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",, i Cr, v^K^wiJ%lp-f^«I-S51 WTO-;*; \*':=•'-', ••• ' - ""-- ,'"*•"; - •- -" THE tJPFEB DBS MOtN&S; ALGOKA, IOWA, WEDNESDAY, MAY 6, 1891. -^L~u**a**—,*ix*lsu-c***4u**—z*i*L^*t^-a —-i-^,^-^^, '-****-*—***-*T-**lH^^e^*tiam,,iii,r, •«-'-.- ..-,./...,.,.. _-..*._.__ ,„.... t .....t. ,t. , ., ' , . _ • " THE NEWS OF THE COUNTY Woslef. WESLEY, May 5.—Thos. Gray's horse fell with him last Thursday, and nearly dislocated Trim's log. He goes crippling around ever since Hke an old pensioner. Qco. ftowo of Corwlth got off No. 3 last Thursday evening and drove overland to Corwith. George Is an old veteran and looks good for many years yet of service. A goodly number of our Wesley boys and several from Corwith took tho early morn- Ing train last Tuesday for Kmmotsburg to attend tho Odd Fellows' anniversary. The "boys all claimed to havo had a fine time and that slough water was plenty in Kmmots- burg, Ono of them taade tho remark that one Algona boy said he was too full for utterance. That is all right for an Algonaito, "but our Wesley boys never got so full but that there is abundant room left for utterance. The farmers rvro about all done seeding, and some of them havo commenced to plant 'corn. The ground Is In fine condition for planting. Wheat and oats are coming up lilcoly, and wo have prospects for another good crop this year. There is a larger average towed this year of small grain than last year by the same farmers. Besides there have boon over forty now farms opened u{> this year north of Wesley in Buffalo, Ilnmsay, and German townships. That will udd considerably to tho surplus grain that will bo marketed In this part of the county tho coming year. There has been over 80,000 bushels of grain marketed at Wesley during tho past year, and there Is more yet in tho hands of the farmers to come in. Who will dare stiy that Kossuth Is not a good farming county, and why can't a man do as well hero as anywhere In tho state. Wo have been informed directly that there are 1)0 farmers to locate In custom ICossuth and Hancock counties this coming year, all from Illinois. That is what tolls for our county, aud this is what •wo like to seo. Good citizens coming, nnd 'that to stay, and still there Is room loft for /hundreds more to come and find good liomcs. M. J. Kelloy, our depot agent, is going to move Into ono of Mr. Kiina' houses on tho 'corner of Main aud Third street. Now, Mike, why don't you go over in Park addi- 'tlon, buy yourself a lot and put yourself up .••a woo bit of n shade, got n pig, nnd put it aln tho stye, and live at homo) The new lumber yard opoim up in lino 'stylo. Mr. Atkinson is building tho, olttuo and sheds. They have ns lino n grade of lumber as over came to Wesloy. Hugh McCutchon is remodeling tho old store room formerly occupied by Brewer & 'Saucer, • Ho has raised It about throe foot, 'making It thirteen foot between floors, and •is building 18 foot more on the rour end. Ho intends to put In a general stock of merchandise as soon us he can got It finished. England last week. Mr. Watson's health was tho principal motive for going. E. Hulbcrt and Gayford Kenck are going to build new barns in the near future. A. H. Nafus Is having the wall laid for his new barn and expects to raise it after corn planting. Sabbath school at the Ames school house every Sabbath at 2 o'clock, preaching every other Sunday at 1 o'clock. Sadie Taylor commenced her School in tho Wilcox district last Monday. Mary Busklrk returned Saturday and commenced her school this morning. There have been two instances in this neighborhood where children pointed a gun at people within the the past Week, and in one case it was supposed the gun was loaded, as it had been taken to the field to shoot gophers. A little girl picked it up and pointed It at people passing along tho road. Children ought to bo taught to be more careful with fire arms. Cora Hanna went north yesterday, and there was a trunk In the back of the buggy. She teaches north of Ramsay. IiUVomo. LuVEitNE, May 4.—Rev. Phil Hanna was in town Friday. Tho free lecture at tho M. E. church Friday night had n fair attendance. Loroy Barton has moved Into the lower rooms cf the Flnnoll building. G. W. Hill and Wm. Flnnell went to Renwick tho first of this week. Corn planting Is tho order of tho day nt present. Some ore done. Mr. Williams, the barber at Whittomore, made our barber hero a short call on Monday. Call ngaln, Bro. Williams. Joseph Smith's little baby died on tho 20th and was buried at the cemetery hero lust week, Dr, Lacy and John Robertson wont to Emtnotsburg to attend the Odd Fellows' reunion. Rev. Eighmy nnd R. V. Scott went to Fort Dodge last week. Chas. Ford is moving Into tho residence ho purchased of J. II. Miller. Jud. Pope went to Renwick on Saturday evening. C. Daoumlor, our now merchant, arrived last week with his stock of goods. P. P. Simmons has bought tho O. B, Kline property and will move in soon. J. A. Welch is moving into