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   Eldora Herald (Newspaper) - February 11, 1897, Eldora, Iowa                                t THE TKE l OFFICIAL COUNTY READERS ALL HOME HARDIN FEBRUARY Fob past week L bivsy iu tWs balls of lugis faou aw1 the prteeirt that 1ms been no tolxad mtitejs it probable that the ntttw will have all tlioii woik com jlxl in conplo oi weeks Then j intendedthat tnoie shall bo nt least too assembly daily uid ly an The Boem dotermiued to push tho a lively ndjpnru us r tho hris nutl d the follovrmgtitles County and tship 10 88 a doniosliOj 8 17 pioeeefliags in courts of original IS 57 pages Also r pertainingto domestic nni to county superintend bis and the educational board of nitiking 12 pages ttie house jjasbed 48 Song othewC bills governing different jife the diffeient depait Kienks of state rights of justices of tho assign feat for benefit of taking of rivato pioperty for works of public im bureau of laboi btatibtics domestic settlement and support of tho educational board of exmninei piM tho bill making compensation ol bu Important AmcmlmontB Among tho inoro iiuportnnt amoutl inents that have been made to tlis laws V owe 01 both houses aio tho following I lu the title 011 domestic iclations I winch hns pfisseel both houses tho pro poaed was amended by sinking out ltlie provision which allowed a vtiieto obtain a divorce on the ground that her was jrrosVly ueglecttul of her F comfort and wilfully failed to piovide proposed icvisiou also piovidetl that in eaje of application lor thvoito it would necebbury not only r to show that residence in thts state was obtained for the purpose of seeking To bnt thnt ifc was the ihteiniou iof the petitioner to fcthcrcol The latter piovision f stricken la the title of courts of original jnrifi Jan effort Jvns made to amend f fe that nial of ex rasttact rvr D on oncii wns but a Tder was tiled and on i lawyers mustered some BUtees nncl secured tho tho ameudmuit and a close pasied the bill goveinius of schools with JJsioii added that to a fust liiiflcato to food foi two fe teacher must pass an elementary algebra and phys on that nxos tw to the house atod at tho time Ttvasconbideinig the same bill Ptjvos made to btrikeoutthc 1 requirement for the Then an attempt wns tho fcalaiy of ihe county su at a regular session and the negotiabil ity feature was stucken out a maioriiy of thorneinbois of the committee would Without tho negotiability tea ho tt wonld Htfiply bo reamr ing the uuhoads to give a rate foi a book the snmo as they now give for n without icbute which ho thought was objectionable He did not think it was tho proper lung oipiebont to leqvme the loads to in ilto a 1 it of 2 ecnti peimile for all pashensei but Jor mile ieo when miles was to bo the smallest umonut ho thought it should be dono It is piobublc the mutter will not come to a cousidointion on the floor ol either honse this Tho section of the pinposod icveuuo bill which piovules Ioi tho taxation of mercantile eorpoiuhons has boon the Ing bugbear of the week Tho ropiesontu tives of tlioso 1eltthat thcdG mquisitoml ttutuics iu the bill which they could not bland and they caino bofoio tho committees ni IMRO uumbeis and fiom nnmj parts ot the state with tho that if they weie toicod to make public the details of then business to the as is acquired by tho piopoed they would have to go out ot business as coi Tlio muttu was icteried to a subcommittee of th wavs and means committee m the senate and rimy have about agieeil a change in the 10 poitof tho code eomnuttee which will piolwblj be moie silistattoiy to these coipouitions It thnt in tho ise of a coipoiatioii engaqnng m or uinnuiacrniniK and having tlitn capital lepieseiitert bvsluues of vtoek they bhnll hst then ical estate peisonal property nnd inoiioys and credits in the same nuuiner is individuals and the owneis of capital having listed their propei ty as be exempt tiont nssosnient andtavarioii on snob ot oupital stock The subcommittee bus not yot made its re poitto the iull committee Imt it is believed that it w ill be adopted by tin tommitfee and icpoitcd lo the bcnntefor pi toi ilu picipised icvenuo law vi Inch ib n v caubing consider able comi tent in jtain eucles i the lotion