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BBSMQINlSt AL00NA, IOWA, WEBNE8BAY, fffflBBtTAftf 8, 1899. ttm COMPANIES* Foiiaaed Chiefty by B*** a, But tJ»* Scotoh Are the Majority X*«r. all the employes of the Hud- Jmpany were caught young; bom in the solitudes of tLe could habituate themselves of loneliness; only cone titu- on, hardened under hered- itions, could endure so tre- strain. ft was essential that power of the factors shouti ' red, and that their energies superior to the depressing igs—In fact, that the man all there when a sudden cal 16 on his mental resources, says 'id's Magazine, be assumed that the first ad- consisted chiefly of English' igsthden/lllliough the Scottish invasion of nilntnL*fer£3k<3fc!< _ T ... ... .» senin with the accession But it is certain that and its great Canadian rival « of factors, traders and prom- sans, with scarcely an excep- •e Scottish. The story of trade nd waMd|fflljovery in the northwest reads ter roll of the clans, and main northern clans of the second There are MacTavishes, Mac- McKays, McLella-ns, Meed tin ,*»""» with Erasers and Stuarts and Tljjjife Trench' Frobishers. A McKenzie ng RBJ yrajier and a Thompson gave their y gj ve ,ame* to as many mighty rivers. Thai 'ill dAlnejin the natural course of things resttnfhe 1 company found its best recruitdng rounds in the highlands, and enlistee , he martial spirit of the mountaineers Sr a country where local feuds were Fnrn irgotten. HIS MIND WAS RELIEVED. '"ry, .1,, AlberOfc, My I Oh, Mr! I Wasn't Scared- rreste! I, TVas Jnvt Hit," Said the aboil! :,, j'. GlaU Soldier. t'enteti' 1 M t ~~ ~~~~ B p A,surgeon relates that before Santi' Jro, he (the surgeon), going to the s° '\>nt, r - L came upon a young officer, sit- i farnng.beside the road, trembling like a •id waf, .find whiter than the dead men estTO OU jto hi m> At sight of the surgeon . ni ^ h S tiegan to talk, says the San Fran- Mors, ,'" Argonaut " ' fi p"I m a coward, I'm a coward, I'm a he said; "I knew I'd run, and disgraced forever. I was >y haJlng^ along all right, not thinking of iff hinjytbjng but getting at the dashed se anoanlards, yelling to my men to come >.V _ wa^t.'and running ahead as fast as I Iri B ht uld|;when all of a sudden I stubbed '' j: y 't^ 6 ! or something, and 1 then I can't ^ wbee 'member being scared, but I must 3Xc i te fVJS|been, for I came galloping back oma i D re|fSick as a dog. I'm a coward, and 3 oc ton«jf||ih I were dead! Why don't some- nade jdyj.shoot me? I've got such an awful :ludin«nenes8 right here," and he put his ir inorf,nd t« his stomach. and^rlfe surgeon gave him a quick look V caught him as he plunged forward 'ui faint. Where the awful gone- s was a Mauser bullet had found its 'jet. They carried the wounded man 5 j m pl e .;the field hospital, and he chuckled vomai4fe|he way: "Oh, myl oh, my!" he her oC(|jipver and over; "I wasn't scared! Khine-rain't scared!" And then he would h herqfj£ delightedly: "I wasn't scared. timonijragihit—I was just hit. I ain't acow- Alber $fpter all." Fan. 18,j red for; lack a ver I>AyiNG OFF OLD SCORES. at tilt 1 *''• llnlalle Mean* Taken by Six ieposet Yonair Mem to Evem Up with befori 5fS ' :cutingTO|re is a young coed at the Univer- • Tliey-: : pf Chicago who has been doing a rn tiro|jp| thinking lately. Ever since her 3 «ete^||".j n the Midway school she has lCt > " u jep one of the most popular girls at 6 ThSf^ 118 ^^^ 011 ' ^ u * unfortiunately *° r not bdt^ 6 ^ azu ^ several ardent admirers, she ^ Q O atracted a