The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa on December 3, 1890 · Page 5
Get access to this page with a Free Trial

The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa · Page 5

Algona, Iowa
Issue Date:
Wednesday, December 3, 1890
Page 5
Start Free Trial

THE tfPPEK PM8 MOtKESi ALGONA, IOWA, WEDNESDAY, DEO. 3, 1890. fiec. i.—Win. Guespie Was 2*hursday to a lady from frew Mr. Gilespte is ah old resident here fend ft farmer. * Mtt. AfteftWmey is sicfc at present, the cause not learned. tfhere Was a big attendance at tho ball last Friday night, over 60 numbers being sold, and a good time reported. Henry Kitts of Kenwick was in town iWday. fiyron Brink of Luni was in town today. Frank Stewart of Bancroft was in town today, He was on his way to Fort Dodge. Chas. Wilson a nephew of W, A. Patterson who lives at Kalo, Slindayed With Mr. Patterson. John Ehurston and Wife went to the hub Saturday. D. A. Duitman put in a carload of flour Saturday. The Library society will give an entertainment at the hall on Dec. 6, for a small fee. Come out all and give them a lift. Joe Winter of Lake Field, Minn., is hero Visiting with F. H. Fatten. There came very near being a fire in town Tuesday. Mr. Quick's little children got hold of some matches and went out to the barn and set a small stack of straw on fire, but it was discovered in time to avoid any damage. There was a dance at Lee Tranger's five miles south of town. All had a good time. Mrs. Jas. Reed of Irvlngton was in town Wednesday. John Devlne started out Thursday with his now steam hay press to try it. F. H. Patton went to Goldfleld to spend Thanksgiving with Mr. and Mrs. H. R. Smith. The churches were all open Thursday for services, and'a large crowd was in town. B. F. Grose and wife of Bancroft spent Thanksgiving at B. A. Lovell's. The News office has a new typo setter this week. Wm. Dingier, who has been working for John Brown north of town for the past season, has gone to his home at Faribault, Minn. It is reported that the VanVost bigamy case is settled. Wlilttemore. WHITTEMORE, Dec. 1.—Miss Delia Whitehorn and the Misses Newman spent Friday and Saturday in Algona. Drs. McDonald and Gammon of the Sioux City Surgical and Medical institution are stopping at the Grand Central a few days. Dr. Ingram, a clairvoyant and magnetic healer of St. Joe, Missouri, was in town on Tuesday and Friday treating patients. Mrs. Ridgway and baby arrived Saturday. Miss Bird Hotelling will teach in Worden district this winter. This is her first term, but we predict good work in her school. S. H. Carlisle is very sick. Geo. Boyle and Willie Archer left for Chicago Friday. Guy Farley made'a flying trip to Emmetsburg Tuesday with a car load of hogs. Miss Mamie Booth has gone to Spring"'field, Wis., to spend the winter. The Misses Newman will attend school at West Bend this winter. Whittemoro is to have a barber. Er, Potter of Algona was jfj town on Friday. There was a party at the Grand Cential Thanksgiving evening. Miss Bertha Goatsch entertained a few of her friends Thursday evening. shown In Algonfc. 1 have an elegaht line of albums, toilet cases, work boxes, fete. Alt) a eofttplete line of toys, novelties, bttoks, itt fact I will be headquarters for all Xinas gifts. I Will be ready for business about Dec. 5. Call and see iny line befofe buying, 86tf E. C. FRENCH. f 0, OtffiB OfflJOittd The Slottx City Surgical and Medical IttBtitue, dOO Fourth St» Established for the purpose of curing chronic and Surgical diseases and deformf ties; is equipped with a full staff of physicians nnd surgeons of the highest standing. Patients from all parts of the country are treated by correspondence. Advanced cases treated at the institute and furnished board and every care and attention. Deformities a specialty. Many cases of cross eyes, club feeVcurvature of spine, etc., entirely cured. Testimonials furnished upon application. Two of the physicians of the institure will be at the Hotel Tennant on Friday, Nov. 28, and remain ten days or two weeks, taking orders for braces and deformity apparatus, etc. Consultation free. Call at the Tennant hotel, or write to the institute, at No. 409 Fourth street, Sioux City, Iowa. 8513 FLAX fiber ware, every piece warranted at J. W. Robinson*s.