The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa on November 29, 1893 · Page 5
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Algona, Iowa
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Wednesday, November 29, 1893
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THE OTMK DES MOINES: ALGONA, IOWA, WEBNESDAY L NOVEMBER 29, 1893, The well-known and successful specialist In Chronic and Nervous diseases and diseases of the Eye and Bar, by request of many Mends and patients will visit ON WEDNESDAY, DECEMBER 13th, At THE THORINGTON, ONE DAY ONLY, EVBKY MONTS. CONSULTATION FREE. DR. DOWNING, Author of "Nervous Debility." Generative Exhaustion, its Cause and Cure, etc. This skillful and reliable SPECIALIST, •well and favorably known throughout the northwest for the many wonderful cures of Chronic and Nervous Diseases which he has effected that had baffled the skill of other physicians and specialists. I HE CURES WHEN OTHERS FAIL. 'f- Diseases of EYES and EARS, Granulated ftLids, Cataract, Cross Eyes straightened with- tEbutpalnor danger, Discharging Ears, Deaf- f ' ness, etc. Diseases of NOSE and THROAT, Catarrh, Bronchitis, Asthma, etc., diseases of Stomach and Liver, Dyspepsia, Indigestion, MfcHeartburn, Biliousness, Jaundice, etc., KID- 'AfSNEY and BLADDER troubles, Blood and »Skln diseases, Scrofula, Pimples, Blotches, flSJjftlSezema. Ulcers, etc., Nervous Diseases, Head- AaKitthe, Hysteria, Insomnia, lack of vitality, lan- 'vflS.ii'Wjor, Nervousness, Rheumatism, Neuralgia, !., Diseases of Women, Deformities. Sur- kl operations of all kinds successfully per- m> YOUNG AND MIDDLE-AGED MEN Ifferlng from Lost Manhood, Nervous or '-steal Debility, Seminal Weakness, Lost •, Decline of Manly Powers, Drains, Dls- = es or Losses Varicocele, and all the train fUHXffiwuf&evtia resulting from excesses, errors of )pv «**$6'iith, etc., producing some of the following lESi'iifgflects, as Nervousness, Emissions, Blotches pJ'MwJoltfS'-Plmples, Debility, Dizziness, Defective W^fepMflinory, Absence of Will Power, Confusion of mWSSSAiatta. Aversion to Society, Sexual Exhaus- aln In the Back, etc., blighting the most ,,, t hopes, rendering marriage unhappy ig'and business a failure, sweeping thousands to Kan untimely grave. No matter who has failed ifcbnsult the Doctor. He has cured thousands 3,f,'w i h'o;,have given up In despair. A perfect res- fftl'tpratlpn. Consultations sacredly confldentia.. ' SOeiays are dangerous. feiMABEIAGE. — Those contemplating mar- Mage-Who are aware of physical defects or Treajtness which would render marriage a dis- ' "ointment will do well to call on us. ,_JJEE examination of the urine, chemical Qdffliloroscopical in all cases of kidney dis aLHflKWbright's disease, diabetes, and sperma- pea. Brlugflpecimen. titflcable Owes perfected in old cases which . ^bflen neglected or unsklllfully treated. Hdf^iperiments or failure. ii'Gaijes and correspondence strictly conflden- .-......,_.. . of emotions f ree . Address, with DR. DOWNING, J West Madison St,, CHICAGO, ILL. FINANCIAL. 850,000 llllpa'ixjrporated under general laws of Iowa. jiBpOslts received, money loaned, foreign and nfsjtte exchange bought and sold. Collee- s.made promptly, and a general banking itete transacted. Passage tickets to or s old countries sold at lowest rates. S Iv '« !i ' K INGHAM .................... President .................... Vice President S H. SMITH ...................... Cashier .^otors—Wm. H. Ingham, John G. Smith, ?J6nes, T. ChriBChllles, Lewis H. Smith, J. Pidsworth, Barnet Devine. First National Bank (WITAL. .$50,000 Special attention given to collections. JIOSE A. CALti President isHUTCHINS Vice President C. FERGUSON Cashier Ctors—D. H. Hutchlns, S. A. Ferguson, i Dorweller, W. F. Carter, Ambrose A. ' H. Spencer, Wm. K. Ferguson. ifoney always on hand to loan at reasonable s to parties furnishing first-class security, CASH CAPITAL, 850,000. ALGONA, IOWA. ffljgnynd Directors— I'p, Clarke, President, , Chubb, Vice Prest., a. O. St. Clalr, Cashier, , L. Galbralth, 3, Tyrrell, on Scheuck, , F. Cooke. General Banking. WPRIVATE SAFETY DEPOSIT VAVLT8. |'Ul sell you better FLOUR other mill products for less ||py||riey than you can buy else- fjflfhere, or no money. Every warranted and delivered. mm OASDS, Chicago, Milwaukee ft St. Pant LOCAt, TRAINS WEST. No. 7 departs at 8:30 am No. 9 departs at 4 ;26 p m Freights that carry passengers- No. 83 departs at 11:55 am No. 71 departs at 0:15 pm .' TRAINS BAST. No. 2 departs at , 10:12 atn No. 8 departs at 5:38 pm Freights that carry passengers- No. 76 departs at lliOOpm No. 04 departs at 1:45 p m R. F. HEDMCK, Agent. Chlcngo & Northwestern Railway. North- Mixed 8:18 a m Pass 3:;)3pm South- Pass 2:40pm Mixed 0:07 pm Freight...'