The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa on February 15, 1893 · Page 1
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ESTABLISHED 1866. ALGONA, IOWA, WEDNESDAY, FEBKUARY 15, 1893. VOL. XXVII--NO. 47> See the Big Assortment of Ladies' . Underwear, Worth from 6Sc 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. GAIBMITH 4 CO. GROCERIES! GROCERIES! O UR stock is new and fresh; we handle none but the best; call and see us and get our prices. Syrups of all Kinds. Flour! We can save you ! money on Flour. Minnesota Straight at 90c a sack. Langdon & Hudson. THE JOHN PAUL LUMBER 00. SUCCESSORS TO J. J. WILSON. Office and yard on Dodge street, south of State, ALGONA, IOWA. Handles the "best of all descriptions of ial, Which includes everything that is possibly needed for the construction of anything ] rom a picket fence to the very finest residence. WE MEET ALL COMPETITION. Come and give us a chance to figure your bills, and we will prove to you that what we say is the truth. ,A.X*ES3C. CP CO CD L f and embalming will always receive careful and personal attention, Prices are reasonable, < Don't be Bashful About asking for anything in the Grocery line. OIL, GASOLINE, We sell FLOUR, SYRUP, VINEGAR, And everything kept in a first-class Grocery. fc^ASK FOR .WHAT YOU WANT. YOU SHALL HAVE IT IF IT IS TO BE HAD. Opera DBloclc. A Bargain for somebody. b We have a line of last year's styles of CARPET SAMPLES (all qualities) and a few sample pair of Fine Lace Curtains, slightly soiled, which we will sell, while they last, at about one-half original price. The Grange Store. 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' 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 & Brunson. OFFICE OVER JAS. TAYLOR'S STORE, ONE DOOR EAST OF POSTOFFIOE. 0, It. LUND. J. J. EYAN [Successors to C. L. Lund—Established 1880.] REAL ESTATE DEALERS - - xo-w-a.. We wish to announce to the readers of THE UPPER DES MOINES that we have extraordinary facilities for the selling of farms and unimproved lands In northern Iowa, and we Invite all who wish to dispose of Ihelr property to call on us at our office in Algona, or to correspond with us. J^~As soon as spring opens we have a large number of customers from the eastern itates who are ready to come out and secure a piece of Iowa soil at reasonable rates We be- ieve In fair dealing, and if you want to sell your property don't waste any time in listing it witli us. Yours respectfully, LUND & RYAN. JULIUS PLETH. List your Lands with me if you want to make a quick sale.- OFFICE OVER ALGONA STATE HANK. FARM LOANS MADE From 5 col Years at 1 per 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 WINKIi, JOHN GROVE«» THE WEEK'S IOWA NEWS, An Iowa man who is sojourning 1 in the south writes from Savannah, Georgia, that he is all the time longing for an old-fashioned Iowa winter: " I am not at alt in love with the climate as far as my experience goes. I suffer more with chills than I ever did in the north in even the coldest weather. The weather here is extremely changeable and the damp cold is very penetrating and needs to bo as carefully guarded against as the cold weather in Iowa." The Keoley Cure has done a good thing down at Dayton. A man lias taken it and then gone and hunted up his divorced wife and remarried her, and they are happy together. The Capital says Nebraska's new senator, Win. V. Allen,, was formerly an Iowa man hailing from West Union. He studied law with L. L. Ainsworth. Ho was a soldier in the Thirty-second Iowa infantry. Nine years ago ho went to Nebraska, locating at Madison, his present home. His conversion to the populist idea of politics occurred during the campaign of 1890, and since that time he has been an enthusiastic and constant advocate of that party's principles. In the fall of 1891 he was nominated by the populists for judge of the Ninth judicial district and was elected. Previous to going over to tho populists he was an enthusiastic republican. He is an enthusiastic Grand Ai-my man. The newly elected senator is a giant in stature, and it is said his mental calibre is consistent with his physical make up. He is said to lean in sympathy toward the republican party. There are eight ex-governors of Iowa living: Samuel J. Kirkwood, W. M. Stone, Samuel Merril, C. C. Carpenter, J. G. Nowbold. J. H. Gear, B. R. Sherman and Wm. Larrabee. George L. Dobson, formerly member of the Iowa legislature from Buona Vista county, and at present connected with an insurance company and living at Des Moines, is burdened with a government office which he has found it impossible to dispose of. He was appointed receiver of a land office in Oklahoma, but did not find it as profitable as he expected and came back to Des Moines. He resigned, but his resignation was never accepted, and the senate having refused to confirm the nomination of his successor, he has been ordered back to Oklahoma to remain until some democrat wants his job. ' The Bever will case at Cedar Rapids has lasted nearly six week. Nearly every prominent man and woman in that city has been called as a witness and the case has been fought bitterly. The chief closing 1 arguments are to be by Col. Clarke on one side and Judge Hubbard on the other. Maj. Ham, private secretary to Gov. Boies, denies the story sent out by Sioux City correspondents to the effect that the Fourth regiment will not attend the world's fair on account of lack of funds, the money having been used at the dedicatory exercises. Maj. Ham says the guard will go to Chicago as contemplated. Owing to the illness of Gen, Greene matters have not been expedited as hoped, and to this is due the complaint that some of the officers of the Fourth regiment have not been paid for their time in camp. This means that Company F will get there all right. In an interview Judge Shiras of Du- buquo eulogized Judge Jackson and said he