The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa on November 19, 1890 · Page 1
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ESTABLISHED ALGONA, IOWA, WEDNESDAY, NOT, 19, 1890. VOL, 34, Keep ivvarm in cold weather* To aid you in doing so the RANGE STORE Offers you a large assortment ( of Underwear—mens,' worn- ens,' and children's—all sizes, styles and prices, A full stock of Saxony, Spanish, and German Knitting Yarn, and a complete line of Hosiery. We b6ught before the advance in prices, and will give you the benefit of it while present stock lasts. Don't delay. Prices will not be lower this season. .LAIRD'S FURNITURE STORE. J. R LAIRD, Proprietor. Undertaking and embalming will always receive careful and personal attention.. Prices are reasonable. Successor to J. J, Wilson. FAST MAIL LINE With electric lighted an steam heated vestlbuled trains between Chicago, Milwaukee, St. Paul, and Mlnne apolis. TRANS'CON'MNENTAi KOUTE with elec trie lighted and steam heated restlbulec trains between Chicago and Council Bluffs Omaha, or St. Paul and the Pacific coast. GREAT NATIONAL ROUTE between Chica go, Kansas City, and St. Joseph, Mo. 5700 MILES OF ROAD reaching all prlnclpa E oints in Illinois, Wisconsin, Minnesota owa, Missouri, South and North Dakota For maps, time tables, rates, of passage ant freight, etc., apply to the nearest station agenl of the Chicago, Milwaukee & St. Paul railway or to any railway agent anywhere in the world A. V. H. CARPENTER", General Passenger and Ticket Agent. ROSWELL MILLER, General Manager. information In reference to lands and towns owned by the Chicago, Milwaukee & St. Paul Railway company, write to H. G Haugen, land commissioner, Chicago, 111. Office and Yard on Dodge street, south of State, ALG-ONA, - IOWA. A. WHITE, Agent. Handles the best of all descriptions of mm THE CHICAGO AND NORTH-WESTERN RAILWAY Affords unrivaled facilities for transit between the most. Important cities and towns In Illinois, Iowa, Wisconsin, Northern Michigan, Minnesota, North and South Dakota, Nebraska, and Wyoming. The train service Is carefully adjusted to meet the requirements of through and local travel, and Includes FAST VESTIBULED TRAINS of dining cars, sleeping cars, and day coaches, running solid between Chicago and ST. PAUL, MINNEAPOLIS, COUNCIL BLUFFS, OMAHA, AND DENVER Pullman and \Vngncr Sleepers Chicago to San Francisco, Chicago to Port land, Oregon, without change. COLONIST SLEEPERS Chicago to Portland, Ore., and San Francisco. Free Reclining Chair Cars from Chicago to Denver, via Council B. and Omaha. For time of trains, tickets, and all Infonna tlon. apply to station agents of the Chicago & Northwestern railway, or to the general passenger agent at Chicago. W. A. THBALL, General Passenger and Ticket Agent. W. P. NEWMAN, J. II. WHITMAN, Third Vice-pros. Gen'l Manager. Which includes everything that can possible needed for the construction of anything from a picket fence to the very finest residence. WE MEET ALL COMPETITION. Come and give us a chance to figure your bills, and we will prove that this is not merely idle talJc. FARM LOANS. At 6, 7, 7*4, and 8 per cent., on five to ten years' time, with privilege of partial payments before due. Interest can be paid at my office. Save money by calling on me before you apply for a. loan. T . Dealers in Milk Cans, Churns, Riverside Stoves, Stoves and Ranges *' Quick Meal" Gasoline Stoves. Agents for the NEVER RUST TINWARE, warranted not to rust. Call and get prices! we c an d you good. Yours, etc., WJNKIE B BO S. Election is Over! So is High Prices for Stoves! I have a full line of Cooks and Heaters, among which is Celebrated Round Oak! '-:M at the headof the wftcoal burners, 1 shaft meet '' (M competition, selling at bottom prices, qne! ^,,^'J^?