tho J. A. Fin- noil property. *' And don't forget it; keep your eye continually upon this space, and remember that JONES HE PAYS THE FREIGHT I McOormick Harvesting Machine Co., • 1831 J. L Case Threshing Machine Co., - 1842 A, A. Cooper, wagons, - - - - 1840 P. P. Mast & Co., cultivators, etc., - 1843 James Selby & Co., planters, etc,, - 1850 D. S. Morgan & Co., mowers, - - 1834 Hearst, Dunn & Co., planters, - - 1860 John Deere, plows, etc., - - - 1854 Moline Wagon Co., wagons, etc., - - 1865 vJ. _ vJOlSTES Of the New Wigwam at Algona, Iowa, is agent for the above well-known and reliable institutions. Compare this list with anything you have seen, and then decide where to buy your farm implements for the season of 1891. *@~ I am agent for J. A. Hamilton's Hardwood Lumber and Wood, a full stock of which will be kept constantly on hand. Whlttoruoro. / May fi.—"Dick" Mul'ouo is rusticating in Dakota at prcseiit. O. M. Case of Spencer is tho temporary ticket agent and operator during "Dick's" vu- ciitiou. ,.••' Mrs, O. M. Case .rind baby arrived from Spencer this morning, and will remain in Whlttempro during her husband's stay. They nro stopping at tho Grand Central. Mrs. Dr. Felling returned from Eminots- —.— o «. burg this morning. She has been visiting Mr. McCutchon Is ono of Wesley's old busi- I there with friends and acquaintances for a tnoss men and wo welcome him buck to our town again. John Atkinson had his house moved on his lots in Park addition. Mr. Henderson did the job for him. Mr. A. is. the ilrstman to live in Park addition. Who will bo next? Some of our people nro talking corporation again. Lot us )iuvo our town incorporated. Lot everybody sny yes. A brother of Chns. Falks of Iowa county, Wis., has purchased tho Alcinas AVurd farm live miles northwest of town nnd has located there. .... There was n Dutch wedding not far from 'Wesley lust week, and our band wont out •'to toot their horns for thorn a little. The ^bride's father swears by Von Moltko, Bismarck, and King William that some ono •stole n keg of beor from him. No doubt the beer was taken or the old man would not havo said so, but wo don't believe any of tho band boys would have taken it. No sir, they would not. They might steal a few chiukcns or turkeys for a Thanksgiving fiuppor to beat the Dutch, but to steal higor beer, they aren't built Unit way. They wore not full in numbers, but H is whlsp- icred that (hio) they wore a full band just the same, It seems that there must havo been a ''tidal wave struck \m. It makes some think 'Of putting on their winter wraps again. There is considerable talk that there is a wedding going to take place before long in our town. The affair has boon kept quiet till a few weeks ago when by accident it was found out, «s nil suoli tilings generally are. Tho way it came to light was this: Tho young man that is interested sports a •full sot of false tooth, and one day lie took them out for some purpose and laid them up somewhere and forpot whore ho put them. In searching for thorn lie was hoard to make this remark: "Well it won't bo long till I will bo married and then I will have n place for everything and know 'whore to llnd it." In tho way of advice we will say, keep them in your mouth. Ed. Lloyd's team got frlghtncd last Saturday while in town and started off on a brisk run. They made several turns around town, but wore caught before any great damage was done. It seems that most everybody is iuvoat- i 3 considerable in fruit and ornamental = -cos this spring. This is all right. There ;,; nothing that makes homo look so ploas- it.ut us a few trees and Mowers planted Around tho house. Thos. Way of britt drove over la our town lust Sunday. H. C. Hollonbuck has quit the linn of l-iawaon & Oleson Bros., and intends going into business for himself. Ho has purchased the stock of furniture of Lnwson & Oleson Bros., and will open a store in that lino in Mr. Kuuz' brick block. Wo wish Mr. H. success in this enterprise. Rev. Thompson filled the pulpit hero last Sunday evening for Rev. McBride. Rev. rhompson gave us a good sermon and his many friends were glad to seo him again. Rev, iJoBrldo's family ure getting along alcely. It will not be long till they will bo ible to be around again, Hurt. Bum, May 3.