The Algona Republican from Algona, Iowa on February 3, 1892 · Page 4
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Algona, Iowa
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Wednesday, February 3, 1892
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^ IOWA, and MMHflflffi of TRANS- i MILWAUKEE AND ST. PAUL, OOIN" WEST. ifassenge* 5:2?SS 6 fl-uigM. 2 passenger.. 4 passenger.. io way freight Hit-eight, 8:17 pm OOIN& MA8T. . rn • m Chicago & Northwestern K'y. GOING NORTH AND WKST. BtPlBht accommodation S. ! J?SS Culiiaao Mall and Express 3 :34 p m GOING SOUTH AND KA8T. pvnlRht accommodation e '-M P "} Chicago Mail and Express 2 :37 p m Ohlcai'o passenger reaches Pes Molnes at 1 v m, OhicaKOoTno a. m., wul Kansas City 9-30 "in Tickets for sale to all points In the •jiilted States and Canada. ______ __ . _ -I, - — *— ~"_.^_ -••,-•*-•• PROFESSIONAL SBnisS DIRECTORY, B. DANSO: .\TT-i W. C. HANSON. BROS., HXKTei AT LAW, • , ... Algona, Iowa. ALGONA REPUBLICAN , IOWA, Fss. S» 1892. KOSSUTH COUNTY MARKETS. AIGONA MARKETS. Oata 21 Corn 28 Eggs 18 Butter 18 Cattle.$0.00@$0.00 Hogs... -....8.75 Wheat 70 Barley 80 Flax 76 Timothy 90 LOCAL NEWS AND NOTES. is reported to be E. Money to In;: 3Y AT LAW, Algona, Iowa. W. B. QUARTON, ATTORNEY AT LAW, Office over Kossuth Co. BanH- Aljjona, Iowa. GEO. E. CLA11KE, ATTORNEY AT LAW, Office over 1st National Bank, Algona, Iowa. S. S. SESSIONS. A T TOR NE T A T LA IF, Loans and Insurance. Special at.Ujiaion given to collections of all knuls. Office over Onriscuules' store. Algona, Iowa. JAS, BAKR, M. PHYSICIAN AND Office at residence. Aigonn, Iowa. L. K. GAEFIELD, M. D., PHYSICIAN AND SURGEON, , / OflUe on State street, Algona, Iowa. ALGONA a T. WEST, M. P., PHYSICIAN AND SURGEON, Office at residence. Algona, Iowa, CHAS. H. McCORMACK, ECLECTIC PHYSICIAN, Guarantees to cure Catarrh. Olllcfl with L. M. B. Smith, over Howard's hardware, Algona,. DR. L. A. SHEETZ, } -rVGlST AND STATIONER, -<•• .1.-. tii'tii. Ueals iu paints, oils, -etc. Bts. T. FELLING, M. D. ' r& i. ; .--,' - 3D S OR GEON, Wliittemore, Iowa. E. E. SAYKKS, D. V. M., PHYSICIAN AND SURGEON, west of the TlioritiKton House AJgona.Iowa. ilosm'Ai. Accommodations. DANSOX & HUTCUIISOX, ;•, REAL ESTATE, INSURANCE.: Office over Kossuth Houuty Bink. Also do a loan and insurance biisiuuss. Ali;uua, C. B. MATSON, REAL ESTATE, FARM LOANS AND INSURANCE OfBice over Clirischllles' store, '" GEO. C. CALL, REAL ESTATE AND ABSTRACT OFFICE For Information ;n rescui-il to lauds iu Northwestern Iowa, \vrlte to linn, Thorington street, Algona, Iowa. A. D. CLARKE & CO. FARM LOANS. •. v Office on Dodge street, ' Algona, Iowa, P. L. SLAGLE, Manufacture r o£ aM,d dealer in Harness and Harness Goods ALGONA, IOWA. Do you want an auctioneer? D. A. HAGGARD Will cry city and. farm property, make eol lections, etc. All business of a prtYnte nature stneily confidential Office with F..IJ. Taylor. E, G. BOWYER, DEAtEK IN WATCHES, CLOCKS AKD JEWELRY, All kinds of Silverware. Bepairing a specialty. Hotel aM Restaurant, v i P, gilt Proprietor, State Street, Algoua. jng aud we** Jioajrd fy the day or f «TJW» »1 per day, fxw per week witb Mrs. Isaac Grove quite ill. T. II. Conner and wife are home from Eolfe to spend the winter. Ambrose Call left Monday for Lake Charles, Louisiana, to be gone several weeks. Postmaster Starr has had 147 new boxes, 47 of them lock boxes, placed in the postoflice. Licensed to marry: Jos. Wingert and Anna Zummoch, Henry Bierstetlt and Emma. Bischoff. The postoftice will be open on Sun- dnys hereafter from 9 to 10 a. m. and from 12 to 1 p. ru. Regular meeting of the Knights of Pythias Friday evening. Work on the ranks of Esquire and Knight. The Young Ladies Foreign Missionary Society will meet with Mrs. Black on