The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa on November 30, 1892 · Page 1
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ESTABLISHED 1866, ALGONA, IOWA, WEDNESDAY, NOVEMBER 30, 1892. VOL. XXVII-NO. 36. Is now located in his new,store, one door east from the postof- fice. He will be pleased to meet all old customers as well as new ones, We now call your attention to our Immense Stock of CLOTHING, Abstracts of Title. Ve are prepared to furnish money on real es- ate at a low rate of Interest and give option to ay 8100 or more any year. We can save you noney. Wild lands for sale on easy terms. peclal attention given to the sale of Improved arms, for which we have constant Inquiry. We are the successors of W. H. Nycum, C. A. Doxsee, and A. D. Clarke & Co. in the ab- tract business, and make a specialty of furnishing reliable Abstracts of Title Fur Coats for less money than any other house in the city.. BLANKETS Flannels, Underwear, Hosiery, Gloves and Mittens Yarns, etc. First-class goods and low prices at Grange Store, tate St., opp. Court House. IF "STOTJ i Suit of Ho or an Or the boys, bear in mind that we have a big stock for you to select from, at Low Prices. STOVES. We cw show FINOE WIRE and before you buy .HENRY WINKIE. Best Grade made -d n rt 4-1 W ^5 0) -M W •,—t rt rQ a *es ^ _T — illfrAi K | ^®W 1 s *Ss^*^* I 49 LES. ; WASHBURN CROSBVCffS. . f, GOLD MEDAL. CT 4 CD 3 3 Minneapolis. JONES & STACY will hereafter keep iis popular brand of flour for sale at their tore between Algona State Bank and the Republican office. We are selling 3old Medal, per sack, at $1.25 Our best flour, WAKBANTBD, per sack.. 1.00 JONES & STACY. latson & Have just received a fine line of all kinds of Millinery oods. • n \J Something very nice In the way of Feathers, / Fancy Trimming! Velvet, libbons, Baby Caps, in fact anything that can be found in a first-class millinery store. State: University The Several Departments Will Begin the Year 1892-93 071 Sept, 20. Each department is thoroughly equipped fo ifflcient work, and no pains will be spared tc Afford students the best possible opportunity o pursue their chosen lines of study,. Fo O PUrbUtJ VUtJH UilUOCM 11UOQ W* otuuj. *• u particular information as to the respective da lartments address as follows: Collegiate—Charles A. Schaeffer, president '"taw—Emlin McClain, chancellor, Iowa City Medical—A. O. Peters, M. D., secretary o ^Homoeopathic Medical—Dean of faculty, lo W f>ental—A. O. Hunt, D. D. S., dean of faculty "pharmaceutical—E. L. Boerner, Ph. G., dean of faculty, Iowa City.' Expenses in all departments are reasonable Cost of board in private families, »3 to 15 pel week; in clubs, #.50 to J2.50 per week. For catalogues, or for general information address CABLES 1 SCHAEFFER, 23m3 President. THE ALGONA SUPPLY HOUSE WiU furnish you anything in the line of CREAMERY:: SUPPLIES Prices guaranteed. Send your ordew when Jn need of anything, and they will be »to v tended to promptly. a. s. aaaogP. on short notice. Insurance vrltten In first-class companies, omplled the only large of Wo have THE WEEK'S IOWA NEWS, ver Hindu, showing all railroads, wagon roads, treauiH, owners' names, etc. Size, !1 by 5 ft; rice, $13. Call or send for a copy. HAY & RICE, Algona, Iowa. REDUCED AGAIN I make for the present the following very low prices on FLOUR. Try a sack. If it don't please it will cost you nothing: Full Pat. flour, per sack, $1.00 raham flour, per sack, - .50 Horn meal, per sack, - - .25 lye flour, per sack, - - .75 Buckwheat, per sack, - .80 Bran, per 100 pounds, - .70 Shorts, per IOO pounds, - .75 ?eed, per IOO pounds, - .80 Wheaten Gluten, per sack, .75 All warranted. Liberal discount on round lots. J. J. WILSON. Cloths.and Trimmings. J. K. FILL & SON, Merchant Tailors A full stock of cloths and trimmings always kept on 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. It will be to your advantage. T. <ss, sortr. Abstracts. Other abstracters have pooled. We're not in it. We have been in the business for 22 years and don't have to sell, but are here to stay. Our work is GUARANTEED and will be done at living prices. Jones & Smith. The Register says Curator Chns. Aidrich of the historical department at the capitol has made a rich find, although it is not strictly speaking, a find, having cost the department $100. It is the only file in existence of the first volume of the first newspaper published in Iowa. The paper is the DuBuqtie Visitor for 1836. It is a prettily printed folio six columns wide, and the top date line of the first