The Algona Republican from Algona, Iowa on January 7, 1891 · Page 4
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Algona, Iowa
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Wednesday, January 7, 1891
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No, No. No. No. No. and DEPARTURE of TRAIHS, MILWAUKEE AND ST. PAUL, WBST. 1 passenger 3 assenger 6:02tim 4 :,•)- pm 3 pass , oirelRlJt ......................... 7:10 a in 13 way freight ................ ll:4f>)im 5 freight ........ ................. 8:17 p m OOINU EAST. 2 piiaao.ngcv ...................... 10 :2n am , 4 passenger ................... o:30pm No, lo way freight ................... 12 :lii u, m No. 14 freight .................. : ...... 2 :ao p m No. BfiviKlit ........................ to :r.5 p in No. No. Chicago & Northwestern K'y. NORTH AND WKST. Freight iicconunodattnti ............. 0 'i>r> a m Chicago Mail and Kxprcss ........... ;i ; ng p m (JOFNO SOUTH AKlt KAHT. Frelglit accommodation ............ ~> n m Chicago Mail and Express ............ 52 :;io p m Chicago passenger reaches Des Molnes at "p.m.. Ohicago (i ;,V) a. »«., and Kansas Citv 9:3n a. m. Tickets for sale to all points in the Jnlted States and Canada. ALQONA, IOWA, Jan, 7, 1891. MARKETS. (Ueported weekly by A. Hough.) 88c. Corn 20c. Oats, Eggs. Cattle |2.00 Wheat 76c. Flax $ .95 Hay $4.00 83c .16c. Butter.. . Hogs Barley ... Timothy fi.OO PROFESSIONAL & BUSINESS DIRECTORY, K. .7. DANSOJT. w. c. HANSON. DANSON BROS., A TTOKNEY8 AT I,A\V, Algona, Iowa. Ofllce Over Comstock's. 6EO. E. CLARKE, A TTO UN K V. Bunk, Ollice over the First National a. Towa. A TTOKXEY AT-LAW Algmia, Iowa. Of- ime in tlio Ualijruitl) block, OUR PREMIUM. We have been offering our premium map of Iowa to all of our old subscribers who would pay up all back dues and a year's subscription in advance before the 31st of December. Many have taken advantage of the offer, and to accommodate those who have not, we will extend the oft'er to the first of February. New subscribers who pay $1.50 in advance will receive the map as a premium. Maps delivered at l odice. The JA8. BARR,M. 13., P HYSICIAX and SUUC.KON. AMiONA, IOWA. L. K. GARFIELD, M. D., P HVS1CIAN and SUWIEON. Office next door to Ford's Warehouse, Algona, Iowa. 62 no 2 no 2 40 ;to W. K. II. ,i. si. ntinis MORSE & PRIDE. ALGONA, IOWA. DR. L A. SHEETZ, Druggist & Stationer. Prescriptions filled. Deals in paints, oils, books, perfumeries, etc. Corner of State and ThoriiiRton streets Algona. Iowa. oun IlEi'uiiLicAN and any one of the journals named below will he sent to any address for one year at the following reduced rates: Des Moines Kegisrer . IOWR Capital Iowa. Homestead ... Sioux City Journal , . . ,, .,„ Kcokuk bate City '.'....','<<"•'•"',',', 21 AT \\ Pull tl11tf\l*f*t f Pilvlna l> ».... .1.11- _ * * **•' * tMf 2 xn 'i 2r> 2 25 2 8!) 2 25 2 15 a 40 2 85 4 <r> 4 05 ,'! 05 4 75 4 75 4 55 (15 thisTeek! 1 ^ the ' CMh St0r6 hft 9 to say J. P. Harrison of Lu Verne town Monday and Tuesday. About 50 students are enrolled the Normal school of this town" was in at Emma Abbot the Great American E. E, Bayers, D.V.M., Veterinary Physician f Surgeon E®~Offlce west of the Thorington House Algona.Iowa. UOSI'ITAL Accommodations. For inlormation in regard to lands in Northwestern Iowa, write to the Real Estate and Abstract Office of G-EO. C. CALL, ALGONA. — IOWA. Marshalltown Tifn'cs-i „, Omaha line . Chicago Journal .'" Chicago Inter-Ocean J'rairle Farmer Western Uural .'.' Orange Judd Farmer Housekeeper National Tribune ;. American Economist Scientific American ............... I.i)))iincott's MaRiuiiit) Demorest's Magazine ... . Harper's Weekly Kazar .".'.."'.'.'.'" " Magazine " Young People ;. (Jodey's Lady's Book :j O ' t i Home Market Bulletin '..'.'.'.'.".'