The Algona Republican from Algona, Iowa on July 4, 1894 · Page 5
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i»vinfe A»» st. iii*. flo. 8&i»lti*f NO. inttteiiftt. ................ • . CiOSpm No. ttiniiftfttttMtt f>«Minge« •• 11 1« P « So, H freight carries pMseSgefS.. . i :« p w doiih* *•»*. KtO. 1 Uilfiftf ..................... 8:68 fcfiS N ....light c&mesprttengftrt..... 11 Chicago & KettfoWftitef a 001*0 tfdttlftt AKB Wlif . ^(tlftfat fcWommbditlofi............. 6 :|f J tf Mull And Blpr«M.... .....•< »:«3 P 00t»(i SotJftt AftiJ IAS*. i.... ........ .. fijf P g Uhlftago M&il Mid BtptMS ............ 3 :13 p m . f p, ifl.f Chicago 6 ?60 a< ttt*» WTd » ftfak Tfie ^«>*ttmod»ti6ft * CflfOSiOOft.tn. TUk6tt:f6f »W« to Ml poi&M lathe Jnited state* attd oafiada, LEAVING AND ARRIVING TIME OF TRAINS, trains leaf 6 Emmetsburg as follows i OOtKO KOBTH. No. fll passenger.. NO. n passenger ..6:S»am No. 66 freight....... • ...........3:0»pm GOING sotJTH. No. 60 passenger 1:40pm No. 62 passenger......... ...»:04pm No, 64 freight...i,. 9!00anv Train's numbers 02, and 63 run dally; bal* ance of trains dally except Sunday. SWISA CITY TIME TABLE. Trains leave Swea City as follows : GOING XOBTH. Pasuenger No. 81B ....7:sopra Freight No. W B, ,i.........5 !5Spm •' , GOING SOUTH. Passenger No. 8t B ll.47am Freight No 84..... .....12.40 am No. 84 runs Sunday and not Monday. B—Dally exoept Sunday. AlGONA REPUBLICAN ALGOWA, IOWA, JULY 4, 1894. LOCAL MATTERS. The postal note is out of date. The postmasters have ceased to issue them. The Des Moines river at this point is unsually low, even for this season of the year. Call's Opera House got a.good many compliments from our Masonic visitors lastTueseay. The undertakers declare that this is the most distressingly healthy season for a long time. Merchants are marking up their sugar to match the tax put on by democratic statesmen. • There was a decided sensation a few • mornings ago when D. A. Haggard appeared on the streets with his whiskers shaved off. ;-..,* - There is general rejoicing over the success of the summer Normal. The success of the present term means sucr ' cess next fall 'iand right alongr ' ; Eev. Davidson attended the state Sunday School Convention at Waterloo. He was announced to j>reach in one ef the- Waterloo pulpits Sunday. oFather Nichols was in Dubuque last week attending the "Retreat," an annual gathering of Catholic priests. Father Schemmel, of Bancroft, was also in attendance: The railroad strike has put an end to the shipping of stock to the Chicago market, Even' if the railroads can carry the stock; the stock yards cannot take anything. Mayor Call is having a very handsome and substantial concerto walk put down in front of his residence. The contractors who are doing the work are Ottumwa parties. An old teacher who attended some of the class recitations at the Normal Monday speaks in high praise of the work being done by Prof. Lilly. He says the Professor is a model teacher. The 360 acre farm in Prairie township, between Wesley and Corwith, belonging to the Milton Warner estate, was sold last week by the administrator for $15 per acre. *C, B, Matson was the buyer. The REPUBLICAN regrets a slight error in its report of the Masonic celebration, The reception was of course held by the Masons in their own hall, which is, by the way, one of the floe society balls of Northwest Iowa. A couple of thieves who robbed the store of J, M. Farley, at Wbittemore, were arrested at Lu Verne and tiled before Justice Hanna, who bound them oygr to the grand jury, In the mean time they are incarcerated in the coun» i jaU'» .expects to go to Des y to attend the summer pf jbe Drake Umversi- ty, at Bf§8 Moines, Mjgg TUlle. Cramer will take thrKiufleygai$en