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THE REPUBLICAN, ALGONA, IOWA, WfcDNKSDAY, MAKCtt 2, 1802, arid NttHMffi of WM, , MlLWAUKfiH AND 9*. PAUL, AlGONi REPUBLICAN passenger *»» v>" ifreight 1. AM am Swayfrelght „.;„,,, , freight.. 8:V? P m OOINO BAST. «?M??«8!! ; —'.'SSprn 4 pMsenget.. io way freight ..12:15 , ..2:30 Chicago & Northwestern ll'y. GOING NOHTH AND WE8T. -Jfrelght accommodation .............. » -is a m Chicago Mail and Express ........... 3 :.H p m GOING SOXJTH AND EAST. ALOONA, IOWA, MAR, 2,1892. KOSSUTH COUNTY MARKETS, A sevefc year old daughte^ol H, BUI-US' dted last ' Simdaf:" atitf buried yesterday. Geo. E. Clarke has been ALGONA MARKETS. Corn 24 Butter 20 Hogs 4.40 Barley 25 Timothy 85 data S3 Eggs 13 Cattle. $0.00 @ $0.00 Wheat.. 70 Flax 75 Weight accommodation ............. S:«Sm Chloago Mail and Express ............ 2 :3i p m Chicago passenger "aches DesMolnes at ? M «n nhir-airo fi -BO >v. m., ana Kansas uiiy lft£'ni° Tickets for -sale 'to all points In the •Jnited States and Canada, PROFESSIONAL & BUSINESS DIRECTORY, B. ff. DANSON. DANSON BROS., ATTORNEYS AT Office over Frank Bros. w. o. DANSON. LAW, Algona, Iowa. E. V. SWETTING. ATTORNEY AT LAW, Money to loan. Algona, Iowa. w. B. QUAKTON! ATTORNEY AT LAW, Ofllce over Kossuth Co. Bank. Algona, Iowa. GEO. E. CLAKKE, ATTORNEY AT LAW, Office over 1st National Bank, Algona, Iowa. S. S. SESSIONS. ATTORNEY AT LAW, Loans and Insurance. Special attention given to collections of all kinds. Omcc over Ohrischllles'store. Algona, Iowa. JAS. BARK, M. D., PHYSICIAN AND SURGEON, Office at residence. Algona, Iowa. OXTB C1UB1UNG LIST. The REPUBLICAN and any one of the journals named below will be sent to any address for one year at the following reduced rates: KEWSPAPEHS. Des Moines llegister §200 Iowa Capital 2 no Semi Weekly DCS Moines News M.25 Sionx City Journal ' 2 If. 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Offlee on State street, ALGONA, IOWA. G. T. WEST, M. D., PHYSICIAN AND SURGEON, Office at residence. Algona, Iowa,, DE. L. A. SHEETZ, DRUGGIST AND STATIONER, Prescriptions illled. Deals in paints, oils, books, perfumeries, etc. Cor. Stare and Thorington sts. Ahjona.Iowa. T. J. FELLING, M. D. PHYSICIAN AND SURGEON, Consultation In English and German. Over Uoetch's store, Whittemore, Iowa. CHAS. McCORMACK, ECLECTIC PHYSICIAN, Guarantees to cure Catarrh. All telegrams will receive prompt attention and I will pay for the same. ' Wesley, Iowa. Notice is hereby given to the voters of the City of Algona, Iowa, pursuant to the ordinances of said city, that the General Annual election for the various Oity Officers for said city will be held on the SEVENTH DAY OF MARCH, 1893, at which time the following City Officers are to be elected, viz : One Councilman from the First Ward, to succeed J.G. Smith. One Councilman from the Second Ward, to succeed J. W. Hinchon. One Councilman from the Third Ward, to succeed A. C. Johns. One Councilman from the Fourth Ward, to succeed J. F. Nlcoulin. One Councilman from the Fouith Ward, to fill vacancy. Of all of which you will take due notice. Given under my hand this 17th day of Feb- marv, A. D. 1892. L. A. SHEET/.. Mayor. LOCAL NEWS AND NOTES. E. E. SAYERS, D. V. M., VETERINARY PHYSICIAN AND SURGEON, yg-nmr-a west of the Thorington House, Algona.Iowa. HOSPITAL Accommodations. DANSON & HUTCHISON, REAL ESTATE, INSURANCE. Office over Kossuth County Kink. Also do i loan and insurance business. Algona, Iowa. C. B. MATSON, REAL ESTATE, FARM LOANS AND INSURANCE, Office with Dingley & Moffatt. Algona, Iowa. GEO. C. CALL, REAL ESTATE AND ABSTRACT OFFICE For information in regard to lands in Northwestern Iowa, write to him, Thorington street, Algona, Iowa. A. D. CLARKE & CO. FARM LOANS. Office on Dodge street, Algona, Iowa, P. L. SLAG-LE, Manufacturer of and dealer in Harness and Harness Goods, ALGONA. IOWA. Do you want an auctioneer? D. A. HAGGARD Will cry city and farm property, make col- leotious, etc. All business of a private nature Strictly confidential. Office with F. M. Taylor. E. G. BOWYER, DKAIJSR IN