The Algona Republican from Algona, Iowa on February 11, 1891 · Page 5
Get access to this page with a Free Trial
Click to view larger version

The Algona Republican from Algona, Iowa · Page 5

Publication:
Location:
Algona, Iowa
Issue Date:
Wednesday, February 11, 1891
Page:
Page 5
Cancel
Start Free Trial

Page 5 article text (OCR)

THE COUNTY NEWS. To i OOR»KSPONT)KNTs :-All correspondence iof theHHPUmJOAN slioukl reach this offlce , not inter than Tuesday evening. Please bear this In wind. All "Communications to the HEt-urtr-iOAN— including news letters-must bo. signed by the .author to insure publication. WHITTKMOKE. Special Correspondence. Feb. 10.— Lots of anew over this way making the roads .almost impassable for a few days. They are pretty good however at present, as a number of teams have been driven over them since the storm. Misses Minnie and Lora Newman are attending the Highland Park Normal College at JDes Moines. They are well pleased with the school and its surroundings. Fred Amsbury came over from Wesley Saturday to spend the Sabbath with his mother and other friends hero. Mr. II. Munch and family took the train for Emmetsbiirg last Monday to attend'the wedding ceremony of his niece, Miss Louise Adrian. The groom's name is unknown to us. Miss Mamie Daily and Henry Thompson, of Algona, attended the masquerade dance at this place last Friday evening. Lumber is being hauled onto the ground preparatory to the erection of the new creamery. They expect to .finish the well in a few days. J. E. Beatio has large posters up advertising an auction sale again for next Saturday. Mr. and Mrs. Fred Engler of Emmetsburg, spent two or three days the fore part of the week visiting friends in Whittemore. Some of our school mams not daring to Venture out where snow drifts were higher than themselves, failed to reach their school houses last Monday morning. I-OTT.S CUKKIt. Special '.'orrespoudeuce. LOTTS CitKKK TWL>., Feb. 10.—Mis? Sadie McCabe visited over Sunday with Mrs. Bixby. Miss Mamie McDonald spent Sunday at home. A load of young people went to Whittemore Friday evening to attend the masquerade dance. James O'Brien returned borne Thursday evening from the south part of the state. Jas. Butler spent Friday in Algona. Mr. and Mrs. Joe Madden returnee' home Friday morning from their extended visit in Bremer county. Miss Mollie Butler went to Algous Saturday to spend a few days with he brother, Mathew Butler. Miss Emma O'Brien is sick with sore throat, nothing serious. Frank Yeager is building a new barn. Mr. and Mrs. Will Freeman attended the dance in Whittemore Friday evening. The alliance at the Clark school house is a success. They had a very entertaining program Saturday evening. uxrox. Special CorrespondcncR. UNION Twi>., Feb. 10.—A daughter was born to Mr. and Mrs. P. N. Sarchett January 30th. The "queer'' social at Mrs. Reid's was very queer and every one enjoyed it. Mrs. llotten, mother of Mrs. S. D. Patterson, went to Minnesota last Thursday. Geo. AngiiM, Jr., of Burt, was visiting in our town Saturday and Sunday. The lyeeum recently organi/.ed at the Prink school house has been interfered with somewhat by the clerk of the weather, but will meet again this week. M. S. and C. Y. Godden are erecting wind mills. A. M. & G. M. Johnson are putting them up. Improvements are visible on every hand. vill please bring eatables and not forget to bring the missionary offeriiiff.. The weather has been cold and tormy, yet Mr. Pharres is pushing his lew building forward to completion. The hay market is lively. . Farmers iml merchants are shipping. Cady and Ilallock's new store