.. i 75 These rates are given for a limited period and will be subject to revision from time to time. This is only a partial list. Subscribe now. HOUSE and SIGN PAINTEE- Couutry work a speciality. ^LGrO^TA, IOW.A.. n for sale. Charles Rooswall, PAINTER. Orders by postal card promptly attended to. Residence south ot'Sponberg's tailor shop. Algona Iowa. F. E. FOSTER, IB _^_ T^ B E Opposite Court House. Algona, Iowa. JgiTWork lirst class in every particular. Kossotli County Bank, ALGONA, IOWA. Capital, - $50,000. Incorporated under general laws oilowa. LOCAL NEWS AND NOTES, A little girl came to W. J.Thackery's bunclay night. Charley Cohenour same home from Illinois yesterday morning. E. C. Tnttle has taken J. G. Heaver's place in the auditors's office. The Business inens association meets this evening in the G. A. K. Hall. Dr. Garileld was called to Whittemore Saturday to counsel with Doctor Felling. Ilattie Stephens was down from Fenton where she is teaching school, to spend Sunday. Postmaster Eddy of Wesley was in town Monday and called at the BK- PUBMCAN office. The Spencer Reporter has changed hands, Randall and Gillespie are the new proprietors. Wesley will not incorporate. The proposition was defeated Saturday by a vote of 44 to So. Mrs. W. E. Jordan and Mrs. C. E Anderson of Bancroft visited over Sunday at Dr. Morse. Gussie Peek returned to his work in the Iowa Business College at Des Monies last Monday. •Dr. Giirfip.ld's bicycle has made him notorious. We would advise the Doctor to "shoot the bicycle." The friends of Mr. Win. Billsborongh ot Union Township to the number of about S5 dropped in on him with the oysters, last Saturday evening. From last weeks Courier we should' judge that Mr. Ilinchon's knowledge of the farm and farming is about us Prima Donna died at Salt' Lake'city Monday of pneumonia. y At the annual meeting of the Congregational Society held Monday afternoon Rev. Davidson was re-elected for another year. Mrs. Carmiachel and Miss Hrml- shaw of Omaha who have been visit- h^tstfSS:^ 33 ^^"-^ . TlieAlcozwir Comic Opera Company is a little ahead of the average institutions of its kind. Those who went for a Rood laugh were not disappointed. Questions to answer in the M E Sunday School next Sunday: How many Kings did Israel and Judah have and what were their names.—Surr. The spectacle of a lawyer employing i lawyer to conduct his case is unusual cind reflects shady credit upon the legal training of at least one of the gentlemen concerned. In another column we publish a communication from a veteran farmer and iorn grower. His figures on the actual ost of raising corn may be put down .s very nearly reliable. Honey Di-os, two young men from <-T™»rty county, have recently bought the Carlon property in Irvington township and will move onto It in the early spring. The price paid for the. farm was $20 per acre. "Welcome to big Kossuth. Among the recent comers to Algona are Messrs. French and Copeland. who come from Northern Minnesota. They are carpenters and builders by trade, and like this section of Iowa well enough to make it their home. We welcome them to our midst. A. Ilumboldt county Democrat who A. was perpe- ss Alma Chrotiholm f¥n teacher in subdistrictNo. 4 o5So5%«5, 8 Kewyears eve. It being the occasion of her birthday. The children and S number of the patrons of the So! party which was much enjoyed bv al -A.8 fltl ft VI fl fillf 15 tli nt 1 ^t»« » Y her efforts as a teacher. A number of tokens of their esteem were left with Her, among these was a beautiful school clock, of books "liaises Lights of Two Centuries," "Page's Theory And Practice ot Teaching" and "East Lynne," A pair of overshoes, a pair of kid mittens, handkerchiefs, ribbons, birthday cards and several other mementoes too numerous to mention. It always adds a bright spot in the life of the teacher as well as other people to know that their efforts are appreciated: and the leeling manner in which she acknowledged the receipt of the presents showed how complete was her CHUBB FOB A Hnmbohlt County Democrat Nominates the Senator, From the Sioux City Journal of Jan. 0. HVMIIOI,DT, Io., Jan. 4,1891 .—To the Editor: The extravagant statements surprise and how much she appreciated the beaut"'" 1 ' received. ii—V .... """ "»"v/u one ilpmeciHieU the beautiful and useful presents she Ihe REPUULICAN says that the tariff on eggs, is what makes eggs worth 20 cents a dozen now in Algona —Courier: The Courier is a liar and dassent back it. The RFJPUJJLICAN never made any such statement. Deposits received, money loaned, foreign and exchange bought and sold. Collections made promptly and ageneriil bankijiR business transiuUed. Hassage tickets to »r from the old countries sold at lowest rates. \V. 11. INC HAM, President. J. n. JONES, Vice President. LKW1S