chttbb Tells Us Some Mote About the Poor Farm—Has Saved the County Money. He Also Talks to the Point on County Grades—What Comparisons Show Regarding Cost. To the Editor: In your issue of Feb 8, in commenting on the poor farm nnd on tho amount expended on grades during the year 1892, you say the board were unanimous in tho opinion that the expend!l,ures were far too extravagant for the results accomplished. This Is only partially true, and It is due to the old board that tho facts bo fully understood. In regard to tho poor farm, tho trouble was that tho steward had always been authorized to mannge tho poor farm as though it were his own, making all sales and purchasing whatever ho thought necessary for the use of tho farm, and, as no accounts were kopt, it was some time before tins board ruiitizod that they wore maintaining a rather expensive luxury in thoshii|)i! of a poor house. But, as soon itb Lliuy comprehended tho situation, a committee of the board was appointed to make fill purchases and sales, and from this time on a strict account will bo kopt with tho farm, and we hope for bettor results. It was never expected that tho poor farm would make money for tho county, but it has nevertheless been tho means of saving many thousands of. dollars. Before it, was built the county was paying as high us five dollars per week for keeping its poor. From that time till now the cost . of keeping tho poor has been very reasonable, and we arc in • a position to care well for all that may be sent there. But it is on tho more Important mat- tor of grades thatl would be beard. The board were not of the opinion that thoro bad been any extravagance or that tho results accomplished were not commensurate with the expenditure. Tho board felt that the tax payers of the county ought to be congratulated on the fact that tho board of supervisors had been able to accomplish so much for the betterment of the highways, after taking caro of their nearly two milos of bridges and miles of heavy grading in the approaches to them. Right hero our roads diverge—you say the expenditure of so much money illustrates tho folly of our whole road sys- I say it demonstrates tho utility .PJgffg. Pffl* MOiNEB; ALOONA, IOWA, WEDNESDAY, FEBEtUKY 15, 1808, ^^^^^^""^^^^•••^•••iMMMiaM^MBB^aMMftM^MMiiBftiMIIMHMttBiBiUMgfitMSiiitiliiiiiB^teaaaaMMaSflaaiLalj^^sij^^ -.-j~'-n-^-;.v..~^-~^ ^.-j^^^. • • ' — — — j- __ . —^^^^^^•^^"^"•••""•'••••••••••••••••••Mi'8'MB^aiiiMiaaiiaiiii^^ - • ,-jr * needed and take off all the surface water. This can be done under the law, as it is, if the different townships will take hold of it. Will they do it? ^ C. C. C3HUBB. Abraham Lincoln, When leaving his homo nt Springfield, 111., to be inaugurated president of the United States, made a furcv/oll address to hie old friends and neighbors in which he said, "Neighbors, giro your boys a chance." These words come with as much force today as they did thirty years ago. How give them this chancel Up in the northwest is a great empire waiting for young and sturdy fellows to come and derolop It end " grow up with tho country." All over this broad land are the young fellows, the boys that Lincoln referred to, soaking to better their condition and get on in life. Here is their chance I The country referred to lies along the Northern PaciHc railway. Here you can find pretty much anything you want, iu Minnesota, aud in the Red River valley of North Dakota tho ilne.it of prairie lands flttod for wheat and grain, or us well for diversified farming In western North Dakota and Moutana are stock ranges limitless in extant, clothed with the most nutritious of grasses. If a fruit farming region is wnntod there Is the whole state of Washington to select from As for scenic delights the Northern Pacific railroad passes through a country unparalleled. In crossing the Kocky, Bitter Roots, nnd Cascade mountains the greatest mountain scenery to bo seen In tho United States from tho car windows is found. Tho wonderful bud lands, wonderful in graceful form and plowing color, arc » poom, Lakus Pcnd d' Oreilio and Co3ur d' Aleno are alone worthy of a trans-continental trip while they are tho fl»henmm's untima tliulc. Tho ride along Clark's fork of the Columbia river is a daylight dream. To cap tho climax tbls is tho only way to reach the far-famed Yellowstone park. To reach and see all this the Northern Pacific railroad furnishes trains and service of unsurpassed excellence. The most approved and comfortable palace sleeping cars; the