The Carroll Sentinel from Carroll, Iowa on October 12, 1894 · Page 12
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A Marvelous Showing. The U. S. Government, through the Agricultural Department, has been investigating the baking powders for the purpose of informing the public which was the purest, most economical and wholesome. The published report shows the Royal Baking Powder to be a pure, healthful preparation, absolutely free from alum or any adulterant, and that it is greatly stronger in leavening power than any other baking powder. Consumers should not let this valuable information, official and unprejudiced, go unheeded. •OVAL BAKING POWDM CO., 108 WALL ST., NiW-VOTK. DAILY AND WEEKLY. ALL HOME PRINT. THE SKNTINICL la tne only newspaper In Carroll county that Is printed all at. borne and It con- sins more local and county news tban any otber two papers In this county. POWKBS A COLOLO, Props. FltlDAY, OOTOBEB 12, 1894. PEOPLE AND tVENTS. Visit Moore's shoe atere. Mrs. fi. B. King is on tbe sick list. John Guild was at Omaha Tuesday on business. Pdtent photojjruph envelopes for sale at this office. W. A. McLagan has returned from his Chicago trip. PaintH, Oils and Bruslies at J. W. Hatton's. T. J. Wilhite went to Bioux City Tuesday afternoon on business. Silas Priest, of Manning, was in the city Tuasday lor a short time. Diseases ot the eye, ear, throat and nose. Dr. O. L. Wright, Oarroll. Mrs. N. M. Hunter Itft Tuesday for Carnarvon for a few days' visit. Geo. B. Frazier, of Breda, came to the city Tuesday afternoon on business. Tho candidates on the Republican ticket held a meeting in tho city Monday. Henry Marnette, of Coon Rapids, was in the oily Tuesday calling on old friends. Diseases of women and children a specialty. Dn. B. C. KELLEY, Carroll, la. lauurauae, aud money to loan on real- estate at 6 per cent. MARTIN & MAHTIN. v7. E. Guild enjoyed a visit Tuesday from his father who resides at Manning. The date for Joe Ott in the "Star Gazers" for this place has been canceled. 8am Bowman, of Union township, was in tin: city Monday afternoon for a short time. Frank Wichmer, of Breda, was in the city attending the Wichmer-'I'hiers nuptials. Frank Bradley, of Des Moinos, was in the city Saturday calling on his old friends. Mis. R. Y. Culbertson and little Clara left tho first of the week for a visit in Chicago. J. B. Fitzgerald and wife spent Sunday at Hac City with their parents and friends. Boos & Lauvblin arc offering the lowest prices on carpets und oil cloth of anyone in the city. L. C. Goodwin, of Bonne, risitcil in thu city yesterday with his fathoij- luw, T. H. Uardy. Cbae. Westbrook sprained one of his ankles and is limping around m a very graceful manner. Miss Anderson and Miss Quint, teachers in the West Bide schools, were in the the city Haturduy. B. It. Burke and wife returned Saturday from Chicago, where they bad been for tbe past week. L. M. Nichols, after visiting in the city for ft few days, returned to his home at Boone Wednesday. Geq. Martin took tho tram Saturday for Wall Lake to spued buuilay at . houie with bit ptrtoU. Al Collins has bought BcnJ. Wlluiors' U 'tereat in tbe eait end litery burn, tak mi? poBseiwIon list week. J. C. Letts left Tuesday afternoon for Cedu.' liuplds to attend a meeting of tho wholiuiulo urocori of Jow». Oouin'y Treasurer Albertsen left for his old homo «l liroda Saturday for a short visit with Ills friends, Italpb Bmith 1« Ju the city for a few days, lie b«s bo«o out uu tho road for aeveraJ weeks ia Uio lutcrcit of Northwestern Buildim? and Loan association and reports hating met with good success. W. R. Orchard was in the city in the interest of the Glidden Graphic. Will is making a good newspaper man. Miss Anna Wieland is now employed in a large dry good" store Omaha and will remain there during the winter. The