WATCHES, CLOCKS AND JEWELRY, All kinds of Silverware. Repairing a specialty. Hotel and Restaurant. A, P, HALL, Proprietor, State street, Algona. ng and meals. Board by the day or Tenjis fl per Ofy, t&«> P« r week with . J8.SB per week lot d»y board. Grandma Heckart is quite ill. Court is in session, Judge Carr presiding. James C. Taylor Post meets March 9th at 1:30 p. m. A son was born to Mr. and Mrs. Geo. Kelly last Wednesday. The meetings at the M. E. church continue this week with fair success. J. B. Jones came up from Des Moines Monday morning to attend court. Mrs. S. A. Sawvel started Thursday the 25th to eastern Ohio for a six weeks visit among friends. Some of the ladies of Algona gave a leap year ball at the Thorington House yesterday evening. Matt Richardson has sold his residence property in the south part of town to a Mr. Evans who works for Bradley & Nicoulin. Dr. McCormack who practiced in Wesley for four years has now returned to resume his old practice and will be glad to see all old patrons. lion. J.G. Smith was in town over Sunday. He says the prospect for a report of the normal school committee favorable to Algona is very good. The regular monthly meeting of the Young Ladies Foreign Missionary Society will be held on Saturday March 5th at three o'clock with Mrs. Black. A new two story warehouse is being built upon the west of the Court House by A. M. & G. M. Johnson. They move into the Rink Building with their implements for the present. At a meeting of the directors of the County Agricultural Society yesterday afternoon a quorum was not present and the meeting was adjourned to the 15th March to meet at one o'clock at S. S. Session's office. There is to be a school exhibition at the Weisbrodt school house in Fenton township next Friday evening. The Moore, Newell and Weisbrodt schools tonight by Miss Wessell, Wagner and Grunhaughen will combine in giving the exhibition. Ensign Heald of Des Moines, one of the organizers of the salvation army, was in Algona over Sunday and held meetings at the Free Methodist church in the afternoon and evening. He decided for some reason not to establish a barracks at Algona and left Monday morning for Mason City, the last week but we are glad to fet>ort that he is improving. -Elmer Slagle spent three days in Cedar Rapids last week and tofts home this week on his regular lay-off. C. S. Pendleton Was down from the north end of the county yesterday transacting business at the county capital. The bean sxipper at the Court House Hall was very liberally patronised last Wednesday evening, the receipts being over $70. Mr. Richard Baker of Seneca had his feet badly crushed in a hay press last week. Dr. McCoy was called in attendance. Banker Stephens of Ledyard was in town over, Sunday. He is confident he is going to be cashier of the bank of Ledyard. There was a rear end collision on the Milwaukee road near Mason City yesterday in which four men were seriously injured. Court was adjourned yesterday until the 28th of the month on account of the sickness of Geo. E. Clarke and one or two other attorneys. A fifteen cent supper will be served in the Baptist church Thursday from 5:30 p. m. until all are served. A cordial invitation is extended to all. Corwith Crescent: Mr. Plumley, of Algona, is in our city figuring on building a house on his farm three miles north of Corwith, 16x20, with 9 foot posts. Lawyers Soper of Emmetstfurg, Parker of Spencer, and Judge COok of Webster City are among the foreign legal lights who came in to attend Court. By the courtesy of, Sec'y. of State Me Farland we are in receipt of a copy of the new Official Register. It is the most complete issue of the Register yet published. Algona Grange will give a chicken pie dinner March llth, the last~day of the Farmers Institute. Dinner from 12 o'clock until all are served. Tickets 25 cts. Every body invited. Letters remaining uncalled for in the post office; Tressa Brink, F. H. Taylor, Ippalito Ipadafore, Theo. Dunn, C. B. Clarke, Geo. Carter, I. Freeman, C. E. Johnson. Mrs. D. Setchell while hanging some wall paper last