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DI1B MOtNlH: ALGONA, IOWA, WEDNESDAY, MARCH 23, 1898. ALL OVER BIG KOSSUTH, A DISCUSSION OP THE RAHM OASE. A Jurol- Snye It Wftft Decided Alone on Lftw and Kvldeiice-Oen- crttl County U. S. Clarke, editor of the Ledyard Leader, was a juror in the Rahm case. He discusses the outcome at length, and tells how the jury viewed the evidence: It is hardly necessary to say that there has been some fault found with the decision of the jury, for in and around Algona there is a strong sentiment against Rahtn which thinks the jury ought to have found him guilty of assault with the intent to commit murder, which would moan ten years In the penitentiary. It was an impartial jury and none of them were acquainted with Rahm and certainly would have found him guilty of the last named charge had they considered there had been sufficient evidence produced to justify it. The jury were not allowed to take into consideration the reputation or character of Mr. Rahm prior to the Prairie township fracas, and the court would not allow it introduced as evidence in the case. The instructions were to return a verdict accord ing to the evidence produced at the trial, and to have returned any other verdict than was returned, a groat deal of supposing and presuming would necessarily have had to have been done, besides the law says the defendant must be given the benefit of all doubts. The case was ably handled hy County Attorney Raymond and son for the state, and Mr. Curtissof Algona and Mr. Dyer of Nevada for de- fondant. To those who are inclined to censure the jury we will say there is a wide difference between convicting a man on general principles and on facts in a case as brought out by a court, and you are compelled by law to render your verdict according to the latter. is now in charge of E. B. Higley's Emmetsburg branch house. Will is a first class fellow, and can make business win wherever he is. Rev. Tierney left Monday evening for Colfax Springs, Iowa, to take baths. He will be absent two weeks. During absence all sick calls will be attended by Father Nichols. At 8:30 next Sunday services will be held at the Catholic church by Father Nichols. DOGS MUST HAVE COLLARS Ltl VERNE OASE IS THUS DECIDED Ijoclyard Lender. C. C. Chubb is up from Algona looking after his extensive real estate interests in this part of the county. Work commenced Monday morning on Dr. Lowder's new house. Last Monday Cliff Trimble and Geo. Wolf shouldered (.fre'ir guns and started out in pursuifc'of wild game. After being out abr/tit two hours they corralled a flock/'of brant and with two shots brought down five of them. Swea City Herald. Dun'n & Kruse have bought the Barber elevator at Swea City. They closed a deal last week for the west elevator at a good price. B. M. Richmond started for Hot Springs, Ark., yesterday, where he expects to spend a couple of months for the benefit of his health. He, took his cousin, Virginia, and her mother along as far as their route lies with his own on their return to Jeffersonville, Ind., their former home. The marriage of Nils Anderson and Miss Olive Oofford occurred on Thursday evening, March 10, at Mr. and Mrs. J. A. Erickson's home in Swea township. A, D. Clarke was behind the counters of the bank a few hours Thursday last. A prairie Dre got started last Monday from a flax stack fired the day before and made things lively up around section 16 in Grant township. Mr. Godden lost nearly all his hay and other parties lost good stacks of feed. Tom Storm happened to be up at August Trouth's and they went over and assisted Mrs. and Miss Godden in saving their buildings. Tumble weeds assisted the fire across fire breaks and the whole neighborhood was out fighting fire most of the afternoon. It was .a terrible day for a fire and it is a wonder that more damage was not done. A New Bank at LuVcrhe. Britt Tribune: Rodney Hill and Ira Peck will start a bank in LuVerne, which will bo managed by Ernest Peck. Ernest is a bright young business man and ia certain to make a success of the business. The banking firm is a strong one and Lu Verne will be greatly bene- fitted by the acquisition