-3Gt2 tHfe VANDERBILT CHILDREN. and Syi- SCHEDULE OF OOUffTY BILLS, [Concluded from last week,"] COUNTY FUND. Albert Jacobson, judge Seneca $ 3 50 Chas O Fish, same 350 Wm Ormlston, ahme. 3 50 E W VanDorston, clerk 350 A WWells, same 350 0 A Erriokson, judge Swea 350 J A Hall, same 350 John Dundar, samo 3 50 C E Bravendar, clerk 350 Chas A Molinder, same ;. 3 50 H H Bailey, judge Whlttemore 3 50 JASlmpson, same 350 H Kllngelhoffor, samo 3 50 H P Hatch, clerk '. 350 John Bennet, same 3 50 Geo W Eddy, judge Wesley 4 00 QWard, game 400 PESkow, same 400 HOHollcnbeck, clerk 400 OBrisboner, same 400 A Jacobson. trustee, Seneca, and ro- turningnoll book 0 10 C A Errickson, trustee Swea, and returning poll book 10 00 A H Nafus, trustee Hurt, and returning poll book 7 700 ORickard, trustee Cresco, and return- Ing poll book 750 Cyrus Bravender, clerk Swea 400 HO Hollenbeck, same Wesley 4 00 P E Johnson, same German, claimed $18, allowed 1200 Jacob Altwegg, clerk Plum Creek 10 00 L J Newell, same Fenton 3 00 J W Bates, same Irvlngton 6 00 W F Jenklnson, same Union 400 Silas Roup, same Lotts Creek 500 Paul Donveller, same Garfleld 350 Stephen Nicholson, same Burt 7 50 Martin Bonstetter, trustee Garfleld and returning poll book 5 50 D D Dodge, clerk Shermuu and return- Ing poll" L AjHange, clerk Hebron and return- JH book 12 80 e, clerk Hebron and return- book 13 80 Ingpol Merrifleld, clerk Ramsay and re' Bancroft. BANCKOPT, Dec. 1.—Mr. Wolf of Algona was in town this week with Christmas books. Rev. Richte of Bagler, Iowa, is in town looking after his interests here. M. Stephens, our sheriff, was in town Saturday. John Swanson is here visiting friends. Eichelbarger & Juman are putting an engine in their blacksmith shop. Some new sidewalks are being built and crossings raised. The Baptists have a fine new horn in their choir. Prof. Anderson plays it. This is fine fall weather. Strangers are numerous on our streets. There is some talk of forming a lyceum or reading circle. There is a good attendance at school. The Thanksgiving services were well attended. fair Swoa. SWEA, Deo. 1:-—We have had very •; we have had no snow sb'fdi 1 , Sister Attd&l'soii closed her meetings Sunday evening in the Baptist church and to'cfe farewell of a large number of ladies '&& gentlemen Who Were newly conWrfecl) Vtod may God help them to press 'ttte'ir Way onward that they may live 'nearer and nearer Do'the Savior. Sister Anderson's waiitf Mends are sorry 'to see John Airfterson V»*t, to Bancroft last Sat urday tb'geta loffci of coal, and the wagon Went wer his Jog, and he had a narrow es- 'cajje from «&»ug a limb. For Sale, FuU-blootl Poland China boars, flt for 'service, at $8, if taken by Dec. 15. 35t2 JJ3, JONES. Corn, I am paying the highest market price for corn, on my farm a mile east of Algo»a.-33 c, L. LUND. Millinery, JJoeJeryj and Notions, All the latest styles in millinery goods; also a new stock of hosiery, dolls and potions. E. REEVE & Go, There's No Use Denying the Truth. Bllert's Extract of Tar and Wild Chewy tot Coughs and Colds. It cures them, Pr. Jaques' German Worm Cakes destroy and remove worms from the system. Dr. WincheU's Teething Syrup Is the best for general ailments of children; All druggists. Happy Home Blood Purifier and Heaith'T Jo puriftea the blood and m^ke home h.ap'py. "tr»ole Sam's Condition Powders and io Sam's Nerve »nd Bone fctwlment-thefl? great mediolftes are soW *y $U druggists- JJpU*»y -Goods J have r ented. tfee &&* Pf the poetOfftce «R4 W large* sto|k « next floor - 0 30 D Marty7damage on road No 347...... 