TBEB ; tJEKBB BfiB MOIK18J -ALQONAt IOWA, WlftNfiSBAIf, 'JA»tJA»¥- S0 f f-r.Vr WN W ttf SHIPMENTS, Lvei-age of Thirteen Cat 1 toads ft Of May Hate Gone Out of Kosattth iil 1894, if Shipments Ar§ Good, but they how the feffeets of a Depressed Finahcid) Condition. past year, 1894, has been" one of II ones for Rossuth county as well the rest bf the country, fiut |§uth has been shipping a surplus 94 as Usual and T*flB tTWEfc &E8 i has been making strenuous en- (?0rs to get the exact figures shOW- S>httt has beeB done in an off year. JS obliged to publish the results out receiving returns from Ban* and Irvington. It has the full iping figures for all car lots from |a City, Germania, Lt-dyard, Burt, Sexton, Algona, Hobart, Whit- Sdre and LuVerne. But the remain- jftwo stations for some reason are lilling to make any report, although toraparison between towns was in- tied or will be mado. The total •pmentB of the other 10 stations are Ifolliiwa: . Stock, 820 curs; grain, [ curs', hay, 4,712 cars; and miscel- |pus, 20^ cars. The grand total is cars, which divided into train of 17 cars each would make 410 Ins, or considerably over one train a |K number of interesting speculations Hit be mado from.these figures. The Ipment of hay alone reaches about 13 fcloads a day for the year. Grain stock would make up five cars .re. The value of the hay at $30 to |;car would reach $131,000 or nearly ^apiece for every man, woman and 'Id in the.county. , imong the miscellaneous items Alia has 14 car. loads of flour and five IJrick. Poultry, butter, etc., make |a share of the town shipments, while which is a big item at Other sta- 5'ns, does not cut much of a figure re. In hay shipments Ledyard leads with |39 cars. In grain Burt is ahead with cars, and in stock Whittemore Ids with 248 oars. Wesley and Sex- follo'w in hay shipments, Algona |d Burt in stock, and Germania a.nd |hitteuiore in grain. Among the big tippers are Germania and Swea.City, fth new stations. Their figures have 3n made public and are 538 car loads ; Swea City, and 673 for Germania. |xton is away up as a shipping station d Hobart is not slow. It is impossible to estimate how much ishipped from Kossuth at outside sta- ons. Elmor(3, Armstrong, Buffalo bnter, Corwith, Bode, and West Bend "i all on the county border and draw pavily from thf. county, while the 3ly stations in Kossu'th which draw 'am other counties are Wesley, Lu- lerne and .Whittemore. Hundreds of loads go from the county that Ibuld not be included, in any report •)m Kossuth county stations, even il Jl had reported. IThe enormous surplus product this county with its resources get undeveloped, and its population altered, is but a sample of what Iowa [s doing,as a state, and it speaks for the wealth which in spite of the enormous I rain upon our money by way of .inter- |st, insurance, freights, etc., is bound |o accumulate. No st_ate or county yhich is pouring out daily hundreds of Stains or single trains of produce more Ihan is needed to supply its people will |ong remain in need pf anything. ; If Cossuth can merely keep up the report K>t 1894 for ten years every man who ends to his knitting will be well-to-do, le can't help it, for the money is bound |to come in. . fdOUNTY'S YOUNGEST OEEAMEEY, flrvington Has the Last Creamery but It la Pushlnff for the First Place— a flood Half Tear Snowing,' IRVINGTON, Iowa, Jan. 23, 1895.