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Algona, Iowa
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Wednesday, October 28, 1891
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THE tTPPEft DE8 MOINfiSt ALGONA, IOWA, WEDNESDAY, OCT. 28, 1801. Many lev Lines. We have added many new and attractive lines to our already immense stock of mens,' boys,' and youths' clothing, furnishing <goods, etc. The winter of our discontent will be here before you know it. By keeping warm you avoid its uncom- ortable features. How to do this? Simplest thing in the world. Buy an overcoat of Frank Bros.—one that keeps the cold out and the warmth in—that's the kind they sell all the time. You'll believe it when you see them. Their fur coats beat all creation for service and good looks. Frank Bros. PROFESSIONAL DIRECTORY. •^*~**^~** f *^~ f +* f *~^*^^~*^r*~r*^-^r+*f~*^*^^r*^*^^ GEO. E. CLARKE, ATTORNEY AT LAW. Office over First National bank, Algona, la. W. B. QUARTON, ATTORNEY AT LAW. Over Kossuth County bank, Algona, Iowa. E. H. CLARKE, ATTORNEY AT LAW. Collection agent. Over Kossuth Co. bank. DANSON BROS., ATTORNEYS AT LAW. Loans and collections. Over Frank Bros. S. S. SESSIONS, ATTORNEY AT LAW. Prompt collections. Money to loan on chattel security. Over Chrischilles' store. L. K. GARFIELD, M. D., PHYSICIAN AND SURGEON. Office, State St., one door east of Cordingley. Residence, McGregor St., east of the public school building. H. C. McCOY, M. D., PHYSICIAN AND SURGEON. Special attention to city practice. MORSE & PRIDE, PHYSICIANS AND SURGfEONS. Office east of Rutherford house, Algona, Iowa. G. T. WEST, M. D., PHYSICIAN AND SURGEON. Next door to J. G. Smith's store, Algona, la. J. E. HILL, M. D., PHYSICIAN AND SURGEON. Wesley, Iowa. Day and night calls attended to with promtness. T, J. FELLING, M. D., PHYSICIAN AND SURGEON. Consultation In English and German, Office and residence over H. Goetsch's store, Whittemore, Iowa. DR. GEO, J. HOLTFOERSTER, PHYSICIAN AND SURGEON. West Bend, Iowa. Special attention to diseases of the skin. Fits, epilepsy, etc,, cured. State : University oar The Several Departments will Begin the Year 1891-92 on Sept. 16, Each department Is thoroughly equipped for efficient work, and no pains will be spared to afford students the best possible opportunity to pursue their chosen lines of study. For particular information as to the respective departments, address as follows: Collegiate—Charles A. Schaefter, president, Iowa. Olty, Law—Emlin McClain, chancellor, Iowa City. Medical-L. W. Little, M. p., secretary of faculty, Iowa City. Homceepathic Medical—A. C. Cowperthwaite M. D., dew of faculty, Iowa City. Dental—A. O. Hunt, M. D., dean of faculty, Iowa City. Pharmaceutical—B. L. Boerner, Ph. G., dean pf faculty, Iowa City. Expenses In all departments are reasonable. Cost of board in private families, 13 to $5 per week; la clubs, $1.50 to 12.50 per week. For catalogues, or for general Information, address CHAS. A. SCHAEFFEB, President. ARRIVAL AND DEPARTURE OF TRAINS. CHICAGO, JtiT/frAtKEB A St. TAttL. . East— iPass.— No. 1.. ....... 8:02 ft mNo. 2 ....... 10:24 ft m No. 3 ........ 4:37 pm No. 4* ....... 9:30pm Freight- Freight- No. 9 ........ 7:15 a in No. 8 ........ 11:55 torn XT.* in * 4 .4 s. M •_ Vf n 4 J n .<in _ — No. 13 11:45 a ffiNo. 14. No. 5...... .. 8:17pmNo. 10 12:15»m 2:30pm CHICAGO & JfOKTinVESTERX. North— South- Mixed 8:18 a m Pass j 2:37 pin Pass a:35pm Mixed 6:07 pm Pass, arrives at Chicago at 7 am: arrives at Des Moines at 8:15 p m. Lv. Des M. 3:30 a m. THE CItV, Be sure and vote, Gene Shadle goes to Spokane Falls to take a position with Col. Cotnstock. Supervisors Lovell and Holtz were in Algona Monday and spent a day viewing grades. The fine weather still continues nnd threshing, ploughing and husking are well along. The Scandinavians have a pleasant party Friday evening in Peter Johnson's new shop. Whittemore is going to vote on incorporation Nov. 5. The notice is published in this issue. J. C. Frank and his sister's family now are at home in the Lund home in the west part of town. Drs, Morse & Pride are planning to move their office into the rooms in the rear of Heise's building. The meeting of Congregationalists at Britt a week ago adopted strong resolutions against local option. Talk about the poverty of newspaper men, look at J. W. Hinchon's name among the capitalists of the new bank. The Ladies' Aid society will meet with Mrs. Perry Wilkins on Thursday afternoon and evening. All are invited. Supper from 0 until all are served. Dr. Peters was down from Ramsay yesterday and says his future