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   LeMars Sentinel (Newspaper) - April 13, 1876, Lemars, Iowa                                VOLUME VI. LEMAKS, PLYMOUTH COUNTY^ IOWA, TIIIJRSBAY, APRIL 13, 1876. NO. 12. Dooblv MHvms nd 10 emit  llMforaicVan pMtal nottCM h�Tlii( ^    , nrtlilng, 60 p�r owt In �aT�DCO of t�i4i;, AdT�rtlMm�iil� ordttid oat tatore (law traad MtcbiWiradH Inmtrml and irS' liiiliKinds J^HiligoVW liking, Pi. of Unat It T    u id i'mirio Uity Ir^akers, Plows. UZLLS, ;;St8�I ;Poistp^H. Pre.si-iit, Will. fJarri-'lt, cliairinan; Jj. l vui:ci;i,lings were )md. l-)n iiiotioii, tlic jiolitioii of Jti;ury Kadc-mai.-Jicr, and t.'liarlcs Itadcniaulicr, to Ijc rclcaKcd as hond.snien, from the oJlicii.) iiuml (W I'aul ,stuck/'cld, a jiistioc ol' tin.' jicacc of liuugcrford tov,'n.sliiii, was griiDlou, and Hint llic said f'aul ,'^tOi;kl'cld Ijc uoliliud to luiiuw Ids olllcial houd for said ollicc. On niolioii, il is lierchy ordered that Ihe ta.xcs fur tlic year IHT'rJ, on one hundred iiod lifly duUiUsiii im>i)i;ysu�d un-d-it.-;, wiungfally a.s.scs.-ied to Ouo. Bailey, lue,i'lhi.-i' Willi the i. To, tu 'ilu; uinountoC live thoasaiid dollurs, iu nicicli.indisc, moneys and credit.^, il i.s hereby ordered that llie lii\cs on .�-aid uiiiuunt lie iciiiiUcd for said year. Jli;jiry AViiiicr and JJilricl Winter, lioiid.siiicii on Ihe ollicial hond ol' August Prusl, a constable in lluiigcrforU loivii shiii, having leiiucstcd the hoard to lie n-U;iiscd i'voiu the ollicial hond of the said Augii.sl Prusl, tlie Auditor is hereby iii-Miructcd to notify the said August ^�'ru,st of tlio.sc fads, and to rcipjcsl him to lilc a jiciv bond, and when ajiproved, the said llcurv and JJilricl Winler ,slialJ be released as such huiicJsiiien. On motion, the justices reporl."i of .lu-coIj Itubie, John Wallace and.J. H. .Jones, and also the Auditor's iciiort, wore iic-cejilcd and ordered to lie iiiaccd on lilc. \viiurciii,, il apjiears that Junics M. Alien, by V, a. Peuuybacker, paid nixlecn aud eijjhl one-hundrcdlh dollars taxes fur the year 1871, on the .sw nr of section 2, iu town-ship Ul, of range 41), and the said Allen having failed Iu ki;1 a palcnl for Kaid I-and, it is hereby ordered, that said taxes, together willi ten jHircent. iuleresl be refunded to the said James II. Allcu. Whcvt-as, the house aiKt contents of Geo. Jjaily, a justice of the peace in Gram lownshii), was destroyed hy fire, il is hereby ordered, and the counly .Vudi-tor is aulhori/td and instructed, to suji-ply Ihe said Geo. JJailcy v/ilh a new justices docket and a copy of the cede of ISitJ, free of charges. On motion,  it was ordered that Ihe sum of $17.,'i2 be traasfevred from Ihc county I'uud to the insane fund, to pay for keeping insaae person at the assyluui '� at JmlepL'iideucc, Iowa, j    Uu motion, it was ordered, that Uie I sum of 25.13, taxes paid by B. Buiibar, [ for the year  1S71, on Ihc west half of i .soi'.thwe;,t rpiart-r of section 21,  and on the east half of southeast tiuarter ol see tiou 29, iu township 91, raugc 45, bo re-juuded. On motion, Andrew Wilson and A, W, Parsons were appointed a committee on bills andchiims asaiust the couuly. Comes now A. R. CrauchiU, unci makes application for exemption from taxes for the year 1875, on a valuation ot 100, for plauVing one acre of forest trees. On iiioliou, it was ordered, that the said A. E. OranduU bo cxompl from ttvx-aliou according to- l.iw. Is ichohis Ivhl having beou wrongfully assessed for the ye-ir 1875, lo the amount of four huudred dollars in merchandise, it is hereby ordered thai the taxes ou said amouul be remitted. Ou motion, the following resolution was adopted:  Rcsoinad, That !i;-200, be and is hereby appropriuled from Iho bridge fuiul to Krade up so much of the Floyd river road near Uie south line ot Plynioutli county, as is located in Plymouth county, und to build the culverts vvliicU may bo uecus-sary on said pari of the Flo^'d valley road, and thai .?8'1() he appropriated to grade up the road west ol' LcMars, be-Iwecn