paper taken from the press bears the words, "DuBuquo, (lead mines) Wisconsin Territory, May 11, 1830." The motto of the paper stands out in bold typo under the name, "Truth Our Guide, Tho Public Our Aim." It isavory cleverly edited little sheet, and many Iowa weeklies of today would bo improved by imitating it. John King was the first editor and Wm, C. Jones the first printer, and the paper shows evidence of hard work, enterprise and good newspaper service. King's daughter was the first white girl born in Iowa. King died only recently at Dubuquo. The Iowa State Teachers' association will hold its 38th annual session at Cedar Rapids Doc. 27-29. It promises to bo one of the most interesting meetings in the history of the society. The people of Humboldt are making groat preparations for the holding of the nineteenth annual mooting of the Iowa Improved Stock Breeders'associa- tion in that city Doc. 7-9. Other meetings held at the same time and place are: Iowa Short Horn Breeders' association, Iowa Swino Breeders' and the Iowa Sheep Breeders' and Wool Growers' associations. The people of Humboldt will do themselves proud in entertaining all these associations. H. W. Arnold was tried at Iowa Falls for whipping a pupil in school. He won. Tho birch is still recognized as a necessary school adjunct. Tho contract for making the monument in honor of Julien Dubuquo has been let to Mr. Fox of Chicago for 53,600. It is to be dedicated July 4 next, and President Cleveland is to be invited to attend. The design shows a shaft of gray Vermont granite 37 feet high. The base consists of several courses ol granite, diminishing in progression up to the die. On opposite sides of the die are bas relief figures in bronze, three feet in diameter, showing scenes of Julien Dubuque's first experience in that section. Among others inoludoc in the sketches submitted is one showing him in the act of bargaining with representatives of the Sac and Fox tribes for lands in that vicinity; others show load-mining in the early days etc. These bronzes will be executed in Brussels and will cost $300 apiece Above the die is the plinth, a huge block of gray granite with rustic finish, and supporting the graceful octagona' spire. The apex of the spire reveals curtains partly drawn aside, expressive of Dubuque's prophecy that a great city would grow up. At the charity ball in Dubuque las week, Gen. Geo. W. Jones and Mrs. D B. Henderson headed the grand march The general is a lad of eighty-nine sum ere lost in the fight. Several fresh- nen, in resisting the sophs, were rough- handled. Later in tho evening the ophs mot a large crowd of freshmen, ho had been looking for them, and ftcr a desperate struggle tho sophs vero routed. Tho young ladios of the wo classes caught tho spirit, and a enoral hair-pulling and eye-gouging arty occurred in tho hall, tho faculty oing obliged to interfere. A New Firm. The undersigned having bought out the meat market formerly owned by H. J. Edens wish to say that they will be glad to meet all old customers, as well as the new ones that may favor thorn with their patronage, hoping by kind treatment and fair dealing to receive a part of the public patronage. CASH PAID . . . FOR EVERYTHING needed to properly operate a first-class meat market. SHADLE & SON, mers. H. A. SESSIONS, Dealer in both granite and marble Monuments a Headstones, ALGONA, IOWA. Satisfaction guaranteed in all cases. DO YOU 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, DB. L, A. wmn, Drugs and Medico At the session of the National Grange Wednesday morning a resolution oppos ing opening the world's fair on Sunday was adopted. A resolution of thanks t Secretary RUSK and Congressman Hatch was passed; also one to create division in the department of agriculture to investigate and disseminate informa tion on roads, and another relating tc production and markets for fruits. Prof, Budd says: The many new comers into northern Iowa will be bone fitted by attending the meeting of the Northern Iowa Horticultural society a Humboldt in December. A visit to th orchard and grounds of J. J, Smarl near Humboldt, will give the new come many object lessons as to best varietie of orchard trees, ornamental trees shrubs, etc,, as well as modes and meth ods of management. The papers an discussions, side talks with practica tree growers, etc., will also give mor information than can be gained b years of experience, especially if th trees you set out are bought from tre peddlers. ______ Cornell college is greatly excite over the big class row between th sophomores and freshmen. The troubl commenced over tho sophomores wear ing mortar board hats. When they ap peared with their new fyat8 a howlln mob of freshmeq attacked them and general fight ensued, Torn garments crushed ha,t>s, bloody nosef an were the_ onto • «,*>. Iowa's sheriffs )ec. 7-8. moot nt DCS Motnos Waterloo, Iowa, was tho place fixed pon for tho next mooting of tho Royal Vi-ch Masons and Oct. 10-13, 1803, for lie timo. Tho following officers wero looted for tho coming year: C. S. 