best dining cars that can be made; Pullman tourist cars good for both first and sccond-cluss passengers; easy riding day coaches, with baggnge, express, and postal cars, all drawn by powerful Baldwin locomotives, mako a train fit for royalty itself, l.hoso seeking for now homes should take this train and go and spy out the land. To be prepared write to On AS. S. FEE, G. P. & T. A., St. Paul, Minn. affable gentleman such as yon—the more so from the fact that, as a general thing, your countrymen are hot at all communicative." "Owl" said the Englishman In tefy bad French, "I only talked, you know, because it gave me a chance to practice my Frenchl" —Youthjs Companion. Armed at All Points. Wanted, a situation as clerk in a merchant's office for a young man of good family who has served his time in a wholesale warehouse. Three years' experience in affixing postage stamps, carrying letters and parcels, fetching newspapers, sweeping warehouse and back yard, dieting and lamp trimming, shoveling coals, .etc., has rendered him thoroughly competent for the above duties of a commercial career. Offers mftV Tm nslripassed "AT Q T-OOT,HI» o_j -_— |--'•-"•-"-*•' Gloriana? Yes, did you say? Well, then,= Offers may be addressed, ence."— Nurnberger Bote. . Mercantile Sci- tem. of the law that provides for paying road taxes In cash and letting the work by contract. The county cannot levy one dollar for road work, and it was not till the Eighteenth general assembly that tho board were permitted to use any money for that purpose. Now tho law provides that if there is any excess in tho bridge fund it may be used for tho working of highways, and provides that tho work shall be done by contract and let to the lowest bidder. The old board thought this was the right thing to do, and the present board heartily approve of their action. And while we hope by thoir experience to improve on thoir methods of doing the work, wo may possibly obtain no better result. They acted strictly in compliance with tho law. It is tho intention of the board to keep right on in this lino, and put every available dollar that can be spared, after providing for the bridges, into tho highways of the county. But if the tax payers agree that it is a matter of extravagance and a folly, and they do not want it, it need not be done, as it is optional with the board of supervisors. They may— not must. Of course if tho people do not approve of pur action wo shall hear from them in due season. Lot us compare tho results of our method of doing tho work with that s)t the townships whore tho tax is pn*' 1 m labor, Kossuth county, with a tf Je- mill levy for bridge fund has bulk/" 25 bridges across the Dos Moines river, beginning on tho south line of tho county near Livormoro and ending on the liver at Armstrong Grove, Most all of those bridges have grades above high- water mark, with small bridges in the grades. Every stream in the county has boon bridged by the county, and most of the grades mado. As near as I can estimate there are nearly two miles of county bridges. And out of this fund they have moved more yards . of earth on tho highways than have boon moved by tho townships, with a five mill tax, since tho organization of tho county. Tho road taxes in tho county for 1802 amount to about §23,000. And yot I confidently expect if thoro is a bad place in any of the townships that will require tho expenditure of an amount to exceed $50 to grade, tho county will bo asked to do the work, Our ability to do it will depend entirely upon the condition of tho finances after the bridging is provided for. At present there are very few bridges needed, and if high water iu tho spring does not demolish many of thorn, thoro will be a considerable amount that may bo used on tho highways. Our present intention is to advertise for bids to do all of the county grading, and if possible to lot tho work to one man at a stipulated price per yard. The work is to be done under tho supervision of a competent engineer. Wo bolievo in this way we can secure hotter service with loss expenditure. ' _That part of our road laws that provides for tho payment of road taxes in labor, to bo worked under tho direction of a road supervisor, if not a folly, must bo admitted by all to bo a failure, judging by tho results accomplished. White many of the supervisors do tho best they can, they have so many difficulties to contend with that I think tho very best of them cunnot accomplish over one-half as much as they could if the tax were paid