''••''' - i '''•'• ' THE CWBlt DBS M01NM* AMJONA, IOWA, WflDKffliPAY, JAKPARY 0, 1805. WILL Cure You. AVER'S Sarsaparilla MAKES '" ' ?Hi * WEAK STRONG. FINANCIAL. _______ _«-- -l- -- _ -- _ _ Kossuth County State Bank ?.Po CAPITAL.... 850,001 incorporated Under general laws of lowu. Deposits received, money loaned, foreign and domestic exchange bought and sold. Colleo tlons mado promptly, and a general banking business transacted. Passage tickets to or from the old countries sold at lowest rates. • Wtt, H. INOHAJ1 .............President J<B. JONES....... Vice 1'renldent 1 LEWIS H. SMITH ...Cashier i, „ Directors—Win. H. Inghain,, John G. Smith, J. B. Jones, T. ChrlschilToB, Lewis H. Smith, J. w. Wadsworth, Barnet Devlne. The First National Bank IK \- r« oar ^.Xjo-oar^., IO-W.A.. CAPITAL.. ........ .. ........ .....$50,000 Special attention given to collections. AMBROSE A. CALL. ........ ....... President D. H. HUTCH1NS ..... ......... Vice President \VM. K. FERGUSON ................... Cashier 0. D. SMITH .................... .Asst. Cahhicr Directors— D. H. Hutchlns, S. A. Ferguson, Philip Dorweller, W. F. Carter, Ambrose A. Oa'll, R. H. Spencer, Wm. K. Ferguson. Money always on hand to loon at reasonable rates to parties furnishing first-class security. CASH CAPITAL, 850,000. JS1 r fe - \ r A, IOWA. Officers and Directors— A. D, Clarke, President, 0. O. Chubb, Vice Prest., Thos. H. Lantay, Oashier, Geo. L. Galbraith, Fred. M. Miller. 'Myron Schenck, Thos. P. Cooke, General Banking. PRIVATE SAFETY DEPOSIT VAULTS. |3?~Intere3t paid on time deposits. PROFESSIONAL. CLARKE & COHENOUR, 4TTORNEY8 AT LAW. Office over First National bank, Algona, la, c E. H. CLARKE, ATTORNEY AT LAW. Collection agent. Opera House block. S. S. SESSIONS, ATTORNEY AT LAW. Prompt collections. Money to loan on chattel security. Over OhrischlUes' store. DANSON & BUTLER, LAW. LOANS. LAND, Collections a specialty, Office In Gardner Cowles' new building, 'SULLIVAN & MeMAHON, ATTORNEYS AT LAW, Office In Hoxle-Ferguson bl jck. GEO, R. CLOUD, [Successor to W. B, Quarton,] Attorney and Counsellor at Law, ALGONA, IOWA. Office over gossuth County State Bank. E. V.. SWETTING, ATTONEY AT LAW, Algpna, Iowa. L', K, GARFIELD, M. D., £SJ8IGIAN ANJ) 8URQEQN, Offlpe, state at., one door east of Oordlngiey. Residence, McGregor st., east of the puTOo school building. ''" H, Q. 'McCOV, M. D., ' v fffYfJICUN AND SURQEQW, f " Specja} attention to 0^7 practice, i~ PHYSICIAN AND SWRCEON ll'flfflc«avfir the State Bank,, Algona, low; M^t$j$ww$&™ -rr^ sJM&:J8^M2ta.^tofVi We notice that Dr. West lost $10 in ft snooting match at Bancroft last week With A. Sundeifdhi if the doctor- has many $10 td fool away there are places in Algotia where his friends would be pleased td give him receipts oft longstanding accounts. Besides other valuable assets to be reported by the county fair treasurer at the meeting Saturday will be a lot of fine solid gold bicycle medals. The society is ready for this fall without much additional expense td give a lot of bicycle contests. BYF 1 * Seed how 5WB6 the Mbffatt property^ and Mr. Moffwtt will sodtt go td Chicago. Our county superintendent Will sell his present home and move into the new one of sell the new one and stay where he is. He is open to a trade of most any kind. The tnolnbers of the bnr at Mtnneii|> oils presented Judge Hicks with a fine silver set on his retirement frorn the bench last week. He and his family leave soon for a year's trip to Europe. His Algona friends will be pleased to learn that he was so pleasantly remembered. A re-trial of the case of Danson & Butler ngainst Harry Dodge on a note wns hud to a jury before 'Squire Taylor last week. The plaintiffs appeared for themselves and E, V. Swelling for Dodge. A verdicl was rendered for the value of the note, and an appoal will be taken, A rumor was out last week lhat efforts were being made to get the chief witness against Dr. Felling in