of a second bank. Ited Hot at \VIilttemore. A caucus was held to name a city ticket at Whittemore and N. L. Cotton was named for mayor, John F. Schaible and E. A. Weisbeck for councilmen. After the caucus was over Mayor Boyle got up and announced that another caucus would be held. This named Geo. E. Boyle for mayor, J. M. Parley and M. P. McDowell for councilmon. The election will be on the warm order. LuVerne News. At the school election Monday E. P. Quick was elected director and G. W. Hanna treasurer. At the people's independent caucus Saturday night the following ticket was placed in the field: Mayor, Chas. Konarskii; councilmen, Wm. ' Hof and Geo. Lacy; clerk, H. L. Simmons; treasurer, B. F. Guthrie; assessor, W. A. Patterson. The name of the ticket has since boon changed to thocitizens'tick- et. (icnnniiln Stniidnrd. Fred Friia camo up from Algona Saturday afternoon to the crossing and walked into town. There wore others Nick Mouscl Snys Not Guilty of Sell- lilquor—Another Skinner Case—Court Notes. luff that walker] over with him from the crossing. Ho enjoyed a Sunday visit with friends hero and on Monday returned homo. Mr. Friis will bo remembered us the efficient and faithful clerk in the long ago Calkins store. At present ho is clerk in County Auditor Calkin's oITice at Algona. A. J. Lilly, the library man, was in •Buffalo Center last Saturday investigating the water works sentiment and public library, the last named public factor he learned had many defects and was not giving satisfactory service. It was not so. Mr. Lilly lias a clear intelligence of civil engineering and should the people of Buffalo Center see fit to employ him they will secure an able man. Mr. Lilly comes from Algona, was formerly president of the normal school in that city. This school would exist today if the people of the county seat had supported it the way they ought. It is absurd for those guns down there to talk of having a school providing they support it as they did when Mr. Lilly superintended it. He will return to Algona as soon as he establishes a library here and at Swea City. Flro In Lotts Crock. Emmetsburg Reporter: Some of the people east of Cylinder, near the Kossuth county line, were badly scared on Monday last. Fire got out in some manner and as the wind was blowing at a terrific rate it swept up theslough almost as fast as a railroad train. When near J. P. Walker's place it leaped over a considerable distance of ploughed ground and set fire to a straw stack in his barn yard. Fortunately the wind was blowing away from buildings and no further damage was done. The Lu Verne dog case is settled, and Judge Quarlon sustains the Lu Verne ordinance, which authorizes anybody to kill any dog on the townsite without a collar and tag. R. S. Darr's good bird dog went to Lu Verne on a visit, and a dog somewhat, resembling it having bitten Wm. Eilia, Ellis shot Darr'sdog. Suit was brought before 'Squire Clarke and he held that the ordinance was illegal and gave Darr a verdict. But Judge Quarlon overrules this decision and holds that the ordinance is good. Dog owners will take warning and bo careful how they let their dogs run without a collar. PLEADS NOT GUILTY. Nick Mousel, who was brought down for selling beer at Gormania, pleaded not guilty and put up $600 bonds. Sullivan & McMahon are engaged for the defense. ANOTHER SKINNER CASE. C. II. Boals uued Louis Douge for $80 on a note given to N. J. Skinner. Doege claims the note was for $40, that Skinner raised it to $02, and that he paid Skinner. Taylor nncl Swotting were for Bouls and Bonar and Ripley for Docgo. The judgment was for the defendant. Skinner turned the note over to Boals as a good note. COURT NOTES. Judge Quarton returned from DCS Moinos Thursday and held court Friday and Saturday. The Massillon Engine company is suing John C. Schirmer for a machine note, by Cliirko & Cohenour. Thocaso will bo hotly fought, Bonar, Carr & Parker for defense. A. D. Clarke is suing to get 80 acres of land from Link Singleton. He claims Link held the land for him. Link says he actually owned it. The cn.se will be hoard at the next term. Tho Corwith state bank sued to establish an