county clerk issued a marriage license Wednesday to A. N.Vandervelden, of Breda and Miss L. Tanner of this city. Our prices OD flour are right, suite everybody, give it a trial and you will oome buck to the Yellow front for more. T. H. Hardy returnedTuesday fromMar- Bhalltowo, where he has been fora few days looking after business interests in that city. Mr, and Mrs. J. B. Hungerford and Miss Slaniie Trate left Wednesday for Bioux City to spend a day at tbe Inter- Stuto fair. The great comedy success "Jaue" may have been a drawing card in London 400 nights, but one is about all the people of this city cares for. Frank Allen, of the Audubon Advocate, was in the city on his way to attend the meeting of the Inter State fair, at Sioux City. W. L. Culbertson left last week for a trip to Arkansas to look after business interests in that state. lie expects to be aome next week. N. Belter, president of the Germania society, made quite n neat little speech to the audience Friday evening at the opera uouse in behalf of the society. Yesterday was the dale Jor the big rice at Sioux City between Joe Patchen aud Robert J. A large number of our citizens were there to see the match. Ohneo & Snnborn teas and coffees were used exclusively on tbe World's fair grounds, selected tor their superior qaulity. Hold only by Merchant. Oscar Seaman, of Breda, was sentenced Friday in thu federal court to tlie state penitentiary for 8 years and fined $0,000. He did not put in a defense. W. V. Morso and Chas. A. Cur, of the firm of Morse A Co., shoe company of Omaha, were in the city Wednesday looking over the Carroll shoe factory, A young Democrat arrived at the home of County Clerk Konnebeck Sunday night. This is the fourth and John says he is tbe sweetest little fellow of them all H. G, Werniraont, of Dubuque, was in the city Wednesday. Be has been at Dedbam adjusting some losses his company sustained by reason of the fire at that place. Mrs. G. W. Wattles was in the city tbe puest of Mr. anil Mrs. 0. L. Wattles. Shu had been visiting her parents at Clarksville aud stopped on her way home. Tho firm of Nolen & Hodge has been dissolved by mutual consent, Chas. Bodge retiring as a member of «aid firm, but will remain ia tho laundry as heretofore. J. J. Russell passed through the city and cheered tho Democracy of ibis city with tho hopo that he will deliver a campaign speech hero during tho present campaign. U. L, Akin, llviug wont of the city, hud a verv difficult operation performed on him Monday at his home. Tho patient is very low und it is doubtful if he will recover, Merchant waule you to oall at hia alore aud aee bow few goods you OMII buy for five dollars. Lf UVB your sacks aud baskets at home, but put a doable box ou your sled or wugou, Miss Suslo CulluKUuu und Miss Kale Kelley left for thuir huuies iu Dos Moloes Tuesday aftoruoou uftor upending a few weeks very pleaiwuily visiilng Ihu Holland family, couuiusof theirs. County Clerk Kounebock turned the following witrioiuutui jjurwUe: Tiio«, F. Boyce to Miss Alice Gabbet; E. M. *ny- der to Miss Ida May Smith and to Arthur McBurny and Miss Mary Brehain. Mrs. Shadle's millinery opening wns largely attended and she and her help were kept busy waiting on their customers. The room was nicely decnraleri and presented a very •Utnictive appenninre. Mis. A. U. Quint has returned from Keokruk where she represented 'Signet Chapter No. 1, O. E. 8., of this city as a delegate in the meeting of the grnnd chapter which was in session last, week. Wednesday evening Mr. and Mrs. Clins Gnam entertained a large number of their friends at their home. Whist was the order of the evening. Elegant re fresbmunts were served and Mrs. Gnam proved herself a delightful entertniner. The Midland Teacher in out again tor this month after its rest during the cum- mer vacation. Tbe