The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa on September 7, 1892 · Page 1
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Algona, Iowa
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Wednesday, September 7, 1892
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ESTABLISHED 1866, 33. ALGONA, IOWA, WEDNESDAY, SEPTEMBER 7, 1892. VOL. XXVIMSTCX 24. CONSOLIDATED SHOWS , ZMIenag-erie, Egyptian Caravan, and Trained Animal Exposition. A STUPENDUOUS CONSOLIDATION OF 5 - COMBINED :: SHOWS - 5 Coming in all their vast entirety. $100,000 invested. 300 Men, Women and Horses. §1,000 daily expenses. Positively The Only Big Show Coming This Season ! A herd of African and Asiatic Elephants. Two Continent Assemblage of Camels and Dromedaries. A countless array of Massive Dens, and an endless variety of Gilded Cages. Veritably a Zoological Garden on Wheels. European circuses contribute their brightest stars. A centralization of America's foremost performers. The Jolly Sons of Momus.- Our new Fall and "Winter goods are coming in every day, such as Dress G-oods, Flannels, Wash G-oods, Blankets, Shawls, Yarns, eta Also our new stock of Ladies,' Misses' and Children's Cloaks and Jackets are all in, and we especially invite the ladies to call and see them, as we have the largest and best line ever shown in this market, Clotliiri Our large stock of Men's, Boys' and Children's Suits, Overcoats, Pants and Fur Coats is coming on every train. In this department we don't take a back seat in prices, styles, or quality. © Hats, Caps, Gloves, • Mitts, Trunks, Valises, Boots and Shoes—a full line of all the above goods, Don't fail to call and see them. Carpets, Curtains, Bugs, and Drapery are on the* road and will be in soon. Wait and see them before you purchase. Yours truly, JNO. GOEDERS JR. Altogether offering a wealth of enjoyment and a programme of impossible feats and features without a parallel. TO THE FARMER and all lovers of the noble horse: Do not miss this opportunity of a' lifetime.. Come and take plenty 1 of time to inspect our stables on the show grounds. Polite and attentive grooms will show you the Arabian steeds, Kentucky thoroughbreds, Shetland ponies, Clydesdale and Percheron draft horses on exhibition with these monster shows, FREE OF CHARGE. A Holiday for the Rich and Poor Alike! Two performances daily. Doors open at 1 and 7 p. m. Performances begin at 2 and 8 p. m. Admission, adults, ---Children under 10 years of age, ticket admits to all. goc. 250. Will exhibit at Algona, September 14. LATEST STYLES IN Staple and Fancy Glassware, Just received at The Grange Store. S We shall soon move to new quarters, but while we remain at the old stand shall give some startling bargains in SHOES. "We are going to close them out, and will give Fifty per cent Off COUNTY BOABD MEETING. The September Session Ijuruoly Devoted to New Roads and Bridges. All the members of tho board were iresent the regular session. ?he business was largely routine. J. O. Rawson is committee to build a 12 foot bridge over Four Mile creek on outh line of 19-96, 29. The following report of the soldiers' relief commission for the year ending Aug. 1, 1892, was received: Amount in fund, Sept. 1, 1801 a 83004 Pax of 1801 347 00 Cost Now if you want bargains come in and see us before they are all gone. LANGDON & HUDSON. -W. L. Joslyn, ITUISXLS IFletlx, DEALERS IN REAL ESTATE, Office over ffalbraith's store. ^QUICK Sherwin-Williams paint, White lead, and oil. Fence wire, Builder's Hardware, Steel Roofing, We have just received FARM OANS. Having secured the agency of the New England Loan and Trust Company, ° ur new Fall and Winter clothing. New dress goods, new cloaks and jackets, new hats and caps, new paterns in carpets, new novelties of all kinds, Which we are selling At bottom prices. We are agents for Butterick's patterns. Mail orders will receive prompt attention. . L GAIMTH & CO. I am now prepared to make farm 1 , time at the lowest possible rate, with prmlei «umts before due. Oifice ov* Ch ^% ESSION S, THE ALGONA SUPPLY HOUSE Will furnish you anything in the line of CREAMERY:: SUPPLIES, Prices guaranteed. Send your orders when In need oX anything, and they will be attended w promptly. 