TJffEaii DEAMdlNES; ALGONA, IOWA, WEDNESDAY, OCT. 14, 1891. Successor to J.J. Wilson, Office and Yard on Dodge street, south of State, ALGrOlsrA, - IOWA, ALEX. WHITE, Agent. Handles the best of all descriptions of BUILDING MATERIAL Which includes everything that is possibly needed for the construction of anything from a picket fence to the very finest residence. WE MEET ALL COMPETITION. Come and give us a chance to figure your bills, and we will prove that this is not merely idle talk. SANTA CLAUS SOAP! jk& of violets, Banks of njosa, Arid bajjKs w^ere njlqers grope; And bajjks t^t rjzvrjdle golden coin* Bul FAlRBANl\ i*j»ThE BEST SOAP. 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, Office over Chrischilles' store, Algona. S. S. SESSIONS. Regulating the Sun. If you want a correct timepiece get a watch at Bowyer's. It will not regulate all the ills of the body politic, but it will regulate the sun, moon, and stars, and the county fair was timed by one, Waltham, Elgin, Hamden, Springfield, Puber, Aurora, Seth Thomas, and E. G, Bowyer works as cheap as can be had anywhere. Special prices for the next ten days on all jewelry and silverware. Visit Bowyer and get prices before buying. E, G. Boywer. DO YOU WANT AN AUCTIONEER? 3D, J±. ^£^a-0-^-^3D AUCTIONEER, Will cry city and farm property, mako collections, etc. All business of a private - , nature strictly confidential. W|' Ofllce vvlth F. M. Taylor, over Howard's. gHOBT ',FO«M MORTGAGES— The best tor chattel work. Always In stock at the * •"> w »» v Uppei . De8 Mines office. Dr.\ Hathaway. D. H. HADLEY, M. D., Assistant. (Regular Graduates. Registered.) The Leading Specialist of the Wait. Privtte, Blood, fikla and NorvouB Dlsotseu. 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(Never known to fail to cure consumption, catarrh, kidney troubles and syphilis.) Hetailed in 12, $3, and $5 sizes, sent anywhere on receipt of price. This is the only genuine article; all others are dangerous counterfeits. Dr. Sheetz issues guarantees to cure all ailments for Kidd's Germ Eradicator for the manufacturers. W A MTF D SALESMEN ; Local t\ IN J. i-i U am i traveling to represent our well-known house. You need no capital to represent a arm that warrants nursery stock true to name. |3^"Work all the year; WOO a month to the right man. Apply quick, stating age. i>- L- MAY & CO., Nurserymen, Florists, and Seedsmen, ST. PAUL, MINK. (This house Is responsible.) sats The Chammon -oar- Peoole! Will address the people at I IN THE AFTERNOON, AT 2 O'CLOCK. The public, irrespective of party, is respectfully and cordially invited to turn out and hear the issues discussed by a man of national reputation. There will Also be a Speech in the Evening. A PROCLAMATION By the Governor—Fora General Election, to he Held Tuesday, Nov. 3, 1891. Pursuant to law, I, Horace Boies, povor- nor of the stato of town, do herebv pro claim that nt the general election to lie held on the Tuesday next after (lie first Monday in November, It being tho third day of that mouth, of the your one thousand eight hundred mid ninety-one, tho offices hereinafter mimed are to lie filled, to-wit: My vote of all the electors of the state— Tim office of governor of the state: The oftlce of lieutenant-governor; The office of jwljro of the supremo court; Tho office, of superintendent, of public instruction; The ofilco of railroad commissioner. By vote of the electors of tho several senatorial districts designated below: The oflleo of senator in the general assembly from each of said district*, to-wit: Tho Second district, composed of the counties of .TefTorsou and Vim Huren; The Third district, composed of the counties of Appnnooso and Davis; The Fourth district, composed of the counties of Wayne and Lucas; Tho I'Mftli district, composed of the counties of Kinpgold, Deeiitur, and Union; The Sixth district, composed of tho counties of Taylor and Adams; Tho Eighth district, composed of the counties of Mills and Montgomery; The Eleventh district, composed of the counties of Warren and Clarke; Tho Fourteenth destrlet, composed of the county of Mnhaska: The Fifteenth district, composed of the counties of Marion mid Monroe; Tho Sixteenth district, composed of the counties of Madison and Adair: Tho Seventeenth district, composed of tho counties of Audnbun, Dallas, and (luthrie; Tho Nineteenth district, composed of tho county of Pottawattainic; .The Twenty-third district, composed of llio county of Jackson; Tho Twenty-fourth district, composed of tho comities of Jones mid Codur; The Twenty-llfth district, composed of tlio counties of Johnson mid loivii; The Twenty-sixth district, composed of the county of Linn; Tho Twenty-seventh district, composed of the counties of Webster mid Culhoun; Tho Twenty-eighth district, composed