M01NE8! ALGONA, IOWA, Iff THE NAME Of POLITICS. A \Vfe6k of orntory for Mg Kosstith —Those Who Do the Talking* nfid Where it Will He l>one. Next week wilt be one of republican • oratory In kossuth. The contra! committee have nnnounced the following appointments, each of which Insures an entertaining discussion of political Issues by speakers of prominence: Geo. Van Hotiten at Wesley, Tuesday, Oct. 27, at 8 o'clock p. m. Geo. Van Houten at Hurt, Wednesday, Oct. 28, at 2 o'clock p. m. W. M. McParland at Bancroft, Thursday, Oct. 29, at 8 o'clock p. m. A. J, Holmes at LuVerne, Thursday. Oct. 29, at 8 o'clock p.m. Mr, Van Houten us candidate for the lieutenant governorship will attract attention In this county, and as an old alliance man will discuss the issues of interest to the farmers. Of Secretary of State McFarland and ex-Cong-ressmnn Holmes nothing need be said, both are so well and favorably known to Kossuth audiences. These four speeches, with Senator Allison's mooting tomorrow, will give the issues of this campaign so plain a setting out that no one can mistake thorn. The reports from the county continue to ( Indlcnto an old-timo republican majority. There is loss evidence this week of IHI.V intention to carry the con- tost for the- Hhorlff's nomination to tho polls than lhi;ro was last, and tho only disaffection la confined to u few in Algona. This is less that ever before was shown ivftor so close a fight in tho caucuses. Tho general sentiment Beems to bo on nil sides that Mr. Stephens, having won a nomination aftor a fair and lively skirmish, is entitled to the votes and that this yonr nt least all local dis- flontloti should bo shelved in view of the importance of tho result in tho Htatc. Worse and Worse for ])r. Houriie. Hancock Signal: Tho Hancock county alliance mooting caUod by Secretary Bowker to meet In Garner last Saturday to endorso Dr. Bourno was n groat big fizzle and proved a water haul for the indcpondont-domo candidate for representative. Our good frlond Dr. Bracket of tho Democrat kindly lout his sot-vice to procure Finch's hall for the mooting, expecting to seo tho hall Crowded with republican farmers anxious to endorse tho democratic candi- theirseed; to sow, In a workmanlike manner, the remainder of such tillable land with small grain other than flax, wheat or buckwheat; and bind and stack the same in good manner; to cut and stack in good order nil hay grown on said land, unless first party elects to cut snmo for his own use which he reserves the right to do. Siiid second party agrees to pay for the use of such land as follows. Thirteen and one-third bushels of the soundest corn raised by him each year of said term, for each acre planted to corn, to bo delivered in the crib of said first party and to be weighed on his scales, weight to bo 75 pounds per bushel and corn to be s6 delivered between Oct. 15 and Nov. 15 of each year t or during November, at the option of first party; to thresh and deliver to said first party, at the machine, one- third of all small grain raised on said land if second party furnishes seed, and one-half of such grain if first party furnishes seed; to give first party one- third of all wild hay and ono-half of all tamo hay cut by second party on said farm; to pay first party, Nov. 1, of each year, S2.60 per acre for all pasture land on said promises, and give said first party one.-half of corn stalks and straw OCT. l, HOW RUBENS PAifc A date, but tho farmers were conspicuous in their absence. Fay Bowkor and Wallace Hardie of Crystal Lake, and W. W. Olmstead of Forest City, and Dr. Bourno of Kossuth were on hand roady and willing to steer the county alliance into tho democratic harbor, but they could not muster a corporal guard of alliance men. President Mooro refused to call tho meeting to order as an alliance mooting for want of a quorum, and tho steering . committee retired with tears of sorrow running down their care-worn cheeks. What was intended for a bright political move was turned into a mournful funeral wlth^Dr. Bourne for the corpse and with Bowker, Hardio and Olm- utoad as chief mourners. Rest in peace, dear ones, until a more propitious season. The farmers' cribs and granaries are