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13138 MOINE8: ALGONA, IOWA, WEDNESDAY, JULY 12, 1899, TWO Oontfndt in Method* of Colontzfttloa Affbrded by Spain and Bnglntid. Capt. A. T. Mahan, con tributes a most excellent article to the current number pf the Engineering News. It is excel lent in *the way in wliich it contrasts the methods of the two great colonizing nations of modern times—Greal Britain and Spain, France and Holland as colonizers do not belong in the same class. They have not transmitted their national characteristics to the colony but have rather administered from without. The close of the nineteenth century se6s the United States in virtual pos- eeesion of the bulk of Spain's colonial empire—a string of islands which practically encircle the globe. There could not be a better contrast in empires. Spain has left her colonies impoverished and half-famished; England possesses hers in comparative plenty. Both arc the results of administration. Spain from the. very first was inhumanly oppressive to the inferior races, and she spared not even her own descendants in the colonies, for when they became aliens she became to them tyrannical and exacting. She oppressed and extorted; she endeavored to make her colonies pay their own home debts. On the other hand, Great Britain has been beneficent to weaker communities. And not only beneficent, but she has been strong as well—strong in the quality of men she has sent out to administer and to colonize, strong to protect on land and sea. Her energies have always been directed to the elevation of the races. The conspicuous examples of colonial administration are India and Egypt. Bernini's Ontenary. Rome has just celebrated the third centenary of Giaulorenzo Berniini, who was sculptor, painter, .architect and dramatist. Remind, from early childhood until be died, at the age of S3, found con-slant employment-in art. He lived long enough to have seen not less than ten popep. It- was Urban VIII. who was Bernini's great patron* CuHotrx Collection. A London man who always takes a cigar when invited out to dinner, though he does not smoke, has now a collection of half a center's accumulations, each cigar wrapped 1 up and labeled with the date and occnsioni on wliich it- was taken. To Fight Disease successfully during the changeable spring and hot summer months, the system should receive a toning op no\v. For this purpose French's jarsaparillfi 1ms no superior. It is the nosl eftk'iieious spring medicine. Re- noves a.11 impurities from the system incl puts new life into torpid liver and sluggish blood. A splendid all around onic. Price §1.00 per bottle. We carry all the well known patent nedicines anil sell at moderate prices, 'or sale only by Uoston Block. \lgona, Iowa. W. J. STUDLEY, Pharmacist. STATEMENT MiHlcTnHns; a IN'nijsjijiei'. In Carl^ruhe, the capital of Baden, a law is in> force fining a.ny person who plays HIP piano with oi)en windows IF YOU LOVE YOVK SMOKE ONLY FRAGRANT 10* CIGAR ICK A .DAVIS' SONS a COCKERS OF Kossuth County State Bank of Algona, Iowa, at close of business, June 30, 1800, made to auditor of state. ASSETS. Loans and discounts $i:iH,OU7 80 Gold coin 8,00000 Silver coin 1,08510 Legal tender and eat'l bank notes 4,10000 Cash Items 1,05280 Due from banks 54,500 01) Overdrafts 08030 Real property 0,50000 Personal property 2,74982 Total assets 8220,002 00 MAUtLlTIES. Capital stock '. .