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A-WEEK
PLAIN DEALER.
'J FRIDAY, NOVEMBER 8, 1895.
W.R.&F.
J.
MEAD,
Publishers
W. R. MEAD, EDITOR.
•:f Official Paper of County.
Foreign Gold.
Mr. Cleveland and the rest of the
go'.d buggers tell us in every other
breath that the free coinage of silver
will surely drive all the gold out of
the country. Well, that would ho
pretty bad it would be very bad ir
view of the fact that gold is so scarce
already that Mr. Cleveland, only a few
weeks ago, gave Rothschilds
& Co.
a
bonus of about ten millions to get from
abroad some thirty-two millions of
gold.
Half of that sixty-four million sale
of bonds was to be paid'for with gold
from Europe. That was the boasted
stipulation of our Wall street presi
dent! Oh, we must not drive the gold
out of the country. If we should
authorize the coinage of silver we
might have to pay more than ten mil
lion dollars as a bonus to get
110
Cedar BapidB Gazette-
Since hides are on the free list there
is not so much profit as pleasure in
skinning the administration.
Every cclipse of the "silver moon"
is rated by Cleveland as another vic
tory for his financial vagaries.
For men who are said to know little
the free silverites force the other fel
lows to do a great deal of apologizing.
Gold speculators are willing to have
the gold dollar made lighter. They
would get a nice rake off on recoinage.
Gold men now say that the way to
test a dollar is to burn it. That is
also a good way to test wheat, corn,
house and promissory note.
Cleveland once said that federal of
fice holders were servants and not
masters of the people. Since he has
become better acquainted with himself
and his subordinates he concludes that
it is nicer to be masters, and hire
servants to do the work.
Queer Settlement-
The great Seiter bank failure in St.
Clair county seems to have reached
terms of settlement. ThS St. Louis
National Bank of Commerce is to be
paid $58,012.48 the St. Louis Nation
al Bank of the Republic is to be paid
$10,001,51 the LaClede National Na
tional Bank of St. Louis is to be paid
$10,822.22 the State Bank of St.
Louis, $15,586.86 the Lafayette Bank
of St. Louis, $10,377.77 the German
American bank of St. Louis, $2,019.33.
The remainder, if there shall be any,
says the agreement, shall be divided
among the hundreds of the private de
positors who had their small savings
in the bank. Why these banking in
stutions should be paid first seems a
little queer, but this is banking meth
ods, and the monopoly papers urge
people to put their money in banks!—
Progressive Farmer.
•Then I Am a Populist''
OtA-atJjurlingtoB-Ju iiHion, Missmri,
a few weeks ago, Col. W. H. Harvey
spoke to an immense crowd of people,
and a listener interrupting asked the
question: "What are your politics?''
to which Mr. Harvey replied:
'•If the republican party declares
anew the principles of Lincoln, I am a
republican. If the democrats declare
anew the principles of Jefferson, I am
a democrat but if both the old parties
declare in favor of Great Britain and
the gold standard financial policy,
then I am a populist."
These remarks were' greeted with
greater applause than any other part
of the entire speech.
Farmers, as sure as you are a foot
high and have the least bit of bone in
your spinal column swearing time has
come. Fifteen dollar mules, ten cent
oats and fifteen cent corn, with the as
surance of 100 cent taxes, ought to
settle the question. If your consci
ence forbids your swearing, go round
to the back side of the barn or the
granary and write 'er down in
great big, bold characters, but don't
do it if you are going to "vote 'er
straight" next time that would bo an
abomination in the sight of the Lord
and on the. last day the very barn
would appear in judgment against
you.
Kuskin, the noted author and writer
comes to the defense of Judas, on the
ground that remorse for what he had
done caused him to throw away the
money received, and to go straight
way and hang himself. Well, that is
an improvement upon the ordinary
Wall street shylock sure enough.
Their professed regard for labor, is as
false as the kiss of Judas, but they
lack the courage and manliness to ap
ply the remedy for their removal from
earth.
The goose-bone is nearly all white
this year, and the result will be that
snow will lie on the ground from early
in December until late in April. A
long, cold winter, tilled with bluster
ing storms ahead. There are other
signs that conlirra this. Corn husks
are unusually thick and woodchucks
and chipmonks are already fat enough
to kill. Coal is also advancing and
cord wood is unusually scarce N. D.
Sittings.
If the
silver
in the
silACr dollar
TAX SALE.
State of Iowa, Howard County.
Office of County Treasurer.
Notice is hereby given that on the first
Monday in December, A.D. 1895, at the oflico
of the Treasurer of said county, all lands,
town lots or other real property on which
taxes remain due and unpaid any year or
years prior to 1894 will be offered a't public
sale for the total amount of taxes, interest
and costs due and unpaid thereon. Said
sale to commence at ten o'clock a. 111. of
said day and continue from day to «lay until
all of such real property shall lie sold.
