The Algona Republican from Algona, Iowa on November 7, 1894 · Page 8
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The Algona Republican from Algona, Iowa · Page 8

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% ' * ' 1V1RY DgSOmPTlON At Studlsy's Drug Store. IN- LUMBER And Everything kept in a BMrstclass Lumber Yarti. VOtJE PATRONAGE SOLICITED. BANCROFT NEWS WORK Chicago & Kotfcli«W»Jstefii fiofrftt SotrfH «i*ed .. 9i iiafh *tt*«d 5 Otprft way f wight.... ji 43afn way flight....8 jsa$ rtasenfer. 466ptti faSsefiger < IOWA, tfOt. t , 1894 187 1394. Conducted by J, A, MOT SAO! POfc LIFE, ing her sister, Mrs. Will Weisbfod, a- few days afio. Mr. Whittle* gave a party to the young folks, who all reported a pleasant time, H. F- Dryer has raised a lafge cow barfU Philip Wander does the Carpenter work He is froffi (5ief ffiont, Iowa, ahd is & con* sin of J. Liht. WELL BORING AND DRILLING. ASweaCityMob (Jets After CJeo. Hill— The Latter Runs Barefooted to Ban* eroft, Arriving at a a, m. When in need of Hardware, please call on me and get prices. I aim to keep the best, such as Garland Stoves and Ranges, Baker Barbed Wire, Heath & Milligan's Paints, Etc. «J. TV. 't Pay th Our Abstract Books are complete up to date, and reliable. They represent an outlay of thousands of dollars and wero prepared by an experienced abstractor. Our patrons may thereiorefeol certain of getting reliable abstracts. Our 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 lent or even furnish us stationery. AND WILD LAND FOR SALE.. MONEY CONSTANTLY ON HAND FOB FARM LOANS, And furnished immediately upon application. Opera House Block. HAY & RICE C.L.LUND. ESTABMBHHD 1880. J.J.RYAN. (Successors to 0. L. ( , LUND.) Real Estate Dealers, Algona, Iowa, w*.!£? Ih 1 ^ t p 1!anno , u I 10 e to the readers of the RBPUBMOAN tliat we have extraordinary faolll- ^^^^SS^^^^M'ffSS^K^'^^^' -i^ffwaBM/as^a»5a»^nM^ i want to sell your property lor what It Is worth, don't waste any time in li" tine yours respectfully, LUND & RYAN. with n • wnnus Are You Insured? Against Fire or Tornadoes ? Is your family protected in case of death, by a life policy in a solid company ? If not, , NOT. 6.—Quite an excitement was caused here today when it became known that Geo. Mill had made a hasty departure from Swea City last night without hat, coat orshoes and came by the nearest and most direct route to Bancroft, arriving at about 2 o'clock this, Tuesday, morning. It seems that Geo. Hill and E, M. Ryan wore sitting in the Anderson Bros, hotel when a mob variously estimated from 75 to 200 men, surrounded the hotel and one of them came in and said that Ryan and Hill were wanted. Ilill pushed through the crowd and ran towards Bancroft, about 50 men pursuing him. When he got a little ways he took off his coat, vest and shoes to insure speedier locomotion. The crowd pursued him nearly a mile and concluded that he was too fleet of foot, but some of them wanted to pursue him with horses but afterwards changed their mind, Ryan remained behind and began reasoning with the crowds as best he could for a time, but the crowd had several new men in it who did not like Ryan for several reasons, among them being the supposed incendiary burning of the drug store recently. However tho crowd contented themselves by slightly bruising Ryan and let him go. It appears that Hill has boon having trouble with some of the boys up there and recently had a fight with aeueral of them and Hill came out first and thia angered the boys and coupled with tho above reason was tho cause of the riot. Mr, Ryan arrived in Bancroft about 10 o'clock this morning and was able to be about, but Mr. Hill, is lying in bed at F. J. Byrne's, who kindly took him in and gave him shelter. Mr. Hill's feet are pretty badly cut up and blistered by his nocturnal travel. We offer no palliation of the wrong doing, if any, of Ryan or Hill, but claim and maintain that if they had done wrong the proper way to punish them was to go to the common law and.not to mob law in an enlightened community like Kossuth county. 1« Kov. G.