contributors to this number have done excellent work uoci every live teacher in the county should read it. The Democrats of Manning are hustlers. They started in to secure Gov. Boies for a campaign speech and today telephoned that they bad succeeded and that the governor will speak there Friday tbe 19th. Ren Edwards, of Dedbam, was in tbe city and says he bad no trouble in adjusting his losses by the fire satisfac- toirly with the companies. He says that tbe majority of the companies were very honorable in their settlements.' W. E. Guild has moved into his new home on the corner of Adams and Eighth streets. Mr. Guild h/is secured one of the best corners in the city and has been muking it more attractive by fixing up the house and grounds ^uite generally. Hon. U. B. Basel ton wns in the city Haturdny for a short time He brings a good report from the eastern onrt of the county and says that the Demounts down that way will sustain- Hut record they have made for loyally to '.he party. tl. T, Drake was at Des Moioes last week to take an examination before Chief Clerk Penn on Nebraska. He "threw" that state in twenty-six minutes without n single error. This is a splendid record, such as few postal clerks could equvl. The Germania society can congratulate itself on the large crowd that was present at the opening of tho new opera house. The large attendance is evidence of the appreciation of our citizens to this society for the splendid opera bouse which it has erected for us, A train load of cavalrv returning from the east passed through the city Thursday. They had been called east duJlng tho great strike and wore just on their way borne. Tho white soldiers will N) quartered at Ft. Meado, B. D., and the colored at Ft, Robinson, Neb. Henry Thlors and wife were tendered a reception Wednesday by tho Union band and a large number of their friends at tbe residence of B. 11. Wichmer, tbe home of tbe bride. The newly married couple took tbe evening train for Milwaukee to spend tbe honeymoon, Sexton Bros, have completod putting down tho second well for the city. Tbey wont about the same depth for tali as for tbe Ur»t, It being 111 feet. Friday laat tbe lest wn>> made and it was lilfhiy sat isfactorv. Tbe Bunion boys understand their business aud bavo done a good Job for the city. Sic county jail Is now having the cells placed In position. The woik also of laying the pipes for the water works and cesspool In also being put In.—Suit Democrat. From this we judge that Sac county Is arranging to take euro of their own prisoners. For several yours they boeu koopmg Ibeui in our county jail. UuOarl & Glluoro have concluded to move tho stock of goods owned by 1 tbe Oarroll Dry Goods oouipuuy to Uolsteln ou tbe 86lh of tbls mouth and will for few days tell goods cheaper thuo I ever done in this isHjt, It will pay you | to call and learn their prices befoti il purchasing, We have made a«Huf ementa'by whio! we can tarnish thto pap«r aud the twio a-week New York World all for oulv 82 n year. Here IB the opportunity 4o * onr own looal paper and tbe New York VVnrld twice every week at. estrnorrii until? low ratea. Address THK 8«wi Nit,, Oarroll, la. Henry Tbiers and Mary T. Wlchme: were united in marriage Tuesday a 88. Peter * Paul's Church, Rev. Father Nackn performing'the ceremony. Mr Thlers is one of tbe successful business Tien in our city and'his wife will iprove a pleasant companion to him. We join with his friends in extending congratulations. | Onr stock ie complete, goorlc Bret quality, popular prices. Tbe tariff or silver bill cuts no figure with us. iDon't think beoanoe we don't button hole yon on tho street and beg yon to trade with IUP, we don't want your trade. Wedo, but think von are wiee enough to ohocee tbe best place to trade. 'Reepaatfully: ' Si. N. MERCHANT. 