The Algona Republican from Algona, Iowa on October 16, 1895 · Page 8
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Algona, Iowa
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Wednesday, October 16, 1895
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New Line of fMl filWfiMCAM ALB0KA Just Received at LANGDON HEWS Of m CMMt, Hog Gholefa is Gausitig Some Uneasiness iti Township. Mayor Callanan, of Bancroft, Engaged in a Lawsuit—Wnion, Buffalo Fotk and Fehton Heard Prom. ons. We will sell goods for the NEXT THIRTY DAYS at prices never before heard of. All our large line of Crockery, Glassware, Lamps and Chamber Sets will be sold at almost cost. Now is your time to get a nice lot of dishes. Our canned goods must go. >VALL AND GET OUR PRICES. & SON. BANKS, ABSTRACTS, LANDS, LOANS AND INSURANCE ADYERTISEMENTS. Ambrose A. Call, President. D. H. I-Iutehius, Vlce-Pres. Wni. K. Ferguson, Cashier. C. D. Smith, Ass't. Cash. FIRST NATIONAL SANK. 'AL.GCXNA, IOWA. CAPITAL, $5O,OOO. i'OToney on hnml to loan at reasonable rates to parties who furnish first-class security Directors—D. H. Hutchins, S. A. Ferguson, Philip Dorweilor, Jb\ H. Vesper, Ambrose A. Call, B. H. Spencer, Win. K. Ferguson. CASH CAPITAL—$5O,OOO.OO. "OFFICERS AND DIRECTORS, , A.D.Clarke, Pres., X.,.,0.0. Chubb, Vice Pres., Thos. H. Lantry. Cashier, Geo. L Galbraith, Fred M. Miller. Myron Schenck, Thos. F.Oooke. Algona, Iowa. GENERAL BANKING- Private Safety Deposit Vaults. Interest Paid for Time Deposits. "W.H. Ing-ham, President. Tlieo. Chrischilles, Lewis H. Smith, Vice President. Cashier . CAPITAL $5O,OOO. IneorDorated under general laws ol Iowa. Deposits received, money loaned, foreign and stic exchange bought and sold. Collections made prompt y and a general banking busi- n traMacted^assag^ tickets to or from the old countries sold at lowest rates. Directors- W. H. Tngham, John G. Smith. J. B. Jones, T. Ohriscbllles, Lewis H. Smith, J. W. Wadsworth. Barnet Devine. IOWA. ted domesic exchange .DON'T TAKE ANY CHANCES ON<s*=r Abstracts of Title. •Our books are thoroughly complete. None but experienced abstractors has ever ™ n word in them? Our work is done by competent persons, and is guaranteed, work will cost vou no more than poor. Bring your work to us and you may be what yo'a pay for and take no chances. ESTATE FOANS, FARMS AND WILD LANDS. HAY Opera House Block. & RICE Algona, Iowa. SLAG-LB, Manufacturer of and dealer In Goods, Abstracts of Real Estate, Loans, and Insuranee. BANCROFT LOCALS. Mr. and Mrs. John Peterson gave a party to a large number of the young people of tho neighborhood last Saturday night In honor of Carl Person and Miss Anna Acknian, who make their homo with Mr. and Mrs. Peterson. Rev. Cook, the new M. E. pastor, has moved into the parsonage. See J. A. Freeh before you place any kind of insurance, for it will surely pay you to do so. The Modern Woodmen completed their lodge organization last Saturday evening. James Gallion, now of Armstrong, is reported as getting along nicely after his siege of typhoid fever. Samuel Mayno and G. F. Holloway traded a farm In Franklin county to Dr. Cutler for his Bancroft residence property. They then traded Cutler's former property to J. G. Graham for the E. L. Ward residence. Mr. Graham, has moved into tho Cutler residence and Mr. Holloway will shortly occupy the former Ward property. This is an improvement for both families. Everyone speaks in terms of highest praise of Father Schemmel's remarks at the G. A. R. bean supper. A bran new nine pound boy arrived safely at the Tony Ogle home yesterday morning at 11 o'clock. Good luck to the boy. There was a little ripple of excitement here in legal circles on Monday last when the case of Ed. Belknap vs. Mayor Callanan came up for trial before Squire Austin. The case was a dispute about commission on a laud sale, and the court decided in favor of tho plaintiff, when the defense took an appeal to tho District Court. P. M. Barslou was attorney'for plaintiff and Thompson for the defense. C. F. Vohs, our genial assistant operator, has been transferred to Rolfe, Iowa, to the regret of many of his friends here. More weddings are on the topics in the very near future, so we are creditably informed. J. J. Wilkinson was in town last week looking up his candidacy for the snperin- tendency. Harrison. HARRISOX, Oct. 14.