The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa on December 24, 1890 · Page 12
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THE OTOTK BIS MOINJS^I AL60NA IOWA MO, 24, 1890, 0V } r>; " j R H. AfifilVAL AND DEPARTURE df TRAINS. OttlOAOO, MilAVAtKEE A St. PAUL. . . . 1.. ....... 0:02 ft hi No. 2 ....... 10:20 a m No. 8 ......... 4:87flmNo. 4 ........ 9:30 ptn „ Weight— , FMght— No. 0.. ...... 7:16 ft m Mo. S.. ...... 11:65 pin NO. 13 ....... il!45amNo. 14....... 0:30p«i No. fi ........ 8:171) a Nd. 10 ..... VlgilfinM CHICAGO A NORTHWESTERN, JSlmore pftss..3:6fi p m KlmofopaBuliJiflO p tt St. Paul frt... 0:55 a mDesMoinDSft 7:35 pm tt AND ABOOTTOB OITt, A Merry Christmas to all. Eggs bring 10 Cents fit ToWnsetid & ILangdon's. Wtti Pock is figuring on building a flhe hotel In Burt. Dft Sayers WAS over to Cylinder yesterday to tittend sick horses. Tho Lew and Lottie Waters Dramatic company in Algona, Jan. 2 and 3. This is the last week of Carter's big •clothing sale, and prices are at bod A little girl at tho Foy house north of tho Milwaukee depot is a source of rejoicing. M. B. Chapin will move to Algona some timo in tho spring, He, has rented his farm. C. E. Iloise wears a pleasant smile, being again a father. Anew boy has arrived at his homo. There will bo a special mooting of Company F next Tuesday. All members will come in uniform. Tho Kossuth County bank did tho largest business Saturday it hits over done in one day since it started. The Milwaukee timo table has undergone tinothor change, and tho passenger trains have thoir time changed a little. Licenses to wod have been issued to Wm. Bike and Amelia Shrader, and Abijah Battorson and Alvira Blanchard. A. Soastrom'B now shop and G. L. Minklor's now house are nearing completion, and are both good additions to town. This office is under obligations to J. E. Blackford for some interesting •reports made at the national grange meeting. The Cedar Rapids band gives a dance tonight, and the big Christmas dance •comes off tomorrow night. Both are at •the court house. McMurrny's carpenter shop is coming into the Minkler building on Dodge •street. Some improvements have been •made this week. The cold weather signal Monday was •correct, and a sufficient change was felt ito harden tho ice for tho skaters, but *hat was'about all. A fine boy arrived at Chas. Hanna's a •week ago Monday. Tho notice is a little late, but the boy is all the bigger. He is the first born. The Irvington oyster suppor comes oil tomorrow night at tho new church. The oysters will surely bo on hand, and a big social timo is promised. Tho invitations are out for a grand dance to bo given New Year's night. Tho now canvass will bo spread, and its merits tested on that occasion. , C. B." Sarchett bought tho lumber at the Paul yard last week for a new house on his farm north of town. He will build 10x22 with an addition 14x10. A Meyer was a pleasant caller from HuiMo Forks Monday. He says ho has the best corn this year he ever raised Jn the county, and he fools pretty well .sntlsfied, A union mooting in the interests of !the American Bible society will bo hold .at the Congregational church Sunday • .evening. Rev Hughes of Grinnoll will toe present. It is reported that Lee Walston, who Is in charge of Mr. Met/.gar's Esthor- ville store, will celebrate the holidays by getting married. We wish him happiness. The case of Lacy against Church for the horso which died was not decided by tho court as all the evidence was «ot in. The case will bo finished and decided during vacation. It is expected that Miss Mary P, Wright, a former missionary in Turkey, will speak at the Congregational church .'axt Sunday morning and afternoon, in - ihe afternoon to children. It is reported that our old school teacher, Aidenn Benedict, will bo through hero again in March. He is now playing in New York, and goes to Philadelphia for six weelcs. Tne UPPEK DES MOINES and weekly State Register, Dos Moinos Capital or Des Moinos News for $2 a year. Tho UPPER DES MOINES and Daily Dos Moines Capital, Senator Young's paper, (or $5 a year, In talkingaboutBurtyesterday Hugh McDonald said that there was rumor of a co-operative grist mill being started. The creamery there