The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa on March 30, 1892 · Page 1
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ESTABLISHED 1866, ALGONA, IOWA, WEDNESDAY, MARCH 80, 1892. VOL. XXVII-NO* REMOVAL SALE. "rom now until April 1st we will \)ffer our ENTIRE STOCK of Crockery, Glassware, §si Lamp Goods Taylor's Removal Sale. AT NET COST. jfThis is an opportunity seldom offered to buy good, raight goods at wholesale prices. Remember that tjlfnet cost on these goods means a saving to you of from to 40 per cent. IH *' ;M Call early while the stock is complete. W. F. Carter. THE WEEK'S IOWA NEWS, $10,000 Given Away We have bought Frank Bros.' stock of Clothing, and a much larger stock will be added to it, making the only complete stock of Clothing in the county—which must be sold below actual cost, regardless of value. We are going to A Drive in Hats. . We are making a big drive in hats, and offer nobby thatches for the dome of thought at prices that paralyze competidon and popularize our hats. The Latest In Neckwear, Gloves, etc. Jas. Taylor. New Store. I beg to call your attention to the fact that My Doors Are Open with Suits, Overcoats, Hats, Caps, Underwear, Shirts, Collars, and Guffs. In fact everything handled in any exclusive clothing house. Our goods are coming in every day. Everybody come and get your goods cheaper than were ever offered in your town before. Successor to Frank Bros. Frank Bros.' old stand. 200 200 .SHOES LADIES; MENS; CHILDRENS' will be sold for the next 30 days at 25 PER CENT BELOW We will give you great bargains in this line, as we are closing out. Ladies' sizes from 3 to 5^4. LANGPON & HUPSON, «, Z, GROVE. JOHN GROVE. Livery, Feed, and Boarding Stable. SEEDS, SEEDS! Timothy seed, Red clover seed, Mammoth clover seed, White clover seed, Oil cake meal, Lawn and orchard grass, German millet seed, Alsyke seed, Blue grass seed, Red top seed, Canada field seed, Stock food, Seed flax, seed wheat, Seed oats, seed corn, AT J. J, WILSON'S, to the public, in §pear building, the S. C. Iifli a Full Line of ladies,' gents' and children's fine shoes, Clothin Hats and and gents' furnishing goods, which I offer at Greatly Reduced Prices Come one, come all, and see for yourselves how goods are West o/ Tftoriugton Souse. M. & GROVE, Manager. TV/TONEY TO LOAN— iYJ. ON RAILROAD LANDS. Persons wanting to borrow money on railroad lands will do well to call at tae Kossutb County Bank and bring tbei" contracts. sold from 250 to dollar less than store in the city. 500 on the any other The original Mrs. Gen. Tom Thumb appeared at the Grand Opera house at Des Moines last week. She has had an eventful life since the great showman, Barnum, introduced her and her husband to the public, but is as clever and sprightly as ever. Her husband is Primo Magri, who is only a size larger than his wife. His cards and accent proclaim his Italian birth. Baron Magri, a brother of the count, and Miss Lena Holt constitute the other two of the diminutive quartette. The dwarfs do a groat deal of the playing and singing, but there is a variety afforded by a number of good specialty performers. A little girl at Chariton was asked to write the mimes of five leading democrats. She put "John Bull" on the list. "What an unreasonable creature a man is," says Sam Clark. "A young gusher—male—at Ottumwa advertised for a lover. Another young gusher—female—answered his correspondence. He was exceedingly happy until he found out his unknown correspondent was his sister. Then ho called her a fool. He is just like a man." Senator Finn made the world's fail- debate lively by offering an amendment to the effect that a copy of Gov. Boies' New York speech be tacked to each exhibit from Iowa. He said ho was willing to have our big corn, and hogs and other products displayed, but he felt that in justice to visitors, and especially foreigners, it should be known that things were being produced at a loss, according to the governor's official investigations. It is said that the democrats did not enjoy this amendment, especially as Finn assured them that to vote it down would discredit the governor's statements. State Superintendent Knoeppfler has issued his arbor day circular, and appoints April 22 as the time for tree planting. He has prepared a handsome and patriotic leaflet, which will be distributed this week. The death rate of the principal Iowa cities for February is as follows: Council Bluffs, 1.01; Davenport, 1.01; Des Moines, 1.2: Keokuk, 1,005; Muscatine, 0.06; Oskaloosa, 0.93; Ottumwa, 0.8, and Sioux City, 1.62. Prof. Eugene Wambaugh, now of the Iowa State university, will be the dean of the new law school of Western Reserve university at Cleveland. He is regarded as one of the most promising of the young law teachers. He was trained at Harvard, practiced law for nine years at Cincinnati, and is now finishing his third year as professor in Iowa university. He has previously declined a chair in the University of Michigan. ______ Sioux City sent a big delegation to Des Moines to try and have the Gatch bill revived. ______ A young man named Priestly, on his way home to Calamus, Iowa, from the Norfolk asylum, became unmanageable last week, and was put off at Carroll. He stripped and ran through the chair car perfectly nude before he could be restrained. He also struck his mother, who had him in charge, and inflicted an ugly bruise on the eye. The Herald says big'hearted Agent Holmes loaned the unfortunate stranger money to take her deranged son bock to the Norfolk asylum. ______ The Webster City Freeman, in speaking of the choice of D, C. Chase as delegate at large, says: " We believe his distinguished and honored father, the late Judge