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IOWA, , dCfOBEK o< 1895. G. & Peek* Successors to JoSfiS & SMITH. ABSTRACTS, REAL COLLECTIONS. A, 13. Cltti*ke & Co.* .tfABlf LOANS. fiear Algona State Baftk. AlGOKA, IA. Gee*, 0. Call, ESTATE AND LOANS, #or information In regard to lands In Northwestern Iowa, write to him. State street. ALGO&A, IOWA* GKO. E. cibAtoKB. CHAS. A.cofiasotra Clarke & Coheiiotti*, ATTORNEYS AT LAW, ALGONA, IOWA, Geo, B. Cloud, (Successor to W. B. QUarton) ATTORNEY AND COUNSELOR AT LAW. ALGONA, IOWA* Office over Kossuth County State Bank. Sullivan & McMahoii, ATTORNEYS AT LAW, Postoffice Block. ALGONA, IOWA. E, V. Swetting, ATTORNE7 AT LAW, Money to loan. ALGONA, IOWA. J. I, BONAB. Boiiar H. H. FELLOWS. & Fellows, ATTORNEYS AT LAW. Collections will receive prompt attention. Rooms 8 and 9, Algona State Bank Bl'dg. Branch office at Wesley, Iowa. ALGONA, IOWA. Danson & Butler, LAW, LOANS AND LANDS. Collections a specialty. ..Office in Gardner OoWleS' new building. ALGONA, IOWA. Welt Miller, ATTORNEY AND COUNCILOR AT LAW. Collections made, All business promptly attended WESLEY, to. IOWA. S. S. Sessions, Loans and Insurance. Special "'attention, given to collections of all kinds. : Over Ohrischilles' Store. ALGONA, IA, L. K. Garjaeld, M. p., PHYSICIAN AND SURGEON,: .State street. ALGONA, IOWA. M. J. Keiieflck, M. D., Over Taylor's Store. ALGONA, - - IOWA. J. M. Pride, M. D., Over Postofflce. . . ALGONA, IOWA. Dr. L. A. Sheetz, DRUGGIST AND STATIONER. Prescriptions filled. Deals In Paints, Oils, Books, Perfumeries, Etc. Ccr. State and Thorlngfon, . ALGONA,IA, DENTIST. A. fc. BiSt, D. I>. S,, Local anaesthetic for deadening pain in gums when extracting teeth. ALGONA, IOWA, E, 8, Glasier, D, D, S., DENTAL ROOMS. Over the AJgqna State Bank. • Special attention of i>en to swing (Tie natural The best of modern tinflestnettps used t make operations as painless as possible, AI.GONA, JQWA, $»yers» SVR&E.ON, acoomwodRtions. Office west of Brgwn'9 Wyery Stable, ILLIIERY The Latest. The Cheapest The Finest. Mis© Edna Mclntyre the Department* Ha© cliargte of Algona, Iowa. J &S. I Ryl PSEWAJUL, FAJNTJBP Wo will be able to save you some money on underwear this fall as we bought It all in case lots. It won't do you any narm to come and see us. . NEW ENGLAND. LOCAL MENTIONS, are having a re- Patterson & Son moval sale. Jas. Taylor reports a very successful fur sale last Friday. Mrs. W. H. Dixson has received $2,500 life insurance money. The Henderson meeting will be held in the evening, October 17. See the Tennesseeans Monday night at the Congregational church. Bev. Dr. Bennett Mitchell will preach at the Methodist church next Sunday. Henry C. Adams is the new pharmacist at the Dr. Sheetz drug store. He ( is from Spencer. ' The Courier expresses the opinion that "Professional base ball is on a par with horse racing." A Clear Lake minister'will occupy the puipit at the Congregational church next Sunday. ... - ' •iJ. A,,,Hamilton & Company,,,.give some low prices on cord ^ood in this issue. Look up their ad. O. L, Foss has a "Fall Clothes" essay in our advertising columns. He always does what he says. The "Drummer Boy of the Bapahan- nock," Major Hendershatt, made music at the fair and attracted crowds about him. Fred McCall has left Jas:Patterson's store and will work for Naudain Bros. Geo. Howard succeeds him at the the Patterson store. The Woodward Theatre Company played to packed houses during the fair, and their performances gave quite general satisfaction. You cannot fail seeing Taylor's ad. on the first page of the BEPUBLICAN. He makes a special sale of cloaks and wraps next Saturday. The Woodward Theatre Company went to Webster City Monday. They reorganized here, and will play only one night stands hereafter. . . It is said we are to have another physician. An