; •>'•>•• f' '*, "T. '' r rf • ,f, ;,*• ".-;'- -**•• BES MOINEB; ALGONA, IOWA, WEDNESDAY, NOVEMBEtt 26, 1890. Bancroft. fcfov. 84.—Olaf Pierson and aey have formed a partnership in lie livery business. Mr. Sough tad another gentleman of Al- Ofift came here on a hand car last week, tfour-horse teams are a common sight iow-a-days. School commences today with the saind teachers. 1. it. B*jp*Pnad the roof of his store ander has moved to town. 'Ing the Qoddard house. , O. G. T. gave a temperance meet- Ijihe M. E. church Sunday, rlerer is back to begin Quit&-5~number of barns are H. W. Smith goes to Iowa City to attend college. John Neil is here buying hay. He Was formerly a conductor on this division of the Northwestern. There will be 'wfe'jksgiving services in the Baptist churcl^^'sdas'. Rev. Ward will preach. __fe % Swen. SWBA, Nov. 22.—The weather is very pleasant for tho present and farmers are finishing husking their corn. Miss Betsey Anderson, a missidnery sister, has been preaching for our Baptist friends for the past week every evening, and it is understood she will stay till Sunday but no longer than that. Sister Anderson is a good Christian, and she is working faithfully. Mary Anderson went to St. Paul Monday a week ago. Miss Olson is teaching the south school this term. P. G. Erickson is building a large frame barn. Tho carpenters are at work on it Hartshorn's boys arc pressing hay in Swea. They have pressed for Mr. Hakanson, Mr. Carlson, O. Johnson, and at present are pressing for Nels Pearsons. DJohn;Blomester's young daughter was baptized last Sabbath afternoon. Miss Hulda came home from Bancroft last Tuesday. IiuVomo. LuVERNE, Nov. 22.—Leslie Smith of Goldfield was in our burg on Sunday to |ee his best girl. Jesso Lee of Williamstown, N. Y., is visiting the Ellis boys. He is very much taken up with our fine land and facilities for farming and stock raising. There is a gentleman here from Thorington, Iowa, looking for land. M. Stevens was on our streets one day this week. Henry Parks is in town today. Joe Shultz and Miss Mary Black, both of this place, wore married Sunday at,the German church. Tho best wishes of the people go with them, and tho boys all enjoyed a good smoke at Joe's expense. Rev. Phil Hauna of Eagle Grove was in town Wednesday. There was quite an excitement here yester- • -day over the arrest of Ed. VanVost and Miss Letta Barton. The complaint was for bigamy, Mr. VanVost having been married before, but having no divorce papers to show. He was taken into pustody and held under 81,000 bonds for his appearance one week from today, when he will have a hearing. The girl's father and brother m ade the complaint. : E. R. Welch and Miss A. M. Brind of Fort bodge were married last Tuesday at the place named above. The young couple will reside in Lu Verne at present at J. A. Welch's. The young folks have the best wishes of the friends about here. Thanks to Ed. for tho cigars. J. H, Miller has bought a well drill and is now ready to put you down a well at any time. W. B. Person and Chas. Miller are operating it for him. W. L. Niver's house is now finished and ready for occupation. «* R. V. Scott will move into J. L. Prince's house this week, and Mr. Hoft of Chickasaw county will occupy the. house that Mr. Scott vacates. C, E. Simmons has treated hia residence to a new coat of paint. D. W. Ramm has purchased two new rendering tanks, and will engage in the packing business for the winter. Mrs. Martin, a sister of Mrs. H. W. Brink who resides near Renwick, died very suddenly last week of spasms. She was in town here the day before looking well and hearty as could be. She was buried Wednesday at 8 o'clock near Renwick. h i Seneca, SENECA, Nov. 25.—Rov. W. L. Wolfe of Algona preached in the Seneca school house last Sabbath evening to the delight and profit of a large congregation. C. J. Lolander, while hunting recently, unearthed a buffalo skull which measured over two feet from tip to tip. It was ein- beded in a slough, and had probably been' under earth and water for many years. John White has built a barn to replace the one which was destroyed by lightning last summer. Hans Fiuck has taken up his abode upon the farm of I., J. Bruer, which we learn he has rented for five years, With the many improvements already made, and the generous spirit of his landlord, added to his own habit of industry we have no doubt of his success in working for himself. The new school house in the southern district which has been being built by O. E. 