Saturday, Feb. (i, at 3 p. m. Meeting of the G. A. 11. Post Wednesday evening Feb. 10th. All members are requested to be present if possible. Frank Dingley, Sr., wife and daughter Lettie and Mrs. Frank Dingley Jr. started Monday on a six -weeks trip to California. Dr. W. E. II. Morse, C. B. Matson and G. II. Lamson went to Estherville last Tuesday to receive the rank of Knight Templar. The ladies of the Congregational church will give a. supper Thursday evening from 5:30 to 8:00 in the parlor of the church. All are iu invited. There will be a social at the M. fE. Parsonage on Thursday evening Feb. •i th. Cake and coffee will be served. Every body is cordially invited. Miss Sarah Whitfiekl was called home to Clear Lake Monday evening by the illness of her father and mother who are both down with the grippe. Letters remaining uncalled for in the post cilice for the week ending Jan. 30: II. W. Dodge, Minna Miller, Miss Ellen Oleson, J. II. Palmer, X. D. Ilobinson. • Warren Danson and Edgar Butler went to Ruthven Tuesday morning to lish in the lakes at that place and see what they could catch. They returned in the evening with 105 perch. Yesterday was Candlemas clay, and there was a good amount of sunshine. If there is anything in the old saying about the ground hog- there will be a break in this pleasant weather before spring. llev. Bowen will preach next Sunday morning on "Christian Work and Its Kewarcl." In the evening he will give the second of a series of sermons on The Prodigal Son, subject "Sowing Wild Oats." G. 11. Bookman who lias been in the employ of the A very Planter Company at Des Moines for over a year was in Algona last Friday. lie is going on the road for the company in the south and will make his headquarters at Memphis. The city council met in regular session last Saturday. A number of bills were allowed and final settlement made with Harrison & Hawley by the payment of balance due, $716.35. The resignation of II. A. Clock as a member of the city council was received and accepted. E. II. Slagle was up to St. Paul last Tuesday and passed examination on ;he post offices in Minnesota, making 99.08 per cent. Mr. SI agio has aJso passed on lows, and South Dakota, making a total- of nearly 4000 offices he has learned in eight months and has made an average of 99 per cent in all of his examinations. James James of Wesley was brought before the commissioners of insanity last Saturday. The board wished to gather further evidence in the matter and continued his case until next Friday. The man was taken to the Tennaut House. Monday forenoon Deputy Sheriff Mclnroe who had him in charge was forced to leave town and Mr. James took his departure for Wesley! He was brought back by Marshal Dailey and taken to the Tennant House where he remained over night. Yesterday morning he again started for Wesley but was caught at the depot by Marshal Dailey and Sheriff Graham. He is now lodged under the court house to await tbe action of the commission. When he found that it was the intention to lock him up he made a pretty lively resistance. Sheriff Graham received several kicks that made him pale ia the face. This is the third case that has been before the commissioners within the last two weeks. G. W. Ludwig of Prairie township was adjudged insane Mirs. ts&te Grove la *e$ftte<i to be low this inof&i&g. A, ,QrWe 18 said to be btttter. O. C. Walker has rented his farm to a mati by the name of Howell who worked the B. J. Hunt farm last yea% F. B. lledrlck is now on the St. Paul & Albert Lea night line, having been temporarily transferred frotn the day line. The Woroans Foreign Missionary society will meet at the M. E. parsonage next Thursday afternoon at three o'clock. Dr. McCormack has located in an office with L. M. B. Smith over Howard's hardware. He guarantees to cure catarrh. Regular meeting of the W. C. T. U. Friday afternoon at 3 o'clock. .