movements will depend entirely on his health. That fortunately is improving. Next Saturday at 3 o'clock the monthly covenant meeting of the Baptist church will occur. The pastor hopes for a large attendance. Several will join by letter. Read Winkle's advertisement this week and then look at Thos. F. Cooke's and C. H. Blossom's houses us late examples of what the Sherwin-Williams prepared paint will do. The dairy business is again to the front. We hear that the Hobart creamery have sold butter for 35 cents in Chicago. One year with another dairying beats all kinds of farming. C. L. Lund bought 90 head of the Devine steers which were brought up by the cattle shippers. They were pretty fat for shipment, but just right for Mr. Lund's feeding stalls. The distribution of New York orphans occurs Friday at the court house. Mr. Trott will be here with them, and all who can accommodate a little stranger should be in at that time. consist of music and addresses by Capt. Bailey, Mrs. Dr. Sheets:, and Jos. W. Hays. A social will follow to which all are ihvlted. The public is invited to attend the meeting. B. F. Reed has received a letter from the county attorney of Taylor county stating that Foster's lawyers are trying to get a new trial for him In the murder case. It seems one of the witnesses against him is under indictment, and If he Is convicted, a new trial will be asked on that account. The lawyer also writes that he has found a now and valuable witness In cAse a new trial is secured. A. F. Dailey's announcement this week that he is put of the sheriff's race simplifies matters, and opens the way for all republicans to stand together. At one time it looked ns though he would draw a considerable republican vote from Mr. Stephens, and his withdrawal will materially strengthen tho regular candidate. In taking this step Mr. Dalley commends Himself to all who want to see the party stand by the nominee this year. LET US STAND TOGETHER, A Republican Presents Some Excellent Reasons for Standing by the Entire Ticket, The Fight on Stephens i& Purely Personal and Should Cut No Figure—The County Superihtendency. There will be an open meeting of the Juvenile Temple in the Methodist church at 3 o'clock, Sunday, with installation of officers and a short pro- gramme. Everyone invited. The Bancroft Register dialogue on the sheriff was written by an Algonian. The space was paid for by the same man. About all the fight on Mr. Stephens is confined to a few here in town. J. .T. Wilson will not get back from California in time to vote, and Mr. Gay says the office will go republican for the first time in its history. The will case of his sister detains Mr. Wilson. Rev. W. H. Dorward will deliver a free lecture in the Baptist church, Sunday evening, on "Show Your Colors," with special reference to the temperance cause. All are cordially invited. Next Wednesday evening^ the delegates to the semi-centennial Baptist convention at Marshal Itown will give their impressions of the meeting for the benefit of those who were not there, at 7:30 o'clock. The Kossuth. County Sunday School association will meet at Burt on Saturday evening and Sunday, Nov. 7 and 8 next. The public and Sunday 'school workers are cordially invited. By order of committee. John G, Smith received a letter all the way from Venezuela last week in which Phil C. Hanna expresses his interest in Kossuth politics. Phil addressed the envelope to the "member of the legislature after Nov. 3." Bishop Perry of Davenport spoke Sunday morning and evening to large congregations in the Episcopal church. The bishop is an able and forcible speaker, and the church is a very handsome and commodious place for meeting. J. W. Bartlett writes to 9. D. Creed that a new daughter arrived at his home last Wednesday. J. W. is having luck all along the line at Kansas City. He has been offered $500 advance on the home he bought when he went there. Marriage licenses don't seem to be affected by politics but are issued as regularly as ever, The past week Conrad Punk and Annie Branker, Aug. Rosenau and Mary Theve, H. O. Wilson and Mrs. B. Moore are the happy couples, A regulation sized boy arrived at Fred Fuller's last evening, and a genial atmosphere prevades THE UPPER DBS MOINES office this morning. It is the first in Fred's family and the whole shop takes a f riendly interest in the young man. J. L. Edmonds has a letter from Bert describing a 100-mile run from Des Moines up into Story county and back. Bert and one other made 102 miles .in twelve hours and six minutes, or what is called the "century run" in twelve hours. The time given