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•ym 71 UPPER MS MOINES; ALGONA, IOWA, WEDNESDAY, MAY 4, 1892. -----,- ,- - ..... .-._...'-• • " ' - . * * ARRIVAL AND DEPARTURE OF TRAINS CHICAGO, MILWAUKEE 4 ST. PAUL. i.— East—Pass.— ...6:024 in No. 2 10:24 am ...4:37pmNo, 4 9:30pm Freight— . ..„ _ 7:154 rnNo.8 ..ll:65pm Sf»'l3......11:45 am No. 14 2:30 pm §£ 5.. 8:17pmNo. 10 12:16am CHICAGO A NORTHWESTERN. South- 8:18 am 3:36pm - Pass 2:37pm KHH _ .. — Mixed 6:07pni i Pas's. arrives at Chicago at 7 am; arrives a Des Moines at 8:15 p m. Lv. DesM.g :30 a m THE CITY, Bancroft planted four trees arbo day. Thos. McArthur is getting a ver handsome monument to be placed In th cemetery here in memory of his wife. The Woman's Foreign Missionar., society will meet at the parsonage o Thursday of this week, at 3 o'cloc 1 p. m. The Northwestern last Friday un loaded 19 German new comers at Algo na, all of them bound for Fcnton, wher they locate. The Grange store comes to the f ron with some special bargains this week This weather is just right to visit and see the goods The Bancroft Register reports a bat accident to Dave Meyer .of German His gun exploded in his hands from an over charge, and he loses two fingers : Carl Ostrander of Bancroft waskickec on the knee by a hor&e some week ago. Then measles sot in, and affectet the injured part so that he will lose hii leg. Conrad Herman has bought th< .north-lots of the Yemans property, anc 'is building a large barn. This fall h will build a house and make his horn over onThorington. The. Cady orchestra played for i pleasant dancing party at the Thoring ton Saturday evening, and in spite o the unpleasant weather there was : very large attendance. We give in this issue some definit information about brick street paving Algona can well afford to consider this if she intends to indulge in luxuries like eloctric lights, etc. DThe new grand army post at Ban croft is called " Bancroft Post, No. 496.' E. I. Brayton is commander and R. E Davison, adjutant. The post will ge' ready for decoration day. The full programme of the coming temperance convention is given this week. A. A. Sifcrt announces that al who desire ente.rtainrnent should senc in their names by May 18. The regular meeting of the socia' club comes Friday evening at 'the Con gregational church. An interesting programme has been arranged, and large audience should attend. A train of eleven cars of stock started for Chicago this morning-. Ghas. Walker has three cars of cattle, and A. Hough a lot of hogs. Thos. Bennett, Charles and O. C. Walker went along. J. M. Cowan has the foundations in for two large houses instead of one, as we announced last week. Both will be south of his present home, and will adt] greatly to Bro. Hinchon's part of town. A handsome Shetland pony was added to the Lund stock farm last week. With a kodak and a Shetland and a city addition Mr. Lund is getting about all that could be asked in a model farm. Remember the lecture on woman suffrage next Monday evening at the Congregational church by Mrs. DeVoe. She is said to be a capital speaker. No charge for admission. Everybody come. The state bank will build their building without letting any contracts. Thos. F. Cooke went to Des Moines yesterday to attend to some of the preliminaries. The store building will be taken down next week. The old Waldo property, which C. Sessions has rented for several years, was purchased by him last week of Mr. Maben of Minneapolis, who came down to close the deal. It is a pleasant place and gives Mr. Sessions a fine home. Five cars of'C. L, Lund's fat cattle were loaded at the Northwestern this morning for Chicago. They were the pick of the finest lot of cattle he has ever fed, and were handsome specimens. Mr. Lund and W. L. Joslyn go to Chicago with the train. Mr. and Mrs. Lu. B. Cake are visiting at J. J. Wilsons. They will bo remembered in Algona for the entertainment given once by them, and Mrs. Cake is well known as Ella June Meade. They go to Des Moines where they give two evenings of reading, The neaceand quite of Bancroft came near being disturbed last week by one citizen using a buggy whip on the son of another citizen. The irate father wanted the matter balanced in the scales of Kossuth county justice, but finally decided not to prosecute. Marriage licenses have been issued to John Lawbenthal and Maggie^Redding, Peter Lichtig and Mary Numan, Mike, Josser and Nellie Best, D. L, Driver and Addie E, Minkler. The last couple were married at the home of O. Minkler by Rev. Dorward last Thursday. The