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Algona, Iowa
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Wednesday, July 8, 1891
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THE UPPEtt &JBS MOINES; ALGONA v tOWA, WEDNESDAY, JULY 8, 189 L ARRIVAL AND DEPARTURE OF TRAINS. PROFESSIONAL DIRECTORY, ATTORNEY Office over First National bank, Algona, ia. W. B. QUARTON, ATTORNEY AT LAW. Over Kossuth County bank, Algona, Iowa. E. H. CLARKE, ATTORNEY AT LAW. Collection agent. 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 chattel security. Over Chrischilles' store. CHICAGO, MILWAUKEE * ST. PATH,. West-Pass.— Eastr-Pass.- No. 1 ......... 6:02 a in No. 2 ....... 10:29 am No. 3 ......... 4:37pmNo,4 ........ 9:30pm Freight- freight— No. 9.. ...... 7:15a m No. 8 ........ ll:5opM No. 13 ....... ll:45amNo. 14 ...... 2:30pm No. 5 ........ 8:17pmNo. 10 ...... 12:15am CHICAGO & NORTHWESTERN. North— South— Elmore pass..4:05 p m F,lmorepassl2:20 p m St. Paul frt.. .9:55 a in DesMolnesft 7:3o p m THE CITY. L. K. GARFIELD, M. D., PHYSICIAN AND SURGEON. Office, State St., one door east of Cordingley. Residence, McGregor St., east of the 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, Algona, 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. swords. Admis- T. J. FELLING, M. D., PHYSICIAN AND SURGEON. Consultation In English and German. Office and residence over H. Gootsch's store, Whittemore, Iowa. DR. GEO. J. HOLTFOERSTER, PHYSICIAN AND SURGEON. West Bend, Iowa. Special attention to diseases of the skin. Fits, epilepsy, etc., cured. BANKINC INSTITUTIONS. Kossuth County Bank, CAPITAL .............. ................. 850,000 Incorporated under general laws of Iowa. Deposits received, money loaned, foreign and domestic exchange bought and sold. Collections made promptly, and a general banking .business transacted. Passage tickets to or from the old countries sold at lowest rates. WM. H. INGHAM ................... President J. B. JONES .................... Vice President LEWIS H. SMITH ...................... Cashier Dlrectors-Wm. H. Ingharn, John G. Smith, J. B. Jones, T. Chrischilles, Lewis H. Smith, J. " Kossuth" runs at the races in Algona next week. The contract for fixing the Blackford hill will be let Saturday. Jos. W. Hays leaves. the Republican August I, and will go to Washington. Farmers will do well to read what A. M. & G. M. Johnson says this week. Don't forget the Japanese entertainment at the M. E. church tomorrow night. The Milwaukee road sold 23 tickets to Spencer, and 33 to Wesley for the Fourth. A handsome night blooming cereus unfolded at T. H Lantry's Monday evening. Forepaugh's circus is at Mason City today. Thirty have gone from here to attend. Small grain never looked better in Kossuth than it does now. Corn is not above average. J. R. Jones says the demand for harvesters is so great that it is difficult to get orders filled. Jas. Taylor, Mrs. J. C. Blackford's brother, is in charge of a photograph gallery in Livermore. Popular Mart Whalen of Esterville is the republican state cominltteeman for the Tenth district. A new daughter at J. C. Blackford's dates from Monday, and our banker is looking happier than usual. E. B. Butler has been helping this office out for a week with a big lot of legal work for Geo. E. Clarke. Stephens & Blrcher are importing another car of brood mares. Ed. Bircher went to get them last week. A big addition is being made to W. W. Jones' house in Cresco. "Wat." is getting a fine home on a fine farm. Marriage licenses have been issued to Frank Eschelberger and Alathea Kinney, Wm. Lane and Emma Zillman. Judge Carr was to come over Friday for a vacation hearing- of law matters. It is not certain that the cases will be ready. A. Frazier is building a big new house that attracted the attention of the visitors at O'Rourke's grove on the Fourth. Mrs. I-Iackman was thrown by a runaway team in town Sunday but not seriously hurt. She and her daughter were driving. • John Ray proved so valuable a