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BmiBLIc ALQOIfA, IOWA, ttEDITODAY, JAHtfABY SO, - ...^ .._. __ . it _______ * i 1 ' J* and DEPARTUBE of TRAfflS. ), MILWAUKEE AND ST. PAUL, aotna {».. ». fo. 18 6ti 4;37 pa 7:15 a m lt:4Sam t 8:17 p m OOINOBABT. 2 p&ssenjJBr.. 10:24 am ALGOMREPUBLIOAN ALGONA, IOWA, JAN, 20, 4 passetf 10 way fr. io. 14 freight, o, 10 way freight 12-.1S a m .4trelBht 2;30pin 8frelgnt, io:55pm 9 :30 p tn 2 -.15 2 :30 p m Chicago & Northwestern K'y. O.OIHG HOBTH AND WEST. freight accommodation 8:18 a m Chicago Mall and Express 3:34 p m GOIKG SOUTH AND EAST. Freight accommodation 6:07 p m Chicago Mail and Express 2:37 p m Chicago passenger readies Des Molnes at 7p.m., Chicago 6:50 a, m., and Kansas City ft J«0 a, m. Tickets for sale to all points In the •Jnlted States and Canada. KOSSUTH COUNTY HAUKftTS. AT.GONA MARKETS. .23 Corn. Oats Eggs 18 Cattle. $0.00 @ $0.00 Wheat 78 Flax 75 24 Butter ..".'.'.'.'."'.18 Hogs 8.GO Barley 80 Timothy 85 PROFESSIONAL & BUSINESS DIRECTORY, W. 0. DAN80N. B, .1. DANSON. DANSON BROS., ATTORNEYS AT LAW, Office over Prank Bros. Algona, Iowa. E. V. SWETTINGK ATTORNEY AT LAW, Money to loan. Algoua, Iowa. W. B. QUARTON, ATTORNEY AT LAW, •Office over Kos«i!th Co. Bank. Algona, Iowa. GEO. E. CLARKE, .•1 T TORN IS Y A T LA W, Office over 1st National liank, Algona, Iowa. S. S. SESSIONS. ATTORNEY AT LA If, Loans and Insuraiii'.r. .S|>e<'.l;il atti'niion given to collfiiiiniis of ill I kinds. Office over Chrlscliilles'store. AUtona, Iowa. JAS.BARR,M. B., PHYSICIAN AND SURGEON, Office at residence. Aigoua, Iowa. L. K. GARFIELD, M. D., PHYSICIAN AND SURGEON, Office on State street, Algoua, Iowa. ALGONA, IOWA, (J. T. WEST, M. D., PHYSICIAN AND SURGEON, Office at residence Algona, Iowa, CHAS. H. McCORMACK, ECLECTIC PHYSICIAN, Algona, Iowa. DR. L. A. SHKrCTZ, DRUGGIST AND STATIONER, Prescriptions iiiied. Heals in naints, oils, book'!, perfumeries, etc. Oor. State and Thorington sts. A l£«na.Icwa. T. J. FELLING, M. D. PHYSICIAN AND SURGEON, Consultation in Knitlish ;unl OITHIUII Over (Jot'tch's:store, WhiiU'inore, Iowa. E. E. SAYKKS, i). V. M., VETERINARY PHYSICIA.Y AND SURGEON, ^^•Offlce west of the Thorington House, Algona.Iowa. HOSPITAL Accommodations. DANSON & HUTt'IIISOX, REAL ESTATE, INSURANCE. Office over KossuUi <i"iinty loau and insurance business! Bxnk. Also do a \IKOIUI, Iowa. OUK d-tlBIIING ttST. The REPUBLICAN and any one of the journals named below will be sent to any address for one year at the following reduced rates: NEWSPAPEKS. Des Molnos Register .....8200 Town Capital 2 oo Nionx City Journal 2 15 Keokuk Uate City ' 2 so Marshall town Times-Republican 2 or> Omaha Bee a 35 Chicago Journal 2 30 Chicago Tntrr-Ocean 225 National Tribune 2 40 Dubunuc Tunes 1 !),j New York Press 2 00 MAGAZINES AND HOME JOURNALS. 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Squire F. M. Taylor is at Des Moines. E.G-.Bowyer the jeweler is in Chicago. La grippe has a hold on Jas. Patterson. Mrs. David Gilmore returns this week from a visit in Chicago. Word from D. D. Townsend announces that has been down with the grippe in Chicago. A leap j ear hop took place in the dining room of the Thorington last Friday night. County Attorney Joslyn has moved into the ollice on State street formerly occupied by 13. F. Heed. There were no services at the Congregational church Sunday owing to the sickness of llev.Davidson. La grippe. Dr. Morse has purchased the Aman Lattirner property on Thorington street and will take possession shortly. L. A. Oppedal of Wesley was in town on business last Saturday and favored the HEPUHLICAN with a pleasant call. The Ilubbard and Iiant/ow trial is in progress at Estherville. Dr. Morse and .several others were subpoenaed as witnesses. The Catholic people contemplate erecting a new church building in the spring. We are told that it is to be a very line church edifice. Harvey Ingham of the Upper Des Moines was a visitor in Des Moines last week to watch the proceedings of the conscript fathers at the capitol. J. W. Hay of the firm of Bice and Hay has rented the Lund residence in west Algoua, and will take possession April 1st. His family the winter in Chicago. are