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THE XJPPEK BE8 MO1NES: ALGOKA^ IOWA, WEDNESDAY, THE NEWS OF THE COUNTY llnm-.rort. • l3AXe(«vi"r, March 2.—Everybody turn out to the school cntortainmonl. It will bo Rood and worth your money, mid we know whereof we sponlc. S. S. Klat nhd wife find daughter of Algo- tift were viftitlnp with friends In town tnt.nly. Miss Clnra Mnthews visited In town over Sunday. We noticed J. Q. Edwards on our streets last Saturday. La grippe is giving us a squeeze. Agent Fiolls's baby Is again reported us being very low. .T, XV. Ciiso liiis organised a class for bible study at the Haptlftt church., It moots ouch .Sunday evening ut (!:!!(), The Knights of Pythias hiivo sent for their charter. Success, Is our wish to the lodge. Wo mentioned In! t week that tho delegates from Bancroft lodge I. O. O. T. would try to got tho district lodge to meet in Btin- croffc next year, and wo arc glad to report that they were successful. Hurrah for Bancroft I Tho delegates also report u good time at tho Englo Grove mooting, Tho Epwot'lh luitguo of tlio M. 13. church fjnvo n nicmoi'liil sorvlco to John Wesley last Sumlii.v evening, mid thoso present Bpoak hltftily of tho smno. Miss I-Iildii St.lnsori was homo from tho normal to spend Sunday. Tho gonlul traveling man, Mr. Savago of JIumboldt, was in town last woolc. Goo. Campbell is working for J. 13. Him- Bollln tho blacksmith shop at present. C. W. Parker of Algona wus up hero 0110 day lust woek, visiting with his son-in-law. Harvey Inghaui'a letter to this paper with reference to pottory lins boon qtilto a subject of discussion iu town the past wook. Who lied about Hint " child devil" seems to bo qulto an appropriate question just tiow. Wo hoar tho rumor that J. H. Grahum is to go into tho machinery business iu Burt, If this Is true wo wish you success Hurvoy, 'but Bancroft can hardly afford to lose you. •i Father Schommol preached in tho Gor man language at tho Catholic church last Sabbath. Among tho persona mentioned for sub- directors of tho independent district wo •httvo.hom'd tho following: P.M. Barslou, Henry MorriiloUl, G. It. Woodworth, J. B. Johnson, 13. S. Stroator, and 13. L. Ward. Wo uro not informed as to whether they would accept or not, but they uro undoubtedly tho strongest men for tho places, as each Is particularly interested In tho welfare of our public schools. Tho Presbyterians have a supper at tho Phoenix houso on Wednesday evening of this wook. Turn out. A gentleman from California, whoso nmno wo did not lourn, has bought a lot of land in Kainsay, and will malco a groat many improvements. O. E. Bliss lias u lurgo job of carpentering at this placo so •wo understand. Nothorn Kossuth is booming with n big B. Tho Greenwood board of directors had a mooting last Saturday. Miss Carey Is iu thoso parts visiting schools at present. An addition is being put on tho Solomon- r.'pn houso west of town. Miss Alice Furvour of Burt was in town 'last'Saturday on her way homo from her <)chool which closed last Friday. C. F. Bilker's happy countenance was soon in town Saturday. In tho city election today tho following persons wore clouted: Mayor, P. M. Barslou, recorder, B. F. Grose, councilnion, A. A. Reynolds and Frank Bronmm, fctvoot commissioner, .Tnmos Gallion. They uro all good representative men, and will do honor to tho oflUiOH. Iu tho olor.tions ut tlio following plncos tho following mon wore olcutod sub-diroot'ors: C. Hultorshoi'n in district No. 3 Greenwood, in district No. !l 13. Soarlo, In Swea No. 0 it was a tio botwoon .i. Dolos- oluil and John Cook. Miiyor-oloet Burslou set up tho cigars to tlio boys hi fine shapo. Mrs, A. G. Ward is reported as being nick ut present. Her many friends wish her a speedy recovery. BANOIIOI'T, March 3.