man to the steam plow company that they take him with them to Texas. He goes in two weeks. The Young Ladies' Foreign Mission' • _j_ ...;ii i, «1 A T f o Tnl \r mo«t.incr . . , . W. Wadsworth, Barnet Devine. The First National Bank tume and give a talk on the manners, customs, and religions of Japan; sing songs, give a three-minute speech in Japanese, and exhibit coins, papers, books, pictures, etc. sion, 25 and 15 cents. Algona's ball nine is extinguishing itself in glory. It went to Wesley last Thursday and got beaten so badly that the previous records are nowhere. It plays Cresco on the grounds here in town Saturday. 'Squire Thompson's marriage ceremonies are attracting attention from the country round. Friday Sam Boio and Frederickko Peterson came over from Emmetsburg to have him tie the knot for them. The call for the county convention the 31st to select delegates to the representative and senatorial conventions brings local politics to the front. It ill- lows a little over three weeks for discussing candidates. W. C. Danson believes that the best comos in small packages since the advent of his lively four and a half pound daughter. His now home is nearly finished, and when he moves in it will be with a complete family. Word has been received from th.o Aurora well company, and the council expect the arrival of the well-digging machine the lust of this week. An expert will come with it, and our city well will go down a few feet. Owing to a change in the pension office an extra payment was made Monday to all pensioners. It is •estimated that there are over 100 pensioners in Kossuth who are getting considerably over $10 a month on an average. A fine improvement in the way of tree trimming was made on the grounds of Lewis H. Smith and Dr. McCoy last week. Miss Dodd also celebrated the Fourth by having some commendable pruning done to her shade trees. The following merchants have agreed to close their stores at 7:30 o'clock this summer: Jas. Taylor, John Goedors, F. S. Stough, J. C. Franlc, P. L. Slaglo, Chrischilles & Herbst, G. L. Galbraith, John Reed, and Win. Cordingley. The Norwegian living east of the Catholic cemetery gave John Fouy a dressing down yesterday, and today they are trying to make him out insane. It is said he would have done Fouy serious damage but for his wife. The advertisement of the state normal school at Cedar Falls appears this week and calls attention to the best teacher's training school in the west. The state has amply provided for it, and under Mr. Seerley it is making a great success. Prof. F. M. Chaffee, a graduate of Cornell college, has been engaged by the normal school board to conduct the school the coming year. Mr. Chaffeo will remain in Algona during the summer and arrange for the opening at the regular time this fall. The Scandinavians held their picnic at Paul Peterson's Saturday, and had the largest crowd they have ever yet got together. They danced all night and still didn't get enough, for they meet at the Byson grove two weeks from next Saturday, July 25. The committee on teachers for the public schools have decided to secure CAPITAL.... 850,000 Special attention given to collections. AMBROSE A. CALL President D. H. HUTCH1NS Vice President J. C. BLACKFOKD Cashier ' Directors—Ambrose A. Call, D. H. Hutchins, J C Blackford, Philip Dorweiler, Wm. K. Ferguson, A. D. Clarke, C. B. Hutchins. Money always on hand to loan at reasonable rates to parties furnishing first-class security. FARMERS' AND TRADERS' BANK, H. M. Richmond ............... ......President K K. Richmond ........... ...... Vice President A. B. Richmond ........................ Cashier Transacts a general banking business. Collections a specialty. Money transferred to all parts of the United States and Europe at low rates Tickets to and from the old country for sale Taxes naid for residents and non-residents. Abstract of title furnished on the same day applied for. DEALER IN REAL ESTATE. Loan and Insurance Ag't mut Notary Public, 60 000 acres of prairie lands and improved farms for sale or rent. Village property for sale or rent. Now is the time to secure you a home before three prospective railroads are built, wjlch will advance the price of land beyond the reach of the average home-seeker. COMMERCIAL HOUSE, Bancroft, Iowa, R, M. Richmond, proprietor, First-class house. Satisfaction guaranteed. Special attention to the traveling public. State Bank of Bancroft ary society will hold its July, meeting on Saturday, July 11, at 3 p. m., with Mrs. W. A. Black. W. S. Dei-land's health does not improve rapidly at Llano, and he goes with his family to California soon for a stay with his brother awhile. Mrs. C. L. Lund slipped on the stairs in the house on the farm and sprained her ankle quite seriously this morning. Dr. McCoy dressed the injury. The Bradley & Nicoulin buggy tent and company went to Blue Earth, Monday, to begin operations there. They did a big business in Emmet county. The hay business has already begun. Two cars were loaded at Ledyard Thursday and two Friday of new hay. The hay sells at $8 a ton on the track. The school mams will assemble a week from Monday. Judging from the corps of instructors this will be one of the best institutes ever held in the county. Miss Sadie Nash, who lived in Algona some 16 years ago, is married to a lawyer and lives in Buffalo, N. Y. Her sister, Marie, is not married and lives with her. Frank Dingley has traded off his old bicycle and now has one of the pneumatic tire machines, the first to be brought to town. A. L. Rist is also getting one. W. H. Nycum and F. M. Taylor went to Emmetsburg yesterday to act as judges at the opening races of the new circuit. The races were set for yesterday and today. Dr. Sayers has been in Osceola county looking over a herd of 200 horses, in which glanders are started. He shot six but there is no telling how far the disease has spread. J. B. Jones says that there are 5,000 acres of flax within a radius of five miles of Ledyard, and that the flax prospects are better this year than ever t m 1 J_l- !_ 1.1 _. n B.AJfcTCISOIE'T, jefore at this time. The Northwestern road sold 130 I tickets formatters north Saturday, and a number of people went south. Algo- OAPITAL $100,000J ^ turned 0 \,t good crowds for the ^ ' .eighboring celebrations. A German picnic was held Saturday at Blake's grove on the river in Portland. Everything that was needed to make a hilarious celebration was present, and the crowd stayed till morning. The new owner of the old Buffum farm, Mr. Wright, is evidently a lover of horses. He has laid out a fine half- mile track on his place and has one of the best training grounds in the county. Old times were recalled in the Con- AUTHORIZED Incorporated under general laws of Iowa. Transacts a general banking business. Mon«v loaned, foreign and domestic exchange bouEht and sold, collections a specialty. Real estate loans procured and insurance furnished. Notes purchased. Large list of wild lands and improved farms for sale and rent. S. T. MESEBVEY President R. N. BRUER Vice President OH AS. K. STOREHOUSE Cashier Dlrectors-Q. S. Ringland, S. T. Meservey, R.N. Bruer, J. B. Johnson, C. Korslund. DR. L. A. SHEETZ, Drugs and Medicines. Full assortment always on hand of drugs, med- cines, and pure liquors for medicinal purposes only, QHOBT-FOBM MORTGAGES— Upper pe? Koines Always in stock at the Miss Susie Gilbert in place of Miss Parr for the coming year. Miss Gilbert is well known among the best county teachers, and comes to the school with the highest recommendations. The Algona shooters gathered at the grounds Saturday and indulged in practicing on some live birds. John Smith killed 20 out of 28, Henry Durant 22 and S. S. Sessions 22. Dr. West got 18 out of 20, Frank Parish 14, and Frank Nicoulin 13 out of 18. A pleasant meeting was enjoyed in the morning. W. A. Ladendorff has a letter from a friend in northern Michigan which tells of an accident on the Fourth, The fire works got lighted accidentally, and