in cash and they were allowed to employ thoir own help. I beliovo the people generally know this to bo a fact. Yet they do not soem to dosiro a change. At tho present rate of taxation there will bo at least a quarter of a million dollars levied for road purposes in Kossuth county in the next tea years. An straount sufficient, if properly expended, to make a good graded road on every section lino in tho county where it is A Trump's Good Idea. "Madam, I have every reason for believing that tho lady next door is greatly mistaken concerning your real disposition toward t base to whom fate has not granted the golden opportunities others have enjoyed for winning success nnd happiness in life. I nm led to this conclusion by a remark she mado a moment ago. "As I left her door she said to me: " 'It's no use for you to call there; she \vns_never known to give any onaa bite, and she is sure to send you away hungry.' "In reply I said to her: " 'It may be you are mistaken. Probably if she felt assured that she was feeding a worthy but unfortunate man she would do as much as anybody. 1 " 'No, she wouldn't,' she insisted. "Then I said to her, 'Well, just you peep through the blinds and see if she doesn't treat mo ns H worthy man deserves to be treated," and I havent's the slightest doubt but she is now watching to note tho result of my call." • The speaker was what the ordinary observer would call a tramp. The lady nt the door of whose home he hod called replied "Did she say that?" "That's what I understood her to say ma'am." "I'll prove to you that she is what all the neighbors know her to be—a fa,lse, good foi nothing creature. Sit right down here on the porch, where sho cannot help seeiiuj you, and if you will do your part, we v ; make her feel ashamed to over show hw face in tho community again." When tlia sun went clown four, hours later tho tramp was still there doing his part to refute a neighbor's slander, and a smile on his face indicated tbut ho was well satisfied with the result he was achieving. —Chicago Times, Wanted to Reciprocate. A few days ago a -negro's wagon broke down near Carrollton. A white man passing offered assistance, which was gladly accepted, and when the wagon was again on its wheels the negro expressed his gratitude thus, "Boss, I hope your wagon will break down soaie day and I can return your kindness."—Atlanta Constitution. More if Required. Painter—Then, sir, you wish me to compose some ancestral portraits for your new country seat? How many ancestors would you like? Wealthy Merchant—Oh, you can make about eight to start with. If I like 'em I'll order another lot.—FHegende Blatter. An Aristocratic Patient. Doctor—Will your ladyship please let me hear how you cough? Countess—I don't feel so inclined at this moment. (To her maid) Ach, Elise, just you cough in the same way as I have been doing all this morning.—Easier Nachrich- ten. ® What do you think of her? A little on the flirt order, to be sure, but a pretty bright and entertaining girl, after ail-always with an eye to business-ready to grasp the main chance, as it were. That's why she's such a success—why she's a favorite with the people. She Got Her Points from Me. That's the identical plan upon which my business has been made a success—pleasing the people with the finest Groceries and Seasonable Table Goods to be found in the city. Likewise in Crockery, Queensware, Lamps and the like-none are superior to mine, because I keep the best. Next Attraction is on Feb. 21 A Rnppy Remark, Merchant—What do you mean by using such language. Are you'the boss here or am I the boss? Clerk—I know I'm not the boss. Merchant—Then if you are not the boss Why do you talk like a fool?—Pick Me Up. The Howdah. The Indian howdah is a sort of car or pavilion, a saddle for elephants. Jt is a handsome affair with gorgeous trappings, and though of various forms is usually covered overhead. The driver ia not seated in the howdah, which is reserved for his master, but sits on the elephant's neck.—Detroit Free Press. But we present innumerable attractions every day-no end to them with us. Come in. "^\7". IF. Use Tepid Water for Inflamed Eyes. Cold water should not be used for bathing the eyes when inflammation is present. Tepid water may be used night andmnruing, keeping the eye carefully closed the while.—Hall's Journal of Health. One million three hundred thousand pounds of pickles and sauces are exported yearly from England to other countries. A dishwashing machine in a London hotel can, with tw'o persons to attend to It, wash 1,000 dishes an hour. A Suulrrcl's Mistake. L PROCLAMATION FOR A CITY ELECTION, To be held on MONDAY, MARCH 6. f 1 ?!?