— J. 1). Graham is building un addition to his extensive machine sheds. A lurgo number of people uro suffering with la gi'lppo. Juiuos Colpmun, Goo. Bliss, and Alfred Leonard, represented tho lodge of good tornplnrs in n mooting at Eagle Grovo. Rev. Cumuiings prone-hod a memorial sermon for Windom, Procter, and Sherman. The Jews leave today: Mrs. It. I. Bruyton visited at Hurt hist woek. Miss Jessie Leslie of Sioux City is hero visiting her parents. Tho scholars of tho Bancroft high ^eUl.glva an ontortainniont March (), school houso hull, tho proceeds towards purchasing an organ. Chas. {jUunuor of Burt was In town • .-oek. C. C. Chubb was in town last wook. Kossuth and state of Iowa, will bo hold at tho drug storo on the second Monday of Mnrdi 0, inst. A. D. 1S01, nt 8 o'clock ft. m. and open till 4 o'clock p. m., for tho election of one director to succeed S. Bookman ntid for tho transaction of such other business as may legally come before it. C. O. WnroiiT, Secretary. iiHVcrno. LuVEiixB, March 2.r-W. B. Picrson returned from Dysart, where ho hns been visiting his family for the past two weeks. Max Miller's daughter died of diphtheria at Milwaukee last wcok. Robert Hughes is going to build a now houso soon on his farm. It will bo 14x20,12 foot high. Tho contract has been lot to C. E. Simmons. A boy was born to Mr. and Mrs, H. Klindt. Henry steps high now. Cigars, H. There was a goritleman hero from Fort Dodge last Wednesday looking for land to buy. O. W. Simmons had tho misfortune to bruise ono of his toos pretty bad Wednesday by lotting a largo cuko of Ico full on it. Ho was cutting ice to pack. At tho Tonnant house in Algona at 7 p. m. Justice Taylor officiating, Karl Miller and Miss Funnio Stttftancher woro united in tho holy bonds of matrimony, and tho best wishes of tho press go with them for thoir future welfare and happiness. C. Brooks of Llvcrmoro was hero on business Thursdry. Ed. Welch and wife wont to Fort Dodge Tuesday for a few days visit. E. M. Crosswiiit loft Thursday for his homo In Dexter, Iowa, to stay. J. A. Flnnoll, who has boon in Illinois for tho past two months visiting with u sister, returned homo Thursday. Rov, Phil C. Hanna received an appointment to u consulship at Venezuela, South America, Thursday. This is good news for Phil. May ho do well and succeed In his undertaking. John Dovlno has sold his farm ono and a half miles south of town to H. S. Bono- diet, on tho 25th, for $22 por acre. school at tho to go lust Wesley. WKSI.HY. March 8.—Jessie V. Hill wus born in I'oscoravus county, Ohio, July 7, 1817, rnovod to Tamil county, Iowa, in 1855, then to Hancock county, Juno, 1870, died at his homo two ration cast of Wesley, Fob. 28, 181)1, aged 74 yours, seven months," nud 21 days. Mr. Hill was an old settler in this part of tho county and wus u mun whom everybody Icnew in this part ot Kossuth and Hancock. Ho was tnkon sick about ono year ago with rheumatism, which caused him much suffering. A few months' buck dropsy sot in, which soon hurried him off. Tho funeral services took place hero in tho church conducted by Uov. McBride of this place, selecting us his text flrst Samuel 20, and a part of tho 18th verso, "and thou shalt bo missed because thy seat bo empty." After the services were over at tho church tho remains woro taken to tho Wosloy cemetery where they woro interred. Mr. Hill leaves a wife, four sons, and two daughters to mourn his loss. Uov. MuBrldo is holding revival services at this place. Ho expects Uov. Forsyth of Gurno'r horo this week to assist him. L. H. Hilts, who has boon visiting friends in Boono county for tho past month, returned homo ono day lust week. Geo. A. ITrlnk is suffering