a rocket shooting into the crowd struck a man in the eye, going through his head and killing him instantly. Heavy rockets are dangerous things. And now it seems that the story of a boy at Thos. Barley's was true after all, and that Bro. Dorland was imposing on the public by making it out an April joke. The boy came April 1, and is a bona fide, live, and kicking copy of his sire. We look for an explanation from C. P. for this trifling with the curiosity of our readers. S. Benjamin had a little experience of his own on the Fourth, - He was lighting a rocket in the evening down home, and through some perversity the sky scraper instead of ascending shot out at the wrong end, and burnt a sizeable hole in his hand. Fortunately no serious damage was done beyond giving him a sore hand for a while. All the town editors are planning to go to Fort Dodge tomorrow for the editorial meeting to be held there. Friday evening Hon. J. P. Dolliver, Hon. S. M. Clarke, Hon. W. M. McFarland, Eugene Schaffter, and others speak. Fort Dodge is making big preparations for a fine reception, and the meeting will be a big success. Algona's old painter, Billy Knight, celebrated at Bancroft in his usual fashion and landed in the callaboose for hitting W. W. Wilson, president of the day, in the face. Billy is the man who was going to whip Phil Hanna for quoting the bible to him. Phil told him that referring to heaven the bible said "there will be no night there." On account of the celebrations at Bancroft and Wesley the Grover picnic was not so largely attended as it would have been. But a good crowd was out, and a good celebration was held. Prof. Barslou and Eugene Tollier allowed started slow, fully 30 feet behind. At the hnlf milo ho had caught up, and then his rider pulled him in and took him off the track. Ho has had too little training, and is too fat to run a mile. In six weeks it is expected he will show the speed that is in him. He will keep on the track the rest of the season. C. M. Doxsee arranged for a few private fire works at Rolfe, and had his supplies carefully arranged in a pall. After shooting a sky rocket or two ho hoard a buzzing in the bucket, nnd turned around in time to discover that the spai'ks had settled in the collection. The audience dispersed with alacrity, and the exhibition closed with a final burst of glory in which rockets, buz/, wheels, crackers, candles, etc., filled the air together. Bert Edmonds took part in the Fourth races at Dos Moinos, and the Register gives him first in the milo race, time, 3:2o: first in half mile race,' timcv, l:30i; first in the two and one-half intle race for the state championship, time, 8:53J; nnd second in the quarter-milo race. Over 5,000 people witnessed the sport, and Bert walked off with every race ho entered. Ho will accept the place offered him in DCS Moines, and does not return to Algona. The odd follows enjoyed asocial gathering Monday evening and a banquet at the Tonnant house. Mr. and Mrs. Peterson of Esthcrvillo and Mr. and Mrs. Dawson of Emmetsburg wore over, Mr. Peterson acting as installing officer. The installation of officers was public, B. F. Reed being tho newly elected N. G.; E. S. Salisbury, V. G.; H. J. Edcns, treasurer; and Frank Parish, secretary. Landlord Tenniuit sot out a bountiful table and tho banquet was on- joyed by over SO odd fellows. All old friends of Andy Shipman will bo interested in the following item from, a Columbus Junction paper: "A. B. Shipraan, now with Thomas & Kollov's deep well machines, was quite badly hurt out on the county lino near Wyman. Ho was leaving a nine foot well, and as ho reached tho top struck his head on a cross timber with such force that ho was felled to tho bottom, where ho fell on some upturned nails, one of which penetrated his hand and another his arm. Ho is at homo for repairs now." T. H. Connor was over Saturday to get 150,000 brick at the Algona yards for tho McCormick bank building in Emmetsbui'g. Ho and Cowan have this and a big