THE REPUBLICAN: ALGONA, IOWA, WEDNESDAY, NOVEMBER 18, 1891. and DEMURE of TKAIUS, \tJtttCAttO. MILWAUKEE AND ST. PAUL. WBST. im-wentier ............... ...0:02 aw (ft, 8 iiMHsonger ..................... 4!37pm SfYeiKlH ........................ 7.' 15 a )n 19 way freight ................. 11:45 am W. 6 freight.... ........ • ............. 8:17 pm OOINO BAST. '0. 2 passenger ...................... 10:24 am '». 4 passenger .................. S : ?? pni '0, in way frftlght .................. i2:i5H,m "o. 14 frelRht, ........................ 2:30 p m 0. 8fr«l£llt. ...................... . 10:55 pin Chicago & Northwestern R'y. OOINO NOTITU AND WEST. Freight accommodation ............. 8 :I8 a m Chicago Mail and Express ........... 3 :34 p in OOINO SOUTH ANL> HAST. freight accommodation ............. o :07 p m Chicago Mail and Express ........... 2 :37 p m Chicago passenger reaches Des Afoines at 7 p. m., Ohicaisoo :50 a. m., -And Kansas City 0 :3fl a. m. Tickets for sale to all points In the •Jnited States and Canada, PROFESSIONALS BUSINESS DIRECTORY, B. J. DANSON. «'. 0. DAN80N. DANSON BROS., A TTORNEYS AT 1..A.W, Algona, Iowa. Office Over Comstnck's. B. F. REED, A TTORXKY A'C-I.AW, Alpona, Iowa, lice in the Unlbniith block, Of- E. V. SWETTINGK A TTOHNEY-AT-I.A.W, Aluoim. Iowa. Money to loan. W. B. QUARTON, A TTOliMCV AT I.A'.V. Ollici- ov •)' County l<ank. Kossiilli JAS. BARR, M. D., L. K. GARFIELD, M. D., P HYSIC'AV and SHIUJEON. Offlcfi next dnoi-ro Font's Warehouse. Algona, Iowa. W. K. H. MOUSE. J. M. rKTDIC. MORSE & PRIDE. ALQONA, IOWA. G. T. WEST, M. D., P BYSIOIAN ar.rt SURGEON, Algona.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 Alaona.Iewa. ALGONA RE PUBLICAN ALGONA, IOWA, Nov. 18, 1891. KOSSUTH COUNTY MARKETS. AI,GONA MARKETS. Oats ........... 22 Eggs ........... 17 Cattle. $0.00 @ $0.00 Wheat ..... 72@.74 Flax ...... 70@ .75 Corn ............ 85 Butter ........ 20 Hogs ...... 3.00 Barley. ..26<a .28 Timothy. ...'.. .80 Butter ...... •. . Oats Potatoes Flnx .20 Eggs .......... 16 16 Corn ......... 40 35 Wheat ......... 75 75 Barley ..... 25@80 WHITTEMOBTS. 19 Corn . .20 Oats ........ Eggs Cattle $1.25 @ $4.00 Wheat 70 Flax 75 .80 Butter 23 Hogs $3.@4.00 Barley 25 Timothy $1.00 KANCROFT. Oats $ .20 Eggs 10 Cattle 0.00 Flax 70@ .75 Hay '6.00 Potatoes .. .20 Corn .... 20 @ ,27 Butter 20 (ft.22 Hogs ~3.15 Barley 25 Wheat 75 Timothy 00 T. J. FELLING, M. D. P HYSICIAN and SUHftKON. . hi liugllsli and German. Olllce and over Goetch'.s store, Consultation resi- WhiltiMiiore, luwn. 3'. E. Sayers, D. V. M,, Veterinary Physician ® Surgeon O^-ntttr.e west of tlif. Thorington House, Algona.Iowa. HOsril'AL Aci-.oiiunodatloiis. OUR CltmiUNG T.IST. 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MATSON, Real Estate, S: Farm Loans OFFICE OVER CHRISCHILLES' STORE. For information in regard to binds in Northwestern fowa, write to the Real Estate and Abstract Office of GEO. C. CALL, ALGONA. - IOWA. A, D. CLARKE & CO. FARM LOANS. ABSTRACTS. P. L. SLAGKLE Manufacturer of and dealer in Harness and Harness Goods, ALGO.VA. IOWA. Do you want an auctioneer? D. A. HAGGARD Will ery city and twin property, make collections, etc. All business of a private nature strictly confidential. Olllce with F. M. Taylor. E. G. BOWYER, DEALER IX WATCHES, CLOCKS m JEWELRY, All kinds of Silverware. u specialty. LOCAL NEWS AND NOTES. Grandma Ileckart is reported to be quite ill again. A boy was born to Rev. and Mrs. Elt'strom Saturday. The winter ternj of Algona Normal School opens Dec. 8. "The two Oles" at the Court House Hall next Saturday evening. A sou was born to Mr. and Mrs. John Schu Monday morning. Frank Dingley and wife are living in the rooms over John Goeder's store. Mrs. W. KQuiivton is expected home this afternoon from her visit to Oska- lOOSii. Take advantage of our premium offers before it is too late. They won't be open always. Dick Shide who lias been under the weather for several weeks is on duty at the barber's chair again. John Goeders has a large stock of goods for the fall trade. His prices are low as usual. It will pay you to see him. A young child of Elder Pratt died in Sioux City last Saturday and was brought to Algona Monday for interment. Hotel and Restaurant. HALL, Proprietor. State Street, Algona. iK mid meals. Board l-v the duy or !)