Lu Verne News says that last Wednesday the Minneapolis & St. •Louis passenger train struck a horse a wan was leading along the track. The horse was blind and backed ahead of the engine when he became frightened, f he horse was killed and the owner injured but not seriously. Auditor Hofius has bought the two lots on which the old Bensohoter house has stood these many years, just west •W £/• H. Blossom's new home, and we hear win build on them this fall. The old building is being moved by W. E. MoMurray, who bought it some time ago for a carpenter shop. Lem. Stockwell was in town one day last week, and talking about roads said |nat eight years ago a coat of gravel 10 inches thick was put on the grade near nis larm, and this spring is the first wme the road has been muddy there. •J was had no care, and no repair for eight years and has been good all the time. 6 It is about certain that we will soon nave a fast passenger train on the Milwaukee. Supt. Coserave was out on • line lust week investigating, and this is undoubtedly the first ste f£ wa \T S "h chan ee. The fast train o the Northwestern has captvfred th Ohlca TO business not only at Algona but at various points West, and in viev of the amount of travel next year fo the world's fair the Milwaukee wil want to be in shape to get its share No time card is suggested, but the Chi cago trains will probably very soon re duce their time several hours. The Woman's Chistian Temperanc union will have a social attheresidenc of Mrs. Hough, Friday evening, May 6 A°, r , th , e bene fit of the reading room All who have an interest in the pros perity of the reading room are expect ed to be present. Those who are no are invited to come and become intei ested. The daily papers last Friday noticet the reappointment of Dr. Sayers as as sistant state veterinary for the aomin two years. This is very complimentar to the doctor, and a fitting recognitio of his services by Gov. Boies. Th, doctor has been kept busy lately look ing after glandered horses in variou counties. A lot of four young wolves wer brought in by Bill Maricle, anddistrib uted about town at $1.50 apiece las' week, that being all they were worth rt the auditor's office. They just had thei eyes open. They will be highly es teemed pets until they get large en'oug' to bite well and then one by one the; will meet their fate. The council has straightened th street leading to the cemetery. Ou readers will remember that the stree was sold at one time to innocentbuyers and they put their fence and sidewalk out in the middle of it. The counci gave one man $20 so that the losswoul not fall too heavy on him, and he wil move back to his line. The deep well at the Lacy barn cave in Monday night. It was 1*12 feet deep and was cased all the way but about five feet near the middle, where the uppe casing could not be driven. There ha always been some caving in at thi place, but now the dirt has gone from the top_ of the well. It is likely th well will have to be abandoned. S. B. Reed is opening a creamerj supply bouse in Algona. He has'had a great deal of experience in handling all kinds of creamery goods, and wil undoubtedly do a big business. Mr Reed is a thoroughly reliable busines man and deserving of success in his venture, and we hope to see him builc up a good trade. Alg_ona is likely to have a valuabl _ addition to her industries in the neat Future in the shape of a butter tub fac tory. Two young men from Waverly propose to put in a $3,500 plant, and ex pect to be here this week to look for t site. They asked a small bonus which was quickly subscribed, and we shal soon know if the enterprise is to go on A butter tub factory would do a big Business here. A petition was circulated last week and numerously signed requesting thi ity council not to grant a billiard ha! icense to any person holding a United States license to sell liquors. The the ory of the signers is that such a license means the illegal sale of whiskey. I any of our billiard hall keepers hole such a government license they may 'ose their permit from the city. Uncle Benjamin left some- maple sugar here one day last week that hac every appearance of having some day seen a maple tree. It was part of 20'0 pounds he and all his relatives herea- wuts had clubbed together and sent rack to the old New York home and secured right from the sugar bush where t was made. It was a fine article, if we can judge from a liberal allowance. -, very pleasant company gathered al Dr. McCoy's homo last Friday evening ',o attend the reception tendered to the shoir of