'Miss Wieland «av« -she received word from Browning, Mo., that Mrs. Viola Bturees, first wife of Tf. F. Sturees, died at that place on tbe rL7»h of September from consumption. She was taken there from California in June on a cot. After her arrival she rallied .for a while but was again taken worse and died is stated above. The managers of the opera house informed us that they have ordered (lie plate for making tbe tickets .for the opera house and that ail the chairs will be numbered and the tickets made tu correspond. This is a wise idea and will lie a great convenience to'those purchasing tickets and will insure that they get the seats they buy. Married, at the residence of Frank Tanner, ibis daughter, Miss Libbie Tanner, and A. N. Vandervelden, of Breda, Iowa, 'Wednesday evening, Oct. 10. '04. We wish Mr. and Mrs. Vandervelden a bright future, a long and happy life und all the procperity that can be obtained by honest industry and frugality. Marriage solemnized by Elder J. E. Nelson. * The Germans of this locality will observe German day next Monday. The date was postponed from tbe 6th iu order t:) hold the exercises in the new opera liouse. We understand a very interestirg program has been prepared for that occasion. If the day is favorable the at- eudnnco will be very large as a number of invited societies from the surrounding cities will join the local society.!in celebrating the event. Cards have been received announcing the marriage on Tuesday, Oct. 28, of Mi&s May Bailey and Ed. Hastings at the ionic of the bride's paaeuts at Cedar [iapids. Both these young people were formerly residents of this cit\ and have a arg» ouuiber of warm friends hero who will unite in wishing them a happy future. The young people will reside in Chicago, where Mr, Hastings in prepar- g himself for the ministry. U: W. Macomber was agreeably sur • jrised today by receiving a letter from dibbard, Spencer & Bartlett announcing hat in recognition of the excellent service he had rendered the firm in secur- og collections, that they had taken tbe iuertv of shipping him a compLete^eet of tin Century dictionary, something Mr. Vlacotnber has long desired but never 'elt he could afford to buy. Thursday morning's NVw York papers state that on tbe previous evening Congressman J. P. Dolliyer of Iowa address ed a meeting at Brooklyn, N, Y, Brother Jonathan- must be a sort of dual per- sonugi;, or else "there's a follow that ooks like hiin"i imposing on the eastern people, for be arrived in this city at 0 o'clock of the same evening he is reported as having made his speech at Brooklyn. Moses Simon and Miss Jennie Stoiu- berger visited tbe high schoolWednesday, Mr. Simon spending tbe entire afternoon. Mr. Hiiuon expresses himself as thorough •• ly proud of the school! aud was especially interested in the work in astronomy un der Prof. Lisk, and ethics under Stipt, Auient. Be speaks highly of tho work in German under Miss Butzow, and says he was sorry be did not get to visit a class directly under Principal Smith. Wo are sorry that a misunderstanding has arisen between tbe management of the opera bouse and the Joe[Ott Company and that tbe date for that entertainment has been canceled. Mr. Goodwin waa in tho city yesterday and says that be bad boon at considerable expense In advertising the company, as be was desirous >f giving our people a first class enter talument and bad tbe company (hut would have done U, but under the circumstances be thinks it best to cancel tbe date. Notwithstanding the unfavorable condition of lue weather Dr. Uuilev was welcomed to (be pulpit of tbe P"'»by- termu church lust Sunday by n large audience, Tbe doctor tilled this pulpit for a number of years and many of bis congregation were present on this occa sion to again listen to hit; words of advice aud encouragement, llev. Bailey was always a