30 00 F S Shoemachar, same 10 00 D R Jackman, same 10 00 Henry Belln, same 1000 Mary C L Fisher, same 0000 J Luchsinger, same 80 00 WmBallwork, same 1000 IiE Jones, same 10 00 CM Reed, same ; ... 10 00 C W Slagie, same 10 00 John A Heistland, same 10 00 D A Wallace, appraiser on same 420 T D Stacy, same 4 so W C Hart, same 4 20 Jacob Heln, damage on road No 348... 1400 EmilRau, same 2100 Conrad Hagen, same 14 00 LO Quam, same 21 00 GAMcArthur, same 1400 George D McArthur, same 14 00 Mary E Dean, same 1400 S E Hart and C Pitcher, same 14 00 Frank A Arnold, same 1400 R J Underdahl, samo 14 00 W N Richardson, same 14 00 H L Baldwin, same 14 00 R A Richardson, same 1400 August Stoltz, same 14 00 Ernest B won, appraiser on same 220 EPKelth, same,, 320 F H Paine, same 220 V W Hancock, damage on road No 340 3 75 IsaacFry, same 1000 J J Dixwell, same 5 00 J M VanAsdel, same 0 25 M AHurlburt, same 25 00 N E Bnsdburn, same 1200 Wm DeFord, same 10 00 John W Lutz, same 1000 NS James, same 500 E P Keith, appraiser on road No 340.. 3 20 Frank H Paine, same 320 Ernest Bacon, same 3 20 POOR FUND. J R I<aird, coffin and digging grave for Poor 1000 JR Jones, goods for poor house 25 25 L Mausinith, herding county cattle 18 40 E J Palmer, taking care of sick at poor farm, claimed $50, allowed 1500 D A Buell. committee work, mileage... 8 05 T C Walton, boarding poor, claimed $10. 75, allowed 15 75 James Burr, medical attendance on poor, claimedS70, allowed 3050 James Barr, medical attendance on poor, claimed $30,50, allowed 15 75 F S Stough, goods for poor farm 13 05 W E H Morse, medical attendance on Colby boy 750 Bailey Bros, goods for poor 3 00 L A Sheetz, drugs for poor 4 25 Bailey Bros, goods for poor 201 G M Howard, goods for poor f win 7 oo John G Smith, goods for poor farm.... 30 70 E J Gilmore, goods for poor 0 50 Frank Winkel, meat for poor farm.... 15 32 J H Queal, lumber for poor farm 1 40 Carter & Wolcott, groceries, poor farm S 90 J H Queal & Co, lumber for poor farm. 0 CO J , al " e s Starr, care o insane person w 9 Hodgson, samo ,, .t i->-,n tl %IDGE TUND. NaMiilj BVfts & Winkle, hauling... P'Au&ttrt, repairing Greenwood brlc A*6 Cftrfefttlly tewatleAlir Tralntd. Although all thd tnembers of the Vanderbilt family entertain on a magnificent Scale they never permit their children to remain tip late at bight, are extremely careful in their education, and, in a word, are fitting them fot life as tvell as any mother ot father could do, It is one of the rules in all the houses of the Vanderbilts that the children shall go to bed early and rise early. The little boys and girls are tip before 7 o'clock in the morning. Their nurses immediately take charge of them, see that they are properly bathed and dressed, and then they go down to breakfast, which is served at half^past 7 o'clock It is an unpretentious meal, with plenty of fresh milk, eggs, oatmeal and a bit of steak or a chop that Will add strength to their physique and color to their cheeks. After breakfast there is an hour of study. There is something for these little ones to do at all times during the day. They go through their studies systematically, and then, about half-past 0, are taken out for a walk. They are allowed to romp in the streets and in the parks to their hearts' content. At 11 o'clock they are brought home, and a light luncheon of milk and bread is served, after which there are more studies— either French, German or drawing — and then another breathing spell; it may be horseback riding, or a drive out through the park and along the country road. Back they all come about 4 o'clock, and there is another hour of study, and then the}' are