The Algona Republican from Algona, Iowa on December 16, 1891 · Page 4
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4 THE REPUBLICAN: ALGONA, IOWA, WEDNESDAY, DECEMBER 16, •MM mm and ot mm, C&tOAOO. MILWAUKEE AND ST. PAtJl* OOISO WKST. f »! a passenger ^.i 3 JPS o. nfveljrhfc ...... ,V.., BR ^S No. is way freight ALGONA REPUBLICAN , IOWA, t)m 16,1891. RABT. o .17 p Hi 2 passenger 4 passenger. o, 10 way freight fg .No. Hfreght, No. Sfretglit o.^n * .30 p m 10 :5o p m Chicago & Northwestern R'y. OOINO NOKTH AND WKST. Freight accommodation ............. « •'& » |» Chicago Mall and Express ....... .... 3 -'3* P « GOING SOUTH AND HAST. Freight accommodation ............. S ,i {? 15 Chicago Mail and Express ........... 2 :3. p m Chicago passenger reaches Des Moines at •t n m ohic"ii«> u -no a. m., and Kansas City 0 Si™'™? Tiflkott for iale to nil points in the Jiiited States and Canada, KOSSUTH COUNTY MABKETS. ALGONA MABKETS. Oats 24 Cotn 80 Etfgs 13 Butter 22 Cattle.$0.00 @ f 0.00 Hogs .. ,3.00@ 8.15 Wheat TO Barley 28 Flax 70@ .78 Timothy 85 PROFESSION & BUSINESS DIRECTORY, B. J. DANPON. W- C- HANSON. DANSON BEOS., \T LAW, Ms A A A giiiiii, Iowa. Office (linstock's. B. F. REED, rxiiY A'JM/AW, Aljtona, Iowa. • in i.he Ualbvaitli block. Of- E. V. SWETTING. A W. B. QUA ETON, AT LAW. tilVi'-i* 'iv*!' Kossntli County Hank. GEO. E. A TT011NEV AT J.AV, . National Bank. A1p> uver First lnwa. JAS. BAKU, M. D., •pHYSIOIAN aud 1OWA . L. K. GAKFI&LD, M. P HYSICIAN and door to snur. i.O>:. Office next aiBiu-u.-.-. Aljsona. Iowa. OUR CLUBBING 1IST. The KKPUBLICAN and any one of the journals named below will be sent to any address for one year at the following reduced rates: NEWSPAPERS. T)es Molnos Register 82 00 Iowa Capital 2 00 Sioux City Journal 2 30 Keokuk <}atecity 2 so Marshalltown Times-Republican 2 or, OmaliaBee 2 35 Chicago .Journal 2 30 cmienso Tutor-Ocean 225 National Tribune 240 IMibunue Times 1 &> New York 1'ress 2 00 MAGAZINES AND HOME JOURNALS. 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SHEETZ, Druggist & Stationer. PrescriptiouM Hll-.'d. Deals In paints, ' oils, books, perfumeries, etc. Comer of State and Thorington streets .VUiona. Iowa. LOCAL NEWS AND NOTES. T. J. FELLING, M. D. P HVSUMAN iitul Slllf: ICON. Consultation l" English and G',.rm.ui nfilw mul residence .ov«r (ioetcli's sn.r". Wlila-emore. Iowa. S. E. Sayers,D. V. M., Veterinary Physician i Surgeon BT-OJUce west ol tlie Thorington House, Algoua.Iowa. HOSPITAL Accommodations._ Real Estate •**• 10N&HUTGH180N •Hi • •1 >• 'Si . - • '-Cossuth (louuty vik. AUodoa :•• -i mice business. B. MATSON, Farm Loans , OFFICE OVER CURISCHILLES' STORE. For information in regard to lands In Northwestern Iowa, 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, AUiOfiTA. IOWA. Do you want an auctioneer? D. A. HAGGARD Will ery city and farm property, make collections, etc. All business of a private nature striecW confidential. Oflice with K. M. Taylor. E. G. BOWYER, DKALJSH IN WATCHES, CLOCKS m JEWELRY, All kujds »f Silrerware. Repairing a specialty. Hotel and Restaurant, HALL, Proprietor, Slate Street, Algona. Lodgfeg a* 4 weals. Board 1'v the flay or •week/T«rm» Si per day, $3.58 per week with funiishi^l/»oiu, 12.60 per week lor day board. Get your visiting cards at the REPUBLICAN office. Kossnth County Bank, ALGONA, IOWA. Capital, - $50,000. Incorporated utder general laws of Iowa. Depodtt received, moiiey loaned, foreign and domestic exchange bought and sold. Collections made titomptly aud a Kciu-n.l banking business transacted. Pwwaife tickets to or from the old o^Hatriea sold at lowest rates. W. U. IHGBAM. President. w Vtc« II. S. Langdon is do\vn with pneumonia. Carl O.lson of Wesley, was in town Friday. Gilmore the hardware man has an advertisement in the BEPUBLICAN. Mrs. Blau of Kewburg, Wisconsin, is visiting her sons, the Winkel brothers. J. O. Armstrong writes to have his paper changed i'roin Leavenworth to Vining, Kansas. Several four horse teams were seen in town Monday. The mud is pretty deep for December. Miss Maggie Winkel will leave on Eriday for a visit to her brother M. A. Winkel atGalva.Iowa. Misses Josie and Louise McCoy are expected home from the University of Minnesota, next Saturday. Mrs. Eev. Kennedy of Uelmond is in the city the guest of Mrs. Kev. Fhuugan and other college friends. Mrs. W. L. Foster left Tuesday to join her husband in Washington, Iowa, where they expect to make thier home