The Algona Republican from Algona, Iowa on October 28, 1891 · Page 5
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THE RmiBUCAN : AI/iONA, IOWA, l »Vhl>M-> : h/\'> T,he North Street STEAM LAUNDRY I have lately put in n new polishing machine and nm now prepared to do work that will compare with that of any STEAM LAUNDRY. Washing will be collected and delivered at any part of the city. Give The North Street Steam Laundry a trial. Leave orders nt P. O., Box 79. FOUND GUILTY Of D, B. AVEY, HARNESS -:- MAKER And dealer in HOEBE SUPPLIES. Neatly done on sliort; notice.- At Lacy' s old stiuid. opposite Ten nant House, Algoim, Iowa. F. L PARISH, AI, ATTKNTION will bi- given to all O kinds of rcpfiirinir. iuclmlini; Tinware, (las- •oline Stoves, (inns. I'niiiqs ami clothes Wringers. Am ivlso yiropari'd in put in furnaces and • do plumbing mul Has l'ip<. liithm;. Iron and Tin rnolini!. l'riim|>i ;il!i in ion will lie iriven to all kinds til ivork In my mm. south o£ court house. F, L. PARISH. If you want a good fitting Attempted Manslaughter— But Will Get it New Trial. No criminal case ever tried in this county excited more public interest or was more hotly contested on both sides than the case of Mike Ilubbard and Herman Rantx.ow which occupied the court upwards of three days last week. The jury brought in a verdict of attempted manslaughter Thursday evening, after being out about fifteen minutes but the attorneys for the defense moved an arrest of judgment and a new trial Friday morning. The motion for arrest of judgment was overruled but the motion for a new trial was granted upon the grounds that the court had erred in admitting irrelevant evidence, notwithstanding the objection of the defense. The case was continued until the next term of' court and the men were recommitted to jail in default of bail which was fixed at $1000 apiece. A change of venue will probably be taken on the grounds that it will be hard to secure a fair trial for the men iu Algona. Public sentiment seems to be pretty much against the men and there was general approval of the [hiding of the jury. County Attorney Joslyu is to be congratulated for his able conduct of the prosecution. Mr. Wade, of Iowa City, who assisted Mr. Sullivan in the defense is one of the ablest criminal lawyers in the state of Iowa, and no inferior antagonist with all of the odds of the case against him. If skilful pleading could have saved the men they would have been acquitted. Mr. Joslyu succeeded in obtaining a verdict which was eminently just, for which he deserves no small amount of credit. I'lso'n Hemcdy jfof Catarrh I* the Bent, Moalest to Usflt and Cheapest. C ATA RR H Sold by At nfrglsts orient by tttftlt, We. E. T. Ilozoltifto, Warren, Pa. WANTED, FOR SALE, ETC. WANT7CI), A I5OY To learn the printer's tnulc nt the RE- oflice. toves, Stoves IN THIS LINE THE to runt at reasonable prices. 52tf MUK. P. A. McCALl,. Fov Sato, ov Ti'iiclo. Will trade or sell my house and lot near Normal School in Algona. Write or sec inc. A. C. CAIJV, Burt, la. Ol<t i>ajM'i'S to put. th« KKI'UIIMCAN under v<mv at For bargains in huts and all millinery goods call on E. KISKVU & Co. Hats and bonnets at lowest prices. Latest styles iu millinery. E. REEVK & Co. E. Reeve & Co. have now on display a complete line of fall and winter styles in millinery. Call and examine them. Cheap farms, rich soil and healthy climate. For particulars enclose stamp and address C. A. RAGLAND, Real Estate Agent and AU'y at Law. 48-b Stockton, Cedar county, Mo. Old papers to the REL'UUMUAN put under carpet at oCice 100 i'or 126 cents. For 1891 Takes the Lead. During the time I have handled stoves, for over 20 years, I have found no brand that? gives the universal satisfaction that the Garland Stoves and Ranges do. I have a larger as~J Kortment of these stoves this fall than ever before, and for prices I only ask to have them' corny ared with others. I have Hand Stoves -Go to- 80MK150DY LIED Wntertowu Hoots ant! Slin<?> ! . I have just received an invoice of the above make, consisting of Kangaroo, Calf and Dongola Kid, both for ladies' and gentlemen's wear. Having had 25 years experience in the manufacture of hoots und shoes I can wii.li confidence assure my patrons that for quality of material and style of finish these (roods have no superior in our markets. Prices to suit the times. JNO. StrA.ni>. South Dodge St., Al^ona. 13 Which will be sold very cheap, from 63. up, but not one Garland in the lot. Wood and Iron j Pumps, Dairy supplies, Guns and ammunition, Husking Pins of all descriptions, Heath <fe Milligan mixed paint. I am agent for Baker Barbed Wire. I am prepared to do all kinds' of Metal Roofing. Tinware Repairing promptly attended to. To those contemplating building, I would like to figure on your nail bill. I can save you money. Try me and see. 1 soisri .