equity of redemption in land in Ed. Mahoney, when Mahoney had sold all his interests to other partins. Bradford of Britt represented the bank and Clarke & Cohenour the land owners. The judge held with the latter. A great many cases were disposed of at this term. The docket is pretty well cleared. that she will start home from Nashville, Term., next Monday. She wrote from the top of Lookout mountain, and said the weather was delightful. Will Hutchmson is at the head of a bis cracker concern in Nashville, having often 250 men in his employ. He has made a big business success, and Mrs. Hutchinson and the little ones are in the best of health. OUR line of dried fruit is as complete as ever. M. Z. GROVE & SON. PROFESSIONAL. CLARKE & COHENOUR, ATTORNEYS AT LAW. Office over First National bank, Algona, la. E. H. CLARKE, ATTORNEY AT LAW. Collection agent. Boston block. DANSON & BUTLER, LA W. LOANS. LAND. Collections a specialty. Ofllce over Galbralth's. The Wiarwam SULLIVAN & McMAHON, ATTORNEYS AT LAW, Office in Hoxie-Feriruson bljek. E. V. SWETTING, ATTONEY AT LA W, Algona, Iowa. J. C. HAYMOND. EBNEST C. RAYMOND RAYMOND & RAYMOND, ATTORNEYS AT LAW, Algona, Iowa. FREDERICK M. CURTISS, ATTORNEY AT LAW. Ofllce over Kossuth County State Bank, Algona, Iowa. Hurt Monitor. Miss Anna Schryver has returned from the state normal school at Cedar Falls. Lee Moore and Chas. Hanna have lately purchased the John Douglass 200-acre farm in the southwest part of the township. Mr. Douglas is going to Missouri. H. A. Smith is going to erect a roomy and creditable house, the main part to be 18x34 with a wing 14x22, all 16 feet high. The band boys will put on their drama, "The Jail Bird," on Friday night, John Voorhies, on the W. T, Bourne farm, got a broken leg Tuesday by the wind blowing a heavy barn door down, which struck him with great force on the leg below the knee. W. T. Bourne has a broken rib, but it was pot discovered until last week. Some little time ago he was assisting unloading some goods at the grocery and a mishap at that time is regarded as being reBponsible for the broken member. Two townships in Missouri aren't to be compared with a good quarter section farm in Kossuth county, Iowa. E. B. Eddy, who owned a good farm in Portland township, has tried it, but long ago he crept back over into Iowa to live and die in a good state. R. R. Radwuy also tried it, and there are others. They all come back. The citizens of Burt met in caucus Tuesday evening and nominated Thoa. Hanna for mayor, O. P. McDonald and J. R. Blossom for councilmen, J. B. Watkins for street commissioner, M. H. Stoddard for assessor. A recorder and treasurer should have been nominated, but was overlooked. They will probably be put on now by petition. The contest for mayor was between Thos. Hanna and Dr. W. T. Peters, the vote standing 41 to 44. WJiHtemore Champion, Mrs, Dorweiler has the distinction of being the first lady school director in WfaitSempre and perhaps in the county. Mr, Farley's safe has been opened and the contents found to be saved, but it got hot enough as the edges of some 01 the books were burned. W- S, Wiloox, the poplar egg man, i liaiicroft Register. E. D. Morris died at his home in Bancroft Tuesday morning, March 15, of pneumonia, in his 54th year. The local Knights of Pythias have decided to surrender their hall and not attempt to longer keep up the order here for the present. Hon. S. Mayne started Tuesday for Texas to look over the east central part of the big state with a view to making some land speculations. It is prophesied the electric lio-ht measure to be voted on at Algoua's municipal election will be defeated bv a good majority. The local Woodman camp is arranging for a big time next Thursday evening. Jerry S. Green of Maquoketa, the noted secret society lecturer, willdeliver his lecture on " Woodcraft" in Jefferson hall in addition to which a program of vocal and instrumental music, recitations, etc., has been arranged. After the program supper will be served by the ladles for which will bo charged a nominal fee. We Say Buy your wedding rings of us and we will make the bride a present, and we djdn t have to copy it from our