The Algona Republican from Algona, Iowa on June 20, 1894 · Page 1
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VOL ALGONA* KOSSUTH , tOWA, WEDNESDAY, JUNE 20, 1894. NO. 38. A t A f For the Best G-oods at the most Reasonable THE COUNT! .CONVENTION, Just Look In AT THE A T A V A T Ambrose A; Call,' President. D.fl. Hutchins, Vlce-Pres. Wm. K. Ferguson, . • -Cashier: C. D. Smith, Ass't. Cash. THE FIRST NATIONAL BANK, ALGONA, IOWA. CAPITAL, $5<M>OO; Jttxmey on Hand to loau ut reasonable rates to parties who furnish first-class security Directors— D. H. Hutching, S. A. Ferguson, Philip Dorwellor, IV. e. Carter, Ambrose A. Call, K. H, Spencer, Win. .K. Ferguson. CASH CAPITAL—$5O,OOO.OO. OFFICERS AND DIRECTORS,^ A. D. Clarke, Pros., 0.0. Chubb, Vice Pres., Thos. H. Lantry. Cashier, Geo. L- Qalbralth, W. 0. Tyrrell, Myron Schenck, - -' - ' • Thos.T. Oooke. ' • ' 1 Algona, Iowa. t'jGErvTERAL BANKING, Private Safety Deposit Vaults. rest Paid for ?.iinp Deposits. W. U. lughain, , President. J. B, Jones, ' : : Vice President. "Lewis H. Smith, Cashier. Kossuth County State Bank. A.LGONA, IQWA. •* CAPITAL $5O,OOO. Incorporated uader general laws ol Iowa. Deposits received, .money loaned, foreign and domestic exchange bought and sold. Collections made promptly and a general banking business transacted. Passage tickets to or from the.old countries sold at lowest rates. > Directors— W. H. fngnam, John G. Smith,,J. B. Jones, T. Ourischllles, Lewis fl. Smith, J. W. Wadsworth. Baruet Devine. ABSTRACTSJJF TITLE! It you need an Abstract of Title to your land, it will pay you to have an experienced Abstractor do the work. The value of an Abstract depends entirely upon the financial responsibility of the flrm 'certifying 'to the same, as {hey are held responsible, lor errors. We hare had twenty-five years of experience in tUis kind of business and guarantee our work. Our books are complete and 1 kept posted to date. • Give as a call, JONES & SMITH. 33. REPAJRINC NEATLY DONE. A,t J^aoy's Old Stand, opposite Tennftnt House. IOWA, (Successor to O'Niell &'Qetty;-9ealer In LIMEj ' : OEMENT, STUCCO, ANP ALL KINPS PF PUIUDINC MATERIAL. af« ^Jore buying, " the Republicans Reviewed the Parade, Selected their Delegates and then Went to the Circus. S. S, Sessions and W. B. Quarton are Given the Naming of their Delegations ori a Vote of 49 to 37.—All Dollivef Delegates. The republican county convention met last Friday and was called to order soon after; 10:80 by County Chairman B. W. Haggard, and organized with J, M. Parley of Wltittemoi'e, chairman, S. Nicholson of Burt, secretary, and Mart Weaver of Algona, assistant secretary. Committees on credentials and permanent organization were appointed. The former committee reported twentj-three townships and precincts represented by eighty-two delegates aa follows: Algona, First Ward—J. G. Smith, J. W. Wadsworth, E. W. Hackman, Alex White. Second—M. Starr, A. D. Clarke, E. H. Hist, B. W. Haggard. Third—H, B. Butler, Amasa Paine, Alpheus Johnson, Chas. Soderburg. Fourth — Frank Nicoulin, Prank Chandler, Mart Weaver, Milo Chapin, Will