hoped the senate would confirm his nomination. Judge Shiras was the most conspicuous republican President Harrison overlooked when he appointed Judge Sanborn of Minneapolis, democrat, to the circuit bench. Wm. McMillan of Atlantic City lays claim to the ownership of the largest ox in the world. His measurements are as follows: From head to rump, 12 feet 4 inches; from tip of nose to tip of tail, 17 feet 8 inches; girth, 11 feet one inch; across hips, 2 feet 9 inches; from brisket to top of shoulder, 4 feet 11 inches; circumference—front leg at body, 29 inches; of hind leg between knee and body, 2 feet 8 inches; height to top of shoulder, 6 feet four inches; weight, 3,890 pounds. This weight was taken last fall on his return from an exhibition tour to the county and state fairs in Iowa and Nebraka. Mr. McMillan estimates that his ox, named Jumbo, will now weigh at least 300 pounds more than when weighed last fall. Fort Dodge is reported to have enjoyed a great social sensation. Miss Eva Cumminge, a singer of note, yjfeJtJng friends there, She who has managed serio-comic representations, took the chorus in hand and her daughter was to sing Nancy to Miss Cummings' Martha. A disagreement arose between the prima donna and Mrs. Duncombo, arousing the vindictiveness of the latter lady, who dismissed the chorus, withdrew her daughter from the cast, and demanded that other singers should throw up their parts. She even went so far as to threaten to withdraw her patronage from a dry goods merchant if ho permitted his clerk to sing one of the leading roles. Tho threatened boycott caused the resignation of tho clerk from tho opera company. Miss Cummings, however, was not a woman to be downed. Tho chorus was reorganized, characters recast, and the opera successfully presented to a house crowded to the doors with people who represented tho best elements of tho city. Tho personal effects of the Andrews Opera company wore attached at Boonoville, Mo., tho other day by Jas. Murphy, their colored cook. It appears that the day before Murphy had a fight at Sedalia with Jas. Bradshaw, tho porter, and in the meleo Murphy was knocked oil the train while in motion. Ho managed to get on his feet and followed tho company on tho next train. The trouble was fixed up, however, and tho company's effects were released. A state organization has been effected, entitled the Iowa Art association, having for its object tho advancement of pictorial art and culture within the state. Tho officers are: President, D. N. Richardson, Davenport; corresponding secretary, C. E. Baldwin, Dos Moines; recording secretary, Miss Ora E. Miller, Cedar Rapids; treasurer, Miss Mary Hancock, Dubuque; vice president, Tenth congressional district, Miss Rose Train, Fort Dodge. The vice-presidents are expected obtain information concerning art work in the several counties in their district, and if posssble form a district organization to become a part of tho state organization. >n!& for adioptioa families a, four PROM THE COUNTY TOWNS. WESLEY. WESLEY, Feb. 13.— Farmers are improving the time by pressing and marketing their hay this fine weather. Miss Katie Bacon of DCS Moines has been here for tho past week visiting- old friends. Sale bills are out for Nick Studer's sale which is to take place at his farm, three miles south of W«sley, the 28th. We have been informed that he has rented his farm and intends moving to Wesley on account of hie wife's health, which is very poor moat of the time. W. Ringbdorf and Miss Barslou of Bancroft was here Saturday and Sunday visiting their brother and sister, Mr. and Mrs, Barslou. A. J. Norton has returned from Hampton, where he has been for several days visiting his folke. Jack is a very proud young man. Ik ie said that he changes his neck-tie several times a day lately. Charley Jones of Sexton was in our town Monday, Charley is buying grain and hay for Bender Bro'a & Co. at Sexton this winter, Rev. Faus of Britt held quarterly meeting here Sunday, while Rev, Estewan of Wesley went to Corwith and field quarterly meeting there. Rev. Eighmy of Corwith went to Britt and officiated for Elder Black the same day. Hugh Smith and Gle» Brunson, a couple of Algona's live young men were in town Monday. Guy Butts spent Sunday with friends at Plymouth. Ernest Marks got into trouble one day last week with one of Mr. Mitchel'a boys of Prairie township, Mr. Mitchell came over to Wesley and swore out a warrant charging Marks with assault and battery. The constable went out and brought Marks to town, He pleaded guilty to the charge before 'Squire Robinson and was fined ?10 and costs. Mrs. J. W. Hopkins has been on the sick list for the past week, but'is some better now. Rodney Hill of Britt w»i on our streets Monday. G, B. Hall and John Longbottom went down to Algona Tuesday. E. F. Bacon returned from Deg Moines Monday. . The masquerade ball at Kunz hall Monday night W»B well utteudtd and a good time was enjoyed by all. J, C. Raymond our county attorney was in our town Tuesday on business. Markets: Wheat, 50c; oats, 2-ic; barley, 28c; flax, $1.02; hoge, $135; hay. $2.50 loose, $3@4.50 baled. DBUNKENSKSS, OH Tag U^OOB HABIT, Cui«4 u» H«UM in TAB &»y« fcy Admlnis- terliig Dr. U»iu«s' tiol4«* £p»«iu«. It cati be given iu a glass of beor, a oup of coffee or tea, or in food, without the knowledge of the patient. I> IB absolutely harmless, and will effect a permanent and, speedy cure, whether the patient is a moderate drinker or an alcoholic wreck. It has been given iu thousands of cases, and in every instance a perfect cuee hus followed. It never fail*. The sy»t«m one* impregnated with the specific, it becomes au utter impossibility for the liquor appetite to wist. Cures guaranteed. A 48.-p.wjf boo* of particulars free. Address the GoliUu Specific Co., 185 Race street, Ctyeinuftl, <>Wtf

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