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OTPEft )EB ALGONA, IOWA, WEDNESDAY, NOV. 11, 1891. ARRIVAL AND DEPARTURE OF TRAINS. CHICAGO, MILWAUKEE A St. . fiast— Pass.— fto. I...... ...6:02a ttNo.2 ...... .10:24* in 3 ......... 4:37plnN6.4 — I /Freight— No. 9 7:15 a mi No. 13 11:45 am No. 5 «:l?pm . . Frelfchitr- 8:30pm No.8 llrfiopm No. 14 2:30pm No. 10 12:15am CHlCA«0 A NORTHWESTERN. North— South- Mixed 8:18 a in Pass 2:37 pm Pass 3:35pmMtxed 0:07pm Pass, arrives at Chicago at 7 am; arrives at Des Moines at«: 15pm. Lv. DesM.2:30am. THE CITY, popu- The first snow this morning, Algona now has a budding salvation army company. D. H. Hutchlns' house is being re* touched by Orr. Supper at the Congregational church parlors tomorrow evening. Kossuth with 2,989 votes has a lation of over 15,000 people. Drs. Morse <fe Pride have moved to their new office in the Heise building. The public schools made about $17 out of their etereopti-con show Monday night. Jack Graham, our new sheriff, took in the Boles' jubilee meeting at Des Moines last week. F. S. Stough has a word to our readers this week about his big winter stock of boots and shoes. Martin Bronson don't like Seattle. He says it is all hills and stumps, and the weather mostly fogs. W. B. Quarton has been engaged by f Starr and Hays in their libel suit, and rtjp&Js at work preparing the case. November has begun with as beautiful weather as October closed with. No finer fall ever visited Iowa. Marriage licenses have been issued to Alvin . Melville and Libbie Price, Chas. Pompe and Anna Mileko. A. W. Creed has resigned his lieutenancy in Company F, and an election will soon be held to fill the vacancy. C. B. Matson sold Frank Osterbauer a farm in Irvington last week, and is in Esth'erville closing up some sales there. A. D. Clarke has recently given a large collection of valuable books and pamphlets to the Algona reading room. D. Creed has purchased a livery itflt at Washington in this state, and ill shortly go there to take charge of Frank Bros.' big closing out sale continues. The entire stock will be disposed of as soon as possible at reduced prices. . Carter's Michigan apples went in of the land department at DCS Moines. •This case will be argued soon and passed upon. No evidence has yet been taken In the Pat. Rnih case, but that will be tried soon. Jas. Mclnroe is building an upright to his house on the road east from Algona, Mrs. Gibson is building a barn on her farm south of town 55x52 feet, and John Johnson is putting up a house near the Milwaukee depot school house. All bought lumber at Paul's yard. While Geo. Kuhn was lighting the gasoline stove in the Hnckman lunch room next to the Tennant house yesterday afternoon, the fire ran up to the can of oil arid promised a lively blaze. The fire alarm sounded anil the crowd began to gather, but the flames were soon out. A steriopticon exhibition of war scenes was given Monday evening at the court house, the public schools having the financial management. A good audience was out, and an interesting description of many events of the war was given by the speaker, who had evidently been there. Last Friday evening as the night freight on the Northwestern was on the down grade below Lu Verne the train uncoupled in the middle, and the two sections got well apart. In backing up .to connectngain abad collision resulted, and five cars were smashed and thrown off. We have not learned that any valuable freight was destroyed. The democrats celebrate tonight, and the town will be properly acquainted with the fact that Gov. Boles was elected. Music by four bands, and a general jollification constitute the pro- gramme. The republicans will get what satisfaction out of it they can, by sadly reflecting on the fact that it is their money that is paying for the blow out. Those who read the first report of the accident suffered by Mrs. E. J. Lasson in Seattle, in which it was stated that she had lost her eyesight by scalding coffee on her face, pleased to learn that the injury is not so serious. Her face was badly scalded but her sight is not injured, and she is again able to be about and is rapidly recovering. The Minneapolis Journal yesterday morning had a telegram from Emmets- tipping will be barrels in they -were less un- C 1 V hurryj He sold" 176 than 24 hours after loaded. . , Herman Rantzow was out last week lookingoip bail. He has hopes of getting his $1,000 bonds put up, and release from jail. This is beautiful weather for getting ready for winter, and no one is properly fixed for winter without seeing Jas. 