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imA tjMPSK ^^^ •• ' ?.."'•'' ' t ALaOKA..IOWA,.WEPKE8BA¥, APOPBfrlB, 1386. Peaches! Peaches! PA I have made arrangement to ^shlp i«eet from the growers in Michigan, and , o *** they will arrive This Week and Next daily, and they will be the finest peach ever brought to this market. Now is the time to put up your peaches as they will only last this week and next. Cowles Block. James Patterson. <!s SteVblns, Props. We have some good ma- diihe oil we are selling at only 25 cents a gallon to close it out. IMerson & SteWrins. South of court house, Algona, Iowa CUX-BROWN, Liverrai' Will convey parties and baggage to any part of town for 25 cents, round trip. We are here to do you good. GIVE US A CALL •when In need of 'bus or- Ifvery. Leave orders at Brunswick hotel or at my barn on State jttreet. Telephone No. 43.. Telephone for rigs at our expense.' fSTParties hiring rigs al 0. J. Brown's livery tarn will have 'busfare refunded. r < P. L. SLAGLE, Manufacturer.and dealer in Harness, Saddles, Whips, and all Harness goods. Also a full line of Trunks, Grips, and Telescopes. Repairing aeatly and promptly done. I sel} DR. JOSEPH HAAS' REMEDY FOR HOG CHOLERA, Positively the best remedy for cholera in hogs Xf or chickens. Come and see me, at new stand, {-;., adjoining Christensen's livery barn. |: Good Painting €$oo . w **^ /v ^^i ^^STSSTSD ,,.*.-~.^^j ^^C\^^—i^^3 — ^^^^«&M^^M^H^^ v „ Jfhaye been in Algona 12 years, and my work done during that time speaks for itBQlfi I am still prepared to give the . , ,same first-class service as ever, and £ , eefieit your patronage, •, ROUSE PAINTING AND : PAPIER HANGING I devote special at '" ™l*Btto""to, and also do carriage paint- teg, ka}spmining, etc, . jBp*Shop on Call street. E, G, BOWYER, »pw at the new Stand }n the Boston block, . , * MS a complete stooH P' FINS OPTICIAN, ^^ffi^K^M^ 9S{ t "• • *', *' , ' RAILWAY TIME CARDS. CHICAGO, MILWAUKEE & ST. PAUL. LOCAL TRAINS WEST. No. 1 departs at , 8:55 am No. 9 departs at 4:01 p m Freights that carry passengers- No. 93 departs at 13:05 am No. 71 departs at 0:33pm No. 65 departs at ^..... 8:20 p m TRAINS BAST. No. 2 departs at 10:37 a m No. 4 departs at 6:33 pm Freights that carry passengers- No. 76 departs at 8:20pm No. 94 departs at 2:05 p m B, F. HEDIUCK, Agent. CHICAGO * NORTHWESTERN. South- Freight .7:10 a m Pass.. 8:04 am Mixed 1:12 p m Pass 2:49 p m Mixed 8:00pm North- Mixed . 7:10 a m Freight 11:25 am Mixed 10:47p m P. H. VESPER, Agent. THE LOCAL FIELD. Woman's Belief corps Thursday evening. Carl Setchell is learning telegraphy with Agent Vesper. Ice cream on the normal lawn tomorrow evening. Social at P, L. Parish's. Corn will be the biggest crop this season that it ever has been in Kossuth. Harry Keefe, a law classmate of Fred. M. Curtis, visited him one day last week. Jas. A. Orr is just, up' and around after undergoing a surgical operation for fistula. Wm. Carter of Irvington is off to Colorado to look over the irrigated lands there. Mrs. Hudson is getting well up at Bancroft and still bids fair to reach her 100th birthday. John G. Smith and Guy L. Taylor attended the Nora Springs shooting tournament Monday. B. W. Haggard will go to Milwaukee next week to attend the national republican league convention. W. S, Potter is so as to be up and around down in Greece. C. W. Rist is very sick with sciatic rheumatism. Kinney, the Bancroft young man charged with assault with a knife, was let off with paying a fine of $5 and costs. Glen Brunson .was up from Liver more for Sunday, Glen talked free silver to some of his friends and had lots of fun, The brick laying on the new school bouse has begun. The yellow brick like those in the Boston Block are being used, Orville Minkler got