The Algona Republican from Algona, Iowa on February 4, 1891 · Page 4
Get access to this page with a Free Trial

The Algona Republican from Algona, Iowa · Page 4

Algona, Iowa
Issue Date:
Wednesday, February 4, 1891
Page 4
Start Free Trial

4KRIYAL and BE«UKE of MS, jUptttl CHICAGO. MILWAUKEE AND ST. PAUL, No. No. No. No. No. OOTKO WK8T. l passenser. 3 passenger 3 passeng !) freight 13 way freight. . 0 :02 a m . 4 :;>- p m . 7 :ir> a m n -.45 am . 8 ;17 p m No. 2 passenger.. No. 4 passenger.. No. in way freight No. 14 freight, , No. 8 freight ........................ 10 : 12 :5 a. m P Chicago & Northwestern K'y. GOING NORTH AND WEST. Freight accommodation n :55 a m Chicago Mail and Express 4 :()» p m (tOIHO SOUTH AND KAST. Freight accommodation ' :3» P '« Chicago Mail and Express 12 :!>0 p in Chicago passenger readies Dos Moines at 7 p. in., Chicago 0 :50 a, m., and 9 :3n a, in. Tickets for sale Jnited Status and Canada, Kansas City to all points In the ALGONA, IOWA, FEB. 4,1891. KOSSUTHCOJVIARKETS. Mai-ket reports from every town in the county puhllshed regularly each week, Reports from Wesley and Luverne are made Tuesday eveniiiK Kepofts from Whltteinore, Bancroft, Hurt and Algona made Wednesday morning. To Correspondents: Be careful to quote the prices actually paid the day the report is made. AtGONA. $ .37 Corn for the benefit of the Readin ? room on Feb. 10th, at the Congregational chnrch. A very pleasant party w s held at the residence of Captian In ^luim last Friday afternoon. About were present. Oapt. L. M. 13. Smith has ters at work repairing tts building damaged by fire was about $40(). last week Oata . Eggs 17 Cattle.$2.00 (ft $4.00 Wheat 75 Flax 1.10 $ .35 Butter 16 Hogs 3.15 Barley 45 Timothy. 1.00 Congressman Dolliver lias lately recommended Chris Krouskup 75 guests he carpen- His loss a one leg- tmaster at 11UKT. PROFESSIONAL & BUSINESS DIRECTORY. W. C. DANSON. B. J. DANSON. DANSON BEOS., A TTOKNKYS AT LAW, Algona, Iowa, Over Comstock's. Oats... Eggs.. Cattle. Flax .. Hay .. $ .35 18 ,.1.50(S)4.00 ; 1.05 2.50 Corn $ .35 Butter 16 Hogs 3.00 S3arlcy 48 «A5tCIlOT?T. $ .35 Corn .15 omco GEO. E. CLARKE, A TTOKNEY. Olllce over the First National Bank, Algona, Iowa. B. F. REED, A TTORNEY- AT-LAW, Algona, Iowa, nee in thu Galbraith block, Oats Eggs Cattle$l.GO @ $4.00 Wheat 70 Flax " 1.00 $ .35 Butter 18 Hogs 3.00 Barley 48 Hay 2.50 Of- JAS. BARR, M. D., PHYSICIAN and BTTBGBOK^ L. K. GARFIELD, M. D, P HYSICIAN and SUKGEON. Office next door to Ford's Warehouse, Algona, Iowa. W. K. II. JtOllSK. J. M. I'RIDE. MORSE & PRIDE. ALGONA, IOWA. DR. L A, SHEETZ, Druggist & Stationer. Prescriptions tilled. Deals lu paints, oils, books, perfumeries, etc. Corner of State and Thorington streets Aleona.Iowa. Oats .......... $ .37 ERRS ........... 18 Cattle. . . .$3 @ 4.00 Wheat ......... 75 Flax .......... 1.00 Corn shelled..! .37 Butter ........ 1C Hogs. .$2.80 @ 3.15 Barley ........ 50 Timothy ..... 1.00 .......... Hay, baled, choice ................. 5.50 - *-<«»-« LOCAL NEWS AND NOTES. E. E. Sayers, 3D. V. M., Veterinary Physician i Surgeon ^-Office west oE the TlioriiiBton House, Algona.Iowa. HOSPITAL Accommodations. For Information in regard to lands in Northwestern Iowa, write to t!ie Real Estatetnd Abstract Office of GEO. C. CALL, ALGONA. — IOWA. ATIX CLARKE & CO. Lu Verne in to have another lumber yard. Last Sunday was the coldest day of the winter. W. B. Quarton was in Ilumboldt last week attending court. W. C. Danson was in Spencer last Thursday on business. Several cases of measles are reported iu Riverdale township. Mr. and Mrs. C. E. Walker returned from the east last night. Knights remember the regular meeting next Friday evening. Mrs. Nellie Ingham Bussell will return to Omaha this week. J. C. Frank departed Tuesday on a business trip to Waterloo. The last of the water works men went home Monday night. Taylor's ribbon sale Monday, Febru- arp 9th, one o'clock sharp. Davo Haggard is recovering slowly from the effects of his fall. There was a hop by the Algona Dancing club Saturday evening. Lucky the man who owns a "Daisy Bed Warmer peel Union soldier, for po Ilumboldt, Iowa. ! The first regular meeting of the Young Ladies Foreign (missionary society will be held at W. A. Black's Saturday next at 3 o'clock. ' Horace Mann expects tq start for Ann Arbor tomorrow whete he will