*^'^^ 53 "'*' WMOI MR)' f LOW WOES, . GENERAL REPAIRING, Also >1»38 WARNER'S OLD STAND, WEST OF COURT HOUSE, * AICQNA, PROFESSIONAL DIRECTORY. '•^^^rf-^rf*S^'-N^^X-^X'XXN-^^^rf'^ 1 ^X^>^"fc^X - ' I X^-V^^^-N-^i^^X^ji^^ GEO. E. CLARKE, ATTORNEY AT LAW. Office over First National bauk, Algona, la. W. B. QUARTON, ATTORNEY AT LAW. Over Kossuth County bank, Algona, Iowa. E. H. CLARKE, ATTORNEY AT LAW. Collection agent. Over Kossuth Co. bank. DAMSON BROS., ATTORNEYS AT LAW. Loans-and collections. Over Frank Bros. S. S. SESSIONS, ATTORNEY AT LAW. Prompt collections. Money to loan on chattel security. Over Chrischllles' store. B. F. REED, ATTORNEY AT LAW, Office over the postofflce, Algona, Iowa. L. K. OARFIELD, M. D., PHYSICIAN AND SURGEON. Office, State St., one door east of Cordlngley. Residence, McGregor St., east of the public school building. H. C. McCOY, M. D., PHYSICIAN AND BURGEON. Special attention to city practice. W, E, H, MORSE, M. D., PHYSICIAN AND 8URQEON. Office east of Rttherford house, Algona, Iowa. G, T, WEST, M. D., PHYSICIAN AND SURGEON, Next door to J. G. Smith's store, Algona, la. J. E. HILL, M. D., PHYSICIAN AND SURGEON, Wesley, Iowa. Pay and night calls attended to with promtness. T. J. FELUNQ, M. P., PHYSICIAN AND 8U8GEON. Consultation in English and German. Office and residence over H. Goetscn's store, Wnlttewore, Iowa. PR, I, A, in AND MEDICINES. If all aitaortmeot always pntoBtf, 9t Pnwi, M»dJ EMORY. You can save money buying Rubber Clothing Coats and Shoes at Tay lor's— both for feet anc back. You will want warm linec goods in a few days. Woo Boots, German Sox, etc You can save money if you buy from us. Warm Caps, Mitts anc Gloves, Underwear, etc. by the way, ask for our Toledo Garment. Jas. Taylor. For 10 Days Only. 500 yards Dress Goods, 200 yards all-wool Scarlet Flannel; 500 yds. Dress Gingham; 1,000 yds. dark Calicos; 200 yards good Shirting, Fascinators, Hoods, Toboggans, Wool Mitts at your own prices. Come and see these bargains. Yours truly, Join Mm Jr. Successor to N. G. Leighton & Co. and Clinton Morrison, Manutauturer and Dealer In Lumber, Lath, AND SHINGLES. Cor. TIMentt Ave, S. and 41k St., Minneapolis, Minn. WRITE FOR PRICES OIUGINAL NOTICE, TATE OF IOWA, 1KOSSUTH COUNTY.— District Court, December Term, 1890.—W. W. Fiester vs. Chas. W. Waldo. Maggie Waldo, and the Minneapolis Equitable Investment company. to Chas. W. Waldo, Maggie Waldo, and tbe [l&neapolis Equitable Investment Co: You are ereby notified that there is now on file in the ffice or the clerk or said court a petition of the IftlntiB In the above entitled action claiming f you the sum pi 1500, with interest thereon t the rate of eight per cent, per annum from »n. i, 1669, as money justly due on a prom- ssory note given to plaintiff; also the fore- tosvjre of a mortgage given to secure said ote, an the following described premises, towit: pots 7 and 8 In Block 60 as shown by he recorded plat of the town of Algona; also udgment for unpaid taxes, costs, attorney's ee, and accruing interest; and unless you ppe»r thereto enddftfeftd on or fcefpre ROPB I the flrst day ot the n«lt December term of ata district court, to fee begun and/ npiden at ie court house In Algona, in said -county, on he 8th day oj becenjfeer, 1690, default will be ntered against you »nfl Judgment rendered iereofl. " " to MM tat . i»!t9**fffi* THE MEETING. Regular November Session of the County ilottrd-Ofllclnl Jlecol-d of Their Doings. ALGONA, Nov. 10.