The Algona Republican from Algona, Iowa on September 16, 1891 · Page 8
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Algona, Iowa
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Wednesday, September 16, 1891
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8 THE REPUBLICAN: ALGONA, IOWA, WEDNESDAY, SEPTEMBER 16, 1*91. THE COUNTY NEWS, Reported by Special Correspondents. tMK IlRPunucAN publishes more outside news from the country and surrounding towns thnn nil the six other papers published m Ivos- suth county combined. For the Uancrnft NKWS see iiajte fi. ToOonHKsroNDENTS :—All correspondence for the KRPUHMCAN should reach this ofUce not. Inter than Tuesday evening. Please bear this in mind. WHITTEMORM. (;eo. Boyle went east Saturday evening. .r. M. Farley shipped cattle Saturday even- in/,''. Mrs. 'WhKchiiir's buildtnR Is Hearing completion. Jlenry Goetch's new building is nearly completed. J. I 1 '.. lieattie'.-Miew store building is up and enclosed. Our Sunday Sclmol numbered sixty last Sunday morning. The Aid Society will meet; with Mrs. Yale next Thursday afternoon. Jiis.s May Ilotelliiis? spent last Thursday and Friday viMthifj relatives at Spencer. .1. M. Farley will build a, large new store building on the hill east ol Oeo. Kdgctts. Ilev. Call preached his last sermon before confeience last Sunday morning. Ilev. Charles Nolle of Algona will preach in the school house next Sunday afternoon, Sept. '20, at three o'clock r. :,t. We shake hands mentally with the Wesley correspondent, in regard to recording worthy items. Those are our sentiments too. Frank Thompson purchased the corner lot west, of the school he-use Monday. He says he is going to build a house on it to rent. Ed. Inker's household goods arrived last week from Wisconsin. We understand Mr. and Mrs. Ingler intend to make Whittemore their permanent, home. Let us M'lKl the llKt'vr.LicAjf to our friends that they may have an opportunity to eonipaic an "nil home print" paper Vvitli the patent in- S-jde country ni)\vsiitvpi'rs, jN. L. Cotton had his house moved last week, to a more suitable position on bis lots, and will build a iioud addition to it at once. That is right, Nonnan ; \ve are glad to see you making u move, in the right direction. K. Cnrlsehilk's has invested quite largely of late in town property. He has bought several valuable unimproved lots iu good locations. Hear in mind lots are cheaper m town now than they will be in a year or two. Thompson and Uonveiller are placing the goods on their shelves, getting ready lor business, ar.u their store will soon be open to customers. We bespeak lor the new tirm a share of tiie patronage of Whittemore and vicinity. Mr. Cluis. \Viigl\t and wife of West Rend, accompanied by the Jlissi-s Wright, visited friends in town last Sunday, attending oui Sunday Sclmol and Christian Kudeavor meetiii: in lhe evening. We are always glad to welcome Mr, Wright's people to our meetings. The Wtiittuinore school opened last Monday morning, with Miss May I-lotelling as principal, and Mi-s Anna Hays primary teacher. Miss Holcllmg lias I'.'j pupils enrolled and Miss Hays '2~. \Yhittemoie people are to be congratulated on .securing t\vo experienced and successful teachers, BEPUBLICAN RALLY AT SWEA. Hon. G. C. Peterson will discuss the issues of the campaign at the Center school house on Friday, Sept. 25tll, at 7:30 m. in the Swedish and English languages. Mr. Peterson is a talented speaker and no one should miss an opportunity to hear him. S1VKA The