-• The president having returned will be glad to see afilll attendance. J. B. Ayle has disposed of his town property and put the money into horses and farm machinery. He will rent a farm in the spring and till the fruitful soil of Kossuth County for a living. During the month of December the REPUBLICAN took in 91 subscriptions, which we thought was a pretty good business. The books show that 126 subscribers paid up during the month of January, the larger proportion paying for a year in advance, and taking advantage of our premium offers to cash in advance subscribers. It is just as easy to pay for your paper a year in advance as to pay for it at the end of the year. Don't let your subscription account drag. Pay up and get one of our new maps of Kossuth county as a premium. Iflitors Said It Wftg 'ft They, were Well Pleasett With* Alatfna ftfltt tho Way ttJtejr were Treated. Who were Here and What They tfid» The Public Meeting' and Banquet, The Ladies of Algona Deserving of Much Credit. The people of Algona have reason to congratulate themselvss for the successful issue of everything- connected wit* tbe editorial meeting IttAA in this cdifiy lasfweefe, in which they were interested. The effort to secure a good attendance was successful, some of the beat papers in northern Iowa were represented. The reception, public meeting, 'banquet, everything in which the people of Algona' had a part and an interest passed of£ pleasantly and successful^. The editors went away with good ina- pressionBof Algona and Algona people. The reception and the residence «xf musicale Ambrose given afe A. Call: Thursday evening by the faculty of the- The Death Record. 51US. JACOB HKLSCXN. Mrs. Jacob Nelson died last Saturday at 2 p. in. of heart disease, aged 48 years. The funeral took place on Monday at 2 p. m. She leaves a husband and four small children, one a babe but a week old. Ames oft when its HM place ott (fat) program wai taTftsti by Editor J. %* ttdtiftttfcnd of Herald* Following IB the program as given at the public meeting. The BB« PUBLICAN regrets its Inability to publish the addresses as they were all of ftrterest and would be read with appreciation by our readers. Jwwation— ttev. W, E. Davidson. Address of Welcome-Mayor L, A. Blieetz. Response— i'. Q. Lee, Vice Pres. Association. Music, duett—The Misses Train . Personality of the Editor- J, B. Hnngeriord. Musi*, solo-Miss Agnes Randall. KecKatkm— Miss Maud tiowan. The- Morn) in Newspaper Work- Han. W. M. McPurland, See, of State. Music'., iiuartet— Algona Quartet Club. ' At th© close of the meeting the following neaolutiona were reported by a committee and unanimously adopted. VVhereasi. The Upper Des Molnes Editorial Association !te» held an interesting and profitable meetthg, the 'success and pleasure of which has be<m in every possible way promoted by the courtesies antl hospitalities of the people of Algona ;. and Whereas, We heartily appreciate the Interest In our meeting. so> unnnitmepjly shown by the citizens of. Algoiifts and desire in some public and united maiinei! to record our acknowledge- Maay parents»and loved ones are prayittg ret rejecting the Saviour. The desffe ;ohold ofl'to thfc'm In prater and by »ersonal effort until they come do 3hrist. K«v. Rbbt. Carroll may be lere next week to- help the pastor ia ihe services. 1 hope the Baptist mem* jers and all etlieite interested in the work will ra% about the pastor in this lour of his anwiety.' W. II. DOltWAKD. 