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..... departs at.... 4 .............. 8:40pm 6d5 fsotifids jpef hoiif. It is the cheapest outfit ia fif st cost that can be obtain* Settd for free iiltis* tfated catalogue to £, M. , Elgin; eottflty, Illinois, at ............... ...... 6:OODm hat carry pM«engers- p No. 7f departs at...... .,...?. ....... 8;40pm No. 94 departs at ........ , ........... l:4Bpm R. F. HEDRICK, Agent. . Miied Pass..... Freight Freight...... 3:0tpm BigOpta 7:53 tt to Pass, arrives at Chtca FINANCIAL* , IOWA, W^BKJKHBAY, APttlL M. 1S9S, Kossuth County State Bank i BVeight.... ca#dat7afn; 9:30 aitt arrives a , e DesMolnes at 8:16 j> tn. Lt. Des M. 2:30 a m Mlied connects with flyer and arrives at Chi cago at 8 a. m. F. H. VEsfran, Agent. THE CITY CIRCUIT. CAPITAL ...... ; ....................... |50,OOC Ihcorpofated under general laws of Iowa. D«poslts received, money loaned, foreign nnd oddiestlc exchange bought and sold. Collee MOBS made promptly, and a general banking pqBlness transacted, Passage tickets to or train the old countries sold at lowest rates. WM. H, 1NOHAM ........ . .......... President J. fl. JONKS .................... Vice President LEWIS tt< SMITH ......... ..... ........ Cashier ^Ulreetors— Wnt. H. Ingham, John G. Smith, J, B, Jones, T. Chrlschllles, Lewis H. Smith, J. W, Wadsworth, Barnet Devlne. The First National Bank Hi "" t;>>' »:; >n', Of ^JLO-OiT^V. XO-W.A.. CAPITAL ................. . ..... 150,000 Special attention given to collections. AMBROSE A. CALL ..... ....... ..... President JD. H. HUTOH1NS .............. Vice President •Wil. K. FERGUSON ................... Cashier C. D. SMITH...... ............... Asst. .Cabliler Wrectors— D. H. Hutchlns, S. A. Ferguson, Philip Dorweller, W. P. Carter, Ambrose A. Ball, Ki H. Spencer, Win. K. Ferguson. Money always on hand to loan at reasonable rates to parties furnishing first-class security. CASH CAPITAL, $50,000. ; ALQOITA, TOWA. Officen and Directors— A. D. Clarke, President, O. 0. Chubb, Vice Prest., Thos. H. Lantry, Cashier, Geo. L. Oalbralth, ' Fred. M. Miller. Myron Schenck, .Thos. F. Cooke. General Banking. PRIVATE SAFETY DEPOSIT VAULTS. fyinterest paid on time deposits. PROFESSIONAL. "**^«^>«^^-^XX>.^^rf'%^N.<«fc^^XX - f^*rtkrf'^ 1 CLARKE & COHENOUR, • ATTORNEYS AT LAW. Office over First National bank, Algona, la. 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 Chrlsohilles'store. DAKSON & BUTLER, LAW. LOANS. LAND. Collections a specialty. Office Jn Gardner Cowles' new building. SULLIVAN & McMAHON, ATTORNEYS AT,LAW, Office In Hoxie-Fenruson bl Jck. GEO, R. CLOUD, [Successor to W. B. Quarton.] Attorney and Counsellor at Law, ALOONA, IOWA. Office over Kossuth County State Bank. E, V, SWETTING, ATTONEY AT LA W, Algona, Iowa. L. K, GARFIELR, M. D., PSY8IQJAN AND SURGEON, 'Office, State st,, one door east of Cordingley, Residence, McGregor st., east of the • public school building. H. C, McCOV, M. D., AND SURGEON. Special attention to city practice. PHY8IPIAN ANP 8URPBON, lews. , M, FfWPE, M. P,, AND SURQSQN. Ooeflera'store, pnState street, IPW», ',., T, A-. SQQTT, W. P., AND, B.U8QEON, Df, Bowen, Whittemore, Iowa. Don't miss Ingalls Friday night. Will Laird's family have a fine boy The cry for more rain Is already heard. W. W. Jones is off in Montana let* ting mail routes. The Heise front will be one of the handsomest in town, The council got out the street sprinkler Monday. The city water never did more good. Recorder Randall is among the builders. He is adding a sizeable addition to his home. C. J. Brown has bought the livery barn on west State street and has moved his livery stock into it. The W. H. M. S. of the M. E. church will meet with Mrs. John Grove next Thursday afternoon at 3 o'clock. A new millinery shop goes in adjoining THE UPPER DES MOINES office. Two sisters, Misses O'Connor, will have charge. Sheriff Samson has been having grip. Monday he came down town not feeling weir and fainted in the Kossuth county bank. The state dairy report shows 'that Kossuth made more butter in 1894 than in 1893. Kossuth will beat all its records in 1895. Rev. Geo. Leslie gave two excellent sermons at the Episcopalian church Sunday and is likely to be called as