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ESTABLISHED 1866. ALGONA, IOWA, WEDNESDAY, FEBRUARY 1, 1803. VOL. XXV1I-NO. 45. i See the Big Assortment of Ladies' Underwear, IWorth from 65c to 75c- Your Choice Now for 45c. Just received some nice Remnant Calico and new styles in Gingham, We have plenty of Ice Wool, black, white, and cream. . L. GALBRAITH & CO. Now. Open for Business. The New Grocery in the Opera House block. We have a good stock of Nice, Fresh Groceries « Now in stock and more coming. We expect to sell them as cheap as the cheapest, and deliver them at your door in any part of the city. Call and see us. GROCERIES! GROCERIES! 0 UR stock is new and fresh; we Handle none but the best; call and see us and get our prices. Syrups of all Kinds. The Grange Store, Flour! We can save you i money on Flour. Dry Goods, Groceries, Carpets, Etc. LOANS. Minnesota Straight at 90c a sack. Langdon & Hudson. THE JOHN PAUL LUMBER GO. SUCCESSORS TO J. J. WILSON. Office and yard on Dodge street, south of State, ALGONA, IOWA. Handles the best of all descriptions of 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' store, Algona. S. S SESSIONS. We are making. LOANS ON REAL ESTATE Running from i to 10 years, with privilege of $100 payments at any interest date. Interest payable annually or semi-annually, as desired. Money furnished promptly. Also improved farm and city property for sale. Money on chattel security. Hoxie & Branson. OFFICE OVmt JAS. TATLOK'S HTOKK, ONE DOOR EAST OF PO8TOFFIOR. C, It. LUND. J. J. RYAN [Successors to C. L. Lund—Established 1880.J REAL ESTATE DEALERS gmfsf P Which includes everything that is possibly needed for the construction of any thing j rom a picket fence to the very finest residence. WE MEET ALL COMPETITION. Come and give us a chance to figure your bills t and we will prove to you that what we say is the truth. 00 00 co and embalming will always receive careful and personal attention, Prices are reasoimWe, We wish to announce to the readers of THE UPPKK DES MOINES that we hare extraordln- *-*y facilities for the selling of farms and unimproved lands in northern Towa and we invlta all who wishto dispose of their property to call on us at our office in Algona, or to correspond Xl£?Srt, *^ Ail s " ot i a» spring opens we have a large number of customers from the eastern u£Tt?$°t ar ? r ^ ady to C W out ani ! secu ^? a plece of Iowa B0 " at reasonable rates. We believe in fair dealing, and if you want to sell your property don't waste any time in llstlnir It With us. Yours respectfully, LUNI) * RYAN. JULIUS PLETH. List your Lands with me if you want to make a quick sale.. OFFICE OVER ALGONA STATE BAXK. FARM LOANS MADE from 5 to ^ Yeart at 1 $er cent. STOVES. We can show you the largest and finest line of Stoves and Ranges in the county. We have great bargains in FENCE WIRE and Hardware. Don't fail to see my goods before you buy. -HENRY W1NKJE. YOU GOOD LIVERY 41XOPKRATE K4IW, THE WEEK'S IOWA NEWS, At Croslon tho $10,000 brought by H. O. WycolT llbol suit Sum U. liiu'sh, editor mid propriotor of tlio CrostoH Dully Gu/otto, buutuisu of tho ptibliuntton of nn nrtlclu olwrglitK WyckoiT, wlio Is 00 yearn old, with tho ubduotion of iv M-yonr-olil girl, aiitl branding him us a tiuin of grossly Immoral ohimiotor, was concluded last wool; after two hours deliberation. Tho jury brought In a vurdict for tho do- fondant. Tho CIIBO continued threu days and was bitterly con touted at every point. Mr. and Mrs. Johnson llrlglmm Hall for Liverpool li'ob.-I. They will have a ploananl trip abroad. Tho DUH Moinoa WatorworkH company lum llled with the city cleric u notice of its Intention the ronlHt tho enforcement of tho now water ordinance on tho ground of the Illegality of tho council which pawned tho Biuno. Tho qtioHllon of Illegality IH based on tho alleged uncoiiHtltutlonallty of the law by which tho limits of tho olty wore extended a few years ago to talco In all tho suburban cities and by which the city govornment was roorganlxod. The question of tho Illegality of tho annex- utioti law has novor yot boon decided In tho courts. Prof. W. D. Jamlowon, for .'f'J yoitra n toachor In KoqkuU, 25 years as uupor- intondont of tho Kookuk public schools, and one of tho bont known educators In tho west, died Thursday morning. At Denlson Josiah WInans, a farmer of Milford