The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa on June 24, 1891 · Page 1
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ESTABLISHED 1866. ' ALGONA, IOWA, WEDNESDAY, JUNE 24, 1891. VOL. XXVI-NO. 13. SUMMER CLOTHING, COOL CLOTHING, Ice Cream Coats and Vests Found at Taylor's, also underwear in Gauze, Cotton, and wool. Jean drawers just what you know you want for this hot weather, and the cost so little, and the extra comfort you will have after putting on a Summer Coat and Vest, and some of our nice light gauze shirts and drawers, you will be x real glad its hot, Coats and vests for men at $1. up to $10. Also a nice line of BOYS' HOT DAY COATS AND VESTS at 75 cents to $3. You may want a nice cool cashmere shirt, we have them, also straw hats. You can get just what you are looking for in cool goods. Coats and Vests, sizes from 34 to 44, Gauze Shirts 34 to 44. You can't help but get a fit. From now until after the Fourth we will sell all odd lots in clothing at a BIG CUT IN PRICES. We have had the largest spring trade on clothing we ever had, and of course many lines are broken. Just as good if you can get a fit, j i~and you can in some of them. Yours to please, .*«*»• SPECIAL :-: SALE nvc •OIF- •<:.i' O-003DS: Windsor Ties, Ladies' and Children's Lace Collars, White aprons, Shirts, Handkerchiefs, Ladies' Black Lace ties, Ladies' Colored silk ties, Ladies' White Mull ties, Ladies' chimesetts, Ladies' blouse waists, Men's night shirts, all the above goods will be sold at once at wholesale prices. THE BEST BARGAINS ever offered in the northwest. We also have a large lot of remnants which we will sell REGARDLESS OF COSTI We will also sell our large stock of clothing at a discount -during this month, We invite every one to call in and see the many bargains. Yours truly, JNO. GOEDERS JR. PROFESSIONAL DIRECTORY. «'"»^-X^' 1 ^XX».-Nrf'* k >-^«fcX"vXV^-^^*-S^ 1 S^-^-N^.^^ - ^^^^>-^ J ^x-^^->i w , GEO. E. CLARKE, ATTORNEY AT LAW. Office over First National bank, Algoun. la. W. B. QUARTON, ATTORNEY AT LAW. Over Kossuth County bunk, Algonn, Io\vn. E. H.. CLARKE, ATTORNEY AT LAW. Collection agent. Over Kossuth Co. bank. DANSON BROS., ATTORNEYS AT LAW. Loans and collections. Over Frank Hros. S. S. SESSIONS, ATTORNEY AT LAW. Prompt collections Money to lonu on chattel security. Ch-e. ChrlHclillles' M,on>. L. K. GARFIELD, M. D., PHYSICIAN AND SURGEON. Oftlce. Stato »t., one iloov east or Cordlngloy Resilience. . IcC .•• o ,st.. or t oC tiiu pujt'e school sliding. H. C. McCOY, M. D., PHYSICIAN AND SURGEON. Special attention to city priictlce. MORSE & PRIDE, PHYSICIANS AND SURGEONS, Office east of Rutherford house, Algoua, Iowa. O. T. WEST, M. D., PHYSICIAN AND SURGEON. Next door to J. O. Smith's store, Algunn, In. J. E. HILL, M. D., PHYSICIAN AND SURGEON. Wesley, Io\vr.. Di'.y r.tul nljjht calls attended to wlt.i • M'omtnesH. T. J. FELLING, M. D., PHYSICIAN AND SURGEON. Consultation In English and German. Ofllco and residence over II. O'oetseh's store, Whlttomore, Iowa. DR. GEO. J. HOLTFOERSTER, PHYSICIAN AND SURGEON. West Hand, Iowa. Special attention to diseases of the skin. Fits, epilepsy, etc., cured. BANKING INSTITUTIONS. Kossuth County Bank, CAPITAL ............................... 850,000 Incorporated under general lawn of Iowa. Deposits received, money loaned, foreign and domestic exchange lioivjht and sold. Collections niada promptly, and a gono'iil banking business transacted. Pi>«;sa?o tickets lo or from the old countries sold at lowest rates. WM. II. ING HAM .................... President r. B. JONES .................... Vice President LEWIS H. SMITH ...................... Cashier Directors— Win. H. Ingham, John G. Smith, J. B. Jones, T. Chrischilles, Lewis H. Smith, J. W. Wadsworth, Barnet Devlne. The First National Bank O3T CAPITAL ............................... 850,000 Special attention given to collections. AMHHOSK A. CALL ................. President P. H. IIUTCHINS .............. Vice President J. C. BLACKFORI) ..................... Cannier Directors— Ambrose A. Call, D. II. Hntchlns, J. C. Blackford, Philip Donveller, Win. K. Feruson, A, D. Clarke, C. B. Hutchlns. Money always on hand to loan at reasonable rates to parties furnishing first-class security. FARMERS' AND TRADERS' BANK, R. M. Richmond ..................... President K. K. Richmond ................. Vlco President A. B. Richmond ........................ Cashier Transacts a general banking business. Collections a specialty. Money t..msf erred to all parts o' the United States and Europe at low rates. Tickets to u ad from the old country for sale. Taxes paid ?oi- residents i'.nd non-residents. Abst. actor title furnished on tho same day applied for. DEALER IN REAL ESTATE. Loan and Insurance Ag't and Notary FuWla. 30,000 acres of prairie lands and improved farms for si'.:e ov rent. Village property for sale o; § ..'ent. Now Js t'le time to secure you a Liorae befove t :ce p; ospeutlva railroads are Ijujlt, whlc'.i vr'.h iMlViiuce the price of land beyond the reae.i o; tje average home-seeker. COMMERCIAL HOUSE, Bancroft, Iowa, B. M. Illehiuond, proprietor. Flrst-cla::s hou o. Satisfaction guaranteed. Special attention to the traveling public. State Bank of Bancroft , IO"W.A.. AUTHORIZED CAPITAL ............ $100,000 Incorporated under general laws of Iowa. Transacts a general banking business. Money loaned, foreign and domestic exchange bought and sold, collections :v specialty. Real estate loans procured and insurance furnished. Notes purchased. Large list of wild lands and improved farms for sale and rent. S. T. MESERVEY .................... President B. N. BBUEB .................. Vice President CHAS. B. MOBEHOUSE ............... Casliler Directors— G. S. Rlngland, B. T. Meservey, R. N. Braer, J. B. Johnson, 0. Kowiund. gHOBT-FOBM_MOBTGAGES- Tbe best for chattel work. Always In stock at the Upper pesJlQtaesQftw. ^ THE NEWS OF THE WEEK, By a recent decision of the Iowa su prctno court it is hold (Justices Granger and Robinson dissenting) that tho lien for personal properly taxes imposed on real estate by section 805 of tho code is superior to liens of individuals previously acquired on such real estate. How this may affect money loanors on real estate is illustrated by tho Monticello Express: A merchant having stock of goods valued, say at $20,000, desires a loan of $(100 or $800 on a lot or farm worth $1,000. Tho taxes on por- onal property are no lion thereon. Now tho merchant may, just before taxes arc due, becomo insolvent and be compelled to sell his goods to pay his indebtedness. Under the Iowa decision the taxes on tho stock of goods become a lion on tho farm or lot superior to any mort- gagee's interest and the mortgagee might, as a result, bo out several hundred dollars. And one procuring a loan on real estate security may, subsequently, becomo possessed of a large amount of personal property, tho taxes on which mny become a lien on real estate mortgaged. Tho fifth annual corn palace festival will bo hold in Sioux City, Oct. 1 to 17, 180.1, inclusive. A maro belonging to .T. 11. Letts of Poplar Grove farm, near Webster City, .Iroppod a colt last Sunday night that lad a well developed udder as largo as i. man's list. When Mr. Letts llrst saw ho colt ho thought it had been ruptured, but a close examination proved that tho supposed lump was a porfeot udder, with teats from which a natural flow of milk was secured. Tho jolt is as lively as a cricket, and apparently as well and vigorous as tho avor- igo colt of its ago. Mr. Letts, although i horso raiser of many years' experience, declares this is tho llrst lime ho over saw a case of this kind. Judge Hubbard of Cedar Rapids has •efusod $00,000 for his horso, Aegan. Tho Des Moinos Capital says Gov. Gear, when ho entered politics, was vorth $100,000; when tho governor vent out ho was worth nothing except ris homestead, and there is still a largo nortgago on that, which tho ox-governor will undoubtedly proceed to ro- novc by business energy, for ho has never failed to make his way when out )f office and attending to business. All vho have soon tho governor lately say hat ho does not look a day older than 10 did 15 years ago, and so far as those of his friends in Iowa are concerned •hoy hope ho may continue to look 'outhful for a quarter of a century noro, and that his example may bo allowed by many young men who are lisposod to complain because tlioro is no job in sight that suits them. Another honor has como to an Iowa •oung man, in tho form of an honor- .blo appointment. Mr. John D. Jordan if Dos Moinos has just boon appointed jlork of tho appellate court of the United States, just organized at St. Louis. All tho notarial commissions in Iowa xpiro on July 4, 1891. A groat many >f them have not yet sont in their renewals, and will neglect to do so until ho day of expiration, when they will find themselves unable to take ac- cnowledgments, and their business will /hereby bo inconvonionced. Horoto- 'oro Bomo of thorn have forgotten or neglected it for several days after J uly 4, and meantime administered an oath iO some one, which was illegal. The Des Moinos Piano company have ilready laid tho corner-stone and found- ition of thoir business, which continues to grow as tho public find out thoir nannor and methods of treating their Nitrons. A Dos Moines man has invented a aew typo-writing machine. It has two systems of typo and two letters can bo itruck together. A factory will be built in Dos Moines. The machine does much faster work than the present ones. Tho fourth annual convention of tho association of Iowa doaf mutes was lold at Council Bluffs last week. This .ssociation was organized in Des Moines nine years ago by about a dozen deaf mutes. Two years later it came together again in Des Moines. In the mean- Ime its membership had grown to about 50. Now there are more than 150 members. An interesting event last week was ;ho letting loose of a trio of currier pigeons at Mason City. They were shipped there from Milwaukee by express with instructions that the agent ihould let them loose at 7 o'clock Friday morning. This