• week with day board. week." ft' 1 "' 1 ' -?1 iierday, $3.50 per week with furnished 'room, $2.f>o per week for " Exce^ior Wind Mill. Attach'ment and Peed Grinder. Can be attachedJja ariy wind mill. Farmers can do they- j$n grinding. Matt Richardson will show you how it works. Jos. HUGI & BKOS., MATT RICHARDSON, Gen'l Agents. Agent,. Ai^ona, Iowa. Kossuth County Bank, •jin A-:> ••"•"> v ' Capita LGQNA, JOWA. ir, - $50,000. Incorporated under general laws of Iowa. Deposits received, mm domestic exct made promptl lowes W.B. INGHAM. President. >ey. loaned, foreign and id sold. Collections 1 tmufclgK business _ to «usfron» the old rates. The Loyalist society of the Baptist church gave a reception last night at Miss Cramer's rooms, to the Y. P. S. C. E. and Epworth League. If you want a fine job of printing done, try the REPUBLICAN office. We make a specialty of find job printing of all kind every thing from sale bills to wedding invitations. S. W. Callanan of Bancroft was in Algomi Monday. He is one of the real estate men of the county and is agent for tbe large swamp laud tracts of Callanan and Savery. The Graphic, a disreputable Des Moines paper, has been sued for publishing obscene matter. The REPUBLICAN has been sued for objecting to the publication of obscene matter. Rev. Mason, a colored man and a graduate of Nashville College, will lecture at the Methodist church next Sunday morning at 11 o'clock. The lecture will be free. Rev. Mason is traveling in tbe interests of the Freedman's Aid Society of tbe M. E. church. It is hard luck when a man has to furnish the rope with which he is to be hanged. The blank used by the sheriff in making out the original notice of our big libel suit for service upon the REPUBLICAN was printed in the REPUBLICAN office. It proved to be a case of an original notice coming home to roost. Jn this connection we might state that a full stock of alj kiade of legal blanks is always on hand at the REPUBLICAN The mercury struck zero Tuesday morning. Observation sociable at &eo. £. Clarke's tomorrow evening. Dr. Pride is expected, hoine from his trip'the latter part of this week. B. r. Keed returned yesterday from a trip \iO northwestern Nebraska.. Miss Edith Clarke 'is visiting, her Uncle Cal Heckai't at,Eagle GiWe.*" Full : proceedings, of the board of supervisors in this week's KEPUBLICAN. Miss Amy Wallace has gone to Chicago to take a course in physical triin- ing. The location of the State Bank is indicated by a large and very conspicuous sign. Mrs. Merrill of llockford, Iowa, is visiting her daughter, Mrs. W. W. Wheeler. The fall term of the Normal School closes this week. There is prospect for an increased attendance next term. O. L. Foss, the tailor, has a word to say this week to all who have not yet seen a tailor about their winter clothing., Regular meeting of "Womans Relief Corps" Thursday Nov. 19, at half past 7 o'clock. "A full attendance is requested. The REPUBLICAN has more libel suit on its hands than all the six other papers of the county combined. Subscribe at once. The Board proceedings take up considerable space in the REPUBLICAN this week at the expense of our local and editorial columns. Something new in the line of poster paper at the REPUBLICAN office. If you want any posters or hand bills printed, come around and see it. Miss Jennie Boals was married last Wednesday evening at the residence of her mother, west of town, to Mr. E. W. Overmire of Des Moines. O. C. Walker returned from Fort Dodge Saturday where he had been in attendance as a juror upon a session of the United States district court. Archie Hutchison and Miss Sarrah Whitiield left Monday as delegates to the state convention of the Epworth League now in session at Waterloo. John Goeders has six thousand dollars worth of clothing on hand and he advertises this week to sell it at figures that will match anybody's closing out prices, i Go to Frank Bros, to-buy your clothing and you will absolutely save money. They are selling off their big stock of goods at actual cost. Read their advertisement. The winter meeting of the Upper Des Moines editorial association will be held in Algona, probably some time in Feburary. The exact date has not yet been determined. "The Two Oles."