the aborlion case againsl him at Whilte- raoro lo leave tho country and a subpoena was at once served. County Attorney Raymond thinks the witnesses will remain to appear in court. At the business meeling of the Con- gregalional church Monday, Rev. Davidson was elecled president; Mrs. Frank Lull, clerk; L. j. Rice, treas- urerer, and Dr. McCoy and M. Starr deacons. Deacon Starr takes Mr. Mof- fall's place, on his relirement. A cotn- millee was appointed on lectures, etc. Depositions were taken Saturday in she claims made by the Nebergalls to ihePluraley estate. The matter was not finished and the lawyers will come -ogether again. Thn case will probab- y be heard at the coming term of court. [t is not likely that much will be left of the property when all the contests are settled. J. J. Wilkenson is agitating the mater of getting up a car load of stuff for ihe Nebraska sufferers. He knows low they are fixed out there and says ,00 much help cannot be rendered. "Kossuth should not be behindhand in .his and other benevolent matters, for we have been blessed this year, and back in the 70's we had our share of assistance. The county board were discussing the njuslice of paying for rooms for polling >ooths in town and not in country townships. In the country elections ire held in school houses and no charge s made. In town a fancy rent is as- eased up to the county. They were reading the law to see if they have to pay these bills. The old Father Taylor house is occupied by one of the residents of Nebraska vho was dried out last summer. His name is McBride. He went to north- vestern Nebraska two years ago and bought a farm, but two seasons of failure forced him to go to the Platte val- ey and rent. He had in last spring 30 acres of corn, 40 of grain and some )otatoes. His whole harvest was a mlf bushel of potatoes. He left there n July. The county board met Monday and chose C. C. Chubb chairman for the new year, whicb brought a bag of good ipples and a box of good cigars over, Mr. Barton was present and took his eat, J. O. Rawson retiring. Mr. Raw- on has been an excellent member of he board and retires with the good will of his associates and of all who have been acquainted with his work, The coming of a first class opera company next.week .Saturday evening will be a pleasant announcement to the public. They are to give a one act comic opera, "The Rose of Auvergne," to open with and then Yon Suppe's "Pygmalion and Galatea." The latter opera is well known and is clever and full of good music, There are 12 people in the company, all good singers, and come with the best recommends, The doctors yesterday did a good thing in resolving that a.ll county bills presented by members of the society be audited by it at its regular meetings before they are presented to the board of supervisors. This will insure bills containing only a proper number of visits and moderate charges. If the doctors now exercise a sound discretion m making low charges they will be allowed to retire from 'public gaze ftnd make way lor some other exciting item of news. The Republican will shortly have some illustrations showing Algona's new buildings if It can get some that will show. It sent for half-tone engravings, but either they were too poorly executed or were too fine for the paper and press, fop nothing could be made of them ftfld they were sent back, and wood outs will be tried. The Republican is having a run of hard luck. It lately bought a. second hand folder which would not work and has had to be pent back. The Bupt creamery showing made by Secretary Angus speaks well for- what hag been going on in Jfessutb 4«ring tW§ year of business depression, They •"""" "" ground B,«.ri wbsr§ ihe, money " pf ( the town anj" Mrs. Steplii'nwnn. The taljlr.-j of tesl.i tnony Was ttnl iStim pit-ted. Bartcreaky, ,WbfU?