... 10:00 a m Freight.... 10:00 a m Pass, arrives at Chicago at 7 a m; arrives at Dea Molnes at 8:15 p m. Lv. Des M. 2:30 a m Mixed connects with flyer and arrives at Chi cago at 8 a. m. F. H. VESPER, Agent. FOR SEVENTT-PIVE DOLLARS, 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 $T5—just half what it cost. This is the opportunity of a lifetime for anyone who wants that kind of power. Time will bo given on good paper. For further information call at THE UPPKH DES MOIKES office, Algona, Iowa, or address the publishers. ^^^^__^______ THE CITY CIRCUIT. Two inches of snow came last night. Court sits n, week from next Monday. The Grange store is right on deck this week. A little girl at Frank Winkel's is a late arrival. Rev. Dorwavd was on the sick list Sunday and did not preach. A lot of rifle shots went to Burt this morning to win Thanksgiving turkeys. J. L. Sutton has been in Chicago trading for furniture in the big hotels. The Good Templars are preparing a midway plaisance to be held in about three weeks. A new tailor shop is soon to go in the Clarke building. W. C. Wagner of Cedar Rapids is the man. The ladies of the Library association will meet in the reading room on Friday, Dec. 1, at 3 o'clock. THE UPPER DBS MOINES and Weekly State Register $1.90 for 1894. Now is the time to subscribe. Miss Jessamine Jones has been sick with tonsilitis the past week and Miss Randall has taught her room in school. Thanksgiving services will be held in the Baptist church tomorrow at 11 o'clock. Rev. Davidson will preach the sermon. THE UPPER DES MOINES and Weekly State Register for next year for $1.90 is about the best reading combination we know of. The grip seems to be around again. Mrs. S. Benjamin has been having a seige of it, and H. Hoxie is kept at home by it. The Northwestern train now goes south at 2:40 in the afternoon, seven minutes later, and north at 8:33, two minutes later. Mr. and Mrs. John Grove were over at Charles City and Rockford last week to visit friends vyho are going to California for the winter. Union Thanksgiving services in the German M. E. church at Burt on Thursday, Nov. 30, at 11 a. m., to which all are cordially invited. The charity ball Saturday evenin will open at 8 o'clock, and the ban will then begin to play. A grand march will open the exercises. Charlie Miller, son of Fred. Miller of Plum Creek, has opened a harness shop in Burt. He learned his trade with D. B. Avey and is a good workman. The Dingley & Moffatt case against Matron for the cribbing stallion is to bo tried at this term of court. M. J. Wade will be up to take part again. Mayor Boyle was over yesterday. He says Whitteraore is a fine place to visil when the boys behave themselves, bul that it isn't healthy for thorn when they don't. Prof. Follansbee, a national corn missioner of eductaion, wasin town last week and visited the schools. He made some very excellent remarks to the normal students. Manager Harry Wilson was over for the theatre Friday evening. He has the company engaged for his house this week. Emmetsburg will have a first- class entertainment. Marriage licenses have been issued to R. Gabriel and A. E. Kegley, Charles Phillips and Carrie Leeper, David Schmidt and Eva Krammer, Tab Loats and Myrtle Johnson, The Good Will society of the McWhorter district will give an all-day Thanksgiving festival at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Daniel Rice. Come early and remain as long as possible. Thomas Henders_on is over al Whitteinore moving Emil Chris- chilles' building east to the new town. It is rumored that Henry Thompson will start a store with him soon. Dr. Keneflck cut a smoker's cancer from his brother's lip last week. It was caused by pipe stems and cigars irritating the lip, and is quite common. He has two brothers in Belmond in the drug business. Dr. Stull has opened his office over the Algona bank and is very pleasantly situated. Before coming to Algona he made a trip through Colorado anc southern California. He reports times very dull in those parts. The postoffice contest is on in earnest Let it warm up at once for the ap pointment will come in a few weekf and public interest should he satisfied before the legislature opens and the war at Des Moines begins. Orville Minkler rode a colt into towi one day last week faster than he hac planned on. The colt turned a corner when It was pot expected and Oryiile performed a double summersault few « badly sprained ankle. •. ft* & Clarke asd W- were in Hurnbotdt three days last