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BANKING INSTITUTIONS, K oss n tti Go only Bank /\ TIPPER DBS MOlNfiS; ALGONA, IOWA, WEDNESDAY, APtttL 13, 1892. '•••'•••'•••••'••••^••^••••••iiMtoai^at^l.aJll^^ —~ ~^.~ ^—- J ---.- .>!. a..--'. - ,.__ . 7 „ >AY OBSERVANCE. CAPITAL 850,000 Incorporated under general laws of Iowa. Deposits received, monej- loaned, foreign and domestic exchange bought and sold. Collections made promptly, and a general banking business transacted. Passage tickets to or . from the old countries sold at lowest rates. Wit. M. INGHAM PrcRldnnt J. ft; .TONES....... Vice President LEWIS Hi SMITH...;........ Cnshlcr i>lrectors--Wm. H. Incham, John G. Smith, J. B. Jones, T. Chrischllles, Lewis H. Smith, J W. Wadsworth, Bamot. Devine, 2Sewspnper Thinks of The first National Bank ; ' OE 1 I CAPITA^.,''.....'. .;.... '.,;;. ......;....$50,000 _ Special attention given to collections. AMBROSE A. CAMj.'.V President D, H. HtTTQHINS Vice President WM.. K. FfiUGlfSpN Cashier v,SiF eo i ors ~ T ' 1 ?! B ' ! -Hutchine, S. A. Ferguson, Philip Dorweller, VV. F., Carter, Ambrose A Call; G. B. Hutchlnsj Wm, K. Ferguson. j Money always.pn hand.to loan at reasonable ; rates to parties furnishing'first-class security. A. p. qrjARKE, PreHidcnt. CYC. CH'UHK, Vice President. . CHAS. 0. St. CLA1K, Cashier. !Algona: State Bank, [CAPITAL....A..,.,......;;...;.,......g5o,ooo i Monpy'toloau at reasonable rates. Special i attention given to collections. [ Exchange bought and sold.,on all points iu f this country and Europe, and a general bank- I ing business transacted. Dlrectbrs-A. D. Clarke, C. C. Chubb, Myron t achenck, Oeo. L. Galbraith, Thos. F. Cooko, W, C.'Tyrrell, Chas.0. St. Clair. I Is now settled in its newly-arranged building I in the Richmond block, where we are prepared S-to treat you in the best of style. I Deposits received, money loaned, foreign | and domestic exchange bought and sold, col- Elections made promptly, and a general bank- I ing business transacted. Passage tickets to or I front tlie old countries sold at lowest rates. E Govragpoudents and References: Metropoll- |tan National Bank,'Chicago, 111.; Citizens' Na- itioual Bank.iDes.MoineH, la.; St. Paul Nation- Ifil Hank, StPaul.. Minn.; Farmers' National | Bank, Hudson, N. Y.; Richard Rossman, Clav- |«jrack,<New Yorlt, •. •••• ..•••' R, M. RICHMOND, President. A. B. RICHMOND, Cashier. Also in this building will be found the IPIONEER LAND, LOAN AND INSURANCE ACENCY OF BANCROFT. ,..'. [Established 1881.] n A VfygG list of wild lands for sale. Improved Sfarms ana village property for sale or rent. SFarniHoaiiH on longest time and at lowest rate lot interest. Insurance written In six different * «'—•'-,. cull on or address us. R. M. RICHMOND & CO. Robert O.faliyer Tells a Interviewer What lie Sunday. I loi^ to think of Sunday as the one da T/ h Sevetl which sft ould answer truly to its v name in the way we use it, if we are wise, for rest and recreation and for worship in some true and noble sense. But for rest first of all, so that when the day comes round those who have to work hard all the week should just sit still and rest themselves. This is the choicest boon Sunday can bring to the tired brain and hand. It is the decree of the first Christian emperor that the only work done on this day should be to free the slave; and when we take note how hushed and still the great toiling world is on Sunday, the good day, it makes the old decree take on new meanings and shine with a still fairer light. Sunday is especially the workingman's day. It's the one day in the seven when the house becomes his home and those that dwell there his choicest and best company. There may be scant time for the good home spirit to play among them on other days, but when Sunday comes the clouds lift with the burden of toil and care, the family life is made whole and wholesome once more and the recreation of the household comes. Luther, the prince of the reformation, says: "If weobserveSun- day the reason should be not because Moses said we must." Many great teachers and expounders of the Mosaic law would have nothing to do with the narrow and bigoted bondage into which their own race had fallen, but said the Sabbath should be a day of joy and delight. It