The Algona Republican from Algona, Iowa on February 20, 1895 · Page 5
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THIS REPUBLICAN, AlBOKA. IOWA, WMfrEStlAj. FtiflBtJAfiY 20. 1895. im to the grand To tnftkd a farmer hot, Afid Incite a lively tow. Just Ifttimate he's got A tuberculosis cow. The city election occurs one ffotu Monday nest. Mf. attd Mrs. Fred McCall mourn the death of one of theit twin babies. Attorney Geo. B. Cloud wasmarried at Nevada last week to Miss Mamie E. White. P. L. Slagle has opened up a harness shop at Burt, and his son 0. W. Will ruti it, H. A. Paine left Monday to travel in the interest of the Fisher commission house of Chicago. See Frank Dingley's new wall-paper ad, Mis store is the recognized headquarters for walUpaper. We are having our usual February spriiig. Next month we shall possibly have our usual March winter, Two licenses were issued Monday to 0, S. Brown aod Flavilla Button, and Edward Dutoit and May Rudd. Melzar Haggard was out for the first time -yesterday, His sickness has con- lined him to the house for four weeks. The Lu Verne News reports that the lectures given in that town by Tank Kee were good but were hot largely at* tended. The Mandolin Club will give a dance at the Court House hall next Tuesday evening, February 20th. All are cordially invited to attend. C. J, Button has been appointed postmaster at Irvington in place of Mr. Clark, who has very acceptably filled the office for several years. This will be tlie week for reading Washington's Farewell Address. There are some pointers in that address to which time has given new point. The REPUBLICAN did not hear of it in time to be able to stop the press to announce that a boy was born to Mr. and Mrs. Fred Paine Tuesday last week. Many young friends of Miss Eva Parker paid her a surprise visit Saturday night, the occasion being her ., birthday. She received numerous ele- - gant presents. "^Caucuses will be held in each of the f outwards tonight to nominate candidate for councilmen and select delegates tff.$he city convention to be held to-morrow night at the Court House. Advertised Letters: Miss Cora C. Adams, Mr. Ifcunson, Photo' Gallery, Mrs. Esser, Fred- Hain, Leon Lawton, John Matson, J. H. Ochs, D. F. Royer, M. D., C. W,. Starr, Mrs. Marie Stom Albert Patterson and, Harry Moore were largely instrumental in getting up one of the pleasantest dancing parties of the season, last Saturday night. A traveling German orchestra furnished the music. JohnLochtu came down from St. Paul a few days ago to close up the sale of his quarter section farm in Ramsay township. The farm brought 84,000. Mr. Lochtu is understood to be doing well in his new.home. ;•.--„;. Strange to remark, we'have had no announcements of candidates for Mayor, either suggested by. personal ambition or induced by the pressing demands of many friends. There appears to be no scramble so far. While in Chicago en route for home Archie Hutchison called on Jos. W. Hays and found him doing a large and paying business. Will F. Walker is in with him at present, and as might be supposed, the two make a strong team. County Clerk Grose had about concluded that the bottom had fallen out of the matrimonial market, but one license having been taken out this month, when on Monday he was privileged to make four hearts happy by issuing two licenses. W. H. Wood, of Albert Lea, Minne sota, is in town for a few days tuning pianos. This gentleman was here ou a like errand six months ago. He pro- pbses to make regular semi-annuai vis* its. He is making his headquarters at v the Tennant House, • • Peter Winkel reports that he has gdt his crop 'of ice 1 harvested, and both ot'hi's ice houses are full. He has about 650 tons instorei which is about , 175 tons .in excess of. last year. He says that the quality of the ice is 100 \ per cent, better than last year. '. At the present'tinie'the friends of "the library tax are entirely confident Of success, and we take it that their \ confidence is. justified. The tax ought $ to be, and we think will be wbe,n its x ' merits are considered, a popular. . )\ measure, ' \ The insurance adjusters concluded jth,c'Vorkof invoicing the Blackford 'good? last week and settled the loss, allowing $900, Mr, 'Blackfprd was represented by John G. South. Most of the goods were damaged less than, was supposed, and a considerable Stock feraaips,- The store has. already reopened in the Cowles bnUding, '• The regular exercises of the Athen* ia,n society last Thursday evemng were enlivened by most excellent _mii« «i<3 rendered by the Algona Mandolin <?lub, !