H. SMITH, Cashier, Directiors-\V. M. Insliam, Jno. {}. Smith, .t. B. Jones J\ PhnschiJk's, Lewis H. Smith, J. W. Wadswortli. Uainet Devine. Farm-for Sale. 120 acres near tlie village of Burt. Partly improved. For sale at a bargain. Inquire at .Republican office. extensive icine. _ The Bancroft Register took a rest irom its arduous labors of disseminating the news last week. The hard says he is not a "demagogue"is infavor ot (senator Chubb for Governor. The Senator would make a strong candidate, he has a good record behind him his interests are with the farmer and he is a man of no mean ability. Chubb for governor! Mr. John Smith received a letter yesterday afternoon from Mr. Budd of Des Moines saying that he would be here this afternoon without fail, and shoot to-morrow. Mr. Grim of Clear Lake, who shot with Smith last week is also expected to be here. They'will shoot 100 birds apiece. The farmers of Cresco and Union .townships will meet next Wednesday at the Boals School house to discuss tlie question of organizing a cooperative creamery. The Bellamy idea, might be carried out to the extent of a co-operative creamery with considerable profit to tlie farmers. Our marble yard is in furl blast. The iirst dust ilew last Monday. We. are assured that the finished 1 article turned out from the Algona, Marble Works will compare with the very best produced anywhere. Give ow marble works a show before sending your money away from home. In short, patronize home industries. Stormy as it was Xew Year's evening, the old folks, gave Mr. and Mrs. Bowen a hearty, old fashioned house warming ;it their new home hi Cresco. Although the party was not a surprise,. Mr. and Mrs. Bowen were most agreeably surprised on returning to the sitting room after supper to find a very line lamp hanging in tlie room. A. A. Hall, of PIum Creek township, has sold his place to II. SchZclc, of that township and will go in tlie course of a week or two to Williamsbnrg, Iowa where he will engage in the livery business. Mr. Hall has proved himself a most desirable citizen, aud his departure is to be regretted. Ho has done exceeding well in Kossnth, but other interests needing his attention call him t to Willhunsbnrg. . The report in tlie Minneapolis Tri-b- 9J ty ' Iowa ' Jan - 8,-F8pecial.l Sixth regiment. Iowa National Guards, the strongest in the state, Col. Benton commanding, have been ordered to hold themselves in readiness to march to the frontier for service against the Indians. The above special appeared in the Minneapolis Tribune of Jan. 3. That Mason City newspaper correspondent, whoever he is, is an awful big liar. --- >•-<(•»"« The Demorcst Medal Contest. The ladies interested in the Medal Contest wish to express their thanks to the speakers who gave so good an entertainment; each declamation was worthy or praise. Also to the judges Rev. Mr. Bowen, Miss Amy Hough, and Prof. McCollum for their assistance in awarding the prize. Another contest is talked of in the not distant future. general WANTED— A good girl for house work and care of bab _ H.' B. NOTICE. The regular annual meeting of the Ivossmh County Agricultural Society will be held at the court house ball in Algona Iowa, on Saturday, January 10, 1891, at one o'clock p. m. S. S. SESSIONS, Secretary. A Koou To Wives. Having used "Mother's Friend"! would not be without it. It is'a boon to wives wbo know they must, pass through, the painful ordeal, of childbirth.— MRS C MELBOURNE, la. Write The Bradfleld Regulator Co., Atlanta, Ga., for further particulars Sold by Dr. L. A. Sheet/, and 1<. W. Dinc-ley. 11.54 Must be made regarding the farmers by Gov. Boies in his speech at the democratic banquet in New York, has called forth from indignant farmers throughout the state protests against and mathematical refutation of his demagogical assertions. Among others ex-Senator Charles Chubb, of Algona, has given a brief but conclusive statement that shows the inaccuracy of the govenor's figures. No man in Iowa is better qualified to expose the error than Senator Chubb. He is, and always has been a farmer, a successful farmer, and has made his money in that occupation. The only break in his farming operations was during the war when he went to the front and spent nearly five years in defending his country. That he likes farming better than political life is shown by the fact that after serving two terms in the senate with credit to himself and usefulness to his constituency, he declined further political honors, retired to his farm, where he now resides, and again devoted himself exclusively to that business. This leads me to name him, through the columns of your paper, by your permission, as a proper candidate for govenor of Iowa, subject to the will of the next republican state convention. Senator Chubb is in full sympathy with every sentiment that best represent the material interests of the farming community. At the same time he has ..