permanent rector. St. Jo. is going to have a big co-operative creamery if the new bridge is put across the river. The proposed location is about a mile north of St. Jo. Doxsee & Shaw will move their abstract office to the Geo. C. Call building as soon as the room is completed. They will have a very central and desirable location. Marriage licenses have been issued to J. F. Keller and Ella Flynn, Edward Huber and Mary Studer, Geo. Mergen and Margaret Fuchson, John J. Mer- fleld and Calthonia Kremmer. John Wentworth was fooling with a revolver at John Gilbride's Saturday and shot it offiust as it was pointed at one of his forefingers. The bullet went through, cutting out the bone. Surveyor Tellier has one of the original stakes sot by the government surveyors in 1854. It is of black walnut and is well preserved. He got it from the corner on W. K. Ferguson's farm. The back office over the Kossuth county bank, where the fire started, is being refitted and will be used by Cloud & Haggard, making four rooms for them, the largest suite of offices in town. The ladies of the Episcopal church will have an apron sale at Grange hall on the afternoon and 'evening of Wednesday, May 1, Refreshments will be served from 6 o'clock until all are served. Wilbur Quick, who is foreman of a printing office at Rhilander, Wls., has had three operations performed for cancer of the eye ball. He has hopes that the disease is stopped and that he will eventually get well. Charley Walker was appointed to sell the Geo, Frlnk stock at Wesley and is now in charge. The legal battle to determine how the proceeds shall be distributed will come later, Charley Is a first class man for receiver. A. J. Jones sold bis town property to W, F, Hofius of Union Township. Mr. Jones will go to Missouri where Theo, Smith of Livermore went last month. Mr. Smith and Mr, Jones are two of the earliest settlers north of Humboldt on the river, E. P, Keith and Daniel Rice went to Chicago Saturday evening with a lot of stock. Mr, Rice had some nine months hogs which averaged 480 pounds, and his lot averaged a little over that, They are said to have been as fine a lot of bogs as ever left Algona. It will be worth a day's journey Friday to see the school board set out trees. There are Geo, E, Clarke, Judge Quarton, Mayor Haggard, C, H. Blossom, E. B. Butler, and E. J, Gil* wore, Each one Is to plant a tree on a theory of his own. What a sacrifice of good trees. Chwbb and Auditor Calk* have not yet decided, about new cpurt house vaults for tbe clerk and auditor, The plan is to give tbe present ones to the, recorder ai»e| treasurer and build $yvp new pnes, wpuW jaftke plenty pf ropro. now that J, W. giulUyan, M>ej-e groan, eyeo fjy § pi toe freeers pj tbe Ajgoaa fetri ass aeMpn lefj, nnd p ft }y ipfc to, 4Q busj| S feeft Pueb, H, E, Rigt, Will Friday, April 26. we will have a special sale on Blouse waists, .raffled and plain. Mothers will do well to take advabtage of this tale. One day only. &BW fijtOtAUD ULOtttlSO HotlSE. plan but tbe women all complained that it spoiled tbe paper for tbe pantry shelves, and unsavory as the truth often Is, pantry shelves are what we all come to at last. Very few dailies paste any more. The Republican would do better to cut and not paste, and tbe cutting is a needless expense. Mayor Haggatd desires attention called to the fact that while most ol the streets and alleys have been cleaned in accordance with the provisions ol the city ordinance, there are yet a few places that need attention, and proper ty owners are requested to see that the work of renovation is not delayed. The funeral of Mrs. Bloor's daughter, Ella, was held Monday, Rev. Stevens officiating. Her death occurred a few days after her return from Chicago, Probably no greater sufferer ever secured a happy release in death than she, and all must feel that the end came opportunely, She was a young and attractive woman, and had taken great pains to fit herself for a useful and happy life. She was stricken at the threshold, A happy marriage will be celebrated tomorrow morning at 9 o'clock, Miss Bessie Quick of Algona and Chas. Knutson of Clear Lake being the parties. They will go at once to Clear Lake, where they begin housekeeping. Miss