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Algona, Iowa
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Wednesday, February 25, 1891
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THE UPPER DEB HOINES, ALGONA, IOWA, WEDNESDAY, MlBRTJARlT 25 V 1891. TttU \TT?WQ Hi 1 TUT* 1 PAttAPPY are to (?o for an organ for tho public school. lilr.1 ilJiVYO IT 1J1J!/ tA/UrU.1 U-orn out and give them a good house and Elghmy and Kev. town Fob. 81.— Kev. preached nt Britt on Sunday Snow filled tlio pulpit here. Mr. Cad well of FortDodgo was in Monday on business. Leonard Tannhill wont to his homo at Nashua, lown, Monday for a few days sojourn. C. H. Llchty'fl lltilo boy is qtiito sick nt present with n bad cold and fevor. A party of immigrants passed through town Wednesday on their way to West Bend to settle there. Jus. Clark wont to Livcrmoro Wednesday on business. Wornor Eggerth's now building is going up fast, and will bo a decided improvement for this part of town. Lu Verne to tho front this week. Two scraps in ono day. Boys, keep nway from do girls and give detn plenty of room, John Callauson, who has been visiting with Ilia puronts at Wilton Junction for tlio past few vvcolts, arrived here today with his father, who recently purchased n farm hero. J. H. Miller is having an addition built on to his implement house to make room for spring stock, Ed Martin, from ncnrUonwiuk, is visiting with his HixtcT Mrs. H. W. Brink for a few days. Miss Merlti Hultorflold of-Waterloo is visiting at It. W. Manna's nt present. Jas. Clark and O. W. Simmons took In tho sights at Uio hub ono day this week, L B. F. Hurtle bought u car loud of lino .cattlo of Mr, Walters Bouth of Llvormoro aud shipped thorn to Chicago Saturday, Loroy Barton shipped ono cur of Block this week. W. L. Nlvor toolc In 22 cars of grain this week and loaded six curs on Saturday. How is that for high? Goo. Buttorllold & Bros, of Waterloo arrived horo Saturday; they are gohiR to run a farm hero this season. Portland. Poim,ANi), Fob. 28.—There will bo a necktie social at Mrs.. Henry Bartlott's noxl Friday evening, Fob. 87. Tho little girls will sell popcorn and candy; tlio ladles will sorve cake and coffee as usual. Edwin Davison went to Amco Monday of this wook to take in llio examination preparatory to entering the agricultural college tho coming year. Ho will bo missed very much by tho young people of tho neighborhood. Some 2f> of thorn gave him u surprise party last Wednesday evening, and a pleasant time was reported. It looks us if co-operative creameries wore sure to work u complete change in tho dairy iutoromU of tlio northwest tho coining season, Tlio people of Buffalo Fork are talking of n creamery as if they meant business. If they decide to build one it will surely bo a success, A very pleasant surprise was perpetrated upon Mr. and Mrs. Frank Fowler last Saturday evening by Miss Uoso McNeil, It bo- ing his 40th birthday. Some 8fi of their old friends and neighbors mot at his homo by Miss McNeil's invitation and spent a delightful evening; one of Uio substantial surprises of tho evening was a lino chair which E. B, Eddy presented in tho iiiuno of tho company with appropriate remarks, which was responded to by Mr. and Mrs. Fowler in a manner that called forth somo pleasant jokes, Aftor partaking of a bountiful ro- pnst all departed fooling that such gatherings add n bright spot to this every day life of ours. Miss Clara Muthows came down from Seneca where she is teaching to spend Sun day with friends at Buffalo Forks. by so doing encourage tho children nnd help fill a long felt want. W68I6T. WKSt.r.r, Feb. 24.—-Our townspeople were very much surprised to hear H thunder BO loud Tuesday morning, and old weather prophets are speculating considerable. 