Algona Courier from Algona, Iowa on November 30, 1894 · Page 5
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November 30, 1894

Algona Courier from Algona, Iowa · Page 5

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y i a> THE COUKIEK, ALGONA, IOWA, FRIDAY MORNING, NOVEMBER 30,1894. gtnnttnmmmwwmtnmwmntwwwtwmwwwtwttng I ^ Ladies' and •"^^^r Children's Cloaks. 3 Stock in the County. Good Values in' Other Lines. Judge Thomas opens court' here Dec. 10. Mr. and Mrs. W. H. Ingham gave thanks in Omaha. Doxsee & Shaw will occupy the N. J. Skinner rooms in the State Bank block with their abstract business. The Bepublican's correspondent says that 150 carloads of hay was shipped E. K. TIME CAEDS. CHICAGO & NOBTHWBSTERN. North— i South— ' .Mixed...:.^.....8:18am I Pass..... 3:13 pm PUSS". ...... 8:8Spin | Mixed t):07 p m " Mixed train arrives In Chicago at 8 a. m. Pass, arrives at Chicago at 7 a m: arrives at Des Moines at 8:15p m. Ly.Des M. 8:30am. CHICAGO, MILWAUKEE & ST. PAUL. PASSENOER.TBAINS EAST. •Chicago, Milwaukee, St. Paul and Minneapolis trains— ' ' No.2 departs at ;..............10:22a.m. No.4 departs at. ...6:00p.m. PASSENGER TRAINS WEST. No. lat .9:10 am No. Oat... .....4:24p. m Freight trains east that carry passengers: No.Olat..... l:45pm. No. 78 at ...,-8:40p in Freiifh. trains west that carry passengers: No. 71 at. 8:40 p. m. No 93 at.... ..11:55 a m B. 0. R. & N. AT EMMETSBURG. North—Pass No. 61 4:22pra. No. 63 6:80 am. South—Pass. No. 60 :'....1:40pm No. 63..... 9:04pm North—Freight. No. 65 3:00pm No. 67 ..11:05 pm North—Freight. No. 64.. ... ..0:00am Bancroft has struck a good supply of water at a depth of 212 feet. John Schroder of LuVerne has left for Germany to spend the winter. Willard Stebbins has opened a pool room in the S. C. Spear building. The C. & N. W. road has made Mrs. Geo. Simpkins has been very sick of late with neuralgia of the heart. The cigar factory LOCAL NEWS. LuVerne is going to build a town ball. J. G. Graham was down from Bancroft on a land deal Monday. Mayor Boyle was over Monday, looking hale and hearty as usual. Lemars has completed her sewerage system at a cost of $11,200. It is unlawful to take fish from Iowa •waters in any manner until May 15 next.. ';-.'". ••'-••'•-•".' .-'.-•' : -..-• '•;.:• .While excavating for a street at Ft. Dodge one day this week, workmen turned up the-bones of a skelton. MUllica & Ohnstedtis the new firm at the foundry.: They do all 'kinds of iron work and are experienced men at the business. Dr. Sayers has been re-appointed by the governor as assistant state veterinarian. The Doctor is a good man for the position, which he has held for several years. • Klein's elevator at Bockwell, together with 40,000 bushels of corn and oats, and Paul's lumber yard was destroyed by fire Saturday morning. The total loss is about $30,000, The Germania Standard reports that coal h as °een found on Ben. Smith's farm over near the Union Slough, at a depth of twenty feet. Mr. Smith will investigate and see what there is in the alleged,find. The ladies of tbe'A. L. A, will hold a fair about the middle of December, and request all who have an interest in the reading room to contribute one or more articles, useful or ornamental, suitable for a Christmas gift. . Bev. A. V. Gorrell has been invited to hold services in Christ church Waterloo on next Sunday. He will attend the annual convention of the diocese, which assembles in St, Paul's church Des Moines, on Tuesday, Dec, 4, before returning home. Manager Ewing of the Kimball Co., received from Chicago last week an elegant upright piano that was exhibited at the Worlds'Fair grounds. It is one of the finest instruments in the west) avl would 09 an .ornament , in'any Algona homo, LaxJies. exam Jne the at nineteen Webster City men- at the a change in the time of their trains. Look it up in the time card. The sheriffs' association of the state will hold its regular annual meeting in Des Moines on December 12. Burt Stone trapped a badger south of LuVeue one day last week. They are a very scarce animal in these parts. O. 1<\ Thompson,, the defaulting postmaster at Thor, was fined $490 in the federal court at Fort Dodge last week. LuVerne has hired a gentleman to act as night-watch for the winter. His principal business will be to keep his eye peeled for fires. , A young druggist named Stone, from Wright county, is