The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa on October 1, 1890 · Page 1
Get access to this page with a Free Trial

The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa · Page 1

Algona, Iowa
Issue Date:
Wednesday, October 1, 1890
Page 1
Start Free Trial

IOWA. WHBKSSBAY. QOTOBBB AtGOSA AfiEOAC, ft*^*'"i$ Mi The Upper Des Moines. ^arlnlng an ti& focm A fiefrian fi6M. 1884, whefc cwft. Jacfaroa The Emi&etBlsiirg Reportet 8«Aent8 ttins articles oilile and ftdrentnr6intura««iat pl8e«8«nd*ir«nnstftnces 1 ss,Biift e&hle sMp, Bj*ftklnet Woftrtfalljr of the , Pan-ts, Coats, etc. &fe the best feat wear in the market, For sale at Store. rejmbu-ean tut ttstfatpossef will b« Irtid at Algofta, c* frftttSA V«S?. », at t o'ctoak t>. to. ®»6 6*^*8 to to Siosefl ai thi* cohvftnfloii ara n follow*: «„.,.,,. On« OleAtol eoftfte In ptacft of A. A* 8ftW«4. ' 6tt8 doani* Attofnejr tt jrtac* of 8. TdCotinty Sniietvlgow In placi of G. S. I: Goods for Fall and Winter ....g, and it is time that-you should be SHI 'tor it A good and warm overcoat or a suit of „. Jf-iLwhat you need to keep you warm, and to make you IMMfoi'table. . ••'••-, . J&u nave to make an investment in the line, of^ winter Uments please give the a call and I pleased to show /oVal'lood a line of fall and winter goods as was ever brought So'siuth county, and they will be sold at prices which will ^competition. a, Jv'oV^coating will be sold at a low figure, .as I want to fos'/otilevery pattern in stock. . Suiting, coat and vest and l&Wgbods will all be sold at very reasonable prices. My "Isortment of tailors' trimmings is complete. - Clothes made M ti at'my shop Will be made in accordance with the latest Ityle. No 45 and 30 years ago style about them. guts for each township or ward, tiorial delegate tor *ach twenty-fit* totes dr tnaJO* fraction thereof east tor Joseph G. fintchrasOnforgovernof in !889. Each town- Bhip and WaKi will be entitled to thS following hnmbef of delegates, to-wlt i amidst the deep hasn'jrf senatorial SmnltyV about It. What MS e¥e? enfieted? btit tWs lit* preteftdiag" ttfex has gene intd every Jape? in-th& Wy and haft dons Its wotk. due might almost think #6 weW took to the Intellectual condition which: thdught It had "expunged" flew Ideas when it hurned books in thfe public *t*wte. " , tatheMMn*iak« region, and on » white Sojrtdrtra*' tt port; ottSfa • atont In- t««sttngnfttttrftlpheh6meflon, UKC Professor Bhaler's second paper, and the description oi deBtruotivo sand-waves; artdclds of gi-eat prai- Township Waft,..?,... - ward Fourth ward Buffalo Oresco.i.... •>.. Fenton.......... German... Greenwood...., i GarBeld......... Hebron.......... Irvington Letts Creek i... IjttVerne........ Portland Plum Creek >.. • Prairie Blverdale Ramsay. Seneca Swea... Sherman,,..... Union Wesley Whlttemore.... Chftirman. 3. B. Sessions. D. M. Dossee.. p, Donnoy....i B.H.Clarke... John Kerr...., Rotrt. Lane j, B. Jones.... J.ti BUrnt..., W. W. Wlisb'n! 0.0. Wright.. Wm. Qoodrich Horace Mann. Jas. Archer..,, a. C, Burtis... J. H. GroVer. B. M.Gardner. J, Longbottom A. Fisher H. Merrlfleld,. W. W. AlcOrh. C. A, Eripkson Henry Outran. M. Bchonck... W.M. Colby... N. Cotton •Total. ..:..'.,, |, Steamship Tickets .to .'and;from Europe. feiive'. the agency for 15 different steamship lines, among h'enYthe famous Cunard line and the Thingvvalla line. Give ifr a. call before you buy your tickets. The chairmen of the different wards and townships are requested to call their respective caucuses to be held on Friday, Oct. 10, 1880, at tho regular voting places. Chairman County Central Committee. Cnlls for Caucuses, Republican caucuses for the selecgon of delegates to tb'tfrepubllcan county convention at Algona, Oct. 17,-will be held at the times and places Indicated below: First Ward, Algona—At the old nostofflce romn In the Qalbralth block, on Friday, Oct. loVat 7:80 p. m, S, 8. Sessions, CommUteemttn. &sh, GraHt wts ft firm believer in the value of fofeigri markets. He saw that WS p'fodufce 6. f agricultural . products, taaoh&ery, etc. He saw that we would always be cdmpelted to bujr out- Biigar, tropical iruits, coflee, tea, etc. He saw further that from many countries we could "afford to 'admit goods we can produce ourselves, because we W,ere Selling In return a much larger quantity of our own, He therefore advocated trade with the south and with Canada, Prom Mexico we were getting $60,000,000 of fruits, "Why not," asked the old general, "let this come In free, and In return let Mexico have the same amount of our agricultural Implements free which she sorely needs?'' Of his efforts to make a reciprocal arrangement with Canada, Congressman Butterworth spoke In the tariff debate: • . " tT. S. Grant is not thought to have boon unwise in his day and generation. A . patrl-' ot, a soldier, and n statesman alike, ha (no- part of our continent and the southern, not only, ufactured BUI , ard, Algona-At the Wigwam, on Friday evening! Oct. 10, at 7:30 o'clock. C. M. D §Sfd' Fri ick riday evening, Oct. 10, at 1 ck Dormoy, Commltteeman. ' Normal hall, on 10, at 1 o'clock. Freder- Oct. 10, at 4'o'cloek p. m. honse on Friday, John Kerr, Commit- "flaio-At the Elwell school house, on Friday. Oct. 10, at 3 o'clock p. m. B. Lane, Com- "cresco^-At Friday, Dot ' - it theJ.B, Jones school house on iff, between the hours of S and 4 ' tem^lan, the primary Stoves, Tinware, and Cutlery, i ' Slielfware, Belting, Paints, Glass, W:Machine Oils, Iron and ^ oode J lT ^^ s ' Tn ^ 1 f irin ^ ° f Pumps a Specialty.