9ome think all of our thunder showers are Ifoing to come from tho southeast tbe coming season. Well, what of It, 60 wo get all tho rain wo need and no more. S. Sturgen of Garner was in our town Monday nnd Tuesday of this \veok. Henry Turner has sold bis farm in section 23, Wcsloy township to Bon Benson. Tho papers were mado out Monday. Mr. Benson intends moving out of town to it this spring. Tlio price paid was $17.60 per acre. Nearly everybody of aiiy consequence or who has any style about them In Wesley is suffering with tho grippe. Monday, March 9, is the day for school election in tho independent district of Wcs- oy. No doubt there will bo plenty of candidates in the field, as tho office is a paying on u. 3. S. Gallagher is going to build a machine shed to store his machinery in. Ho ni'ormsus that he will handle more farm mplcmonts this season toon ever before. Tlio firm known us Kolloy, Hopkins & Wolf, agents and telegraph operators for ,ho C., M. & St. Paul Railroad company at this station, has dissolved, Messrs. Hop- tins and Wolf stopping down and out wlillo Mr. Kelloy still holds down tho ofllco. Tho .rains wore rather irregular for a few days on account of tho change, but since Burton ilafiwcll has boon assisting Mr. Kelloy everything has boon moving on with noat- icss and dispatch. It is plain to bo scon /hut Burton is a regular lightning sllngor. Gray Bros, shipped two car loads of fat cattlo from this station Monday night to iliicago. Farmers arc complaining thnt tho roads are In bad condition. If a person gets off ,ho traveled track tho least bit ho is sure ,o upsot. Mr. and Mrs. C. Brisbois are the. happy juronts of a littlo boy baby, its ago dating 'rom tho 23d. Mrs. P. Poison is quite sick at present. !t is thought she is suffering with cancer of tho stomach. Dr. McCoy of Algona is doctoring her at present. LawBon & Olson Bros, are filling their co house at present. They have their ice shipped from Clear Lake. •• There arc a couple of young men teach- ng school north of town whom wo should udgo, by tho way they can handle a cob pipe, that thoy could toach tho effect of larco tics on tho human system to porfec- ,ion, and from the way ono of them handled profane language wo should think his early training at homo was woefully neg- ecled. Wo will not mention any names, but perhaps If wo did it might have abettor oft'oct, Wo always like to speak well of .oaehers whenever it is so wo can, and wo relieve tho average school teacher should )o outwardly moral, as it is not alone book earning that tlio young should bo instructed n, but good morals us well. If ono of those young men will look in Webster and seo what lie says it takes to constitute u gentle nun, perhaps ho will readily soo that such anguugo docs not bocomo a toucher of our public schools, according to Sec. 1708 of tho school laws of Iowa. , I 1 'oft: "28.—Cnpt. iTounson was down from Swuu n Jew days lust wook. Ed. Mantor wont to his homo in Algoiia last Saturday and returned tho samo day. "VVm, DundiiM of Armstrong Grove had a runaway on his way homo from Bancroft cue day last wook. Wo did not learn how much damage was dono, Rev, Ward proaohed a doctrinal sonnon ou "Baptism" lust Sunday evening, which WjUB 1 enjoyed by those present. At the annual election of olllcors Tor the Baptist Sunday school, tho following persons were elected: It. N. Renfrew, superintendent, 0. L. Ostrandor, assistant, Fred. E. Anderson, secretary and treasurer, and ,r, W. Caao, chorister. Tlio school is in a prosperous condition. Next Monday comes tho election of six directors for tbo now independent district and wo would like to BOO men elected that, will keep up the high grade tlio school has 'maintained heretofore mid after a while liavo u high school in connection. By Uio way, tho Bancroft school has turned out more first class teachers limn any other school in the county except Algona, and wo would like to see her (Bancroft) keep tho honor. City election next Monday of one mayor, two councilman, and ono recorder. Tho delegates 1'rom Bancraft lodge I. O, O. T. to tho district lodge are instructed to i 30 all honorable means to secure the next i.istrlot mooting for this place, and they expect to bo able to got it hero because Bancroft lodge is tho largest in the district. Mrs. Robert Campbell has been visiting with friends in lown the past few days. Kev. L. A. CuiuuiingB preached u sermon ou Goo. Washington last Sunday morning, it being Washington's birthday. Those who attended say that il was the bust ever delivered horo on an historical subject. li. M. Richmond is expected homo tomorrow from Now York City. Our Domorost medal contest is to lake lilaeo before long. C. C. Chubb and C. W. Parker of Algona are visiting iu town today. Who is tho fellow that wenl to u dance the other night and brought homo what was left of a cutler under his armi There will bo a dime social at W. E. Jordan's tomorrow night. A. Hutuislon has a son who is a railroad luun visiting with him. Some of our boys were oul shooting Peprias today, and Axel Suudslrom broke 15 straight with his now $70 gun. The teachers and scholars are busy evenings practicing for an entertainment, which will come ofl about March 0. Tho proceeds THE QIT7 CONVENTION. Tlio HopubllcaiiH AVI11 Nominate oil Saturday, ITob. 38. A delegate convention of tho republicans of tho city of Algomi will bo hold nt court louse hall on Saturday evening, Fob, 28, it7:!!0 o'clock, for the purpose of placing in lamination candidates to 1111 tho offices of mayor, treasurer, assessor, and uity solicitor. The various wards will bo entitled to .