—Ole Olson and Ole Yonson—are advertised to play at the Court House Hall next Saturday evening. All who enjoy a good laugh will probably feel repaid for attending. The newspapers are mentioning our libel suit quite widely. The REPUBLICAN and the "doctor" are getting lots of free advertising. It is probably the free advertising that the doctor was after. If you are not reading our serial story and have lost the back numbers, call at the REPUBLICAN office and we will supply you with the back chapters. It is one of the most interesting serial stories ever written: read it. A meeting of the Kossuth county Temperance Alliance is called for Thursday, December 10. Further particulars, with the program of the meeting, will be published later. It is expected that some prominent speakers from a distance will be present. The Keeley cure for drunkenness is attracting wide notice from the press of the country. A Burlington physician clams to be the discoverer of a second method for the cure of the tobacco and liquor habits. The Burlington Hawkeyo claims that the method is a success. A nurnbei 4 of parties report having sat out in the cold to witness the eclipse of the moon Sunday night. Regular meeting of the W. Q.. T. U. Friday afternoon'tit three o'clock at the Reading Boom. Everybody is invited. Licensed to marry, Fiank Blocker and Barbara Fullman, Bert Wood arid Emma Barkley, S. W. Shipman ; «lnd Catherine Deibler. The womatis home missionary society will .meet with Mrs. David Gilmore on Thursday afternoon at three o'clock. A full attendance is desired. Kessler and Flotns advance agent tried to post bills Tuesday, but found he wnsen't in it, as his paste froze as fast as he put it on the boards. It was two'below aero i D. A. Buell and family start for Glenwood, Florida, today where they will spend the winter. There is a possibility, so we understand, that Mr. Buell will-remain in Florida permanently. • J. W. Robinson has received the appointment of Aid-de-carap on the staff of General Palmer Commander in Chief of the Grand Army of the He- public. It is an honor that is very fittingly bestowed. Mr. Robinson thinks that the appointment was probably made at the instance of ex-commander in chief Veasoey who is a personal friend. "My Daughter's Life. Was saved by Hood's Sarsaparilla," says Mr. B. B. Jones of Alna, Maine. "She had seven running sores in different plac cs on her body, but on giving her Hood's Sarsaparilla there was marked improvement and now she healthy." is well, strong and "Where does Harry get his inventive was the most "From his father. He notorious liiir in town." A FlBE AT Tlio Store Bttildinff of M. B. Dalton Burned t« the Ground last frt• day'' JBvenlntf. Everything- was Lost. The building occupied by Mr. M.; B. Dalton at Irvington for store and post office purposes was burned to the ground last Friday evening . with all that it contained. When discovered the fire had attained such headway that nothing could be saved. Mr. Dalton left everything in apparent good shape at the store about 5 o'clock and came to Algona. About 6 o'clock a dispatch was received by Agent Vesper stating that the store was in flames. The fire was first discovered by a company of men who Were at work at the elevator. Smoke was issuing from the building in the vicinity of the chimney and it was thought that the fire was located up stairs. The rear door of the store was broken in but the stairs were found to be in flames. A movement was then made towards removing a barrel oi kerosene oil from a small room at the rear of the store. The room was found to belli ablaze and before the party could get out of the building the oil exploded. Jake Lattimer, a laborer, was blown out into the middle of the street doing a grand circus act. in his flight and landing upon his shoulders in the middle of the road. Closely following the explosion of the oil came an explosion of some ten pounds of gun powder: Everything in the building was lost, including the mail. The cause of the fire is unknown. the