The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa on April 11, 1894 · Page 1
Get access to this page with a Free Trial

The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa · Page 1

Algona, Iowa
Issue Date:
Wednesday, April 11, 1894
Page 1
Start Free Trial

ALGONA, IOWA, WEDNESDAY, APRIL 11, 1894, THEIR LABORS AT AN END. ESTABLISHED 1865, Good Property. A Gold Medal is nice property ; a Gold i Mine may be nicer, A Nice _Girl @ • • @ is better than gold in any form. Moral: Get our ANGELINA to make your bread, The Iowa, Legislators Pulled tip Stakes tast Friday, and Ai-e Common, Everyday People Again, Two Hundred and Thirteen Bills, All Told, fieeanie Laws—Some af the , More important Ones. Opera* CLEARING SALE* -AT- s. Ginghams for - - 5 cents- Calico for - - - -3 cents- Outing Flannel for - Scents- All-wool C. C. Carpet for 50 cents- Cotton Carpet for - 20 cents- Worsted Dress Goods for 39 cents- Worsted Dress Goods for ig cents- Jamestown Dress Goods for 30 cents- Jamestown Dress Goods for 40 cents- Plaid Dress Goods for - 5 cents- Cotton Dress Goods for 10 cents- Ribbon for - - - S cents- Ribbon for - - - to cents -worth -worth -worth -worth -worth -worth -worth -worth -worth -worth -worth —worth -worth 8 to 10 cents 7 cents 8 to 10 cents 65 cents 30 cents 60 cents 35 cents 50 cents 60 ceuts 10 cents 5 to 20 cents 8 to 10 cents 10 to'2O cents DES MOINES, April -1.— The Twenty* fifth general assembly adjourned yesterday at about 5 p. m., though the hour set was 12 m. Two hundred attd thirteen bills, all told, passed both houses and became laws. There were 59 legalizing acts, 22 appropriation bills and 10 joint resolutions. The general statutes number 122. The statutes of real statewide importance number 13. THE LIQUOR LAW. The new liquor law is of first importance. This law has been given in your columns and need not be repeated. IMITATION OF BUTTER AND CHEESE. It is made unlawful to make any substitute for butter or cheese to be of the same color as butter or cheese. Genuine butter can be given a better color by coloring process. All substitutes for butter or cheese must be labeled in plain English language. Restaurants and hotels using butterine must post up a card reading, "Substitute for butter used here," This bill is a very long one and contains the very severest penalties for its violation. A very severe law was passed requiring that when a chemical milk test is used, the same must be reliable and the person using the same must procure from the state dairy commissioner one standard tube or bottle for testing milk. ' FOR CONTROL OF STATE BANKS. It was enacted that no director or trustee of a state bank shall receive pay for his services', he must not use the funds of said bank or its deposits, except for regular business transactions, all officers borrowing money from the bank must give security, the same as other people; no banking company can borrow more from its own bank than 25 per cent, of its capital stock. Fines and penalties are attached for the due enforcement of the law. A NEW SUPREME COURT JUDGE. One additional judge is added to the supreme court of the state, to be appointed by the governor, to, hold until the election of this year. EIGHTY PER CENT INSURANCE CLAUSE. Provisions in insurance policies stipulating that property must be insured to the extent of 80 per cent or any extent are void. Any provision that insured shall bear any proportion of the loss is void. Remnants at about half >price. Clothing regardless of cost. In shoes we have some good bargains. WALL PAPER, new stock at the lowest prices. . L GALBRAITH & CO. TO CODIFY THE LAWS. It was ordered that a non-partisan commission consisting of five persons, two appointed by the house of representatives, one by the senate and two by the supreme court, shall be created to codify the laws of Iowa and report to the Twenty-sixth general assembly. Their work must be completed and printed before November 1, 1895. Each commissioner shall receive $10 a day for his labor. And the commission shall have the power to employ a clerk at not more than $5 a day and expenses. PRIZE FIGHTING. be built hear the town of Cherokee The town was selected by a ballot taken in the general assembly while iti joiht convention. • , The sum of $12,000 was appropriated to buy the ground for the new hospital and $60.000 per year, beginning 1 with 1896, with which to build a hospital until the amount reaches $200,000. WOMEN MAY VOTE. It was enacted that women may vote at any election for the purpos6 of ia- suing bonds for municipal or school purposes or for the purpose of raising a tax levy. WATER CLOSETS FOR SCHOOL HOUSES. A very rigid law was enacted in relation to water closets and privies for school houses in both