•oprosontation as follows: First ward, •!; Second ward 5; Third ward, '!; Fourth ward, 4. J. W. WAIIHWOKTU, Chairman. IKlrst AY aril Caucus. The republican voters of the First ward will moot at the oflloo of S. S. Sessions on Thursday evening, Feb. 20, at 7 :!)0, for the purpose of placing iu nomination a eandi- lato for alderman, and also to select four delegates to tho pity convention. S. S. SKHSIONS, Commlttooman. Second. AYurd Onuuun. Tlio republican voters of tho Third ward will moot at Danson's ofllco on Friday oven- ing, Fob. 27, ut 7 o'clock, to nominate a candidate for alderman and to select five delegates to tho city convention, C. M. DOXBKH, Committoeman. Third AVarU Caucus, Nolico is hereby that a republican caucus for the Thiijd ward will bo hold at the uor- uiiil building, Saturday, Fob, 31, ut 7 :!!(>, F. UOKMOV, CoinuiUteomun. Vourth AVard Cnucuu. Tho republican voters of tho Fourth ward will meet at tho court house hall on Friday evening, Fob. 27, ut 7:!iU, to nominate a candidate for alderman aud to select four delegates to tho city convention. iQ. H. CI.AUKK, Committeeman. Notice of titty Klcctlon. Notk'.o is horoby yivon that Monday, March 2 next, is Uio time for holding 1 Uio oloction, Tho otlleorfi to bo u'.outod nro a mayor, a treasurer, u city Kolioitor, an assessor, and ono iildonnau for oa'jli of tho four wards in tlio city. ,1. I{. JONES, Mayor. Goon ljultor crackers only fii! a pound at W. F. Carter's. Kugltah Spavin Liniment lieninvcs all hard, soft, or calloused lumps or blemishes from horses, bhiod spavin, curbs, (splints, swuuney, ring bone, Htlllus, sprains, all swollen throats, otc. Save $50 by use of one bnttlu; win-runted. Tho most wonderful blemish cure ever known, Sold by Dr. Sheetz. Itch cured iu .'10 minutes by Wolford's Saul tury Lotion. Sold by Dr. Sheetz. Consumption Cured. An old physician, retired from practice, h»v ing had placed in his hands by an East India missionary the formula of u simple vegetable remedy for the speedy and permanent cure of consumption, bronchitis, catarrh, asthma, aud all throat and lung affections, also a positive and radical cure for nervous debility and all nervous complaints, after having tested its wonderful curative powers in thousands of cases, has felt It his duty to make It known to his suiToring fellows. Actuated by this motive and a desiro to relieve human suffering, I will , send Iree of charge, to all wno desire 'it, this recipe, in uermau, French, or English, with irections .for preparing and using. Sent ail by addressing with stamp, naming eS';N^'. A ' NOy0ii ' 8a0 POTr * w> BlwU ' BUTTER AND (MM,, HOW CHEESE CAN BEST BE PUT ON THE HOME MAftKEt. It Must Always Bo Born* in Mind That the Majority of American Consumers Want a Mild Ch«ese—They Will Have the Beat or None. According to a New York grocer the demand fot cheese is probably affected by the quality almost more than any other article of food. In this country it is ns yet a comparative luxury, although in Europe it is as much a staple as meat, consequently the majority of our people call for cheese only as the palate is pleased. The average American will eat ten pounds of choice cheese, where he would not eat one pound of poor cheese. From these facts it is evident that if the retailer would build up a good trade in cheese ho must have the very best tho market affords. It is very poor economy and detrimental to his trade to buy it when off in quality because it is one, two or three cents per pound cheaper. Owing to the improvement in the standard of cheese made in this country, our demand has increased very largely, as is shown by the fact that only a few years since only about 10 per cent, of our product was consumed at home, while 00 per cent, was exported. Then very few but "skims" were made west of Now York, While