favorite with his people aud tboy aro delighted wbvu glVou au oppor tunlty of listening to his sermons, Friday ovuuiug;W. U. Wostfall und wifo Uiuduroil a reception to the uuiiu- beisof (he Kpworlb league of .ibis city. A uuuibor of outside parlies wuro Invited, making iu all a very pleasant and couKeulal gathering of tbe youuger olo lueut of our e»tl*«ns. Tbe evening wai FORTY ttlLLION CAKES YEARLY. THE PnOOTEB ft 4MMBLE CO., OIN'TI. deputed to music and recitations, afte; Which refreshments were served. Thi young people apeak very hlglily of theii host and hostess' ability to entertain their friends. Thos. F. Boyce and Alice Qabbet were united in marriage Monday morning at St. Joseph's.church, Rev. Father O'Connor performing the ceremony. A large number of the friends ot the contracting parties -were present. Mr. Boyce Is one of the young mon that has grown up in our midst and by his good qualities as a man has won many friends who will be clewed to know that he has concluded to become a permanent resident oi city. Hii wife is .deserving of such a man as he for a life companion. We join in extending-congratulations. E. N. Merchant and his brother Lou returned from Auburu, Neb." Sunday evening, where they had been called by the sad news of the sickness of their mother. Shortly after-they arrived her disease took au Harming change and Friday morning ended in death. The body was laid to rest Saturday afternoon. Mrs. Merchant was 95 years and 7 months old at the time of her deuth. During tier long and eventful life she h»d been blessed with good health. She was one of. these women who successfully raised a Family and bad seen her share of the ovs and sorrows of lif«. .Her death was due to old ate, the vital function of body had run out, and death came like a dream at the close of a well srent life. We see by the Coon Rapids Enterprise aiiBum Henry is on the sick list. Of course we will not take advantage of his sickness but when he gets well we want him to .explain how the board of supervisors or any one else could make his >aper one of the official organs of the county without additional expense to the county. We claim that it cannot be done even if Sam does say so. It is nat t all strange that he is off uu this foi he has not made a statement this season regarding the power of the board of supervisors that was not at variance with the acts. He makes his error in presuming bat the county board is not amenable to the laws of our state and that they can nlv exercise) certain discretionary Dowers when the law gives them the authority. «In all'other instances they re controlled by the statute of our state ust the same as other officials. It is not n any way discretionary with the board s to what papers shall be the official rgans of the county anj more than it IB s tci whom shall be the county officials. A few nights ago, says the Oskuloosa leruld, a weird and awe inspiring spcc- acle uiiule its appearance in the sky orth or tun city which thoroughly Tightened those who were abroad at iiut hour. The apparition took on the ppearauco of a hand (if giant propor- ioiiB, each finger being particularly well cflned against the sombre blackness round and the index finger being raised nd pointed directly over the city. Pul- e.s of light changing troru uincthvet to inlior cuiui; from the giiuit wrist us rogO- tirly UB the heart bouts of a maiden until t reached tlio tips of the fingers, where t fell in blood red drops of light and was swallowed up in the darkness below, ireathless the watchers viewed this trauge aud uocunuy sight in the sky uu- il midnight. Gradually the fingers and mud lost their defined outline and in heir place drifted soft fleecy clouds like nconee from tho burning altar of the leavens, aud at the, hour of midnight nothing remained but the pale light of he stars. Piles! Piles I Itching Piles, Symptoms moisture; Intense Itulilng and sting ug, most ut ulubtj worse b; narmonlng. It si owed to continue tumor* forui, which olteu bleed and ulcerate, becoming very nortt, sway ne's ointment stops the Itching and bleeding, leali ulueratlon and In luont canei removes the QIDON. At drugglM*, or by mall, (or M) ueuu Or. Swayue & Bon, Philadelphia. 