should be a festival and not a fast or a time for " a cold bite" as we say. A day when people should wear their best robes and meet in each other's homes to break bread after the service. While so far from its being a day in which you must do no manner of work, they said it was far better that a man should work on the Sabbath, if he must, rather than depend on others for the.re. The fair this year ought to ex- cell all previous displays and we be- lieVe the farmers feel that they will re- cieve just treatment now and will turn in and make it a hummer. To Real Estate Men. We now have in stock the most approved form of township plats, sub-divided into 40s, which are just the thing ypu ( have been looking for. The plat is six inches square, and is plenty large for till ordinary purposes.' Orders in any quantity filled on short notice, at reasonable rates. Address, INGHAM & WARREN. people of Pochahontas stand" ready to assist the enterprise libefaly, and other points will be also anxious to assist. The stock has all been subscribed, and it is announced that the road will certainly be built this season. [State Ba,nk of Bancroft jfAUTHOllIZEI). CAPITAL . .8100,000 Incorporated under general laws of Iowa. Transacts a general banking business. Money loaned, foreign and domestic exchange bought and sold, collections a specialty. Real i, estate/loans procured and insurance furnished. ,g. Notes purchased. Large list of wild lands and iy Improved farms for sale and rent. S. T. MESEKVEY .........:....President II. N. BHUKU Vice President CHAS. ,11,MOUEHOUSE Cashier K..,—v""-""'' 5 — G ' ^ Ringland, S. T. Meservey, |K. N. Bruer, J, B. Johnson, C. Korslund. ORIGINAL NOTICE. flN THE DISTRICT COURT' OF KOSSUTH County, Iowa.—Mrs, Sara.li E; Fuller against J. Volney S wetting and The American Emigrant Cpmpany. H To said defendants: You are hereby noti- ifled that. a. petition of the plaintiff in the above lentitled action is now ll.lea in the omce of the f clerk of said district court, claiming of von •that she'is the absolute and unqualified owner |of the east half of Section No. Eleven, in Township No. Ninety-eight north of Range ,£0. Thirty-west of the 5th P. M., and asking jthttt her title thereto be quieted in her: and "unless you appear thereto and defend on or before noon of tho second day of the next May term of said district court,, to be begun and holden at the court house in Algona, in said Bounty,, on the Kith day of May, 1802, default •will be entered against you and judgment •eijdered thereon: ' ' ' •••••-. GEO. E. CLARKE, 4. ,.., .,, Plaintiff's Attorney. ORIGINAL NOTICE, his bread. This was the way the noblest and most literal thinkers held the Sabbath day,who still believed it' had been made sacred by Divine enactment; sacred to freedom, not to bondage, to rest and recreation and the worship of the Most High. So I stand by the churches and the worship to which Sunday opens the way and know of no recreation quite so sacred and true when I put rny heart into it, no matter whether one stands in the pulpit or sits in a. pew. But this bars out no love or loyalty to other recreations that can come and should come hand in hand with tho rest and worship on good Sunday. Rest is the prime factor in our Sunday and helps to put back the balance of tho power into the worker's own hands which during the six days has passed inlo the hammer, the engine, the types and the pen, so that the strong fibers of his nature are touched again as our wise woman says, as if there is good stuff in him; ambition changes once more into energy and the muscles move better when the rested spirit makes merry music. It was observed by a, truo traveler in Prance also some years ago now that a spirit of gloom had come over that sunny hearted race and a bitter temper, among the working men especially, while he traced the.root of it to the fact that they had almost lost track of their Sunday. I thought of this myself on the first 'Sunday I ever spent in Paris when I counted over 30 separate sort of workmen us hard at work between my hotel and the church as if it was a week day. And I thought it again six years after when the fair city was strewn with smoking ruins kindled by the Commune and again when I counted tho dead over there a