now a skim cheese is an exception even in tho west; and conditions are reversed, OB we export only about 10 per cent, of our product and consume at home 00 per cent., and this in the immense increase of production, Wisconsin alone producing from her 000,000, cows 40,000,000 pounds of iheese annually, and tills is comparatively a new industry in that state. Much cheese is lost or damaged by not being properly taken care of. In summer it should be kept in the coolest place possible, and so covered that flies cannot get at it; a tight cheese safe or refrigerator is best. No grocer should bo without ono or the other, for if covered with the box only or a cloth the fly is almost sure to get in. Once cut and exposed tho little skipper fly lays its eggs; they soon hatch and you have skipper cheeso. Tho average American is prejudiced against eating skippers with his cheese and crackers. Many people have a mistaken idea about swollen cheese, thinking that, as In a can of fruit, fermentation and de- soinposition have set in and it is spoiled. They could not be more mistaken; a cheese being swollen does not indicate that it is damaged in the least. The chemical action taking place in proc- sss of curing generates a gas; if subjected to a high temperature it forms faster than it can escape through the natural pores, thus causing it to swell, and if cut tho escaping gaa often gives an unpleasant odor. But if allowed to stand it will pass off, and in a few hours not a trace of it is to bo detected. Wo have been in factory curing rooms on warm days when half tho cheeses on the shelves were swollen, but the fac- toryuien did not for a moment consider them damaged, but turned them daily, aud if badly swollen ran a needle into them, thus giving tho gas a chance to escape, aud they got back into shape as BOOU as goolod off. We must cater to tho demands of consumers, the majority of whom want a mild cheese, while it is a positive fact that ii 1 well cured, sharp or tasty it is much more healthy and more easily digested; in fact, if very old it is an aid to digestion, aud is often recommended to the dyspeptic to be taken after a full meal.—Western Stockman. Notes. To present cheeso in perfection a grocer should not buy too much of it at a time, as it is apt to get hard and stale on his hands. Two weeks' supply at once ohould bo the limit, while ono week's is still better. Tho cheese is better kept iu the still, cool room of the maker than anywhere else till it is ready to be eaten. Kemomber this: It does not pay to food heavily a scrub cow for milk when you can got ono of a well known milk breed for a moderate price nowadays. The blooded milker eats no more than the profitless beast. Tho internal revenue receipts from oleomargarine had a steep fall in the past yotiv. Tho main reason is said to bo that real butter has been so cheap and plentiful. Another reason is that the dairy states have forced their legislatures to pass such stiff restrictive lawa that tho oleo article has almost been driven from tho market in some of them. A favorite law in some of the states is one compelling makers of oleomargarine to tint it a beautiful pink color. Tho Minnesota agricultural experiment station has found that by washing butter in the granular state with brine the full amount of salt is incorporated with the butter. Field and Farm asks its readers if it ever occurred to them that milking a cow without first wetting her teats will cause her milk to leak from the teats. Some lots of butter were shipped from Australia to London, and reached their destination when the butter was two months old. It was found to bo in good condition, and brought a fine price. Those who shipped it from Australia claim that it v/:>.g prepared by mixing with it eorno "preservative" along with tho salt, and this was what kept it in prime condition. What is this preservative, and is it any sort of poison, either cnn'ck or slow? If butter is kept sufficiently cold it will remain in good condition ;.u indefinite time. Dairy aud farui butter should be sold directly to consumers to be profitable. There are a few tolerably sure signs of a poor butter maker. He never is seen at dairy conventions or butter schools, and he never takes a paper. He iiiak«>B greasy butter in summer and "woo?:y" butter in winter. And you wouli be apt even to catch him smoking close to the milk and butter, How to Succeed. This Is the great problem of life which few sat- sfaotorlly solve. Some full because of poor health, others want of luck, but tho majority from deficient grit—want of nerve. They are nervous, rresolute, changeable, easily get the blues and ' take spirits down to keep the spirits up," thus vasting mrney, time, opportunity and nerve force. There is nothing like the Restorative Nervine, discovered by the great specialist, Dr. Miles, to cure all nervous diseases, as headache, the blues, nervous prostration, sleeplessness, neuralgia. St. Vltus dance, Ills, and hysteria. Trial bottles and fine book of testimonials free at F. W. Dlngley's drug store. 