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ESTABLISHED 1866. ALGOKA, IOWA, WEDNESDAY, JUKE'10, 1891. VOL. XXVI--NO. 11. The Grange Store, CLAJEBKHSTS, <3-xoceri©f3,, Etc. Successor to J. J, Wilson. Office and Yard on Dodge street, south of State, ALG-ONA, - IOWA. ALEX. WHITE, Agent. Handles the best of all descriptions of Which includes everything that is possibly needed for the construction of anything from a picket fence to the very finest residence. Come and give us a. chance to figure your bills, and we willprove that this is not merely idle talk. To buy your where you will find The Variety, the Quality, And the Prices Reasonable. Home-made harness a specialty. 1 , s. STOTTQ-S.. GO GO Undertaking and embalming'will always receive careful and personal attention. Prices are reasonable. Farm Loans. I can now make loans on improved lands, from one to ten years time, and give the borrower the privilege of paying the whole loan or any part thereof in even $100 at any date when interest falls due. This is Iowa money, aha no second mortgage or coupons taken. This plan of making a loan will enable the borrower to reduce his mortgage at any time and save the interest on the amount paid. Money furnished at once on perfect title. Call on or address H. HOXIE, Algona, Iowa. M. Z. UKOVE. JOHN GROVE. Livery, Feed, and Boarding Stable. West of Thorington House. M. Z, GBQVE, Manager. PROKSSIONAL DIRECTORY. X^fcj'^-^ikXXrf'-^l'V^X^^X^w'^^^rf•%H>'*iii^<>^ l »uHW B W*^'*W-iWv*V^-^^N^N, GEO. E. CLARKE, ATTORNEY AT LAW. Office over First National bank, Algona. la. W. B. QUARTON, ATTORNEY AT LAW. Over Kossuth County bank, Algona, Town. E. H. CLARKE, ATTORNEY AT LAW. . illectlon agout. Over Kossuth Co. bank. DANSON BROS., ATTORNEYS AT LAW. Loans and collections. Over Frank Bros. S. S. SESSIONS, ATTORNEY AT LAW. Prompt collections. Money to loan on cliuttc security. Over Chrischilles' store. L. K. GARFIELD, M. D., PHYSICIAN AND SURGEON. Office, State st., one door east of Cordingloy Residence, McGregor St., east of tho public school building. H. C. McCOY, M. D., PHYSICIAN AND SURGEON. Special attention to city practice. MORSE & PRIDE, PHYSICIANS AND SURGEONS Office east of Rutherford house, Algoua, Iowa, G. T. WEST, M. D., PHYSICIAN AND SURGEON. 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 promtness. T. J. FELLING, M. D., PHYSICIAN AND SURGEON. Consultation In English and German. Office and residence over H. Gootsch's store, Whlttemore, Iowa. DR. GEO. J. HOLTFOERSTER, PHYSICIAN AND SURGEON. West Bend, Iowa. Special attention to diseases of the skin. Fits, epilepsy, etc., cured. BANKING INSTITUTIONS. Kossuth County Bank, CAPITAL ............................... 850,000 Incorporated under general laws of Iowa. eposits received, money loaned, foreign and domestic exchange bought and sold. Collec- ;lons made promptly, and a general banking msiness transacted. Passage tickets to or 'rom the old countries sold at lowest rates. WM. H. INUIIAM .................... President I. B. JONES .................... Vice President LEWIS H. SMITH ...................... Cashier Directors— Wm. H. Ingham, John G. Smith, J. B. Jones, T. Chrischilles, Lewis H. Smith, J. W. Wadsworth, Barnet Devine. The First National Bank XO-W.A.. CAPITAL ............................... 850,000 Special attention given to collections. AMBROSE A. CALL ................. President D. II. HUTCHINS .............. Vice President T. C. BLACKFOUD ..................... Cashier Directors— Ambrose A. Call, D. H. Hutching, J. C. Blackford, Philip Donvellor, Wm. K, Ferguson, A. D. Olarlto, C. B. Hutchlns. Money always on hand to loan at reasonable •ates to parties furnishing first-class security. FARMERS' AND TRADERS' BANK, I. M, Richmond ..................... President K. B. Richmond ................. Vice President A, B. Richmond ........................ Cashier Transacts a general banking business. Col- ectlons a specialty. Money transferred to all jarts of the United States and Europe at low ates. Tickets to and from the old country for ale. Taxes paid for residents and non-resl- lents. Abstract of title furnished on tho same day applied for. sa. :M: DEALER IN EEAL ESTATE. Loan and Insurance Ay't and Notary Public. 