ou biiilchiy ruifl loan nssoua tioiib of tho new bill pro vides for the taxation of tho shares of stock in Mich asot lations It piovidcs tluit the stock sluill be taxed to the indi vulual of it at then place ol u idcuco On 01 Jim 81 ot each yeai tho ofiiccis ol domesticuud local assoetatious aic lequjieii to made tho venfaed to the thnt othei lecinned to and must the amount ot piaise nml and the ot cueh fchare and a list pi the to getltier tho thfiir liold M life tho i Tho holders ot stock me tobeaWSiert1 npontlieAalncof the stotk no was maa alt tie went home and in tho next issue of the Eagle he said H the editor of tho Register in bonds to insinuate that the Lmiiie Hnguewood affair hasbeen a money find to we biinply brand him as a liar every one who knows Mmphy knows he would not use buch language unless he meant While it is not the desue of tho writer to meddle the contioveisy now iti yot as I have been ncquiuiiod with the iaets of Murphys connec tion sMtlv iheliinuie iund from its Icanuot avoid giving my testimony to the fuot that Mur phy nevei was inado one penny iiohor by the lenbon of tho raising ot this but the other hand he lifts spent much made many tho ex penses of which he paid out of his own pocket find has in other ways contribu ted to the work of kindness tovmd that poor without any thought of le compouso other than the satisfaction conies of good deeds THE NEWS IN William a lumberman ot has presented the city a llbiaiy and to cost Asensatlon has lieen cteated in Vienna by a jouncf Bohemian Dr cures shoitsighteclness liy a simple opeiatlon The mountaineers in PolK county Aik dine out tht Italian laboiei3 inipoitPd to the Pittbbuig and Gulf lailwav Amos the ISveaiold layer ol Upoice is on tiial toi tmudei at Thieves threw a hook and lii ihrough i an opi ri of a house tt Monie icv Jl P and btjlf the hertelnthesun der which the owner wassleeping There are now seven antitrust hills he Coio the of in tl e senate and SIN in the anu tliLn lie otheis sluntl TimolhiHailowe SI years Old hic boui niin tod on the of be imr the luthoi 01 eleven incenrtiaty lie in Tnfieid C The Waliash has aunouncetl a rate o 0 tenti iti Jfn pttunas on in tar j load ltt fl 1ouis to Be ston i mjnlmiim 20 OPO imunds The lat heretofore STVi weight Tames Muelev a 3hot and fa tally wounded his wife at New Leban Mo lie attempted to escape bu wns mortality returns from th southern states that the deat iatc of the noied people iiom tuber cuUisls Is ihiee tunes as high that the whites Ilenty a faimei liMn nea To aifcaulttd Ilnutcs tlie IJouril of SuporvlHorn at Its Adjoin Board met as per adjournment and ailed to order by chair Full board piesentN Gar th Walter Boaid proceeded with tegular btibi ess until 12 then adjourned ntil 1 oclock One oclock boaid eon enert as nei Full board The board proceeded to examine the ilterent nevvspaper applications for he county as they were pened by The pa ei edited jy Ira called the llardm 3ounty showed that it had on h0 1st day ot b48subscribers pi edited and pub shed by Pinch Then worn statement showed that they had 20 bona fide veaily The Sldoia edited by Sheakley showed by a sworn btateinenl they had on bona fide yearly subsciibeis ivliiR receiving their papeis vithin llardm The Bldoia edited by Boylau Wood bhowed by sworn statement tl at they had 1 087 bona fide voihly bubscnbeis within llardm Iowa Falls edited by Iowa asked to be appointed third official paper of Ilai clin Also J editor ot Aekiey Phonograph oi asked to be he having The matter of thepooi iarm coming up and II Heard being piesent it was agreed with II the prcs ent stewai t oi the poor tat o continue i he contract of 18 tor the ear ot tb9i and same compensation and on teims ab thebontract oi 1898 The semianiiual report of treasurer as examined and Heport ot X Qiiflith on settlement witli treibtuei wab albo See le noit Gnlhth on Milt lenient with leeorder appioved and lepijit ot recordei approved Uepoit of audiloi and leport o Waiter Carpcnlei on bettlement wit auditor appioved Jitrmrtoi bheiift appioverl and als repoil ol settlement with madi Li M Baints appioved tiRepoitot cleik Also le 1foii of L Baineb on settlemeu with cleik approved Keport of count superintendent and report ot