Young it Corkcry's cattle yards und the culvert.s east of the Floyd river bridge, the ditch lo be on the -north side of the road if deemed advisable by the coniiiiisaioners and engineer, and that $10U he ajiiiropriatcd lo grade up that part of the sivinc road which is located iu Washingtou toivnshij), weal of the weal brauch of the Floyd river, or so much oC said ainouut as may be accessary to do said work; and 'Wm. Bnrroll, E. II. Shaw, A. \V. Parsons, and the county auditor, arc hereby appointed a cominillen with instructions la advertise for open bids, to let cuBlructs ou or about the first day of Jlay 1870, at the auditor's oflice, lo accept llic work if done according to cou-iract, when completed, and to reserve the liit'lil to reject any or all bids. P. AV. Burr & Bros, having ina:le ap-jjlicalioii, asking perinissiou lo build a side track from the I, ij, it. 11. track, lo block in the town of JjcJIars, where they cuiilcmiilalc building a llouring mill On motion, Jlesalced, that the prayer of the petitioners bo grunted, provided tliey not ob.struet llio street ur higlnvay, which is crossed by said side track, and that Uiey kroi) the crossing aver said aide track ill rcjiair at their owu cx[icnse. Cjii niuthin, board udjounied till iiiuc o'clock lo-morvuv,- iiiorniiig. Altest: Wm.Bauuktt, (.1. HyKiit.i.vi, Chairma/1. Auditor. One uorosa Plymuuili cruelt on road line' that this Board bo (illowcd per (3iem and mileage for their ottt-udance; nnd lUe Auditor instructed (o draw wnrriants on the county fund for the same. On motioa ilie iniuutes were read and approved. On inotiou, Board adjuurncd. �\Vm. BAJinKTT, Chairman. Attest;  0, ILbkrlino, County Auditor. Hl-;ro.\o IMV. April 4, 1870. lioiird iiiel inirsiiMiil lo adjourniniinl. I'lesunt,   siiiiie iiienibii's and  clerk as yesliii'diiy. The  niiiuilcs of yesterday',s iirocced-in.^s were read and ii[r[n'o\'cd. \\'lii;reas, it appears thai tlu; ,S. C. & St. Paul K. It, Co. liavc iiaid llieirroad tfi,\ in America and I'tedonia lowiiships fur the year l:J75, lo the ruiid Supervisors in the townships. And, whcrcus, il seems thai sm.-li has not lieen rejiorled liy the township clerks (if s^,iid township to the couiily auditor, for wliicli reason said road tax was placed on the lax book for collection. 'Kow, it is hereby ordered Unit the treasurer remit said wrongfully charged road lux lo said railroad company for said year. (In iiiulion, the hill of (;'?)sts in tlie case of Stall; v.s. 'iV. I'', Knowles, was lai �m. IJ-ikubtt, 0. Mai:ri.ixo, (Jliiiirnmn, Co. Aiuiiior, TUlKi) u,lY. Boiird met piirsnaul to. artjourunient. S'ri'senl. Bnnie members as yesterday. The minutes of yesterday's iiroceedings wore read and npproved. All soliiiol fund louas innde by the Auditor in vucnlion were, oil motion, approved. On inoiioii, it wus ordered Hial tha school fund loiiii of Klberson Barrett be extended for two years. On motion, .\ .sullioienl aiaount of money was upinopriiitod lo bnild u bridge across Hull Hun creek, on the road.running east und west, near aw ooruor of acctiou 15 in tp. 03 I'ange 47. On motion, A. w. I'nrsons rn.� appointed a comniiitee to CKaniiae a bridge built iioiassMink creek nenr no corner of section 33 in lowuahip !)3 of runge 40, niid if found expi^dient, to pertnit the nuthoritics of Oriint township lo lower the same at lown-eliip cipenso. Also lo exiimine Ihe bridge lately buiU aorosa willow ureck i�nd upproach built to ihe suntc if found cxpedi* cm, iind Hie Audilor is hereby uuHioi-isod to pay fo"r the siima in bridge warrants, upon order of siiid oommissionor. On nioHdii, h Koeuig was appointed u commisiiiouer lo repair bridges uoroas Plyiiioiith creek, on north lino of section 35 hi tow-nship 02 of niuge 45, und lo build iin (ijiproHch to same,und lo locate the bridges (0 be biiill across Plymouth creek, on i-oiid line between siuUons 4 and 5 in townahip 'Jl of range 15, and Ihu iiiio aoroaa the wliiaiiey creek ou roud lino between seoiions 4 and 5 in township 00 of range 15, On