30,000 acres of prairie lands and improved arms for sale or rent. Village property for ale or rent. Now Is the time to secure you a lome before three prospective railroads are ilt, which will advance the price of land bo- 'oud the reach of the average home-seeker, COMMERCIAL HOUSE, Jancroft, Iowa, R. M. Richmond, proprietor. First-class house. Satisfaction guaranteed, Special attention to the traveling nubile State Bank of Bancroft AUTHORIZED CAPITAL. ........... 8100,000 Incorporated under general laws of Iowa. Transacts a general banking business. Mony loaned, foreign and domestic exchange bought and sold, collections a specialty. Real state loans procured and Insurance furnished. vfotes purchased. Large list of wild lands and mproved farms for sale and rent. S. T. KKSEBVEY .................... President B. N, BKUKB...... ............ Vice President 01JAS. R. JIOREHOUSE....: .......... Cashier Direotora^-G. S. Ringland, S. T. Meservey, B. N. Bruer, J. B. Johnson, C. Korslund. MORTGAGES— 'be best tot chattel work. Alway Upper Des Moll at tbe THE NEWS OF THE WEEK Of tho 33 trotters that have record of 2:15 or bettor only 15 have trotted n good as 2:15 in races. The Eagle Grove Gazette says nglov contest between Jock Ingalls of Abor deen, S. D., nnd Harry Turpin of Idt Grove, took place Tuesday morning a 5 a. m., on tho edge of Huniboldt coun ty, about three and a half miles west o Eagle Grove. Both men wore in gooc condition and four rounds were sparred without much damage to either party Tho contest ended in a victory foi Ingalls. Both men showed science ii the art of boxing and much grit and en durance. Nino ounce gloves were used, John P. Irish, Iowa's noted democrat, seems to bo out of a job in California. Tho Alta California, tho paper ho edited, has suspended publication. Tho Monticollo Express says a Cascade girl assigns tho followingsuillciont reasons for not being married: "T lave considerable money of my own, I itivo a parrot that swears, a monkey ilmt chows and a stovo that smokes, so '. have no need, of a husband." Thb Columbian commission hold a >usiness session last Wodnsday in Dos Moinos, with Vice President Crosby in ho chair. A committee composed of J. P. Duncombo, Henry Stivers, J. W. arnegan, S. H. Mallory and S. B. 'uckard was selected to prepare resolu- ions in respect to Judge Johnstono, vho was president of tho commision. Mrs. Whiting S. Clarke, president of ho Iowa Women's board, Mrs. Hunter, Mrs. Hepburn and Miss Robinson wore resent and spoko regarding tho vomon's exhibit at tho world's fair, "osoph Eiboeck, the United States com- uissioner for Iowa, gave a sharp talk n tho needs of a largo appropriation or tho Iowa department of tho world's air, and urged tho unceasing labor of ho commission and of the press to se- ure the largest sum possible in the .oxt legislature. Superintendent Sain reported progress in tho educational .apartment, and Secretary Chase read lis report of work done in his olltco, •hich showed that the pcoplo all over ho state are awakening and becoming uthused with tho idea that tho Hawk- yo state must keep up her record us lie best state in the union. Thoro was n evening session at which reports of lie committees were road and tho reasurer reported a balance on hand f $3,201.27. One faro round trip tickets have been cured for tho state conventions. Tho epublicana meet at Cedar Rapids July and tho democrats at Ottumwa, Juno 3. One hundred and thirty-six carloads f strawberries were recived in Chicago n tho 22nd 23rd of May—tho largest uantity over received in tho same time :i any city in the west. The price had o come down and they were huriodly hipped out to interior dealers, without rdors, in order to save them. This hipment made 64,000 crates. Thoro re 24 boxes to tho crate. This makes ,560,000 bpxes, or more than one box o each inhabitant. Tho boxes average 40 berries to tho box and, as figured ut, 218,400,000 berries were landed in Chicago in the