take a special course in Mathematics, two years and a half in length. Bro. Hinchon will tell the Farmers' Institute about "lead pencil farming." That is the kind of farming;that makes it cost $10 per acre to raise corn. The V. W's. will give a 10 cent sociable at the residence of M. C. Bailey, next Friday evening. The proceeds are to go for the new church building. We publish this week another communication from Mr. Goddard which should have appeared last week but it was received too late for publication. The Home Market Bulletin one year for 25 cents, llegular subscription price is 50 cents. Subscribe through the REPUBLICAN and save a quarter. J. D. Shaclle is at work on Capt Smith's store building with a good force of carpenters, repairing the building where it was damaged by the lire. Northern Iowa gets off this year with a bare switch or two from the tail of winter as he goes by. Thislis the third man who owns a ' this weather. of February, it can't stay cold very long. \ Walter Fraser who teaches at the Finnegan school house in. lliverdale township is quite sick with the measles and has been forced to give up his school. ' The REPUBLICAN is afewihours late getting into the office toaay. Our prints got stuck some place in a snow drift and were not received until noon today. 5 Cards are out announcing! the marriage, Feb. 10th, of Mr. Amty Robinson and Miss Ina C. Hunt. Thd ceremony will take place in the new> Episcopal- chapel, j A heavy freight train stuck fast in a snow drift between this place and the town of Sexton last Sunday morning, delaying the mail from the 4ast about six hours. i preparing Etnmetsburg expects to have free postal delivery. The revenue .from the office at that place last year amounted to over $6,000. According to the pro- Visions of a bill now pending in Congress all offices with an income of $5,000.00 and upwards are to have free delivery. Cady & Hallock appear in this issue of the REPtmLicAN with a good sized ad. The Hurt readers will be interested in seeing what the new firm has to say. The boys have the requisite amount of business sense and enterprise to make a success and they deserve a good patronage. The Algona Courier of last week managed to get in a stab at prohibition, a slur at Mrs. Maggie Van Cott, the evangelist, and a thrust at Jeremiah Rusk, the deparment of agriculture and our Agricultural colleges. If there is any good thing that the Courier is in favor of, what is it? List of letters remaining uncalled for in the post office at Algona for the week ending Jan. 31, 1891: Mrs. C. Huste.d, Kohn Greene, Mrs. Barbara Smith, Lulu Stilson, D. B. Fraiberg, Miss Anna Goltzer, Thos. Stevens, Mrs. C. E. Rueber, Robt. Lane, Mr. Z. Kemtnerer. G. O. Gilbertsou. The meeting a,t the readingroom Friday afternoon was fully attended. The programme was not carried out as was advertised; Miss Reave not being present Mrs. Ingham read an excelent paper from Proffessor Drummond, on "The Perfected Life." Mrs. James Paterson furnished the music, which was excellent, and much appreciated. * The ladies of the W. C. T. U. would be glad to receive any contributions in the way of clothing for the relief of the sufferers in Nebraska. In fully twenty- five counties the people are almost destitute as a result of the drought and the suffering is intense. Leave your contributions at the Congregational church tomorrow afternoon. Philip Zeller and Kate Lusk taken out a license to marry. have ABSTRACTS. HOUSE and SIGN P_AINTBS- Country work a speciality. lor sale. Charles Rooswall, PAINTER. Orders by postal card promptly attended to. Residence south of Sponberg's tailor shop. Algona Iowa. F. E. FOSTER, IK B E Opposite Court House, Algona, Iowa. ilrst class in every particular. Kossuth County Bank, ALGONA, IOWA. Capital, - $50,000. Incorjmratcd under general laws of Iowa. Deposits received, money loaned, foreign and domestic exchange, bought and sold. Collections made promptly and a ifenenil banking business transacted. Passage tickets lo or from the old countries sold at lowest rates. W. U. 1NCHAM, President. J. 11. JONES, Vice President. LEWIS II. SMITH, Cashier, Directors—W. H. Ingham, Jno. U. Smith, J. B. Jones, T. Clirischillus, Lewis II. Smith, J. W. Wads worth. Uarnet Devine. Farm for Sale. 120 acres near the village of Burt. Partly improved. For sale at a bargain. Inquire at Republican office. GREAT FRENCH REMEDY. LADIES try Dr. LeDuc's Periodical Tills, from Paris, France. Established — Europe 183i> : England UM ; Canada 187S ; United States 1887. $2 or three boxes for #5. Positively remove all iKHKC.ui.AuixiKS or money refunded. THE AMEttlGAN i'lLL CO., royalty proprietors. Spencer, la. The trade supplied by wholesale agents. H. Bo.switli & .Sun, Milwaukee ; Kobe. Stevenson & Co. Chicago. Uetailed by Dr. L. A, Sheetx, Algona. 