having a building erected in Swea City for occupancy by a drug store as soon as completed. Marriage licenses have been issued this week to P. O. Brendjord and Hettie G. Goetth, John Boyer and Anna Kinnen, Mark Pray and Sarah McKinzte. ' , A Burlington woman was suffering from'a felon on her finger. To kill it she applied hot lye with a solution of carbolic acid. She then stopped the inroads of the acid by having the finger amputated. She believes the felon will not botiher her any more. The D. W. Arnold farm of 420 acres adjoining the town site of Burt was sold last week by Call ,& Sweeting to George C. Allen, of east of Burt, for the snug sum of $12,600. Mr. Allen has disposed of his old place and will move onto his new one in the spring. L. C. Smith was down from Burt Saturday and bought of Col. Spe'ncer his hay barn at that place. Schultz & Smith will handle some bay in connection with their other business. We are pleased to learn that the firm has been doing a nice business this fall, They deserve as much, as they do business on the square. There was a very pleasant birth-day party at the residence of Mr. arid Mrs. Hugh Herman in Union, Friday evening. Upwards of forty of the friends and neighbors of Mr, and Mrs. Herman assembled to congratulate Mrs. Herman, whose birthday it was, Be- freshments were served and the evening was spent in social conversation and games. J. J. Byan beat Landlord Tennant out of a box of good ten cent cigars last Monday on the weight of some pigs that Mr. Tennant had bought J, J,, is a close guesser en the weigh' of porkers, having spent some years as a buyer of live stock. To win the wager Mr. Byan had to catch the porker in the pen and then weigh it which he accomplished with hi usuaj agility. ,J,'B. Coulter has discounted any thine we have heard about so far jn s working aench. S. T. Meservey will begin work on Fort Dodge's street car system as soon as spring opens. Taylor is making a special effort to reduce his stock of cloaks. He is selling them very cheap. The News says that Herman Butts of near LuVerne has husked 1500 bushels of corn this fall. His corn turned out well. A special train consisting of fifteen carload of cattle left Armstrong Sunday morning for Chicago. They were from the Ellsworth farm. • Peter Winkel will put up another ice house this season. His supply out of Ledyard last week. They have ten buyers. Union Thanksgiving services were held at the Congregational church yesterday morning. Eev. Stevens preached the sermon. J. A. Freeh was down from Bancroft yesterday delivering his insurance policies to the county. Jake says that he saved the county'some money. Archie Hutchison started Monday for Louisiana to be gone all winter. We shall expect him to have the negro dialect down pat upon his return home. Sir Knight Alex. Peddle will con* duct services in St. Thomas' church on next Sunday in the absence of the rector. We ask for this eminent laymen a cordial hearing. * Advertised letters: Hawkeye C. Club, Maud Laird, John A. Millie, M. J. Marshall, Soven Neilsen, W. O. Shape, T. C. Tubbs, John Squires, Mrs. Emma Schal. There will be a meeting of the ladies of the A. L. A. in the reading room Nov. 30, at 3 o'clock p. m. All ladies interested in the reading room are invited to attend this meeting. Wo learn from the Bancrof Register that Dr. Hefllin will not return to Swea City, and that he contemplates locating in a small town in Wisconsin. It is not likely the climate in Swea City would be very agreeable to the doctor hereafter. • M. Eichardson has a force of five men working at the foundry putting up feed grinders. He has no trouble in selling all that he can make. The foundry will run all winter if business continues to be as good as it is at present. .; The Emmetsburg Democrat says; Hester & Herley will open a branch drugstore at Whittemore in a week or ten days. Mr. Wolfgang will have charge of it. Mr. Wolfgang is a competent druggist and an affable gentleman. The people of Whittemore will find him ready to supply their wants in his linepromptlyandsatisfactorily. The council of Webster City ordered a census of that burg taken that they might know just how large they were. The job has been completed and the returns show that the town has a A flowing well on S. H. McAdam's place north-east of Bancroft flows 95 barrels of water in 24 hours. John Hefley, late of Emmetsburg, was shot and killed by Indians one day this week at some point in Northern Mexico. A. D. Clarke is having a new stone walk put down around his residence 'property, The stone is shipped In gave out last summer and he don't From ajl parts of the state hogs are Ruling large loads, He hauled-in reported'to be dying 'In great numbers one load on oqe wagon 17 head of hog witb'Qbolera, A farmer near ?4UUlP4 weighing 464Q pounds, sayeft nearjy all of i large <ttayf> fit received SJSfteo,; , The hp'gs .after $$ obolerp W " "' for*, which next day . ^ , on'' QRS wagon. 