coquettish manner, which rs*d untold jealousy on the campus, veral of the boys got together one iES," 4i|aftemoon a few days ago and be- re long the conversation turned to iVecite charming young woman in ques- ero niQ^ Then and there a scheme of re- age was decided upon by the six. It. d J' es a;ip effect that all go and call on the 11. Oly ; |the same evening, entering 15 min- ercur^l^part, and to regard one another l )ilV t'perfect strangers as well as intcr- houri'^I?' ^ n - e °' tn e *^ described the gevel sa| as follows: Q '|||was a villainous thing to do, but ' no t£%J r * ^ BOmewliat °* a joker herself, 10 6-7rlW c al * fla< ^ an ol< ^ M* 0 ™ to P fl y °*- oast"i!|f rried out the idea *° perfection. fjus the first to call and the girl said !curat||fas glad to see me. Before she had s tba||i; to say anything else another own teijjjg man was ushered in. She was if tl] ^llo see him, too. But when the day '|{| young man arrived she was some- rs. Ajjfj; conned a7J ^ otammeredi a little belotf m *»r \Vent«n, si- thii* wlv e* o* eome of the Indian sen IW 6 * have names as odd and often as m om>JJ as their husbands. They seem * have cognomens of their own, too, noth-fnot to take those of their spouses d isaP'jr. Some of th* *ctual name® given h \i I cen$us of the families of the scouts ea't°'in?n* place include Mrs. Short Nose, jt'wae before her marriage Mies Pip- of th< [•e last! e skit 3 aul weeK t burl one i ewlttj das % h u 1 th the ; plan. |Woman; Mrs. Big Head, formerly I Short Pace; Mr». JMbbs, formerly -i Young Bear; My#. White Crow, lerly Miss Crook Pipe; Mrs. HowJ- Vater, formerly Mi«« Grow Woman; Mrs. Sweet Water, Miss Walk High, 'iter of Mr. White Cajf, an4 Mi»» >, daughter of Mr. Hard Case. Utility ot "Tabby." duches of Northumberland owns iwl which formerly belonged to es X, of France, and was manur ired from the fur of Persian cats, thoueande of cat«f skins were sd, and th* weaving occupied , years, The shawl measured eight • square, but iv.cp fine th*t(ttc>n mprened Jnto the »pao*of • large 1ROH GRAVEYARDS. AAlted ifi Ifeii C*1U»**y t* Band Oft* Itt Vfeti*iHiei& That Wilt Bold 2R.OOO fiodlei. The iron manufacturers of Pennsylvania have been asked, through the medium of the National Association o Manufacturers to submit proposals to the government of Venezuela for an iron graveyard ia which to reinter 26, 000 bodies. The proposal is novel with iron industries of this state, although there are a few iron cemeteries in the southern cities, says the New York Bun. The graveyards, particularly in Caracas, heretofore have been built o; stone, but these have proved unsatis factory. They were not waterproof They could not be made so; at least the skill of the average Venezuelan failec In. this direction. When the Venezu elans came to look into the wonders on display in the Manufacturers' association's sample warehouse at Caracas they decided that American ingenuity would solve the problem, of the proper care of the dead. The water persisted in percolating through the rock barriers. These were as costly as they were insufficient. The Venezuelans have become tirec of building stone graveyards. They have been erected at great expense o: marble and granite, and it is believed that iron will answer every purpose But it must be made waterproof, anc Mr. Nagle, of the Manufacturers' association, said to-day he did not doubl that Pennsylvania mechanics could furnish a structure that would answer every purpose. NERVE MAKES A WOMAN. Thoroughbred Specimen Smyd It