has been so satis- ifftotory that the farmers desire to ox- tend thoir operations. A young mini working for a farmer in the northern part of tho county took .;•, load of grain to Elmoro last week-, .:,'ot the chock in his own name, got tho noney and with a borrowed overcoat H.eft for parts unknown. No trace has -.been discovered. The breakfastors at tho tho Thorington Monday morning had a sudden surprise, as a lot of coal gas in tho store exploded, and several lengths of pipe fell down among them. Fortunately the soot did no damage, and they ate a .regular meal as usual. In the case of Dr, Barr against tho county Judge Carr nuido an important .ruling. He huld that tho county board could not legally compel a physician to accept half pay for attending county cases The board has had such a rule for years and the doctors have always opposed it. Markets still tend down. In Algona bogs are worth $3; oats, 80(o>85c; corn, aSo; flax, 95c; barley, 40@45o; hay, $4 @4.60. J. J. Wilson ascribes the groat oi-op in hogs to flooding tho market with immature uuiiuuls, and the money stringency which has killed all specu- * " i tendencies. , Profs. MoCollura and Ohmstead have workofLnvawing the prospects lje normal uoxt term, which opens Tuesday. They are much en- ovei> *be Pwspect, and look for a successful town. Prof, Dodge hoi returned from the horth and will b here at the opening. John G. Smith this week advertise for 200 pigeons. Sis guns are how back from the shops, aha if the bird can be had a match between him an C, W< Budd, Iowa's champion, will b Shot. This would be a big spoftin event for northern Iowa, and the bird should come in at ohce. Myron Schenck sued the county fo damages caused by cutting a roat through his faPftt. The commisioner who laid the road awarded $90, th court cut it to $80, and he sued for $140 The jury was out alt night but finally agreed on $182. W. B. Quarton WOE Mr. Schenck's attorney. Thos. F. Cooke is acting inspector small arms of the three northern regi menls of the state militia, and in tha capacity has prepared a circular lette to tho companies in those regiments It contains instructions concerning part of the work, and is endorsed by tho high authorities of tho state guards. Agent Vesper has concluded that tho high wheel bicycle is out of date am now sports tho very latest Columbia safety. The Columbia wheels stand a tho front. Mr. Vesper says he got the safety so that Mrs. Vesper can ride, bu' others unkindly intimate that a " head or" not long ago had something to do with it. It is reported that a couple of northern Kossuth farmers are in durance vile at Blue Earth. Some men up in Minnesota were missing grain, etc., and one frosty morning tracked the wagon down to the farm house .where they found 400 or more bushels hidden away. The men wore arrested and are in jail in default of bail. If the crowds in town Saturday are any indication, Christmas will bo a happy time for the young folks the county over. The stores were packed all day long, and the streets were like a city. Soveral remarked that they had not seen so many people in Algona before except when some special occasion called them out. Mrs. G. C. Burtis writes a letter to the Lu Verne News describing their trip on the Canadian Pacific road to the coast. It is interesting throughout. As one item we quote her market prices at Winnipeg. "Butter sold for 80 cents a pound; eggs 35 cents per dozen; milk 20 cents per quart, and apples six for a quarter, etc." The stag our water-works .contractor, J. R. Hawley, sent down arrived Monday, and was exhibited in H. J. Eden's shop. Yesterday he was divided up and many will feast on venison. He was' a fine looking animal except that one of his antlers was broken, and arrived just •in time to helpout the Christmas festivities. A "Merry Christmas" to Bro. Hawley. A pleasant marriage was celebrated at Mr. McCall's Sunday, by which J. E. Paul and May B. McCall were united, Rev. Whitfleld officiating. The relatives only were present. Mr. Paul is one of the county's best teachers, and in every way an estimable young man, and his bride is worthy of him. They began housekeeping at onco in Greenwood, where he has his school. ' When R. B. Warren