2 * Miles' Nerve and Liver Pills Act on a new principle—regulating the liver, stom- ich, and bowels through the nerves. A new dls cover;. Dr. Miles' Pills speedily cure biliousness- bad taste, torpid liver, plies, constipation, tin- equaled for men, women, and children. Smallest, mildest, surest! Fifty doses 25 cents. Samples free at P. W. Dlngley's drug store. TOPICS Of TSDB TIME How ft Printer Was Ctired Of a Coiiglf; i have a cousin who Is & printer, says E*Mayor J. B. Loughf an of North Ties Moines, Iowa. Some years ago he was employed In this city where they were printing circulars for Chamberlain. He had a deep seated cold and terrible cough, and while setting up copy he made up his mind to buy a bottle. It cured him and that Was the flrst I ever knew of Chamberlain's Cough Remedy. I have been strongly In Its favor ever since. My own experience and that of my family convinces me that this remedy is the best in the world. That may be strong language bat that is what I think. For sale by F. W. Dlngley. True Merit Is Appreciated. Several years ago Chamberlain & Co., of Des Moines, Iowa, commenced the manufacture of coiigh syrup, believing It to be the most prompt and reliable preparation yet produced tor coughs, colds and croup j that the public appreciate true merit, and in time It was certain to become popular. Their most sanguine hopes have been more than realized. Over three hundred thous&iiu bottles of Chamberlain's Cough Remedy are now sold each year, and it is recognized as " the best made," where over known. It will cure a severe cold in less lime than any other treatment. For sale by F. W. Dlngley. There Is No Danger of a cold resulting in pneumonia when Chamberlain's Cough Remedy Is used as directed " for a severe cold." It effectually counteracts and arrests any tendenco of a cold to result In pneumonia. This fact was fully proven In thousands of cases during the epidemic of Influenza last winter. For sale by F. W. Dingloy. • CHOICE oningos 20c pel- dozen at W. F. Curler's. Notice of Dissolution. Notice is hereby given that the firm of Carter & Wolcott on the 24th day of October, 1890, dissolved by mutual consent. The busines will be continued by W. F. Carter who assumes all liabilities. Parties owing the old firm on :>ook account can pay either party. W. F. CARTER. A Fatal Mistake. Physicians make no mure fatal mistake than when they Inform patients that nervous heart troubles come from the stomach and are of little consequence. Dr. Franklin Miles, the noted Indium specialist, has proved the contrary in Ills new book on " Heart Disease," which may bo had fren at F. VV. Dlngley's who guarantees and recommends Dr. Miles' unequaled New Heart Cure, vhlch has the largest sale of any heart remedy in the world. It cures nervous and organic heart disease, short breath, fluttering, pain or tender- less In the side, arm or shoulder, irregular pulse, Hinting, smothering, dropsy, etc. His Restorative Nervine cures headache, (Us, etc. 2 * FANCY lemons, extra largo, only 25c per dozen at W. F, Carter's. Public Sale. The undersigned will sell at public auction, at his farm, seven miles southeast of Algona and eight miles north of LuVerne, on Thursday, March 5, 1891, he following property: Three work nares, two of them with foal, one work lorse, five cows, one Durham bull, ;hree heifers two years old, four year- .ing heifers, 20 brood sows, 25 shoats, two Poland China boars, Deering binder, farm wagon, pair bob-sleds, two mowers, hay rake, hay loader, two drags, three corn plows, stubble plow, seeder, corn sheller, 300 bushels corn n crib, eight bushels seed corn, 150 Bushels oats. Sale begins at 10 a. m. free lunch at noon. Term: Ten months' time at eight per cent., with approved