for the present. Mr. L. J. Rice, of Iowa Falls, of the new abstact firm of Rice and Hay, has moved his family to Algona and is occupying the Creed house. Doxsee advises everybody who wishes an abstract to call on him before the 1st of January when the price for furnishing abstracts is liable to go up. Miss Cora Frink who has been attending Highland Park Normal college at Des Moines, came home yesterday morning on account of the sickness of her father. A dime sociable will be given at the home of Mrs. S. D. Hamilton, Friday evening, December 18. for the benefit of the reading room. All are very cordially invited. Hon. J. G. Smith is around again. Mrs. Smith is still quite poorly. The girls are expected home a few days from Des Moines where they have been studying music. It seems that the reports of the amount to which the West Bend cashier is a defaulter as given to the daily papers were greatly exaggerated. We publish a statement of the facts as given by the West Bend Journal. Mrs. Cora Stapleton of Eugene City, Oregon, who has been visiting her parents Mr. and Mrs. F. C. Wilson, lost her seven months old girl Thursday night of pnuemonia. The funeral occurred Saturday. Mr. Stapleton was sick at Lake City, Iowa, at the tiu« and was unable to attend the foneral. The regular election of officers of James C. Taylor Post No. 165, took place last Wednesday evening. The following were elected officers: 0. Eugene Tellier; Senior Vice, J. R. Laird; Junior Vice, P. L. Slagle; Q. M., John Reed-, O. D., D, B. Avey, O. G., Wm. Ward; Delegates, Dr. Jas. Barr; Alternate, Maurice Chapin. Mr. and Mrs. Ford were called to Charles City last week by the illness of Mrs. Ford's brother who has since died. He hud just returned from California W. U. , J*o. 6. Buiitb, J. liwis B. Bmilb, J. W. Gate on out advertising week. ; y B. F. Crose was down from Saturday. lie still shows the effect of his recent sickness. Miss Edith Clarke'went to Webster City Monday to attend the Wedding of her friend Miss Eva Knmrar. A. Hough has the lumber on the ground for the erection of a warehouse for grain near the C. &. N. W. coal depot. Eead Bill Nye's letters when you feel blue and it will help you to forget all about it. Bill is the greatest American humorist living. The State Bank people tell us that the new bank building will probably be built of Sioux Falls granite. It is a beautiful building stone. Wesley is the home of a lodge of white caps according to rumor. The Reporter says that if caught they will be taught a lesson that they will remember. Miss Lizzie Conner left last Wednesday night for Jacksonville, Illinois, where she will spend the winter. Sue will visit her grandmother in Griggsville before her return. Womaus Home Missionary Society will meet on Thursday afternoon at 3 o'clock with Mrs. J. D. Yeomans. All members are requested to be present at this meeting. F. L. Eanney of Fenton returned from Dane county, Illinois, last Friday where he went to attend the funeral of his father. His sister, Mrs.Wilcox, will return some time this week. The Minneapolis Journal of Saturday had a cartoon representing Santa Glaus in a tennis blazer greasing up his old buckboard and lamenting the fact that he couldn't make his Christmas trip this year in a sleigh. Mr. Lew L. Walker, of Estherville, an employee of the B. C. R. & N. railway, and Miss Delia E. Reed were married yerterday. The ceremony was performed by Rev. Davidson. Mr. and Mrs. Walker will reside in Estherville. Dr. Pride returned from his trip in the west last Wednesday night. lie has decided to locate in Salt Lake City and will leave Algona as soon as he is able to clear up his business affairs. Mr. Wheeler is still in the west bat expects to return about the holidays. Mile Ohrstrom and her company were greeted by a large audience last Saturday evening. Over 300 tickets were taken at the door. She is a sweet singer and is scoring quite a success in the operatic world. If Mile. Ohrstrom ever returns to Algona she will be given a full, house of people who appreciate the higher order of operatic entertainments. The Knights of Pythias realized over $17 after deducting afl expenses. . .... DIED:—Mrs. Philip Crose, one of the oldest.settlers of Kossuth County died last Sunday evening at the residence of Mr. Win. Carter near Irvington. For several years past Mrs. Crose has made her home with her daughter Mrs. S. II. McNutt. She had been on a visit to friends in