heavy rnln Tuesday delayed haying. J\ J. Kriekson has put up a new enterprise windmill. A number of our young people attended the Norwegian picnic at Seneca last Sunday. Miss Mnltla Peterson left Tuesday for St. Paul to visit relatives and attend the Exposition. H is reported that n number of new settlers arc coming in from Floyd county next spring. A seven-year-old son of Mr. Carbcrg who has been sick for some time died Monday morning and was buried Tuesday afternoon. Swea, Sept. 12. Iltm'AI.O FORK. Mr. Kddy is ;ible to be out again. Klwin Dnvison is slowly improving. Miss Emma Lyons is visiting at her father's. The hay stacks are springing tip like magic all over the prairie. Threshing machines have left the neighborhood for a short time. Mr. and Mrs. Lou Owen were at the Doauc M. E. church last Sunday. September 7 was the last Sunday in the Conference year. Two new members were added to thi! church, making twenty-eight members The ice cream social at Mr. lUitterlield's was well attended, clearing neaily ten dollars. The proceeds go towards paying the amount subscribed by the Ladies' Mite Society dedication day for the church. The young people had a merry time with games and music. Considerable carpenter work is being done in this vicinity. Mr. A. Pinkcrton, of Wisconsin, is the gue.<-t of 13. F. Smith. Mrs. B. F. Smith has been quite poorly for some time past. Mary Kichardson and Grandma Able are on the sick list this week. Leander Gingerich expects to build an addition to liis house in the neai tuture. Mr. Edwin Howe and wife returned yesterday from Klmore where they visited friends. Mrs. Kmma Willson and her children are in town visiting her parents. Mr. and Mrs. Dr, Howe. Mrs. 1). Howe returned home yesterday from Henton county, where she has been visiting I'oi a week. Levi Good has rented Mr. Hntliison'.s place fur another year, and expects to remain ir Ramsay. Eddie Ellsworth, Abe Avers and Join Snower arrived here from Mt. Auburn, fowa, last Friday. They expect to visit friends and look over the country, BOABD PEOOEEDINaS, ?.Ir. and.Mrs. Freeman returned Monday I'roin a visit to iiassett, Iowa. C. E. Oleson, who has been in Chicago the past week, is expected home today. The Flax Palace at Forest City seems to bo o:-poeia!ly attractive to our citizens. T. Pressnell, who was thought to be dangerously ill lit our last writing, is a little better. i'.lv. a lid Mrs. '/.. S. JSarrett retn.ined last Wi'diii'suay I'roin their long visit in Milmesota and I Tin-ready move VNIO>". r.Iel'herson sisters' new store is nearly for occupancy. They will probably : next week. Mis'- Kettle Baker left early in the week for a vUii lo h; 1 ! 1 parents in Waverly and to the corn pal.-'.re ;.t Sioux. City. While inn-it farm product 1 ; are selling at high figures hurley is very low on account of being (liseoion.-.i '.iy so much wet. weather. ilev. Mclinde preached his farewell sermon his; Sunday to a larse and interested congregation. Vi\: hope to see him return to us. (liMii'v;- Ft-ink had the pleasure of a visit li'om His I'.vo sUters today. The whole party vUiied th" schools, or rather the teachers. 'I'lii 1 Ladies Aid society meets at Mrs. Heal's t'onioi'i'o'.v evening. Two Japanese ladies are lo he pivMMit and will undoubtedly make lliemst.'lvi:.-) very entertaining. Mr.;. Stewart and her mother, Mrs. Isenber- gc. 1 , .Uuti i| last Thursday for a long visit; in ithnni-i. They expect to enjoy a reunion of the L.-Mibe^ei family during their slay. Mr.