through for the day. They are allowed to do just as they please until tea time, when after their meal they spend a pleasant hour or so with their fathers and mothers and others who may drop in to call. Promptly at 8 o'clock they are all in bed to sleep soundly, and get up the next morning to go through the same programme. So it is not strange that all the children of the Vanderbilt family are further in advance of their little friends in the matter of education. For they study, study, study all the time. They are all fond of music and most of them can play on the piano. The girls are learning to play on the harp, and the boys are famous among their friends as violinists and banjo players. If you were to see these children oji the street you would not for a moment suspect that they were other than children of parents in ordinary circumstances. They make no display at elaborate dress. The eldest of Cornelius Vanderbilt's daughters is dressed plainly in little, pretty, cheap dresses without any braid or ornamentation. She wears snug fitting cloth jackets.and the little cap that sits gracefully on her head could be duplicated for a couple of dollars. — Cor. Ladies' Home Journal. English Spnvln Liniment Removes all hard, soft, or calloused lumps and blemishes froin horses, bldod spavin, curbs, splints, sweeney, ring bone, stifles, sprains, ail swollen throats, etc. SavelfiO by use of one bottle; warranted. The ftost wonderful Wem • Ish cure ever known. Sold by L. A. Shfeetz. Itch cured In SO minutes by Woolford's Sanl tary Lotion. Sold by L. A. Sheetz. USE " patent whole-wheat" flour and you will have no other. J. J. Wil- son.-MtS Miles' Nerve nml Liver fills Act on a new principle—regulating the liver, stomach, add bowels through the nerves. A new dls- tovery. Dr. Miles' Pills speedily cure biliousness, bad taste, torpid liver, piles, constipation. Dn- equaled for men, women,- and children. Smallest, mildest, surest! Fifty doses 25 cents, samples free at F. W. Dlngley's drug store. NORTHERN IOWA Normal School, ALGONA, IOWA. F for le fiirb! Between now and Jan. i, 1891, any size Platter (j. G. Mekin's ironstone china) will be sold at a 20 per cent, discount at the CASH STORE. We also have a large assortment of Lamps and Chamber Sets. Call and get our prices before you buy, UtesT We are paying 18 cents'for Eggs. The place for thorough drill in all common branches. The place to prepare for teaching. The place to prepare for college. The place to pursue advanced studies in Mathematics, Science and Language. The place for practical work in Commercial Branches. Note our prices on a few items All kinds of $c Yeast for 03 Axle Grease per box 06 Gloss Starch per pound 05 Soda per pkg 05 Lewis Lye per box 10 Clothes Pins per doz ol The place to study mental and Vocal. Music, Instru- Winter Term begins Dec. 30,1890. P. D. DODGE, A. M., Principal. H. B. M'COLLUM, A. B., Associate Principal. l»h*tts Johnson, work on grades. J Jl Morritteld, repairing bridi iridge 150 175 875 1300 GH Peters, committee work and re- 200 pairing bridges 26 14 H H Mcohane, work on grade 500 H Austin, grading river bridge 133 00 G M Howard, hardware for bridges.... 27 85 C F Brooks, bolts for bridges 3820 J A Hamilton, plauk for bridges 131 95 D A Buell, 10 days committee work.... 35 58 H Austin, repairing Mann bridge 12 00 Alpheus Johnson, grading for bridges. 51 00 Perry Wllklus, work.on bridge 000 Thos Henderson, work on bridge 12 00 G W Henderson, work on bridge 0 00 2 Roberts, lumber for bridges 24 05 J H Queal & Co, lumber for bridges.... 