spending C. B. MATSON, SEAL ESTATE, FARM LOANS A.YD INSURANCE, Office over Chrischilles' store, Aliiona, Iowa. GEO. C. CALL, REAL ESTATE AND ABSTRACT OFFICE For Information in regard to lands in . Northwestern Iowa, write to him, TUorington street. Algona, Iowa. A. D. CLARKE & CO. FARM LOANS, ABSTRACTS. Office on Bodge street, Algona, Iowa P. L. SLAGKLE, Manufacturer of and dealer in Harness and Harness Goods, ALGONA. IOWA. Geo. Smith of Bancroft slipped on the stone step at the post office Monday afternoon and fell against the door breaking the glass. He was fortunate in not receiving any cuts. The ladies of the 11. E. church will give an oyster supper tomorrow evening at the Grange Hall. Supper from 5:80 until all are served. Everybody E. S, Erickson has teadtfck ids f atw In iryington township to J« for horses. J. B. Jone8 and family left yesterday afternoon for Des Moines whet e they will spend the winter. Presiding Elder Black has recovered and thinks he will be able to'resume his work next Sabbath. Rev. W. II. Donvard has been down with the grippe since the 14th of the month but is recovering. Mrs. A. S. Planigan will lead the Epworth League meeting Sunday evening next. Subject: "What Must I do?" It is reported that the thermometer registered 82 below zero early Monday morning. The Courier talks about the winters growing milder. Married— On Jan. 17th, by S. A. Thompson, J. P., at the home of the brides parents in Union township,Jesse Jackson and Ada E. McCain. On Monday Christian Dau of Union township brought to town eighty-two turkeys for which he received the modest sum of $125.35. C. E. Walker was the purchaser. llev. Johnson of Corwith, editor of the Crescent,was in town Monday and called upon the REPUBLICAN. He will preach for the Baptist society at Whittemore hereafter every other week. The hot water heater placed in A. W. Moffatt's by J. F. Gilniore is giving great satisfaction especially these very cold days. Mr. Gilmore has something to say about them in his ad. this week. Some of our patrons will note that their advertisements have been re-set. We will make other changes soon in the make up and arrangement of the matter in the paper which will improve its appearance. Some of our subscribers who selected lithographs as premiums have been manifesting impatience because we have not delivered the pictures. The pictures have been ordered and will be herein a few days. Cashier St. Clair called our attention to the new issue of fractional coin that the State Bank received yesterday. They have just been issued since the The Wdmim>§ lloffie Missionary deey will M«fet wifcti Mrs. Perry (Jailed on The design is some- is cordially invited to 2octs. come. Supper Do you want an auctioneer? D. A. HAGGARD i Jin 111 Cl> ? cit y,, aud farm property, make collections, etc. AH business ol a private nature Strictly confidential. Olllce u ith F. E. G. BOWYER DEALER IN WATCHES, CLOCKS AND JEWELRY, All kinds of Silverware. _ _ Repairing a specialty. Hotel and Restaurant. i P. EiU, Proprietor. State Street, Algojia. S «ad meals. Board t>v the day or »W» fljwrdwr, fun per w««k with Capt. Thos. F. Cooke, First Lieut. II. J. Edens and Second Lieut. Collie Chubb of Co. F.,1. N. G., go to Des Moiues today to take part in the inauguration of the Governor tomorrow. They will attend a school in revised tactics for the officers of the militia while there. Judging from an item in the Hancock Signal the editor of that paper is a pretty close reader of the medicine advertisements that appear in the HE- j'uuuoAN. The Signal gives us credit for the authorship of the squibs that appear among those advertisements. They are some other fellows "sparkles" not our own. llev. Forsythe of Burt has been holding a series of very successful revival meetings at the Buffalo Forks M. E. church. The meetings lasted over a month and closed Monday night with a record of forty-seven conversions and thirty-five accessions to the church. Rev. Forsythe was assisted by Dr. Uowe of Ramsay who has been very successful as a» evangelist. Rev. Forsythe was eick during the last week of the meetings whigb w«cf 10ft ro the ef Dr. first of January. what different from the old. Many