The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa on July 13, 1892 · Page 8
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K^f,? ^" - / \ t}PP£B BES MOINEB: ALGONA, IOWA, WEDNESDAY, JULY 18, 1892, a*^mbiSt&*iiA*-&**UiUi~3i*tlf*mit*3**-*£^x^i!^^ ,_ ^ 7 7 _ .. ... ...... _:„.,-.,.,...--.,,..-,, ...„..., ADJOOBFED JTHTE SES8IOH. The Connly Board Finishes tTp Some Odds and Ends of Huslness. The chief work of the countj- board At the adjourned session was arranging for polling booths and ballot boxes under the new election law. A contract was made with Carter & Hussey for a steel booth, and L. D. Lovel and J. B. Hofius are a committee to attend to the matter. The report of the committee to examine the treasurer's and auditor's books was accepted. HOUTI.VE REPOHT. Lotts Creek allowed $25 for bridge on 28-96,80. K. O. Movick and L. J. Close gave 1500 bond to grade on 34-94, 30. Auditor to build side walk across east end of north f of lot 8. block 18, Algona. H. Austin authorized to have Email pile driver repaired. Petition for grade on southeast of 196, 28 laid over; alao on northeast of 36 and northeast of 21-100, 27. Twenty-five dollars given to repair grade leading to Call's bridge. Petitions for grades on 9-95, 20: on 24-96. 27; on 11-94, 29; for ditching in Luvei-ne; for relocated road 5-98, 29; for ro;id asked by B. Maston in Irvington; for road asked by Klingelhofer in Wmtii-iiiore: and for road asked by MeeekL' in Prairie, were all laid over till September. Bridge on southeast 22-94, 29, not allowed. August Studer allowed -19: Olof Berquist, £>0: Chas. Hanna, SO; E. W jDonovan, $3, for stock killed by dogs! J. Holtz committee to do grading on florth line of 21-96. 29: to build 3Moot bridge on south line of 29-97. 29- to •make ditch in Ramsay, asked by M. to grade slough between 24-98 V 8 -, 29 ' also between 19 anti ° do Bradley & Nicoulin Are agents for the luber Separator V.1T And Engine. LOOK. !M_StandardMower. on L. D. Lovell committee to view and Mneeded build 32-foot bridge on section 34-94, 30, also to build if needed 32-foot bridge between 34 and 35-94, 30: to rebuild grade and bridge on 7-94; 29: to view bridges at foot of King's hill and on 34-94, 30. H. C. Hollenbeck committee to grade on north line of 6-95, 28, and on 24-96, ^/; to grade on northwest of 8-98, 27; to view following grades and bridges: On 34-96, 27, 11-97, 27, 34-96, 27, Ind bridge across Blue Earth river on 6-99, J. O. Raw-son committee to grade and ditch on northwest of 4-95. 29; on east *?o« £?~ 96 ' 29; lo rebuild br i<tee on xS»-«0, vO across Lotta Creek; to in-ade tW north line of 29-96, 30; and to report on following grades and bridges: On 18-96, 30, 28-96, 29, 4-95, 30. The diagonal road north of the catholic cemetery was accepted, and at Bancroft the road at the west end of Ramsay street was vacated and a new ono located running west 80 rods and north 300 feet to county road. Transfer of $1,000 from school to county fund. Taxes of $23.70 refunded on south half of 10-98, 27. Clerk's fees since Apr. ], §127.75. Schedule of Claims. COUNTY KUNB. J W Hoblnson, lawn mower etc ? 1500 0 B HutchlnH, com to nettle with treasurer and auditor as oo E V Swettlng, name 50 00 Albert Ogren, trustee Led yard 200 A B Kinney, Bame Gartteld 200 Nathan Studer, same Prairie 4 00 CReibsamen, clerk Buffalo o 00 G M Parsons, clerk Sherman o 00 Paul Dorweller, clerk Garlleld » 00 Eugene Tellier, constable 400 Olof Johnson, name 440 J G Graham, sheriff feus 54 00 W L JoHlyn, county attorney 1 ~>0 00 J WHinehon, printing 71 70 I'OOK FUND. John Robinson 80 S Henjamln convoying patient to poor house 1 20 Wm Bakor, h ay for poor farm 7 35 J Laird, goods for poor farm H no J J Wilson, same y.'i 40 Ghas McCorrnick, county physician 70 00 13 Bailey, labor on poor farm 8 00 J H Queal & Co., coal forpoor farm ... 040 Wm Mericle, ono churn 400 J ORawson, com work 3 04 HHWUK VUNV. John Robinson, nails and rope 5 20 Alpheus Johnson, work on grade etc.. 20 75 J W Sampson, work Ulackford grade.. 12 75 S P Johnson and W Hamilton axing theSands bridge 27 00 H Austin, partial payment work on the grade on 20-07, 30, and 30-07, 20.,.. 