security. Sums under five dollars cash. Five per cent, off for cash. JAS, PATTERSON. D. A. Haggard, Auctioneer. Hemarknblc HCHCUC. Mrs, Michael Curtain, Flaintleld, lit., makes the statement Unit she caught cold, which settled on uer lungs; she was treated for a month by her family physician, but grew worse. He told her she was a hopeless victim of consumption and that no medlolne could cure her. Her druggist suggested Dr. King's New Discovery for Consump- .lon; she bought a bottle, and to her delight found nerself benelltted from first dose. She continued its use, and after taking ten bottles found herself sound and well, now does her own housework and Is as well as she ever was, free trial bottles of tills Great Discovery at Dr. Sheetz' drug store. Large bottles 50e and 81. 2 Happy Hoosievs. Win. Tlmmons, postmaster of Idavlllo, Iml., writes: "Electric Bitters has done more for me than all other medicines combined for that bud feeling arising from kidney and liver trouble." John Leslie, farmer and stockman of same place, says: " Find Elecirlo Bitters to be the best kidney and liver medicine; It made me feel like a new man." J. W. Gardner, hardware merchant, same town, says: "Electric Bitters la just the thing for a man who is all run down and don't cure whether he lives or dies." He found new strength, good appetite, and felt just like he had a new lease on life. Only 60e a bottle at Dr. Shfetz'. 2 liucklen's Arnica Salve. The best salvo In the world for cuts, bruises, sores, ulcers, salt rheum, fever sores, tetter, chilblains, chapped hands, corns, and all skin eruptions, and positively cures piles, or no pay la required. It Is guaranteed to give perfect satisfaction, or money refunded. Price 25 cents per box Sold by Dr. Sheetz, druggist, Algonu. ADMINISTRATRIX'S NOTICE. Public notice is hereby given that the under- Planed has this day been appointed and commissioned by the district court of Kossuth county, in tlie stuto of Town, administratrix of the estate of Horacp A. Mauley, deceased; and all persons having claims against said estate are hereby notified to tllo them with the clerk said estate are requested to make immediate payment to the. undersigned, and avoid costs. Dated at Algoua, Iowa, this 7th day of February, 1B01. PHOEBE A. MANLEY. •tut,'! Administratrix. NOTICE OF PINAL REPORT, In the matter of the estate of Alexander Brown deceased. To all the heirs or creditors of the above named estate: You are hereby notified that on or before the S8th day of February, 1801 said administrator will llle with the clerk of tho district court of KossutU county, Iowa, hit ttual report, and ask to be discharged; and you are further notified that all objections thereto must be filed with said clerk on or be fore tho first day of said term of said court which will convene and be holdeu at Algona in Kossuth county, Iowa, on the 2d day o March, 1801, or said report will be approved and said administrator discharged and his ALEXANDER BKOWN, bonds released. Administrator. ^o How rialtj b nry »iM ^t? ft R j^y chjla/ioott; , , k my redledlon recalls fa to view* urig o^i te poles of gree li fijaJ- litV emo an me ja- litV , , ^ iirf&nc> Knew! Buf ftose daft ofOoAP A»)d , . 1 „ , Cncuc/in HfcVe loi/gf Since departed* we pray and we As $oon as iljey offered us N.K.FAIRBANK&CQ., CHICAGO, LOTTIS Dealer In all kinds of Furniture, Picture Frames, Looking glasses, chromos, and all kinds of ready-made cofHiis. Hearse for public use. Headquarters for tho best SEWINC MACHINES AND ORGANS, NOTICE OF INCORPORATION OF THE Buffalo Fork Go-Operative Creamery Notice Is hereby given that the above-named company has organized and commenced doing Business under the name and stylo of " The Buffalo Fork Co-Operative Creamery Company." The principal place of transacting business will be In Portland, Kossuth county, Iowa. The general nature of the business to be transacted is to collect and manufacture into butter and cheese the milk belonging to subscribers to its capital stock, and to purchase and manufacture milk, cream, and other dairy products, and to sell the same, and to do all ihlngs necessary to make the aforesaid business a success. The amount of capital stock authorized by ;his corporation is Six Thousand Dollars, (80,000), which Is divided into shares of Fifty ($50) Dollars each! Three Thousand ($3,000) of which is paid up, and the certificates for tho remainder