the Congregational church. Some fine musical selections were rend- red by the choir and others, and the evening closed with the presentation of a purse well filled to defray the cost ol lew music. The members of the choir ire fine musicians, and their gratuitous iervice is deserving of reward. Company F held its election Satur- lay evening for the new officers of the "trigade under the recent reorganiza- ion. It cast 32 votes for Foster of 3ioux City for colonel, and for Jas. ilule of Mason city for lieutenant colo- iel. For majors it gave 32 votes to "'rime of Des Moines, 31 votes to Scott if Eldora, 31 to Humphey of Sioux City, and two votes to Baker of Toledo. Workmen began Monday digging the iasement for Frank Nicoulin's new louse, which will stand north of his jresent home fronting D. A. Haggard's ilace. The building will be in all 60 eet long by 41 wide, being built in late tyle with angles and numerous prpjec- ions, and will be a handsome addition o Algona's fine residences. , S. I. 3 lumley will put in the basement as oon as the cellar is ready. How pride goes before a fall was liown last week by our champions at tie Bancroft shooting contest. They ame down with colors flying and chal- enged John G. Smith and Dr. West to match, and come out nearly as badly roken up as the Bancroft hoys did. Tie score stood: Smith, 8; West, 6; essions, 5; and Daily 3, out of 9 apiece, xcept West who shot at only 8. The iioot came Friday afternoon, and was > see who should pay for the birds. The city council had a tussle with rater ordinances Monday night, and 10 ordinance committee again last ight, and the matter will be finally ettled Saturday night. The ordinances f Webster City, Charles City, and lason City were inspected, and those f the last place seemed to best suit the ituation in Algona, and in the main 'ill probably be adopted. These relate o the use, rent, etc., of water privi- eges. The council have not yet de- Ided on a plan for laying the mains. Geo. Carter was nearly killed Sunday a vicious horse in the sheds back of e Lacy barn. He went out to put 'a alter on the beast, which was brought o Algona by Colvin and is well known or being ugly, and turned his back for instant, when the hoVse kicked him u the right side, breaking three ribs, ne twice in two. Dr. West was called t once and in the afternoon the wound- d man was taken to his home in Irv- ngton. ut he It is likely he will re,cove.r, was terribly bruised by the low. The Estherville ull reporte of the lap'ers contain very •"" Fellow anniver- Jll i oMv/1 VO V^ y**v ^*->*Y* * •*»•«**• .- T- —i- ary nfeeting held there last weekTues- day, in which atiout 20 from Algoh participated. E. H. Clarke respond© to the address of welcome and is highl complimented. He was also electe president of the district association fo the coming year, and H. J. Edens WBJ chosen secretary. Our visiting breth ren speak very highly of the entertain ment afforded by Estherville and of th pleasure derived from the meeting. The democratic county conventio: met last Wednesday, and was well a' tended. The following delegation wa chosen to go to Council Bluffs nex Wednesday: C. L. Lund, chairman Ph. Dorweiler, A. R. Darr, C. Thompson, G. Butts, John Keller, C. McCoy, J. J. Wilson, J. B. Hofius, J G. Graham, Jas. Taylor, S. Roupe, J B. Mousel, C. Byson, C. E. Heise, i W. Hinchon. Jas. Taylor was chose again for county chairman, and town ship cominitteemen were named. Th delegation will probably favor a Boie boom, but may help Cleveland to th Iowa delegation. Emmetsburg local talent gave an en tertainment Friday evening in thei fine opera house, at which the edito was present in the capacity of judge "The Queen of Fame" was the title un der which some 40 appeared in costum to represent characters ancient an modern. All were good in their parts and some especially so, making it di: flcult to choose between them. Mrs Bliven as "Samantha Allen," Mis Anna Donovan as "Mother Goose,"an Mies Rhetta Long as "Mrs. Parting ton" had very entertaining parts, the award of the evening going to Mis Long. The opera house was crowdei 'and it is safe to say that no audience i: northern Iowa has lately enjoyed n bet ter entertainment gotten up by horn talent. A lawyer named Rogers was her from Preston, Mich., last week looUin^ up evidence as to the standing here o Mr. and Mrs. C. G. Jones, better knowi in their day as " Blizzard" Jones. I seems that Mrs. Jones has fallen an> received an injury on the sidewalks in her new home and has sued the town This is the second time this has hap