would- be competitors, neither have we ever seen an ad. of theirs (except those copied from a jewelers' journal during the holidays) that we would care to put our signature to. We are the originators of the above proposition in Kossuth county, and we do not raise the price so much on every ring that we can afford to give you a clock. If the price is not raised on the ring imagine what a nice, reliable clock you would set with a solid gold $2 ring! This might be a good thing to spring in an insane asylum to quiet some of the permanent guests, but it is just a little on the cyclone order for the intelligent people of Kossuth county. There has been a hot time in the old town for our competitors ever since the sign of the Big Watch wont out, and the above ring advertisement only serves as proof of what we have heretofore stated, that we lead and others try to follow. Remember we are headquarters for our line of goods, and we duplicate any catalogue price on earth Come and see us. 5 2 DlNGLKY & PUGH. Anyone wishing the services of an experienced nurse with good references, can obtain one by applying at the house on the southwest corner of biock 55, or at Wm. deary's for MRS. A. E'. WILLIAMSON, 50t4 Box 503, Algona, Iowa. FOR time loans on real estate apply at Kossuth County State Bank. USE Chase & Sanborn's coffee—the cheapest coffee on the market. 46 IF you have idle money why not have it where it will earn you something. Interest paid on time deposits. 4o GEO_C. CALL. MAPLE CITY soap a good thing at Grove & Son's. F. L. TRIBON, M. D., Homeopathic. PHYSICIAN AND SURGEON. Office and residence In the Boston Block. (In the new block.) H. C. MeCOY, M. D., PHYSICIAN AND SURGEON. Office at residence, McGregor street. SECHLER EXTENSION TOP SURREY. W E have a finer line of vehicles this year than ever before. If you want a top buggy, surrey, road wagon, or spring wagon, be sure and see our goods before you buy. We can do you good. Wilfrid P. Jones. ALGONA AND BQBT. PHYSICIAN AND SURGEON, Algona, Iowa. M. J. KENEFICK, PHYSICIAN AND SURGEON. Office and residence over Taylor's. H. D. SPENCER, M. D., PHYSICIAN AND SURGEON, Sexton. Iowa. DR. MARGARET E. COLES, Homeopatldc Physician and Surgeon. Office and residence in Boston Block, ALGONA, IOWA. ONION sets, white and yellow, now on sale at M. Z. Grove & Son's. You have several dollars' worth of old clothes that are good, but soiled Dye them over with Putnam Fadeless dyos and they will bo now again. Only takes one hour and they will not stain your hands or vessels. Sold at E. & F drug store. PERSONAL MOVEMENTS. Mrs. Skiff is visiting at the Carlon home. Mrs. W. H, Ingluim wont to Omaha yes- E. J.^Murtaffh came homo from the west E ' C ' Brke htl E. S. GLASIER, D. D. S., SURGEON DENTIST. Office over the State Bank, Algona, Iowa. Bff SUFFER from DEFECTIVE or improperly adjusted glasses, thereby risking total blindness? is I Garry No Stock, Glasses Ground DENTIST. A. L. RIST, D. D. S. Local anaesthetic foi deadening pain In gums when extracting teeth. is Mrs. M. P. Weaver came home last week Tuesday from a pleasant visit at Hartley. Thayer Lumbar is homo after s i8 son ' Ho LEGAL NOTICES. x -^ v ^*-^ s -'^-^-^~^-^^^-^^-^>w^v^^-^w^^x. CITY ELECTION NOTICE. MAYOR'S PROCLAMATION. Notice Is hereby given that the annual municipal election of Fhe city of Algona, Iowa W £ e hold on Monday, March 2871808. Polls wl » be °P e .? f rom 8 o'clock a. m. till 6 o'clock p. m. Polling places in the different wards as follows: First ward, Bysou building •Sec ond ward John Goeders building nextfe Wls- ; Third ward, Normal building; Fourth TO ORDER Heavy railroad and hotel bills must be paid extra in visiting eminent opticians in the larger places. W. F. RIPKE, M. O. OPTHALMIC OPTICIAN. Graduate Chicago Opthalmic College. The most difficult cases, and children a specialty. Lenses properly adopted, according to the Dioptric system to the most dif- ism An 8 lsnm n fwfnT ari ?> u™ 8 ? f H ypermetropia, Myopia, Aphalda, Astigmat- ZtheliSa ° Pla ' Presb y°P la ' S P™ °f Ciliary Mu'scle, Strabismus* and spending ^ - W. W. Hnight was up from Fonda Mon- n hi8 ***** hud time. Wedding . Buy your wedding rings of us. We give a clock with each sale. E. G Bowyer, jeweler and optician, first door east oj postofflce.