the south part of the county and had got as- far as Mr. Carter's on her return home when she was taken sick. The funeral was held yesterday morning at 10 o'clock. Mrs. Crose was u most estimable lady and ranked high in the estimation of all who knew her. Clarence Cooper, a son of the widow Cooper who lives in the south part of town, is a dangerous young man. Last Sunday morning he had some kind of a dispute with his mother and got down the shot gun threatening to shoot her. Mrs. Cooper made complaint to Marshal Daily who took charge of the boy and kept him until some time Tuesday when he was discharged by the mayor, his mother failing to appear and lodge complaint against him. If the boy shows any further signs of developing a blood-thirsty notion he should be sent to the reform school. He is about 14 years of age. J. B. Swineburne, editor of the Humboldt Kosmos was in town last Wednesday getting acquainted with some of the republicans. Mr. Swineburne is a candidate for the office of chief clerk of the House and says that he has good prospects of securing the position. If anybody is entitled to recognition from a political party it is the editor. He is forced to bear the brunt of the political battle for his party and he gets mighty little pay for his services. Abraham Lincoln recognized the services of the republican editor and usually gave him the post office in prefer-! ence over everybody else in the town. The Iowa State Sabbath School Association has just issued a very valuable statistical report, based upon facts, not estimates. The total number of Sunday (schools in the state is 4574, two- thirds of these continue the entire year. The total S. S. enrollment is 362,461; about one-fourth are adult*—Hence only 40} per cent of the public eehool population of our state are in our Sunday schools. Fremont county hae the largest per cent. Jasper, Dickinson, Pago, Mills, EUrriaou and Story stand in the order named, all with over 77 palgtt on prices Holiday at JDr, Sheets. A large attd well selected line of them, THE &IBLS WEftfi 1NM»»ASflY whither he had gone some time ago for his health. Mr. Ford returned to Al- goua Monday evening but Mrs. JPord will spend about » w««fc in Charles City vieittng-befwo wbuwilttg. per, cent of school population in their Sunday schools. Any one deeiring tbi» report, con obtain it from the Mrs, Matt&M low*. Jas Taylor has the biRpfest bargains in thfe city Eead his big advertisement in the REPUBLICAN. Bowyer has the largest and best stock of jewelry in Algoaa. He is selling at special figures for the holidays. See what he says in his advertisement. Louis Lessing has some special bargains in rockers and other furniture. Get your wife a nice rocking chair for a Christmas present. The second sermon on revivals will be delivered in the Baptist church next Sunday evening. The interest in the work is increasing weekly. While central Iowa is all under snow the October weather in this part of the state continues. The equator has evidently shifted its location and settled down to the north of us. The editor of the REPUBLICAN was informed by an official of the Milwaukee road that the talked of fast train would probably not be put on until some time in the spring. Letters remaining uncalled for in the postoffice at Algona week ending Dec. 12 1891 Aug. Bethka, Mr. Greenbaum, Eric Johaunsen Dale, Mrs. Ida Winner, Mr. Chester Parker, Mr. Frederick Maen, O. B. Robinson. F. W. Dingley has as fine a stock of holiday goods as the REI'UULICAN reporter has looked upon for a long season. You will certainly miss it if yon buy your Christmas gifts before looking overhis stock. Read Dingley's ad. There will be morning and evening services at the Episcopal church next Sunday. In the morning the rector will preach on "Advent Lessons suggested by the Biblical narrative of the Flood." In the evening "Darkness as a part of the Divine order." We direct the attention of our readers to the advertisement of the grocery firm of Hudson and Langdon, successors to Townsend and Langdon. The new firm will do business on a strictly cash basis and will be able to meet and undersell all competition. Give the new firm a trial. An old man by the name of Hilton who lives south of Bode, got after his hired man with a hatchet because he refused to get up in the morning. The hired man objected to being tomahawked in bed and entered complaint against the old man who was bound over to appear