The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa on June 10, 1896 · Page 5
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PPPBR BBS .MOasa. AMONA, IOWA, JIM 10,1896-StJMBMEKT, THE COUNTY BOARD. The county board met for the "regular Jufle meeting Monday, The chief business before it was locating grades and bridges. A question has arisen about collecting the one mill county toad tax in in< oorporated cities and towns and on rail* way property in such cities and towns Attorney General Remley has rendered an opinion that it cannot be collected. Several counties will join and get a decision in the. courts. The board or* dered Auditor Calkins to join and assist in securing such decision, A question arose as to the deputy sheriff's salary, and a claim for $300 by Sheriff Samson was laid over because of his absence in Texas, GRADES AND BRIDGES. Smith reported favorably to building a grade between 28-29 in Eagle: made committee to build same. Hollenbeck reported in favor of building a bridge between 24-25 In Prairie: made committee to build same; also in favor of building grades between 22-27, 33-34 and 26-27, in Buffalo; made committee to build same; in favor of building bridge between 13-24 in Prairie, also grade; made committee to build. Chubb reported in favor of building a grade between 15-22, 22-21 in Lotts Creek, in favor of building a bridge and grade between 17-20 in Whittemore: made committee to build both. Burton reported in favor of building a 36-foot bridge on state line north of 9 in Springfield; in favor of building a 32-foot bridge between 9-16 in Springfield; in favor of building grades from northwest corner of 10-100, 27, south, to south west corner of 34-100, 27; in favor of a grade between 25-36, 26-35, in Springfield; in favor of grade between 25-26 in Hebron; made committee to build each of them. Smith appointed to build grade on north of three in Ramsay. Chubb appointed to build two bridges over Lotts Creek between 17-20 and 2029. Barton is a committee to build grades and bridges between 11-12, 1-2, 35-36, and 26-25 in Irvington, and between 11-12, 1-2 in Sherman. Smith is committee to build grade between 5-6 in Ramsay, and to build grade on north line of 6-99, 29. Hollenbeck is committee to build grade and bridge between 24-25. 2326 in Prairie, and to build grade between 22-27 in Wesley. Burton a committee to build a grade on east line 33 in Springfield. Barton committee to build grade and road between Prairie and Lu Verne. EQUALIZING VALUES. The board raised and lowered township assessments as follows: [The figures indicate per cent.; a star <*) indicates raised; a dagger (t) Indicates lowi'rprt.l Algona Hurt..,. Buffalo Bancroft Oresco ... Eagle Fenton Greenwood Garfleld Germania Grant Hebron Harrison Ledyard Lous Creek.... Lu Verne Lu Verne Inc... Lincoln Portland. .,..,. Plum Creek.... Prairie...:..... Ramsay Rtverdale Sherman Springfield . Swea Seneca.,,, Union..,. .,.,.. "Wesley Wesley inc ,,.. Whlttemore .,. Whlttemore inc Irvington .,...,' Swea City Ledyard inc.... *15 t20 *20 *15 *50 tlO *5 *15 t!5 tlO tlO *5 *30 tlo t!5 "*5 *5 *5 *15 t20 *20 *15 *30 *25 t5 HO *10 *ao +16 +20 *20 *30 "*5 +30 *5 *10 *20 +45 *15 *25 +25 *10 +15 *30 *10 *25 *10 *25 *25 +30 +30 +25 *25 *35 *10 *ao *30 *40 *5 •15 +20 +10 *90 *125 *ao +95 +20 *100 *50 +30 *20 *100 *30 *:io .*90 *25 +35 M +20 +20 +30 +30 +20 *30 +20 *00 +15 +30 *10 +20 *60 +15 TO CHECK UP COUNTY BOOKS. J. J, Ryan and W. H. Nycum were appointed a committee to check up the books of the cdtinty officials. DEWflr StfRVEIfdft AP*d G, S. foster 1 wan approved by ihe board as deputy county surveyor 1 . AN ADJOURNED SfissloN f The board will meet June 29 to finish up-grade rnd road business, tiOUNf 1? DOCTOBIftG. The county doctoring for the south half of the county was let to Dr. Me' CormacU for $250 for the year. ROUTINE MATTERS. Bond of W. W. Haight of $1,000 on county grading approved, Hollenbeck appointed a committee to expend county one mill road tax in Wesley as asked by township trustees. Smith appointed to investigate into the condition of Mrs. Brooks and to take such steps as are necessary. County