•/-':„< tm*Eift DES MOINES; ALGOHA, IOWA, W1BNEBBAY, DEO, 17, 1890, DOtfE iS flttEMtfE OOtffif, Wfeek Mostly Demoted to the Stlilclrti case—Criminal Matters. Court was occupied last week- almost •Wholly bjr the Schichtl divorce case, Which has attracted considerable atteti* tiott oti account of the acquaintance of th«i parties in this county. Taking evidence began Monday, and the argu- irietits of counsel were not finished until Friday night. Judge Carr rendered his decision Immediately and summed up the case in a manner which won him many compliments from the court room visitors. He gave Mrs. Schichtl her divorce, and also the custody of the five girls, ordering besides that Mr. Schichtl should pay $10 a month to their support. There was much con* flict in the evidence which ranged over the eleven years of their married life, but the specific charge on which the divorce was granted was that of physical violence to Mrs. Schichtl just prior to the birth of her last child. This constituted "cruel and inhuman treatment," as contemplated by law, and secured a decree. Both parties are well known and have their friends. Mr. Schichtl is now traveling agent for a nursery. Mrs. Schichtl is a resident of Algona, where she has made many friends in the past five years, and where she is known as a hardworking and deserving woman. Geo. E. Clarke and S. S. Sessions con- ducted the case for the plaintiff and -'John Cliggitt of Mason City for the defendant, and it was throughout a hard fought and well contested suit. THE CRIMINAL. DOCKET. The criminal cases on the calendar were soon disposed of. John Smith, who was up for alleged beer selling, was dismissed. The case against W. B. Smith for assault was continued. The case against P. Wood, the package man, . is continued pending the decision in the United States supreme court. Chas. Johnson, up for selling beer, was dismissed. W. Fender, wanted under indictment, is not arrested. Chas. Stewart paid $85 fine and costs in justice court and was dismissed. The. appeal .of Gregory Studer from a fine of $26 for assault was settled by his paying. $10 and costs. John Alderman's case was dismissed, being settled, also Jas. O. Armstrong's. OTHER EQUITY MATTERS. A default divorce case was settled by the judge last week, Alice Fullerton of Emmetsburg getting a decree. The case of Michael Donovan vs. the 'Pugsleys occupied a day. It was a " ciaim ,that defendants had trespassed on plaintiff's lands with a herd of cattle, ' but the defendants satisfied the judge that they did not own and were not responsible for the herd. Geo. E. Clarke and W. B. Quarton tried the case. . The case of G. S. Church vs. J. F. Lacy & Co. had a day's hearing. Church had had a team of Lacy to drive to the north part of the county, and the day after he got back the horse died. Lacy sued for the horse and Church left the case with a lawyer, but it was overlooked and no answer was filed. A default was taken by Lacy, and Church wants the matter opened up so that he may make a defense. The matter was not decided by the judge, as the evidence was not in. THE JURY CASES. An amusing trial was that of DeFord vs. the Curtises. It was brought to get the defendants off from plaintiff's land, and also for §25 damages. At the hearing Monday the old gentleman Curtis conducted his own case, after trying to secure three lawyers. He forgot to file any answer, and on this account the court instructed the jury to return some damage against him, which they did Monday night to the extent of $1. The old gentleman told the witnesses they could be sworn or not, just as they liked. When any of his evidence was objectedto as " incompetent" he always remarked "IJcnowIam incompetent," and then asked the judge whether his questions were proper before he put them to the witness. When he got to tho jury, he made his speech largely in a whisper, so no one in tho room knew what his argument was. Yesterday morning 1 the case of See- berling vs. A. D. Clarke was called. Mr. Seeberling held a lien on some land bought by Mr. Clarke. He said Mr. Clarke was to assume tho debt, and Mr. Clarke denies it. J. C. Raymond and W. B. Quarton tried the case, which resulted in a decision for the plaintiff. Seeberling vs. Busa was a suit to recover for a mowing machine, which Busa said was worthless. The jury staid out last night. J. C. Raymond and W. L. Joslyn were the attorneys. A LONG SESSION. Court will continue' this week at least. It is the longest session held here for years. Judge Carr, as usual, is making a fine impression on the bench, and his popularity in the district is being noted over the state, The following item is going the rounds: " Judge George H. Carr of the Fourteenth judicial district, comprising the counties of Dickinson, Emmet, Kossuth, Clay, Palo Alto, Buena Vista, Pocahontas and Humboldt, enjoys the popular distinction of having been re-elected at the late election without even one vote in opposition, having no opposing candidate, and no scattering votes being cast." Court Reporter Grier makes his first visit this term, and is a genial gentleman as well as an expert stenographer. Keep tHo Poet Warm, Men's Germam socks per pair $ Gc Boy's German socks per pair 5C Men's automatic buckle arctics.... 