Pots ttrtvtst^ n A item fntt \ tfTflt ktiowh as mm CAUSE FOR A KICK. the Cheshire amendmeiit, 5 ' «. The State j?rlntef alid State IHttde* Dldfl't Steal the State Blind- Week's Legislative \Vofk. be "itTtne'sermte can not now be pre" dieted. It has been rejected once. Your readefs will remember that this amendment proposes a new plan of taxation for the telegraph, telephone, express and Pullman car companies. It is known as "the Indiana plan" and has just been sustained by a majority of the supreme court of the United New Grove & Son's. 102 E. State St. TELEPHONE 19. CEO. I CAIBRMTH & CO. CARRY A FULL LINE OF ets, i VJV t-u.«» --——i •- - . ___ ^ -,4*j ves Funk, Lauder, Davis, Baker ana Voelker, has made its report. The committee reports the aggregate cost of the census from beginning to end, including compiling, etc., at something over $100,000. The committee does not find that the printer or binder padded the book or did any other dishonorable thing, but the committee thinks that much of the matter in the report ought to have been omitted. The committee finds that the printer's work was fairly and honestly done, with less waste of space than in former reports, ine committee finds that clerks on the census were paid $3 per day when they might have been hired for J2. The committee also finds that Mr. McFar- lancl, the then secretary of state, collected toll from some of the clerks, they paving the same in order to hold their situations. The committee also finds that there have been too many committee clerks and too many em- ployes of the general assembly and recommends a general reduction of em- ployes and their salaries. Also recommends that greater care should be taken in the supply department, as regards the general assembly and the dealing out of supplies. It is also recommended that the powers of the executive council in appropriating money be more restricted. The committee report is generally considered fair. Universal regret is expressed on account of the illness of ex-Secretary McFat-land. The hope is also expressed that when he gets well he may present a satisfactory defense. Until that time 'lodgment IB and should be withheld. But one committee remains to report— the committee on printing—which, by common consent is also investigating the binding. There is considerable friction in this committee between the members of the former investigating committee who are likewise members of the printing committee. • - * - ~i— n Iowa by taking the entire companies and dividing it into'mTle"s"aud in that way reach the value of the mileage in Iowa. The companies affected claim that the plan is unjust because the property is more valuable in some states than others. LAFE YOUNG. Sugar Boots and Shoes, Dry Goods, Wall Paper, Window Shades, Hats, Caps, Gloves, Mittens, Underwear, Gents' Furnishings, and in ^« a ^ to ^ & .^ f ^ class store. Our prices are the lowest. WE WILL NOT BE UNDERSOLD. G. L. Galbraith & Co. IF YOU NEED Wednesday was an exciting day. On that day the senate discussed and finally voted on the bill permitting the manufacture of liquors in Iowa. All the details need not be given. Ihe vote by which the manufacture of liquors was authorized was as follows: 1 Yeas-Blanchard, Bonson, Byers, Carpenter, Cheshire Craig, Downey Druet Ellis, Everall, Funk, Garst, Harper, Hip well, Hobart, Hospers, Hurst, Lehfeldt, Lothrop, Penrose, Pusey, Ranck, Riggen, Trewin, Upton, Noy^Alexander, Allyn, Bell, Berry, Carney, Carroll, Eaton, Ellison, Eric- Bon Gilbertson, Gorrell, Harriman, Healy Henderson, Hotchkiss, Junkin, Kilburn, Mitchell, Palmer', Perrln, Phelps, Rowen, Sargent, Young—24. The bill was considerably amended in the senate committee and goes back to the house for consideration again, it is generally believed that it will pass the house and become a ^w. Senator Bowen's amendment to prohibit free lunches was lost. Senator Druet a amendment permitting the sale of ^uors In towns of 2,500 to 5,000 popu- llon where 80 per cent, o the voters County salaries n Small Item.' Germania Standard: The Algona papers are making quite a fight over the salary question. Heretofore we have kept aloof from the discussion, because we have not considered the subject of any great importance one way or the other. But there seems to be considerable alarm on the part of the officials, because it is ovidently a fight of the farmer against the high rate of _ y ,-, taxation in Kossuth county. The main 1JXI Li, part of the fight is being waged against the salaries of the officials, and the demand is made to cut the salaries down so as to decrease the taxes in that proportion. Now the Courier of course has been adding its