Malcea the Perfect Female Mlitrea* of Self. "I believe that a thoroughbred •woman has good nerve, though Bhe may be nervous and high strung," said the woman who looked the thoroughbred in every inch of her slender person Her hair, say* the Chicago Chronicle, was like snow-white spun silk, her skin was as fine and delicate and delicately tinted as a baby% and it was all set off in a dainty way by the pretty, soft lace around her throat and her deep chinchilla furs. She had just had a troublesome wound lanced on a finger withno out-cry, and the surgeon had ad-mired greatly the fortitude of a woman so delicately molded and finely made. "Yes," continued the woman, "I am sure it is so. You will find it more often the ignorant people, the people of coarser natures, who lose self-control. A thoroughbred woman shows her quality as a thoroughbred horse does. A fine horse must be handled carefully, its nerves are always on the alert, It is easily excited, and responsive to every touch, but in time of need you can rely upon it to do good service and use its nerve to the best purpose, if it dies In the effort, while an old dull farmer's torse, which nothing can impress, in an emergency seems to weaken, lose its head, nnd become dangerous and unmanageable. "If I had children, the one thing I would attempt to develop in them would be fine nerve. It means a great deal; it ia that which makes the perfect woman mistress of herself, 'though china fall.'" SUGAR AND SEA POWER. From ThU Shovrlnff Bach of the Great Maritime Nation* Ha* a Sweet Tooth. The great maritime powers are all great sugar-eating nations. Wherever the spirit of navigation, commerce, travel and colonization ia strong there Is a large consumption of sugar per head, says Pearson's Weekly. England heads the nations of the •world in fondness for sweet things, the sugar consumption there being 70 pounds a year for each inhabitant. The United States is a close second, each individual consuming 67.07 pounds per annum. In Denmark the quantity is 45 pounds a head, In Holland 34 pounds, In France 20 pounds, In Norway and Sweden 25 pounds, in Eussia 10 pounds, in Italy 7 pounds^ in Turkey 7 pounds, in Greece 5 pounds and in Servla 4 pounds. Cuba produces annually 075,000 tone of cane sugar, the United States 300,000 tons. Java contributes 480,000 tons each year, the Philippine, islands 265,000 tons, Hawaii 135,000 tons and Porto Rico 60,000 tons, Germany leads in the production of beetsugar, with one-third of the annual yieltf, while Austria is neart, France, Russia, Belgium and Holland each produce about the same quantity. Couldn't Believe Her Own Boy. An old West of England country woman, speaking to a district visitor of jer son who was a sailor, said! "Ah, ma'am, my son that has been to the north pole, he tells me some things that 1 really can't believe, though he is my con. He tells me, ma'am, that he has seen with his own eyes Ice bugs' ae big as a church." All the cleanly instinct* of the old soul were in revolt at the bare of &uoh monstrosltle* Japanese Imitation. A Japanese named Takuma has been turning the skill in ImitatLa, with which his countrymen are gifted, to nefariou* ends, and has been convicted at Sydney of forging seven copies of rare early New South Wale* stajnp rated at ?400. The imitation w« to jerfect that the stamps were purchased ay 4^J«P9 awl <*»* to JJondon, where ;hey passed the scrutiny o-f several expert*. Important, If True. Ix>rd Curzon of Kedleston attracted ttention on leaving Ixmdon for