The Algona Republican from Algona, Iowa on June 13, 1894 · Page 1
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The Algona Republican from Algona, Iowa · Page 1

Algona, Iowa
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Wednesday, June 13, 1894
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VOL xxm. ALGONA, iCOSStTTH OOtttlT^ IOWA, WEDNESDAY, JUNE 1«, 1894. NO. 37. -ANNUA ^ G << < •< N*W<V>»W*^W/*WWA^^^* I During the Whole 4 I Month of June— \ We will offer our ENTIRE STOCK of Dry O-oods, Notions, Clothing, Furaishing Gtoods, Hats, Trunks, Valises and Shoes at AWAY BELOW REGULAR PRICES. Every- thiugmust go. All Remnants in DRY GOODS, TRIMMINGS, RIBBONS, LACES SMALL LOTS IN CLOTHING DEPARTMENT, BROKEN DOZENS SHOES, WILL BE SOLD AT- .,:... We are bound to close out all Light Colored Light-weight Summer Goods .before JULY 4TH, We invite each and every one in to look over the many different lots of Good Bargains. . »—.^ I MistoriojiDopurtmen/ .. Yours, Here to Stay, 2O Per Cent. Less i than Regular Prices Ambrose A. Call, President. D. H. Hutchins, Vice-Pres. Win. K. Ferguson, Cashier. C. D. Smith, Ass't. Cash. THE FIRST NATIONAL BANK, •:. ..ALOQNA.-IOWA. CAPITAL, $50,000. iMxmev on Hand to loan at reasonable rates to parties wlio furnish first-class security Directors—D. H. Hutclilns, S. A. Ferguson, Philip Dorweller, TV. JF. Carter, Ambrose A. Call, B. H. Spencer, Win. K. Ferguson. CASH CAPITAL—$5O,OOO.OO. THE SUPERVISOR'S MEETING OFFICERS AND DIRECTORS,^ A.D.Clarke, Pros., 0.0. Chubb, Vice Pres., TUos. H. Lantry.. Cashier, Geo. L Galbralth, W. 0. Tyrrell, Myron Sehenck, Thos. F; Oooke. ... Algona, Iowa. GENERAL BANKING- Private Safety Deposit Vaults. Interest Paid for Time Deposits. •H. lugliam, J. President. B. Jones, • Vice President. Lewis H. Smith, " : Cashier. Kossuth County State Bank. ^ TAL O AT ftONA TOW A ' " • domesc excl ange bough ness transacted ness "»^ W. Wadsworth. Bariiflt CAPITAL $5O,OOO. en u ral laws ol Iowa. Deposits received, money loaned, foreign and and sold. Collections made prompt y and a general banking busi- tickets to or from the old countries sold at lowest rates. __..._ ^ | ^ bll G. srriith; J • B. Jones, T. Ohrischllles, Lewis B . Smith. J. evine. . __^_____^_____^__^_^_ ABSTRACTS OF TITLE! you to have an experienced Ab- he financial responsi- errors, .We have had If you need an Abstract of Title to your land, It will pay you to have; istraotor do the work. The ralue of an Abstract depends entlrelyjipon the bllityof'the flnrTcertfyine to the same, as they are held responsible lor errors, .we nave n-*o •twenty-'flve yearsiof experience In this kind of buslpess and guarantee our work. Our books •are complete and kept posted to date, Give as a call. JQ.. — O « SMITH REPAIRING NEATLY DONE. At Davy's Old Stand, opposite Tennant House, ALGONA, IOWA. (Successor to Q'Niell & Qettyj-Dealer In LUMBER, LIME, CEMENT, STUCCO, AND ALL KINDS OF BUILDING MATERIAL, B" dealing . "V"' ,'Haytog come to Algona to make a permanept home, I shall endeavor, by "square" 4eaim •. ,' wCbToWng a e^pWetoeU o| HnUeUw lumber, «M,, to merit a portion of yom- tr»4e • * Please J £ive me a'trlal, Yours respectfully. - &• «' JNvatv^i The Regular June Session of the County Board.—Much Business is Done. ALGONA IOWA, JUNE 4, 1894.—The Board met in regular session at 1 o'clock p. m. with the following members present: Chairman Chubb, Rawson, Smith, Hqllenbeck, Burton. The minutes of the lastmeetingwere read and approved. Besolved, That Bawson-be appointed a committee to examine and report on the petition of J. J. Ban wart et al, for bridges on south line of sec. 25-2765-30. Adopted. 