short time ago. Those workmen had grown even more bitter and sullen at their tasks week day and Sunday, and then the time came when the furies broke loose. The terms of their lives gave them no fair and restful Sunday. And this is no doubt one reason why they were driven and are still driven to this savage and ruthless work. This question of Sabbath or Sunday is clearly a question then to be settled by each man for himself with no reference at all to what the priests and churches may say about Moses and the rest of the old trouble. And as Bishop Horseley said long ago: "This should bo done without any interference of any man with another or the authority of the state." It is ray day and yours, I say again, set apart by common consent for rest, for recreation and for worship, and in answer to a great general need of pur nature for these three blessed things. SOME REOBNT LEflAL DECISIONS. .T. W. Doxsee In the Montlcello Express l>lgests L,ate Findings of Iowa's Supreme Court. Insurance —Step-son a Relative— Lawrence E. Maulsby was a member of the A. O. U. W. and held a -certificate of insurance payable to his brothel 1 , E. P. Maulsby. Afterwards the insured had the certificate changed so that the, insurance would be payable to his stepson. The law provides that " no corporation or association, organized or operating under this act, shall issue any certificate of membership * * unless the beneficiary under said certificate shall be the husband, wife, relative, legal representative, heir or legatee of such insured members." The brother opposed thesayment of the insurance to thernombt^'s step-son, claiming that he was in no sense a relative and that ho was excluded by the provision of the law. The step-son won in the court below, and also in the supreme court, where it was declared that "a step-son is a relative by affinity, and the'relationship continues after the death of the wife on whom the relationship depends." Minor May Have Two Gmrdians— In the case of Lawrence vs. Thomas, which was appealed from the district court of Franklin county, it was decided for the first time in Iowa that a FOR the general (quadrienninl) conference of the M. E. church, to be held at Omaha., May 1 to 30, excursion tickets will be sold over the Chicago, Milwaukee & St. Paul railway at one fare one way for the round trip. For the Iowa state encampment, G. A. R., to be held at Ottutnwa, May 10 to 12, the Chicago, Milwaukee & St. Paul Railway company will sell excursion tickets at Algona for $6.28 for the round trip.—It4 At Geo. E. Marble's, BUH, We intend to move into our new store soon, where we will have more and better room. I heartily thank my friends in Hurt and vicinity for the very liberal patronage given me, and hope With increased facilities to.be able to serve you better. We have some bargains to offer that are worth your while to look at. I am here to sell goods as low.as possible, but will not buy cheap, shoddy goods. One hundred nice presents for the first one hundred ladies who call on us in our new store. GEO. E. MARBLE, 35 Burt, loWa. STATE GEOLOGICAL SURVEY, WAP TTnf * Spring j s 4 Here I, V V am^ U jj i ** Summer is Coming! PUT YOUR HOUSES INI ORDER. C. ROSE WALL, Who is ready to do your work in the quickest and best manner, Graining, Kalsomining, Paper Hanging, Oil Finishing, and House Painting. Work guaranteed to be of latest style and best quality. Orders by postal card or left at his house will receive Immediate attention. minor may have two guardians, one of his person and the other of his property. In this case there was a contest between two applicants as to which should be guardian of the person and property of a little girl three years old, who had no parents. The court,- while it does not sanction the general practice, yet says that there is general authority to appoint one guardian who shall care for the minor's property and another who shall have the custody and control of the minor. City' Waterworks—Vote Required— During the year 1889 it was proposed to put a system of waterworks in the town of Bloomfield. The mayor issued his proclamation and n vote was had. An old "moss back," who was afraid of increased taxation, attempted to enjoin the collection of the waterworks tax upon several