- ALGONA, IOWA. o'clock p. m., uu VMU v*"^™*. voting by ballot for candidates. ° °$nton-At a the Webster school house onFrt day, Oct. 10, at 7 o'clock p. m. J. L. Blunt, Ing up the canals and rail: for a froo exchange of man- natural produote, but open , W. 6n*eg1*fe'ci(t»*oMtectisre', good notion and poetrf , and many HfljtllluBteationg. epens Witt a front ISplecS portrait of Jo»eph Jetfef-son. Tn8 Ust Installment of th* atttobiogrspfi^ a«eonipani«s the familiar face, an instaliment whldn the author constdettths most UHportftnt of ail, perhaps because it contains, at considerable detail, his own final rejections tttion the art of whiShhehasbeen 6n aclflfowiedged master. It IB doubtful whethw stiish sttbtle and ftt.the same time praotioal suggestions oatt be found elsewhere from a gonrce BO authoritative, *nfi *eekiy Iowa Cftpltal for one year, and S6 complete novels, all for tl. Addres Lafe Young, Pes Motttes, Iowa. Samples free. Mf THIS The district meeting of the Independent Order ol Good Templars will tte held in EmJneteburg 6tt Monday) Oot, 6. The district contains nearly sixty lodges, and a very interesting meeting -will undoubtedly be had. Anna M. Tyng .of Minneapolis, Mrs. J. H. Pallord of Maine, Mrs. Miry E. Lloyd of Cedar Rapids, and G. W. E. Hill of Des Molnes are among tho noted Good Teinpiars from abroad who will take part in making the meeting a BUCCOBS. Esthervllio Democrat! it IB reported that tho newspaper fight in Kosatith coflnty is on again, and that the Algono Republican is adopting tho tactics of ita namesake In this town. Its agents are running through IfoBsutU county giving it for a din. nor or for nothing, anyway to got a name mi that tfc. L. ft. Garfietd, tO tearB of &f e f has learned to ride a Wofrde. Well, what of It? Boys, please tell us fcttiethifil the d<8ctblr has tindertakeJi and failed to accomplish. The attempt to make the organization of' Crocker county stick 18 ftione hatred. fee Hartley Record adds a new touch to the baby Bto?y: The Mayor of Algona has created a nutter among the mothers of that town by forbidding the use of baby carriages on the sidewalks. He claims that a perambulator has ho more right oft the sidewalk than a lum- beu wagon of any other vehicle. The edict will be totally disregarded. A winter break sprung in summer erally cotoeS to grief! gen- OlLlV UUU1OD W K&AOA, 4 The Beporter discusses the mayor's at order: J. B. Jones, mayor of Al* in order that the healthful tldo of commerce might sweep north and south as it does cast and • —• "- -- J "• Tho avarice of v ulw ... >^»...- u . r ..jsltion was dictated from the potato patch, from tbe ofto- bage patoh, from the hop patch. [Lau, 8 ?' ter and applause.] And before the bill is over you will see my honored friend in charge of the hqp brigade, associated with •• •• L -' r -r, endeavoring to ner- ,at his highest good is in confining ourselves to a market where wo suade tbe farmer on its subscription hook. Esthervllle Republican! Dr. Shore of last order gona, has Jiad to a; ,t to the ttews- t-Oft A OteStlftAL fcMJCllttfr, *ovefflbe# 4, 1890. •to b* Meld oft JPm'snant to law, 1, Horace _..—, „- - ici , ' i, do hereby proclaim Jthat Son to bs held on the *ne«- after the first Monday In November, he fonrth day of _th»l month _of the yearc , housand eight hundred and ninety, naiter named are to be filled, papers to set him rigfit with the mothers of the city, Not long ago, he published a notice Intended to exclude bicycle riding on the sidewalks, witn a hint from the news made his order spapers. to Includ , We people e baby cat- tho irter 'ones. school house on Friday, Oct. 10, at 3 o'clock p. m. C. G. *SSfe£MSSS!l school ho B se on W- day, Oct. 10, at 2 o'clock p.m. Wm. Goodrich, at'the Lloyd school house on Friday, Oct. 10, at 2 o'clock p. m. Horace Mann, Commltteeman. , , Lotts Creek— At the Archer school house on Friday, Oct. 10, at 3 o'clock p. m. Commltteemau. Jas. Archer, Dealers In Heavy Hard!are Plum Creek— At the Rice school house, on Friday, Oct. 10, at 1 o'clock p. m. R. M. Gardner, Cotnmitteeman. Prairie— At the Longbottom school house on Friday, Oct. 10, at 2 o'clock p. m. John Longbottom, Commltteeman. * "•- Rlverdale— At the Stewart school house on Friday, Oct. 10, at 4 o'clock p. m. Commltteeman. A, Fisher, Milk Cans, Churns, Riverside Stoves, Stove s and Ranges, "Quick Meal" Gasoline Stoves. Agents for the NEVER RUST TINWARE, wan-anted not to rust. Call and you good. Yours, etc., TO LOAN on Fan Property. At lowest rates and optional payments. Interest , payable at our office. If you want a loan, call on us. We can save you mqney. JONES OL SMITH* M. Z. Crotfe. John Grove. . , Ramsay— At the school house in Dlst. No. 1 on Friday, Oct. 10, at 4 'o'clock p. m. Henry Men-Meld, Committeeman. -.,,', Beneca— On Saturday, Oct. 11, at 