with tho grip, also Mr. Atkinson. liiohiml Benjamin Hopkins is assisting M. J. Kolloy in tho depot now. Mr. lias- well has quit to attend to other business that lie has on hand, Markets: Whout, 80u; oats, 8Sc; corn US ©lOe; (lax, $1.05; barley, GO@5Sc. Quito a number of our towns-people wont to tho Korniin school houso Monday oven- ing to attend the lycouui. Klder Black will hold his second quarterly meeting horo Sunday evening, March 15, iinartorly conference Monday the 10th. This ice time wo are having is giving tho blacksmiths u harvest. Nate Studcr is putting a food grinding at- tauh'mont to his wind mill. This is some thing every farmer should havo that has got to havo a mill to pump water for his stock. They can just as well use tho sumo power to grind us to pump water. J. C. Emuions is building a barn on his lots ho has Just recently purchased from G, M. Butts. Wo have boon informed Mr E. Intends to build a wugon shop horo in tho spring, und devote tlio rest of his time to working »t his trade. Bradford Daggott of Mason City is hero visiting his sister and mother. J. Hofor moved on his farm ono and half miles east of Wesley. W. V. Wiluox of Des Moines was horo last week looking after some of his lands ho recently purchased of tho Gray Bros Ho intends to have 500 acres broken \\\ this spring and sown to (lux. G ray Bros, are going to open up a rea estate ofllf o in Wesley whore they can at tend to their land business butter. DUESS making and stumping done to ordor. Soutluvcwt. part of town. Mrs Win. (!li.-ury.-4«H 'Portland. D, Feb. 28.—Tho painters nro at •frork on the inside of tho church, and it is •co be dedicated Sunday, March 8, August Schrader is moving this wook from tho Call place to his own homo in Buffalo township. There is considerable sickness among our neighbors over iu Buffalo. Old Mr. Palmer, Mrs. J. P. Gray and Mancil Cunninghum's baby, uro all on tho sick list. The work of hauling tho, stone for tho foundation of tho. urfeumory commenced last Thursday. Tho masons commenced work upon the wall Friday morning. Carrie li'ort has returned from Algona whoro fCio hns been visiting tho past week. Tho niito society will moot ut tho church, "'.Thursday, March 13, have a basket dinner, elect oflicors for tho coming year, and liavo a report of tho secretary for tho fpust year. A cordial invitation is extended to nil. wc»t lioua. WKST BUND, Feb. 23.—Notice Is hereby given that the- annual meeting of the qualified, electors of tho independent school district pf West Bond, counties of Palo Alto and for Suto, Two lhroo-yo»r-old borrfos, twonmro in foal, ono horuu IU youru old, and t\v tipping colts.-4t S. H. McNuTT, English Spavin Liniment llomoves all havil, soft, or calloused lumps o lilomlshos from horsoa, blood spavin, curbs splints, Bwuonuy, ring bono, sillies, sprains, n Kwollon throats, otc. Sivvo $50 by USD of on bottlu; warranted. Tho most wonderful blon l,sh euro over known. Sold by Dr. Shuelz. lli-h curod In .'10 minutes by AVoll'ord's Sun tury l^otion. Sold by Dr. Sheet*. BUOK-WJIKAT flour He pup pound i Stacy's ii'llko OP at mill. Jonas < Stuoy.-SO Consumption (Hired. An old physician, retired from practice, ha ing had placed In his hands by an East Iiull missionary tho formula of u simple vogetab] remedy for tho speedy and permanent euro o consumption, bronchitis, catarrh, tisthmi and all throat and lung affections, also a pos tlve uud nvaicul cure for nervous debility an all nervous complaints, after having tested II wonderful curative powers iu thousands o cases, has felt it his duty to inuko it known t his Buffering fellows. Actuated by this uiotiv and n dosiro to relieve human sulterlng, I \vi send free of charge, to all who desiro It, thl recipe, in