technicalities, the principal one of which was that the proposition to erect the waterworks did not carry " by a majority of the votes of tho town." Tho case went to the supreme court and there it was decided last term that though tho statute says that the approval must be by a " majority of the votes of the town," yet it is only by the vote cast that the result is to be determined. If a majority of those voting were in favor of the proposition that was sufficient. The voters of the town contemplated were those who went to the polls at the election and deposited their ballots. County Not Liable For Defective Jail The plaintiff in this case was charged with forgery and thrown into the Polk county jail where he remained four months, when the indictment was dismissed by the prosecuting attorney. He then commenced a suit against the county for $25,000 damages to his health caused by the filthy and unventilated condition of the jail. A demurrer to the petition was sustained and on appeal to the supreme court the ruling of the district court was affirmed, where it was asserted that the county was not liable for the negligence of its officers in not providing a proper jail. The Officials Will Now Decide What Is Tinder trs-Wm. Ward's Chance. A geological survey was ordered by the legislature which shall be under the direction of the geological board, consisting of; the governor, state auditor and the presidents of the agricultural college, the state university and the Iowa Academy of Sciences. The' board is authorized to select a state geologist and expert .assistants recomended. by the state geologist. The duty of the state geologist shall be to make a complete survey of the natural resources of the state including tho determination of the order of arrangement, dip and comparative magnitude of the various formations. The discovery of useful deposits, their richness and mineral contents, and their fossils, and the investigation of the position, formation and arrangement of the many different ores, coals, clays, building stone, glass, sands, marls, peats, mineral oils, natural gas, mineral and artesian waters, and such other mineral materials as .may be useful, with particular regard to "the value of substances for commercial purposes. Geological maps shall also be made. The salary of the state geologist shall be fixed by the geological board; the sum of $20,000 is appropriated to carry on the work for two years. Abstract Office. 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 Chrischllles' store, Algona. S. S. SESSIONS. You Want to Know. Of course you want to know whom to secure to do your painting, paper hanging, graining, etc, . Jas. A. Orris the Man And ho takes this method of telling the public that he is ready for tho spring business in that line, and will guarantee satisfaction every time. Consult him for prices-you know his work is ilrst class. He gets tho latest fashions iu decorations and wall papering from Philadelphia every month. Farm Loans. I can now make loans on improved lands, from one to ten years time, and give the borrower the privilege of paying the whole loan or any part thereof In oven $100 at any date when interest falls due. This is Iowa monev and no second mortgage or coupons taken. This plan of making a loan will enable the borrower to reduce his mortgage at any time and save tho Interest on tho amount paid. Money furnished at once on perfect title. Call on or address H. HOXIE, Algona, Iowa. a ., and W. H. Nycum, are prepared to do neat and reliable work In that line at living prices. We have but one policy-that of fair dealing and courtesy toward all. With this supplemented by promptness, strict attention to business, and none but llrsi-class work, we trust we shall merit and receive the patronage formerly bestowed upon our worthy predecessors. Office at the old stand of C. M. Doxsee where we will be pleased to meet and make the acquaintance of our patrons and all others S by calllng ' Vory I We are still selling, 25 pe cent. below cost, Former Now. ABSTRACTORS. H. A/SESSIONS, DEALER IN .,, THE PJSa'BIQT COURT OP KOSSUTH | County, Iowa, May Term, A. D. 1802—Dora |E. Sampson,.plaintiff,,vs. Isaac E, Sampson, | defendant. . I To said clef endaiit: You are hereby notified that a petition of the plaintiff in the above-en- Htlod action is now lllod iu the office of the Berk of said Court/asking that she may be dl- wrced.from yg\i and that the contract of mar- lage heretofore existing between plaintiff and jpfendaiit may be annulled and that plaintiff Bay bo restored to her maiden name; and uu- IBS you appear thereto and defend on or be- pro noon of the second day of the next May Jrm of said district 'court,, to-be begun anil npldon at the pourt house In Algoua, in said gpunty, on the loth day of May, A.' D. 18013, aefaultwlll.be entered against you and judgment rendered thereon. * ' GEO. E. CLARICE, '.