10-40-yr Miss Emma Smith who has been quite sick is very much improved. Emmetsbni-fc Democrat: Miss Katie Wernert is visiting Algona friends. "Bob" is trying to get a little experience as an editor while Harvey is away. Mr. and Mrs. II. A. Matson returned Thursday from a ten days visit in Illinois. "Ilewett Musettes." The Nugget Nell Company Saturday evening. Popular prices. It is a cold day when the mercury in the thermometer is twenty degrees below zero. A genuine bargain sale next Monday afternoon at Taylor's. Good for four days only. One man tells us that the mercury in the thermometer struck'24 below zero last night. Mrs. John Daniels has been very sick, but we are glad to know that she is improving. See offer in another column for a year's free subscription to the ALGONA IllSPlTIiLICAN. Goldlield Chroncle: Miss Hose Smith of Algona, spent Sunday with ye editor's family. Northern Iowa has lost all the taking features of a Winter resort we spoke about last week. Fred Patterson, who is teaching school in German township, was in town last Saturday. Bert Edmonds returned from Chicago Friday night, where he spent several days taking in the sights. There is a good joke on several young men who have lately ordered bicycles, but we won't give it away. One J. Frost, from some locality in the north, is here on business and intends to remain until spring. The new Episcopal church is completed and is ready for the iirst service which will be held next Sundav. A paper is going around in the interest of the Military company and the citizens are responding liberally. The board of supervisors were in session Monday and Tuesday. Proceedings will be published next week. The advance agent for the "Ilewett The sons of Veterans are a first class entertainment fcr the evening of Febuary 12th. —A. Lincoln memorial program. Theboy"s ask for a good house. ! The Robert co-operativej creamery company will meet at J. B. Jones school bouse, for the purpose of electing officers at 7 o'clock sharp; Tuesday evening. Feb. 10th. , Emmetsburg Democrat: The Algona editors are models of good habits. Of the four, none smoke. Were it not for Bro. Utter, Emmetsburg could grasp hands with Algona in this respect. Mrs. Frank McCall and son returned home last week from Whitewater, Wisconsin, where they went with the remains of her brother, William Conner, who died at this place several weeks ago. As announced in the HEPLTHLICAN last week, there will be a series of special meetings at the Congregational church commencing about the first of March, conducted by Rev. II. G. Smead the evangelist. The ,'IIewett Musettes" have been on the road for twelve seasons and are favorably known. At Court house hall Saturday evening. Admission 15, 25 and 35 cents. Reserved seats on sale at the usual places. A "St. Valentines Day" dance will be given at Court house hall Saturday evening, Feb. 14th. Everybody is. invited. Dancing begins promptly at 8 o'clock. Ket'reshments at restaurants. Tickets to dance 75 cents. The offer of a fiee subscription to the llEi'UiiLiCAN. advertised in another column this week, was made with the hope that it might stimulate some of the old bachelors around town to get a move on themselves. It is now pretty certain that the palace idea will t>e carried out in Iowa's exhibit at the> World's fair. The palace exhibit is -distinctively an Iowa idea. A blue grass, flax, coal and corn combination would be woith seeing. The first farmer's alliance was organized by the publishers of the Western llural April 25th, 188D. After chartering local Alliances i:i several states, a national convention for October 14th, of the same year was called. Dr. Garfield now has on exhibition at his office a sample Giant Safety bicycle. Every one contemplating the purchase of a safety will do well to examine the wheel. It is without doubt the best medium grade wheel made. At