The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa on August 26, 1891 · Page 5
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Algona, Iowa
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Wednesday, August 26, 1891
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1 THE OTPEE BBS MOIKESf ALGONA, IOWA, WEDNESDAY, AUGUST 20,1891. PROFESSIONAL DIRECTORY, OEO. E. CLARKE, . ATTORNEY AT LAW. Office over First National bank, Algona, la. W. B. QUARTON, ATTORNEY AT LAW. Orer 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. ARRIVAL AND DEPARTURE OP TRAINS. CHICAGO, MILWAUKEE & St. PAttt,. Westr-Pass.— ^ ! No. 1 6:02 n m No. 3 4:37 pm Freight- No. 0 7:15a m No. 13... No. 5.... East—Pass.— No. 2 10:24 a m No. 4 9:30pm Freight— No. 8 11:55 pm ..ll:45a jn No. 14 2:30ptn .. 8:17pmNo. 10 12:lSam CHICAGO & NORTHWESTERN. North- . Elmore pass. .4:D.i p m St. Paul frt...0:55 a m South— Elmore pass 12:20 p m DesMoinesft 0:20 p m THE CITY. earn his salary in this town and only work half the time. However, we can stand it as long as the rest, and if weeds are preferred to clean streets, so much the worse for us in the eyes of visitors. The well-digging apparatus, which has been in use here for the past three weeks, was loaded Monday afternoon and shipped back to Aurora, 111. The weight of the heavy machinery must have reached eight or ten tons, us it made a good-sized carload. Chas. Tullock, the expert who operated it, left last week as soon as a good flow of water was assured. He goes soon to Australia, where he expects to sink some deep wells at Melbourne. s. s. SESSIONS, ATTORNEY AT LAW* Prompt collections. Money to loan on chattel security. Over Chrischllles' store. L. K. GARFIELD, M. D., PHYSICIAN AND SURGEON. Office, State at., one door east of Cordlngley, Residence, McGregor st., east of the . pifbllc school bxiUding. 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. y 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. Goctsch'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. Deposits received, money loaned, foreign and domestic exchange bought and sold. Collections made promptly, and a general banking business transacted. Passagef tickets to or from the old countries sold at lowest rates. WM. H. INGHAM....... ....... .... .President J. 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 Devlne. the First National Bank CAPITAL 850,000 Special attention given to collections. AMBROSE A. CALL. President D. H. HUTCHINS Vice President J.'0. BLACKFORD.. 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 1 BANK, R. M. Richmond -g™* dent R. R. Richmond Vice President A. B. Richmond Cashier Transacts a general banking business. Collections a specialty. Money'transferred to all parts of ttieT United States and Europe at low - rates Tickets'to and froni'the old country for sale Taxes paid for residents and non-residents. Abstract of title furnished on the same day applied for. DEALER IN REAL ESTATE. Loan and Insurance Ag't and Notary PuMlc. 60,000 acres of prairie lands and Improved farms for sale or rent. Village property for saleorrerit. Now is the ttme to secure you a home before three prospective railroads are built, which will advance the price of laud beyond the 1'eaeh 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 AUTHORIZED CAPITAL ............ $100,000 Incoi-porated under general laws of Iowa. Transacts a general banking business. Mon- ev loaned, foreign and domestic exchange : Souirht and sold, collections a specialty. Heal estate loans procured and insurance furnished. Notes purchased. Large list of wild lauds aud improved farms for sale and rent. S. T. MESERVEY .................... President R. N. BRUER .................. Vice President CHAS. R. STOREHOUSE ............... Cashier Directors-G. S. Ringland, S. T. MSservey, R. N. Bruer, J. B. Johnson, 0. Korslund. DR. L. A. SHEETZ, Drugs and Medicines, purposes only. lStat3.Q33.ary- MOBTGAGES- Ttae best tor chattel work I U« UTO. See the cash store's announcement. The crossing at the Blackford bridge is all right now. Light overcoats took the place of linen when the cold wave struck us last week. License to wed was issued the past week to Tice Wagner and Mary Elman. A daughter was born to Mr. and Mrs. J. Wheeler of Union township, this morning. Regular W. C. T. U. meeting on Friday afternoon at 3 o'clock in the reading room. J. B. Jones is building a new house on his farm in Plum Creek township. Lumber for it was hauled out Monday. Second ward republicans will meet to night at the wigwam to organize a republican club. Let every republican come. None should imagine that the chilly wave of the past few days is to be of long