Haggard. Springfield—F. H. Manther, W. J. Burton. Eiverdale—A. Fisher, M. O'Eourke. Whittemore—J. M. Farley, Geo. E. Boyle, J. DeGraw, H. P. Hatch, H. S. Daily. Swea—C. A. Erickson, E. J.Nichols. Ledyard—F. Miller, A. W. Montgomery, Jno. Witmer. ' Cresco—Chas. Chubb, C. Eickard, E. Wright, O. A. Potter. LuVerne—C. W. Goodwin, E. W., Hanna, Geo. Lacyi Paul Fechner. Irvington—D. A. Wallace, C. B. Hutchins, Seth Newcomb, Z. C. An-; druss. '. Burt—Jno. Kerr, G. W. Patterson, H. L. Kimball, H.B. Hallock, S. Nicholson. Lotts Creek—A. H. Bixby, N. C. Taylor. , ''•'.< Greenwood—S.' Mayne, A. Dinger, W. W. Alcprn, J. Nyman, J. B. Cam B. F. Wickwire. ' * Fenton—F, C. Boevers, W. Pet'tit, Jno. Weisjarod. • . *• " "•. M. Parsons* E. Starks." CJBlebsnmen, clerk Buffalo 9 00 ! Sllftsjtoupc, clerk-Letts Creek 11 50 , -—, clerk Whlttemore 000 Ghas Helbsamen, elk Buffalo road list.. 4 00 W A Cliipman, clerk Portland.... 5 00 W F Jenkensori, clerk Union 600 ,il H Mcrrltleld, clerk liamsey 5 00 JB-Burgtson,clpi-k Harrison ,.... 900 PA Potter, clerk Ofesco 10 00 Paul Dorweller, clcirk Garfleld 8 00 A<* VVnrd, clerk Greenwood 700 9 Warburton, clerk Lincoln 8 87 HOHoIlcnbock, clerk Wesley. 5 60 JOhnllecUtnan, clerk Ledyard, 1000 W Burton, clerk Springfield 4 00 Wjj*,AJeorn. equal, b'd Bancroft .. 400 J KjBruer, do 4 00 ' A-Eflrstenbe'rff, do ' 8 00 WtB Warburton, trustee Lincoln 4 00 GedN Patterson, trustee Burt 200 AiJJlhgor, trustee Greenwood 0 00 li I Bruyton, do 8 00 M.L O-ofdon, trustee Pluto Creek..., 4 00 •(J,C ! Allen, trustee Portland 200 :W A Chipman. clerk Portland 4 00 wmJLamoroux, trustee Buffalo 2 00 9 00 200 COO 800 800 400 2 00 200 400 400 4 00 4 00 400 4 00 400 400 WmLamoroiix. trustee Buffalo L J.Newel, clerk Fonton . •Ma* Miller, trustee Sherman C W Goddard, bal. equal, b'd Bancroft.. ;E McWhorter, trustee Portland. •\Ym Dan, trustee Lotts Creek .H Kllnplelioefer, trustee Whlttomore.. J MGray, trustee Buffalo .Martin Uubrn, trustee Prairie.'..., A'A Call, mem. b'd equal, Algoua J W Wiidsworth, do. Wlrt Cordingley. do, DH Hutchins. do.... LILGnrfleld, do. John Magnussen, do Jos Nicoulin, do ... Stepli'ui Pettibono, do AHululilson. clerk do .",- * 00 PM Taylor, justice fees 9 00 L T Clement, j fees state vs Butler 18 95 Obed Koblnson, j fees state vs Adams.. 5 50 1 do j fees state vs Fassett 6 60 do j fees state vs McDermott 4 10 do 3 fees state vs Ward... 435 do special tax collector 845 -JB .Tellier, serving: road n otices 10 20 •'do, bailifl district court 2200 •GJDoxsee, services dept. auditor 7500 0 M Doxseo. express, etc 10 35 F M Taylor, various fees justice court.. 65 80 Upper Des Molnes, printing 81 00 0 0 Samson, foes, care prisoners 180 50 HSDalley, bailiff district court.. 24 00 •Sullivan & McMahon, def. criminals.... 10 00 M Starr, publishing proceedings 50 75 . O.W McMurray, meals for jurors 325 Carter & Hussey, supplies.... 85 00 Altfo n a Cou rler, pub proeeedl ngs 45 00 Egoert, FIdlar & Chambers, supplies... 26 00 " JiORaymond, expenses co atty—;.... 10 60 B K Grose, clerk hire 24 00 Oallaglmn & Co, Iowa Digest 3 vols 16 00 BW Hanna, com on road 2 20 .R WHiinna, com on roii3 .-... 2 40 Ai'iW Molfatt. assessing road damages.. 