tr-v ESTABLISHED 1866. ALGONA, IOWA, WEDNESDAY, MARCH 18, 1891. A r OL. XXV-NO. 51. From Saturday, March 14, 1891, to Saturday, March 21, 1891, inclusive. CAMELLIA TEA. The very highest grade of uncolored Japan team the market. . For this sale only : Our 60 cent grade for 55 cents—in 5 -pound lots.... 50 cents Our <o cent grade for 45 cents—in 5 -pound lots... .43 cents Our 35 cent |rade for 30 cents-in 5 -pound lots... .28 cents Ready for Business! With the largest stock of Spring and Summer Goods in the county. THE NEWS OF THE WEEK. Undertaking and embalming will always receive careful and personal attention. Prices are reasonable. Successor to J. J. Wilson, Office and Yard on Dodge street, south of State, ALGONA, - IOWA. ALEX. WHITE, Agent. Handles the best of all descriptions of New Dress Goods, New White G-oods, New wliite and black Dress Flouncings, New Embroideries and Laces, New Domestic and Imported G-ingliams, New Imported Wash Goods, New Hosiery, Gloves, Handkerchiefs, New Ladies' Spring Jackets New Men's, Boys, and Children's nn HFT T JL JT-L. -L. Peter G. Bulllnpnll was on o of the most public, svirited citizens in Ottumwu, wns a native of Scotland and wns born in Glasgow on tlio tho 8d of March, 1S30. He cnmo to America when seven years of npe mul worked as nn orrnnil boy i" n store ut Ontnrio, Cnnndn. When ho wns cloven years old, ho walked to Chicago, a distance of seven hundred miles, nnd secured n l>osi- Uou as waiter in a hotel. Ho rose rabidly nnd soon secured n good position ns inmmpcr of the Lake house. Tin next traveled through tho south and engaged t>» ''he hotel business in various parts of tho connlry. He settled in Ottumwa In 1858 and engaged in tho hotel business and ninny other cuter- prises. In 180(1 he built tho Unllingnll house, which ho has since remodeled till it, is one of tho finest hotel properties in the state. He was always a democrat in politics and took a leading part in tho affairs of his party. Ho had served in both brunches of tho legislature and was at the time of his death state senator from Wapello county. For several years ho had been president of tho State Hotelkeepers' association, and wns very popular with tho fraternity as well as with all who knew him. Ho wns a much traveled man, having been around the world twice. He was never married. tho state within the past three months. He snys that, he was in tho northwestern part of the state n few days ago and found land that could have been purchased for $12 and $15 per acre a few mouths ago now selling for f 15 nnd $1*. A trip into the neighborhood of Creston, where the blue grass Idea has tflken posession of the people, revealed the fact thnt land there also is held at "stlffor" prices. State Superintendent Sabin has appointed April 24 as Arbor day. Ho has prepared a lino protrrnmmo for tho year. On thnt day school children plant trees and schrub- bery on tho premises. "Gib" Pray, clerk of the supremo court of this stale, is authority for the statement that John V. Stone, attorney general, sold the apple crop on his Mills county farm on tho tree;! lust full fur *s,000. With u few such examples as that Iowa apple lands will soon go up '<> J"in the orange lands of Florida and California. Hero is another opportunity for tho Iowa record breakers. A young son of Mr. and Mrs. Robert Smith, born Feb. ai, 181)1, at, Plniutlokl, Iowa, It is claimed, has more living grandparents than any other child In tho Hawkeyo state-eleven in all. New Men's, Boys,' Ladies' and Children's Which includes everything that is possibly needed for the construction of anything from a picket fence to the very finest residence. WE MEET ALL COMPETTTHORL Come and give us a chance to figure your Ulls, and we ivillprove that this is not merely idle tallc. • New Men's, Boys' and Children's Hats! New Carpets We invite the public, old and young, to see our new goods. Your obedient servant, JNO. GOEDERS JR. The Stato Business Mens 1 association of Iowa has between 0,000 and 7,000 members and tho organization IB daily increasing in number. Tho secretary states that ho ex- poets to have ten thousand or more enrolled by 181)3. Will Wells, editor of tho Alton Democrat, had a hearing Inst week before United Stales Commissioner Henderson for violation of tho postal laws. About tho now year Mr. AVells announced a prize drawing and gave each of his subscribers n ticket good for ono chance In the rnlllo. In his issue of Jan. 10 ho published tho result and it was upon this that complaint wns made with tho authorities at Washington. Ai'tci 1 tho hearing of tho evidence Mr. Wells was bound over to tho United States grand Jury. The Seaboard for tlio current week says that Austin Corbln will establish tho llnost trans-Atlantic steamship lino between this country and Kuropo by building eight 