The Algona Republican from Algona, Iowa on October 21, 1891 · Page 4
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THE REPUBLICAN: ALGONA, IOWA, WEDNESDAY, OCTOBER 21, ml . _„ . ..,„.—.. •, .-.^^^|Mj and DEPARTURE of TRAIHS, CHICAGO. MILWAUKEE AND ST. PAtJL, Ho. No. No. No. No. OOIKO W8ST. l passenger ...................... ? : S? a S 8 passenger ...................... 4:3. pm ofreltfht ......................... 7:t5 a m 13 way freight ................. 1 « 1 ' > , 4 ,? ft ™ 5 freight. ALGONA RE PUBLIC AN ALOONA, IOWA, GOT, 21,1891. wa o, way ................... . w » m No. w freight ......................... ,2 ?2 K m No. 8 freight ......................... 10 :S5 p m Chicago & Northwestern K'y. GOING NORTH AND AVE8T. Freight accommodation ............. « :' » » JJJ Chicago Mall and Express ........... J :34 p rq GOING SOUTH AND MAST. Freight accommodation ............. » » » P Chicago Mail and Express ............ i «< p Chicago passenger reaches »es Mo'nesa 7 p. m., Olucairo c :5o a. m., and Kansas City 9 -30 a in. TioUi'ts for sale to all points in the •Jutted States and Canada. m KOSSUTH COUNTY MARKETS. ALGONA MARKETS. Oats $ .17@10 Eggs 16 Cattle. $0.00 @ $0.00 Wheat... .70 @ .75 Flax 75® .80 Corn 85@.40 Butter 20 Hogs 3.25 @ 3.50 Barley...25(® .30 Potatoes New .20 G. M. Howard and wife spent last DLiceiise to tnarry has been granted Nelsort and Carolina _ of El Paso Texas who has been visiting friends in Algona returned home last Friday. PROFESSIONAL & BUSINESS DIRECTORY, B.J. HANSON. W. C. DANSON. DANSON BROS., A TTOKNKYS AT LAW, Algona, Iowa. Office Over I'omstock's. LKDYAKIX Butter 18 Eggs 15 Oats 18 Corn 40 Potatoes 35 Wheat 80 Flax 73 Barley 25@30 AVHITTEMOKE. 19 Corn .SO Oats Eggs Cattle $1.25 @ $4.00 Wheat 70 Flax 75 30 Batter ......... 23 Hogs ....$3.@4.00 Barley ........ .25 Timothy ..... $1.00 B. F. REED, . .V.IVL^Y. AT-r,AW, Aigom lice in the Unllmvltli blouk, A TTOIlXliY AT-r,AW, Algor.a, Iowa, pf- E. V. SWETTING. Oats Eggs Cattle ... Flax Hay Potatoes 30 IJANCKOFT. .$ .20 Corn . .15 . 3.00 . .75 4.50 $ .25 Butter 22 Hogs 3.50 Em-ley 30 Wheat 80 Timothy 90 A umia. Iowa. Money to loan. W. B. QUA11TON, TTOllNKY AT LAW. Office ov»r fiiunty Hunk. Kossutli JAS.BARR,M. pHYSICIAN and L. K. GARFIELD, M. D., P HYSICIAN uiul STTUUEOX. Office next door to Ford's Waroliou.se. Algona. Iowa. W K H MOnSK .1. SI. WlDE. "MORSE & PRIDE. ALC5QNA, IOWA. OKT/WEST, M. D., P BYSK3IAN ar.rt SURGEON, Algoim, Iowa, Office at. residence. DR. L A. SHEETZ, Druggist & Stationer. Prescriptions filled. Deals in paints, ' oils, books, perfumeries, etc. Corner of State and Thorington streets Aleona.Iowa. Sunday in Clarion. to Andrew Rev. Bowen of the Episcopal church Pederson. preached at Estherville last Sunday. Mrs. Bovee The Baptist parsonage has recently been repainted and otherwise repaired and refitted. N. E. Sheridan, of Sheridan Bros., land agents at Bancroft, transacted business here yesterday. Mrs. L. R. Root of Sioux Falls, a daughter of Captafn Bailey, is visiting in town. D. A. Anderson is a delegate to the state convention of the Y. P. S. C. E., which meets in Burlington next Monday. Bishop Perry of Davenport will be here next Sunday and will preach at the Episcopal church both morning and evening. If you want something neat in job printing try the REPUBLICAN office. We have just put in u stock of elegant new job faces. Mrs. Mary Carter returned this week from a five week's visit with relatives in Clayton and Fayette counties and Cedar Rapids, Iowa. Charlie Walker bad a lively little runaway out on his farm last Saturday and was pretty badly bruised up but sustained no serious injuries. There will be a special meeting of Prudence Lodge, No. 205, on Tuesday evening, October 27th, at 7:30 p. m., sharp, for work. By order of W. M. Miss Rena Bigelow who has been employed in the REPUBLICAN office for the past six months left last Saturday for Omaha where she will spend the winter with a sister. Several members of the I. N". G. from Mason City and Webster City came over last Thursday to try our rifle range with some of the