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THE REPUBLICAN: ALGONA, IOWA, WEDNESDAY, NOVEMBER 11,1891, ARRIVAL and Dffttffflffi of TBUI8. MHIOAtlO. MILWAUKEE AND ST. PAUL, OOIXrt WB8T. No. I ii No. 8S: OOINQ HAST. Chicago & Northwesterii ll'y. UOINO NOUTH AND WEST. Freight accommodation s MS a in CUlcago Mail and Express 3 :•» P '" OOTNO SOUTH AND KAST. Freight accommodation (i :0 : P rn Chicago Mail and Express i :«>' P '" Chicago passenger readies Des Moines at Tn m., Chicago «.•<-.<) a. m., ami Kansas City 9:30 a.m. •rickets for sale to all points in the? Jolted States and Canada. ALGONA REPUBLICAN ALGONA, IOWA, Nov. 11,1891. KOSStJTH COUNTY MARKETS. AtOONA MARKETS. Corn 85 Butter 20 Hogs 3.00 Barley...250* -28 Timothy 80 Oats 22 T3l?gS 17 Cattle.$0.00 @ $0.00 Wheat... .72" (ft .74 Flax 70@> .75 PROFESSIONAL & BUSINESS DIRECTORY, B. J. DAJ/SON. W. 0. DANSON. DANSON BROS., A TTOHXFA'S AT 1.A.W, Algona, Iowa. Ofltce Over OoiustoeU's. B. F. REED, A TTORNEY-AT-l.AW, Algona, Iowa. Office in die (-ialbraltl) block, jTvTs WETTING. Butter 20 Oats 10 Potatoes 35 Flux 75 Eggs Corn 10 40 Wheat ......... 75 Barley ..... 2u@30 AVH1TTKMORE. Oats 19 Corn 30 •Rgss 20 J3ntter 23 Cattle $1.25 @ $4.00 Hogs ,...$3.@4.00 Wheat 70 Barley 25 Flax 75 Timothy $1.00 Oats.., Eggs.. Cattle Flax .. Hay 0.00 Potatoes 20 11A.NCKOFT. .$ .20 Corn .... 20 @ .27 . .1C. Butter ....20 <«.2! . 0.00 Hogs 3.15 .70@ .75 B»fley 25 - nn iTTi.nnf tf Wheat 70 Timothy 00 W. B. QUARTON, INEY AT LAW. Office, ov-r Kossutll County Hank. AS. BARR, M. D., (Hill CI.UimiNO LIST. The RuruHLicAN and any one of the journals named below will be sent to any address for one year nt the following re duccd rates: L. K. GARFIELD, M. D., ) HYSIC.IAN ami STTKUEOX. office, next (looi-to i'unl's Warehouse, Altfomi, Iowa. T)es Moini's Keglster $20 Nion'x 01 tv '.loiirnai. 23 KeokuU (J:\te01ty '23 Marshalltown Tlmcs-KepulillciiH 20 Oniiiliii Kee -'3 Ohlcaifo Journal '• c.hicajto Inter-Ocujui— • - Niitloiiiil TvHinne '--I ic Tunes t 1 u W. K. II. MOItHR. ,1.M. 1'UIDK. MORSE & PRIDE. ALCONA, IOWA. a T. WEST, M. D., P liY^TOTAN or.il SUKGKON, AlBOiuv, Iowa. (ifflrc ut ri'siilencif. " DR. L A. SHEETZ, Druggist & Stationer. Prescriptions filled. Deals In paints, ' oils, books, perfumeries, etc. Corner of State and Thorinpton streets Alsona.Iowa. T.jTFELLING, M. D. Cdiisiiltiitlou HYSIOIAN and SUKUKON. lisli and Gcnnau Office mid resi- r Coetcli's store, Whuiemore, Iowa. in 3. B. Bayers, D.V.H., Veterinary Physician t Surgeon BT-Oinne west of the Tliorinyton House, Algona.lowa,. HOSPITAL Acommodations. MAGAZINES AXD HOME .1OURNALS. llorper's Weekly 4 •• Ifoxor 4 " MiU!07.lllC •' " Yoiiiifr IVnplu 3 Uortoy r s1,;iily'.s Hook •) Demdrcst's MiiK<"'""! •' T.llipiuontt's Maira/.inj -1 < Scientific Anifcnuan ^ A llli'l'lCilll UcOIIIMIlist •' ; "> ITomo Market nulli-tin 175 Housekeeper 2 IB FAHM AND STOCK JOURNALS Vrairio l'ariu(»r 2 25 Tlie American former 1' (l \V esteni llurnl 2 S5 Oi-oiice Jiulil Kanner • 225 The lireedcr's (Juidc ;u)d 1'nictical I'unner 1 7» Knval Life 2 25 GERMAN AND SCANDINAVIAN rCBLTCATIONS Ainerlka Hveii.slca'Iribiini'ii low a Slants /• i l.u nil Svltliind with lu'eniiimi SUiuuiiniivun with pri'inium TEACHERS JOURNALS Teachers World Tlie lulucator lown Normal Monthly Kdncatioiiiil (iaxette These rales are fi-ivcn for a limited period and will be subject to revision from lime to time. This is only a partial list. Subscribe now. I! 115 2 135 2 55 ;j 05 1 r .m 1 15 2 2") 3 00 ReaE state DANSON & H U T CH1S ON Office, over Kossutn <'• >'.i if.y loan and insurance liusiiu'ss. M\U. Also do a C. B. MATSON, LOCAL NEWS AND NOTES. Real Estate S: Farm Loans , OFFICE OVER CHRISCUILLES' STORK. For information in regard to lands in Northwestern Iowa, write to tlie Real Estate and Abstract Office of GEO. C. CALL, ALGONA. - ___ IOWA. A. D.CLARKE & CO. FARM ABSTRACTS. P. L. SLAGKLE, Manufacturer of and dealer in Harness and Harness Goods, AUiONA. IOWA. Do you want an auctioneer? D. A. HAGGARD Will cry city and farm property, make o.ol- ctions, etc. All business of a private nature rietlv confidential. <>iiU-« «it!" !'"