week n & case where a collateral note was leld to secure $2,500, for which they contended it was not liable. The jury bund for their side. The parties both "tve in Humboldt. Letters are advertised for Oscar Bushanan, P. H. Churchill, May Collions, W. E. Clarke. G. B. Cole, Chas. Inger- soil, Merton Knowles, E. D. Leatherman. E. H. Maloy, G. D. Nlcoll, Mel- chel Pelffer, M. Steltzer, Sivert B. Svensoc, H. W. Schultz. The Courier says that J. J. Ryan is buildlngr a new house In Fort Dodge, and intimates that he is giving attention to other matters than politics. It very properly adds that he should choose Algona. We don't like the idea of having Bro. Ryan leave us In any such fashion. Sheriff Graham went to Independence Monday with Mrs. B. Llebfried of Bancroft, who was adjudged insane Saturday. She is 35 years of age and is at times violently insane. Her chief ;ale seemed to be that she was mis- ;reated in some way and wanted to get '.nio a convent. As revenue commissioner Mr. Smith is the counties of the Tenth congressional district except that Carroll and _ rawford are cut otf and Dickinson and Wright are added. It gives him a good district. In the district east the out- f»lng officer turned over two barrels of contraband whiskey. But nothing is urned over to Mr. Smith. The suit begun against the county for the injuries sustained by Mr. and Mrs. S. A. Thompson when they fell From the approach bridge near the Call bridge a year ago has been dropped. If it bad been fought out an interesting question of how far a county is liable for not keeping side rails on bridges that will turn a horse, would have been settled. Plum Creek claims to be the champion township on feeding fat cattle, with 22 carloads now in sight. Pat Kain is feeding six; W. H. Conner, four; Grant Benschoter, Frank Benschoter, Wm. Paetz, and Peter Young, two each; E. P. Keith, John McWhorter. Thos. Gilbride, and Owen McEnroe, one each. Let the other townships report. Representative-elect Sessions and his mother and tbe'.youngest girl went to Jamestown, N. Y., Monday evening, to be gone a couple of weeks. Mr. Sessions will then return, but his mother may remain some time longer. The last day's mall before he started brought him fifteen letters about his vote on various matters. He will escape the importunities of office for a while. A. L. Peterson went to Livermore in hurry last Wednesday to welcome a young man to his household. THE UPPER DES MOINES don't want to interfere in any way with such a benevolent enterprise as the Algona Matrimonial club, but it cannot refrain from suggesting that as Mr. Peterson is the only member who has made a move he ought to be entitled to a second assessment. Invitations are out for the marriage of Dr. A. L. Rist and Miss Mary Smith, which will occur Saturday evening, THE UPPER DES MOINES congratulates in advance. They will begin housekeeping at once in a home they have fitted up west of Frank Winkel's. Both bride and groom have grown up in Algona and have a host of friends, who will wish them all the good fortune they can desire in life. The sale of tickets for the charity ball Saturday evening gives promise of a large attendance including all the citizens of town from the youngest to the oldest. It will be held at Clarke's hall and the Marshalltown orchestra will furnish the music. It is to be a great occasion. At present quite a number of visitors are expected from neighboring towns. No invitations have been issued, but tickets have been sold. The new order in the 'bus business is already a benefit to the town, and Gillie Rutherford says tho patronage is satisfactory. He runs two 'busses to passenger ti-ains and one to accommodations. This is a big saving of horse flesh and of good wagon grease. No better thing ever happened to the hotel business than this change, and everybody is pleased with Gillie's management. His office will bo in tho old hotel bar room. A doggery keeper in LuVerne named Wolf was pulled Monday and a wagon load of beer, whiskey, and cider dosed with alcohol, seized. The cider is being tested by Dr. Garfleld and the trial will be held next week Wednesday. Wolf was taken by Constable Ford, and will undoubtedly have occasion to explain to the grand jury and court. The occasion of the arrest was the appearance of a boy dead drunk on throe glasses of the cider. A very small audience was out last Friday evening to hear "By Wits Outwitted." The play was good and very laughable and the company deserved an appreciative reception. They went from here to Charles City, where they opened a $50,000 opera house built by an early settler there, Mr. Hildreth. They