The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa on November 22, 1893 · Page 7
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The well-known and successful specialist in Chronic and Nervous diseases and diseases of the Eye and Ear, by request of many friends and patients will visit _.. ON WEDNESDAY, DECEMBER I3t!i, AT THE THORINGTON, OSfS ZUT ONLY, EVEKY MONTH. 8VLTA.TIOX FREE. CON- OAti)8, Chicago, Milwaukee A St. Fan. IXJOAti TRAINS WSST. Sioux City. Sioux Falls and Pa cific Coast ttalns- No. 1 departs at No.9 departs at ................. .'•••• Freights that Cfttty passengers- No. 71 departs at .................... 11 No. 83 departsat.... ..... . .......... ll. TBAtNS EAST. St. Paul, Minneapolis and World's Fair trains— ™ > n . Ko. 2 departs at ................... '-^ No. 4 departsat ................ - ..... 5. Freights that carry passengers- No. 76 departs at .................... -' ^7T — went for the fall term thus far!h^ been 115 students, and the winter term, which begins soon after the holidays, givee promise of being the best attend- Id in the history of the school. Several have suggested the propriety of a biff wolf hunt. Farmers say that wolves^re doing-lots of damage, and that they are plenty. A big hunt would furnish exciting sport. I* it to organized we would suggest that Baker be let out of iail to lead. He is the most successful wolf man we know of. ° 1 N V o a o3 9 cTrie e s 1 passengers between Mason Chicago & Northwestern Railway. North- Mixed 8:18ain Pass 3:31pm Freight 10:00 «*o" w Pa S B°s Utt r.... »,MP S Mixed °ilScS w lil v »|M POE 8EVENTY-HVE DOLLARS, iS&ypl DR. DOWNING, Author of "Nervous Debility." Generative Exhaustion, Its Cause and Cure, etc. This skillful and reliable SPECIALIST, For sale, a two-horse boiler and engine, in good condition, and in daily use. It is just the thing for any farmer who wants power for running a feed cutter, a feed grinder, and steam for feed cooking purposes. The outfit is nearly as good as new, and is offered for $75-.ust half what it cost This is the opportunity of a lifetime for anyone who wants that kind of power. Time will'be given on good paper. For further information call at THE Urran DBS MOINES office, Algona, loWa, or address the publishers. : The Andrews Opera company are again in hard luck. Charles Andrews, the oldest of the brothers and advance man for the company, was struck by a frieght train as he got off the passenger at Morrison, 111., last Friday and fdlled. He was well known In Algona, where he came several times with the company. Monday marked the close of another financial quarter with this paper and our patrons will be called on in duo season. In spite of hard times our merchants have boomed their business and all report a good trade. No matter what happens to the rest of the world hard times don't get much of a grip on Kossuth. Jos. Thompson now has a shoe with a four-inch sole and one leg is permanently that much shorter than the other. Dr. Fail-child, who was up to examine Mrs. Graham's injuries, examined him and tells him that he will always be a cripple. It is rather hard on him, but it is better than might have resulted from the smash-up. not heard how the present result, brought about, whether the schotf. .. -moved or whether Miss Bftldwifi thinks education and the smell of stale beer are compatible. Mrs. Sinn, who was sentenced to the penitentiary for six months for assist- tog her husband to burglarize the Northwestern safe at Lucerne last summer, returned to Algona with her nine months baby, and went to the poor house last week. A slight ailment attracted no attention, but Thursday morning it developed rapidly and she died. She was buried here in Algona and Mr. Benjamin has written to friends to know what disposition to make of the i child. When Mrs. Sinn went on the stand to testify she took all the blame on herself and her husband was willing to swear It on hei hoping that he might escape and she bear tTie punishment. Judge Thomas sized the situation up and gave him 18 months. Mrs. Sinn was probablya victim of his oyil association, and her sad death pays the penalty of his rascality. Such cases as this ra so a suspicion that a proper balance Is not always kept in this world. The Riverside Oak, 1 V ' .. i. •v Chronic and Nervous Diseases which he has effected that had baffled the skill of other physicians and specialists. HE CURES WHEN OTHERS FAIL. Diseases of BYES and BARS, Granulated Lids, Cataract, Cross Eyes straightened without pain or danger, Dischai'ging -Eara .Deafness? etc. Diseases of NOSE and I H.KUA i , Catarrh, Bronchitis, Asthma, etc., diseases of Stomach and Liver, Dyspepsia, Indigestion, Heartburn, Biliousness, Jaundice, etc., KIDNEY and BLADDER troubles, Blood and ' Skin diseases, Scrofula, Pimples, Blotches, Eczema, Ulcer's, etc., Nervous Diseases, Headache, Hysteria, Insomnia, lack of vitality, lan- Suor Nervousness, Rheumatism, Neuralgia, etc, Diseases of Women, Deformities. Sui- giSal operations of all kinds successfully performed. YOUNG AND MIDDLE-AGED MEN <3,iffprtne from Lost Manhood, Nervous or Phviicaf Debility, Seminal Weakness, Lost V?