3IKS. STEPHEN Died Saturday morning of consumption. The funeral took place on Monday. Mrs. Noble was quite an elderly lady and had been for twenty years a resident of Kossuth county. PE.TEH SWAl-tSON. A telegram was received Monday from Mr. C. E. Hyde from Pomona, Calif., announcing the death from consumption of Mr. Peter Swanson, who went to California in the fall in the hope that his health would be bene- litted. The body will be brougnt back to Algona for interment. Mr. Swanson was a hard working, man and highly respected in Algona. lA'DIA CAST>'EU Died at Irvington of consumption last Saturday morning, aged IS years. The funeral took place Sunday, conducted by Rev. Davidson. Miss Castner had made her home for a number of years in the family of Mr. C. R. Lewis. The remains were interred at Irvington. A Fishy Cow Story. In the course of the drive around town last Friday afternoon the editorial party stopped at Wallace & Reed's creamery to inspect the workings of the butter extractor. After seeing milk go into the extractor and come out transformed into butter, Ero. Ilich- ards of the Spencer Ifews remarked to the editor of the REPUJJUCAN that there was only one thing in his estimation that could beat a butter extractor and that was a cow that gave the butter itself. Mr. Richards claims to have such a cow . She gives two pounds of first class butter every day and all the Eichards family have to do is to salt it and eat it. The butter comes from the cow just as it would come from a churn and all that is necessary is to press it out with an ordinary butter laden. Bro. Kichards Ijnds it necessary to give his cow a little exercise each time before milking in order to secure the best results. He chases her around the yard with a milk stool for a few minutes each time before milking which has the effect of churning the butter. He then runs her up into a corner and draws butter with one hand and butter milk with the other. Bro. Kichards says he is all fixed for butter and is now looking for a cow that will give hot buckwheat cakes and maple syrup. Our May of the County. Inquiries have been coming in every day about our new map of Kossuth County. A proof of the map was received from our engravers last Saturday and the map will b^ready in about two weeks. A notice will be inserted in the REPUBLIC AH as BOOU as the maps are ready for delivery. formal School was attended by a large number of invites! guests. The parlors < of the mansion; were filled about 9 o'clock and'the evening was spent in making the acquaintance of the editors; the occasion* was-a< social success. Much credit is clue to Mrs. T. H. Lantry and the ladies who assisted her for the banquet at the court house hall Friday evening. The hall was very tastefully decorated and the table was complete. In,the neighborhood of 175 seats were taken, at the tables. The following newspapers were represented at the meeting: Eagle Grove Gazette, C. A. Schaffter and wife. Nevada. Representative, W. O. Payne; Denison Bteview, Chas. K. Meyers. Lehigh Valley Echo, C. C. Chase and daughter. Wright County Democrat, W. A. Elder. WebsteivGity Graphic, F. Q. Lee and J. W. Lee and wife. Bancroft Register. Verne Ellis and wife. Estherville -Republican, J. E. Jenkins. Sioux Rapids Press, B. W. Talcott. Humboldt Independent, A. M. Adams. Corwith Crescent, C. R. Wood and wife and —Johnson. Fort Dodge Times, Rose and Edith Train. Fort Dodge Messenger, Geo. E. Roberts. Garner-Signal, II. II. Bush and' J. W. Knadler. Emrnetsburg Democrat, W. J. Branagan and wife and sister. Hanson Journal, G. Long. Spencer-2fTews, M. II. Richards and — Cory. LuVerne-Sews, S. C. Platt. Carroll'Herald, J. B. Ilungerfordi. Renwick Times, S. C. Higbee. Milford? Mail, R. B. Nicol. Mr. C. D. Jone&.ofi Chicago, a former newspaper man now representing the American Papen Co., was present. Rev. Sanderson; and Col. Ormsby of Emmetsburg, accompanied by their wives, were also present on invitation. The business