Saturday afternoon had the misfortune to fall from a step ladder, breaking her right arm above the elbow. Dr. Morse reduced the fraqture. The entertainment by the young ladies of the Congregational church last Friday evening was very largely attended, the house being full. The performance was excellent in every respect. Grandpa Roberts requests us to say that it was not his intention to have the impression get abroad that he was the author of the poem "Universal ism against Itself." We understood from Mr. Roberts that he laid claim to the authorship of the poem but as it seems we were mistaken we gladly give space to the correction. Saloons "Raided by CMtstabltf and His Be'pnties—Resista at the Alderman Dive* COtt&T itAf DAKS, , Be ft« Adjottftied Scssion^fhe REVOLVERS AUK Alderman.ami Loo Horning 1 Arrested Upon the Charge of Resisting fttt Officer and Hound Over td the Grand Jury. Last Friday morning two search warrants were placed in the hands of constable Tellier, one conveying authority to search the Hackman premises next to the Tennant House and the other to search Aldermans billiard hall establishment on State street opposite the post office. Mr. Tellier selected two deputies, Olof Johnson and A. Erickson. They were immediately qualified and the search made. Constable Tellier first proceeded with his posse to the Hackman premises which were thoroughly searched from garret to celler. Nothing more was found than a very poor quality of ginger ale and other Fourth of July beverages which are not considered intoxicating. Mr. Tellier then marched with his two J. W. Hinchon, the Russian relief committeeman for this county, has collected in the neighborhood of $500 cash, besides a large quantity of grain. If every county does as well there will be an end to the famine in Russia. Mr. Hinchon is to be commended for the business like way in which he has taken hold of the work of raising the relief fund. The establishment of the new real estate firm of Lund & Ryan is announced elsewhare in the RJSPUHLICAN- Mr. Ryan comes from Fort Dodge and is very highly spoken of by the Fort Dodge papers as a citizen and a business man. We are glad to have Mr. Ryan locate in Algona. Mr. Lund has established a large land business in northern Iowa which will form the basis of a still larger business for the new firm. We understand that the Algona Courier is to make its proposed change to a six column quarto paper this week. The six column quarto form is an excellent thing for a country paper as the objectionable patent insides are thus folded on the inside of the paper where they are the less liable to be noticed. We would suggest to the Courier that it would be a good plan to still further conceal its "innards" by pasting the edges of the paper together so that the inquisitive} reader will be unable to unfold the paper and get at the rich things on the inside. j Dr. Canter, a traveling optician of some note, will be in Algona at the Tennant House March 10, 11 and 12, three days only. His ad is elsewhere in thi§ paper. The doctor refers to the following people in Waverly where he has just been: Mrs. E. L, Smalley, J. M. Maurer, G. W. Appel, D. B. Cutler and wife, Mrs. S. Hall, M. Shepard, J. F. Grawe, L. C. Hanlon, E. J. Kaufman, Mrs. May Wright, M. H. Robinson, Mrs. Laura Stevenson, Miss Mary. Gervecke, Mrs. Sophin, Jay Davjs, Myron A. Roheabacher. Mrs. Janeji, Stone, Mrs. Alyina Hoppenwortb, Mr§, L. L. Barton, Mm,H, C.£chlubBJweysir. deputies upon Alderman's billiard half where the fun took place. No one was in the saloon at the time but the proprietor Joe Alderman and of course Lee Horning who has long been a fixture of the establishment. Mr. Alderman was handed the search warrant and after reading it gave his permission for the search to be made. The search was accordingly commenced but before it had proceeded very far Mr. Alderman changed his mind and ordered the search to be discontinued. Tellier showed no disposition to obey the order and Alderman made a move for the drawer where he keeps his revolvers and other munitions of war. Mr. Tellier