|orf Decline of y Manly Powers, Drains Discharges or Losses Varicocele, and all the train radiant hopes, rendering marriage unhappy toratlon. ttonsullations sacredly confidential GE 1 -"Those contemplating mar are aware of physical defects o render marriage a dis- THE CITY CIRCUIT. The outcome of the Bowman trial at Clarion lost week was a disagreement of the jury and Bowman is still in jail. Mr. Quarton says the reports they > received showed that the jury stood eight for conviction and four for acquittal. They were out 24 hours and could not agree. This makes Bowman's second trial and he will still have another. strictly confiden _J e Liror^UonsTr"ee^AJresB. with Postage,^ w< Read Stough's advertisement. Burt votes Saturday on incorporation. Presiding Elder Black preaches next Sunday. A new tailoring establishment is promised in Algona. Rain Monday night came rather late in the season to do any good. The Woman's Relief Corps will meet Thursday evening at 7 o'clock. Thanksgiving falls on the fifth Thursday and the last day of November. The reading room supper was liberally patronized last week, $38 being the net result. Milt Moore brought a car load ol cattle from the world's fair trip to his Fenton farm, says the Burt Monitor. The Methodist church is holding regular revival meetings every night now and is having a full attendance. Dun's commercial reporter was in town yesterday. He says Algona IB financially best off of any town in the state. Dr. Morse operated on a hair-lip and cleft palate for a little child of Hans Jenson living west of Bancroft, last week. Marriage licenses have been issued to E W. Dreyer and Alvena Dau, Al- fred'Norman and Martha Lavold, Or ren Kinney and Lucy Clark. FINANCIAL. Thompson & Dprweller have dissolved partnership at Whittemore, and Alex will continue the business. Henry has not decided what he will do. CAPITAL .............................. * 50 ' 000 Incorporated under general laws of Iowa. Deposits received, money loaned, foreign and ggffs sssss ffs WM. H. INGHAM .................... President j B. JONES .................... Vice President LEWIS H. SMITH ...................... Cashier THi-Bctors— Wm H. Ingham, John G. Smith, j B Jones, T ChrlschllTes, Lewis H. Smith, J. W. Wadsworth, Darnet Devine. __ The First National Bank CAPITAL S50 ' 000 Special attention given to collections. AMBUOSE A. CAU- President D. H. HUTCIUNS Vice President WJl. K. FERGUSON Caalller Fancy shots are invited to Burt nex week Wednesday to compete for Thanksgiving turkeys. We have an idea that Mike Walsh will have a hand in. Letters are advertised for Geo. Butts, Mattie Griffin, J. N. Heal, J. N. Jacobs, Mattie Johnson, Pett Keeler, Jas. J. Kirby, Chas. Lewis, E. McEnroe, Ninne Oken, Jno. Peterson Jr. Gov, Boies last week appointed C. L. Lund as delegate to the national farmers' congress which meets at Savannah, Go., on Dec. 12. Iowa if entitled to 23 delegates. Mr. Lund will attend. A shot gun belonging to Jack St. John was raffled off last night, Orville Minklor winning. It was not an expensive gun but $120 of tickets were sold, Jack's many friends all buying. An Emmet county man was down last week with a property statement note he had traded a horse for. When he found out the character of the note he replevied his horse and took it home. The Kossuth county insurance company was not represented atDesMoines last week at the annual meeting. Interesting reports were read for the state showing that mutual farm insurance is successful. The cost for 1 8 state companies averaged is $1.99 each year on $1,000 insurance. This is very cheap insurance but for three years it stands for the expense with the mutuals. At the meeting of the library association, when they arranged for the supper of the 16th, the price was fixed at 15 cents, and it was so advertised. The afternoon of the supper some of the ladles of the association, not knowing to what extent the price had been circulated, changed it to 25 cents. Those who in their invitations had stated the lower price, felt that this explanation was due those invited. One of the most elaborate dancing parties ever given in Algona will occur Saturday, Dec. 2. It will be a "Charity Ball " the