* 1 ™* 8 h ? r , e , by glven to the qualified voters of the City of Algona, Iowa, pursuant to the ordinance of said city, that the general election for the various city offlcers of said city will be held on the Sixth day of March, 1803, at which time the following city offlcers are to be elected, viz: One Mayor, one Assessor, one City Solicitor, one Treasurer, one councilman from the First ward to succeed Wm. Cleary onei councilman from the Second ward to sue- ml. £• "• Mottatt, one councilman from the Third ward to succeed C. H. Blossom, and one councilman from the Fourth ward to succeed F. E. Smith. Notice is also given that In pursuance of a resolution passed by the city council the following question: " Shall the city council levy a tax not to exceed one mill to purchase and maintain a public library?" will be submitted to a vote of the electors. All of which you will take due notice. Given under my hand this 10th day of Feb ruary, 1893. L. A. SHEETZ/Mayor. STATE OF IOWA. •A.-u.d.itor'e Office. Insurance Department. NOTICE TO OCCUPYING CLAIMANT. STATE OF IOWA, KOSSUTH COUNTY, SS. -Arthur L. Bigelow. John Wilson, James Callaann and James C. Savery, O. K. and J. B. Monlton, Andrew J. Scott, Z. W. Hazelton, Chicago, Milwaukee & St. Paul Railway Company, Chicago & Northwestern Railway Company, John A. Coy, Christ Anderson, Latin Nichols, and to all whom It may concern: The commissioner appointed to view a highway petitioned for by c. P. Anderson, J. Looft, and others has reported in favor of Its location as follows: Commencing at the southwest corner of Section No. Twelve, Township No! Ninety-nine, Range No. Twenty-eight, thence running east on the section line between Sections Seven and Eighteen and terminating at the intersection with road at the southwest corner of Section No. Ten, Township Ninetynine, Range Twenty-eight; and all objections thereto or claims for damages must be filed lj } !5 e lo??*/ aualt °r's office on or before noon of ttie 28th day of March, A. D., 1803, or such highway will be established without reference 45 County Auditor. We are prepared to furnish money on real os- i 1 !*™ 101 " rate of Intere3t and give option to pay S100 or more »ny year. We can save you money. Wild lands for sale on easy terms. Special attention given to the sale of Improved farms, for which wo have constant Inquiry. We are the successors of W. H. Nycuin. C M. Doxsee, and A. D. Clarke & Co. in the ab- Htract business, and make a specialty of furnishing reliable Abstracts of Title on short notice. Insurance written In first-class companies. We have compiled the only large of eyor made, showing all railroads, wagon roads, streams, owners' names, etc. Size, 3 by S ft' price, »3. Call or send for a copy. HAY & RICE, Algona, Iowa. THE ALGONA SUPPLY HOUSE Will furnish you anything In the line of CREAMERY ; SUPPLIES, Prices guaranteed. Send your orders when in need of anything, and they will be attended to promptly. S. S. [FOB PUBLICATION.] DKS MOINKS, Iowa, Feb. 7, 1893. Whereas, The Northwestern National Insurance company, located at Milwaukee, in the state of Wisconsin, has filed In this office a sworn statement of its condition on the 31st day of December, 1892, in accordance with the provisions of Chapter 4, Title 9, of the code of Iowa, A. D. 1873, and amendments thereto, relating to Insurance companies; and whereas said statement shows that said Insurance company has complied with the laws of this state relating to Insurance. Therefore, In pursuance of law, I, C. G. McCarthy, auditor of state, do hereby certify that said insurance company Is authorized to transact the business of are Insurance In the state, by agents properly appointed and authorized to acknowledge servfca of process for and on behalf of said compauy, as required by said law, until the 31st day of January, A. D. 1891. I further certify that the statement shows— 1st. The actual amount of paid- up capital of said company, Dec. 31, 1892, to be ..