training at the same iRititia^o flimng the . A horse bejojgirjg to. •%#& i »Rjchard' so,n W08 drpwned. jn a d|§p faoJe alose, to tb§ wJiJajB one flay ,|ast week, e'lwwe' VM ttwoS d riye»- by. jhayoson, two oito boys loftfiifif? t6 Mfi. H6rwit find Wesson fStolttt. There Is no clue to the burglars. Ihan 80-tod fade near the depot school house, Saturday between C. 8. Coffin's bladk pony find JIM MaEbftre'fl buckskin 1 , the fotffief won by a long margin. There was a crowd; ahd betting Was lively. A program 6! faces, and sports at the fait Gtamftdft has foeee arr|ped fof the aftef nddtt of the fourth; There is to be a bicycle fttee, a foot .race, a ffee-for*all pOn| race, a bail tfatne between two Algofla bines, attd other features. Music will be furnished by th6Alpnft Military Band. Admission to the grounds Will be free. Btarly Maore artived home from Aft* napolis, Maryland, Saturday. Hatty is sofnewhat Weak from sickness, but is recovering his strength rapidly. He is ordered to return September first fora new examination into his physical state. He hopes to tun the gauntlet. Harry has shown pluck of a high order, and it will tickle everybody in Algona to see him admitted to Uncle Sam's navy. List of advertised letters for week ending July 2,1894: Mrs. Anna Baily, Jacob Buckman, Mr. Florice B. Ells* worth (2), Mrs. Elizabeth Flack, Wm. Harrison, Boy Healy, Miss Laura John* son, John Longanke (3), Everette E. Lingle, Minervia Monroe, James Mo- Collins, Ella Munier, L. H. Miller, Lonisa Kelson, Miss Elen, Robertson, Miss Nell Staley,fJohn Sherman, P. J. Siberling, C. A. Turner, Frank Boson- tahl (2).j Some burglars entered the residence Of Geo. C. Call Thursday night in search of valuables. The print of their Jimmy is to be seen on several sash where they tried to force them up to gain an entrance, and one screen door was torn off. An entrance to the kitchen was finally effected, but nothing of value was obtained. The thieves ransacked several drawers and: broke considerable glass. The authorities think they have a clue, but are not advertising it. The Algona Society of Christian Endeavor was represented at the Fort Dodge Convention last week by Frank E. Tellier, Bert Tuttle, Mrs. Prof. Lilly' Miss Elsis Hunt, Miss Belle Tellier, Mr. Bergstrom, and Walter King. The delegation returned home Friday, rejoicing in their good fortune in securing the convention of next year for Algona. Frank Tellier went from Fort Bodge to Iowa Falls, where he will make up his Latin with Prof. Chaffee, P reparatory to entering the Freshman lass at Iowa College, Grinnell, next fall. A. L. Goddard received a letter last week, from his brother, who resides near Fort Dodge, giving the particulars of the death of his nephew, Boy Goddard, in the recent cyclone which, passed over Webster County. The young man was baching it with his brother on their farm about ten miles west of Fort Dodge, and was on the roof of their shanty when the cyclone came. He was carried upward about fifty feet, and then carried diagonally to the ground, making a ride of 200 feet through the air. He was killed instantly. The trial of the drink labeled "Jackson's Health Beer," seized last week at the Schmidt billiard hall, was had yesterday in Justice Clarke's,,court and condemned, and ordered destroyed. The state was represented by County Attorney r Baymond, while Sullivan & McMahon appeared for the defense. The beer .was analyzed by Drs. Garfield and Kerienck, who found upwards of 5 per cent of alcohol. Mr. McMahon put the doctors through a sharp cross examination, but' introduced no evidence, and the court disposed of the case without parley. Schmidt himself seems to have skipped. His billiard hall has been closed for some days. It is presumed that