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COUNTY COMMISSIONERS
Report of BuaineRs Transacted in Special
Se8ftion, November 8. 1897.
Official Report.
Madison S. D. November 8th 1897
Board convened as per adojurnment, all
members and Auditor present,
The Board at once organized as a canvas
•Jfig board and proceeded to canvass the
vote with the following result.
For Judge of the circuit court of the
Olid Judicial Circuit.
Jiseph VV. Jones received 335 votes
William A. Wilkes received..... .368 votes
For County Commissioner 3rd Commis
sioner District
John Schuster received 119 votes
Plazi Derings received 118 votes
John Schuster having received a major
ty of all the votes cast for county commis
sioner in 3rd Commissioner District is de
clared elected county commissioner of
Lake County.
The board having completed their la
bors as a canvassing board, adjourned to
meet as a board of county commissioners
Tuesday Nov. gth 1897 at 8 o'clock a m.
SECOND DAY.
Tuesday November gth IS97.
Board convened as per adjournment all
members and auditor present.
On motionJChas, Bingham|was instructed
to sell the oats and corn on the poor farm.
The election expense bills for the several
voting precincts was audited and on mo
tioned allowed as follows.
VV. F. Tibbets, judge of election, [email protected] after
booth and returning ballot box S 5 20
Lewis Spawn, judge of election 2 00
F. L. Monroe, 2 00
W. H. Costlow, clerk of election 2 00
H. E. Payne, 2 00
S. N. Fader, judge of election and return
ballot box 3 60
A. H. Wright, judge of election 2 00
E, W. Greenhagen, judge of eleettofi 2 00
C. N. Fader, clerk of election 2 00
Willard Packard, 200
A. P. Hull, judge of election and
returning
ballot bcx 4 30
P. A. Johnson, judge of election 2 00
Joseph Knox 2 00
C. D. Strang, clerk of election 2 00
S. P. Hall, 2 00
O. O. Overskei, judge: of election and re
turning ballot box 5 60
Lars Johnson, judge ot election 2 00
Ole Frisli e, 2 00
George H. Allen, clerk of election 2 00
C. O. Egge, 2 00
C. J. Miller, judge of election and returning
ballot box 4 00
Frank Hammer, judge of election 2 co
E. Kelley, 2 00
J, H. Bagley, clefk
«t electiM
clerk
Angus
2 00
C. E. Bagley, 1 00
D. B. Hollingsworth. iudge of election and
returning ballot box 2 80
William Cuitis, judge of election 200
J. W. Thompson 2 00
J, J. H. Gillis, clerk of election 2 00
D. M. Finnie, judge of election and return
ing ballot box 3 40
J. B. Douglas, judge of
election
2 so
L. T. Crow, 2 00
E. R. C. Gross, clerk of election 2 00
W. F. Richards. 2 00
Andrew Ramsey, judge of election and re
turning ballot box 5 00
Thomas Hoidal, 8r. clerk of election 2 00
Mike Tobin, 2 co
Thomas Hoidal Jr. clerk of election 2 00
Mike Tobin 2 00
Win. Blankenburg, judge of election and
returning ballot box 4 40
Peter E. Olson, judge of election 2 00
George P. McQuillin 200
Win. O'Connell clerk 2 co
Henry Venner 2 00
H.J. Hammer judge of election and le
turning ballot box 340
W. R. Reynolds judge of election 2 00
C. G. Westaby 2 00
j. B. Johnson clerk 200
W. H. Boyd 2 00
Abel Mitchell judge of election and return
ing ballot box 2 So
Rob't Oliver judge of election 2 00
T. H.O'Dell ,.. 200
H. G. Muller clerk 2 00
Earnest F. Kruger 2 00
J. C. Cassutt judge of election and return
ing ballot box 4 40
J. W. Schnell judge of election 2 00
E. R. Olmstead 2 00
B. A. Bronson clerk 2 00
H. B. Howard 2 co
J. A. Kaner judge of election and returning
ballot box 5 .So
John Donahoe judge of •lection 2 00
C. W. Shirley 2 00
J. W. Lander clerk 2 00
C. W. Reynolnr, 2 00
David Theophilus judge of election and re
turning ballot box 460
?. C. Pond judge of election 2 00
C. B.-'Ames 2 00
G. T. Pond clerk 2 00
John Davis 2 00
F. F. Knight judge of election and return
ing ballot box 4 60
August Rcidei judge of election 2 co
C. G. Laughlin 2 00
Henry.Borchardt clerk 200
Herman Pamoerin 2 00
John H. Groce judge of the election and re
turning ballot box 560
Thomas Ferguson judge of election 2 00
C. Hathaway 2 00
J?ani'jl Currie
William Power 2 00
William Tierney office rent 20
The noon hour having arrived the board
on motion adjourned to meet at 1 o'clock
p. M.