block at Rolfo under way, while tho big Spencer block is nearly ready for tho roof. All are very hund- somobuildings, being finished in pressed brick and fancy terra cotta and brick cornices. The hotel building at Spencor for which Mr. Conner furnished plans is nearly done, and he has also drafted plans for another big building in Spencer. We have received no full report of the Bancroft celebration, but all who attended speak of it as a very successful affair. The races in tho afternoon were exciting, the trotting race being won by E. V. Swotting's carriage horse against three competitors. Goo. Holloway's little bay won tho running race. A game of baseball was played by the Burt and local nine in which Burtcamo out second best. A very largo crowd gathered from all parts of tho county and the celebration was one of tho best over held hereabouts. Bargains at the Cash Store! The Tank Line war has ended, and oils sell at old prices; but Flour and Snpr are Best. Patent, per sack Half Patent, per sack Straight, per sack 1.40 20 Ibs Fine Granulated Sugar for. .$1.00 21 Ibs Coffee A Sugar for 1.00 22 lb<? Light Brown Sugar for 1.00 Prices on other goods remain the same as before. Remember, we are agents for Rock Salt for Stock. and see us. TOWNSEND & LANGKDON, M. Z. UKOVK. JOHN GUOVE. Livery, Feed, and Boarding Stable. West of Thorington House. 51. /. OKOVK. Mnungcr. I can now make loans on Improved lands, from ouo to -p\ M 1 TIT! JL Cll 111 LvvJCLllO. jmyliiK Mm whole Uiun in- iiny |i»rt Ihcrcof In even JlOO at __ _ — any date when Interest, fulls due. This Is Iowa money, and 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 II. TIOXIK. Algona, Iowa. 00 TO A. M. & G. M. Johnson -FO.R- Walter A. Wood -apron Binder, Four-foot-3, five-foot, and gregational church Sunday morning as Jas. McLaren took his place in the choir. His familiar voice has lost none of its force and sweetness in California. Thos. F. Cooke has lately received a new kodak camera for taking instantaneous photographs and carries it with him on his trips over the country. It is a'handsome and handy machine, costing $40. A very interesting entertainment is promised for tomorrow night at the M. E. church. Uichiro Sasamori, a native of Japan, will appear in native cos- the eagle to soar, making patriotic and eloquent addresses. E. B. Eddy read the declaration with fine expression, and music added to the programme. Jas. Taylor has received a copy of the Spracuse, N. Y,, Standard from H. K. Hess, in which a full report is given of the organizing of a company with 1300,000 capital, to push the Hess storage battery and adopt it on the street car lines. This is the Hess who owns the Thorington house, and the success of his battery seems assured. The Syracuse men expect to soon have cars running with hie motor, and to test it thoroughly. Those who saw " Kossuth" run at Spencer Friday agree that he is a fast horse although he did not win. It was his first race with other horses and he Tho O'Rourke grove picnic on tho Fourth drew a big crowd, which celebrated with appropriate zeal. J. W. Sullivan delivered tho oration, which was highly praised by all as one of the best ever given in tho county, and Miss May Henderson recited tho declaration, having learned it all. A fine dinner was served by the Catholic ladies, Goo. Hackman won an exciting foot race, the Plum Creek boys won in tho ball game, and the bowery made merry till well on to morning. The beauty of tho grove, and tho beauty of tho country along tho river made this a pleasant place for the town people to visit, and many drove down during the day. It has been decided to offer school children between 12 and 18 years of age three prizes, to bo given for the throe best essays, upon the subject " The Best Way to be Temperate." Competent judges will be chosen to decide upon tho merits of tho essays and two or three will be chosen to be read in public on the afternoon of tho second day of the county fair. Will school officials and those