township, died Monday morning from tho oiToots of a blow on the head received last Friday, while ho was in the timber chopping wood and which ia said to bo Uio result of a quarrel between himself and his brother, Clark Winans. A warrant, has boon issued for tho arrest of Clark Winans, who denies tho entire story. A coroner's inquest was hold, and as u ronult Clark Wlnans Is under arrest charged with tho murder. Tho tragedy is tho result of an old feud growing out of tho division of their father's estate. Before Josiah Winans died ho is said to havo made u statement implicating his brother. Thoro is ufso evldonoo of a struggle, and tho dead mnn'a skull hud boon fractured and several bones broken. John E. Young, a squatter on somo of tho disputed railway lands six miles south of PHmg-har, hanged himself in his barn last week. Tho coroner's jury returned a verdict showing that ho committed suicide. Young was about 40 years old, unmarried and had no relatives nearer than Now York. Ho has been despondent lately, worrying over tho probability of losing his land, and this is is tho only reason assigned. A humbug hits recently been advertising to send for $1 a sure preventive for hog cholera. Those who sent tho dollar received by roturn mail a printed slip advising them to Bell their hogs before tho cholera got Into their township. Many people havo wondered what tho govornment used stamps of tho do- nomination of $2, $3, $4 and $5 for. They are used /or prepaying registered mall packages to foreign countries. Tho rate is five cents per half ounce and tho limit is four pounds, and so a foreign package of tho largest size allowed by tho postal law, would require §4.00 worth of otarnpa to be placed on it. Henry county has had a narrow escape from gold fever. A farmer named Riddle, residing northwest of Salom, had occasion to fix a fence tho other day, and in digging a post hole he discovered about $600 in gold. It was in an old Iron box, however. The Riddle farm has been in tho family for many years, and the present owner, having good reason to believe that tho money had been burled there by his father, has sent $200 of it to each of two broth- era who live elsewhere. among tho democrats of this portion of tho stale that J. J. Hyan will mnko nn effort to secure tho appointment to tho position of revenue collector for tho district, and It In irotiiM-ntly holtovoA that If lie dona ho will bo In a position toglvo Mr. Kolly, tho candidate of tho state central committee, a very hard rub. H I H caiidldncy, however, has not yot been admitted by hlnmolf, neither has It been denied. THE ADJOURNED SESSION, STILL AHOTHEB EEPOET, Our J. J. fiyan Will Ilreak the Blato —Out for Revenue Collector. The Sioux City Journal of Monday reports the growing dissatisfaction with the official democratic deal for Iowa and says: During the past week blows have been dealt the slate In all directions and there is Indisputable evidence that tho claim raado by tho state central committee that the entire congressional delegation and all democratic congressional candidates have indorsed tho Sells, Hudson and Kelly slate la untrue. Capt, J, A. O. Yeo- nmn of Fort Dodge la a candidate for tho position of United States district attorney. Ajjeaat, so saya Hon. J. J. Ryan of Algona, whp waa the democratic candidate j or congress in the Tentlj district laaUall, and will be ia t *P tbP finish. Mr, Ryan gives $ ikegtate central committee's Jpnowojng that he is for tot, IBB*, r-N Sitlnry IMxctl-IXn'toi-lim of Poor Arrmitti'd school I.nnilN to Ho Hold otliiM' liti|)i>rtrint luminous TriviiNiu'tcd. Tho county board mot yesterday and are Htill at work. Tlmynro doing BOIIIO Important buslnoHH of Inlorost to our readers. HliorllT reported II!H fwH for 1HD2 at $755.1(0, and his salary for 181)1) was llxod at $100 and foi.m. Treasurer nutliorl/.od to roiluuni from tax Halo of I Hill no no 11-110, 28. AlHo w 1 sw J2-IM, ill), from wiilo of 1K.SI). Auditor ordered to lease gn\nN I undo of county to highest bidder. Cluilih mid DoJfHoo onlorod to mnko deed to H. Perry for north 4 of north- oast i of Section 2—1)7, 2H. Auditor ordurod to mill School Soo- lion 1(1—100, 2H, ulHO to havo Socllon 10— 01), 21) appralwMl and olTorud for&alo. Dr. Konollck olTorod to doctor poor In districts I and 2 for $100, Dr, Wai- tors, dlstrlclH -'I and <l