two days named. On ccount of tho overstock they sold at rom 25 to 50 cents per crate. Tho esti- nated consumption of strawberries in Jhicago is twenty cars or 10,000 crates cr day. Senator James P. Wilson is still in ill ealth from tho effects of the grip. Purloy & Stine, Tama county, have icovored u verdict against tho Chiago, Milwaukee & St. Paul Railroad ompany for $750 damages by reason o* 10 company shipping into tho county cow that was afflicted with Texas over which caused an epidemic among 10 plaintiff's cattle. Robert Adams, aged 50, a resident f Manly, loved wisely but not well. le became infatuated with Miss Rose Jergerdes, aged 20, and upon the prora- se that ho would deed his valuable farm o her she consented to be his wifo. hortly after tho winsome lady went to lock wall to keep house for George C. \.rmsburg. Last week she returned to or Adam, and the deed was made out, he consideration being igl,500, with ijsl aid in hand. They left for homo, tho marriage to take place in four or five ays, but it did not. She returned to er George at Roekville and the next ay but one they came to Northwood, here another deed was made and roperly filled, conveying the land to eo. C, Armsburg, consideration $1,600 ith $5 paid in hand. They left to- ether, and the old man is left alone, adder, but we hope wiser. Action has een commenced by his children, on xe ground of alleged fraud. Just n Moment, 1'leaso. This is a show advertisement; tho how is coming here; it is coming soon and sure; it is a very Inrgo show; in fact it is three big shows combined. Tho name of tho snow is Dick's New Model Circus, Museum nnd Menagerie, an entire new show, n show that is sure to please you. Only one ring, only ono act at a time, only ono stnge, only ono price, 25 cents. See tho parade nnd visit our grounds, and if appearances don't suit you give us the go-by. You can toll a snap. Enquire about us. Will exhibit at Algona on Saturdav, July 20. FKOM THE COUNTY TOWNS. LU VERNE. LuVEKNE, Juno 8.—Dr. Lacey went to Minneapolis tho lust of tho week on business. John Collinson of Rcnwick Sundnyed at D. Rnnun's. W. B. Pearson is building another large barn near Renwick. Jake Hixerodt and wife of Livermoro Sundayed at tho Revere house. W. A. Patterson had the misfortune to IOHO ono of his best driving teams on Sunday morning by drowning, lie sent Ills man down to tho crook, near tho M. & St. L. railroad bridge, lo wnah a buge'v. Tho man washed tho buggy and then hitched tho team on anil Irovo them into the water to rinse tho £ff.V» when tho loam became 11111111111- igeablo and got in where the water was ibout 10 feet deep nnd drowned. The :mui, whoso name is Blood, went under with them but caino out all right; but :t was a close call, as the buggy top was jp, which made it dillleult to get out. Rumor has it that wo are to have a low hotel, costing $3,000, to be built by i local stock company. S. C. Platt has purchased tho lot lorth of Lichty & Guthrlo'H store. A load of drunken " hoodos" camo up rom one of our neighboring towns to ittcnd tho dance here, and ono of our andlords found some of his chairs in ho street next morning. The city dads held a mooting last vepk. Goo. Hill drove to Lunl last week. J. Knauhlbauch has accepted a posi- ion as clerk in a store at Clear Lake, LIU! look his departure Monday. J. Dooms, who has boon visiting in 'ackson county for three weeks past, •oturned last Tuesday. It is reported that K A. Lovoll has old his hotel building to D. Dimler & Son for a store building. Considora- ion, §1,600. ... WH1TTEMORE. WuriTEMOiiK, Juno !).— Bo suro to omo to tho concert at the school house n Friday next, the 12th. The class iromisos a good programme, and wo lulersland tho proceeds (25 cents ad- illusion) will be used to procure an or- nin for tho new Baptist church. Come, vorybody. Mr. Munch is improving under tho 'hysieian's caro. H._ P. Hatch was elected to bo vice- resident of tho temperance alliance of Cossuth county for tho Whittomoro {strict. School closes Friday witli a picnic to >o hold in Sam. Scott's grove—a basket icnic to which tho parents are cordial- y invited. There is, wo believe, nopro- rammo except a basket dinner and a ood lime. Tho children will go some imo in tho forenoon and make such reparations as are necessary. Someone is going to bo married prot- y soon. Who is it? Tho Grand Central hotel w a credit o our place. It is run in first-class tylo, and its guests with ono accord H'ouounco it a success under tho pres- nt management. BURT. BUKT, Juno 8.