—The days and nightsiare quite chilly, reminding us that winter is drawing nigh. Mrs. King, of Chicago, is making a very pleasant visit -with her nephew, Mr. Arthur Biglow. :. i. ' We saw in the Ledyard Leader of recent date that the Hon. Aaron Bagley has lately engaged fn the land business and has opened an office in Swea City. O! Aaron, wise man that you are to lay down the rusty bladed hoe to rest, for why should you farm when you can do so much better, the profits of the sales of 80 acres a day is better than selling oats at lie. per bushel. Rev. Jonson preached in the Hartzel school house last Sabbath. The Sunday school is well attended each Sabbath there being an average of fifty persons present. The conversation among the farmers here is hog cholera. How many have you left. Has your hogs caught tho cholera yet? I can't plow much as it takes all my time to bury my hogs. The loss will be great. Union. UNION, Oct. 15.—P. N. Sarchctt is having a run of typhoid fever, and is"liuitc sick. Amos Finch's youngest child died of cholera infantum Monday and was buried Tuesday. There was a large dance at C. Byson's last Friday night in his new barn. Robert Heuly has been on the sick list but is better again. Mrs. Smith and sou, Elton, were down to visit Cyril last Sunday. They live near Bancroft. Corn picking has begun in earnest in Union. There is to be a big wedding in Union this week of one of Union's most promising young ladies, Miss Nannie Zanko to Mr. J. Winkel of Algona, A fifiw b'ot arrived at th6 home ol Mr. and Mrs. Walter Smith, O'ct. 6. Peter Govern is hating a cellar cttig f preparatory to putting up a new house.* Mr. and Mrs. W. P. Giddings, of Wesley, visited at F. Ringsdorf's last Saturday and Sunday. Chas. Foster began his school in the Fox district this week Monday. Mrs. JR. Henley visited a few days with her daughter, Mrs. Blanche Davison, last week. G. G. Manley returned home this week from his work in Missouri. Osmar Callahan is on the sick list. It is feared that he will have a run of the typhoid fever. Miss Nellie Hudson returned to her home in Bancroft, last Sunday. Fentoli. FKNTON, IOWA, Oct. 14, 1895.—Philip Wander and Dave Brouso are back again from their visit in Fairmont, Minn., and now they are building a large barn for Lewis Miller in Palo Alto county Mr. George Boyle of Whittemore, was buying cattle in these parts last week. Hayenga Bros, are building a barn for Adam Beck. A. Hayenga has been improving his place a little last week. Miss Mary Weisbrod and Miss Nannie Anderson were visiting friends near Burt last Sunday. F. W. Mittag, of Lotts Creek, was seen on our streets last week. Some of our Fen ton farmers have started to pick corn and they say it is going to turn out good this year. BV County and Neighborhood News. Burt Monitor: Richard Hawcott carried off several premiums at the fair. Ho took second premium on general-purpose team, second on brood mare with colt by her side, second on sucking colt, first on poultry and first on common turkeys. Ho also took a 3-year-old draft colt down bo- longing to C. P. Stow and took first. Thos. Hawcott entered a general-purpose team but they did not win, being considered to heavy. The first premium was awarded Hugh Black. Britt Tribune: S. X. Way and Z. S. Barrett were down from Wesley in attendance at the races and the great wrestling match. ZIm had money enough left to buy a ticket home with, and luckily Stitz drove down. He would not have to stop at Hutchins to feed anyhow, which was lucky again. LuVerneNews: About 18 of our citl- izens were called to Algona Tuesday morning to appear before the grand jury. We cannot see why so many of our citizens are compelled to go there.