0, S. IWBSKPt H. A. SESSIONS, Dealer in both granite and marble Monuments s Headstones ALGONA, IOWA. Satisfaction guaranteed In all cases. Total fund 81,107 04 Disbursements for year * Oil 24 Amount on hand and to be collected.. 5SG 70 We recommend that a levy of 1-10 mill be made for 1802. Signed L. A. Sheetz, T. H. antry. The consent highway near Bancroft asked by Furstenberg to be relocated was granted. An appropriation of $120 was made or a grade on south line of 35, 36-94, 28 asked by Henry Curran. L. D. Lovell reported on building a >ridge at foot of King's hill in Irvington township and G. H. Peters was appointed to build it. The following petitions were laid over: Hatch, Farley and others for >ridge on south line of 4-95, 30; for bridge on north line of 26-98, 27; for grade on south line of 23-,96, 27; of C. . Oleson for grade between 11 and 1297, 27. J. O. Rawson was appointed to build a 48-foot bridge on north line of 34-94, 30; also to do grading on south line of 7-96, 30. also to build an overflow bridge on north line of 34-96,30; and do grad- .ng; also to rebuild the Dau bridge on southeast corner of 8-96, 30; also to jrade on south line of southeast of 19)6, 30; also to report on grade on east ine of ne of 16-95, 30; also to report on bridge on east line of 31-94, 29; also an overflow bridge on north line of said section; also on grade between 10, 1196, 30. G. H. Peters was appointed a committee to build a bridge across Blue Earth river between 6 and 7-99, 27; also to do grading on north line of ne of 16 100, 27; also to build bridge over Blue Earth river on south line of 13-99, 28, and do grading- a i so t 0 do grading on south line of 8-98, 28. H. C. Hollenbeck was appointed committee to do grading on northeast corner of 34-96, 27; also to view and report on additional span to the bridge on east line of 8-96, 28; also to view and report on grade on east line of so of 196, 28; also to report on grade on 3498,28. J. Holtz was appointed committee to grade between 28, 29-97, 30, as soon as petitioners ditch the. road. Claim of W. W. Wilson for rebate of taxes no allowed. A bill of Campbell & Reynolds laid over for explanation. Following is the tax levy for the year: State, 2 mills; county, 3i mills poor, 1 mill; bridge, 3 mills; county school, 1 mill; insane, 7-10 mill; soldier's relief, 1-10 mill; county poll, 50 cents; dog tax, 50 cents; female, $1. BIO BARGAINS. Julius Pletli Has Some Big Bargains to Offer, Only hotel now doing a good business in town of 500 or 600 inhabitants in Kos suth county. Lots, hotel, and barn, (as good as new,) and all the furniture for only $3,500, will exchange for farm o 160 acres in this county. Here is a rare opportunity for some one to go into a business that will net him a good year ly income rain or shine. Eighty acres, of which 60 are now under cultivation. Good house, barns nice grove, only four miles from Algo na, worth $30 per acre. Will tak house and lot in Algona worth from $1,200 to $1,500 a« pavt pay. I am now prepared to make farm loans from five to eight years at 7i and seven per cent, interest, no commission For these bargains write or call on JULIUS PUSTH, Algona, Iowa. Office over Galbraith's store. THE WEEFS IOWA NEWS, The old brick state capital, standing- south of the present one, burned last Wednesday. The old state house was milt in 1850 and first occupied in 1867 by the general assembly of this then oung state. It was erected by an 101* n-ovement company as a speculation or the purpose of getting the capital ocated in Des Moines. J. B. Stewart, Stewart Goodrell, James Williamson, Scott and others had a hand in the en- erprise, and were nearly ruined by it, jut were afterwards partially reimbursed by the state. The building was iriginall'y built by John Hyde, and was 'emodeled, reroofcd, and anew founda* ion put in by S. A. Robertson in 1873. Within its precincts fifteen general as- ernblios held sessions, regular and ox. It witnessed the legislation of the var time, the election of Grimes and ther distinguished senators, the in- uguration of many famous governors, ho capture of Auditor Brown by tho nilitin, and other stirring events of owa history. It was vacated eight 'ears ago in favor of tho fine now cap- tol and has since been an excrescence, ind was recently doomed to demolition o give way to tho proposed soldiers' nonuniont. Tho