—Whittemoi'e Will have Watef Works. Everything is e pfetty quiet 'except Wag* ons in the streets in the morning, when Jack Frost asserts his presence by the e*» tra iattle ovef the lumps. J. E. Paul and wife and son Robert were over at Algona visiting the former's broth* or and family ovef Sunday. E. A, Weisbeck is the kind of man to have in town because he takes pride enough in us to add to our population. You made a mistake, though, Mr. Editor, because if she had been a boy you would have added a voter. As it is, she may when old enough, attract one, and we forgive you. A case of suspected dyphtheria has broken out in tho old house at West End. It has been promptly quarantined, to the discomfiture of the dwellers in the house, but wo must remember that what inconveniences the few, will probably benefit tho many. Henry Goetsch has sold out his store to a Mr. Fisher from Spencor. We are sorry to lose Mr. G., but at the same time bid Mr. Fisher welcome. Jno. Fairburn is in Chicago laying in a stock of groceries and fruits. John is a rustler. * , dan SALMON BBOa, Sanest, ta. l««i«ll«« AM Ow? AiifW If t ti*fid*— M&fifr Httaiba^s ittm , Seme f tjpii$ftl jBitifiiiJleg, list bfiatity tbgiuiiutloti city JicilfeS IflJffl the Onar% 6f Uv&exi an E, 0, BOWYER, DEALER IK fAfM, C10CJS AHDJBfEBT, AM kinds of Silverware a specialty. A. D. CLABKE <fe CO, Office oo Dodge street, Afcona, iow», . 0. CALL, CtUAL BSVATE AND ABSTRACT BUFFALO FORK. J. A. FREGH, Of the BAJSTUROFTINSUEANOE AGENCY, submits the following companies for your consideration. This is the strongest line of companies in any agency in Kossuth county and does the largest business. All city policies are issued in Bancroft and can be had on short notice. We can do a more careful business because we devote our time to it. Creamery and threshing machine insurance a specialty. . FIRE AND TORNADO CO.S A GRAND ARMY FAREWELL. BANOBOFT, Nov. 6.—About thirty G. A. R. friends and their wivos gathered at D. R. Crowoll's a week ago last night to give a farewell party for Mr. and Mrs. Purdy, who started for California last Wednesday. The evening was spent in telling war stories and singing war songs, and the old soldiers sang the choruses with a vim that reminded them of their younger days. Light refreshments were served and a royal good time was had all around. The party presented Mr, Purdy with a beautiful silver smoker's .set, and Mrs. Purdy received a beautiful watch case. Thus,'they left Bancroft with the kindliest ,feeiin.gs for the friends left behind and the friends of Mr. and Mrs. Purdy al hope they will have a pleasant journey, and that Mr. Purdy may keep on getting in better health. Hanover of New York. Fire Association of Philadelphia. Northwestern National of Milwaukee. Rockford of Rockford. /State of DCS Moines. Capital of Des Moines. Merchants and Bankers of Des Moines Anchor of Croston. Dubuque Fire and Marine of Dubuque. LIFE COMPANIES. Equitable of New York. Mutual Life of New York. -The total assetts of the above companies is $366,678,181.08, according to the Auditor's report of Jan. 1,3894. U. M. Richmond, Pres, 8t -wJ?l n t!!.U<, A - B< B'opniond, 0, J, ienander, Vice frcs. . Casbier, Ass't, Gash. Farmers'& Traders' Savings Bank . T BiAlJCIfcOFT, IOWA, Land, Loan, and Insurance Agency, J831. A large Ijst of wild lands for sale, improved farms and villaee property for sale or rent, Farm lows on Jong time and low »S pflSSwt. ^ Offices at Bancroft end Swea QHy, Iowa, R, M. RICHMOND, CALL AT THE OFFICE OF TY BML .A MISSION VISITANT. Rev. T. S. Bailey D. D,, of Cedar Rapids, superintendent of Presbyterian missions in Iowa, made a flying trip through northern Kossuth county last week. Arriving in Bancroft on Friday, he was driven to Germania^'who're he spent a few hours with Pastor Everts, who has been recently laid aside by illness. He then took the evening train to Armstrong and spent the night with Pastor Randall Saturday he was driven to Seneca, und after dinner at Mrs, Batterson's reached Bancroft in time to take the 2;43 train for Lu Verne and Livermoro where he was to preach on the sabbath. He was glad to find the new churches of LuVerne and Seneca now enclosed; both bidding fair to be completed before winter, I THE GUN. t CLUB SHOOT, ' "Program for the final regular shoot of the Bancroft Gun club lor the season of 1894, Event No." 1—Ten targets, unknown an* gles, fifty entrance, Event No, S-Five singles and five pairs, entrance seventy>five, r ' Event No, ^Ladles' match, ten tajv gets, known angles, two merchandise prizes, ' Event No, 4^-Fifteen