readers of the REPUBLICAN will remember the Andrews opera company who played a weeks engagement in Algona some time ogo. The company were caught in a railroad wreck on the Northern Pacific near Brainerd early last Friday morning. The special Pullman sleeper occupied by the company was derailed and went down an embankment about five feet falling upon its side. Before the inmates could be rescued the car was in ihimes. Mrs. Ed. Andrews and- her maid, Lillie Wallace, ware burned to a cinder and about twenty members of the company more or less seriously injured. To add to their suffering the night was intensely cold, the thermometer registering about forty-six degrees below zero. Most of the company were "rescued in their night clothes and were nearly frozen to death before they could be taken to Brainard. Ozx.io Artz of Mason City, a brakeman on the C. M. & St. P. road, met with a serious accident about a mile east of Wesley Saturday night. He fell between the cars and one car passed over his right leg between the ankle and knee crushing it so badly that ii lias since been amputated. The left foot was badly crushed and the toes had to be amputated. lie was not missed by the train men until Wesley was reached, when they went back in search of him and found him crawling around hunting for his lantern, which had goneout where he fell, with the intention of signalling the the passenger train. He was brought on to Algona and taken to the Johns Hotel at the Milwaukee depot. Doctor McCoy who is surgeon for the Milwaukee road made the amputation, assisted by Doctors Pride and Barr. At present he is doing as well as could be expected. lie is about 25 years of age and used to live with iiis parents at Wesley. At a meeting of the board of directors of the "First National Bunk last Wednesday, Win. K. Ferguson was elected cashier to succeed J. C. Blackford who has been cashier of the bank about six years and lias always proved a faithful and competent officer. He now leaves the bank with the good will, the fullest confidence of its officers and directors. It will be a matter of regret to all who know Mr. Blackford if he should leave Algona as a consequence of having severed his connection with the bank. There is nothing in his record as cashier of the First National but what he can safely point to as u recommendation of his fitness for any responsible position. Mr. Ferguson has been connected with the First National for about six years and is as well known to the patrons of toe bank as Mr. Blackford. Mr. Ferguson is a thorough going business man and the affairs of his office will be well administered. W. F. Carter ana $, A. Ferguson were eJeptea membew <$ ' " of direct to take the plapea ins on Thursday after aoon at, 8 o'clock* The president desires a large attend* ance as there Is some business that should be attended to. A Htimboldt young fisan Ills best girl and stayed until an unreasonable hour. The girl got desperate finally and, taking a violin favored the young man with the well known air "We wont go home til morning." He took the hint and went. A friendly scuffle took place in Danson's Jaw office last Saturday evening, •which resulted in Archie Hutchison taking a header into the coal scuttle. He sustained some painful bruises and a cut on the forehead that will not get well for a few weeks.There is no moral connected with the story. Webster City Herald: It is stated that the young ladies of Algona will give a leap year party during the midwinter meeting of the editorial association in that city. If the susceptible and bashful young editors of the Upper Des Moines district are to be captured this vear, it might as well be by the Algona girl. The Spencer papers report trouble with the tank of the city water works. It seems to have been poorly constructed and leaks badly. The Algona city council did a wise thing in selecting the stand pipe plan in preference to the tank. It costs more money but is the cheaper in the end if the experience of cities that have tried the tank plan can be taken as a criterion. Our member of the house has passed exceedingly well in the allotment of committees. He is given the chairmanship of the committee on