• Attjvfor Plaintiff. NOTICE, IINAL" REPORT —IN THE MATTER OF • the estate of Johu'Audorfer, deceased. 1 To all the heirs or ..oredltdrs of the above gained estate: You are hereby notified that gn or before the 5th day of May, 1803, said administratrix will me with the clerk of the District, court of Kossuth county, Iowa, her final report, and. ask to be discharged; and *ou are further notified 'that all objections fflhereto must bo filed with said clerk on or bo- lore the'first day of iaid term of until nmrt,: & J/. A,-.S )rugs and Medicines. ull assortment always pn band of drugs, med- clues, and pure liquors fov medicinal • , purposes only., Gen. AVeaver's Book. Sam. Clark says in tho Gate City re- g-arding-Gen. Weaver's now book: "We have reoieved Gen, J. 13, Weaver's hook on the political situation and will review it move fully some of these days, We have always liked Gen, Weaver personally and stuck by him politically as long 1 as we could, The real trouble is that he has worked himself into an abnormal frame of mind that thinks that everything- and everybody are going to the devil. There are men and women who get in tho habit of scolding about the house of scolding about their business and looking on the blue side, and after a while they become hopeless and nothing in this world looks well to them or can bo done to suit them, The same mood prevails iu politics and Gen. Weaver has merely become an exponent of it. The American people are getting along a good deal better and are a g-oocl deal farther from the poor liousu than Gxin. Weaver imagines," Tlio Host Fair Yet. The Bauot'oft Register says a timely word about the annual agricultural ex; hibit which comes Sept. 21-23: }{;"'§ q^ito a whjle before foty t}in,e—§1$ rn.gn.ths—bu,t it js nqng tflQ SQfln. tp com.: |r,ence. tR thiPfe ttb.PHt geMing I'eftfly, JLjasjt yeaf the povwty mad.Q a vary oi'ad- jtub]e showing but tho writer- hopes tho display of grain, vegetables, poultry and cattle will be twice as large as last year. Wo felt proud of the display of fruit, fancy work, sheep, swine iind horses last year, but must confess that when it came to grain and vegetables \ve felt a little disappointed, and like the other fellow we had to content ourselves with, the thought that the "Innards" vs. Patents. Carroll Herald: Both papers at Nevada have discarded the " home print" and gone baol? to " patent' insides." The " home print" is a delusion, as many publishers are finding out. Whether one uses home print or " patents," the miscellaneous part of the paper is made up of stereotype plates. In the former case the publishers have but little control over the "plates" furnished. But ready prints are gotten up under the supervision of an editor who must compete for his business and who has the reputation of his house to sustain. Publishers are finding out that a man who makes a business of selecting matter for " patents" is better qualified to get up the miscellaneous portion of the paper than the country editor who must take the plates as he gets them, It Is a Business Maxim. Tho loading industries of the world bear strong testimony to the" truthfulness of the assertion that advertising pays. Indeed this is no longer simply an assertion, it is a business maxim, This paragraph is suggested to THE UPPER DES MOINES upon reviewing the handsome booklet issued by the McCormick Harvesting Machine company of Chicago. It is pot large, but it is unusually artistic and attractive, and in its production are seen the best efforts of the lithographer and printer. J. R. Jones, who will handle the McCormick binders and mowers this season, informs