Algona Courier from Algona, Iowa on November 30, 1894 · Page 1
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November 30, 1894

Algona Courier from Algona, Iowa · Page 1

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TENTH YEAR. ALGONA, IOWA, FRIDAY, NOVEMBER 30, 1894. NEW CROCKERY C OME one, come all, and see the display of Lamps, Chamber Sets, Tea Sets, Water Sets, and everything in fancy ware. We have the finest line of these goods ever on exhibition in this city. Don't take pur word for it, tout drop in and be convinced that we have the right line and the right prices. We also carry everything in the grocery line, fruits and vegetables of all kinds; can furnish potatoes in large or small quantities at the lowest market price. WALKED BROS. Railroad Building. The Clarion Democrat again this week speaks of that new road scheme from Aklen north and says: "The Algona people, since Clarion has been agitating the railroad question have also been casting about them and from the tones of their paper would be very willing to join with its in a movement to extend a line from Alden to Clarion and thence northwest past Algona. That Is the logical route for the proposed road, and we suggest that It would bo, a good plan for our railroad builders to co-operate with the people of that lively town in regard to the matter. They would bo active and powerful allies in the contemplated scheme and if it should ho successlul, would It give us a most admirable connection. Algutia for years has been casting longing glances in the direction of a line strip of open country between that place and this—the best opening for a railroad in the state.' Our people arc looking In the fame direction now, and why is it not good policy to join with them for the success of the-enterprlsc". Old Stand. . Now is Your Chance ' \ ' • • If You Want a Good We will place on sale a line of Per Yard. for! from 50 to 75 Cts. Per Yard ... , G. L. GALBKAITH. Bishop Perry Wants an Assistant. Much interest is being taken in Episcopal church circles over the proposal for the appointment of an assistant bishop in this diocese. Bishop Perry confesses he cannot now attend to the wants of the entire state and is anxious that such appointment be made. The matter will be settled at the church convention to. .be..hold at Des Moines next month. The consent of the requisite number of bishops and standing committees has been secured and the only barrier now In the way of the appointments is a'guarantee of the necessary 1'tinds to pay the salary of the assistant. It is thought the required amount will be guaranteed. The name of Rev. Thomas E. Green rector of Grace Episcopal church of Cedar Rapids, has been mentioned in connection with the new office should it be created. Another Swindler. Another swindler has sprung up in the shape of a plow agent who claims to be travling for a Michigan company. He is selling plows to farmers at double prices and taking notes for the same that one-half of the amount be boarded out at the rate of one dollar per day If the farmer pays within ten days he is to have eight per cent discount. The agent also offers to credit on the note a dollar and a half for each customer the farmer may introduce. When he gets the note the "agent" disappears and the note turns up inthehands of third partieswhodc- mand settlement.—Stanhope Mall. quirles for his whereabouts but it was soon learned that he had left the county. Ho was over taken at Clarion and Is now at the countybastiloawait- ing the action of the grand jury in January.—Armstrong Journal. It Was Ever Thus. A gentleman whose name at one time occupied a place on our subscription list was suddenly seized with a desire to become rich, and in order to economise discontinued his paper. A short time afterwards ho Invested in a patch of blue sky for which he gave his note, and in due time awoke to the fact that he had been swindled. His note, which was held by one of the hanks, camo duo and he made the usual blg'kick on payingit; but this does not quite end the story. This same man did not altogether appreciate the unenviable notoriety he gained by the aforesaid transaction, so he called at the newspaper office and asked the editor to devote a half column or so of valuable space to setting him right.be- fore the public. But we did not have the space to spare, and said Napoleon of finance may thank his lucky stars that the same name he signed to that blue sky note Is not here given In leaded brevier next to the reading matter.