• M- laylor. lecti strictly E. G. BOWYER, DEALKHItf WATCHES, CLOCKS m JEWELRY, All kinds <>!' Silverware. Repairing a specialty. Hotel and Restaurant. HULL, Proprietor. Ui Street, Algona. Loi!"iii :uul inesils. Board l>v the day or week. Tri-.n-. .#1 IIK '' <!«>', * :i - fl " l' el ' weelf Witll funii.-.licil jii.jii), §•>.:•.(} per week for tlay board. Excelsior Wind Mill. Attachment and Feed Grinder. Can be attached to any wind mill. Farmers can do their own grinding. Matt Richardson will show you how it works. Jos. Hum & Baos., MATT RICHARDSON, Gen'l Agents. Agent, Algona, Iowa. Kossuth County Bank, ALGONA, IOWA. Capital, • $50,000. Iu<*orporated under general laws oi Iowa. Deposits received, money loaned, foreign and . ^,t_ 1 _.,,„ 4, ,...,»Vi *• .iurl t?/^ls1 l^rvl 1 £l/>t IfLtlU domestic exchange bought aud sold. Collections made promptly aud a eeuert;! banking business transacted. Passage tickets to or from the old c^HOtrteg sold at lowest rates. W. B. ING HAM. President. j. B.JONES. Vice President. i,BfolS H. SMITH. Cashier, Directors—W. H. TngUam, Jno. G. Smith - - Tt. ChriscWHe*. Uwte H. 8»i*h, Miss Lutie Wallace is liome from Bancroi't on a vacation. Gib Button is clerking for James Taylor for the time being. Supervisor Holt/, carries his arm in a sling as the result of a kick by a colt. Austin Creed returned to his run as express messenger yesterday afternoon. License to marry: Evert Tankuk and Lena Shroder, Alvin Melville and Libbie Price. The Board of Supervisors were in session this week. Full proceedings will be published next week. C. D. Creed expects to move to Washington, Iowa, in the near future, where, we understand, he is to engage in business. A traveling German professor lectured to the students of the city schools Monday afternoon on the subject of voice culture. lie complimented the school very highly on their good order. There will be an observation sociable the residence of Mrs. Geo. Clarke one week from tomorrow evening for the benefit of the Episcopal mission. Admission ten cents; a cordial invitation to all. Trial Jury for the December term of court: Alvin Hodgson, F. M. Bravender, Ch'as. Brewster, W. S. Carlisle, W. K. Ferguson, C. A. Erickson, Harrison Warner, Fred Doe, Elliot Cook, Frank L. Miller, J. P. Hunk, Wm. Musson, Mike Erpekling, 11. F. Taylor, D. Nieboff. Governor Boies has issued an order to the state militia requiring the of- ticers to furnish escorts without charge at tlie funerals of exsolcliers or sailors, when requested by G. A. 11. post commanders. We commend the good taste of the Governor in withholding the order until after election. The democrats have prepared for a big demonstration this evening in honor of the victory of Gov. Boies. They advertise to have a parade of 500 men on horseback, and music by four full brass bands. We suppose it will be a doings consistent with the size of the victory that we are sorry to acknowledge was won by Governor Boies. A fakir was on the streets yesterday selling the people. Judging from the crowd collected around him it was a good day for suckers. AVhy do people patroni/e the street fakir? A better article of goods than he yells about on the street corner can be bought at a dozen counters in Algona for less money than is usually paid the fakir. We wouldn't be surprised if the fakir we have mentioned in this item would Miss LUlie Banks lifts returned from er visit to Davenport. Miss Tina Wallace has commenced a erm of school near Ledyard. O. C. Walker went to Fort Bodge to ict as juror on the United States Bis- rict Court. Frank Bros, are selling out their en- ive stock of goods at cost—take ad- r antage of the fact. Supper served in the Congregational jluirch parlors Thursday evening, Nov. 2, from G to 8 o'clock. Wm. E. Spencer