M. D, of La Crosse, Wis., has been here looking over the field, and will probably locate. The Algona club have purchased a new set of ivory billiard balls. They have one of the nicest equipped billiard rooms in this part of the country, It is understood that Geo. Hohn, the Bancroft restaurant man, will open a restaurant in the building now occupied by Patterson & Son, about Nov. first. Mrs. E, B, Eilar will sell at her farm 4 miles west of Algona, at private sale, 50 acres of corn in field, and bas stock and farm machinery to sell or trade for town property. Patterson & Son are to move to tbe new Boston block tbe first of November, They will have elegant quarters and will be as accommodating to tbeir customers as ever< Editor Mayne, of tbe Emmetsburg Beporter, visited the Kossutb County Fair last Thursday, The Reporter bas improved under Mr, Maynels manage ment and is prospering. p, S, Miller was one of those who thought tbe enlargement of the fair grounds last spring was a mistake, but fast week be was fully convinced of its wisdom and owed bis will be rally day at tbe mens from his Louisiana plantation, and it is a free show. The democrats are still keeping us in suspense as to who their candidate for the legislature will be. The BE- PUBLICAN knows of several men who would make suitable figure heads, but will refrain from interference. Amy Peugnet was down from Armstrong last week taking in the fair and visiting his relations here. Amy has established a splendid business at Armstrong and is enthusiastic in its praise as a business point and live little city. Mrs. Ed. Williams came down from pswich last week to visit her mother, Mrs. Waterhouse. who is sick. Miss Bessie Williams was also visiting riends in Algona while on her way home from school in Wisconsin. The Corwith Hustler came out in an 'Autumn Edition" last week which hows great enterprise on their part. Itishb.wsup a, number of Corwith busi-, ness blocks and residences with some We'cuts'bfl,book paper. 'Corwith is jooming- -< C. B. Paul went to Armstrong ast week and at once had his hands :ull of work, looking after patients left n;his charge by Dr. Findlayson, who s in Chicago. Armstrong has its ihare of typhoid fever ahd all the doc- iors.are busy. : . The Garner Signal says that J. L. Button, of Algona, sold Mrs. Al. Ham- Iton a pair of Shetland ponies lastFri- F"RT ftWV.fl Jf * i- r f - ~%— ' it, so be seared C SPURBECK & LAMBERT below, have a tower for drying hose and for the fire bell, and give afi up stairs room for the council meetings. The novelty race at the fair Wednesday was marred by an accident. Edward Duckett, of Irvineton, Who was riding one of the horses, was thrown and his head bruised considerably. He was unconscious for a time. Dr. Pride attended him and nothing serious will come of the mishap. The Original Tennessee Jubilee Singers will give one of their fine entertainments in the Congregational church next Monday evening, Oct. 14. This is a fare musical treat; come and hear them- Tickets for sale by Miss Dbdd at the post office. Reserved seats 60d*j general admission 35c., children 20c< M, B. Dalton tried an experiment in potato growing this season and made the resulting crop an exhibit at the fair. He cut two potatoes in tWo in the middle, one a Pinkeye and the other an Early Rose, and placed the halves of the two varieties together on the cut surfaces, using them in that shape for seed. The result Was a small and very hard potato which was a failure for eating. IS H, Vesper if back from the funeral of Mrs. Quick, mother of Mrs. Vesper, who died October first at LeClaire, Iowa, while visiting a daughter. She had received a fall which dislocated her ankle and never recovered from the shock. She was born in Albany, New York in 1820 and came With her husband to Wisconsin about 