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TOPEE DES MOINE& ALGONA, IOWA, WEDNESDAY, SEPTEMBER AND DEPARTURE OF TRAINS. (jRttiAGO, Nfl.fi-' MilWAtJKEE & ST. PAUL. _ Bast—Pass.— 6-02 a m No. 2 10:24 a m '4:37ptnNo,4... 9:30pm Freight— filS a in No. 8 11:55 pin •- mNo, 14 2:30pm g;17pmNo. 10 12:15 am CHlCASO A NORTHWESTERN. South— , 8:18 a in . 3:31 p m .10:00 am Pass 2:33pm Mixed 0:07pm Freight.... 10:00 a m s at Chicago at 7 a m; arrives at 115 p in. Lv. Des M. 2:30 a m THE CITY. tfext week a circus that is a circus ff ill visit the city. Loose hay is bringing $3 a ton. That Is a good starting price. TbOB Henderson is contemplating a trip to the Black Hills soon. Letters are advertised for R. Lewis, Fred. Groth, and Henry Nelson. Frank Dingley has added a barn to bin residence lots the past week. • Fred. Bronson has moved his jewelry ehop to Wolpert's " Boston Store." Creed & Parish will soon open their store in the new A. D. Clarke building. Henry Mason has bought the State street cigar store and will prove apopu- lar dealer. Rev. W. H. Dorward will preach next Sunday at the Hunt school house, at 3:30 p. m. \7. C. Hart is building a large upright addition to his house east of the Milwaukee depot. The Grange store makes a new announcement this week. It always advertises bargains. Henry Lorned's house, about seven miles west of Bancroft, was burned Monday. No information is received as to the cause. All old friends of Horace Schenck will be glad to learn that he has lately been granted a pension of $12 a month under the new law. John Goeders has a word to our readers this week. Goeders' is one of Algona's best places to buy, and it pays to read his advertisements. Everybody should remember to get ready for the county fair in two weeks. The premiums are worth taking and they are paid in full in cash. "Eva T.," Algona's much-discussed trotting mare, will go in the Mason City races Saturday. Probably several will go over to see what she can do. Thirty new little ones were enrolled in Miss Kramer's primary room Monlay, choi bly heal, but it is doubtful if the horse will be worth anything as a trotter. opened, increases Algona's astonish- day, when school school population ingly. W. B. Quarton went to Ledyard yesterday to defend a man named Leep- head on a charge of carrying concealed weapons. County Attorney Joslyn went 4 to prosecute. The roof is on Frank Nicoulin's new house, and looms up over on the north side very noticeably. He is building one of the largest and most stylish residences in Algona. Marriage licenses have been issued to A. H. Wiltse and Clara Giles, Peter Peterson and Karstine Nelson, Geo. Campbell and May Neelings, A. H. Miltz and Clara Giles. The county meeting of Sunday schools occurs at Buffalo Fork next Sunday. The programme is excellent and lasts all day. All interested in Sunday school work should plan to attend. The first story of the State bank building will be nearly done this week, and some idea of the style and finish of the building may be had. It will be, for its size, as handsome as any building in Iowa. Now that our'butter tub factory is sure to go in, the pork packing establishment begins to assume a serious air. Some of the best business men in town are investigating it, and something may result yet this fall. Prof. Andrews, representing the state temperance alliance, spoke Sunday evening. He says the alliance is not in politics, and that the circular sent out by the executive committee was on their own individual responsibility. The young folks' entertainment last Thursday evening netted $44 which is to be spent in papering the walls of the Congregational church. Orr is male* ing the outside better than new, aM with papered walls, the church will look better than it ever has. A few years ago no one would have believed that good apples would be fed tohogsinKossuth because there was no other use for them. Now the surplus is such that people don't even picK them from the trees. And yet it was said that this is no fruit country. Geo. E. Clarke went to Lyon county pn Monday to try a damage suit whicn involves $15,000 for the Milwauke company. A brakeman was killed by getting caught in a cattle guard. Ihe question is whether the guard was properly constructed and in the rignt