— To the Editor: At your request I hand you the following- report of our creamery business: We received' the first milk on the morning of June 4, 1894, Our patronage has been so small as compared with other old and well established creameries, that a report of our little business I fear will be of plight interest, but such as it Js I give it: Amount Milk, 145,510'» 134,609 tt> 153,095 ft 131832ft 09 292 ft 82 356 ft 71,673 8) Amount Butter., 5,697 ft 6,456 ft 5.585ft 5,257 ft 4,086 ft 3,628 ft 2,803 ft , 847,117 ft 33,611 ft 86,740.66 Money [ 808.533,01 1,107.30 3.9g 1,188.543.67 1,143.45 4.00 860,40 808,81 fS63.Q33 4,1 4.4 1.91 .617 .727 ,708 ,87 .87 .08 ,826 i}je price recsived fpr 'butter 'was 177 per hundred in June, $18.55 in |, $g0.98 in August, PU8 in Sep- |ber, $31.06 in October, $22.89 in lember, and $83,65 in December, rate for 100 pounds milk 79H plus skim will?; aveiv price fpr pjje ppund butter each , 80c;' average cost nwlsiog one 4 butter 31o. Awovmt paid paV to Jan. 1, J895, $5,415,81; r paid, out (supplies, labor and repairs, $1,157. st bf-plant, including site, building, all fixtures, $3,040, June 4i J894, , C. ANPRUSS, Secretary, F«ifv«J tp PP iTwst lo -to be a sensational to be | n^rrpw escape i pajeJag frsif bl> twin. Jobn Mp" s bad vieitea sTake Raaiflger gag i^lg?4 frwly.in what and intoxioatee, untU 4 wbea Jeba folded to j two wbele l@«gtb . . " . .But feis w&cfes failfftftd hate beea foufidftfidffomthein it fttifte&ft th&t fad had stUEbbled fcnd ffttleaBythe rail, and that his head &tid ariM had been gfftfced by the cow* catchefBf Ihe wild frelgfoi Wheft he efttrie to enough he tttseovered'his money also, and ifttei* His mitten was picked tip at Wesley, where it had been cat- tied by 'the traifii Itoctors were eeht tot and sewed John up so that he will hold whiskey again, and that is prbbably all he cafes for. Motifey. I have unlimited money to loan oti long of short time. B. W, HAGGAKD. Wte'mftke a specialty of Collections. Cloud & Haggard. THfi City Bakery has been remodeled and renovated, aha is flow as neat as a pin. Mr. Rowe will spare lib pftios to please his customers who may heed anything in th6 bakery line. Fresh bread, cakes, pies, etc. will be kept constantly on hand, If you wnnt a lunch, warm meal, oyster stew, or oysters in bulk, call at the City Bakery. LADIES who have two or three hours' leisure each day can make money by assisting me in. my business. Address Mrs. Susie L. Raymond, Algona, Iowa. Box G7.-33m3 GETS AS GOOD AS HE SENDS. Our Correspondent Shows Himself Equal to the Occasion With the Wesley tteporter—Wesley News. WESLEY, Jan. 29.—The Wesley Reporter sa.ys that the Wesley correspondent to the U. D. M. complains of gambling going on here, and that to make the assertions and to prove them is two different things, and it furthermore says it shows poor judgment to say anything about it in outside papers, and that there is no more gambling going on here than in other towns within a hundred miles around us. The correspondent to the U. D. M. said " it was the rumor that gambling was carried on here, etc." The editor of the Reporter knows that raffling for horses, buggies, and other articles has been carried on here this winter, and at other times open and without restraint, which all comes under the law of gambling. Perhaps the editor knows the price of the tickets of some of the raffles here at different times is why he thinks it poor judgement to say anything about it in outside papers. Suppose other towns do have more gambling going on than here, that does not make the crime any the less in Wesley. Attorney Fellows is here and is nicely located in his office over Anderson & Co.'s drug store. Wm. M. Colby, who was called last week to Curlew to see his brother, J, P.Colby, who is very sick, returned Saturday leaving his brother feeling some better. Noth withstanding the cold weather we are having our merchants are doing a good business. Geo. A. Frink has added to his stock of clothing and boots and shoes, a three thousand