The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa on November 16, 1892 · Page 5
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Algona, Iowa
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Wednesday, November 16, 1892
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AND DEPARTURE OF TRAINS, fltlCAOO, MILWAUKEE 4 ST. PAUL. eg.— East—Pass.— ...0:02 a m No. 2 10:24a m ' ".4:37ptnNo. 4 »»-..'»,«a.»£&.:.: *lE^ins«:: 9:30 p m .ll:55pm . 2:30 p m .12.115am CHICAGO A NORTHWESmX. 8:18 ft ID 3:31pm :00 am South- Pass Mixed Freight. 2:83 pin 6:07pm 10:00 am MOINKS- ALGONA, IOWA, WEDNESDAY, KQVEMBEH 16, 1892. ^^Mli--iffi-- . ' ' .... - - —.. .-:....-...-, -...^.^.^^ --,-.• ...,. T -..-. J ....-.^-.~..- - .-.-....v.^a^j^-m d "? l8 bak °d into doughnuts only one feature of the new in T' for U is Ailing 154 , "? a , d f y ' besides <* k * rolls, and cookies innumerable. AE ' wSmith livery outfit was A - Haggard ^urday under a , l he ^ realized oometbinj- over $600. Thft horses and carriages were scattered over the count the fine Jl irr'iVes at Chicago at 7 a m; arrives at Jjwlfomes at8;15pm. Lv. DeaM. 2:30 a m THE CITY. Thanksgiving conies in eight dtiys. J. J- Wilson makes some new prices ithis week. Bead Galbraith's new advertisement to this issue. Jhe new 'bus and carryall at the Tennant house are daisies. The home missionary society meets at Mrs. Barr's tomorrow at 3 o'clock. Joel Taylor shipped in a fine Poland China boar from Mason City last week 1 . Miss Bessie Rist, daughter of S. S. Rist, has been having a run of typhoid fever. The Call bridge across the river is closed for repairs and will be two weeks, Bays Thos. Henderson. i Herb. Bailey is building a fine home on his farm north of town. It is 22x26 feet on the ground, two stories high. Philip and Paul Dorweiler were over from Garfield Monday. They report that section as quiet and prosperous. Wesley democrats are going to celebrate tomorrow evening. Why don't our local enthusiasts get up a jubilee? A poetical social will be given at Miss Cramer's Friday evening. Every one is earnestly requested to bg present. A. D. Clarke Is still building. This time it is a new residence on the old Walkley block in the north part of town. F. M. Taylor and E. H. Clarke were elected justices for the coming year, and E. Tellier and A. F. Dailey constables. . The Llvermore Gazette notes the death of John Devine's wife at Junction City, Neb. Hemmorhage of the lungs caused it. Geo. D. Osborne, nephew of Daniel Rice and Mrs. C. A. Inghnm, was elected recorder in Humboldt by a majority of some 600. J. L. LaPlant, a new. settler from Story county, has bought lumber of Paul for a house on the Thompson farm near Sexton. . Deputy Molnroe is up at Led yard today defending himself in a case where he levied on a team of mules. W. B. Quarton appears for him. Postmaster Starr's term will expire a year from January, unless his services should be earlier dispensed with. This will be an item of important news. The little son of Mr. Miner, John Paul's teamster, was kicked last night by a horse and his upper lip very badly cut. The nose was also disfigured. Young Kunz, who was fined $25 last week for electioneering' within 100 feet of the polls, finally paid the fine. He said he would carry it up, but has taken no steps yet. Supervisor Holtz and Mr. Sampson of Whittemore were in Chrischilles & Herbst's store yesterday fitting the former with a new pair of pants as a result of the election. Candidates for postmaster in Whittemore are said to be Messrs Yale and Emll Chrischilles. In Wesley we hear that Messrs Giddings and McCutchm are likely competitors. Sergt. O'Rourke of the regular army gave a final inspection to Company I< Thursday evening in the court room. The boys have not yet elected a captain to succeed Capt. Edens. It is not definitely settled that Frank Hedriok will become station agent at - Sexton, but it is likely ho will accept the position. He is in Algona now on a 60-days' leave of absence. Thos Gilbride's farm is