1 Besolved, That the Auditor be instructed to omit from taxation for the year 1894 $1900 of the valuation'of J. J. Wilson on account of destruction of the property by fire. Adopted. Besolved, That the consent highway petitioned for by Wm. Warburton and B. F. Smith through sec. 19-99-27 be laid as petitioned for whenever the owner of the southwest quarter northwest quarter sec. 19-99-27 gives his consent for the same. Adopted. Besolved, :That the tax of Julia A. Neelings.on lot 7, in block 6, Bancroft, for the year 1893 be abated. Adopted. The following equalization of personal property was made by the board. EQUALIZATION PERSONAL FROPEnTY. « EXHIBIT "A." . Algona City—Cattle raised 20 per cent, horses lowered 15 per cent. Union—Cattle raised 35 per cent., horses lowered 15 per cent., mules lowered SO per cent, German—Cattle raised 20 per cent., horses lowered 30 per cent,, mules lowered 20 per cent., hogs lowered 15 per cent. Lotts Creek—Cattle lowered 15, horses raised 10,' mules raised SO, hogs raised 50. Eagle—Cattle raised 30, sheep raised 20, swine raised 35. LuVerne Inc.—Horses lowered 20. LuVerne—Cattle raised 35, horses lowered 10, mules lowered 10, sheep raised 30, Whittemore—Cattle raised 10, hogs raised 60. Jrvlngton—Horses raised 10, sheep raised 20, bogs raised 30. Burt Inc.—Cattle lowered-10. Crescp—Horses raised 10, hogs lowered SO, ' ' ? Bancroft—Horses raised 10, mules lowered 10, bogs raised 30, Sherman—Cattle raised 35, horses raised 55, mules raised 40,' sheep raised 100, hogs Buffalo—Cattle raised 30, horses raised 25, sheep lowered 20, hogs raised 75. Seneca—Horses lowered 10, mules raised 10, hogs lowered 10. . ',. Swca—Cattle raised 10, horses lowered 20 mules 25. •. - . s , : ; -Wesley Inc.—Cattle .lowered 10, horses raised 20. Moved and seconded that we adjourn to meet at 9 o'clock a. m. the 5th inst. Auditor's office June 5th. 9 o'clock a, m. Board met with all members present. ^Besolved, That the treasurer be instructed to redeem from tax sale lots 5 and 6 in block 18, Whittemore, for tax of 1892, on account of double assess- ,ment. Adopted. .^Besolved, That the tax for 1893 amounting to $11.90 on northwest quarter sec. 20-98-30 be remitted, ,the same •b'efng'^college land and not-taxable itu'll In fayor of laying on table the petition for bridge and grade between sec. 21-22-97-30. . . . In favor of making grade on west line 33-97-30 provided slough is drained without expense to county. In favor of making grade akmgsouth line sec. 18-96-29 petitioned for by Clark Peck et al. Besolved, That Bawson be appointed a committee to do the following work. , To make grade and repair bridge on highway between sees. 23-26-95-30. To build bridge and grade between sees. 16-21-96-30. " To build a bridge on sec. 4-96-30. t ;;To build bridge and grade on sec. 2997-30. jTo build two bridges over .Black Cat Greek between sees. 22-23-97-30. '" To tile the road'bstween sees. 5-9-95- kedyard—Cattle raised 35, horses -lower- 'lQ, mules lowered 10, sheep i'8tse4 70, bogs'lQwered'10, -• - ,,Plmn' Creek^Oattte raised SO, hp.r§es lowered IP; roulep l9were,<j §o,, value'for that year. Adopted. Bosolved, That the consent, high way of J. A. Carlson etaly beginning at the east quarter post of sec. 9-99-29 and running thence south on sec. line and terminating at the southeast corner sec. 9-98-29, be located as petitioned for. Adopted. Board adjourned till 1 o'clock p. m. Auditor's office 1 o'clock p. m. Board met with all members present. Moved and seconded that the, consent highway 40 feet wide and petitioned for by J. A. Winkel etal commencing at southwest quarter sec. 13-9829 and running thence north one half mile,,be laid as petitioned for. Carried. Besolved, That the consent highway 66 feet wide petitioned for by Ernest Bacon beginning at the northeast cor- neri'northwest northwest quarter sec. 29-97-28, running thence south, 50 degrees east, 2.20 chains, thence south 32 degrees 30 minutes, east 2,45 chains, tbenqe south 16 degrees 