is at- .rating attention. They are in good spirits, lively and sociable. Tho coal trade is brisk. Hogs are low but some are being marketed. The Methodists have not been able .0 commence a series of meetings up ;o this date on account of the stormy weather. The pastor expects to com- nence on Tuesday evening of this week. Burt has a new barber. Mr. Bils- jorough has started up in business in the east front of Mr. Whitney's hardware store. The people of Burt will )e shaved now of course. There is some prospect of a sadler shop, also a shoe shop. They are both very much needed. Last Sunday was a very stormy day yet the Presbyterian church was well tilled at the Methodist service. The Union Sunday school is well attended and a good interest is manifested. Teachers' Department. for tills Department are earnestly solicited from the teachers. NORMAL SCHOOL NOTES. Old winter is on force. lijuul with till his 1HJFFAI,O I'-OHK. Special Correspondence. AM) FOIIK, Feb. 0.— Buffalo Fork lias been snowed under for about a week — Feb. 5tli found people moving again. Frank Allen is putting alabastine on the church walls. A valentine social is on hand for the eve of Feb. 13th, at Mr. Giles; the regular dime social with a valentine thrown in. Acts at once, never fails, DeWitt's cough and consumption cure. A remedy for asthma, and that feverish condition which accompanies a severe cold. — Dr. Sheetz. school books wanted. Must be complete and in good condition. 13 tf DUKANT BROS. Small in size, great in results; DeWitt's Little Early Risers. Best pill for constipation, best for sick head ache, best for sour stomach. Sold by Dr. Sheetz. Galbraith's is the place to get bargains in remnants, they are going cheap. Tno Census :ma City 1'opnlatlans. Tho population of the United States has increased between 1880 and 1890 from 50,000,000 to 61,000,000, or about 20 per cent. Deducting the urban population, the increase of rural population is found to bs only 8 per cent., while the increase of the turban population is more than 57 pur cent. This classification of urban population includes only cities of 8,000 inhabitants and upward. If the classification should embrace cities of 4,000 inhabitants and upward it wcvuld undoubtedly appear that the rural popu-- lation had decreased duriny the decade, hiles the total increase would be in the cities. This general result has been brought about notwithstanding the immense increase in population in the rural districts in extreme western states, such as the Dakotas, Minnesota, Nebraska. Kansas, Arkansas and Texas. The following table shows the increase of the. total population of several states and tho increase of the city population: The present term's work sit our Normal school compares very favorably with that done during any preceding term in the history of the institution. Its many patrons are expressing a high degree of appreciation with the efficient management and with the practical results oi the work clone. The large classes in the commercial department are doin.g excellent work. On Feb. 23rrt, in the Court House Hall, an entertainment will be given by the students, which will consist of two parts, both of which are appropriate for commemorating Washington's birthday. The first part will be a fac simile of the Continental Congress while deliberating on the Declaration of Independence, consisting of speeches, pro. and con., and finally the passage of that wonderful resolution. The second part will be :i stage drill by sixteen young ladies, beautifully dressed in the national colors and carrying a banner. It i'a expected that this will make a brilliant display and one very pleasing to a popular audience. "In the neighborhood of fifty persons were present upon the occasion of the reception." Please analyze. X My analysis of Marcy's sentence, "To be or not to be. that is the question," is this: That is the subject with 'to be or not to l>e its explanatory modi- •iier; is the predicate question is the attribute conap. To Mr. W. ]}.