--.. \ViNon, \vhii has been spemliiiii some . her paients, Mr. and Mrs. T. C. ermiualeil her visit on Wednesday ;e<'. lo her Lome in lUaplctoii. i,.oils finds the w:;ii'i' from W. M •'•p well to In- tlif most soothing jo .LI-; yei in fil for his sore eyes. The ::;-, i.i possess' medicinal ijuaMty. 1. ::sv!; stans tomorrow on his return ::'.:n:u, Florida, lie takes with him a i the product-> o£ liossuth comity in el'a cl.cesi! made In .Mrs. A. Ward. •.•n 1 one interview O^-ar Wilde ami .':!iii I'.i \\ rile a, poem on the sunilo'.ver, •l.^i'.ed in Uui Wesiey Jtcporier. \Ve prepared to appreciate such u poem p:-i-sei:i. when about h;.If the town is •.'.;h v. i!il Hii;lli)',vej-s Jn lu.'l blouln purchased a lot from M.. ,) . (!. n ;ni cl 'Jain MiVi,t week. uv at work putting nil a houso Mrs. Yorker valued tiie tree.-, A few years ago when Mr. i:ig out llio-.e irees, and lie v, ictl glowing members of tilt, y!l:ed to him, "What's the use i:;, .so miieh time setting out trees 1 . '. won't biisig a cent more for il s'e:-tem' l lib. i-'l-JNTOX. i S'.:ecc;lia is enclo.-lli Clias. llol'nis spent Sunday at his father's. Miss Ada Jackson is visiting at Frank Shroufe's. Miss Stow, of Burt. visited at M. Godden's last week. Jay Wheeler is reported a trifle better, but is still very weak. KeibhoiT liros. threshed their gram Monday with a splendid yitld. Kra llcnnings will return to Waverly with his grandparents, to attend school this winter. M.Schenck's is a good place to go for sweet cider, lie has made a large quantity of it. llattie Schryver commenced her school in the .las. Andrews district with a good attendance. Klmer Iiodson has sold his farm of li;o acres to .ui Illinois man for .'V-1,000. Land in old. Kos- sutli is raisin::. Jas. Andrews and Chas. Schryver have purchased a steam power for their thresher. The horse power must go. Tiie liKi't.T.i.icAX came to our home last Wednesday with a neat appearance, and wi consider it a much improved paper. Success to it. Mrs. Thompson and Mrs, Hollus go to Hopins, Missouri, this v e«;k. This will be Mrs. hompMin's 1'irst visit from the county for lany years, Official Minutes of the Hcgnlar .Session. September, 1891. AUDITOR'S OFFICE, Sept. 7, 1891. The Board of Supervisors met at 1:80 o'clock in regular session. Members all present, except M. O'Rotirke. Minutes of the June adjourned session read and approved. On motion J. Hlotz was appointed a. to repair the Bush bridge across the Black Oat Creek on south line of section 30 97-30. Oti motion the report of the County Auditor of fees of office received from June 1st to September 1st, of $79 transfer, $8 redemption fees and $7 for rent of Court House hall, was accepted and placed on file. On motion the petition of the residents of Congressional township, 99-28, to be sot off as a civil township to be known ns Lcdyard township, was granted and said township set off as petitioned for. On motion the grade petition of George Simpkins, Wm. Dodds, et al, for grade on west line of section 21-96-29, and to transfer the appropriation granted at the June session to grade on the north lino of said section, to the west line, was granted, and G. II. Peters was appointed a committee to finish the grade, after the petitioners have expended the amount donated. OQ motion G. IT. Peters was appointed a committee to view and, if necessary, to build a bridge on Lindsey Creek, between sections 33 and 34 97 27, as petitioned for by Otto Britton, E. C. Tuttle, et al, also to view and, if necessary, to build a bridge