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Banks, Sheriff; Ole O. Roe, Superintendent of Schools; R. H. Mitchell, County Surveyor; J. I. Hostetter, Coroner; R. W. Ballard, Supervisor for 1886.
BOARD OF SUPERVISORS FOR 1886.
J. Q. Burgess (re-elected Nov. 2, 1886); Anthony Hale, R. W. Ballard.
SENATORS AND REPRESENTATIVES FROM STORY
The following is a list of the State Senators and Representatives from Story County who have represented us in the Iowa Legislature from the first in the county up to and including 1887.
John Scott, 1860-1; E. B. Potter, for the unexpired term of J. Scott, who resigned in order to go into the servicethe war, the term expiring with 1863; George M. Maxwell, 1872, '73, '74, '75; W. H. Gallup, 1876, '77, ' 78, '79; Col. John Scott, elected November, 1885, to fill the vacancy made by the resignation of J. D. Gillette; Col. Scott, Lieutenant Governor of Iowa from 1867 to the close of 1869 (two years); was elected Oct. 8, 1867; term expired with 1869.
J. L. Dana, 1858-9; S. B. Rosenkrans, of Hamilton County for 1860-61; T. C. McCall, 1862-3; George M. Maxwell, 1864, '65, '66, '67; James Hawthorn, 1863-9; W. K. Wood, 1870, '71, 72, '73; L. Q. Hoggatt, 1874-5; Milton Evans, 1876-7; Frank Curtiss, 1878-9; W. D. Lucas, 1880-1; T. C. McCall, 1882, '83, '84, '85; Oley Nelson, 1886, '87.
The first biennial session of the Iowa Legislature convened on the second Monday of January, 1858, at the City of Des Moines.
QUESTIONS SUBMITTED TO THE VOTE OF THE
A number of propositions for donations of lands, moneys or bonds, amendments to the constitution of the State, as well as other propositions, have from time to time been submitted to the vote of the people of the county.
First in order will be given an election to determine whether or not Story County should offer $10,000 in bonds as a donation for the location of the "State Agricultural Farm" in the County. The