executive council had •cfused an otter of §5,000 for tho build- ng and grounds. Tho state librarians held a big and uccoBsful meeting at Des Moinos last tveek. The Sioux City Journal says that ho Pullman Sleeping Car company, hrough tho railway companies over vhose lines its cars run, has at last commenced to pay taxes. For seven 'ears in Iowa tho taxes have been do- inquent, and the present payment therefore involves a large amount of accrued penalties. The taxes have >een paid in Polk county, and this is . ,aken to indicate that the fight on the mrt of tho company is abandoned and .hat soon the amounts due in each county will be settled. This is a, great ictory for the state, and is particular- y gratifying to the attorney general, John Y Stone. Atlantic claims the largest corn canning factory in the world. It will pack 2,000,000 cans this year. A queer appliance in dairy machinery at the state fair was the "cow milker," a machine for milking cows, owned by Hoover & Jay of Hubbard, !owa. The machine was closely inspected by every visitor, and a new lope lighted up the countenances of nany Iowa men and women. Mr. 3!oover, the patentee, learning that there was a Register man in the hall, approached him with a demand for 110,000. He explained that as a care- "ul reader of the weekly Register for many years, he noticed at one time in 1888 a proposition from Father Clarkson offering tho above amount to anyone who would invent a machine that would milk a cow quicker than a six- mpntha-old calf. This offer he had lipped from the Register, and today is sanguine over the success of his unique and wonderful invention. The machine works by an air exhauster, which "urnishes tho power of double suction, which creates continuous suction. Power can be had by means of steam, electric, horse, etc. One horse power s sufficient to milk fifty cows. The system provides for an iron pipe of whatever length desired, with rubber lose connections. These connections are attached to aa air-tight bucket, which is strapped to the cow. From ;he bucket four small pieces of rubber iubes, teat cups which, when placed, the machine starts, and the milk flows. The republican state central commit- ;ee has arranged for three speeches in towa by Gov. McKinley, and five from Son. J. C. Burrows. Hon. Ben But- ;erworth will also be in the state, speaking four times. Burrows will speak at Eldora and Mt. Pleasant, Wm. Murray of Belle Plaino has commenced suit in the superior court ;o recover $90,000 of the Chicago and Northwestern road. His petition states that from 1875 to 1891 he was shipping bogs, cattle, and grain from Belle Plaine to Chicago, on which the road charged him $25 more per car than it charged other shippers, notably the Burlington road, and thereby took from him $90,000 more than was due, and which he now seeks to recover. Tho case comes up in September and will probably be taken at once to the federal court. It is attracting much interest, especially among shippers, and will be closely followed to the end, Gov. Boies will open the democratic campaign at Missouri Valley next week Thursday. At a reunion of the Delaware County Veteran association, held Wednesday at Manchester, tho platform erected for the speaker gave way and all those who occupied it fell a distance of ten feet. Col. D. B. Henderson, the principal speaker, sustained severe injury in the only leg he has. He made his speech, but was compelled to finish it sitting in a chair. He came to Dubuque Tuesday evening, and was unable to fulfill his engagement at Richardsville on Thursday. He will be laid up for some time. At Goo, 15. Marble's, Hurt. We intend to move into our new store soon, where we will have more and better room. I heartily thank my friends in Burt and vicinity for the very liberal patronage given me, and hope with increased facilities to be able to serve you better. We have some bargains to offer that are worth your while to look at. I am here to sell goods as low as possible, but will not buy cheap, shoddy goods. One hundred nice presents for the first one hundred ladies who call on us in our new store, GEO. B. MARBLE, 85 Burt, Iowa, WE have a lot of new and nobby patterns ia Brussels and Ingrain cnrpetj. Goo. I,. Galbruilh & Co.

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