The Algona Republican from Algona, Iowa on October 3, 1894 · Page 1
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The Algona Republican from Algona, Iowa · Page 1

Algona, Iowa
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Wednesday, October 3, 1894
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VOL XXIV. ALGONA, KOSSUTH OOUMTt, IOWA, WTONKSDAV. OCTOBER 3, 1394. 1. Seven City M OUT OF EVERY TEN-BUY THE Make of Ready-to-wear Garments The H<,S. &M. garments are the aristocrats of the clothing world. To Wear them Is to Wear the Best Anyone, familiar with men's fashions will tell you that the finest men' clothing in this country <* made by « New It • rf - lv New En LOOK WITHIN THE COLtAR OF THE COAT YOU BUY SOLD ONLY by leading CLOTHIER in every city Fmii.THis TRADE-WARK... ' IT GUARANTEES SATISFACTION j REPUBLICAN STATE TICKET. PAIR NOTES. Secretary of State -..W. M. Auditor of State ...... -. . .0. G. McCAlmnr „ * , ( C. T?. GRANGER Supremo Judges^.... | n E DBEMER Treasurer of State ..... JoiiN S. HERBIOTT* Attorn^ General ........ MILTON REMI EY Rail way, Commissioner ...C.L. DAVIDSON Clerk of the Supreme Court. ,,C. L. JONES Reporter Supreme Court. U. 1. SAIXINOER CONGRESSIONAL TICKET. Congressman— 10th Dist,.,J, P. t)oi,l-tvER JUDICIAL TICKET. Judge— 14th District, . , . . ,W. B. QUABTON COUNTY TICKET. Auditor ..... >,...*.. ..... . . .P. D. CALKINS Recorder .................. M. P. RANDALL Clerk of Courts ................ B. P. GROSE County Attorney .......... ,J. C. BAYMONC a *C ,. ,t 0 ™ a J H. C. HOI.LENBKCK: Supervisors ......... | L.' BARTON. , , The REPUBLI- „ (JAN is not tnuch f/lakeli With the idea of cramming its local columns With ancient history, of even With news ,,ninp days old ,/ju I the crowding 'of our pages last week with cyclone news having rendered it impossible to wake any lilting note of the County .Fa if, which \v*%»Ufct regard uu on*»of the givat institutions mention J? » -DEALER IN- LUMBER _ w of tile co«uu>. a of some hi' Hs more important features •will hot oe untimely. . ->-i( n t "- '" rarest fabrics, made ion the great looms of Europe and the .United States, are selected for their suits, and, over, (*- i • i V ™ i ' * coats. Every ..piece of clbih is car'ef iilfy^fli^a 'ined'.'.and^spbnge^',, 'arid 'shrunk' b'efore being cut; the; cUt- ^ ting is done after a new and original system, insuring a perfection of fit never attained before in ready-made goods. These garments are celebrated for thelrgrace of Outline, their beauty of fabric, their elegance of fit and finish, their sturdy wearing qualities, and peculiar charactetLandyind^- viduality-that VUWS' them at once -as superior to anything ejsein'the clothing world- They ' * CASES IN COURT. / Judge Carr began bis last.' term of court yesterday, so it is Understood, When he adjourns this term, which will probably continue two'"Wfceks; he will resign, and W. B % Quartdft>m ' be appointed to the vacancy by (Joy. Jackson and will enter upon the discharge, of the duties of the position. ' The calendar this term shows .a'totsil of 222 cases, including 31 prbbate cases. The 1 "ca'lendar is a book of J03" pages which' was turned out at the .IjlEptrciii- CAN office. 1 It is ( the largest calendar ever printed in this couDty. first case called up on the convening of court was that of the Minneapolis & St. Louis Railway Company vs. Bridget Gorman, administratrix. The plaintiff in thi.s case had an $8,000 judgment taxed.up against it by d> • " seeks, a retrial of the , for its non-ap- fault, and case, air And Everything kept In a Pirstclass YOUR PATRONAGE SOLICITED. ;pATTERSON & SARCHETT, Successors to Patterson Bros. cafce^orftes o.v,e'r from 1 being aiguejcpby B. M. i, 5 c **°y" 0 r"* * wo **"** **jr jfcfie original trial. This last term, and is Wright, of Fort Dq|dg«, lomonpan, and Geo Jfi. Clarke ! anfl ;W- 3J. Quarton for.the company. s Th'ertfare 'not-believed to be any civil cases of any Considerable public' interest to come up for.;trial, The