attorney instructed to accept service of notice and in suit of Mary B. Munch and Ed. Engler, to have case settled at this term of court. Secretary of Hobart creamery shows amount of milk brought from poor farm for 1895 to be $223.06. Auditor's report shows fees April 1 to June 1, $71.50. Clerk reports fees April 1 to June 1, $109.70. Following bonds approved: Geo. E. Marble, $500; W. H. Raney, $500; H. L. Bald win, $500. Treasurer reports fees Jan. 1 to June I, $25.30. Grade petition of N. Till money laid over. Barton is a committee to view highway asked by Jos. Walker and report. Petition of NeU Johnson for highway laid over. Consent highway asked by W. H. Kuhn laid and vacation granted when new road is passable. Road asked by Frank Weimer laid. Treasurer instructed to redeem W hf S W 26-97, 28 from tax sale. Tax of C. Bell in incorporated town of Whittemore for 1894 abated on valuation of-$200. Board drew salary as follows: Chubb $8.29, Hollenbeck $9.44, Burton $7.48, B. F. Smith $11.36, Barton $9.68. Schedule of Claims. CODMTV. Matt ParrottA Sons, stationery. 9 1)550 J. W. Robinson, locks, etc 25 75 C. M. Doxsee. hardware 485 J. W. Stott. clerk Portland 7 00 Courier, publishing proceedings •. .. 3100 Z. C. Andrews, twp, clerk, 88 6 00 L.J. Newel,same.812 600 M. Starr, publishing proceedings, etc — 56 25 Acres, Blackmar & Co.. stationery 1750 B. V. Crose. fees In state cases 102 41 Mrs. Whltehlll. washing quilts 10 00 Upper Des Molnes, printing : 5800 8. L. Scott. tru«ee 600 N. H. Beard,name 400 M. Mammoser. same 2 00 O. Boblnson. Justice fees (5 60 C Blppentrop, trustee 450 W. F. JenkliHon, clerk 600 II. L. Baldwin,trustee 1000 J. A. Carlson,same 600 A. B. Adolphson. clerk •. 600 0. Boblnson, Justice 660 K.L. Tattle,clerk,811.10 560 A. Rank, stationery 1200 J..1. Wilson.grass seed 200 S. Sitmssey, trustee 4 00 M. C. Grler, transcript In Lacy vs. County. 40 00 O. Boblnson. Justice 200 P. Dorweller.clerk.$8 600 S. Roupe. clerk, 810 8 00 J. A. Orr. piilntlns 8 50 E. H. Clarke J. P.. Slate vs. McGovern.... 7 75 Mime, State vs. Kennedy 7 25 Same, State vs. Wm. Van Schalck 5 85 Same, State vs. Parsons 7 00 Same. State vs. Coe 600 Same, State vs. Cot 585 Same, State vs. Hayes 535 Same, State vs. Hurley 850 Same, State vs. Hart 6 60 Same, State vs. Andrews . 535 Same, State vs. Law 700 A. Hutchison.clerk 200 D. A. Haggard, board of equal 200 J. W. Wttdworth, same 200 P.-L. Slogle, same • 2 00 L. J. Bice, same 200 E. E. Bayers, same.... ... 200 M.Chapln.same 200 W. K; Ferguson, same 2 00 T. Henderson, same 200 Carter4Hussey, stationery 895 H. Evernham. trustee «00 W. and L, £. Gurley. repairing transit.... 50 00 Am. Exp. Co., Exp. on transit 215 B. F. Reed, salary 194 H. P. Batch, clerk 9 F. D, Calkins, expenses ,9 A. n. McGregor, window shades 2 G. M. Parsons, clerk, 89 8 F.Vincent, stamps 660 A. Mlehe. trustee.... 600 E. H. Clarke J. P., State vs. Cluk et al.... 6 50 Mulllca & Ohnstedt, shutters for recorder 30 00 3.F.CfoM6letk t lu«ahttyOase4.......... 11909 B. W.Barae.coramlsilonef.... ...... .. .. 200 A. B.Nauaalh.eoM. ............. ..... 710 J»s.mt«rMfl.tH<tM.fofc«Urt house.... 270 [own Ins. ttebfo minded, clothing ....... . 10 60 B.M. Gardner, appraising damages on Marshall p'rtritYrig Co!,' VtaVloneVy .'.'.'.'. '.'.'.'. 24 80 9 V f tWiAA fiiiatiitiA • • • • 1 0 ftfl 9* «i vivMii yvnuwn** « * * • * •* •**•*-****.***** iv oy ^E.McLauahllh7Board of Equalization.. 400 H. J, M»hri, trustee. . M > • • •• • < ........... •, 2 00 Courier Bookbinding Co.. stationery. ..... 17 80 B. p. Hbllehbeek, Twp. clerk. ......... 5 00 Hebron Twp., Kt, Of Surv. road, §10.90 0. 0. 8»mson,'care of prYso'rierH.' 'etc! ! .'/.I 298 90 C. 0. Samson, deputy hire. 8900, not Allowed. ...... ...i... .................. '„. C. A. Telller. surveying ...... ............. 2200 B.F. Smith, Com. work......... . . ..... 2926 A. F. Curran, assessing Sherman ..... ... 42 00 W.H. Ho Annlcb. Grant.... ............. 8200 Lewis Erlckson. Harrison, *44. .......... . 4(1 00 Martin Me hllsch, Luverne S40 ........... 40 no J. O. Hatch, Swea City ........... ........ 1050 A. W. Blanchnrd, Portland ............... , 40 00 A. G. .lohhson. Ledyard. 