India >y dressing "like an ordinary tourist, n ft tweed suit, * blu« overcoat wwl ft COUHTY TREASURER'S SEMI-ANNUAL BALANCE SHEET. Showing? Balance on Hand June 1,1898, and Jan. 1,1899, Also Amount Collected ., and Amount Disbnf sed Daring the Same Period, and Amounts in Various Banks in the County. To the Honorable Board of Supervisors of Kossnth County. Iowa: We. n committee appointed by you to examine l,he accounts of cnnnt.y officers of said county, covering the period from June 1, 1898, to Jan. 1, 1899, beg leave W> ttml<« the following report: We have checked all receipts In the offices of county auditor nnd county treasurer, and examined hooks of county recorder, county clerk, and county superintendent, corrected errors, and find the same as accounts kept, and tabulated, report hereto attached; all of which is respectfully submitted. Signed this 26th day of January, 1899. . \ W. W. ALCORN, C. A. TELLIER, Approved by the board this 30th day of January,,1899. 9 .lOHN. G. SMITH, Chairman. Atte9t: M. P. WEAVER, County Auditor. Townships and Funds. School house site State County Poor Bridge Insane County school County road Soldiers' relief Special Institute Algona city Algona water Algona sinking Institute Dog Poll Algona— Teachers Contingent School house Road Durt— Teachers ...... Contingent School house Road Cemetery Burt Inc.— Teachers Contingent School house Road City Cemetery Bond Buffalo- Teachers Contingent School house Road Bancroft — Teachers ConlliiKent School house Road City Bond Cresco— Teachers Contingent School house Road Corwlth Ind.— Teachers Contingent School house Interest on bonds Eagle- Teachers Contingent School house Road Fenton— Teachers Contingent Road Board of health Cemetery Greenwood- Teachers Contingent Road German- Teachers pontlngent School house Road Garfleld— Teachers lontlngent Road Germania Inc.— Teachers Contingent Road llty Grant- Teachers Contingent Road Hebron- Teachers tontlngent School house Road Harrison- Teachers Contingent School house Soad Library Irvlngton— Teachers Contingent school house Soad Board of health Ledyard— Teachers Contingent :toad ioard of health Ledyard Inc.— Teachers Contingent Road City School house Lotts Creek— Pnachers Contingent School house load Board of health Lu Verne— I'eachers Contingent toad Township /emetery Board of health Lu Verne Inc.— Teachers Contingent City .......... • Lincoln— L'eachers /outingeut Road Portland— 'eachers ontlngent load ............. , Board of health ..... Plum Creek— teachers Road Prairie— 'eachers Contingent load Board of health Ramsay— 'eachers Contingent load ......... . Biverdale— 'eachers Contingent load Board of health Sherman— 'eacber# Road 'ownship Joard of health. Springfield— '•'eachers lontlngent Road Seneca— 'eachers lontingeut ichool bouse load ....... :, Jenxetery ^oad ;„,... "•emetery.,,,,,,, Swea City— 'eachers , outlngent chool bouse.... ;oad ity. oardof Uealtb. Upton— 'eaohers .oullngent chool bouse... Bal. ou hand June 1, '08 fiS 00 104 04 4,270 50 550 tio 7,030 84 2,300 01 33 10 S,B20 04 840 30 095 03 71 40 80 18 57 201 25 415 84 771 30 458 50 174 5-4 145 87 100 04 00 10 23 08 11 85 2 74 3003 35 10 1024 14 4i 230 00 524 10 87 430 340 00 151 70 54 00 0 50 200 83 114 04 84 35 58 4!i 285 50 141 08 80 40 1708 20 07 4 42 1 00 1 08 51 55 5 37 805 10 72 1 40 731 03 10480 8 78 377 13 50 100 3C 20 0( 58 .21 '," 5 48 Transfer 1,512 7 1,1872 4774 1112 005 103 0 223 2" 82 33 1 13409 1 5:. 