802 38 Same 0440 Duraut Bros, paint for bridges 0 75 John Paul, lumber for bridges 8 45 J. B. HOPIUS, Auditor, Heiiwrkalilo Resctic> Mrs. Michael Curtain, Plalnlleld, }ll^ 'makes the statement that she eaugbt cold, vvulbh settled ou her lungs; she wits treated for ft month by her family physician, but erew worse, lie told her she was a hopeless victim of consumption and that no medloliie could cure her. Her druggist suggested Pr. King's Mew Discovery lor Consumption; she bought a bottle, and to her delight found herself benelttted from first dose. She continued Us use, ana after taklug ten bottles found herself sound and well, now does her own housework and laas well *« she wer was. Free trial bottles of this Brest -Discovery lit Dr. Sheetz 1 drug stofo. .2 • Happy Hosiers. lriwnons, postmaster of Wavllle. toil., writes; "Electric Bitters IMS clone more foT%ie tuun'OHeWier medicines combined lor thatfbad feeling Wising from kidney and liver trouble." John 'Leslie, farmer and stockman of sameiplace, euysi " Find Electric Bitters to be the best kidney »no>llyer medicine; It made »e leellltteanew man." J. W, Gardner, hardware merchant, same town, says; "Electric Bitters 1« just HMHthlng i for n man who Is all run down anddon'tcilre whether He lives or dies.'' He found new appetite, and feHJust like he haa a Mi life. Only goo » bottle at Dr. Sh?e(»v Buokleii's Arnica SolVo. The best salve In the world for 1 'cuts, bruises, ' OViVOi UlvvlQi O(llv AUvUlUf ICiUi Q-VtvOi WvWKt Vvn%" bluljis, obupped bunds, corns, and *H eljls eruptions, and positively curesi plles.'pr no pay to re- ^ulred, inaguurauteeij toglyej»ffect si*tisf.uc- A Condemned Man's Norvo. One of tho coolest and most deliberate attempts at suicide recorded is that of Benjamin Hunter, the murderer of John Armstrong, in Camden, N. J., in 1879. Hunter was confined in tho "murderers' cage" in the county jail under charge of the death watch. Ho complained of chilliness one night, and was permitted to wrap his lower extremities in a blanket. He had previously torn off the rim of his tin cup with his teeth, and had it concealed in his trousers pocket. Talking on commonplace topics to his guard, Hunter secretly took the jagged strip of tin from his pocket, and, concealing his movements with the blanket, began cutting into an artery in his left leg, The blood spurted out in jets, and the flow was concealed by Hunter spreading the blanket out like a skirt. He became so weak that he was unable to continue the conversation, and the guard's suspicions were aroused. He made an examination, and found that the murderer was bleeding to death. Physicians were summoned, a ligature was applied and Hunter's life was saved. Ho was afterward hanged, and it was pretty generally believed that he was dead from fright and sedatives before the cord tightened around his neck.— New York Press. Julian Hawthorne. Julian Hawthorne stands six feet high, and looks like a short haired, modernized edition of liis father, who wrote "The Scarlet Letter." He is a broad shouldered, genial mannered man, with a penchant for yachting in a blue pea jacket. Ho lives at Sag Harbor, ijj a brother-in-law of Georgo Parsons ta- throp and the father of a large family. Withal he is only four-and-forty, and he has studied civil engineering at Dresden and written novels in the south of Ireland, Harvard is responsible for his education, and he is a point blank re'fu- tation of the theory that the sons t^ great men are generally nobodie's.-^ES:- change, KfrathCoiiyBank ALGONA, IOWA. Capital, .... 