« 000,000.00 2d. The aggregate amount of assets of said company, Dec. 31, 1882, to be :.' .1,716,016.01 3d. The aggregate amount of liabilities of said company, Including the amount required to safely re Insure all outstanding risks, Dec. 31, 1899, to be 1,310,401.84 4th, The aggregate incomn of said company for the year 1892 , to be 724,689.85 5th. The aggregate expenditures of said company for the year 1882 to be 043,023.19 In testimony whereof I have hereunto subscribed my name and affixed the seal of my of- lice the day and year above written. C. G. MCCARTHY, Auditor of State. NOTICE TO OCCUPYING CLAIMANT. STATE OF IOWA, KOSSUTH COUNTY, SS —Herman Goltz, John O'Mahl, Ole O. Guam,' Susan L. Toquam, Brick J. Toquam, John Hundt, Ole G. Frandle, Emll Goltz, Edward S. Engeset, Ole J. Sabin, John E. 6sland?C. S. Pendleton, John J. Maland, T. D. Crocker Louis Selber, Charles Ra r , and to all whom it may concern: The commissioner appointed to view a high man Goltz, and others has reported in favorer Its location as follows: Commencing at the southwest corner of Section No. Twelve, In Township No. One Hundred, Range Twenty, seven, west 5th P. M., Iowa, and runninR thence south on section line to the southwest ih^ er S f Sectlon N °- Thirty six, same township and range; and all objections thereto or claims for damages must be filed In the county auditor's office on or before the 28th day of * tT, cl l' 4/ .• 1893 ' or sucl1 highway will li« es tabllshed without reference thereto. Witness my hand and seal this 24th day o January, 18(53. C . M. DOXSEE, * a County Auditor. KOTIQE TO OOOuTYING CLAIMANT. r, , KOSSUTH COUNTY, SS. Wm. Rabe, Stephen Booth, Ella G. Vaughn. Wm ' 5°? blns ' S&s - Callanan and Jas. C. Sa! T2I7'T M11 T e ? le JR per ' and Jacob R les, John Isch Jr., John E. Hagner, Tred Harms, Gerhard Panke, Alfarata Watson, Sarah Mltoh- eU, and to all whom it may concern- w T J? e c fl mmls |lpner appointed to view a highway petitioned for by Fred Harms, S. Booth, and others has reported In favor of its location as follows : Beginning at the southeast corner of Section Ten, Township Ninety-four Ranca Thirty, west 5th P. M., running theice east on section line and terminating at the southeast corner of Section Twelve, same township and range, at the same time vacating the road co . t on No. Ten, same township an<f range, and running thence east on the Ttialf -section 1 ne to tnw^g, 1 uar , ter P 0 »t ot Section Twelve, same township and range; and all objections there- .%.— *'••"**«! 4*1 j^« jkvu<j. ui" BUCh bifzll" the'reto! established without reference VYJCDGSB Illy lid lid And Rpfil thin *5d.fli /I IT* f\t January, 18/3. C. M DOXSEE. 7 M ; County Auditor. NOTICE TO OCCUPYING CLAIMANT. STATE OF IOWA, KOSSUTH COUNTY, SS —-F. L. Stayner, Peter J. Jensen, J M Cham- AJvi£. mar A H T Bro ° ks . Charles' E.' Ware, A. J_Ev»rts, A. J. and A. B. Dunlan S H Grannis and G. M. Palmer. P. J. Byrne Pel TPV Ainrtarttt TT> *J E» y .,i~* *^^»i*u t j. o .--', S. M. Beeson, Charles wr'Boyd" Welfare, and to all whom It may con •£v'?JH?u£ ls ? io , ner Appointed to view a high- 'ay petitioned for by F. M. Evans Wm M m m ™af d <' * nd ou j e f? has Deported in' favor of Its location as follows: Bealnnlne at th« southwest corner of SecUra No Five In ntaI n we aP t5? h °P N ^ e ^- nlue ' Ra "8e Twenty? ill lie, WBoL utfl Jci At, Io wa *«*"' »ifm™j— _ AI * NOTICE TO OCCUPYING iLAIMAMT. STATE OF IOWA, KOSSUTH COUNTY. SS —G. L. Carroll, August and Herman Dau, F M Taylor and to all whom It may concern wav^ «commissioner appointed to view a high £hL? 6tItloned , f ?E br Au euat Dau, Joseph Thompson, and others has reported in favoro its location as follows: Commencing at th northeast corner of Section No. Thirteen i Township No. Nlnety-six, Range No. Twenty e - J west on the section line and terminating at thi ifwsection with the the county highway a nv.lS, 0 .^^?'? p ? st <£ Sectl ° n Fourteen -„ ..—, BU Twenty-nine Ha?^'?^* 1 '' anda11 objections thereto or claims for damages must be filed In the county auditor's office on or before noon of the 28th dav of March, A. D. 1803, or such hiKhwav ,te"**5"t?5 J vith ? u * "towSSe th g ereto y DO YOU WANT A WELL? Wo do all kinds of well work, such as -Life. Beuaou for Politeness. The supposed English lack of grace iu discourse nnd iu tho blandishments of social intercourse ia a matter for continual amusement to tho French. They have ft theory that if an. Englishman shows himself gracious it i because he haa some personal end to servo— vhich, moreover, he Is prouder of serving t an he is of being gracious. It Js w lated in a French paper that M. pudhom ue, while traveling by rail, fell in with ai Englishman who talked steadily with him in French for an hour and a half, When hey parted the Frenchman said: I am • ery happy to have ha4 this oppo^ MTJjitv T-V VPnu«r»/» nt-.. !.