50 40 370 08 282 10 10448 1 51 1420 105 84 30 2 50 58 00 13 00 37 32 1 80 17 3f 477 522 0 11 1745 74 77 328' 10.20 58020 30 15 41 7 1741 28 08 1 04 2401 12 53 388 27 10 1008 11975 3051 3552 370 0 11482 20 12 4508 1044 5 82 104!) 1000 871 550 105 45 7372 2000 0000 1105 301 113 25 3125 fiOOO 180 85 740 735 0072 23 37 785 78380 18410 005 8800 0704 3570 1247 872 1 73 810 07 7f 128 04 71 07 44 38 13324 142 70 75 10 70 3: 120 10 7031 8750 1010' 8043 10010 0770 11129 12372 Amount collected S 2,875 00 7,985 11 15,551 5T 4,311 17 8,442 7! 1,771 5!^ 2,802 32 3.303 H8 200 2.1 280 21 1,1)07 S2' 008 fit 31)0 73 525 Ot 493 08 870 11 4,290 28 1,1537 51 1,30(13 51 03 808 08 323 24 101 0 01 30 07800 371 38 277 05 30 10 202 70 52 00 82078 308 85 133 54 0780 1,513 77 004 32 489 50 522 8 201 54 525 25 142 02 54 1' 270 25 121 03 4058 70 10 118 30 157 03 10 54 880 52 100 07 24 00 1,173 24 310 55 0770 920 53 233 01 52 38 707 55 52 74 8448 303 52 118 45 10 158 50 087 79 107 Of 45 32 010 35 137 73 392 37 00 79 1,159 55 310 10 348 04 108 17 500 01 255 53 148 89 124 03 31 07 529* ] 5 224 2? 0084 803 59 130 30 04 38 101 37 18164 090 30 302 10 20370 5o;oo Amt. disburse > 2,050 C 8,083 8 12,952 8 3,420 4 8,202 8 2,208 2 2,278 0 5,830 9 234 0 200 8 1,930 2 0674 387 5 043 0 4158 1,030 4 4,5175 1,500 2 1,253 0 1 5 844 1 280.1 1440 30 050 0 303 1 2208 832 0 205 3 '. 40 9 1,029 0 413 1 140 (I 404 1,043 0 024 0 450 1 007 1 332 4 157 4 2 2300 100 0 34 3 107 0 1JO 8 1478 5 1,503 4 342 8 22 4 1,128 0 277 1 47 8 787 2 108 5 43 0 094 0 444 00 5 030 5 285 0 50 100 3 01!) 4 1557i 21 0 418 1, 831! 230 8 41 21 015 0 213 Oi 234 [ji 53 0: 081 0 231 4 134 0 534 0 37 8! 534 27 104 3< 71 1C 732 37 100 51 4083 00 33 35 000 55591 247 00 J0«80 734 1',. 870 04 40 90 1,03] 84 80048 75 087 83 8051 1,11800 80042 BO 03 1,15738 405 37 0501 ] ,040 58 81880 8500 1,10804 40011 527 90 13 1004 330 5C 135 71 20 4( 158 7 180 I) 008 7f SCO 2( 258 8! 45 4f 730 52 150 74 00 30 00 30 30 1 00 20 01478 «34 SI 041 U 310 08 40 2C 05 174 o;. 4070 050 7. r 71 Oi 1,0:23 Ti 288 58 3480 048 54 207 82 34 70 1,00005 340 30 03 43 1,14874 375 30 10 25 82 88 1064 Bill, ou hand Jan. 1, 'Bit 8 278 00 70804 8,005 37 1,44007 7,870 8U 3,800 87 r.Bo no fill 50 8!)4 88 20 35 154 70 78 00 30 70 172 00 403 08 81(1 7ti 311 5(! 258 32 150 14 144 32 57 75 28 1)1 27 40 30 03 150 08 8740 05 50 35 10 4!) 87 10 87 1002 240 85 10744 38 80 33 K7 354 87 154 !)<! 11472 58 4!.' 141 30 70 75 575 08 155 80 278!) 52 20 23 55 787 51 55 10 55 15 54 20 54 1744 183 08 48 07 10 98 377 13 50 235 00 02 30 25 70 100 80 40 54 Townships nnd Fnnds. Rond Wesley- Teachers Contingent School house Road Board of health Wesley Inc.— Teachers Contingent. .' School house Road City Whlttemore— Teachers Contingent Road ' ' Board of health... . Whlttfiinore Inc.— Teachers Contingent School house Road City door West Hend Ind.— ' ' ' Teachers Contingent School honso Board of health Permanent school fund 'Temporary school fund Fines Amount In hands of county treasurer belonging to the Hereral funds Townships and Funds. Permanent school mud— Mortgage notes Contract notes Gush .'.. '' Amount redemption fund in hiindf* of county auditor County Miperlntemlenl- .'.' hand Jnnel, '08 51 87 11520 21 62 11 52 1 60 10 50 03 14 54 10 54 10 1850ft 28 «S 12454 107] 17 50 ii'J Itt 11071 45 60 42 02 1H 40 itn 811 09 2041 1701 1701 0.21 lisil. on luitul June 1. 'US 201 25 Transfer. 11371 14807 02 35 1 00 55 ' 28 70 Transfer. '.'.'.'.".'.'.:".'.