duration. There will be lots of warm weather before the snow flies. Ernest Blaokford has been on the sick list for some days past, but is back at his post again, though looking a little tho worse for wear. Evidently it doesn't agree with him to bo sick. A new sidewalk has been laid in front of the Mclntyre buildings on Call street. It was needed. If a.ny of you have stubbed your toe there as often as has the writer of this, you will say so, too. Geo. C. Call received the sad news by telegram yesterday of the death, at Duluth, of the 15-months-old child of Mr. and Mrs. W. R. Spencer. The little girl was an interesting one, and its death will prove a severe blow to the parents. A gentleman from Des Moines by the name of W. H. Cline has leased the S. C. Spear store building, . and will be here soon to occupy it with a stock of clothing. He also made arrangements for the old Asa C. Call residence on Dodge street, which he will occupy with his family. Director Sessions writes home that he never worked so hard before in his life as he has since going to Des Moines last week. He says he has been busy night and day, helping to get ready for what he believes will be the greatest fair in the history of the state. And in all probability he is right about it. The sale of the Thorington house furniture occurred last Friday. The goods were bid in by Geo. C. Call to satisfy a judgment of some $-570. They will not be removed from the hotel, but will remain and be used as heretofore. This sale in no way affects the house, which goes on the same as though it had not occurred. John Slade, formerly a resident here, now runs through Algonaon the Northwestern road as conductor on what is facetiously termed a passenger train. This is no't intended as a reflection on Mr. Slado, who runs such cars as they send him out with. Tho Northwestern train service on this line beats walking just a little. M. B. Dalton, once an Algona merchant, has again engaged in mercantile business by the purchase of the Oleson store at Irvington. Ho has already taken possession. It is our guess that Mike will prove a popular man with the people who trade at Irvington. His family will 'for the present remain at their'home in Algona. The new Methodist parsonage is almost completed. When done it will be a comfortable and convenient residence. Rev. Whitfield will not move into it at present. The annual conference comes next month, after which lie will know 'where he is to be stationed the coming year. If returned here he will take possession of the new house. The cold wave struck this section last •Friday, and the temperature dropped : from 90 in the shade to close to the freezing point in a few hours. Saturday night brought a light frost, and there was'another Sunday night, but so far as is learned no damage was done bv it. All kinds of crops are so far along that 'a touch of frost could do them no hai'm. S. C. SpeaT has fitted up rooms in his store building, which is otherwise vacant, and 'he and Mrs. S. are now at home to their friends. They are as comfortable as need be in their new apartments, where they will remain for an indefinite time, or until they can get one of their Qwn houses to move into. Meantime they find a solution to the servant girl question by taking their meals at the hotel. Mr. Gay mourns the loss of his entire corn crop, which consisted of a single stalk with one fine ear, the same having been feloniously removed during the night time. Said corn field was located next to J. J. Wilson's office, and gave promise of most excellent returns for the amount of labor expended upon it. But it is gone to return no more, and it is thought detectives are now at work on the case with good prospects of success. Sundry repairs have been going on at the high school building during the past week. The gutters in the roof, which had become leaky, have had new tin and new shingles put in them, and the workmen say there will be no more leak there. A coat of paint on the roof would not be a bad thing about now, and aside from the matter of preservation would add much to the general appearance of the best school building in northern Iowa. Speaking about crops it should not be forgotten that Algona has a crop of weeds that seem to have done as well this summer as anything else that grows from the ground. We read not long ago an item which said that in a Wisconsin town they have what is known as a weed commissioner. He is appointed by the mayor, and his duty is to see that the streets are kept clear of weeds. For this service he gets two dollars a day. Such an official could The latest in the way of local politics is the talk among many republicans of nominating