too full this year for a calamity campaign. It may be that Dr. Bourno would make a fair representative, but from a remark made by Olmstead to one of our citizens wo conclude that tho doctor is not brilliant. When asked if Dr. Bourno made a speech Saturday, Mr. Olmsoud's reply was " no, and judging from tho conversation I have had with him it is better for Dr. Bourno to keep still." Tho alliance of Hancock county will not go into politics this year, and each momber will follow his own political, inclination and preference without dictation from would be democratic loaders. A II mi cor U County CoiifcBulon. Britt Tribune: Fay Bowkor was in town Saturday. Wo talked tho matter of tho convention over with him and are satiatiod that ho was imposed on by tho Kossuth county democracy feigning to act as tho Kossuth al- lianco. Fay voted for Dr. Bourno, bo- lioving it to bo for his interest. As an alliance man this was of course all right. But as to tho democratic scheme, Fay says he was ignorant until tho endorsement was made. That he transcended tho bounds of his jurisdiction ho admits but says he was also drawn into that unthinkingly. As he has very manfully confessed his error WO fool loss like censuring him than wo did, us fortunately tho scheme has fallen flat and will do no harm, owing to its being nipped in the bud by the Tribune showing it up in season. grown on said premises, with right to enter upon said premises with stock and teams, to food or remove same, and second party also agrees to work with man and team upon the roads, under tho direction of road supervisor, two days, to apply on road tax of first party. It is further agreed, that If said second party shall fail to deliver the rent corn aforesaid, or any part thereof within tho time above specified, said first party may enter upon said premises with his men and teams and pick and haul same and sufficient more, at the then market price at (Srundy Center, to fully compensate first party for labor and expense thereby Incurred. Said first party shall not bo liable for damage done by his stock to corn fields on said land aftor January 1, of any year of said term, and shall not be liable for any damage done by his stock to liny of tho straw or corn stalks on snid land in any amount or for any part thereof which such stock may eat or consumo,'and said first party shall have tho right by himself, agents or tenants, upon all stubble ground hereby leased, immediately after harvest, for purpose of plowing same. It Is further expressly agreed that a failure by the party of tho second part to perform any of his agreements herein contained shall authorize the first party to enter upon said premises and cause to bo done all work necessary to fully perform each of said stipulations neglected by said second party, labor or money expended by said first party in such work, he shall have a lien on the share of the .crops belonging to said second party, and the right to take from the same, sufficient, when harvested, at market value thereof, to fully pay him for such work and expense, and said first party shall have the right to determine when such work ought to be done. Second party shall stack one-half small grain raised by him in cattle yards of first party when first party shall direct. H. BOIES. HOME-MADE at Slough's. harness : and repairing Hi! P»lnt*d • fot-tdnft foi- HI* fol Landlord, Who Didn't Llk* 1*. In the beginning of the Set eaieenth century Peter Paul Rubens, whose name had not the same sound then as now. lived iil Paris, at a modest inn near the palace of his patroness, Maria de MedicL Sometimes he had hia pockets full of money and lived like A prince. but of tenet he was without ft pfennig: at any rate he paid his host Very irregularly, or not at all. The host did not consider it an honor to board this grejit painter, and as he had a supreme contempt for art, he often cast insults at Rubens. One day when the innkeeper was in an especially bad humor h? threatened to throw Rubens out of the door like a tramp and without furtlu-r notice. Rubens had just had an audiehiv with Louvre, but did not possess a holler. What should he do? The tavern keeper would not reason, but wanted to see cash; under any circumstance:-' money mnirt be procured. The artist took a small picture of hi.» own from the wall and asked in a note written to one of his friends 1,800 lin» for it. Half an hour later the messenger returned, saying that the gentleman would pay only 800 lire for it. Rubens was furious, threw tha pictiuv on tht- ground and stamped upon it, while the host was still more furiouBv as hi.