1 OC Men's felt boots from 90c to....... 1 OC Boy's felt boots for 90 We sell boots, shoes, rubbers, gloves, and mittens in proportion, TOWNSEND & LANGDON. BUCK-WHEAT flour So per pound at Stacy's office or at mill, Jones & Stacy.-30 WHISKEY DID IT, A Sample Case Reported From JSm- inetsbiu-g—Clmrllo Hardio Goes to tbe Asylum. The taking away of Charles Hardie to the insane asylum at Independence, Tuesday morning, says the Reporter, may properly be termed the sad sequel of a life. The besetting sin which has brought Charles Hardie to where he is today is only tlw same that has ruinec the lives of hundreds and thousands be* fore him, It has left a physical, mental, and moral wreck, and this last act in the drama of life is nothing surprising to those who have sadly etched the inroads of the accursed flro tha,t has consumed his manhood. It does not require the vivid imagination to picture a prosperous beginning of Charles Satdte r s business life. Possessed of a strong ahd robust manhood, a consider- ible amount Of property,* a kind and oving wife, the future must indeed lave- been full of bright promises, tfow it is all gone and the once strong man is carried away to the maniac's ipffie; and there is but one cause for it ail, and even those who have been gong down the road with him need not nquire the reason why. On Monday night the insane commissioners declared vtr. Hardie insane, and on Tuesday Sheriff Jacobs took him to the asylum. EROM THE OOtjNTf TOWNS, Wesley* WESLEY, Dec. 1B.--C. L. Lund and J. K. Tones of Algona were seen on our streets one day last week. ^Business in our busy little burg has been quite brisk, and merchants are reaping quite a harvest in the way of trade. F. M. Butts and J. H. Ward are in Chi;ago looking after their hay business. The parsonage is now completed, and Rev. McBride will move his family into it this week. The elder is very anxious to get settled down, and devote his time to pastoral work. Our schools close next Friday for a two weeks' vacation. There will be an exhibition given by the schools next Friday even- Ing. All are invited to come. . Preparations are on foot to incorporate our town. We see the notices are up calling an election. W. M. Colby is teaching the Longbottom school, one and a half miles south of town. Sam Plumley of Algona was taking in the sights of our city Monday. A couple of cars of emigrant movables were unloaded here this week belonging to acquaintances of Mr. Bolenias. The parties are from Sherman county, Nebraska. Mrs, D. Gillespie took her final leave of this place for her home at Richmond, 111. Monday. Mrs. G. has been living hero with her children for the past five years and has made many warm friends who will regret to hear of her going away Mrs. J. K. Waite took the train here Monday evening for a few weeks visit with her parents in Illinois. We saw Dave Haggard of Algona hanging around the depot last Monday evening till a very late hour. Dave had better look a little out what ho is doing. When we get our town incorporated we will find a place to put such fellows as he unless he is able to give a good reason for being out late. Peace has been declared between the Dutch and Irish of Wesley. The band boys are going to have their dance Christmas night, and Kunz his on New Years evening, so there will be no clash between the two factions this time. It is very evident that home rule is hound to prevail, even if Par. nell has to take a back seat. Mrs. Isaac Grove of Algona is here visit ing her son, S. E. Grove. E. S. Ross of Britt was in our town Mon day on business. C. E. Oleson, Prof. Sifert, and Miss Jennie Pettibone went down to Whittemore last Thursday evening to tend district lodge of Good Templars. Wesley grain and hay market: Wheat 70c; oats, 85c; "barley, 48c; corn, 35c; hay $1 per ton; hogs, $3 per cwt. Don't forget to come out to the school ex hibition next Friday night. IiUVerne. LuVxnNE, Dec. 15.