German, French, or EnglisU, wit full direcUous for preparing and using, Sen by mall by addressing wlfh stamp, naiuiii this paper. W. A. Noyes, BIJO Powers' .mod Kochester, N. V. BHEBMAN MEMORIAL i&EBOISES. The jftd. C. Trtylor Post Meets In ironor of the JJend Commander, The Congregational church was com- ortnbly filled Sunday afternoon to listen o tho exercises in honor of Gen. Sherman. Capt. Bailey sat in the chair 4 ind after music by tho choir, prayer by "lev, Davidson, and tho reading of irders by J. W. Bartlett, gave a short address reviewing Sherman's life and ervices. Short speeches woro also given by Dr. McCoy and L. M, B. Smith, while E. Tellier spoke briefly nd read Sherman's letters to Gen. *Md at Atlanta, and Gen, Burbridge n Kentucky. Dr. McCoy devoted some imt to Sherman's letters declining xdittcal honors, and Capt. Smith criti- ised Lord Wolesloy's review of our var in which he underestimated Sherman's services. Several fine songs were five by the choir, and tho exorcises loscd with " America" by the audience nd a benediction by Rev. Smith. Sherman's memory is dear to tho old oldiers, however differently they estf- nato his abilities. Ho was honest, lunt, outspoken, and aggresive. His ai'eor was that of tho best typo of sol- ior, and in his death the veterans lose tio last of the trio which carried tho upremo honors, Grant, Sherman, and hoi-idan. Gi-ant is buried in New fork, Sheridan in the national come- opy at Arlington, and Shopman's remains poposo at St. Louis. THE OOEN QUESTION AGAIN, orn HnlBlntSliil'nlo Alto mid 7Cos- Eiutli. Counties to bo Discussed nt Wost Jieiid. To tho Editor: A public meeting of ho West Bond Farmers' Alliance wus oil attondod, on Monday afternoon of his wook. The principal address was olivot'cd by Will Sui'gerit, lecturer of ho stato alliance. It was a practical, ointod, able effort full of cfl'ectivo tu-gu- nent and convincing logic. .T. C. Baker nd P. H. Donlon of Emmetsburg were Iso present and made remarks. Tho ext meeting of the alliance will be aturday, March 7, at 2 o'clock sharp, t which two topics of much present iu- erost and practical importance will be iseussed. 1. Does corn raising pay in Palo Alto nd Kossuth counties? A. B. Carter, 'aul Dorweilor, followed by general iseussion. 2. How can our copn bo marketed to lio best advantage? Frank Shopman, lenpy Dunn followed by general discus- ion. It is hoped that there will bo u, ull attendance as there is business of inpoi'tunco to bo transacted and that iipmops will como prepared to give heir experience and suggestions as to tow corn, tho gpoat cpop of Iowa, may 10 made mope profitable. C. G. W. A lilg Ifnrm lit Lu Verne. The News reports: J. S. and Geo. E. Sutterlleld arrived hepe lust Saturday vening from Waterloo. Tho boys larted overland from the above named ilace with seven head of bopses and wo wagons, but were obliged to leave me wdgon at Bolmond, owing to the erious condition of the roads after eaching that place. Tho Buttorfleld ipotheps with R. W. Hanna have rent- id a largo tract of land and contemplate arming upon an extensive scale the ioming year, and test the truth oE Gov. Boies' statements as regards the poor Iowa farmer. It Ima oormnnontly enrod THOUSANDS of cusos pronouiiooil li.y doolors hopo- loss. It' you havo premonitory symptoms, siKili as Coughi Diflloulty of BroiiUihm-, <t<?., don't delay, hut uso PISO'S CUKI5 I'cm CONSUMPTION innnodintoly. Hy Dnijwisls. 