happened to be between Alderman and his arsenal and an encounter naturally took place. The air was filled for a few minutes with large chunks of profanity—Alderman did all of the swearing. In a moment Alderman drew back to strike Tellier,when— TABLEAU —deputy constable Olof Johnson drew his revolver and leveled it upon Alderman. Lee Horning then fished a revolver out of his hip pocket and leveled it upon Olof Johnson. Upon this demonstration the search was adjourned for a short time. The premises were left in charge of the two deputies and Constable Tellier went out and secured warrants for the arrest of both Alderman and Horning upon the charge of resisting an officer. Both men submitted to arrest without resistance. They were brought before Esq. Thompson and asked for a sep- erate hearing. Alderman's case was heard Friday afternoon and he was bound over to await the action of the Grand Jury in the sum of $200. Bail was furnished by Bert Salisbury and Frank Winkel. Horning had his hearing Monday afternoon and he was bound over in the sum of $100. •James Finnigan going his bonds. Lawyer Sullivan conducted the defense in both cases. After the arrest were - made Tellier procured the keys to the building and locked the crowd out made a thorough search. He found and seized upon several cases of a drink labeled "health restorer.'' As we go to press the grand jury are in session upon the two cases. ReptibHeafi's $10,000 Owing to the sickness flf Geo. E. Clarke who has one side of n mitriber of important cases, court will be ad* jdurned until the 28th of the month as soon as one of two ctfses have been' disposed of. The case of the Mctiormick Harvesting Machine Company vs. Matt Richardson is on trial today. Soper- & Jones are attorneys for plaintiff * and Danson and Parker for defendant. • In the case of Jennie Chambers vs. Wm. Chambers a divorce was granted, and the divorced lady proceeded to hurry her neck for a second time into the matrimonial noose by marrying a man named Richard Halley in about fifteen minutes after the divorce had been granted. THE UEPUBLICAN'S I.I1JEL SUIT. The $10,000 libel case has been again continued, much to the disgust of the REPUBLICAN. The excuse for continuance offered this time by the doctor's crowd was that some one of their numerous attorneys was sick. It did not come to the knowledge of the REPUBLICAN until Monday that Geo. E. Clarke had been retained by "'dr:" Hathaway in addition to the two Argo's and Mr. McDuffie. How much more counsel has been engaged by the "doctor" is not known to us at this writing and is furthermore a matter of very little concern. It seems to be a part of his purpose to engage sufficient attorneys to have a sure thing on some one or more of them being sick whenever the case is called for trial. We should think it a humiliating thing for a "doctor" of the 'wonderful skill of Hathaway to come into court and ask for a continuance upon the grounds that his attorneys were sick. It is probable that the attorneys are not willing to take any of his medicine. The motion for continuance is as funny a thing as we have seen in a long season. In addition to the excuse of Mr. Clarke's sickness, the petition sets forth the elder Argo fell down an elevator shaft not long ago and strained his back. It further alleges that Mr. McDuffie is not acquainted with the case and that the younger Argo doesn't know enough about law to try it. The case cannot come to trial a minute too soon to suit the Algona REPUBLICAN. We have twice met the "doctor's" attorneys in court and twice demanded a trial and the case has been twice continued against our vigorous objections. It would seem that # the "doctor" is not overlv anxious to have the case come to a trial. HB should stop and consider the financial loss that he is experiencing by having the case continued. Reckoning money at current rates of interest he has already lost upwards of $300 by foolishly having the case continued, while the REPUBLICAN has had the use of its $10,000. We forgot to mention that Hathaway and the older Argo were present in person yesterday to see that the case was properly continued. The "doctor" JPflbie School Jfte^wrV Mlowirigti'.ft'B&mpafattve report of thedfcj schools for months ending Feb. 1892 f.sfi • fini 411 A' 438.0 40S 23 6H H5.7 Oil.O fi 800 27,18§li and Feb. 26,1882: 1861 total enfdllmmit 622 Monthly enrollment ...........'