of said authorized capital stock ihall be issued upon resolution passed by the joard of directors, and shall be sold at such ;ime and in such manner as may be determined by said board. The time of commencement of this corpora;ion was Feb. S3, 1801, and it shall continue :wenty years, unless sooner dissolved by two- thirds of the stockholders voting for such dis solution. Tho affairs of the corporation are to be conducted by a board of seven directors, who shall be elected by and from among the stockholders at the annual meeting, which meeting will be on the flrst Saturday in January in each year, and tho officers of this corporation shall M a president, vice-president, treasurer, and secretary, and such other officers as the board shall deem necessary, and as shall be elected oy tho board. All officers shall be elected at 'he January meeting in each year. The highest amount of indebtedness to which this corporation can subject itself Is not to exceed one-half of its paid-up capital stock. All private property of the stockholders Is to be exempt from corporate debts. Witness our hands this 23d day of February, A. D, 1801. E. B. EDDY, T. Fox, T. A. BUTTEIWIELD, J. D. DAVISON, A. MEYEB, 48 Incorporators of said Incorporation. ORIGINAL NOTICE. STATE OF IOWA, KOSSUTH COUNTY.— District"Court, March Term, 1800.—Minerva Hall, Husted Hall, Elnora Fauts, Thomas Hall, Hosa Egglestou, Chas, Hall, John Hall, Cora Hall, Bert Hall, Emma Pyle, and J. Pyle, heirs at law of Wesley Hall, deceased. plaintiffs vs. Mary Alease, Geo. Willetts, and the Clipperly, Hoover & Co., defendants. To said defendants: You are hereby notified ihat the supplemental petition of plaintiffs in the above entitled cause is now on file in the office of the clerk of the district court of the state of Iowa, in and for Kossuth county, claiming they are the absolute owners of the northwest quarter of the northeast quarter of Section No. 34, Township No. 100, Range No. 28, west of the 5th P. M. Iowa, and asking that the titJe thereto be quited in them. And that unless you appear thereto and defend before noon of tho second day of the March-, term, A. D. 1801, of the said court, which will com mence at Algona on the 2d day of March, A. D. 1801, default will be entered against you and judgment rendered thereon. GEO; E. CLARKE, Plaintiff's Attorney. ORIGINAL NOTICE. STATE OF IOWA, KOSSUTH COUNTY.— District Court, March Term, 1801.—E. D, Leatherman, plaintiff, vs. H, A. Latta, defendant. To said defendant; You are hereby notified that the petition of plaintiff iu the above entitled cause is now filed in the office of the clerk of the district court of the state of Iowa, in and for Kossuth county, claiming of you the sum of $553 as money Justly due from you and interest thereon at eight per cent, from the luth day of May, 1800, for money due on your promissory note and the accounts set out in said petition; also that the First National bank of Algona has been garnished under a writ of attachment issued herein; and that unless you appear thereto and defend before noon of the second day of the March term., 1801, of the said court, which will commence at Algo na on tho Sd day of March, 1801, default will be entered aguiust you and judgment rendered thereon. GEO. E. CLARKE, 44M Plaintiff's Attorney. SHERIFF'S SALE. Notice is hereby given, that by virtue of special execution, to mo directed by the clerk of the district court of Kossuth county, Iowa, against the goods, chattels, lauds, tenements, etc., of L. C. Predmore and Emma J. Prod- more, defendant, in favor of Nelson U. Kldder, plaintiff, I will offer at public sale, to the highest aud best bidder, for cash, at the door of the court house, In the town of Algona, county of Kossuth, Iowa, on the 2!ld day of March, 1801, between the hours of 0 o'clock u. m. aud 4 o'clock p. m. qn said day, all of said L. C. and Emma J. Predmore's right, title, and interest in and to the following described real estate, situated in Kossuth county, to-wit: The northwest quarter of Section No. 7, in Township No. 04, north of Kauge No. H7, west of the 5th P. M. in Kossuth county, Iowa. Sale to commence at the hour of 1 o'clock p. m. of said day. Witness my hand this 23d day of February, 1801. M. STEPHENS, 48t3 Sheriff of Kossuth county, Iowa. It lias normimontly curod .THOUSANDS of cases pronouniiwl by dolors bope- less. If you Iwv.o jiromonltory symptoms, su'tili as Couijb, DilHuulty of Breathing,- &c,, ilnn'l- dolav, but use PISO'S CORK roit "CONSUMPTION immediately. J$y Onis^'miM. -5 cents. fc«n lieenrncdatourireWllneofwork, rapldlv and honorably, bjr thoie of cilliiTtoi.vouiigor old, and in their own localltfei,whcreT<c Ihtjr live.'Any- H n • V a V ^m • ono can tlo tbe work. Eal/ to learn. We furnllh ernjrtblna;. We itart you. No rilk. You can devote your apare momenta, or all your time to the work. < Th!a entirely new lead,and brlngi wonderful iucce» to every worker. IJeplnnera are earning from $25 to 950 uerweek a,nd upward!. \ BEAT FRENCH KEMEDY.