interested make this notice as public as possible in their townships, and help to interest tho children in making this effort toward adding to the success of the county fair? All essays should bo sent to Mrs. S. D. Hamilton or to the Algona reading room, whore they will receive careful attention. Fifty members of the grand army post attended the funeral of O. C, Tibbetts in Fenton, Sunday, and nearly 150 teams formed the procession which followed the remains of father and daughter to the grave. Rev. Ward of Bancroft conducted the services. The two died within a day of each other, Miss EdnaTibbetts on Thursday of quick consumption, and her father on Friday morning from consumption which had its beginning in the army. Mr. Tibbetts was a well known man in hia town and in the county, and was respected by all, and the mourning at his death was a sincere tribute to his worth aa a man and as a citizen. Miss Tlbbetts was 22 years of agei and her untimely death added to the sorrow of the neighborhood. Tho driving park association desires us to announce the races which will be held at the fair grounds next Tuesday and Wednesday. Algona is second in the new circuit, which includes Emmetsburg, Eagle Grove, and Humboldt. The Emmetsburg races are now being held. The horses come here this week, and the association promises some good exhibitions of speed. Tho purses in all amount to $1,000. and owing to the pacing race not filling it has been changed to a three-year-old trotting race with a purse of $100, which will give a lot of young horses a chance. Both good running and good trotting are on the programme, and the races will no doubt draw a big crowd of spectators. A squad of five goes to the coining military encampment three days ahead of the company on account of superior excellence as target hitters, and considerable target practice has resulted on the range. The boys are making good scores, a few sample ones being: W. E. Ward at 200 yards, 20, 18,19, out of possible 26; G. L. Minkler, 17,19,17; W. J. Brunson, 16, 17, 17; M. Walch, 22,18,19. At 300 yards a few scores The intensely American style of the machines makes others look clumsy a nd foreign. Walter A. Wood Twine, Wagons, Carriages, Wind Mills, Pumps and Tanks put up on short notice. are: Ward, 12, 18, 13; W. P. Jones, 14, 18, 14; Collio Chubb, 17, 10, 15; Minkler, 17, 18, 1C; W, 3. Harvey, 15, 20, 22. At 500 yards H. J. Edons has 19, 19, 19; Ward 21, 12, 17; Chubb, 15, 19, 15. All rille shots will recognize tho merit of this shooting. When tho boys make their records at the encampment a state squad will bo chosen to compote at tho inter-state shoot, Algona ought to bo represented on tho state team. In talking of old Algonians in California, Jas. McLaren says lie met Miss Mattice on the streets of Los Angeles. She is a stenographer there. Ho also found young Church, who worked for A. D. Clarke hero and took an active part in amateur dramatics, working as city surveyor in Los Angeles. Miss Helen Wooster, the first lady county superintendent of Kossuth, is in good health, and Is now oust on a, visit. Trav. Loggett is also there with his wife, who is very low with lung trouble and is seeking health in a change of climate. Dr. Forbush is at Pomona, and Thos. Earloy at Pasadena, while C. P. Dorland and J. II. Call are at Los Angeles, and McLaren himself is at Alhambra, all well situated and doing well. With all "Mac" brags on California, he will admit that the handsomest country anywhere is around Algona. Arc You Alive To tho importance of keeping up with tho times? If so, subscribe for that newsiest and best of metropolitan weeklies, The Sioux City Journal. In ordoi to give this paper the widest possible circulation tho publishers have made the following unprecedentedly low prices, from this date, for the campaign: Single copies to Nov. 16,1891, 25 cents; clubs of five or more to Nov 16, 1801, 20 cents each. Sample copies free. Address Perkins Bros. Co., Sioux City, Iowa. JOHN SHARPE has just put in a