1840, Where she lived until his death in 1891. For the past four years she has resided in Algona and has many friends here. Attorney Cloud was confined to the house, Monday, with a stomach trouble from which he has not yet entirely recovered, although around attending to business. It came at a bad time, Mr. Cloud having a large number of important cases before the district court now in session. Mrs. Cloud has been sick at her father's home in Nevada, for some time, but is now recovering and will be home in a short time. This afternoon will occur the marriage of Mr. J. A; Freeh, the REPUBLICAN'S Bancroft reporter, to Miss Rena Sorrensen, the ceremony to be E erformed at the residence of the ride's parents, three miles southeast of Bancroft, her father being one of the, leading farmers of Ramsay/township. Rev. E. G. Vine, pastor of the Bancroft Baptist church, will officiate. The REPUBLICAN embraces the opportunity to extend its congratulations in advance. One of the leading attractions at the county fair was the tread power and Baby seperator exhibited by Spurbeck & Lambert. The tread power is provided with a patent speed regulator to govern the speed of the power and also to keep the power from running at a rapid gate in case a belt is thrown off or breaks. For pumping water, grinding feed, shelling corn, running a Baby seperator, sawing Wood and churning a tread power is the best and cheapest power made. Hollabaugh, who is pleas- Scmbered by many Algona as a former popular foreman of thelREPUBLiCAN office,, has given up his position on the editoriaTfltaff of the Cedar Rapids Daily Gazette to accept a position in the office of the secretary of the Indiana State Y..-M. C. A. at Indianapolis. The call,to Indianapolis has £ome to him twice within the past year v and Mr. H. concluded to leave the newspaper business for a time at least and engage in this congenial work. A special from Ft. Dodge to the dai- THE A PROCLAMATION For a General felectioh to be Held Tuesday, Nov, 5, 1895, Pursuant to law, 1, Frank D. Jackson, governor of the State or Iowa, do hereby proclaim that at the general election to.be held on the Tuesday next after the first Monday in November, it being the fifth day of that month, of the year One Thousand Eight Hundred and Ninety-five, the offices hereinafter named are to be filled, to-tfit: By vote of all the electors of the state: The office of Governor of the State. The office of Lieutenant Governor. The office of Judge of the Supreme Court. The office of Superintendent of Public Instruction. The office of Railroad Commissioner. By vote of the electors of this several Sena- atorial Districts designated below : The office of Senator in the General Assembly from each of said districts, to-wlt: The Second District, composed of the counties of Jefferson and Van Buren. The Third District, composed of the counties of Appanoose and Davis. The Fourth District, composed of the counties of Wayne and Lucus. The Fifth District, composed of the counties of Ring-gold, Decatur and tlnlOh. The Sixth District, composed of the counties of Taylor and Adams. The Eighth District, composed of the counties of Mills and Montgomery. The Eleventh District, composed of the counties of Warren and Clarke, The Fourteenth District, composed of the county of Mahaska. The FifteenthJDIstrlot. composed of the counties of Marlon and Monroe. The Sixteenth District, composed of the counties of Madison and Adalr. The Seventeenth District, composed of the counties of Audubon, Dallas and Guthrlo. The Nineteenth District, composed of the countyof Pottawattamle. TheTwenty-thlrd District, composed of the county of Jackson. The Twenty-fourth Dlstrlbt, composed of the counties of Jonesand Cedar. The Twenty-fifth District, composed of the counties of Johnson and Iowa. The Twenty-sixth District, composed