£ygpyepmm,gn J. O. Ptixon's son citftis in s with Uie biggest wolf yet naught in these parts." -Some thought, ir, was n gfey timber wolf, but other* »ay it wus only a prnlrlo wolf. It mesiMiri'il o feet and 10 inches from tip lo ft|>. Li ciime up to Charley Woostcr's place ifi Shop- man townshi'p mid attacked tin. 1 hogs, and refused lo be driven tuvay. A shepherd dog very soon gol. nil il wanted and retired. Charley wont over to neighbor PftXon's and Kir. Pdxtnt 1 s son with Ills gun dispatched UK; wolf with- oul tearing the hide, which is a handsome one. The Algotia Club hiis ordered it« reading mailer for the tit-w yimr and has a splendid list. Tin* club i* ono of Algona*s besl instituting .affording a, pleasant place for reading and all kinds of amusements of n good ordeK The reading for next your includes tin- Ilitistriited American, Harpers' Week' ly, Scientific AmeHcim, Review of Revlewft,G'09tnopolitati,Midland Monthly, Outing, Puck, Judge, McClure's Magazine, Romance, London Punch, Century, Chitutauqiut and North American Review. A curious case was Bottled last week between the parties, Geo. R. Cloud attending to the details for the plaintiff. It seems thai F. A. Kenyon, who has won famf) in various ways in Kossuth'. showed Ihe plaintiff one piece of land while tho deed he ma.do out rleocribed another. When ho saw the land he really got he refused to bo satisfied and sued the grantor, Mr. Odenheiitifrof Eagle Grovo, for damages. Odenheimer, on learning of the docoption, paid n, compromise sum and the matter was d ropped. Money. I have unlimited money to loan on long or short time. B. W. HAGGARD. WE make a specialty of collections. Cloud & Haggard. TWELVE and one-half cent corn at 10 cents for ten days only, at James Pat- terson's~42t2 _^ ARCTICS of all kinds and at all prices at Galbraith &Co.'s. DID you ever try Sanitarium coffee? Only ]6 cents a pound. Sold only by Langdon & Hudson. HAVE you evor used tea from the Opera House Grocery? If not, try their 50 cent ton. ANOTHER lot of that famous " May Bud" tea just received. Langdon & Hudson. • SEXMOUR ALLEN is doing horse shoeing at Bradley & Nicouliu's shop. WE have some cloaks that we will close cheap. Galbniith & Co. A FIRST-CLASS cow for sale. Inquire of A. L. Rlst.-42 TWELVE and one-half cent tomatoes at 10 cents for ten days only, at James Patterson's.-42t2 _^^ NICE all-wool dress flannels at 85c a yard. Galbraith & Co. The New Woman. She—How, dare you kiss me, sir? He—I'm awfully sorry, but—why did you encourage me? She—And, pray, sir, how did I encourage you? He—Well—you took off your glasses I Too Much, Mrs. Doogm (who haa stopped in on her way from jnark,et)-rA-bQ! Are yez that toneyyez have laved off widtbe growler? Phat's In the bottle, Oi dun fenow? Mrs. MoKahey «« Bade'n Oi'm not toney, It's aiok Oi aw, That's woine, Tfee doctor tould n»e to be afther takin bafe, woine sad iron, but divU a bit better do 01 feel for the iroain, at all, >-^Ij\lflP/« SfejBfc^wv 1HI fiASBlBt V tdUfi tit* lutes* «ft(Jtet »f flirt fceftt&to* KMt AiS tei-y Iflterbstifig. feoth Bolg*ftvid and Bohemia, hot to lay the chtjfftfa dfid stage, ftlll be gtoat- ly interested in the uevrt of tWa engage- fneflts ftbotit to be afcfeonlidea. Now, I WStt tb preface ifiy Voicing of the tumor by declafifig thai I kfao^? both engagements will be einphaticail^, even violently, denied, bttt that is only the fci-ofoef catoef bow. I heal? that Mrs. Piran Stevens is to innrry Mt. Albert Morris Bagby. Now, nobody Heeds enlightenment as to Mrs. Pafan Stevens, but there inay be tt few'tolora folks Whose social ett* eyolonedia contains no tefefonoe to Al* beft Morris Bagby. , Mevortheless he is A charming chap, of whotti the women always speak as "that dear little Bagby. " Be is a Western bom man of really oriental tadt and finesse. He gives music lessons, having been the favorite pupil par excellence of Liszt, and incidentally he gives the sWellest musicales of the season at the Waldorf— at $5 a ticket. Ho has charming manners and has just completed a novel on