The following list contains a description
of the several parcels of real property to be
sold for the delinquent taxes of 1894, and
such other property that lias not been ad
vertised for the taxes of previous years, or
on which taxes remain due.
LKVI H. SISCO, County Treasurer.
Dated C'l csco. Iowa, Nov. 6, 1895.
ALHIOX—T. 100—R. 11.
Blk or Int. and
Description Sec. Tax. Cost
18
»9
Name
Trave Hughes lot 3 nw
John I-'ruland c}.. lie & iiw ne
John l-'ruland 1893 ejrf ne&
nw ne 19 26 78 5 82
I£ Champlin wi7j,a naoa
nw ne
15 Champlin 1893 wi7%a
1120a nw ne
Iiliza A Cole and Win
I 93
17 31
a 91
12 2 80
ArnoldnJ^ ne
Catherine Smith w8a s}4 swsw 22
Cemet) se 22
Woygandt 05a wioa }4 se 30
more
than thirty-two millions from En
gland.—Civic Review. 5
I'erry 05a w.'-j w)£ se 30
Lewis and Clara i'hillips lie 31 23 30
Village of l-'lorenceville.
Unknown blks 6 and 7 22
Henry l'hippen 16 .. 52
KOKEST CITY—T. loo—R. 12.
Lewis lot 8 it 9 11)4 nw 12
Halverson all west of river
n}4 sw 15
Halverson lot 3SW sw 15
Halverson s). se 16
L)W Haven sw sw 17
Norman Haven se 18
Hugh Jones Kxc 8a sw^ 19
13 28
6 84
16 12
7 31
09
IS 04
33 9
3 54
15 71
12 68
14 00
a 77
23 83
2 09
64
33 55
1 62
3 »7
Morris sw nw & nJ.j sw 21
Halverson lot 1 ne ne 21
Tlios Gates of ne nw 33
Thomas \v8 of eao
lot 6 se 29 05
CHESTJiR—T. 100—R. 13.
Elias and-Mary McKee ne 8
16 56
17 46
6 43
6 61
4 62
Yan Dusen nw 8
David Wolf lot 1 8
Katon lot 1 and 2 sc 8
Elizabeth Jened lot 5 se 8
I Eaton lots 1.2,and Plat
of liatonville se 8
Fred Baldwin nw 10
Sarah Hasting lots 1 and 2
95
12 25
6 97
35
16 45
4 01
6 43
42 63
28 08
10 59
69
Noonan lots 31 and 41 on 16
JasF Wilson lots 43,46 £48 16
'Lucian E Eaton sc ne 17
Wells A Eaton se mv 17
S O Starkson nj^ 19
S Easton ne 22
Hugh Jones cl4 se 24
S Remvick 5%a sw ne 25
American Loan & Trust Co
sw it sw sw 30
John Freschknecht w}nw 31
Bratrud el} ft of 96
ft lot 11 2
Cassuis Nichols 1124 ft 11
and 12 2
l-'ied Baldwin lot 36 4
Fred Lawson lots 17,18,19 5
Clias Conklin w8 & 9 ft 6
'I'C Bratrud eior of W26'^ 6
Janette Alloway W175U
eji s}4 7 1 5=
Clias Conklin w8r&9ft 177
Fred Baldwin ciorw26£ 11 1 26
2 32
John Weigandt nw
Julius Doolittie 100a ne
O'C unnor c)i sw
li Rose of rd nJ/.j ne
is
worth only about 50 cents, what makes
the coined silver dollar worth 100
cents?
If the paper in the greenback note
is worth only about the hundredth
part of a mill, what makes tho note
worth the sum named on its fuccV
Respectfully addressed to those who
say money cannot be made by law.
i-. The republican who honestly be
lieves his party will free the country
from the evils of the English financial
system has faith that would remove
mountains, bnt it will not remove his
party from its slavery to the British
financial system for the United States
of which it is the author.
Alpha Wentworth s}^ lot 9
and
s'
1 38
28
6 66
29
39
2 30
I 3°
81
1 65
1 76
21
55
a 35
1 42
1 61
34
1 65
55
2 25
38
26
3 22
34
48
lot 1 nw nw 22
wjj nw 25
nw 31
e3i se 31
Halverson
Albert Smith
Alex Hawley
I Wells
li I Wells 1893
eH
se
31
i'1a sw 35
s)a sw 35
RJones
W S Jones
W Haven \vioa 25a nwnw 20
Thomas Hains s'-j.sw 20
A Klithorpe lot 9 se 20
I-' Clark lot 10 se 20
Village of Lime Springs.