—Is W. B. ashamed of his analysis? If not why not let him sign his name. I would say to him that the proper answer to his question, "What is too difficulty" is not "to analyze this sentence" but "for me to analyze." Mr. W. B's analysis of "God never made his work for man to mewd" I also object to, but prefer to let some other teacher correct his error, if there be one. I analyze "Hogs are worth three dollars a hundred. Hoys subject, are predicate, worth attribute compliment. Worth is modified by dollars and the unit of weight understood (x pounds). Dollars is modified by three, x modified by « and hundred. I am well aware that I shall have divers contradictions. Some will call "are worth" the predicate and "dollars" the object, but JL can see no reason for so doing, but think I can give good reasons, based .on grammar, for not calling it so. C. 13. PAUL. KOSSU.TH OOTOTrS CASH BOX, Report of the Committee to Settle with the County Auditor and Treasuier, as Made to the Supervisors. *ALOONA, IOWA, January 28;. 18-lML To THE IIoxoiuni/H Bo Aim or Sm'KHvwows: Your Committee-bog leave to submit, tho following- as tfi«ir report of the examination of the books, vouchers and papers hit tlic County Treasurer's and County Auditor's.office. We have- examined all the books, vouchers, and papers in the offices and .Ifeivc all corrections of errors and mistakes. GKO. II. Pfej'KKS, W. II. NYOUM, Committee id Funds. Hallanco I Juuel '00 Collce- ti;»ns. Transferred. Pal Ul Hal. .Tun \,l¥t State County Poor Insane County School Dumb Animals S. H BouclH Disaf and Dumb Insfc. for Feoblu Slfntlcd Institute Soldiers' llolifif School House*. Site ........ .. A1XJONA— City Touchers Contingent .......... : ..... , School House •JJUKl'ALO— Touchers Continjront School House Komi.... Hoard of Hcnltli .......... 229 01 4575 71 304 12 4790 02 13 51 144 20 1015 10 09 Oil 8035 741 7/82 4Hi 1993 20 3U7 53 1)58 00 M51 97 4S3 09 ToUil Increase, Maine. 11,325 400,000 110,000 00,000 Increase in City Population. 14,290 250,000 103,000 49,000 763,000 700,000 Citation to Administrator. In the District Court o£ Iowa, In and for Kossuth county, March term, 1891. In the matter of the estate o£ Charles Ford, deceased. To II. A. Latta, Administrator of said estate : You are hereby notified that John F, McGuire has llleil his petition in said court stating that he is a creditor of said estate and that he has an interest therein, and praying that the letters of administration issued to you on the 2lst dav of September, 1889, be revoked, and that said letters of administration on said estate of said deceased issue to some other person and a resident of Kossuth county, Iowa, to he selected by the Court. And you are hereby cited and required to appear and be before said court on the 3d day of Muvch,'18!)l, at 2 o'clock p. m.ottlvjt day and answer said petition. Witness my hand tills nth day of Feb., 181)1. UKO. H, GARB, Judge of the IMst. Court of Kossuth Co. la. 10-21 Teachers Contingent School HOUMC Road Cemetery CKESCO— Teachers ( ton ti iigent School House ttoncl FENTON— Teachers Contingent School House Koad Cemetery GHEENWOOD- Tcachcrs ............ ^ Contingent School House ....... . Koad ........... . UANCHOFT- City Library Sidewalk Board of Hcnltli GAKFIELD— Teachers ........ Contingent ...... Hoad Board of Heultln GEHMAN- Teachers ...... ... Contingent.. ...... ..... . School House Hoad HEHKON- Teachers Komi IKVINGTON— Teachers Contingent lload Hoard of Health Library LOTTS CUEEK— 14 82 150 21 545 12 00 00 1S2 00 130 39 80 40 72 10 108 221 14 38| 14 08 88 3 14 ill 31 18 33 3 15 21 17 81 614 00 428 09 1017 42 1991 57 1241 53 1497 81 043 88 1H5 5!) 220 0(1 53 2df 90 1800 00 11)00 00 339 98 41 83 8M42 93 8UH 02 1369 83 m» 48 285 00 "890 52 810 ill .15 24 12 13 579 50 •Wi9 60 23 00 1)71 70 2854 54 1355 1489 85 4!ltll 52 0!flt 50 sm on liifl 17 585 7.1. (IHt HH «'.« Ot K IDD'H GERM EtUDlCATOR- Positively cures All dls-Mses, because ft kilts the germs, microbes, ami itl) nntniatctilive (In the human system). Thealninhaleil, water drunk, vejueta" bles and fruit eaten, are teemlnp wi'Ml these to the nakei 1 eye Imperceptible llttlewwms.known by the ab ove names, causing ciitarrhvconsiimp-' Won. dlab etes. Hvifcht's disease, eaneeitytumors, and all si i-niule(l< Incurable diseases. 1 (Never known to fall to cure consumption,entarrn,kid- ney troubles, sypWtlts.) Retailed In $2^3 $5sizes sent iinyvv here OB rect, of price, or C.O.J5. W desired. Tt e Am,Pill & Med. Co, royalty prop's. Spencer, 0 lay Co..fa. sold wholesale mid retail to Algona by Dr. Sheet/., druggist,. 20-9-yr To and fcr the People. 541 48 119 8511 13!) 88| 1!) 58 513 07 OH 47 88 27 58 2V ;N; 25! 09 4 42 738 02! 170 23] OO 1 19 25 3!' 185 54 00 8T: 00 55 48 9 S7 17 38 1; 04 10 90 Bit 82 W 81 1 21 27 01 oi or 15 41 27 91 1 7 55 84 10 '2 30 477 49 2i!3 31 8 50 40 21 01 380 93 JJHO 54 331 85 CO 21 442 30 125 88 "3 "if , 1390 34 4!I8 113 ) 500 32 1 140 82 24!) 58 •! 1 80 i 2 4(15 02 1 !I4 Hi 7 (ill 24 1 18 a r 544-* 4ft 40 70 75 122 HS ' 32 07 :::::::::::: 50 2H 74 323 22 312 !!!> 381 71 24 8(1 1 13!) 30 2UO 77 01! 20 13 1190 21 383 38 383 (12 103 88 17 3K 422 81 75 -17 32 0!> I 407 82 11ANCROFT. Special Correspondence. BANCROFT, Fob 7.—Twenty-six new members luive lately united with the M. E. cluirh on profession and six on probation. The church now numbers one hundred and six members. Three .years ago the membership was only thirty-three. Little Moses Anderson has been very .sick, Dr. Morse of Algona, has been in ..attendance. Henry Smith is home from college at Iowa Falls, for a short vacation. James Patterson is about to open a harness shop in Sheffield, Iowa. James is one oi ! our very best young men and will be sadly missed from the Presbyterian church where he has so faithfully labored. He will also be missed by liis imployer, I. U. Bruer, and a host of friends. Quite a serious accident occurred a short distance northwest of here a few -days ago. Mr. Welhouse while trying to dislodge a corn cob from his shelter got his thumb taken off. We would advise Mr. W. to be careful about shelling off his members in that fashion. Luther Bingham who died last week, was an old soldier in poor health and almost destitute circumstances. Some time ago he applied 1'or a pension, but the claim was oi' course placed on file and necessarily had to wait its turn for a hearing. Knowing tho condition Mr. Biugham was in, certain Bancroft parties wrote to Mr. Dolliver, a few weeks since, stating tho case and asking that the claim bo hastened if possible. Mr. Dolliv«r promptly replied that he would attend to the matter. On the day of Mr. Ittiiguam's death his attorney received notiucuUon that the claim was before the dual committee for a hearing and would doubtless be allowed without further delay. The S apers came ou from Washington last 'hursduv. Dolliver may be relied upon to look after the interests of the old soldier. Bev.Waul and wife, weremLuYenu 1 last week assisting lle\\ Kigluuy iu his meetings. Conner! iuiit UlioU- hilaud New York ................. 