25 cents. f 001)0.00 A yrnr It being l»«i)e by John R (!ooihvln,Tro)-,N.Y.,ttl work forua. Uradtr, yuu limy nut inukc us much, but we can U'llcli y till <|tt!ckly how to earn from $5 to (UO a ilny at thu Blurt, and morti Myou go on. Doth ni-xfit, all BK". In nny part of America, you can commence nt home, gir- inir all your tlmu,or spare moments only to the work. All I" new. Great pay SI1IIK for uvnry worker. Wu start you, AirntshlnK eviMylhlnit. KABII.V. SPKKUll.Y lewierT PAia'lC'Ul.AllS HIKE. Aildreii at OHM, SI1NSUN * CO., 1'OHTLANU, MAINE. IS nut. only a distressing complaini, »l 1 iltmlf, but, by causing tho blood to limtoino depraved and tho system t.'ii- fi'c.'lilt'il, is tlto parunt of innumerable ninlinliiw. That. Ayer's Snrsnparilla is tlio bost. euro for Indigestion, even \vlieimmiplirated with Liver Complaint, is ju-iivi'd by tlio following testimony frtun Mrs. Joseph Luke, of Ilroukwny lloiili'c, Muih.: — " l.ivor c.imiplaint and indigestion inmlit iiiv lifn fi linnlon nud cnmo IIPHT (•inline iiu' I'xistiiituo. For nioro limn fouv vm'-' i -imTnnid untold iigcmy, \vaa iv.ili.ivil »imust. tousUoliiton, ami ininlly liii'l Mi'i!ir.;iii M) ilruji niysiilf nbout, All ssod mo, ami only. uld lift diK(!Stl!ll lit - imtntionud suveral n without giving ru- took seoinotl to do until 1 t'oniinenc'-oil .'.-i Siu'.sapai'illa, which I.;.. . i,,,in,'--.i A,nidci-fid results. Soon nut i- riniiii' it'-iii'j; to nUco tho Sai'siipu- rili.i I <-.nii..i siiiu an improvement in my i-:iii..|iiiiii. My appotitt) hccraii to ret.urn uml wit;, it t'iiinu tho ability to digest all i: • tin id taken, my strength ini- |ir<" oafli flay, and after a few mm'' •!. (it faithful attention to your ('"•'lions, I found myself a well \. iinan, ublo to attend to all household diitms. Tim medicine has given uie ft ii'-w l<-a«' flyers Or, >;. C. Ayar & Co., toweil, Mass. ViU-ifl, i-ls lioulcn, $0. Worth $5 a bottle. THE BEST CKEAMEKY, THINGS ESSENTIAL TO A SUCCESSFUL CREAMERY. rtariaged on the Live and tot JAru I'rlh- clplc, These Factories Will Go oti Jfnl- tlplylns—A Creamery Manager Must Be Clean and Have Unckboce—TflUtefy. At the Iowa State Butter, Chelae and 3gg convention Mr. 0. T. Dennison, of tfason City t addressed the convention on "What is Best for the Creamery." ile said: "Every creamery operator and every patron of & creamery has his opinion as to what is best for the creamery, and I can only give my opinion from ;he standpoint of aft operator, leaving rours to be brought out in the discussion ;hat may follow. "Three essentials to a successful creamery are: honesty, cleanliness and ihtelli- jence. These three graces are as becoming to the patron «s the operator. You may differ as to the order of precedence and contend that cleanliness should >e placed first or intelligence first, but sach is absolutely essential to success in ;he creamery and in the dairy as well. Every transaction in and about the creamery must be honestly done, else ;hat confidence between patron and operator essential to tho Buccess of each is 'orever gone. There is a mutuality of nterest that renders dishonesty of either ruinous to both. Tho "tricky" creamery man soon has "tricky" patrons, and lishonest patrons drive him to dishonest .ricks by which both are losers. The creamery must be managed upon the )road principle that to be profitable to ;he oilier it must make dairying profit- ,ble to the patrons. That narrow, self- sh management that pays as little for milk and cream as possible will never >e best for the creamery nor for the pa- rons. The creamery should be an educator • all the community in cleanliness, lonor and general intelligence upon all lai'ry matters. The creamery man must so progressive and abreast of the times— preading the latest and best thoughts ipon all matters pertaining to dairying, lairy breeding and dairy feeding. It is jest for the creamery that it be operated ipon business principles, and not upon ^ny catchpenny plan. There must be ntelligence in operating the creamery, o the end that