8SO.OOO. Incorporated under general laws of Iowa. Deposits received, money loaned, foreign and domestic exchange bought and sold. Collections made promptly and a general banking business transacted. Passage tickets to or from the old countries sold at lowest rates. W. H. INGHAM, President, J. B. .10NES, Vice President, LEWIS H. SMITH, Cashier. Dlrectors-W. H. Inghum, Jno. G. Smith, J. B, Remember We are Agents for Rock Salt, [Eip If we can fit you with a pair of Shoes or Boots, we will sell them cheap. Come and see us. TOWNSEND & LANG-DON. 0,000 Turkeys First national Bant OP ALGONA, IOWA. Capital, • • $6O,OOO Special Attention Paid to Collections. Wanted. , . DIRECTORS. fA m & r ,?. s , e A - Ca «., D. H. Hutchlns, J. C. Black r? £' Ph i U R Dorw eller, Wm. K. Ferguson. Geo. C. Call, C. B. HutohlQs, OFWCERS. AHBHOBK A. CALL, D. H. HUTOHINS, President. Vice President. J. C. BLAOKFOUD, Cashier. Money always on hand to loan at reasonable rates to parties who can furnish first class security. Do net sell or contract your Twrlceys to parties traveling through the country until you have seen us and obtained, our -prices. BOARDMAN BROS, FAST MAIL LINE with electric lighted and steam heated vestlbuled trains between Chicago, Milwaukee, St. Paul, and Minneapolis. TttANS-CONTINENTAL ROUTE with electric lighted and steam heated vestibuled trains between Chicago and Council Bluffs, Omaha, or St. Paul and tho Pacific coast. GREAT NATIONAL ROUTE between Chicago, Kansas City, and St. Joseph, Mo. 5700 MILES OP ROAD reaching all principal points in Illinois, Wisconsin, Minnesota; Iowa, Missouri, South and North Dakota. For maps, time tables, rates of passage and freight, etc., apply to tho nearest station agent of the Chicago, Milwaukee & St. Paul railway, or to any railway agent anywhere In the world. A. V. H. CARPENTER, General Passenger and Ticket Agent. ROSWELL MILLER, General Manager. J3?"For information in reference to lands and towns owned by tho Chicago, Milwaukee & St. Paul Railway company, write to H. G. Haugen, land commissioner, Chicago, 111. BANCROFT, IOWA. B. M. Richmond, Pres. B. R. Richmond, V. P. A. B. Richmond, Cashier. Transacts a general banking business. Collections a specialty. Money transferred to all ports of the United States and Europe at low rates. Tickets to and from the old country for sale. Taxes paid for both residents and non-residents. Abstract of title furnished on the same day applied for, R. M. RICHMOND, REAL ESTATE DEALER, Loan and Insurance Ag't and. Notary Public, 60,000 acres of prairie lands and Improved farms for sale or rent. Village property for sale or rent. Now Is the time to secure you a home before the three prospective railroads are built, which will advance the price of land beyond the reach of the average home-seeker, COMMERCIAL HOUSE, Bancroft, Iowa, R. M. Richmond, proprietor. First class house. Satisfaction guaranteed^ Special attention given the traveling public. 10,000 PROFESSIONAL DIRECTORY. *^-^^^* > k-^^^^-'^-'^-^'^^'^^^^^j^.^>^^^^»^^^.^^^^«v rf ^ - ^^ x ^_^ v ^ v ^«^ GEO. E. CLARKE, ATTORNEY AT LAW. Office over First National bauk, Algona, la. W. B. QUARTON, ATTORNEY AT LAW. Over Kossuth County bank, Algona, Iowa. „_ THE CHICAGO AND NORTH-WESTERN RAILWAY Affords unrivaled facilities for transit between the most important cities and towns in Illinois Iowa, Wisconsin, Northern Michigan, Minnesota, North and South Dakota, Nebraska; and Wyoming. The train service is carefully ad- Justed to meet the requirements of through and local travel, and includes FAST VESTIBULED TRAINS of dining cars, sleeping cars, and day coaches, running solid between Chicago and ST. PAUL, MINNEAPOLIS, COUNCIL BLUFl'S, OMAHA, AND DENVER. Pullman and 'Wagner Sleepers -,,, •v Chicago to Sail Francisco, Chicago to Portland, Oregon, without change. DOU YOU WANT TH33 BllstaUea In "bid you ever notice,"'Baia'4 newspa* per man the othev. da^;, tVi fthat strange mistakes writers Jvill 'Sometimes make? Why, iv day or t^ij ; Kgo in one paper a column was devoted to a discussion of the seal fisheriefe 'question, in which Sir Julian PaUttcefo'te was repeatedly called Sir John PaWncef ote. Was it ignorance or temporary aberration, or what? Probably ''what. There is an. old story of the 'we perfect book ever printed, after 'almost infinite pains had been taken to make it typographically cor- *ect. When it was finished the word ''book' was found on the first page print- 'ed with three o's."