40 minutes, east 3.66 chains, to station one, of original highway, be laid and the original highway* between the starting and terminal points of the above consent highway be vacated, Adopted, At this point the board took a recess till I o'clock on account of the Odd Fellow's celebration, Resolved, That the Auditor be instructed to deduct from the assessed valuation s o£ lots for the year J894, the following amounts on account o£ de» section pf buildings by fire: J&tin. Puckmanton, lot 13, bjk, 5, Ban' C *A,- wd JQt 14, Plfe, 5, Bancroft,^, Wp, Pelt?, lot IS, nJfc. 5, Bancroft lot 16, bjk, 5 To build a grade on south line sec 33-3,4-97-30. \ To build a grade between 22-23-96-30 To ditch highway on south line 3-96 30. Adopted. Resolved, That the poll tax of S. Ferris for 1892 be refunded. Ileacxlved, That the road tax of $1.60 be refunded on west half south west quarter sec. 15-98-28, the same being an overcharge. Adopted. Resolved, That the road tax of' $1.20 on southwest northeast quarter sec. 795-28 be refunded tue'same being an erroneous charge. Adopted. The rest of the afternoon was devot- 1 * ed to the consideration of bills. Board adjourned till 9 o r clock a. m.» the 7th inst. » Auditor's office June 7th 9 o'clock a. m. Board met with all members present. The board continued the consideration of bills. Moved and seconded that the bills of Drs. Cutler^atjd Walters be laid over ried. , • *'','.' • Resolyed, That the chairman and auditorbe appointed a Committee to have water pipes laid from the -'city* water works to the court house for tlxe Besolved, That Smith be appointed; a committee to do the following work: To repair the Brayton bride. To build a grade on south line sec. 17-98-30. To make grade between sees. 4-5 9827. To make'ditch and grade between sees. 5-8-98-27. To make grade and ditch between sees. 21-28-98-27. To make bridge between 21-22-99-28, Adopted. Besolved, That Hollenbeck be appointed a committee to do the following work; To make a bridge between sees. 1011-96-27. To make a grade between sees. 14-1595-27. To make a ditch and grade on west line 31-96-27. To make grade between sees. 23-24'97 -27. To make a bridge on sec, 17-95-29, 'To repair mill bridge north-of Algo- To ditch slough on south line sec, 8696-28, To make grade on east line of sec, 12» 95-28, The bond of J, O, Hatch in the sum of $1,000 to do grading in Kossuth Co, for 1894 was approved by the board, ,Tbe following bonds were approved; 0, it, Pager, Justice Xrvington $§QO', John Uton, Constable Irvington$§oo, John B, Monsel, oierfe Ramsay $§QQ, The report of grand jury recommend ,iog that the, cjty of Algona should keep purpose of keeping the lawn spfirikled during the summer. Adopted. Besolved, That aid to the county, poor be continued for the month of June, in the several amounts now allowed. Adopted. Moved and seconded that we adjourn, till 1 o'clock p. m, Carried. At 1 o'clock p. m. board met with all members present. Moved and seconded that W. H. ISTy- curn arid-John G-. Smith be a committee to settle with Treasurer, Auditor,, Sheriff, Clerk- and Superintendent, Carried. - - Moyed and seconded that the chairman and auditor be a committee to repair court house roof and build a walfe from the court bouse well to the southeast corner of court house block; ried. • Moved and seconded that the nation of Dr. J. W. Kenney as physician for district No, 2, be ed and that Dr. Cbas, employed at the same" salary same conditions for a period year from June 1st. Carried, Moved and seconded that beck be appointed a and grade highway on south lio| §§«$$ 28, Carried, ' , X JU'«3 The school fund loan mad auditor since last meeting, proved, 5 Resolved, That tbe au4it strutted to 4raw warrant ^ allowed at tWs we§t« R«9Qlved ? That jite of

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