the romantic life at Weimar of his great teacher, the Abbe Liszt. He has attained a really enviable position in the genuine hant mpnde solely by his gentle breeding and his immense diplomacy, and nobody but his rivals will wish him aught but lots of plums in his wedding cake. The other engagement that will soon be announced is that of Miss Olive Chamberlin and young Harper, son of a member of the great publishing house. The very name of Harper is synonymous with Methodism and millions, and Miss Chamberlin is the daughter of that popular all round sport and "nature's nobleman," John Chamberlin. • She is a superb young woman still in her teens, of tho Jnnoesque type of beauty and inheriting the magnetic charm of her mother, who was the brilliant, beautiful Emily Thome, sister of the late Charles B. Thome, Jr. The stamp of approval of Miss Chamberlin's beauty and chic bears the Hall mark of such connoisseurs as George Work, George de Forest Grant and Francis Sykes, and she is as brilliant as she is beautiful. I am requested to deny authoritatively that Mrs. E. Berry Wall contemplates going on the comic opera stage, or that she is even considering the offer made her by a well known impresario. To be sure, she is taking singing lessons and is cultivating her voice with really fervid devotion; but, bless you, so is E. Berry himself. No, Mrs. Wall will not appear on any stage, not even the amateur, this year. — Cbolly Knickerbocker in New York Recorder. A Tyrannical Landlord. According to Mr. Labouohere in London Truth, the Duke of Beaufort, one cf the most tyrannous of the landlords of England, assumes to dictate all the affairs of ,the town of Stoke-Gifford. His grace took objection to the election of Admiral Close as a churchwarden and served notices to quit on the tenant farmers who voted for him. The duke afterward announced that he would withdraw the notices only on condition that the admiral resigned. In order that the farmers should not suffer, the admiral did resign. It now appears that Admiral Close himself was a tenant of the duke, and he also received a notice to quit his house, which has just expired. He has practically been evicted because he' was chosen churchwarden without ducal approval. And He Understood. Mr. Longstop (making an evening call)— By the way, Miss Qiiickstep> did you get anything nice for a Christmas gift? Miss Quickstep—Indeed I did. I will show it to yoU with pleasure.", It is on the mantelpiece.' Mr. Longstop looks in the direction indicated and sees a beautiful clock whose hands point to 11:30.—Chicago Tribune. Where It Came From. The Big Sister—Tommy, what do you mean by sniffing at Mr. Slopay's overcoat? The Little Brother—I'th tryin to thmell thmoke. When pa thaw it he thaid the' routht a been a fire thomewhere.—Clothiers' and Haberdashers'Weekly. S? ^'"'mmiammm T W f ' WHY DON'T YOU ...THB.,, Jlonthly?: ONLY $1,^0 A \ , Addren w» dlt(« or writ* (9 P*» M9INI*, |A, A New Harness Shop, 8, P, CBftlST$N8M Has opened a harness B uop in the front room 91 W8 If very ba,r», aa«Ikeep*g w 6^4 Harness, Blankets, Robes iOOTS AND SHOES. fl WORTH OF BOOTS AND SHOES JJ •:• At 25 per cent, Discount, Shoes fnr men, women, and children. Arctics and Rubbers of all kinds. Felt.Boots and German Socks. Hazel's Pants Protector get prices before buying. Yours for business, STATE STREET. B. H, Irvington, Iowa, is the place to buy your goods. Our expenses are as low as any place in the northwest, consequently we will not be undersold. G-ranulated Sugar, per hundred, . 22 pounds G-ranulated Sugar for . 23 pounds "O" Sugar lor . $4.35 1.00 1.00 Anything not in stock we will be pleased to order for any customer. COME AND SEE US. J. R. & C. J. DUTTON. 