$ 50,000 00 Sight deposits 155,550 25 Undivided profits > 14,443 !)5 ED.LIVINGSTON & 50L£ Sutt's Sure ^Remedy for Hog Cholera, Wei), I have been around in different localities where Sutt's Hog Cholera Prevent- er has boon most extensively used, and it is no longer an experiment; it has proved itself a positive preventer where it has been used according to directions, and I will guarantee it in every case. " No prevent no pay" if fed as it ought to be. 1380 doses for $1.125. The cheapest remedy in the world, and the best worm killer. For sale at m.v homo in Algona, Iowa. Manufactured and guai'anteed by ZT- T.i. S"U" r -L"X'O3ST, ALGONA, IOWA. Just one word: Don't wait until your liogs get sick and begin to die, for it will iliLToabo the growth of pigs on same feed three times its cost. Total liabilities $220,002 00 Lliabillties of directors— As borrowers $1,50000 As endorsers 1,50000 State of Iowa, Kossuth County.—We, Wm. H. Ingham, president, and Jos. W. Wadsworth, assistant cashier of the bank above named, do solemnly swear that the foregoing .statement is full, true and correct to the best of our knowledge and belief; that the assets therein set forth are bona tide the property of said bank in Us corporate capacity, and that no part of the same has been loaned or advanced to said bank for the purpose of being exhibited as a part of its assets. WM. H. INGHAM, President. JOS. W. WADSWORTH, Asst. Cashier. Sworn to before me and subscribed in my presence by Win. H. Ingham and Jos. W. Wadsworth this 5th day of Julv, 1800. O. S.] H. IS. BIST, Notary Public. Attest: JOHN G. SMITH, I r,,,,,,,,,.,..,,, H. INGHAM, f Directors. Take care sfyour •;^ : A perfect product of Todem Superior Lg^uh&r, ~ r/z, See. thai. BUYS A STOVE Pretty good one, too— large lire pot, big heating surface— just the thing for a carpenter shop. Call at U. D. M. office. REPAIRING! Our yard fur- es superior lumber at low- P rices ' eliable Service, Lath, Shin- Doors, Cement, and KOSSUTH COUNTY'S SEMI-ANNUAL BALANCE SHEET. Showing Amount Collected and Amount Disbursed During the Six Months Past and Amounts in Various Funds June 1,1899. GENERAL FUND. School house site... State County Poor Bridge Insane County school County road Soldiers'relief Special Institute.... Algona city Algona water Algona library." Algona electric light. Algona sinking fund Institute.... Dog Poll TOWNSHIPS AND FUNDS. Algona— Teachers .. Contingent School house Road Hurt— Teachers Contingent School house Road Cemetery School road Hurt Inc— Teachers Contingent School house Road City Cemetery Bond Buffalo Teachers Contingent School house Road Railroad School road Board of health.. Bancroft- Teachers Contingent School house — Road City Bond Sinking Cresco— Teachers Contingent School house Road ; Corwlth Irid— Teachers Contingent., School house Bonds Eagle— Teachers Contingent School house Road i'enton— Teachers Contingent Road School house Board of health Cemetery Greenwood-Teachers Contingent Road German- Teachers Contingent Road (iarlleld- Teachers Contingent Road , Germrtnta Inc— Teachers Contingent Road City Grant- Teachers Contingent Rnad School house Hebron- Teachers Contingent School house Road Harrison- Teachers Contingent School house Road Library Irvlngton— Teachers Contingent School house Road Board of health Ledyard— Teachers Contingent Road Board of health School house Lotts Creek- Teachers Contingent School house Road Board of health Ledyard Inc— Teachers Contingent , Road City School house LuVerne— Teachers Contingent Road Township Cemetery Board of health LuVerne Inc— Teachers Contingent City Lincoln- Teachers Contingent Road School house Portland- Teachers Contingent Road Plum Creek- Teachers Contingent Road Prairie- Teachers Contingent Road Board of health Ramsay- Teachers Contingent Road HIverdale— Teachers Contingent Road Board ot health School house Sherman- Teachers Contingent Road Road Township Board ot health SPrlngneld— Teachers Contingent Road Seneca- Teachers Contingent School house Road Cemetery .