was in Whitewater, the Esterly Reaper company was just closing up its works for a year under the new trust arrangement. The Esterly company received aid from tho people to start, and in one or two fires since was very materially assisted. Now about 400 families have been driven out of Whitewater for lack of work, and as many more will leave. After a long illness Mrs. John Connors of Lu Verne died last Tuesday and was buried Wednesday in tho cemetery in Algona. Tho funeral was conducted at the Catholic church, Father Mc- Ncary of Livormore attending. Mr. and Mrs. Connors were pioneers in their part of tho county and many friends among tho early settlers extend sympathy to tho surviving husband. The funeral of Thekla Lund was held at tho homo of her parents Thursday at 11 o'clock, Rev. Bowen officiating. Many friends attended the exercises, and followed the remains to the grave. The grief over this untimely death is general, and in their bereavement the parents have the sympathy of all. The little girl was the picture of rosy health, and was in every way a child of great promise. Her sudden death ends a bright and happy life. On Wednesday last, the 17th, occurred the marriage of H, L. Kimball and Miss Hattio M. Walker, at tho residence of the hitter's brother, John K. Walker. Rev. F. M. Smith performed tho marriage ceremony, The bridegroom is a thrifty farmer, living near Burt, and the bride an estimable and accomplisnod young lady. They will live near Burt, and have the best wishes of a host of friends. Sheriff Stephens was in LuVerno last week with attachments on the stock of D. A. Duitman, and as a result an assignment was made. G. W. Hanna is assignee and now has charge of the stock. Tho trouble has come to our old Ramsayito through too much credit, and though ombarrased ho will got through and have something left. His assets are fully enough to cover all liabilities, but he was unable to realize. The Republican editor forgot to come over to line! those "democratic" quotations in our files and got his $25. Ho knew they were not to be found, and confesses to another falsehood. Tho Republican has made many friends for the UPPEK DES MOINES among those who do not accept our views. The Republican will find that honesty is still considered a virtue, and that the want of it is not atoned for by loud professions. Tho criminal docket was cleared up last week- by tho fining of W. Pender, who was indicted by the grand jury for selling beer at Wood's package house, 8BO and costs by 'Squire Clarke. Ho agreed to pay if tho indictment was dismissed, and tho same course was pursued as with Chas. Stewart. The county gets $80 and more, rather than have a prisoner to board out a big fine. The policy of our peace officers is to be commended. Mr. and Mrs. Walter Thomas are making their homo with their daughter, Mrs. E, Tollier. Mr. Thomas came to Humboldt county in the fall of 1858, and for years was the old tavern keeper in the days when Frank Hist ran the stage line, and everybody north'of Fort Dodge was part of the same neighborhood;. He was a well'known flgvu-e to all old settlers, and all will fBgfet t learn that his health lia? seriousl failed. Both he and Mrs. Thomas ar getting old and are ho longer able t take care of themselves, and enjoy th excellent home they now secure. Mfs. T'i M. Clarke of Fentott town ship, who has been an invalid foi* som titoe, died Monday evenihgi The fun eral services are held today at th home and a largo gathering of friend will attend. Mr. and Mrs. Clarke afi early comers in Fenton, and easily won and held the esteem of their aeighbo: for many years. During her long ill ness Mrs. Clarke has had the admihis trations of her family and neighbors and in her death all taourn. Court closed Saturday, a few cases being continued until next term. Thi jury after staying out all night disa greed on two cases, and these will go over for another trial. One of these was a suit brought by Charlie Bronson against Chas. Roupe over a hay con tract, and tho other was the case noted last week of Seeberling and Busafor a mowing machine. In the case broughi by Geo. Carroll against Col. Spencer on a hay deal, the jury found for defend- int. Other matters