is 18 hours. J. D. Starks of Irvington suffered a serious accident Sunday. While handling a horse he was kicked in the leg, breaking the bone above the knee. Drs. Morse & Pride attended him and got the bones together, but he will be laid up some time with the injury. A combination programme will be .ven. tomorrow evening at memorial •ill by the grand army, women's relief corps, and BOPS <of veterans. It will M. J. Wade, the Iowa City lawyer, who assisted J. W. Sullivan in the Hubbard-Rahtzow defense, took the place made vacant }n the democratic programme last week by Mr. Healey's absence, and gave a rattling Democratic speech to a pood audience Wednesday evening. He is a good talker and although he was wholly unprepared made as good an argument as anyone could. Being a littue handicapped by the facts, he suffered some euibarass- ment. The announdomcnt of the Algnna State bank in this issue calls attention to the opening 1 which occurs Monday. Mr. St. Clair is hero and will act as cashier, with A. D. Clarke as president. Clarke & Cpoko's land offices will for tho present be in the rear of the present building. The new bank building will go up in the spring, Mr. Chubb informing us 'that the contract for brick has already been let toOstrum Bros. Competition is the life of business, and so the more bunks the merrier. Prof. Dixson and Misses Kramer, Decker, Call, Kronholm, Pottibone. Wise, and Bailey went on tho teachers' excursion to Marshalltown and enjoyed a pleasant trip. They spent Friday in the city schools, getting many new ideas and finding that they already hud pretty good one's. The kinder-garten work and the special teaching in drawing was very excellent there. In music, penmanship, and the general school work the visitors felt that Algona compared favorably. They were hospitably received and have only good words for Marshalltown. The biggest cattle shipment ever made in one day from Kossuth or likely to be soon occurred at the Milwaukee depot last Friday. Greenebaum & Miers took 38 car loads or two full trains, and this did not include 200 head which were shipped later from the Divine herd. The stock yards were full all day with fine feeders from Chubb Bros.', Hunt's, Kain's, Peter Young's, and other herds, and all day was spent in loading. Chubb Bros, made the largest sale, 320 head going from their herd. In return over $30,000 in cash was paid by the shippers for the stock. When such a sum comes to the county in one transaction, it is easy to see what our farming operations are growing into. The two trains as they started out made a fine spectacle, and a third train would have been needed had the Bovine cattle been taken at this station. The outcome of the ctise against Hubbard and Rantzow last week was the granting of a new trial, and the whole matter will come up again in December. Taking testimony ended Wednesday, and the arguments were concluded Thursday, the jury retiring in the afternoon. After some deliberation they returned a verdict of guilty of an attempt to commit manslaughter. This was one degree less than that charged in the indictment, but enough to give both defendants a term in the penitentiary. • The argument for a new trial was made by the attorneys Friday morning and was based upon several grounds. Judge Thomas granted it upon that of the admission of one answer by Walter Stebbins. He had said that he knew there was going to be trouble, but the facts on which his opinion was formed were not before the jury. The attorneys generally sustained Judge Thomas in granting the new trial. Bonds were fixed at $1,000 each, and tho defendants are still in jail. BUKEB-MOULTON NUPTIALS. Happy Marriage at Juncau, Wls., of Two of KoBBiith County's Most Worthy Instructors. A happy marriage occurred at Juneau, Wisconsin, last Thursday in which two well known Kossuth teachers were participants, C. F. Buker and Miss Ida Moulton. Miss Moulton's brother is a resident of Fenton, and she has been with him for the past few years, while since 1865 Mr. Buker has been a Kossuth citizen. In that year he came with his parents from Maine. He has for some years been one of .the county's best teachers and with his wife will continue teaching for the present. Both have schools in Swea which will open Nov. 9. The marriage ceremony was performed at Miss Moulton's home, a pleasant party of friends being present, and a handsome list of presents giving substantial expression to the good wishes in which Kossuth friends will join. It gives THE UPPER DBS MdiNES special pleasure to extend its congratulations with the rest, and to join in a general