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October 26, 1894

Algona Courier from Algona, Iowa · Page 5

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PROFESSIONAL GEO. B. CLAltKE. 0 HA8. A. COHBNOtm CLARKE &COHE^IOUR, ATTORNEYS AT LAW. IOWA. ALGONA, IOWA, FUlDAY MORNING. OCTOBER 26.1894. S.S. SESSIONS, ATTORNEY AT LAW. y to Loan on' Chattle Security. 1LGONA, IOWA SULLIVAN & JVICMAHON . ATTORNEYS AT LAW. Office In Postofflco Block. ALGONA, - . IOWA _ E. V. SWEETING, ATTORNEY AT LAW, Money to Loan. ALGONA, - - - . IOWA. JH. <3. MCCOY, PHYSICIAN AND ALQONA, K. TIME CARDS. CHICAGO & NORTHWESTERN. North- South- 8:18 am I Pass .......... 3-^3 ntn . ........ 3:I» p in Mixed...... 607 SS Mixed train urri ves in Chlcug-o at 8a.m. Pass, arrives at Chicago at 7 a in: arrives at Des Molnes at 8:15 p ra. Lv. Des M. 2:30 am. CHICAGO, MILWAUKEE & ST. PAUL. PASSENOBB TRAINS KAST. C tra1ns- M1IWaUke0 ' St ' P ' UllttndMlnnoapolls No. 2 departs at ...................... 10:12 a. m No. 4 departs at .................... ...0:05 £5; PASSENGER TRAINS WEST. B. 0. 11. & N. AT EMMETSBURG. North— Pass No.Ot .......... 4:23pm, &o. 63.. ........ 0:aonm. .South— Pass. No. 00 ........... l:40pm No.GS. ..... ,...0:04pm North—Freight. No. 05 8:00ptn No. 07. 11:05 pm North—Freight. No. 04 9:00am LOCAL NEWS. SURGEON. IOWA. V M. J. KENEFICK, PHYSIOIAN AND SURGEON. IOWA. ALGONA. F. L.TRIBON M. D. Homoeopathic Physician and Surgeon. Calls answered promptly at any time. Office In A. D. Clarke Block. A T ^%S s , ultfltlons in English or German. ALGONA, - IOWA. A. A. I3EANE, PHYSICIAN AND SURGEON, BUET, - - . IOWA f E. E. SAVERS, • t Vetennnry .-Physician and Surgeon. Office west/of the Tliorlngton House. Good ':•• -'if' IIr$ Accommodations, .-^ •/S-GONa.W ••'"-- - 'IOWA --/ Y—4t 10WA £1. S. GbASIER D.D. S. DENTIST, ALGONA. IOWA. Special attention given to saving the natural teeth. Office over Algona State Bank. A. b. RIST, D.D. S. DENTIST. ALGONA, IOWA. JAS. yv. ORR, PAINTING. Graining and Paper-hanging. All orders promptly attended to. Give me a call. Shop on Call street, Algona, Iowa. •P. DINGO:*. A. W. MOFI-ATT. DINQlsEY & MOFFATT, Real Estate, Loans 1 Insurance Have for sale in Kossuth County and adjoining counties a full list of wild lands and improved farms. Will pay taxes for nonresidents and redeem lands sold for taxes. Office— State street, Alffona, Iowa. A, D, Clarke & Co, LOANS. "ALGONA . <? .v- IOWA. —TO LOAN- ON REAL ESTATE. C. B. MATSQN. in State Bank Block. ' FRASEI^ WELL DEILLING. • jWe have a bran new outfit made to order for t this locality, and can do the best of work •ft Water guaranteed or no pay. BROS, Algona. Iowa. rp;- b>. SLAGL.E, Manufacturer and Retail'-.Dealer In Harness and Harness Goods, Sbop south of Goeders' Store on Dodge St. ALGONA, - - - IOWA fj/ON REAL ESTATE. HGXIE & BKUNSON, - ALGONA THE New Meat Market. v %hos. Bennett '? Proprietor of the new meat market on State "street,'keep everythfng In fresh and salt ' " flsh every Friday. Come and CHBISTENSON,** LIVERY BARN Let every democrat do his duty a week from Tuesday and go and vote. Mr. Geo. Adams is enjoyinsr a visit from his brother E. B., of New York state. J. W. Sullivan has been out in Lyon county nearly all week ori legal business. . John Goeders advertises a big 25 per cent reduction sale in this paper. See him for bargains. Tuesday, November 6th will be election day. Let no democrat stay away from the polls upon that day. O. L. Foss has a word to say about tailor made goods. Look it up and then call on him for something nobby and up to date. Mrs. Frank Parish has been having a hard siege of it with typhoid fever. The critical stage has been passed, however, and she is now improving very rapidly. - " • A marriage license has been granted to Solomon Clover and Christina Richardson of Hardin county. The groom gives bis age as 78 and the bride is only a year his junior. Just to keep the record straight we we publish an article which appeared in the Sioux City Tribune last Friday, and