7:30 o'clock p.m., at the usual voting place, corn, Committeeman. W. W. Al- Livery, Feed and Sale Stable, West oi Thortngton HouSe M.' Z. GROVE, Manager. Swea—At the Bergstrom school house on Friday, Oct. 10, at 8 o'clock p. m. C. A. Erickson, Commltteeman. :,,..,,.. Sherman—At the school house In Sub-dlst rict No. 6. on Friday, Oct. 10, at 2 p. m. H. Curran, Commlttoeman. Union—At the Frlnk school house, on Friday, Oct. 10, at t o'clock p. m. M. Schenok, Commltteeman. __, Wesley—At the Wesley school house, on Friday, Oct. 10, at 4 o'clock p. m. W. M. Colby, Commltteman. Candidates' Cards. For Recorder—I hereby announce myself a candidate for the ofllce of county recorder, subject to the action of the republican county con" *** For Recorder—Believing It to be but Just and fair that the mechanics and laboring men should be represented In the offices of the county, I hereby announce myself a candidate for county recorder before the coming republican convention. M. F. KA.NDAU* For Recorder—I hereby announce myself a candidate for county recorder, subject to tne will of the republican convention. J. Ij. BLUNT. For Recorder—1 hereby announce myself as a candidate for tbe office ot county recorder, subject to the action of the republican county convention. C- WH/TSE. do not sell now within three-fourths of what we produce. [Laughter and applause.]" -The history of financial legislation does not show so short-sighted a policy aathat which defeated Grant's wise plans. Not only have we not paid Mexico with our produce which she cannot raise, but only a few months ago she was forced In self-defense to make prohibitive duties against us. Not only have we not encouraged .trade with Canada, where the balance was largely in our favor, but now wo are shutting this market also. Not only are "we not selling our flour to the ,40,000,000 of people Elaine says import their breadstuffs in South America, but wo are still buying their sugar and fruits and exhausting our money supply. Tho selfishness of the cabbage patch and hop patoh shuts the Canadian market, because Canada would send some hops and cabbage with reciprocity. The selfishness of the mine owners shuts the Mexican market, because Mexico would give us some cheap ores with reciprocity. The selfishness of tho sugar trust and the allied "monopolies who fear a small break in their Chinese wall shuts South American market, because with expanding trade their hold on the agricultural resources of tho country would bo broken. And what comes of it? Who Is the sufferer? It is tho western farmer who, as Mr. Buttorworth so eloquently said, Is shut in a "market where we do not sell now within threo- Algona will take medical course* in New York City and Edlnburg, Scotland. The doctor is already a fine scholar, an excellent physician, and a man well-road in his profession. We doubt, however, if tho doctor can get more education than he is able to hold. A telegram from Fort Dodge states that Mrs. Bertha Dlgglo, tho actress who was accused of poisoning her husband at Clarion about two years ago, recently turned ,pn her champion and stuck a knife in him with fatal effect • Game Is being shipped from EsthervlUe at tho rate of 800 birds a day. Prairie chickens bring $2.60 a dozen, and other birds like prices. The game goes to Now York. . HumboldtHopublicaii) Wesley Howard son of Geo. Howard of Algona, and Miss Glbbs, niece of Dr. Vought o;f Ltvermoro, wore married Thursday. Our old Algonlan, E. V. Swotting, is out as Independent candidate for county attor- and this straw broke the camel's back*, and came very near making bis, His Honor, lose his head. He WM characterized as " a crusty old bachelor "a donkey," "a mean old thing," etc., etd,, until it became unbearable, and Mr. Jonos was obliged to publish a card explaining his position, Ho told the mothers that he was onco a baby himself, and had never intended that their rights should be abridged. The baby carriages might have the Whole sidewalk, and other people middle of the streets. nlddleofthe streets. The Repo: till holds Us good opinion oiMr. Jo: Tho Cedar Rapids Republican says The mayor of Alg6na declares that a perambulator has no more right than n lumber wagon on a sldowalkj and has issued a proclamation against baby carriages on the sidewalks of that town. The Algona mammas are up in arms against the order, and it wore better for that man had ho never boon born. FROM THE OOOTTY TOWU8. Fen ton. FENTON. Sept. 22.-The Ladles' Aid society hold a fair in tho hall last Wednesday evening. A good attendance and pleasant timo Is reported. Tho proceeds were $18. Rev. S A. Jones preached in tho school house Sunday. Ho was accompanied by his bride, who made many friends whtlo here. Messrs. Edward and George Moore of , ,v,™»_Il the electors Of the state- The office of secretary of state; The office of auditor of state: The office of treasurer of state-, The offloe of attorney general i The office of Judge of the supreme court j The office of clerk of the supreme court; The office of supreme court reporter} The office of raflroad commissioner. % r s^c?