the best work may be done with the least cost of fuel, ma- ;erials and labor. The honest creamery nan will compel his patrons to be honest with him and each other by refusing milk or cream from him who is not cleanly in his work as well as from him who adulterates. No remedy is so effectual in bringing milk or cream to a proper percentage as ;he whispered news, "They won't take So-aud-So's milk at the factory," and no lews travels so fast. Some decision of character is required, but a manager without "backbone" is not fit for the creamery. Managed upon the live-and- let-live basis, tho creamery will go on multiplying in numbers, manufacturing ihe raw materials produced on our farms, developing the resources of Iowa, restoring the wasted fertility of the farm, of the soil robber, developing tho true dairy cow, spreading intelligence, building homes, developing better men und women, of higher intelligence, higher thinking and better living. Wisconsin Dairy School, The University of Wisconsin has added to its other admirable courses a dairy school. This year the dairy course will open Jan. 5 and close the last of March. Dr. Babcock, inventor of the milk test, will give twenty lectures during the term. There will be four sub-courses of instruction. Dr. Babcock's lectures will comprise in the first sub-course such topics as cream raising, the churning and preservation of milk, etc. The second sub-course will be devoted to milk testing, with laboratory instruction. Then comes the third sub-course, butter making, and the fourth, choose making. The milk test instruction will be one of the most important parts of the course. Tho student who carefully learns his lessons here will be able to determine the amount of butter fat in milk, and also to tell whether milk is skimmed or whole, and whether it has been watered or otherwise adulterated, Ho will be made acquainted witli al] kinds of cream separators and buttei extractors, and made to understand the highest market standard for butter. A1 the close of tho course the young man or woman who has successfully passed the examinations, and has had eiglv months' practical experience in a com mercial cheese factory or creamery will, if his work is satisfactory, receive a dairy certificate from the University of Wisconsin. In a dairy stato like Wisconsin th benefits of a school like this cannot be estimated. Notes. The poison tyrotoxicon is believed fc be generated in cream that has not been sufficiently aerated. We have known good customers to be lost to milkmen or account of the animal odor in tho mil! the)' sold. To aerate properly take th milk in the open air, dip it up by the dipper full, hold it up high and pour i either through a strainer or into a vesse other than that from which you took it Tho point is to let the air all through it The best butter color in winter is car rots fed to tho cows. Use the milk tests on the farm and in the creamery. Some very good an simple ones have been invented, Th farmer will, thus find out whether he feeding unprofitable cows, and th creamery man will find out whether h is paying unprofitable farmers. Here is a touch from Field and Farm " A. historian writes that butter was xin known to the ancients. It this ia tru it is equally true that ancient butter not unknown to the moderns," The honest way for creameries to pa for milk is by the test system, accorc ing to its richness, not its quantity, Iowa, too, will have a dairy school One is soon to be established at th Ames Agricultural college. TOPICS OF THE TIME. How n Printer Was Cured of a Cough. I have a couslu who Is a printer, says Ex- itayor J. B. Loughi-an of North Des Molnes, owa. Some years ago he was employed In his city where they were printing