The Algona Republican from Algona, Iowa on November 28, 1894 · Page 1
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The Algona Republican from Algona, Iowa · Page 1

Algona, Iowa
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Wednesday, November 28, 1894
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ALGONA. KOSStJTH , IOWA, WEDNESDAY. NOVteMBEtl 25, 1394. NO. 0. 1 -"••i-uT" -_-'iy J rj-"-**"•••« •***••- -~** r _- T - *> Fresh Fruits , ,..-,,* • ,and Vegetables FOR YOUR MB. SWETTINC SURPRISED. A Funny incident of a Wesley Justice Tf ial—The Small Boy Bears the Responsibility.—Fight over a Steer. Ledyard is Pushing to"the front, Witi« ning Compliments and Brick Blocks. • Incidents of a Lively Town. points Albert Lea to Cedar Rapids, ftnd $5.50 ffwn points south of and including Cedar Rapids. The sleeper Is fully equipped \tlth bedding, carpets, tablw, etc., ftnd has TijJholsterwl seats. A colored porter Dinner, Cedar Rapids. The sleeper is fully equipped \tlth Bedding, carpets, tablw, etc., ftnd has upholstered seats. A colored porter accompanies each car for the purpose of tnakltfg up berths, keeping the car clean, etc., and a sdcclftl manager goes through with»6fech car and has personal charge of the pftfty. Second class tickets are ac- ccspted In this car. If yon are contemplating & trip to California, address theundef* sighed for folders tftvihg full particular* of this system of travel which combines cheapness, comfort, safety and speed. J. MoltTOKr, G. T. & P. A., Cedar Rapids, I». WESLEY* From the Reporter: An amusing incident occurred during .the steer trial in tho room over Studrtr. & Mathies' stoiu Through the floor is an open stoveplpo hole. While Attorney E. V. Swotting, of Algomi, was questioning a witness he happened to lean over somewhat when a small boy In the store below squirted a stream of water up through the hole square in his fuce from a syringe. It was a surprise to all, but especially to Mr. Swotting. The action of iJacon & Bronson against' Joseph Cosgrovo for killing a steer belong ing to the plain tiffs was brought before Justice Robinson Wednesday, with Attorney Swettlng and Kennedy for plaintiffs and Baymond & Raymond and Gallagher for defendant. The case was tried by jury. Various witnesses were called by both sides and considerable evidence elicited. TheQase was given to tho Jury shortly after 3 a. m. yesterday, and x after* a half-'hours deliberation a verdict was rendered in favoi' of the plaintiffs and assessing $3.00 damages. The defendant gave' notice of appeal to the district' court on the grouud that if tho steer which had riot boon able to stand on Its feet for 14 days was not worth more than $2.00 it was worth nothing. Heman Ward's condition is very serious as a change for the worse set In Tuesday. He is now afflicted with typhoid-pneum- ania." KEDUCKb BAtKB TO DKS Oil account of the annual meeting of the loWa State Teachers' Association, at Des Mollies, December 26th to 28th, the Northwestern lino will sell tickets at reduced rates. For full information apply to agents of the Chicago & Northwestern By, BEST ROUTE TO THE! PACIFIC COAST Is the Chicago, Union Pacific & North- Western line. Fast vestibuled trains of Palace sleeping cats, free re< lining cliair cars and superb dining cars are run daily from points in Illinois and through to Portland, Oregon, We are Offering a Job Lot of Book Cases AND' Writing Desks ego ., S with sleeping cars to Denver, Col., San Francisco, Cal., and other important western cities. For tickets and full iji- formation, apply to agetil? Chicago & Northwestern R',y. Very Cheap. Don't fail tp, examine it; every thing in the latest desigWf Gall and we will show you something thafris etiTe'Jko jplease. We also call your atte% ,tion to APPtiES—another carload of those, fine. Michigan apple.s just in. Now is the time to Ibuy. •"Carter's Old Stand.' Walker Bros. LEDYARD. ' Jones <&5 Smith, of Algona, were visitors in our city today and yesterday. Jones' says'that if he was not already located inr Des Moines that he would' come to Ledr, yard to live, as i^ is hard to find a nicer towii'in every respect in tho whole state. {•;, J. McCall and'Wm/Brown intend put- ting^u'p a line ttvo story brick building In, the Bppij)g. \ 'I'b.eyj have most of the stone trying to ar- ASfqNISHING OFFERS. '• The prebaium supplement of the Weekly Pioneer Press just issued con- .tains some of the most liberal propositions we have ever seen. Articles which ordinarily cost more than the price of a year's subscription are given free. This is an admirable opportunity- t6 obtain holiday presents for nothing in connection with a year's subscription to one of the best weekly papers we know of. Send postal card for sample copy of the weekly and premium list to the Weekly Pioneer Press, bt. Paul, Minn. For the next six days or until further notice I will sell at way down prices as '•this is the time of year I make ray clearing sale.