The Algona Republican from Algona, Iowa on December 12, 1894 · Page 1
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The Algona Republican from Algona, Iowa · Page 1

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VOL xxiv ALGONA, KOSSUTH OOttNTt, IOWA, WEDNESDAY. DECEMBER 12, 1394. JOHN town* Bargains PATIENTLY WAITING. While some ma}' sinpr songs of tlio weather ' A nil others to poiiUus run, And dwell on the clolttga of oonjrresn Or Crover's hist wad from liis gun. .\Vo sire silently, patiently wtiiliiifr "Till «1! tills loin-fooling- is done, -Mill ford Mail. In order to reduce our large Stock of Goods before January 1st,* we have decided to make such LOW PRICES during this month on Winter Goods so the entire stock will be closed out in 30 days, . «*,»• ' ing pnc quote you our clos- -"*JWW(WW^ • days ago. Dress Goods— All Shades and Stylos. All utir $l.ii"», Sl.n'j, Sl.r^O? Drops Goods go sit. i All 90c and $1.00 Goods go at Dross _ f C All Cheaper Dress Goods Equally as Cheap. iglfRillcs. Volvels and Plushos will bu sold at a discount of i2O per cent. cloth Overcoats $15, > ('/JO f/K $16, $17, $18, gout ..... | p0,/fj All Men's suits from $15 ) fl to- 820, go at ..... ' ...... \ $ ll Boy's and Oh lid pen's suits equally as low. ,| Underwear— Our entire stock of Man's Underwear will go at 2O per con boll for Cash. BETTER THAN A STONE PILE. .There is no doubt but Algeria's stone pile plan of discouraging ahd diminishing traminstn is "put of sight" as a summer plan, but in the humble judgment of the ItEttmucAN, Cedar itap- ids has given to the world a brainier schenie for the control of the nuisance during the winter months. It is one which compels the tramp to pay his way, and which at the same time relieves a section of womankind of its more distressing burdens. The Cedar Rapids idea is thus set forth by the Republican of that city: Marshal Farmer has hit upon a novel idea and is determined to see how it will work. There is much wood burned in the city and among the poorer classes of the inhabitants. There are old ladies, most of them widows, who live alone, with the possibW exception of a young girl staying with them at night. The marshal says that from now on all tramps und those person's fined for druukoness and disorderly conduct will be made to saw the wood belonging to such parties in the city. Of course, some cannot well afford to have their wood cut, and it is not an uncommon sight to 'see women with the burdens of fifty and sixty years upon their shoulders, out in the cold, wielding an ax or a. saw. This the chief of police desires to alleviate and will carry the plan into execution. There is some chance for frau'd b:itthp. department will attend to that arid see that those'worthy and needful of help will be served after this manner. egation of about tvventy ladies, representing the temperance cause, and after their requests were granted they visited the "blind pig,''and upon their entrance at the front door the parties in charge (led out. the back way, leaving the ladies in charge, and have not put in an appearance since. GENERAL RULE'S STAFF. Appointments iri the Secoiul Brigade Arn nounced by Brigadier General 'Mule*t* An order t , issued this Week, ai nounces the' following appointwSilfi on Brig. Gen. liule's staff, cotnrrfllff ing the seconu brigade 1. N. G.t Capt. C. W. King, assistant adjutan general, Fort Dodge;T5$;ut. Col. A. C. Bergen, surgeon, Sioux City; Maj. Clifford D. Ham, assistant inspector gen- oral, Dubuqu'e; Maj. Jonas M. Clelatid, judge advocate, Sioux City; Maj. ].). A. Thorneburg, inspector of small arms practice, Osage; Maj. E. A. Kreger, engineer and signal officer, Cherokee; Capt. Fred. XV. Crary, quartermaster, Boone; Capt. W. E. G. Saunders, commissary, Emmetsburg', First Lieut. W. Irving Smith, aide, Clear Lake; First Lieut. James N. Itptbrock, jr., aide, Cedar Rapids; First Lieut. James S. Wilson, assistant engineer and signal officer, Hull. Lieut;; iCol. George W. Weeks, of Marshalltown.vwill continue as assistant adjutant general until his successor is commissioned and assigned for duty, * j How is the time to look for 'Loan. Money on hand 'to loarf on second mortgages Stf GEO. C. CALL. and the