< Tbeii' selections gave, great sat' isfaetion and were heartily 8pP,Jaufle4. ^Tbe proMenoy already attain^ py >i»^ "inhered the surprise ana g<j. <jfaUwbower§ so foFtpate >r«&eirt>, says: f --. --t.ua Weetey Rfipprt$r §&yss &w«' *••* ^whwasusteJ brought to town, having his art trial yesterday before Clarke, who held hi jury in $300 bonds. Our readers will be glad to look over the semi-annual statement of the Algona Deposit and Loan Association appearing in this paper, showing as it does a sound cottditon of the institution. A dividend of 14.73, P« cent. per annum on the loan fund values has been made for the six months ending December 31, and distributed. Our Mr. Williams is winning fame. The Fotest City Summit says: G. L. Williams, of Algona. was in town on Thursday of last week. Mr. Williams is rapidly making his way to wealth and fame, through the medium of a hair restorer of his own manufacture, Which is warranted to grow Whiskers on an Indian or hair on abilhard ball in from one to six weeks. A farmer lost the end-gate out of his wagon one day last week while driving along State street, and though sotne- boday yelled hard after him he wenton eailv, unconscious of his loss. It was left at Setchell & Setchell's store, and if the fartner is a faithful reader of the RKftraiACAN he Will go there and get it, after thanking the ladies for then- consideration and paying a year in ad- Vance for this paper* The Whittetnore Champion ot last week had a vety creditable write-up ot its town, illustrated with well executed cuts of its more important buildings, including the handsome new State Bank and new School House. There is no community in the county that is animated more by that enterprise which counts for the makingof a town. Whittemore is prosperous, has a thriving business and a progressive population, and is bound to keep up the march of improvement. In lieu of the usual program of the Social Union, Mr. Chrischilles, the committeeman, has secured a lecture to be delivered by Johnson Brigham, editor of the Midland Monthly, whose theme will be " Midland Literature." Mr. Brigham is tho leading literary man in the state and is a line orator, whose popularity as such has been attested on many occasions. The lecture will be Friday evening, March 1st. at the Congregational Church, and will of course be free. The Burt Monitor says that the Burt creamery received 240,900 pounds of milk for January, 1895, as against 190,701 pounds for the corresponding month of 1894, showing an increase of 50,259. The number of pounds of butter made was 10,561, for which 23 to 24 cents in New York was received. The highest price paid for milk was $1.00 per 100 pounds to Hiram Norton. Some get as low as G5 cents, all depending upon the per cent, of butter fat in the milk. Rev. A. Elf strom, pastor of the Swedish Lutheran churches of Algona and Bancroft, brought to the REPUBLICAN office on Monday a copy ot a denominational paper containing the last letter written by George Washington. It was written on December 13, 1899, the day prior to Gen. Washington's death, and was addressed to John Anderson, a Swede at Norfolk, Virginia. John Anderson was engaged to marry a pretty girl in Sweden, and he sent it to her along with one of his own "composition. 'The match was broken off, hut the letter was kept by the lady un • til her death, and then handed down from one friend to another for nearly one hundred years. It is now the property of Mrs. C. A. Carlsson, of Gallar- ed, Sweden, and a high value is setj.ip- on it. The article on the County Poor Farm contributed by a farmer to last week's REPUBLICAN, has been the occasion ot much favorable comment. Chairman Chubb, of the County Board, informs the editor that the report of the income and expenses of the farm for the year 1894 is now on file in the office of the county Auditor, and that it will be given to the public as soon as the Board meets. It was made out by Ex-Supervisor Bawson, and was not ready for the January meeting. It was expected that it would be in at the adjourned; meeting, but by some failure to connect it did not reach the office till the day after adjournment. Chairman Chubb says the Board aims to do with the farm substantially what the REPUBLICAN corresponent suggests. Some thirty Algona people listened to Henry Watterson's speech at Em- metsburglast Thursday night. They were enthusiastic in choir praise ot the great Kentuckian's • oratory. Among those from Algona were County^ Clerk Frank Crose and wife, County Auditor F. D. Calkins, Postmaster J, W. Hin- cbon, C. B, Matson, Mrs, C, A. Ingham, Harvey and Corwe Ingbam, the Misses Wartman, Mrs, C. 0. Samson, E. J. Gilmore and wife, W. C. Danson and wife, Ike Finnell, B. B. Warren, Charley Smith, Grant Bamsey, Dr, M. J. JCenefick, M, Starr and wife, Miss Elsie JJunt, Banker E. J, Murtagh, of Burt, and E. B. ^ddy, of Buffalo Fork, were also of the 'party, The audience packed Music Hall to fulness. Rev, •Bagneli delivered a , very graceful speech of introduction! The Northwestern ba3 at last put