'EvSiilf Bancroft is now completed and will soon be occupied. Wesley. WESLEY, Noy. 25.—And still the good rork goes on. Way & Barrett are laying £ /another .addition to Wesley on the north. '4,'he county surveyor has been here and qirv^ed and platted 40 acres of lots for them as fin? as any in the state. Quite a number of them are already sold and others are contemplating investing in the new addition. There were several land seekers here last week look over our country and spine have bough*. There will b.o ft big imjuigration to this part of the county the coming spring. There must be considerable sickness 1» the county at present, as Dr. Hill is seen driving o\jt every day. Elder Black will hold his .first quarterly w&etog at this place SaJwdty ftnjgp,dfty. -A ', v, it, •'. W Deb, 6, and f. Let everybody come out and rhiMbtith Saturday evening and Sun day morning. We notice that t)avid B. Fofchas returned again. Our school will close till Monday after thanksgiving. Our teachers have been fasting for a week or more in order to do justice to the roast turkey and other good things they have been invited to eat on that day. We hope they will remember their failings and bear in mind that victuals are intended to save life not to take it. Mrs. Johnson, who has been 29 years a missionary in India, will deliver a lecture at this place Wednesday evening, Dec. 8, on missionary work. The lecture will be free, come out everybody. The band boys are looking after their turkeys and chickens. That is right boys, there is no moss on your hacks. Apples! Apples! Apples! A whole car of apples .'arrived at the big city of Algona, and Patterson Bros, have decided to sell them at $1.00 per bushel. Come early.-28 New Tin Shop. Frank Parish, -our well known tin smith, has opened a shop of his own in the Cleary building, and has ono of tho best kit of tools ever brought west. Ho went to Chicago and selected them himself, and is prepared to do any kind of work in any kind of metal. Guns repaired, skates, bicycles, everything mended. Call on him. Holiday Goods. I have rented tho building next door east of the postofflce and will put in the largest stock of holiday goods ever shown in Algona. I have an elegant line of albums, toilet cases, work boxes, etc. Also a complete line of toys, novelties, books, in fact I will bo headquarters for all Xmas gifts. I will be ready for business about Dec. 6. Call and see my line before buying. 36tf E. C. FRENCH. SHORT-HORN bulls for sale at Moore's, in Fentpn. Will arrive 29. Fit for service. Milt. Nov. A Safe Investment. Is one which Is guaranteed to bring you satisfactory results, or In case of (allure a return of purchase price. On this plan you can buy from our advertised druggist a bottle of Dr. King's New Discovery for Consumption. It Is guaranteed to bring relief In every case, when used for any affection of the throat, lungs, or chest, such as Consumption, Inflammation of Lungs, Bronchitis, Asthma, Whooping Cough. Croup, etc., etc. It IB pleasant and agreeable to take, perfectly safe, and can always be depended upon. Trial bottles free at Dr. Sheetz' drug store. 1 Merit Wins. We desire to say to our citizens that for years we have been selling Dr. King's New Discovery for Consumption, Dr. King's New Life Pills, Bucklen's Arnica Salve and Electric Bitters, and have never handled remedies that sell as well or that give such universal satisfaction. We do not hesitate to guarantee them every lime, and we stand ready to refund the purchase price It satisfactory results do not follow their use. These remedies have won their great popularity on their merits. Sold by Dr. Sheetz, druggist, Algona. 1 Bncklen's Arnica Salve. The best salve In the world for cuts, bruises, sores, ulcers, salt rheum, fever sores, tetter, chilblains, chapped bands, corns, and all skin eruptions, and positively cures piles, or no pay Is required. It Is guaranteed to give perfect satisfaction, or money refunded. Price 25 cents per box. Sold by Dr. Sheetz, druggist, Algona. Attention. I must have my book accounts settled by Dec. 1, 1890. Please call and settle. F. S. STOUGH. USE " patent whole-wheat" flour and you will have no other. J. J. Wil- son.