the Lund office building at the sale Saturday paying $160 for it. The furniture sold for about $90 more. Guy Taylor and Mortinson of Britt will shoot any team in Iowa, barring the professional shots, Budd, Grimm. Wilson, Gilbert, etc. The Courier says the McKinley and Hobart club started out small, The republicans start without a boom and celeb.rate after election. There is to be a big harvest picnic at E3, W. Donovan's in Union township, Saturday. A ball game, races, speak' ing and music, is the program. The Eastern Star inyites the Masons and their families to a picnic on Tuesday ne*t. Bring your baskets and meet at the Mason's ball at 10 a. m, A fine sample of this season's corn wag brpught IB by A, J, • Jones last week and some fine ffoseuth apples, The corn pan still be seen at thia office John w&llaoe i$ out from Chicago to a}d in the silver propaganda, Seii saM to be agent for the silver league, but be 8&ys he is acting on bis own Senator Chubb is nutting a floe stone cyclone cave in the basement of bis new bouse, It will be roomy and wi)l pe provided, witb all tbe needed , Northwestern will run a fp§Qjnl ....,„ Jo St, Paul for the Grand Army ,bpyf« it will Isaya Algona at 7UO in iitnincftn.nn t*Annn fit "Raul of C thefre ftffd the judge Witt li will take i»o dA^s to the A eftwfithg party of you»g ttefi, dwlfthd Sfeltbi &os*oe Call, Ch&s. iftdGeo. Howe, Cafl Sfelchell, Siirl Kesslguie. Gaf^ Clai-ke, Chris. Jtatn, and Lee Reed drove tip to Silver* LftUe ast week. They Were out ih the heavy rain, but got no fish. Our Sunday school picnic will be held Aug. 28, it) frank Banttey's grove one mile east and one half mile soilth oftfenton postofflce. All neighboriHg Sunday schools are invited to attend. There will be a short program and amusements and refreshments. The Presbyterrian Siibbath School institute, which was held in Martin's grove last Friday* was pronounced a suciiess by all. There were over 160 sresent. The program was Carried iut, and everyone that took part did Ustice to the subject assigned him. The daily papers have notod the decision in a big IHW suit by which the government boats the Atlantic & Pacific railway in matters involving several million dollars. J. H. Call was the attorney for the government. He has won in a number of big suits of the same kind, Congressman Dolliver wrote B. F. rose that he expected to make the county seats in the Tenth before September. That will bring him to Algona during the coming two weeks. No definite notice of date has been mtide. He will come later and go to all the towns in the county. The case against Morris, the Ban- roft hotel man. for assault and battery was dismissed last week. We learn that Mr. Morris was not considered much to blame in the matter and that the report published last week was thought by him to be not explicit enough on this point. Chns. E. Cohenour went to Cedar Rapids last evening with the papers in the Nick Halsey case to meet Col. Clarke, who will come up to assist Geo. E. Burke, of Chicago, is out to act with E. B. Soper. It will be a hot contest, and every commission house in Chicago is watching it. Thos. Burt has raised the prices on all his stock. C. L. Lund signed his name to a bogus chattel mortgage and all the stock included was described as full-blood shorthorns and standard bred horses. Thomas says he didnt know be had such good stock and that he must get more for it. Mrs. Urch, mother of Geo. and John Urch, who own two of the old Hath- iway farms east of Algona, died last Thursday, aped 74 years. The funeral was held Friday. Mrs. TJrch had not been in the county long enougb to have a wide acquaintance, bat was known as an estimable woman. The hearing in the bay cases before the railway commissioners was held in Des Moines