a meeting of the^ Congregational society last Monday afternoon, it was unanimously voted to concur in the call of the church recently given to Rev. Davidson. The following officers were elected for the ensuing year: President, Ben Reed: secretary, D. D. Townsend; treasurer, D. S. Ford; trustees, T. II. Wadsworth and Dr. McCoy. The annual reunion of the Northwestern Veterans' Association will be held at Correctionville, on the 17th, 18th and 19th of June next. Commodious grounds have been selected on the banks of the Little Sioux, and ample arrangement have been made for the entertainment of all who may wish to attend. All old veterans within the bounds of the association are earnestly invited to plan to be present. Bancroft Register. Dr. Cuttler had a brace of cripples to attend to last week and reports them all progressing nicely. Fred Phelps near Burt got his hand into a corn sheller and the men SHIP YOUR Butter. Kggs, Cheese, lt'.s, Pt-nr.'j, Beans, Peaches, Pears, Honey, Beeswax, (Jrapes, Hups, Poultry, Corn.Oats, Wool, Maple Sugar, Lambs. Vea), Mutton, Veii- isoii. Wild Game, Dried Fruits, Potatoes, Hay, Feathers. Cider, Vinegar, Furs, Skins, Ouious, Tobacco, Broom Com, (Jinseng Hoot. 5O t»u« live Poultry wanted. Will pay cash or sell ou commission. Seiul for daily market prices. \V. Jl. l: Jiallard & «'o. Produce Commission Merchants, 'M and 2-', DCS Plain St., Chicago. 111. ^--0 "TEGALBLANKS o FOR SALE-—o At BEPUBLICAN OFFICE Musettes" was in town Monday. The company is booked for next Saturday evening. Charlie Thompson writes to have his paper sent to Caldwell, Idaho. He is coming back into civilization again next fall. C. B. Matsou says that he can't understand how the report that he was to be married got started, for he is not '•eligible." Miss Nettie Matson, who has been visiting at her home in lliverdale the past three weeks, returned to Algona yesterday. Get your wedding cards printed at the REPUBLICAN office. We have just received a case of new type and can do the finest work. Rev. J. Schutz, of Ilumboldl, will preach at the Baptist church next Sunday morning and evening, in exchange with Pastor Smith, The W. C. T. U. Ladies have secured Miss Thomas to give an entertainment Don't forget to leave your contributions for the suffering people in Nebraska, at the Congregational church tomorrow afternoon. Alnost every one can spare something. All donations will be appreciated py the ladies of the AV. C. T. U. Frank Parish lias secured the contract for ironing the live i^ew creameries about to be erected! in Kossuth. Sides and roof will all be Covered with iron. These creameries are located at Fenton, Seneca, Lotts ( temore and Highland Swi Already the wheelmen agitating the question of bicycle club in the sprint, cyclest in town will be hit scheme. If the club is t first step taken should be race track at the fair gro order for speeding purpos Britt Tribune: The PUBLICAN, a straight Rep paper and the Upper D Mugwump sheet, have ha reek, Whit- h. the city are rganiwug a Every bi- ested in the ganized the to have the uds kept in cas'over the county print ig; it being finally awarded to the ^PUBLICAN. It pays to be straight—e^ n in polities' were obliged to break the boxing into pieces before they could get his hand loose. John Meinzer's boy got kicked in the eye by a colt, cutting some ugly holes around the eye. Soren Davidson, of Denmark, got a broken shoulder by having a derrick and rods of a well- auger fall on him. Madison Nelson of Milwaukee, adjustor for the Concordia Fire Insurance company, was in town last Saturday making a settlement of Mr. Howard's loss. It seems that the Concordia was only liable for the damage to the stock down stairs. The Germania also carried a risk upon the stock but the adjust or has not yet appeared to make a settlement. Mr. Howard has removed his stock to the old Spear building but will not reopen business until all his claims for insurance have been adjusted. The McGuire building, in winch the fair has just been held, has now been rented to the firm of French & Copeland, of Algona, who say that they will have a stock of groceries in there in two weeks, and that in the course of a few weeks more they will put in a general stock. With the amount of competition that Livermore now has in all branches of business we ought to be able to continue to draw trade for many miles around. The building is now being fitted up for their use.