-34t8 Keep tlie Foot TVarm. Men's Germam socks per pair $ 65 Boy's German socks per pair ,50 Men's automatic buckle arctics.... 1 00 Men's felt boots from $1.15 to 125 Boy's felt bootsfor 1 00 We sell boots, shoes, rubbers, gloves, and mittens in proportion. TOWNSEND & LANGDON. Partners, Talte Notice. The balance of our stock of husking gloves will be sold cheap. Gloves worth $1 reduced to 85c. Butter crackers 5c per Ib. by the box. Bbl. fresh wheaten grits just arrived at the Cash Store, Above bargains found at TOWNSEND & LANGDON'S. NIGHT Oft PONtfiHAftffiAlto . i^si — , Sight 6t» fofiicliaftrftte—no* the brilliant *t«3 Of evening shines adown the western sky, < Slowl? deSCSadunf to Its golden car, As a Inclined to ItoSfer; whlls on high, Her cup of light half fllled, the moon floats by, Tipping strafr clouds With Silver, M through They, wandering, chftdce to meet her radlAtit eye, I Night on Pontchartrain—and for such ft night We gladly hall the closing of the day. How soft, but yet how brilliant. Is th6 light Of yon fair stars that flood the heavenly way, Twinkling and shining still with lamBent ray, Like beauteous eyes oft opened and oft sealed, Showing 'neflth languid lids a bright display. And the soft sounds that fall upon the ear- Are well accordant to the lovely scene, So soft Silence, herself a listener, Is not disturbed by them; yet so serene That the low whisperings of the winds, I ween, Can scarce be caiwd n zephjr, while the sound Of murmVlDB HppJut c«ft**»* still between. —K«w Orison* TUdCs-Democrat. Roinihdera ft Burns. lu Dumfries oil? cannot look upon a single olden structure, or follow with the eye any close, wynd, vennell or street, without knowing that at some time it was more familiar to Burns than any portion of the old city is to any one of its inhabitants today. In the ancient Bank street house where he first lived in Dumfries, in the three tiny apartments, more than one-third of the more than 100 poems he produced in Dumfries were composed. Then in the Mill, now Burns, street home, which, was his last, the remainder were given birth. Among these were "Auld Lang Syne," "My Wife's a Winsome Wee Thing," "The Soldier's Return," "Willie Wastle," "Contented wi' Little, and Cantie wi' Mair," "Thou Hast Left Me Ever, Jamie," "Ye Banks and Braes o' Bonnie Doon," "My Love Is Like a Red, Red Rose," "My Heart Is Sair, I Daurna Tell," "O Wert Thou in the Cauld Blast," "Duncan Gray," "Flow Gently, Sweet Afton," and that grand martial ode, "Bruce's Address." The old, though still spruce, King's Arms inn could never have so long stood the assaults of time and tourists had not Burns, in a forgivably irreverent and delicious mood, scratched upon its window pane. — Cor. New York Commercial Advertiser. Fatting Gold on Books. In a room at the government printing office adjoining the one in which a drawer full of gold is kept, you can see a man putting on gold titles on superb department ledgers and such things altogether by hand. He lays the pieces of gold foil on the backs of the bound and completed books, and burns the lettering fast with little wooden handled dies that lie keeps heated in a small gas stove. It requires great skill to get the titles perfectly straight and symmetrical, though a black silk thre%d is used to make preliminary lines across the gold film for a guide. Finally the gold is rubbed off with a leather tipped stick and with burnt rubber. Real gold is only used in this way for particularly fine books. Designs and lettering of the sort for ordinary volumes are done at the government printing office in nearly tho same manner, but with a yellow composition called "German metal," which looks very much like the gold and is decidedly cheaper. No trouble is taken to save the wastage, and each book cover, after being stamped by the hot die, is simply put through, a brushing machine. — Washington Star. Tho Andes Sinking. The startling announcement is made that the Andes are slowly sinking into the earth's crust. As proof of this La Gazette Geographique says that Quito was 9,596 feet above the level of the sea in 1745; in 1800 it was only 9,570; in 1881, 9,567, having sunk twenty-six feet during the fifty-five years