AFTERNOON SESSION.
The afternoon was spent in consulting
the physicians in regard to the two Bau
masters who had applied to the County
for aid to send them to a hospital, the local
physicians having failed to give them any
relief.
On motion adjourned to meet Wednesday
November 10th 1897 at 8 o'clock A. M.
THIRP PAY.
Wednesday November 10th 1897.
Board convened as per adjournment all
members and auditor present.
The following bills were audited and on
motion allowed.
Wm. McGrath fees in the Insan
I ity case of Mary Jane Bond and
Lena Sandstrom $ 8 83
J. M, Duff examination of Lena
Sandstrom charged with insanity
and milage in the same. 13 20
J. Duff services rendered in glan
dered horses of G. Pesch el
Wentworth township 00
A' Archer making table for RegisiSf
of Deeds office $ 00
G. M. Farley publishing proced
ings notices and stationary 33 3°
Martin F, Berther witness fees
paid E. Sheridan on Cert. .... 1 10
Martin F. Berther stamps, freight,
express and exchange paid 7 95
Martin F. Berther salary as county
treasurer for October ».... 12500
Brown & Saenger tax receipts, cash
books, tax sale certificates and
"X" stamps. 6920
J. F. Stahl,publishing proceedings,
notices and stationery 43 18
C. W. Daugherty, salary for Oct.. 90 75
C. W. Daugherty. express and post
age 1 50
C. Thurow. salary as register
of deeds 125 00
C. H. Thurow, postage for October 2 20
Nellie Tierney, clerk in auditor's
office SJ 00
J. J. Fitzgerald, goods for cottrt
house 12 10
J. A. Allen, publishing notices afld
blanks, claimed $6.30, allowed.. 00
J. M. Walker, one day's work OD
auditor's vault 2 35
H. J. Stott, publishing proceed
ings, ballots, Mtices and sta
tionery 67 00
D, A. McGillivray, distributing
ballot boxes and mileage 4650
D. A. McGillivray, serving notices
on judges of election, claimed
$34.35, allowed 92 83
Perkins Brcs., eleeticn supplies... 50 00
On motion the quarterly statement
of the hospital for the insane for the quar
ter ending Septamber 30th, 1S97, was ap
proved and ordered on file as follows:
Edward L. Perry $ 48 00
J. S. Johnson 4^ 00
James E. Goggins 48 00
Ole Marthison 48 00
Geo Ryan 48 00
Margaret Deveraux 48 00
Clara Thompson 48 00
Augusta Borsce 4$ 00
Anna Morse 48 00
Amelia Weidman. 4800
On motion the bill of S. M, Jenkn
consulting with county physi
cian in Baumaster cases was al
lowed 5 co
J. M. Preston,clerk cf the courts having
filed a requisition for the names of thirty
five persons to serve as jurors, the com
missioners apportioned the same as fol
lows, and ordered the auditor to notify the
several town clerks of the same:
Summit 1, Franklin x, Orland 5, LeKoy
x, Herman
2,
2 00
E. A. Knight 2 00
Win. Metcalf judge of the election and re
turning ballot box 2 20
G. R. Knapp judge of election 2 00
S. E. Baldwin 2 00
J. B. Jones clerk 2 00
H. H. Holdridge 2 00
E. B. Stacy judge of election and return
ing ballot box 230
JaiiH.s H. Garry judge of election 2 00
J. A. Norton 2 00
J. R. Jones clerk 2 00
C. E. Tyrrill 2 00
Pat Tierney judge of election
and
return­
ing ballot box 2 20
A. P. Harling judge of election 2 00'
Chas. Bingham 2 00
Mat. Roiifch clerk 2 00
Chas. An( le 2 00
J. B. Keohler office rent 200
Sam Colgrove judge of Election and return
ing a lot I ox 2 20
N. A. Fox judge of election 200
L. J. Fisher 2 00
F. D. Palmer ci erk 2 00
C. H. Roberts 2 00
Joe Power judge of e'ection and returning
ballot box 280
Chas. Elhottjudje of tVeelection a 00
Geo. Hare 200
Mseauley clerk"
3 00
Rutland 1, Chester 2, Lake
View 1, Wayne 2, CtartSo 2, Nuoda 3,
Madison
14.
On motion the following bills
lowed
W. H. Buxton, per diem and mile
age
H. A. Davis per diem and mileage.
Chas. Bingham per diem
al­
10 10
11 00
9 00
On motion the auditor was instructed to
deliver to the Treas., Reg. and Supt, of
schools their salary warrants for the month
of November on their filing their bill for
the same on or after Dec. 1st 1S97.