now stock of ladies' and gents' fine shoes which he otters at fair rates. REMEMBER the best goods and tho cheapest are at Stough's, and get them ROOMS to rent by Mrs. M. J. Ward LADIES' patent leather tipped shoes all widths at Stough's. BASEBALL, shoes, Stough's. 76 cents at F. S J. E To RENT—House, five rooms. Stacy. English Spavin Liniment Removes all bard, soft, or calloused lumps o blemishes from aorBtsa, blood spavin, curbs splints, sweeney, ring bone, stifles, sprains, a swollen tlirpats, etc. Save »50 by use of ou bottle; warranted. The most wonderful blem ah cure ever known. Sold by Dr. Sheetz. Itch cured in 30 minutes by \Volford's San tary Lotiou. Sold by Dr. Sheetz. PKOM THE OOOTTY TILL, lllH 1'alil at the Adjoiii-iioti SoBdlou of tho County Hoard. Tho county board, at it« adjourned ussion, allowed tho following bills on lie different funds: COUNTY FUND. V H Nyc.iun, coiinjiitteo work 8 'M Oft E Bruvuudur, dork Swell U !i5, tiirr & Hullock, printing 21) 8ti lAJIiiull, commluaa work !J5 00 P Hatch, fuos lu Htiito CUHU 4 as (J Pui'iiitun, HUllloiiery SO 15 1 WolHbrod, trustOB Fuutou !i 00 iertlia Ouroy, Biliary 10000 ffm Slianur, IriiHloo Portland II 00 M Taylor, juHtlco foes Htato canoH.... 4!) 00 AlllH & Co., stationary 1100 B !loliiin, pontago, oxprusB, etc 1400 uuhiim & wiimin, printing 1050 luort Ogran, uppi-nlsliiB school laud.. 3 00 I P Hatch, rues Stato VH Miller 13 85 3 H StophonH, bulllH May torm 10 00 W Hluchuu, printing OB 00 Vlnklo Bros, goods for court IIOUSB. ... 70 411s MnvuiisoiL, triiHtoii Harrison 200 Stricklur, clork Union 700 3 A Thompson, feos Stato vs Harrison 50 H5 O b Hutchins, committee on roads,,., 5000 Obed liobinson, Justice fuos 100 I J Hutchison, damage ou road No 'MO 45 00 iureut HwaiiBou, s:imo . 30 00 >oter and Chas Sualmrg, sanio 3000 1C Wliltcomb, damage on road 'Mi... 100 00 J Kieljsamun, sumo 20 00 r B Stott, Hume 15 00 .' T Ulobsaineu, same S5 00 Jharlotto Kluusumen, same 1250 W V Wilcox, same 25 00 WM McDonnott, same 2500 H Peterson, samo 25 00 Adolph Clora, mimo 85 00 Wllholm Dofigo, same 2000 Prod niobsumen, samo 12 50 J S Gallagher, appraiser on roads 10 00 Goo West, same 1000 H C Hollonhock, same 1000 POOH FUND. Wlukle Bros, goods for poor farm 150 U A Myurs, coal for poor farm 44 Lawson & OlcHou Bros, goods for poor 6 38 J E Hill, county physician first y, *01.. 00 00 T J Foiling, same 5800 B Benjamin, railroad faro for paupers 3 00 F S Stough, goods for poor 7 30 Henry Winkle, lantern for poor f arm.. 80 E Sayers, treating poor farm stock.. 6 00 lUUDUti FUND. Winkio Bros, pully block S 85 D Miller, replanklng Bolter bridge.... 350 Alex Clay, grading 42 00 J M Farley, bridge material 45 45 Alpheus Johnson, hauling lumber 0 00 II N Bruer, lumber for bridges 26 36 T Henderson, repairs Irvtngton bridge 10 50 J F Ullmoru, rope and nails 005 Llchty & Outline, hardware 6 90 Wm Brummond, bridge lumber 8 07 L D Lovell, committee work IS 00 W Shrouf, repairing bridge 4 60 J M Roach, ditching 14 00 John Wood, repairing bridges 725 Lartel & Rush, ditching 1154 D A Buull, committee work 0 74 G H Voters, committee work 27 00 1 INSANE FUND. A A Brunson, case of F Hutchins 4145 Consumption Cured. An old physician, retired from practice, having had placed in his hands by an East India missionary the formula of a simple vegetable remedy for tho speedy and permanent cure of consumption, bronchitis, catarrh, asthma, and all throat and lung affections, also a positive and radical cure for nervous debility and all nervous complaints, after having tested its wonderful curative powers in thousands of cases, has felt it his duty to make it known to his suffering fellows. Actuated by this motive aud a desire to relieve human suffering. I will send free of charge, to all who desire it, recipe, in German, French, or English, full directions for preparing and using, by mall by addressing with stamp, na..,..._ this paper. W. A. Noyes, 820 Powers' Block, 'i N, Y.

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