1,010,000 Illinois ............ ......... 800,000 Tho percentages of the increase of city population to the whole increase of population between 1880 and 1890 in several states are as follows: In Maine there was an actual decrease of rural population, '.ho increase iu cities being more than tho total increase in the state. In Massachusetts the increase in cities was CO per cent, of the whole increase; in 'onneciicut 05 per cent. ; in Rhode Isl- md 70 per cent.; in New York more han 75 per cent. ; in Pennsylvania near- y 50 per cent. ; in Ohio more than 50 per ;eut. ; in Illinois 87 per cent. — William Springer in Forum. Ui'ur, Feb. 10.-The ladies- Iloim Missionary Society \\ill ttioei at Uie E, Ftu-souaue at iJuit, Fek tt> at a. ni. A lull attttiutaucft is » i 16 is desittJd to be tho uuwl ot Original Notice. STATE OF IOWA, i Kossuth OounU'. I District Court, March, 1891, Term. Wolcott 13. Pratt The American Emigrant Company. To said Defendant : Ton are hereby notilied that there is now on file a petition of tho plaintilt In the above entitled action In the offlce of tlie clerk of said court, claiming that he is the sole and absolute owner In fee simple of the south half of the southeast quarter of section No. two (2) in township ninety-six (!)«) north of range No. twenty-eight (28) west of the r>th»F. M., Iowa, and asking said court, for a decree confirming said title in him, the plaintiff, and Inuring defendant from ever setting up any claim or title thereto. And unless you appear thereto and defend on or before noon of the lirst day of the next March term of said District Court, to be begun and ho'den at'the courthouse In Algona In said county, on the 2nd day of March, 1891. default will be entered against you and judgment rendered theieon. 17-20 J. B. JONES, Plff's Atty. Protection for Retailers. A novel idea lias been presented to tne English trade to meet the competition 'rorn manufacturers who have stores for •etailing their own goods. It is pro- )osed to form a company with a capital stock of $100,000. This company will )ay cash for the goods, which will be re- iold to shareholders at invoice prices, ilus a charge of 5 per cent, to cover expenses. The object of the company is ;hat tho shareholders, who are retailers, will be able to buy all -classes of goods at the lowest wholesale prices for cash, without reference to the quantity bought. By this plan of co-operative buying it is figured that a great saving can be made over the regular way of buying in small lots by retailers, who lose the trade discounts and other items, which it is estimated make a total of about 15 |jer cent. Tho multiple shop competition is said to be beating heavily on the small retailers, and ijome plan of this land is necessary if they are not to be crowded out. The idea is an excellent one, but whether it can be made a practical success or not remains to be seen. —New York Commercial Advertiser Administrator's Notice. Public notice is hereby given that the undersigned has this day been appointed and commissioned by the District Court of Kossuth countv.in the state of Iowa, administratrix of the estate of Smith H Carlisle, deceased; and all persons having claims against said estate are hereby notified to file them with the clerk of said court, clearly stated and duly sworn to, and within legal time, preparatory to their being allowed or proved; and all persons owing safd estate are requested to make immediate payment to the undersigned, and avoid costs. Dated at Algona, Iowa, this 24th day of January, A. D. I8ai. EVA E, CARUSUC. 