5-1-96 Advertised Letters, The following letters remain uncalled 'or at the postuftloe, Oct. 8, 1891. Juluss delivered wllhlu thirty days from late they will bo forwarded to the dead otter *>ftlre at Washington, D. U.: John Wuit A. D. Clark Mrs. K. 0. Armitroug. The law provides that oue cent shall be paid for all letters advertised. When calling for same please state date of advertisement. JNO. L. Powviis, P. If, DKMOCIUTIO OAUOUB. The Demoorats of Itlohlaud township, will meet In CBUOUB at Ccmter school house, iaturdav October ID, at4o'«loek, lo place it nomination township officers, ami .ransaut such oilier busluust »u may couie before the caucus. . K. HAW. Clmlmmii. » KNI> twelve oeuts In postugu stump* to BO Corcoran Building, Wuuliliujton, I). 0.. and you will reeulve fo»r coiilo* ol JUTK Kim.n's WASH- IMUTOM, containing matter of *|>«clal Intoritit. ilvo immeuud wddrebi, and (*»v where you saw hU advetUiteinut I. ALWAYS IN TIIU <HAU. Moses biiuon of the Famous just open, od a large apartment of boys knee panU nnd'iults, juutablo for the prosout wunts. h icuu and goods always awuy down, REPORT OF THE CONDITION — OP THIS — FIRST NATIONAL-BANK (39C9) At Carroll, In tlie Suite of Iowa, at the dote of buBlnesH, October 2,18M. BE8OCBOE8. Loons and discounts $191 .ran 07 Overdrafta, secured and unsecured... nS 41 D. 8. Bonds to necure circulation 26,000 09 Premiums on U. S. bonds... 8.60J 00 Stocks, securities,etc... 2.4% 00 Banking house, furniture and fixtures 2,826 2S Other real estate and mortgages owned 18,276 29 Due from approved reserve... • agents... .- 19.931 gg Checks mid other cash items.... .lira 44 Motes of other Nutloiml biu.ks 759 00 Fractional paper currency, nickels and cents 10487 Lawful moueyreserved In bank, viz: • , bpeole 8.646 00 [«gal tender notes 6.000 00-85,510 00 Redemption rand with U. 8. treasurer (6 per cent ol circulation) .... 1,125 UO Total. S280,78Tai LIAUIUTiXS. Capital stock paid In WOO.OOO no iurpluB fund 600000 Undivided profits, less expenses and ' taxes pnld 3503 97 Rational bank notes outstanding 22,600 00 )ue to ol ht'r National banks.. 15,734 01 Due to state banks aud bankers 61394 'ndlvldunl deposits subject to „ check 89,00254 )emni)d certificates of deposit. 7.0'82 06 :lmocertificates of deposit...25,286 40-188,777 96 Bills payable 10,000 00- Total State of Iowa, County of Carroll, RS: I, C. L. Wattled, cashier of tlie above named ank, do solemnly swear thut the above state- lent Is true to tbe best of my knowledge and be- 0. L. WATTLES, Oashler. Subscribed and sworn to before me tbla (ith dttvofout., 1894. CBBAL] WM. B. LEE, Notary Public. lOltBBOT—AUost: C. A, MAST, ) J. IS. GUI1TFI t H, Ullrectors. V. UINU10US. i An active agent lu oaoh uouuly lu Ibe United Status, to solicit subscriptions for tbo TwIcc-a-Wcuk liupubllo. A liberal commission will bo paid to bustlers. As] dress, supurintoudout circulation, Tito Itepubllc, Bt. Louis, No. ALMOST A NEW YORK DAIIJT. That Democratic wouder, the New- York Weekly World, has just changed lift weekly into a twice-H-week paper, and you oan now get the two papers a week for the same old prioe—81 H year. Think of iM Tbe news from New York right at your door frenh every three days— 104 pnpera a yi»ar, Pure Bred Poland China Piers for Sale. I have 100 pore btedf Poliu d Chins pigs for sale, moat of thuin sired by Quo (3416) out of aged BOWB. I will t«ke good notes when parties want (hem. Quo ia four veare old weighs over