—Tho rains of tho past veok have done a groat amount of good, imall grain in looking bettor, and if ho weather comes oil' warm corn will ;rpw very fast. Tho cut worms are oing considerable damage in some of ho fields. Tho people of tho neighborhood mot t tho now barn of A. H. Nafus for a 'uskct social. All enjoyed a good time, nil the receipts of the evening wore ino dollars, By tho way, tho now iarn is nearly completed, and tho collar vail is under way for a now house, 28 cot square, 18-foot posts, and a kitchen 4x14 feet. E. Hurlbut's barn is inclosed and will oon be finished. Invitations are out for a wedding at Ir. CoH'en's on Wednesday. WESLEY. WESLKY, Juno 9.—F. M. Butts start- d for Chicago last Sunday evening, lis wifo and family havo been there or some time, but his son, Guy, will re- riuin hero to settle up tho business and ttcnd to tho running of tho Wesley .^Exchange bank. ' aA. M. Tuttlo has disposed of his horses and a good share of his household goods, and intends locating in Chicago. He has sold his hay press at I-Iayliold to F, A. Howard. Mr. Howard, takes charge of tho business ut once, and intends to handle baled hay at this place, as ho has bought Mr, Tuttlo's hay shed hero. Elder Black held his third quarterly mooting at tho charge last Saturday and Sunday at tho Elwell grove, seven miles north of Wesley, Tho meeting on Sunday morning was well attended. The elder preached a line sermon, which was appreciated by all who heard him. Tho sacrament was administered at tho close of the morning service, and the older wont from there to Corwith to hold quarterly mooting Sunday evening. Our editor, John Ford, has gone to Whatoheer to attend the wedding of his brother. Goo. McCormick is slinging tho lead and picking up tho locals this week. Sexton is to have another elevator soon. We are informed it is to be ready so as to take care of some of the coming crop this season. Don't forget to come to Wesley and take in tho fun the Fourth. "Bring along your family, and tell your neighbors to come. Wesley never yet tried to celebrateihe Fourth but it was a grand success, and all can rest assured that this year will excell all other times in every particular. Toll the young men to bring their best girls and fill them up on ice cream and lemonade, candies nnd such things. By nil means come to Wesley. Hugh McCutchen has opened up his store, and is ready to deal out anything in his lino to his old time customers ana friends. Rev. Eyler of Calliope, Iowa, is horo visiting liis many friends who wero glad lo see him nnd gave him a hearty welcome. Tho Catholics held church services hero Inst Sunday, in Kun/.'s hall. Markets; wheat, 80d*82e; oats, 35c; corn, 40c; flax, !)0o; barley, 50c; hogs, $3.50; liny, $4.50; eggs, 12c; butter, 10c. Joe Hafer returned from Aekley last week, where ho was having his hand doctored for blood poison. It was necessary to have his thumb amputated. A. II. Hotelling of Whittomoro was in town Monday, helping A. M. Tuttlo to pad: up his household elTccts. Bun llopldn's best girl has gone buck on him. Lot everybody speak kindly to Ben till lie can rally from the shock. Dr. Hill has got moved into his now quarters north of tho drug store. Tho doctor nays he has now a couple of an nlj'i.) rooms for olllco as can bo found. Today was a, gala day for our public; scliools. Tho citi/iMis of our town and pulrons procured a nk-o Hag with the motto on it, "Tho Woslcy Schools," and presented it today to tho schools, which wns q ul to a surprise to tho little scholars. The presentation speech was delivered by Win. Gray, which was very pointed and appropriate for tho occasion. Prof. A. A. SI fort responded in behalf of the schools. The school then joined In singing the " Red, White nnd Blue," and thon gave three cheers for tho old Hag. BUFFALO FORK. BUFFALO FORK, Juno 8.