following 1745, and but three feet during the thirty-one years which intervened between 1800 and 1831. In 1868 the city's level had been reduced to 9,530 feet above the level of the Pacific. To sum up the total, we find that Ecuador's capital has sunk seventy-six feet in 133 years. Antisana's farm, the highest inhabited spot on the Andes (4,000 feet higher than Quito, the highest city on the globe), is said by the same authority to be 318 feet lower than it was in 1745. .. to the great floors where tne load" is assorted in piles according to grade, having beefc weighed first tthile oft the truck. Each pile ia tagged Mth the name of the owner fcnd the weight, with a place for the tmyef'8 name and price. Many fatihets remain over night, for they arrive at all hours of the day and night. Ftee stables and othet ordinary comfofts ate provided. There are ten ware houses in Danville, N. C. They are divided into two series of five each, and public sales are conducted in two at the same tiine. Under the direction of the Tobacco Exchange the order of sales ia arranged. Placards are posted at different points, "First sale at Neal's," "Second sale at Acree's," and so on, each warehouse talcing its assigned tarn until nil five have sold out—first today, the last to-morrow. Each ware house has its own auctioneer, clerks, and most of the firms buying having two sets of buyers to attend on the two circuits.—Cor. Washington Post. Compressed Air Torpedo. Still another torpedo, this one the invention of an Austrian count, Buonacorsi by name, has made its appearance in the European naval and military world. According to official and private reports of the trials of this instrument they were eminently successful, giving results superior even to those obtained from the Whitehead. The motive power is compressed air, acting directly from a reservoir upon the propeller without any assistance or intervention from machinery. The propulsion is effected by twin screws working inversely and giving a velocity greater and more continuous, it is contended, than any obtained in other torpedoes. One remarkable feature of this invention is tho faculty of automatic guidance, which enables it to avoid protective nets and shields, and to dive any distance before rising to eivo its blow.—Exchange. Between now and Jan. i, 1891, any size Platter (J, G* Mekin's ironstone china) will be sold at a 20 per cent, dis* count at the CASH STORE. We also have a large assortment of Lamps and Chamber Sets. Call and get our prices before you buy. 18 cents for Eggs. are payng Note our prices on a few items : All kinds of 5c Yeast for 03 Soda per pkg oj Axle Grease per box 06 Lewis Lye per box io Gloss Starch per pound o$ Clothes Pins per doz OI Remember We are Agents for Rock Salt, Ig^ If we can fit you with a pair of Shoes or Boots, will sell them cheap. Come and see us. TOWNSEND & LANG-DON, we JTor Sale. Full-blood Poland China boars, fit for service, at $8, if taken by Dec. 15. 35t2 J. B. JONES. Auction. I will sell at auction on my premises at Buffalo Fork postofflce, on Friday, Nov. 28, commencing at 10 a. in., the following property: Three mares six years old, one with foal by side, one two year old colt, two yearling colts, _ 12 cows, six yearling steers, four yearling heifers, etc. L. C. SMITH. Corn. I am paying the highest market price for corn, on my farm a mile east of Algona.-33 C. L. LUND. NEW Buckwheat Flour and Maple Syrup at the Cash Store. CALL on us. for boots and shoes because we have a larger stock, and can get what you want, and prices reasonable. F. S. Stough. Tho Time to Gather Flowers. Do not gather flowers while the sun is shining upon them, but choose instead the early morning, or the hour after the eun has gone down. Avoid pulling or tearing from the plant; cut with sharp scissors or a knife, and in the case of varieties having a large stalk or stem rub a little dirt over the wound. Always leave as long a stem as possible, not to interfere with other buds or blossoms.—John Richards in Jenness-Miller Magazine. It is not generally known that a single mouse turned loose in a grocery window will catch more flies in a single evening than fly paper catches all day, and besides, he eats them, and don't leave them lying around loose. Don't grudge the mouse his little mischief; he is a good fiy and roach exterminator. fl Remarkable Facts. Heart disease la usually supposed to be Incurable, but wlien properly treated a large proportion ol cases can be cured. Thus Mrs. Elmlra Hatch of Elttliart, Ind., and Mary L. Baker of Ovid, Mich, were cured after suffering 20 years. 