of Washington, B. 3., who has been visiting bis brother, ;he Colonel, returned Monday evening. Mrs. Reason of Spirit Lake and laughter, Carrie, have been visiting Mrs. Creed. Mrs. Reason is a sister of Mrs. Creed. Rev. Nolte left last week with his 'amily for Goodell, Iowa, where be is assigned to the charge of pastor of the M.E. church. One of the biggest stock sales of tlie year is to take place Wednesday, Nov. 18th. Read Anton Bohn's sale advertisement in this issue. There will be no preaching services at the Episcopal church next Sunday, as Rev. Bowen will be away on his regular monthly trip to Estherville. Mr. Charles Clark and wife of Stone City, Jonc-s County are visiting Geo. Stiulley. Stone City is the place where the "Anamosa quarries" are located. "Barn the democrats any bow," is the way Bro. Bailey of the Britt Tribune works off bis feeling on account of the defeat of the republican state ticket. Miss Stella Cleary has gone to Battle Creek, Michigan, to take up work as a medical missionary. She has recently ('unshed a five years course in medicine at Battle Creek. The Ladies Aid Society of the M. E. cbwrcb will meet at the home of Mrs. E. G. Bowyer on Thursday afternoon Nov. 12th. Supper at 6 p. m. Everybody is cordially invited. The Ladies aid Society of the Baptist church will meet with Mrs. II. C. Bailey Thursday afternoon at two o'clock, supper from five untill all are served to which every body is invited. If anybody else has been libeled by the RKi'Ui'.LicAN let him now speak or ever after bold his jaw. By the time we have paid out $10,000 apiece to each of a half dozen complainants we will be pretty near to the bottom of our pile. We can't guarantee anybody his $10,000 unless he gets in his bid on time. The lire alarm was sounded yesterday afternoon about two o'clock, but the alarm proved to be without any alarming foundation. The gasoline stove in Hackman's restaurant next to the Tennant House got to acting up, On the first page of the we give the official returns for the county excepting the scattering votes which cut no material figure in the result. Mr. Westfall received 84 votes for governor and Mr. Gibson 1, making the total vote for governor 2991 us against 2408 for secretary of state last year. Mr. Tellier was elected constable on the township ticket and Mr. Balton on the democratic. The RiiPunucAN has purchased an improved "Times Mailer" and outfit, and will hereafter address its list by machinery instead of a lead pencil. The mailer is a curious mechanical- contrivance. Come in sometime on press clay and see it work. The mailer automatically puts some paste on the label, clips it off with a pair of shears and pastes it on the paper. The machine will mail all the Way up to •5000 papers per hour, according to the dexterity of the operator. A letter received recently from John Adams who is still at Genoa,Nebraska, Conducting a lumber yard contained a sample of the ballots used in voting on the Australian plan. The Australian ballot contain the names of all the candidates and a full grown ticket is about six feet long. The ballot is banded to -the voter by one of the judges of election and containes the names of at least two of the judges written across the back. The voter then takes the ballot and goes into a closet for tlie purpose and checks off the names of the candidates that be wishes to vote for. He then folds the ticket with the endorsement of the judges of election upon the outside, bands it to one of the judges who deposits it in the ballot box. No but the boys in the restaurant got it tinder control before any damage was done. Among the new advertisements in the republican this week is the ad of John Sharp the shoemaker. Mr. Sharp is a good workman and if he takes your measure for a pair of shoes you are sure to get a lit. He makes a specialty of repairing and is agent for the celebrated Eureka Leather Preservative the best shoe dressing known. The