most tenable theory being that it originated from a defective chimney. The building was the property of Mr.IIeath a farmer living near Irvington. We 'have been unable to learn if it was covered with insurance. Mr. Dalton' stock of goods was partially insured. Hood's Pills cure Constipation by restoring the peristaltic action of the alimentary canal. They are the Jbest family cathartic. Miss Elder—Mr. Hunker, at what age do you think a women ceases to be attractive? Hunker—0, 1 don't know.. How old are you? "Oh! how dreadfully yellow and greasy my face ia getting." Say do you know this is all caused by a disordered liver, and that your skin can bo changed from u dark 'givnsy yellow to a transparent white by the use of Bcpgs' Blood Purifier and Blood Muker? Every bottle guaranteed by F. W. Dingley. ';' '•Win. 1 re is your father?" "He has gone to the prayer'meeting." "Where i.s your mother?" "She is down, cellar splitting kindling wood." Perfect, action timl perfect, lienlih re suit, from the use of DeWitt's Little Early Risers, u perfect little pill. Colic, Diarrhoea, Dysentery and nil kindred complaints nre dangerous if allowed to run any length of lime, ;So it is the duty of all parents to keep a medicine: on hand at oil times that will effect a positive and permanent cure. 'Begins' Diarrhoea Balsam is guaranteed to'do this.' .Sold and warranted by F. W. Dingley. • Cheap farms, rich soil and healthy cli mate. For particulars enclose stamp and address C. A. RA.GLAND, Real Estate Agent and Att'y at Law. 48-8 ' Stockton, Cedar county, Mo. The North Street STEipLAUNDEY . •$>' F ' '•- .1 have lately put in & now polishing machine and am now prepared to do work,that will compare with that of any STEAM LAUNDRY. Washing will be ollected and delivered at any part of the city. Give The North Street Steam aundry a trial. Leave orders at P. 0., Box .70. As « preventat.ive and cure for croup, Chamberlain's Cough Remedy has no rival. It is, in fact, the only remedy that can always be depended upon and that is pleusanl and safe to take. There is not •he least danger in giving it to children, ns it contains no injurious substance. For sale at . r >0 cents per bottle by Dr. L. A. Sheetz. Samuel Heed advertises a sale of his stock and farm implements in this paper to take place Thursday Dec. 1st. Mr. Reed expects to go south to spend the winter in his native state, Kentucky where his father who is quite aged and in feeble health is still living. The family will probably live in Algona during his absence. The wonderful Egyptian Black Art, this attraction was secured by Kessler & Fiona's Two OJes Co. and the stage sittings and fixtures are the same as used on the New York stage. It is something entirely new and novel, and positively the first time presented in this city, don't class it with slight-of-hand exhibitions. Reserve seat tickets on sale atF. M. Bronson's. Dr. J. E. Boy of the American missionary association, a benevolent organization which works among the negroes, Indians and Chinese of this country will deliver a lecture on thi% work illustrated by Stereopticon views at the Congregational church next Sunday evening Nov. S2. Dr. Roy has A national ppuiajion ^ ia, highly reeomfflende«Ht>y sill who atr tend it. Cry for It. Now this may seem strange but if they don't cry for it they would do so if they only could. We are talking now. about Haller's Barb Wire Liniment which never fails to cure the worst cut or sore. For sale by Dr. L. A. Sheets. Dr. R. L. St. John, of Rowland, E'ut- nani county, Missouri, takes especial pleasure in recommending Chamberlain's Cmmh Remedy, because he knows it to be reliable. He has used it in his practice for several years, nnd says there is none better. It is especially valuable for colds and «« a preventative and cure for croup. This most excellent medicine is for sale by Dr. L. A. Sheetz. An Interview with Josli Billings. While in Saratoga, a year before Jos! Billings died, we went up to my roou and spent an entire afternoon on an in terview. The .interview was a mutua production, and was not to be publislie< till lie died. I now give it to the public "Mr. Billings," I 'commenced, "where were you educated?" "Pordunk, Pa." "How old are you?" "I was born 150 years old — and havi been growing young ever since." "Are you married?" "Once." "How many children have you?" "Doublets." "What other vices have you?" "None." "What is your profession?" "Agriculture and alminaxing." "How do you account for your defl cient knowledge in spelling?" '"Bad spells during infancy, and poor uae^nory." "What things are you the most liable to forget? 