dollar, stock of dry goods, which arrived last Saturday. Miss Pearl Yorker is on'the sick list but is reported better today. The stewards of the Methodist church will give a chicken pie supper in Gidding's hall Wednesday evening, Jan. 30, to which everybody is invite'd. The proceeds to apply on the pastor's salary. Done by the City Council. The city council met .in regular session, Jan. 26, at the office of the city clerk. Members present: Wadsworth, Vesper, Garfleld, Pettibone, Cordingley, Magnusson, Hutchins, and Nicoulin. Nicoulin was elected chairman pro tern. Minutes of last meeting read and .approved. Moved and seconded that the following bills, audited and approved by the finance committee, be allowed and warrants drawn on the treasurer for the same: J. J. Wilson, coal J 3727 A. M. &G. M. Joliasou, pipe and supplies. , 1920 A, M. & G. M. Johnson, repairing road g rader,.,. ,,.. i 050 more& Winkle, coal 530 J, A. Lucas, labor and team , 500 Win. Miller, lighting lamps , 1500 F, S, Norton, sidewalk lumber 107 33 F, B, Norton, lumber (or waterworks. 1003 John Paul Lumber OQ,, lumber.,..,.., 37 73 B. S. Stebbins, labor and team... IS 50 A. A. Call, recording dee Js ,...,. 4 44 Thos, Dailey, labor..... 3135 O.Anderson, labor ,... 750 A. Anderson, labor. 7 50 A. F. Dailey,salary ,.... ,. 50 00 Walker Bros., supplies 5 10 A. Y, McDonald Mfg. Co,, supplies 184 48 J. F. Nicoulin, c.ipress, ,..; • 45 And the following bill, paid Jan. 18, 1895, under special order of council, Sept. 12, 1804, upon approval of water works committee: A. F. Dailey. pay of men for pipe work and filling ,....:,.. 13287 Ayes; Vesper, Wadsworth, Garfleld, Pettibone, Cordingley, Uutohins, Magnusson, and Nicoulin. Noes; None, Carried. Moved and seconded that the council adjourn. Carried, Money, I have unlimited money to loan on long or short time. 6, W, HACGARD. WE make a specialty pf cpllectipns, Cloud & Haggard. TRY a box of those London layer raiseps at Walker Bros,' "Never BO cheap." „_„____________ AROTJOS of all kinds and at all prices at Galbraitb & Co.'e, on that JO cent table pf canned gppds at Walker Bros,' SBS that line pf canned gopds at tbe Qpera JJpyse Grpcery tWs week.. Yankee Panpake |pr breakfast, ]3re9, have it, The W. R. M, S. t^kiae at provroeU'e ghee hti fe?' Algpaa sm fc§ ftpd a _.m^»"' I'Jj. Jv . .».. MPWIW, , n^ri'-'ii,^. at- vaoinffA^hopae. 4 JOACHIM Hom IS DEAD, tte Retired at Night as tsttal, bnt Wfts found Dead in Mis Bed tlie Was a t>iorieer Settlet in fchton fcftd Wdl Kfiowti In the doutity— Once a SdpftfviSor. Away back in 1869 Joachim Holla came to locate land for a German settlement, attd went out beyowd the "Oft" rlen settlement" in FentoH. He was th6 frontier man. ' He died last Friday bight of heart disease, going to bed as usual and being found dead in the morfiingi He was born in 1826 itt Ger* many, coming to this country in 1868. He remained in McHenry county. 111,, until i860. He was a pioneer sheep raiser in Kossuth, a good farmer, and two years ago was a member of the board of supervisors. In 18fO the "Holtz settlement*' got under headway, and in 1872 THE UPPER DES MOINES said of it: "The 'Holtz settlement' Is located on the head waters of the Black Cat creek and about the same distance northwest fi-otn Algona, The lending man in the commencement of _ this flourishing colony was and still is Joachim Holtz, a thorough farmer and stock grower, as anyone can see by looking over his improvements und examining his fine- blooded stock. The first settlement was made about three years ago and now numbers over fifty families. Large and* well-tilled farms are seen in every direction, where three years ago nothing but the bare, unbroken prairie