Col. Spencer for county treasurer. Probably no mnh whom the republicans could select would have a stronger following in the party than he. It is but fair to the colonel, however, to say that this talk is not of his making, nor is he in any way engaged in seeking the nomination. He simply occupies the position that ho would probably accept if nominated. Work on tho Blackford hill and bridges seems to be about completed. It has taken a long time, but a visit lo scene of operations shows that much has been accomplished, and that the improvement, which is one of much importance to Algona, will be appreciated by people who have occasion to travel that road. Teams were crossing there last week, but one of the bridges was torn up Monday and Tuesday for repairs. Doubtless by this time there will be no further hindrance to teams crossing. While at tho circus last Friday afternoon B. W. Haggard was prostrated with an attack of heart trouble, and for a time it was feared that serious results would follow. Physicians were immediately summoned and the patient properly cared for and removed to his homo. Ho had not been feeling well during tho day, aud it is thought tho condition of the weather and the lack of good ventilation in the tent had something to do with the case. Sunday he was able to be out again, and Ben's many friends are glad that the outcome is no worse. The state fair opens on Friday of this week, and the stream of visitors to Des Moines will begin only to end when the fair is over with. The railroads give a rate of one fare one way for the round trip. Beginning on Monday next the Northweftern will run a special train each day to Des Moines and return. The train leaves Algona very early, in the morning and arrives at Des Moines about 10 o'clock a. m. Returning it will leave Des Moines at about G p. m. It makes a long day of it, but very many will take advantage of this nlan to see the attractions at tho state fair and only lose a day in doing so. First ward republicans met at the Reed building last Thursday evening and organized a republican club with E. Tellier for president, A. A. Brunsonfor secretary and treasurer, and Tollier, Brunson, and Col. Spencer were made an executive committee. The object is for thorough organization and to see that the party vote is out on election day. The executive committee will work in conjunction with the county chairman to this end, and there can be no doubt that much in the way of party success can be secured in this way. It is understood that similar clubs will be organized in the other wards this week. It is not to be charged up to County Chairman Doxsee that he is attempting to put on any unnecessary airs, but the official letter heads gotten out at this office for him during the past week are something rather neat in their line, and show that the county chairman .is active and mean business. In addition to the name of the chairman of the central committee they contain the names of all the township committeemon, and are a source of information to all who happen to see them. As to their general get up, it may safely bo said that they outshine anything used by the state committee. A letter from J. W. Wadsworth, who is now at Des Moines assisting in the work of getting ready for the big state fair, has been received at this office. It is self-explanatory, and says: " When 1 left Algona the report was that the machinery men were not going to make an exhibit this year. Since corning here I have found that it is not so. More space is being asked this year than ever before, and the ground will be covered with machinery of all the new improved kinds. Over 2,000 entries have already been made of stock and miscelllaneous articles, and of course this is early yet. The officers and secretary think tho outlook is for the biggest fair ever held yet, and it looks so to me. The electric lights are a great success, making the grounds as light as day." The Des Moines Register speaks of Algona's state fair director as "Col. Sessions." We are not aware of the authority by which that paper thus attaches a title to our rotund resident, but it probably knows what it is talking about. The item entire is of general interest and we reproduce it: " President Head, Col. Sessions of Algona, and some others of the state fair management lit up the fair grounds last night with the new electric light plant. It was a complete success. Capt. Head and an nnknown engaged in a sprinting contest to tost the track and see if time could be kept by the electric light. The stop watches were easily read and the captain as usual was a winner. Tho management already sees the visions of immense receipts for the