—Wm. Crosswait am wife have rented Mrs. Finnel's house anc will move in soon. W. P. Glasgow is going to Cherokee to look up a location for his jewelry business G. W. Simmons went to Humboldt Thurs day. Chas. Hankey started for Illinois Thurs day on a visit. Mrs. J. A. Welch is on the sick list. Frank Grove returned to Goldfield on Monday last. Mi 1 . Adams of Algona is doing some insid painting this week for D. Ramm. Mrs. W. A. Patterson returned home to day from a two weeks' visit with he; daughter in Greene county. D. A. Duitman has sold out his line o groceries to our new merchant. Person & Miller have just finished an 87 foot well for Frank Shultz near town, and it is a good one. Val. Zoelle is contemplati ng a visit to tin eastern states, and will be gone some time D, A. Duitman is going to put in a ful stock of boots, shoes, and clothing soon, Chas. Ormsby is buying hay for W. L Nivers around through the country. Frank Hill went to Renwick on Saturday evening, Wm. Raney of'Algona visited here ovo Sunday, and the young ladies all seem t wear a pleasing smile. G. W. and R. W. Hanna went to Waterloo to care for their sick father, I. P. Harrison was cashier in the bank while Mr. Hanna was absent. J. C. Raymond went to*he the hub Mon day a-courting. John Bonkey and Adam Marty have goni to court this week. There will bo a dance at Patterson's hal on Christmas night, None but gentlemen with lady admitted. All others excluded Wm. Crosswait, manager. E. Pearson of Cedar Rapids is in town today. Burt. BUUT, Deo. 15.—There will be a necktl sociable at Mr. Bossingham's Friday even ing, Deo. 19. The girls are to make thi neckties and bring them to the sociable then they will be placed in envelopes an< sold to the highest bidder. The receipts .are for the benefit of Rev. Fans. All ar cordially invited. Bancroft, Register: Kbssuth county ought to b divided, but as this can not be done at pres out it will bo well for northern Kossuth tc move for an additional county seat, It is to far for people living in this part of th county to go to Algona to pay their taxes to see the board of supervisors about high ways and other matters which require a 1 tentiou. Too much time and money is spou going and coming, and the matter can b easily remedied by establishing a count peatheFO. Jf this is not done, »n effort t< have the county seat removed to Burt wil robably be made so as to accommodate the eople In one end of the county fts well as nother. Burt Is about the center of the ounty, and unless the northern part of the ounty can have a county seat of its own 10 change to Burt ought to be made. At- ona is all right as a. town for county capi- al, but it is too far south to accommodate eople living tip here. A meeting of the eople of northern Kossuth • will probably e called this winter to talk the matter of nother county seat over, and obtain the entiment of the people. Greenwood* GHEESWOOD, Dec. 15.—Mr. Hethershaw s shipping poultry. Mr. Bumhart sold Ors. Searle some hay t $8.50 per ton on the ground four miles vest of Bancroft. Several young men were out hunting Sun- ay last and several Sundays before. It oesn't look very well, boys. A farmer west of Bancroft had a runway last week. The team jumped off the rade east of Neilson's, throwing the box with its contents of o ton of coal upside own over tho man, who escaped without much injury. Seneca. SENECA, Dec. 15.—Rob. Campbell is build- ng a house and barn and will' soon bo eady to occupy them. Mr. and Mrs. Rob. Campbell are very roud of their first born, which is a month Id.' J. B. Carr has built a large cow barn, and s adding to the depth of his well. Mrs. Littlefield has a largo double corn .rib building. Mr. John Barf oot, who has eased the farm, has a good crop for his first r ear. There will be a shooting match with urkey prizes at Nels Kessel's on Friday. H. H. McChano has discovered a fine spring upon his farm, but he lost a good steer in making the discovery. The creature smelt water and in testing the quality became mired. There's no loss without some gain. There are some new buildings upon T. H Conner's farm. •» Several of our sportsmen are bagging game. CHOICE buckwheat flour on hand. J J. Wilson.