'Taylor's display of overcoats. This week is dedicated to prayer by the Young Men's Christian association of this country. Meetings are being held in the churches in Algona. Word comes from Sherman that both Capt. and Mrs. D. D. Dodge have been quite seriously ill. The captain especially has been having a bad time. The Marshalltown orchestra was present Saturday night and played for a pleasant dancing party. They come again for a night during the holidays. An observation social will be given at the home of Geo. Ei Clarke tomorrow evening by the Episcopalian ladies. All are invite'd to come and leave a dime. Several Emmetsburg gentlemen are testing the Keeley tobacco cure, with expected good results. • C. E. Cohoon has just returned from a course at Dwight. Iowa's boom as a horse state is affecting the colts. Supervisor Holtz bears an arm in a sling, the result of a vigor ous kick from one of his blooded animals. E. P. McElroy and family have moved from Seneca to Algona and will spend the winter. He is suffering still from a kick given him in the eye last summer by a colt. Algona markets are: Wheat, 700 75c; oats, 21@22c(, barley, 25@30c; ol corn, 35c; hogs, $3; flax, 72@75o. Hay on the streets brings $5.50, at the presses $5 loose. The Ladles' Aid society of the M. E. "torch will meet at the home of Mrs. iCTl^Bowyer on Thursday, Nov. 12. Supper at 6 p. m., to which everybody is cordially invited. . O, F. Hale was a pleasant caller yesterday. He is moving to West Bend, where with his son-in-law, Mr, Ihmels, he is building a furniture store and will engage in trade, Considerable fun has been poked at C. M. Doxsee over the rooster he sent to crow at Monticello for his brother. burg announcing the elopement of Wm. H. Harrison and Gertie Steinman of Algona, who were married there. Mr. Harrison is the young man who was charged with seduction by Miss Steinman's sister some months ago, but who was released after a hearing before 'Squire Thompson. Mrs. Jas. Taylor and Miss Kramer entertained the ladies of town at two very handsomely gotten up fan parties last week. Fans ' abounded In 150 varieties, among them some very old and valuable. The collection was rare 'and cost time and money to secure. The refreshments and entertainment made these noteworthy receptions at the opening of the social season. Geo. E. Clarke is preparing a petition in a case for a Chicago wholesale jewelry house against the Minneapolis & Omaha railroad. The suit is for a sample <jase which was stolen while checked on that line. A report from LeMars in the Register shows that the thief was caught and goes to the penitentiary for 18 months. But the jewelry case was not recovered, and suit for over $2,000 is brought. Mr. Clarke has' the entire matter in charge. At the meeting in the reading room on Friday last the ladles signed their names to the world's W. C. T. U. peti- i tion, which asks that all governments abolish the traffic in alcohol and opium. This petition is to be in readiness for the world's W. C. T. U. convention which meets in Tremont temple at Boston, Nov. 13. It is said the petition will contain one million names, and either Tremont temple or Faneuil hall is to be festooned with it during the convention. SUED FOB The AlRonn Republican tin* n ?!(>,- OOO Libel Salt-l>r. Hnthftwny of §ion* City Will Have ft Word Abont " Illegal Advertising." Readers of THE UPPER DES MOINES will remember a personal note about a month ago to the effect that a young Sioux City lawyer named Argd had been in town on business. The purpose of his visit was made known last Friday by the filing of a petition in the clerk's office asking $10,000 damages against the Algona Republican for libel. The plaintiff Is Dr. J. N. Hathaway, a Sioux City specialist, whose advertisement has been published by THE UPPER DES MOINES, and which the Republican has declared to be " illegal, " ^'Immoral," etc. The petition is not lengthy, but sets forth in full the article in the Republican of Oct. 7, in which "quack doctor. "" immoral, indecent, and obscene," and other like characterizations occur in a column denunciation of the doctor. The petition sots up that these statements are false and malicious, that the doctor is a regular physician, and that this article is a damage to him in his business, besides being a personal attack upon his character us a citizen. The suit is brought by the law firm of Argo, McDufflo & Argo of Sioux City, the head of the firm Doing the noted criminal lawyer Of northwestetn Iowa, who was engaged In the Haddock trial. Now that the suit has been brought and the whole matter will be settled in court, comment would be unfair. All will watch the proceedings with Interest, and the settlement of the law governing the publication of medical advertisements will be valuable to newspaper men. AS SEEN AT SIOUX CITY. The Sioux City Daily Tribune says concerning this suit: Dr. Hathaway of this city through his attorneys, Argo, McDuffle & Argo, has instituted libel