The Algona Republican from Algona, Iowa on July 18, 1894 · Page 5
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The Algona Republican from Algona, Iowa · Page 5

Algona, Iowa
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Wednesday, July 18, 1894
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Until iti DfflffiTfflE of TMHB OHtOAGO, MitWAOTtftfc Aftb St. PAtft, ALSOM IOWA, waanaaAy. No. No. No. No, . No, No. No, NO. 2passen&er.. .. ......... . ........ 10:12 am ipassengei.. .. ............ ... . 0:ospm 76 freight carries pagsengeta . 11 :oo p m 94 freight cafri«s passengers... i -AS p ft frfiflT. 8:68atfi apsssetig&r .................... 4:26 pta 8$ freight carries passengers ... 6 :3o a Jn 71 freight carrier passengers. . . . 9 :1S p IB 93 freight eafrieS prssehgers ..... 11 :66 a fn Chicago & OOIKG SORTS AKB WEST. "'ttllht accommodation _ 8:18 » «i v Wago Mall and Express. -_,. 3:33 pta OOINQ SOtJTH Afr» BAST. #f eight accommodation............. 8:07 p in Chicago Mail and Express 3:13 p fn Chicago passenger reaches ibes Mollies at > p. m,, Chicago 6:6o a. til., and Kansas city 9 '.so a, m. The accommodation teaches Chicago 8:00 a. m. Tickets for sale to all points in the jutted States and Canada, LEAVING AND ARRIVING TIME OF TRAINS, Trains leave firnffletsburg as follows! GoiNoi NOBTH. No. 61 passenger.. 4:22ptr> No. 63 passenger........ 6:30 a m No. 65 freight 3:00pm GOING SOUTH. No. 60 passenger 1 Uopm No. 62 passenger.. , 9:04pm No. 64 freight 9 ;00 am Trains numbers (i2, and 63 run daily; balance of trains dally except Sunday. SW13A CITY TIME TABLE. Trains leave Swea City as follows : GOINQ KORTH. PasBenger No.81 B.... 7 :30p m Freight No. 83 B 5:56pm GOING SOUTH. Passenger No, 82 B 11.47 am Freight tfo 84. , 12.40am No. 84 runs Sunday and not Monday. B—Daily except Sunday. tbre fleMing ftooin befdfe F'f-idfiy next if possible. The reading ftrdiri will be opeft until further notice from 4 p. m, until 6, and from 7 p. m. to 9:80. The steam pump recently contracted for by the city council is past due, but foefhapsthe strike and its attendant blockade of freight traffic may be allowed to excuse the delay. But we need water if we ever did. The BfiPUBllcAN is under special obligation to the Courier for the use of its press in running off our edition last week. Jim Cowan had just put & concrete foundation under our press arid to have run the press at the time might have done injury. Our contemporary cati draft on us at any tifiie for any favor we can bestow, List of advertised tetters for the week ending July 16, 1894—M. W. Akers, Miss Carrie Coleman, John JDouglad. Mr, M, J. Fuller,|Miss Annie Ingefselli Mr. George Miller, Mrs. Thos. Mountain, Henry Magnaesoa, Mr. Sam Mc- Bndfl, Mr. M«H. Newville, 0. B. Olson, Geo. Parson, Paul Eeisdprf, Mrs. Jacob Sweiill, Mr. Geo. Ei Wilson. The Dr. llead estate is appraised at $5800, The homestead is one of the finest in natural attractions in all this country. ;We have a great many fine trees in this neighborhood, but no such magnificent show of them is elsewhere to be seen on any residence grounds thereabouts, The estate is in several lots and parcels in the south part of town* u The marriage of Mr. Charles 0. Johnson and Miss Annie Nelson came off Thursday evening at the residence of the baide's father. Rev. Bobt. Bagnell, does not rec'olieet havififi dfaWfi fiffy comparison between the jEmmetsbnfg and Aigona bands, but the News, Whi6h knows about brass fnusia, does draw & comparison', and here i6 What it says ifi complaint abd praise: "It seems funny to us that papers Aigona pfaise u£ the Emmetsbufg band in such glowing terms, and say not a Word in regard to their home band, which, in our estima- ALGONA REPUBLICAN ALGONA, IOWA, JULY 18, 1894. LOCAL MATTERS. Jas. Taylor advertises ladies' waists again this week. The Relief Corps will come to serious business Thursday night. Col. Cooke is having his premises adorned with a concrete walk. There was no crape displayed in Ai- gona on Prendergast's account last Friday. Sherman Lumber is announced to .preach at the Baptist church next Sunday night. An Aigona party of old friends went •up to Joe Thomps9n's last Wednesday on a picnic excursion. The W. J. Galbraith family, near Hobart, was increased by the birth of a bouncing boy last week. The Opera House grocery says Angelina