proceeds to be devoted to charitable objects. The Marshailtown orchestra will be present, Supt. Hughes and a party from Eagle Grove, visitors From Webster City, Bancroft, Burt and other neighboring towns will be present. It will be in Clarke's hall and will be probably the best party of the season. Some years ago Algonians with others in the state invested in a glow ing project known as the Durango Iron mountain in Mexico. Like other mm ing speculations this one has no realized the fond hopes Inspired. Las week anewcompany at Dubuque bough the mountain. Jas. Callanan of De Moines and Dubuque parties take th whole thing. Most of the origina stockholders havo been squeezed out but we learn that our Algona men hav held on and now get their money bac with ten per cent, interest. CimisOHiLLES & HERBST havo received bv express their second assortment of ladies' cloaks. This new line contains all of the latest styles and several novelties that huvo been brought out since the first of the season. Ladies should not miss looking over these garments, as there are over a hundred different styles and patterns to select from. Beautiful navy blues with black Hercules and martin fur trimmings; tans and browns trimmed with bcavoi, also blues and blacks with full beaver collars, extra length. A large number of garments in different colors with the " Worth" collar, plain or tipped, eithoi with umbrella back or tailor made. Wo have also received a special order of full-length capes in black, plain, and diagonals, for elderly Iadies.-35t2 With COLD AIE toes, are double heaters, save one-third the fuel, have large ash pans, will hold^ the fire twelve hours or longer, is the most perfect soft coal burner made, Don't cost any more than some common Oaks, It will pay you to call and see us before you buy A Stove, Range, or Hardware. LOST—On Thursday, Nov. 16, between the residence of Dr. H. O. McCoy and the Grand Army hall, a white table cloth; finder will please return to Mrs. H. C. McCoy. A lot of second-hand stoves, cheap. :. T- WARM GOODS.. •' ' ' "-— ~"~ Ca\X H! Spencer; Win. K. Ferguson Monev always on hand to loan at reasonable rates tTpartleafurnlahlng nrst-clasa security. CASH CAPITA!, $50,000. ALGONA, I01\'A. Offletra and Dirccton- A. D. Clarke, President, O 0 Chubb, Vice Prest., Chas. C. St. Glair, Cashier, Geo. L. Galbraith, W. 0. Tyrrell, Myron Schenck, Tfcos. F. Coolie A big 15-pound wild goose arrived for J. J. Wilson Monday, shot by his son, Harry, over near Emmetsburg. Geese don't know when they are well off if they come within range of Harry's gun. . Dr Coo of Kansas City, a relative of Jack St. John, was up last week to see him and do what ho could to help him. Mr. St. John still holds out and hope has not been given up that he will yet pull through, Irvington is to celebrate Thanks_ giving. Thursday evening at 7 o'clock there will be services at the church, the ohoir will render excellent music, and afterwards a good supper will be served by the young people and ladies. All are invited. The wedding of Miss Hattle Heckai and Eugene Schaffter at Eagle Grove last Thursday evening is described as a very pleasant affair. Presiding Elder Black officiated and many relatives and friends were present. The bride grew up in Algona, where she has a host of friends, and Mr. Schaffter is well known here through his frequent visits and his lectures. THE UPPER DBS MOINES regrets that it could not be represented but sends the heartiest of good wishes to the happy couple, who start out under such propitious auspices. The following signs of a hard winter are reported: Corn husks are thicker and have an orange tint instead of light lemon hue, the goose bone shows larger and whiter spots than usual, theThog's melt runs jagged instead of smooth, chipmunks and squirrels are laying in larger stores of nuts, partridges are lighting on barns instead of trees, ducks are flying in U shaped flocks instead of V shaped, and green frogs are changing their skins and seeking deep wells. Take these with Hicks' and Foster's predictions and our fate seems to be settled. Bonlebrae _~ , At Humboldt, Iowa, offers several very choicely bred short-horn bulls. They are, some of them, pure Cruickshanks and Cruickshank topped. They are not culls, as one-half of this year's crop of bulls are steered. Wo havo also a choice lot of pure Shropshire lambs and 60 grade ewes, all for sale cheap and on time for good paper. Correspondence 35t6 ed ' J. J. SMART, Proprietor. THE lowest prices on horse blankets at Stough's. TAKE your shillings to the Opera House Grocery. That's where they >uy the most. GEO L. GALBRAITH & Co. always keep a big stock of shoes of all kinds