criminal cases set for hearitfg ' " Vipne against Aug. Grimmens, . LANTltY 1'BESIDED HERB. ThjB horse display~was the best in all dep'arlments ever made in the county. There were fifty-four premiums award- v e"d. and among the leading prize winners were J, W. Wadsworth, Wads- w&rfcfi Bros., WadHWorth St, Dowse, A. H: Hotelling. W. H. Bailey, B. Hawcott, John Da'u,b, E. P. Keith and D. J&l.' Simpson. ' vi Tl)«re were fifty cattle premiums SwatUed, and the display in this -line tfasirthe largest and best ever made by th'e'apciety. Some of the prize winners WereTVy. F., Jenkinson, Tf M. Bilsbo- Big Bargain Grocery, ALGONA, IOWA. We Lave a large and first-class stock of Groceries that we Will sell as ch«»p as the cheapest, and will spare no pains to please biir customers. We solicit a ba re of the public patronage and invite our friends to call and see us and give us a.trial. We'guarantee satisfaction. PATTERSON & SARCHETT. liiVaf-^My. *MUO «*^«»*i-iwu A^.»*^» «*ifcMM-vMMj for letting a prairie fire^ooe against J. j , f J. K$p, charged f Jfch cheating by f m J^falBe pretenses, and/one against J. L. !\. ^X^l'Sutton ^Barged withtthe same offenBtfi ' •".KThe lalt&t'isTaUegld to have-got a '"' tbreBher^utflt for soriie of ttawffi/seir brated V'^lue sky'^ note|.'; ^''^ <\ . ., , r6ugK",W. H. Bailey, W. II. ? Myrod Schenck, Christian Dau, W Clark" and J. E. Kuhu. ALGONA, IOWA. Aca'iits^s of the republicah^vtJtBrS' af • Cresco,$o,f?nship will be held at the J. B. JoneS sdhool house, October SO, at 1 p. m,,- to nomijil&te township candidates ,as follows: 'dnfiassessor, one clerk, twa justices and twoftrustees. O.- A. POTTER, 1-3 •':'*, ">" ^ Com. ' SHERMAN UNION CAUCUS. We have received the following: "Please insert Ih'your paper that there will be a union caucus Center school house in Sherman township,.to nominate township officers, on Oct. 13.1894, at 2 o'clock p. m. iBy order of Chairmen of both democrat aW republican parties." •», • [No signature.] 'Irvington, Oct. 1,1894. > In You Relish your "-» ", r t^l fc* '• ft f\ - < If not, ,get some ,<rf , tkose cJxpice, new Belidfcies ^at the r, :.. > r : BEN. -^SMITH'S! 'PETSV • • ., __ t ) N depaftm 1 6nt there Vas• ai »^»4. n dhosving, but-what was there, .representing'the flocks ot'D. A. Wallace 1 /A. L. Bfllton, Geo. Ashelford and P. J*. 1 Walker, reflected credit-upom thehvownars.' There were 23, premiums awarded for sheep and swine, the exhibitors o£-the. latter comprising the noted breeders of'the county, among whom are to be named B.' F. Smith, H. A. killibridie, S. H. McNutt and M'.' B, Dalton. IThere were some very fine specimens of hogs, and the chief breeds were represented creditably. • f\ c< On Real Estate.;; -HQXIE j& AND DRILLINOV, We have maohinefy of,aU slues for boring or arlUing wells, -Water guarantee^ pr no pay, OaU'pnoyad^^',,' (3Alj|lQN PROS., Bancroft, I a* , frM -'$3 f ^ *' a I ^ ,1 \l 4% a Xr.i;\ jji^ v^>;% ^ I, y ~ •» •* ^ r i -[ eveything- usually ^ ^4 V f 'i v t\ t This is a paper solcl' the j. , ov|r f or;50,ceriis'?per bpi.,.; " *n ' * fa ' H' * * $ ft ',;'',, CJar4'sell\you. lead^pe^Qil^-.-.--, OT ,.,, .^ --. , pencil sharpener with each and every one f ot •Scents. "" ""^"--. •"•'•^ j-', .'-'i : 1' ,,\// *" m Our "goods the lowest. sare first-class and our prices, are,., ,/,„. \ffi ;FRA'NK W;-..L>JWGI£^:« THE DRUGGIST"' '"" '"",- t' ; ;l iliitljl If you meed an ADstract'oJ Title tp your IftPiJ, It will pay you to li 9^91KSS^^^ twenty<-$lve yeiws of espwiono^ In w^ K«ua 01 pnsines? ana guwT&nipp ouF>jTWfi*! yw ^ywjwi^,^ aje pqmpl^te am\kept postP^ tPdate. 'Gjye^s ft ea|4*,:-'>!• Z. •*'«» o, 'C|UMTff*U '*••' *' •'•*''? .-••'"'-'•' • ' ' '*" /? jwwis^i, f^ 1 «i|wiinr.ff 9^\sjw$>, have an _..o» tne -fl^ rte tor wrow, Want Soiethtog , ea, , , Ed, f grppao, Qeo, P, Stone, Beslwair, F, M. Twipr, ^pert^ 8, S, Mc^PtD, N.Q. Taylor T THE FIRST •• i 1 •?FWP fV ' —-L i _..'» . i«k Mr ^fc. t *» >fc *».' a Y«L Can Make Then go to

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