-34t8 10,000 Turkeys Wanted. Do not sell or contract your Turkeys to parties traveling hrough the. country until you have seen us and db- ained our prices. BOiRDMAN BROS, 0,000 THE $2.50 watch in Bowyer's is just the thing for a boy. Will keep good lime, and answer every purpose. TOPICS OF THE TIME. How to Break Up a Severe Cold, The Virginia City, Mont., Madlsonlan says When we find a medicine we know to possess genuine merit we consider it a duty, and we take pleasure In telling the public what it is Such a medicine we found Chamberlain's Cough Kemedy, last winter, when la grippe was prevailing. We are satisfied that we warded off several attacks that were threaten Ing by the use of this syrup, and we have since relieved, in a few hours, severe colds, and In the course of two or three days entirely broken them up by Its use, as have several of ou; friends to whom we have recommended It. It Is all that it Is represented to be V>y the manu facturers. If you have a cough and want to stop it, Chamberlain's Cough Remedy will the work. Sold by F. W. Dingley. Croui) Has Lost Its Terrors. Mr. John H. Cullom, editor of the Garland Texas, News, writes as follows: "I wish to add my testimonial to the efficacy of Chamber Iain's Cough Remedy for croup. That dread monster has lost Its terrors for us since we be gan using the Remedy. It never falls to giv speedy relief In the worst cases of croup, an< we always keep a bottle In the house and re commend Its use to our friends whose littl ones are so liable to be attacked with croup during the winter months." Sold InAlgoni by F. W. Plngley. FOE Christmas Bowyer's silverwea is just the thing. He has everything and at remarkably cheap prices. Ge something useful as well as beautiful. PLEASE remember that I keep glove and mittens. F. S. Stough. Pronounced'Hopeless, Yet Saved. From a letter written by Mrs. Ada E. Hurd o Groton. S. D., we quote: " Was taken with a ba cold, which settled on my lungs, cough set in an finally terminated In consumption. Four doctor gave me up, saying I could live but a snort time I gave myself up to my Saviour, determined If could not stay with ray friends on earth I woul meet my absent ones above. My husband was ad vised to get Dr. King's New Discovery for Con sumption, coughs, and colds, I gave It a trial- took In all eight bottles; It tins cured me and thimk God I am now a well and hearty woman. Trial bottles free at Dr. Sheetz 1 drug store. Begu lar size, 50c and $1, 4 Eupepsia, This Is what you ought to have; In fact you mus have It to fully enjoy life. Thousands are seurol Ing for It dally, and mourning because they find 1 not. Thousands upon thousands of dollars ar spent annually by our people In the hope that the may attain this boon. And yet It may be had b all. We guarantee that Electric Bitters, It use according to directions and the use persisted In will bring you good digestion and oust the demo dyspepsia and Install Instead eupepsla. Were commend Electric Bitters for dyspepsia nnd al diseases or the liver, stomach, and kidneys. Sol at 50c and 81 a bottle by Dr. Sheetz. 4 liuekleu's Arnica Salve. The best salve In the world for cuts, bruises sores, ulcers, salt rheum, fever sores, tetter, chi blolns, chapped hands, corns, and all skin erup lions, mid positively cures piles, or no pay Is re quired. It la guaranteed to give perfect satlsfac tlon, or money refunded. Price 25 cents per box Sold by Dr. Sheetz, druggist, Algona. I HAVE a fine assortment of men' German socks and felt boots. F, S Stough. English Spavin Liniment Removes all hard, soft, or calloused lumps o blemishes from horses, blood spavin, curbs splints, sweeney, ring bone, stifles, sprains, al swollen throats, etc, Save $50 by use of on bottle; warranted. The most wonderfulblem Ish cure ever known. Sold by Dr. Sheetz. Itch cured in 30 minutes by Wolford's Sani tary Lotion. Sold by Dr. Sheetz. MEN'S artics and overs at Stough's K IDD'S GERM EBADICATOR" POSI tively cures all diseases—because it kill all germs, bacteria, parasites, microbes, an animalculm In the system, which the prom nent physicians in convention agreod was th cause of all disease. The air, water, vegeta bles and fruit are full of these little worms oauslng catarrh, consumption, diabetes, an Brlghvs disease, cancers, tumors, and all BO called incurable diseases. (Never known t fail to cure consumption, catarrh, kldne troubles and syphilis.) 95 per 2-gul. stone jar sent anywhere on receipt of price. This Is th only geduine article; all others are dangerou counterfeits. Dr. Sheetz Issues guarantees t cure all ailments for Kldd's Germ Eradicate for the manufacturers. Between now and Jan, i, 1891, any size Platter (j» G* Mekin's ironstone china) will be sold at a 20 per cent, discount at the CASH STORE, We also have a large assortment of Lamps and Chamber Sets. Call and get our prices before you buy. are paying 18 cents for Eggs, Note our prices on a few items : All kinds of $c Yeast for ...... 03 Soda per pkg ............... O$ Axle Grease per box ......... 06 Lewis Lye per box .......... IO Gloss Starch per pound ....... 05 Clothes Pins per doz ........ OI NORTHERN IOWA Normal School, ALGONA, IOWA. The place for thorough drill in all common branches. The place to prepare for teaching. The place to prepare for college. The place to pursue advanced studies in Mathematics, Science and Language. The place for practical work in Commercial Brandies. The place to study Music, Instrumental and Vocal. Winter Term begins Dec. 30,1890. P. D. DODGE, A. M., Principal. H. B. M'COLLUM, A. B., Associate Principal. NOTICE OF INCORPORATION OF THE Remember We are Agents for Rock Salt. tgp^ If we can fit you with a pair of Shoes or Boots, we will sell them cheap. Come and see us. TOWNSEND & LANGDON. WINTER GOODS. You will find the largest assortment of WINTER FOOT WEAR -AT- Notlce is hereby given that the above-named company has organized and commenced doing business under the name and style of "Tho Lotts Creek Co-Operative Creamery Company." The principal place of transacting business will be Fenton, Kossuth county, Iowa. The general nature of the business to be transacted is to collect and manufacture into butter and cheese the milk belonging to subscribers to its capital stock, and to purchase and manufacture milk, cream, and other dairy products, and to sell the same, and to do all things necessary to make the aforesaid business a success. The amount of capital stock authorized by this corporation Is Six Thousand Dollars, (0,000), which Is divided Into shares of Fifty ($50) Dollars each; Three Thousand ($3,000) of which Is paid up, and the certificates for the remainder of said authorized capital stock shall be Issued upon resolution passed by the board of directors, and shall be sold at such time and in such manner as may be determined by said board. The time of commencement of this corporation was Dec. 2,1800, and It shall continue twenty years, unless sooner dissolved by the stockholders representing three fourths of the stock voting for such dissolution. The affairs of this corporation are to be conducted by a board of five directors, who shall be elected by and from among the stockholders at the annual meeting, which meeting will be on the first Saturday in January in each year, and the officers of this corporation shall be a president, vice-president, treasurer, and secretary, and such other officers as the board shall deem necessary, and as shall be elected by the board. All officers shall be elected at the January meeting In each year. The highest amount of indebtedness to which this corporation can subject itself Is not to exceed two-thirds of Its paid-up capital stock. All private property of the stockholders is to be exempt from corporate debts. Witness our hands this 1st day of December, A. D. 1800. AUGUST BETTCHEH, AUGUST KHAUSB, F. L. HANNEY, JOHN SCHEIMN, 30 Incorporators of said Corporation. F. S. STOUGH'S Boot and Shoe Store. Arctics, German Socks, Felt Boots, Ladies' Fleece-lined Shoes, Gloves and Mittens, etc. 1 >i a . S. SANTA CLAUSSOAR You t$\ ME THE p\E:\5od'a Nice's I^E p\/Or\iTE NOTICE FOR TAX DEED. To AdellaR. Smith: Vou are hereby notified that on the Sd day of December, 1885, the following described real estate, situated in the county of Kossuth, and state of Iowa, to-wlt: The east one-half of the northeast quarter of section number twenty-nine, township number one hundred, range number twenty-nine—was sold by the treasurer of said county to Geo. O. Call, who Is now the lawful holder of the certificate of purchase thereof. That the right of redemption will expire and a deed for said laud be made unless redemption from such salo be made within ninety days from the completed service of this notice. Dated this 4th day of December, A, D. 1800. GEO. C. CALL, 37t3 Holder of Certificate. <***%- BY CHICAGO. O. Xj. Real Estate Agent, Algona, Iowa. Lands bought and sold on commission. Special attention given to care and sale of real estate In Kossuth and adjoining ooun.tlea for non-residents. Agent tor the German Insurance company, of Freeport, 111. Passage tickets to and from the old countries sold at Ipweat rates. The New Meat Market. BENNETT & ANDEESON, Proprietors of the new market on- Thoringtou street, keep everything In fresh and salt meat. Fresh nsh every Friday. Come and see us. U The Cheapest House in the City." That reputation was fong since established by DURANT BROTHERS And we succeed in maintaining it against ail odds, Our stock this season for the Holiday J trade is very complete, and contains Books, Albums, Toys, Games, Etc, All elegant in design, and forming a splendid assortment from which to select JJqiidicly ents for old or young. We solicit patronage and guarantee prices the VERY LOWEST NOTE.—Any book or other article not in stock will be ordered and promptly received, m nished at the list price. Remember we are headquarters for Books of all kinds. AH th§ J - J1 on sale. Come in and see us, whether you buy 9r nQk ™ TT1 A *"
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