— Livermore Gazette. We publish elsewhere an item from the Franklin County Recorder which will be of general interest to the people of Kossuth County. The Recorder accords Algona the honor of possessing the "champion liar of the universe." Our esteemed friend the editor of the Courier in his wild efforts to save Gov. Boies trumped up a story to the effect that the eleven Alliances of Franklin County had endorsed Gov. Boies New York speech. We advise Bro. Hinchon to start his stories next time on .alliances a little farther away from home The new church at Irvingtou will be formally dedicated on Sunday, February 8th. at eleven o'clock in the forenoon. The service will be conducted by Rev. Hayes, of Ft. Dodge. This is a comfortable and handsome structure and will be known as the First Presbyterian church of Irviugton. Regular services will be held every Sunday afternoon at three o'clock, by the pastor, Rev. Caldwell, of Livermore. Sunday school just before preaching. A cordial invitation is extended to all to be present at the dedication service. Mr. Shelly reports his business outlook for the year to be very encouraging. The prospects seem to be that he will get more work than he can do alone, right from the start. He expects to get into more commodious quarters in the spring and conduct the business on just as large a scale as his patronage will warrant. lie has already finished a number monuments as specimens of his work and they are ready for inspection by all parties contemplating the purchase of a stone. "The Algona Marble Works" ought to become one of the permanent and paying institutions of the town. Below is an account of last week's fire as given by an exchange. Contrary to the low of optics the apparent size and importance of a small piece of news increases in magnitude as the The Ladles of the ft. tt. Society take pleasure in announcing that the books belonging to Unity Sabbath school, aiid for which it was especially indebted to Miss Hultiti have recently been placed in the Reading Room for the use of its E atrons, until such a time as they shall e needed in the Unitarian work here or elsewhere. Thanks are due Miss Hultin for this valuable addition to the literature of the Reading Room. Among these books, are works by the following authors. Edward Everett Hall, Bayard Taylor, Miss Alcott Trowbridge, Helen Jackson, G. L. Arthur, Hawthorne, O. Stoddard, E. P. Roe, J. K. Bolton and by Harriot Beecher Stowe and others, there are quite a large number of books that will especially delight the hearts of the very little ones. Mr Goddard in this issue of the REPUBLICAN estimates that it will require about 40 loads of manure to cover one acre of ground. Mr. Dorweiler in the Courier figures in the cost of manuring the ground as a necessary expense of raising corn. Mr. Dorweiler must have aninexhaustible supply of the fertilizing article to draw from. How .many farmers in Kossuth county manure their corn ground every year and how many loads of manure will it require to go over 50 acres of ground? It is almost amusing to note how hard the good Democratic brethein are put to it in their efforts to shield Gov. Boies and show that farming in Iowa don't pay. The average farmer does not manure his entire corn field, and ground properly manured will raise far more than an average crop. The Riverdale township assault and battery case came up before Esquire Taylor yesterday but was continued until tomorrow afternoon, owing to the absence yesterday of one or two important witnesses. Ed Haines, John Squires and Sam Squires are the defendants in the case, while John Mosier and Wm. Norris are the plaintiffs. It seems that the original assault was made by John Squires upon John Mosier. The various fathers, step-fathers and uncles and aunts of both parties soon took hand in the scrap and the fur ilew. By the time the fight was over everybody concerned was more or less battered. The fight occurred one evening about two weeks ago at the close of a lyceum which was held at the Matson school house in Riverdale township. The bone of contention between the parties seems to have been the affections of a certain young lady of Riverdale, for whose hand and heart John' Squires and John Hosier—two young Riverdale