23 hoga-wejgliipg 5,600 peuftds population of 4,222. The Graphic propose to have the like happen the coming summer. The Lake Mills Graphic says that 3,000 worth of groceries have been elivered at that place by grocerymen, nd in every case the goods have roven to be inferior both in quality nd weight. An authority in glassware says that he old style champaigne glasses, wide nd flat are going out of style. The ew style are much deeper. Joyful ews, no doubt to many who like to rink deeply, if at all. Two men were arrested at Elmore ast Monday on the charge of selling vhisky without a license. One was ound over to the grand jury and the ther escaped from the officers and as not been heard of since. Col. Cooke and Capt. Haggard were t Fort Dodge Tuesday attending the uilitary meeting. Major Humphrey f Sioux City was nominated to stic- eed Col. Bulo to the generalship. apt. Kirk of Sioux City will be made a major to succeed Major Humphreys We have been informed that wenty-flve persons arc sick in Bufalo Center, and vicinity. It is said to o caused by poor drinking water as hey have mostly shallow wells which ontain nothing but slough water. Mayor Boyle has issued an order jhat all dogs found on the streets ol Whittemore are to be shot. The state board of health having furnished His lonor with the information that dogs ill carry diphtheria germs thereby :auslng the disease to spread, G, F, Holloway of Bancroft is mak- ng preparations for a big wolf hunt some time in the near future. The Begister says they have sent for the jack of hounds owned by Squires of West Bend and will teach the cunning wolf of this section the latest approved methods of dying gracefully. Fie has a number of pesky brutes located, and when the hounds and a the favorable day arrive, will show uninitiated some great sport. Those now kind of machlncsj?nown as a corn busker and feed cntter, If all report? are true, are very, dangerous, A repprt; from Story 0|ty 'is to, the effept that-ten'persons foVve j D gt eitheV a hand or an arm in them this fall in that county, One yopng niaq ip this county lost an arm Jn one of them. The festive hay press- has mangled 4 th}s)iew ' says that in 1890 when the last regular census was taken the city showed 2,800 people. This is an increase in four years of 1,422. Now that we have two .of as good flouring mills as there are in the country, suppose that we.levy a duty of 25 cents a sack on all flour shipped into Algona. That is good republican doctrine, 'and it would be the means of shutting out the product of outside mills, thereby compelling our people to patronize home industries. By all means give the home flour the preference so long, at least, as it is equal to any to be had. ,;'.''A married folks' dancing club has been organized for the winter, with about forty members. At a business 'meeting of the club Monday evening J. W. Wadsworth was elected president, Alex. White, secretary; Win. K, 'Ferguson,.treasure; J. F. Nicoulinand C. D. Pettibone floor managers, for the season. -The first dance was given at the court house hall Wednesday evening and there was a whopping big crowd out. The club will give one dance a month during the winter. 1 Mr. and Mrs. A. A. Brunson expect to start about January first for an extended trip through the southern states and on the Pacific coast. They will be absent the entire winter and expect to .-do considerable travelling and sight 'seeing. Mr. Brunson has kept pecking away steadily ever since he came to the county, upwards of thirty years ago, and the trip that he and his wife are now about to take, promises to be a most pleasant one. 