last Wednesday. Frank T. Campbell appeared for the hay men to ask for a reduction in the state rate so our Kossuth shippers can sell in the south part of the state. The railways made a contest. . The decision has not yet been rendered. About a dozen were down from Spirit Lake Monday before Judge Quartern to testify as to whether a mortgage had been satisfied or not. Frank Allen of Estherville was with them. Lawyers Francis of Spirit Lake and Williams of Iowa Falls debated the point, and the judge ruled that the satisfaction had been made. Geo. Holloway told of a remarkable escape from lightning at Bancroft last Friday, Lafe Fuller's bouse was struck and half the roof taken off. The hired girl and one child had been in the room where the bolt entered, but just happened to be out and to escape. There were seven in the house and all were more or less stunned, but otherwise escaped injury. Prof. Rutledge of Livermore, Verne Baker, C. H. Deveraux and B, F. Saul of Humboldt drove up Monday and spent the afternoon in a friendly tennis tournament wltb the Algona club.' Dr, Hist, M. P, Haggard, Chas. Smith and Geo. Bailey played the opening sets with the visitors. Chas. and Frank Baker rode their wheels up and acted as scorers. Honors were easy. 'Squire Raymond was up at Ledyard to try that cow case a second time. Nelson's cow ate Leslie's corn and Leslie took the cow and pummeled Nelson. This time Leslie was convicted of assault and fined $1 and costs, the latter amounting to $47, Then Nelson re- plevined the cow and got her back, the costs being $24 in that case also. 'Squire Raymond conducted both cases. John Coppic, the boy who took the Sam, Grove team, was brought to town by Deputy Cosgrove last week. He was arrested for stealing the robe that was lost and the governor issued a requisition. He was caught in Free- bovn county, Minn,, and is under $300 bonds, He will doubtless He in jail until court meets, Coppio is about 21 years pf age, and don't seem to have grown any ta grace since leaving Algona, Capt.-Foster has the official report of the rifle contest at Okoboji, Webster City got a total of 858, Algona 248, Algona beat them at 300 yards, In the highest individual scores Walsh got 38 put of 25 at 300 yard?, and Hackman got 23 at 500 yards, being two out of the three mentioned, In the ten highest scores at known die* tances Walsh came third with 58 out qf a possible 75, The range wa,g yepy poop a»4 the weathep very hot, A, D, Clavke eays it may he officially announced that he does not own any stook in my silver mine, and also that it may be officially announced that hi f hall not vote Jor free silver. Be says be ii a pretty radical friend of silver, but that Jj§ does not believe that Jr§e coinagf by this country as win jyorH, Be teloegs wi&h men who wajv t<? see it in a safe way, in the were from. Milwaukee and hot at all like the Kenytfn bwobs. The same kind of work has beeh done at othef towns. Mr*. Keflyon prints the Midland mfigagtne. He says the issue for September will be lS<500 and, for October 16,000. The Midland is evidently ehjoying a good healthy boom John Hart, thrower for the Swea City ball club, went to Emttietsbtifg Saturday to help in a game against Britt. He got filled up over there with Emmetsburgine and when he reached Algona he wandered over by the Wilson mill and gathered in a $25 suit of clothes belonging to an employe. After packing them in his grip he got a room at the old Johns hotel. About 11 o'clock he was arrested by Constable Tuttle, arid 'Squtfe Clarke was routed out to hear a plea of guilty which was quickly followed by a $25 fine or 30 days on the street. Hart Was put to chopping up old crossing lumber Monday by Marshal Horan, and wrote to some of the Swea City boys to help