—J. R. LAIRD. COW FOR SALE. "Inquire at REPUBLICAN office. 2w We are also prepared to give bargains in SIDE BOARDS, CHAMBER SUITS and PARLOR GOODS. Gall and loook our Stock over when in need of FURNITURE. A. D. McGregor, rest aT-jaauTast Saturday night'got badly ''""•"- He-1o'ok&d'as'if"<he had just and Blizzards! out for them and' r prejpare for them by buying your 'Warm Footwear of of Warm Lined Rubbers, Arctics, Eta, Warin , Shoes, Warm Boots/Warm Mittens, Felt Boots, Spcks, Leggins and Qver Gaiters, Allred, Cash Shoe House, Algona, la, NEW GROCERY FIRM I w ' Peterson, f^^ comefbut of a sausage grinder. t -, /' 'Wnj,"Leslie we,ntjbp_ Algona yesterday to arrest a man and.succeeded in finding'h'nr and brought him back' but last nigh't "in some way he .managed to escape and Bill is now 1 outVgUin ch'aging him.--. ;J. .._ 6ne hundred and seventy-five car 10a<Mj~j of haj'were Shipped out of Ledyard last we'ek^St preseut tiiere are ten buyers on' the track'.every di^y. i \ • • ' Have you seen Dr. Dunlap's display - of Holiday goods? If not call ^at once' and make your selections before the best presents are gone. . )f . '„ • ..Judging'by'theway window lights and billiard cues were sailing through the air last Saturday night, one would think t'he world had come to an end or at. least it was "The lastdays of Ledyard." There will be a big turkey'shoot here on Thanksgiving day. Some over 150 turkeys have already been purchased. Numbers will-be lOe, AH you good.shots • from thecounwy v c6 J rfi'e"'i'n'that"da l yi and 'make some money, ' '. >• ' . " Have you'seen Ship|ey & .Nejsters new stock of fur coats; he has them all the way from S to 140. Ledyard, .perhaps now ;has the fastest pole team iu tho county, that which Mr, W, Brown owns, Nellie, a bay inaro, rpc- ord 3;38, aud. Prince,- a b}p,clf horse' has a recprd of 3:40, Don't forget Punlap (or Christmas presents, LOW PATES, . Noi'tU-Westwii Wne is 1 now selling ejccursjqn tickets at gpe^yy j-educed fates,' to the health ftnd pleas.m'e te'sorts of Call i&, Florida, Texas; |^exlojj,'Wew Mex SHERIFFS SALE. * • . Notice is-hereby given, that by virtue of a special execution, to me directed by the Dlerk of the/District Courtof ICossuthcoun- .'ty, Iowa, against the goods, chattels, lands, tenements, etc. of W. B. Willey, defendant, in favor of Martin Pinley, plaintiff, I* will offer at public sale to the highest- and 'best* bidder for cash, at the door of the court 'house. In the town of Algonttj O0unty (-•""-- *BUtli, lowa, on the 22na' day: of Itep a8W, .between the hours'"ot 0 o'clopk a* 4 o'clock,p.. m., on saiJLdavv.alLof'-siCJo >a.of.f>ta the following-described real estate situated In Kossuth county, to-wi^r The south half of the southwest quarter of section ejgit L8], townshipnKb.'.one hundred [lOal. range twenty-seven" \2T\. west 5th Pv M; lowrt. 1 Hale'to comm'onoo at the hour of 2 o'clock,.p. m. of said day , •• '.Witness my hand this 20th day of' NoVem- s ber,1894. " " '— •""•* "• --— • o. o. SAMSON, o<>cnu, Kossuth County, Iowa.- Go to the New Firm. PATTERSON & SON, Where you will find a complete line of Staple and Fancy Groceries, Crockery, GLASSWARE, ETC. We have on hand a fine line of Canned a.nd Dried Fruit; a complete line of fresh Crackers. We warrant every sack of our Flour. We ^ill always pay the highest market price for Butter, ^nd Eggs,- and would > '|tmcll j y> ask- a share'of-your patrdnlge'.- * We^will-do, our "best to'-please^you; ^ ' ! «•*» . r -~ vl .< fcsj "''\ ADMINISTRATION NOTICE. Notice 's hereby given that the, undersigned have been appointed and have qualified as administrators of the'estate of Kobert Stephenson, late of Kossuth county, Iowa, ^deceased. All persons in any manner indebted to said estate will make immediate payment to the undersigned; and those having claims against) the said estate will file them with the clerk of the district court of Kossuth county, Iowa, as provided by law, duly authenticated, for- allowance. Dated'this lOth'day of Nov., A. D..1894, GEOiB.'BOYLE, , Whittemore, Iowa. ADA S. STACY, " 7-10 Algona, Iowa. NOW REALLY, DOESN'T I THIS STRIKE YOU AS A BIG BARGAIN? A BOY'S SUIT, CQpslst'ng of a 'double breasted coal! an_d short pants All WooJI« »tod y9»i flrgt-plass—good find strong, i PAIR OF EXTRA PANTS AT YOUR OWN PRICE. Th,e room is rented to P. L. Slagle and we- have 'got to quit'business and close out our entire, stock of. " Dry Goods, Clothing and Furnishing Q-oods, AT PRICES TO MAKE YOU ALL B.TJYj. , , > JUST THINK,! made of the pamp cloto as th- ftnfl t^9'p»ifS of pants a^e made <yoj». AND A PAIR OF SHOES Dress Goods at one-third former^Price, Flannels at less than Cost, Gloves at 38 1 «3 per cent Reduction. Clothing, cheaper than ever, before. . B^Rememher we will not be here long < goods will not last long at the prices we now p *'' Yours for ieaj bargains just umfsf.

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