pened, and Attorney Rogers had .hearc that she had once sued Algona on f like claim, and thought that by show ing that the matter was chronic hi could probably defeat her claim. Hi failed to find any record such as he de sired. He says Mrs. Jones got some $1,800 for her first injury. He also re ports that "Blizzard" has not changec materialy since leaving Algona, but i the same there he was here. Clonn Up. Notice is hereby given that after ten days from date all streets and alleys that are not cleaned out will be cleanec and the expense of same charged to tho abutting property. By order of L. A. SHEETZ, Mayor. Algona, May 4, 1892. FOR RENT—Good house of five rooms Inquire of C. M. Doxsee.—6t2 World's J-ntr, Chicago, May, 1808 World's fair', Algona, May, 1892. The ladies of the Congregational church will have a world's far at the Congre gational church parlors on Thursday and Friday evenings, May 12 and 13 It will be a unique and pleasant entertainment. Bill of particulars nex week. Don't forget the date. HATS at 25c. E. Reeve & Co. LOST—A light sorrel mare, bald- taced and bob-tailed, broke loose from the Lac3 r barn last Friday. Return to J. P. Christiansen, Algona, and gel pay for trouble. NEW STOEE AffD NEW PEIOES. Ladles, Attention! Grand Opening of Spring Goods. Ladies, attend the grand spring open- ng at Wallace's Arcade, Eagle Grove, !owa, Friday, May 6, 1892. Those buying goods to the amount of $2.00 and upwards will be presented with a beau- iiful silver sugar spoon or butter knife, Rogers Bros.' best). Will have on dis- )lay an elegant line of millinery and Iry goods, second to none this side of '.he Mississippi river. A. G. WALLACE & Co., Kuehn block, Eagle Grove, Iowa. SEVEN head of young horses and colts for sale on time, or will exchange or town property. Inquire of Brunson & Co., at the cigar factory. Uaptlst Doings The missionary meeting which was o have been last Sunday evening was )ostponed until next Sunday evening. The ladies of the Baptist church will erve a fine supper at the church, Thursday evening, at hours to suit the >ublic p_atronage. We sincerely hope here will be a large turnout of Bap- ists and their friends, and a special ap- aeal is made to the public, as this is for he new house, Bro. Conner will send lome the plans and specifications ready o advertise for bids, and soon after we hall begin the erection. D PERSONAL MOVEMENTS. J, B, Jones spent Sunday in Algona. W. B, Quarton goes to Missouri this iveek on a business trip. G. H. Light, Algona's one time land- ord, was over on a visit yesterday. J. W. Wadsworth came home this morning from a week's visit in Wiscon- in and in Chicago, Frank and J. F. Nicoulin went out to Dakota the first of the week to inspect tie land boom about Mitchell. T. Binford, one of Marshalltown's eading lavyyers, was in Algona yester- ay on business, and visited with C, C, I. Clair. The state grand army encampment is o be held at Ottumwa next week, May 0-12. Dr. Sheetz, Rev. Dorward and thers have expressed an intention of ttending. Mr. Moflatt and family went to Chiago yesterday. He will remain a reek and return, but his family will pend the summer visiting relatives in id about the city. In addition to Mrs. Tennant's sister nd niece here from Wisconsin, their aughter and husband from Hartley, nd friends from Minneapolis were pree- nt to attend Mies Delia's wedoin 'hey enjoyed a family reunion as well s a marriage. • ROMANCE IN REAL LIFE, A Story from Albany, N. Y., in which C. Byaon of Algona is a Prominent Figure. But the Facts Are Not Correctly Stated- Mr. Byson Gives the True Version of the Affair. How many incidents happen in the career of the ordinary citizen that would make the ground work of a novel ho one knows until some accident brings them to light. One of these was revealed not long since by an Albany, N. Y., paper, in which our fellow townsman, C. Byson, is the principal figure. The story as told is as follows: " When the postman who delivers mail along River street appeared in front of No. 527 yesterday morning, he brought to the little family on the second floor news that filled their cup of happiness to overflowing. Many years ago a young Dane named Christian Boyson determined to seek his fortune in America, so ho hid his tearful relatives good-bye and bravely went out into the wide world. Fortune smiled on him. He settled in a mining town in Pennsylvania and was soon in possession of a snug sum of money. But prosperity'did not turn his head. Ho thought of a pretty married sister whom he had promised to bring to America some