before the grand jury. Subscribers who have made a selection from among the list of lithographs we are offering as premiums will please call at the REPUBLICAN office as the pictures are now here. Premiums are given only to those subscribers who pay up all arrearages and for one year in advance. Our premium offers will be open but a short time longer. Take advantage of them. It is no uncommon thing for subscribers of tke REPUBLICAN to come into the office and volunteer an opinion in regard to the value of our Wilson Farm department. Mi\ Wilson writes especially for the farmers of Iowa and no farmer, however experienced he may be, can read Mr. Wilson's articles regularly without finding many valuable hints and suggestions. The Wilson Farm department is one of the most valuable features of the REPUBLICAN. We had expected to publish the president's message last week but owing to the delay in the delivery of the message we were unable to do so. The message was not delivered until Wednesday afternoon after we had gone to press and we wont hold an issue of the REPUBLICAN for President Harrison or anybody else. Had the message been delivered Tuesday afternoon it would have appeared in the REPUBLICAN of Wednesday and would have been in the hands of our readers before any of the morning papers could have reached the city. We would have printed the message from the plates furnished the daily papers by the American Press association. Some of our contemporaries that use the "patent insides" printed in Chicago a week before their day of publication would have the people believe that they are giving their readers a better news service than the "home innards REPUBLICAN." Our news plates ar« made in St. Paul Tuest day evening and are on the press immediately after reaching Algona Wednesday merning. Our patents used to be printed in Chicago on the Friday previouB to each Wednesday of publication. Our telegraph page now contains news of the day previous. Before we coisuneneed printing both sides of the REPUBLICAN at home the Upper DCS Moinee expressed a desire to have its "inuardB" compared with tlie "Rtt- PUBLICAN'B plate innards" as soon as the change waa made. We have been getting along without patent insides now for over three months and not one of our Bubscribere has expressed a desire to have us return to the old order of things. W, F. ';ifc the Court Honso Hail Locked •Against Them Last Evening. The Entertainment will'nti'Hald To night. Thi North Strait STEAM LAUNDRY There Was a very indignant crowd of people ut the court house last evening, collected The Young Womans Foreign Mission- the cltyi ary society of the M. E. church had engaged the hall for an entertainment over three weeks ago. When the ladies arrived at the court house last night they found the door locked and the hall unlighted. They were very justly indignant as no notice had been given them that they could not have the hall. We understand that Judge Carr offered no objection to the hall being used and that Auditor Hoflus was not responsible. Wherever the blame rests it was an outrageous insult to the ladies. The entertainment will be held this evening at the court house hall without fail. Everybody turn out and give the ladies a good house as they have been to a great amount of trouble and have prepared an interesting and instructive entertainment. lately put iti a tiew polishing machine and affl now prepared t<i do work that will compare with that of any STEAM LA.UND&Y. Washing will he and delivered at any part of Give The North Street Steam Laundry a trial. Leave orders at P. O., Box 79. ; i : . . IIL _- ± .. . ....._•• --•-.!-_,. 'r-_-- ..-,_!_ D. B. AVEY, HARNESS -:- MAKER And dealer in HOESE SUPPLIES, Neatly done on short notice. At Lacy's old stand, opposite nant House, Algona, Iowa. Ten Temperance Alliance Meeting 1 . The meeting of the Kossuth County Temperance Alliance advertised last week to take place Dec. 24 will be held Saturday Dec. 26 when it is hoped a speaker to be furnished by the state alliance committee, be present. It is important that there should be as full attendance at this meeting as possible. The interests of temperance in Kossuth County and the state of Iowa will be furthered by an expression of the sentiment of the temperance people. Blank notes in book form at the KE- PU13LICAN Office. Baptist ladies' fair and supper tomorrow evening. Womans Relief Corps will meet in regular session Dec. 17 A