town and country. Boards of directors are required to provide for them and to pay for the same out of the contingent fund. PRICE OF MEALS FOR PRISONERS. It was enacted that where prisoners are dieted in jails at the expense of the county the price shall be 12i cents for each meal and 12i cents for lodging. The prisoner is to haye but three meals a day. Heretofore the rate has been fixed tit 60 cents a day. and dishonest practices have grown up under the law. LEGAL NOTICES. The price for all legal notices not heretofore defined shall be the same as for the regular original notice. The pay to newspapers for publishing the official .ballot shall be v 2-5 of the legal rate. .. . . . TEXT BOOKS FOR POOR CHILDREN. School text books for poor children may be furnished at the expense of the district. BECORDERS 1 SALARIES, n County recorders shall pay all fees into the county treasury in excess of $1,500 per year. MARSHALS AND POLICE. The councils of'cities of the second class and incorporated towns are authorized to select marshals and police in connection with the mayor and such officers are subject to removal by the mayor. WAGES OF COAL MINERS. • Operators of coal mines must p_ay their employes in lawful money twice a month and must not at any time withhold more than three weeks' wages. RELOCATING COUNTY SEATS. In county seat contests signers of jetitions must establish their identity jy affidavits of responsible citizens. Remonstrances must be subjected to the same test. CAPITAL PUNISHMENT. It is provided that all executions shall be in the penitentiary. When a warden of the penitentiary is satisfied that a defendant in his charge under sentence, of death is insane or pregnant, he shall notify the commissioner of insanity of the county to ascertain the facts. If the defendant is found to be insane or pregnant, sentence shall be suspended. NEW JUDICIAL DISTRICTS. Dubuque county shall constitute the Nineteenth judicial district. The counties of Delaware, Black Hawk and Gruncly shall constitute the Tenth district, NEW ROAD LAW. Boards of supervisors shall, at time of levying taxes, levy not to exceed 1 mill for road fund. The amount levied by township trustees, together with this amount, shall not exceed 4_ mills. This is the only change made in the Iowa road law. When you are in need of Groceries— Try , . . . Club House Goods, We carry a full line of this brand, We have a large assortment of Garden- and Flower Seeds which seem to be in style just now. Call and look them over. Langdon & Hudson. •i V*" The Nobbiest Shoes Ever shown in Algona. Gents' Fine Shoes, the VERY LATEST STYLES, and the =Very Best Goods Made. Samples will be on exhibition for a FEW DAYS ONLY. Call and see them and give us your order if you want the nobbiest shoe made. : BROWNELL & ALLRED, Boots and Shoes, Algona, Iowa. DRESS MAKING-, MRS, F. LULL, Is now prepared to do all kinds of dross male * ing at her Ixome on •West gtBtto Qtioat, Millinery. MONEY , ON REAL ESTATE. i, A, mwn, Drugs and Medicines, Full assortment always on hand ol drugs, clues, and pure liquors for medicinal ^purposes only. "UNCLE (Amerlcaa Mechanic,) GUNSMITH, LOCKSMITH, Bell Hanger, Bicycle Wfeeelwrigbt, Latest Styles, Finest Stock, Are now prepared to show customers and intending purchasers one of the finest and most varied stocks of millinery goods to be seen in this section. It has been selected with special vef erence to the wants of this community, and we have no hesitancy in say- that we can satisfy the most fastidi ous as to price or quality, UTE8T IN constitutes an especial feature of our business. We are prepare^ to fill all orders promptly. We waat yoijtr pat- Come a»4 loofe a_t ow good?.. The penalties for prize fighting shall not be less than $100 nor more than $1,000, or imprisonment in the penitentiary for not more than one year, or by both fine and imprisonment. Whoever assists in any prize fight shall be guilty of a misdemeanor and subject to a fine not exceeding $500, or shall be imprisoned in the county jail for not more than 150 days. Every peace officer is required to interfere to prevent prize fights. CIGARS, CIGARETTES, ETO. After the fourth day of July it will be unlawful for any person, directly or indirectly, by himself or agent, to sell or give away to any minor under 16 years any cigars, cigarettes or tobacco, in any form whatever, except upon the written order of his parent or guardian. The penalty is a fine of not less than $5 nor more than $1,000, and the accused must stand committed until fine and costs are paid, TO RESTRAIN HUNTERS, Hereafter no one in Iowa can hunt with dog or gun upon the cultivated or enclosed lands of another without obtaining permission from the owner, occupant or agent thereof. The penalty