Reed & Heath 1Cxc.w20 ft of
e)^ of lots 16 and 17 16 no 88 10 18
Moulton W2oft of c}..
lots 16 and 17 16 91 28
Drake lots 1,3,4,5,8,9,11.
and 12 19 4 00 56
Paul Bros sjjlots 3 all 6,11.16 22 138 32
Kill inn Lake lots 8 and 9 23 1 19 31
Madison Merrett lots 5 and 8 29 48 24
Lime Springs Station.
E Marlow
Brown
I 2 5 55 /o
41 24
WP Miller
las McLean lot 1
Frank and Woods nji
lots 7 exc. S25U of nj
W Brown lots 1,2,3,4 &
Cedar Valley Seminary lots"
11 to 20 inc
10 39
11 kvans lot 1 30
Evans 1893 lot 1 30
Richard Wentworth lots 3.4 31
liva Loguc nj lots 1,2 and 3 33
A N Wentworth 11} 13.14,
15 and 16 35
Isabel Olson lots 6 and 7 36
David Baidner 11 1-3 lots 9
10 and 11 36
Mary Reynolds 1-3 lots 14,
15 and 16 36
Mary Reynolds si-3" lots 14,
Alice Gallup
le'JS
22
35
63
IrtW
8 1 23 3i
4 2 06 38
19 I 09 29
20 6 37 77
20 8 02 92
28 1 85 37
Springs.
Carey's add. to Liinc
Frank Woods ejo lot 4
S Olson lots 2i and 22
W Owens lot 7
S Olson lots 2,3,5,7,12,14 1
1 41 24
3 64 26
4 2 06 38
5 1 55 34
McGregor's add. to Lime Springs.
Wm Stork 012 of eao lot
6 se 29 05
Hunter lot 11 se nw £0-99-11
It Wentworth lot 12 se nw 20 99
11
Mary Evans 100 ft 79 ft lot 3
n% sw nw 20-r99-ll
Evans 150 ft 79 ft 3 mid
174 0-2.) ft ot 251 O-.O ft 3
nj^sw nw 20 9.1-11
18SI3
Peter Ferrle lot 0 sw nw and
s]4 mv 26-119-11
1893
Royal Wentworth la In nw cor
a% se nw
N A Mastine lot 6 ue ne 27-99-11
7 49 87
15 2 27 40
17 41 24
17 4i 24
17 82 28
19 74 27
19 I 36 32
Hall lots 16,17,18,19,20,21
Win W Thomas lots 1 and 2
Paul Thomas lot 4
I„ Woodcock IotS3 and 5
A Kellogg lots 1, 2 and 3
Martin McGuire lots 4.5,6.7
Mrs 1' Marsh 4 5 lots wjo
17 all 18, 19. 20, 21
Randall Olmstead lots 6.7,
14 and 15
A Holley lots 16,17,18,19,20
E A Whitniarsh lots 1 & 3
A Salmon se 24
Lathrop no 27
Keilman & Gulock sw and
A
29
1912
192
k/x
sw 10
130
35
E A Barrett lots 3,4,6e)T sw 10
A Meredith lots 1 and 12
n\4 se 10
Ella li Smith lots 1,3 s}£ se 10
W111 Bent njj sw 12
TWBurdick se se 15
32
4
4 9°
311
I 30
83
I
22
1 68
56
78
4 °4
2 72
I 1
26
20 14
10 19
2 oi
ii
Village of Chester.
41
1 54
1 86
48
183
131
34
37
24
37
32
W20 a w'.j' se
13 16 32
Martin Selsby e)£ lie 18 11 88
EHie Atwood sc 18 11 88
Albert Miles nc 19 1204
A Stetson nw 19 19 57
Nichols se 29 1077
Jones sw ne 30 5 16
Hannah Nichols nw 32 2347
Minnie liehiinsn^ne& swnc 34 16 07
Ciirystins Schcnipp se no 34 5 16
Tlios QStcl well n)^sw&
se sw 35 11 91
Roswell Carter nw 36 21 80
1 27
2 17
VKRNON STRINGS—T. 99—R. 11.
28 53
24 17
16 98
12
E Rose lots 2.3,and 4
vacated plat Vernon Sp'gs
Marietta lipps lot 19 vaca
ted plat Vernon Springs
John Coyle v} ne
jolin Coyle 1893 ne
John Coyle 60a w}. se
John Coyle 1893 w6oa \v)i se
2 77
2 38
1 73
21
6 25 76
1 73
17 88
17 88
10 30
14 87
81
I" I-opg lot 2 sw
Robt Thomson lots and 6
n'i sw and se sw
36
I 81
3 95
5° 31
10 64
9 68 I 07
4 83 64
21 80 4 77
8 71 99
3 «7 55
4 84 64
2 9O 46
IS and 16 36
Thomas Murray lots 7 and 8 nr
Frank Clntpman lots 16 and lii 37
Tliomas Murray lots 1 and 3 as
Frank chapman lots 7 a 9 to 11
and 12 38
Beadle and Strong's add to Creaco.