targets, known angles, entrance 75 cents, Event No, 5-Clttb watch for medals, .five birds, known angles, Event Np, fr'-Teum shaqt, two men to cansUtut'e a team. G ubs can enter as many teams as they wish to. Entrance 13^)0 per team. Fifteen targets, known angles, two prises, * Kvent Nu*7-Teu singles and fj Y e pairs, known angles, «.oo entrance. v ' Event iJTo, 8-Walking match, ten targets, entrance 5fl cents, Event No. 9-Miss aH d out, entrance 85 LAND AND TOWN LOT 00. This program subject to slight change, AH puj-ses 4fyJ<ie4 50,-aQ a.n.4 go ner cent, dropping for pJaee allowed, cast Qf tP.he 4e4acte(J ft^m prj&e, Birds |or % cefltseach, Everybody j ft vited to attend ana psrWQjpte ; ' BUFFALO FOBK.—Miss Laura Spith returned to her home in Wesley last Sunday. T. A. Butterfield's sale occurs this week Thursday. He intends moving to Hurt in the near future. Miss Myrtle Fox began her school in the Buffalo Fork district this week. T. P. Reibsamen was on our streets last Sunday traveling west. School began in the Grover district this week with Miss Lu Smith as teacher. The Ladles Mite Society will give a crazy tea party at the home of Mr. and Mrs. T. Fox, Friday evening, Nov. 9. All are cordially invited. Mr. and Mrs. A. G, Birdsall visited friends iu this vicinity last Sunday. A son was born to Mr. and Mrs. Esser, of South Portland, Nov. 1st. There will bo no preaching service at the Doan church next Sunday, as the pastor will be absent from home. Vera Stall and Ettie Fox are on the sick list this week. Albert Kroeger is slowly improving. Aleck Clay and family have moved to Mason City, where Mr. Clay has work in a round house. "A certain young gentleman of Burt, whose name will be withheld, has been quite regular in attendance at the Doan church of late. The young people of this Vicinity met by invitation at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Chas. Davison's last Friday evening and indulged in a candy pull. A pleasant time was enjoyed by all. For the next six days or.until further notice I will sell at way down prices as tliisjs the time of year I make ray clearing sale.—J, E. LAIRD. See Orr on questions of paint. ^ Money to.loan on long or short time. Stf GEO. C. CALL. If you want a job of painting done see Orr. "HAS. A.OOHKKOUH. CLARKE & COHENOUK, AT LAW, QUAHTON. ATTORNBY AT LAW t Omoa over Ko»Buth Co. Bank. Algona, Iowa. SULLIVAN & MoMAHON, ATTORNEYS- AT- LAW. Postofflce BlocK. -AMOK*. IOWA. DANSON & BUTLER. LAW, LOAJfS AND LAJfD, nm£°l!, e ^ lon . s a Specialty, Office in Gardner Oowles new buildtau Algona. IS. V. S WETTING. ATTORNEY AT LAW, Money to Joan. Algona.Iowa s. s. .sisssiom ~~~~ ATTORNEY AT LAW, Loans and Insurance. Special attention M, P, HAGGARD. G. F. PEEK, HAGGARD & PEEK, Successors to JOJSES & SMITH, ABSTRACTS,—*«•» EEAL ESTATE and OQLLEOTIONS AUQONA, IOWA, . K. GARFIELD, M. D., PHYSICIAN AND SURGEON, OflUe on State street. Algona, Iowa, Bt J. KENEF1CK, M. D. Ofllee over Taylor's store'. A 'g° na - PHYSICIAN AND SURGEON, Atgona, Iowa. -^DENTIST x> A. L, BIST, D, D. S E, S, QUASJER, £>; p, $, DENTAL ROOMS Over the AJggna State Bank, The best of modern anaesthetics to make all operations as painless M pos- sJhJe, - F iOSEWALL, PAINTER J. M. PBIDE, M. D. Office over Qoeder's OJotning Store, Algona,' • .Iowa DK. L. A. SHEETZ, . ' DRUQGltiT AN® 8TAT1QNVSR, Predorlptlons fll]ed, . Deals j n paints, olw, n«r H f * b °5 k r2t perftunertes, etc" ' Oor, State and Thorington sts. AJjBona. .,.., WBITT8MORE - -' _ Heguiar bflloe hoars's to' n a, m., ? to 6 p. m. Over Wlcnier'sFwpitureatwe, ' . _ Residence north of tracp, T, J, FSLLINa, M. D, ' PBT8JOI4N AND Consultation in EpgHsh an4 German. Over QoetoH's store, Whittem JJ6S, ahd iMfflK ffbiB ft study 7 ' of faauntfl ifl this city that he Was last MTOU f^m at san franaisco, it at once sends a Utter bf liquify to the Associated Chws Ittel of the latter place; If John is still at San i»«iftoiS6d and following his usual - * it Ufa, the Associated Charities 16 SUre to find him, But suppose the frolfl SAB dandified is that Johfc . - last seen oa board a steamship Work' ing his passage t« Tasmania. That sounds hopefess enough, but theJS Ua charity organisation at Hobart TOWIL Tasmania, and the chances are that if a ffiaa of Jon* poe'B status should go to Tasmania Hobarfc Town, as the