Charley Barber did, from his residence on the corner of Washington and Fourth streets. The >irds were reluctant to leave the dark cage in which they had been shipped, and had to be taken out, and were not ed Ipr a dny or so, This was in accord- with the instructions of the parties in Milwaukee. On being taken out the pigeons made a circle or two around the sky and then started out, like a arrow, duo east. They reached their destination at 4 o'clock the next morning. Tho parties in Milwaukee believe that the birds would have made the (light in less time had they had more rest before starting. An oatmeal company has been organ- i/ed at Mason City and will bo incorporated under the laws of the state with ft capital of $M,000. Tho most modern and approved machinery will bo put in the four story stone mill at Hock Falls. H. Smith, president of the First National bunk, will take a half interest. Win. Walk got a flowing well at 45 feet, on his farm live miles south of Corwith. It is claimed that the champion family of Iowa is living on a farm near Now Hartford. There are 20 living children, Robert Parkard and wife bo- Ing the father and mother of this numerous tribe. Tho llrst of the olTspringH is a man now -I!) years of ago, is married rind lives on a ofann adjoining his parents. The other 128 are single and livo under the parental roof. There is only one girl among the number. Tho first shild was born alone. Tho next flvo births wore triplets, and the remainder ire sots of twins. Tho Iowa Stato university has.807 students this year. Of these 800 are in ,ho regular collegiate department, 158 .n the law department, 144 in the mcdi- uil, 44 in the homeopathic medical, 109 n the dental and 44 in the pharmaceutical department. Tho professors and nslructors number 77. Gen. Schofleld, commamlcr-in-ohief jf the United Stales armies,d was mar- •iod last Thursday to Miss Georgia Kilbourne of Kookulc. Gen. Schollold s past 70 and Miss Kilbourne is 24. Capt. Head, president of the Iowa Stale Agricultural society, has slruelc i now lead for the coming slalo fair, which promises well. II is proposed to sot up a dynamo and light the fair rounds by night with electricity. I'liirty-two candle power lighls will bo )laeed 100 foul apart in thu streets, and ill the buildings will bo furnished with )lonty of smaller lamps. The racetrack and amphitheatre will bo bril- iantly lighted and races run at night is in the day. It will be a novelty, and ho night shows promise to bo more generally patronized than ,thone of the lay by the people of the city, for it will )o cooler and business will bo closed at their olllces. Bishop Perry of Davenport, who was njurod recently by falling over some obstructions placed on the government jridgo by the Lassig Bridge company, las sued the latter for $.'1,000 damages. THE OQTJNTY OONVENTIONS. topulilIciuiH anil J>om<>criitH ChoHO DeletjiitoH to tho State Conventions. The republican county convention to iclect delegates to tho state convention net Friday, and was attended from all mrts of the county. Goo, W. Hunmi was chosen chairman, and C. E. Oloson secretary. A committee was appointed to present a list of delegates, and .ho following wore reported and elected: "jardnor Cowlos, C. B. Matson, J. M. Parley, S. Mayno, I, P. Harrison, Wra, 3odds, and Thou Gray. Tho stale convention meets J uly 1 , at Cedar Rapids. At tho close of tho convention B. F, iloed was chosen chairman for tho com- ng year, and will make an efficient and vigorous manager of the fall campaign, The democratic convention was hold Wednesday. J. J. Wilson was chosen chairman and D. A, Ellis secretary, ind the following delegates wore named ,o attend tho state convention which is icld at Ottumwa today: A. Ruthor- ord Jr., P. T. Ferguson, J. G.Graham, J. Casey, E. Chrischilles, Nate Studer, f. R. Keller, W. P. Giddings, Phil. Jorweiller, J. J. Wilson, P. J. Marty, • Dyson, C. L. Lund, F. W, Kinney. County Toucher Items, Miss Alma Chronholm has been elected to a position in tho Algona schools and she is deserving of this Her excellent scholarship has )een attained by her own oiYorts, and icr strong desire to become a good .eacher has always made conscientious service to her patrons a pleasure to herself. We predict for her a successful year's work. Wo found Miss Emma Gilbert with tho cleanest, neatest and most orderly school room of any wo have visited .his year. The Irvington school and some of the Seneca schools have been ilosed on acount of diphtheria. We jolieve, with the state board of health, .hat the schools should not be closed. Their instructions are, " Don't close the school. By so doing a great wrong is inflicted upon the well. The sick should be quarantined and neither the teacher nor the pupils allowed to visit them. _ _^ FOR the annual meeting of the National Educational association, to be held at Toronto, the O. M, & St. P. By, *wil\ sell special excursion tjiokete, My } to 18, inclusive, at (are one way foj* round trip plus f2.-18t2. * ^

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