is a fine of $10 for each offense, and no one except the owner, occupant or agent of such lands can file the plaint. CONSTABLES' AND JUSTICES' Hereafter all justices of the peace in townships of 4,000 population or less shall not receive fees in excess_ of $600 per annum. In townships having more than 4.000 and less than 10,000 they may retain $800. The salary grades on up, the highest allowed being $1,500. Constables shall be entitled to $500, $600, $800, $1,000 or $1,200, according to the population of the township. All fees collected by these officers in excess of the salaries named must be paid into the county treasury. SHERIFFS' SALARIES. Hereafter sheriffs in counties of 28,000 population and less than 45,000 population shall receive $2,300 for their pay and the pay of deputies. In counties having more than 45,000 people they 8h»U be entitled to $3,000 per annum. Each sheriff shall furnish a statement to the board of supervisors of all expenses paid in serving the processes in criminal cases, which amount shall be paid out of the county treasury. Sheriffs may be allowed deputies at a salary not to exceed $1,000 per annum. NEW INSANE HOSPITAL. . 4 new in,sftn,e hospital is ordered |o. SOCIETY INSURANCE COMPANIES. Fraternal beneficiary associations and lodges doing a life insurance business must file articles of incorporation ancl make annual reports to the auditor of state. All such associations must have a certificate of authority from the auditor of state. Societies from other states must exhibit certified copies of their charter, articles of incorporation, etc. This new law is long and places all lodge insurance societies under the supervision of the office of the auditor of state, LEGISLATIVE NOTES. The prohibitory amendment was psased in almost exactly the form used The two houses failed to relocate the soldiers'monument, so it will be built on the sight of the old capitol, The bill to permit the manufacture of liquors in the state passed the senate, but did not get through the house. L, YOUNG. CARPETS. CARPETS. CARPETS. Our new Spring Samples will soon be here at much lower prices ; until they arrive and to clear old stock we will sell SAMPLES now on hand at one- half original cost. Now is the time to select suitable pieces for Rugs, Upholstery, etc. Come soon before the assortment is broken, as they will go at prices offered. The Grange Store. Coming! Coming! Comill The Fourth Car Load of Flour will arrive this week at the new store. Sa,cOs, - - ZPa/terrt, Pasture Notice, My pastures, adjoining town, and also south of the river, will be ready to receive stock as soon as the grass is sufficiently started. M, V. Butler, on the farm,'will have charge, to whom application and payment must be made. Terms as last season. No liability assumed for injury to or breaking out of stock.-3t3 AMBROSE A, CALL, A MILLION FRIENDS. A friend in need is a, friend indeed, and not less than one million people have found just such a friend in Pr. King's New Pis- covery for consumption, coughs, ana colas. Jf you have never used tuis great cougn medicine one trial will convince you that it has wonderful curative powers in all diseases of throat, chest, and lungs, Each bottle is warranted to do all that is claimed or money will be refunded. Trial bottles free at L. A. Sheets' drug store. Largo bottles 50c and one dollar. 1 FOUR BIO SUCCESSES, Having the needed merit to more than make good all the advertising claimed for them, the following four remedies have reached a phenomenal sale: Pr. King's New Piscovery, for consumption, coughs, and colds, each bottle guaranteed; Electric Bitters, the great remedy for liver, stomach, and kidneys; BucWen's Arnica Salve, tne Vest in the world, and Pi'. King's New Life Pills, which, are % perfect pill. All these remedies are guaranteed, to do just what is claimed for them, and the dealer Whose name is attached herewith will be glad to tell you more of them,. Sold at Pr. L. A. Sheetz' drug store. I HORSE owners will be pleased to learw that L, T. Martin of Uvermore will call .upon tbew in good No family can afford to keep house without it, Remember the place: Cowles block, JAMES PATTERSOIST Zf OUT THIS OUT preset it at Study's Drug Btore, Algema, Iowa, for a sample of a Sura Our© [Successors to 0, I*. ^«a*— Established 1880,] REAL ESTATE DEALERS We wisu to announce to tbereaaei-sonfHBUPPBB PBS Moi»»attot ye nftve e*ts%oj:<Ua- aryfaciUtiestorWesem^^ 1» aortjwra Iowa, and, we totte tu wl™u toWposTomelt property to orf ouvw at wrong) -to jAlm 05 Jo <^* 1

What members have found on this page

Get access to

  • The largest online newspaper archive
  • 11,200+ newspapers from the 1700s–2000s
  • Millions of additional pages added every month

Try it free