—We are enjoying a fresh, lealthful breeze the last few days, just to •emind us that we uro still in northern iowa. The farmers thut are ready to plant ioi'n will be glad to seo the weather moderate. Henry Wat»on and sou Rob started for few days. Henry Gootsch shipped 81 cases "of eggs Friday nnd 20 cases Saturday, all of which wore bought within three or four days, The festive fly has already made its appearance, and wo will bet your last year's screen windows and doors are just where you placed them last fall. Carry Ridgewuy is putting in the foundation for his now residence. Mr. Swanson 1ms the carpenter work. Fred Scott has sold his town property and lias gone to farming. Another carload of hogs was shipped from hero Sunday night, by J. M. Farley. Fred Munch wont to Emmotsburg, Saturday, on a visit to his aunt, Mrs. Adron. Henry Gootsch wont to tho burg, Saturday, to close up tho sale of a piece of land ho owned near Cylinder. A year ago ho bought this 80 acres for 81,000, and sold it Saturday for $1,900. J. M. Farley thinks ho has tho grip. Wo think it more than likely that tho grip has Farley. Bo it as it may, lie has been con- lined at Ilia home for the past two or three days. Wo are afraid thut our electric light enterprise, spoken of hist week, will not bo carried out, for the present, at least. John Greighton thinks now that Whittomoro is rather more in need of a system of water works than electric lights, to protect our many frnnio structures in case of fire, Ho says, "if aflro should break out in this frame row it would surely swoop Wliitto- moro out of existence." Right you nro John, By all moans lot us havo water works. Who says, " prohibition prohibits;" Ask BOUIO of the boys where they get their tanglefoot." Havo wo any boot-loggers3 Joe Do Gravv has put up an acre and a half (more or loss) of platform for his agricultural implements. Oeo. E. Boyle returned Saturday evening from liis business trip to Chicago and other eastern places. Some 10 or 13 days ago John Wichler shipped two carloads of hay to Marion, this state, and a few days thereafter received n telegram saying tho hay had heated in tho car, and that it would bo an entire loss; so ho took tho lirst train for Marion, and on arrival there found tho facts as above stated. Ho then shipped tho hay from there to Poorin, 111., to some distilling firm, where lie realized enough out of tho shipment to lot him out with n loss not to exceed $100. Cook Bailey says ho don't like to bo called the largest man in northwestern Iowa. Ho says, "1 can't soo how people can got such un idea when tho Lord knows that I have to stand twice to make u shadow." Cook says further that your correspondent either misrepresented him in last week's Whitteinore item, or that it must have been u typo- praphicul error. Tho item should have rend, the " laziest man" instead of "lurg ost," ns quoted. Dr. Felling, we are jnforined, has bought another team, a span of four-year-olds, from Chas. Minky of Foirvillo. Doe. will now have two teams to drive. Dr. J. M. Pride of Algona and Dr. Thompson of Hampton were seen on our streets lust week. The doctor came over to see his colts that ho loft with Mr. Bailey last fall, one having received some injury from some unknown cause. Nearly $500 worth of shrubbery, fruit and shade trees were delivered here Saturday, by tho Charles City Nursery company, H. P. Hatch, our postmaster, making tho delivery for tho company. TOPICS 03?''THE TIME. , ''Ruby Is Sick. Tho woeful expression of n DCS Moinesteam- ster^oountenance showed his cloop anxiety was/hot without cause, when ho inquired of a druggist of the sivmo .city what was boat to give n baby for a cold. It was not necessary for him to say more; his countenance showed that the po.t of tho family, if not tho idol of his life, was in distress. "Wo give our baby Chamberlain's Cough Remedy," was the druggist's answer. " I don't like to give tho baby ouch strong medicine," said tho teamster. " You know John Oleson of the "VVaters-Talbot Printing company, don't you!" inquired the druggist. " His baby, when eighteen months old, got hold of a bottle of Chamberlain's Cough Remedy and drank the whole of it. Of course it made the baby vomit very freely, but did not injure it in the least, and what ia more it cured the baby's cold." The teamster knew already the value of the remedy, having used it himself, and was now satialled that there For AU iimiuvjii., (bun M »vo All/tV OilUiaUtlU LIltlLi I was no danper in giving it oven to a baby, sale by F. VV. Dlngley. He Wants It Known. Mr. J. H. Straub, a woll-lcnown Gennan citizen of Fort Madison, Iowa, was terribly aC- liicted with Inflammatory rheumatism when Mr. J. F. Salmon, a prominent druggist there, advised him to use Chamberlain's Pain Balm. One bottle of it cured him. His case was a very severe one. Ho Buffered a great deal, and now wants others similarly al'lllcted to know what cured him. Fifty cent bottles for sale by F. W. Dlngloy._ L. T. MARTIN of Humboldt wishes to inform his friends in this section that he will bo on his old beat this season. Ho is woll known. Those requiring his services should wait his coming;.-210 1 Height of Cruelty. Nervous women seldom receive the sympathy they deserve. While often the pictures of heullh they lire constantly ailing. To withhold .sympathy from those unfortunates Is the height of cruelty They have a weak heart, causing shortness of breath, Muttering, pnin in the side, weak and hungry spells, and llna"y swelling of ankles, oppression, choking, smothering, and dropsy. Dr. Miles' New lleiirt Cure is just the thing for them. For their nervousness, headache, weakness, etc., his Restorative Nervine 's unequaled. Fine treatise on Heart and Nervous Diseases and marvelous testimonials free. Sold and guaranteed bv F. W. Dlngley. 