met the eye. The quantity of grain raised in this neighborhood the past season is enormous. * * ,* " LAST OF THE OYOLONE SUFFEEERS, The Death of Mrs.Cal. Barrlck Closes the Ijlst of Fatalities From September's Storm. Mrs. Cal. Barrick died peacefully Monday at noon. Her funeral was held at the late home in Union today at noon. Her death recalls the devasta< tion of last September. As the cyclone came up Chas. Lee and his family, going from the fair, stopped at Barrick's. There were 12 in the house when it was crushed and they were strung across the adjoining fields. Mrs. Barrick was struck on the hip by a timber and in the abdomen by the stove, and was paralyzed when found. She has never recovered the ruse of her limbs, and for some weeks it has been evident that death must result. She was the only one of the 12 who was seriously injured. It was from the Barrick place that most of the letters were blown that were found over near Osage. SOME. KOBE OF HEFLIN'S EEOOED. He Gets A -way from the Officers and Now Writes to Swea City that He Has Not Been In JEldora. - The Hampton Recorder gives another chapter in Hefl jn's record, in commenting upon his arrest. It says that prior to going to Swea City he was "prac ticing medicine and spoiling poor whiskey at Alexander for a year or more." It adds: "Dr. Heflin left anything but a fragrant reputation behind him when he left Alexander, and left some unpaid debts for admiring friends to remember him by." , .• ; It seems tha_t Heflin fooled the officers who had him in charge after his arrest last week and got away. When ; arraigned before 'Squire Burling Thursday, he waived preliminary examination and succeeded in buncoing both County Attorney Ward and Justice Burling into accepting a $500 appearance bond secured by a. chattel mortgage on a team, harness and buggy in Floyd county. It js said he has no such chattels in existence, and the doctor is at large. ' And now comes the Swea City Herald and says: " Nearly every paper picked up of late has contained an account of a man by the name of Heflin, who had worked a confidence game on an Illinois map, selling him an alleged drug store located at Eldora, Iowa, and getting $350,00 on the sale, It says that the man is now in jail, and gives his former residence at this place, And now it transpires that the Dr. Heflin formerly of this place is not in jail but at Keokuk, Iowa, and has written to this place stating the fact," CHASE & SANBORN'S famous coffees and seal brand tea, Walker Bros., exclusive agents, t .I. WE have some cloaks that we will close cheap, Galbraith & Co, BUCRLEN'S ARNICA SALVE. The best salve in the world for bruises, outs, sores, ulcers. salt rheum, fever sores, tetter, chapped hands, chilblains, opi-ns and all skin eruptions, and positively cures piles or no pay required, It Is guaranteed to give perfect satisfaction or money refunded. Price S5o a box. Sold by L. A, Sheetz. Of Interest to The big Seneca creamery, a report of which we published last week, was burned Friday. A dispatch in Sunday'? Register gives ail tlVe detail* we have secured: l( Theoo-pperativecrean> ery at Seneca, nine miles west of Ban* croft, was burned to the ground at an early hour this moving, entailing a loss of 15,000, , which included $1,000 worth of butter. The institution was one of the best paying plants in this section, their receipts far butter epld year amounting to $86,16.0,67, pay* ing a.p average price Q| 77$ cents m,tik. The tQtftl insurance on building and contents waj $2,300 in the Putmqu,e Fire and Marine, ft wiU be rebuilt as Pr eame ry E. Cl&,rHe wejit to Pel MQP4ay to j&rglje g, n,§w Slagle's Harness Shop. We Have Removed our stock of