- hopes, through this "daub," to get mon^y were dispelled. He wanted to put bin guest out on the pavement immediately when Rubens gave his word of honor that he would pay his debt within eigl:; days. With these words Rubens hurried up stairs and locked the door. He left the room very seldom and never without taking the key with him. A week later he appeared before his host with a little hand trunk with these words: ' "1 have kept my promise. Upon tin- table in my room you will find more money than 1 owe you. Farewell. «i: host!" Then he left the inhospitable house with the mien of a grand seigneur, win- had given rich alms. The tavern keeper hurried up th- stairs to the artist's room. The door stood open and the mass of money which was spread upon the table met his gaze Fourfold Louis, double Louis, dollar.- and half dollars lay there in gay con fusion. Naturally the good man though! Successor to J, J, Wilson, Office and Yard on Dodge street, south of State, ALGONA, - IOWA. ALEX, WHITE, Agent. Handles the best of all descriptions of BUILDING MATERIAL Wliich 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. IHE finest hue of Chenille curtains and fixtures ever brought to the city at Galbraith's. J to Withdraw. Britt correspondence in the State Hegister: Dr. Bom-no, the Indopende- pont-Demo-Alliunco what-is-it? candidate for representative, filled his appointment to speak at Garner, Saturday. He was greeted by eight ardent followers, and returned to Algona to confer with the faithful as to the best method of giving up the race and calling it a bad job, GOY. BOIES' FARM LEASE. A Sample of His Agreement AVltli Ills Tenants—Ho l.ikos IMouty of Com, This agreement, made September 2, 1687, between H. Boies of tho first part, and John Pirshiller of the second part, witnossoth: That the party of the first part has to the party of tho second purl for tho term of one year, commencing March 1, 1888, aud ending March 1, 1889, a part of his farm, situated in Grundy county, Iowa, estimated at acres, and more particularly described as follows. The land on section 14 and 23 of said farm, cultivated past season bv said Firshiller, also dwelliug house and pasture occupied and used by second party during pust season. In consideration of which, tho party of the second part agrees to draw out and scatter on said land, each year, all manure thereon; to properly prepare for and plant at least one-half of the tillable land thereon to corn, and carefully and thoroughly cultivate the same «ad destroy all burr weeds growing in such corn fields before they mature SEASONABLE_ AD VICE, People Often Suffer Much When a Simple Remedy Would Cure Them. Thbre is little doubt that many persons suffer for years with ailments that could easily be cured by the use of some simple remedy The following incident will illustrate: "My wife was troubled with a pain in her sido the greater part of the time for three years, until cured by Chamberlain's SM m ' w* v. a8 ' J thluk ' P«manenUy cured her. We have also used Chamberlain's Cough Rt-mudy whenever needed and believe it to bo the best in the world P M. Boston, Poimville, Sullivan county, Misl souri." Sold by F. W. Dingley. All They Claim to Be. Tho Houtzdale (Pa.) Observer remarks: " Wo advertise at present for a firm whose preparations have proved, in our own family, all that they claim to be. We refer to Chamberlain's Colic, Cholera, and Diarr- hoea Remedy. We stand up for this medicine because we have tested it. This is not an advertisement for tho medicine, but is simply our testimony regarding it after a fair trial." Sold by F. W. Dingloy. It Will Prevent Croup. " Wo know from experience in the use of Chamberlain's Cough Remedy that it will prevent croup," says Messrs. Gadberry & Worley, Percy, Iowa. They also add that the Remedy has