swains—were rivals. Squires not having succeeded in knocking Hosier's eye out in a figurative way to his entire satisfaction, determined to do it in a literal fashion, and make a public example of the fellow who had dared to step in between him and his heart's chief joy. The remainder of the story we have already related. Judging from the evidence brought out yesterday, it is probable that no trouble would have occurred had it not been for certain older heads who put the boys up to fight. It is a matter of regret that those older heads did not ;et a larger share of the punching that took place. FREE. A year's subscription to the RKPUU- LICAN will be given free to every couple married within the next six months and taking up a permanent residence in Kossuth county. The subscription will commence with the date of the marriage. All parties desiring to take advantage of this offer should make application to the RKTUULICAX office giving the date when the marriage took place. Commence the first year of your married life with the llKi'uiiLi- CAN in the house and thus insure "domestic tranquility." Remember that this offer only holds good for the next six months. Promt of Corn (h-owing 1 Iowa. Ed. Republican: 1 do not desire to enter into a lengthy discussion in regard to the corn controversy, but I see some of the readers and patrons of the Courier have taken exception to my statements in regard to the cost and average price of. corn in Iowa. In my statements I think I endeavored to show that we could and did grow corn at a less cost than $8 per acre, also that we realized more than $7.88. One of the Courier correspondents enters the item of $1.00 as cost of manuring an acre of land for corn—this is a very low esti- . mate, as it requires at least 40 loads to the acre. But this item should cut no figure as the manure is worth at least 25 cents per load as u fertilizer to the land, and the farmer will get a good return from crops grown on manured land for at least three years following. Again, the amount of manure drawed out by the average western farmer is so small that if we were dependent upon it to keep up the fertility of our land, we would be very poor indeed. It is true that thousands of acres of Iowa land have been impoverished by continuous cropping witli wheat and flax, and to redeem that land we must resort to a rotation of crops, and clover and corn should be the principle crops, and all fed out on the farm. In reply to our friend P. J. Marty, I would say, I can establish the fact that the average price of corn in Iowa for a period of 20 to 30 years has been fully 42 cts. as stated by me. The only argument he sets forth to disprove this, is that I. am ignorant and am running a restaurant in Algona. lie is about as near the truth in this as he is in the average price of corn. Stick to the text friend Marty and let us hear what you know about Iowa as an agricultural state. The issue now in controversy is, is the Iowa farmer growing poor by growing corn and its products of pork, beef and butter? You other fellows, or as our southern friends used to say; "yoti'ns" took the ground that the Iowa farmers, as a whole, were losing money, and the state was becoming bankrupt by growing King Corn; you say what is true of corn is also true of all farm staples; you are endeavoring to show that Iowa is becoming bankrupt, which is not true. We are selling hundreds of millions of dollars worth of farm products every year and get the cold cash for them, and we have only just started on the road to prosperity. A few years hence and we shall produce enough corn, pork, beef, butter and other farm staples to feed all the people of New England. Our friend Dorweiler tells us he was prompted to write his letter by others, and, that he wants it distinctly understood that he is not a candidate for governor,—that he is only endeavoring to make it appear that the Iowa farmer is being impoverished by growing corn. For myself I will say I have no desire for oflice of any kind, it is honor enough for me to know that I am a citi/.en of Iowa, having "lived within her borders for the last 42 years. By long residence I have become sloughy attached to her and I repudiate the assertion that the Iowa farmer is being bankrupted by growing corn. A. L. GODDAKD. A Card of Thanks. I wish through the columns of your paper to express my sincere thanks to the lire company and all others who assisted in saving my goods at the late fire. G. M. HOWAKD. nan NOTICE. There will be a special meeting of Prudence Lodge No. 205 on Thursday evening, Feb, 5th. Matters of importance will come before the meeting. A full attendance is desired. M. F. RANDALL, W. M. 5 Ibs. of good Butter Crackers for 25c at W. F. Carter's. Headache is the direct result of indigestion and stomach disorders. Remedy these by using DeWitt's Little Early Risers and your headache disnppears. The favorite little pill everywhere. Sold by Sheetz. 