—Forest City Summit. FIRE! FIR Is what we have got next six months. Doi take in buying a THEOAKGARU for 1894 is the ackowl< Oak Stoves. The tight* ever made. Best fuel A THE PEERLESS G, For hard coal cannot Had the True Instinct. Editor James Liddle of Preston did not commit suicide in ti lit of temporary despondency as was supposed. Ho had been contemplating the act for nearly a year. Before taking his own life he wrote a brief but graphic description of his deed, as if it had already occurred, even to writing a display heading for the article. He- then, after drawing a check in favor of his mother, and another in favor of his partner, Hicks, to cover the balance of his funds in bank, wrote a brief but touching note saying he wits worn arid weary of life arid asking the care of all for his mother and sister. After his mangled remains were found his colnborcrs in the office, found the copy he had written for their paper. Ho leaves:a. mother and sister at Ames and hosts of friends. Pays to Think. ; Farmer John Johnson who lives north of town is possessed of tin In- ventlvejsurn of mind which h« frequently" puts into practical use. His latest effort was to convert an ordinary rolling coulter into a circular saw •by the use of a file. Mr. Johnson then attached the saw to the gearing of his windmill and was thus enabled to saw many cords of woodsln a day by means of the ingenious contrivance. It pays to think.—Winnebago Summit. any stove in the • - • THE COLUMBIA^ STEj i, Is without a doubt the in the market. Takes quicker than any steel Note-I have 25 Second Hand be sold VEBY CHEAP, fi and look my stoves over. | J, W, Men's all wool underwear Boys' Men's random ,wool underwear Boys' " " , " Men's wool hose, heavy Children's wool hose Berlin lined gloves 50c 50c 50c 40c 2Bc 15c lOc Cannot'Appeal. The supreme court has just decided that in cases where stock has been killed by dogs and the recovery for the loss asked frdrn the board of supervisors the decision of the board Is final and cannot be appealed from to the courts. The law taxing dogs creates a special fund that is to be applied to the payment of such claims under certnin circumstances. The court holds that the act of the board is the mere distribution of this fund and that its ruling cannot be appealed from to any court. How to Build Up a Town. The way to make a good town, a prosperous town, growing town, is to These are broken lots and sizes that we wish to close, and are good value at twice the money. THE GRANGE STORE. Removal Sale To Close Out Before .Moving have grit, push, snap, energy, schools,. moral! ty,harmony,cordiality, advertising, talk about it, write about it, speak well of it, improve it, advertise in its home papers, help all public enterprises, faith exhibited by good wpjjlts, five loafers, croakers and dead beats. ^ Let your object be the welfare and promotion of your town and its people. Speak well of the public spirited men arid also be one yourself. Be honest with all your fellow men,—North Star, ^___ Boortloi-8 and Blue Sky. Says the Armstrong Journal; Bood- lers are on trial at Sioux City, They will of course be acquitted as it will bealcoostan impossibility to find a jury of twelve In that town without having from six to ten boodlers among them. Great la Sioux City, when it comes to boodling or any )arge steals, They are fully as proficient in that line as Algona is In the blue sky note deals, . Lot's Give 'Em a .'Whirl. The high school of our city not long ago asked the schools of our neighboring cities—Spencer, Algona and Esth- ervllie—to participate in a joint debate and literary contest, but no response has been made by any of our sister cities. Our youngEmmetsburgers are ready for the fray and veritably seek competition. They want the contest even if they should lose.—-Em- rnetsburg Democrat. Brakeman Fatally Injured. Harry Bandy, a brakeman on the Burlington, Cedar Rapids and Northern, fell from a hog car Tuesday morn- ipg at Gerrnania and received Injuries that may prove fatal. One foot was crushed and has been amputated. Buy of the New Firm PATTERSON His thigh was broken in two places and he was otherwise cut and bruised. He was taken to his home at Iowa Where you will fir * * * I complete line of Crockery, Glassware, Business Booming, The Sioux City Engine and Iron Works is running a night shift in its factory at Leed nearly every night now to get out engines and machinery it has orders for,— Sioux City Journal. WANTED— A good servant girl, Mrs. Geo. Simpklns. Ladles braith's. We have a fine line of canned and i Fresh fruits in their season. Wo are headquarter! Lilly Flour which we are selling very low. We hu fine winter apples. We pay the highest .market p|j We earnestly solicit a share of your patronage and you by fair and honest dealing. PATTEKSi equestrine tights at Gal- On all Decorated Crockery ' , r 1 , I I ' r ' '' ' sonqf B. ?t MjjQlenan, Hying between EsthervjUe and, Arms'tronK.recelved a gheck'onnS day l$at week for six dollars and. elgb.' ty-flve centft. lie changecl i,t «o as'to p)ake}tsixty Collars', jneteadl, of ajx ana r,ece|ve.c! that- araqpt' p%tjy, ip Money to loan on second mprtgages, GEO. 0. CALL. Stamped linens of all kinds at Galbraith's, We Handle the Gei Get your Cloaks at ,?, We have the Exclusive BigI This Wire in Algol i ^^^^^^^^^^M^p-M* . , ,,. ,,,-^,.-^ Winter js poraing and yon wj a good hefjtei?, '«'j The "Round 4re World f " I^oss Fuel, few Year irill be sold V& St. Paul if 200 miles Iftho round ffDec. 24th, mnuary 1st, Lto and in- at Laden- liStephens. r per loo ferson's. .! ladies' aith's. H 'id $50,- |ds. B. cold on fnulated Arson's.

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