ornamented by a fine new house which shows up well from the road north. Our o d settler is going to enjoy a comfortable homo, when he trots it finished. County Chairman Sessions and the township comrailteemen who had the campaign in charge in the county are feeling pretty good over the result, i hey deserve a great deal of credit, and are getting it. The county never witnessed a better campaign. The first ward is in mourning over the loss of Peter Johnson's vote. It seems he went to the Fourth ward, thinking that was his voting place, and cast his ballot there. That one vote would have given the First ward republicans enough to secure an extra delegate in the county convention. ' Letters remain uncalled for in the Algona post office for T. V. Robinson, Frank G. Silvers, Miss Nell Parker, Alf. B. Kilhury, Mick Leily, D. C. Ackley, Thos. Hodson, Wm. Fuller, Frank Eggert, F. J. Disbrow, Miss Mary P. Dunn, Phil, H. Carr, Mrs. Molia Clampitt, Gen. Small, Eli Clemmens, Joseph Zanbre. Frank Nicoulin is just home from a trip to Oklahoma and Texas. His big tent is down from its Northern Pacific tour and the whole force will go south for the winter. Frank says he has sold over 400 buggies this season, and thinks there is a good field south. He will probably spend most of his time there this winter. Last Saturday marked the 25th anniversary of the wedding of Mr. and Mrs. W. H. Conner of Plum Creek, and between 30 and 40 Algona friends drove out and gave them a surprise party. Some fine presents, a presentation by Rev. Davidson . and response by Mr. Conner, and a general good time marked tho day. G. S. Wright of West Bend was better pleased with the "returns" than most republicans. For the first time in his life" ho found himself a " grandpa," and a fine 10-pound boy in Charles G. Wright's family went further than the majority in Iowa. THE UPPER DES MOINES doffs its hat to Carrol C. Wright and wishes him a long and happy life. The marriage license list includes the names this week of some of Kossuth's most popular young people. John Altwegg and Maud Laird, E. E. Gray and Ella M. Smith, Chas. Hawkes and Adda Heiter, M, E. Blancbard and Sallie Batterson, J. W. Morris and Minnie Brewer make up the list. THE UPPER DES MOINES wishes them all good luck. John Patterson went to Iowa Falls a week ago and brought his trotting mare home for the winter. She has won money in every race she has gone into this season and comes out in fine condition. John says she made a trial mile at Mason City in 2.28, but her race record is 2:40 which leaves her in a County Attorney Joslyn and W. B. ! Quarton prosecuted. One was tried and the justice bound him over. The othere wert bound over without trial. Two gave bfty , and three were brought back to jail, But afterwards released on their own recognizance, as the jail is not in healthy condition. The grand jury will consider their cases next month. 'Squire Taylor had Wilbur Quick and Guy Mantor before him last Saturday on a warrant sworn out by Will Neel- ings. It seems that in a scramble Neel- ings got hit over the eye with a fence picket and he charged the other two with assault. The evidence showed, however, that he began the quarrel without cause and followed it up, and that the boys acted only in self defense. 'Squire Taylor dismissed both boys without delay. The only blame attached to them was being found in bad company. There will be a general moving in town soon. Langdon & Hudson go into the new Ferguson building, and the Boston store takes their old stand. Bailey Bros, go into the A. D. Clarke building, and Chandler's restaurant takes the place they vacate. Jas. Taylor will be at home soon in the Hoxie building, and W. F. Carter in the bank block. Then, too, there will be a general rearrangement of offices when the opera house block and bank are fitted. The average man will be lost for awhile in looking for anybody. Some time ago the county board ordered a copy of the field notes of the original survey of the county. The following item in