eis bnndred pounds when in breeding condition; can carry 1000 pounds. s. T. Bonraou. • Weet Side, Is. NOTICE-HIGH WAY--Proof of Claim*. To M. Uishop, C. E. Stanley and U. B. SJIiUrwii! uudall wlioni itinny concern: The ci>uiiuinsioiier uppuintcd tu locate nd viicntfl a hlgliwuj (!oniHn;nnlngi»t a lointoii tlienorih linn of thu ri^lit ot way f the Chicago & Norlluvestuiu railway t a point 88 feut westpf wlmre thcqti irter octlon line running betwRwi the cast lialt nd llio west half of the southwest quarter .f sei-.tloii 27,t.ownslilu8i,ranK«B8 westDth i. m , of Iowa, c.niRHtiiB the. north line of ifjln of way of the said Chiea^o & North- vostern railway Hiicirunningllieiice north 5 feet, thouco westerly 187 feet; thence mill) 48 feet to the north line of said right f way; thence east nlnnp the norlh line f Baiii t lull t of way to the place of begin- ilne; belli!.' a strip of land containing 9100 acres. Alno eomnuw'.ine at a >i)lnt 88 feet west of where the quarter ec.tlon line above rteBr.ribrrt cvosRp. 0 the onth line of the 8»lrt rli'htof way of the aid Chicago & North western railway and tinning thence south MS feet, (hence In a westerly direction 220 feet, thence north 48 feet, to the said south line of the said iRht of way, thence east alone said Bouth Ine of Rfcld rifflit of way to the place of Klnnlnu, nnntainiiiR a strip of land con- lnlrig 81-100 of an acre. Also vacate the hisliWRy on the afore- lald quarter section line, commencing »t he north lino of the rlithtof way of said ailway company xml running thenc* nuth aoroRs nnld rlcht of way to tlie south In* of «»id rluht of wny. Has reported in favor of locKtlon and flontion thereof, and all objections th«re- o ornlalm" for dam neon ninst be tiled in heBiidltor's office on or before noon ot h-- 18th day of November. A. D. 1894, or ueli hlffhwav will be lonated without eferenoe thereto. w. P T|OM«ACH, 24-4k » Oonnt.y Auditor. Executor's Notice Notice u hereby given to all ixtrioni Inter- Mfd. that on the XBlb day of August, IBM, the inderelKiiei' was appointed by tho iilntrlot court f Carroll county. Iowa, executor of the entate at Henrietta K. Wadiwortu, deceased, late of aid county, Iowa. All person! Indebted lo said estate will make payment to the undersigned, and tlione having ilatiBi against tho mime will preneot them cgtilly autttoDtluated to the aald ouurt for allow- , >oce. Dated the 29lh day of Boutomurr, 1894. OHSON T. WAUHWOHTU, Kmuutor. AdmlntPt-utor'H Noi.ice. u tut) district aourlof Iowa for Ourroll oountf In tue matter of thee«uur. nr Ann M, Boldliw. deceased. Notice of (Hint' of Him! ruuorl. l ui , ti»ldlugd«ovit*ed! You and each ot you are hereby notllled (list he »; uiliiUtratpr of tliu »BtuUi oi Ann U. li«ld- ng will Bis bis filial rewm on or before IheUOtU. •»«)' of Ootober.A, D. JBM.I,, lUe oraoa of u, eo i er fc- ol the district court of Iowa, lu mid for Oarroll eouiiiy. and will u»k tlmt uuid luuort bu apiiroy- *"*"*. ' Wl ,!?* a*" 1 """!}"! 'Mid he ais^liargoa; That said umtter will COIUUUD for luiarlng ut tlie Qourt iou«elu Carroll, (Jurroil oounly lows, on tbe HOili d»y of Oct., IHW.or u» soon tliereHltor sultuan to heurdby the court, ut wliMi time aud plum you CUM appear and objiuil If you are 10 advised and It you fall to 4o BO uuid ruiiortwlll MI approved, the udiulutrutor tils bonds exonerated . U.S. THOUN. Adiiilnlntrator of tlm estate of A »u M. DO YOU WANT WORK A .tBiily «Uu larKC«t houiu in . . •«. * x «. «. tfi*w«nt DU>fur« uitulilUhutl. With our fiiolll. ilnv wo cuu umktt a nund tallyman In twu wo«ks Iroiu r*w mutortal. Nursury ttoru thut is war rente" tuurow. 86 batt varl»tlo» atwl nouioas n lli» world, ou>, if you want mnuov writs lUtlluiaue. L. L. MAY 4 CO wryuwii. VlurltU * *" "s" V»Ti.r ana Bwdmuw. (This uouiu it rJtp Y:

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