VOL ALGONA, KOSSUTH OOtlftTY, IOWA, WEDNESDAY, OCTOBER 9, 1895. ^ .Oi CLOAKS and WRAPS! •Saturday, October 12th.. psiiifo; Finest made goods in America- """ J ^&*: '''•.• . Taylor. AND- -••O" See the- fine display at... '"*- I A carload of these celebrated wagons has just been received at THE WIGWAM, Call arid get a new Cooper Wagon, Wilfrid P, Jones, The Wigwam, Algona, Iowa, Foundry and Machine Shop, MUL'UGA •& OHN3TEPT, Props, We do repali-lnsr of all Hinds, Iron and brass postings and boiler work do»q gji abort noW MOWBB84ND BrapS OFAKC KINPS RBPAJBHPi We a,re order* promptly a.ttej}<tect DEATH'OF AUGUST BROWN, The Sudden Taking Off of a Prosperous Riverdale Farmer. Coroner's Jury says He Died From Natural Causes.—Funeral this Afternoon at Irvington. August Brown died yesterday morn-, ing at his home in Biverdale township under strange circumstances. He had; been in Algona Monday and was apparently in good health, although he had been complaining for some days of not feeling well. He went home in the^eyejiing andTon hia way^tQpped ; at ( Dr] ^ B, Armstrong's In , Iryington ^illSf e, and -told- him ie was not feel- jng very welU had chills and fever, and wanted him to prescribe something for him. The Doctor gave him some quinine pills, or some'thing of that sort to break up a cold. Before going to bed he took some of the pills. He seemed to rest all right during the night, but early in the morping his wife was awakened by his groans. He died in a few minutes afterwards in seemingly great pain, and before assistance of any kind could be summoned. The sudden death of such a seemingly healthy man warranted an inquest, and Coroner Morse impaneled a jury to investigate the matter. The coroner and jury went down and heard all the particulars from the family, Dr. Armstrong and others, and returned a yerdict, the substance of which was as follows: That the said August Brown died at about flye o'clock and 30 minutes a. m,, this day at his home on Sec, 1 in Riverdale township, Kossuth county, la., from natural causes to us unknown. GEO. 0. OALI,. M. P. HAGGARD, I, M, FINNEL. Coroner Morse says there were some symptoms of strychnine poisoning, but there was no evidence of any strychnine having been in the house. Mr. Brown had the day before asked Dr, Studley for arsenie to be given to bis bogs, which were dying of some dis- easej but Mr, Stodley told bimoJ some other remedy equaJly^as good and bad sold hinvtbe Other, Mr, Brown was a Dane about 40 years of age and leaves a wife and ejgnt children, seven girls and one boy, the oldest of which is a girl 17 years old. He came to J^ossutU county a.bout eight years ago, and rented the old Henry Patterson place, where he was Uvjng at the time pf Ws death, He was an hpnest, thrifty, hardworking man and bad amassed considerable property Mr. Brown had recently bought the E, B« Eddy, farm, consist' ing of 340 acre? in Portland township, paying $7,800 fpy tbe place. He bad made a payment o* $1QQ and was tp pay the otbey $8QQ of the first m BOOB as he harvested his corn was ready to W9Y?. He was a gooa , standing of the Anpieot f&QOQ life iusuFHpce policy with that * OQQli .at % ana will be toy *^swji«»!(» *WMH**gw#i ;•* ***** <MHBW PWiijns.. tU9 funeral sermon, T^ f « »»; ^^i«W^$ WHNL i PERSONAL MENTION. Ed. Watson is home from Ohio for a visit. C. B. Matson and E. B. Eddy left for Missouri yesterday. J. B. Jones was attending to business in Algona last week. Mrs. C. S. Blanchard, of Elmore, visited Algona friends last week. Dr. Garfleld was called to St. Charles Illinois, last week to see a relative. Guy Baylor was at Bancroft yesterday attending a shooting tournament. J. A. Freeh, the REPUBLICAN'S Bancroft news gathere, was a visitor at ther county fair. "E. G..Bruns, of Buffalo Center, was one of the visitors at the Kossuth coun- 'ty fair Thursday last. 4lrs. GeO. C. Call went up to Minnfi- apolis Monday morning to visit with friends in the flour city. John Larson, of Swea, was in Algona»last week, attending to business and Vistti,ng his old-neighbors, Mrs. TfH. CO'nner'went to TopeTsa, Kansas, last week. She had a/sister there who was very sick. , ? Wm. Elaine and family have just returned from a four weeks' visit to "old friends in Poweshiek county. ; J.L. Martin and Editor Mayne, of Einmetsburg, were visitors at the Kossuth county fair on Thursday. Dr. Tribon arrived from his Independence home on Friday. He was looking and feeling quite Well. Mrs. August Thieman and daughter, of Bockford, I0wa, were visiting Mr. and Mrs. C. E. Heise last week. Miss Dora Glass, of Iowa Lake, was a visitor in Algona last week. She was the guest of Mrs. F. M. Taylor. Mrs. A. L, Peterson and son Ealph are expected home from their southern Iowa visit the first of next week. Mr. and Mrs. T. A. Barrett, of Early, Iowa, were in Algona last week visiting their daughter, Mrs. Alex White. Miss Bertha Hancock is in Chicago. It is understood that she will take a special course in the Chicago University. Mrs. Eipke, the mother of Mrs. Bert Williams, is visiting at the bomeof the popular State Bank barber. She lives at Pomeroy, Iowa, Cashier Lantry, of the State Bank, left for Strong City, Kan,, this morn* ing in answer to a telegram to see his brother Barney, who is quite sick, MissAngeline Tiss, of Corwith, a sister of Mrs, L M. Finnell, is keeping things straight at the Finnell residence during Mrs. Finnell's absence in the south. Editor MeMullen and wife, of the Wesley Reporter, saw the fair last Wednesday. The REPTOMQAN was glad to receive a call from them Thursday morning, The Algona southern editorial party got away Monday night? going to Pes Moines to join the State associ* ation, They spend a day in St. Louis, Chattanooga, and Nashville, and will probably stop in Atlanta, the objective point, two Qr three days, The Algona party was wade up of B. B, Warren and wife, M, Starr and wife, Mrs. i, M. Finnell and Miss Nannie Frasier, They expect to be back Oct> WATER OB NO PAY. ' Artesteo wejl eontiraetpr'. , I have eaWes^ara drilling jnpbJne owwd ,to was county fslnfe we]}? for water supl wns, eltfes a»4 railroads. . farnjt we)l - IN OENTRAU MINNESOTA, BUY at the Opera House Grocery AND SAVE YOUR , . Tickets N OW is the time to buy your hard and sb| Goal. lam taking orders for immediati or future delivery, and the prices will i)|| as low as any. Order your Coal Now.. Leave orders down town at the offipe F. C. Willson, Prompt delivery. In Iowa coal I have: Mystic, Boojje, What Cheer,' and : Saylor, Also Illinois and Hocking Valley soft, ; Order by Telephone after October 1, i\ f" ii j\ i -' ' '•••£i^t&iJ Our Fall Goods are Hi ' And w§ ^r© Showing the "
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