^ th TgMsfpp ? |higfe donrt, in accordance: ^sof WifwSnty' bell Stuart, sal _ ._. nne* ice being now Tne"seco4d3ndlcfaldl8trle^Mee Judge*', The Third Judicial district, two judges; The Fourth Judicial district three Judges i The Fifth Judicial district, three Judges: The Sixth judicial district, three JniT The Seventh judicial district, three .. The Eighth Judicial district, one Judge; The Ninth Judicial district, three Judges; The Tenth Judicial district, three judges; The Eleventh Judicial district, three Judges; The Twelfth Judicial district, one Judge t The Thirteenth Judicial district two Judges; -- tpUeenthV.'«i»J.?M t rt4o nee ,J u . S 8 e ' ^t, tnree , two ; Hate just opened theft new staok oi; ney in Emmet county. J. G. Myerly IB the regular nominee. Spencer News: J. M. Cowan of Algona was here Monday figuring on tho new brick block which J. L. Nicodcmus is about to Wisconsin have been visiting relatives and friends in this section. They returned to their homes lost Wednesday. Mrs. J. Webster bos been visiting friends in this vicinity the post week. Mr. Stephens was soon on our streets lost Thursday. Clark Peck and Frank Chandler passed through this, part on a hunting tour last Tuesday. They spent tho evening at Wm. Pock's. We invite our' friends and customers to see our stock of DRESS FLANNELS In all colors. We keep the y commence. Swea. Cloths and Trimmings, J. K. FILL & fi SON, Merchant Tailors PROFESSIONAL DIRECTORY. -v^^-^s^-^XVN. V ^~~~^~ ' ~-" CEO. E. CLARKE, ATTORNSY AT LAW. Omce over First National bauk, Algoua, la. A full stock of cloths and trimmings always on handTaa cheap as can be bought an/work done promptly and handTaa cheap a where. Alt itlafaotlon Guaranteed. Call street, Aleona, Iowa. You are Invited W. B, QUARTON, ATTORNEY AT LAW. Over Kossutb County bank, Algona, Iowa. For County myself ah Ind attorney. Attorney—I hereby announce Independent candidate for county W. L. JOSLYN. For Recorder— I hereby announce myself a candidate for county recorder, subject to the action of the republican county convention. Pi Ij, oliAULls. E. H. CLARKE, ATTOHNBY AT LAW. Collection agent. Over Kossuth Co. bank. DANSON BROS., ATTORNEYS AT LAW. Loans and collections. Over Frank Proa. To see and buy our Ladies' Shoes. Wens' Shoes, Boys' Shoes, Misses' Shoes, Kids' Shoes, Plow Shoes, Plow Boots, Kip Boots, Calf Boots, Fur Hats, Wool Hats, Stiff Hats \ Crush Hats, I Men's Hats, Boys' Hats, Kids'Hats, t Misses' Hats, Cheap, Medium, S. S. SESSIONS, ATTORNEY AT LAW. Vromut collections. Money to loan on chattel security. Over Cbrtschllles' utore. B. F. REED, ATTORNEY AT LAW. Office over the postoffice, Algonn, Iowa. AND High Grade. in town, and at the bent prices. The Best Rubber Goods Jiest wearing Ifovleri/. Qoodi. Cn»tom-made Over^ L. K. QARFIEUD, M. D., PHYSICIAN AND SURGEON. Ofttce, State St., one door east of Cordlngley. faesldence, McGregor St., east of the public school building. H. C. MoCOV, M. D., PHYSICIAN AND SURQEON. Special attention to city practice. W. E. H. MOBSE, M. D., PHYSICIAN AND SURQEON. Omce east of Rtthcrford house, Algona, Iowa, O. T. i Thread at 4e. you no snide balttd we charge no fancy prices. Wo can save you money. One price for town and country. JOHN BEEP. WEST, M. D., PHYSICIAN AND 8U11QEON. Next door to J. O. Smith's store, Algona, la. J. E. F, M. BRON80N, Pooler • Bllver Plutecl ware,«lc. ttepa(lH»lf W«tt J *> W- Algous, lows. HILL, M. D., PHYSICIAN AND SURGEON, THE Des Moines News and Cedar Rapids Gazette came out last week with fao simile letters from Tim Brown of Marshalltown and Nat Hubbard of Cedar Enplds, in which was outlined a scheme to nominate Senator Lawrence of Sioux City as railway commissioner in 1888. The inside history revealed is interesting enough, but tho most Interesting part is the comments of the letter writers. "How in hell did tho Cassette get those letters?" was .what the Hon. Brown remarked, according to the Cedar Rapids Republican. After then explaining that ho pinned his letter to Hubbard's and sent both to him, he added, "That is all I know about it, If Hubbard can't keep-such things to himself then he ought to be exposed." Judge Hubbard, however, for his son, remarked, " If the letters didn't come from Tim himself where in hell did they come from?" He then added, "The fact is Nat never saw Tim's reply, It was mailed to Council Bluff's, and after remaining there the regulation time was returned to Tim. This Nat has since found out," There is no doubt about the genuineness of the letters, and they bring to Hgbt what has long been known to exist— a well- worked combination to control nominating conventions in Iowa. The News and Gazette are to be commended for turning on tho Illuminations. THE love of .forms is , a curious element of tho human mind. Just as the ostrich thinks It is hidden with its head behind a bush, people think everything has been made right when tho outward semblance is conventional. Congressman Kennedy made » vigorous speech fourths of what we produce." Reciprocal trade means Increased demand for the products of tho farm as well as the factory. Grant saw this and Grant was right. Blaino sees it and Blaine is right. If the republican party sees it the republican party will bo right. If