10000 FJ Fowler, work on grade 17-07, 20.. 1 50 Prank Stone, repairing pile driver and building bridge 40 50 i, D Lovell, com work 1)20 HO Hollenbeck, same 43 MH J Holtz, same 454 J O llawson, same :JK 84 H Austin, lumber for grade 720 Oeo. H«ndren, work on grade 450 Perry Wllklns 300 ;NBANK POND. A P Hall, l?.i days board J James 1 75 Members were allowed for services the following: It D Lovell 900 J Holtz 1004 H C Hollenbeck 044 JO UawHon 080 That this mower is not equaled is admitted by everyone We are also agents for © The Empire Binder, which has less pieces than any other binder manufactured. Remember that our steam thresher will be exhibited every Saturday. Don't fail to see it. The Single Apron, Wood, Minneapolis, and Buckeye Specimen Onsen. S. H. Clifford of New Castle, Wis., was troubled with ncumlgln and rheumatism, his stomach wus disordered, his liver was affected to un alarming degree, appetite fell away, and ho WUB terribly reduced in ilesh and strength. Three hollies of Electric Bitters cured him. Edward Shepherd of HttiTishurg, 111., hud a running sore on his leg of eight years' standing; used three bottles Electric Hitters and seven boxes Buck- Ion's Arnica Salve and his leg is sound and •well. Jno. Speaker of Cutawbu, O., had five largo fever sores on his log; doctors said ho was incurable; one bottle Electric Bitters and one box Arnica Salvo entirely cured him. Sold by L. A. Slieote. 8 Now Try Thin, It will cost you nothing and will surely do you good if you have a cough, cold, or any trouble with throat, chest, or lungs. Dr. King's Now Discovery for consumption, coughs, and colds is guaranteed lo give ro lief, or money will bo paid back. Sufferers from la grippe found it just the thing, and under its use had a speedy and perfect recovery. Try a sample bottle at our expense and learn for yourself just how good a tiling it is. Trial bottles free at Ii. A. Sheote.' Large sine, 50c and $1. 8 Clionper oud Hotter. Tho St. Paul Pioneer Press bus sprung ti pleusunt surprise on its large family of readers by making a great reduction in the price of its daily and Sunday editions when a year's subscription is prepaid. Tho now rates aro as follows, payment to be made strictly in advance. Daily and Sunday, ono year, $8.60; Daily without Sunday, ono year $7; Sunday only, one year, $1.50. Rates for less period remain the same us before. This is a reduction of from 16 to 25 per cent., and it means a boom iu circulation for the Pioneer Press. A year's eubspriptton now will carry \ ^ * • . '• • "IP* BINDERS! Wood New Tubular Steel and Buckeye Mowers, .... Acme and Loudan Hay Harvesting Machinery, Rock Island Hay Loaders, Binding Twine, etc. The Finest Assortment of Carriages,, Spring and Lumber Wagons to be found. Call! at. our new- warehouse, west of the court house. A. M. & G. M. JOHNSON.. you through the conventions, the campaign, the election and inauguration. The Pioneer Press has so materially improved in the past few months that it is more thaa ever the representative northwestern paper. Many new features have been adopted. Amongothers its Scandinavian news, to which a column is devoted weekly; its sporting and horse department and much new matter of merit. Address all orders to The Pioneer Press Co., St. Paul, Minn. Almost Drowned la Bawdagt. Men have lost their lives in quick- sands, but seldom, if ever, has any man come nearer sinking down to death in quick sawdust than did Merchant Tailor E. W. Batzle, of Williamsport Walking along eight or ten yards from the river bank, upon what he did not know was made ground almost entirely composed of sawdust, he began to sink before he realized any danger. After he had gone down to his waist, and could not regain the shore, he removed his upper garments and threw himself as fast as possible out into the river, where he struck wading ground and made his way in the water around the treacherous sawdust tract.