were very much dissatisfied with their success here. A few more such houses will make first class entertainments out of the question. Illegal doggeries are rumored to exist at Bancroft, Swea City, and other points in Kossuth county. County Attorney Raymond says it is his intention to weed out the whole lot if evidence can be had. In this he will have the support of all law abiding citizens. If there are to be saloons let them be legal saloons; and until they are legal lei the law be enforced. The disrespect for law being encouraged in Iowa is the worst evil that has ever befallen the state. The many friends of Mrs. J. B. Jones will regret to learn that she is Buffering from a cancer at her home in Des Moines and that she is failing rapidly Her trouble was pronounced cancerous before she left Algona, and at Des Moines a thorough examination was made and a difficult operation performed. But the growth is reappear ing and no hope of relief is given by the physicians. She is still able to be about, but will not probably survive many months. Mrs. Jones was a reel dent of Algona many years, and has a wide circle of acquaintances and friends here. Papers were filed Monday in a sui itanck & Wade olf Iowa City are his at* orrieys, and if the company la ready hey will push the case to trial ftt the coming term. The whole question is ne of negligence on the part of the .ngineer in whistling for the crossing. Mr. Thompson's leg has been shortened ,nd he is permanently a cripple in addition to which his team was killed. :t will be a hotly fought and interest- ng case. ^ CHRISCHILLES & HERBST have received by express their second assortment of ladies' cloaks. This new line contains all of the latest styles and several novelties that have been brought out since the first of the season. Ladies should not miss looking over these garments, as there are over a hundred lifferent styles and patterns to select rom. Beautiful navy blues with black Hercules and martin fur trimmings; ,ans and browns trimmed with beaver; also blues and blacks with full beaver :ollars, extra length. A large number of garments in different colors with the ' Worth" collar, plain or tipped, either vith umbrella back or tailor made. We have also received a special order of full-length capes In black, plain, and diagonals, for elderly ladles.—35t2 PERSONAL MOVEMENTS. W. B. Quarton went to Fort Dodge Monday on business. Mrs. C. L. Lund is in Chicago mak- ng an extended visit. Geo. E. Clarko has a lot of cases in iourt at Garner this week. V. H. Stough came down from Minneapolis Saturday for a visit. Miss Emily Roeye, who is suporin- ;ondent-eloct of I-Inrdin county, is visit- .ng in Algona. Dr. and Mrs. Ensign have gone to Pasadena, Gal., for two years. S. D. Patterson has moved into his house. M. L. Clarke, whoso sickness at his jomo in California was reported, is etting better. Friends hero will congratulate. MissC. T. Dodd and Mrs. F. M. Tay,or went to Fort Dodgo last Wednesday ;o attend the meeting of the Woman's Relief Corps there. They report a very enjoyable gathering. AT the Normal and Commercial School of Algona tuition in all regular courses is reduced to 90 cents a week paid by the term: Commercial Course, or Shorthand $1.35 per week, by the term. Board, furnished room, fuel, and light only $2.50 per week. Best of facilities for commercial work and particular attention given to the Common School studies-Sifts. Do You Want a Well if I will put you down a bored well and guarantee water or no pay. 3613 E. T. BURBANK. MI; Kiebhoir Bros.' Horso Snlo. The undersigned will sell at public auction, at P. Christiansen's livery barn in Algona, on Saturday, Dec. 2, 1893, the following property: Four brood mares, four geldings threo years old, one Clydesdale stallion five years old bi-ed by Singmaster & Bro., Keota, la., and one yearling colt. Terms: Eight months' time on approved security; five per cent, discount for cash. Sale to commence at 1 o'clock sharp. J. H. & FRANK RIEUHOFF. D. A. HAGGARD, Auctioneer. T HERE are a few people who buy whatever they fancy without a thought as to quality or price. Another class who look at price alone. And still another, and by far the greater, who look at both quality and price, and to this class Economical Dry Goods has a different meaning from either of the others. Qual* ity cuts more of a figure than price, and to all such we extend a cordial invitation to come in and see what we have to offer. 