8.0. LJnbur- ger, druggist at San Jose, Cal., says that Dr. Miles' New Heart Cure, which cured the former, "worked wonders for his wife." Levl Logan of Buchanan, Mich., who had heart disease for 80 years, says two bottles made him "feel like a new man." Dr. Miles' New Heart Cure Is sold and guaranteed by F. W. Dlngley, druggist. Book of wonderful testimonials free. 1 A National Event. The holding of the World's Fair In a city scarcely fifty years old will be a remarkable event, but whether It will really benefit this nation as much as the discovery of the Bestoratlve Nervine by Dr. Franklin Miles, Is doubtful. This Is Just what the American people need to cure their excessive nervousness, dyspepsia, headache, dizziness, sleeplessness, neuralgia, nervous debility, dullness, confusion of mind. etc. It acts like a charm. Trial bottles and fine book on " Nervous and Heart Diseases," with unequaled testimonials, free at F, W. DIngley's drug store, Algona. It is warranted to contain no opium, morphine, or dangerous drugs. 1 Miles' Ncrvo and Liver Pills Act on a new principle—regulating the liver, stomach, and bowels through the nerves. A new discovery. Dr. Miles' Pills speedily cure biliousness, bad taste, torpid liver, piles, constipation. Unequaled for men, women, and children. Smallest, mildest, surest! Fifty doses 25 cents. Sam• ' • - -IF. W. " " " " '"" pies free at 1 . DIngley's drug store. GLOVES and mittens at Stough's. FRESH oysters at Ladendorf's in bulk. Also full line of confectionery, fine cigars, tobaccos, etc.-30ml ARCTICS cheap at F, S. Stough's. • There's No Use Denying the Truth. Eliert'a Extract of Tar and Wild Cherry for Coughs and Colds. It cures them. Dr. Jaques' German Worm Cakes destroy and remove worms from the system. Dr. WinoUell's Teething Syrnp is the best for general ailments of children. AU druggists. Happy Home Blood Purifier and Health Ton ic purffles toe blood and make home happy. Uncle Sam's Condition Powders and Uncle Sam's Nerve and Bone Liniment—these two great medicines are sold by all druggists- English Spavia Liniment Removes all hard, soft, or calloused lumps and blennshes from horses, blood spavin, curbs, splints, sweeney, ring bone, stifles, sprains, all swollen throats, etc. Save W by use of one bottle i warranted. The most wonderful Mem • IBB cure eyer known. Sold by £, A. Sheet?. Itch cured in 80 minutes by 'Wooiford.'B Sank Sold by f,. A. Sheet?. Affection Among Hebrews. There is nothing in the world of pleasure and recreation to compare with the beautiful devotion that is paid the old Hebrew people by their children and grandchildren at the various summer resorts. A rude remark is never made in their hearing, nor a disrespectful word uttered to aged mother or father. The gentle yielding of easy chairs, the offering of choice things to eat and drink, the last consideration of self where there is a drive or sail for a limited number, and the, graceful anticipation of creature comforts are attributes of the children to which the filial respect of the Christian is not approachable.— New York World. A Maine Man's Trunk. I was talking with one of the old settlers the other day, and he said; "Don't know Hen Jones, do you? Wall, when you see him you'll know him; he's got the damdest nose on him that you ever seed on a live being, T'other day I see Hen coming down hill into the village, and he was driving a horse with one hand and makin' queer motions with t'other. When he got up to me I eeed what he was doin'. He was pickin 1 up pebbles from a pile in his wagin and was stonin' mosquitoes off' n the end of bis nose."