Quick is one of the attractive young ladies of Algona and has grown up here. She wins for a husband an active and prosperous business man,'a hardware merchant, and will have a pleasant home. Many congratulations ) with them. * Lafe Young refers to the rumor that Dolllver Is to marry a rich eastern widow and says: "We suggest, however, that the congressman's duty as a republican is to exhaust the rich widow market of Iowa before he goes east. It would be difficult to find a man who would enjoy a rich widow's resources more than our eloquent congressman, but it Is needless to suggest to the congressman that marriage is'a lottery and the chances are sixteen to one that he will get fooled." Weather crop report for the week: Rapid progress has been made in 'arm work. .The acreage of small n is large, and more than the usual ire a of land has been plowed for corn. En some districts a beginning has been made in planting, and with favorable weather It will be quite general by the 1st of May. Karly sowed cereals are well sprouted and show an excellent stand. Pastures are quite forward, in some sections affording an ample support for stock. Fruit buds have not Deen materially injured by frost. Coroner Morse was called to Ledyard Saturday, to view tbe remains of Thos. S. Carlile, who had started to drive from his son-in-law, N. E. Bradburn's to Center Chain lakes, and who was found with a charge of shot in the shroat. He had taken a gun in his cart and must have carried! it between knees when it was discharged by some accident. The powd'er set his shirt on fire, and the whole charge of jhot cut just under the chin and bunched in the base of the- skull. The pony he was driving was stopped by a line winding in the wheel. Mr, Carlile waa 80 years of age. Saturday evening is the-time for the regular council meeting. We have no idea what will happen but we offer the suggestion that a hall be hired and an admission be charged. In case the question of who shall be head of the scavenging committee does not satisfy the whole audience, the leaders in the memorable one-mill library fight might be invited to be present to fill in the time, That would let THE UPPER DES MOINES in and we enjoy taking a hand in controversies over nothing because they furnish infinite field for debate and it makes no difference how they are decided. Andy Dunlap of Ledyard is in the Reid for the legislature and does not intend to allow any neglect in the spring to interfere with the harvest in the fall. He and Supervisor Burton were in various parts last week, and we judge were enthusiastically received, We learn that the north three rows of townships are solid for Andy, If they are they present a solid front of some importance, Andy has succeeded in being a big wheat raiser, a big flax raiser, a big hay maker, and a big land seller. Now be wants to add "Hon," to his name by holding down one of those stamped Morrocco $75 chairs at Des Moines a few months. He will probably have lively com> petition, A happy marriage was celebrated this morning at 10:30 o'clock at the 3atholio church by Father Nicholls, J, W, Sullivan and Miss Essie Cordingley joining bands and hearts. Tbe bride Is one of Algona's best known and best liked young ladies, whose friends are limited only by her acquaintance. She has tbe esteem and good, will of everybody and better wishes never Attended a bride than go with her, Me. Sullivan has established himself in Algona in a few yeurs ae an able and ' 'ious lawyer, a gentleman in relations, pf irreproachable ,,.i, A happy married life MfQWBUJQtoJn, wishing them all the raod fortyne thai life haj for anyone. They #iU Uye to tb> present ft* least m « fh ilia brag's pareijts in tbeir ment of the Grand Army of the Republic, at Clinton, Iowa, the Northwestern line will sell excursion tickets at one fare for the round trip; tickets on sale May 6 to 9 inclusive, good for return until May 10, 1895, inclusive. For tickets and full information apply to agents Chicago & Northwestern railway>-5t2 "BRAMBLE." Just unpacked at the Opera House Grocery, I "WANT a million dozen of eggs—10 cents a dozen. Jus. Patterson.