17-20 Administratrix. $1,000 Address: H, Can be made in 6 months selling Tunisoii's Atlases, Charts and Wall Haps. Particulars free. TUNISON, Chicago, Ob. Mr. Hatch's Preaiu. Mr. William H. Hatch, of this city, has a son uaiued Roland Hatch. Twenty yoara ago he left home for the west, and for many years his whereabouts was unknown to his parents. It has been sis years since he wrote his father. Mr. Hatch is now ill. One night recently he droamed that he was with his son in the state of Michigan; that his son was in camp, numbered 40, with a gang of loggers. In the morning Mr. Hatpo told Uis \vifo the dream. The nest mail brought a letter from the long absent «ou stating that he was with a logging in Michigan, and everything luau Uas sent foj? A pamphlet of Information andab. stractof the lawa, showing How to Obtain Puteuts, Caveats, Trade Marts, Copyrights, tent lrt<t. Addrt» MUNN A 00. Broadway New York. * Contingent Sellout House — Koad Bosutl of Hc-ulth Lilmivy MJVEHNE— Touchers Contingent School House Komi LU VEHNE IND.— Teachers. Conti i City.. , POl Touch Contii Schoo Hciiul. Pit; Teacl i Conti Schoc Uoad. PL! Toad Conti Hoad HA: Teacl Conti Sehor Koad Uoan Ceme 1U\ Toacl Conti Hoad SET Teacl Conti Schoc Hond Conic SH: Teacl Conti Sch oi Road Koad Kond \V1 Teacl Conti Schoc Koad. Libra Boarc •WH Teacl Conti Schoc Hoad WE Toad Couti Schoc Koad Come WE Toacl Conti 6cho( Cemo WE Teacl Couti Hoad ]' (i(i 83 •>J ffl 28 08 4 i) 1 111 78 •7 10 4 88 3 89 *3 1 07 Si 74 an S3 ".4 03j 327 ir> , 30 (lit! 19 14 4!)7 1(19 73, S!) w! MO,'} U 183 64 98 83 .'!8 31 ........ I. 24 07: . 411 CO; 121 61) . !!26 12^ 75 (15 111 «7, 188 71 20 95 20 04 TvM 58! 14!) 7l)j 77 35 110 «0 19 78 «2(! K3 135 OK 71 tifi 19 18 351 Slfi IB 71 248 08 21 98 297 03 30 (W W 71 not 25 •«! (JO W7 40 SO 2H SO 00 350 45 til 98 94 28 47 8,3 3 14 151 59 81) (17 (Hi 5 ill 01 134 (ffl M ill 73 H!l SSI 77 1T3 28 31 83 Do you want a 'good, square Do you want i?ood, reliable insurance? Do you want to rent a farm or grass land? Do you want to trade or sell your farm or other property? • Do you want/ to buy a farm o* unimproved land on l»»g time with bat little or no cash payment? Do you want t,o make a loan on your farm at the lowest'current rate of' interest and fayorable terms? Do you want anything in a legitimate line of banking? For any and alt'of the above, please consult K. M. iliclimorul at tfce Commercial Hotel and > Farmers' and Traders'" Bank Block, Bancroft, Iowa. F. L PARISH. S PECIAL ATTENTION will lie grwn to al* kinds of repairing. Including Tinware, Gu,s~ oline StovcH, (Jims, Pniini.s and ClotheB. Wringers. Am also prepared 10 nut In Punmees and) do plumbing and (Jos Pipe fitting, iron and Tin rooting. I'roniptiiUtenMon will to-given to all kinds ot .vork in my line. botitta of cotirti house. F. L. PARISH. 13 45 80 508 59 181 8(i 183 25 85 IV, 259 45 1 H(i I 04 10 90 14(! 10 at HI 34 82 45 80 158 49 :«l 57 lid !!5 723 19 14 II 51 110 00 43 (W 20 04 5 10 23 .'.'-18 20 52 74 20 05 15 Oil 07 7 20 125 55 87 18 !)8 <iO 40 20 DOOMED TO DEATH! Under prevailing conditions, icauy hogs are doomHd to deatli oy disease, merely because the owners fall to take measui'es^te- preserve their health. Dr. Joseph Haas 9 I WILL INSURE HOGS . WHEN FF D MY REMEDY, > WRITE FOR TERMS " V REFERENGE=ANYBANK Hog and Poultry Remedy Will arrest disease, prevent disease, ex-worms, stop the covish, Increase t>i>e flesh and hasten maturity. PKIO.KS-.S2.5o, 81.25 and DOC. per package. 