* * * * J. A. Dunn returned from Algona on Monday. He was up there several days filling the operator's place. The Germania Standard says that Gildersleeve, the well known stallion who has gained honor and praise at the big running races in this state, has been taken up for the season. "Gilder" has made a good record but in after years, when more developed in year's he will make one of the best runners of his day. Editor Jaqua. of tho Humboldt Republican, was married last week to Miss Alice McCaffrey, who has had charge of his composing ; room for some time. She iS'Spoken of very highly. The Buffalo Center Tribune estimates that 150 loads of grain of all kinds are marketed at that place every day. Armstrong has tested the now water works well and the Journal says it proved to be of sufficient depth to supply all the water necessary. The pump was run for three hours and did not lower the water a foot. It an assured fact that Armstrong will have water works, excelled by none in northwestern Iowa. An electric light proposition was knocked out at Emmetsburg last week A proposition had been made the city council by the Electric Light Company of Clinton. The Reporter says: After much discussion the matter was voted down by the council as hot being feasible, as it involved too great an expenditure. Thus ends the light question for this winter, and the people who are out after sun-goes down must depend upon tho moon or lanterns to light them home. a (lenef-ai feiefetibft to field Tuesday, *tev» 5, Pursuant to law, I. Frank to. Jackson, governor of the State of lotva, do hereby pw claim that at the general election tojbe held on the Tuesday next after the first Moftdftfr in November, it being the fifth day of that month, of tho. year one Thousand Eight Hundred and Ninety-five, the offices hereinafter named fire to bo filled, to-ftlt: 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 yote.of the electors of tho several Sena- atorial Districts designated below : The office of Senator In the General Assembly from each of said districts, to-ivlt: The Second tMstrlctj composed of the counties of Jefferson and Van Buren. Tho Third District, composed of tho counties of Appanooso and Davis. The Fourth District, composed of the counties of Wayne and Luous. Tho F.lfth District, composed of the counties of Klhggpld, Decatur and Union. The Sixth District, composed of the Counties of Taylor and Adams. The Eighth Dlslrlct. composed of the counties of Mills and Montgomery. The Eleventh District, composed of the counties of SVarren and Clarke. The Fourteenth District, composed of the county of Mahaska. The FifteenthJDlstrict, composed of the counties of Marion and Monroe. The Sixteenth District, composed of tho counties of Madison and Adalr. The Seventeentli District, composed of the counties of Audubon, Dallas and Guthric, Tho Nineteenth District, composed of the county of Pottawattamte. The Twenty-third District, composed of the county of Jackson. Tho Twenty-fourth District, composed of the counties of Jonesand Cedar. The Twenty-fifth District, composed of tho conntles of Johnson and Iowa. The Twenty-sixth District, composed of the county of Linn. The Twenty-Seventh District, composed oijihe counties of Webster and Calhoun. composed of Tho Ttfenty-oiffhth District the county of Marshall. Thb Thirty-flrst Dlstvlct. composed of tho counties of Story and Boono. Tho Thirty-second District, composed of tho county of Woodbury. The Thirty-third District, composed of the counties of Buchanan and Delaware. The Thirty-sixth District, composed of tho county of ulayton. Tho Thirty-ninth District, composed of the counties of Butler and Bromer, Tho Fortieth District, composed of the counties of Allamakeo and Fayotto. The Forty-first District, composed of tho counties of Mitchell. Worth and Winnebago Tho Forty-third