by so doing add another chapter to the "Blue Sky History." F. E. Stockwell of Peoria, 111., came in last Saturday for a week's visit with the boys and girls. Fred is doing well and has a nice position and stands well with his company. The Social Union meets this evening. The following program will be presented: Paper—A study of Browning's "Saul," Rev. Stevens; Paper— "Original Charities," Jessamine Jones; Recitation—"Dead Unknown," Abra Robi nson; Vocal sol o—Miss Kate Lantry. All are cordially invited to attend. Mr. and Mrs. Marshall Hays of Garflold township deposited in an Algona bank, one day this week, $22.25 to the credit of Geo. Holman, one of the cyclone sufferers. They raised the money among their neighbors in Garfield. The act is a most worthy one, and Mr. and Mrs. Hays and all the contributors deserve credit. A large number of 'horses in Dubuque are affected with a new and strange disease. It is called la grippe, and several valuable animals have died; The disease is contagious. The animal becomes stupid, refuses drink and food, its eyes become enlarged and look dull and watery. The animals have a tendency to rub their eyes against the stalls. A. W. Patterson and G. H. Lamson took the 32nd Consistory degree in Masonry last week at Des Moines. Geo. E. Clarice was to have taken the same degree but was detained at Estherville on business and consequently did not get down. Mr. Patterson and Mr. Lamson are the only two gentlemen in the county who have climbed up to the top round in Masonary. They report a very pleasant time while in the city. F. H. Vesper is in Chicago. J. H. Zanke wants men to husk corn. He will pay four cents a bushel and board. Hager Bro. of Sexton have bought out Hunter and McEnroe's livery business. Jas. Taylor will have a blanket sale for ten days. A choice lot for 67 cts. See his ad in this paper. Recorder Randall's parents were up from Mason City over Sunday on a visit at the Randall home in this city. Barney Devine left last week with his daughter Nellie, for Dubuque. His daughter will enter the convent school. Bert Salisbury is at Armstrong running the store for Anile Peugnet, while that gentleman is off for a vacation on a big hunting expedition. Geo. Bailey, at the intelligence office, does all kinds of insurance, and is a good reliable man. See what he has to say in his ad in this paper. Andrews Opera Company will produce their comic opera "Falka" at the opera house next Wedneeday evening. The company is said to be better and stronger than ever before. A larger furnace is being put in the State Bank block and the old one taken out. A change will be made in some of the hot water pipes so;*, that more heat can be had. Mr. and Mrs. Lewis H. Smith returned Monday from their visit at Tacoma, Washington. They had a very pleasant time and enjoyed the trip very much. The spirit Lake Beacon reports Wm. Haywoocl of that place home from Oklahoma. Mr. Hay wood- visited H. I. Wassou in the Cherokee strip and reports him to be doing a good ness. busi- Auditor of State McOarty will speak at Whittemore tonight and at Bancroft tomorrow afternoon. All loyal republicans are expected to turn out and help to swell the crowd at both places. Robert Fenton of the Ledyard country was up in Taylor's court Monday for .appropriating to his own use hay that he had no right to. Five dollars and costs was what the judge gave him. He paid $26.10 ;for one load of hay. Ben Clarke, of Lotts Creek township, had his barn blown to pieces by the cyclone. He has.a new one built and last Friday night the boys of that vicinity gave Mr. Clarke a benefit dance in the new barn. There was a good turn out and about $60 was realized and turned over to Mr. Clarke which was a nice little lift for him. Henry Carpenter is another honest young man. Last Friday he picked up a pocket book on the street containing some money and some papers. He brought the pocketbook and contents to this office and we have been successful in finding the owner, Miss Mildred Taylor, of