the millet law will have to be settled with row; The .building is holdeh for the tax. Probably the most enjoyable feature of the Masonic celebration of Tuesday last was tbe reception given by Mr, and Mrs. Lund at "Oak View." It was the one which will be remembered the longest and most pleasantly by vis- ittorsandthe one of which Algonans were perhaps just a little tbe proudest. Of the drive and - reception L. H, Mnyne says in tbe Emmetsburg Reporter: Carriages were then furnished and tbe visitors were taken to visit the farm of 0. L, Lund about one and orie- tall miles east of the city. The procession was fully one mile long, the bead of it having reached Mr. Lund's before tbe last carriage bad crossed tbe Nothwestern track, The bouses along tbe street which tbe procession passed were.finely decorated and tbe lawns apd trees were nicely kept, making tbe drive a delightful one, Mr. and Mrs. Lund bad their handsome residence finely decorated and entertained them royally, serving lemonade to tbe entire 'crowd. His fine yard and buildings were inspected and much admired, and no one was arrested for tramping on tbe lawn. A stranger passing through our streets yesterday morning would bare been at a loss to account for tbe spontaneous outbursts of hilarity m any two men met on the street corners. Some* thing unusually funny bad undoubted' ly transpired and diligent in<miry.«B' earthed we feet that tbe m ^ J4nfc Singleton ha4 been pi'f with an ejgbteeBrfflonWw QIQ ' ,. baby, Link was the only colored man i» tibia eoaaty wfcen t&elast census wag tekgn bufc he will have to.give up " .flMnQtion.nQw, Xrtgk jsintfte barjftUn JJterSQuJh. .--part o|: |o,w« v |&4 > $M SpWI m UeMard goui !WT$4-V»4W*T»rV»-l/»V»!™OKO«4-l**/1*,.V*l»V» <>% Jiy has finally made up hie mind tBS if the baby was no relation to Lint I ought to fi« 4 and it is well vouched fot that Jay waft sfiefl hanging flrotinf town Monday. Of course the&ymieft will sky that Link's chicken hascoittfi home to roost. The baby baa been put in the charge of Mrs. Skipsey. Dead shot! PERSONAL NOTfcS. Geo. Hohn, Of Bancroft, Was ih toWfl Wednesday. Prof. O. fl. Baker is to be one of the lecturers before the Institute. Mrs. Kate Basset and children have been Visiting in Algona this Week. Mrs. Boone and her daughter, Gus* sie, are visiting With Mrs. L. M. Ilor- ton. The Misses Holland, of Des Moines, sisters of Mrs. Prof. Dixson, are Visit* ing the latter. Mrs. Mary McCoy Burnham. of Ed* gertou, Wisconsin, has been the guest of Dr, and Mrs. McCoy the past week. Mrs. Lura Watson Pomerine of Mt. Hope, Ohio, and children are visiting at the old home. Mrs. Pomerine was met in Chicago by her sister Lida. Miss Ella Durant, who has been studying at Des Moines, under Prof. Baldwin, is home for the summer. She reports Mrs. Lew Robinson as being in poor health. Mrs. R. C. Glass and daughters and Mrs. M. J. Haupt and daughter, of Spencer, came over to visit Algona friends Friday, returning home the following day. ; Mrs. Dr. Shore of Des Moines, is visiting at the home of her parents, Mayor Call and wife. Dr. Shore expects to come up in the course of a few weeks. S. S. Sessions and wife stopped at Sioux City on their way eastward from the Denyer convention to visit relatives of the latter, They are expected home Saturday. The invitations are out for the wedding of Mr. Charles O. Johnson and Miss Annie Nelson, two of our most popular young'people. The bride is a daughter of Jacob Nelson. F. S. Stough left for Elkader Monday to visit his aunt, Mrs. Mary Carter. Mr. Stoughl has. arranged to go into the commission business in Des Moines, and it is understood that he will locate in that city at no distant day. DeadshotI GONE TO BE A BANKER. The Livermore Gazette says: J. C. Blackford goes this week to Neligh, Neb., where be has accepted tbe position of president of a bank. We congratulate him but are sorry to lose him. The West Bend Journal has this: J. G. Blackford and family came up from Livermore Monday afternoon for a visit with West Bend friends. In the evening J. C. monkeyed with the Masonic goat in the third degree and came out with the usual experience. Mr. Blackford is soon to moye to Neligh, Neb., where he will engage in business.;. . " • ' ; ; '••'•' . The"'•'.'people.;bf ji '.Neligh will have in Mr. Blackford a very competent and trust worthy banker. Mr. Blackford was the Cashier,of the First National Bank of this place. No man -who ever did business in Algona has enjoyed the confidence of the public in a greater degree. IN MEMORIAM. At the meeting of Algona Grange last Saturday the following resolutions were adopted: Whereas it has pleased our Heavenly Father to take from our midst our sister, Mrs. /Susie B. Gibson, who died June 19th, 1894, And whereas in her death our Grange has lost a capable and faithful member, and the world one of its most earnest Christian workers, tbe family a most devoted mother and sister, Therefore be it resolved by Algona Grange, that while our hearts are made sad at the death of our sister, that we offer our most earnest sympathy to the bereaved family and especially the orphan boy, and assure them that we shall ever bold in kindly remembrance tbe name of our beloved sister, Resolved, That our charter be draped in mourning for 60 days, that wben we look on the symbol of mourning we may cherish the memory of our sister and strive to emulate her virtues, Resolved, That a copy of these resolutions be presented to tbe bereaved family, spread upon our minutes and also copies sent to the city paper for pub- Jication, MBS, A. ZABI/TEN) MBS, L. WiTHAitV MBS. HBEBN E. JQITES ) Dead shot!, WJ3ATHPR ANP CROPS, STAWMT, DBS MQJNJSS, IOWA, Jwsr 3, '1894,—Tbe summary for tbe month of June, at the Central Station, shows toe wean aaily lemper» atsire to bave been 4 degrees abpve the normal, witless tfwn,oBfrtowtb ,tbe seasonal amount of wnfeU, f be past week was unseasonably warm, ^witb 4rj ing winds, tempered byljgbt show" srs,. 'Tbe reports j^wvan ,aBp|aj} 0 ? of rainfall m spftttered'.lQCaHtjel^ut it lias been below toe. noraaji amount art of the,Jt&te.^'f here otter first class attractions. July itth Ul be "Vetfefftirs' Uay," with fir. A. . Palmet, of ]fe* Ydfk City, afld^&id eat lecture, "Company B, tbe Died-Mores, 1 ' said to be the greatest war lecture eter delivered; and a gland camp fire and reunion, with prominent old soldiers as speakers. The special train will leuve Algona at ?:00 a. m., and the fare fot the found trip, including admission to the Cbautauqua, Will be 11.75. Geo. 11. Heifford General Passenger and ticket agent and B. W. Walker excursion agent. OUfc NEW POWER, Fairbanks Chattet Gas vigil- «ine. This etigiti* is now in* stalled in the R» & PUBMCAK office, taking the place of our steam outfit. There are a variety of these gas engines, and they ate sup* flatting steam engines in Country newspaper offices everywhere. This engine is claimed to be the best of its kind, and it is anyway a good deal of an engine as compared with some of the light concerns that are being put in. It has solidity and great strength, and it is a beauty to behold. Its weight is 1700 pounds. It is manufactured by Fairbanks, Morse & Co. SONS OP AMERICA. BY OSMAK 0. H001?,BR. Spas of Amefloal Heirs to the glory God-guided patriots nobly have won! Liberty stands on our mountain-tops hoary, : Lighti ng her ttrch from the fires or the sun. Cflonus. Speed the message onward, Strivings deep and long Here at last are bursting In triumphant