-5t2 MRS. A. J. JONES has house plants for sale cheap. I. S. BI'SBEE, tbe well-known piano tuner, will be in the city in a few days, doing work in his line. FOR the annual encampment of the Grand Army of the Republic,, to be held at Clinton, May 7 to 9>, excursion tickets will be sold by tbe Chicago, Milwaukee & St. Paul railway at fare and one-third for the round trlp.-6t2 Ice. Learve your orders at E. J. Gllmore's, W, A, Ladendorff's, or Walker Bros.' for icev-518 PETER' WINKED. WHEW good times comw again.every- body will be smiling, bint «everybody will have to pay more for groceries than Walker Bros, now ctoavge. THE union of capital and! labor is happily effected by those who 1 rnyest in such goods as Walker Bros*, sell. A. M. & G. M. JOHNSOBP have just received a fine lot of farmers' carriages and surreys.. Can give you a fine bar- gain.-3tf BUCKLEN'S ARNICA SAOiVE. The best salve iu the world for bruises, cuts, sores, ulcers, salt rheum,, fever sores, tetter, chapped hands, chilblains, corns and all skin eruptions, and positively cures piles or no pay required. It is guaranteed to give perfect satisfaction or money refunded. Price 25c a box. Sold by L. A. Sheetz. OPERA House Grocery is tbe place to find "Economy." HOUSE to rent.'. F. W. Wafcbrhouse.. LIFE can be Just as pleasanV as you wish, especially ifi you buy your supplies of Walker 1 Bros. SEE the new corn planters at The Wigwam. FOR SALE—Full blood Holstein bull. J. J. Wilson.-Slt* F'0ir Sale. Building suitable for hotel or boarding bouse; centrally located; be&t business opening in A'lgona; a great bar- gain.^49t8 J. J. WILSON. LOOK for strawberries today at the Opera House Grocery. SOMETHING new,. "Bramble"" pattern crockery at 1 the Opera House Grocery. _ MONEY to loaaon long or short. time.. Geo. C. Call.-tf _ Eggs. Wanted. It will pay every person in Kbssutb county who has eggs to' sell, to eon suit e.s JAMES PATTERSON:, "ECONOMY" is. the best and cheapest. OWNERS of horses will be pleased to learn that L. TI Martin of Livermore will be on hand' again this spring to engage in his old! occupation, Wait for him,— 3t3 _ For Sale. The choicest resident lots in the old college grounds for sale cheap. 3t8 J, J. WILSON. "Jump Into the Wagon and we'll all take a ride,'' If the wagon is greased with tbe ride will be more pleasant, the horse won't have (9 do any m°79 than big riglUfW ebfre ef work, awl tbtre will be but UtUe wear, 00 the wsg9». It's the s}i9fee§t greflge you ever saw* §0J<J by all ggalera, Qjve H ft &ifti< Waauara's oil ana GreaseCo, Wanted, doge,n. WALKER BROS. Desire V/-tt |*» Grocery Trade, And for that reason- Invite you to join them in Looking at their stock, Y There arts al wnys a great many articles ._ in a gfouet'y store that commend (Q) themselves upon examination, You have your especial tastes. We try to comply with the demand The better plan is to come in, on your ^ way to business, and see what the @) latest goods are. You are always welcome. The ladies are especially invited. Ladies wffl find it to their advantage to make frequent calls, whether they @) have an order in mind or not. rsrnC JJIUO. Desire to be in direct communication with all housekeepers, FURNITURE! w IF'lct'-u.Te E call especial attention to our new Book Racks ami Wall Shelves. Just the thing for chesep book case. Complete stock of Undertaking; Goods. Silver Leaf Tea, The best 50 cent Tea in the market. Ask for sample, at I i & C. J. DUTTOI'S, Irvington, Iowa. Whoa NFlour Choice Fancy Patent Flour; per sack, - 8Qc Choice Full Patent Flour, per sack, - - 75e Choice White Daisy Flour, per sack, - - 70o Choice Baker's (fomily) Flour, per sack, 60fc Choice G-raham, per sack, 12 lbs. r - - 25e Choice G-raham, per sack, 24 lbs n - - 4Qe Choice Bolted Meal, per sack, 12 Ifos., -. 20c Choice Bolted Meal, per sack, 24 Ibs., - 35o EVERY sack warranted equal to or BETTER than any other flour in this market. Every one ought now to use only the flour that is made at home,. •> FIRE SALE. I am going to close out my entire stock of Boots and Shoes regardless tl what they cost, I have settled with the insurance companies and shall Jet the goods go At Your Own Price, The goods are but slightly damaged, and the bargains you will g§t will make your hair stand, This sale for THIRTY DAYS ONLY, 9r B, H, Anderson, NSURANCE.