of tho county of Marshall: Tho Thlrty-ilrst district, composed of the counties of Story and Honno; Tho Thirty-second district, composed of the, county of Woodbury; Tlio Thirty-third district composed of tho counties of Buchanan and Delaware; Tlio Thirty-sixth district, composed of tho county of Clayton; Tho Thirty-ninth district, composed of the, counties of Butler and Bremor: Tho Fortieth district, composed of tho counties of Allamiilcooand Fayotte; Tho Forty-first, district, composed of tho counties of Mitchell, Worth, and Wlnnu- bago. The Forty-third district, composed of the counties of Cerro Gordo, Franklin, and Hancock. The Forty-sixth district, composed of the counties of Ida, Plymouth, and Cherokee. The For(,y-stn'em,h dlsti'lcl, composed of the counties of KossuUi, Emmot, Dickinson, Glu.v, and Palo Alto. Tho Forty-ninth district, composed of the counties ol O 1 Brian, Oseoola, Lyon, and Sionx, By voto of tho electors of tho sovonil rop- resentativo districts: Tlio olllcu of repre- Hontativo In Uiogonoml iWHomlily, the up- portionmont. being as follows: FOP tlio First, Leo; Twonty-llrst, DON Moines ; Thirty - llrst, PoUawattamle ; Thlrty-Hevonth, Polk; Forty-third, Scott; Furly-llflh, Clinton; Forty-oii/hth, Linn; Fii'ty-uiKlith, Woodbury; and tho Sixty- ninth, Dubuquc, distriutH, two roproHonta- tlvcs each. For tho Second, Van Duron; Third, Davis; Fourth, Appiinooso; Flftli. Wnyno; Sixth, Decatur; Sovontli, Hlnirirold; IfllRhth, Taylor; Ninth. Page; Tenth, Fremont; Eleventh, Mills; Twelfth, Montgomery; Thirteenth, Adams; Fourteenth, Union; Fifteenth, Clarke; Sixteenth, Lucas; Sovontootli, Monrou; lOig-litoenlh, Wapollo; Nineteenth, Jell'or- son; Twontioth, Henry; Twenty-second, Louisa ; Twenty - third, Washington ; Tvvonty-fourtli, Keokult; Twenty ilfth, MaliiiBka; Twenty-sixth, Marion; Tvvon- ty-Hovonth, Warren; Twenty-eighth, Miidl- son; Twonty-ninUi, Adair; Thirtieth, CIIHS; Thirty-second, Harrison ; Thirty-third, Shelby; Thirty-fourth, Audubon; Tliirty- ilftli, Outliriu; Thirty-sixth, Dallus; Thirty-eighth, Jasper; Thirty-ninth, Powo- sliiok; Fortieth, .Iowa; Forty-llrst, .lohii- son; Foi'ty-Bocond, Musciitiue; Forty- fourth, Codur; Forty-sixth, Jackson; Forty-seventh, Jones; Forty-ninth, Bunion; tioth, Hue; Sixty-ilrst, Ciilhoun; Sixty-second, Webster; Sixty-third, Hamilton; Sixty-fourth, Hardln; Sixty-Jlt'Ui, Grundv; Sixty-sixth, Black Hawk; Sixty-seventh, Buchanan; Sixty-eighth, Delaware; Seventieth, Clayton; Seventy-first, Fayotto; Seventy-second, Brornor; Seventy-third, Butler; Seventy-fourth, Franklin, Sovonty- llftli, Wright; Soventy-sixth, Huinbolilt and Pocahontas; Sovonty-soventli, Buomi Vista; Soventy-oiglith. Plymouth; Seventy-ninth, Sioux; Eightieth,. Lyon and O'Brien; Eighty-first, Oscoola and Clay; Eighty-second, Dickinson, Emuiot, and Palo Alto; Eighty-third, Kossuth and Hun- -fourtl tiotii, Mitclioll; Nlnoty-Jh-Bt, Worth und Winnobiigo, districts, one representative each, By vote of tlio electors of tho First Judicial district, composed of tho counties of Leo and Dos Moines: Tho ofllce of district Judge in said district to fill tlio vacancy occasioned by tho death of Churles H. Pholps,;and now temporarily lillcd by James D. Smytlio. By vote of tho electors of tho Tenth senatorial district, composed of tho counties of Washington und Henry: Tho oflico of senator from said district, to fill tho vacancy occasioned by tho fesfirim- tion of John S. Woolson. By vote of tlio electors of tho Thirteenth senatorial district, composed of tho county of Wupollo: Tho oflico of senator from said district to fill tho vacancy occasioned by tho death of Peter G. Bulllngall. Whereof all electors throughout thostato will take duo notico, and tlio sheriffs of tlio several counties will take ollicial notice and bo governed accordingly. lu testimony whereof I Imvo hereunto sot my hand und caused to bo ufilxed tho groat seal of tho state of Iowa. Done at Dos Moines, this twenty-eighth duy of September, In tho year of our Lord ono thousand eight hundred and ninety-one, of tho Independence of tho United States tho ono hundred and sixteenth, and of tho stuto of lowu tho forty-lift!!. HORACE BOIES. SHERIFF'S PROCLAMATION, To tho electors of Kossuth county, lowu: 'lako notice, that at tho general election to bo held on the third day of November, 1891, tho following ottlces aro to bo rilled by vote of all tho electors of Kossuth county, to-wit: The office of Treasurer; tho oflico of Superintendent of Schools; the office of Sheriff; theoflleesof two Supervisors; the office of Coroner, and tho oftlce of Surveyor. Whereof ull duly qualified electors of said county will take due notice and be governed accordingly. M. STEPHENS, Sheriff of Kossuth Countv, Iowa.
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