crack shots of Company F. No record of the scores Sportsmen report that there will be first class shooting In a few days. The ducks are commencing to move southward. Col. D. B. Henderson says of Tama Jim Wilson: "lie is the best posted man on farm matters in the United States." The G. A. R. post, Women's Relief Corps and Sons of Veterans will give a joint entertainment one week from tomorrow evening. Program will be published next week. There will be a Scandinavian dance on Friday evening, October 20, in Pete Johnson's new wagon shop, opposite court'house square. All Scandinavians are invited. S. D. Drake, of Marshalltown, formerly station agent for the C. & N.-W. railroad at this place, was in town yesterday, • He is traveling for some Minnesota flour company. Buy a Riverside stove if you want something that will give you entire satisfaction. For sale by Henry Winkle. See his advertisement and see his stoves before you buy. A Mr. Hanson, of Mason City, will open a cigar store in the old Ericken- rodt building on State street. The rooms have recently been repainted and repapered for his purposes. Every subscriber of the REPUBLICAN who pays up all arrearages and for one year in advance, will be entitled to an elegant premium free. Samples of the premiums offered may be seen at the REPUBLICAN office. Letters remaining uncalled for at the Algona post office, week ending Octo- T. J. FELLING, M. D. •rniYSKM\X and SUK'lKON. Consultation P MI Kn.'lisl : i O.-niian Office iind residence oiVr iJoelch'sMtore. \YHUtei.iore, Iowa. SENATOB ALLISON —Will speak at the— COURT HOUSE HALL 8 O'CLOCK P. M, E. Sayers, D. V. Veterinary Physician i Surgeon Real Estate •*DAN SON & H UTGHISON Oftif.e over Ko^utU County loan and Insurance, business. •ink. Also do a C. B. MATSON, Real Estate, Si; Farm Loans OFFICE nVElt CHRISCIULLGS' STORE. The lust big speech of the campaign. Torch Light Procession —AND— EQUESTRIAN PARADE In the evening. Everybody come out. Excursion rates and special trains on all railroads. All torch bearers and others who will join the Allison Parade Thursday night are requested to meet at Parish's hardware store at 7 o'clock. Anyone having a torch in his possession is asked to leave it at Parish's store Thursday. Parade will form at 7:15 and march through the principal streets. C. M. DOXSEE. FIH information in regard to lands in North- westbi-u low a, write to the • * •Real Estate and Abstract Office of GEO. C. CALL, ALGONA. — IOWA. FABM LOANS. ABSTRACTS. A Premium For Every Subscriber of The Kcimblican. Every subscriber of the REPUBLICAN is offered his choice among a list of upwards of 200 premiums. For list of premiums and full information as to the conditions upon which they are offered, see page 7 of this issue. was kept but good targets were made. Ed Kinue, a former resident of this county has returned and gone into the livery business with his brother at Bancroft. He has been in Mineral Point Wisconsin the past year in the employ of the Mineral Point Zinc Company. The Christian Endeavor society of the Congregational church has extended an invitation to the young people's societies of the other denominations in town to a union meeting next Monday evening. This includes all who are interested in the young people and their work. Rev. E. G. Olsen who founded the Adventist Society at this place will be in Algona a few days and hold meetings at the Adventist church on Tuesday, Wednesday and Thursday evenings, Nov. 2nd, 3rd and 4th. Rev. Olsen has been a missionary tu Norway for the past seven years. We made a mistake last week in announcing the hour for the Van Houten speech at Wesley next Tuesday. The speech will take place at 8 o'clock in the evening instead of at 2 p. m. as we announced. A large number of republicans have planned to drive over to Wesley next Tuesday evening and hear Mr. Van Houten. ber 17,1891: Rev. Geo. Wessel, Miss Minnie Miller, Mr. John Sterner, Henry Steltzer, Carl Dammann, G. J. Kelley, Elmer Johnson, J. Cox. A committee composed of officers of Ip/L". SLAGLE, Manufacturer of sinrt dealer in Harness and