day when he had made his fortune, and also of her manly young husband. His younger brother, John, now a farmer near Lansingburgh, had joined him. So he left this relative in charge of his property and returned to Denmark. Returning to his native city in Hadersleb, the wanderer was welcomed by his joyous relatives. Mr. Boyson brought his sister, her husband, and their one-yeur- old girl to this country and took thorn to his home. . " The brother-in-law, Martin Matson. who is at present employed in this city by Peterson & Packer, the coal merchants, was placed in charge of one of Christian's farms. John decided to move to Troy, and did so. Mr. Matsou stayed with Christian a year and a half, and then followed his younger brother-in-law. Christian was loth to part with his relatives. He was in poor health, and wanted Mr. Matson to care for part of his property while he went west. After the family had settled here they received one letter from Christian, and then lost all knowledge of his whereabouts. This was nearly eighteen years ago. "The letter left at Mr. Matson'a home yesterday morning was from the long-lost brother. In a few lines he asks if all the fam'ly are living, and requests them to write. The letter is dated Jan. 31, and was sent from Algona, Iowa. Christian is now a member of the firm of C. Boyson & Co., real estate and loan brokers, of Algona, Kossuth county, Iowa. Mr. and Mrs. Matson intend to visit their relative in the spring." The principal facts in this story, Mr. Byson says, are correct, the mistake being as to who was really lost. He went to Denmark and brought his sister and her husband to this country and set them up in business, but as a result of poor management they not only lost all they had, but also all his property went to satisfy their creditors, as he had gone their security. He came west, ind they, instead of writing or attempting to pay him what they owed, left him in the dark as to their whereabouts, and it was only after years and through his parents in Denmark that lie found out where they were. The whole story as given by the Albany paper makes a pretty romance, and again illustrates the many-sided experiences which come to every individual, and which are never dreamed of by his nearest associates. Special Sale of HOSIER Y --A.1 1 TUB- Grange Store, New and Varied Assortment at Extremely Low Figures. Do not fail to see our Ladies' Non-crocking Black Lisle Hose, for 500, the best in the market; everywhere worth 750. Also our Men's Bro. Balbriggan, Real Maco Thread Hose, at only 300 a pair—,$1.50 a box. The Best are the Cheapest. Also a complete line of lower-priced goods in Men's, Women's, and Children's—black and colors. We have used every effort to procure extra values in all grades, and have secured many bargains that will make this the most attractive sale of the season. Commences Tomorrow. MEKEY WEDDING- BELLS. A Jjnrge Reception Tendered to Mr. and Mrs, Max Herbst — Elegant Presents Displayed. In spite of the rain a very large com- mny gathered at the Tennant house )arlors Saturday evening for the wedding reception tendered to Max Herbst and his bride, and enjoyed an elegant 'epast spread for the occasion. The juests were invited at 8:30 o'clock, the vedding ceremony being performed at 7:30 by Rev. Davidson. Misses Maggie Winkel and Laura Tennant stood with .he bride, Messrs. Pearl Pugh and Sari Tennant with groom, all under a floral arch in the parlor. The guests taid at the reception until 10 o'clock, ,vhen the married couple spent a few ninutes at the dancing party at the Thorington, and then went to their lome fitted and waiting for them. ?his marriage unites two of Algona's sest known and popular young people, \s the elegant presents they received ully testified. No young lady in the •lace has more friends than the bride, ind no young lady is better prepared to idorn a happy and attractive home. Max has grown up with Mr, Chris- hilles in the store in which he is a mrtner, and is known to everybody for us success in business and his popu- arity among the young people. That many blessings may crown this union is he wish of all, NniTowly Escaped Death. Mr. J. P. Blaize, an extensive real estate dealer in Des Moines, Iowa, narrowly escaped one of the severest attacks of pneumonia while in the northern part of that state during a recent blizzard, says the Saturday Eeview. Mr. Blaize had occasion to drive several miles during the storm and was so thoroughly chilled that he was unable to get warm, and inside of an hour after his return he was threatened with