evenings, inasmuch as there is to be no evening parades in the city." A Swede who works for Mike Johnson was attacked by a couple of toughs Sunday night aboutll o'clock, near Ben. Winkle's residence. Meeting there they accosted him with sundry questions, to which he answered, "I don't know." Then one of them said he guessed the fellow didn't know anything and struck him a blow in the face. This led to a general rough-and-tumble fight which followed and in which tho Swede knocked one of the fellows down and was giving him a well-deserved choking. Then the other tough j umped onto the Swede and made an effort to snatch his watch, but was only successful in carrying off the chain. Our Swede friend finally got to his feet and made a bee line for home, followed by both the others. He proved too fleet of foot and outran his pursuers. He thinks he could recognize his assailants in daylight. No clew is had to their identity. PERSONAL MOVEMBKT8. Honrv Simpkins is out from Madison, Wis., on a visit to the parental roof. F. S. Stough went to Ames on Monday to look after some business matters. Rev. Davidson and family returned on Friday. He reports a pleasant trip on the lake. J. R Blossom was in town Thursday. He was on his way home from a trip to Minneapolis. Homer Holcomb of Mason City has been doing business in Algona during the past week. F. H. Vesper is being visited by his father, who lives near Horicon, Wis. He came this morning. Prof. Dixson goes to Des Moines. tomorrow. Ho will visit friends and see what they have at tho state fair grounds. ,T. C. Heckart and daughter Hattio are up from Englo Grove for a short visit. They are guests at tho A. D. Clarke home. Rev. Anlcr was up from St. Joe last Wednesday, and this office acknowledges n pleasant call and a half-hour chat with him. Chr. Bohrmann of La Salle, 111., was a Kossuth county visitor this week. He owns a fine farm noai 1 Bancroft, and was hero looking after his interest. W. F. Carter had as guests n couple MICHIGAN PEACHES Are likely to be at their best within the next few weeks. We expect to have a good supply. They willl be arriving nearly every day. We will be glad to furnish fruit for those who expect to do canning. Get the 1 CASH STORE prices before you buy. We are selling everything cheap. ^ Fruits of all kinds will be cheaper this year than last. Flour has taken a very sharp advance, and will likely continue high till another crop grows. Call and see TOWNSEND & LANG-DON. • i us. of days hist week an uncle and mint who were traveling through this portion of the state and stopped off to see him. Harvey Ingluun wont to Council Bluffs and Omaha last week Wednesday for n week's visit with relatives. Ho was accompanied by his sister, Miss Anna. Miss May Clarke IB over from Sioux City for a visit of a few weeks. She likes the city on the big muddy as a place of residence, and will return there. Mrs. Prof. Dixson, accompanied by her visitors, Mrs. Holhind and Miss Weaver, went to Des Moines last week, and will make a. visit of some days in the capital city. L. C. Chandler was in Dos Moines a couple of days last week. He wont to consult with his specialist about his eyes, which have been troubling him a little of late. Will. F. Smith, accompanied by his daughter Hallio, came *p from Webster City and Sundayed hero. Will always limls plenty of friends whenever ho comes to Algona. S. D. Drake and wife stopped in Algona on Monday, on their way home from a week's outing at Okoboii. They have many friends hero who were pleased to meet them. Will Clarke of Sioux city was an Algona visitor on Monday. Ho is looking well, and reports say he is rapidly coming to the front as an attorney. Ho went oast Monday evening. Mrs. Brunei 1 and children wont to Des Moines last week for a visit, and Bert goes tomorrow to engage a portion of his time likewise, as well as to take in the state fair attractions. ' Chas. McCormick was over from Em- motsburg on Monday, having business here. Ho is the man who is. putting up a large bank building in our neighboring town. That will give Emmotsburg her third bank. J. B. Jones was in Des Moinos most of last week on business. He came home on Friday. He says great preparations have been made for the state fair, and it is expected it will eclipse all previous exhibits. A. J. Robinson and wife were up from Britt last Friday. The circus skipped their town, but Andy wasn't to be left out in the cold, so they made it the (pc- casion of a visit to friends and " the only big show " at the same time. Uncle Sam. Benjamin and his daughter, Mrs. A. A. Brunuon, returned Thursday last from their trip to the eastern part of the state. Uncle Ben says they had a splendid