on the train for which there has been such an earnest demand by the use of which parties in Northern Kosswth are enabled tq visit the county se'at and re' turn on the same day* This tram is a freight and it reaches Algona r)oro the north af&SQ a, ro. Betwrning.it leaves Algona at 7:80 p, m, This gives ten hours for business in- Algona.' K will be, a tt«eh appr&eiated addition to -om? day contained no- attention .of it, and the report that she was buried in Algona was probably untrue. WEST UNION LITERARY, It Rises Above the Mercury and Discusses a Great Question—The officers Are Vindicated by a Re-Election. After having beerl frozen out for the past two weeks, the West Union literary society held a meeting, February 14. The literary program was very short, owing to the uncertainty whether there would be a meeting, that evening< so many on the program not being present. It was the regular night for the election of officers, but short work Was made of it by the re-election of the old officers*, Mr. Goetchs for President and Mr. Hohn for secretary. The discussion of the question, "Be- solved that foreign immigration should be prohibited,'* Was carried on m_the affirmative by Joe Zanke, Henry Kennedy and Mrs. Goetchs* and in the negative by Miss Butler and T. J. Julian. The decision Was in favor of the negative. The question for February 21 will be, "Besolved that Lincoln did more for his country than Washington. The president has the negative and he says it will be the best debate ever given in the school house, and what he says is accepted as law by this community. For February 28, leaders were appointed and a question selected, but the opinion of the house was that such a question was no question that they want to listen to, so a new one will be selected next week, or new leaders put on who have the interest of the society at heart, and will do their utmost to fulfil the parts alotted to them. Ihe society is going to run until the time set for adjournment, March 7, and it anyone thinks he can break it up or carry on in the way they did last Thursday night, he is mistaken. Order will be preserved by the president, and those who do not wish to conform to the rules of good behavior had better not come. SAD CASE OF MISS WARD. Home From the Asylum to Die—Her Mania Led Her Abroad and Into Danger at Night. County Clerk* Grose has received a letter from the superintendent of the Independence asylumstatingthatMiss Anna S. Ward, who had been an inmate of that institution for the past two \ears, had been taken by her brother to the home of her sister, Mrs. Beynolds, of Armstrong. The letter stated that she was suffering from consumption and was beyond recovery. This case has a sad history. Miss Ward's relatives were very anxious to keep her out of the asylum, but they found it impossible to protect her from her mania for wandering and could not answer for her safety. She frequently escaped at night from the window of her room in the second story, and was as likely to undertake nocturnal trips in the winter as in the summer. She on one occasion was found nearly frozen to death and one night she traveled nearly twenty miles, and was found near Bancroft. AN OLD SETTLER. Mrs. L. Whitham Dies Wednesday Evening. Mrs. Harriet Witham, wife of L. Witham, of Cresco township, died at the residence of her daughter, Mrs. B. H. Anderson, in Algona, last Wednesday night, kidney and liver troubles. The funeral was largely attended trom theM. E. Church on Friday, Bev. Kennedy conducting the services. Miss Harriett Marsh was married to Mr. Witham in Pennslvania. They have been residents of this county for 28 years and have been among its most highly esteemed old settlers. They had eight children, all of whom survive their mother. - • ; Iowa, presented the heeds of- that work at the Congregational church Sunday morning and preached in the evening. The ladies of the Congregational church are invited to attenda missionary meeting tomorrow afternoon at the residence of Jas. Patterson. The pastor and congregation of the Congregational church have received an invitation to attend the dedication of the church at Clear Lake tonight, and the pastor will attend. Bev. McClintock. of Britt, will preach ahrl administer the sacrament at the M. E. Church Sunday. RESA KOSSUTH DISTRICT COURT Having made settlements with the insurance companies, we now offer -' i 'ern now has &w trains each way ear; These go north PERSONAL MENTION. Rev. A. V. Gorrell took his departure' from Algona on Saturday afternoon. He was to open his pastorate at Fort Dodge on the following day. ' J. B. Jones has, been looking after business in Algona'tbe past week. Burt Peck left for Hampton Wednesday evening to spend a week with friends. * Pearl Pugh has gone to Winona, Minn., to attend a school for Jewelers. He will