— Board met at 1 p. m., members nil present except M. O'Rourke. Minutes of the September session read and approved. The board proceeded to canvass the returns of general election held Tuesday, Nov. 4, 1890. At 5:30 p. m. the board adjourned to meet at 9 a. m. Tuesday, Nov. 11. TUESDAY, Nov. 11.— Board met at 9 a. m. as per adjournment, members all present except M. O'Rourke. At 9:40 a. m. M. O'Rourko appeared and took his sent. The board completed the canvass of votes, which resulted as follows: For the office of secretary of state there were cnst twenty-four hundred nnd nine votes of which Wm. M. Mc- Ftirland received twelve hundred and eighty-five, W. H. Chamberlain, eleven hundred and twenty-three, and E. P. Brown one. For the office of auditor of state there wore cast twenty-four hundred and eight votes, of which Jus. A. Lyons received twelve hundred and eighty-five, and Geo. S. Whitters eleven hundred and twenty-five. For the office of treasurer of stnto there were cast twenty-four hundred and seven votes, of which Byron A. Beeson received twelve hundred and eighty-two, and W. L. White eleven hundred and twenty-five. For the office of attorney general there were cast twenty-three hundred and thirty votes, of which John Y. Stone received twelve hundred and eighty-five, C. H. Mackey ten hundred and forty-four, and T. F. Willis one. For the office of judge of the supreme court there were cast twenty-four hundred and eleven votes, of which James H. Rothrock received twelve hundred and eighty-five, P. B. Wolfe eleven hundred and twenty-five, and Geo. D. Porter one. For the office of clerk of the supreme court there were cast twenty-four hundred and eleven votes, of which Gilbert EL Pray received twelve hundred and eighty-five, E. J. Sankey eleven hundred and twenty-five, and Alf. Wooster one. For the office of reporter of the supreme court there were cast twenty- cm- hundred and eleven votes, of which Nathaniel B. Raymond received twelye lundred and eighty-six, Theo. W. Ivo•y eleven hundred and twenty-four, and 5. J. Morris one. For the office of railroad commissioner there were cast twenty-four hundred and eleven votes, of which John W. iuke received twelve hundred and six- iy-seven, Peter A. Day eleven hundi-ed Brutnmond: constables. G. W. Simmons. W. A. Patterson. Portland-Justices, J. A Willis, R. Jain; constables, M. S. Allen, J. W. Cooper. Plum Creek—Justices. H. J. Gilbert H. M. Gardner and E. P. Keith tie; constables, Harrison Warner. George Holinan. Prairie-Justice, DotninickStufflick; constables, John Faber, Chas. Andorfer. Ramsay — Justices, S. Snyder, B. F. Smith; constables, James Christiansoh, A. and forty-three, and J. M. Joseph one. On the question, "shall there be a convention to revise the constitution and amend the same" there were cast ourteen hundred and forty-eight votes, of which "yes" received two hundred and sixty-four, and " no" eleven hund- •ed and eighty-four. For the office of representative in jongress there were cast twenty-four lundred and five votes, of which Jonathan P. Dolliver received twelve hund- •ed and seven, and I. L. Woods eleven lundred and ninety-eight. For the office of judge of the district ,ourt there were cast twelve hundred md ninety-two votes, of which George Carr received twelve hundred and ninety-two. For the office of clerk of the district lourt there were cast twenty-three hundred and eighty-eight votes, of vhich A. A. Brunson received thirteen lundred and twelve, D. S. Ford ten lundred and seventy-two and three scattering. A. A. Brunson having re- eived a majority of all votes cast was .eclared elected clerk of the district