of the county of Li n n. The Twenty-Seventh District, composed of the counties of Webster and OuHioun. The Twenty-eighth District, composed of the county of Marshall. Tho Thirty-first District, composed of the counties of Story and Boone. Tho Thirty-second District, composed of the county of Woodbury. The Thirty-third District, composed of the counties of Buchanan and Delaware. Tho Thirty-sixth District, composed of the county of ulayton. The Thirty-ninth District, composed of the counties of Butler and Br emer, The Fortieth District, composed of the counties of Allamakcc and Fayette. The Forty-first District, composed of the counties or Mitchell, Worth and Winnebago The Forty-third District, composed of the counties of Cerro Gordo, Franklin and Hancock The Forty-sixth District, composed of the counties of Ida. Cherokee and Plymouth. The Forty-seventh District, composed of the counties of Kossuth. Emmet, Dickinson, Clay and Palo Alto. The Forty-ninth District, composed of the counties of O'Brien, Osceola, Lyon and Sioux. By vote of the electors of the several Representative Districts: The office of Representative In the General Assembly, the apportionment being as follows: For the First (Lee). Twenty-first (Des Molnos). Thirty-first (Pottawattamio) .Thirty-seventh (Poik). FortyTthlrd (8cott). Forty-fifth (Clinton). Forty-eighth (Linn), Fifty-eighth (Woodbury), and the Sixty-ninth (Dubuque), Districts; two Representatives each. For the Second (Van .Buron), Third (Dav- COMI day, als"b harness and pony cart. The ponies are gray in color and are, well matched. Mrs. H. may well feel proud of her turnout. Manager Blossom says there were eight hundred people in the opera house last Wednesday night. All the aisles were full both up stairs and down, and standing room was at a prdmium. It was the largest audience iver in the opera house. Letters advertised this week are Mr. M. E. Butler, Chas. Coffman, Tom Oris- cilet, J. E. Johtson, Mrs. Harriet Johnson, Mr. Hayes Jones, Harry Lews, James Lower, D. E. Pettibone, Ernest Beutter, J. C. Bonondi Louise Thiemann, Mrs v N. Young. Ledyard Leader: Algona has been showing all neighboring clubs how~to play ball. If Ledyard bad not gone in- io base ball winter quarters we would show the capital club of the big county ;hat there is yet' one town that like the listoric ghost, will not down. Hudson & Schu are thinking of put* ting on a still larger force of men in their cigar factory. They have had more orders than they could fill ever since taking charge of the factory. They are making good cigars and deserve their success, A Manson paper makes a timely suggestion in the line of obituary poetry adapted to the new woman period we are supposed to have struck; Put away tbejittle bioomess, Do not STOP to patch the seat, kittle Mary will not peed them; $be's an angel, pure and sweet, Mrs, ElizabettpM. Seery,Pring§vUle, III,, writes a very complimentary letter to Dr, T. Wi Wood, of McGregor, Iowa, in relatipn to the ^ great benefits sbe bas received in ber family by the use of Woo4'3'Woriw Destroyer, Many thousands of mptbe'ra write such, let* tersin commendation of tb.u> great ly press announces the failure of Arenberg's Leader store at that place. Hyman & Arenberg ran a Leader store in Algona last year, and their business was not good here. Mr. Arenberg took most of the goods to Ft. Dodge. The special states that Mr. Arenberg has given a tnortgage to his father, P. Arenberg, of Des Moines. for $6,000, and the store has been closed. The other creditors have brought action, alleging fraud. -..'