place, About the best feature of the alleged circus last week was Geo. Kuhn's tumbling at the evening performance. He -i,e of the 80cial will be held at the Congregational church parlors Friday evening. The programme includes papers by B. W. Haggard, E. B. Butler, and Harvey Ingham, and an address by ,T. J. Ryan. The music by a male quartette makes tms strictly a young man's programme. Next week Friday comes the republican county convention. The Thursday following the democrats meet. The issues will soon be joined for the active political contest which will be very interesting in the county. The large influx of new settlers and the new ballot system will both add uncertainty to the result. . We send this week as a supplement Senator Allison's speech at Waverly. In it are condensed the facts and statistics on which republicans rely. No man in the party is better qualified to make a thorough statement than Senator Allison, and it will pay every voter to lay aside the speech for reference as the campaign progresses. Rev. Davidson began his year's work again last Sunday after a six week's vacation. He has spent most of his time in studying social questions, and comps back refreshed by his rest. Rev. Davidson is one of the most earnest students in Iowa, and his hearers keep abreast of modern thought on all matters which he discusses. A telegram from Sioux City last evening announced that Company F's rifle team had won the two silver cups in the day's shooting, and that Capt. Edens gets the medal for individual score. This gives the boys nearly everything in sight, and almost insures Algona a goo_d representative on the state team which goes to Chicago next month. Our friend in Bancroft, J. A. Winkel, writes that "Byron Sherman" will trot any time he is wanted, but he fails to notify us about C. C. Thompson's chance for county attorney. If Bancroft is really pushing him it should be known. It will make a lively contest when the convention comes, and wo suspect the north-end man might be nominated. The Spirit Lake Beacon in speaking of Lew Thorson, who has located at Armstrong, reports him as saying: " He has a number of business buildings going up in the new town of Armstrong, but that no residences have been started yet. He says his building will be ready in about two weeks, but he is already busy in the roofing business." J. J. Ryan returned from his trip to Fort Dodge and other southern points yesterday. His campaign opens -at Carroll next week Thursday, when he speaks with Gov. Boies. He is trying to get Bourke Cochran, the great Tammany orator, for one speech in the district, and proposes to have a lively time in the Tenth. He seems to feel well pleased with the situation. Asa Brunson's office seems to be attracting democratic attention, and Albert Ogren of Ledyard and John A. Robertson of Lu Verne are both announced as candidates. Mr. Robertson is a thrifty young Scotchman near Lu"\ r erne, and Mr. Ogren is well known up north. But if Thompson is pushed for county attorney it seems as though Robertson would have the lead for clerk. "Col." Sessions returned from Des Moines Monday, having already closed up his work with the state fair. He reports the fair a big stccess, much more so than was anticipated. The managers had not estimated the receipts, on account of the poor crops, at over $35,000, whereas $48,800 was taken in. Mr. Sessions will now devote his time to the county fair which begins in just two week. Mr. Haley has been at work _ the past LAST THURSDAY'S MUSICAL One of the Finest Entertainments Ever Given In Alffona. A large audience gathered at the Congregational chu-ch last Thursday evening for the musical entertainment given by the young people, and were rewarded by one of the best pro- grammes by home talent ever given in Algona. But few towns of the size, it is safe to say, could furnish a more varied or generally excellent performance. The opening piece was a piano duet by Mrs. Borland and Mrs. Doxsee, Which was followed by a vocal quartette by Miss Cora Setchell, D. T. Smith and Geo. Mrs. Bowyer, Hamilton. A hearty encore brought them back to render their popular song " The Laugh of a Child." An amusing character sketch was then given by Jessamine Jones entitled " Aunt Peggy," and a fine vocal solo