can bo found,'and lure a few fish from the lakes and shoot a few deer in the pineries. Col Spencer enjoyed a visit over Sunday from his brother, who holds R posi- in the senate at Washington. He came from northern Wisconsin, where he has been for a few weeks, and returns to Washington from here. Ben. Smith was down from Ramsay last week to hear the returns and with him was a nephew from Chicago, who is out on a visit. The pleasure of seeing his relative balanced up the feel ings produced by the returns, and looked reasonably happy, AMANA yarns at Taylor's. Ben we 8313 LOST—A Shepherd dog, color black on back, with yellow breast and legs. Liberal reward for his return to T. P. Kelley, Algona. _ REMEMBER that largo now lot of men's fine shoes at Stough's. CHEAP FLOUR! In order to reduce our stock of flour between now and Dec. r, propose to drop the price. The prices we make are to low for both the present and future prospects of wheat, but for this month will sell as follows: Best Patent, (Minnesota flour,) per sack $1.50 Half Patent, (Minnesota flour,) per sack r.4O Straight, (Minnesota flour,) per sack. '.[','. J.$Q VVe guarantee every sack. We are also making special prices on apples in quantities. TOWTSTSEND & LANG-DON. PURE Wisconsin W. F. Carter's. buckwheat flour at FOR bargains in hats and all kinds of millinery goods call on E. Rccvo k Co. A FINE lino of new dried fruits tit W. F. Carter's. FOR SALE—My residence In Algona. Terms to suit purchaser. H. A. Clock. THE finest lino and fixtures over at Galbraith's. of Chenille curtains brought to the city, WE WILL HAVE ANOTHER OAR OF THOSE SEASONABLE ADVICE. proceedings against the Algona Republican for $10,000 damages. In the petition the doctor charges the Republican with a malicious and slanderous publication. In a fight between the Republican and UPPER DBS MOINES of Algona, the Republican censured the other prper for publishing Dr. Hathaway's advertisement, characterizing such advertisements as the efforts of quacks to impose upon the public. As the doctor is a regular graduate of a medical college, naturally he took offense at the attack and instituted proceedings to protect himself. Dr. Hathaway recently won a suit in Missouri. The board of health refused to grant him a certificate beca use he advertised. The doctor instituted mandamus proceedings and the supreme court has just rendered a decision in his favor. \ It is thought that the chicken contracted a severe cold on the way. The Ladies'Aid society of the Baptist church will meet with Mrs. M. C. .Bailey, Thursday afternoon, at 2 o'clock. Supper from 6 until all are served, to which everybody is invited. Amoner the victims of last Tuesday is a brother of Rev. Dorward, who wrs defeated for re-election as county treasurer in Monona county. Rev. Dorward says he will engage in business, and will look Algona over. The Young Men's Christian association meeting is at the Methodist church this evening, led by D. A. Anderson. Tomorrow evening Rev. Bowen leads at the Baptist church, and Friday evening Rev. Davidson leads at the Baptist church. Sheriff Stephens went over to Floyd county, Monday, and arrested Ernest . Daniels, who was indicted by the last grand jury for selling mdrtgaged property, ECe will lie in jail till next term of court unless he gets bonds, which were put at $800. „. The clerk's office was crowded Friday with the witnesses in the Neff tree claim contest, which has been reported before. They were giving additional testimony to satisfy the requirements Chas. Stewart, whose arrest for bootlegging was made last week Wednesday, is out under $300 bail to await the grand jury next month. His place was raided and a 10 gallon keg of whiskey was found nearly empty, which probably accounted for some hilarity on election day. 'Squire Taylor conducted the examination and bound Stewart over. If convicted this will be his second offense and the penalty will be heavy, as it should he. Let the law be enforced With vigor. The Courier, in commenting on the arrest of Chas. Stewart some months ago for selling liquor, says: " We do not remember just how the action terminated, but it was certainly a great deal of a farce." Stewart was brought back and paid a fine of $50 and all the costs, as the Courier knows or ought to know. This may be a farce or not as a person happens to look at it. The. fine is the same that was assessed against all liquor offenders who did not go into court. The Emmetsburg band will be here for the democratic parade this evening, and the order of march will be as follows, starting from the rink: East to Dr. Morse's, south to John Goeders', east to J. M, Cowan's, south to Dr. McCoy's, west to J. W. Robinson's, south to D. A. Buell'B, west to L. C. Smith's, north to J. W. Wadsworth's, west to O. Minkler's, north to T. H. Lantry's. east t./\ "\XT \KT A nn1a) oj-kiitli 4-f\ /""1«11 n 4.