x)urt. For the office of county recorder there vere cast twenty-four hundred and nine rates, of which L. C. Smith received welve hundred and sixteen, M. F. Randall eleven hundred and ninety-one ind two scattering. L. C. Smith hav- ng received a majority of all votes cast was declared elected county recorder. For tlje office of county attorney there were cast twenty-three hundred and ighty-two votes, of which W. L. Jos- yn received twelve hundred and Beven- y-nine, and W. B, Quarton eleven lundred and three. W. L, Joslyn hav- ng received a majority of all votes cast was declared elected county attorney. For the office of member of the board if supervisors there were cast forty- even hundred and seven votes, of which r. H. Peters received twelve hundred nd three, L, D. Lovell twelve hundred nd pne, Grant Benschotter eleven lundred and sixty-three, and J. B. Vlousel eleven hundred and forty. G. H. Peters and L, D. Lovell were de- lared elected members of the board of uperviBors. The following were declared elected jstices of the peace and constables in be different townships: Algona—Justices, S. A. Thompson, P. M. 'aylor; constables. C. B. Matson, E. C, 'uttle. Burt—Justices, J", M-Eeterly.Geo, Angus ud Patterson tie; constables, K. R. Rad- r ay, Cb.ua. McCormick. Buffalo—Ju»tice», E. W. Palmer, J, P. ray; constables, f. M. Gray, f, H. Wink, I. Palmer, and Wm. Lanioroux tie. Cresco—Justices, i. B. Dutton, C. Rick- rd; constables, Arthur Dutton, Thos. Colson. Fenton—Justices, O, O. Tibbetts, Frank Jewell; constables, Wm. Peek, P. C, Sfewell. Greenwood—Justices, G. V. Davis 6r., t, O, Austin; constables, A. Jj. Hudson, G. T . Davis Jr. German—P. E. Johnson, B. Meyer; con- tables, A. ^eyer, John Kr»use. Garflel4—Ju*tte*». Pn. Dorweiler, John (ertz; conitables, Michael Wills, M. Bpn- tetter. tfebrOB—Juoticei, 0. S. Pcndleton, Wm. aiitlr, constables, Wm. Goodrich, Aug. iatUews. Harrison—Jueticae, J. E. Peterson, J. A, »rl»on; ppn»tables, Nile M°B#on, p. }, Rlverdale—Justives, Alex. Frasef, L. M. Kasey; constables, M. Jones, — Thilges, Sherman—Justices, Max Muller, G. M. Parsons; constables, S. A. Dunn, John Connors. Seneca—Justices. George Fuller, Wm. Klein; constables, M. Klein, W. W. Alcorn. Swea—Justices. F. M. Bravender, C. A. Mollnder; constable. C. A. Erickson. Union—Justices, W. T. Bourne. August Dau; constables, E. Donovan, John Hopkins, Wesley—Justices, A. K. Kennedy, Obed Robinson; constables, Wm. Walton, P. Ash. Whittornore—Justices, W. R. Jones, H. P. Hatch; constables, H. S. Dalley, J. V. WicUlor. On motion D. A. Buoll was autlu-.'ized to soil lot 2, in block 64, Algoua, to J. G. Green on contract for $400. On motion M. O'Rourko was appointed a committee to repair the bridge over Purcell crook in Irvington township. Resolved, That consent road petition of Alex Frasor and Jas. Young in River- dalo township be granted and each of the parties be allowed §3. Adopted. On motion the action of the committee in employing S. W. Nelson as steward of the poor farm at a salary of $300 per year was approved, and tho auditor was authorized to pay tho salary when due. On motion the action of the committee in regard to bridge between sections 9 and 10, township 97, range 27, was approved. On motion Alfred Anderson was allowed $30 additional' damage on road No. 827 through error in former allowance. At 11:56 a. m. the board adjourned till 1 p. m. Board met at 1 p. m. as per adjournment, members all present. On motion the bond of T. H. Lantry as member of the Soldier's Relief commission was approved. The consent highway petition of D. A. Buell and Frank Nicholson for road beginning at the