'They deserve all the pleasure that can possibly be acquired in such a journey, , The last congress provided for the payment of all those who settled on the Crow Creek reservation in Dakota in 1885, after it was thrown open to settlement by order of President Arthur, which order was afterwards rescinded by Grover Cleveland, The settlers will be reimbursed to the amount of their actual expenses. Attorney Sullivan has the claims of Peter Winl?el, C, Herman, Frank Powowski, Ignafrz Bummer and the administrator of the S. I, PJumley estate proven up and a settlement is looked for now In a few days, Quite a large number went out from this and H w)U be cheering news from abroad. Farmers, taring your wheat to Algona to mill. We positively have two of the best mills in the state. Try them and be convin'ced. ' *""\.l>.v The hog market is considerably off, with heavy receipts at the Chicago stock yards. Algona buyers are paying 45c for wheat, 23c'for oats, 35c for corn and barley, $1.10@$1.20 for flax. E, V. Swetting, as attorney for Win. J. Knapp, the fellow caught near Sioux City aty! wanted at Germania, for somej' 'ged crooked work, had him dismissed by Judge Quarton, as the evidence sent down by the justice was not sufficient to hold him. The engagement of Col. Thos. F. Cook and Miss Nellie Ford has been announced. The wedding is to take place in the uear future. Miss Ford lives in Wisconsin but has many warm friends in Algona thatshe made during an extended visit here last summer. Two ladies at Webster City gave an insurance agent a public horsewhipping last Friday. The alleged cause of the whipping was that they had been slandered by the said insurance agent, who had made uncomplimentary remarks of them. He probably deserved all the ladies gave him. Mr. S. S. Wartman died last Saturday evening and was buried Monday. Rev. Gorrell of the Episcopal church conducted the funeral services from the Wartman home on McGregor street. Deceased was about 60 years of age. He had been sick more or less for the past three years. He leaves a wife and four children. The most successful public sale of the season was the Capt. Jenson sale in Swea Tuesday. There were between 400 and 500 people out and the bidding was brisk on everything. Horses were sold for one hundred dollars and over and cows brought forty dollars. The sale footed up over five thousand dol lars, and D. A. Haggard, out lightning auctioneer, run it out in exactly five hours. It is a fact, conceeded by everybody, that Mr. Haggard is one of the best auctioneers that ever mount ed a block. If you are going to have a sale, you will make no mistake if you engage his services. Mr. J. J. Wilson's new mill has been started up. It is equipped with al the improved machinery known ti milling, and is one of the finest mill in Northern Iowa. The building i 36x52, three stories high, and sheeted with corrugated iron. The plant wil be heated by steam. The contrac for putting in the heating apparatu has been let to a Des Moines firm. Th Willford & Northway Co., of Minne apolis'putin the mill machinery. A visit to the mill will convince an one that as good flour can be made i Eight Mile, I mean there is eight miles of' warp i a blanket I have for sale, and that s why it wears longer than any other lanket on the market. My doora are pen all day and evening. Call and xamine. The ladies will do well to all and see my fancy house mats f in my new location, opposite the'post fflce.—D. B. Avey. ' „ Algona as can be made anywhere., J Money to loan on long of 8H$j We have an overstock 6f „, bawls to close at coati.^-Cfolbt&ft%^| Gent's, Ladies' and ciindren^YofJlt hoes of all kinds.—GalbraifcB ' Wehavealinfeof dtess flaafigl lose at 35c at Galbfaith'a. , f Just received a large line of nd gent's kid mittens at For fine large oysters >?o to' A- "An/* erson's at the City Bakery. '. n Fresh Oysters* v We handle the best and sleet orders to be found in townT* A. A good llso ull Fo* Sale young grade .Jersey >a heifer Jersey calf pra6tically>, &JI blood. Enquire at this office*, '„*;,? ' fM -***• r - "• & f \,< ; $$| Catmelburg Cannel Coal ; *\ffi"* L or sale at the Northwestern eieVatori; tf • 'he best kind of coal fof gratek, eries, house furnaces, etc. 0, L. ba- Potatoes—Eiarly Ohio's. ^, <• Eighty cents a bushel. Leave orders or your winter supply at my office. 