D. D. Chase, occupied a similar position as delegate-at-large to the national convention in 1864, (when Mr, Lincoln was re-nominated), and was made chairman of the state delegation." A Washington dispatch says that an effort will be made to get a favorable report from the house committee on public buildings on the senate bill for the construction of p'ostofflce buildings. The bill authorizes the buildings in towns whose postoffloe gross receipts have reached $3,000 annually for a period of three years. Should the law be enacted Algona is in the list of Iowa towns that would get a public building. plans to break and enter buildings, which they did do, and some were indicted. This is a matter citizens want to put a stop to for their own mutual benefit," . Gen. Weaver opened the third party campaign at Des Moines last night. The C., M. & St. P, Railway company have purchased the famous Clear Lake park grounds. This will now be made one of the leading summer resorts of the west. ______ A big mass meeting was held in Mason City last week and much enthusiasm was manifested in the cause of prohibition. Ringing addresses were given by D. W. Tolford, chairman of the republican county central committee, Prof. Wilcox, Rev. Mr. Mellik- on, Col. Burmvp, John S. Stnnborry and others. T4io following resolution was unanimously adopted by a rising vote: Resolved, That wo desire the present law in reference to temperance to remain as it is and urge our representatives to give their consent to nothing short of this, and never to license in any form; that we deplore and lament that our senator, N. V. Brower, who so publicly and unequivocally pledged himself to the cause of prohibition in his recent campaign, has so clearly and emphatically violated that pledge and planed himself on the side of license and that his attitude does not represent the sentiment of the people who elected him, and that his course has justly wrought indignation and shame among those who placed him in his present position, upon the strength of his most sacred promises. Ret. Clarkson is at Hot Springs, Arkansas, and is getting over a severe rheumatic attack. The Boston Store B, WOLPERT, Proprietor, F, M. BRONSON, Watches and Jewelry, CLOCKS, SILVERWARE, Silver-plated ware, and all kinds of goods in hfo line. Repairing promptly done. At Frank Bros. 1 store. Belvel, the Des Moines correspondent whom Senator Finn very properly knocked down and who is now under indictment for criminal libel, is asking aid. He is sending out a begging circular to his patrons hoping to have them contribute money to help him out of his scrape. The grand jury at Keokuk has made the following report: " The grand jury finds there is umiUour stealing going on in the olty of Keokuk that Is by home talent." Tho grand jury located three oc four club rooms JjftJbke city, where A Maine girl, who is young and pretty, is making a good thing out of impressionable young men. Her latest victim is a youth at Spirit Lake. He answered her advertisement and opened correspondence, was captivated, signed an agreement to pay her $500 in cash and deed her an 80 acre farm if she married him, and if she did not he was to pay her traveling expenses and $200 in money. She came on, stayed a week or so and one morning announced that she guessed she wouldn't marry. She got her money, for the contract was lawyer drawn and held good. As she averages about 10 such engagements a year and has her expenses thrown in, she is making money very fast. The Mallard Savings bank andGraet- tenger Savings Bank, both of Palo Alto county, have been incorporated under the state law and will begin business immediately. Col, Ormsby is in both. Saturday's Register noted that Mi's. Fannie Schode had shot herself five times at Cedar Rapids, Mrs. Wm. Zimmerman had attempted suicide at Odebolt, the Wright county grand jury was investigating the murder of Win. Mills at Dows, H. E. Fry had been sentenced in Wayne county for manslaughter, a family had been poisoned at Dubuque by lumpy jaw beef, and Joseph Crawford had been crushed to death at Mt. Pleasant. A pretty fair showing for one day in Iowa. Vinton is to have a second corn cant ning factory. The Western Normal college is to be rebuilt at Shenandoah, Iowa, not Lincoln, Nob. At an enthusiastic citizens' meeting in the opera house^ last week the necessary $50,000 was raised to assure the college for Shenandoah, Work will be commenced at once and a grand structure will crown the old site and be opened for the fall term. The Iowa Sheep Breeders' and Wool Growers' association has decided to hold a summer meeting and exhibition at Ames on the college grounds about the 1st of May, This will give opportunity for a pratical exhibition of skill in handling and shearing sheep and preparing the product for market, and a comparison of the wool-producing qualities of the best representatives of all the leading breeds. The college farm flock consists of seven breeds which alone would insure an interesting exhibition, but in addition to this will be a goodly number brought in by sheep men of the state and entered for the liberal prizes to be offerud. The encouragement already received from the wool growers insures the success of this undertaking. It is hoped and expected that all interested in the sheep and wool growing industry will turn out on masse. _______ The veoeut city elections ia Iowa have given the law and order element considerable courage. Mayor Pierce in Sioux City has been clearing ou,t the saloons, the uxarshall iu Otkuuiwa has closed them all, in Creston the city council has begun actiTU operations, while in CUutou f beettisar J •-"«

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