— Lewiston Journal. South Side of Broadway Whittemore, Iowa. NOTIONS, Hates amd Oaps, Boots and Shoes, Boys' and Men's Beady-Made Saving the Government Money. "You want a pension, and yp$ you say you were not even enlisted. On what do you base your claim?" "Just this! If I had gone to the front I might have been totally disabled, and BO been in a position to claim $100 a month. As it is I ask for only |35. Money in the government's pocket, you §ee."T- Selling Tobacco in It is »n interesting eight to see the hundreds of covered tobacco wagons come to market. Large ware houses are ready 1» offer every inducement to. farm erg to sell their load.. O Crockery & Glassware CONFECTIONERY, Wood and Willow ware, Produce taken In exchange (or goods. HENBY MUtfCH, The NewJMeat Market, BENNETT & ANDERSON, Proprietors of the new marltet on Thorington street, keep everything in f re»h and salt meat. Fresh fish every Friday. Come and see us. AUCT80NEER. A. HAGGARD, erty, make collections Office, with y, M- f 9|lw. PW 40Bte «r<». Time Everyone at this season of the year is interested in the question of how best to warm and beautify their homes; what stove will heat the most surface with the least amount of fuel ?V a ,tc., etc. I wish to say that in making my selection of stovel this fall I gave this question CAREFUL ATTENTION and ami ire I selected as good in every respect as there are in the mk/ket. Please call and see the new styles and get prices. A' also have a large quantity of second-hand stoves, which I will sell VERY CHEAP—from three dollars up. I have a full line of wood and iron pumps, husking pins of all descriptions, guns, ammunition, etc., etc. These goods are sold, remember, at J. W. ROBINSON'S. ORIGINAL NOTICE. STATE OF IOWA, KOSSUTH COUNTY District Court, December Term, 1800.— W.W. Fiester vs. Chas. W. Waldo. Maggie Waldo. and the Minneapolis Equitable Investment W. Waldo, Maggie Waldo, and the Minneapolis Equitable Investment Co : You are hereby notified that there is now on file iu tho office of the clerk of said court a petition of the plaintiff in tho aboi/e entitled action claiming of you the sum of $300, with interest thereon at the rate of eight per cent, per annum from Jan. 1, 1880, as money justly due on a promissory note given to plaintiff; also the foreclosure of a mortgage given to secure said note, an the following described promises, towit: Lots 7 and 8 in Block 50 as shown by the recorded plat of the town of Algona; also ludgment for, unpaid taxes, costs, attorney's fee, and accruing Interest; and unless you appear thereto and defend on or before noon of the llrst day of the next December term of said district court, to be begun and holden at the court house in Algona, in said county, on the 8th day of Deceniber, 1800, default will be entered against you and Judgment rendered thereon. HARVEY INGHAM, 32W Plaintiff's Attorney. ORIGINAL NOTICE. STATE OF IOWA, KOSSUTH COUNTY- DiteKltct Court, December Term, 1890,— Kos- BUtfilfeounty Dank vfe*-Martha E. Burtls, Gay- lordC. Burtis, Geo. W. Hanna, Ellas Cadwell, Aultman & Miller Co., and Famous Manufacturing Co. To said defendants : You are hereby notified that on or before the 15th day or November, 1800, a petition of the plaintiff iu tho above entitled action will be on I"-.! in the office of Win clerk of said court, cluiiuing of you the . ..«o .a..i!o>. ¥ ^ttif Interest thereon at i, ' ,'aannum from the 18th aay w «i<iren, iu '' anoney Justly due on a promissory note; also the sum of S57.8.3 as money Justly due on a second promissory note; also asking for the foreclosure of a urst and second mortgage given to secure said Successor to N. G. Leighton <& Co, an& Clinton Morrison, ( Manufaufurer and Dealer in Lumber, Lath, AND SHINGLES, Cor, Thirteenth Ave. S, and 4tlt St., Minneapolis, Minn, FOR PRICES -\ i Nb Looking for a Painter, Did you Say? Well, If you uro you should see WALTER also judgment for costs, attorney's fee, unpaid taxes, and accruing interest; and unless you appear Buf/eto and defend on or before noon of JplVu'st day of the next December term of saidTOstrlct court, to be begun and holdeu at the court house In Algona, in said county, on the 8th day of December, 1890, default will be entered against;you afld judgment rendered thereon. HARVEY INGHAM, 33ti Plaintiff's Attorney. F, M* BR0N80N, *' Dealer who will be pleased to figure with you foy anythlug In the line of Painting, Paper Hangj Those desiring paper hanging done -.-,.. fully referred to the various pieces gt work lt» town done by me, which speak lor feel warranted la eaylag that I «an Isf uotlpn lu every case. Prices are Always Come and, latemeff B>9.
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