Burt. The young lady while in town that day, somehow dropped her pocket book on the street. List of advertised letters for week ending Oct. 22, 1894: Ed. Bartlett, Albert Bush, Treolia R. Bush, J. D. Clarke, T. W. Cook, Geo. Deford, Wm. Delaney, Miss Margaret Eggers, G. M. Hardy, Mrs. A. J. Hawkins, L. H. Hendry, Miss Alice Ingersoll, Joachin Jacobs, Chas. W. Lee, Miss Margaret Mac Lanakan, Mr. Geo. Parson, Mr. John Patterson. Mrs. Oilman G. Ross, Ohas. E. Sisson, Henry Yasser, H. Wollett. The Whittemore Champion has the following good words to say of a candidate on the democratic ticket. "Silas Roupe, of this vicinity, has received the nomination on the : Democratic ticket for County Supervisor. As a man of enterprise and good business qualification Mr. Roupe is too well known here to need any introduction from us. While he takes considerable interest in public affairs he has found time to conduct one of the neatest farms in Iowa. As wemuat first judge a man by the way he manages his own affairs we feel warranted in saying that if Mr. Roupe is elected he will make one of the b§st membej-s of the County Board," Among the a$ittf§ O f the Kndrews Opem Company are found Marie Roe, Florence Clayton, Jessie Andrews, Jessie Rice, Corrine Burton, Ll}lie McMillan, Caddie Lee, Ud, Andrews, Frank Deshow, F. W, Walters, Jack Allison, MJlo Joyce, Fred .Clay ton, J. K. Boninger'and otjiers. The new opera to be produced this season is Falka, a comjo opera in three acts by Ohassaigne. All now costuin.es, tbeir Jas. Taylor has been making several outside towns of late for Barbee, Benedict & Goldman of Chicago, a big wholesale cloak house. He has done a nice business at each place he has visited, and has dates for several more towns. Mr. Taylor is a great hustler for business and the cloak house that he represents is one of the largest wholesale establishments in the west. His cloaks are all of the latest styles and he carries a line of four 6r five hundred garments. The ladies of the Woman's Relief Corps would like all teachers throughout the county to join them'in their effortsjn soliciting contributions for the cyclone sufferers, of money, bedding, benefit of Contributions own orchestra, sj/rict to detail, makes, $his |h.e strongest) orgap- clothing and household goods will be gladly accepted. The articles contributed can be sent to the Relief Corps or left at the G. A. R, hall in Algona, and the ladles will see that they are distributed where they are most needed, Let every teacher in the county lend a helping band. ^ Rev, A. V. Gorrell will deliver his lectures on "The Apostles Creed" on Sunday evenings instead of Friday evenings, The. change from Friday to Sunday evening Is made at the suggestion of persons who find it difficult to be present on a week day evening. Qp Sunday morning Rev. GorreU will dejjyer the first of A series of eerrqpng on the following subject, "Quj> Lorfl Jesus Christ among men, JJte approach to humanity." These sej-mon,s have been prepared t wjtj} care a,nfl 1 GUy Taylor went to Newton, la., Wednesday evening on business. Howard Robinson has gone to Des Moines to enter the Capital City business College. Williams, the barber, is getting a national reputation on his restorative. Look up his add in this paper. Frank North of Whittemore, lost a small child -the other day. It was buried at Whittemore Friday last. Fred Cory of Wesley lost his barn and five head of horses last week by fire. The horses were all well bred and worth considerable money. Frank Benschotter has bought a farm near his father's place at Center Chain, Minn.,and will move out there in a few days. He has just had a new house comleted on the place. Frank is a number one man and we hope that he will do well up there. Mrs. Peter Gamber of Wisconsin, spent a week or two lately visiting her.old friend, Mrs. P^ter Lickteig, of Wesley. The two ladies crossed the'ocean together, when they were youngigirls twenty-cight years ago. It is reported that Barney Dunlap and others of