Harness Goods, ALGONA. IOWA. Do you want an auctioneer? D. A. HAGGARD LOCAL NEW AND NOTES. offers on Will cry lections, etc. ._ . strictly confidential. Olllee «ith K. M. Taylor. E. G. BOWYER, DEALKIi IN TOCHES, CLOCKS anft JEWELRY, All kinds of Silverware. . Repairing a specialty. Hotel and Restaurant. A. HULL, Proprietor. State Street, Algona. Lodging and meals. Board l>v the day 01 week Terms «i per nay, SS.BO per week wHh turnished room, SU.EU per week lor day botvid Head our new premium page 7 of this paper. The Wesley reporter dubs the Courier the Algona "Prevaricator." Ladies' and childrens' cloaks at bargain prices if you go to Jas. Taylor's. Whatever your politics are do not ail to hear Senator Allison tomorrow veiling. The regular meeting of the W. C. T. ., on Friday, Oct. 20, at 3 o'clock. All are invited. J. C. Frank has moved out of the pencer house into the Lund mansion n West Algona. If you want something that is neat nd stylish in fall millinery goods, go oMatson, McCall & Co. The U. D. M. continues to run the Dr. Hathaway advertisement at half rates without a word of apology to its readers or advertisers. The U. D. M. cannot deny that it is an indecent advertisement; that it is being run at about one half the rates charged Algona advertisers and that its publication is a violation of section 533(5 oJ the Revised Statutes of Iowa. We condemn any editor who will throw his columns open to such an undesirable the Iowa National Guard have prepared an address to "the candidates for the legislature and other citizens" setting forth the needs of the state guard. An increased appropriation is asked for of the legislature,and it seems to us that sufficient reasons for the appropriation are set forth in the circular to warrant the legislature in allowing it. The guard is an honor to Iowa and the state can well afford the appropriation. •• A company of boys from the Children's Aid Society of New York will arrive in Algona, Friday^October 30th. It is desired to find home's for the boys and all parties who may wish to take one should communicate with James Taylor, D. D. Townsendor J. C. Blackford who are a committee to receive the names of applicants. There will be a meeting at the court house on Friday, October 80th, for the distribution of the boys. Among the interesting features of the next number of Harper's Weekly will be a full page illustration of the consecration of Bishop Phillips Brooks; also an article by Julian Ralph on the new government station for immigrants at Ellis Island, describing the manner in which the immigrants are received there, how they are cared for, and what disposition is linally made of them. Mr. Ralph's article will be copiously illustrated. Attention is called to the card of Mrs. N. E. Norwood, who operates the North Street Steam LauiMry, which appears in this paper. Mrs. Norwood THE COM FIELD SOLILOQUY. Methinks I am an object that would scare away the crows, For I make a tough appearance in these rough and ragged clothes. My pants are busted at the knees, they're tattered, patched and torn, But the man can't wear good clothes •who loses money raising corn. Methinks I have a granger mien and "ruined farmer" air, With the wind a blowin' hay seed thro' my long and shaggy hair. But I have this consolation as I act my humble part, Beneath these patched and tattered pants there beats an honest heart. I've left the C9urier sanctum, and I've gone to raising corn, I can't say that I like it, but I'm booming Dr. Bourne, And I've got to sing a doleful song and make a» awfuffuss „ About the farmers woes. Of course I would not care a cuss If not a farmer in Kossuth could make a single cent, Tlifc Sliced! To-morrow Night. Every Republican in Kossuth county who can arrange to do so should attend the Republican rally in this city to* morrow evening. Senator Allison la one of the ablest men on the stump in this campaign and all who are willing to hear both sides of the question discussed should hear him. It is to be the last big speech and big rally of one of the hottest campaigns ever fought out in