time among old friends where they once lived. Several of our people are off to the Independence races this week, "j'nong FARM LOANS. Having secured the agency of the New England Loan and Trust Company, I am now prepared to make farm loans on five to ten years' time at the lowest possible rate, with privilege of partial payments before due. Oflicc over Chrischilles' store, Algona. S. S. SESSIONS. AT THE CITY WELL. ARE you on to Kiefs Backet store? the 'number B. G. Bowyer, W. I' Carter, Gitty Rutherford, S. I. Plumloy, and G. C. Thomas. A lot of Bancroft- ites came down yesterday on their way to the same point. Wilfred Jones returned Sunday morning from a six weeks' trip through the eastern states and portions of Canada. He met Miss Alice Spear at Portland, Me., and spent a day with Fred Bartlett in New York City. He reports a most enjoyable time. Hugh Smith of the Goldflold Chronicle was in town between trains on Saturday, Ho was looking for a carpenter to help him out on his new office building. He says the carpenters in his town are all so busy that ho could not got one for love nor money. John Fill Sundayed in Algona at the home of his parents. He has for some months been railroading down in Georgia, but as the heated season came on he found it necessary to emigrate to Iowa and get some fresh air. He says the malaria in that section is what makes lots of trouble. Otherwise he thinks the country quite endurable. W. H. Ingham and son Fred returned last Friday from the Minocqua country, in Wisconsin, where they spent a couple of weeks fishing and enjoying the beautiful scenery up there. Talk about fish- ingl The captain says we don't know anything about it. A box of splendid trout which arrived hero ahead of him was sufficient proof of the manner in which they occupied their time while in the country of lake's. Wm. Goodrich was down from Hebron last Friday. He ceased viewing the circus parade long enough to tell us that the people in his section wore threshing out their grain, and that wheat was going anywhere from 20 to 80 bushels to the acre, while oats went as high as 80, and never below 40 bushels. That is the kind of crops they are in the habit of raising up in the north end. No 67-cent Boies corn there. J. W. Wadsworth went toDesMoines last week, where he occupies an important position in the management of the state fair, which begins on Friday next. Sheriff Stephens goes this week. He is chief of police on the state fairgrounds. If any county in the state is better represented at the state fair than Kossuth we have yet to hear what one It' is. Kossuth county people are noted for getting to the front either at b.pme or abroad. The IM-OKfOBH thnt ItnB Hccii Slrulo Purliitf tho I'nHt Week. Work has progressed at tho city well as rapidly as possible since they struck a good flow of water last week. When tho Aurora Well company's man began work- there, some three weeks ago, it was necessary, in order to sot tho machinery, to disfigure tho engine house in various ways, not tho least of which was tho cutting away of a portion of the roof. In a general way tho building was badly demoralised. It stands directly over tho well, and that is why this had to be done. Then the big underground pump, which weighs 2,S<)0 pounds, had to bo taken out of tho well entirely in order to allow tho work, to go on.* Altogether there was such a disarrangement of matters about tho engine house that some time will necessarily elapse before we get down to business again. Then it was discovered that tho platform at tho bottom of tho reservoir, upon which the pump rested, was insecure, and so a now one has boon put in which is believed to bo strong enough to hold tho heavy weight which will come upon it. l.his was done by digging into tho sides of tho six-foot hole and putting in rock foundations to rest the ends of tho timbers upon. It is believed that nothing is now lacking to make everything about the well first-class in all respects. The work of putting that 2,800-pound pump back to tho bottom of the 112-foot reservoir has boon going on since Monday morning. It is slow business handling such heavy machinery, and much time must be consumed in getting it back in proper position again. Then when tho connections arc made wo shall soon bo able to supply all tho water that is required. Now that wo have an abundance of water tho city council should lose no time in extending tho mains and thereby supplying such of our people as want and will pay for water service. There are many such who have been waiting for lo, those many months, and who will bo only too glad to make their own connections with tho city mains so soon as an opportunity