fish and game and is on Normal schools, appropriations and legislative districts. In the latter he will try and see to it that Kossuth is made a district by its- self if any change is made from the existing apportionment, which is of course a matter of some doubt considering, the apparent dead lock between the two. houses. As a member of the normal schools committee he will be in position to know what is proposed, and insist on an appropori- ation for Algona if any new school or schools are to be recognized, while his position on appropriations will enable him to exert an influence on legislation which can be used to the advantage of this section. Mr. Smith's constituents are to be congratulated. "The Eye," a newspaper published atElmore, Minn., made its first blink at the public last week. Our new contemporary is a neat looking five column quarto with Chicago insides. Judging the future of the new paper by its first issue it will be will be,a febe W, C, 2S tf. on Friday BftnntottHt -41 o'clock. Members please take notice and be in your places. By order of the PmrideHt, 3. K,.Pill & Son, tue old reliable merchant tallors,have recently received a large line of samples of .winter and spring goods which they Would be pleased to show their customers. Sead their ad. in the Letters unclaimed for the week ending Jan. 10, 1892; DenDanson, Atphees Lumbert, H. H. Smith, Ida M. Smith, Henry Simonds, Mr. J.Lourdets, Chas. Button, Geo. Halfrick, Mrs. Mary Massan, Jng. Pierce, Mrs. Alice Hurd, P. Gustafson. * Jas. Taylor is making a great reduction sale preparatory to moving his stock into the new building. A. D. Clarke & Co. have the plans for this new building and work will begin as soon as the weather permits. Mr. Taylor does not wish to move more of his stock than ia necessary, hence the reduced prices. Read his ad. The Edwards livery barn has changed hands as we had occasion to notice last week and the new proprietor ^2SJ^«»!»J»««^'. of Kcit Week, Following to the Order of and programs as reported by the donl mittee: ideas of business the REPUBLICAN. a bright little local sheet. What its politics are we can't say. We looked through the first issue very carefully but couldn't find any. We wish the new paper abundant success. If the editor will keep his Eve peeled and saw wood he ought to do well J7i Elinore. May the new paper never be troubled with granulated lids, pink eye or any other affliction that may interfere with the performance of the highest functions for which an eye is designed and created. The name of Mr. W. J. Harding stands at the head of the editorial page as editor and publisher. Bro. Harding has our invitation to attend the meeting of the Upper Des Moines editorial association to be held in Algona next week and get acquainted with the editors who live in this part of "the footstool." Wm. '-Oxley of Corwith gave the editor of the Upper Des Moines a terrible scorching through the columns of the Corwith Crescent. It seems that Mr. Oxley's cattle have been dying of rabies and Harvey was so rash as to intimate that they had made themselves sick eating corn smut and that Dr. Clark, who pronounced it a case of rabies, was a 'Mioss doctor." Following is an extract from the peroration of Mr. Oxley's piece about the editor of the Upper Des Moines. Harvey's thoughtless remark about the "hoss doctor" has evidently produced a case of mental rabies with Mr. Oxley: "And now as to your sneering remarks about the "hoss doctor." Mr. Clark is a graduate of one of our best veterinary colleges. He can show you his diploma if necessary, but a good many would_show you that you are the defendant in a suit for damages. He is a better veterinarian than you are an editor, as you luck the first requisite, which is truth. You would never have published what you did, reflecting on one man's ability and another's misfortune. Such as you would crack jokes at your father's funeral, or make fun at a railway collision. In this case you have added insult to injury, by making statements that you did not know to be true. A liar is worse than a thief, as you can lock up against the latter, while the former steals what is more valuable than your goods. Lots