us that this catalogue represents an actual cash expenditure of more than $40,00.0, It is, certainly ahead of any similar, publication we have ever seen. '£§& book is printed in many fynguag-es, a.r,<l while interest* ing tp 'nil, hft§ ft double value to the WfflUlgcQin.m.umty, A ocmy may be obtainecl by palling at the Wigwam, or- by ucldr-esaing' tho company at Chicago- Articles of incorporation will be filed in a day or two for the Fort Dodge & Northwestern Railway company. This is a new company which has just been organized by Hamilton Brown; It is backed by eastern capital and is intended to connect Fovt Dodge with Pochon- Granite or Marble, ALGONA, - - IOWA. Which sold for price. ..„,.. $3.50 $2.10 1.75 1.50 3.00 2.75 2.25 Which sold for 1.25 $4.50 $2.75 3.25 2.50 1.75 1.50 Satisfaction guaranteed in all oases. Abstracts. Other abstractors haye pooled. We're not in it. We have been in the business for 22 years and don't have to sell, but are here to stay. Our work is GUARANTEED and will be done at living prices. Jones & Smith. Which sold for $2.25 $1.25 1.65 1.10 Remember wo are not selling a few old pair, but our entire stock of shoes goes at these prices Langdon & Hudson. SEEDS, SEEDS! LOTJIS. Dealer iu all kinds of , tas Center, foi-years without a railway, ' 1/UAOU1YGQ HKJ.VJU, yWO V44VM&MV 1>U.(*V VUv "**»* *--*/**vw*) *w* y vwt $» V 4 V-UVH V Vf *« 3t»t9.4a.«»3r. county had the exhibits if. they wasn't tftijcl other northwestern.' poin^. Furniture, Picture Frames, PtaPfflos, and ail kinds of , SEWING MACHINES ANQ ORGANS, DO YOU WANT AN AUCTIONEER? AUCTIONEER, TiMingm H n?°Ai c ^ u ?£- e1:> ^ Blven * ha * J & a ve Btvew my he?«^fte? r T Jfr./fti" 1 **' ,% Wef and that uereaf(ey J wju neither clulm any of his earning? nor pay ftn^^Msotttracted by Sim! I *,' '„_. . _. PETBByr Timothy seed, Red clover seed, Mammoth clover seed, White clover seed, Oil cake meal, Lawn and orchard grass, German millet seed, Alsyke seed, Blue grass seed, Red top seed, Canada field seed, Stock food, Seed flax, seed wheat, Seed oats, seed corn, AT J. J ; WILSON'S, L. LESSING, Algona, Iowa. DP. Hathaway. D. H. HADLEY, M. D., Assistant. (Regular Graduates. Registered.) , Ttle toadlns Specialist of the West, grivate, Blood. Bklu and Hervons Dlabaaea. \. YOTNO MEW \whoby tholrown acta of Imprudence or folly suffer from Her- votifl. Debility, Ex- enlisting drains upon tho fountains of life, affecting the mind, body and manhood, should consult tha celebrated Dr. Hath- nway at once. Remember nervous diseases (with or with- w- 8 ut dreams) or da- Illty and loss of nerve power, treated , scientifically methods, wl success. It makes no difference what you have taken or who has failed to cure you. n, Blood, The most rapid, eafo nnd effective) am cure guaranteed. of all kinds cured where Sft^™»At_»I80HAHGES Promptly X'&aussresnoSaiss.' 11 " ""^ »»* MY METHODS. Free consultation at the office or by mail. Thorough examination and careful dlaenoflh That ench n a t.|eut treatedI gets the - J -- ??? a i. Moderate charges and easy terms of payment. afes e trc . Btul(! "' cim bo given iu a " Cloths and Trimmings. J, K. FILL & SON, Merchant Tailors A full stock of eJoths a,nd trimmings always kept on .fcwuj, and furmsiied ut as low rates as can be bought elsewhere. 4 M «,«,.ir /!„„., projaptly. •<r 'our order, jt NOTICE TO OCCUPYING QLAIMANT. STATE OP IOWA, KOSSUTH COUNTY, SS. fTSv.^ n *.5S^L B ^ 1 Sf?y..5? i si?Bpy i ;j5j- The commls- 0 ..,/ay petitioned —. Carlson, and others, r,y,r, ""*'"* 1"" *". *<?»"*' °f its location as follows: uouiinenclng at the southest corner of section i s *„«,,,=>,.„ 80i range 30| and runnlng thence a^r,+iT" "y"" Jn 111* and terminating at the southeast corner of section 15, township 00 r range SO, and all objections thereto or claims for damages must be illed in the county auditor's office on or before noon of the 1st day of t H 1 !? u '.*• D 'l§ 93 > °r such highway will be e» tablished without reference thereto. Witness my hand and seal this 32nd day of March, 1892. J. 3. HOFIUSj 114 County Auditor, THE TROTTJNG STALLION, Byron Sherman NO. 6877. E.ECOS3D, , E:2S. s of nice to SERVICE PEE, f25 THE SEASON, WiU stand at Algona, Iowa. J. A., psj^j}

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