Mary E Klines 11% lots 12 3 0
Alauetia A Webster lif lots
1234 6
Mason lot 1 !i
W Mead hf lif lot 5 all ti 7 10
Adalinu Thurber hf lots 9
10 and 11 12
14 52
1 3,-)
1 35
1 3'J
A Barke lot 13 lii
Aug Beuille lot 14 l(i
ISM lot It 10
II II J[
Beadle's Add to Cresco.
Abbie I.lnvllle
Auk Beadle
Benj Jtussell
W A Russell
BR Evans
13 18
84
30 86
81
81
Easier lot 8 7
Baldwin's add to Creseo.
C'ouglilln lots 12 1
26
6 47
28
11 «t
0 OS
14 52
21
8 72
to
31
32
31
36
Mary Reynolds
Harriet Blerce
1 55
Miller lot 6
IS Wvgaiidt 6'7 lot 3
Minnie Hamilton lots 6 & 7
Alma Mill s% lots 6,7 Ac 8
1'ihcld lot 9
2 91
33
59
8 70
5 81
8 27
I' ificld. 1893 lot 9
I) and Mead w\4 n)!
e4*s s\-£ lot 6
Albert Kromm 9 and
s!. 10
Kred Salisbury wj£ is 15 all
16 and 17
Koval Wentworth 1891 lot 10
Augusta Nasi lot 9
A N Wentworth s% lots 11.
12 and 13
1-led Christ lots 9 and 10
John Mclliigh 3-5 wt2ft 6
and c8 ft
John Gibson und 1-3 e}£
lot 5
Alpha Wentworth 111-3 lot 9
Henry trust lot 1 &.w'. 2
Patrick Connolly u}4 lot 4
Luanda GuyettewJi lots 11
all 12 and 13
'7 5 81
'7 5 32
'3
19 7 74
20 8 72
93
1 16
30
5'
3 48
•3 55
17 43
2y 8 72
15 77
12 Mi
13 13
14 3S
10 01
Minnie E Lucas n8Sa ne
A McClaskey lif se
Band Mary Coughliu hf se
Mary
149
157
78
79
62
Allen «i lotf. wj^sw 30
CWilks 1 a in sw cor lot 7 nw 31
34
36

OAK DALE—T. 100—R. 14.
Jas Nichols s}-2' sw 8 12 40
Tlios and Jacob Jacobson ne 12 2255
Hale Prentice n)£ nw 12 8 65
Ida IS Laws lot 1 ne se 12 24
Norman Partch c)i sw and
1 67
1 27
1 27
1 96
1 17
66
2 31
I 64
66
1 02
1 70
1 44
1 49
1 10
1 23
1 1"
118
1 2S
2 43
1 15
1 33
2 64
85
51
2i
34
2 Oil
2 10
1 17
1 15
1 92
2 43
1 19
21
Miller hf se 3-i
SARATOGA—T. 99. K. 13.
Ellen Shea
Wm Shea
John Farnsworth
S A Convene
Ayers and Spaulding
Thomas II Jones
1) W liaven
hf
hf sw
ne se
11 40
10 70
ft 35
12 ('3
81 74
10 55
23 07
20 02
7 21
3 4li
51
2
5
5
8
8
nv hf se
ne
hfse
86
ne
12
13
18
18
20
20
Mary E Watson 55 a 6 hf se
Susan Watson eSas hf se
John Blackburn iil4 lot 1 e'A ne
l'.(93
Jas Smith sw
Ellen Armstrong se
John Farnswortli hf sw
Eugene Damon hf s«
Kakac Bros lots 1 2 nw ne
11 Jones nw
64
49
V*
£0 95
21 12
10 70
10 57
111 18
24 71
10 98
40
28
28
211
32
34
35
Ui liardson Bros hf ne
W Babcock 2Va on sw
VILLAGE OB1 8ARATOGA.
A Lockie lot 7 1 1 01
Jesse Miles lols8'J 1 22
Sylvester Payne lot 12 1 to
Jas II E«ston. cH so 1 11 89
Township 97, Range 13.