0. L. LUND." - Low Bates to tbe South.;. On November 20th, December 4th ind 18th, the B. 0. B. & N. By. Will ell excursion tickets to points in'.the >outh and West at extremely^low ates. Tickets will be sold to th'j foj.4. owing territory: All points in QJclaJt loma, Texas and Indian* . „ To points in Southwestern Missdui „ and Eastern Kansas, includlng^Stij foseph, Atchison, Leavenworthsantf Kansas City. Tickets are i gbod/21 days from date and stop over will »bgj allowed. ' * w For further particulars call on, stfc iiori agents or address J. •"•„..»«...,*«! T. & P. A., Cedar Eapids, Farm For Sale Chea; A very choice three and a half, 140 acres under cu and barn ip for sale low price of $26 per- this fall. Apply to gona, or Thos. Reduced Kates to On account of the A* of the Iowa Teachers Des Moines, December^ the North-Western LineWji kets at reduced rates. \- Forl!ful?t mation apply to Agenflso$thejfng & North-western BailiwayM,'? V,A ^ ^ ^__ \ s *i * mj t,? V'i on 1 ')'' ^ e xlgona 'he pro- middle there- 'more dangerous, E. Bussell is the new miller, and Wai Stebbins the engineer. Jo, Crose was found guilty on th charge of swindling at Humboldt las week. He will receive his sentenc sometime before the adjournment court. Addison Fisher has been get ting letters from a number of prom nent men here to the judge askin that Crose be sentenced and that th sentence be suspended during goo behavior. He has a large family an it would go hard with them if left t support themselves. If the judg does suspend the sentence Crose ough to brace up, give the blue sky bus ness the shake, and try and make a honest living. He can do that if he only would, The town council of Bancroft Monday evening let the contract for their water works plant to Messrs. Jackson & Moss of Des Moines.. The contract price Is $0,000 and the city is to get a one thousand barrel tank erected on an 80 foot tower. The main street will be covered 'with an eight inch main with sufficient hydrants, etc. They also get 500 feet of 21 inch hose and a hosecart. The city's well is 212 feet deep and has been tested at 60 gallons per minute. Bancroft will have as good a system of water works asany\Jown of her size in the state. The mains and tank are to be put in right away. Father Schemmel of Bancroft has of late found good homes for ten children which were sent him from an orphan asylum in New York which shelters 2,000 orphan waifs. Father Eckert of Wesley has also found good homes for several, and we understand that in the vicinity of the Prairie church fifteen of the homeless youngsters have of late been placed Jn comfort able homes. One day fast week i number of the little, waifs from, th< Winter Tourist Kates Western The North-Western ing excursion tickets, ced rates, to the healtl, resorts of California, l' t New Mexico, Texas, Irr~ issippi, Georgia, SouthNew Year nessee and Alabama. jWillbesold full information appltf&[St.Paul oago and North-Westctf 2( X> miles f the round T 7~I 77 " Dec. 24th, Loss of strength anljmuar i s t; away from any cause ft 0 and in- ed by using that grel producers, Johnson's 5 pound Cod Liver Oil. a a t Laden*-*-«1 Stephens. Low Bate Exciu'sloiT—• N On December 4 'antfe ,J>% 10 ° North-Western Line \C_ on s> Seekers' Excursion tick *)• ln(1Ioi 5, ets from stations in Illiny^ijV,,? to points in Nebraska, wl aici:ibp the Black Hills district ol, knta at very low rates' ft?d 850,trip; tickets good for reJds. B. at any time within twer^gold on ty days from date of sale] and detailed informal" . . , Agents Ohicago&Northf nulated way. • ' s Arson's. State of Iowa, Kossuth. County, )ourt in and for saifl county. To nay concern: Whereas on the 18t! , . November, 1894, a paper purporting tp Too, ., ast will and testament ot John MoGotohl vte of said county, Deceased, was filed/In m: fllce, and by by me i opened and 'publl" 1 ead; andthellth day oiDoeoinbQr,H8W,v. , jointed and fixed as toe time when tho same' rill come before tho court, at the X)eo^mb lermthereof then to be hejd, .as fphe flu,.., executed last will anfl testament oMhe gala John MoGetchle, deceased, at whtoji'time a jersons interested' may appear and '»»"v iause why tbe same should, not bej&d o probate. < ! * i ff {' Dated this Slday of November, 18(8, .* :. -. .... <J/F|>:BP Jw to them to by going at it rjgl)t, t tljey'can at legist ji-ecover from the government', what w^ohey jhey apima.lly spent jfl gpiRg.tftere an^ ' ' same place,, arrived Jo oyer the Northwestern road, and all have been ' placed, this 'gjjpd, families. nobje al

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