full attendance is requested, as matters of importance are to come before the corps All come. Nannie Setchell, Sec. Parties who wish to take advantage of our lithograph premium offers should come in immediately. The lithographs are expensive and we shall discontinue offering them as premiums in a few weeks. W. C. T. U. will meet on Friday at 8 o'clock p. in. Program will be on Benedict Home work. At tlie last meeting Mrs. Carter read a most interesting paper on the current events of the day. We would like to see more ladies interested in the work of th,e union and Beading Boom. The Baptist ladies' supper and fail- will be held Thursday of this week. The place has been changed from the court house to the old college building on Dodge street. Please do not forget this and do not make your purchases until you have seen their display of articles both useful and fancy. Supper served from five until all are served. Conae one eome all. F. L PARISH. IS S PECIAL ATTKNT1ON will be given to all kinds o! repairing including Tinware, Gasoline Stoves, Guns, Pumqs and Clothes Wringers. Am also prepared 10 put in Furnaces and do plumbing and tins Pipu JlttliiK. Iron and Tin roofing. Prompt attention will bo given to all kinds ol work in my line. South ol court hOUSe< F. L. PARISH, Reduced Prices in Until Special reduction on felt hats, trimmed hats, etc. A large stock of remnants in silks, satins and plushes to be closed out before Xmas. MatsoD, MoOall & Co, "Of cour»e it hurts, but you must grin and bear it," is the old time consolation given to persQUB troubled with rheum ft tism. "If you will take Uie trouble to dampen apiece of flannel with Chamberlain's Pain Bairn and bind it on over the seat of pain your rheumatism will dis appear," is the modern and much mere satisfactory advice. 50 cent bottles for sale by Dr. L. A. Sheetz. Mr. Billings—Er—Miss Coonings—Clara I have a question I would like to ask you. Miss Cooninge—Well? Mr. Billings—Don't you think it would be a good idea if—er—this were the last Christmas eve that we come home single? State of Ohio, city of Toledo, Lucas County, ss. Frank J. Cheney makes oath that he is the senior partner of tho firm of P. J. Cheney «& Co., doing business in the city of Toledo, County and IState aforesaid, and that said firm will pay the sum of One Hundred Dollars for each and every case of catarrh that cannot be cured by the use of Holler's Catarrh Cure. Frank J. Cheney. Sworn to before me and eubscribed in my presence, this 6th day of December, A. D. 1886. A. W. Gleason, (SEAL) Notary Public. Hall's Catarrh Cure is taken internally and acts directly upon the blood and mucous surfaces of the system. Send for testimonials, free. Frank J. Cheney & Co., Toledo, O. We would call attcnium ro timract that we ai'C located here penimnontly, for the manufacture aud sale of cemetery work in Marble, Granite and Stone. We now have and intend to keep in stock a fair line of finished Monuments, Headstones, etc.. and will Riiarantee all work to be equal to the best. We are the only manufacturers of cemetery work in Kossuth Go. Therefore,pleuso give us a call before placing your order arid be convinced that by lair andlionorable dealing, we are worthy your patronage. ALGONA MARBLE WORKS, SHELLEY * HALL, Proprietors, East State St., Algona, Iowa. 'These questions of precedence are very embarrassing. I don't know who should go iato dinner first, Mre. Gen. Port Warden Robinson or Mre. Deputy Fish Commissioner Jones. What on earth shall I do?" Well, mamma, I should open the folding doors and let them enter four abreast." You doat want a torpid liver. You don't want » b«d complexion. You don't want a bad breath. You don't want a headache. Then use De Witt's Little Early Risers, the famous little pills. Dr. L. A, Sheetz. Awkward Barber—Does that razor hurt you, sir? Patient Customer—Only when it gets under the skin. "An boneat pill is the noblest work of the apothecary." De Witt's Little Early Risers cure constipation, biliousness and sick headacbe. Dr. L. A. Sheetz. No oHu» pTOfMMHkifea ownbl&es positive «cpno»y ( the paouiia* liwrit i Hood's 8*»ft- Setehdl & Setchell MiHiiWiy «it4 FIHI didt. The CelabrAtvd JaoksoH Corset Wjiiet tor ladies, Children. Splendid variety of Bumped Linens, Felte, PlusUwi aud Fancy Silks. TRIMMINGS, PRESS Yams. Hosiery. Gloves. Mittens, Wear, Feather BOM, tors, Hoods, etc. §o4 it* etc.

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