circulars for hamberlaln. He had a deep seated cold and errlble cough, and while setting up copy lie nade up his mind to buy a bottle. It cured Itn and, that was the first I over knew of hamborlaln's Cough Remedy. I have boon trougly In Its favor ever since. My own ex- erience and that of my family convinces me tat this remedy Is the best In the world. That may be strong language but that Is what I hlnk. For sale by F. W. Dlngley. True Merit Is Appreciated. Several years ago Chamberlain & Co., of Des Jolnes, Iowa, commenced tho manufacture of ough syrup, believing It to be the most rompt and reliable preparation yet produced or coughs, colds and croup; that the public ppreclate true merit, and in time it was cor- ain to become popular. Their most sanguine opes have been more than realized. Over hree hundred thousand bottles of Chamber- aln's Cough Remedy are now sold each year, nd it Is recognized as " the best made," where ver known. It will cure a severe cold in less ime than any other treatment. For sale by \ W. Dingley. There is No Danger f a cold resulting in pneumonia when Cham- ierlaln's Cough Remedy Is used as directed for a severe cold." It effectually counteracts nd arrests any tendence of a cold to result in ineumonla. This fact was fully proven in housands of cases during the epidemic of In- ucnza last winter. For sale by F. W. Dlngloy. Just the same, AND SO DOES MADE ONLY BY N.K.FAIRBANK&.CO. CHICAGO. Corn. I am paying the highest market price or corn, on my farm u mile east of Algo- ia.-33 C. L. LUND. DOU YOU WANT THE Most surely you do if you havo need for any 1 at all. Then remember that yon can find them nt 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, Notes, etc., For sale Iu any quantity desired. Blanks not In stock will be rnude to order at short notice and correct prices. • • ' : Sudden Deaths. Heart disease Is by fur the most frequent cause f sudden death, which In three out ol four cases s unexpected. The symptoms are not generally understood. These are: Almbltof lying on the Iglit side, short breath, pain or distress In side, jack, or shoulder, Irregular pulse, asthma. weak ind hungry spells, wind In stomach, swelling ot inkles or dropsy, oppression, dry cough und mothering. Dr. Miles' Illustrated book on heart disease, free at I 1 '. W. Dlngley's. who sells and guarantees Dr. Miles' unequuled New Heart Cure, ind his Restorative Nervine, which cures nervous- less, headache, sleeplessness, ellects of drinking, etc. It contains no opiates. 8 * Startling Facts. The American people are rapidly becoming a •ace of nervous wrecks' and the following suggests- he best remedy: Alphonzo Hemplllng of Butler, ?a,, swears that when his son was speechless torn St. Vltus dance Dr. Miles' great Restorative Nervine cured him. Mrs. J. R. Miller of Valparaiso, and J. D. Taylor of Logiinsport, Ind., each gained twenty pounds from taking It. Mrs. H. A. iardncr of Vistula, Ind.. was cured of 40 to 50 convulsions a day, and much headache, dizziness, )iickache. and nervous prostration by one bottle. Trial bottles, and fine book of marvelous cures, !ree at F. w. Dlngley's, who recommends and guarantees this unequaled remedy. S * Miles' Nerve and Liver Pills Act on a new principle—regulating the liver, stom- ich, and bowels through the nerves. A new dls covery. Dr. Miles' Pills speedily cure blliousness- jiid taste, torpid liver, piles, constipation. Un- equuled for men, women, and children. Smallest, mildest, surest! Fifty doses 25 cents. Samples free lit F. W. Dlngley's drug store. TO MY friends: If you want a thoroughly reliable organ OP piano on best terms, see me now, C. Brooks, Livei'inope, The Pulpit and the Stage. Rev. F. M. Shrout, pastor of Dnlted Brethren