Hugh Reed se 12
John Bokuin ne no and ex
sc nc 13
Lunbi'Ick & W W Jack sw 14
Mtiry MoCnrville 81a nw 15
Thomas Bucliholz 70n nw 15
8 73 99
94 37
Wm Smith ,r ne and ex se 4
Alexander Lackey wH w% nc 8
Plilllp Andcm nw lis
Wm «.Tamos Smith nw 14
.T Sullivan sw 15
!'J wjf nw 22
Brlnkmnu wJi se aud
elS sw 25
Aug Beadle 011 sw sw sc 5a 28
Win Vollbuclit sa in ne cor
3 00 84
a «7 63
4 h3 c:
2 at 41
1 *7) :)7
2 90
8 39
7
7 2U
05
W
85
2 41
82
Beadle's add to Crcsco.
Kate E Cantield lots 11 12 1
Mary Evans lots 101112 13 8
3
Asa Betts uli lots 14 15 10 3
99
28
b7
3 !"8
5
Berg's Add to Cresco.
Mary S Kunes lots 12 3 3
Cadtina Henry 95-1UU lpts 4 5
1 17
1 Gtt
1 :vi
12 58
8 2S
a 7!
2 79
1 10
1 ("8
2 02
Johnson lots 8 and 9 30
O 1893 lot 8 SB
James llutton lot 11 3ii
Mary A Shields lot 13 37
rotter's Dlv. or Eltna.
42
42
42
42
4*2
42
SO
li Potter lot. 3
Julia A Hern lot 4
W Brown lot 15
35

lots 12 3
lots'.) 10
1 3:1
1 93
45
78
3"
29
41
lots 15 16
Phyletu Chryst
1S93
Lizzie Dunn lot 7
IUBers M-100 lot 3
Cole lotsl.j
Mary Powers hf lots 2 4, all
3 blk lion nw sw 23
McHugli's Dlv of Ulk 9
Barber lot (i
EGillctt 71-75 se 23-90-11
Mar)' Trumbull lot '.1 on lot
8 wl£ se 23-9'J-n
18'.I3
Geo Kunes lot 15 v/'A se 23-99-11
Alice Gallup lot I n'A se nw
20 U'.l-ll
1893
David Easier lot 2 n}4 se nw 21
!».»-11
45
Potter lot 19
E E Pottor lot 20
Herman Kramer lots 20. 27
Ayres Lenantler
lot 28 42
Sarah Murphy lot 29 42
Potter lots 1,2. and SO 43
E E Potter,lots 15 and 10 45
Potter lot 7 46
Julia A Hodgln lots 40
2 97 45
1
33
Potter lots 13 and 14 47
Clara Perkins lot 24 47
4 3:2
3 .:s
7 74
90
07
9u
97
1 01
fl7
74
8 71
1 6J5
1 G8
ft 78
34
7 ?4
0 39
Mary Williams lif sw 2 17 20
E Ferguson and E l'aul
nw sw 2 7 29
Lawrence Shields sw
John McCook and E McCook
und nw
3a
2J
JAMESTOWN—T. Ml, R. 14.
Aug Beadle nw sw 3
Clias Uutolph 98-100 se sw 3
Ole Hendricks shfsw 5
Daniel Aurlnger c]4 lot 7 wj nw 17
\V Henlng nc sw 18
Jas Pratt s5& n} lot 1 nw sw 18
Clias W Henlng- lotsnwsw 13
Judah Bartlett lottnwsw 18
Clias Bowers lot5nwsw 18
Jas Johnson lot 7 nw sw 18
Nancy E Hudm&n ne and
kY, niv 19
73
f, 83
90
82
13 07
55
7 39
1 117
71
9:1
96
1 34
41 76
1 hi
3 ti
2 33
21
27
29
2'J
3
3 96
61
Village of lticeville.
Mis E McCook
A.
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IT
2.)
17
w4
Mrs Huby A Hendricks
1893
Anna Cutting 6
1
NEW OREGON—T. 98, It. II
Moon loU 12 ue
1603
Robt Thomson lot 3 nc
John Coyle lots 1 2 3 mv
1803
3 08
2 8:?
1
7 sa
88
11
°2
47
78
8*
44
W Bnrdick lot 111 hf «w
Peter ••ink lot 17 tie 'J
N Cusblu? lot 14 nc 2
Tliomas Moen lot 13 hf nw 2
Neia lJirson lot 8 wj nw
1
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17
74
28
24
sl
Unknown lotUlwjnw 2
A Burkclt lot«"» hf nw 2
W Gagcr on ne cor lot 4 a sw 2
AM Kucker la se cor lot IB 8w 2
Vnknown ballot IG 2
8 A Converse lots 15 10 t*e 2
Moen lot 10 sc 3
Bullis ej lot 19 so 3
S Perry n]A 15u nw nw 3
Band Mary Coughfin nw
A Wheeler lot 3 eX ue 11
Jos Glass ne se 11
l' and A Murtha nw sw 12
John Ernst iHC&cl-iOase 11
Thomas Weakland ej nw 10
3,'
36 II 40 I 23
Corporation of Cresco.