2 70 •W r &LEGurleyi leveling Instrument.. 157 50 'J Benjamin, bailiff district court 2400 .BF Grose, fees various cases... 128 15 •Mary Schlchtl, cleaning offices 4 00 TAYLOR'S. . "Wesley— 11. C. Hollenbeok, C. Ward, F. C.\Bacon, Z. S. Barrett, F f A. Cory, G. W^Eddy. - . ... Union-fT. J. Julian, Wm. Dodds^T. "W. Sarch'ett. • Plum Greek— W. H. Conner,' E. P. Keith, F.'Benschoter. Hebron— Wm. Groodricb. ' Ramsay— B. F. Smith, J. L. Peters, D. T. Davidson. Germania— E. O. Titz, L. T. Clement," J. 1^. Wheeler. Portland— E. Bacon. On the recommendation of the committee, the temporary organization was made permanent. The appointment of delegates being the next business, Senator Chubb moved that each voting precinct appoint one delegate, and that a committee of three be appointed by the chair to assign such delegates to the different conventions, As a substitute to this Geo. Boyle, of Whittemore, moved that S. S, Sessions and W, B,, Quarton be given the appointment of the delegations to the. state and judicial conventions, respectively. A lively discussion ensued, at the conclusion of which the convention, by a vote of 4<9 to 37, adopted the substitute, The delegation t° the cpn- gressional convention was named in thjj, usual way, by a committee of one fro'ni' each precinct. The several delegations weye named as follows: State^-B, W, Haggard, Geo, E, Clarke, J. W» Wadsworth, Geo, Hanna, Z, S, Bawett, J. Bn Jones, Taos. Sar« chett, A, A. Branson, E, 0» Fite, Oreo, E, Boyje, It wag recommended that th,e delegation eject its own chairman, judicial —Geo, 35, Clarke, A. A, Branson, A, D, Clarke, S, Mayne, J. M, Farley, E. V, Swotting, L, A, Sbeets5,'0- W. aoptjwin, E, B, Clarke, ?' ja H,L Bowman, cleaning jail 5 25 Homestead Go, 1 yrs sub Homestead.... 1,,00 G]P Shipley, supplies 1650 HO Wilson, repairing chairs 11 50 Matt Parrott & Sons, supplies 4U 75 \^,E H Morse, coroner and jurors fees.. 18 50 . Frank Heiztr, election work 75 mB Hallock, printing etc .. 1576 ,H?L Bowman, washing bedding jail— 8 00 SlBAlbln, pub notices ; 760 G'-I* Galbralth, goods for prisoners 3 20 •BiFliepd, cosuptsalary, 210 00 MjX) Grier, oou rt reporter 69 00 Bowman, cleaning jail.- 3 00, i Spencer, stamps etc 2LOO rjr Y Harwpod, oik treas office 2 moi^i'lKCO MaryvSohicbtl, cleaning offices / 1 00 0,0 Samson, taking prisoners to pen — 05 56 CB Hutchins, com on road. • 200.' lowa-lnst. Feeble i'Minded, goods for Stell.aKlnnoy.....' ? 16 A J Sprague,'asst com on roads 660 G W Eddy, com on roads 760 Mike Hubbard, claning o h vaults 6 00 J W Kobinso'n, supplies for court house 18 20 B H Clarke, .justice state vs Heth....... 4 00 Sherifffees,fdo.......;,... 540 Wltnessfees, do.......................;.. 440 EHOlarke.j fees state v McOowan et al. 20 40 Platt & McOlellan, work ate h. 450 GOPurlton] supplies.. 144 .1W Tennant. meals for j urors 8 60 HFShipley, j fees state v 0 Sohultz etal 34 00 A Dinger, j fees state v Moulton........ 31 05 "... .. ..^ _- nr _,.,_.« 1- jj QQ K Stephensph, trustee Lotts Greek.. pen, .... .. 0 0 Samson] sheriff's fees .......... . ..... 6,80 J J Wilson, grass seed ..... ... ...... ...... 