million, A. W. PiirSons Wua appointed a eomniissioner to locate bridges across willow .'iiid Deep creek on weal line of see. ;iti, ill township Wi. of raUije 45, and Aa-:lre^v uilson wasnppuinicd to locale bridges, iicro,'-s Hull Hun, near the sw coruov of .aeciion J5, lownaliip 0,3, of runge 47, und iilsti Hii; one acrosa Perry oreek near the .McAllister school house, and the Audilor is hereby iiislrnoled lo ndverlise fur open bids, and award eoiilruets, and lo pay lor all of said bridge work when tinliUy com -pilled. On iiiiiliiiii. ordered, tliiil Ht-i 00 roiul poll tux v/rongfally eliarged In Juliii Miller, for tiieyeiir 1875 iu; reiniitud. Un motion, ilio Cicrk of courls is I o eby inytractttd lo liuve the iieeeHsary eoiirl calendars, hereafter, maun fuctnro J und prinled ijy Ihe lowoot bidder. Ou Iiiulion, a sutiieieiu uniounl of money is lieretiy upwrnpri.ilcd from ilio swumji bind fund, to redeem tlie w lif of w lif of sec ik, in luwuship IH) of range 41 from the tux suie of ly75. and also to pay the lii.ses H)(;rei>ii for Ihu year, 18'75 and charge ihe suiiie lo A. H. lligdiiy,' in adiilon lo iin; con I i'll el enlered iiiio Ixiiweeii him and llie uulLorilies of riymuutii cuuaiy. On motion, Ihe following resolulion was adopted; fie (�< rtsoffBif, That u suUieicnl amount of mon(;y from Ihe county fund be ap-proprialctl to build a good and subslan-lial four board fence, with cap, and tl\c nccesHiiry galea, around the courthouse blijck, in bcMars, to prepare the ground for pluHliug trees Ihcrcon, and lo culU-vatc the same when planted, and the audilor is hereby appointed a committee wiUi inslrucUons lo advertise lor open bids lo build said fence, and to award contract to the lowcsl responsible bidder, uud to pay for all of said work from the county fund wlicn coniplcti.'. Ou motion, the report of A. W. Pur-sons, bridge commissioner; was accepted and placed on flic. On motion, board adjourned till half-past one o'clock p. it. a l''TKl!noo.n si'-hrion. Board mot pursuant lo adjourmnenl. On motion, the olllcial bonds ol Paul Stiickfcld, for the olUce ot Coroner of PlyniouUi county, and for the olllce of Justice of the Peace for Uuugeiford township were approved. Un motion, Andrew Wilson was appointed a commi.ssioner lo examine u bridge built across Broken Kettle Oreek, on north line of .soclion 4, in township U3, of range 47, and if found expedient to remove said bridge to the north lino of section 8, iu tlm same town and range, where the road crosses the Kiiid Broken Keltic creek. On motion, the resolution passed yesterday appropriating momajyf from the bridge fund lo build abridge across Willow creek and one across Beep creek on west line of section aO, toft-nship OH, o� range 45, was rocindcd, and u suliicicut amount is hereby apprc^priuted from the bridge fund to build a bridge iicrosa Dcej) creek ou road line west of Bcctiou :)ti, and also one uu south line of section �JO, both iu township Oa, ot range 45, uud A. W. Parsons was appointed a commia-.sioner lo locale the same, and the Auditor is hereby iuslructed to advertise for bids, and award contracts and pay for the same in bridge wjirrunts when uc-ceptccl. On motion, Ihe county attorney is hcreiiy instructed to ascertain whether it is the duly of the I: C. K. It. company to build certain bridges across somii ditches along, side of the track of the said railroad, where county roads cross the said railroad, and if found tu be their duty he is to notify tUo said company to that effect. Ou motion, it is now hereby ordered ROADS. Thi! action of Ihb Auditor in eglablishing the following road�,.was iippvoved. 1st. Road potilioiitid for' by Dunonn Catnalch ei- at. Commonoini( at a point 30 ohftina j-ouih of 80 oornor of ieo. 5, Ip. 01, ilnugc 44, IhcDcc soulh t 1) 4 miles to sw corner of sec- 10, thence eaal 1 inilo lo no corner of sec. 21, thunoe Boulh2inileB I lo se corner 0.1 sec 38i thenoc west 1 mile, and terminnto at Ihe sw corner of aco. 28, tp, 91. Kg. 44. 