the republican party don't see It some other will, and that party will be right. CONGRESSMAN BUTTERWOBTH, the groat Ohio republican, told his hearers a plain truth when he said tho other days " While thcso now conditions will require continuous and patient treatment in legislation, it will bo an imperative necessity that legislators shall bo free to investigate, devise, and act with greater freedom than has usually boon accorded. Tho lash, tho caucus, and tho 'plunging partisan spirit' are not the means by which great and in triciito problems aro solved." WHAT DuUOOMBE SAID. Ho Has Been Hounded TJntll He 1» Tired—Woods' Hocord. Tho Fort Dodge Chronicle gives in full John F. Duncombe's protest against the nomination of Woods. One paragraph is: "Mr. Duncombe then ox- plained how Mr. Woods, when first nominated for tho legislature three years ago, hod been by himself pledged to veto for a license law, how ho had been absent when, the vote was taken; how ho had been absent last winter when tho Dent license bill was up, and to kill it a motion was made to refer it to the committee on tho suppression of intemperance; how the record showed his absence on the flnal vote in the legislature to take up tho constitutional amendment for prohibition; what position he had placed those democrats In Webster county who had pledged him to voto for license; how, notwHhstand- inir his pledges to vote for a reduction of interest from 10 to 8 per cent., ho SWEA, Sept. 24.—"Miss Ida Moulton will close her school in central school house next week. Miss, Mollio Borgstroin is away attending tho normal at Algona. Wo hoar tho hum of tho threshing machine. -,-,•,,John Bongston and Lewis Erickson have bought a now threshing machine, and they are rattling the grain through in a fine manner. Paul Bros, have been up hero a few days this week hunting. John Bergstrom is running Wallace & Reed's separator at this place. let two Judges; •ma DovcMTOouM. j««.~ strict, One Judge; The Eighteenth judicial district, two judges; By vote of the electors of the several congress- The office of representative In congress from By°vo 0 to B of the" efe^rs of the Thlrty-thlrd senatorial district, composed of the counties of Buchanan and Delaware— • The ofllce of senator In tho general assembly from said district, to Oil. the vacancy occasioned by the resignation of Edward P. Seeds. And I do further proclaim and give notice to the qualified electors of the state that .at said general election there will be and Is submitted to the neoole, In pursuance of the requirements oTSectlon 3. Article 10, of the constltu- Won, and Chapter la? of the acts of the Twenty, thlrh general assembly, the question, " Shall there be a convention to revise the oonstltu. jn and amend the same?" which question .../all be written or printed on each ballot-and it the end of said question the word "Yes" or "No" shall be written or printed on such ^Whereof all electors throughout the state will take due notice, and. tho sheriffs of the several counties will take official notice and be Kovemed accordingly, , , in testimony whereof I have herounty set my hand and caused to be affixed the great seal of the state of Iowa. Done at Des Moines this twenty-second day of September, in the year of our Lord one thousand eight hundred and ninety, of the Independence of the United States the one hundred and fifteenth, and of tho state of [SEAL] Iowa the forty-fourtb. KACE BOIES By the Governor: . .„... FRANK; D. JACKSON, Secretary of State. SHERIFF'S PROCLAMATION. To the qualified electors of Kossuth county: You are hereby notified that at the general election, November 4.1890. the following offices are to be filled by vote of all the electors of said county, to-wlt: The office of clerk of courts; Tho office of county recorder; The office, of county attorney; The offices of two supervisors. Whereof all the qualified electors of the said KosBUth county will take duo notice and be governed accordingly. Witness my hand and seal this flOth day of September, 1800. M. STEPHENS, 27 Sheriff of Kossuth County, Iowa. We bought a job lot of OZL..O-A. which we seU way down under cost. NICE LOT OF Also a NOTICE OF PROBATE OF WILL. STATE OF IOWA, Kosanrn CODMTV, ss.—In tho District Court. « To all whom it mivy concern—Take notice: That there was Mod In the office of the cleric of the district court of Kossuth county, on the S4tb day of September, A. D. 1800, an Instrument In writing bearing date the 86th day of Crescent, Corwttn. Sept. 26: Some vandals a man's SAYS Blaino: " Wo ought to secure, In return for free sugar, a market for (60,000,000 or *TO,000,000 worth of our own products." IN his Interview on tho tariff Mr. DolUver is reported to have said: "I am disappointed with tho appointment of tho conferees on tho tariff bill. Qov, Gear of Iowa should have been on the committee. As tho committee now stands there is no one to stand up for and defend tho senate amendment placing binder twine on tho free list. It seems to mo that our farmers ought to have sn especial friends upon that committee, such as Gear would be; but, of course, tuo speaker couldn't put all of our friends upon tbe