• Swea— Teachers Contingent School house Road Cemetery Swea City— Teachers Contingent School no use • ".... Road . ... City Board of health . Union— Teachers Contingent School house Bond Wesley- Teacuers Contingent School Jiouse Road Board of health. Wesley Ine— Teachers Contingent, School?—Road pifcr,. Bal. .Tan. 1,1899 Transferred 9 278 00 8 708 (14 8,085 87 1,44097 7,879 83 1,809 8 1 ; 56656 *5115ft 89488 2035 15470 7800 1.4886R 6,000 00 307!) 172 (H) 810 71! 811 5f! 258 :»2 150 14 144 82 5775 2891 2740 80 S>8 1511 OH 8740 05 59 «5 10 4987 1087 1002 240 85 107 4A 88 8( Amount Collected 9,619 BS 14.10951 8.41007 9,054 21 2,885 05 3,000 05 8,000 O. r !500 M 1.Oil:) 11 1.05821 211 04 158 21 52878 11948 11700 9510 05487 16490 11472 5842 141 80 7075 575 98 15580 27 811 52 29 23 55 787 51 55 20 54 1744 183 08 4897 1098 377 18 50 235 00 02 80 25 76 100 80 4054 10 ay 101 1204 24 02 83 7fi 81 01 1275 0340 251 80 7250 20 91) 804 4« 0770 192 8K 678)) 8951 1108 1187 000 174 133 1 5011 381 170 . 801 120 80 9510 1555 8700 100 49 7525 14800 12070 0001 77 12 8800 021 47 975 08 4,234 09 2,040 50 2.040 50 40 05 820 31 371 79 5785 300 71 19831 730 14 870 48 250 98 11722 31772 03 i 1.17382 444 92 79 29 440 55 3,908 39 7(1 29 1580 1,35732 070 70 175 05 1845 52777 208 88 15834 707 48 115 47878 808 74 202 32 202 32 0007 510 13 199 OK 140 88 2991 9404 219 ( 1558 2047 Amount Disbursed 11.50108 14,20872 2,074 P7 5,828 02 904 77 3,425 14 1,80444 104 89 31307 1,OKI 41 1,01900 18728 941 00 8079 104 5,287 70 2.1878C 2,18400 127 1,01908 897 89 81 82 812 32 Bal. June 1, 1899. i 278 00 254 00 18,020 15 2.170 07 11,10(102 8,800 15 18747 2,358 05 78049 728 18040 117 15 24 80 117 15 Whlttemore — Teachers Contingent Road Board of health School house Whlttemore Inc— Teachers Contingent School house Road City City dog City Indebtedness West Bend Ind— Teachers . . Contingent School house Board of health Total 8944 8_ 790 209 10887 6451 8019 on 2493 1002 1002 021 0025 13006 1799 60252 422 10 28038 44226 1,46594 54683 52358 99 74 47516 660 27864 19887 13227 6292 awn from last report. ?3G,926 0711810,966 20 8 1 22,081 86 8 1 1 4,928 82 ~~ -- 62700 38898 28088 209 89364 1,655 78 68349 50922 300 45988 or 24201 23486 14425 5105 6521 4687 790 ' 48 e'i 208 59 7785 74 f" 105 67 81 60 855,045 40 181 41 959 50 480 30 298 It! 352 511 102 1,12240 405 80 92 08 478 12 3,928 40 1,042 71 781 02 2(15 If 55 8 W 198 1 1H 789 81 17809 7024 7780 000 ( 2071 2501 875! 291 0 2088 581 0 ' 329 2 2520 0844 44C 155 8 7807 1157 254 0 4048 5194 1500 1837 1,0200 2272i 140 82 8770 237 724/7 7015 14(11 13814 6846 48l 21! 14 00 21 1 150 80 ) 878*1 — fe r 240J1 Sflffl y * a 2(»!» 8770 21160 377 0 58 80 560 5 450 94 07087 769 7 181 1 44727 •150 9E 1,001 1C 38381 248 5 0580 9147 24 5 877 Si 80 221 50 9892 14430 10580 11571 78558 85442 8331 20042 60165 95187 8198^ 2175 7489 87 2 7489 074 80 224 9i: 17880 87501 28874 496 7t 11877 1,14894 844 02 39899 1,124 252 41805 54867 282 23 20465 88711 14080 24568 94673 205 12 27961 124 48 7167 14814 570 105 !i 28(1 81 I! Btt 140 W 82£ 13559 6067 28671 1,03872 18410 492 05 41132 2J455 198 89 182 307 77 13871 10722 807 1,040 81 21274 100 (15 19785 1,13288 23!) 