were attended to, but a big docket is insured again for the March term. Si...,, PERSONAL MOVEMENTS. A cousin of S. S. Sessions visited him ast week. Will F. Walker comes today for a loliday visit. Thos. McDermot comes home this week for his vacation. J. O. Reaver is in Knoxvillo for a ew days visit at his old home. Geo. Johnson after a two week's visit goes back to Minneapolis today. Miss Edith Clarke visits Miss Kamrar at Webster City, for the holidays. Miss Lenette Wilson was up from Des Moines Monday for a brief visit. Clark Pock's son has gone to Hamp- ion for a visit, and to spend tho holidays. Mr. and Mrs. M. B. Chapin went to Minneapolis this morning to visit rela- ives. . E. P. Keith is out to Lake Preston, S. D., for a day's visit and to get his amily. Dr. and Mrs. Ensign start for Cali ornia tomorrow. They will spend the vinter. Misses Jessamine Jones and Cornie ngham came home from Iowa City laturday. Miss Gertrude Clarke arrived from ler school Monday, and joins the holi- ay visitors. Mr. and Mrs. Chas. W. Russell come rom Council Bluffs today to visit at W. I. Ingham's. Mr. and Mrs. H. F. Walston are plan- ing to spend the winter in California. ?hey go soon. Miss Nettie Durnnt is added to. the oil of visiting collegians. She is home rom Grinnel. J. J. Sullivan goes to Iowa City this rook to spend the holidays with. his elatives there. I. J. Bruer of Bancroft started to lalifornia Monday. His sister is there or her health. Misses Ada, Jessie, and Mary Smith 11 returned for their holiday visit Sat- rday morning. Glen. Brunson came up from Inde- endence Saturday to visit his old •iends in Algona. D. H. Hutchlns and a sister of Mrs. lenjamin and A. P. Hall went on their Jalifornia trip last weed. Haswell Ramsey starts for Seattle tomorrow night, to enter E. C. Hughes aw office as stenographer. Misses Josie and Louise McCoy came own from Minneapolis Saturday even- ng for their vacation visit. Prof, and Mrs. Lumbar remain at owa City for the holidays. He is tak- ng a full university course. Charlie Cohinour, stenographer in eo. E. Clarke's law office, is in Pana, .1., for a holiday vacation visit. Geo. C, Call returned from Llano, '"exas, Friday. He found W. C. Dor- ind in good health, and doing a rush- ng business. Mr. and Mrs. A. H. Langdon are ome for tho holidays. Bert shows no ITects of his serious illness, and is as ale and hearty as ever. Fenton's old-time and substantial inner, I. Pettit, and his son are off for two weeks visit in Wisconsin. Bos- obol is their objective point. Cnpt. Smith is enjoying a visit from is nephew, Mr. Barrett of Butte City, [ontana. Mr. Barrett is connected ith an electric light company. S, S. Sessions went over to Mason ity Monday evening to consult H, I. mith about state fair matters. The nnual meeting for the election of offi- ers comes Jan. 13, at Des Moines. Supt. Carey and Prof, Dixson will at- end the State Teachers' convention at Moines. This is the most import- nt educational gathering of the year. J rof, Gilchrist is on the programme for paper. A. L. Goddard and little daughter re back from their visit in the south art of the state. Mr. Goddard goes to Yinneshiok county, but his daughter ill remain with her sister, Mrs. Fred, 'ullor. B. W, Haggard goes to Chicago this •eel: to spend a few days. He will isit his brothers in Milwaukee. Melar is attending school, and Will is in job printing offlco, in which he is lanning to buy un interest. Among tho public school teachers, J rof, Dixson and family spend the va- ation in Des Moines, Miss Maroy has one to her homo in Fairfleld, Miss Cramer visits at Laurens, Miss Whitey goes to Bancroft, and the others ake thoir rest in Algona. Edith Call went to New York ast week to visit with Dr. and Mrs. liore before they leave for England, 'hey sail Jan. Si, and Miss Call gets a leasant week in the oity. Her sister, Jrs. Flora Cowles took her place in the chool room the last two days of the erm. / 'Hoarding. Go to Mrs. S, D. Hamilton's foi\board ith home pwvileges. Town boarders THIS W Now is your golden opportunity to get f YOUR OWN PRICE is M o After this week. See .Carter & Co.'s marvelous bargains before you buy. OLD PO8TOFFICE ROOM. South Side of Broadway Whlttemore, Iowa. Dry Goods. NOTIONS, EEa/tts and Boots and Shoes, Boys' and Men's Bendy-Made GROCERIES, , Crockery & Glassware, CONFECTIONERY, Wood and Willow ware. Produce taken in exchange for goods. HENRY MUNCH. Save Your Hair B Y u timely use of Ayer's Hair Vigor. Tliis preparation has no equal as a dressing. It keeps the scalp clean, cool, and healthy, mid preserves the color, fullness, and beauty of the hair. " I was rapidly becoming bald and crus' ; but after using two or three bottles of Ayer's Hair Vigor my iiair grew thic.'c and glossy and the original color was restored."