„ ._ his knowledge of med- line ' tllat tlie Sixth Regiment was under orders to hold itself in readiness ror a campaign upon the frontier was nothing but a, hoax but it caused considerable consternation in the hearts of GREAT FRENCH REMEDY. LAJHKS try Dr. LeDnc's Periodical Pills from Pans, France. Established - Kin-one m>,. Enyluml isr,o ; Canada i«-« ; United States IsS?' $2 or three boxes tor 85. Positively remove a A, Sheet/, Algottu. Address: C/an be made in c months Sr'ling Tujliaoll'b AlUlb- cs, Charts anrt Wall Maps. Particulars free. H. C TONISON, Chicago, IDs. SHIP YOUR Butter. Kgjjs, Cheese, Angles, Pears, Beans, Teaches, Pears, Honey, Beeswax, Orapes, Hops, Poultry, Com.Oats, Wool. Majilft Sugar, i.ainlis.Veal, Mutton, Venison, Wild (lame, Dried Fruits, Potatoes, Hay, Feathers, Cider, Vinegar, Furs, Skins, Onions. Tobacco, Broom Corn, Ginseng Koot. 50 tons live Poultry wauled. Will uay cash or sell on commission. Send for daily market prices. W. H. P. Kallard & Co. Produce Commission Merchants. '20 aud2a Des Plain St., Chicago, 111. 4U-20 LEGAL BLANKS o FOR SALE o At "REPUBLICAN OFFICE worked editor ought to be entitled to a rest occasionally. Fred Corey aud a Mr. Gray of Wesley brought their fast horses 'to Al^ona one day last week for a trial of s'peed on our balloon track. Corey's nag won the race and $50 of Mr. Gray's money. Bert Ilallock has given up bis position as "printer" in the REPUBLICAN shop to launch out on a business career as a merchant in the town of Burt, one ot Algona's most popular suburban villas. "Please send my paper to Avoca, Iowa county, Wisconsin," was the instruction received at this officeyesterdav on a postal, if the party will be kind enough to furnish his name we will attend to the matter cheerfully. From the advance sheets of the bi- enmnal report of the Superintendent ot rubhc Instruction, there are 498,267 pupils enrolled in the public schools of Iowa. There are 5,4(50, male and Itt,107 temale teachers employed. The idea of the Algona Courier bracing up to the Sioux City Journal has in it a color of the ridiculous. It makes us think of a rat terier bristling up to a grmley bear:—If the Journal has any space to devote to the Mule doctor Ilinchon will think that one of his patients has kicked him with both feet. Mr. Fred Engler and Miss May Cole were united in marriage atWhitte- more school house, January 3d, bv Rev. O. M. Thrasher, of that place. Ihe reception took place at the residence of the bride's aunt, Mrs. C Ihompson, where many friends and relatives partook of a bounteous repast. May peace and prosperity be theirs through this "vale of tears." The Algona Courier is about the only Democratic paper in Iowa fool enough to attempt a defense of governor Boies. Ihe leading democratic papers of the state had sense enough to keep quiet and not say very much about the gov ernor's bad break, in the hope doubtless, that the people would soon forget all about it. Not so with the Algona Courier. Until the Courier gets enough gumption to go it alone we would advise its editor to follow his file leaders. f\ school books wanted, complete and in-good condition. 13 tf DURANT BROS. Vour cough will not last all winter- 1 ou will not be kept awake at night- lou will get immediate relief if lou will use De Witt's cough and consumption cure. Sold by Dr. Sheetz. Soft Coal Joi- $3.50 per T<»ii. jSTaudain Bros. & Winkie at the N" -W depot are selling a good quality of soft eoal for $3.50 per ton. Three other grades oj sott coal, also hard coal. 13 15. A Cougli Syrup That dm «e Kelied Upon, Beggs' Cherry Cougli Syrup gives won aerruJ satisfaction wherever it is tried It allays irritation of the throat and bronchial tubes, makes expectoration easy, and relieves all soreness of the lungs and chest. Every bottle is warranted to give satisfaction. Price S5c, 50c. and $1 per £ () "'e. The large bottles are cheapest Sold by F. W. Dingley. 