him out. Hart played second base tot the Algona boys in the game with Britt. Found. Spectacles which owner can have by proving property and paying for this notice. W. H. CONNER. Auction. The following property will be sold at the farm of C. L. Lund* deceased, one mile east of Algotui, on Tuesday, Aug. 25, beginning at 10 a. m. sharp, the following property, to-wit: Forty head of horses, 16 milch cows, 15 thorough-bred shorthorns, bull two years old, bull one year old, four bulls nine months old, 10 sows with pig, five farm wagons, two binders, gang plow, new Dent riding plow, throe stubble plows, breaking plow, four cultivators, two drags, Morgan spading harrow, pulverizer, Buckeye seeder, three bobsleds, spring wagon, two carts, feed cutter with three-horse tread power new, Brown corn planter, Standard planter, fanning mill, two corn cutters, two mowers seven foot, hay rake, four set double harness, household furniture. Free lunch at noon. Terms: All sums under $10, cash; all suras over that amount one year's time on approved paper at eight per cent, interest. W. L. JOSLYN, Adm. D>. A. Haggard, Auctioneer. HOME-SEEKERS' excursions, at one fare plus $2, will be made by the Northern Pacific Railroad Co. on Aug. 4 and 18v Sept. 1. 15, and 29; and Oct. 6 and 20. Ample time given for inspection of lands. Particulars furnished by Ding' ley, Cook & Co., solicitors at Algona, Iowa. Special G. A. R. excursions on Sept. 3, 4, and 5. . 20t5 Fares to encampment, and as far west as the Missouri river, about one cent a mile. _ ON account of sickness in my family desire to sell my interest in the Algona brick yard, cheap for cash or will exchange for good land. 18m6 JOHN OSTRUM. . ..tbe OM MOijw \ Algous Mojadav 1 up i°j»§ eraekjiaesj jn ih *'"'*—~ 111 — agent,, $M0 ftr&W*, LE&AL. "S^^/-*^^^-!^*,/ORIGINAL NOTICE. IN THE DISTRICT COURT OF THE STATE of Iowa, In and for Kossuth county, October term, A. D. 1890.—Frank H. Meeker, plaint iff, vs. Cora B. Meeker, defendant. To Cora B. Meeker: You are hereby notiflec that the petition of plaintiff in the above en titled cause is now on file in the office of the clerk of the district court of the state of Iowa in and for Kossuth county, claiming of you : divorce from the bonds of matrimony, and as grounds for said divorce plaintiff alleges thai on the 20th day of April, 1892, you, in viola Won of your marriage vows, and without any fault of plaintiff; willfully deserted this plaint iff, and that you have ever since absented yourself from him without any reasonable 01 just cause therefor. And that unless you ap pear thereto and defend before noon of the second day of the next term being the October term of the said court, which will commence at Algona on the Oth day of October, 1800, de fault will be entered against you and judg meut and decree rendered thereon as provided bylaw. Dated this 18th day of August, A. D. 1890. , S. S. SESSIONS, 22t4 Attorney for Plaintiff. The State University OP XO'W'.A... »^ai.E-•»•»»• i spGO,QOO* agah^mrEjaxr.BA;.. 33 Bepositsfeceived,nioiiey loaned, forelp and doiaestlc exchange bought aftd"«nirt ions made promptly, ftua a, general banking fmtfWsn transacted. Passltfe tiSSu.' i-om the bid countries «oid at lowest rat«». «~°»BO nonets ".. H. iNGttAM. JPfe.sitl^ut j i. 6. JO^ES, Vlfte Resident; LfiWte ft. sMlfH. i, Barnet THE SEVERAL DEPARTMENTS Will begin the year 1896-97 --«—— On September 16. For particular information as to the respect Ive departments address as follows; ' Collegiate—Charles A. Sohaeffer, president Iowa City. Law—Emlin McClain, chancellor, Iowa City Medical—B, W. Rockwood. M! D., secretary of faculty, Iowa City. Homoeopathic Medical—J, O. Gjlohrlst, M D., registrar of faculty, Iowa City. Dental—W, S. Hosford, D, D, S., secretary