on east branch of Blue Earth River on east line of section 10-9927, petitioned for by W. F. Miller, et al. On motion G. II. Peters was appointed a committee to view and, if necessaiy, to build a bridge on half section line road ou section 36 97 28, petitioned for by L. Anker, et al. On motion L. D. Lovell was appointed a committee ,to repair the Darr bridge in Lu Verne township. On motion L. D. Lovell was appointed a committee to view and report at November session on bridge over Prairie Creek on section 33 95-27. The petition of J. J. Gannon, A. H, Wilt so, et al, for bridge and grade over Union Slough between sections 4 and 997 28, was granted and G. H. Peters was appointed a committee to bridge and grade the same. On motion J. Holt?, and L. D. Lovell were made a committee to review and report on all grade and bridge petitions .•eceived between this and the November meeting; also to view and report on grades on south line of section 20-96 30, on south lino of south-east quarter of section ;-!0 90-30, r.nd between sections 23 and 26 94-30. On motion the report of the Soldiers' Relief committee for the year ending August 31, 1891, was accepted and placed ou file. On motion the School Fund loans made by the Auditor since the June session, were approved. The road petitioned for by Marshal Hayes and others, commencing at the south-east corner of section 10-94-80, running thence north on section lines to the north-east corner of section 10^95-80, was granted and the road declared laid as per commissioner's report, damages allowed as per appraiser's report, and costs assumed by the county. On motion the County Auditor was authorized to have the court house fur- nnce repaired; also the walk on the south side of the court house. On motion the city of Algona was requested to clean and keep clean that part of the county jail used as a lock-up by the city, or they will bo deprived of the use of the same. On motion the following levy of taxes were made for the year 1891 : GENKHAI/ TAXES. State 2 mills County 8 " Bridge 3 " Soldiers' Relief 1-10 " Insane 4-10 " Poor 1 mill 'County School 1 " County Poll 50 cents Dog, male 50 cents Dog, female $1.00 i [ j '. ' o ! l 'Jl . i a i o tfi . O M f( ill ! 2 ' a i — • o Ip j "3 .• — . O ! Munici|)ti ! Wat -•3 "•3 o W o o cq j Library. ICcmeterj 10 11 .12 20 8 10 11 H •M S Alg'ona ' 3!! Hurl '.. 1ii',£ UulValo ! l!l Biinorol'l, Ind.... 27 Crosco H Vent oil H Greenwood .... IK German 7 C.arflcld 5'i Hebron ii',:< Harrison.. .. Irviiifrton.... Lotts Creek . Lu Verne LuA'erno Ind l-\>r(.l;ind .... Plum Creek . Prutric Hiimsay Kiverdale — Sherman — Seneca Swea Union Wesley Wesley Tnd 28! Whittemore j!2 Whitlomore In. |U West Bond H2'/ s I! fiU 1" 10 10 Hi Hi • r >? il' 4 Burt Republican U. B. jaLA.IjLtOC'Ki EJditor. BURT, IOWA, SEPT. 10, 1891. Oats. .. .S3 Corn 40@>45 .„„„ .12 Butter 12@;i5 attic $3.00 Hogs...$4.0004.25 Wheat.. 80@,85 ~ .80 Barley Hay... ,.85(a.40 . 0.00 11UHT HOME NKWS. Millinery, Dressmaking. Wo will do a general Millinery and Dress* making business and earnestly request»call from all who are In need of anything la outline. ALLEN & WOLCOTT. On motion the Board adjourned o'clock a. m., September 8th. to 8 On motion the county auditor was aulhori/ocl to draw warrants on the different funds for all bills allowed at tliis session. Resolved, That the members of this board are entitled to the sums set op posilc their seA-cral names for services- at this session. G. H. Peters, 2 days, 10 miles $!)« D. .