Iowa. Excursion rates have been secured and special trains will be pro* vided for the accommodation of the people of surrounding towns who may wish to attend the speech. Everybody Come. To-day's Democratic Bally. It would be hard to find a stray Democrat running around on the prairies of Kossuth county this afternoon. They are all here to hear the governor. There are a great many Democrats in town, but not nearly so many as we had expected to see. The rally was advertised all over this part of Iowa and there are Democratic delegations here from a long distance. The crowd in town represents not the Democratic strength of Kossuth county, but the strength of several counties in this immediate section of the state. There are also a large number of Republicans in town who desire to see the Governor and hear what he has to say. The Governor arrived in town on the 8:80 train this morning and was driven immediately to the residence of C. L. Lund, where he was entertained until the time for the speech this afternoon. He leaves at 6:07 for Eagle Grove, where he is to speak this evening. M. F. Ilealy of Fort Dodge will follow the Governor with an address at the court house hall this evening. If they'll only vote for Dr.Bourne, why I will be content. I don't care for the farmer's rights as many have mistrusted Until its time to catch his vote and tell him how he's "busted." Of course its plain to every one who stops to think a minute, That Wheeler and Van Houten ure the people that tire in it. Unless we get the farmers' votes we're done for sure as thunder, All on account of Horace and his famous corn speech blunder. He might have known the farmers would see thro' his little game. And if he doesn't get there he will have himself to blame. He might have known it wouldn't work for democratic bait, To have the governor run around and lie about the state. We've got to work the farmers now and work ; ern day and night, For Smith and Reed and Stevens are away up out of sight, We've got to make the fellows think they've grown poor raising corn, Or the "Britt convention candidate will The Alg'ona "Prevaricator." From the Wesley Hepovter. In his sheet of last week Brother Hinchon, the cracked-brained editor of the Algona "prevaricator," with his usual disregard for the truth, takes the editor of this paper to task and maliciously misrepresents us in things that our many readers know not to be true. He says the Reporter of two weeks ago was not out until Wednesday of last week—five days late, when as a matter of fact the paper was printed on Friday afternoon—its usual time, and the Wesley list was iu the post office before 5 o'clock p. m. of thb same day. The Algona list left this office on Saturday. If it did not reach its destination at the usual time it was no fault of ours. The cause advanced by the Courier is no new attack upon this paper and originates from an item sent to that paper by its Prairie correspondent crediting us with having indulged in "something democratic" while attending a base ball game some time ago. It was an infamous lie, and can be so proven by democrats as well as republicans. If this kind of reading is all that Hinchon can furnish his readers we are sure the people do not want it. When a paper gets so hard up for mat- wish he wasn't Bourne, tcr that it has to resort to slandering its When Uncle John's elected with a lot ue j Kllbow it is K00 ,j evidence that that nl' votes to snnrtt. " .. _ . . .... ieighbors it is good paper's usefulness is a thing of the past, "combed the'ii'ay'seed'frornmy' hair. | and the sooner it turns up its toes to- i' I'll quit this farming business when and Excelsior Wind Mill. Attachment and Feed Grinder. Can be attached to tiny wind mill. Farmers can do their own grinding. Jos. HUCJI & BROS., MATT RICUAKDSON, Gen'l Agents. Agent, Algona, Iowa. loiisii County Bank ALGONA, IOWA. Capital, - $50,000 Incorporated uuder general laws 01 Iowa. , money loaned, foreign > ai character of advertising and run it at half rates in discrimination against his home advertisers. D. A. Anderson attended the