District, composed of the counties of Oorro Gordo, Franklin and Hancook. The Forty-sixth District, composed of tho 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 tho counties of O'Brien, Osceola, Lyon and Sioux. By vote df tho electors of tho several Eop- resentatlve Districts: The office of Representative In the General Assembly, tho apportionment being 1 as follows: For the First (Lee). Twenty-first (Dos Molnos). Thirty-flrst (Pottawattamio) .Thirty-seventh (Poik). Forty-third (Scott). For- ty-fl'i'th (OHnton). Forty-eighth (Linn). Fifty-eighth (Woodbury). and the Sixty-ninth (Dubuque), Districts, two Representatives each. For the Second (Van Buren). Third (Davis). Fourth (Appanoose). Fifth (Wayne), Ah BfiifMtstmfgief fells What ks Saw a! our Fair.—f h6 Leader Man's dpinion. MiS Mattifa df EnatBetsburg tnust have got the Palo Alto and Kossuth' '" faifs ffii&ed. lie says in the Democrat: The fait was quite creditable ih its exhibits, especially in grain, vegetables and fine stock. Our floral hall, as to biiilditig and Contents, excelled theifs; but they have other buildings, one of which contained grains, grasses, roots and vegetables, arranged on either side of alleys, making a Con-' venient as Well as creditable display. A very conspicuous feature of the fair was the number of fakirs and gamblers and the troops of young boys, approaching or past the ages that should indicate moral and intelligent manhood, smoking the cigarettes and cigars that they had wo,n at the gambling stands—ignorant young men who reflect no credit on their parents and know nothing of the fearful havoc the cigar and cigarette makes on their minds and bodies. Kossuth is well supplied with such youngsters. He saw one young man rifling the pockets of his boy friend who was "a little off"—too drunk to stand Up—lest some stranger might take his money. Such scenes as these make thoughtful people sad. The Ledyard Leader man visited the Kossuth county fair and appreciated it* He says: The county fair at Algona last week was grandly a success. "The weather was Northern Iowa's best, the exhibits were such as only Kossuth can produce and the entertainment of a refined order. The races were good. Farm products all bore the impress of prolific 1895. Th9 implement display was bigger than tho big county and stock was there as good as can be found. Games and milder forms of gambling were unbridled and such personal liberty as is consistent with good government was allowed. A feature of the granger tournament was the music furnished by Algona's peerless band. Their playing was welcome at all intervals and made the occasion "one continuous round of pleasure." The attendance was large and the receipts correspond. It puts the society on solid footing and reflects credit on the county, the management, the people. SEWING WANTED. By the day. Inquire at Jno. Grove's residence, east Call street. Prices is what will talk for the next thirty days at Patterson & Son. Try our Teas and Coffees at Langdon & Hudson's. Thirteenth (Adams). Fourteenth (Union., Fifteenth (Clarke), Sixteenth (Lucas), Seventeenth (Monroe), Eighteenth (Wapello), Nineteenth (Jelterson), Twentieth (Henry), Twenty-second (Louisa), Twenty-third (Wash- Ingtonc, Twenty-fourth (Keokuk), Twenty-fifth (MahasUa). Twenty-sixth (Marlon), Twenty- seventh (Warren), Twenty-elgth (Madison), Twenty-ninth (Adalr), Thirtieth (Oass), Thirty- second (Harrison), ThIrty-tWrd (Shelby), Thir- fourth (Audubon), Thirty -fifth—Huthrie, Thirty-sixth—Dallas, Thirty-eighth—Jasper, Thirty-ninth— Poweshiek, Fortieth—Iowa, Forty- tlrst-r ' " ' ' " • - MORTGAGE SALE, WHEREAS, J. W. Bagley, J. L. Hastings A. T. Uagley and A. Hastings on the 31st day of Axigust, A. D. 1894, executed and delivered to the Aultman & Taylor ma- hlnery company, a chattel mortgage dated on said day, upon the following described personal property: One Aultman Taylor separator complete with the straw stacker, bolts and all fixtures with or belonging