committee." Wesley, Iowa. Day and night culls attended " " to with promtnewi. The New Meat Market, Carpets! People in search of something nice -in Carpets should call and see JNO. GOEDERS JR, He has facilities for furnishing anything desired at very low figures. denouncing Senator Quay and speaking rather uncoTnpUmentarlly of the senate. No one has disputed the truth of what he said. In fact half the people commend his plain talking. But as toon aa hlg remarks were included in the CongreS' lonal Jtoeord it -was immediately dis- csvered that the nooustorned forms had been violated, and umidst groat solemnity the clerk was ordered to expunge ,hem. This is the more ridiculous be-cause they cunnot bo expunged in fact, md ought not to be, being, as they are. CHAUNCEY M. DEPEW nays reciprocity is the thing. He favors foreign trade. "THE prime idea of reciprocity is In Iowa, protection," according to the Nonpareil. "But the prime idea of protection is not reciprocity. That is to nay, reciprocity is a move advanced policy than protection, since it includes protection and has a care for our foreign trade as well, So why not say the term reciprocity includes protection!" ' LAFK YOUNG says that twenty years ago it cost him W8 to take a oar of goods from Des Moinos to Atlantic. This year the same service cost WM. " The tendency .of freight rates," ho soys, "has been downward for twenty years, and iu Iowa tho laws have brought about the last'Im- portant reductions. Notwithstanding these facts, tho railroads aro making money and annually declare good dividends on stock, a part of which is false and fictitious." THBconclusion of Mrs. Poland's "Sidney" occupies the ttretpluoo In the Atlantic for October, and the final chapters have that Intensity ot fooling which Is called forth by the stfttenient of the theory of her story; namely, that love R»d gelt-ea,cr|flee are the things wMohulone make lite worth having. ''Fell- Ola" comes to ft climax in the marriage oj the heroine wjtji a man to whose occupation lu I>f9 both she W»4 »tt her friends strenuously object. Dr. Holmes' " Over the Tfiawps" »lf« rptates to marrying ai»d giving tt juarrtagei a»a, moreover, describes* YW to <* «ertftin colloeo for women, not a thousand miles from hod been again absent when that vote was taken; how ho was put forward as a farmer candidate and had been urged as such, when as a matter of fact no was not a former and had not been lor a lonir time, and that he had no property interests hero; how tho democratic delegation of Webster county was opposed to his nomination; how Mr. Healy, the democratic congressional Committeeman, as well as Mr. Duncombe, was opposed to him; how he was being forced in this manner upon the party when the democrats of Webster county wero opposed to him as represented in tho convention and In tnis .^.^v closes: "Mr. Duncombe also stated that ho had been hounded for the last twenty years because he was a railroad attorney,. and jshile he did not object to that from the" republican party, ho had got entirely tired and sick of having a set of irresponsible vagabonds yelping at his heels because he might bo ublo to earn a little more money us attorney than some others and that be considered it decidedly to bis financial interest to attend to his legal business, as he had already spent $20,000 for his party, and in the nrst Cleveland campaign had paid four or five times as much as tho entire county that he represented, and directed the national committee to draw on him for whatever it wanted and informed them that the draft would be honored, besides spending three months of his time and making from forty to fifty speeches, and had paid his own expenses; and in tho last campaign he hod given considerable of his time In Indiana, making speeches for the eauso'at tho request, of tho national committee, paid his own expenses, and had also done something throw two stones as largo as Hst through Manwarlng's front window Saturday night. No duo to the perpetrators of the dastardly act. Rod. Jain of Bancroft was visiting L. Lontangro over Sunday. Public Solo of Sliort Horns. There will bo sold at auction at Oaklawn farm, one mile and a half west of Fort Dodge, on Thursday. Oct. 9, 1890, n pedigreed short horns. Forty-nine cowa and heifers, fine individuals and from tho best milking strains. Twenty-two bulls, comprising 14 from tho herd of 0. C. Carpenter, twp from the herd of Hart & Fuller, and six from tho celebrated herd of Martin Flynnqf Walnut Hill, t near Des^Moinos. August, A. D. liSSO, and .purporting to be the last will and testament of Josephine Krteger, late of said county, deceased, was produced and publicly read by me, and that the 3d day of the next term of said court, to be hplden on the 8th day of December, A. D. 1890, at the court-house In Algona, aforesaid, has been fixed for proving said will; and at 8 o'clock p. m of the day above mentioned all persons interested are hereby notified and required to ap- ar In said court and show cause, If any they ve, why Bald instrument should not be probated and allowed as and for the last will and testament of said deceased. Dated at Algona, Iowa, Sept. 25, A. D. 