Ledyard were arrested by souie fellow there on the charge that they wanted to drive him out of town, and at the trial, right in the presence of the whole court, Barney up and gave the fellow a right-handed sockdolliger that almost put him to sleep. Ledyard is the home of pugilism in this county. The republican papers of town were issued too early to give notice of Mr. Dolliver's speech here on the evening of Nov. 1st, and so the republican management avail themselves of the large circulation of the COURIER to advertise the fact. See their ad. Mr. Dolliveris acknowledged to be one of the very ablest speakers in the country, and: the mention of the fact that he is to speak hear will assure him a large audience. Dr. Heflin's drugstore and the adjoining building were burned one night last week at Swea City. The origin of the fire is at present one of the problems that is being discussed by the citizens of that place, and the atmosphere is full of rumors. If certain things which are reported to be facts are true, hanging would be good for 'a certain gentleman of the place, who, it is reported has been asked to seek a new field for his nefarious operations. '• Each year the Andrews Opera Company add some new feature. For this season, their ninth annual tour, they bring besides the same old favorites, that eminent young comedian Frank Deshon.' In the opera of Falka, three cflmediahs furnish the fun. With such artists as Ed. Andrews, Fred Clayton \ : and Frank Deshon, the comedy department gives great promise. Another valuable addition this season is Jack Allison, the baritone. A> magnificent and manly stage presence together with a beautiful voice make him one of the pleasant features. A chap^ named Frank X. Brown rented some land of the Butterfleld boys south of town, and planted beans on a part of it,. He harvested the beans and brought them to town Wednesday and sold them to grocers Gil more, Patterson & Sarchett and Walker Bros. But the sale was no sooner made than it was discovered that B. W. Haggard had a mortgage on the b,eans, and the grocers were obliged to" fork'-'over again to Ben. And that svas not all. Frank X. borrowed'of one of the Butterfleld boys a $25 suit of clothes in which to have his picture taken, he said, but instead he skipped with the clothes and the bean money. Dr. Tribon started to go out to Mr. Green's place in Irvington last Friday night to see a patient. When about three miles out of town, near the King place, he met a team on the road to town. It was quite dark and the doctor turned out and gave half the road. The driver of the approaching team did not see the doctor and kept in the road. There was a collision when the teams came together. The doctor's team without much ceremony started to run the minute the buggies clashed. The tongue of the doctor's buggy came down and he was thrown out and his shoulder and wrist were badly hurt. The team was caught a mile or so down the road. The Doctor, and another gentleman that was with him, walked back to town, On Thursday of last, week a very pleasant company of relatives and friends assembled at the home of Mr. and Mrs. John Datton of Oresco, to tender cangratulatlons and good wishes to • their son, Mr. Wesley A. Dutton and bride, who were married the day previous, the young lady being Maggie A. Framback, The young peupje^re.both residents of Whitte- rnpre', where the groom has been for the The republicans of Burt had a great political arid literary feast a few evenings ago. it was served to them by Mr. Hillis, mayor of Des Moines. The gentleman was first booked for Algona, and was so .advertised and a date fixed for speaking here, but the Algona boys, with their usual well known generosity, yielded the pleasure of hearing him and gave it over to their Burl brethern. The speaker poured out figures and facts, though perhaps more figures than facts, for over two hours, and dwelt upon the strong points in scriptural style, line upon line, line upon line, precept upon precept, precept