a severe case of pneumonia or lung fever. Mr. Blaizo sent to the nearest drug store and got a bottle of Chamberlain's Cough Remedy, of which he had often heard, and took a number of large doses. He says the effect was wonderful and that in a short time he was breathing quite easily. He kept on taking the medicine and the next day was able to come to Des Moines. Mr. Blaize regards his cure as simply wonderful. Fifty cent bottles for sale by all druggists. J. R. FRASER wfll pasture 100 head of cattle on reasonable terms. Give him a call. The Best for Rheumatism. A traveling man who chanced to be in the store of E. V. Wood at McKees Rocks, Pa., says while he was waiting to see Mr, Wood, a litle girl came in with an empty bottle labeled Chamberlain's Pain Balm and said: -'Mamma wants another bottle of that medicine; she says it is the best medicine for rheumatism she ever used," Fifty cent bottles for sale by druggists. Grass Xiand to Bent. The east half of Sec. 8—94, 29, to rent. Must be let in quarters on or before May 7. Will be let to the best and highest bidder on sealed bids. Send bids to C. Byson, Algona, Iowa.—5t2 For Sale. The office building which we now occupy. HAY & RICE. E. REEVE & Co. now have a competent dressmaker in their establishment. HOUSE of seven rooms to rent. Inquire of Brunson & Co. Weather arid Crops. DES MOINES, April 3.—The past veek brought slightly improved weath- r conditions for farm operations, but he average daily temperature was two r three degrees below normal. Com'- ared with the average of recent years, he season is 15 to 18 days late. The otal deficiency of temperature since tfarch 1, is 152 degrees. There was a eneral frost on the morning of the 9th, but fruit is uninjured and the rospe^t is good. Sowing of small grain is quite gen- rally completed, but the unfavorable onditipns have caused a heavy de- rease in the acreage of oats, whea,t,and arley. This may result in a corre- ponding increase in the acreage of orn, millet, and flax, if the season be- omes more favorable. There is some omplaint of oats rotting in localities \rhere there has been the greatest ex- ess of moisture. Grass and winter rain are doing well. Good progress has been made in pre- aration of corn ground, and planting vill begin as soon as the weather will evmit. The amount of rainfall for the past week was generally below normal, and here was a deficiency of sunshine. D. S. FpRP'S stools oj Light mas is pure and as good as thei ^ a west. He has eggs for - E. REEVE & Co. have on hand everything in the millinery line at the very lowest prices.—4 MBS, JAS. OBB is agent for the Climax system of tailor-made dress cutting; also teaches it. In Mrs. Mcln- tyre's building,—It4 EXAMINE E, Reeve & Co.'s fine stock of spring hats and millinery goods before buying.—4 NEW and nobby styles of soft and stiff hats at Galbraith's. Pins, per package, - .QIC 12 doz Agate Buttons, .050 2 spools of Thread, - .ojc Ladies Hose, ?c up to Lace Curtains, per yard, Red Table Damask, " 38c Ladies' Oxford Ties, patent tips, - - $1.00 Ladies' Dongola Shoes, i.oo Ladies' hd. -turned shoes worth $4, only - 2.50 Child's Shoes from 2$c up Boys' Shoes from - 6$c up Men's Shoes from - 960 up Hats, from 2$c up to $3,50 Boys' Pants from - 3$c up Boys' Suits from - $1.25 up Flannel Shirts, 350 to $2.25 THE FISH, Fish, Fish— Mackerel, herring, white, salt or smoked, at Langdon & Hudson's.— 5t2 You want an umbrella— we have them in cotton, linen, and silk— all styles handles, at Galbraith's. TMour. 1 have reduced my patent Hour to $1.15 per sack. Every sack warranted, Other mill stuffs proportionately. Come and see mo. 2 14 J. J, WILSON. CORN — 20 cents delivered on mv farm. C. L. Lund.-61tf SWEET potatoes at Langdou & Hudson's,— 5$ ARBIVEB today, a new assortment of ladles' spring )a,okets at Galbraith's. B. WOLPERT, Propr. The originator of low prices on shoes in Algona. Store in the old Spear building Abstract Office. The undersigned having purchased the abstract books ofO. M. Ooxsee, A. D. Clarke & Co., and W. H. Nycum, are prepared to do neat and reliable work In that line at livimr prices. We have but one policy—that of fair dealing and courtesy toward all. With this, HniTnlwmmirnrl \\-\r •m«j-\i-iiT»+-*-n-vn.-. i-i4-..t A 4. „ j.4. AJ __' t,w*K>. wiuwt? tn- uiio um otnim ut U. Al; UOXS66 where wo will be pleased to meet and make the acquaintance of our patrons and all others who may favor us by calling. Very respect- iiuiy, ' , ' ABSTRACTERS. DO YOU WANT AN AUQTIQNIiR?

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