yesterday's Register indicates that they will soon be here: The secretary of state yesterday certified to the official copy of the field notes of the government survey of Kossuth county made in 1852-55, and they will be the first copies received by the county. The notes were made by Agent Kites of the state land office. It covers over 500 pages and will cost the county six dollars a township for 28 townships. Auditor Hofius reports 129 ballots cast out in the county because they were not properly marked, and two townships not reported. It is also estimated that 100 voters did not go to the polls. These figures used in connection with the majority this fall warrant almost any conclusion, and vindicate any prediction made before election. Some claim that the county is still close, and others that it is safely republican. One thing is certain when the republicans don't quarrel over local offices they roll up a bigger vote on national and state issues. That no one can dispute. Glen Brunson came down from Min- COUNTED BY THE BOARD, The Supervisors Make the Official Announcement of Results of the Recent Election. Which Shows that Kossuth Has publican Majority of Nearly 300— Burton the High Man. a Re- The county board Monday canvassed the official returns for the county and found a total in all of 3,400 votes cast. Of these the republicans had 1,802 the democrats 1,513. the populists 57, and the prohibitionists 28. The republicans over all had 114, and over the democrats 289. The official vote for the chief candidates was as follows omitting the prohibition and populist vote which was about the same for -all: For Elector— Cummins ll ?9i Wltmer l."13 Removal Sale, We are not are simply going to leave town, but going to move.isoon into BIGG-EB QUARTER before we Cummins' majority 288 For Secretary of State— McFarland 1,<™ McConlogue l.oia McFarland's majority 283 For Auditor of State— McCarthy Ji'»2 VanDyke V' 12 McCarthy's majority 281 For Treasurer of State— Beeson l.«0° Rugultz I."" Beeson's majority 289 For Attorney General— Stone J'800 Wlllard ItftOU Stone's majority 201 For Railroad Commissioner— Perkins Ji'"? Kent li">ll Perkins' majority 28u For Congressman— Dolliver I,' 8 .' Ryan I. 5 "! Anderson *" Dolliver over all 101 For District Judge— Thomas l,«o i For County Auditor— Doxseo l.'Jg HoflUS 1.6HB move we will close out our entire stock of Shoes, Rubbers, Men's, Boys,' and Children's Suits and Overcoats, Ladies,' Gents,' and Children's Underwear, Hats and Caps, Gloves, Mittens, etc., etc., at prices never heard of before in Algona or vicinity. Come and buy now anything you need in our line and save money.^**^ The Boston Store. Doxsee's majority ..................... 182 For Clerk of Courts— Grose ....................................... }'r,iZ Ogren ...................................... l- 5(i> Grose's majority ....................... 235 For County Attorney— Raymond .................................. \>i"* Sullivan .................................... i'" 07 good class. He has been offered §700 for her. Col. Cooke received a letter last week announcing that young Mclntyre, who was shot at Sageville, was worse and is now confined to the house with soreness in the neighborhood of the wound. It is still possible that he will not recover. Col. Cooke has corresponded with the county attorney at Dubuque and will see to it that Allison is vigorously prosecuted. A quiet wedding will occur at the Nicoulin home this evening, Miss Lou ioining Chas. L. Quindramof Rochester, Minn.7 for life. Mr. Quindram is i.T.LAlAlltj *\J* »••**» v 11. traveling for a Chicago tea house, but expects to be located in Chicago after Jan. 1, in which event the new home will be there. The bride has many friends in Algona who wish her all the good fortune in her new life that she can desire. Horace Mann has a permanent position in the Nautical Almanac bureau at Washington. While attending school at Ann Arbor ho entered the civil service examination, and passed at the head of the list. He was