.. 440 Average belonging.. iio.l Average attendance 370.2 Days ot absence ....013 Pupil's tardiness 61 Visits I'er cent of attendance .. M) veroent of puiicltiallty. o».7 Teacher's tardiness 1 No. neither absent nor tardy .... 122 The following items show a decided improvement in the report for month just ended over that Of a year ago: 1 The average attendance for this month Is 86.72 greater. 2 The number of tardy pupils is 28 less. 3 The per cent of attendance is 0.7 greater. 4 The number neither absent nor tardy is 184 greater. Rooms taught by Misses Chesley, Wise and Pettibpne had no tardiness during this month. Mrs. Horton had no absence for 19 days of the 20. Respectfully W. H. DIXSON. The on Seneca Creamery Company the Witness Stand. EDITOR REPUBLICAN: DEAB Sin— It would seem that. our annual report published in your paper which was intended as an item of news to let the public know Avhat was being done and what could be done under favorable circumstances, has succeeded in stirring up the wild animals. While we did not seek a controversy and of course could not expect to compete with Burt, situated on the railroad with its 750,000 Ibs. of milk per month—according to the figures of A Reader— yet we don't propose to take a back seat for any one, not even Burt, but will keep right along doing the best we can. Our creamery is situated just nine miles from a rail road. We paid $1,321 per ton for drawing every ton of coal we used and $3 per ton for drawing butter and freight last season. We paid the board of directors, treasurer and secretary for their services,- and if any one else did any work for us and have not got their pay if they will send in their bill we have a little money left yet. We paid eight per cent interest on stock. The only work donated was filling the ice house last winter, which cut down our running expenses 84.16S- per month, as that amount is what it cost us to get it filled this year. Mr. Nicholson wants data from which we figure, which we will give with the greatest of pleasure. We figured from May 18, 1891, to Dec. 3t, 1891, leaving out four of the best months of the year which would bring our average a considerable higher. Please bear that in mind when you make your figures. If there are any more figures you want, * Bro. Nicholson, let us know and we will try and accommodate you. We will close by making you this proposition. If you will furnish us the amount of milk you claimed to have last sea- is a good looking man—looks much like his picture in the advertisements. He wears a nice French beard, about the color of the fringe on an Irish setters' tail. We did not have the pleasure of making his acquaintance but hope to have that pleasure at the next term of court. If we fail to have the pleasure it will not be because we have asked the court to have the case continued. Unless something very unf orseen transpires we will be on hand the next time the case is called for trial. Meeting of Algona Lodge No. 174 K. of P. Friday evening. Work on the rank of page. J. F. Lacy has sold his residence property in Algona to C. E. Walker, who will move to Algona very shortly. We understand that John Geoders has bought out Cady & Hallock's business at Burt and that he will run the store in connection with his business in Algona. Next Saturday at 2:30 the Baptist people will gather for monthly covenant service. An opportunity will be given for reception of new members. Next Lord's day is the bi-monlhly communion service. The hand of fellowship will be extended. The canvass for the new church is moving on satisfactorily. Mr. W. W. Alcorn of Seneca speaks further upon creamery matters in this week's REPUBLICAN in answer to Mr. Nicholson's communication of last •week. The discussion has so far served