sessions of the association were held' iii the G. A. R. hall which had bean, secured for that purpose. The first business meeting was held at 7:30 Thursday evening. Several new members were, enrolled and a report of the- committee to investigate the advisability of forming a union for the purpose of furnishing ready prints was received. The committee was discharged but the questiouwas continued until the next meeting of the association. A report was also received from ment of thesemaoy kindnesses ;therelore,bo it Resolved, That) ttUis Asseclation returns its thanks to the. people of Algo-na in general for- the welcome which has opened their homes and the attention WJiloh has provided so completely for our convenience., comfort and entertainment, and. partibulal'ly to One members of the local press for. th eir, active- labors In preparation for the. meeting.;. JUKI totlie faculty and management of the Algona, Normal School and the ladies and gentlemen-assisting them for the musicale and social,entertainment so much enjoyed by this -Association:., and lev Mr. and Mrs. Ambrose A. Coll, for, the hospitality of their beautiful homey one ot fclio pioneer homes if not one ol the pioneer, houses, on the Upper Des Moines. Uesolved, further, Xhafrwe cangratulate the people oi Algoua upeivthe-niiiltlvUed evidences of thrift and prosperity, whiol^the carriage vide by their courtesy provided, diselosed about their city : also upon.the-natuwil'beiiuty of the site and the surroundings upon/ami ambl which they have built.their homes.. And we'assure them that alter what.we have-seen aad what we have enjoyed,here, the Upper Des Motoes Editorial Association and pleasua-e- able significance hi. Us baptismal inunc. And be it further. Resolved, That wa extend to the Hoiu L. A. Sheetz our. thanks-tor, his words ot weleotrve, already made substantial by. his-foresight, and to the Hoiv. W. M; MoFarlaml and the Hon. .). B. Ilungerford f«w. their: able and helpful addresses upon th»'ethics of'nowspupei' work, and we commend their,vicws-.upon "The Mora! in Newspaper Work," and "Taie Personalities o£ the Editor" to thauttention aft the press oj the state. And be. it.further llesolqed, That wuowo renewed, obligations to the officers of this Association for the SHC- cessfrjl arrangements.- made fOB this, our fllth meeting. Immediately following-, the public meeting came the banquet! at the court house hall. Egllowing ia-.the progi f am of the toasts as-responded to;; TOASTS J'.Y. J?DVj:OI!9. Miss .Edith. Trair.,—ToHStmisti-ess. Our Hosts.—H, II. Bushi.Oriw.nor The Chilly Question,— Al. Adams, Humboldt The Grip,—Rev-. Sandersoni , Our Organization,.— W. 1. Branu«au,12iniaetsburg.l>eiUoci-aS. TOABTH W. Cl'Pl/EXS. Hon. C. L. Lund,—Toiistmasier. Our Guests,—.!. 1J. Jonofe What to Head,—Mrs,. 0; A. Inghunv. Ksirly Recollections of,Algona,— CoUOwnsb-y. Art and Iton-uuice iu'-AiUfortlsinjr.r- Prof. F. M Challee. At the close of the-banqttet the editors and their ladies- arose and sung a couple of; appropriate songs, one from the pen oft Miss Edith Train and the other by. Editor Ilichascls of the Spencer News. At the close of the singing R. B. Nicol, the poet editor of the Milftird Maili.. was intaoduced and recited an original poem. The responses to the toasts were all deserving of notice but lack of space makes moro-tJian a mention impossible. Si bttfrtfae meetings will tit eeii to* aft* weeks by th& pmMftr' * tha fcfeckms ones for ***"*•** TH« West Authorities, Such as Dr. t)io B*wiff, Prol Gross, and others, agree tbat>e»tarrh Is- not a local but a constituUonaMisease. It therefore 'equirles a constitutional remedy like Hood's Sarsaparillay which effectually and permanently cures catarrh. Thousands praise it. Hood's Pills cure liver ills-,, jaundice, )iliousness, sick headache, constipation and all troubles of the'digestiworgans. Her sister's intended-'-"MinnSe,. if yoa will come and sit on my fenee Fit give you a nice present;" Minnie (age&ftve) "Ith that what made you"give thithter » diamond wing?" Patterson Bros, have an 1 en-eHess- variely of Crackers, fresh and just ; arrived from the oven. Girl wanted to do work in Steam.Laun- dry. Mits. N. E,', NORWOOD If you want the best Baling- Press iat the world, write Collins P10wOo.,%iincy,. Illinois, for catalogue and prices. 