at once appointed to this position. His whole time is given to mathematical calculations, and ho has a very desirable position with a chance for promotion. The ladies missionary society of the Congregational church will give an entertainment at the church Tues- neapolis Monday for a short vacation, occasioned by the sensational disappearance of the manager of the company he was traveling for. The man's name was Olliver, and he had bee_n warned that if he came to Minneapolis he would be shot, the whole thing arising out of some escapade of his. He replied by saying that he should be in Minneapolis when he was advertised. The last seen of him he was walking with a big Newfoundland dog in the heart of the city. Both dog and man have absolutely disappeared, and no trace can be found. Foul play is of course suspected. W. H. Clark had two Wisconsin friends visiting him last week at his Jersey farm, both Holstein breeders, Messrs 'Van Lone and Noyes of Hebron, and in a discussion they put his eight full-bloods to a thorough butter test. The result will be interesting too all. His best cow showed in three separate tests 9, 8.8, and 8.8 per cent. fat. As there is 15 percent more butter than the test shows this means about 10 pounds of butter to 100 pounds of milk or one pound of butter to 10 of milk. The other seven ranged as follows: 5.2, 7.4, 5.4, 8.2, 6.6, 5.2, 7.6. As our Kaymond's majority 28' For County Recorder— Randall • J'rrr Smith I'" 5 " Randall's majority '~44 For Supervisors— . Burton n s ™ Kline Burton's majority 331 Chubb • 1'gJ" Dutton l,o~B Chubb's majority.- 288 Burton for supervisor seems to have made the high run as, ho is 83 ahead^of. the national ticket, and next to him comes C. C. Chubb with an even vote with the national ticket. Dolliver's majority over Ryan is 230 in the county, a gain for him of 227 votes since two years ago. Jjocal AJgona Officials. For justice F. M. Taylor received 332 votes, E. H. Clarke 310, S. A. Thompson 226. For constable A. F. Dailey. received 331 votes, E. Tellier 321, and E. S. Salisbury 204. EUREAE! EUKEAE! EUEKAE! Garland Stoves, I desire to call attention to my line of Stoves. I have a large stock of the Garland Oak of the 1892 pattern. THIS IS THE LEADER for soit coal. I have a good number ol second hand stoves whicn will be sold very cheaply. Wood and iron pumps. Call and get prices. T. "W. average scrub stock reaches a test of four does well per cent., it For Patterson Bros. It matters not to them how election goes. They are bound to sell apjjles lower than ever. Two cars of No. 1 New home when he gets Fred Paine's new house and barn on Elm street are completed. Another new house has gone in near the Catholic church, and tho foundation is in for the Herman house near T. H. Lantry s. C. L. Lund is collecting n horcl of Jersey cows on his farm and is talking of supplying milk and cream in Algona, There is a good field hero for a milk wagon and it ought to prove profitable. Our democratic friend P. T. Ferguson came in Monday to renew his sub- scriptkm, remarking that we probably needed something to cheer us up. \J o "can stand lots of that kind of bracing this fall. next Tues^•evening/Nov^:"-It will consist o marches by 50 children dressed in costume to represent different nations, beside" songs, recitations, and tableaux. Amonir the latter will be a Japanese sohool studying, Hindo water bearer, Just om Holland, Ou the Bosphorus, eto Admission 15 and 10 cents, and all cordially invited to help missionary work. In tho preliminary contests at Fort Sheridan M. J. Walsh made a high skirmish run, which gives him one of the medals offered for the best utte cfwas panted by him to the> win- r at the public inspection Thursday 1 , tui™ A\A Alcrona uroud in till V-i-1-V i**wjpv~ —-- - _ Mike did Algona proud e comes* this year, getting one of four edals that came to Iowa, and going c " i_...v. t« fifth mi Mm tuam in the The old cabin still stands, and "•- „ , torn down to make place for tho n odei, building. It is one of tho tow pioneoi cabins left. A library social will be hold lit A. W. Moffatt's Friday evening by the Uu is t » , v ,_!