by Miss Agnes Randall followed. One of the best things on the programme was the duet by Miss Ranks and A. L. Rist, but no amount of applause could bring them back. Robt. Chrischilles yielded to the recall after his beautifully rendered piano solo, and was followed by Miss Josie McCoy in a fine selection from Miguon, which gave her voice full play and which evinced her skill in difficult music. Miss Cornie Ingham recited one of Bulwer Lytton's short poems, and was followed by Miss Kate Smith, who gave a violin solo which showed the effects of her late study. Miss Smith ranks among the better class of violin players in the state. The concluding part of the pro- gramme was a little farce by Howells entitled "The Mouse Trap," in which a young lady, who boasts very loudly about the courage of her sex, is suddenly called upon to display some of it by the cry of a mouse in the room. Miss Edith Clarke took the part of the young lady perfectly, and B. W. Haggard as her companion exhibited more than ordinary amateur talent, while in minor parts Misses Louise McCoy, Jessamine Jones, and Maud Cowan were equally good. The programme closed with a vocal trio by Misses Ranks, Wallace and McCoy. Tt was entertaining throughout, and led everyone to enquire why, with so much talent, these homo entertainments occur so seldom. Lantry, who took her place, is now in the treasurer's office helping her father. Miss Winnifred Vaughn has been spending several days in Algona visiting her old-time friends. This is her first visit since her family moved to Denver. They enjoy their new home very much. Mrs. Rutherford's brother from Chicago, Mr. Gillespie, and Miss Ella Rutherford came last week and are at the Rutherford house. Mr. Gillespie comes each year in chicken season and enjoys an annual hunt. Miss Edith Baker came yesterday morning from Evahston for a visit with her old school friend, Miss Edith Clarke. She remains till Tuesday, when Miss Clarke accompanies her home and goes on to Boston to be absent until Christmas in the east. few days constructing the gallery in the new opera girder" for house. It rests on iron pillars and supports the front of both galleries. It is a very complicated piece of work, as it bends in four directions, and twisting boards to make it has proved no easy job. The brick work is going on rapidly, and the stone are set for the pressed brick front, which will soon be put in. The petit jury for the corning term of court, which sets Sept. 26, is, as follows: Mike Mamoser, Prairie; J. A. Hale, Swea; B. Mire, German; E. D. Fuller, Seneca; J. A. Winkel, Bancroft; Jas. Dalziel, Union; Frank Miller, Cresco; R I. Brayton, Bancroft, S. N. Goodspeed, Seneca; E. R. Cook, Burt; Chas. Brisbois, Wesley; Geo. E. Boyle, Whittemore; Julius Week, Portland; Wm. Smith and Wm. Shrader, German. One of the fence men, Sutton, has been arrested at Webster City on the charge of making false representations in a horse trade. He was let go on $200 bonds, and tomorrow comes on for trial W. B. Quarton will go to defend him. This is a singular case, as it is generally conceded that a man can make any representations he pleases in lUtVn-vj iv j r- TT«.,«« 4-nni^AQ n t*A R ALGONA'S BUTTER TUB PAOTOET. A Valuable Institution Going In This Month—Work. Begun. Work begins this week on the foundation of the new butter tub factory, which was talked about some months ago. Mr. Spurbeck arrived Monday to make contracts for the building, having just completed arrangements for a site. He gets land of the Northwestern company just east of the depot, and will put up a main building 24x68 feet now. He says business will begin in November and they will work as many hands as they can find use for in the market. The addition of this factory is one of the most valuable features of our year's boom. It is the kind of a factory which will succeed from the start here. PEBSOKAL MOVEMENTS. • Mrs. Dunn of Omaha is visiting her sister, Mrs. John Galbraith. Mrs. Ed. Williams is visiting old friends and relatives in Algona. Mr. and Mrs. M. Starr spent Sunday visiting friends in Emmetsburg. Mrs. J. W. Wadsworth spent last week at Des Moines enjoying the state fair. Miss Nannie Frasier starts soon for a month's visit at her old home in New York. Mr. and Mrs. Chas. Doxsee drove