20 pound cans §12.50, The largest packages are the cheapest. For sale by J. F. LAOY & SON, ALGONA, - IOWA. iitfent , — UTI,AND— iora iiffcnb >1 House AIU1TS— UM CHEEK— 51 SAY- llOl'S [ • (1 oi' Health VEUDALE— NECA— ol House 1 [EKMAN- J '(1 of Health iTEA— 11O&— HITTEMOKE- (1 Hl'lTEMOHE IND. ESLEV— ESLEY IND- EST BEND- rd of Health , 472 20 85 101 flfi 38 <il 52 27 20 2!l 77 08 9 70 3 82 28 47 7W> 82 241) 35 10 48 117 15 81 78 33 41 58 27 (i 15 5 75 85 09 (i 89 2 05 81! 50 l> 34 40 Oil 13 2J 3 U9 31 fid 7 53 (58 7 12 13 91 07 09 30 10 20 53 23 83 6 15 505 28 55 07 8 95 23 09 0 04 6 43 14 88 1 18 24 53 04 8 84 28 00 49 34 17 55 8 75 30 30 43 87 10 91 3 07 3 07 17 IT 3 34 43 481 99 79 807 21 305 04 403 37 79 14 40!) 12 51 51 48 81 590 42 230 80 100 lil 1093 98 390 8! 249 45 277 84 01 37 5851 033 15 12ti 59 40 7< 832 79 01 89 38424 03 73 841 74 310 08 54 30 97 11 13 GO!) 53 lOO'.'fc 44 40 39 1 434 7 (11 4 93 3 515 7 127 48 174 80 36 30 230 5J 38 30 110 9 7 2 881 44 313 8 150 4*1 111 if 50 Oo 458 7 80 7 M 7 30 5 51 fl 14 7 3 2J ytu 73 53 53 90 80 70 10!) 91 90 34 73 09 (!330 03 19 73 53 88 11 30 94 44 94 • 45 31 11 i: 40 041 101 07 68fi 10 331 77 209 75 44 92 404 18 44 33 3 82 49 30 11B9 7(S 398 07 03 31 817 70 "17 59 188 10 313 18 45 (io 45 35 35 69 0 89 33 09 090 53 4-1 01 2a r > 80 41 77 710 81 101 67 68 29 39 26 53 442 58 04 83 37 18 23 80 33 32 819 44 80 51 49 23 476 06 95 8^ 133 fl 40 1 1 1 308 6 44 8, 130 83 097 4 231 0 115 80 75 1 482 1 83 6( 83 61 01 S4 14 4 3 10 18 97 295 60 111 88 144 89 54 51 134 98 10 88 37 03 •x)0 05 83 14 48 78 502 34 104 02 93 70 123 43 31 87 19 01 723 49 120 59 15 72 300 85 28 73 138 50 34 19 3 09 225 03 55 93 54 8 70 1 51 387 83 55 79 37 81 03 21 94 198 0! 20 02 53 9(1 150 17 37 71 48 5S 1 02 24 13 Sf 3 31 7 0! 72' 378 388 8( 4!) 4 56 3< 93 71 32 9! o a 0 2 38 51 9 .* 3 3 7ff ___ 'HogoIoKy," a pamphlet on swine, will be mailed to any address on receipt of a two- cent stamp, 8-2U Jos. Haas, V. S. . , Indianapolis, Ind. W. L. DOUGLAS and other speeial- ties for Gentlemen, Ladles, etc., aro war-: ranted, and so stamped on bottom. Address W.JJ.UOU&IJAS, Brockton, Mass. Solfl.fcy F. S. Stough, Agent. Teacher's Reports AT EEPUBLICAN OFFICE. Wai-raut Account. llvidfw .. Insane bo Q S§ £ 3 O $ 439 11 1 54 <• 153 86 'O a & & $ 8149 75 3956 03 1(594 83 16 31 108 00 330 70 •o Cj S $ 8149 75 3956 03 1094 83 18 81 108 00 330 70 !*> n S I ^2 3 O $ 439 11 1 54 153 36 Perpetual School Fund. Mortgage Notes $34,172.78 Contract Notes 12,883.02 •••• 1,540.43 Temporary Scliool Fuud. June, 1890. Ballauco, 11,268.47 Collects 1,554.75 Jan. 1891. Apportioned and Transferred Ualkuos....... $18,005.33 $1,128.91 1.689.81 ii beloagtogwtUe sevei-al funds to Treasurer's hajjasj Jaa.' MM. *Over P**^'; NEVER A FAILURE. The Red River Valley of Minnesota and North Dakota has never had a failure of crops. It produced 30,000,000 bushels of wheat besides other cereals in 1890. Farms can be had on the crop plan, or long time cash payments. It is not an uncommon thing to pay for a farm from the prolfepds of one crop. It has all of the of an old coun the shape of sol market, postal and ail the chances of a new country In the way of cheap lands, rich soil, and increase in values. It is one of the most fertile and promising regions in America not yet fully occupied, la the rush to the far west, however, this rich valley has been overlooked. It h»a room lor a million more people. Write to F, i, wirprsT, st, p*ai, •tei Qtages '1, church, d railway facilities, PablJM§QB)i if-nt f ~ ^""wspmBWj.ijwp? *

Get full access with a Free Trial

Start Free Trial

What members have found on this page