— Kelvin Aldrichi Canaan Centre, N. H. " Some time ago I lost all my hair in ooiiHerjiieuce of measles, After due waiting, no new growth appeared, I thuu used Ayer'a Hair Vigor and ray hair grew Thick a»d Strong. It has apparently come to stay. The Vicor is ovidontlv a crreat aid to nature." -J. B. Williams, FJoresville, Texas. "I have used Ayer's flair Vigor for the past four or flv« years and find it a most satisfactory dressing for the hair. It is all I could desire, Irolng harmless, causing the hair to retain Its natural color, and requiring but » small quantity to render tho hair easy to arrange."^Mrs. M. A. Bailey, 9 Charles street, Haverhill, Mass. " I have beeu using Ayer's Hair Vigor for several years, and believe that it has caused iny hair to retain its natural color."— Mrs. H- J- JP"g» Dealer in Pry Goods, &c., BishopviUe, Md, Ayer's Hair Vigor, Pr. J. Q. Ayer & pp., Uwell, M»ffc SHERIFF'S SALE. Notice is hereby given that by virtue'.of a special execution to me directed by the clerk of the district court of Koasuth county. Iowa, against the goods, chattels, lands, tenements, etc., of Martha E. Burtis, Gaylord C. Burtis. Geo. W. Hannn, Aultman, Miller & Co., and Famous Manufacturing Co., defendants, in favor of Kossuth County Bank, plaintiff/, I will offer at public sale, to the highest and best bidder for cash, at the door of the court house, in the town of Algona, county of Kossuth, lowaj on the 17th day of January, 1891, between the hours of 0 o'clock a. in. and 4 o'clock p. m. on said day, all of said defendants' right, title, and Interest In and to the following described real estate, situated in Kossuth county, Iowa, to-wit: The southwest quarter of Section No. 20, in Township No. 95, north of Range No. 28 west of the 5th P. M. Sale to commence at 1 o'clock p. m. Witness my hand this 17th day of December, 1800. M. STEPHENS, 38 Sheriff of Kossuth County, Iowa. NOTICE FOE TAX DEED. To AdeliaR. Smith: You are hereby notified that on the 2d day of December, 1885, the following described real estate, situated in the county of Kossuth, and stpte of Iowa, to-wit: The east one-half of the northeast quarter of section number twenty-nine, township number one hundred, range number twenty-nine—was sold by the treasurer of said county to Geo, 0. Call, who is now the lawful holder of the certificate of purchase thereof. That the right of redemption will expire and a deed for said land be made unless redemption from such sale be made within ninety days from the completed service of this notice. Dated this 4th day of December, A. D. 1800. GEO. C. CALL, 37t3 Holder of Certificate, EXECUTOR'S NOTICE. Public notice is hereby given that the undersigned has this day been appointed and commissioned by the district court of Kossuth county, in tho state of Iowa, executor of the estate of Josephine'Krieger, deceased; and all persons having claims against said estate are hereby notified to file them with the clerk of said court, clearly stated and duly sworn to and within legal time, preparatory to their be ing allowed or proved; and all persons owing said estate are requested to make Immediate payment to the undersigned and avoid costs Dated at Algona, Iowa, this 9th day of December, A. D. 1800. BERNARD KRIEGER, 37t3 Executor. G REAT FRENCH REMEDY.-Dr. Le Due's periodical pills from Paris, France, act only upon the generative organs Jn females and positively cure suppression of the menses (from whatever cause) and all periodical troubles peeuliar to women, A safe, reliable remedy, warranted to excite menstruation, or money refunded. 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