Mrs A Little lot 3
Riley W Johnson njS,f lot 4,
5 6, 7, and 8
Mary Mullen lot 12
W111 l-'itzRCiald 40 ft lots
4. 5, 6 and 7
2 9 68 1 06
clA
'11
1 41
25 VI
73
9 IU
8 3
7 44
12 2o
2 52
1 05
9
8'
30
NEW OREGON—T. 98-K.
11.
Wm uber b1/9 nw 17
Aug Beadle 8X nw 18
Moon
14 42
12 Ott
1 50
1 28
bw
and
wtf sw 23
Moon ei sw and
5
wX
bw—1893
15 30 1 58
23
16 14 3 58
Township 97, Rnoge 11.
Thomas Chyle w)$ se
Bouska lot 7 ne sw 13
Goo v&chta lot 3, 4 se sw 13
US Gilbert nw ne 18
10 o:»
05
1 39
5 52
1 10
20
32
70
PARIS—T. 08—K. 12.
& Mary Couehlln nj nc 1
lioulse A McClaskey ne 3
Stephen Peooy ne 10
a
10 21
23 20
18 30
20 12
19 30
20 82
29 50
20 07
9 05
2 82
18 52
18 17
1 12
2
1 85
2 55
1 94
2 08
0 39
2 (H
1 09
40
8'
1 83
sw
nw 24
1893 24
BW 29
wjtf se 29
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sw 33
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Michael Flaherty
John Flaherty
Bridget Bally
Job Purcell
Mary K&lusser
Township 97, Kange 12.
Carrie Knntson sX se 3
Ole Taliff 3a of 25a ex se ne 12
'93" 12
Carrie Johnson Tlgln nw sw 1U
Geo Uugliet) s% sw 10
Alice Noonan ne nw 17
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James llutton sw ne and se
nw and nw se 10 20 90
Margaret Forester nw sw 10 33
John Young nw nw 13 0 49
Margaret Yeung ejf ne 14 83
John Enright 13a sw se 14 1 15
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Michael Forester w)^ nw 15 12 94
Clias W Wood wM frw 18 10 68
Margaret Connery no and
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WAFisk lots 123 4 5
Seth Pearson lots 1112 13
Abbie Walker lots 14 15 111 17
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Barney Boyd lots 1 2 3
O 1* I'osey and Doollttle
each und hf 05-10 lot 7 24
Hans Hansen lot 7 -li
1893 lot 17 26
Catherine Ahcru lots 6 7 37
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A A. Carter lots 11,12,13,14,
15,10,17. 18,19, 20, blk II 6 42
InterState Investment Co.
lots 21 and 22 10 85
InterState Investment Co,
lots 4,5, and t! 11 5 70
Frank A Slarek 98-100 lot. 7 11 19 9J
InterState Investment Co,
lots 12.13.14, and 10 11 4 62
InterState Investment Co.
lot 3 12
Fred Wellman lot8 and oX 9 10
Amelia Harris lot 15 18
Geo II Purcell lots 6. 7, and 8 19
Anton Kelunan lot 12 19
1893 lot 12 19
Carrie & J. Shrieve s^lota 20
Mary E Andrews 48 rt lot 0 20
Rose Hlley lots 0,7,8 9, ,20
Lizzie Conway lots
13 and 14 21
Elizabeth Snavely lot 11 28
James Mutton lot 11 29
Francis Frank lots 15 nnd 20
Llll Ayreslot 17 29
Klmu 11014*1 (30. lots 1 and 2 30
Vltline Koburg lots 7 ana 33
Mary Ann Cuslck lots n, 10, 33
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John W. Harris wX lot 2 all 3
4 and 5
r.on Madden lot 12 E
Geo A Chambers lot 1
Alt: Ilia Harris lot 3 11 0 85
\V The l.nan lots 0 and 7 II 12 84
A llabcock lot 16 8 50
John Craft lut 8 ne 1
Kate A Hayden lot 9 njtf no 12
W Kngliih lot 1211H nc 12
Minnie E Ilelnmlllcr lots 10,
11, 18,19 nc 12
Minnie E Ilelnmlllcr 1893 lots
16,17,18,19 n) ne 12
Isaac Merenes? sx nX nX
nc sc 12
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61
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3 23 39 2 30
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W Haven wlifsw 7
S Foote e]4 sw aud n%sw 8
Smith Bullis S£ nw 8
Stephen Foote hf nw 17
Merrill Foote sw# nsw 17
Wm Huckins nV£ se and lots 2 3
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1 39
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1 19
41
21 99
25
24 9i
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2 45
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4 93 05
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4 50
85 28
6 42 7S
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2 21 40
a 2J 49
4 23 08
82
1 36
97
Fallgatter's Addition to Elma.
