Do You Want a Map of Kossuth County, Corrected To Date ? THE REPUBLICANS xrrvr WI ALGONA, KOSSUTH COUNTV, IOWA, WE DNKH DAY, A 1>R ILK, i.y.^. tf 0.' »7. f Ambrose A. Call, f D. H, ,r , " . "* . 7' ^'^ President. . i>' i , L^il 1 } / ' oasnitr. In W m « U4 *»~ ^auM • •« A^J ^_. At-GOlSA, IOWA %S=S^ Highest of all in Leavening Power.—Latest U. S. Gov't Report. -T ; A. 1>. Clarke, President. Chas. Chubb, Vice President. Chas. C. St. Clair, Cashier. CAPITAL $50,000. ^^ ^ w, H. lug-ham, «T. President. B. Jones, Vice President. Smith, I Cashier. KOSSUTH COUNTY BANK TERRIFIC WIND STORM, Look at This and See If there is anything you need in the Shoe Line. Now the time to bnv. Ladies' Shoes; Ladies Shoes Lailies Shoe,, Ladies Sl MISSOURI, NEBRASKA, ILLINOIS, KANSAS AND IOWA VISITED. Mens' Shoes Me p. s .Sluje;-; Metis rthneM Former Price frs.of) umv SJ.K). FiH'incr Price $:•>.<)() now $1.7"). I-Y>niu.T Price fc'.To mnv 91.-5!). former Price 8:2 .ij no\v SI .L'"). FornK.-r Price $4.o(> now $;]."•"">. Fonm/r Price ">.2» now J.75. Former Price 2,- r >0 now 1. •">(». l'';ri;i<'r l j rk;e -.'Jo n.... ,._,. r'oniirr Price l.<>-> now 1.10. IT row A~fo\VA CAPITA!, $50,000. W. Wadswortli, Burnst Devine. JOHN GROVE LIVERY, FEED, AND SALE STABLE. Great toss of I/ifi> >uiel Property Re, ported from Various Points—Sevon- Storr Building Blown Down at Chleatro nnil a Doxen People Killed—At Least Flftv Lives Lost Throujjhout Kansas Ana llegult of tlio Storm. Best of Horses and West of .Thorington House. M. Z. GROVE, MANAGER. F A |r^ • • • ^\ M ^ I f\ We can now make loans on Improved ft U H|| I I I A Hl^fe. Lands from one to ten year's time and 11 K ni| 111 1A |l| J^ give the borrower the privilege of paying f^l | •• | L.%Jf«| V^J tbe whole loan or any part thereof In • •••••• mm**** »»«^^ even $100 at any time when interest..falls due This is Iowa Money, and no second mortgage or coupons are taken. This plan o?maklne a loaavvill enable the borrower to reduce nis mortgage at any time and save the"ntSest on the! amount paid. Money furnished at once on perfect title. Call ou or address. H.'HOXIE, Algona, Iowa. We are not in the Pool. iS2 Years Experience right here in Kossuth county, work. Our books are not for sale. We are here to stay. We guarantee our Prices reasonable. JONES & SMITH, A'gona, Iowa. REPAIRING NEATLY DONE. At Lacy's Old Stand, opposite Tennent House, ALGONA, IOWA. LIVERY and FEED CHICAGO, April a.—A terrific wind and thunder storm passed over the city at 6 p.m., wrecking buildings and demolishing outhouses and prostrating telegraph -wires. The seven-story brick building at 14 and 16 Pierce street, on the West Side, was struck by the wind and crushed like an eggshell. The building was surrounded by one and two-story buildings, the homes of laboring men, which were also wrecked, killing and injuring the occupants. The killed are as follows: DAVID HULET, 6 months old. HOKACE MOTT, 5 years old. EDDIE MOTT, 2 years old. MRS. ELIZA ALLEN. Mns. J. L. GOWAS. WILLIAM GOWAK, 3 years old. MAHY GOWAK. 4 years old. MARY WAL»H, SO years old. A niece of Mrs. Gowan is missing. The Injured Are: James Gowan, 30 years old; may live, Alice Hewlett, cannot live. Mrs. Ada Keowen, will die. James Mott, will die. Mrs. James Mott, will die. Jane Mott, 12 years old; may die. Mamie Mott, 10 years old, will probably die Hoi-ace Wygant, will die. , . v ...... Horace Wygaut, infant; will die. Mrs. Ella Gleason, slightly injured. Mrs. Kate O'Shaunessy, slightly cut. Mark Soavey, cut about the head by falling debris. There were several others who were slightly injured. The towns of Ban^n and f-janta An?a in Texas were heavily visited. Three persons lost their lives and ten were injured at the former place, while at the latter thirteen were injured and one death occurred. Little has been heard from the interior of the state and grave apprehension is felt as to the condition of affairs in cattle districts toward the Indian terriorry where the storm rased in its greatest fury. Iowa .Suffers Heavily. Throughout Iowa a hurricane prevailed a greater part of Friday and Fitfdjay night, and although so far as heard from there was no loss of life, the property damage will probably be Mpprthan in any other state. At _0tfjMoines, Boone, Stnart, Mount Ayr, Ottniinwa, Muscatine, Marshalltown, Dubnque aod many other places, buildings were unroofed, windows smashed, trees uprooted and liver crafts sunk by the gale. At Des Moinea the damage •yrill be upwards of $100,000. A passenger train, running at full speed was blown from the track near Burlington and four passengers injured. I Great Destruction la Nebraska. | Great destruction us reported from (Nebraska. At Button, Norfolk and SPlattamouth the damage was serious, R KM KM ;•.;•::•.—%'.-<• aiv c.<:-.