18--18 The Minneapolis Faning Milti will remove cockel, buckwheat, mustard' and : all foul seeds from grain. Call at A>. M ! . & G. M, Johnsons and see what they, willJ do. "O! how I dread to sec my hair-- turning gray." is a remark made by so>»many ladies. If they only knew that 75- centa- invested in one bottle of Beggs'-' Hair Renewer would cot only check it-at once, but give it a luxurious and glossy -appearance, we know that they would not 1 hesitate to buy. We guaraotee every bottle- Sold by F. W. Dingley. Our readers who are afflicted with'deaf-- ness should not fail to write to -Dr. A-. Fontaine, Tacoina, Wash., for Ms circulars giving affidavits and testimonials of: wonderful cures from prominent people. The doctor is au aurist of world-wide- reputation. See his advertisement elsewhere. He—"You doubt me, dearest; therefore I have determined that every, act-' of my life shall be made known-to you." She—"How will you accomplish that?'.'' He—"I shall have myself uorainated for,a high office during the next political campaign." Cure Vourxolf. Don't pay large doctors' bills. The bosU medical book published, 100 pages, elegant colored plates, will be sent to-youi on receipt of three 2 cent stamps to Ray. postage. Address A. P. Oivdway, &..-,Oo.,J Boston, Mass. Tlie Commander — Ii4— Cliief of the Grand Army of the .Republic, JVIaj- or George S. Merrill. Pew remedies- are better kovvn in this vk-inity than Sulphur Bitters; their sale has beea very general throughout this section, iwid the number- of reliable and well-attested cases of beneficial results and recovery by their use,. is large and beyond dispute. 26;pounds of sugar for $1 at PlATTEllSON the comnnittee on foreign advertising Who Told you Algona seems to be the fore part of last week and Agues Murray wto? lives near the depot was ad judged So? having hard luck "with the public water works. The standpipe burst one night last •week and they are now utterly without fire protection. How would it be for us to invite them to telegraph for our engine in case of needV—Liver- more Gazette. As the KKPUBLICAH has observed before it is necessary to read the outside papers in order to keep posted on tbe »e^s of Algona. YOU »ay cough and cough, an<J cough, ajwjcojjgkiimi cough but you if TOM tftke De Witt's £<?«#* and the association adjourned for the reception given by the Normal School! faculty. The second business session) was called to order at 8:30 Friday morning arid reports received from the coniBrittee on county printing and the committee on buying supplies. A paper on the subjeet u Comtesy in Journalism'' was to have been read by Editor Anderson of the llolfe Argus, but lie was not present, Emmetsburg was selected as the location for the summer meeting and all the old officers were re-elected. A committee of one from each county was appointed to perfect plans for a more thorough organization. It is the inteation to organize county associations, subsidiary to the district asso- tion. At 2 p. m. carriages were secured and the editors taken for a drive around town. At 4 p. m. an adjourned business session was held and the following resolution introduced and adopted: To the Iowa members ol congress. The Upper Des Moiues Editorial