54 271 79 821 50 40 27 212 23; 809 91 1204 852 40 893 81 Do 23 5407 204 02 1,028 07 17531 704 35982 78501 1H039 192 88 22913 1,890 09 815 19 11871 42322 1022 15020 7052 33 17 790 75 3000 880 80 197 2i; 1342 255 00 1,09537 974 04 341 93 104 70 10476 201 52 7043 31 65 404 1579 86 03 16 90 6401 27 64 1841 14880 362 48 1087 7258 380 81 14706 26 10 1 80 84 09 76 111 15 88 100 28 04 04 2402 76 32 665 10 832 65 157 16 588 75 02 t!3 14 02 20 20 1132 1130 11040 190 81 7591 5870 807 00 237 70 5530 0 14 0087 877 1850 189 14 80 01 1009 803 95 282 35 182 5350 " "l 37 855 222 274 1482 8700 1200 278 05 4501 108 53 31 37 Permanent school fund .................... Temporary school fund ................ Fines ........................ Total amount In treasurer's hands belonging to the 'several ' fiin'da'. '.'. PERMANENT SCHOOL FUND. Mortgage notes ............................................ Contract notes ...................... Cash with county treasurer .................... 818,702 52 496 48 • 71.85040 • 88,22670 • 11,71847 . 18,70852 Amount of redemption funds In hands county auditor. Amount fees in hands county auditor Total In hands county auditor. Amount of fees In hands of recorder ... Amount of fees In hands of county clerk .'.'.'..' Amount fees In hands of county superintendent .83,28426 . 247 25 .S;j,58T51 1,81620 80290 200 11 97 103 49 22 94 12408 1,281 46 41971 7045 261 99 792 85 84000 11834 20459 49200 95946 272 02 241 20 9085 4528 9085 75225 185 72 141 11080 4284 49510 841 1,294 12 888 91 420 00 1,15616 200 22 489 82 282 90 112 56 260 9H 1506 57 12 009 32 48741 "4489 13286 81 15 45827 104 25 07 9520 8061 AMOUNT OF UNCLAIMED FEES IN HANDS OF COUNT1' CLE11K. Geo. Austin 8 2 00 S.Anderson * dnn A. .1. Berryman '" o 85 Burton 4 Germain nifi FredBolenlns o T n ElIBurbank an R. I. Brayton ' .' o SX F. H. Cutler . : 285 Geo. V.Davis .Inn Hatch & Hatch 400 C.Klelst i 14^ T. Kohlstedt «X M. Kohlstedt «X Kossuth County ' 317 %l2^:::::::::::::"-:^^ : \ ??<S M. Mammoser a no S. Mayne 50 O.B.Nelson i on Chrla Nelson ' j}n B. IT. Morris & Co ago John Nemmers n 05 G. Nebergai .. 135 L.E. Potter .I! ion Cliiis. Reinecke .'.'.'.'.'.'.'.' 210 N. E. Sheridan a 00 M.B.Smlth 135 E.v.swettmg ;.'....:;: 500 C. C. Thompson. 5 go Total ^$7448 SJ5VE1UI- AMOUNTS OF COUNTY FUNDS IN BANKS AND HANDS OF COUNTY TUBASCRBB JUNE 1, 1899. Wlilttemore State band ........... 55 Bancroft State bank ......... . ....... *" ..... ......... . Bank of Lv Verne ............ . .. ..... 8441 Farmers & Traders' bank .......... 41 np ni German-American bank 1,89ti 24 Farmers <fc Drovers' bank 1 154 21 Wesley Exchange bank HIO K« Security bank of Wesley 377O17 Farmers' Savings bank 2 491 99 Bart bank 8'nni i M State bank of Swea City '.'.'.'.. 8,262 70 German bank of Lu Verne 848 8? Bank of Titonka ...I" $j8 40 Farmers'bank of Titonka 1,877 Of( First City bank of Ledyard 96392 Wesley Savings bank S.OSM of State bank of Ledyard 8,40001 State bank of Germanla 152748 Buffalo Center State bank 4500 Kossuth County State bank 792 98 Algona State bank 8,08178 First National bank 9,28487 Cash 8,08908 Total 971,85040 TO THE HONOUABLK BOARB OP SUPERVISORS OF KOSSOTH COUNTY, IOWA\\ e, a committee appointed by you to examine the accounts of county officers of this county for the ^» ^et^°c» Chairman