fagots to the blaze, because it sees a meagre chance to slide in a democratic officer or two next fall on the tax issue. Last week, however, it frankly stated that it does not believe the salaries are too high, and at the same time insists that the taxes are. We have looked up the salary expenses and the taxable valuation of the county property and don't see much cause for alarm. The total amount paid in county official salaries is f 10,050. The fees paid into the county ot- fices is $4,772.51, for 1896. This would leave $5,278.49 to bo paid from the county funds, or, that would actual y come out of the taxes. The total taxable valuation of property is fS,300,OOU. Therefore the amount paid to salaries out of the taxes raised would be less th We l Sree l 'with the farmers that the taxes at the present time are burdensome, but as to the method of reducing them or making-the burden lighter, we do not at present care to say. From Chautauqua County, New York. Absolutely Pure. Langdon &° Hudson. [B KO. 16. $3.1 PER ACRE" f »,s •-,m fW >m - >' «>, YTJ paiiy has hundreds of thousands of acres of The State University •'$ •s OF THE SEVERAL DEPARTMENTS in Central Minnesota, which it is selling to actual settlers at from $2.50 to $3.00 per acre, on TEN YEARS TIME. The prices are Cheap, but The Lands are Good. ^^ Will begin the year 1896-97 -On September 16. to $8.00 per, acre. eu Stop of taculty, Iowa City. _Hom S opathoMedica-J G. illchrist, M. 3., secretary x«_»u ixEiEiu- A NEW COOKSIjWE, rnarm^uu^^E I^Boerner, Ph . G., dean ToVcataloKues or for general information A. SCHAEFFER, President. •i.a-^3 •«•*»••»••—— — - XrLd.eperLd.erLtI •-•$ sffl r, COOK Eastern Land Agent, N. P. By., , (f| ST. PAUL, MINN, UB t *•*. tfi M«l«»»^i"~^-™— Don't Forget that we always have on hand all kinds of grain and ground feed, bran, shorts, and oil meal at reasonable prices; also W. H. JONES, HOBART, IOWA. .1 The Standard Bred Trotting Stallions Sired by Axtell, 5183, record 2:13, and PBilLO, 26750, 'of all kinds and grades. Goods 'delivered to any part of the city. ILL C. & N, W, Elevator. "pB, 1^, A, SHEBTK, Drugs and Medicines, " Sired by Pnallas, 1446, record 2:13M, will serve a limited number ol a P pr ^ sve ^}S an a Iowa! after July l, 1807. For particulars address j, p, KENEFIOK, BBLMONP, lOWA.^ _-—- .. — M, P. HAGQAKP. Haggard & Peek, [Successors to Jones & Sn Abstracts, R 1 f-4 o'f'oi"^ AND ^^cLi Jbw*^ V£V VV^ ***^^w!ws!y Collections, Towa~~B"ut it is not believed that there will be any distilleries built in Iowa, though a few small breweries may be SeoSL Capitalists are not going to Invest their money in the face of a sentiment that may change at any time Furthermore, one-third ol tne Series of the United States are idle at the present time. So that it is not likely there will be any new ones built. -5- -t- -H The senate, by a vote of 83 to 13, decided not to subject private banks to examination the same as state banks, 4- -j- H- On Saturday the senate found nothing on its calendar to do, so adjourned until Monday. Lieutenant Governor Parrottmadea statement to the senate reciting the condition of the business ^committees, also the condition of the work of enrollment. It is the accepted belief that with energetic woW the final adjournment could be U this week. It will be.withID 10 Ai)M.iJNlOi.J.Tin,J.ivyn j-i^o.*- untvn is hereby Riven that the undersigned First National Bank of Algona, AVf\ t\t\f\ mi»n»»iiiiuniniu»uMH-u '"'* j •"••^-" 06T WATfiB PP NO PAY, had tnis wees, J-K «"» "" ' ;vj «^ davs at any rate. The house did not hold'an afternoon session on Saturday. On Friday afternoon the senate passed the bill authoring the annotation and urlnting of the new code of 1897. Ihe ffieworkisto be under the supervision of the legislative committee, which is to serve without compensa- Uon An editor is to be selected bv the leffWature by ballot. His assist- tb S to be selected by the advisory ••'• s The salaries of all the stants are fixed, and there can be extravagance. The state printer .binder bave agreed to do the work for $1.38 per volume. The book will contain over 2,000 pages and the work is to be first class in every particular. The pages &re to be much larger thai? ?£^pSntwototed codes, but the ---will be all in the wargio. t» e . 4 wge being the si^e pf those of ^nVlode. The book will be..W rendered 5t4 Officers ntf Directors— A. jj. oiarke, presideat, 0 0. Ohubb, Vice Prest., TUoB. H. Lantry, OasWer Geo. L. Galbraltb, Fred, M. Miller, Myron SohenoU, Taos. F, OooKe, General Banking, pRirAW SAFETY DEPOSIT VAVMliS <jj! Six per cent Interest on Time Deposits "•^'•W"
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