of the faculty, Iowa City, Pharmaceutical—E. L, Boerner, Ph. G., dean of faculty, Iowa City, Expenses in all departments are reasonable Cost of board in private families, $3 to $5 pe week; Jn clubs, $8 to 18,50 per week. For catalogues or lor general information address A. SCHAEFFBR, President, lei Tailor O, T. Dawson is ready for business in tlv old Fill building. Special attention * dyeiBg, yepftlrlng, and cleaning. O. T, DA-WSON, Doxsee & Foster, QET WATIB 9R NO FAY Kossuth County Stat© Bank, First National Bank of Algona, UAI'lTAfc ............................... *50,<)dC AJlbfcOSE /V. CALL ......... .....President I tVM. K. ffiR 0. M. HDTOH1NS .............. Vice President [ 0. D. SMITH L **<* to pal-ties furnishing first-class security. Algona State Bank, Director*— A. D. Clarke, President, C. C. Chutrb, Vice Prest, Thos. H. Lantryi Cashier, Geo. L. G-albrafth, Fred. M. Miller. Myron Schenck, Thos. F. Coofte. CASH CAPITAL, 850,000. General Banking. PRIVATE SAFEIf bEPOStl VA.VLT8, .on time deposits. a. IF-A/STS Six percent Interest on Time Deposits for money lefi three monthsor more. Money always on ftand to loan on first mortgages, seconds mortgages, and good collaterals. Notes bought. ALGONA, IOWA. The AlRona Deposit & Lean Assn. »m G-UARANTEE Call at offices for particulars. 8 Offlces-orer Algona State Bank' PER PENT, interest MINNESOTA We offer for sale .160 acres of rolling prairie land eight miles north of Minneota, In LyoB County, Minn., 120 acres suitable for cultivations, 40 acres of which is now cultivated., balance natural mead*>w. No buildings. Soil is dark, sandy toara, quality guaranteed. Will accept $11 PER ACRE; one-fourth cash, balance on time iC desired. First come first served. For further particulars write to BAYARD, DEUEL & GO,, Owners, 602 Pioneer Press, ST. PAUL,' MINN. [Successor to C. L. Lund,] DEALER IN Grain, Feed, Hard and Soft C At the Northwestern elevator. Orders for coal and feed 1 can be left at Walker Bros.' All goods delivered. Come and see me. The Fan Tan is A Clear Havana Cigar , For 5 Cents. The only clear Havana B-pent cigar in Algona. A, e. CHAMBERS, Factory No. 71, State st>. south of court bouse Restaurant ... Lunch, Counter, I» now |n Its new location.— the l>- M. P. Smttli buiWiug. Serves meals at regular hours and sjjort-ordf r |aea,ls at all feours? 5»f»l9S^8We*Btf9,npe tor PROFESSIONAL. "^^——s^^x^^x^-s^w-^- CLARKB & COHENOUR, ATTORNEYS AT LAW. Office over Plpsfc National bank, Algona, la. E. HI CLARKE, ATTORNEY AT LAW. Collection agenti. Opera House block. DANSCW&. BUTLER, LAW. MOANS. LAN!). Collections a- specialty. Office in Garane^Cowles' new building. S U LLI VAN *. M CM A HON, ATTORNE'TH'S AT LAW, Office in Hoxie-PerRusoni W jok. , E. V. S-WETTINO, ATT ON mm AT' LA w, Algona,,. Iowa. J. O. BAYMOND. EBNBST O. KAYMOND- RAYMONE)' <Ss RAYMOND, AT TORN, mars AT LAW, Algona,.. Iowa. FREDERICK; M. CURTISS, ATT OR WM-Y AT LAW. Office over Kossuth County State Banki. Alfeona, lowa. F. L. TRIiBON, M. D., Homeopathle. PHYSICIAN AND SURGEON. Office and residence? in the Boston Block. . (In fee taew block.) H. C. McCOY, M. D., PHYSICIAN AND SURGEON. Office at residence, McGregor street. PHYSICIAN AND SURGEON, Algpna, Iowa. E, S. OLASIER, D. D, S., SURGEON DENTIST. Office over the State Bank, Algona, Iowa. DENTIST, A. L. RIST, D. D. 8. Local anaesthetic foi deaden!' gums wlien extracting teeth, Dlk PRESTON, Eye, Ear, Nose and Throat ORwations performed. Diseases- twated. Spectacles fitted, be-at Algona Monday, Aug. 10. Sportsman's Bavana,flUer, Sumatra wrapper, }8 poslfeely the «*•?)* Best 5c Cigar (» the AJatana market today, Its large aad }n- creasing saJesjrQye tey 5CHU & WATERHOUSE. M. ?» t i Haggard 4 Peek,"

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