Otto Madden lot 7 6 3 87
Township 97, Range 14,
99
55
15 99
1 08
51
1 01
25
12 05
1 28
1 83
1 42
33
SUITS!PANTS!
A Good, All Wool Suit made to 'your
order for $15.
Above all, let me impress upon yonr mind, although you
should wait six weeks for a suit to be made to or
der, I will guarantee you will not need
to purchase another suit before
six weeks rolls by.
A Good, Ali Wool, heavy-weight Pants
made to order for $4.
Overcoats from $15 up.
Get your order in at once, so as to get them at an early date
SIEMER,
Dress Goods:
»w
I The Greatest Magazine of America.
The Arena with the November num
ber completes the sixth year of its
I S5 Publication. From the beginning it
1 was eminently successful, bccause it
boldly and ably entered the unoccu
pied field of advanced and radical
thought in the United States a field
which all other magazines have left to
its exclusive use. It is and alwnys
has been the bitter foe of corruption,
special privileges and wrong, anil tho
bold, able and fearless advocate of the
rights of tho poor, weak and oppressed.
Its columns every month abound in
the best thought that the country af
fords, and the list of its contributors
shows an array of talent without an
equal in any magazine of the conti
nent. With the first number of the
new volume commencing with Decem
ber its price will be reduced from $5
to $3 per year, but its superior stand
ard of excellence will be maintained.
It is published by tho Arena Publish
ing Company, Boston, Mass. It is,
beside being the ablest, the largest
magazine in America. Men who are
capable of thinking and acting for
themselves, should take pride in be
ing a patron and a reader of this
superb magazine.
Charged with it Tlicft uf
UIhiikhkIh.
New York, Oct. 20.—Chillies M. Coni
BtocU, C'iilifoniiiin snitl to be verv
74 highly connected, wnsarrested Monday
at the Hotel Albert, r.t the request of \V.
.1. Hartnett, a San I'liincirn'o lawyer,
who accuses liiin of stealing $«,5i)u
worth of diuinoiuls from Mrs. Caroline
Col ton Martin, of thut city, two mouths
11
co.
Unused Him elf.
nillstlule, Mich., Nov. U.—Jnnies S.
3"ck was found linnging by the neclj
in a burn Friday morning. Kek was
worth several hundred thousand dol
lars until three years ngo, when he
failed utterly in Toledo, where lie con•
trolled large interests, including 11
spice co
111 jinny and lumber lirms.
Despondency caused him to take his
life.
Surf Women 9I«ke Bricks.
Passengers on tho railroads were
surprised by seeing two girls working
iu the Cuuiminsvillc brickyard near
Cincinnati, O. The girls were piling
up brick preparatory to burning it. It
is evident that the new woman is gefr
ting ready to fill any vocation in life.
Hiccoughs Caused Ills Death.
Benjamin Eeed (colored), head wait
er at Newell's hotel, Pittsburgh, Pa.,
hiccoughed himself to death the other
morning. He had hiccoughed inces
santly for five days and nothing would
check the attack. lie was 33 years old
and married.
OVERCOATS
AND
At the Lowest Priccs ever heard of in Howard county.
Why buy a Ready-made Suitwheu you can get one
made to order that fits for the same money that
you would pay for a "hand-me down.
THE TAILOR.
LIME SPRIMUS, IOWA
Commencing MONDAY, NOV: 4,
we will make Special Prices on Dress Goods
and Silks.
Remnants will be sold below cost.
Sale to last one week.
P. Connolly
$30 Harness $30
No advance in our prices. Everybody goes to
A. G. McCulloch's
LIME SPRINGS,
for harness. We cannot tell how long this low price will last. Orders
keep pili"K up at this, the lowest price iu the conntv for
Ho. 1 harness.
Look out for our large invoice of Blankets
any body's.
the Square
and Robes cheaper than
Harness Dealer
S^MWgP^|P|PIPiPPS^||!»^JS^lS'!&sW
ITS
Dr.
I
t.
W BSTTLEAX PUJQ
HASJUMPED INTO PUBLIC FAVOR ON
ACCOUNT OF ITS SIZE AND QUAIMIB
A GREAT BIG PIECE
OF HIGH GRADE TOBACCO FOR
10 CENTS
Smith nnd the Physicians and Surgeons of the CoDSultiifc an!