of men have worn stripes on their dress or bodies (sometimes both) for less offenses than yours. The next time you undertake to publish reports reflecting on any one, try to find out the facto about it. Perhaps you don't know the danger we have gone through with raving mad cattle that we, often had aarrow escapes from in inpxe ways tJian, one. Some would t§li yoa to evidences his good by'advertising in Mr. Smith ought to succeed at the livery business in Algona. He will have a better lot of horses than Mr. Edwards had and will be equipped in everyway to. run a first class livery stable. The fact that the REPUBLICAN has been offering premius to subscribers as an inducement for them to pay for the paper in advance is costing some of our dear contemporaries a great deal of "distress and anguish of mind." They would like to make it appear that the REPUBLICAN is doing a "catchpenny," give you the paper to subscribe" kind of a business. The Upper Des Moines and Bancroft Register have thrown out intimations to that effect. It is a pretty mean kind of an intimation. The REPUBLICAN has been offering and will continue to offer premiums to subscribers who pay for the paper a year in advance. The premium offers apply to both old and new subscribers and we have not deviated from the cash in single instance. advance rule in a We do not require cash in advance subscriptions and offer the premiums simply as an inducement for our subscribers to pay in advance. It is a hard matter to keep subscription accounts squared up on the books as every country newspaper publisher knows and it is the experience of the REPUBLICAN that it pays to offer a reasonable inducement of some kind for subscribers to pay up in advance. If this method of doing business doesn't suit our contemporaries, we can't help it. We run the REPUBLICAN to suit ourselves. As our list has increased 25 per cent in Kossuth county within the past six months we are pretty well satisfied with our own .method of running a newspaper. We venture to say that the RKPUHUCAN has more paid up in advance subscribers in proportion to its list than any other paper in Kossuth county. Our books show over 90 subscriptions paid during the month of December. Most of them were paid up for a year in advance. The record for January will be almost as good not quite. It naturally causes our contemporaries some anguish of mind to see the RKPUI.HJCAN prosper, but if they had sense enough to keep quiet and not make so much noise about it their distress would be less apparent. The. Deniorest Contest. The following is the program for the Demorest Medal Contest, Friday evening, Jan, 22d, at 7:30 p. m., in the Congregational church: Music. No. L—The Two Fires. No. 2.—A National Curse. No. 8.—Prohibition, the Hope pf our Country. No. 4.—At War with the Constitution. Music. No. 5.—A Barrel of Whiskey. No. (i.—The Rumseller's Legal No. 7.—Two Pictures from Life. " No. 8.—Patriotic Prohibition. Music. Awarding of Medals. Agricultural Society Meeting. The regular annual meeting of the Kossuth County Agricultural Society will be held at the court house on Wednesday Jan. 27, at 1 o'clock p. m. for the election of officers and the transaction of other important business. The members of the society and all Kossuth County farmers are requested to be present and take part. D. D. DODGE. President. Assftclatlon Sailed tt> order. the practicability of torimiiR a union tohtt tnu-pdseot furnishing lleady Prints. J. Ji Bruer, 'I' i v -»«»<2W, A»,L. Newton, Committee, Contracting Foreign Advertising, P. Q. Lee, J. 0. Bennett, J. u. ttwiuburne, Committee. Selecting place for summer meeting. Election of oUlcers. Miscellaneous btislif&s. Normal School reception at the residence of Ambrose A. Call Thursday evening. FMIDAY MOHNIJfG Association called to order. Reading constitution and enrolling ne\v members, Kepot-t of committee on County Printing, J. (f. Dim-ell, M. H. Klchards, w. J. Anderson, Buying Supplies, Committee, Led by 0. A. Sehaffter, Eagle Grove Gazette. Paper— Courtesy In Journalism, Lawrence J. Anderson, llolfo Argus. Appointment of committees. Miscellaneous business. Prlvo about town Friday afternoon. MIIDAV EVENING. At the Congregational church.