\. Uuoll, :J days, J. Hoitx, :2 (Inys, 17 miles 10 0 M. O'llourko, 1 cluy, 8 miles 4 »fl L. D. Lovell, 2 days, H miles « (IS ' On motion the Board adjourned sine die. Attest, J. B. HOFIUS, County Auditor. The following bills were audited on the.different funds. COUNTY' 1'UNI). A !( Kiimoy trustee Gnr(jc'lrt $ 3 0" 1) H:iyes trustee Lotts Creek 3 UO T M (''lark trustee Fenton 200 Frank Andorter trustee Prairie S 00 Carter & Hussoy stationery 11H «'> Hg-bert Vidlar & Chamber do Ill IK) Ham & Carver do •'j|| 00 J W Hinchon printiiifr !>H "1 Starr & Halloek printing' (il IM V S Ellis &0o. printing •'« 41 \Y c Miuiy i'.,:il Edil'.i; Xwcil LJ\ I.T. -. F. !i. Dnyci 1 entertaiutr.l a mim- iiciul.s S;;U:rd;iy evcniii;;. J.'.'. ;ii:l and wife stiu'K'd tliis mo li-il v.ith relatives at JJutli 1 , e:i \V. J'almcr was over from l';ilo Alto Ui-t Tiiui'sttay looking up laiul in v.-.'inny, Jl.'u.r.Yciit to V.'hiltcmore last FriUu opi.-rulin;.; Klossom Uros. creamery a :r.:d t iai p a;c, M;ss Sarah Itemmcr.s, who 1ms been visiting with aunt and uncle, Mr. aud .Mrs. L. Ha b'.u, the pa>t low weeks, started last VVtdiies day for her liuiiio in Yorkvilk), Illiuois. ) , 8 ¥ iJtembei- Du Witt's Sarsaprilhi destroys such pois- us as scrofula, skin disease, ec/.ema, rlieu- Its timely use saves in any lives. Our heavy team harness are made at uiu ami oil the very best ciak tanned eather and warranted. ii\ S. STOUXUI. Gilmorc, the 0 cents for i-ira 1 corner grocer, is paying "Oh! how i-lreadl'ully yellow and greasy ny face is yc-Uiug.'' Say do you kuow his is all caused by a disordered liver, mil that your skin can b'.; changed from i dark greasy yellow to a transparent white by the ol' 13eggs' Blood Purifier md Blood Makex'.' Every bottle guar- inteed by I 1 '. \\ r . Dingley. If you want an uullavored cigar, smoke the Sweets. For sale at Ladendorirs. Little Giants! Liltle (.Jants! Little Giants! are the pills that do the work •iticcessl'ul'.y, eJl'eclually and J)ermanenll3'. \\'e warrant every liottle to give satisfuct ion. Bold by F. \V. Dingley. The Sweets is au uullavored and free smoker. Cull at LadendoriFs. We can not afford to deceive you. Con- lidencc; is begotten by honesty. De WittV Littlu Early Risers are pills that will cure constipation and sick headache. Our fall stock of boots and shoes, hur ness, blanket^ robes, gloves and mittoub is coiiiiug every day. Y. iS. STOI/CII. Cupt. W. A. Abbott, who has lom, been with Messrs. Percival it Ilatton. Ueal Estate uud Insurance Brokers JJes AI(;ines. Iowa, and is one of the bes known and most respected business men iu that city, says: I can testify t< the good qualities of Chamberlain's Cough, itemedy. Having used it in mj family for the past eight years, I can safely say it has no equit'l for eithe colds or croup. 50 cent bottles for sale by Dr. Sheet/.. 48 51. Notice to Gratters. b Bids will be received at the auditor's ollice t 1 uild a. i;radc and ditch a slough on thu soutl ine of section •I'j-w-'fJ. Also 011 the southeaa section ti-vS-yj. Ijids received uuti ao, isai. .D. A. BUKLL. 