Association lu convention here assembled respectfully request that you use your best efforts to secure what is known as tbe Scott bill, regulating toe printing of return carets 00 envelopes. Bectetary of State MoFarland arrived from Des Moines at 3:30 to take part ia the evening program. It was a disappointment to eY$Fyfro4y that Hon. Lafe Young, editor of the person need fear dunger- o'us consequences-from, an attack of la grippe if prope-rly treated. It is much the same as a severe cold and requires precisely the same treatment. Remain quietly at hoaae and take Chamberlain's Cough Remedy as directed for a severe cold and a prompt and complete recovery is sure to follow. This remedy also eounteractaany tendency of la grippe to FOUND: In front of the REPUBLICAN; office a silk neck scarf. Owner can recover same by proving proporty and\ paying for this notice.' C. WL Palmer,, lit Deacon Bailey's. No. 1 Snow Flake- flour per sack $1.20* PATTERSON; BROS. result in pneumonia. Among the many tuousands-who have used it during the epidemics of the pust two years we have yet to-learn of a stogie case that has not recovered or that has resulted in pneu monia. 25 and 50 eent bottles for sale by Dr. L. A. Sheet*. "Pit, Pat! you should never hit a man, when he is down." "Begorra! what did 1 work so hard to get him down for?" Our experience covers many ills, many pi)ls and many bills. Our ills are smaller our pills are smaller and our bills are smaller when we use De Witts Little Early Risers, Dr. L. A. Sheetz. itoiftes Capital, |&£ was tp deliver tlw| &e*WMiws failed Lawyer (sharply)—"How is it that you know this watch has been in your family thirty years and yet cannot remember your age?" Witness (slyly)—"Oh, sir, the watch has kept time; I have not." You don't want a torpid liver. You don't want a bad complexion. You don't want a bad breath. You don't want a headache. Then use De Witt's Little Early Risers, the famous little pills. Dr. L. A, Sheets. Hurrah for the FurjuerH, Something they all peed. The Excelsior Windmill Attachment and Feed Grinder, <»» be attached to any wind will and Is guarantee d to do the work of any feed grinder. Sample of the graders may be eeen at Matt Richardepn'a ware bouse m State street. Come in aad eee ill, Every ffu^ioe 8014 is guaranteed to "Oh! how dreadfully yellovaand greasy my face is getting/' Say do you know this is all caused, by a disordered lives, and that your skim can be changed froca a dark greasy yellow to a, transparent white by the us® of Beggs' B3ood Purifier, aud Blood Maker? Every, bottle anteed by F. W. Dingley. Bronze Tui&eys for safe. Very large size, at sections 14t-8.7-31. Co und see us 09-write us. D. A. BECK 16-17. IJ&rsythe, Iowa, I'UUUO SALK. The uno»rsigned wUl sell at publi auction at his place o»o-half mile eas't, and two miles south o^Burt on Taursda Feb. 1U1893 commeraeing at 10:80 the following prop&rty to wit. head ol horses. On» four year old 1 mare, two work noises, one horse coming lyr. old. Eighteen head of cat' Tea- milcli cows, eight calves coming o year old. MisceDaneous articles: 0, hay rake, one J. 1 Case Sulky Plow,.or] m&wing machint, one pair bob sleds, on sleigh, wagon aad harness etc etc, WU| also sell household goods. 'Terms Bale: Sums uader $10 cash over pftmA M fB.P j WT : , *?A •m mouths time »t 8 per ceni with approve^ eecucity. 6 per cent off for cash. 7 BY»OJH HopasoH. D. A. HAGGARD, Wlutev l&cursiou» to Wavii Excursion tickets to Mexico, Calif or Qeorgi, North Carolina, Florida, tUfi ( CoaBt, Texas, Hot Springe of Arta»] and Evcelsior Springs of Missouri, on sale by agents of the Chicago, waukee «fc St. Paul railway. 4 ' rates and other information Io est agent, or address Qeo- H. . ... 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