given great satisfaction in that vicinity, and they believe it tho best in the market for throat and lung diseases. St. Patrick's Pill* Are carefully prepared from the best materials and according to tho most approved formula, and are the most perfect cathartic aud liver pill made. Sold by Dingley he must quickly pnt his money in a sufi place, bnt what astonishment and furv he showed when, upon touching a golil piece, he found that it was only painted' The iniaer. tho trump, had fooled him! But hia anger lessened somewhat whwi he saw on tho walla the rich clothing that had been left by the painter. From the sale of this he conld cover a great part of the debt. He reached for a cherrv colored velvet tnantle—what disappoint- mentl That, too, like the other gar ments and the glittering gold, waa only painted! Tho unhappy host was pitied by all hi.- frienils who heard it. Tht; story became further known uml the painter's fame grew and spread Distinguished people streamed to tin- modest tavern to hear of Rubens' gay trick from the host himself and see thi- painted clothing—the table had been pu; in the garret as the owner wanted it oiu of sight—and many a dollar was in the tavern for the purpose of thcHu things. One day a rich Englishman who doti-.. on art was accidentally told of the deceptive table by the tavern keeper. Hi- asked to see the table, admired it and offered to give tho host as much cash in French gold and silver coins as w;:> painted on the table. Naturally t!:t- host accepted and was rid of this "diri agreeable" piece of furniture.—Philadol phia Times. . are the scenes of njy childhood,, . recalls feiio view* Tfyesoap-keffle hwjgr on fte poles of TL c i , c S> reer ?kssv I i^dmoKe and fyeomeli ibaj my • m • ^ But j(pse days of£ Have loijgf since pray and we we As soon CLAU A PROCLAMATION By the Governor—For a wii-*- era! Election, to be HeI<fV Tuesday, Nov. 3- iSpl* .)-' Pursuant to law, i, Horace Boies, governor of the state of Iowa, do hereby proclaim that at the general election to be field- on the Tuesday next after the first Monday in November, it being the third day of that month, of the year one thousand eight hundred and ninety-one, the office* hereinafter named are to be filled, to-wit: By vote of all the electors of the state— The office of governor of the state: The office of lieutenant-governor; The office of Judgextf the supreme court; The office of superintendent of public la! struction; The office of railroad commissioner By vote of the electors of the several senatorial districts designated below: Theoffice of senator iit the general assemblv from each of said districts, to-wit: The Second district, composed of the- counties of Jefferson and Van Buren; The Third district, composed of the counties of Appanoose and Davis; The Fourth district., composed of the- counties of Wayne aud Lucas; . The Fifth district,, eomposed-of the counties of Ringgold, Decatnr, and Union; The Sixth district, composed of the counties of Taylor and Adams; The Eighth district, composed of the- couuties of Mills and Montgomery; The Eleventh district, composed of the ''• counties of Warren and Clarke; The Fourteenth destrict, composed of the county of Mahaska; The Fifteenth district, composed of the counties of Marion and Monroe; The Sixteenth district, composed of the counties of Madison and Adair: The Seventeenth district, composed of thp counties of Audubon, Dallas, and GuthrT The Nineteenth district, composed of county of Pottawattamie; The Twenty-third district,, composed o' the county of Jackson; .. The Twenty-fourth district,, composed'of the counties of Jones and Cedar • The Twenty-fifth district, composed of the counties of Johnson and Iowa • The Twenty-sixth district, eomposed of the county of Linn; • • The Twenty-seventh district,, eomposed of the counties of Webster and Ca-lhoun; The .Twenty-eighth district, eomposed of the county of Marshall; • The Thirty-first district, composed of the counties of Story and Booue; The Thirty-second district, composed of the county of Woodbury; The Thirty-third district, composed of the counties of Buchanan and Delaware; The Thirty-sixth district, composed'of the county of (Jluyton; The Thirty-ninth