13,000 ton, all-Amoricnn steamships capable of attaining u speed of 24 miles per hour, to run from Montauk Point, L. I., to Mil ford Haven, England, in livo days. This is a result of tho passage of tho postal subsidy bill. Within two years' time it is expected that tho llnost ships of this lino will bo in eomniision and will bo tho llnost ships over built in tho world, tho onggrogato cost amounting to twelve million dollars. A Davenport, man whose- proficiency at liddledy winks gave him the lumby prize sat down and vented bis disgust as follows: Tiddledy winks is the title of the latest fool game. It is played with tlddledums which are 11 red with u linger Into a wink cuspidor. Uach player has a few diddle- dnms, a deukllity ami a dingus. Tnko a wink, put It on u dingus, then snap the wink from the dingus Into the wink pot. If you succeed you are entitled to a dellk!dlt v y anil for every wink you jump into the wink pot from the dmnlnkoi-dumdornin, you count a detlkkilty, and continue so to operate tinkle- winkle upon tho pollywoigthero until tho pots so curried shall equal the total and the linpwop multiplied by tlio putorluk turn and added to the contents of the wlnklofuidar- iums. The less brains you have tho better you play. Andrew Schissel of Iowa City, n widower of 75 years, has missed the delights of lingering courtship In his second mnrriago, for ho met, wooed and won his present wife in live minutes. Two weeks ago Saturday ho presented himself at the kitchen door of Adam Mueller, of his town, nnd Introduced himself to Mrs. Kessler, a widow of 4fi there at work. She wns u late arrival from Indiana, " J. wish a wife," Mr. Schissel said to tho widow. " Yes sir," she responded. "Will you marry moi" "Yes sir." In his ardor tho aged widower desired the wedding ceremony to bo performed right away. Tlio widow wanted to wait until she got her employer's housework straightened up. The mtirrlago look place tho following Monday. At Walker the vote on county uniformity of school books stood 08 to seven in favor. Shellshurg elected two women as school lircctors, Mrs. S. A, 131xby and Miss Emma Blackburn. . At 6, 7, 7Yz, and 8 per cent., on five to ten years' time, with privilege of partial payments before due. Interest can be paid at my office. Save money by calling on me before>you apply for a loan. J". "<v7s7"- You can buy Boots and Shoes cheap, :' ! next door to the postoffice. W. F. CARTER. Col. Chus. A. Clarke thinks Cleveland not available as presidential candidate and would prefer a man from tho northwest. In his opinion tho nominee should como from tho northwest in recognition of tho work of democracy in currying flvo states which have hitherto boon conaidorod hopelessly republican. Cleveland's letter on tho silver question cuts no figure either one way or tho other. His position on that question was well understood before ho wrote that letter, which will only result in making those friendly to him more friendly, and those opposed to him moro active in their opposition. ________ Mr. Pratt wns defeated for mayor of What Cheer by llfty-flvo majority, because ho would not pledge himself to tho saloon crowd and their Interest. They got out a wicked report that Mr. Pratt attended tho M. E. church, and said that if ho was elected ho would close every saloon in ono month. Since tho election Mr. Pratt in a published card, denies tho "foolish yarn," so wo infer that ho had not intended to close tho saloons if elected, Tlio saloon seems to bo pretty solid at What Cheor. Since people have to die wo wonder that heaven don't first kill oft the menu ones, says Sam Clarke. Such follows for in- stnnco as that old man who with his wife nnd livo stock was moving in South Dakota last week. The Sioux City Journal says that when the northbound freight train stopped ut Woonsockot tho other morning tho train hands found an old woman nearly seventy yours old in a box cur with some livo stock and household goods. She was nearly frozen and had to ho carried into tho caboose, whore her husband sat warm and comfortable by tho stove. She hud a first- class ticket from Mitchell to EllondnlOj but, tho old man niudo her go In tho freight car looking after the household goods and his live stock. . Milk Cans, Churns, Riverside Stoves, Stoves and Ranges " Quick Meal" Gasoline Stoves, Agents for tno 6 NEVER RUST TINWARE, callaua get p Election is Over! So is High Prices for Stoves! I have a full line of Cooks and Heaters, among which Is The Famous Round Oak, Standing at tiie head of the soft coal burners. 