„*,. A ni'l'/rt W1H om ninth to fifth on the team m nal contest. This session onds the service of J. oita on tho county board. Mr. HolU ^S^KTSjE go number of books represented undone to the one guessing the least, There has been a good sale for the Mockridgo concert evening. No one who enjoys can afford to miss it. It will uudpubt edlybe the finest musical ontertaiu ment ever given in Algona. Mrs. John P. Duncombo was oxpec ed last evening to bo present to oigw Ize the ladies for work for tho wo W fair. She did not arrive and the mee ing is postponed until this ovemug when she will meet tho ladles at reading room. There can be no doubt W» to tu , e Cftlitymostof the people l»ereaV> hail from. Bircliert bakery sold do?en doughnuts In one afternoon m week, and the doughnut IB solely » l exclusively a New England luxul The demand i 8 «> great tftftt muu if it is easy to see what Jersey blood will do for dairying. Mr. Clark makes his own butter and sells in Chicago. His cows have averaged over $55 apiece this season. __ I Have Fired tue Gasoline. That is to say, I use no more of the stuff at my bakery. Customers who have heretofore been annoyed by the smell will please bear this in mind. E. P. BIRCHER. LADIES, we have 300 corsets worth 75c each that we are selling for 48c. Geo. L. Galbraith & Co. FRESH ground buckwheat flour at J. J. Wilson's.-34t4 WE have a big line of men's, boys' and children's clothing, at bed-rock prices. Geo. L. Galbraith & Co. S. H. PETTIBONE can spare a few quarts of milk daily .-34t2 DON'T forget to attend our ribbon sale Friday and Saturday. Geo. L. Galbraith & Co. JOHN REED is closing out his clothing. Read his "ad." Boarders Wanted. Two gentlemen can find good board and pleasant rooms by making inquiry at this office. York apples have arrived and more are coming. The will sell by the car or by the barrel, any way to sell and at not to exceed $3.75 a barrel, and will meet any and all competition. Their apples are the finest, largest and smoothest that have been opened in town. ^ Money to Loan. We will guarantee to loan from three to live thousand dollars monthly in this town if 100 shares of stock are subscribed for and good security furnished. Money refunded if we fail. Paid in capital nearly one million dollars. Address with references, F. H. CHASE, Supt., 33t2 Geneva, N. Y. FARM LOANS. Having secured the agency of the New England Loan and Trust Company, I am now prepared to make farm loans on five to ten years' time at the lowest possible rate, with privilege of partial payments before due. Office over Chrischilles 1 store, Algona. S. S SESSIONS. M. Z. GROVE. JOHN GHOVE. Livery, Feed, and Boarding Stable. West of Thorlngton House, II. Z. (WOVE, Malinger. Estray Notice. One spotted shoat taken up by me. Owner can get same by paying expenses and calling at my place. S. H. McNuTT. I can now make loans on Improved lands, from one to ten years time, and give the borrower tho privilege of paying the whole loan or any part thereof In even 8100 at any date when Interest falls duo. This Is Iowa money, and no second mortgage or coupons taken. This plan of making a loan will enable the borrower to reduce his mortgage at any time and save the Interest on the amount paid. Money Farm Loans. furnished at once on perfect title. Call on or address H. HOXIE, Algona, Iowa, alte on mo uuuuuj uw.— iu many ways a notable citizen of the 1U miuijf ™»j ci,,,,*rm "U vnars Coal, Coal. I handle only the best grades of hard Illinois and Iowa coals,_ always at bottom prices.-3418 J. J. WILSON. Concert M. J. KBNEFICK, M. D. Office in Republican building. MONEY to loan on real estate, principal and interest payable at my office. Geo. C. Call.-32_^ THOROUGHBRED Poland China boars for sale. Ernest Bacon, Burt, Iowa. -32t4 Go to lUst's UacKet For bargains in Underwear, Hosiery. o 1 Gloves, Mittens, Caps, Dutchess Pants, Jamcbtown Dress Goods, Tinware, Notions, oto.