is back again, She seems to be getting quite well acquainted jn Aigo- na. < Eli-Burbank and family went up to Wells; Minnesota, to.spend the Fourth, and now they are all down with the measles. ' S. S. Sessions and bride are spending the week in Aigona. Geo. C. Call and bride Will soon be -at home in our midst. ButHar—! J. B. Winkel, the insurance man, has got word of the burning of Blaker Kin- Ine's dwelling house at Bancroft. It |was insured, , Word came Monday from Dr. Kene- 5ck, who is at Belmond at the bedside of his wother, that she was feeling slightly better but that the worst was feared. Regular meeting of the James C. Taylor, W. R. C. Thursday evening, July 19th. Members are urgently requested to be present as business of importance is to come before the corps. Geo. Brooks is erecting a two room cottage at Arnold'u Park for Col. Cooke. This will serve as the uneleus of a comfortable summer residence, the wings of which will be in the shape of tents, New hay is occasionally on our streets, where it is sold about town for feeding at $6 a ton, loose. No new U1JU Ut»JUU O JLC»±) JLbUTl JLliUUl" JJClglJCJ.^ Pastor of the M.E. Church, officiating, There were a large number of invited guests present to witness the ceremony, and the evening was a merry one. The REPUBLICAN extends congratulations. Matt McDermott, of Wesley, was arrested by his brother-in-law, Constable Joe Cosgrove of that place, and Deputy Sheriff Bronson went down Monday and brought him to Aigona for jailing. McDermott was arrested for drunkenness and disorderly conduct, which was particularly grevious to be borne on account of tne illness of his wife. His hearing came off yesterday before Justice Clarke, who pnt him under $300 bonds to keep the peace. It is expected that a great crowd will go from Aigona to Clear Lake tomorrow to hear Bishop Fowler's lecture on "Abraham Lincoln." The attraction is a great one, and the day will be made a holiday. The Methodists will be out in large numbers, it is expected, as Bishop Fowler is one of the most eminent men and most popular orators of the denomination. The fare for the round trip is only $1.15. The Aigona Loan and Trust Company has just declared its first dividend, which is set to the time of 16 per cent, on the business of the past six months. This ought to be satisfactory to the stockholders and it is safe to say that it is so. The Iowa Savings, of Des Moines, has just declared a divi- dent of like proportions. The Aigona Loan and Deposit seems to rank with the thriftiest state institutions in the matter of profits. Joe Scoville's little two year old daughter got thirsty, Monday, and drank some water that was standing in a plate of flypaper. The mother saw •the child drink the poison and rushed to Dr. Sheetz' store for an antidote. When she got back the little one was frothing at the mouth and was about going into spasms. It was given milk and other simple remedies, and Tuesday morning was reported out of danger. The Grange festival at the home of Deacon Zahlten Friday afternoon and evening was largely attended and was a pleasant affair. This is one of the most delightful spots in the neighlwr- hopd of Aigona and is but a two mile drive away. At this season of the year the trees afford a refreshing shade Which helps to make it the popular picnic point that it is. Besides those who attended in the afternoon, a large number drove up from Aigona in the evening. Wm. Benke and wife, of Lotts Creek , , - tion, is ahead of the Emmetsburg band, The 'Kids' play well, but they do hot begin to handle the grade oi music that your own boys do. Come now, give your own town and your own boys the credit that is due them." IS If A NEW MILL ? Anyway the Foundation is Going In— Mr. Wilson Has Staked Out the Ground. The report went abroad Monday mornining that J. J, Wilson and Jim Cowan were at the ruins of the old mill staking out the ground for a new foundation. Inquiry substantiated the rumor. How much it means, even Mr. Wilson does not know, He states to the REPUBLICAN: reporter that he is making this move to give him better use of his elevator as a first consideration, He has to have the foundation for his engine, He will put in the foundation and may erect a building, but whether he puts in the mill machinery or not will depend upon the disposition of the people of the