1 16 0 E Mclaughlin, trustee Bancroft ..... 400 GGStuderFassessing Prairie... ........ . 4800 H 11 Smith/prlnting ..... . ............ ... 625 E H- Clarke, fees state v Ha wkes ; . ...... 53 40 W H Miner, expenses looking after stolen horses. . ... .......... ............. 24 15 POOR FUND. John 0 Hill & Co, coal for poor. . ........ 8 75 W F Garter, goods for poor farm .."...... 9 35 B F Wlekwire, goods for Mrs. Weston. . 19 91 Jas A Qpr, papering at poor farm ...,.,. 0 32 J 0 itawsou, com work ........ , . , . , ..... , . 30 57 Jacob, Wlnkel, meat for poor ..... , ..., .. 4 95 0 B Pawl, doctoring poor. ..... ...... ... 1 50 OBPaul.'do ..... ..,;,., .............. ...,. 2400 MJKeneflck, do,,,. ,..,...,...' ...... .,.,. 4 00 J J Wilson, coal for poor,...,.,, ..... .... .3 00 J J Wilson, bran, seed for poor farm. , . 5 18 G 0 Hudson, goods for poor. . . ;'. ... .... - 1 85 0 B Paul, doctoring Mrs Onampior ..... 4 00 Wortman Bros, goods for poor .......... 1 67 Winnebago Co! goods for Notler's ...... , 58 04 Or W Platt, repairs on poor house ....... 1 50 Etta Welch, work at popr house ........ 8 33 A NEW LOT -AT- 29 Cents -ALSO- IN TAN, BLACK, BLUE, BROWN AND WHITE WORTH 60 CENTS, If you find yourself in need of 3fc •%• New Carpets, / Curtains, Portieres, and Draperies; Rugs, Mats, * •"U Curtainc Poles, Etc. REMEMBER The Grange Store Offers you the Largest Assortment, , The Best G-oods; The Lowest Prices, i Pi-^J "* V'7?ft '**>;$$! iv>, f -»J,ir* 4 . 665 , coal for poor ...... ,....,,,,. 1 55 W A Wrtebt, goods for poor ....... , ..... 6 01 EttaWeJoh.do gi, coffin for poor ..... ,,,.,,,,,., 10 00 gl, cpfflns for poor . ............. 31 00 Peter Peter , . Mrs MjPatten, care Mrs Weston ......... 12 56 G W Smjth, bouse rent ...... ,..,,, ....... 900 W P Garter, goods for poor ........... ,,, 80 85 P M Nimble, oofttn for poor-,..-. ........ W 00 P W Drake, board Weston children , . . . 12 00 0 B MsLauffWin, good for Hudson ..... 8 00 pranfeHume, coal for po,or, .,,.,,,, ..... 8 BO JWBoWnson, hardware pqor farm ..... 4 84 A H Dopweiler, IQP, MrVAWOampbeU.'oftre Mrs Wesfan;. Etta \feloh, work at poor f arm ». • H0Heftfn,dootorinffpoor,..,.... Boettsfcee & Zander, jneat Mrs Weston 800 1500 833 SO 00 173 *V« yV «-•*»•******} f+f. VV *v --»»». •• -*•-,-— t— — "^ Jor, goods for poor oWld, 1 60 .a McOormaok, medjolne for poor 8 00 | mil * P°, coal fgr poor, ,.,<:,,,, 8 ?9 iyp»P, ^ „„_„ -..sr.Mtsetp ,.. feo°? n ..wprJ?--M,. ! , J ........ •• ile§ Found. LARGEST STOCKl LATEST STYLES BEST FIT! MOST COMFORT! LOWEST PRIQES! »> - c * •* Boots and ShQes BROWPLL ATTEiRSON & '^wm ?***%* t^l ^ t *^' ''/^'i'- : *--M r4l£f KafGf^in 1^1? O1J4 < O|*,* &^*M;^\*f '^-: • '" 4 i*-*\&^' i '**i>i l { > ii*!<M$, ^/m^m^ A ^^ W|1J m ft k e up to flt »ny 9i?e window,' g. B. ^O, A, Potter, Geo, chairman, John Ksn;, W onner, ,.Wv E d4y, Job» G. . Hutching , J, B. Carp, 4, J, •> t§it ip^if^> < s^ji^a i qCiy- ^p^ifc ^s^ oittcts report tQ Wm QU as Mariana f%#ftf#v iiS> l ,>"- . . . f AURED CISH :Slioe;| AU0PNA, IOWA. ., ; i *• ,^ t -?\-'^i . * t* i •'i.. *

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