(Over S!ird/,',s Dm^ Store.) He cuts every tit ing by the New System and outs to fit. The best goods and the best prices at Thorson's. You are invited to investi- .gate and be c-onviuoed. Matson, McCall & Co, Have lately rccc-ived a fill stock of Fall Goods To which they call the attention of their customers. is too Gli Buy the Best. Buy Bonaparin Yarn. Buy Bonaparte lilanktts. Buy Bonapuric Cants. Buy Bonapanu FlunnoU. Buy liocki'onl Cotton Hocks. Buy Racine WooU-n Hosiery. Buy Lamb Knit Goods. Buy Stanley ivnit Shirts. Buy Good Boys' Clotliing. Buy Lion Brund Overalls. Buy Lion Brand Jeans Punts. Buy Lion Brand Duck Coats. Buy Grinnell Gloves aid Mittens. Buy BroadUead Dross Goods. Buy Rochester Ladies' Shoes. Buy Our Durable School Shoes. Buy Milwaukee Boots. Buy Best Grade Rubhtrs. Buy St. Paul Fur Gouts. Buy the Bust. Buy of JOHN REED, And it seoius it was Hiucliou. EDITOR llisi'UiiucAN: In the Upper Des Monies issue of the 14thinst,the editor of that paper stated that he had a conversation with mo in which I told him that I had been in Sac county lately which was true, having returned from there on the 10th of .September last. In the Courier of the ]6th insfc, the editor stated that he had been informed that I had not been in Sac countv i'or two years. Mr. Ilinchon was informed by myself that tiie statement in his paper was 1'ulKo and demanded to j know who told him I had not been in Sac comity in two years, he said 3enjamin said to me, in tiie presence if others that he never told him any inch thing, that Ilinchon naked him low long since I was in Sac county and IB said he told him lie did not know anything about it. Ilinchon's statement insinuates that a lie was told to ;he U. .D. M. editor and I thought my statement to him.Unit 1 had been thorn three times since the opening of the corn palace last year,would induce him to make the correction in his paper last week, but it seems he lacked the manhood to do it< so now I ask who told the truth, Ilinchon or 'Benjamin as there seems to be a plain difference between them and I leave it for the public to draw their own conclusions. D. II. IIuTcniNS. Algona, October 27, 1801 Rosohuions Adopted Unanimously at tiie Meeting of the Mitchell Association oi' the I'onffrt'g'ational Churches at. Bvitt. Iowa. October 1-ttli, 11! 01. . Whereas the question is now before the people of Iowa whether the present law prohibiting tho liquor traffic shall be continued or . shall be repealed, therefore: Resolved—That in this issue there is no difference of opinion in the ranks of Mitchell Association. That we unite with the other local Congregational Associations, with the general association of Iowa and, as we jelieve, with all other organizations of Christian churches in the state, pro- esting against any step toward the re- eal of the present law. That we urge all voters who may be n any degree under our influence to r ote for such candidates as favor the continuance and enforcement of the H-ohibitory law. And wo pray Al- niglity God to save us from such a calamity as the return of the legalized aloon to our state. Mitchell Association includes tne ,wo northern tiers of counties from Kossuth on the west to Chickasaw on tho east. • If you are troubled with rheumatism or a lama hack, hind on over the seat of pain a piece of flannel dampened with Chamberlain's Pain Balm. You wiilhe surprised at the prompt relief it affords. Fifty cent bottles for sale by Dr. L. A. Sheetz. Dr. R. L. St. John, of Howlaud, Putnam county, Missouri, takes especial pleasure iu recommending Chamberlain's Cough Remedy, because he knows it to be reliable. He has used it in his practice for several years, and says there is none better. It is especially valuable for colds and as a preventative and cure for croup. This most excellent medicine is for sale by Dr. L. A.. Sheetz. The REPUBLICAN at club rates with the leading papers published can save you money. \Vliut My 13e:m May?. "That he was fji^t attracted to me because my complexion was so clear and my breath so sweet and he found out about my breath when—when—when he kissed me, and now girls I'll tell you how I made :ny complexion so clear; I took just three bottles of Mailer's Sarsnparilla & Burdock that's all." For sale by Dr. L. A. Sheet/.. As a preventsilive and cure for croup, Chamberlain's Cough llemedy has no rival. It is, in fact, the only remedy that can always be depended upon and that is pleasant and safe to take. There is not 'lie least danger in giving it to children, as it contains no injurious substance. For sale at t 50 cents per bottle by Dr. L. A. Not IJlio 11 is Motlier's. There's u youug man recently married —that is to say, a year or so ago—living 0:1 St. Antonio street who ought to be iu the diplomatic service. His wife had pio for dinner the othei 1 day, and he went into it with a vim. His wife watched him with pecxiliar pleasure. "How do you like it?" she asked after tho first bite. "Um—well," be said, with his mouth full, ''you don't make pie like my mother used to." Her f ac* reddened and the tears started faintly on her eyelashes. She had made that, pie herself and she had told him so. "No," he continued titter waiting u miuuto for her to say something; "no, Fanuie, you don't. My mother couldn't make ajrie fit to eat, and tliisissii ply glorious."