1 ' "Sermons and debts." "What professions do you like best?" "Auctioneering, baseball and theology." "What was the best thing said by our old friend Arteinus Ward?" "All the pretty girla in Utah marry Young." "Do 3'oti believe in the final salvation of all men?" • "1 do— let me pick the men!" In the evening Josh ami I reviewed the interview and pronounced it faithfully rendered, and then he gave ine the following specimen of his handwriting: —Eli Perkins' Thirty Years of Wit, Tile Sinull Hoy SteulK Applet*. They are green apples and then he has colic, cramps and diarrhea and thinks he's going to die and won't ever, ever steal again. The careful mother always buys a bottle of Haller's Pain Paralyzer and the boy lives to "do so some more". For sale by Dr. L. A. Sheetz. What Uetsy Ann lias to Say. Says she; "That air gal of Dekin Po- gram.she don't know,why she jest don.t kuow putty, so she don't. There's that air gal, sbe burned her hand awful, so she did, and instead of a puttin, on Haller's Australian, Salve which ud tuck all the fire rite out and jist made it git well rite off, so it would, why, she jest put oo a whole lot of stuff and aud-you jes' bet she'll know better next time. For Bale by Dr. L. A. Sheetz. Is a constitutional and not a local disease, and therefore it cannot bo cured l>y local applications. It requires a constitutional remedy like Hood's Sarsaparilla, which, working through tho blooil, eradicates the impurity which causes and promotes tho disease, aud effects a permanent cure. Thousands of peoplo testify to tho success of Hood's Sarsaparilla as a remedy for catarrh when other preparations had failed. Hood's Sarsaparilla also builds up the whole system, and makes you feel renewed in health and strength. Catarrh " I used Hood's Sarsaparilla for catarrh, and received great relief and benefit from it. The catarrh was very disagreeable, especially lii the winter, causing constant discharge from my nose, ringing noises in my ea.rs, and pains in the back of my head. Tho effect to clear Catarrh my head in the morning by hawking and spitting was paluful. Hood's Sarsaparilla gave me relief immediately, while iu time I was entirely cured. I am uever without Hood's Sarsaparilla lu my house as 1 think it is worth its weight ia gold." MBS. G. B. GIBB, 1029 Eighth Street, N. W., Washington,». 0. Hood's Sarsaparilla 8cW by all druggists. fl;«ixforp». Prepared cwly bjr C. I. HOOD * CO., ApotUec»rie», lowoU. MM* IOO Dose* One Dollar D, B. AVEY, HARNESS -:- MAKER And dealer in HORSE SUPPLIES, Neatly done on short notice. At Lacy's old stand, opposite T en nant House, Algona, Iowa. F. L PARISH. S PECIAL ATTENTION will bo given to all kinds of repairiiv.:, tnchi<lfmr Tin warn. Gasoline Stoves, Guns, I'ninqs and'Clothes wringers. Am also prepared to put In Furnaces and do plumbing and Has Pipe fitting. Iron and Tin roofing. Prompt attention will be given to all kinds ot work in my line. South o£ court house. F. L. PARISH, If you want a good fitting —Go to- (Over Sheetz's Drug Store.) He cuts everything by the New System and cuts to fit. The best goods and the best prices at Thorson's. You are invited to investigate and be convinced. Matson, McCall & Go, Have lately received a full stock of Fall Millinery Goods To which they call the attention of their customers. Buy the Best. Buy Bonaparte Yarn. Buy Bonaparte Blankets. Buy Bonaparte Pants. Buy Bonaparte Flauuels. Buy Bockford Cotton Socks. Buy Kacine Woolen Hosiery, Buy Lamb Knit Goods, Buy Stanley Knit Shirts. Buy Good Boys' Clotuing. 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 Durable School Shoes. Buy Milwaukee Boots. Buy Beet Grade Rubbers. Buy St. Paul Fur Coats. Buy the Best.
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