llEFUHLiCAX is a little late today—too late to catch the north mails. We have been fortunate in having a large increase of business in the job department of the BKPUI-.LICAN and our present force proves to be in- electioneering is allowed within 20 feet of the polls. Mr. Adams writes that he will be home on a vacation about the holidays. The salvation army has taken to campaigning in dead earnest. Last Sunday they marched through the streets during tlie afternoon and again in the evening. The squad of salva- tianists was made up of two men from the country in the direction of Whittemore in addition to the photographer, Beddoe, and four women, ;ill residents of the town, whose names we do not know. The oldest was a woman apparently about 50 years of age. During the afternoon the Salvationists made all the noise, but in the evening they were followed through the streets by a crowd of boys, hooting and yelling and making no small amount of disturbance. We are in sympathy with any movement for the true advancement of Christianity but don't believe the cause will be furthered in Algona by any pounding on the tambourine or yelling in the streets on Sunday. The authorities ought to see to it that, the disturbances of last Sunday night are not repeated. StJBD £ OK, llftEL A Slow* City "doctor'* Wants $10,' 000 Out of the Republican and Says He is (Mhg to Try and Oct It At the Next Term of Court. "Boctor" J. N. Hathaway of Sioux City has sued the RKPUHMCAN for libel and claims damages to the amount of $10,000. We attach very little importance to the case from the fact that the Upper Bes Moines is an interested party and the prime instigator in the action according to report. The "doctor" charges in his petition to the court that a certain "slanderous, libelous and malicious" article published in the llKPtnvucAN of the date of Oct. 7 has caused him "great distress and anguish of mind" and injured his business up in this neck of the woods at least ten thousand dollars worth since the date of the publication of the aforementioned article. Our readers will remember the article which has caused the good "doctor" so much "anguish of mind" and such a frightful falling off in his business in Kossuth county where the KEPUBLICAN circulates. They will also surmise upon recalling the article why the U. B. M. is so interested in the case, and why Harvey has spent so large a portion of his time since last Friday in advertising the fact that suit had been brought against the HKPUHLICAN. His tireless tongue has had the stimulus of a special inspiration. If the "doctor" thinks he can bluff the editor of this paper by working any $10,000 damages ancl"auguish of mind" gag, his professional nose has led him away off on the wrong scent. We purpose to say whatever we, "clog gone The North Street STEAM LAUNMY I have lately put In a new polishing machine and am^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 at P. O., Box 79. D. B. AVEY, HARNESS -:- MAKER And dealer in HOESE SUPPLIES. Neatly done on short notice. At Lacy's old stand, opposite naut House, Algonn, Iowa. Ten F. L PARISH. S PKCf AL ATTENTION will hn given to all kinds of repairing. Including Tinware. Gasoline Stoves, Guns, PUIIKJS and Clothes Wringers. Am also prepared to put. in Vurnnccs and do plumbing and »!as I'lpw ilttiiiK. Iron and Tin roofing, Prompt, attention will lie (riven to all kinds oi work in my Inn-.. South of court house. F. L. PARISH. If you want a good fitting adequate for the work. We are forced to put another compositor on the case and will try and make the mails on time hereafter. We call attention to the advertisement of J. II. Queal & Co., which appears this -week for the first time in the Hui'UHLiCAN. A good business has been won for the company by Mr. Erickson in the few months that he has been in charge. lie is a pushing business man and believes in doing business on the square. If you have occasion to buy any lumber give J. II. Queal & Co. a chance to figure for yon and we are confident in assuring you of the same courteous and business like treat- ! ment, whether you are buying one board or ten thousand feet. "The Grand War Panorama" presented by Mr. X. E. Evans at the court house hall Monday evening under the auspices of the public school is well worthy of special mention. It is the best stereopticon show that has ever come to Algona within the recollection of the RBPUULICAN, and well deserved the full house that turned out to see it. The audience were entertained for upwards of two hours while a panorama of over 75 war scenes was thrown upon the canvas. Mr. Evans gave a good de- DIED:—On Thursday night, November 5th, 1S01. Mrs. Jane Heed, aged 84 years, 10 months. Jane Booiie was born in Ballymire, Ireland, in December 1807. Here her girlhood days w.ere passed and here, in ISIW, she married Samuel Reed. Mr. and Mrs. Heed came to America, settling in Prattsville, New York. For eight years they lived under the shadow of the Catskills, when they emigrated, in 18-10, to southern Wisconsin buying a farm in Waukesha county. The country was very new, the Indians numerous, the neighbors few. and Mrs. Heed experienced all tho hardships incident to frontier life. On this farm they lived for a quarter of a century, seeing the country transferred from a wilderness into a beautiful land covered with thrifty farms and prosperous cities. In 186(5 Mrs. lieed came with her family to Kossnth county where she has since resided. Her latter years have been years of suffering, which she bore with .... ,. ... i • _•_.!. please" in our editorial columns, damages or no d-amages, as long as our money holds out. He needn't think that we will shut up for a little matter like $10,000. The "doctor's" attorneys are a couple of Sioux City lawyers with the classical names of Argo & McDuffie. If these gentlemen .Lave any doubts as to how we feel about having them employed by the prosecution they will please understand that this office has given them a standing invitation to ''fire away," "let 'er go Gallagher," in the words of the immortal Shakespeare: Lay on MoDuflle And dimmed be lie Avlio first cries enougliie. One of the firm, a rather boyish looking man with a complexion like a potato vino grown in a dark cellar, came up to Algona a few weeks ago on an argonautic expedition and bought five copies of the EICPUHLICAN containing the "malicious" etc. article for which he paid 25 cents. Upon balancing up our books we find that we are ahead in our game with the "doctor" just a quarter of. a dollar up to date. How the books are going to stand in the long run will remain to be determined by the court. We will be on hand when the case is called to find out how much that is. —Go to- (Over Sheptz's Drug Store.) He cuts everything by the New System and outs to fit. The best goods and the best prices at Thorson'e. You are invited to investigate and be convinced. Store is vacant, Sign "To Let," Former tenant Had to get. He, in sorrow, Sits and sighs, 'Cause he didn't Advertise. WANTED—Energetic young man to mumige branch office. Salary $900 per year. Must furnish good references and invest $375 in business. Address 6 428 RauiRe Building, Omaha, Neb. The llrst lady in the land—Eve. As a preventative and cure for croup, Chamberlain's Cough Remedy has no rival. It is, in fact, the only remedy that can always he depended upon and that is pleasant and safe to take. There is not the least danger in giving it to children, us it contains no injurious substance. For sale at 50 cents per bottle by Dr. L. A. Sheetz. be suing us for libei. He would have scription of each scene as it was presented and kept the audience in good spirits with his anecdotes and war stories. Every one seemed well satisfied with the entertainment. From the press notices and recommendations shown us by the advance agent we had been led to expect something pretty good and we were not