over from Rolfe and spent Sunday with his brother. Misses Gertie and Lulu Clarke returned Friday from their visit at Wells, Minn. Miss Maud Smith was a Des Moines visitor last week, being entertained at r\ 1*7 13,i/1/l'o ~ IN CAMP AT SIOUX CITY, The Fourth Heglinont Enjoying the Annual Drill In Jllverulde Park. Company F, with banners flying and voices raised, departed for the west last Saturday morning on the 6 o'clock train. Dr. Morse with his new regimentals, Steward Mathews likewise in new bib and tucker, and Col. Cooke attended, and the ranks of the company were filled. The Sioux City Journal reports their safe arrival and devotes a column to describing the opening scenes of camp life. Sunday the street cars and motors running to Riverside park were crowded and thousands flocked in to see the soldiers eat, drill, and march on parade. The camp creates great interest, and will prove one of the pleasantest yet held by the regiment. Speaking of the first dress parade the Journal says: " The regulars joined in it and it furnished a grand and imposing sight for the thousands of visitors, many of whom had never before seen a dress parade. The parade was not without its mistakes, of course, but there will be wonderful improvement before the encampment is over. The technical errors, withal, are seldom noticed by the spectators, and to the general public a parade of this kind is a joy to see. . " When the companies passed in review, however, there were many critical eyes in the crowds, particular interest being taken in the new companies, L of Sioux City, G of Fort Dodge, and M of Marshalltown, which, in personnel, is practically new. All these marched well and each found its partisans, who applauded vigorously as it passed. The band was led by the drum major of the Second infantry, who is instructing the band in its military duties. It is regretted that the Fourth regiment band has not received its new regulation uniforms, but all are enthusiastic in praise of its appearance —- 1 and music. It is undoubtedly the best regimental band Iowa has ever had. After supper the band gave a brief concert at headquarters, and had an immense crowd as an audience. Each number was followed by vociferous demands for repetition or anew selection." NOW POE A PACKING HOUSE. a horse trade. Horse trades are a business by themselves, and no known rules of law or morals apply to them. A biff rifle contest was held at the Sioux City camp grounds yesterday for a medal given by the Journal, in sneaking of the teams the Journal said. " P The eVas been great improvement in the matter of small arms practice dur- r and there are m in was wanted by the company, but ed that he had better connect with a circus that had some reason for living. It is reported that this aggregation went broke at Sibley. Mike Walsh won the gold medal in the rifle shooting contest and is now wearing it in Sioux City. He made the score of 183 out of 150, beating Capt Edens by one point, Witham third, was a close contest and shows that gona has some rifle experts who eligible as sharp shooters. A large pelican, shot in the north Part of the county last Saturday, was brought to town Monday by an Illinois ^an, who W as taking it home, -iv jneaaured eight feet and a half across sssreUasr^the SS'JA'SSS £ £«- s^&'iArSH? faith In winning one or all 'of thetro- ^Lawvers Sullivan fcttd Wade tried a _^no B « nt, <jHairiOn last week in C. W. Budd's. Fred. Stockwell came in last week for a visit. He has been spending the year in North Dakota. The Cor with Crescent says: J. W. Sullivan of Algona was in our city Friday, looking after some legal matters. Mr. and Mrs. H. L. Goodrich of Spirit Lake visited the latter's father and mother, Mr. and Mrs. Perry Wilkins, last week. Merchant Wolpert went to Chicago Monday to lay in a new stock for the fall trade. He has an announcement in this issue. Uncle S. Benjamin is able to be about the streets again, but had a serious time in Des Moiues. He will soon be well as ever. Miss Amie Wallace goes to Austin today to be gone some time. She expects to visit Minneapolis and not return to Algona till holidays. Mrs E. L. Cooke and daughter Bertha started for New York last evening. Miss Bertha will attend school the coming year in that city. W, S. Dorland