-51 _ BEDUOTION in rates via St. Paul to Pacific coast points-froro Algona \, Q Portland, Seattle, and Taoorna, first Judge and Mrs. Quartern enjoyed the governor's reception at Dos Moines verv much, and met many friends. Miss-Louise McCoy is home from her Iowa City visit. She was very favorably impressed with the state university ami with Iowa City as a college town. Andrew Hanson is back from Denmark " 1( iT aS U -n l L gh h - is , tl ; ip had "B™ 0 *! with him. He will be with Doxsee's hardware next week. Andrew has boon studying high-class.plumbing while gone. Col. Spencer writes that business will keep him at Rico Lake, Win., for an indefinite period, and that he will give up all business arrangements ho had made for spending the summer in Al K ona. r °ueCouncilman In First ward to succeed F. .'ard to succeed ward to succeed P. M°B° g£ m i' nman J " Fourth ward to succeed There will also be submitted to be voted un- on a proposition to levy a tax of one mill on the dollar for library purposes. A H t T T Jl '•*'• CHKiaciiirjLES, Mayor Attest: J. L. DONAHOO, Clerk. . 52t2 Do your eyes tire, ache, smart, or water? Do your evelida P-ot inflnrr,^ 8p ectivefa°mil7 ap hysfcian nyinanyWay ^ 'Such cases are referred to their re- .Ssm^orlf ^specialty" 080 m6th ° d of examination ^ Eetinoscopy and high- Examination and consultation free. Office over E. J. Gilmore's store, ALGONA, IOWA. er trunk Nicoulm went north yesterday with three from Hartley, three from Masou City, five from Rolfe, one from Bancroft, two from Britt, two fvom L-aPorte. That shows the territory he is covering. Goo. Sarchott came home from Iowa Citv Saturday His Brother Lloyd will graduate from the homeopathic medical college next week, and.Ottmer Bossingham will graduate from the regular school. George has another year to put in. ^^i b o Mrs. M. E. Schleicher hears from her husband that he has started inland for the gold country. He reports pleasant weather at Sitktt, and says the country in Alaska is much more attractive than he had supposed He thinks Seattle is u live city. Ex-Marshal Willey went to LuVerne Monday, morning. There he was jpined by his brothers, Al. and Jo., and the three went to St. Paul on the MiimeapoHs road They are povv well uuder way for the R«°?« lko ' ^ They wiu buy tUeil> suppliee at peattle and set put from there Mrs. l\ H. Lajutry writes to Mr. Lantry ELECTION NOTICE. Notice is hereby given that at the regular Meeting^of the city council of Algona, towa was adopted: 88 ' ' ^ followl &^«>lutlon Me it resolved by the city council of the citv of Algona, Iowa, That the following propos? tion be submitted to a vote of the oual fled electors of said city at the municipal Section to be held March 28, 1808, and that the same M± 1 ' B % m ' Clei ' ed P« u »shed in the Upper Des Moines, Algona Courier and the Algona Re PuW'oan lor four consecutive weeks: bhall the city grant to any private person, firm or corporation the exclusive fi-anclilHe for the purpose of furnishing the city forty 1,200- cauaie-power arc lights at a cost not to exceed 84.50 each per month; the city reserving the acfua °co P s U tV S ° " 16 plilnt "* any "'»•» at For granting an electric light franchise. Against granting an electric light franchise. P s, ^ : D OK Aiioo;c^S ILLKS ' M ^ Attest J NOTICE. y .it' Iowa " executor of and testament of Abigail Crabb deceased, late of said county. All persons in^ debted to said estate will make payment to ^ Uurc !°>, l ' slfc ' ned ' and those having ""aims m, properly - - _,__. ^..« M u«n4 v ^v/1' Il-llO\VclllC6> ma, Iowa, March 13, 1888. E. H. SLAGLli, Executor. DR. PRESTON, Eye, Ear, Nose and Throat Mason. Qity, Operations, performed. Diseases treated, Spectacles fitted. Full stock of everything needed on the farm, at O. P. P15BK Haggard & Peek, [Successors to Jones & Smith..-) Abstracts, Real Estatej-ANo^ Collections, ALGONA, IOWA. One Hundred Dollars ~_ Is offered to any person who can duplicate the CIGAR FOR 5 CENTS. SCHU & WATERHOUSE, i,l'' V < ' ' I 5 ' ~ J ^

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