1890. A. A. BRUNSUN, SHta Clerk of the District Court. JACKETS! Our stock in Dry Goods, Clothing, Boots, Shoes, and Neckwear is complete and we can suit everybody in price or quality. We still keep the SHAKER YARN" and all other kinds, such as Saxony, Spanish, and Coral Yarn. Underwear for ladies and gents. «@~We will open in a few days a fine line of PLtJSH CAPS for children, ladies, and men, bought direct from the manufacturer. *e~Please call and examine our goods. Chrischilles & Herbst. igether the finest lot of young thorough- 1 bulls ever offered in northwest Iowa. "'Terms: A credit of one year on approved notes at six per cent, interest, or a discount bred' of two per cent, for cash Salo promptly at I p. m Lunch at 11 a.m. Sale under cover. No postponement ou account of weather. Write 0. C. Carpenter, Fort Dodge. Iowa, for catalogue. Col. J. W. Judy, auctioneer. Slate lomrsctool CEDAR PALLS, IOWA. Winter Term Opens Jan, 6, 1891, Spring Term Opens Hnrch 24, 1891. Courses of study specially arranged to pro pare for State Certificates and State Diplomas, to suit common school teachers, high school graduates, or college graduates. The faculty has oeen greatly strengthened, the facilities much Improved, and the graduates are hereafter reorganized by the state. Tho advantages lire very superior for all who desire a thorough and practical education to fit themselves Tor the best grades of public school work. Apply for catalogue to NEW STORE AT ALGQNA! Unusual Opportunities For the study of music will bo afforded In Algona during the ensuing year. An accomplished musician and most successful teacher will bo in charge of tho music department of the normal school. Parents will do well to take advantage of this opportunity to secure for their children the best instruction on piano and organ and in vocul culture. The Sioux City Corn Palace, "To enable all to visit the Corn Palace the Chicago and Northwestern Railway company will, from Sept. 23 to Oct. II, inclusive, sell excursion tickets to Sioux City and return at half rates, one faro for tne round trip, tickets good for return passage until Oct. 15. For full Information apply to agents of the Chicago & Northwestern railway—2518 S5U HOMER H. SEERLEY, President. SHERIFF'S SALE. Notice is hereby given that by virtue of special execution, to me directed by the clerk oi district court of Kossuth county, Iowa, aaalnst tho goods, chatties, lands, tenements, etc., of Joseph Halnzel, defendant, In favor of the McCormlclt Harvesting Machine Company, plaintiff. I will offer at public sale, to the highest and boat bidder for cash, at the door of the court house, In the town of Algona, county of Kossuth, Iowa, on the 85th day of October, A. D. 1880, betweeniho hours of 0 o'clock a. m. and 4 p'clock p. ml*on said day, all of said Joseph Haluzers right, title, and Interest in and to the following described real estate, situated in Kossuth county. Iowa, to-wlt: The south half of tho northwest quarter of Section No. Thirty-one in Township No.. Ninety-seven, north of Range o. Twenty-nine west of the 6th P. M, Sale to commence at the hour of 1 o'clock p. Gossip About the Andrew*. In viowoj the announcement that Ed. Andrews, oJ comic opera fame, is insane, etc., the following from the Davenport Democrat will bo of interest. It shows tbe company on the high road to fame: "Tho announcement that tho Andrews' Opera company will glvo two nights of opera at tho Burtis opera house this week will be glad.tidings to our citizens. The prlraiv donna of this company is Mile. Laura Bollino, who has appeared hero In tho leading role "V*v*"**.! V. < ^ *-v .: .-..-...m* in JAS. A. OllB, painter, decorator, paper hanger, etc., solicits the patronage of those who have work In this lino, and guarantees Batisfaction.-2m6 ONE box good laundry soap (82 bars) for 90o at Townsond & Langdon's. May Thank Her Stars. The narrow escape of Mrs. B. M. Beaclf«i olI Elkhart. Hid., from a premature death In nondenm. She (taws' that « for 20 jearsmjr heart trouDed me greatly, I became worse; had emolherlng •pens, short breath, nutterlag; 'could not sleepon niylehstilo, imdmuohpalu In breast, shoulder, a ml» oinuc i: ankles swelled; had much head; nolie and dizziness: treatment did me no good un- tll I ttled Dr. Miles' New Heart Cure and Beatorat- GKEO- Would respectfully announce to the public that he has, at the Red Front, State street, Algona, just opened up and now offers for sale an entire new stock of merchandise consisting of Staple and Fancy Groceries, Crockery, lamps, glassware, dry goods and notions, to which will be added new goods to make and keep our stock conv plete. While we earnestly solicit a call from all, we are especially anxious to meet the farmers of this vicinity, whose interests will receive our careful attention. We have come to stay, and warrant all goods at low values, and as we represent them. Don't forget the Red Front, State St., Algona, Just opened. . GKEO, B, BACON. sou SheriB of Kossuth county, Iowa. Hi NiryiM. The flrsfbottle helped me and I wa; soon virtually cured. For sale at K. W, PlnjilW'J part of tho proceedings. No pr»e suggests that Gen. Kennedy bo punished himself for having violated uny law ov personal right. It Is not his pRenso that he told wbat was untrue, but simply that ho was not strictly conventional. This indent hw its counter' part iu oacUw cowgressto^l history, o rapjjt ajn«sing record «t wh^gfe ven &t leBg$ in *~ • Boston, 'Che first chapters of a forthcoming aerial story vy Frank Stockton are anhouucw for next uvontb. NoTK!