„ „ *_. . tf-i ' mxsting^iu trying to. bcT"ija:aepeuaouT^~cou'Vi"«»cp—, Drilling, Boring, Gleaning and in fact all work In tho well lino. Water or no pay. Also put in pumps, set up wind mills, and do repairing. Cuttle takou iu exchange for work. FRASER BROS. & NELSON. Scientific American Agency %.„ CAVEATS, _TRADB MARKS, SU'S»L%TJMIT», 4 IS" iy& FOR BENT. GRASS LANDS. For Mowing Purposes Only. The following described lands will be rented for mowing purposes only for the coming season. Sealed bids will be received up to March 1 next, and leases will be made to the highest bidder. Security must be given if called for Mark bids " Grass Bid" on the outside of the envelope: The southeast quarter of 2 97 "7 The south west quarter of 2 97 07 The southeast quarter of 3 07 27 The south west quarter of 3 97 27 The north half of southeast qr.. 7 07 27 The northwest quarter of 8 97 07 The southwest quarter of 8 97 27 The northwest quarter of • 9 97 27 The southeast quarter of 9 97 27 The southeast qr., southwest qr,, and west half of southwest qr. 10 97 27 The" southwest qr., southeastqr., and east half of southeastqr.. 10 The west half of southwest qr.,17 The northeast quarter of 17 The northwest quarter of 17 Tho southeast quarter of 18 The northeast quarter of 19 The northwest quarter of 19 The southwest quarter of 19 The southwest quarter of 28 Tho northeast quarter of 29 The northeast quarter of 30 The northwest quarter of 34 The southwest quarter of 34 Tho northwest quarter of 9 WM. H. INGHAM, ALGONA, IOWA. 45 — DOXSEE, County Auditor. 07 97 97 97 97 97 07 07 97 97 97 97 97 95 27 87 27 27 27 37 27 27 27 27 27 27 27 27 ORIGINAL NOTICE. STATE OF IOWA, KOSSUTH COUNTY-In District Court. February, 1803, Term.-C 0 Chubb against Joseph I.' Church and Eliza E. Church, husband and wife, and James Callanan and James C. Savory "«""«•» To all of the above-named defendants: You are hereby notified that there is now on me S act}on? n °t'h the £ lalB ! 1 ? ln the above-entitled ?ia/5SnSanrt° ii eoltlleclerlt or sal< l C01 'rt, claiming and asking a decree of said court quieting his title to the following desorfbed lands In Kossuth county, Iowa, fo-wit- The northwest quarter of Section Fourteen, and the southeast quarter of the southwest quarter of Section Ten; and the west half of the southeast quarter, and the east half of the northwest quarter of Section Fifteen; and the southeast quarter of the southwest quarter of H ^V a « e A? lvngei ? we " ty-nln °; and'the ?iorth ±iSSSJ^!^ B ^K» S£«?« »' the north- half anathe southeast miartnr of t east quarter of Section Twenty-two,' Ninety.are, Range Twenty-nine, ali ^t?*> S;.¥'' JI ° w a, as against all of I -, Township , ....,„, all west of i^~" v J* -• ".i.-""'"! «o uuumst all of the above named defendants; ancT unless you appear M°"S?«S e '2»2.95.2**?'°" Soon o PP6ar tt , trict court, to be begun holden at the entered against you ana thereon. W ^u^muix, - 42t * Plaintiff's Attorney. This Is to notify all persons that 1 have given my son, Wm. Seamear Jr., his time, and hereafter I will claim none of his earnings nor pay any debts contracted by him. 4 7* a WM. SEAMEAR. •\fONEY TO LOAN— •^ ON RAILROAD LANDS. Persons wanting to borrow money on railroad lands will do w«H to call at th» Kosiutfe County Bank and briny their contract*. T .EGAL BLANKS H. A. SESSIONS, Dealer in both granite and marble Monuments i Headstones, ALGONA, IOWA. Satisfaction guaranteed In all cases. of Section SlY, Township Nlnety-nine? Bu£ TwentT-elght; and all objections thereto o? S a rtffn^2 r 2 alna G (J 8 must be filed in the county auditor's office on or before noon of the sstf, day of March, A. D. 1893, or such wift be established without reference 45 County Auditor. HOTIOE TO OOOUPTIKa CLAIMANT. STATE OF IOWA KOSSUTH COUNTY SS pj' ?' L 2 th , am ' ^ olm Tl8 S« «• * St. £ Ry Co., Jas. Callanan and Jas. C. Savery C H Hinkle and to ' ., . as. . avery C Hinkley, and to all whom it liar concern'- The commissioner appointed to view a hi'^ ay petitioned for by ¥. M? Danlela Tjohn Ta5 — "v wui*4 mioai\j 11 oi ttlJ UU W petitioned for by ¥. Jt. uam ., 8 ,, onn ^^ north of Range ] M y. and running lu «"ce nort said section and terminating corner of Section No. Tl No, Ninety-five, north of I &l^%^&^&J?:jv««r& highway will thereto. *•** **• *J\jJi. f? Pj K i County Auditor. NOTICE TO OCCHPYINfi ILAIMAMT. nust VB fltort ii ;2"m or claims for damages and're"eBt'ab^ GUABDIAFB HOTIOE, .Notice is hereby »\r^^'a^^i(U'ff^^\^^^ri^vs^^

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