Harness, Whips, Saddles, Blankets^ Robes, and other harness goods to our State street shop, and now have a full line, Repairing a specialty. All goods and work warranted, Stough's old stand. SLAGLE & SON. Iowa statute cannot cover shipments from one state to another and asks the supreme court to overrule its former decisions. The case has been carried up on the one question, and will go to the United States supreme court if the state courts rule nga.tnst the company. It will be a decision of interest to all shippers. Doxsee & Shaw, Abstracts of Title, 23ea.l Estate, Loans, sixxd. Ins'u.retn.c©., ALGONA, IOWA. Office over Algona State Hank. A New Harness Shop. S. T. CHEISTENSEN Has opened a harness shop in the front room of his livery barn, and keeps on hand Harness, Blankets, Robes, and everything In the line of horse clothing. Go and see him for goods in his line. Will exchange harness for fresh cows and those soon to he fresh. Does repairing of all kinds. Bradley &Nicoulin are now prepared to do all kinds of Repairing Wagons, Buggies, AND" Farm Machinery. Also do Painting and operate a general repair shop. AT THE OLD STAND, ALGONA. DR. L. A. SHEETZ, Drugs and Medicines. Full assortment always on hand pf drugs, med- cines, and pure liquors for medicinal purposes only. Sootes swaS. • Sta/tlosaeiy, Water or No Pay, , We have a new well-digging outflt, the best that la wade, and one well adapted to this section. Our long experience in making wells warrants us in guaranteeing satisfaction in all cases, PEASEJR BROS. State : University Q3F The Several Departments will Begin the Yew 1894-95 on Sept, 19, For particular infoiw^tton as to the respective departments address as follows; Collegiate—Charles J. SohaeHer, president, Iowa, Olty, Law—Emlip MoOlain, 9hanoel}or, Jowft OJty, We Aim to Buy- The best of everything in our line in the market, hence yon will make no mistake in trading at our store if you want the best goods. **i " • " * Jewel Stoves, Axes, Axe Handles, Asbestos Mats, Butcher Knives, Bath Tubs, Brooms, • Coffee Mills, Churns, Coal Hods, Coal Oil Cans, Carvers, Christy Bread Knives, Dust Pans, Dinner Pails, Egg Beaters, Emery Sharpeners, Fry Pans, Granite Ware, Griddles, Kettles, , Knives and Forks, Kraut Cutters, Lard Presses, Lanterns, Meat Choppers, Meat Pounders, Mrs. Potts' Sad Irons, Meat Roasters, Oil Heaters, Oat Meal Cookers, Potato Mashers, Riverside Ranges, Stove Mitts, Stove Polish, o. Scissors, Seives, Scotch Swedish Razors, Saws, Steel Ranges, Tinware, Tubes, Washing Machines, Wringers, Wash Basins, Waffle Irons, Wash Boards, Wood Spoons, .And everything else 'kept in a first-class Hardware Store. Winkie's old stand.. YOU Will MlSS It If you-dp not secure- some of the . . ; . . Bargains in Boots and Shoes We are offering this week. Everything sold AT A £REAT REDUCTION. BrDinell & AIM NSURANOE. Also Land, Loan and Collection Business.- Offlce over Algona State Bank. Farmers' of Cedar Rapids, > Phoenix 6f Hartford, Hanover of New York, Minnesota Fire, Minneapolis, Bockford of Rockford, Lloyd's Plate Glass of New York, United States Life of New York. GKQO. California in 3! Days. Without change of cars. All meals served in dining cars. Palace drawing-room sleeping cars and tourist sleepers are run through to San Francisco without change, with annex sleeping cars to Los Angeles, leaving Chicago daily via a^Northwestern Line. Variable route tourist tickets to California an4 the health and pleasure resorts of the south on sale at Detailed information can be pbtained upon application to agent Chicago & NortliwesterD Railway. 99 •U dlsea HOXIE & BRUNSON, •;; ^-"w^r"^. T-f, •= • '%^>, ;'&&&$$'
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