- Invocation, Kev. W. E. v BavUlson Address of Welcome, Mayor L. A, Sheets Kespouse, . F. Q. Lee, Vice President Music. Address-Tile Editor's Dividing Line, Hon. Lafe Young, Des Moines Capital'. Recitation, Miss Maud Cowan Music, The Moral in Newspaper Work, Hoii. W. M. McKarland, Secretary of State. Music, Report of committee on resolutions, Closing business of the session. HANQtlKT At the Court House, Friday evening, after the- program at the church. Open to all ; given by the Woman's lielief Corps : TOASTS 15 V ED1TOUS. Miss Edith Train, Toastmlstress Our Hosts, H. n. Bush . Garner Signal The Chilly Question, Al. Adams, Ilumboidt Independent Personality of the Editor. J. Ii. Hungerford, Carroll Herald The Grip. KU. Bailey, Britt Tribune Our Organization, W. l. Hnuiuigan, Emmetsburg Democrat TOASTS JIV CITIZENS. Hon . C. L. Lund, Toastmaster Our Guests, Geo. E. Clarke Pioneering in Journalism, Ambrose A. Call What to Head, Mrs. C. A. Ingham Art and Romance in Advertising, Prof. F. M. Ohaffee Northern Iowa, J. R. Jones EVANGELIST PALMER COMING. He will .Commence Work at the Baptist church next Thursday Evening 1 . Rev. C. W. Palmer the evangelist will be here to commence his work in revival meetings at the Baptist church Thursday evening January 21st. Very profitable meetings are anticipated as llev. Palmer is a very successful evangelist. He was recently engaged at Newton Kansas where he accomplished great results. We copy from the Newton Daily Republican the following report of one of his meetings: "On Sunday afternoon at 3 o'clock a second meeting for children and youths was held in which seventy more added their names to the list of those who professed a faith in Christ. In the evening the capacity of tho large- auditorium of the Baptist church was again tested, when the evangelist addressed over a thousand people on "The Ark and the Deluge." It was an horn- never to be forgotten. At the close of-' the meeting the crowd was so dense that a second meeting was held by dividing the audience. In the second meeting the inquirers were invited forward and filled some half dozen lines of pews across the middle section of the house from aisle to aisle; many of the inquirers were men and women." The Homeliest Man In Algona As well as the handsomest, and others are invited to call on any druggist and get free a trial bottle of Kemp's Balsam lor the Throat and Lungs, a remedy that is selling entirely upon its merits and isgua- rranteed to relieve and cure all Chronic and Acute Coughs, Asthma, Bronchitis and Consumption. Large bottles 50 cts. and $1. You Cua Holy Upon Hood's Sarsaparilla as a positive remedy for every form of scrofula, salt rheum, boils, pimples aad all other diseases caused by impure blood. It eradicates every empurity and at the same time tones and vitalizes the whole system. Constipation, and all troubles with the digestive organs and the liver, are cured by Hood's Pills pill. Unequalled as a dinner Her Head W*» Level "Bay, Jennie, will you tove «§.» "Jjfo, Tow." "Wbf apt. JfiRwi^t '"Cause youc^rrybaMleslay^w pwi*t Tow." Why is a crow like a lawyer? He likes to havg his caws heard. WhiteuH m»a Softens tho Skin. Ro/odoro is the safest of all toilet preparations for whitening the complexion. It is a hygienic luxury, being most agreeable to use and leaving the sUin in a pure, refreshed ard healthy condition. Delicately perfumed. Mrs. D. B. Howard, San Francisco, writes, "It has made my skiu pure and white as a little childe." Price 75 cts. Try a bottle. Sent free oa receipt of price, and so wrapped it' cannot be toJd. Address, The Rozodoro Co., South, Bend, Ind. Agents wanted. Ask BrwgglBt tot free bottle Dr. Miles' Nervine. An Englishman may think that if Uncle Sam bits Chili between her "i's" he would catcU "1,'•' but Uncle Sam keeps oa whit* tjing wood and says nothing.—Ex. "Oh! how Dreadfully yellow »j&d greasy ray face is getting." Say do you know this is all caused by a disordered liver, and (bat your skiu can bo changed from a dark greaey yellow to a V»e»pwe»* wbite by the use of Begga' BiQo4 Purffte? M4 Bloo4 it»ker! ly^r bottle .V\sJ

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