60-51 Committee. SEPTEMBER 8th. Board met pursuant to adjournment. Members all present. Ou motion the Board adjourned to view the River bridge north of town, with the view of repairing the same. At 9 o'clock the Board rcturnud and look up regular business. On motion Irviugton township was ranted the material to build u bridge ear T. D. Stacy's, the township to do h« work. On motion the following judges were .ppointed for the November election in llgona city: First Ward-Wm. Weary, John G. Smith, S. Benjamin, and the Ben. Reed juildiug the place of holding tho election. Second Ward—A. W. Moffatt, J. W. llinchon and Henry Patterson judges, md the Wigwam the place of holding the election. Third Ward—C. II. Blossom, A. C. Johns and J. B. Winkcl judges, and the Normal School building the place of loldiug the election. Fourth Ward—J. F. Nicoulin, Henry Clock and E. S. Salisbury judges, and UK; Sherill's ollice the- pltuic oi' holding hu election. Ou motion Simon Schneider, Oharle.3 Stoke ami IS. E. Brudburu were ap pointed judges of election for Springfield township, and thu Schneider school house the place of holding the election. Ou motion A. J. Dunlap, Jokn Smith and Henry Chapin were appointed judges of election for Lwrynrd township, and tiie school house iu Leilyanl village the place of holding the election. On motion R. I. Brayton was appointed a member of Hie Soldiers' Relief Commission., to take the place of E. S. Streator. On motion Mrs. Colby was allowed :?1'2. Mrs. Lemke sjflJi, and the Carl Miller family $S per month out of the Poor Fund, from October 1st to April 1, 1892. 12 o'clock—The Board adjourned to 1 o'clock p. m. 1 o'clock p. m.—Board in session. Moved and carried thai the County Treasurer be authorized to redeem the south-east quarter of the south-east, quarter, section 17-95-30 from Tax Sale of 1888, suid sale being erroneous. On motion the Treasurer was authorized to redeem the south-west .quarter of north-west quarter of section, •«& i$-28 from Tax Sale- of, -1888, .sai erroneous./) C H Hutehins eom on roads L C Chandler bonrd for prisoners ,1 W Kobinpon {foods tor court liouso Mrs Sohlchtl eleanin«- county ollieeH.. Hertha Carey salary F M Taylor fees State oases Obed lloliinson fees State wise •las Taylor goods for eourt honsu 31 Stephens eare prisoners and sen not ieps M Stephens convoyins? prisoner to Mil ill #011 1> D I )oil;re clerk Sherman ,i W'jYnmiiit meals for jurors Jolin He.-ili iliiiiii'i^on road No. 8">5 Marshal Hayes do Honrv Donveilor do lii'in-V Iliiolti.T do \V 11 Andi-eir^ do Fannio Hamilton do Wm Italic do John fieri>er Frit/. Haas do 1) Scot t (iarvoi 1 do .1 .1 JJan\vnrt do 1!enry Mulder do Peter l(e ; -eh do 1500 57 »'_> 1» !k> -1 OU »'H 00 H '* 1~ SN. t OU A. Hough took in a car of hogs Saturday for E. P. Keith. S. II. Breeso is off to the home of his boyhood in Illinois for a short visit. Frank Allen has jnst completed the stone wall for Mr. Kerrs new residence. Carpenter Weaver 13 helping Mr. Ramsay on the school house that he is building. Mrs. C. S. Coffin and Mrs. J. G. Gra- tam intend leaving this week for a visit in Chicago. Mr. Goodwin lias purchased a lot south of William Schaeffer's and moved ;heir building onto the same. A child of Oil Johnson's, east of Burt, was buried on Saturday. The child was some nine months old. Ike Finnell of Algona gave the town short visit yesterday, while on his way to Bancroft, his future home. Den Paine and daughters Cora and Gertie Paine, returned from their Minneapolis visit the first of the week. Harvey Graham moved into Perry McDonald's house yesterday. Thus the town keeps pace with the times, Cady and Hallock are about to commence the stone foundation for their new store on the south side of the street. Dan Paine has purchased two lots beyond Stowe's ex-blacksmith shop and will erect a large hay barn on the back of them. Mrs. Jno. Meigs, wife of the steam thresher man, arrived Saturday last. Mr. and Mrs. Meigs are stopping