851.50 ..... . < • • 40 00 J. T. Osborn, 8«neea. 850 ........ .-< • ••• 4500 W. L. Bonn, Plum Creek, 846 ............ 45 00 F. C. Newel, Fenton. ... ........... . ..... 4000 C. H. Worster, Blverdale ....... ........... 8400 G. n. Studer, balance, Prairie, 85, not allowed .......... ...... ................ A. F. Steinberg. Germania ................ 1 7 50 0. B. Bush, Cresco... .................... 8700 C. E. Hand, Eagle ...... . ............... 8000 T. A. Bale. Swea, 846 .................. •• 4000 H. McCntchln, Wesley Inc ............. :. 16 00 Jns, H. Warbnrton, Lincoln, 845 ........ 40 00 J. Mnrkgrat , Lolts Creek, 844 ........... 40 00 . , , Same, trustee.. ....... ...... ............. 2 H. Dorweller, assessing Gal-Held 946 ..... 40 a. E. Davlson, Bancroft ................. 28 00 F. Stone. LuVerne Ine ................ 1125 I. W. Wltwer. Lodyxrd too. 823 ......... 18 00 N. L. Cotton, Whlttemore Inc ............. 2000 BRIDOR. J. Wood, work on bridges .............. . 1075 Sween. Sorllne & Co., plank .............. 9 22 B.C. R. AN. My., freight ................. 5654 A. Johnson, bridge woik ................. 88 76 .1. Woo.!, bridge work ................... 925 W. W Wheeler Lumber Co,, lumber ..... 1,08000 Sween. Gang«stud & Co., lumber ......... 1 8 46 F. Boats, work on grades ............... 6 26 T. Fox, work on bridges.. ............... 506 D. Carpenter, unloading lumber ......... 200 J. A. Hamilton ft Co., sewer pipe ......... 24 OH Same, piling ............................ 14 87,8 B.C. Hollenbeck. Com. work ............. « 8 29 C. C. Chubb. Com. work ................ J852 W. J. Burton. Cora, work ................ 12 66 L. Barton, Com. work, etc ....... . ...... 1044 INSANE. Iowa Hospital for Insane, care of patients .............................. 56468 POOR. E. E. Sayers. Vet. surgeon ................ "00 J . H. Ward, meat for Elwood and Jones . . 5 89 P. Heal, medicine ....... .......... ...... 580 A.H.NiUidaln, cool.... .................. 1465 .1. W. Robinson, hardware ............. • • 48 80 D. B. Avey. repairs for poor farm i. ....... 1050 A. Fisher, two month rent to Whttehill ... 5 00 G. H. Lumoon, fare for pauper ...... . . . • • 1 75 W. F. Jenklnson. timothy seed poor farm 8 18 Laage & Campbell, repair for poor farm . 7 95 James Patterson, groceries poor farm .... ^8 Ho J. B. Laird, bedstead poor farm .... ...... 8 50 J. P. Fohlln, digging graves for paupers . 8 00 Cook Bros., mdse. poor farm ....... • • • •, • 81 88 Langdon & Hudson, mdse. for Whltehlll . 2 22 G. H. Lamson, carlnn for poor. . . ......... H 00 H. C. Eckart, rent for James, 832 ...... 20 00 L. A. Sheetz. medicine.. ..... . ....... ... 4145 David Weldy. cure of Thompson .......... H 05 G. Hill, nurse Stewart family, 825 ....... 20 00 A. P. Hall, care of pauper ............... 6)1 Phillips A Morgan, hay for poor farm .... 9 86 Jim. Goedero, mdse for poor ............. nOO L. H. Millen. tomato plants for poor farm 1 00 Clicup Excursion Bates. The following rates and arrangements have been made for excursion rates on the Chicago, Milwaukee & St. Paul line — rate, one lowest limited first-class fare for the round trip: National republican convention, to be held at St. Louis, Mo., June 16, 1896. The National Educational association meeting at Buffalo, N. Y., July 7 to 11, 1896. National democratic convention, Chicago, July 7, 1896. National convention Young People's Christian Endeavor, Washington,. D. C., July 7 to 13, 1896. Annual meeting Baptist Young People's union, Milwaukee, Wis., July 16 to 19, 1896. Convention of Young People's Christian union, Omaha, Neb., Aug. 16 to 24, 1896. National convention of Republican leagues, Milwaukee, Wis., Aug. 25 to 29, 1896. National encampment Grand Army of the Republic, St. Paul, Minn., Sept. 1 to 4, 1896. _ ^ 1U4 CHINA mattings— nothing neater or cooler for floor covering for a bed room. Cheup as the cheapest carpet, with but half the trouble and dust. We have them from 15o a yard up, GEO. L. GALBRAITH & Co. FOB time loans on rear estate apply at Kossuth County State Bank,

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