arrived from Texas last Thursday, hands with A Company is Formed to Put In a PadtlnK Establishment — AVhat Is Proposed. Algona is to have a packing house. At least that is the present plan. A final meeting of those interested was held last evening and it was decided to go ahead. The organizers are Capt. Dodge, A. W. Moffatt, C. M. Doxsee, J. F. Lacy, and Bert Lewis. They propose to put from §10,000 to $15,000 into the plant, and to ask the citizens for a liberal bonus. They will build a first- class establishment equal to the demands of the business here, and make the plant a valuable addition to Algona's institutions. It is yet too early to more than outline the scheme. It should receive, however, the encouragement of every one interested in Algona's welfare. QHANOEFOB A RACE. "Byron Sherman" Is Ready to Trot "Eva T"-Some Sport In Store. BANCROFT, Sept. 3.—To the Editor: In regard to article in your paper that "Eva T" can beat any horse in the county, in order to give parties a chance to prove the same, I will trot "Byron Sherman" against "Eva T" for POO a side, mile heats, at Algona, the next week after the Des Moines Driving Park meeting in October. My $300 is in Kossuth County bank, and if " Eva T's" friends want to trot they should put $300 in the bank by Sept. 10. 1892. To trot according to rules. J. A. WINKEL. THE DAWSON SHOOTINfl. Hornce Dn\vson Says the ShootlnK of Frank Metz -was Accidental. Last week we published a report of the shooting of a little boy at Emmetsburg by Horace Dawson, who grew up in Algona. In Sunday's Register Dawson writes: "I see in your paper an account of an accident which happened in our city which is a malicious lie. I was going hunting when I met the boys and they wanted to go along, so I gave my consent. No one had hold of the eun When discharged. No one felt woi'se than I. It was nothing but one of those unfortunate accidents which is liable to occur nt any time and often." The Emmetsburg Reporter in telling of the accident says too much blatno cannot be accorded to Dawson, as he was drunk at the time. The full story of the shooting is: "The two boys had been rowing the boat and watching with the gun for ducks alternately. Metz becoming tired Dawson took the oars, laying the gun down on the seat beside him. It is supposed that he struck the hammer with the oar, when the weapon was discharged with the above result. The accident happened about throe miles from town, and when they reached homo the boy was nearly exhausted from loss of blood. The arm was amputated just below the elbow." Insane Man Caught. A wandering insane man named Albert German was taken in at Irvington last night and will bo tried today before the commissioners. Ho is off on religious questions. G. A. II. Kncampment. On account of the national encampment of the Grand Army of the Republic at Washington, D. C., Sept. 20, the Chicago & Northwestern Railway company will, from Sept. 13 to 20 inclusive, sell excursion tickets to Washington, D. C., and return at exceedingly low rates. Tickets good for return passage until Oct. 10, 1892. For tickets and further information apply to agents C. & N. W. Ry. Co.—24t2 A Good Show Coming. When a meritorious and well-indorsed exhibition, such as W. B. Reynolds' consolidated shows, is to bo seen, it would be well for the farmers to give their hands a holiday. The many favorable accounts that reach us of its exhibitions elsewhere warrant us in saying that this is no clap-trap show, but is among the most orderly and best- conducted shows traveling, and presents circus and menagerie features seldom equaled. The show is to exhibit at Algona on Wednesday, Sept. 14. The parade takes place at noon, and the free seats and free performance just after the parade, and they are well worth coming miles to see. An Opportunity Will be afforded your eastern friends to visit you by the series of excursions arranged by the Chicago & Northwestern railway, for which tickets will be sold at half rates (one fare for the round trip). If you will forward to W. A. Thrall, general passenger and ticket agent Chicago & Northwestern railway, Ohicago, 111., the names and addresses of your eastern friends to whom the information would prove interesting, a circular giving the full details of these excursions will be promptly mailed.