ft Waltei Caipentu with supeimten lent approved Ih bonds were examine ol the peace o township lusire uthorizedto be made m compliance with some responsible parties r Moved by Walter Carpenter that the esoltition be Walter Carpen er voting yes and Barnes and Gnflith voting Resolution Divan coming before the board nd showing that he had paid poll ax in Ellis and llardm townships and the auditor was ordered to raw a wan ant toi 50 cents in tavoi of 0 which was done ol Time of recess having the ewpapei case was again taken up C Sheakley on the stand as I Moir was called and swom as At 8 oclock took up the m estigalion of the Eklora argent sworn and Chas Rogers sworn and C Jiller sworn and At clock adjourned until 8 Thurs O Board convened as per adjournment it 8 Full board present and he further investigation of the news lapers was proceeded Charles togers was fuither examined and George IAtiee was swoin and ex amined Miller swoin and ex J Ross lathbone BoIan Tohn Erniiu N judith gave Albeit Tanaen Barnes rjues Twelve oclock board ad otirned until 1 One oclock board convened as per Full board Sheakley Walter Car penter Case closed and argument for counsel Argu ment continued until 6 when case was closed Imtl adjourned intil 8 oclock Board Puy hoard pres ent Minutes of previous meeting read and approved and the board ren dered the following decisions ifter hearing the evidence in the contest of Pinch Sargent of the 151 dora against the list ot bona fide subscribers as tiled by Sheakley of EldoraLedger and the exami nation df tLe list of both it is the decision of the board that the rela tive uoiitliiion of sairt list remains about the same as when Moved and seconded that the Eldora IlLDALU edi erl by Boylan Wood and the edited by Sheakiev be aid aie heiehy se lecua the two ofticial papers tor the yeai ot tor llardm county Motion carried that the was oidered that the deed be accepted and placed on The matter of a crossing and side walk near Snyders property and parallel with the was ou motion postponed for one The following bills were allowed and the clerk oideted to draw war rants ordinance and printing S 7 25 Turner meiehandise 7o Electric Light com lights 128 2 j Albrook teLundy attorney iees in case of Gethnidii vs city 75 00 salary for Jan uary 80 00 city clerk pro 4 00 marshal salaiy January 45 00 25 as chairman ot the com mittee appointed to draft curfew or presented said ordinance and atter being read by the clerk it was by seconded by Gethman that it be placed ou its first The noes being called resulted Gethman and and the motion was deciared and thus the curfew ordinance In the matter of the city election to be held March the following persons were to serve as judges and First Martin and Harris and Edgington and Third Peiseu and Wlnted and J C AVikley and CHURCH ices at Point Pleasant Sunday morning Sei vices in Fklora at 7 A bociable wub at Rock ells foi the membeib of the Fiesby tetian Sunday school The oung people enjoyed themselves playing K BmiyTievert clork andtieaaner lud dned of Jiutiv nft itius jiu Jast eek ten ceirarned except thnt it n has dJied hls has been found a loan 0111m stock ho ib ntftled shoit in thf ttmouut the loan fiom I At Point trd SiDOOOOO the value of the stock in listing Ins piopeirjfoi assobsmeut Theie is con to this paitoftho and it is thouqht hac jt will scaicely bo in Us pieseut sliape ic is hoxi nA rti will be devised to stl tiltions and CiiH Point trd lion the Hammond pompanv to E ti has been filtd HlluoK Ills Feb Rev ells bill tax stock in such 111 the Iiliel Iaw UB as a order in the house Innnediateh An impoi taut action was taken by the dftel thu of the joumal Tues joint committees ot both houses on pub lie It vuecd to lecommcmd tho law Mnmg the Ratheuus of C K justice Lnion oi the peace Janies constable of Aide Petition ot W c of Iowa Falls isking remibsion ot taxes on undivided S ol lot bloek gi anted Boa id proceeded to audit bills until id until 8 0 K Auditor then when the bill was ige it alfeoi failed to le Jia requisite uumbor of votes It that tJm bill will bu Ppinthe honbeaiid amended by muatiou ui algebra and physicS ill piobably pass in that bhupe Bay it is an attemut tio cuinculum of tho couutiv to such a plane that