«*«uf to tUl» m.ouW» St. Is the article" Through ft PoWeWV* Ciunora," written vy Mr. tour, and illustrated wuith »»*• the Emjna Juoh Grand Opera company, Among the other principals with the Andrews' Opera company are Jay Taylor, for three years leading tenor with the Carleton Opera company, also with thoMcCoull Opera company; Mr. H. W. Dodd, lato of tho Curl Eosa Opera company, Hoodon; Florence Clayton, a kitted *ud handsome cimtfttrice; Cjop. Andrews, who possesses u baritone voice of mjivvelottsly sympathetic power; Edward Andrews, Who'has been called the peev ot Fnwiels WiUon «tf ft comedian, and many other artists. The company e&vrlos a large CROW ttnd a eowplote orchestra, an<j travels in its own train ol three'hotel CIVVB. Their W8tmnes,ttro new wajlegant, —«,J»t, a new opera py wsuac^, - The Pretty Por- Iftturdfty and Saturday night." Syavtu WftUUWt uerves, free. Jack tho Hipper, The excitement caused by thl* Inhuraua mons- «ter Is scarcely equaled by that produced '•-"••> Kreut discovery of Pr. Mlles-the Bestorat vine* It speedily cures nervous prostration, oht of life* pum, dullness and confusion In head, Di sleeplessness, the bluen, neuralgia, palpitation, oHiulduTeM; T«A7oMtt Ind aiulA. W BlaofcburnofWoOBler, Ohio, say that '• the NetvluB sells better than, 8iijtbln B we ever sold, andglvea universal saUafaoUon," Pr. Miles'new Illustrated treatise on'the Nerves and and lleurt, and trial bottle (ree at f. W. Plngley's drgi! store. * * Nwve ami Uver VUU, ,t discovery; they act oa the liver, aowols through the nerves. A new 'They speedily cure biliousness, bud 'pld liver, piles und oonatlinitlgji. Splen- did'foremen, women, ana children. 8u mildest, wTreM. ThlRy dose, for an cents, pies free «if. W. PlDgiw'e. TUsre'8 No Use Pcuyuig the Truth Kllert's Extract of Tar and Wild Cherry for Coughs and Cold|. It evu-os them. Pr. JHQUOS' German Worn.. Cakes destroy NOTICE, STATE OF IOWA, KOSSUTH COUNTY.— District Court, October Term. 1890.-J. M. Young, plaintiff, against Timothy D. Crocker, Thomas D. Crocker, and Wm. Bade Jr. To said defendants; You are hereby notified that there Is now on file a petition of the plaintiff in the above entitled action in the at- Bee of the clerk of said court, claiming that she is the absolute and unqualified owner in iBosluinlu ot the northwest quarter of tne southwest quarter of Section Twenty-two, Township One Hundred, north of Range Twen- ty-sVven,westofBthP.k., Iowa, anS asking for a decree wherein you and each of you win be forevar barred and estopped from setting up uny ol»lm or title thereto! and unless you appear thereto and defend on or before noon ol the first day of the next October term of said district court, to be begun and holdou at the court house lu Algoua, In said county, on the 14th day of October, 1MO, default will be entered against you and Judgment rendered thereon. J. B. JONbD, MM Plaintiff's Attorney. LAIRD'S FURNITURE STORE. J. R LAXBP, Proprietor, 00 CO OBIGINAL NOTICE. Sum» ' insects in amber; tbe hfl*ey.p.(*ey lW They will produce, tho grand opera. 'Prtt Dltwolo' Friday night, and the Cca' The Prett Por- STATE OF IOWA, KOSSUTH COUNTY- District Court, October Term, 1890.-Jftoliaon Scott against Ja..H. and_W..J. Harrls,_aud DUUVC (»|iW*"OV -M« *•••« W**" •• • . «• • a Vr ..*• » 1 Tlie American National Hank of Hartford. Connecticut, uud The American National ToVo above named defendants: You aro hereby notified that there is now on nle a petition oftho plaintiff tu the above 'entitled action in the ofllce of tbe clerk of said court, asking to have his title quieted to the following - hwest ouar- uBHiuiuBu iands, to-wlt: The northwest! &Tof Section fifteen, Township .Quo,." red, Range Twenty.-' 1 -' mortgage oh tht,_- .„__--,,, ^ ton ana wife to JS.H. and W. *•-.--asking »r general equitable. _ relief, uar- Undertaking and embalming will always receive careful and personal attention,, Prices are reasonable, loaa you appear thereto and defend oa °f J? fl fore »oo»W the first day of the. wart October tern of said district covwt, to.fe begun ana Uolden fttthe eovathowso in Algo»a,"l of QptoEer, I FARM LOANS. At 6, 7, 714, and 8 per cent., on five to ten years' time, with privilege of partial payments before due. Interest can be at my office, Save money by calling on me before you apply for ^ loan. •\W Syrup U the best for All druggists. r Home BlooA Puriaer ftuij Health Ton NOTI8I TO MHTRMITQB8 qt October, ia». ftt.» o'olj condition Pow d BoneLUU .—Pr, PIU ftu-ls, France, ,t»e * **%%* «e people who tym wth Quality tw me, F, C. W1UUION. AITP PWW GENERAL REPAIRINO,

What members have found on this page

Get access to

  • The largest online newspaper archive
  • 8,900+ newspapers from the 1700s–2000s
  • Millions of additional pages added every month

Try it free