district, composed of the counties of Butler aud Bremer; The Fortieth district, composed of the counties of Allamakee and Fayette i The Forty-first district, composed of the counties of Mite-hell, Worth, and Winne- CHICAGO. P. S. STOUGH has gloves and mittons. a fine lino of Consumption Cnretl. An old physician, retired from practice, having had placed in his hands by an East India missionary the formula of a simple vegetable consumption, bronchitis, catarrh? astimia* aud a".throat aud luugaffections, also a posi' live and radical cure for nervous debility and all nervous complaint*, after having tested ite wonderful curative powers in thousands of cases, has felt It his duty to make :.t kuown to bis wittering fellows. Actuated by this motive and a desire to relieve human surterln". i will send free of charge, to all who desire °'t this recipe, in German, French, or English with full directions for preparing and using.' Sent by mail by addressing wlfh stamp, uamlus this paper. W. A. Noyos, 8!>0 Powers' Rochester, N. Y, Iowa State Normal School CEDAR FALLS, IOWA. A Technical School for Teachers, Kstablished, supported, and supervised by the State of Iowa. Sixteen Specialists in the Faculty. More than one hundred candidates for irrad- uation the coming school year. Students are graduated any time during the year when the course Is completed. State certificates granted by law to graduates of the school. Write for HOiMER H. SEERLEY, Prest. Aldermen us M Hoard of Dlreotorx. It would clear away much misconcei>- tion if the popular body in cities, instead of being spoken of and thought of us a local legislature, could be looked npou and considered as a board of directors. One of the most important grants wherein the powers of such a body in citiea seein to pass beyond the functions of a board of directors is the right to adopt ordinances which are enforced by the police; but even as to this power it is to be borne in mind that city ordinances have no original authority. They are constantly declared invalid by the court* because they contravene statutes of thf legislature or denl with matters not cov ered by the grant of power to the cit.v corporation. The inferences to be driiwii from this discussion are two. First that the whole question as to what ought to bs the business of the city and as to the best method of conducting tliih business is fairly open to discussion; sec ond, that the question is one involving good judgment only. It does not hi volve the liberties of the people or tonuh any of the inherent rights of citizenship —Seth Low in Century. The Elephant'* Memory, The elephant has an excellent memory It recollects friends well and it rarely forgets an injury. It is recorded of om> that it smashed a cocoannt upon it* driver's head and smashed the man's head at the same time, because the lazy, thoughtless fellow had broken a cocoanm on its skull the day before. A quartermaster engaged, in superintending the removal of bagga«e in tho camp by means of an elophmit, became angry at the creature's refusing to carry more than a certain weight and foolishly flung a tent peg at its head. Some days afterward the elephant overtook the quartermaster M he was seeing through the camp, seized him with its trunk and neatly pliuwd him among the branches of a taumrmd tree, leaving him to reach the ground again in the beet way he could.—N«w York Advertiser, "W»terto\vn Boots and Shoes. I have just received an invoice of the above make, consisting of Kangaroo, Calf, and Dongola Kid, both for ladies' and gentlemen's wear. Having had 25 years' experience in the manufacture of boots and shoes I can with confidence assure my patrons that for quality of material and style of finish these goods have no superior in our market. Pi-ice^ to suit the times. JNO. SHAJSP. South Dodge-st., Algona. 