On motion the bill of Vedder & Howlett
for
20720
pounds of Hocking and 17895
of nut coal was allowed
148 48
On motion Chas. Bingham is hereby
authorized to purchase tickets for the two
Baumasters to go to the hospital and for
that purpose the auditor is instructed to
draw a warrant in favor of said Bingham
for the amount necessary to take them.
These minutes read and on motion ap
proved.
On motion board adjourntd,
H. A. DAVIS,
Chairman Board Co. Comr's.
Attest:
E. C. KEITH,
County Auditor and Clerk of said Board
W oinen Suffragists in Wisconsin.
MADISON, Wis., Nov. 17.—A national
womans suffrage conference, intended
to open a vigorous campaign for equal
suffrage in Wisconsin, will begin in
this city next Wednesday and continne
two days. Among the prominent
speakers will be Susan B. Anthony and
Carrie Chapman Catt.
Argentina's Crop.
BUENOS AYRES, Nov. 17.—Argentine's
coming wheat crop is estimated at
1,500,000 tons. Deducting home con
sumption, there will remain at least
1,000,000 tons for export. The flax crop
is estimated at 400,000 tons. The maize
crop will not be abundant unless there
comes a good fall of rain in December.
LATEST MARKET BEF6BT.
Milwaukee Grain.
MILWAUKEE, NOV. 16.
WHEAT—No. 1 Northern, 910 No. 9
Spring, 86c May, 89%a
CORN- No. 3, 26*@37c.
OATS—No. 3 white, 23}4988J0.
BARLEY—No. 2, 42®4to sample on
track, 82$42c.
Dulnth Grata.
DDLUTH. Nov. 16.
WHEAT—Cash No. 1 hard, 91$£o No. 1
Northern, Wl^o No. 2 Northern,
No. 3 spring, sO^c rejeoted, [email protected] to
arrive, No. lhard, »l%c No. 1 Northern,
•91^o November No. 1 Northern, 91c
December, Nj. 1 Northern, 87%o May,
No. 1 Northern, J.
Minneapolis Grain.
MINNEAPOLIS, NOV. 16.
WHEAT—Novembar closed at 90J^c
December, 38%c May, 87%o. On
Track—Xo. 1 hard. S)l%c No. 1 Northern,
90%c: No. 2. Northern, 86%c.
Poultry, Butter and Eggg.
CHICAGO, Nov. 16.
Live poultry, weak. Turkeys, 9s
chickens, 53 spring chickens, Gc
ducks Butter, steady. Cream
ery, dairies, [email protected] Eggs, firm
fresh, 18c.
St. Paul Union Stock Yar^S.
SOUTH ST. PAUL,
NOV.
16.
HOGS—Market 6c higher. Quality
good. Range of prices, [email protected](X
CATTLE—Market steady. Good de
mand.
Sales ranged at [email protected] for stack
ers $3.00(3:3.15 for cows [email protected] for
steers $4.7oyj5.00 for calves.
SHEEP—Market strong and active
Sales ranged at $3.80S4.00 for muttons
14.75(^5.20 tor lambs.
Receipts: Hogs, 1,600 cattle^ 1,000
calves, 150 sheep, 4000.
Sioux City Lire Stoek.
Sioux CITY, LA., Nov. 16.
HOGS—Market active and steady.
Range of prices, f3.15(38.35.
CATTLE—Market generally active
and
steady.
Prices ranged at $3.00(33.95 for heifers
$3.45 for cows $4.40 for calves [email protected]
for stockers and feeders $3.40(3)i.80 for
rangers.
SHEEP—Market in fair demand at
$4.00(^4.30.
Chicago Union Stoek Tarda.
CHICAGO, NOV. 16.
HOGS—Market slow and shade lower.
Sales ranged at I3.35S3.50 for light
$3.35(^3.55 for mixed $3.15g)3.50 for
heavy $3.15(^3.25 for rough.
CATTLE—Market steady at yester
day's decline.
Sales ranged at [email protected] for beeves
$1.80 a4.40 for cows and heifers $2.7o(j
3.80for Texas steers [email protected] for west
erns $2.90(34.40 for stojkers and feeders.
SHEEP—Market strong to a shade
higher.
Sales ranged at [email protected] for natives
$5.25(^4.70 for westerns $4.1546.10 for
lambs.
Chleago Grain and Provisions.
CLOSING PRICES.
CHICAGO, NOV. 16.
WHEAT—November, 93$£c December,
94c old, 88c January, 88%c May,
89}^c July, 83^o.
CORN November, 26c December,
26c May, 29%c.
OATS November, 19%c Decem
ber. May. 21%(321J£c.
PORK—November, $7.22 December.
$7.22 January, $8.20.
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