Corn Palace last week and on his way home stopped over in Sheldon for a few hours. While there he was so fortunate as to have an opportunity to hear Col. Henderson speak. In the course of his speech Mr. Henderson produced a letter from the Post Office Department denying the story that Mr. Van Houten was dismissed from the service of the government as postmaster on account of incompetency. Mr. Van Houten voluntarily resigned the office on account of business duties. The story The teachers of the public school tuat he was dismissed for incompetency • f • •(- ^ is only another democratic lie. eave tomorrow evening for a visit to ° " J he schools at Marshalltown. Rev. Davidson preached a strong Mrs Burtis, mother of Mrs. Henry sermon Sunday evening upon the much Patterson who has been sick for about discussed subject of keeping the gates a year, is reported quite low at present. I of the World's Fair Exposition open The Sioux City Corn Festival has been lengthened out another week on account ofthe rains which have inter- fered.with it so far. C. B. Matson and one of the Butler brothers went over to Estherville the fore part of the week to look at some land. Mr. Matson has quite a land business at Estherville. — __ — .J-. — _ on Sunday. He took the very sensible ground that the gates of the Fail- should be kept open on the Sabbath j and the laboring man given an opportunity to visit the Exposition. He favored the shutting down on the Sab| bath of all departments of the Fair re- has lately purchased a polishing machine and now does work that will compare favorably with that of any steam laundry. Don't send your washing off to some foreign steam laundry when you can get satisfactory work done right at home. Mrs. Norwood will collect and deliver washing in any part of the city. Give her a trial. Cornelius Meyers brought something into the REPUBLICAN office last Friday that takes the shine off of everything in the potato line that we have ever seen—six good sized potatoes, any one of them large enough to make a good meal for a thoroughbred Irishman- grown fast to the seventh one, still larger than any one of the six, from which they stand out in all directions like the arms of a windmill. We have seen a full hill of imperfect and inferior potatoes grown together on the Siamese twins plan but have never seen anything before that would quite compare with Mr, Meyers curiosity when the quality of the potatoes are taken into consideration. of votes to spare. And I have changed rny^clothes, election has passed by, Or my name it isn't Ilinchon and I've told an awful lie. Through the kindness of the Michigan Stove Company, we are carrying a souvenir aluminium match safe around in our pocket. The Garland stoves and ranges are made of a mixture of aluminium and iron and will not crack. The Garland stoves are for sale by J. W. Robinson. ward the grass roots the better. Old impel'* to put under tUe KEl'liJU-ICAN otHce. 3'our carpet at The entertainment at the Methodist church last Thursday evening by the Student, W. J. Foo Shun was worth attending. Mr. Foo Shun well had some difficulty with his English but not enough to mar his address materially. He is a senior at De Pauw University and is preparing for missionary work among the Chinese. IN Tin-: rouiiT IIOOM. Court is engaged today with the case of Hubburd and llantzow. The case was called yesterday morning and considerable difficulty was encountered in securing a jury. The entire forenoon was consumed in finding men who had not formed an opinion upon the case. The case will probably go to the jury this afternoon. old President. SMITH, Cashier, Djwcttow-y,. ?