'letohor of Atlantic, grand high priest; '. W. Graig of Dos Moinos, deputy mini high priest; A. N. Alborson of VaHhlnglon, grand king; L. T. Wold, criho; T. S. Vanllorn of Mt. Pleasant, rand troiisurcr; Alf. Wingiilu of Dos loincs, grand secretary. Thanksgiving day was a most enjoy- iblo day for tho convicts in tho Ana- nosa penitentiary as well as for other xiople. At 0 o'clock Chaplain Crocker olivcrcd a brief address to the prlson- >•» in tho chapel, where thoro was also inging and prayer. J.'ho men woro hon given the liberty of tho yard un- il noon. In tho insane ward a number f convicts gave u concert consisting of icgro melodies, clog dancing, etc., and vhich was witnessed by a largo number if visitors. In tho yard tho men who vished spent the time in playing foot j»ll, wrestling, etc. At noon a regular ild Thanksgiving dinner was served In ho dinning hall. After dinner tho men went to thoir cells and the guards ivore given tho remainder of tho day. ["ho convicts greatly appreciate those jriof resting spells from tho monotonous prison life and the officials say that ho men keep bettor discipline and do more work after such a rest than they did before. AS GOOD TO GUESS BY AS ANT. Woatlmr Indications That Never Fall Kxcopt In This Locality. The Iowa weather bureau issues tho 'allowing weather rules, which were adopted by the farmers' club of the American institute of New York. They are endorsed us suggestive, though not entirely reliable: 1. When the temperature falls suddenly there is a storm forming south of you. 2. When the temperature rises suddenly there is a storm forming north o you. 3. The wind always blows from a re- u on of fair weather toward a region where a storm is forming. 4. Cirrus clonds always move from a region where storm is in progress to a region of fair weather. 5. Cumulus clouds always move from a region where a storm is forming. 6. When cirrus clouds are moving rapidly from the north or northeast, there will be rain within 24 hours- no matter how cold it is. 7. When cirrus clouds are moving rapidly from south or southeast, there will be a cold hailstorm on tho morrow, if it be in the summer, and if in winter there will be a snowstorm, 8. The wind always blows in a circle around a storm, and when it blows from tho north the heaviest rain is east of you; if it blows from tho south tho heaviest rain is west of you; if it blows from the east the heaviest rain is south of you. 9. The wind never blows unless rain is falling within a thousand miles of you. 10. Whenever heavy frost occurs a storm is forming within a thousand miles northwest of you. A SHOET SEASON AT LU VEBNE, The Preacher AVho Denounced President Harrison as a Saloon Bum Seeks New Pastures, The two following items tell their own story, One is from the Livermore Gazette which says: " Rev, Kilbourne, the Methodist minister who was stationed at LuVerne this year, and who preached something of a political sermon there just before election, has thought it best to take a new field »f labor, and is now stationed at Clarion. So much objection was made to his political sermon that it was thought to be impossible to raise his salary at Lu- Verne." The other is from the Lu Verne News, which says: "Rev. J. W. Forsythe will preach at the M. E. churah in this place next Sunday at the usual hours. We understand that ROT, Porsy tho will minister to tho congregation here regularly during the remainder of the conference year. This will be good news as he is a good speaker and a gentleman," This change about is due to the andenei_ erne people against t'he unwarranted prompt and energetic protest of the Lu- Yerne people against the unwarranted and indecent partisan stump speech Rev, Kilbourne indulged in th* Sunday before election. He announced that he would speak on politics. What he did wa,g to assail President Harrison's as a man, denouncing htm in buna and whiskey sympa- 8 * was peouUwly a ' ftt ,,J hwlea We wife, ipgoted, hi? BPWOW " feelings, m - ~ 'elm. ^Al^

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