expression of good will towards the happy bride and groom. FOR bargains in hats and all kinds of millinery goods call on E. Reevo & Co. DON'T forgot to look over our 5, 10, and 25 cent counters when in at Galbraith's. _ CALL and get prices on our halters. F, S. Stough. LOOK at those "Polled Angus" fine overcoats, natural color, at Galbraith's. DON'T buy horse before seeing ours. blankets and robes F. S. Stough. JUST arrived—another case of calico remnants at Galbraith's, on us for arctics, shoes, and all kinds of foot wear. F. S, Stough. To tho Editor: I have rend in the Bancroft Register of last week a communication on Sheriff Stephens, tho purpose of which is to nrouse tho local bitterness of two years ago, nnd cause a split in our ranks this year. In view of tho interests at stake this fall nnd for the future it seems to mo that if this work is being done or encouraged by republicans it is very short sighted. Every voter must have noticed how the republican majority in the county has decreased since we began quarreling among ourselves, and every voter must know that a revival of our local disputes will materially affect tho party majority this year, when tho whole state will be watching our returns. How long will we bo able to hold any influence away from home if it is found that we cannot be rolled upon to work together, but can safely be rolled upon to throw all political principles overboard in order to indulge in the amusement of a local hair-pulling? I was not a strong adherent of Mr. Stephens before the convention; but ho was fairly nominated after every caucus had boon vigorously contested. If wo nro not willing to abide by such a result, what use is there in nny conventions? I am not saying that every voter should bo obliged to support party candidates vc- gardless of questions of fitness. But this attempt to prejudice Mr. Stephens is not on account of any inability on his part, or because ho is not a good shor iff. His record at homo and at Des Moines both show that he hits been a credit to tho county. It is simply, as far as I can see, a fight to pny off old political scores, and to revive and continue the kind of warfare which has demoralized us for the two past elections. I hope, Mr. Editor, I am not infringing on your space, but I desire to say that I represent a great many republicans when I ask that wo cry quits on our local quarrels, and devote our energies to increasing public confidence in our candidates and our platform. The sentiment of the county is with us this year, and if we allow it to fail in finding expression at tho ballot box, in order to vent our personal spite, we shall lose and rightly lose all claim upon the party in the state at large. Yours, REPUHLICAN. Tlio County Supuriittcndoncy. THE UPPER DES MOINES has taken but little part in tho contest over county offices, believing that where tho candidates are known every voter can decide for himself. But in the case of B. F. Reed his record while in office is not known to all, and should bo. From tho reports of tho state superintendent it appears that during tho four years he was superintendent before, he made more personal visits than any other superintendent in the state. In fact no published report,shows so high a record by any superintendent in Iowa since its organisation. Tho energy he displayed in making so creditable a record for Kossuth should bo considered by every voter. As to tho benefits derived from these visits the teachers stand as the best witnesses. The record as to institutes we have already given, which likewise is one of great credit to the county. Whatever criticism may be passed on his former administration, it cannot be denied that he had the happy faculty of advancing the schools and at the same time of holding tho good-will of tho teachers and of their pupils. Apples! Apples! Apples! Perhaps the best car of bulk apples ever shipped to this town was received at the Cash store last week. Another car of the same kind, from the same place, is expected the first of next week. These arc choice apples and will keep from three weeks to two months. Get your Rock Salt for stock at the Cash Store; also husking gloves and all kinds of gloves and mittens. We expect a shipment of Oil Meal in a few days. Call and examine our stack and get prices. TOWNSEND & LANG-DON. democrats first, last, and all tho time They only wore tho alliance badge t conceal their real motive of eatchtni republican votes. Dr. Bourne IB an ol line democrat. Ho expects to got hi support from democrats, mid If electei will take his place on the democratl stdo of tho house. Tho