town to recognize the value of the enterprise. The old foundation was 30 by 45, but the new will be 36 by 62. If he makes a mill, Mr, Wilson states that he will put in the very best modern outfit, the capacity of which will be 100 barrels per day, as against the 50 barrel capacity of the old mill. A, D. CLABKE & CO. FARM LOANS. difcce on Dodge street, Aigona, Iowa. 0. CALL, ftftAL ESTATE AND ABSTRACT OFFICE Fo £ Information In regard to lands in OtO. E. CLARKE, CHAS. A. COflBSO CLARKE & COHEN00B, ATTORNEYS AT LAW, ALGONA IOWA. B QTJA&TON, ATTORNEY AT LAW, Office over Kossuth Co. Sank. Aigona, Iowa, SULLIVAN & MoMAHON, ATTORNEYS-AT-LAW. fOstofflce BlooK. ALQOXA, iowA. .LCCUiUg C^U VU » -VwJU, Auuau. *jwi? hay is being bought for baling in this vicinity at present, but at some points in the .county it is coming in at a liyely rate. The ladies of the Good Will Society of Plum Creek Sabbath School will nolel a lawn sociable at the home of Mr. and Mrs. M, Owen, Friday evening, «July20tn, Ice-cream and cake from six till all are served, All are cordially invited. Assistant Cashier Smith, of the First Na$ion»l Bank, has taken»good care or the interests 4>£ that institution during the mointU's absence of Cashier Ferguson in t/Up $Mt> We^ expeati to see CbarUy at tb§ »ea d $t a bank some day. . . , , , Gus Peek W§nt wJtU QPJWPW, g Jo Sjou* City, feut bis name^jijj omitted from tbe iisus puWM}heA m tt^R.!?* vwiUGAM last week, Guste sergeant majpr o» the Qojonel's staff, auS w so longer a member pf tbe Ooropany, Jwueft and Clear Lake are strops rjval 8ttyaQ »r, PaTroer- aeliyerea township, had a family disagreement culminating in a pitched battle. It is not stated which was the immediate Victor, but Mrs. B. came to towa and employed Lawyer Sullivan to institute divorce proceedings, which he did, fixing the appearance for the October term. When William learned what was the wish of his spouse he came right to town and employed Geo. E. Clarke to help Sullivan, He wanted the matter settled at the present term, and the lawyers were in council yesterday to see what could be done. Kossuth county politics seem destined to mingle somewhat with Webster county politics this year, There seems to be a conflict of opinion as to Who is the chairman of the democratic congressional committee, Tom Breen, of Webster, Duncombe's adversary, has. issued a call as chairman, and now Mr, Jas. Taylor of this county, has tak« en njs, turn. The feature ol the fight is that both heads of the committee have called their convention for the same place, the same day and the s,ame hour. Wouldn't it be mueh better to have two conventions and nominate twp candidates and avoid possible bloodshed? We are told of a case coming near to sunstroke occurring during the extreme heat of Monday. A gentleman wag found prostrated on the sidewalk and a kind hearted man parried him to the " " cool shade, where he re» YiYed in the pourse of a few hours, We, "lyajn frarn mentioning the victim for SHOULD FORM A SYNDICATE. TheCorwith Hustler experiences a difficulty which perhaps other newspapers have felt, and which it sets forth as follows: The Hustler would like to know where a book or pamphlet could be obtained containing a few hundred choice selections of short puffs for candidates for county offices who publish their cards in our columns. As - each one is supposed to be of the same weight, dimensions and commercial value, and yet all differing in the details, we confess that our ingenuity is severely taxed. Of course we have no difficulty in matching puffs to candidates in Koss- suth County, but editors in places fixed like Hancock might form a syndicate for the publication of a work of the kind suggested, the title of Avhich might be " The Beady Puffer," then wnen a candidate came in he could be handed the catalogue and price list, with the injunction, "Pay your money and take your choice." •N. THE ADJOURNED SESSION. Judge Carr Hears a Few Civil Cases and Disposes of a few Criminal Complaints. Judge Carr opened the adjourned session of court Monday. It is understood that one object of convening at this time was to dispose of the Whitte- inore burglary case, to obviate an all summer's detention in the Kossuth county jail. The case of Euss vs Gray was taken up Monday, and a motion for a continuance was granted. This case is for a