18 A Mystery Explained. The papers contain frequent notices of ricftv pretty, add educated glrla eloping with negroes, tramps, and co;ichmen. The well-known specialist, Dr. Franklin Miles, oars all such, girls are more or leas hvnterlcal. nervous, Impulsive, unbalanced; usually subject to headache, neuralgia, sleeplessness, Immoderate crying or laughing. These show a weak nervous system for which there is no remedy equal to Restorative Nervine. Trial bottles and a fine book, containing many marvelous cures, free at F. W. Dlngley's, who also sells and guarantees Dr. Miles' celebrated New Heart Cure, the finest of heart tonics. Cures fluttering, short breath, etc. g * Height of Cruelty. Nervous women seldom receive the sympathy they deserve. While often the pictures of heulth, they are constantly ailing. To withhold sympathy from these unfortunates Is the height of cruelty They have a weak heart, cauMng shortness of breath, fluttering, pain In the side, weak and hungry spells, and finally swelling of ankles, oppression, choking, smothering, and dropsy. Dr. Miles' New Heart Cure Is Just the thing for them. For their nervousness, headache, weakness, etc-., his Restorative Nerrlne Is unequaled. Pine treatise on Heart and Nervous Diseases and marvelous testimonials free. Sold and guaranteed by F. W. Dingley. Q * Miles' Nerve and Liver Plllg Act on a IK . mlnclple--egulatlngtbtllver,stom- ach, ? ?d i ,. e's through the nerves. A new dls coye.-y. D. Miles' Pills speedily cure biliousness- bad tasts. orpld liver, -piles, constipation. Un- equaledjormen, women, and children. Smallest, mildest, su, 'M Fifty doses 25 cents. Sam pies free at u'. W, Dlngley's drug store. HOUSE to rent; 7 rooms, pantry and cellar. Inquire of E. H. Clarke. H. A: SESSIONS, DEALER IN Granite or Marble, ALGONA, IOWA. Satisfaction guaranteed in all cases. LOTJTS The Forty-third district, composed of the counties of Cerro Gordo, Franklin, and Hancock. ' The Forty-sixth district, composed of the comities of Ida, Plymouth, and Cherokee: Ihe Forty-seventh district, composed of the counties of Kossuth, Emmet, Dickiu- ' son, Clay, and Palo Alto. The Forty-ninth district, composed of the counties of O'Brien, Osccola, Lyon, and tolOUX. . By vote of the electors of the several ren- resentative districts: The office of representative in the general assembly, the apportionment being as follows : For the First, Lee; Twenty-first, Des Moincs ; Thirty - first, Pottawattamie ; Thirty-seventh Polk; Forty-third, Scott Forty-fifth, Clinton; Forty-eighth, Linn Fifty-eighth, Woodbury; and the- Sixtyl ninth, Dubuque, districts, two representa— • lives each. .. ; For the Second, Van Buren ; Third, D,i vis- Fourth, Appanooso; Fifth, Wayne,,- t 1 *^ Decatur; Seventh, Ringgold^ '" Eighth, Taylor; Ninth, Page; Tenth? Fremont; Eleventh, Mills; Twelfth Montgomery; Thirteenth, Adams; Four! teenth, Union; Fifteenth, Clarke; Six£- e l!?' ^ u ?, a , 8 ' Seventieth, Monroe; Eighteenth, Wapello; Nineteenth, Jefferl son; Twentieth, Henry; Twenty-second, Louisa ; Twenty - third, Washington Twenty-fourth, Keokuk Twenty fifth Mahaska; Twenty-sixth, Marion; Twenl ty-seyenth, Warren; Twenty-eighth, Madison; Twenty-ninth, Adair; Thirtieth, Cass; Thirty-second, Harrison ; Thirty-third' Shelby; Thirty-fourth, Audubon; Thirty! " ..... ThirA POW6' Dealer in all kinds of Furniture, Picture Frames, Booking glasses, cUromos, and all kinds of ready-made coffins. Hearse for public use. Headquarters for the best SEWING MACHINES AND ORGANS. English Spavin Liniment Removes all hard, soft, or calloused lumps or blenuHhes from horses, blood STKWUI, curbs splints, sweeuey. r'ng oone ; stiftes, sprains, all swollen vhvoatb, etc. Sr.ve »50 by use of one Dottle; warranted. The most vronderful blem sh cure ever known. £olu .by Dr. Sheetz. Itch wired in SO minutes by Wolford's Sanl tary Lotion, bo.ii by Dr. Sheet*. O. DEALER IN X/CTiTID, REAL ESTATE, Little Girl (weeping)—Somebody haa stolen my doll Mother—Your dolll Which one? Little Girl—The tldeet and nicest one of all—the one that didn't have any tap or ami or hair or eyes or anything. &ood New* * • Lr.nds bought and sold on commission. Par Mcuiar attention given to care and sale of real estate, in Kossutu and adjoining counties. Agt. for Gerraau Ins. Co., Proeport,-!!!. Passage tickets to old countries at lowest rates. NOTICE OF PROBATE OF WILL, STATE OF IOWA, KOSSUTH COUNTY, SS. —In the District. Court. To all whom it may concern: Take notice Jhat there was filed in the office of the clerk of the district court of Kossuth county, on the Oth day of October, 