to bring out the fact that both creameries have done a good business and paid remarkably good returns to patrons. The columns of the REPUBLICAN are free to all friendly discussions on the creamery subject as they are free to the discussion of any other subject of interest to tbe farmers. As artistic a piece of cemetery work as we have ever seen has just been finished by Mr. Geo. Shelley, of the Algona Marble Works. It is .from an original design and is very well executed. It will pay any one who has the time to step into tbe marble shop and take note of the work that is being done. There is no better workman than Mr. Shelley and the firm by. making a praetioeof satisfy' ' trons fcave built, up a. big 1 margin* line. - -!- 1 *KSHBPWP«BFS*** »m Licensed to marry, M. T. Godfrey and Ella M. Brunk, Richard Halley and Jennie Chambers, Dennie Kinsley and Maggie McDonald, A. J. Cloy and Mary A. Mogan. Following have been fixed upon as voting places for the coming city election: 1st ward.Byson's office. 2nd ward, Skating rink. 3rd ward, not yet determined. 4th ward, Sheriff's office. Next Monday. You've No Idea How nieely Hood's Sarsaparilla hits the needs of people who feel "ail tired out" or "run down" from any cause. It seems to oil up the whole mechanism of the body so that all moves smoothly and work becomes a positive-delight. Be sure to get Hood's. Hood's Pills act especially upon tbe liver, arousing it from turpidity to its natural duties, cure constipation and assist digestion. FOB SALE. An improved farm of 160 acres on sec. 30 twp. 99 range 30, one mile south of tbe rail road now being located through said township. P. H. HUTCHINS, 22tf Algona, Iowa. If dull, spiritless and stupid; if your blood is thick and sluggish; if your appetite is capricious and uncertain, you need a Sarsaparilla. For best results take DeWitt's. Tbe snow is melting on tbe plain Beneath tbe solar ray; We'll soon begin to ask again: "What was the score today ?" It is a teed and immutable law that to have good, sound health cue must bave pure, rich aud abundaot blood. Tb*re U oo ehorter nor surer route son, if we don't pay the patrons more for the milk than you did we will agree never to publish another report. Respectfully yours, W. S W. ALCORN, Sec. Seneca Creamery Co. You will never regret sending three 2-cent stamps to pay postage to A. P. Ordway & Co., Boston, Mass., for a copy of Dr. Kaufman's great medical work; 100 pages colored illustrations; of great value to- every family. A Nevada hunter spent three . months looking for a grizzly bear and the man's relatives have spent three months looking- for him. They think he must have found the bear Mrs.L.R.Patton, Rockford, 111., writes: "From personal experience I can recommend De Witt's Sarsaparilla, a cure for impure blood and general debility." "How did the surprise party gQ otf last night?" "Double quick time. The surprised people thought they were burglars and turned the hose on them." A Beautiful Complexion. Ladies using Rozodoro have beautiful complexions, It removes face redness, tan, freckles, pimples, blackheads, liver spots, moth patches, etc., and leaves the skin soft pure and white. Ethel Wolfe, the famous actress, says: "I have used Rozodoro for years. It is harmless aad the best skin beautifler I ever tried." Price 75c; try a bottle. Sent free on receipt of price in a plain wrapper. Address The Rozodoro Co-., South Bend, Hod, Agents wanted. JJronse Turkey* for Sale. I have eight full blooded Bronze Turkey Gobblers that I will sell cheap, quality considered* T. J. JULIAN. Doesn't that lot across tbe way belong to you? Then why do you allow those bill posters to stick up their horrid pictures of ballet dancers on it? J should like to know what you gain by it anyhow? 1 J get t*|0 tickets. bow dreadfully yellow apd greasy my face is getting." Say do you know tbisisall caused by » disordered liver, that y our iWBWwbfl changed from ffffiftflV YfillOtlBF tO ft trftnflnflTftBlf i ^9mWy^f j| PKaPNFTT *W rip- 'I 1 'J ipPS^-f^l^W-rt 1 ^fs^ ' -

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