10 28 Ladies, clean your Kid Gloves with Mather s Glove Cleaner. For sale onlv bv Setchell & Setchell. Fancy goods and notions for the holidays. Ivorine, China and [ndia silks, cords, ornaments. Kid, and wool gloves and mittens. Ice proven himself a man of affairs, with a clear apprehension of the varied interests of the commonwealth, and as having the capacity and firmness to carry his plans to a successful issue. I am personally acquainted with Senator Chubb and know his worth, but his reputation is as wide as the state. In tho senate he was regarded as one of the strong practical men. I am writing this without the knowledge or consent of Mr. Chubb and no one will be so greately sin-prised as himself at the suggestion contained in this article. Furthermore, I am a democrat, but not a demagogue, and a class of democrats to which I belong would much prefer to see a republican of Senator Chubb's standing in the executive chair, that a pretended democrat, whose policy is shaped by mercenaries, and whose utterances bring the party into contempt. A DEMOCRAT. ' his labor and interest on money invested. The average yield, and price'of corn would leave the grower a handsome profit. Again Mr. Boies says the average price of corn in Iowa is 22 cts. which is not true. On the contrary, the average price of corn in Iowa for SO years is nearly or quite 42 cents, which at a yield of 40 bushels per acre would bring the farmer $10.80 instead of $7.83 as quoted by Mr. Itoies. But estimating the yield at 50 bushels per acre—which is not beyond an easy possibility, we having both the soil and climate to attain that yield—50 bushels at 52 cents would be just $22 per acre. After deducting the cost of production there is a handsome profit. Now it is evident that his Excellency is either ignorant on this point or is endeavoring to belittle our state in the eyes of the people of the east. It appears to me that tho governor of this state, at least a state so grand as Iowa in the scale of agriculture and intelligence, is very unpatriotic to say the least. A. L. GODBAllD. Dubuque Times: A farmer of Vernon township, Blackhawk county, has just finished handling an 80-acre crop of corn, which averaged eighty bushels per acre. It is worth in the local market 40 cents per bushel. His corn crop will therefore average in cold cash $32 an acre, or an aggregate of $2,400. Poor farmer! According to the mathematical calculations of our fanner(?) governor this Vernon township farmer averages to realize only $7.29 an acre, and will soon be wending his way "over the hills to the poor house." Good In Kvery Family. For plain, practical common sense, useful information, and much of it at small cost, we recommend to every family in country, village and city, the Orange Judd Farmer. It is under the editorial care (with a corps of good helpers) of the veteran Orange Judd, who still vigorously uses his pen, drawing on the accumulated knowledge and observation of nearly half a century, and is ever on the alert for good new things. Pie is ably assisted by sons who are associated with him. This Journal omits most political and other controversial subjects, and devotes its pages chiefly to practical questions affecting the work of every lif e, outdoor and in-door. Its "Common Sense Health Talks" are invaluable to every man, woman and child everywhere. Pub* lislied weekly at $1 a year by Orange Judd Farmer Co., Chicago, 111. O. J. F, and ALUONA REPUBLICAN 1 yr for $3.25. silk the mothers of the boys of the gallant Sixth Regiment. Capt, Cook will doubtless receive some ofliciift uotilicat- lons if (!o. F is nfAiloil i-<~v iM,f .,« /,„,!