to the same, also one truck wagon under the same, also one wagon box elevator, one gandy belt, also one Aultman & Taylor ISureka Jr. enjrine complete and appurtenances thereunto belonging to secure the payment of tho sum of One Thousand Four Hundred and Forty «nd Sixty-iivo Ono-Hundredths dollars, the ten notes dating from July 17th, 1894, and running until the 1st day of January, 1898, and whereas default has been made in the payment of the money secured by said chattel mortgage. Now, therefore, notice is hereby given, that I, C. C. Samson, as tho agent of tho said Aultman Taylor machinery company and in pursuance of the statutes in such cases made and provided will foreclose the said chattel mortgage by a sale of tho property therein described, at public tiuction, at the front door of the court house in Algona, in tho county of Uos- suth, and State of Iowa, on tho 20th day of October A. D. 1895, at 3 o'clock in the afternoon of said day, or so much as raae be necessary, to satisfy tho said sum of §1,00.65 with interest, costs and expenses of sale, unless the same shall be sooner paid. Dated this 4th day of October A. D. 1805 C. 0. SAMSON, SJiorli} 1 1(ossuth County, Iowa. SALESMAN WANTED, To sell Minnesota grown Nursery Stock, Seed Corn and Potatoes for spring delivery. An early start is half the battle. Three plans of work. Pay • every week. Write for particulars. THE JE'WEIX NURSERY 09., Lake City, Minn. 1890.- ..:. '-•"•*• ^1805, //I G. 0. SHELLEY. 0. D, PETTIBONE// Swea City. SWEA CITY—Mr. and Mrs. August Mich are rejoicing over tho arrival of an eleven pound boy, since Thursday, Ilev. D. F. Filkins, of the M. E, church, preached his initiatory sermon at the school house on Sunday evening. O. D. Ranks made a business trip to Chicago and Davenport tho first of the week. A son is reported at tho home of J. A- Howard, since Saturday. A Mr. Bagloy has purchased a lot north of tho B. C. B. & N. track and will erect a dwelling soon. Mayor Duiilap and His Clothes. Leader; Ledyard's highest official was beat out of attending tho fair Wednesday in a peculiar way. Quite a crowd were going down on the 7 o'clock accommodation and the Mayor was to have been one of the number, In due time the crowd began to gather at the depot; but the Mayor did not arrive. Tho smoke from tho engine was sighted and still no Mayor came/ A messenger was sent to ascertain why ho tarried so and to warn him of the approaching train. When asked the cause of his delay his brief answer was: "I can't find my clothes," It was now too late to got ready. On further investigation his Sunday best was found at the bank build^ ing, Assistant Cashier Smith, wishing to have them out of the way had put them into the vault the evening before. Time lock, see! It would do no good to fine Mr. Smith for conspiracy and all that could be done was to play that he did not want to go anyway and lot the jolly crowd go without him. ty-sevt-.- ..._.. .... . _._ tleth—Tama, Fifty-first—Marshall, Fifty-second—Story, Fifty-third—Boone; Fifty-fourth— Greene, Fifty-fifth—Carroll, Fifty-sixth— Crawford, Fifty-seventh—Monona and Ida, Fifty-ninthvCherokeo, Sixtieth-Sac, fiixty- flrst—Calhoim, Sixty-second—Webster, Sixty- third—Hamilton, Sixty-fourth—Hardin, Sixty- flfth—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 and Hancock, Seventy-sixth— Humboldt and- Pocahontas, Seventy-seven— Bueua Vista,' Seventy-eight— Plymouth, Seventy-ninth—Sioux, Eightieth—O'Brien and Ly- 011, Eighty-first—Osceola, Emmet and Dickinson, Eighty-second—Palo Alto and Clay, Eighty-third—Kossuth, Eighty-fourth—Oerro Gordo, Eighty-fifth—Floyd, Eighty-sixth-Chickasaw, Kmlity-seventh—Aflamakee, Eighty- eighth— Winneshiek, Eighty-nluth—Howard, Ninetieth—Mitchell, Ninety-first—Worth and Winnebago, Districts, one Itepresentative each. By vote of the electors of the First Judicial District, composed of the counties of Lee and DesMoines: The oillce 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. By