«. n «X BIG SALE OF APPLES. Carter's Michigan Applos-Anothor Car Coming This Week. The sale of a carload of Michigan apples at W. F. Carter's store last week in two days was about as lively a transaction as Algona has lately seen. They went as fast as people could see them, and were as fine fruit as was ever brought west. Another car will come this week, and all who want the best will do well to be on hand and buy early. The eastern apples are far superior in quality, and but few can be had to come so far west; but while they last everyone can be served at Carter's stole, where they will be unloaded. THESE frosty mornings make the fingers tingle. It is best to insure comfort by buying a pair of gloves at F. S. Stough's. HOUSE for sale. Easy terms. Best location in the city. Inquire of J. C. Frank.—33. . A Favorite for th« Winter MontliH-I)o You Wonder Whut It In? F. W. Dlngloy, druggist, takes ospoclnl pleasure In supplying his customers with the best medicines obtainable. Among the many excellent preparations on his shelves may bo mentioned Chiimberluin's Cough Remedy, a favorite during the wintet- months on account of Its grout success In the euro of colds. There Is nothing thnt will loosen a severe cold so quiokly. or so promptly relieve the lungs. Then It counteracts any tendency toward pneumonia. It Is pleasant and safe to take, und fully worthy of its popularity. Knows It to He ItclluMe. Dr. R. L. St. John of Rowland, Putnam county, Missouri, takes especial pleasure iu recommending Chamberlain's Cough Remedy because he knows It to bo reliable. Ho has used It In his practice for several years and snys there is none bettor. It'is especially valuable for colds and as a preventive and euro for croup. This most excellent remedy is sold by F. W. Fancy Michigan It HUH No Itivnl. As a preventive and cure for croup Chamberlain's Cough Remedy hus no rival. It is In fact the only remedy that can always bo depended upon and that Is pleasant and safe to take. There is not the least danger in giving it to children, as It contains nothing injurious. Sold iu 50-cent bottles by F. W. Diugley. _ _ J If You Are Troubled with rheumatism or a lame back bind on over the seat of the pain a piece of flannel dampened with Chamberlain's Pain Balm Apples Coves at Public Sale. The undersigned will soil at public auction, at his farm 3i miles north of- Algona, on Friday, NOA. 13, 1891, the following property: Eighteen cows, all coming in during fall and early winter, except those now having calves by their side. All with calf to a full- blood Red Polled bull. Also four 8-gallon milk cans. Terms: One year's time at 8 per cent, with approved notes. Three per cent, off for cash, .. Free lunch at noon. I will offer for sale my Red Polled bull, and some half-blood'calves. MYRON SOHENCK. D. A. HAGGARD, Auctioneer, PERSONAL MOVEMENTS. is home from her to W. W. Annis', south to Call" street, east to Wm. Cordingley's, southwest to the rink. The following dispatch' from Cham* berlain, S, D., in the Minneapolis Journal points to a fast Milwaukee train to Chicago to match the Northwestern: "Railroad men bring the news of rumors along the line of the Milwaukee road that a change will shortly be made in the time table, and that a fast train will be put on the road between here and Milwaukee to compete with the fast Northwestern train that runs east from Huron. Railroad men say the Milwaukee company is compelled to do this in order to hold their passenger traffic between here and eastern points, as the fast train over the Northwestern road is drawing many passengers from Milwaukee territory. It. is expected that the new fast train will leave here early each morning, and the fast train from the east wfil arrive about noon of each day." STARLIGHT yarns at Taylor's. Buy the baby a pair of those fancy soft shoes kept only by F, S. Stough. FANCY new sorghum at W. F. Carter's, Mrs. H. Hoxie Knoxvllle visit. Mrs. A. F. Call is over from Sioux City for a visit with her parents. Capt. E. B. Sopor was in town Monday on business. He reports. Emmetsburg as flourishing. E. G. Morgan was up from Fort Dodge yesterday closing up a sale of a quarter section to Chubb Bros, in the south part of the county. S. S. Sessions was In Des Moines the first of the week, trying a case in the district court. Our Algona lawyers are getting a wide reputation. J. W. Sullivan is down at' Clarion trying a hay case he has in Wright county. It involves a big quantity of hay, or rather a contract for it. Dr. Pride is off on a trip to Salt Lake City and other points in Utah. It is rumored that he is seeking a warmer climate, and will trade for a drug store there. Miss Gwennle Doxsee