1891, an Instrument In writing bearing date the 8th day of January, t^i;,? n 1 p V$ brtlng ,V >b » the last will »nd testament of Kasper Hauselman, Ute of said county, deceased, was produced and publicly «»£ by me. and that the 3d day of <he next t«rm of said court, to b« holden onth« 7th day of December, 1891, at the court house In Algona, aforesaid, has been flxed for proving said will; and at2 o'clock p. m. of the day above mentioned all parsons Interested are hereby notified and required to appear In said court and show cause. If any they have, why said Instrument should not be probated and allowed as and for the last will aud testament of said Algona', Iowa, Oct. e, 1891. A- A. BBUNSON. oierVc of the District Court. Dr. Hathaway. The Leading specialist of the Waat. Private, Blood. Sltlu md Herrom DUeueg. \ Who by their own now of Imprudence or folly luff en. from N« J?*" E* .e fountains of llfi upon iiffeotlnir"thi 'mind! body wide manhood, ihoqld coniult tho coniult tho celebrated Dr. H»th- »w»r at once. Remember nervous dl«- eaiei (with or without dreami) or debility and low of Berre power, treated •clentfacally. by new method*, with great fnccet*. i It makea no differ* 'cnce what you hara taken or who ha* failed to cure yon 5 on \v Forty-second, 'Muscatine;'Forty- fourth, Cedar; Forty-sixth, Jackson; For- Jj££ e . v , e .? tn > Jones:' Forty-ninth, Benton; Fiftieth, Tama; Fifty-first. Marshall; Fifty-second, Story; Fifty-third, Boone; Fifty-fourth Greene; Fifty-fifth, Carroll; Fifty-sixth Crawford; Fifty-seventh, Momma and Ida; Fifty-ninth. Cherokee Sixtieth. Sac; Sixty-first, Calhoun; Sixty-second, Webster; Sixty-third,.Hamilton;: Sixty-fourth, Hardin; Sixty-fifth, Grundy Sixty-sixth Black' Hawk? Sixty-seventh Buchanan; Sixty-eighth, Delaware; Seventieth, Clayton; Seventy-first, Fayette; Seventy-second, Bremer; Seventy-third, But- flfth, Wright; Seventy-sixth, ' Humboldt andPocahontas; Seventy-seventh, Buena Vista; Seventy-eighth. Plymouth; Seventy-n lnt h. Sioux; Eightieth, Lyon and O Brien; Eighty-flrst, Osceola and Clay; Eighty-second, Dickinson,. Emmet, and Palo Alto; Eighty-third, Kossuth and H^n«/?£' E '^ nt y-. f ourth,CerroGordo; Eighty- fifth, Floyd; Eighty-sixth, Chiokasaw; Eighty-seventh, Allamakee;, Eighty-eighth Winneshiek; Eighty-ninth, Howard; fenel tieth,•• Mitchell; Ninety-first, Worth and Winneoago, districts, one representative each. _ By vote of the electors, of the First judicial district, composed of the counties of LeeandDesMoines: The office of district judge in said district ----- _my tke. By vote of the electors of the Tenth senatorial district, composed of the counties of Washington and Henry : The office of senator from said district, to the re8igna - »•««• XT MKTHOD*. c« eoMulUtlon at the office or by mtO. tf^3®$tt^J^$KK By voto of the electors of the Thirteenth senatorial district, composed of the county oi Wapello: The office of senator from said district, to Sltl e ^ va S a ?f; y °«c»8ioned by the death of Feter G. Ballmgall. Whereof all electors throughout the state will take due notice, and the sheriffs of the several counties will take official notice and be governed accordingly. V In v. te^opy whereof I have hereunto set my hand and caused to be affixed the great seal of the state of Iowa. Don . eat Des Molnes, this horn* (rcatiueut wn be tf m MOBTGAGES- A . c , twenty-eighth flay of September, in the year of our fiord one thousand eight hundred and ninety-one, of the independence of the United States tbe one hundred and sixteenth, and of the state of Iowa the forty-fifth. HORACE BOIES. SHERIFF'S PROCLAMATION, To the electors of Kossuth county, Iowa: Take notice, that at the general election to be held on the third day of November, 1891, the following offices are to be filled by vote o» all the electors of Kossuth county, to-wit: The office of Treasurer; the office of Superintendent of Schools; the office of Sheriff; the offices of two Supervisors; the office of Coronor, and the- office of Surveyor, Whereof all duly qualified electors of suid county will uke due notice and bofroverned accordingly. M. STEPHENS, Sheriff of Kossuth County, Iowa.
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