disappointed. The gross receipts of the entertainment were over $50.00 of which the school received a good Wg percentage. If Mr. Evans ever comes b&efc this way him of a good Christian fortitude" never, «ven in her most painful moments, losing her thoughtfulness for the comfort of others. This forgetfulness of self was one of her strong characteristics. Retiring in disposition and unable to leave home her circle of friends has not been large, but to those who have come within that circle she has left a blessed memory of a life sanctiliecl through suffering. Catuvrli, Not Loral, Imt ConstHuliousil. Dr. Diu Lewis, the eminent Boston phy- sicuin, in u magazine article says: " A radical error underlies nearly all medical treatment of caturrh. It is a disease of the man, showing itself m the nose- a Local exibition a Constitutiotional trouble." Therefore, he argues, the use of suuff and other local applications is wrong, and while they seem to give temporary relief, they really do more hurtn than good. Other leading authorities agree with Dr. Lewis. Hence, the only proper method of cure for catarrh is by taking a constitutional remedylike Hood's Sarsaparilla, which, reaching every part of the bodv through the blood, does eliminate all impurities and makes the whole man healthier. It removes the cause of the trouble and restores the diseased membrane to proper condition. That this is the practical result is proveu by thousands of people who have been cured of catarrh by taking Hood's Sarsaparilla. "Your duties will be responsible," ex piained a Kentuckian to a.genllemac who applied for a situation, "anil will require great quickness of thought. There will be no time for deliberation. Do you think you are capable of ihisV" "I think so, sir." "Very well. I will think the matter over. Will you go out and take " "Dou't care if I do." The promptness of this decision so pleased the employer that he hired the man at once. Dr. B. L. St. John, of Howland, Putnam 'county, Missouri, takes especial pleasure in recommending Chamberlain's Cough Remedy, because he knows it to be reliable. He has used it in his practice for several years, mid 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. unery Matson, McOall & Co, Have lately received a full stock of Fall Millinery Goods To which they call the attention of their customers. about as much grounds for a libel suit again we can assure "doctor" Hathaway. I boi*se, Wonderful Success. Two years ago tUe Bailor Prop. Co., ordered tbeir bettles by the box—now they buy by the carload. Among the popular and successful remedies they prepare is Hallers's Sarsaparilla & Burdock which is the »Qst wonderful blood purifier known. No druggist hesitates to recommend this remedy- For sale by Dr. L. A- De Jones (to Smylhe, who has just bought a bicycle)—Why don't you get on and ride? Smythe—1 would, but I am in a hurry. Colic, Diarrhoea, Dysentery and all kindred complaints are dangerous if allowed to run any length of time. So it is the duty of all parents to keep a medicine on hand at all times that will effect a positive and permanent cure. Beggs' Dian-boea Balsan is guaranteed to do this. Sold and warranted by F. W. Dingley. Cheapfarms, rich soil and healthy mate. Tor particulars enclose stamp address 0. A, BAQVAND, Eeal Estate Agent and Att'y at La' n a^ckton, Cedar county »„«!•'J«'.«!&H,l>ii.,, m* Buy the Best. Buy Bonaparte Yarn. Buy Bonaparte Blankets. Buy Bonaparte. Pants. Buy Bonaparte Flannels. Buy Bockford Cottou Bocks. Buy Racine Woolen Hosiery. Buy Lamb Knit Goods. Buy Stanley Knit Sliirts. Buy Good Boys' Clothing. Buy Lion Brand Overalls. Buy Lion Brand Jeans Pants. Buy Lion Brand Duck Coats. Buy Grinnell Gloves and Mittens. Buy Broadhead Dress Goods. Buy Rochester Ladies' Shoes. Buy Our Durahle School Shoes. Buy Milwaukee Boots. Buy Best Grade Rulbers. £uy St. Paul Fur Coats. Buy the Beet. Buy of JOHN WEED,

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