0. Jj. LUND. J. J. [Successors to 0. L. Lund—Established 1880.] REAL ESTATE DEALERS We wish to announce to the readers of THE UPPER DBS MOINES that we have extraordinary facilities for the selling of farms and unimproved lands In northern Iowa, and,we invite all who wish to dispose of their property to call on us at our office in Algona, or to correspond with us. ^"As soon as spring opens we have a large number of customers from the eastern states who are ready to come out and secure a piece of Iowa soil at reasonable rates. We believe in fair dealing, and if you want to sell your property don't waste any. time in listing It with us. Yours respectfully, LUND & RYAN. California ia 32 Days. Without change of cars. All meals served in dining cars. Palace drawing-room sleeping cars and tourist sleepers are run through to San Francisco without change, with annex sleeping cars to Los Angeles, leaving Chicago daily via ^Northwestern Line. Variable route tourist tickets to California and the health and pleasure resorts of the south.pn sale at ZEBa/tes. Detailed information can be obtained upon application to agent • • Chicago & Northwestern Railway, M. P. HAGOAHD. G. F. PEEK Haggard & Peek, [Successors to Jones & Smith.] Abstracts, Real Estate,-AN£_ Collections, ALGONA, IOWA. LE&AL. **^*+S*^*i**S* t S* NOTICE OF ADMINISTRATOR'S SALE OF LANDS. In pursuance of an order of the district court in and for Kossuth. county, Jowft, made at the Decembkr, 1894, term of said court, the un. dersignedas administrator of the estate of Henry Hausermaun, late of said county deceased, win sell at Public auction, on Saturday, Feb. 8,1885; jft g o'clock p, m., at the of. LEGAL. '^-«NXX^^>^N^% ORIGINAL NOTICE, IN THE DISTRICT cbtirRT OF IOWA, IN a n fl for Kossuth County—E. S, Ellswonh and L.E. Jones, plaintiffs; vs; J. P. Johnson, Chas.,p. Scott,' et al., defendants. « ! S 0 * fcB ¥?J def S n * l ^ lltS! ' You are ' hereby notified that there i$;iiOw on file in the office of the clerk-of the distant cousin andl toj KossutU county, Iowa the p0tttidn of th*. pfaintlfls In e "-^^BUBe. claiming of you the ort.HW with Interest thereon at," • «OM» «W of AVWCas^money due on account on the note of the -defendant, Johnson, given to the Plaintiffs on that • date and for tnat amount, and also asking for foreclosure of the mortgage given to .-secure- the same on the east one-half of the northeast Quarter and the northeast quarter of the southeast quartw S™r*t, otl .°S Twenty-nine, Township Ninety-nine • north of Range Thirty, west "of the Bth p, M. f < Kossuth county, Iowa, No money demand IB m ^e against any of the defendantsexcept J.' P. Johnson, all of which will at large appear from an Inspection of gatd petition, Anonow . • * unless you anoear thereto and defend on or '•" rendered EO. B, OI^OUD.' - ' Attorney for Plaintiffs. " , . , , ., e o. SSS^ thec W?'t heoourt ' the following de. scribed real estate belonging to said decedent's estate, xiz; The northwest quarter of the northwest quarter of Section Twenty-two in Township Sinety-flve. north of Range Numbe? Twenty-nine, west of the 5th P.M" Also Lot TemsoTthTsale.caX 1 Pated this 3d day pf January, A. D. X805. 0. B. BV™ ADMINISTRATION NOTIBE, +1 VW.VW 40 upfquy given vjiRb pne undersigned nave been appointed and have nuaitfiad n.« admjnlstratoW^ the estate of£ $?B,|mitn! late of Kossutb county, Jowa, deceased. ,All 88fflift^SSI^''^^w«WwS» SKned^B?nte?S}h^S* y ^? w ) ; *° WwrteE oiKueq; ana taose hivvlnK claims against/t>i« flUJQ flBtftTA Wtll fllo T'hoTn%W^*^ *W "JO*'»T^ il *V Vt^V »W^SM»*- ORIGINAL NOTICE. DISTRICT COURT OF IQWA, IN r Kossuth County-^To Marv ra ~*..,, Burt, Iowa, Elroa Jo • ust 0. Johnson, Keokuk7' Vlcary and AU^USJ M. Vtoa .„_,„„. e»na fimlly Westgt»e, .Ji^Westgate, ga«4 ^Sfffl^ws^^rAgasafiiMfiH - Sf&ovft.iJPliF Iswa ' Baidolph Fairbanks, * Elizabeth Warren, Perry, Jowa* Wallace : Fairbanks, Lutfter Falrbft»ksi Burt, Iowa 1 ^' - + ft jL e ^S rel)y ?°Jped tba.t there is nqw Q» ' < the office of- tfte clerS of the distrlot * > K r fi n a Wn' *W». H Pewaoflr , .. ..,-_,.„,»,.„,_^, fjifj^ifrf*ntttrm - *,''* .' ' ' '
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