— The rain that foil last week makes everything look thrifty, and farmers happy. Strangers should visit Kossuth at this season to see it in its best. Who could look over the prairies and fail to bo pleased with tho country? Tho creamery has been running two weeks with a steady increase of patron- i>tfo- As next Sunday will bochildrens'day the services will consist of spoaJcing and singing by tho children. Remember tho church is to be dedicated in two weeks, Juno 21. Wo hope' to see a largo crowd. The church is well supplied with organs as wo havo throe upon trial. Tho next mito socioly wool with Mrs. B. Smith. Wo shall expect a crowd as wo usually have ono when Aunt Bonny entertains tho society. Charley Smith of Algona spent last Saturday calling on friends in this neighborhood. Mrs. S. Wiltso has been quite sick but is improving at present. Tho gopher picnic will bo hold in D. J. Davison's grove next Friday Juno Sunday School Convention. The Kossuth Sunday schools will meet at Bancroft next week Thursday for their annual convention, a lino pro- gramme has been prepared and is given below. Bancroft will receive her guests in royal stylo, and a pleasant and profitable session is insured. Tho programme is: Thursday evening, Juno 11, 7:!iO— Opening exercises conducted by tho president. Music. Address of wolcomo — A. .). Uorrymun. Response— Tho president. Address— Why iiro wo hurc— Kov. Wni Whitiield. Music. Prayer. Friday morning. Juno '13. 1) :UO— Dovotional exorcises led by J. B Can 1 . 10:00— Business. 11 :()()— Pupors by Dr. Burr iiinl Kov. M. Smith. Subject— To what extent should children, by thoir voto, decide mutters of importance in tho Sunday school? Each l>apor limited to 15 minutes. 11 :!!0— General discussion. Friday afternoon. 3:00— Dovotioiml exorcises led by Rev. Faus. a :!)()— How to got tho children into the Sunday school— Itev. P. H. Eighiny. How to train tho young pcoplo in the Sunday school— Kov. A. EU'strom. Each paper limited to !>0 minutes. General discussion on these subjects. 8:00— How lo interest tho young people in Sunday school singing— Speeches not exceeding JO minutes euuli led by Ben). Keed. Friday evening. 7:UO— Song service. Instrumental music — S. Nicholson. Papers — Aro country schools a success (—Mrs. E. 13. Eddy und Dr. L. A. Howo, Address— Kelatlon of the puator to tho Sunday school.— Capt. R. E. Jeaiison, Kov. W. E. Davidson. Music. Closing prayer. THE CLOSE OP SCHOOL, School Commeiicomoiit Friday Tho I'rogrummo In Full. Following is tho complete program- mo to bo rendered by tho seniors of the high school at their commencement exorcises to bo held in tho Congregational church, Friday evening at 8 o'clock p. m. All are cordially invited: "More Light." Mimic ................. Quartette of Little Girls Crete Qoddard, Killth liowyer. Vesta Konyou, Eva Randall, Iii vocation .................... n ev . F. M. Smith Salutatory ............................ C ora Reed Orutlou .......................... Triumph Hours Laura Tenuant. Orutlou .......... Uoyond the Alps Lieth Italy Myrtle Nicoullu. , * Oration .............. The Law of Compensation DeEtta Haudall. Music. . ........................ Chorus of Pupils Oration. .Life Cora Keed. Oration and Valedictory A Name Maggie Wiukel. Remarks to Class Ruv. W. K. Davidson Conferring of Diplomas Dr. Jas. Ban- Music .Angles are Watching Us Fannie Mo mitt and Bessie Rist. Benediction. Fence Your Farms, If you are in need of a good fence machine call on McDermott & Dalton, Algona, lowu. It will work up any material you havo on the farm. The wire will cost you 7 cents a rod, and machine $10. Cheapest fence in, the market. lit3 McDERMOTT & DALTON. CIGARS for $1 a box and upward Brunson & Co's. Special agents northwestern Iowa for BoharcVs check and sash look.-ll DICK'S big one-finer goo circus will visit Algona on Saturaay, July 8Q.

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