77V DRESS GOODS we should like you to see the all-wool Hen- riettas in black and colors, made by the Botany mills; (these mills took the highest award at the World's Fair); while itt quality and finish they are perfection, in price they are so low that the most economically inclined are gratified. Also other dress goods in wool, half-wool, and mixed. A good assortment of Heavy Suitings, Flannels, and cloth for children's clothes. A line of the well-known North Star Mills' flannels and blankets, pleasing in both quality and price, IN TABLE LINENS, Napkins, Towels, Crashes, and all this line of goods our assortment and prices are acknowledged the best, and the quality always as represented. At this season Men's, Women's, and Children's Underwear and Hosiery are in constant demand. We have given this department especial attention and are assured that we have the goods and the prices to please. A line of the well-known German Knitting Yarn in all grades; Gloves, Mittens, Overalls, and the usual line of Notions found in a Dry Goods Store. IF WE MENTION CARPETS last, it is not because they are in anyway least; the fact that the Carpet department, established five years ago, has more than doubled in volume each successive season speaks in praise of the goods and the manner in which this department is handled. Our plan of selling only by sample offers many advantages over stock lots. We sell only first-class makes. We offer no old stock. No damaged or soiled goods. No out-of-date styles. Each season (twice a year) our samples are assorted, old.styles thrown out and new ones added. We have about 400 samples on hand, all grades, thus allowing you to select from a $300,000.00 stock. About three- fourths of these samples cut without waste, often making a saving of several yards on a carpet. We cut and make all carpets without additional cost, and deliver them to you at a price you will often pay for inferior makes and older styles. Lace and Chenille Curtains are handled in much the same manner as carpets. We can get you the lowest-priced article made, or the very finest. Mattings, Oil Cloth,.Rugs, Curtain Poles, etc., we have constantly on hand. WE BELIEVE that an inspection of any of the above goods will prove our first assertion that economical dry goods consists of quality rather than price. JAN. 1, the second winter term of 14 weeks opens at the Normal and Commercial school of Algona. This is almost the only school of the kind having a term beginning immediately after the holidays.-36t3 Bonlebruo Farm, At Humboldt, Iowa, oilers several very choicely bred short-horn bulls. They are, some of them, pure Cruickshanks and Crulckshank topped. They are not culls, as one-half of this year's crop of bulls are steered. We have also a choice lot of pure Shropshire lambs and 50 grade ewes, all for sale cheap and on time for good paper. Correspondence solicited. 35tQ 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 buy the most. ___ "GEO. L. GALBRAITH & Co. always keep a big stock of shoes of all kinds at the lowest prices. NEW stock of carpets, portiers, lace curtains, at Galbralth's. ARCTICS of all sizes and kinds — at Stough's. ___ __ BEGIN the year 1894 right by enrolling on Monday, Jan. 1, in the Normal and Commercial School of Algona. -36t3 WE are closing out our stock of clothing at big bargains, Geo, L, Galbralth & Co. _ FOR real estate time loans at the very lowest rates, make inquiry at the Kossuth County bank. NEW goods received at Stough's every day. Call and look them over. CALL at Stough's for your lined shoes. WANTED— All the eggs you have to sell, at the Opera House Grocery. W. B. CAREY has a few dollars to loan at less than usual rates on chattel seourity.-33t4 LOTS of butter of the best quality at the Opera House Grocery. LADIES' and misses' jackets in all the latest styles: also new stock of dress goods at Galbraith's. Go to the Opera House Grocery for your buckwheat flour and maple syrup. The Grange Store. WARM GOODS.. I have a complete' stock of Lined Shoes, Arcsics, Fur Robes, Blankets, Gloves and Mittens. Call and get prices. F. S. STOUGH. Three Car Loads and see the nev shapes styles to Jairts, B, Reeve & Co.' OF World's Fair Furniture At the Skating Rink. For sale at private sale and auction On Saturdays, For Rent. The two-story steel-clad Store Building on Dodge street, one-half block north Of State street] in Algona. The building is well adapted for any line of business. la in fine condition, newly built throughout. Tiio on lire building would make an A1 STAND FOR A RESTAURANT, Will rent the upper or lower floor separately, if desired. 53>- Will exchange lot and building for a, farm. GARDNER COWLES, Opera House Block, DR, L, A, ipapy for PW&Qfsr received iti

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