settlement of the Olson- Gray partnership at Wesley, and Euss is a creditor of the old firm. The case of .Younie vs McNutt came on yesterday. The gist of this case is that Alex Younie, the plaintiff, loaned money to defendant S. H. McNutt, of Hobart, which the latter put into a farm, giving his wife the title. Mr. Younie's action is to make the loan a lien oh the land. Geo. E. Clarke appears for Younie and Judge Cooke and DANSON & BUTLER. LAW, LOAMS AMD LAND, Collections a Specialty, Office la Gardner Cowles new building. Aigona. GUDDEJN BARB WIRE, Of which they have the sole agency, Anti-Rust Tin Wire, Minnesota Linseed Oil Company's Paints, -AND THE- E, V. SWETTING, A TTORNE7 A T LA W, Money to loan. Aigona, Iowa, Bissell Carpet Sweeper, The Best Sweeper Made. WEITGENANT BROS., Corner State and Thorington. S. S. SESSIONS. ATTORNEY AT LAW, Leans and Insurance. Special attention given „ to collections of all kinds. Office over Ohrlschllles' store. Aigona, Jowa. L. K. GARFIELD, M. D., PHYSICIAN AND SURGEON, Offl«e on State street, Aigona, Iowa. M f J. KENBFICK, M. D. Office over Taylor's store. Aigona, Iowa . Don't Pay the ?, u 5 llA > tra 5*P ook9 ^e complete up to date, and reliable. They represent an outlay of thousands of dollars and were prepared by an experienced abstractor. Our patrons may therefore feel certain of getting reliable abstracts, pur work is guaranteed and we furnish abstracts as cheap as irresponsible and incompetent persons who have no books, though the county does not pay us a salary, clerk hire, office rent or even furnish us stationery. FARMS AND WILD LAND FOE SALE MONEY CONSTANTLY ON HAND FOE FAEM LOANS, And furnished immediately upon application. Opera House Block. HAY & RICE PHYSICIAN AND SURGEON, Aigona, Iowa. J. M. PBIDE, M. D. Office over Goeder's Clotning Store. • Iowa. Spurbeck & Lambert MANUFACTURERS AND DEALERS IN DR. L. A. SHEETZ, .,. DRUGGIST AND STATIONER, Prescriptions filled. Deals In paints, oils, r, oi. i books, perfumeries, etc. Oor. State and Thorington sts. AJsona.Iowa. *,^ „ _ nH .. v M».*UI u MV»g}\^ VSWWUU MIUVl County Attorney Eaymond appeared forMcNutt. The grand jury convened Monday and found three true bills, one against Charles Davis for horse stealing and one each against Frank Jefferson and Thos. Gardner for the burglary of the J. M. Farley store, at Whittemore. All three entered a plea of guilty, Clear Lake Park, Iowa, Season of 1894. A fine program has been arranged for this most popular of Northern Iowa summer resorts, including lecture's by some of America's most noted speak* ers; gospel meetings led by the most popular divines of the nation; camp meetings, band concerts, and numerous 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 the public May 15th, This Hotel is large and commodious, built af. ter the most approved plan for sum' raer hotels, and managed by men who know the wants of their guests, See Orr on questions of paint. C. B. PAUL, M. D., WHITTEMORE - - , - IOWA, Regular Office hours 8 to 12 a, m,, 2 to 6 p. m. Over Wichler's Furniture store. Residence north of track. on anything pertaining to the manufacture ot butter and cheese and we (DEAD SHOT!! Is the name, andSTUDLEY'S DRUG STORE the place. The best Fly Paoerin the World; it kills flies by the bushel. Be sure to ask for 7P T. J. FELLING, M. D. PHYSICIAN AND SURGEON, Consultation in English and German. Ovev Goetch's store, Whittemore, Iowa. OHAS. MoOORMACK, Sold only by W. J. STUDLEY, DRUQGIST, ALGONA, IA. Diseases of Children a Specialty. Besidence, Mrs. McOall's, East of O. & N. W. depot ALGONA, - IOWA, DE. F, C. HEFLIN. PHYSICIAN AND SUB6EON, 0$ce in rear of Swea City Bank. C, , Swea City, Iowa. Money to Joan on lon or short ttwe Q, Q, E, E. SAYERS, D, V, M., V VETERINARY PHYSICIAN AND SURGEON, W-Offlgf west of the Tnortogton House, Algona.Iqffa, HOSPJTAI* Apcommoaatlons, t-QW EXCURSION RATES. MTJ5S TO Qo account oftbeponyeatiofl Qf the BaptiBtTouBg People's Union, of Am erica, the Northwestern reton at ra trip of PR? TiQ&ets QB sale July 17 a»d »*«; return pajsgge untU A«gB^7, 1894, Fpr tickets an! full informWQB A, DENTIST^ RIOT, D, D, 3 », gums teetb GtASIER, P, D, TAL ROOMS a nar* be. peered with, or: tjbe he teit named, resort, will f SB NATTOAL TBBTJI iHDJEIEiBI, RI0HT HOUSEWIVES No OTHER

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