••; ir.:; out our shoes ami arc noL Hi;ilii)j? a lev/ old l>ai|| LANGDON & HUDSC^. / / . QUEAL 8^ CO LUMBER Handle only the Best G-rades and sell at Very Lowest prices. We euvry !i LEWIS E. SMITH, Prop. Successor to J. G. Edwards. South of Tennent House, ALGONA. STORM SUMMARY. Briefly COMPLETE STOCK In All of the Biff >rent Lines And will meet All Competition; *i but Beatrice, Elk Creek, Beaver Citj and Nebraska City also suffered heavily. As in Kansas, little has been heard from tbe farming districts, where the storm raged all day and all night over the plains with unobstructed fury.* Loss of life is sure to have resulted. Missouri Got Off tlfently. Missouri seems to have been lightly visited, except on the western edge. Kansas City was roughly shaken up, and unroofed houses, uprooted trees and tangled telegraph wires bear testimony to the strength of the gale. Sedalia, too, suffered rather heavily,'-but the rest of the state escaped practically unscathed. In Minnesota and Wisconsin. Minnesota and Wisconsin felt only the dying breath of the giant gale, and although the cities of Beloit and Q-reeii Bay in the latter state sustained con- ALGONA MARBLE WORKS, We would call attention to tlie fact that we are located here permanently, for the manufacture and 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 guarantee all work to be equal to the best. We are the only manufacturers of cemetery work In Kossuth Co. Therefore.please give us a call before placing your order and be convinced that by fair and honorable dealing, we are worthy your patronage. SHELLEY * HALL, Proprietor, Bast State St., Algona, Iowa. NEW ABSTRACT OFFICE. Tbe undersigned having purchased the abstract books of C. M. Doxsee, A. D. Clarke & Co , and W. H. Nycum, are prepared to do neat and reliable work in that Hne at living prices. We have but one pollcy-tbatof fair dealing and courtesy toward all. With this, supplemented by promptness, striet attention to business, and none but first-class work, we trust we shall merit and receive the patronage formerly bestowed upon our worthy predecessors. Office at th.e old stand of C. M. Doxsee, where we will be pleased to meet and make the acquaintance of our patrons and all others who may favor us by calling. Very respectfully, HAY & RICE, Abstractors. f* L LUND ESTABLISHED 1880, LTJUsTD & (Successors to C. L. LUND.) J. J. RYAN. Real Estate Dealers, Algona,Iowa, We wisli to announce to tbe readers ol the REPUBLICAN that we have extraordinary facilities for the sellinK of "arms aud unimproved lands in Northern Iowa, and we tnvittf everybody who wish to i dispose of their PiSperty, to call on us at our office iu Algooa or to correspond. A£ soon Tas spring opens we have a large uumbtr of customers from the eastern states who veldv 10 come out and secure a piece of Iowa soil at reasonable prices. We believe m fair U ATwa°u U t to7eU e yo U ur ££perty ^^ttta wgrtu^doa'i waste au^ ttmejn list.ug Wake up! Spring is here! Summer is coming! Put your houses in order! Call on C. H-O^ETW^XuL, Who is ready to do your work in the quickest and best way. House Painting. Work guwmteed, to be of Latest Style and Beet Quality. Orders by postal oudto left at his house willrec^ve Reports Received, at Chicago Summarized. CHICAGO, April 2.—Reports of the storm show it to have been ^the most general aa to extent of territory for many years. The states of Kansas, Colorado, Nebraska, Iowa, Missouri, Wisconsin, Illinois, Texas and Indiana were •wept by a furious storm of wind, raiu and hail, in some places rising to the force of a tornado, and nowhere falling below the danger line of velocity. Owing to the general prostration of telegraph lines the fall extent of the loss of life and property will not be known for several days to come, but the facts at hand show the known fatalities to reach thirty-one, while the list of the injured numbers 105. Of the latter class a large proportion will be added to the death roll, aa the injuries in many cases are so serious as to render them probably fatal. The loss in the way of property—buildings, etock, fences, etc.—cannot as yet be even surmised bat there can be no doubt that -when all the reports are in the figures will reach high up into the million?. In tbe Oyoloo* State. Kansas, the "clyclone state," leads in the list in the matter of fatalities. The storm scourged that commonwealth iu all its length and breadth. It is known that eighteen persons lost their lives and that fifty-seven were injured. These figures are based on authentic reports. What the addition will be when new comes from outlying counties anc districts remote from railroads and telegraph — communities with which no communication has yet been had—is a matter for conjecture. Cer tainly, judging from the facts at hand it is to be feared that the list win a least be doubled, and it would not be surprising