3nd. Komi pclitioned for by C. V. Wood-nrd, et al. Coniincucing at the sw corner of see. 14, tp 93, Kg- 4ii, rnnnlng north on section linea ancmiloto nw corner of snnie section. 3rd. Kund pelilioneil for by Bobcrl Mft-gee. et. al. Coinmenoiug at n point on a road running in n ne direoilon through sec. 36, Tp ,93, Jig. 46,whoro the said road ci-ossea tlie west line of no qr of sniil sec, running thence north to llie north line of said section to intersect rand ruimlng cast and west, and thntso much of Ihe old road as runs through ne ijr of said sec, 35 be vacated. The Commissioners unfavorable report nn mad petitioned for by P Christlitn Scliniidi, et ul, couinioncing at the oei)tr.e ofaeo. 34, tp.  A fKParsons.oouimissionor on brUgfa 6jM^ Win Barrett do do     i*X^%-/j A Wilson do do     ITwJ ''J E II Shaw do do       7 ��? msAsroaissxEirr C MuDson, judge of eleotiou Preston township 1875 4 00 Joliu Kronio.-, judge of uleetioM iullun- gerforil I p. 1875 i 00 F li Sibley, clerk's fees Stanton town- 10 00 tp. 10 00 8 08 70 70 4 00 4 00 '22 00 26 00 ship 1875 Wm Stinlon, trustee WusbiDgtoo 1875 J 1' Oennis & oo, sush weights Jas Hopkins, SheriU's fees iM Neisins, cunsiable of elecliou Marion Ip. 1875 Henry Sehnoider, ju'lgo of eleution Marion tp, 1870 Dick IJynes, deputy i)Uoritr� fees P W Ouornaey, labor on plat book k A Oosliug,  nsacasing Stan.ou tp 187ft 20 00 D. C llusbrook,  uleik.of eleotiou Union Tp. 1875 4 00 liurg & lIc"tgos, eloUiing for paupiip 9 60 Q llaerling. Postage sluuips, etc 0 30 P i! Sibley, Co Suporinlendenls ser- Tiucs 70 04 P W Guernsey, Kent puid for pauper 4 00 J If'ernii H, Sons, stuiitfuery 30 'J6 J Al Jenkcua, uiedicid utldudauoe on puiipur 0 P Ifurd,  innlcrial  and  labor iu court room Juinea M liowcB, clerk of election Wualiington tp, 1875 J 11 Morf, meruliandiae for pauper A C 8huul2,  asaesaing  Hungcrford I own ship, 1870 Ovveu (iarvey, aaseasiug Perry tp, 187ti A II lligday,  iisseaaing Lincola tp, 1870 .Murry Crow, trustee rfioiix Lp 1875 Geo B .McCarty, Dial Ati'jr lees M B 1'tiU. merchanjiao J L Inuia, deputy aherilf'a fees N I'lhl. buolj und shoes for pauper B P Granger, oolllus for pauper Gi 0 J'^ boring & Co, moulding W 11 Smith, one uluck for Recorder's office 15 00 U C liluckhohn, merohandiso for pauper 1 S'2 Br >1 B Porter, meU allcndaaoe for pauper claimed iSOO 00 ullosired Blodgel &  fliot, uierchaudiae for paupers D W Held, merchandise and oltend- ante on paupers A W Parsuus, uoniiuittee on claims A IKilaoigLUummitlce on ciainis VVui Biii-refj, commiftoe s�r7ioe� Stephen Beeves, uaseasing ijigiu lp, F llardeil, janitor for Board of tiu-pervlBora M 1) Luihrop, aaaekaing Washington tp, 1870 Uoaald Mulviiniuoa, aaacssing Joho- soii Ip, 187d aO 00 Goo 1) Perkins, Books ond itatlon- ery 256 CO .Mrs II A Albright. �id for pauper 4 15 Grubb Bro's. oil 120 Obas A Burr, assessiag Marion tp, 1870 . 18 00 Aid rich i Co, coitl 44 14 J B Ciirry, County pubUshing and stationery 151 07 11 C Curtis, county atlornoyB fee* an I salary 46 60i! M Uiibert, express charges au'd re> A bill 18 before the Canadian Houw of Commons fur the cnii-ancbiat>tnent ;of the Indians within that rjalm.   ,Xlw< Monti-oal Wilness draws a cotitrast bel' twcon the results of the poJioy mank' rested iu tho treatment of the:IudiiuM:o� the Doiiiiiiiun and thut of this, couiiirf, ,~ which appears in favor of the for -'-^ It thinks, hoirevcr, that the onfrai ment of the Indian should'i^fih�> TkttJ run day and night,-and gi^snSniploi ment to over 500 hands, i The Vulcan Iron Wor'     '' ChiiMigo, arc building i giue fur the Kirby Company, to be at Lemont, 111. a large steam dredd States Govern inent^' Another vein at llapfds City, DlJ expeuted that a feet further in tl vein of finer quuli half to four, or. thickness.-T-: tvi�w The Califoi hills of an e gard to the the sigaatai to articles, paper shall to be iibeloi truly remi ever been of the Ireland, speaking actmeuts ooDStituti aneditor^ him tp and^pi That it tsoi-diug dejOi-uiitii ^i.absiud^ ^r*^or'hUi*JHH   

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