• ions if Co. F is needed to the Indian war. to put an The following officers of Al'gona Grange were installed last Saturday bv W. T. Bourne, W. M. of Fenton Grange: M. D. L. Parsons, W. M.; L. Witham, O.; MissL. Bamsey, L.; Mrs. A. Ilolman, Chap.; Mrs. A. J. Joues, Sec.; H. Schenck, T.; A. Zahlten, S.; M. J. Jones, A. S.. W. Parsons, G. K. Mrs. M. De L. Parsons, C.. Miss Viola Jones, F., Miss Ilattie Parsons, P., Miss P.achael Parsons, L. A. S. Win. Conner, a brother of Mrs/Frank McCall, who came here from Whitewater, Wisconsin, for his health the first ot December, died early Monday morning. The young man was about 20 years old and was suffering from a complication of troubles which finally developed into consumption. The funeral took place at the Catholic church iuesday morning. Mrs. McCall and her eldest son, Charlie, left on tlie ten o clock train yesterday morning for Whitewater, where the remains were taken for interment. There will be a meeting of the County Agricultural Society at the court house hall next Saturday afternoon. The meeting will be held for the purpose ot electing officers and anew list of directors for the coming year. Every fanner in Kossuth County who is interested in tlie success of our County fair is earnestly invited to be present and will be entitled to a voice in the meeting. Help build up the agricultural interests of Kossuth County by taking an interest in making our agricultural exhibit a success each year. The pumps were started at the water works Sunday night with a view to filling the standpipe and testing the mains, a pressure of 100 pounds to the square inch was exerted on the mains and the water was then let into the standpipe. It was found that the standpipe leaked slightly near the bottom and the pumping was suspended and the water let out of the pipe in order to have the leakage repaired. The well as it is at present will furnish a suihcient supply of water in about two days to fill the standpipe and mains. wool fascinators, furnishings of all kinds. SKTCIIKLT, & SETCHET,L. 30 7 yr Winter Kxcursions t» Wurmni- Cliiiies. _Excursion tickets to Mexico, California, Georgia, North Carolina, Florida, 11 Gult C °!l stl Tcxas> Hot Springs of Arkansas, and Excelsior Springs of Missouri, now on sale by agents of the Chicago, Milwaukee & St. Paul Ry. Applv for rates and other information to the nearest agent, or address Geo. H. Heaf ford, General Passenger Agent, Chicago, Sheet/, issues regular Go's guarantee to cure all ailments with Kidd's Germ Brad. THE COUNTY PJUNTfNG. The Unpur I),»s Moiiies Si'veiity-Kiyht, in the Hole and' Is Kinking. The Board of Supervisors is in session. Yesterday morning at 9 o'clock the sealed applications for the county printing were opened and 1 it was found that the Courier had a certified list of 870, the BJSPUULICAN a list of 847, and the Upper Des Moines a list of 760. No other applications were made for the county printing. As soon as the lists had been footed up and were found to have been enumerated correctly, the Upper Des Moines, through its attorney, Geo. E. Clarke, proceeded to demand the rejection of the BKPTJULI- CAN'S list upon the assumed' grounds that it was fraudulent. Mr. Clarke proceeded to dictate to the board the course it ought to pursue under the circumstances—the circumstances simply being that our sworn list of bona Creamery I The farmers of northern Cresco and southern Union and adjoining townships are requested to meet at the Boals school House on Wednesday evening, Jan. 14th at 7 o i clock, to discuss the propriety of establishing a co-operative creamery in that locality. MANY CITIZENS, , h?ni£ y ln T °A V i ttl ftt il lioiiSB in A/KOiia, Notice to Redeem from Tax Sale To James Hardy and Unknown Owners • \mi are hereby notified that on tlie 5th d;vv of December, mr. tlie Treasurer of Kossutii ix .sale lioiden at tho court j said county, sold the fol- j<:u i-Bal estate for tlie delinquent , viz : llie north one-hall' of the ? 1 ' * ot nsection No. twenty. In . ninety-live, north of ranee No ., - , , west of the nth I' M • -im? thai- sw«.°i,ffi« 'tfe3 "£ EHSH?Sill"4w« Jses to tiie^n'ider.sigMw/iiiTi'slumt'to the" st-ifutn in such cases made anA nrov ded unless ,« demption from such sale he i JR.e - U - township U-Ki i , ism. y. n. STOITOH. Holder of Certificate. l-'muJly . These medicines are daily gaining greater popularity, and the stea'dily increasing demand for them can only be accounted tor by their true merit. They aro prepared with the utmost care, aud each medicine is put up for a particular disease livery bottle is guaranteed to do all that is claimed tor it on the that no one who buys a bottle of Beggs' Family Medicines can be de disappointed. Sold by F. W- Dingley. 