-32ti FOR real estate time loans at the very lowest rates, make inquiry at the Kps- suth County bank. At Geo. E. 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. E. MARBLE, 35 Burt, Iowa. FOR the latest styles and lowest prices in hats, call on E. Reeve & Co. Now Try This. It will cost you nothing and will surely do you good if you have a cough, cold, or any trouble with throat, chest, or lungs. Dr. King's New Discovery for consumption, coughs, and colds is guaranteed to give relief, or money will be paid back. Sufferers from la grippe found it just the thing, and under its use had a speedy and perfect recovery. Try a sample bottle at our expense and learn for yourself just how good a thing it is. Trial bottles free at L. A. Sheetz.' Large size, 50c and $1. 3 Specimen fuses. S. H. Clifford of New Castle, Wis., was troubled with neuralgia and rheumatism, his stomach was disordered, his liver was affected to an alarming degree, appetite fell away, and he was terribly reduced in flesu and strength. Three bottles of Electric Bitters cured him. Edward Shepherd of Harrisburg, 111., had a running sore on ms leg of eight years' standing; used three bottles Eleotrip Bitters"and seven boxes Buok- len's Arnica Salve and bis leg is sound ana •well. ifno. Speaker of Catawba, O., bad Clothing Sale. 131 Boys' Suits, 18 Boys' Overcoats, 15 Men's Overcoats, 134 Men's Odd Pants, 187 Men's Overalls, For Cash Only, At 15 per cent This lot only. off. John Reed. F. M. BRONSON, Watches and Jewelry CLOCKS, SILVERWARE, Silver-plated ware, and all kinds of goods 1 lus line. Repairing promptly done. At Frank Bros.' store. A 'MTTT "H SALESMEN to rep O-* * '•!•. JM*!-'-"'' resent "ufl in the sa. of our well-known, hardy, and choic ., „ Nursery Stock tor we north and wes W l Local »nd traveling; work eyery da * * In the year; -special inducements 1 ADMINISTEATOE'S NOTICE, n the matter of the estate of Jacob Zwelfel, deceased. To all the heirs or creditors of the above- amed estate: You are hereby notified that n or before the 12th day of December, 1803, aid administrator will file with tho clerk of le district court of Kossuth county, Iowa, his nal report and ask to be discharged; and you re further notified that all objections thereto lust bo filed with said clerk on or boforo the rst day of said term of said court, which will onvene and be holden at Algona, In Kossuth ounty, Iowa, on the 12th day of December, 802, or said report will be approved and said dminlstrator discharged and his bonds re- eased. ANNA ZWEIFEL. 34t.'l Administratrix. ADMINISTEATOE'S NOTIOE, n the matter of the estate of Josephine Krei- cer, deceased. To all the heirs or creditors of the above- named estate: You are hereby notified that on or before the 12th day of December, 1803, iaid administrator will file with the clerk of the district court of Kossuth county. Iowa, his Inal report and ask to be discharged; and you are further notified that all objections thereto must be filed with said clerk on or before the irst day of said term of said court, which will convene and be holden at Algona, in Kossuth county, Iowa, on the 12th day of December, 1892, or said report will be approved and said administrator discharged and his bonds re- eased. BERNARD KREIQER, 34t3 Administrator. ADMINISTBATOB'S NOTICE. In the matter of the estate of Jacob Hein, deceased. To all the heirg or creditors of the above- named estate: You are hereby notified that on or before the 12th day of December, 1898, said administrator will file with the clerk of the district court of Kossuth county, Iowa, his anal report and ask to be discharged; and you are further notified that all objections thereto must be filed with said clerk on or before the first day of said term of said court, which will convene and be holden at Algona, in Koasuth county, Iowa, on the 12th day of December, 1882, or said report will be approved, and said re'aSo." REEVE Co. have on ha^d a«o«j- ^assortment of

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