sugar eoatlni is too thin to fool the republican mom bers of tho alliance In Hancock county They will prefer John G. Smith on election day. The Very Latest. Hats and bonnets at lowuttt prices Latest styles in millinery. E. RKKVK & Co. harness and repairing HOM15-MAWH at Stough's. THE finest line and fixtures ever at Galbraith's. of Chonlllo ourtnlntt brought to tho city F. S. STOUGH has gloves and mittens. a fine lino o PERSONAL MOVEMENTS. Mr. and Mrs. L. F. Robinson are u from Dos Molnos for a short visit wit old Algona friends. Mr. and Mrs. I, Grovo arc homo from their Charles City visit, whore they on joyed mooting their old friends. Mins Essie Cordlngloy arrived from Ohio Saturday, Mr. and Mrs. Frank Dintrloy arc still In thej'enst,but aro expected this week. Mrs. T. V. Robinson was down from Minneapolis last week for a visit, She made only a short sta.y to look after her Algona property. Judge J. N. Weaver was over from Sioux City last week to soo his farm and shako hands with his friends. Tlmo deals gently with tho judge. G. S. Wright was over from West Bend last week, and stayed for a Sun day visit. Ho says Van Houton had a big mooting there and made a very fine address. Goo. W. Sanborn was over from Mason City Monday visiting his old friends. He looks but little older than in tho days when ho was manager of this end of tho Milwaukee. Jacob Holloy was over from. EmmotH- burg for the Gov. Boies rally. Ho Is a veteran of tho Mexican war, and though his hair is still black is one of the oldest settlers of tho northwest. Ho was in the old Northern Border Brigade and mot many old time acquaintances in Algona. J. R. Jones attended tho Royal Arch Masonic meeting at Boono lust week, and received tho appointment as royal arch captain, whicn is one of tho highest positions in tho order. Ho says tho recent attack upon T. S. Parvin, the veteran secretary, was not oven dignified by notice of any kind. Races at ImtependeiH'e, Iowa. On account of tho races at Independence tho Chicago & Northwestern Railway company will, from Oct. 19 to 31 inclusive, sell excursion tickets to Independence and return at very low rates. For tickets and further information apply to agents C. & N-W. Ry. SEE the now dress goods, all the latest novelties, at Galbraith's. Van Ilouton'n Speeches. The Sioux City Journal says: " Van Houten is making a splendid campaign He does not deal in abuse. Ho deals in facts and displays thorough knowlege upon all the questions before the people in this campaign. The farmers like to hear him talk. He is able to talk to them from the standpoint of a practical farmer, and everywhere he goes his farmer friends say they want to see the man who has been lied about by the democratic organs, and when they have seen and heard him they do not hesitate to say that he is good enough for them. Mr. Van Houten is an easy, fluent speaker, careful in his statements, quiet in his manner, and convinces his hearers that he is a student of public questions and that he knows mighty well what he is talking about. The farmers go away from his meetings feeling proud of him as a representative of their class. Van Houten is all right." , A Wise Word of Advice. Bancroft Register: The chairman of the republican county committee is doing his best to get tho fellows at wprk where they can do the most good and every republican should assist in the work. There is one warning the Register wishes to give this year and that is not to trade one man to help another, One good man was slaughtered in that kind of a deal right here in Bancroft a year ago. Let every man stand on his own foundation and work for them all. More About Dr. Bourne. Hancock Signal: Of course there is no difference between the democratic platform and Dr. Bourne's alliance party, as all the alliance men who took port in the doctor's nomination, were LADIES' lined shoos at Stough's. FEOM THE COUNTY TOWNS. LU VERNE. LuVERNE, Oct. 26.