— New York Tribune. • The Queen's EngJishrnanHl say, ye knaw, what's the bookage to Boston? Railroad Ticket Clerk— The whatage? Englishman— The bookage, ye knaw— the tariff. Wha,t's th' tariff? Ticket Clerk—} haven't time to talk politics.— New Yorl? Weekly, frowning had a marvelous memory, He always could tell tb« exact place of any quotation or fragment of quotation referred to him, an4 wssvesed greatly Whenever be heaj4 his <jwj» lin,6g HP/}, Most 'surely you do if you have need for any at Ml. Then remember that yon can find them at the Upper Des Moines Office, WE KEEP ON HAND Chattel Mortgages, (Short Form, best In use,) Farm and Town Leases, Warranty Deeds, Trial Notices, Grass Leases, Holes, etc,, For sale In any quantity ijestt-ed. Blanks not in stock will be made to draer'Ut short notice and correct prices. E. H. CLARKE, ATTORNEY AT LAW. Collection agent. Over Kossuth Co. bank. DANSON BROS., ATTORNEYS AT LAW. Loans and collections. Over Frank Bros. S. S. SESSIONS, ATTORNEY AT LAW. Prompt collections. Money to loan on chattel security. Over Chrlscnilles 1 store. • B. Fv REED, ATTORNEY AT LAW. Office over the postofflce, Algona, Iowa, L, K. GARFIELD, M. P., PHYSICIAN AND SURGEON. Offlce.State st., one door east of Cordingley. Residence, McGregor St., east of the public school building. COLONIST SLEEPERS Chicago to Portland, Ore., and San Francisco. Free Reclining Chair Cars from Chicago to Denver, via Council B. and Omaha. For time of trains, tickets, and all Information, apply to station agents of tho Chicago & Northwestern railway, or to the general passenger agent at Chicago. AV. A. THRALL, General Passenger and Ticket Agent. J. JI._AVH1TMAN, AV. P. NEWMAN, Third Vice-pres. Gen'l Manager, H. C. MeCOY, M. D., PHYSICIAN ANV SURGEON, Special attention to city practice. TAX SALJ: NOTICE, To John Grlens Vo^u 'are hereby notified that on the 5th day of December, 1887, the treasurer of Kossiith'c'qunty, Iowa, at a tax sale held at the court house in Algona, In said county, sold the following described real estate, situated in; said county, to A. D. Clarke for the delinquent; taxes thereon, vie: The northeast quarter of Section Twelve In Town- of has bee»;.dul; - -„ _ ,edto the undersigned, who Is the/owner anf holder thereof! anCthat tfee right qf redemption will expire ajod. a deed be 'signed by tbe treasurer of said county conveying said premises to the undersigned in pursuance of the statute In such oases made and provided, unless redemption from such e Ipe wade within ninety days f rpjn the completed aervlee of this notice. * Algona,, Iowa.» MORSE & PRIDE, PHYSICIANS AND SURGEONS. Office east of Rttherford house, Algona, Iowa. G. T. WEST, M. D., PHYSICIAN AND SURGEON. Next door to J. G. Smith's store, Algona, la. J. E. HILL, M. D., PHYSICIAN AND SURGEON, Wesley, Iowa. Day and night calls attended to with promtness. T. J. FELLING, M. p., PHYSfOIAK AND SUR.GHQN. Consultation in English and German, Office and residence over H. Goetsoli's store, Whitteniore, lowo. It has permanently cured of cases pronounced by doctor^ hopp* loss, If you Jiuve premonitory symptoms, snoli us CoiiKh, DittleuHy of Breathing, A.c,,, don't Uoln.y, Imt use I'LSO'S OU1U3 FOH CONSUMPTION immediately, By Dnigyisia. t',3 cejita, O, X/S73ST3P, Algona, Iowa. Lands bought and sold on oomi , -. mission. Special attention given to care and. sale. > of real estate In Kossuth and uajoiolng opi tor non-residents. igenUor thejeema T ance company, of Freeport, m. Passage $ and from the 914 countries sold at lowest r. BRONSQN,

What members have found on this page

Get access to

  • The largest online newspaper archive
  • 8,900+ newspapers from the 1700s–2000s
  • Millions of additional pages added every month

Try it free