\ Amount collected 00 02 •1,178-91 221 04 11790 3t! 12 22 15 000 20 520 22 520 22 44 77 102 21 ft 14 04 44 50 1745 20 24 l.lOif 52 422 00 804 40 021 875 (18 120 18 80 II 80 11 Amount collected r>'25 00 Amt. dis bnrsed 02 52 1,08273 18233 07 23 201)2 20 21 Oil 10 443 74 443 74 1801(4 1 50 40 041 4fi 47 02 80 05 50 31 1,16441 40384 Si70 80 18 74 340 80 145 flG 81 10 81 10 Amt. dls- burned (148 05 B&i. on , hand .Tan. 1, '»o 2537 325 18 60 33 32 10 1140 . 2144 230 82 13064 13004 4!i SO 5640 8044 825 700 20» 10887 0451 GO 10 80Q 0577 00 24 O.'J 1002 1002 021 11,28068 0,576 25 $54,71741 Bill, on hand Jan. 1,'DO 05,588 1 5 15,08820 11,28068 3,70217 17260 Following nro t.lm M>vi>rnl iimotnits of eoinitv fund* in hnnUs nod on lumd wii.ii |.ho county treasurer mi .Inn. ]. 18!)!): Whlttrniorn State Hank ft *> !)4K 4 I Wesley .stale WiinU 2.01047 State Bank of Hnncroft 2 478 '>'\ Hank of Im Verne !i '>74 ~>0 Farmers' & Traders' Saving Uuuk 2 !l 15 84 The Hurt Hunk )!.()'>2 "I Exchange Hank of Bancroft ... . 1 i)i)7 50 Hank or Sexton 7424 State Hank or Swoa uitv i •>;)!» H5 Security Hank Wesley '. \ 257 iir, Farmers'Savlnys Baul< 2.17777 Gorman American Hank ],or>i 81 Bros.' Utinlc Sttitn Hunk Ledyurd Farmers' & Drovers' State Hank. Wesley Kxclwniri! Hank State Hunk (ieviiianla Aluomi Slate Hank ....... I-'lrsr National Hank Kossiith County State Hank Cash, chi'cltN, draft*, etc ........... Total 00245 2,17257 . 400 4H 408 58 1,15200 7,4'2K Uft 0,005 86 0.18770 , 8,878 88 854.78001 I hnvu fnrmixl a |>iirt,m>rslii|> with I). D. l-Wln-n. & Co., Urn Mnt-sliiiM, Minn In.ml Mfjoiits, whcTuby 1 mri i>iml>I.Ml lo olTor Mdine i-xcu|il.i()iiiil liiii^iiihu in choice Mimit!Hiil,n landH in Lyon county, only 30 miles noiMli of l.lu- lovvu lino nnrl in the best, soil round in t,hn Noi-l,li Slur Sl.n.l,r. (;oni|)nnv Uionmtrlil v i^linblc- ref(>r- i«ncn tiny InmU or linsinuss lionsc in Mnrsliii.il. ' iVlnrsluill, lil'iu 'county Kent of byon (founty, is u inocli-l IIIUMI of .'i.OOO i>ili:iliit,nni,s, nnd OIKS of I, I'm best lioints in 10 23 101 08 12 04 24 02 8!1 75 HI 01 1 a 75 03 40 !.'51 80 T> 50 2000 304 48 0770 102 88 57 33 305 13 11087 11871 00 05 17 45 133 11 50 01) 33 17 170 77 30 00 111 81 4727 24 42 1 04 27 43 13 11) 38 80 21) 70 1740 237 51 7247 7045 1401 07 18400 41 87 25 01 1077 843 1077 48 32 21 47 1445 0011 ;i;t 6ft 221 73 4440 38 85 , Below we list, a fi-w of i,lm miiny lionn flilis Imi-ifiiiiiK wi« (tan olTec you, wllh Ino iirloes ninnod. Ifiusy IH.I-IIIH on nv.-ryi lilnir. Excursion nitca of $9 00 to Mor- Hliull iiiiu rciiiru. L"l DIP sliow ymi i,h,- Innds and cjnotc U.TIDS. Cull on or Mildrc.-.s G. F. HOLLOW AY, Bancroft, Iowa. 1. 800 acres, pood buildings, !>00 ui-rcs under culliviiUon, nicu ^rovo, two frond wells; a very lino farm, 8 miles I'mm Ool,- tonwood, Minn; u Unreal M; $2:} per acre, 2. 200 acres In Redwood comity, Kill IKW, plowed, 2 acres timber, HI«H| house, fair burn nnd granary, (rood well; no better 1'arin in Minnesoln; y miles from Worn') Lake, 9 miles from Cottonwood; $:2!3 pr ac. 8. 103 ncroH In lied wood county, all improved, litre Hrove, line bind; ftJO pur acre. •1. 80 acres, all improved, 7 niile.'i from Cotton wood ; ¥18 per aere. 5. SO nitres, small bouse and barn, all improved; $B3 per 'acre; wood land and a bargain; 12 miles from JVlarslinll. (!. KiO acres in Redwood count.v', all wild laud: $10 per aero. 7.. Hil) acres in Yellow Medicine enmity, iirst-class land, 8 miles from Minneota, f>j,<f miles from Ttiuntoti; price $a,(i()l); $iiuo cash, balance to suit purchaser; u buiwiin. 8. 1(!0 tieres in Yellow Medicine county, Drst-olasB farm, 8 miles from Minueota, 5'.