'f) * A Mystery Explained. Tho papers contain frequent notices of rich, pretty, add educated girls eloping with negroes trumps, nnd coachmen. The we'1-known specialist, Dr. Franklin Miles, says all such girls are more or less hysterical, nervous, Impulsive, unbalanced; usually .subject to headache, neuralgia, sleeplessness, Immoderate crying or laughing. These show a weak nervous system for which there Is no remedy equal to Restorative Nervine. Trlnl iiotti.es and a line book, containing many marvelous cares, free at F. W. Dlngley's, who also sells and guarantees Dr. Miles' celebrated New Heart Cure, the Boost of heart tonics. Cures fluttering, short breath, etc. (j * HUMAN SYMPATHY. Sometimes when one kneels, on a lonely night; And cries "0 God!" and then is dumb for teora That leap up, choking, do you think ho hears? Do yon think he understands aright What would be plead by those lips dumb and white? Do you think he hears the sobs that leap From that worn bosom even after sleep Has closed the eyes with pressure kind and light? Ah 1 often havo I knelt in midnights vast And cried "O Godl"—no other word could speak, But knelt in dumb despair until at last I felt his peace in sweet tears on my oh eek. ' Oh, poor heart! think of me that bitter 'day When you must kneel alone, too sad to pray! —Boston Traveler. A Costly New Necklace. No account of the jewels worn by Miles' Nerve and Liver Pills Act on a new principle-regulating the liver, stomach, and bowels through the nerves. A new dls covery. Dr. Miles' Pills speedily cure blllousness- bad taste, torpid liver, piles, constipation. Un- eqimled for men, women, and children. Smallest, mildest, surest I Fifty doses 25 cents. Samples free at F. W. Dlngley's drug store. E. REEVE & Co. sell hats for 25 cent8,-ot2 Belgrade lace A Little (Jlrl's Kxpcrienco in a Lighthouse. Mr. mid Mrs. Loren Trescott are keepers of the government lighthouse at Sand Beach, Mich., nnd are blessed with a daughter four years old. 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Iowa, April 81, lew. 4t8 ANNIE ANDOBFKB, Executrix. women prominent in Washington society would be complete without a mention of the magnificent diamond necklace purchased two winters ago by Col. John D. Langhome for his wife. The necklace, brought to Washington by a dealer in precious stones, was first placed> on exhibition by one of tho leading jewelers in the city, and for several weeks thereafter was more widely talked and written about than anything of the kind since the international discussion over the diamonds sent by tho khedive to Gen. Sherman's daughter upon the occasion of her marriage to Lieut. Thackara. The stones were not only of unusual size, but each one was absolutely flawless, and it was said that the collector had traveled from end to end of Europe in order to obtain the number of stones necessary for the completion of the necklace. Finally, after many conflicting rumors as to the ultimate destination of tho necklace, it was purchased for a small fortune by Col. Langhorne as a Christmas present for his wife. Subsequently it was decided to place it for safe keeping in the vaults at Rigg's bank until the undesirable tumult of talk concerning it had subsided.—Washington Letter. Miss Abbott's Care of Her Health. Miss Abbott's illness is a grim sarcasm upon the exceeding care which she took of herself for the last twelve years. No other woman upon the stage exercised greater vigilance in the protection of her health. The pains which Miss Abbott took to secure proper rest and sleep made that lady a veritable terror to hotel proprietors. She invariably insisted upon a room at the top of the house, and this apartment had to be hung around with blankets and quilts to exclude light and noise. Tho dread of draughts kept her in constant terror, and never during the season would she venture out of doors without being enveloped in furs and rugs. Of horses she was particularly afraid, and, although she was compelled to employ them almost constantly, she never had a feeling of security while in a carnage. Never was there a woman so completely a slave to her regard for the welfare of her physique, and it is hard to understand how she came to violate the injunctions of the physician who apprised her of tho consequences likely to follow her appearance in Salt Lake City while a severe cold was upon her.— Chicago News. I.udlos, Bewuro of the Dog, If a dog's bark is often worse than his bite, so, too, are the "kisses" which he bestows on his human friends, 'A distinguished Viennese medical authority has just announced the rapid spread in Austria-Hungary of a new disease hav-. ing its origin in the osculations offered by small lapdogs to their mistresses. These pets, by kissing their fair owners' faces, impart a disease germ known as the cistercus, which eventually finds its way to the liver and other organs. 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