song. Liberty and union, Set 'twlit sea and sea; Blood-bought by our fathers, :, Here shall ever be. Liberty, dream of the Pltgrlms' devotion, Hero to a stature heroic has grown; Driving back foes that came over the ocean, Crushing theenemles sprung from our own. " ' Chorus. '•*• ' Fearful the cost, but how priceless the . treasure! : Battlefields were but altars to God; War-clouds the Incense and cannon tbe measure, Lives, the free sacrifice redd'nlng the sod; Chorus Liberty, patron of cot and of palace, May our devotion to thee never cease; • • Long may wo drink from thy heavenly chalice. ' . • Deep to contentment, and progress and peace. Chorus Banner all glorious, float ever o'er usl " Every star shining there steadfast and .: true; Holding the lesson of Union before us, Written for aye in the Ked, White and ..: i Blue. Chorus Dead shot! EXCURON RATE. - For the annual encampment of Sons of Veterans, U. S. A., to be held at? Davenport, la., Aug. 20th to 24th, excursion tickets will be sold by the C. M. & St. P. By. at fare and one-third for the round trip. . .Excursion rates for various conventions to be held at Denver, Col. Bate, ^ik Gl M. & St. PI ByVvtehd-Sioux City.l will be $21.28 for the round trip. For the Fourth of July excursion tickets may be sold at fare and one- third for the round trip between any point"Within 200 miles on the C. M., & St.P.--;By. .-.- , •;""•• •• •.. . •'::' ; Clear Lake Park, Iowa, Season of 1894. A fine program has been arranged for this most popular of Northern Iowa summer resorts, including lectures by some of America's most noted speakers; gospel meetings led by the moat popular divines of,the nation; camp meetings, band concerts, and numer- ous'other attractions which will be announced from time to time. The Annual Musical Festival will be under the direction of Prof. W. S. Weeden of New York City. The Hotel Oaks, built in 1893, will be open to tbe public May 16th. This Hotel is large and commodious, built after the most approved plan for summer hotels, and managed by men who know the wants of their guests. BURLINGTON EXCURSIONS. NATIONAL EDUCATIONAL ASSOCIATION MEETING, ASBURY PARK, N, J., JULY 10-13, 1894. One fare plus 82,00 for tbe round trip. Tickets on sale from all stations. July 7th and 8tb, Good to return until July ANNUAL MEETING, YOUNG PEOPLES' SOOIJSTY OF CHRISTIAN ENDEAVOR, CLEVELAND, OHIO, JULY H-15,1894, One fare for the round trip, Tickets on sale from all stations July 9th and iotb.1, Good to return until Aug. 1st. MEETING, BAPTIST YOUNG UNION, TORONTO, ONT,, JULY J894, Oije fare for tbe round trip. Tickets on gale from all stations July 17th and ""•^ Good to return until Ang, stb. i farther parWeulsrs inquire; of agent OP address $bs undersign- j, Morton, Gen'l Tick, and Pass, Art,, FINANCIAL SlITH COUNTY, Tabulated Ptepoirt of the Committee Appointed by the Board ta Settle with County Officials* To tilts ttoNOftAULE JBoAtfi of SuPfcRvisotts OP KosstTfl CoWft, IA,:— Gentlemen: Yotif cotntnittee appointed to examine this books of the County Treasurer, Auditor, Superintendent and Clerk, report that all books* vouchers arid papers iti the Treasurer's, Auditor's and Superintendent's offices were examined and omissions or errors corrected; bat, owing to the manner of keeping books in the Clerk's office, we did not examine them, as We could only taake a partial report. W. fi. HfcuM, JottN &< Sttrffi, Committee. PUNM. State .1 i..*.." 1 County . .... i «. Poor. t ; Bridge t . . M Insane . * Domestic Ahttnul ... . ..... SoldlerN' Kellef • ..... Institute.... .' ; s.! ALOONA OtTY- \Vater. . . . * . * Side Walk . » »... HURT- Contingent Boad . * .BURT IND.- BUFFALO- Transferred. 