Board of Supervisors. O-S-T-E-O-P-A-T-H-Y Ninety per cent, greatly uonefltted and 50 per cent, cured (s Osteopathy's record in chronic cases, and three-fourths of the cases treated Osteopathically have tried other systems of treatment and failed to get relief. If you are afflicted, and have been unable to regain your health, I would be glad to have you call and consult me In regard to your case. Send for a copy of the Osteopathlc Magazine, free. References from all over the state. :D:Ea - 3-- W- Xa-AJLTKirtT. .A-leon-a, Iowa,. J. T. OhriscJiilles, President. G. C. Hudson, T. H. Lantry, James Patterson Vice President. Treasurer. Secretary. 1,21628 24705 27878 209 21 6281 81074 170 11 618 26 101 OS 45802 1,081 74 22508 28007 886 22 80060 SOB 60 199 84 67860 182 61 8070 19478 18054 450 090!_ 40302 710 1,07488 208 20 *1 51 178 08 2497 503 98491 171 52 51212 1,18043 239 95 50 IE 800 OS 745 94817 20004 1140 25501 148 07 3862 1861 883 2562 2685 20411 8882 188 81 48 81 18208 00 68 19184 04456 280 08 22 08 11036 16802 5041 818 212 83 5267 1446 676 57 27876 1232 785 14994 2382 891 1,084 04 198 97 80 2609 229 01 26488 4741 ALCONA MILLING COMPANY. [INCORPORATED.] HIGHEST PRIDES PAID for all kinds of Grain and Seeds. 'Dealers in Hard and Soft Coal. Manufacturers of Strictly High-giade Flour Special attention paid to the Exchange Owing to the large and constantly increasing demand for our superior grade of flour we are enabled to offer from 5 to 10 cents per bushel above the market price for good wheat. F. W. DINQLEY, Manager. NSURANCE Also Land, Loan and Collection Business.- Office over Algona State Bank. Farmers' ot Cedar Rapids, Phoenix of Hartford, Hanover of New York, Minnesota Fire, Minneapolis, Rockford of Roekford, Lloyd's Plate Glass of New York, United States Life of New York. i^. GEO. M. BAILEY. FINANCIAL. Kossuth County State Bank, , $60,000. Deposits received, money . 3WWA foreign and domestic exchange bought and sold bUBlness 892 78970 15909 81 Of 8881 82244 8198 2147 2133 20705 4489 . WSI. H. INGHAM, President; T. CHHISCH1LLES, Vice Pres; LEWIS H. SMITH D1 - G " Smith ' J " B ' Jon68 ' *• Achilles, Lewis First National Bank of Algona. CAPITAL AMBROSE A. CALL President D. H. HVTGHINS Vice President ' A •ut~T\7nn Cashier • •*• fAiiUEK Assistant Cashier Philip Dorweller, F. H. Vesper, Ambrose A. furnishing first-class security. Officers and Directors— A. D. Clarke, President, C. C. Chubb, Vice Brest., Gr LH G^ 1y th? a8hler ' Fred. M. Miller. Myron Schenck, T hos.F.Cooke. DASJH UA6>H i, 150,000. General Banking. PRIVATE SAFETY DEPOSIT VAULTS _ ^"Interest paid on time deposits. 2808 46 HIS 58 1322 8228 01530 210 10 15 03 LOOK TO YOUR EYES. Opthalmlc Optician. The most difficult cases of children a specialty. Do your eyes ache, smart, water, become inflamed, or pain in the eyeball, orbit, temple or forehead? If so you should consult a competent optician, with the latest scientific method of correcting all errors of refraction. Examination and consultation free. Office over E J. CHlmore's store, Algona, Iowa. Bicycles Repaired, Bicycles for Sale, Saws filed. Also agent for the Eidredge, Victor, and Anclrae Wheels. J. I, EDMONDS, ALGONA, IOWA, Removed—how next door to Frauu WinUel'a me(tt market, State street. W. H. LACY can furnish you low prices on also all kinds of mill stuff, Wood and Goal >o your weighing on our city scales Opposite Hotel Tennant. WATER OR NO P4Y. rv

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