be gone four or five weeks. His place at Bowyer's is filled by Mr- Kock, of Spencer, Attorney Sullivan has been .at Emmetsburg a good share of the time lately,'engaged in law matters, Tuesday's Des Moines Register says' that Miss Kate Smith tendered a 'violin solo Saturday evening at a parlor suffrage meeting, at the residence oi Mr, and Mrs. Clark, which was <espec-> ialjy enjoyed and encored, • E. W, Thompson, of Burt township, was in town yesterday. He was just about to leave folr Sun Frame, Wiscon* s|n, to yisforelatives' and, friends. STATUS OF MINORS. "The naturalization of mp confers citizenship upon his wife and, such ot bis children as are.nunors at the time,' r-rMcQleary's Studies w Civics,' Page »'A woman who might lawfully, be nat«ralize4 wnder the • exiting laws, mam§ d to a ej^en, S ha -W Jwjtewr ° -•"- T — • »- j —''- manual «f toe,; ffjr H,l m-j-'T •are de M**»fjfq*. 19? 11 -SPTIMTJT-W^J-•*?-*• rr ' T2 "7 „„.„. eitiseos by tb§ Jaw, *'OUP Gpyernmeut." . : ... • The latter g«,re,ly upplW8 that the A 4B&9» Qf F" ^""" """*"" The Term is Adjourned One Week and Will Convene March 12—The Juries. The calendar provides for opening of the Kossuth County District Court on March 4th, but owing to the necessity o£ visiting Illinois on business Judge Quarton has given notice of the adjournment of the term till the 12th. At that time a lengthy docket will be taken up, the usual heavy business being swelled by a targe batch ot probate cases dating from way back, which it is hoped may be advanced a stage, if not disposed of finally. The grand jury panel takes in Gal Wilson, of Ledyard, E, W. Van Dorsten, of Seneca, C. A. Erickson, of Swea, Geo. B. Hall, of Wesley, P. T. Reimers, of Germania, J. O, Paxon, of Irvington, C. II. Blossom, of Algona and G. L. Wright, of West Bend. The following is the petit jury panel: Algona—Ed. Blackford.T. II. Connor.. Burt—Ed. Chalice. B. 13. Fairbanks, J. B. Cork. , „ Bancroft—P. ,T. Byrne, Nick Sheridan, Jno. Noumcrs. Buffalo Fork—Tom Cruse. Corwlth—J. N. Mitchell. Irvington—E. T. Dedgo. Lcdyard—A. W. Montgomery. ; Gcrmania—W. S. Wickham, W. W. Clement, Mike Winter. Seneca—Wm. Gray. Lu Verne—Ed. Grlmiminz. Rahm—Frank Andorfer, Chas. lliuicka. Wesley—Leonard Falk, John Longbot- WuHtemorc—11. M. Hatch, John Newman, Frank Dau. Free wool makes cheap underwear, but water makes it still cheaper at the Grange Store. WASHINGTON'S BIRTHDAY. The Program. Supper at6 p. m. Music-Glco Club. Introductory—Commander D. D. Dodge and Mrs. F. M. Taylor. Address—Dr. L. A. Shoeta. Address—Clayton Hutchins. Song—Glee Club. Minute Men—Col. 11. II. Spencer, John Reed, EugeneTellier, Dr. II.. C. McCoy, Horace Parsons, D. 11. Hutchins, Joe Tennant, Charles Cluibb. Jas. OrrJXB. Avcy, C. A. Brace, M. B. Clmpin,G, W. Eddy, J. R. Laird. War Memories—Al. Adams. The exercises will be at the Court House. 250 carpet samples for sale cheap at the Grange Store. ,., , MONEY. I have unlimited money to loan on long or short time. -• •• 33. W. HAGGARD. 30 Ibs sugar for $1 at Walker Bros.-tf Ladies, buy your fancy China now. New York advices are that owing to the war between China and Japan, these goods will be much higher but while our stock lasts they will be much lower as we must close out this stock at the Grange Store. HOME-MADE BAKING. The W. H, M. S. will sell fresh home made baking at Brownell's shoe store Saturday afternoons and evenings.18-4 Chase & Sanborn's famous Boston Coffees and Seal Brand Tea for sale only by Walker Bros.—18tf Water won't make the colors run in our yarn. We have tried it and know, but it does effect the prices. Come and see the Grange Store. LADIES! Come one, come all. Where? To the Woman's Relief Corps Hall. When? Friday afternoon, March 1. What for? To drink tea and coffee and enjoy a social time. Syrup by the gallon, 25c at Laugdoa & Hudson's, WE make a specialty of collections, Cloud & Haggard. SECOND 3BW4NNUAL STATEMENT -OF THE- tin OF Dry Goods, Fine Chinas, Crockery, Notions, Etc., At a Great Sacrifice to, Close Out the Entire Stock at Once ...... 1 DAMAGED WILL BE SOLD e ; Regardless of. Cost. Come and see us on North Dodge Street, opposite the KEPUBLICAN Office. THE GRANGE STORE. 34-inch canvas covered' iron bottom, hard-wood stays running lengthways, flattop, finely fitted inside; wrought iion corners; best brass hasp lock r; would be cheap at $10.00,our spring price— Pocket TTNTIL MARCH 1ST, U will place on sale & good substantial, two-bladed poclc- et knife, fully warranted, at This is an opportunity get a good strong knife at.aa. small cost. After,March 1st- you will pay 6Qofor it—the* regular price, Come in aiid look over our Pocket Knives/,, Scissors and Razors, 'ASSETS, have Swedish Razors-tfre best in the Market., Tryoiir High Grade Winter Lubricating

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