—Cor. Philadelphia Record. It is believed that a well planned system for improving the breeds of cattle, horses and hogs throughout all Canada will be soon taken in hand by the administration, This would add greatly to the value of the permanent "living plant" of the people and to "practical politics" in the best sense. A trained bat belonging to William Hester, of Spring Hill, Pa., conveys messages like a carrier pigeon. Its speed is very great—more than two miles a minute. It recently flew a mile iu 37J seconds. Recent experiments in Queensland have shown that mother-of-pearl shells can be made to produce pearls artificially. Wo Offer You a Remedy tvhich Insures Safety to Id/e of Hotter and Child. MOTHER'S FBIEH Robs Confinement of Ita Pain ; Howor < AfteruslDgonebotlleof "niotlii'r'-i Vrloml" 1 Buffered but lUtlo pain, ami Ulduotexpurtuiiou thai wuaknuss afturwurd usual In such CUSLJ.— He*. ANNIE QAau, Lamar, Mo., Jan. 15th, 1891. Sent by express, charges prepaid, on rnculpc <>t price, (l.SO per bottlo. Book to Mothers mulled trout. BBAUFIELU JUEGULA'l'tm CO., ATLANTA, GA, BOLD BY ALL DRUGGISTS. Sold by_ L. A. SIIEETZ, Algona. DO YOU WANT AN AUCTIONEER? AUCTIONEER, collec- Will cry city and farm property, make c tions, etc. All business of a private nature strictly confidential. Offlce with p. M. Taylor, over Howard'?. \ PROFESSIONAL DIRECTORY.. ^-~ ~-~- ^^ —^-— -~^^.^, CEO. E. CLARKE, ATTORNEY AT LAW. Office over First National Bank, Algona,.IHi. W. B. QUARH/ON, ATTORNEY AT LAW. Over Kossuth County banfa,. Algona, E. H. CLARICE, ATTORNEY AT LAW. Collection agent. Over Koaauth Co. bank- DANSON BROS., ATTORNEYS AT LAW* Loans and collections. Over Frank Broex. S. S. SESSIONS, ATTORNEY AT' LAW. Prompt collections. Money toloan on chattel security. Over ClalscMlles'store. L. K. OARFIELD, M. D., PHYSICIAN AND' Office, State st., one door easd of Coi-dlngley. Besidence, McGregor St., east oX the public school buiiidlng H. C. McCOY, M, D., PHYSICIAN ANIX SURQEON. Special attention to/eity practice. PHYSICIAN AND SURGEON, Algona, Iowa. J. M. PRIDE, M. D,, PHYSICIAN AND SUR&EON. Office over Bailey Bras' store, on State street, Algona, Iowa. G. T. WEST, M. D., PHYSICIAN AND SUR&EON, Next door to J. G. Smith's store, Algona, la. J. E. HILL, M. D., PHYSICIAN AND SURGEON. Wesley, Iowa. Day and night calls attended to with promtiiess. T. J. FELLING, M. D., PHYSICIAN AND SURGEON. Consultation in English and German. Office and residence over H. Goetsch's store Whlttemore, Iowa. DR. GEO. J. HOLTFOERSTER, PHYSICIAN AND SURGEON. West Uend, Iowa. Special attention to diseases of the skin. Fits, epilepsy, etc., cured. THE ALGONA SUPPLY HOUSE Will furnish you anything in the line of CREAMERY :: SUPPLIES, Prices guaranteed. Send your orders when In lu . orers w need of anything, and they will £e a?. , tended to promptly. Step in- To our new office and do'not fail to get some of the Bargains Jf we are now offering. Lumber never was so cheap in Algona. We can meet competition and still make a good' profit for ourselves. J. A. Hamilton & Co. GrEO. E. HAMILTON, Agent. THE JOHN PAUL LUMBER GO. SUCCESSORS TO J. J. WILSON. Office and yard on Dodge street, south of State, ALGONA, IOWA. Handles the best of all descriptions of Which includes everything that is possibly needed for the construction of anything / rom a picket fence to the very finest residence. WE MEET ALL COMPETITION. Come and give us a chance to figure your bills, and we will prove to you that what we say is the truth. C9 BO CO S3, CD Undertaking and embalming will always receive careful and personal attention. Prices are reasonable. 0. L. LUND. cSc [Successors to C. L. Lund-Established 1880 ] REAL ESTATE DEALERS with ,^V^, lsposeotthelr Property to call on iiHTt/T, "' no «hern Iowa, and we MY™ with us. {S"As soon as sprlnir onena w« h^S. = i» at our offlce in Algona, or to correspond states who are ready to come out and S^OUM a^w^ 6 , ? urabflr 9 f customers from the eastern "^ e , n ' alr dei "">e- ^d If you want t^^vn?^^^™, »« »» ?^o«»We»te8... 1 '??J l S Don't fail to see the Reliable Process Gasoline Stove. The Original New Process. calUnd get prices on hardware. I ^KSf^^^^ "W ', Iowa. 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