/,«'« ( L X:4: A sociable was held at Mr. J. W. Robinson's last Friday evening under the auspices of the Y. P. S. C. E. It was very largely attended. The society is in a nourishing condition. quiring the labor of a multitude of men. There is no more argument foi the closing of the art galleries and museums of the Exposition on Sunday than there would be for shutting the people out of Lincoln' Park. Rev. Davidson argued that it was not inconsistent with the true idea of the chris- An advertisement of the Northern Iowa Normal School will be found on page seven of this paper. The school seems to be in a very flourishing condition and an ample credit, as it ought to be, to the town. The outlook for over one hundred students this winter is exceedingly encouraging. An explanation of the success of the school this fall may be found in the fact that Prof. Wood, the original package dealer of last year, appeared in court last week and paid his flue of $300 and costs. The grand jury found an indictment against P. Watkins, who is charged with big- No News. There was a motherly looking old lady Bitting in the midst of her bundles at the Grand Central depot yesterday, when A man with a grip sat down beside her and began to read a newspaper. She eyed him pretty sharply for a few minutes, and then inquired: ' "Any great news in the papers today?" "Nothing very extraordinary," he replied. "See anything in there from Whitehall?" "Not yet." "I'm from Whitehall, or purty near there. Bin down here visitin my sister. Haven't bin here but two weeks, but it seems n hull year. Only got one letter from Joseph, and about all he said in that was that he took his pen in hand to inform ine thathe was well, and he hoped these few lines would find me the same, which they did. I'm n little worried. Don't find any item there about a house or barn burning up near Whitehall?" "No, ma'am." "Joseph was breaking a colt when I came away. Don't see anything about a farmer getting his neck broke or being kicked to death?" "Nothing of the sort, ma'am.' "Anything about any one falling down a well or off a haymow?" "No, raa'ain." "Joseph is awful reckless, but wepbe he's got through all right. Anything ^*»; * »j - - - ty amy. lie entered the plea of not guilty and succeeded in securing a continuance of his case until the next term of court. " The divorce crop was unusually large In the case of A. W. Tuttle vs. Alice Tuttle 1 a divorce was granted as prayed for. A divorce was also granted in the case of Elizabeth Sheppard vs. Sheppard. The case of M. L, Ellis VS. D. A- Ellis of Bancroft was and the case of Jesse Willey m Dr. Barr returned the latter part of tiau Sabbath to permit the enjoyment last week from Coif ax where he has of anything that tends to the education DlrecflOJ'S—*»• ••' .•»£"»"•> vjy „ ,,r -r w , Jow", T. CbrJscWJles Uwis H. bnlUt, J. W. been for several weeks trying the virtues of the springs. He speaks highly of the curative qualities of the mineral 1 water. and improvement; of the mind. His position will probably be opposed by all who Itelieve in thelstrict old ~ _„ ^ — _„_„„ —. — - . (kum \ti*v i/ciao ux. ifcooo Chaffee exercised no little care and Willey was dismissed. discretion in his selection of a faculty. A petition from the citizens of Whit- A m« 01^ schoo! *»« t. maiu- %&g$Sl^JSSG8if. *-*» i i^nH IT»-»I /ir.r* T f- lei Oft 11 mn All \VlT.I1 il /~1 T» 1 _ TT T"V -ft A ^i _1 • **1 i. taiued unless it is equipped with a first class faculty. The Normal School has all that coulcl be a$ke4 to make " Geo. Boyle, J. i>eGra,w] and J. $_. • Fayley we to told an A. Schmidt a success in the ^S-yof we feel confident 1 be f ortheo»G4ng< facuity, aad §£#4$*bs wii ' *O O o^" w m ^^ > T "W " -- - •- • v* -. . •* • -w about a »ad dog biting anybody, or a iu busting aud blowing a man's heacl E while lie was BliooUng at u. luvsvfcr "Nothing whatever. I think you will get home to find everything all light," "I hope BO, but two weeks is a long ttoe. to be away, and I'm naturally givea to worry more or less. I espeot the pigs i,ye got into the garden two e? three „ »es, and I 'epose the oolta have tow* out agin and Joseph hasle«thr 4oor open every night, but n worse I ehall be a thwWul woma» f "Here is an item about a farmer i ning away with his hired girl wh4« wife was absent,", said the mm ° turned the paper. "Do telll Wall, that don't any. I didn't leave ao hired,«*» • and Josepk is *o awfuj hqjaely that <mw the sheep dodged" ««*«w—*ito M

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