< from Tauuton; price $2,000; $1500 cash, balance to suit purchaser; u bargain. 9. 80 acres, all improved, 21^ miles southeast of Marshall; price $32 per acre. 10. 820 acres, buildings worth $2,500; all improved; price §22 per acre, ou terms lo suit purchaser; 8 miles from llussell. 11. 820 acres, all wild laud, suitable for cultivation, 9 miles from Russell; $10 per acre. 12. lOOact'O', first-class land, !!)() acres under cultivation : buildings, and u strnurn of rumiiiif,' water; price $1,800, terms t.o- suit purchaser. 18. 80 acres, nil improved, Drstclnss laud, 8 miles from Marshall; price$1,000, on easy terms. 14. 1(10 acres, all under cultlviition, good house mid fair barn, good well; 0 mis. from Ghent, !l miles from Miirshall; Hrst-olass farm; price. $18 per acre; $T>00 cash,.balance to suit purchaser, 15. 100 acres, price $15 per acre, Xi wish, balance on easy terms, 10. 100 acres, price $15 per acre, % cash, balance ou easy terms. 17. !I20 acres, 200 acres under cultivation, (i miles from Marshall; price $20 per ncre, easy terms; lirst-class farm. 18. 100 ncres, 8 miles north of Tracy, $17 per acre. 19. 100 acres improved, fair buildings; a flrslrduss I'uriii; price $20 per aero. 20. 1(10 acres, all improved; buildings, pood well; a lirst-class farm; !) mis. southeast of Marshall; price $20 per unre. 21. 100 acres, all improved, it No. 1 farm, i> miles from Uussell; price $18 per acre. 22. 1(10 acre*, 75 acres improved; small buildings; ^ mile from Russell; $20 pr. ao. 2!i. 100 acres, all improved, a No. 1 farm 4 miles north of Marshall; $25 per aero. 24. 100 acres, till bottom laud, 100 improved; no better bind to be had; 7 miles north of Marshall; price $20 per aero. 25. 100 acres of very choice laud, $10 per acre; terms easy. 20. 400 acre farm 4 miles from Russell, 12 from Marshall; improvements $4,000; good grove, !M<) acres cultiuated, 240 fall plowed; wind mill, good well, till fenced; this is one of the bust farms in Minnesota; $22.50 per acre; easy terms; must be sold at once. 27. 820 acres wild land, 4 miles from Russell, 10 from Marshall; price $18 per acre; Ibis is r snap, for it is good land. A. (JlLMOIllt. I'mldcul, K. J'. KK1TH. Vice President, M. KOHKNCK. Bccreturu, J. W. \YADSWOUTH, Treasurer. DIRECTORS: (!. Ji. IltnOHINX, FHANK VKVINE, till A K. WWIBTKH, S. NTHVtiNY. (1. ti. ANGUS, J, E. STACY, The Farmers' Milling Co, \INOOHl'01tATKD.\ ^^ OWNERS AND OPERATORS OF THE ALGONA ROLLER MILLS. Can furnish the trade with chnlco flour from selected wheat; also bran, shorts, and ttround feed In lots to suit purchasers. This Is n farmers' company and solicits the farmers' business. 150 «3 39 8,'J 20(1 58 104 00 8 OH 735 378 3(1 /iOOii 3000 24081 5000 31 52 SO 00 18] 50 0(t5| 151 2407 503 "W'orlc a. Specialty. Highest cash price paid for good whout, Wo can q,u4 will do as well by you as any mill In Iowa. Give the new company u trial. ' ' __ _ J. -B. HOFIUS, General Manager. FINANCIAL. Kossuth County State Bank, Deposits received, money loaned., forojgn anil , ., Ions made promptly, ancf a general banking business ld countries sold at lowest rales, ftouitht ivml xulil, Oallec , f»i wauw tjikuta to or from the old countries sold at lowest rales, • M v * v| ' p f° -" "' SVM. H. 1NUHAW, President ; T. OUULSOHJJJ,ES, Vice I'res; |,E\Vl.s ||. SMITH Onxliier J> B< J ° ae8 ' T< c » ri " M » 8 »- Ltjttls «• Smith, J. First National Bank of AMBKOSK A. OA.LL . u. uvroms* 188 05 51 W 5640 103 08 1080Q

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