1314 21 300 00 1000 00 638 80 168 69 103 08 11K KA .Balance Jan. 1,1801 380 83 9*7 R"> 646 37 * 40 21 09 80 Iifl7 KJ 569 52 466 14 193 36 78 00 It3 60 66 19 173 78 87 28 89 69 200 0) 66 34 67 74 36 83 1 76 66 74 ,•• • ,7 ii4 10 69 faKn At Collec- tlohs. 4746 6fl 11041 26 2(41 78 7471 94 2468 61 941 Q i? <1M M 142 19 64 00 1841 91 1280 32 2810 72 1128 94 1676 39 21 09 794 72 132 68 300 AT 10 608 32 235 04 236 61 28 in/VT it DlSburS- ments. alJln ot O9Q7 70 14fti fut Mftt on 1048 11 4741 An 470 tut nnt an 1942 76 1330 68 3603 83 1163 76 1696 68 6S 1137 09 176 00 339 4S C23 49 216 20 216 31 UVA 7T Balance June i ( '91. 971 S3 Anal ./M 1709 kit fit 14 14 li*,. 0* m j| Kill ltd Knft 41 24*. 3* TR no 12 66 8 93 118 47 47 45 06 30 20 61 77 26 1302 28 99 30 03 80' 36 20 41 21 04 7 14 10 87 Kft (U Contingent School Houie.... Road Cemetery BANCROFT IND- Teachers Contingent Road City Library .... ORE800- Teacuera Contingent School House,... Road Board of Health. FENTON- Teaehers Contingent School House.... Road Cemetery GRKKNWOOD- Teachers Contingent, School House. . Road GERMAN— Teachers Contingent School House.... Road GARFIELD- Teachars.. ' Contingent School House.... Road Board of Health. HEBRON- Teachers Contingent Koad HARRISON-• Teachers Contingent School House.... Koad. Cemetery., of H Board ol Health.. IRVINQTON- Teachers Contingent Koad ... Board ot Health,. LEDYARD— . . Teachers.. v...v... Contingent School House. ... Koad ..: Cemetery.' • LEDYARD IND,« Teachers.. Contingent.. School House..... LOTT8 CREEK- Teachers Contingent........ School House.... Koad.., B0ardol Health.. LU VERNE— Teachers.... ...... Contingent....... School House Road.. ... LU VERNE 1ND.- Teacners, Contingent Road City PORTLAND- Teachers Contingent. School House.... Road. PLUM CREEK— Teachers Contingent School House Road PEAIRIE- Teaehers... Contingent School House.... Koad RAM8EY- Teachers contingent..... ••• School House.... Road Cemetery...., • •. • Board of Health., RIVERDALE- Teachers ,..•. Contingent.. School House,,,, Road .,,,.,•••»• Board ot Health SHERMAN-^ v Teaehers,,, Contingent Schoomouse Road. 231 28 103 68 164 29 110 93 135 66 133 18 42 24 137 17 173 03 '9730 47 86 188 21 104 47 111 14 13478 133 19 139 56 19469 15390 115 31 17986 17 67 116 93 57 66 1901 18244 00 114 78 138 66 H2 37 07 11 170 71 3306 15 81 39 233 32 76 25 14366 1834 233 44 99 10 14440 29 45 18850 47 04 117 07 89.43 4594 138 48 64 62 43 10 27 16 106 65 25 85 36 66 169 72 42 49 35 60 5 10 189 60 30 47 135 91 4962 102 22 86 47 2432 132 06 71 22 97 64 .37 72 07 220 43 8376 23 95 1452 3414 19 07 140 06 8346 19 30 39 83 192 5*4 6523 7403 62 63 4839 6536 90 42 4441 377 70 $649 9084 1 67 157 28992 7221 SPRJNGFIBLD- Teaohew,. Oont ngent, School" House 4814 45^1 17448 2289 11)019 13728 81 88 JOS 05 50 92 mn W* » a ?38,OQ »»8»» ,4718 487? ^. 1-V 336 13 2 35 266 96 33 43 1457 61 76044 321 14 60697 30299 309 93 100486 18600 297.36 103 66 743 85 247 94 38660 24800 624 00 329 88 220 88 217 57 529 92 .148 87 14887 178 76 267 63 111 43 90 95 670 03 243 66 1218 36 443 63 3046 • 3046 76234 177 04 639 63 73157 153 71 638 95 273 60 5434 204 60 85 24 119 39 67086 250 07 79 231 79 60970 348 24 43494 20424 513 33 183 32 2 00 13403 80400 365 14 08 28169 89673 298'90 164 46440 271 92 238 34 676 16268 976 38 123 34 42697 481 70 432 10 177 66 271 86 32 60 1688 18 757 28 47768 06 821 21 I 38 357 18 346 41 1290 22 209 96 263.01 119 29 1018 10 299 24 34686 261 81 908 89 297 97 341 89 222 90 799 99 183 80 "253 73 259 96 415 14 143 91 13447 763 83 21800 1090 02 461 70 69 92 64 73 1063 40 209 75 564 97 97522 17634 64208 310 73 156 56 333 07 107 13 115 95 828 85 292 85 97 66 215 25 73969 1464$ 89287 3K042 0490 58768 18203 -97 JOS 93 010 61938 16786 161 }04 66 07 79263 83847 1005 413! 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