2O Ibs. of fancy New Orleans Sugar for $1 at W. F. Carter's. A Keliable C'ougH Syrup. We have been fortunate enough to secure the agency for Beggs' Cherry Cough Syrup. It is a trustworthy medicine, and we guarantee every bottle sold to give entire satisfaction. We would be pleased to have our customers give it a tri al. Sold by F. W. Dingley. 10-23 A good sun-cured Japan Tea only 2Oc at W. F. Carter's. lieggg' Gertiiuii Salve. The increased demand for Beggs' German Salve not only proves that it has merit, but also makes it almost a universal household remedy. When you wish a good reliable ointment call for Beggs' German salve, and you will not be disappointed. Sold and warranted by 10-23 P. W. Dingley. Fiue quality Oolong Tea only 50c. at W. F. Carter's. 17-18 Public School Report. Following is a ropoit of the city schools for month ending Jan. 30,1891: Total enrollment c:w Monthly enroll in BUD 4~2 Average belonging 432.1 Average attendance iii'2 Days lost HOK i'upils'tardiness 41 Percent, of attendance no.ti Percent, of punctuality !>U/18 Teachers' tardiness 2 Number neither absent nor tardy I'M Our attendance during the month is low for two reasons, sickness and bad weather. Lung and throat trouble seemed to be the prevailidg disease. On Thursday last but 51 per cent of. the pupils were in attendance because of storm. Iloom No. 4 reports no tardiness. The following table shows the rank of each room for the month in both attendance and punctuality, the number of times each room has ranked one iu attendance and punctuality during the month and also the number of days each has had no absence: Name o£ Teacher. Boom i TtlHfl Cramer.... " a Nellie Parr " 3Ollie Wilkinson " •* Cora Wise " a Edith Call " C L. JVI. IXorton ... " 7 Jennie Bailey . • " u Eva Whitney... " lOLucretla Maycy Depot Jennie Pettibouei 1 Kaiik lu per attendance. 1C s 7 0 1 J t • i 1 Rank iu per punctuality. 3 ^ u i 2 8 • 0 5 10 s No. of days attendance. 0 i i r I 1 , . • I No. of days 1 punctuality. 17 17 15 2C 11 14 K 17 ir 1 Ko. of days . no Absence. 0 0 1 0 3 5 1 3 10) 4 W. II. DIXSON, Supt. LGONA RK- blican news- Moines, a quite a f ra- point of observation is removed. The clipping below is a good illustration. '^Algona was visited on Tuesday by a destructive lire caused by the explosion of a tinner's gasoline stove iu the hardware store of G. II. Edwards. The building iu which the lire originated was entirely consumed together with the law office of F, M. Taylor. Loss 825,000, fully covered by insurauce." Worth Uuiuli-edtj of Uullurs. My wife used only two bottles of "Mother's Friend" before her third confinement. Bays she would not be with out it for hundreds of dollars. Had cot half as much trouble as before. DOCK MILES. Lincoln Parish, La. Write the Bradfield Regulator Co., Atlanta, Ga., for further particulars. Sold by F. W. Dingley and Dr. L. A. Sheetz. 1O ilis. Gootl Baisius for 91. W. F. Cayter. GalbraitU's is tbe place to get bargains in remuaats, they are going cjieap. For the Mavdi Gras to be held at New Orleans special round trip tickets will he sold Feb. 3d to 8th iuclusiye for $30 by the 0. M. & St. P. Ry. Co. A good 5Oc Tea marked down to 4Oc at W. F. Carter's. Sheetz issues regular Co's guarantee to cure all ailments with Kidd's Germ Erad. Milwaukee Brick Parmason Pine Apple and Full Cream Cheese at W. F. CARTER'S. De Witt's Little Early Risers; only pill for chronic constipation, indigestion, dyspepsia. None so good. Sold hy Sheetz. Hudson & Sliadle, Fine cabiaets, pictures. Work family groups, baby first class.

What members have found on this page

Get access to

  • The largest online newspaper archive
  • 8,900+ newspapers from the 1700s–2000s
  • Millions of additional pages added every month

Try it free