—Master Ralph Graw, who has been for tho hist year with his grand parents in Nebraska, IB home again with his mother, Mrs, J. F. GustTn. D. W. Ramm has bought tho Coulter Bros.' farm three miles oast of town. Dr. Lacy has moved into his new residence. B. B. Bliss and family of Iowa Falls and ex-partner of Geo. W. Hanna, are here visiting with Mr. Hanna at present. O. C. Mclntosh of Goldflold is visiting Geo. W. Hanna for a few days. Born, to Mr. and Mrs. R. S. Darr on the 10th a girl, all concerned doing well. ' Dr. E. T. Hall was in town last week. E. A. Pope wont to Fort Dodge last week on business. Chas, Lundy of Renwick was in town last week on business. Jake Meirs is building a livory barn. Our now lumbermen is building a nice office at their yard, Miss Daisy Hawkins of Goldfield is visiting with, Vlnnle Graw this week. Marsh Stephens was in town Saturday. S. C. Platt went to Corwith Friday. A, Rlchey has returned and is ready for business. Public Sale. Having let my farm for a term of years I will sell at auction on my farm 21 miles northeast of Irvington on Nov. 12, commencing at 10 o'clock, the following described property: Thirty- nine head of cattle, steers, and milch cows, some of them fresh; 8 young Norman mares; 2 norman stallions, 2 and 4 years old; 4 young horses, and 4 yearling colts; one Fairbanks scale; a full set of fa '{; utensils. Terms of sale: One yefrs time at 8 per cent, interest with approved security. All sums under $10 cash; five per cent, off for cash. Free lunch at noon. J. MATHERS. D. A. HAGGARD, Auctioneer. BANKING INSTITUTIONS. Kossuth County Bank, •AXJQ-O1T.A., CAPITAL ............................... *50,000 Incorporated under funeral laws of towa. Deposits rei-elvi'd, m>im>y loaned, foreign nnd domestic exchange bought and sold. C'ollec- tlotiH made promptly, arid a uenernl banking business tranmtr.teif. I'lifwane tickets to or from the, old countries sold nt lowest rates. WM. 11. INU1IAM ................... President .1. II. .10NKS .................... Vlec President I.KWIS H. SMITH ...................... Cashier Directors— Win. 11. Inuhnm, John O. Smith, J. II. .loneH, T. ChrlHchlllCH, Lewis II. Smith, J. \V. WailHwurth, Harnet Devine.. First National Bank CAPITAL »50,000 Special attention jrlvmi to collections. A. UAI.L Primlilcnt I). H. irilTUIINS Vice President F. (!. llljAOKr'ORI) CaHhler Directors—Ambrose A. Call, 1). II. Hutchinx, J. C. llluckford, Philip Dorwnllor, Win. K. Ferguson, A. U. ClarUo, 0. U. Ilutchlns. Money always on hand to loan at reasonable rates to parties furnishing Hrst-class security. FARMERS' AND TRADERS' BANK, XO-W.A... it. M. Richmond ..................... President H. B. Richmond ................. Vice President A. U. Richmond ........................ Cashier Transacts a general banking business. Col- ections a specialty. Money transferred to nil [wrls of tho United States and Knropo at, low •ales. Tlcltots to and from tho old country for sale. Taxes paid for residents ami non-rest- lentH. Abstractor title furnished on tho same lay applied for. DEALER IN REAL ESTATE. Loan and fmurance Ay't and Notary 1'ubllc. 10,000 acres of prairie lands and mproved arms for mile or rent. Village property for sale or rout. Now In the time to secure you a ionic before three prospective railroads aro built, which will advance tho price of land be- *ond tho reach of tho average home-seeker. COMMERCIAL HOUSE, lancroft, Iowa, H. M. Richmond, proprietor. rirst-cluHH house. Satisfaction guaranteed. Special attention to tho traveling public. State Bank of Bancroft XO-W.A.. AUTHORIZED CAPITAL ............ $100,000 Incorporated under general laws of Iowa. Transacts a general banking business. Molliy loaned, foreign and domestic exchange louuht and sold, collections a specialty. Real state loans procured and insurance furnished. Votes purchased. Large list of wild lands and mprovod farms for sale uud rent. S. T. MESKHVKY .................... President t. N. BKUKR ............ •. ..... Vice President HAS. U. MORKKOUSK ............... Cashier Directors— G, S. Rlngland. S. T. Meservey, {. N. Uruer, J. B. Johnson, O. Korslund. loths and Trimmings. J. K. FILL & SON, Merchant Tailors V full stock of cloths and trimmings always kept on hand, and furnished at as low rates as can be bought elsewhere. All work done promptly. WE GUARANTEE SATISFACTION. ome and see us before placing your order. It will be to your advantage. 7. <5c SO2T. DO YOU WANT AN AUCTIONEER? XX AUCTIONEER, Vill cry city and farm property, make collections, etc. All business of a private nature strictly confidential. Onico with V. M. Taylor, over Howard's. DR. L. A. SHEETZ, )rugs and Medicines. "•nil assortment always on hand of drugs, ined- clues, and pure liquors for medicinal purposes only. Soolcis azxd. 3te.tleaa.977-. F. M. BRONSON, Watches and Jewelry, CLOCKS, SILVERWARE, liver-plated ware, and all kinds of goods in his line. Repairing promptly done. At Frank Bros.' store. WTONEY TO LOAN— •"-*• ON RAILROAD LJ ON RAILROAD LANDS. Persons wanting to borrow money on rall- oad lands will do well to call at the Kossuth ounty Bank and bring their contracts. .EGAL BLANKS— -M Buy them at the Upper Des Mollies pJBce and get the most approved forms. '

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