west end of Elm street as laid out in the recorded plat of Burt, Kossuth county, Iowa, and running thence west paralel with said Elm street 383 feet, was granted. On motion G. H. Peters was appointed a committee to view location of bridge petitioned for on the center line of section 30-96, 28. Road No. 347 petitioned for by Leander Barton and others was located as follows: Commencing at the southwest corner of section 34-94, 27, and running thence north on section line to a point 17 25-100 chains north of the southwest corner of section 34-95, 27, thence north •** C. R. IjULlLVL UJ. OOVUl.t/11 U^ C/U, 4J f , U11CUUU ilUl Uil 45 degrees, east 2 12-100 chains, thence north parallel to section line four chains thence north 45 degrees, west 2 12-100 chains to section line, thence north on section line to the southwest corner of section 22-95, 27. Damages were allowed as per appraiser's report and costs assumed by the county. Road No. 348 petitioned for by Jacob Hein and others was located as follows: Commencing at the northeast corner of section 8-100, 27, and running thence south on section line to the southeast corner of section 32-100, 27. Damages were allowed as per appraiser's report and costs assumed by the county. Road No. 349 petitioned for by N. E. Bradburn and others was located as follows: Commencing at the southeast corner of section 25-100, 28, and running 1 thence west on section line, and termi* nating at the southwest corner of section 30-100, 28. Damages wore allowed as per appraiser's report and costs assumed by the county. Road No. 350 petitioned for by C. H. Lichty and others were located, as follows: Commencing at center of section 31-94, 27, and running thence east on section line 115 roads to the east, line of LuVerne cemetery. There being no claims for damages. Costs of location was assumed by the county. On motion the auditor woe authorized to have appraised and offer for sale tbe school lands in townships 08 and 89 in range 28. On motion D. A, Bueil and s?£,, O'Rourke was appointed a committee *" to view road petitioned for by C. Rippentrop and others, On motion the auditor wan authorized to buy 10 volumes Code of Iowa, revision of 1890. On motion the treasurer was ordered to refund to A, P. Nelson $9,83 tax of 1889 on ni swj section 13-96, 27, on account of exemption for trees. On motion the treasurer was ordered, to refund $8.60 tax of 1889 of Joseph Mew. on sei (section 31-97, 30, on account of exemption for trees. On motion the treasurer was ordered to refund to C. W. Parker $9.66 tax of 1889 on e* nw, and sw nw 22-95, 29, on account of exemption from trees. At 5:20 p. m. the board adjourned till 8:30 a. m, Wednesday. Nov. 12, WEDNESDAY, Nov. 12.—Board met at 8:30 a, ro, as per adjournment, mepibera all present except M, O'RourKe, On motion the school fund loans pan/da by the auditor In vacation were 'approved, Resolved, That the treasurer be and is hereby directed and authorized to re* deem from all tax sales prior to J890» the si of the awi of section 24-97, g9, on. account of erroneous taxation, the gams, being & U. 63. homestead, and Q,Q\ $$1-* ject to be taxed, Adopted. * On motioB Geo. V, Davis Br. was ap» pointed deputy tux collector tor tb» north part of tl»e cpunty as re<mee$ej|,, by tbe treasurer, On motion the auditor was autborjzej 'to draw warrants for §11 bille allowed ajj. this session. , On motion the members of the board ' were allowed the sums set opposite tbeir names for services »$ tWe sessip; G. JB. Peters, a^aays. 10 mile?.,,, fill 0.'A.'Oleson,! •i p it ""11 r V? L'if,y,

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