Examining Staff of This, the Largest and Best Equipped Wed
seal and Surgical Instit ut sin the We't, by Kequeirt of
Many Friends and Patients,Have Decided to
Visit Cresco on
MONDAY. NOV. 11, AT THE STROTHEK HOUSis,
Retarning Every Month During the Year 1895.
ONE DAY EVERY MONTH
Consultation and Examination Free and strictly confidental in the private parlors 9
As our time is linuied, patients should call earlv as our parlors are always crowdci-fl
Chicago Metropolitan Sanitarium,
5484 Cornell Ave., Chicago, 111.
Incor
K,2^K,Y
'''•h? n.and
CANCER
8
pr°mptly a"d
DISEASES
WffS/0£*AHC£
BETTER
i»vuut/osrore
/ojc/MSUAVlUZ
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IN THE LEAD!®
ONLY,
j*
The largest Medical and Surgical Institute in the West!
for tbe treatment of
*T,T,
CHRONIC DISEASES, SURGICAL OPERATIONS, DEFORMITIES 1ND DISEASES OF TOE EYE
Conducted by a Faculty ot Competent, Skillful and Experience
Physicians and Surgeons, Careful! Selected from the Best
Medical Talent of American and European Specialists.
5 and chartered under the Jaws of the State of Illinois havin*
o?Tnftnnr^PhnJ Special attention given to the treatment
a a a on a a
private diseases, etc. All operations in
formed at patients'
•n«i difficult menstruation, bearing-down sensation. Pain in bac2
5?r^laTinnc ft V"6
0
th® womb«leucoirhoBa,
ulcerations, sterility, and all diseases of women treated according to the latest methods.
^„flE^l!.ATORY..0,tG^s-?lsea,s?8°i
t,ielu«e3.
modern surgery per-
home or at the Sanitarium in Chicago.
inflammation of tho uterus and ovaries^
throat, and air passages, Bronchitis, Asthma
Fever, Consumption, Catarrh and its Complications, as Catarrhal Deafness, Nasal Polypus et
O U.YB£-AHD
^"KASKS.—Dyspepsia, Dropsy, Chronic Diarrhasa-, Habitual ConstiDatltT
Bright Disease, Diabetes, Gravel, and all diseases or the Liver and Kidneys. From years o/exuerV^
fence our treatment of these troubles has been reduccd to a science, and any one placing themselves\
perfectTeafth™
recelvc such
lreatment
cf 0
ing with tho patient ordinary duties, and practically painless. Satisfaction guaranteed.
as will speedily removo the cause, and restore them to
Kectitm cured without the use of knife or ligature, rarely intcrfer.
cured without inin or use of knife, by our ownmethod. «.
ali «^i8BASB8'
Epilcpsy'Convulsions,
Fits, Paralysis, Neurasthenia, St. Vitus' Dance, and
Pr„m Ze ir "cri °"s system treated accordinfi to the latest advancement in medical science.
yea
°.f Poetical experience and by means of newlydiscovered remedies, our Phvsicibns an
able to cure these diseases after others fail. ruysicians aij^
upon trusses
Permanentlycured by our specialist without an operation ordependence|
OF MKN.—Nervous debility, sleeplessness, despondency,'confusion of ideas, eloomii
U€ss, loss of vital power, niRht emissions, loss of manhood, impoverished blood, low vitalitr adC
ermanentl ^ured''8 abuses and indiscretions of youth and manhood privately, safely and
YOUNG
MEN who have become the victims of solitary vices, and those contemplatinc marrlaeA
who are a^'are of physical defects or weakness, would 10 well to call on us.
A friendly call may save you future suffering and add golden years to life,
FREE CONSULTATION AND EXAMINATION.
Remember it costs you no money to get these Eminent and Reliable Specialists*
your case. It may save your life, or if incurable, it will save you money toVnow it.
As there arc but few invalids that ha*'o the means and still a less number that have the streneth
1
and energy to make 1-jng journeys to consult eminent specialists, Dr. Smith and staff will visit vour 1
city one day every month, thus giving the great mass of suffering humanity the advantage to see and
consult a faculty of eminent specialists of the highest medical standard free of charge. Those who
nave been sufferers for years and have received no relief from the ordinary methods of tre
ment, or those who have been neglected or unskillfully treated, are especially invited to
Delays are dangerous. Persons treated by mail or express, but where possible personal conttk
ation is preferred. No experiments or failures. We undertake no incurable cases but curethoii*
sands given up by others. Consultation in person or by seo.
CHICAGO METROPOLITAN SANITARIUM
5484 CORNELL AVENUE. CHICA6^
omy quick and thorough cooking. Ask for it. Sold by
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