-Dr. Le Due's VJT periodical pills from Paris, France, act only upon the generative organs In females, and positively cure suppression of the menses 'from whatever cause) and all periodieal roubles peculiar to women. A safe, reliable remedy, warranted to excite menstruation, or money refunded. Should not be used during pregnancy. The large proportion of the Ills to which ladies are subject is the direct result of a disordered and irregular menstruation. Ask Mind Vfnnderiuz onrod. Books \famrl iu ouo ruadiiu?. 1, vfitimoniiilB from ail parts of thi) globe. • PH»F'«*W»£«« FIUSK, dent on MjpUoation to Prof. A. LeiaotW, 837 fittU *W. New York. A pamphlet of Information andob- atract of the laws, showing How to 0btaln Patents, Caveats. Trad MarkB, Copyrights, tent free. &. GO. Broadway, A TE A St t T undertake to briefly tench nny fairly Intelligent piirton of either sex, who L-iin read and write, and.who, after lnilructlon,H-lll work induitriouily, T . - - - — how to earn Tlirce Thouaand Dollar! ft Year In their own locnllilM.wli trcver they llve.I will alio fumllb. tho situation or mn[i]i>ymi.-itt,nt wlilch you can earn that amount. No money for me unlesa auccruful ai above. Kailly and quickly learned. 1 donlro but one worker from each district or county. T have already taught anil provided with smploymenta l.rg» ' number, who ore making over *SOOO * »9 JS. C. eareach. H'altfEW ^ariKlSE. Addreta at onct. ox 430, Maine. Stevenson & Co., Chicago, wholesale agents. Snug little fortuneshavobeonmadent work for us, by Anna I'liKC, Auatln, Texaa, and .Tno. llonn, Toledo, Ohio. Sue cut. OlhOT are doing in well. Why not you? Some earn over »BOO.00 a month. You cun do the work and liva [at home, wherever you are. Even be- S lnnera nro eaally earning from CB to lUaday. Allagea. Weihow youhorr ana atavt you. Can work in ipare timn or all tho time. Itig money for workers. Failure unknown among- them. NEW and wonderful. Particular! free. H.IInllott<Jb Oo.iBox HHOl'urUuml,Maine K iniVS GEB1I ERADIOATOB" POSI- tively cures all diseases—because It kills all germs, bacteria, parasites, microbes, and animalculco in the system, which the prominent physicians in convention agreed was the cause of all disease. Tho air, water, vegetables and fruit are full of these little worms, causing catarrh, consumption, diabetes, and Bright's disease, cancers, tumors, aud all so- called incurable diseases. (Never known to rail to cure consumption, catarrh, kidney troubles and syphilis.) Retailed in $',i, $3, and B5 sizes, sent anywhere on receipt of price. This is the only genuine article; all others aro dangerous counterfeits. Dr. Sheete issues guarantees to cure all ailments for 'Kidd'.s Germ Eradlcator for the manufacturers. Tip ttows^ro^ooiowtyp VmcASo, a UKIOH SQUARE. M.Y «W'5J*»W!< .VrJmVua POSTOHiMAs*. XTUUCTA.M, nkn.i-reA LOUIS LESSING, Agent. AN ORDER. FOR GUARDIANS, EXECUTORS, AND AD- mlnlstrators to report. Ordered: That the clerk notify all guardians, executors, and administrators from whom reports are due for more than six (0) mouths, to file reports, or to appear at the next term of court and sh,ow cause why prosecution should not be begun to enforce penalty. QEO. H. CARR, Judge. »«nOO. 00 » yc.r II bring ui.ilc bjr John B. (lnoJwln,'lruj,N.r.,mnork for ui. Itsudtr, >-uu ma}- not uiuke » much, but we can jNielijToviiulrkljT Ii9«r to«»rp from»5ti> flu May »i tin' mart, {nil more lit you go on. Uolli «•«». nil oifci. |ii m/ p.rlV Anivrlctt. yuu ran coiniiutiict Hi lionie, glr- iun all yam limi-.or t|« muuiciiti only to Hie work. All I« lifvv. (Ju-ut Imv SI IIKtor evtry worker. We Hurt you, furnlihlor cverylliliiir. EASILY, Sl'EEUILY leirae* I'Am'icuifua FKEB. Adci.eYte.tor«». , SUNSOS 7 IV., >V«TUSK

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