— 20eowt3 Loans tracts of We are prepared to furnish money on real estate at a low rate of Interest and give option to pay J100 or more any year. Wo can save you money. Wild lands for sale on easy terms. Special attention given to the sale of Improvea farms, for which we have constant Inquiry. We are the successors of W. H. Nycum, C. M. Doxsee, and A. D. Clarke & Co. In the abstract business, and make a specially of furnishing rellaole Abstracts of Title on short notice. Insurance written In first-class companies, compiled the only large We have IMIap of ever made, showing nil railroads, wagon roads, streams, owners' names, clc. Size, a by 5 ft; price, J3. Call or solid for a copy. HAY & RICE, Algona, Iowa. For You. I make for the present the following very low prices on FLOUR. Try a sack. If it don't please it will cost you nothing: Pat. W. W. flour, per sack, $I.IO Graham flour, per sack, - ;SO Corn meal, per sack, - Rye flour, per sack, - Buckwheat, per sack, Bran, per 100 pounds, Shorts, per 100 pounds, Feed, per 100 pounds, Wheaten Gluten, per sack, .25 .75 .75 .70 .80 .90 .75 All warranted. Liberal discount on round lots. J. J. WILSON. Cloths and Trimmings. J. K. FILL & SON, Merchant Tailors A full stock of cloths and trimmings always kept on hand, and furnished at as low rates us can be bought elsewhere. All work done promptly. WE GUARANTEE SATISFACTION. Come and see us before placing your order. will be to your advantage. It T. I=- cSo SOIT. Bncklcn's Arnica Salve. The best salve in the world for cuts,.sores, ulcers, salt rheum bruises, fever sores, Abstracts. It Alare and has been shaking friends since. He has not 7~-i-«vv»i.u\4 Olgiiy 1WCW w«»w ** »*w- , . j the wings. The pelican is a rare bird w these parts, but a flock of 30 or more was found in one of the s,mall lakes. , Gillie Rutherford's valuable trotting horse broke out of the barn last Friday got hip foot in an old reaper wheel w and the matter the supreme court. The costs are will be fought heavy out in changed much since leaving Algona. Mrs. H. I. Wasson and little girl, who have been spending some time at Spirit Lake, are in Algona visiting at T; H. Lantry's and meeting old friends. Misses Josie and Louise McCoy and Mary Smith started Monday for their school in Minneapolis. Misses Jessie Smith and May Colburn went last week. Mr. and Mrs. Lewis H. Smith start for the western coast Saturday, making a visit with their children in Tacoma and their friends, in other cities in Washington. Mike Winkel came home last week for a month's vacation, and takes Dick Palmer's place at the Northwestern. Dick and Mrs. Palmer are off to Connecticut on ft visit. Mrs. T. H. Lantry, who was called to Make Ready for the Show. W. B. Reynolds' consolidated shows, circus, menagerie, museum, and trained animal exposition will give those of our farmers and others who are fond of seeing fine stock an excellent opportunity of seeing a large number of fine dapple gray and Arabian horses in the parade. The press speaks in the highest terms of this exhibition. It is said that it is the best conducted exhibition that has ever visited here. They do not allow any games of chance in and around the tents, neither do they allow any fakirs, as they are termed, to follow the show. Time Notice. This is to notify all parties that I have given my adopted son, Charles C. McArthur, his time, and that hereafter I shall pay none of his debts nor will I claim any of his earnings. THOS. McARTHUK. cuts, sores. Ulcers, auiiiruuuui, ivsvui ouj.v,=, tetter, chilblains, chapped hands, corns and all skin eruptions, and positively cures piles or no pay is required. It is guaranteed to give perfect satisfaction or money refunded. Price 25o a box; sold by Dr. Sheete. FRESH pies, cakes, tarts, cookies and light biscuit. Leave orders at Setchel & SetchePs milliner shop. Mrs. B. Hodgson. ' LATEST styles stiff and soft hats for men and boys. Geo. L. Galbraith & Co. _ DRUNKENNESS, OK THE LIQUOR HABIT, Cared at Homo in Tea Days liy Administering Dr. Haines' Golden Specific, It can be given in a glass of beer, a cup of coffee or tea, or in food, without the knowledge of the patient. It is absolutely harmless, and will effect a permanent and speedy cure, whether the patient is