church, Blue Mound, Kan., says: " I feel U my duty to tell what wonders Dr. King's New Discovery 1ms done for me. My lungs were badly diseased and my parishioners thought I could live only a few weeks, I took live bottles of Dr, King's New DlHcovery and am sound and well, gaining 2(Vpound3 In weight." Arthur Love, manager of Love's Funny Folks Combination, writes: " After a thorough trial and convincing evidence I am confident Dr. King's New Discovery for Consumption beats 'em all, and cures when everything else falls. The greatest kindness 1 can ,<jo my many thousand friends Is to urge them to try It." Free trial bottles at Dr. Sheefz' drug store. Regular sizes 50o and one dollar. 3 Specimen Cases, S. H. Clllford, New Castle, WIs., was troubled with neuralgia and rheumatism, his stomach was disordered, his liver was affected to an alarming degree, appetite fell away, and he was terribly reduced in llesh und strength. Three bottles of Electric Bitters cured him. Edward Shepherd of Harrlsburg, 111., had a running sore on his leg of eight years' standing. Used three bottles of Electric Bitters and seven boxes of Bucklen's Arnica Salve, and his leg Is sound and well. Jno, Speaker of Catuwbii, 0., had live largo fever sores on his leg; doctors said lie wus incurable. One bottle of Klectrlc Bitters and one box Bucklen's Arnica Salye cured him entirely. Sold In AJgoua at Dr. Sheetz' drug store; 8 Bucklen's Arnica Salve. The best salve in tho world for cuts, bruises, sores, ulcers, salt rheum, fever sores, tetter, chilblains, chapped hands, corns, und all skin eruptions, and positively cures piles, or no puy Is required, it Is guaranteed to give perfect satisfaction, or money refunded. Price 25 cents per box. Sold by Dr. Sheetz, druggist, Algonu. Dealer in all kinds of Furniture, Picture Frames, Looking glasses, cbromos, aud all Wnds ot ready-made coffins. Hearse tor public use. •Headquarters for tte best SEWING MACHINES AND ORGANS, 'can beenmed at our NEW line of work, rapidly and hongrably. by those of eiilier BCJC, young or old, and In their own localities,wherever they live. Any one can do the work. Kaiy to learn. W« furntih everything. We Blurt you. No risk. You can devota your apare moments, or all your time to the work. This IB au entirely now lcad,and brihgg wonderful eucceia to every worker. Ilednnera are earnlng-from #25 to 850 per week and upwards* and more after a little experience. We can furnlih you the employment and teach you t'ltKK. No apaco to explain here. Full Information fr'UKK. XJttirJE <fc CO., AL'GUSTA, JUIBK. \Apnmphletof Information andab-7 h struct of the laws, showing How to/ \Obtaln Patents, Caveats, Trade/ i\ "-— CopyrlRhts, sent ire/s./ .—in miiNN & co.x s30t Broadway, ^ . New York. ' ' A VK A?I ! I umlcrlnlu to briefly U-iieli r.uy fairly liilclUpcut piwori of elthor »L-X, who I'.ni rwml mid write, and wlio. nlU-r h]»tniclioi.,ivill work InUuBtriouily. , - - _ ~ liuwto cnrn Tliitg 'IliuuminU Uollari • Y«r In Hum-own liu-iilllie»,wlii.»ver tlmyllvo.l will alio furnllh ftnuir llllle forlimeshavehoenoiiideat work for us, by Anna 1'agc, Austin, Tt-xm, and ,lno, llonn, Toledo, Ohio. tScu cut. Olhersaredoincaswell. Why •not you? Homo I'nrn over *6UO,Ol> 5, 'iioutli. Von fin, do Hie work and lire [at lioinn, wherever you arc. Even be- gimiem are easily earning from $& to vluadMy. Allapoa, We show you how and elni-t you. Can work in spare tim» or al) the lime, lllg: money for work- .ers. Faihire unknuwii among them. „ , w „ , NMY ftiidwimderful. l-Arllvularsfrec. ».H»UetttfcOo.,Hox»8«IJI'o t -tliina,Malu» LOUIS LESSING, Ag'sQt. lyf ONEY FURNISHED-^ Y -*- AT SEVEN PEH CKN'f. At Kossuth County Bank. at ouce.

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