if the figures should run even higher. Towanda was the heaviest sufferer. There were six persons killed and twenty-three injured. Wellington follows with five killed and sixteen injured. Then comes Augusta with five killed and seven injured—all fatally; South Haven with two killed and two injured, and Salina winh seven injured. Reports of loss of life and injury come from Eldorado, Strong City, Kiowa and other points, but as they are unaccompanied by names or particulars they are not included in the foregoing statement. AU Kansas suffered from the cyclone; nearly every county was affected.' Partioujwly in the southern t waj the damage severe. Sedgwick, an and Butler counties suffered siderable damage there were no casualties and the gross loss will not be heavy. In Illinois the rain, wind and hail were heavy, but only in Chicago and its suburbs, so far as heard, was there any loss of life. The fall of a huge seven- story burick building in Pearce street, which crushed an adjoining cottage, is responsible for the death of eight persons and the injury of a dozen others. In the suburbs-of Q-rand Crossing four persons were injured by the collapse of a house, and at Woodlawn, four others •were hurt in a similar manner. East of this city the storm seems to have lost its force, and although heavy rains and accompanying high winds are reported rom Indiana and points along the lakes, ;here was no loss of life and little damage to property. THE DEATH LIST. Mambar of Killed la th» Kao«iM Cyclone Orer Fifty. KANSAS CITY, Mo., April .—With the going down of the wind the telegraph is again brought into service and She storm stricken district of Kansas beard from. The wire service is still very slow, but there is enough coming in to show that the terrible work was far reaching and very destructive. A careful estimate regarding the number of killed and wounded throughout the state, the result of the wind's havoc makes it nearly one hundred killed and between two and three hundred injured. In addition to this principal storm, there was a second of less intensity, which went across the eastern part of the state, not taking so many lives but doing fearful damage to crops, trees and farm buildings. The following is the estimate placed on the dead and wounded as near as can be ascertained at this time: Towanda—Nine. Bosehill—Two. Wanego—Eight. Strong City—Nina. Torna—Five. Smolan—One. Vint Creek—One, South Haven—Nine. Louisville—One. Augusta—Three. These towns are the only ones from which anything like a definite report has been obtained, and the possibility is that when the western towns and villages are heard from the dead list will be swelled to nearly one hundred. GKET, OUR, * *^*^^—,s_ Before you buy and %e will guarantee to save you monea j. H. QUEAL & GO., Yard on North Side of State Street, ALGONA, IOWA. A. ERIOKSON, AG-ENT. BIG DROP IN CANNED. GOOD! To reduce our stock of Canned Grooc before we move we will sell at the ing prices: Grolden Gate California Lemon Cling Peaches, per can, Golden Gate California Yellow Peaches, per can, Golden Gate California Apricots, pea can, Golden Gate California Plums, per can, The former price of above goods was 4<( per can. This is the finest fruit packed California. Hunt Bro's. Fancy 31b. Tins Sugared Peaches, former" Price 35c now California Green Gage Plums, 3lb can for California Damson Plum, 31b can California Golden Drop, 31b can California Egg Plums, 31b can California Bartlett Pears, 31b can California Apricot, 3lb can Califoenia Black Cherries, 31b can California White Cherries, 3lb can .^ California Grapes, 31b can California Peaches, 31b can Easterm Peaches, Pie Peaches, 61b can Curtiss Bro's. Goods. 4 2lb Shredd Pineapple 28c 3lb Tomatoes 14c 2lb Fancy Sweet Corn 15c 3lb Baked Beans 41b Tomatoes • * 21b Pres. Blackberries uroofe. M %to<)9g City newly ewy ••••••• W u leveled, tatit :edfor;the «torm in Bright people are the quickest to recog nize ft good thing aod buy it. We sell lots of brif h( people the Little Early Bikers. If you are cot bright these pilla will make sals by V, W. Johnson grated pineapple 2Qc 21b gooseberries lie 21b preserved strawberries 15c 21b champion bl'kberries 12c 21b Jupiter blueberries 17e 21b red cherries 8c Club House salmon 20c Standard mackerel 13c Blue Fish 13c Green Turtle ' , 32c Sardines, i tins I; 5c Sardins, Imp., i tins x I7c 2lb can standard corn 10c 2lb Queen string beans 9e 2lb Jupiter peas 18c 2lb Standard Peas 8c 2lb sliced pineapjple V 2lb strawberries 2lb jupiter blaekbe 2lb queen blackberriei; Gallon blueberries 31b apples Standard sajmon Arcadian mackerel Shrimp Brook Trout Snf dines, $ tins 2lb c^n ioney Bib en standard 3lb JPeerlesg st 21b Van Camp ** V W. F. OARTJ • - , f > %t j,U ' t. -, - > fA v^"^-'*-.•:'i.'
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