tho bvvillhaveto be bupplauttd by Priced Ihc say iwIIbQ the uppropiiatiou hundred thousand dollais toi Bomal schools think tho state fora number of ycms JC also claimed by borne of the it the common schools will ancomniou for a countiv to attend if oL the sowiled ved TlavollnsMouIlustIe the he iU providwg foi the btatibtius be amended ho riiac in stead ot ivquuing the physicians to ie poit biiths and iissebbois aio to be d that work They aio to obtain all the data loi thtbu stadstios at the time of the as bossiuent each This will uniko omc ot the uahet but thoj Vi Jl bo than at iw the K that thev be complete Inctuds The senate coinuiitteu on ways and Liianh has dtculid to the taxation of Iowa insmauce dmpanies onehiilf oi 1 p i cim ou then ifcpiptsm rhebtato Foicigu companies will also be taxed 8 pei cent ou tbeu pionuum leeeipts m tho instead ot pei tent as It ib expected that this decision on the part of the committee will be the signal toraioar ot opposition iiam the btato companies mid it is more than possible that when tho mattci comes boioie the two tho tax on the state toni jjanies may be The contest ovoi the question of tho state printing and binding has boon at fover heat among the DesMumes papois all the week Tho whole miitrei has been retui ed by tho senate committee to a subcommittee who ate toiepoit in 2 oclock per Mi Uevell moved that action on the bill he postponed foi weeks ill Butkner of Couk objected to this The motion to postpone lot and theie no amendments the bill oideiul eiiffiossed toi the thud lead ills A joint lesolutlon unting fhe mem birot coiiriess fiom Illinois to recog nise the billigeient iiuhts of Cnhi tillLieil in the senate The leolution laid ovei undpi the Cinigg house hill authoiiziijstho jinpnior to appoint a i evident txustee at the East cm Illinois noinml school at Chaites ton was a thud time and nas patbed the clause Old n Feh petition to lequebtlngr that the i umuiui Rhode Isinnd and icpiesenta P pers coming Pinch Sar tucb use then influence to have the I Ha by their attor fneatc Old Iionsidos tion lepaiipd and nag adopted at a meeting committee To Fay Fioepoil Pcb Paimeis Board convened sit S u as per Full board present Minutes of Monday read and approved and hoard proceeded with the recular allowing bonds tvere justice of the peace llardm W justice of the lillis Twelve oclock board adjourned until 1 oclock Minutes of fore noon eacl and 0E J oclock IJoard convened as per adjournment lull hoard AV alter Carpenter and M L otle otlie Jt6itllU as that t C I propnefoj ot sairt Ions neUuethe punting as th flail the conntj that 1 the one prie bv th h oodwarrt wlnuii ure oilicial p o din ajjree to publish the and cifiSn0f bam of and claims allowed fur The asked transfoiablo httuds of such a bill coud the for eveiy tickets wlutt if money can be saved the woik out by 0011 ptintoi 01 that tho committee will leporc that tt saving can be made m the quantity of wnk that is gotten Home of the leports ot the state incuts aio lumbeiod up a of inuttai which is id out ot place concibo imd to thenomt to hi National bank to pav Its depositor The bank is oiganized under hte state larv anil will probablv eo out ot business viiuppoti on item Tans the French stale has dpoided to letlre finm dining tht tenuie of winch he has chopped off no less than 50 heads In the active competition that has arisen to secuie announces that theie is no one lilted it own S0n actoininp to pasbed last yeai nvirxr a theoretic U and piactical Ihe matter of choosing the otllcial Capers papers coming Sar unucnce to have the the by their attor sidob the Constitu neys ancl filed a protest d put in seiMceanie e Ledger and the jpted at a meeting of Comity declaring frad I and affidavit as to their sworn statement of subscribers on be half of the Eldora Huff Uaid appeared as attorneys in behal of tiheakley of the Eldora urn ask tiiat aftklavitmay be amended 1 nvilege to amend the affidavit of C Shenklev granted and it was so Motion of Hun The protest ot Pmtei Kogeis not they venfunc heir pleading or said protest being sworn to Hauls was then called and sworn as witness and examined in legaid to the Ledgei stof 0 then 8 lines of brevfer or ind onehalf lines nonpareil type set ojjd