1@&~ I shall meet all competition, oa b selling at bottom prices, Take one! C3-. Cloths and Trimmings. J. K. FILL & SON, Merchant Tailors A full stock of cloths and tx-lmralngs always kept ou hand, and furnished at as low rates as can be bought elsewhere. All work done promptly. WE GUARANTEE SATISFACTION. Come and see us before placing your order, will be to your advantage. F. L. PARISH'S Hardware and Tin Shop. Special attention given to all kinds of repairing, including Guns, Pumps, and Gasoline Stoves, TOLOAtl OB Farm Propny. At lowest rates and optional payments. Interest payable at our office. If you want a loan, call on us. We can save you money. JONES & SMITH. 7. 0. PEALER IN REAL ESTATE, Lands bought and sold on commission. Par tlcular attention given to care and sale of rea estate in Koasuth and adjoining counties. Agt for German Ins. Co., Freeport, 111. Passage tickets to old countries at lowest rates. Railway Commissioner Luko uttered tlio whole truth wboii bo said lately: "No ono from Iowa can rldo over tho country between Chicago and Washington and return to our state without fooling thankful that his homo is hero, and bettor satisfied than over that wo have really tho best state between hero and tho Atlantic seaboard." Clotlioa Am also prepared to put in furnaces and do plumbing uuil gas-pipe fitting I AND IRON AND TIN ROOFINC, Prompt attention will be given to all work In iny Hue. Shop south of court house. F- 3-. Tho board of regents have elected J. J. McConnel, Esq., superintendent of tho Atlantic schools, to tho chair of pedagogy at tho Iowa State university—tho chair made vacant by tho resignation of Prof. Cooper. The Dos Moinos Capital says: "Tho regents have made u wise choice. Supt. McConuol is one of tho ablest educators in Iowa. Ho is under forty years of ago, has had large experience us u school manager, and is just tho man for tho place. He is u graduate of tho university and is also 0110 of tho regents." DO YOIT WANT AN AUCTIONEER? AUCTIONEER, Will cry city and farm property, make collections, etc. All business of a private nature strictly confidential. Office with F. M. Taylor, over Howard's. A young vvorkinginun in Dubucjuo bought a, colored shirt. In tearing off tho tag ho discovered a note sowed therein, requesting the purchaser to correspond with the maker of the shirt in a Now Jersey manufacturing town. She said she wus working for starvation wages and hoped to find a home and a husband when she could be happy. Henry Wallace, the editor of tuo Homestead, ig authority for the stateint nt that farm lands in Iowa have advanced from $9,60 to *$ per aero on an average ull over The KlcknvooH Arc Coming. Ono of Houly & Bigolow's Kiokapoo Indian Medicine companies will arrive hero March 2!! and remain two weeks, giving free ontortivlnniontH with change of programme nightly. Tho party in- eludcH Dr. Goo. Pardy, manager; Tony DoLoBH, juggler and acrobat; thoEckor Brothers, comedians, vocalists, and dancers; performers: Chief Black Horse, Standing Heal, Grey Kaglo Eye, Indians. Tho company comes from Esthorvillo, whoro thoy have been showing for tho past throo weeks to crowded houses, and performing many euros with their famous Kickapoo Indian medicines. Remember, tho doctor does not handle euro-alls, but can euro certain diseases arising from certain causes; therefore every bottle or pack- ago of medicine sold by him is sold on a positive guarantee, to do just what, ho says it will, or money will bo refunded. Komombor tho date. Doors open at 7 p. m., performance commencing at 8 p, in. All aro cordially Invited to attend, and have a good laugh. Tlio McCormick Machine, Mr. J. II. Jones will sell tho McCormick harvesting machines this year. Ho tolls us that tho McCormick company aro obliged to make at tho rate of ono complete machine every minute of tho clay in order to supply their world- widu demand—tho McCormiok being almost as well known on tho steppes of Russia, the plains of tho Danube, and in tho winter harvests of tho southern hemisphere, Australia, South America, and South Africa, as it is here. Mr. Jones also showed us a fac-simile of tho Gold States niedaillo which the McCormiclc " Machine of Steel" won at the groat universal exposition trials hold at Vienna last summer. The McCormick catalogue, which, by tho way, ho keopa for gratuitous distribution, is a work of art and will repay careful reading, while tho lithographic posters of tho historic battle of the Monitor 'and Mammae is the finest thing wo have ever seen published. When wo take into consideration the fact that tho McCormick company sold 105,468 machines in 1890, the popularity of their harvesters and mowers and the capacity of their mammoth works affords an interesting subject for content plation. __ _ Nollco of Dissolution. The firm of Ray & Philps has b«pn dissolved by mutual consent. Parti 68 owing the firm must settle on or before April 1 next, or the accounts will be left for collection. JOHN BAY, 51t2 To RENT — House, live rooms. J, E. Stacy.
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