is presented. When this is done is when tho city will begin to derive a revenue from its plant. At present nothing more than fire protection is ail'ordod. Wo should have more than that, and can have it if the city fathers will take active measures for tho extension tho mains. Let tho good work go at once. State : University OF Thc Several Departments will Begin the Year 1891-92 on Sept. 16. Wurli department IK thoroughly equipped for (Mllc.lunt work, mid no pulim will \m spared to afford HtudontH tho best, posulblo opportunity to purmio their clioHMi HnoHof ntudy. Vorpar- tlculnr Information an to tho respective do- piirtmnntH, nddrosH an follows: Colli'Kluto—Clwrli'N A. Hohaeffor, president, lowu City. Law—J'imllu McCliiln, ulmncullor, Iowa City. Mctdlnnl—U \V. UttlK, M. D., Koorotary of faculty, Iowa City. Tlomuwpathlr. Mrdlciiil—A. C. Oowpnrthwalto M. D., diiiin of faculty, Iowa City. Dimtul—A. O. Hunt, M. D., ili'iin of faculty, lowadl.y. I'lmnmicmilloal—B. L. Uoonior, Ph. G.,doail of faculty, Iowa City. Kxpi'iiHOH In all (lupitrtint'iitH are reasonable. C'ont oflHinril Inprlvalo famllleH, *;i to JB per wwlt; In clubx, if]..")() to fa,no pur woolc. For ratuloguoH, or for gi'iiural Information, luldi'UKH CHAS. A. SCHAKl-'l-'KU. Primlilent. Iowa State Normal School CKDA11 FALLS, IOWA. A Technical School for Teachers, of on . Hupporlecl, and HUporvlHCd liy tho State, of Iowa. Sixteen Specialists in the Faculty. More than ono hundred camltdaten for grad- uatlou thu coming school your. StmlentH (ire graduated any liniu during tliu year when the course IB completed. Stiito oorUflcatoH granted by luw to KruauutuH of thu school. Write for catalogue to HOMER H. S1SERLEY, Prost. LOTTIS Dealer In all klmlM of IloiidliiK Hoora BonolK. There will bo a Russian Tea and Literary entertainment at tho Congregational church on Thursday evening, tho proceeds to aid tho Algona reading room. Following is the programme: Vncil Solo Lutlo Wallace Recitation Cora Hibbard notation LoutBO McCoy Recitation '.'...,....... Cornlo Iu K hum Recitation . Gertrude Clarke Vocal Solo JoHlo McCoy Recitation lunette WilHon notation .•••••• Nettie Horrlok Recitatlon '' Jessamine Jones Dofsarte Amy Wallace Recluluon.V.'. •.•:.•.•..: « C lorue Instrumental Sarah Hull Admission 25 cents; children 16 cents. Tickets at the door, Go TO Rist's Racket store for great bargains.—20 ^__ Go TO Galbraith's for boots and shoos. Have you seen their $2.25 ladies' fine shoes? Furniture, Picture Frames, Looking glassuH, chromos, and all kinds of ready-madu collluw. lloarao for public use. JIuadqiiurturH for best SEWINC MACHINES AND ORGANS. To RENT—House, Stacy. live rooms. J. E. GALBRAITH has a nants at cheap prices. few more rem- LOUIS LESSING, Agent. JAB. A. ORB, painter; will do painting, paper hanging, kalsomining, etc., in the latest and best styles, and guar antee satisfaction. See him and prices before lotting your work. get BIG stock on Galbraith's 5, 10, and 25 cent counters. New 1'alnt Shop. Sid. Cotteroll has opened a now shop opposite the Tennant house, and will do all sign and carriage painting. GALBRAITH has just received a nice new stock of worsted dress goods, prints, etc. FOB the annual encampment, Sons of Veterans of theU. S., to be held in Minneapolis, Aug. 24 to 89, tickets will be sold by tbe C. M. & St. P. railway at one fare for the round trip, selling Aug. 23 and 24. K IDD'S ('BUM EKAIMOATOB" Positively cnvufi i U diseases—because It kills all germs, bactei-ln, parasites, microbes, and anlmuloulu lu the system, which the prominent physicians in coavoutlon agreed was the cause of all disease. The air, water, vegetables aud fruit are lull or these little worms, oauslng catarrh, consumption, diabetes, ana i$rlglit r s disease, cancers, tumors, and all so- called Incurable diseases. (Wevov known to fall to euro consumption, cutarrh, kidney troubles and syphilis.) Retailed iu »3, *3, and J5 sizes, sent auywhero on receipt of price. This Is tho only genuine article; all others are dangerous counterfeits. Ur. Saeetz issues guarantees to cure all ailments for Kidd'8 Germ Eradieator for the manufacturers. (0000.00 i ye«r ii belli; m>il< t>7 John R. GooJw!n,Tro.v,N.V.,»t work for til. KvQtUr, you niny not iimke u» much, but wt can leacli youiiulrklj lioiv to vum from 99 *0 f 10 » tiny ut the Murt, »ud lucre •» you go jAmericu, you van cijiimienep M bornp, rlT-» ;ug nil yuur timber »i'«r« nionwwtt onlrta tli! w«V All U IIHV. Urcut |»y SVBIf ftr «i cry worker. We >t«rt Kfe/^'A^I^Sriiii * to-. •vcr; I'AI' bit!' rQfo 9lCi .nil honorably, bjr tt«» of r lei. youut of ojii. «B<J ta Ital* m theyUTJ. 4VT

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