••",.: A good story is told on Henry Adams! the new clerk at Sheetz's drugstore. Someone had told him before coining here that Dr. Sheetz was deaf • The morning he came he walked into the store and finding the doctor disengaged, articulated in a voice that shook the court house, "I am the man from Spencer." The doctor looked at him with an amazed expression and it was some little time before they thoroughly understood each other, E. B. Eddy and family go to Missouri this week, and that state will be their home in the future, Mr. Eddy waa at the fair last week to take a last look at Iowa productions and people, His home will be at Lebanon, Missouri, a town of 3,000 population about 500 'miles south of Algona, He will live in the town for the first year at least, until he' can put up a.residence on bis 400 acre farm, about three wiles oat. Bev, Kennedy has been assigned to Sp'enqer by the M, E. conference, which adjourned at Webster Oity_ yesterday, He has been well liked in Algona and his congregation will be sorry to lose him. Q, W, Southwell, of CorreeWonvUle takes his place here as pastor of the M, E. church, Ban* croft gets W, W. Cook, Buffalo Center Grant Teomans, Burt S, H, kauff, Lu Verne D, A, Wesley C, E, Plumper, to b£ supplied by F, W, Gardner, Bev, gQes to Forest; City an.4 Bag. prit La^e Beacon says:. t baj-bQBgbti a. -quartej? p{ wbat bas, ftr many- ysws been ^ea^. JanavUesa; than » town-, the grantoi' beingG - llgL EleVenth (Mills). Twelfth (Montgomery!; Thirteenth (Adams). Fourteenth (Union), Fifteenth (Clarke), Sixteenth (Lucas), Seventeenth' (Monroe), Eighteenth. (Wapello). Nineteenth (Jetterson), Twentieth (Henry), Twenty-second (Louisa), Twenty-third < Wash- ingtonc, Twenty-fourth(Keokuk), Twenty-fifth (Mahaska). Twenty- sixth (Marlon), Twenty- seventh (Warren), Twenty-eigth (Madison), Twcntv-mnth (Adair), Thirtieth (Oass), Thirty- secontfi(Harrison), Thirty-third (Shelby), Thir- fourth '(Audubonk-TlilrtyJfl/th-i-'Muthrie, Thirty-sixth-Dallas, Thirty-eighth—Jasper, Thlr- ty-nlnth-rPoweshiek, Fortieth—Iowa, Forty- flrst—Johnson. Fortyrs.econd—Museatlne, Forty-fourth—Cedar,- Forty-sixth-?Jackson, Forty-seventh—Jones, Forty-ninth—Bentoiiv Fif- •tleth—Taraa,.Fifty-first—Marshall, Fifty-second—Story, Fifty-third—Boone, Fifty-fourth— Greene, Fiity-flfth-Car'roll, Fifty-slxth- Orawfordj "Fifty-seventh—Mouona and Ida, Fifty-ninth—Cherokee, Sixtieth—Sac, Sixty- first—Oalhoun, Sixty-second—Webster, Sixty- third—Hamilton, Sixty-fourth—Hardln, Sixty- fifth—Grundy, Sixty-sixth—Black Hawk, Sixty-seventh—Buchanan, Sixty-eighth—Deleware, Seventieth—Clayton, Seventy-first—Fayette, Seventy-second—Bremer, Seventy-third— Butler, Seventy-fourth—Franklin, Seventy- fifth—Wright aud Hancock, Seventy-sixth— Humboldt and Pocahontas. Seventy-seven— Buena Vista, Seventy-eight-Plymouth, Seventy-ninth—Sioux, Eightieth—O'Brien ahd Lyon, Eighty-first—Osceola, Emmet and Dickinson, Eighty-second—Palo Alto and Clay. Eighty-third—Kossuth, Eighty-fourth—Oerro Gordo, Eighty-flKh^-Floyd, Eighty-sixth-Chlcka- saw, Kighty-seventh—AUamakee, . Eighty- eighth—Wlnneshlek, Eighty-ninth-Howard. Ninetieth—Mitchell, Ninety-first—Worth and Winnebago, Districts, one Hepresuntative each. • By vote of the electors of the First Judicial District, composed of the counties of Lee and DesMoines: Thei office of District Judge in said district, to fill the vacancy occasioned by the death of J. M. Casey, and now temporarily filled by A. J. McOrary. " Bv vote of the electors of the Thirty -flth Senatorial District), composed of the county of Dubuciue; The office of Senator from said District, to flll the vacancy occasioned by the death of 1. \V, By the vote of the electors of the Thirty- eighth Senatorial District, composed of the counties of Black Rawk and Grundy: Tho office of Senator from said District, to fill the vacancy occasion by the death of J. M, Bea. WHEREOF, All electors throughout the state will take due notice and the sheriffs of the several counties will take official notice and be governed accordingly. IN TESTIMONY WHEREOF, I have hereunto set