capital and largest city, Would be his abiding place. Were John there, the local society Would doubtless find him and report tbi discovery to the New York society. ThettOO the report would reach Liverpool, and JUT John's inquiring friends wero really ant- lotu for his presence and he were wllline to return home the Liverpool sooiefef Would see him safely through the remaiA- der of his Journey round tho world. The Charity Organization society may never have pursued John Doe into Australia, but it could do-it If it would, tar it 10 in friendly relations with like sooie- ttcM all over tho civilized world. It has such relations with more than 100 societies to the United States and Canada and with many otbew in the British isles, Prance, Germany, Holland, Italy, Swlt- J ei $"$' ( ? u48 k» Austria-Hungary, Greece, Turkey, Norway and Sweden, Egypt, India and Australia. There are more than 100 •uoh societies la the British isles alone. There are more than a dozen in France and mure than n score in Russia, and there U scarcely an Important European capital without one. It is the business of these societies to attend to their own looal charities and to make for kindred societies at 'home and abroad whatever investigation is naked. Vagrant John Doe may •eenia hopelessly Indistinguishable drop In the ocean of humanity, but the chances are that he is bettor known * the oharlto organization societies of half a dozemeap* itals than many a more^famous man. So It happuns that John, thoughtlessly pur- Ming his lifelong vocation of idler and beggar, can be tupped on the shoulder when wanted, oven though ho takes tip wiugft of the morning and dwells in the uttermost parts of thw earth. The Charity Oganiztvtion society of this city usually hus on hand some cases sent .to it for inquiry from aboard. Most of these oases come from Greafc Britain, though many como from Gomnnny and Holland, and they have boon rocoivpd from nearly every civilized country of the globe. When suoli on Inquiry comes, it is usually accompanied by n hopeful clow, and as t&e society has an acquaintance with nearly, all the professional boggnrs and with ma others of fhe unfortunate 1 and criminal time is lost iu Seeking tlie subject of ir qulry where ho. was last heard from.' The society makes,"no, attempt to look ou* for others than those of the classes with which it usually' has dealings, though it does not hesitate to do a good turn for any inquirer. Ib is not long since one of its agents looked up a man whom a'fond wife in Great Britain was ready to mourn as one dead. The missing husband was- found snugly'lodged with'a-new wife,-but the society prevailed upon him to send aid to spouse No. 1. It frequently happens that the tale of>a. professional beggar or of some other unfortunate brought to the attention of the sooipty seems to bo worth investigation. If the story has an end in an American or European city tho society eti once sends out a letter of Inquiry to the- kindred society in such city, and tho talo is sabjeoted to a pitiless sifting. The result frequently is to convict tho vagrant of untruth. But it sbmethnes happens that friends or relatives abroad are ready to receive him back. In that case the society cares for him until such tune as word comes to send him home. Then an agent .of the society goes* with him to the ship that is to carry htm over, provjdes'him, with a ticket and stays by him until the ship is ready to sail, ' Spine steamships further the charity by carrying' pvw t a few s'tbprago passengers free, Others mo.ke sneoioVreduotions, If a vagrant returning home is ablebodied, passage is p'btajned for' Mm pn a/cattle shijjrh^d.'he works, his way over, In this way tfe ftujrtnffss <?f sending;, home these lielpjess creatures ,is cheaply''managed,, TJje 'soojety undertook orioe for the goea of ty»e United States to seiid'hojne a,re sick person, bis, w|fe,apd Ave, children.'' a' German towtt 1GQ 1 wiles inland, m \7iwle journey was arranged' at ?68 ., entire family,- bwt the father,-who .. bee'n^«' guide to the' 'HQjy Land,, fell *^ w-ith, A wealthy poquaiptpce when 8| hours • 'o| t)»p Toypgf'F^s o»6ijB"bf & ship's/ busjnesg &U B, £, SAYEB^, D, Y, ^,,., Ka»»»i««^ F, L, SLAGiE, CLAS Harness aail Imm Goods, IOWA, , MRS, F, E, ED&Y, WMEJBI,

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