10 .o 3 y Remnants of Satin and Plushes for fancy work sold cheap by __MAT80N, McOALL & Co. Acts at once, never fails, De Witt's cough and consumption cure. A remedy for asthma apd that feverish condition which accompanies a severe cold.— Dr. Sheet/. The best Wool Hose in the country for So cents at Galbraith's. Constipation poisons the blood; DeWitt's Little Mrly Risers cure conatipatian. The cause removed, the disease is gone--8heetz Organs. L. Lessing has several styles of organs which he will sell at low figures. Also sewing cheap. machines on good terms and 47-tf OOUTHWARD HO! The Cumberland U Plateau, the Southern El Dorado, offers many inducements to all classes Read about it. Three months for 25 cts. TUB TENNESSEE TIMES, Crossville, Tenn Hudson & Sliadle, Fine cabinets, family groups pictures. Work alway first class. baby lide subscribers was fraudulent in the opinion of Harvey Ingham and one Jake Freeh, formerly in the employ of the Upper Des Moines, and sufficiently well known iu Kossutii county to warrant Mr. Clarke in underscoring and italicizing the reliability of his evidence. Mr. Freeh, it was claimed, possessed all the information necessary to establish the fraudulency of the BK- i'unticAN'8 list. The board decided to give the Upper Des Moines a chance to prove its charges against the BK- ruuucAN, and on motion defered awarding the county printing until this afternoon, when tlie U. D. M. is to produce its man and paralyze the ONE DOLLAR. The Weekly Gate City, The Home Magazine. BOTH ONE YEAH FOR $1. Try them one mouth. Money refunded then if not satisfactory . THE WEEKLY GATE CITY. Tlie best Farmers' paper. Just the nunpr fm- your wives, sons,, daughters, com try Inm-ch ilmnVrv 1 ' 1 /,' i^' 10 torm H le Sackbmie of our wumiy. All tlie news, the Market mnn^i Alliance column, and Illustrated ScuCral ^ THE, HOME MAGAZINE. 14 Light on "Darkest Iowa." Editor Republican: As Gov. Boies in his speech at the lleform Club dinner in New York has made some misstatements in regard to the cost of production and price of corn in Iowa, I, as one of her humble citizens, desire to enter my protest against such misrepresentations. Having lived in Iowa for the last forty-two years, and having had abundant opportunity, and some experience as a farmer and corn grower, I think I have some knowledge of the cost of production and the average price of corn in Iowa during that period. I think I can plainly show that Mr. Boies is in error. In the first place he says it costs $8 per acre to grow corn in Iowa. Now let us see if this is true Let us itemize a little: dd harrowing tue land and pre• for planting, per acre si 50 Seed at $2 per bushel SI ", w .°. nari'owtojss after planting' Juitivat ug three times .7. .... larvestiiig, 3c per bushel per acre , ,,. 1 06 Total per acre a^j| It is plain that we can grow corn in Iowa at a cost of at most $0 per acre after allowing the farmer fair profit for and HOWKLI, & CtAHK, Publishers Gate Uity, ___ Keokuk. Iowa. STATEMENT -OK- THE FIRST NATIONAL BANK, At Algoua, in the State of Iowa, at the elose of business, December l», isyit. BEBOUUCES. Loans and discounts ____ ' '''" H«n ,i f m, . il ' h101u , SH Furniture, mid Fi , ,,, .^J V eal Kstate> aud wortg's sesaud t'«espaid n,m fbontlsto securecirculatiou. ...'.'.'.'. islooo.'oo Due from approved .Reserve $15,861.73 113.84 21,870.57 xtures (i,i>yo.oo owned 5,508.00 rreimuiMpald... '" * *' 1?9 ' 17 Checks-and other cash items S'J,G-l3.i)b Bills of other Banks; 4,527.00 tractioiml paper currency, nickels, and cents 03,1'j Specie tt § j 012 jo U'jjalteudernotes.. .'.'.'.'...'.! 5,000.00 13,23019 Uedemption fund with U. S. Treasurer (5 per cent, of circulation) 5S5.00 ''GGOOo ' Total Capital stock paid in ..§134552.38, Surplus fuud .'. divided profits 60,000,00 Und National Bank notes outstanding . . . Individual deposits subject to cheek ..... ............. Suo.JWi.8i Demand eertiu'tes of deposit 4,702.]u 11,700.00 1'J 05,187.00 , . §134,552.38 btate of Iowa, County of Kossuth-ss. I, J. O. Blackford, Cashier of the above named bank, do solemnly swear that the ol " anbeief ana ueiiei. FOWJD, Cashier AMNBOSK A. . Notary Public. ) . . Directors. .. FKUUUS.ON. )

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