is over from Rolfe visiting her brother. She goes tomorrow to Charles City, where she takes part in a gold medal declamatory contest tomorrow evening. Miss Lenette Wilson Is in Chicago taking treatment for the trouble which was brought on by her late injury. She is rapidly improving, but is still weak and needing the best of care. W. B. Quarton made a business trip to Des Moines last week. As he arrived he heard a big cannon booming over the election and remarked "Great Scott! Have they heard down here that Graham is elected?" Henry Durant is off to Wisconsin where he will spend a few weeks in the old haunts of ,85 years ago. His health has been very poor lately and he is seeking relief in outdoor fife. He will hunt up his old acquaintances if any "Watortowii Hoots and Shoes. I have just received an invoice of the above make, consisting of Kangaroo. Calf, and Dongola Kid, both for ladies' and gentlemen's wear. Having had 25 years' experience in the manufacture of boots and shoes I can with confidence assure my patrons that for quality of material and style of finish these goods have no superior in our market. Prices to suit the times. JNO. SHARP. South Dodge-st., Algona. 1$ 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 re lief, or money will be paid back. Sufferers from la grippe found it just the thing, and under its use hud 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. 1 Large size, 50c and ?1. 3 IN THIS WEEK, W. F. CARTER. 3DO •3TOTT TO the largest and best line of ever offered in Kossuth county? If so ' call on Henry Winkle. Specimen Cases. 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 ho was terribly reduced in flesh and strength. Three bottles of Electric Bitters cured him. Edward Shepherd of Harrisburg, 111., had a running sore on his leg of eight years' standing; used three bottles Electric Bitters and seven boxes Buok- len's Arnica Salve and his log is sound and well. Jno. Speaker of Cutuwba, O., had five largo fever sores on his leer; doctors said ho was incurable; one bottle Electric Bitters and one box Arnica Salve cured him. Sold by L. A. Sheetz. entirely 3 Backlen'8 Arnica Salve. The best salvo in the world for bruises, cuts, sores, ulcers, salt rheum, fever sores, tetter, chilblains, chapped hands, corns ana all skin eruptions, ana positively cures piles or no pay is required. It is guaranteed to give perfect satisfaction or money refunded. Price Sou a box; sold by Dr. Sheetz. The Very Latest. Hats and bonnets at lowest prices. Latest styles in millinery. E. REEVE & Co. He has a complete line of those " Wonderful" Riverside Oak Cooks and Ranges. A written guarantee with each and every stove. The Jewel and Radiant Home for hard coal base heaters. Bargains to offer in All Harflf are! Wood and Iron Pumps, prepared paints, lead churns, etc, Let me figure on your nail bills, roofing, eave spouting, etc. and oil, milk cans, iron, steel, and tin Call and get prices. HENRY WINKIE, Algona, Iowa. A PURE sugar syrup only 80 cents a gallon at W. F. Carter's. WE sell Chase &Sanborn'scelebrated coffees. W. F. Carter. DON'T forgot to look over our 5, 10, and 25 cent counters when in at Galbraith's. ., . , Reed, N. Wallace, Qenesee Salt works, Moines Mfg. Supply Co., and Z. Roberts, SHERIFF'S SALE. Notice Is hereby given that by virtue of a special execution to me directed by the clerk of the district court of Kossuth county, Iowa against the roods, chattels, lands, tenements, etc., of J. Wallace & Co., J. Wallace, 8 B ks, Des ., . erts, defendants, In favor of C. 0. Chubb and B. 8. Streator, plaintiffs. I will offer at public sale to the highest and best bidder, for cash, at the door of the court house in the city of Algona. county of Kossuth, Iowa, on the 5th day of December, A. D. 1801, between the hours of 0 o'clock a. m. and 4 o'clock p. m. on said day. all of said defendants' right, title, and Interest in and to the following-described real estate, situated In Kossuth county, to-wit : Lot No. 7 in Block No. 'M In the Incorporated town of Bancroft, with the creamery building situated thereon, with all machinery and appurtenances thereto belonging; also the south 80 feet of Lots 1 and 2 in Block No. 133, and Lots 5. 6, 7, and 8 in Block No. 133, all in Call's addition to Aleoua, Kossuth county, Iowa. Sale to begin at 1 o'clock p. m. of aald day. Witness my hand this 8th day of November. 1891. M. STEPHENS, 33 Sheriff Kossuth County, Iowa. Gentlemen! Call and see my stock of men's fine shoes before you buy your winter footwear. I have them in Kangaroo, Cordovan, and Calfskin. A large invoice has just been received. Be sure to inspect them and get my prices. F. S. &TOUGH. VERY piece of job printing froin this first class, None s

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