with her sister, Mrs. Wai. Stockwell. Elder and Mrs. Fans started Monday noon for conference. Mrs. Faus will visit her daughter at Webster City but expects to spend the Sabbath at the conference. ' liev. D. Williams will hold services next Sunday morning, instead of even- ng, inasmuch as there will be no ser- es held by the Methodist pastor on iccount of conference. Prof. Russell gave a creditable con- ,ert at the school house Saturday night. Prof, llussell is blind, and his ;oiicert at this place must have netted lim ten or twelve dollars. Mr. and Mrs. Knoll mourn the loss of their three-year old boy. He died Friday of last week of cholera infan*um, the funeral service being held at the M. E. church on Saturday at 11 o'clock. There will be still more hammering and pounding done in Burt yet before snow Hies.. There is Marble's store, Kerr's residence, Paine's hay barn, Cady and HsMleck's store, and lots of other buildings, all to be put up immediately, or sooner. J. B. CORK, Rea Estate Agt. BUJXT, 1O WA. Good farms for sale. 3STOTIOE. The firm of Benedict & Allen having been dissolved, I shall hold forth in rooms over McDonald's hardware and keep on hand a new and complete stock of Millinery goods of the latest styles and at prices to suit your pocUetbook. Mm BENEDICT. Commencing tomorrow, Sept. 17th, and continuing one week we will sell boots and shoes 10 per cent, off regular price. Remember the date Commencing Thursday, Sept. 17th, Closing Thursday Eve., Sept. 23rd, If you want boots and shoes, now is the time to buy them. Cut sale of 10 per cent; off ONE WEEK ONLY. Cady & Hallock. Ft. 4i> (!( T fi( . ;i :;r in in 111 (ID :K (K :a (K iti ou :ii IH m (H 10 ()( ](! t)( II! Ol ;w 11 in ot t'OOH VL'-S'I). WJien in Search or in need of shoes or boots we want you to coine in and inspect our stock and prices. We have a few specialties that can't be found elsewhere. CADV & HATVLOCK. Burt has a Furniture Store. Buy your furniture of W. M. Cook. good stock and reasonable prices, Little Winnie, aged 15 months daughter of Mr. and Mrs. A. Sigsby, died on tha night of September 14, at eleven o'clock. She was one of the twins ; the other, a boy, is well and hearty. The funeral was held at the Presbyterian church yesterday at eleven o'clock. The bereaved parents have the sympathy of their many friends in and around Burt. Don't Fail To see our line of foot wear for Men, Women and Children. A Dandy In a Ladle's Fine Shoe for $1.75 Oil Grain Shoes in all sizes, cheaper than you ever saw them. Truly yours, Icliolson & Bnell, GEO. E. MARBLE Sttll runs a Bailey lirori (roods Cor ixHir Ki •! .1 K.Iones ViinilinK t.wliK.- poor farm (i .1 (J Smith (roods for poor i'arm "0 " .( II (meal & Co., liimhor aiui eoal IN 4- T) 11 1'aliuer work at poor I'iirm < dO \Vm. Nolan hay for poor farm _1 ~l A JlcCain work on poor i'linn <' ~-} ,lus Ttiylor U'oods for poor farm 75 Hradie'y ;-; Kieoulin mowing- maehini 1 for 1.00V'fill-Ill ™ (l() C K Mil I lory tea for poor farm ' •' !•> (Jeo H Ash'elford, stock how for poor fun. -1 00 K llailey coal for poor 1'ai'in <' '- u Nel Crane work on poor farm £' Wl I 1 'H i^loiiu'li roods for poor i'lirin "•' ' s ') Jones A: Stauy (ri-indiiiH' feed for poor l"m 4Ji !IK Jteiinetl.iV: Anderson meat for poor farm. !] *"> (J M llo'.nird ju'oods for jioor farm H li! 11 Scott flitting irrain on jioor farm Id fill '.Viuiilniu l!ros& \Vinkio coal for poor— (j 7.) i; j'l''oli!in di^-in.H'^-ravo and lot (i (10 S 1 ten jam in looking a fier poor -1 "0 A 1' Hull meals and lodging for poor :i 00 •;;•: insane eoniinisBion A A Hi'iuison LllKllllst lllilDliK l-'UNl). II Austin liuildin;;' brid.'ve and g-rade L 1) Lovoll c(jin work Alphens .lohnson work on sri-iulu and bv.. U A liiK.'H com mil tee work A L Hunt ditching A M iV«J M Johnson lilac-ksiiiithiHH' Taylor & Hume lumber for bridg'es Nu'udum Itros & \Vinkic hanliny piling .. Thos. HeiukTsou rel.uildins 1 lllaekford hriiljiv : J \V Sampson reimiriiijv Fisher bridge — C It niitcliins m<.