at ;he lowest prices. NEW stock of carpets, portiers, lace curtains, at Galbraith's. ARCTICS of all sizes and kinds—at Stough's. WE are closing out our stock o clothing at big bargains. Geo. L. Gal braith & Co._ FOR real estate time loans at the yor lowest rates, make inquiry at the Kos suth County bank. NEW goods received at Stough's ev ery day. Call and look them over. I have a complete stock of Lined Shoes, Arcsics, Fur Robes, Blankets, Gloves and Mittens. Call and get prices. — i '" - • F. S. STOUGH. Banking. DEPOSIT VAVLTS, Tho theatre Friday evening promises a verv pleasant entertainment. me company were so successful at Mason Cltv that they were secured to retuin inafew weeks. They also open the new and handsome opera house at Charles City this week. Two Algona boys g r » duate * dt ^ f *l- readv located. Frank B. McCall has gone to Nevada, near Amea, to practice IndCbas. McCall has gone.to Andubon. Both have done good wort at scnooi, Ed Johnson down in Sherman township had a lively prairie fire .experience last week that looked serious for a minute. He and some others wore pressing hay and had a jug of water which had frozen. They wanted a drink and gathering together some straw made a little fire to warm the iug A little breeze caught the straw and' scattered it, fire started in a dozen peaces at once and before they could say Jack Robinson was going for a lot of bay stacks. About 50 tons was burned which Ed. promptly paid for. rejoicing to think he got off so easy. Jurors have been selected as follows for the December term of court which meets Dec. 11: Algona, A. Evans^ J. R. Laird, Jas. Patterson, H.. W. Rig, A D. Paine, Plum Creek, it. M. -' - , Bancroft, Peter Even Geo. FEBSONAL MOVEMENTS. Mrs. W. H. Ingham is in Omaha visiting her daughter, Mrs. Russell. Mrs. J. P. Taylor, D. S. Ford's sister, has gone to California for the winter. W. B. Quarton and J. C. Raymond havo been attending court atHumboldt this week. D A Buellwas down Friday from Burt where ho has been several weeks. Pie says Minneapolis is quiet. q C Platt of Forest City was in town an hour or so Saturday. As he views the political fray ho looks longingly to Kossuth again. Robt. Cordlngley was down from Chain Lakes last week. He has become one of the big stock raisers up ?heTeand looks as though it agrees with him. E B. Campbell and daughter were down from Armstrong }«* week. Mr. Campbell was the first settler in the nSborhoodof that nourishing city, and still lives at the well known homestead. Time treats him lightly. YOU WANT TO KNOW —"•"—Jin: OBB"IS THE MAN, I \ *i Cooper Iapn. TUo two-story stool-clad Store Building n Dodge street, ono-half block north of — 1 Jones of Cresco, «"~ ""iayine VltE J will sell you better F LOUR wm^ money than you can b u y elsewhere, or no money. Every sack warranted and delivered, Col. J. J. Smart wns up from Humboldt last week, and expressed his surprise at seeing the improvement n Algona. He was mainly instrumental m locating the Northwestern road here and was in the county often at that time. Ho now has a big stock and fruit farm and is an enthusiast on horses, cattle, hogs and fruit for northern Iowa. He says he has pear, cherry and apple trees as tough as willows. CALL at Stough's for your lined shoes. _ . [ WANTED—AH the eggs you have to sell, at the Opera House Grocery. W B. CAKEY has a few dollars to loan at less than usual rates on chattel 8ecurity.-33t4 LOTS of butter of the best quality at the Opera House Grocery. LADIES' anTrnisses'^etei in all the latest styles; also new stock of dress goods at Galbraitb/8. ,ra.i;^uoo«<=/' i on to the Ooera House Grocery for asiCr^Kad^^^ ..._._ . 1 ™K™I o^nad TueS-.l ^^ ^ ^ ^ ^ ^^ and styles in bats. E. Reeved Co. Another carload of the celebrated Cooper Wagons has just been received at the Wig- tBon: Cresco, Alex Browu; Plum E 'MoWborter, Frank f business. Is in flno condition, ho entto'buiidlng would make an A 1 STAND FOR A RESTAURANT, Will rent the upper or lower floor sopa- •ately, if desired. jrgp Will exchange lot and building for a farm. GARDNER COWLES, Opera House Block, Algona. fc fmlrbhmy word u»ed to design*t« only bow (ring) which cannot be pulled, the watch. till aU are served. A it, but the school directors «BIBI«U on :»wi t s l a a S|tt'SSLS! bD9 3CI*Q*H w*m .J^H^ •o<A\«m\nrl Vft« 1 roosw for renj in private tta* w?i TEGAL TBE STANDARP FORMS. PJ4ATS SJ* mOBISS STASIS J±X5ni Vvwm M«^»» Here'stheiaea It posititely prevents tfie low of *tcl» by theft, «»4 »vpid| '^1 ' dropping. IT CAN ONbY IV HAD with f«»l — Ail w»ua dt »!«» nU thjm without «*trt *wfe jewel* ft* |MW^**i » tW* l» Kc fi,

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