upon precept, here a little and there a little, until he had made a lasting impression upon all his hearers. Much, indeed is Burt indebted to Algona. REPUBLICAN Rev. O. S. Strinpfleld, of Wakefleld, N. C. .says: "Five boxes os Japanese pile cure me after 32 years suffering. L. A. Sbeetz. We have just received a large of portiers and draperies of all at Gailbraith & Go's. stock kinds two years 'past connected with 1 Co-operative company. The, brid,e js a very estliojibjQ yq, upg , Jady' ' ' and. well k'ngwn to' i t , tybor and have been favorably 1 regeiy» oil V\»r •(•. Vix\n i»V\ ^>4>m*1 A «* <3 _J.___»_'i _. . ' "• * ever put 9fl tibe road by At the Call Johnson's Tasteless Compound Cod Liver Oil with hypophosphites give tone to the nerve; strengthening, stimulating and producing healthy flesh like magic. L. A. Sheetz. Fancy work braith &, Go's. of all kinds at Gail- If you are looking for furniture call on A. D. McGregor who has some special bargains in book cases, writino- desks, aide-boards and chamber suits. Buy your machine oils at Dlngley's and save money. By your stationery of Druggist. Dingley the Dingleys is headquarters for flne perfumes and toilet soaps. Money to loan on long or short time. GEO. 0. CALL. Apples! Apples!! Apples!!! at New Store. Two cars already and the third car on the track. James Patterson. : Fresh made pork barrels for sale at the Algona Tub Factory. 4vv Farm For Sale Cheap. A very choice three,.and a half farm of ]60 acres, miles from Wesley, . — —,.— "« «.» lit-*.*, i. J.JLI J, IWd 11 VJIJJ TT CQit! V • 140 acres under cultivation, good house and barn is for sale at the extremely low price of $26 per acre. Must be sold this fall. Apply to Lund & Ryan, Al- ffona, or Thos. Gray, Wesley. Last Call. Everyone owing me on account or note is requested to settle the same at onoe. I aru compellen to have a large amount of money for the new mill Don't 1 delay a day. J. J. WILSON. Common Sense. That means a great deal when you buy one of my Common Sense Trunks. Drop in and see them, also the largest line of plush and fur robes, horse blankets, harness, collars, and everything you can mention in my line. ' D. B. AVBY. -AT. Iowa, Nov. 1st, '94, Will addres the people of Algona and vicinity on the issues of the day at the Court House in Algona, on Thursday evening, November 1st, at 7:30. B. W. Haggard, Chairman. INSU FLANGE! Farmers of Cedar Rapids. Phoenix ot Hartford. Hanover of New York. Minnesota ITlro of Minneapolis. Hockford of Hookford. Lloyds Plate Glass of New York. United States Life of Now York. 3?~Also Land, Loan and Collection Business Geo. M. Bailey. Office over Algona St. Bank. Select Oysters, .S Vheri sumebody you comes to sals dis wourld vas al sham, und dis select oyster _business too, I pity him. It •as plane he doan found oudt that he kin git select oysters at LADENDORFF'S. Planting the Standard All hail Columbus! Behold the great navigator as he lands. The perils of the deep are past. The clouds of fear have vanished. The night of gloom has ended. In the heavens the sun of success shines resplendent. Morning has dawned. Imperiously the banner of haughty Spain greets the. daylight. Upon its fluttering folds are inscribed the destinies of a new world. Its gleaming surface marks a long advance in the evolution of the human race. It tells a story, of prophecy unparalleled, of developement unap- proached in the fullness of recorded time,^ It crowns with triumph the efforts of genius. The World's Fair contained no finer statue of the great discoverer than this colossal figure. It commanded from its pedestal the eastern entrance, to the Administration building. The majesty of its dimensions, the vigor and aggressiveness of its expression and the artistic finish of its composition made it admired as a genuine sculptural triumph, Another Standard Proudly Displayed • at the Fair wa« that of Dr, Price'sCream Baking Powder ?«*«w. >-,v | $s , '(lif! m *-siV i/H, .Ao:.

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