place to look is ^ A. I). McGregor's Furniture Store H@'%as a fine assortment of Ladies and Gent's Rockers, Dining .Chairs, Tables, Writing Desks, Garpet Sweepers, etc. Call and look our Stock over and get prices before buying your Christmas presents. ,;j •egor, BRAKEMAN BANDY DIES. A special from Iowa Falls states that Harry Bandy, the particulars of whose injury by being run overatGer- mania were given i n last week's llepub- lican, died at his home in that city the following Saturday night. It is thought that at. the time of the accident he received internal injuries that resulted iri-his death. Al Iowa. Say/ HttttHtt tXTvtVVXt Illtttlxt HAVE YOU BEEN AT Walker Bros? not, we,ask you to call before making your Selections,! Crockery and Q-lassware are Ou r f large assort- prices will surprise you, CLOUD ON KICKAPOO. The N, Y.Advertiser of the 4th inst. reporting the previous day's investigation's of the Le,xdw committee, brings in John Ilealeyi the man who is making a fortune out of Sagwa.. The Advertiser report says : John Healey, the -Kickapoo medicine man, admitted having had an anatomical museum on the Bowery in this city, and haying been interested .in various amusement schemes, but stoutly denied that he had ever paid money to the police to be let alone. u You are now proprietor of a fake medicine concern?" " I don't know what you mean by talking like that," "Fake Indian medicine." '• Why, Mr. Goff, I'm astonished at you, I really - " Tiie witness was shocked. It is said that; the sales of his Kickapoo stuff amount' to nearly $1,000,000 a year. He has fifty traveling shows, each with an alleged Kickapoo, and he admitted that any evidence he might give against the police of New York would subject him to police persecution, even ,in other cities, his business being of a sort easily damaged by official interference. , ARMSTRONG MAN IN LIMBO. Says a Sioux City special to the State Begister : Harvey Grande}! was arrested at Armstrong, Iowa, Wednesday by the Sheriff's officers, and brought to this city, on the charge of grand larceny, preferred by P> B. Hoiiston> of this city, Mr. Houston Is in the butter ana egg business at Coyrectionvjlle, and Crandell was employed by biro as ^bou^JToverobev SO we dis Dress Goods, - 10 to 50 per cent, off Gloves and Mittens, 20 to 60 per cent, off Shoes, - 20 to 60 per cent, off Boy's Clothing, - 20 to 40 per cent, off Men's Odd Pants, 25 to 60 per cent, off And the Odds and Ends of our Stock at your own price , -JOHN REED. Holiday appeared and a double set of harness valued at $40 went with Mm, It .was learned a few days after that be was in Armstrong; and nis arrest followed, He was arraigne4 in court a,n<J his hearing se,t for December U> ANOTHER WJMWN0 YIQTIM, JBnametsbwg schools want an orator* ieal contest with neigbfeprlng schools. atnerrJUe is willing. 1 — I OF } km term the bop wpiT ttwwgfl ^«ifKeQ«avfc9R ioifypos- ed »»cb^oto ^uriDg Vsatjs^maK m. %*&*m* '3b&$$&$BS5 M Announcement ^[ /\/E desire to call your JL J^ attention to our most beautiful collec" tion of Novelties in Gold and Sterling Silver,suitable for Holiday and Birthday Presents. Our stock is beyond doubt the best selected and most magnificent in tne city. Intending purchasers will surely find it to their advantage to give us a call, M all the goods we parry are of the highest standard of excellence an4 of the roost exclusive oljiaiw ter, PW prioes are the Go to "the New Firm, T™1 A " > "i?" > »"'6~* IT™' TT^t, f~\ ift, th v f\ f~\ s~*. in T PA IS ERSON & SON —When iu need of— Something Nice For, the Table We havp ou hand m'd Giimls. Drif,] 1'YniK Crackers \W li.iv'i ju; 5 { opened up our *+ Call and look over our Lamps, Water Sets, Glassware, Queenswase, etc Try & sack of o'ur New York Buckwheat; every sack warranted pure or money refunded. JS UTTER AMD* EGGS WANTED AT, HIGHEST MARKET PRICK, • •• —- ,. *•» : .^4i .PATTEESON & SON. ! n As A SQUARE TALK ABOUT FINE HOLIDAY GOODS. I fi. Boyyer, jrjrfjn? "y$f»ijTS"TOSfS??JSi s'SmC? * %*j*r, ^ 1 ''iaw-' i Affit j ii^f*t« l i, J'J.HD». "-i M'l.<l» .ifi rltii-o9£H» E G W ^^8BB^ ? iff ALGONA; THE FIRST 3S -, . •>, v ,,^ ^,« r 3^ ,^ ( .™ \ ^^^^Mm^i r.2«

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