vote of the electors of the Thirty-fltu Senatorial District, composed of the county of Dubuque: The office of Senator from said District, to fill the vacancy occasioned by the death of 1. W. Baldwin. By the vote of the electors of tho Thirty- eighth Senatorial District, composed of the counties of Black Hawk and Grundy ; The office of Senator from said District, to fill the vacancy occasion by the death of J, M, Kea. WHBBBOF, 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 WHBKEOF, I liave hereunto set my hand and caused to be affixed the Great Seal of the State of Iowa, Done at Des Homes, this second day of Oct. in the year of our Lord, one thousand eight hundred and nine-five, of the independence' of the United states the one hundred and twentieth, and of the State of Iowa the forty-ninth. By the Governor: . • . • FKANK D. JAOKBON, W. M. McFARijAND, Secretary of State. SHERIFF'S PROCLAMATION, To the electors of Kossuth county : At the general election,, to beheld on '.Tuesday, Nov. D, 1895, the following offices are to be filled by the ejectors pf said county ; -• The office of Treasurer- The office of Sheriff. The office of Oo. Superintendent of Schools. The office of County Surveyor, The office of Coron0r, The office of one Supervisor. Whereof, ail the qualified electors of saki county will take duo notice' «,nd govern them, selves accordingly. Done at my office in Aigona, this 3"d day of Oct., 1895. 0. 0- HAMSUN, Sheriff of Kossuth County, Ift. WHIKS The undersigned are how prepared to fill orders for Wnrk * of all kinds in Marble, Stone or Granite: also Shelves. Mantels. Table Tops and Plumber's Worlf of all kinds. When In need of anything in our line, give us a call and be convinced .that we give you good material and good work, and at as reasonable prices as can'be found in tho country. SHELLEY & PETTIBONE, Factory on State St., east of J. B. WlnkoPs odlce. Buffalo BUFFALO FOBK, Oct. 14.—Miss Nellie Govern is visiting her brother this week, The social at Mr. Eddy's was well attended smd all seemed to enjoy themselves, Ira Gillet is haying & new house erected on his farm In, Buffalo township., Atkinson and. Pert Eddy, of ley, were callers at Mr. Maiiley's day. Mr. and Mrs, W. 4- kadeudorff and son visited relatives in Portland last week. Miss Helen Eddy will close her school in Buffalo Fork this week Friday. Mr. and Mrs. Henry Rosman had a. young son born last week. CJias. Plielps is haying a new bav» erected aw bis farm in Portland. Amazing Ledyard Loader: D. Rasmusson, one of our money making farmers brought in twelve ears of corn. Saturday which are now oil exhibition at the Leader office. These twelve ears weigh between fifteen and sixteen pounds and their average length Is considerably over twelve inches. Yorjdy "Corn is King" iu Iowa and nowhere rnore than in big Kossuth county. money to Joan OB yew eggs, J b,aye unlimited p sport Uine. NOTICBTO VOTERS, ' At the regular Sept. 1895 session of the Board of Supervisors it was decided to submit tho ^following question to a vote of the people at tho next general election to bo held on the 5th day of Nov. 1895. , "Shall tho sum of eight thousand dollars (18,000) bo raised by a special tax to build a jail'ln and for said county?" That a tax of ono and one half mills on tho doJ- lar shall be levied upon tho taxable prop* erty of said county for 1890 for satd purpose. 411 legal voters of said county wUp shall be in favor of the foregoing propoi sition shall deposit ballots haying written or p»'int9<i thei'eon the following to-wit: "Fenail tax." And. all legal voters who shall be opposed, to said p.rop,o,sitiQu shall deposit ballots &a.Y}«g written pr pviaiod thereon, the -the finest we have yet published— 1 100 pages, profusely illustrated. It will tell you all about the new Fall and Winter Styles in Men's and Boy's Clothing, Hats, Furnishing Qoo'ds, Shoes and 'Ladies' Cloaks,

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