—Detroit Free Press. "0! how I dread to see my hair turning gray." is a remark made hy so many ladies. If they only knew that 7~> cunts invested in one bottle of Ik'icj.cs' Hair Itencwcr would not only nlicck it atonee, but give it a luxurious and glossy appearance, we know iliat they would nut lies- itate to buy. We, ^unraniee uvery bottle. Sold hy F. W. Uingley. LOUIS LESSING, —Proprietor of— THE OLD RELIABLE FURIIURE HOUSE! LEGAL ANKS. We have the reputation for selling the New goods constantly arriving—agent for the leading Se ing Machines and Organs—latest styles in Baby Carriages—the lowest prices in the city. Undertaking; a Specialty. Sell all of the above and sell cheap. SOME BARGAINS IN CROCKERY AND GLASSWARE. Pants The REPUBLICAN keeps constantly ou hand a full stock of the following' Jjef>'i\l Blank forms: Wurvaiity Weed, OuH Ci:iim Deed, tenses, lton.1 K.itaUi XtortKtlgo, ClwHtel Mortgage, l->uti«l':i<!tioii at Mortgtigt;, Original Notice, Land ContriictH, {'oiitiwts for Building K^Iiool HmiKo, N<>li/-o of Trhil, Vvol>i\t<! of Will, T.'ix SaVo NotUws, I'etitiou District TowuniUit ItlaukK, Oulli Kec«li>t. IlnuKs, KlanU >Ioto IN IOWA. And today we are selling a pant better than ever i'or that FARM LOANS. We can now make loans on Improved f.and.s from one year's time and give the borrower the privilege ol paying the wb loan or any part thereof in even $100 at any time wlitn interest; due. This is Iowa Money, and no second mortgage or c<>ii|><i taken. This plan of making a loan will f-nablo the borrower cluce his mortgage at any time and save the interest on the ai,, paid. Money furnished at once on perfect title. Call on or add,i' amis H. HOXJK, Algoiia, lowf Ambrose A. Call, President. D. H. Hutcliins, Vice-President. J. C. Blackl'ord,! Cashier! money. form iuit<Ie to <>rd<T. TUK KKl'UHLICAN JAS. TAYLOR. RILEY & YOUNG'S Combination SLAT and WIRE FENCE. It is a fence for open countries, for It canno be blown down. It is the fence for low lauds for it cannot lie washed away. It destroys no ground whatever, and if beauty be considere< an advantage, it is the uoiilest and handsomes farm fence iu the world. In short, it combine, the pood qualities of a'l fences iu au emiuen degree, and as soon as introduced will becotni the popular fence of tlw country. It is beauti t'ul and durable. It is strong and will lucreaa< the prica of your farm far more than any othe fence. It will last much longer than any othe fence. It is a great addition, occupies less ground, excludes less sunshine, lias no superior as a fence. It is stronger tbau any othe fence and will turn any stock no matteir hov breachy. It is plainly visible and Is not dan Kerens to stock like barb wire.. The best hors fence in the world. It will protect all crop from a half grown chicken toaw.ildbx. Hi the most uniform, and by comparison of cos imien the cheapest. Kent for sale lo,ajlpart) .f Kossuth county. Ma<Je fry llffey ~ ' FIRST NATIONAL BANK, Of Algona, Iowa. EP~CAriTAI, $81 "O. Money always reasonable rates to parties who <:tiu t'u „], f^rst-class security, Directors—Ambrose A. Call, 1>. H. liutchins, J. C. Blackforrt, O. 11. Hutcliins, PJiilip Dorweiler, A. D. Clarke. on hand to loai Win. K. F M. Z. GROVE. JOHN GRQVI LIVERY, FEED Best of Horses and West of Thorington House. BI3OS. AND SALE STABI t.rria&es. M. Z. GROVE, MANAGEF L. DOWD'S HEALTH EXERCISER. Gentlemen, Ladles, Youths; ..._ Athlete or Invalid. A complete gymnasium. Takes up but 6in. square floor-room;uew,scientific, durable, comprehensive, cheap. Indorsed by'SO.oOOphyaiatuna.Iaw- yera, clergymen, editors & others now using It. Send for Ul'd circular, 40 eng's; no charge. Prof. O. ., faowd, aoieuUfto Physical ami -r—^^iuamij GlAMT' Lssueoilh THE ODELL Type Writer. will buy the Odell Type Writer with 78 characters, and $15 for the single ease Odell, warranted to do better work tbau any machine made. It combines simplicity with durability, speed, ease o£ operation, werrs longer without cost of repairs than any other machine. Has no ink ribbon to bother the operator. It Is neat, subr stautial, nickel plated, perfect, and adapted to alt kinds of type writing;. Like a printing press it produces sharp, clean, legiblo manuscripts. Two or ten copies can be made at one writing. Any Intelligent person can become an operator iu two days. Wo offer $1,000 to any operator wUo can equal the work of the Double QaseOtlell. Heliable agents and salesmen wanted. Special inducements to dealers. For pamphlet giving indorsements, etc., etc., address Odell Type Writer Co,, '38-36* Deal'boru St. II // This reserved L. K. GU wbo vyij],

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