to consUtnte a All tab ulatea such as treftsnrers re port and election at the equfva lent of two The board of supervisors as parties of second part to pay Boylan Woodward and ley the price as stated The program of the JSpWOrth Leagn6 Sunday evening w Jl be vsned by read el A Uegnlar sei ices bnnda moiiungthe pastrn v ill be gm a sei ot bei monb on Paul His Work and In the evening the third leoune on prov dential history win be busapd the Discovery of America I he Ladies Aid society There will ooial iu the of J the society e a nineteenth century 0M i1 clnmh and useful articles made the v Hoaro of Emily Jackson of for emissi of taxes ft 2 block 3 until Peb that has happe squabble net won with his tho newspapers lun e been doiio ffient o Mi editor of tho Vniton Eigle in lowiiknows without icwaid and at a lobs of his tune and mouoy 11 luiitt might be sounitd ioi the education of bhncl Liunit He sue the Ieued 111 con into whic thrown 1m JJ Murpjiy Kvciyboilj I that ptuposo One uiglit t week Mm phy came to the i i i j hud another soit of Liumo Register snid como to state itnap1 is Whetl Wawhv Change in bchool Clwptei arts of the geneial changes tho term ot Boaid convened us per adjuninment 1 ul board Gnlhth iVdltei Bames Xews papet contest still the witness stand C TZ JT All oislnck himiri The petition from Tipton townsln for purchase of gravel bed that referred to Grit n t That the the county attoi ney is hereby instructed to collect a unpaid court house Ueso lution Petition asking for drain in Aldei referred to Walter Carpen Petition of of askm toi remission of taxes of Lot Texts io the Official bond ot A A Leveitou o ioi juouee ot the peace Petition asking for dram neai public highway m the vieinity of the south east corner of section No 17 88 22 ra ferred to Caipentei There being no turther business board XT M County N 11 Chun it elected to 111 All vacancies tubflu occurring m ifiii annually thereHBttei shall aeive 101 n teiua of qne ry ihe Arthui Rnglo of JPiovmenpe town biought to the city tateSattu day night in custody of themlmige of The paitionlas actbeing the signibgtho nameolj s Donne to note of iOO Aim naming he Waa exaihinatiun and lis bond lixed ut SWO and iu 14I4V4 J djlnck bimid adjoin ned until 1 oclock o clock boaid convened as uer Full board A was taken in legurd to the news paper triiland the Iowa Falls bnrtim tya taken tip and coiibideted A teso lution ofleied bv Walter Carpenter That the ol let the a bteel All who duly last tve a Iowa ll 008tl to the county not to ex eltie1 whjch die aame is the be Jyouted City The city cuuncil met in legulai bion membeis piesent came in later dm ing the besbion S Mai the city clerk appealed and Tht minntes of the meeting weie nnd and appioved Hie committee appointed to mvesti legaid to locating i stinet at the tout ami live iu Dialns ippoued rnvoi llepoit ami the same committee weie continued tobupenn tend the election of the liegantmg the tnmster of u certain of the U to ou a motion to reconsider it The pastor appointments both Sunday morning and even in tr The leader of the r u evening will be Miss Lena Shall Never The lesson can be found in John The Christian Culture class metat the parsonage Tuesday was occupied by Carpenter Sunday Barter preached in the Emanuel Baptist church in Sioux City The TJ are contemplating having a social report ui corners of bldeksj CllllcoU of A line audience greeted pastor Smidayniiil the people were chewed by inejoung man comintr abk ng for merabeiship m the chinch The ireceding Sunday there were two con esbionsand evening one bap One of the eucoiuaging leature4 f church life is the constant and teidy The young peoples society also re oived two new menibets lerentlj The nmversary entertainment 2 was tine exhibition of talent and labor id was highly appreciated by a laiqe idience The fiist Snndav in March the iejr aroecabion lot theioieign tei Regular seivieeb Sunday A em dial invitation is extended to all htiaugers are especially w elcome Iowa Palis The Iowa and Dakota rail waj will i uu a special tram to Falls this Thinsdaj leaving at 030 oclock foi he accommodation ot who desire to heai the AVill letnnnng mniediately at the   

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