a moderate drinker or an alcoholic wreck. It lias been given in thousands of cases, and in every instance a perfect eueo has followed.: It never fails. The system once impregnat• ed with the specific, it becomes an utter impossibility for the liquor appetite to exist. Cures guaranteed. A 48-page book of particulars free. Address the Golden Specific Co., 185 Race street, Cincinnati, Ohio. Half Rates to Portland. On account of the annual session of the Sovereign Grand lodge, I. O. O. F., the Chicago & Northwestern will, from Sept. 10 to 14, inclusive, sell excursion ticlcets to Portland and return at half rates—one fare for the round trip- tickets good for return passage within 60 days from date of sale. For tickets and further information apply to agent C. &. N. W. Ry.-22t3 Other abstractors have pooled. We're not in it. We have been in the business for 22 years and don't have to sell, but are here to stay. Our work is GUARANTEED and will be done at living prices. Jones & Smith. P. M. BRONSON, Watches and Jewelry, CLOCKS, SILVERWARE, Silver-plated ware, and all Itlnds of goods In Ills line, Repairing promptly done. At Frank Bros.' store. DO YOU WANT AN AUCTIONEER? ID. AUCTIONEER, Will cry city and farm property, make collections, etc. All business of a private nature strictly confidential, Office with F. M. Taylor, over Howard's. Do You Want a Well ? We do all kinds of well work, such as Drilling, Boring, Gleaning and In fact all work In the well line. Water or sl s SS&«i"V pa ' . . Wisconsin by tho sickness of her er, returned Saturday. Her mother is better, but is not expected to live long. as she is advanced in years. Bring In Your Hay. A, H. Paine is ready to buy hay his barn at the Northwestern depot. at sheep for ft- Mies Cora Hibbard 's •yaoa.tio.n ia the returned from and ' Farm For Sale. The Wernet fartn, 160 acres well improved, three miles southwest of Algona. I. WERNET, g2t6 . Algona. JUST, received, a new invoice of our celebrated $g,25 shoes for ladies. Geo. L. Galbraitb & Co. FOB real estate time loans at the very lowest rates, make inquiry at the Kossuth County bank. Five Very Good Things. D Chamberlain's Cough Remedy, famous for its cures of bad colds and as a prevon tive and cnre for Croup, 50 cents a bottle. Chamberlain's Pain Balm, a general family liniment and especially valuable for rheumatism, sprains, bruises, burn and frost bites, 50 cents a bottle. We sell Chamberlain's Colic, Cholera, and Diarrhoea Remedy, the most successful medicine in use for dysentery, diarrhoea colic and cholera morbus, 35 and 50 cent bottles. St. Patrick's Pills. They are the best physio. They also regulate the liver and bowels. Try them. 25 cents a box. Chamberlain's Eye and Skin Ointment for tetter, salt rheum, scaldhead, eczema, piles and chronic sore eyes, 25 cents a box. For sol* by all druggists. pay. Also put In pumps, set up wind mills, ,d do repairing. CHASER BROS, THE TROTTING STALUON, Byron Sherman •* NO. 5877. Sired by Saturn No. S2G05, Dam Kitty Clyde by Pascas 2500, he by Almont 33, Byron Sherman has trotted miles from 2:37 to S :23'/ z ; half miles from 1 :12 to 1 :10. This horse weighs 124.0 pounds, Is of nlco color, very handsome and of good size, and is a trofter as well as trotting bred. Traces directly from both sire and dam to Hambleton- Ian and Imp. Messenger. SERVICE PEE, $25 THE SEASON. Will stand at Algona, Iowa. J. A., PETER, and FRANK WINKEL, FOUR fine residence lo't's for sale very cheap. John G. $mith,-1&3t5 Has Confidence In It. "I would rather trust that medicine than any doctor I know of," says Mrs. Hattie Mason of Chilton, Carter county, Mo., in speaking of Chamberlain's Colic, Cholera ftnd Diarrhoea Remedy. This medicine can always be depended upon, %gen in the most severe and dangerous cases, both for children and adults. Twenty-five and 50 cent bottles for sale by all druggists. dollars buys the best wagon SEE tbe new American gang plow at 4? 4 W* fr ' ' A'- M. * a- M, DE. L. A, SHEETZ, Drugs and Medicines, Full assortment always oahand of drugs, med- olnes, and pure liquors for medicinal purposes only. Bootee fi.33.eL Statlow,e*y. TTO JD v B $25 YOU CAN BUY A sewing Machine that wWU i tor |*5 j^pn a,t tfce U. p. W. office. j

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