-usiii'in}f KTudus. 1 J \V Hayos print injr not Ico to yraders... H N liruer Iuml>;T for briiljfds \\'m lir'nminoiid lumliev for bridges J Jloil./ coiiiiiiilti'e work.. a? oo <i :.'t! . r i,s ;>~i 14 (iO /Mi :i"> :ts 15 17 r.o K ou -i no :ic, oo r.':):.' ill) '.17 07 -IS K! !«) Cady & Hallock announce another cut sale of 10 per cent, oft' on boots and shoes commencing tomorrow mid lasting one week. Buy of them this week and you save 10 cents on each $. AT BURT. Fresh Groceries always on hand and a good assortment of General Merchandise. go to (Jo to Gruhuin's for pumps. Vinegar. Vinea'sxr. For a good article in Vinegar Cady ,&1 hillock's. Hoxv'HThis. We offer One Hundred Dollars Reward for any case of Catarrh that can not be cured by taking Hall's Catarrh Cure. F. J. CJIENKV & Co.,Props., Toledo, O' We, the undersigned, have known F. J. Cheney for the last 15 years, and believe him perfectly honorable in t.11 business transactions, and financially able to carry out any obligations made by their firm. West & Truax, Wholesale Druggist.To- ledo, Ohio. Walding. Kiunan & Marvin, Wholesale Druggists, Toledo, Ohio. Hall's Catarrh Cure is taken internally, acting directly upon mucous surf acesof the system. Price, 75c. per bottle. Sold by all druggists. I have on hand a large stock of Which I am closing out at a price that will make you smile. Try me if you want rope. B. WHITNEY, - - - IOWA.. 47-50. Hobl Slcplieiisoii KiMdinw Itluokford liill.2-10 10 A Johnson building bridges nod yradtss.. ol liO W 11 (Jodfrey Ijiirdwai'e for bridges Ji :i> Frank Stono building bridH'es ^0 00 .1 A Hamilton A; Co :J curt piling ; -'U '•'•J .1 A Hamilton & Co lumbl-i 1 «<'i •* Kiiiii(-y & l j (.-!irson H-riUling- .,;i\ J F (iihnoro hardware , ^ A U SJicklou «Ta<lius v t n~ Fred KreiRer ^radinw 5* «< Gt.'o H Peters commit too work -J '» J HQueal&Cu lumber 1" «' H A Clock I'ono for pile driver « lu G M^ Howard nurclwiiro M O'iiourke conimittee work 8 ' r.o Investigate their merits. Do Witt's Little Early Risers don't gripe, cause nausea or pain, which accounts for tMh popularity. ~6»ys (or say) they wittwut Old papers at the REPUBLICAN office 25c. per hundred. "O! how I dread to sec. my hair turning gray." is a remark made by so many ladies. If they ouly knew that 75 cents invested in one bottle of Bergs' Hair Heuewer would cot ouly check it at once, but give it a luxurious and glossy appearance, we know that they would not hesitate to buy. We guarantee every bottle. Sold by F. W. Dingley. Cheap farms, rich soil and healthy climate. For particulars enclose stamp and address C. A.. BAGLAND. Real Estate Agent and Att'y at Law. 48 8 Stockton, Cedar county, Mo. —AT THE— M. L. MAYI1EW, Proprietor. Good Accommodations. Livery and Feed Stable iu connection with hotel. Catarrh, neuralgia rheumatisiw aad diseases originate from impure blood. Cleanse it, improve it, purify it wm Market ELVtDCG BROS. Props. 4* Fresh and Cured Meats Always on Hand, 0481 ym FOB HIDES.

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