my hand and caused to be affixed the Great Seal of tbe State of Iowa. ' Done at Dea Moiues, this seoond day of pot. In the year of our Lord, one thousand eight hundred and nine-five, of the Independence of the United states the one hundred and twenti* eth. and of the State of Iowa the forty-ninth. By the Governor - ALOON A, AT- Hotel Tennant, SATURDAY, OCT. i FOR ONIDAYONI AND WILL GIVB FREE TBBATUd *4\ /I w a fine lmrt a to It may,or may'-not be W, M. MgFABMSP, Secretary of Mate SHERIFF'S PROCLAMATION. To the electors of • KqssuUj county : At general election, to be held, on .Tuesday. 5, $95? tHe lollQ wins offices are to be fill the electors of said eomrfy : The office of Treasurer, iSSKSf Wupevlute«de»t « Spools The office of Opunty suyveyor, Tfte pffioe of Coroner. the Nov. ed by Celebrated eye, ear, nose, throat, ca tarfh, chronic and nervous disease specialist, of the famous Southern.! Medical and Surgidal Institute, Louis'^ ville Ky. Dr. Bea will have an assistant with him, and will be prepared to perform any surgical operation, no matter bow difficult. He has all his portable instruments, apparatus, etc., including one of the improved Baltiv more, Chloride of Silver Dry Cell} Galvano-Therapeutic Batteries and an' electric apparatus for examining the throat, nose and rectum. It is a small incandescent electric light, the most wonderful discovery of the age and the only one in use in the state. There is a class of sufferers that he wishes his electrical treatment' to reach, particularly those who live at a distance, - as, they can come,in, and be treated, returning home permantly .cured. With this treatment there is but little pain, no soreness, no stoping from business nor interference whatever with regular habits. ^The .Southern Medical and Surgical/Institute * Q& -Louisyjljjs/^y,?; formerly of the Bid class school of medicine, 1 was one'of the first to embrace the new the'ories of modern medical science. It is today, one of the stand-' ard systems of medicine and manual healing in the country, with a practice extending to almost every state in 'tne Union. They now have under treat-! ment more than six thousand patients.^ Dr. Bea is one of the principal mana,- gers of this Institution, and applies his practice to the treatment and curej of all diseases of the Eye, Ear, Nose? Thrp.at, Catarrhal, Lung disease, Early- Consumption, Bronchitis, Bronchi?' Catarrh, Constitutional Catarrh, Dyi , B apsia, Sick Headache, Stomach and owel troubles, Bheumatism, Neural gia. Sciatica, Bright's disease, Diabet es, Kidney, Liver, Bladder, Prqstati; and Female'diseaseS, Nervous Deb'iliJ Seminal Weakness, 'Lost Mahbq'ol Dizziness, Nervousness, Indigestiprij'. Obesity, Interrupted Nutritution,,Slq\| growth in Children, and all wastip» diseases in adults. Many cases"-, r p| Deafness, Singing in the Ears, loss of Eyesight, Cataract; Cross-eyQS,',etc^ that have been improperly treated','orS neglected, can be easily restored, ]"£"-* formities, Club feet, Curvature of; $ Spine, Disease of the Brain', Paralysis,! Epilepsy, Heart disease, Dropsy, Swell" ing of the Limbs, etc,, properly > |reaL ed. Blood and skin diseases, Eczema, Varicose Veins, Varicocele, §t ! ^ Open Soies, pain in tbe bones, ular enlargements and all acute ajjdf long standing diseases,' Dr,,3Rea0eVi votes special interest to tbe 11 " with electricity, of Cancers, Moles, Warts,- Wens, Bi: Granulated sore eyes, Facial« Bed nose, Pimples and T on tbe face or neck, diplomas from 'some of leges in America and bas profession in some of tbe' stitutions in tbe world,, takes no incurable cases; frankly what cbances,"" to be cured, Jfomembj this out and send it tQ i bor or relative, QORSIJ,, nation ana treatment; medicine, only ce,§ds five oou»ty wtU tak,fdueWc|an4 s govern

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