for $105, and Ihoy wore allowed tho uonlrncl. Dr. Felling's bill of $2(1 for nUondlng Mrs. Champion not, allowed. Thos. Honnot allowed $27 for hogs killed by (logs. Peter C. 1.0. Farcep allowed $0 n month from poor fund. Mont Unllfoiul lltilltllitK. Sioux City Journal: There promises to bo more railroad building In Town .this year than for several years past. In addition to tho Sioux City, Baltimore and Ohio project in which Sioux City foolH so much Interest, the Wlnona and SbulhwoBlorn will extend from Osago, tho Dos Molnos, Northern and Western will build from Boono to Webster City, and tho Great Western will strike for thu Missouri rlvor. In addition there Is strong probability that several other lines and extensions will bo built. Ktiolculc In I'ritHldentlnl Cnblnotri. Kookuk Gate City: In 1880 J. .W. Noble, now one of President Harrison's cabinet (being secretary of tho Intor- ior), was city attorney for the city of Keokuk. W. M. Uolkniip, who was a member of President Grant's cabinet (as secretary of war), was previously In 1854 clork of the city council of tho city of Keokuk. C. W. McCrary, a member of President Hajcs' cabinet (as secretary of war), studied law in Keokuk in the olllco of Ratikln & Miller. Abrnhnin Lincoln, Wticm louvlng bin tioma at Bpringilold, 111., to bo Inaugurated proitlduiit ot tbo U/iltcd StutOH, ruiido itfuruwoll uddio»8 to bis old friends nnd iiiilghbors In which ho nuld, "Neighbors), glvo your boys a thauoo." Thcno words como with un rntteh force today u» they did tblrty yoard a«o. How glvo thorn ihi» cliMiiBB? Up i« the riorth- W08t Is a grout empire waiting for young and sturdy fellows to come uncl dovolop It end "grow up with thecountrj'." All over tbl» broad land iiru tho young follows, tho boys that Lincoln roferrnd to, neeking to bettor tholr condition and got OH lu life, Here Is their chancel The country referred to 1km uloug tbo NorHiM» Pacific railway. Hero you uaa flud , v»s(*jr much anything ; you want, in Mlnnwota, and in tho Ked Klvcr valley of North Dakota tho fluent of pcalrlo land» Jlttwl f»i wh«ot and grain, or a» well for dlv«rBin»d farming. In wuBtorn North Dakota and Montana are Htock rangoB limitless In «xt»»k, clothed with tho nio»t nutrilloutt of uiugaae. If a fruit fanning roglou IB wa»l«id Hiare is the whole Btato of Washington to gelctt from. AaforsconlodollghtH tho Northern Pa- ollio railroad pagRoa through a »o»ntrr unparalleled. In croBsIng the Hocky, Bitter HootH, and Ctuuiudij iiwuntaiaa the greatest i/iountalfi Bconery to bo seen In the United Statca from tho car windows is found. The wonderful bad landii. wondeif*! !• fpaceful form and glowing color, are u p»am. Lakes Pond d' Orolllo and Ccour d' Alane are alone worthy of a tran8-contln«mtol trip. while thoy aro tbo fisherman's untima thule, The rido along Clark's fork of the Columbia river is a daylight drsam. To cap tho climax this la the only wny to reach tho far-farnod Yellowstone park. To reach and see all thia th» ITor thorn PacUlc railroad furnlsheB trains itmtl service of unaurpasaetl oxoellenco. The most approved and comfortable palace sleeping cars; the best dining cars that can be made; Pullman tourist cara good for both n»at and second-clans paasongors; easy riding day coaches, with baggage, express, and postal care, all drawn by powerful BalilwU locomotives, make a train fit for royalty itself. Those Reeking for now homes should take this train and go and spy out tho land. To bo prepared write to CIIAS. S. FEB. G. P; & T. A., St. Paul, Minn. The Iowa Homestead. The publishers of the Homestead, the weekly twenty-four page agricultural paper of Des Moinea, Iowa, edited by a practical fanner, Inform ua that they will send then- paper from now until tho first of January, free of charge, to every farmer in this county not already a subscriber, who will send his name and address, plainly written on a postal card, to the Homestead Co., Des Moines, Iowa. The copies will be absolutely free, and will be sent to any farmer to enable him to judge for himself of the merits of the Homestead as a paper devotecl to his special interests. On the first of January the paper will be discoutiuued unless subscribed for in due form. TRY a pair of our ladies' $2,go sb,o,ee, now better than ever be/ore. Geo. L. Galbraith & Co. IF you want an oyeraoat we can fit you v'^ Geo.