The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa on May 9, 1894 · Page 1
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ESTABLISHED 1865, ALGONA, IOWA, WEDNESDAY, MAY Q, 1894, TOL Have You Planted Your Garden? If .not, we want to sell you your seeds, onion sets, sweet corn, etc. 1.1 Opera. ZE3Io-u.se CLEARING SALE -AT- GALBRAITH'S. Ginghams for - - 5 cents—worth Calico for - - - - 5 cents—worth Outing Flannel for - S cents—worth All-wool C. C. Carpet for 50 cents—worth Cotton Carpet for - 20 cents—worth- Worsted Dress Goods for 39 cents—worth Worsted Dress Goods for 15 cents—worth Jamestown Dress Goods for 30 cents—worth Jamestown Dress Goods for 40 cents—worth. Plaid Dress Goods for - S cents—worth Cotton Dress Goods for 10 cents—worth Ribbon for ' - - - 5 cents—worth Ribbon for - - - 10 cents—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 togao cents Remnants at about half price. Clothing regardless of cost. In shoes we have some good bargains. WALL PAPER, new stock at the lowest prices. Brownell & Allred, ALGONA, IOWA. We have the best goods in the market for the money. =Boots and Shoes^ In all widths and sizs, for Men, Boys, Youths, Ladies, Misses and Children. Give us a call. No trouble to show goods. I will sell you better FLOUR and other mill products for less money than you can buy elsewhere, or no money, Every sack warranted and delivered, J, J, WILSON. DEliB MAKING-, MRS. F. LUI& ow prepared to do all kinds of dress uiak ' '' ing at her home on pened a blacksmith shop at the old Pe- stand on west State street, west of the i *^ d & Prepared to do Blacksmithing a, to the best manner aufl at reasonable, prices. farTlow work a specialty. "-In Sees. 31 and S9.grescQ; 75 Millinery. THE mm IOWA NEWS, Latest Styles. Finest Stock, now prepared to show customers and; intending purchasers one of the finest and most varied stocks of mill inery goods to be seen in this section It has been selected with special ref erence to the wants of this communi ty, and we have no hesitancy in say that we can satisfy the most fastidi pus as tP price or quality. The IN TRIMMING constitutes an especial feature of ou business. We are prepared to filial orders promptly. We want your patronage, Come and loofe at our goods Last Saturday afternoon hall fell at owa City breaking alt the slate roofs m the university buildings, ruining all he tin roofs itt the city, breaking all he glass on the west and south sides of he buildings, iihd doing over $100,000 latnage. The storm lasted 20 minutes and the hail stones ran from two to ight Inches in circumference. Tops >f buggies, cushions, and even the floors were cut through and riddled, Water poured through roofs as though they were selves and damaged vast quantl- ies of goods. The university buildings were the chief sufferers. Director Sage, of the Iowa weather >ureau, says that 1,500 men could find •emunerative employment in 10 coun- ies in southwestern Iowa. Kelly's army could all have had good jobs ight near Council Bluffs if anyone would vouch for their trustworthiness. It is said that "Gen." Randall's .aughter rides the white horse that vas engaged for Gov. Boies at the vorld's fair opening. The governor at on it a minute and it cost the state 50. Bagley of Mason City rode the least out and it would do nothing but rot or run and was either ahead or iehind its place all the time. If Miss Randall goes to Washington on that lorse she will earn more than she will iver receive even if Coxeyism should riumph. _______ The state convention of the Iowa State Temperance alliance has been lalled to meet June 26 at Des Moines, in the opening day of the prohibition tate convention, which also meets "une 20 and 27. Father Nugent of Des Moines is a tudent of social problems. Speaking if the cause of Kellyism he said to the Capital: "In my opinion, the immediate cause* is the lack of employment. The primary causes, I think, ire due to our rapid and high pressure ivilization, and the invention of labor aving machines. Men increase while he demand for men decreases. If lorses were rational, self-supporting jeings, we would have an army of lorses going to Washington, declaring hat electricity had robbed them of he means of subsistence. It really las taken their place, but with horses he demand regulates the supply, and .his settles that problem." "Gen." Kelly was to speak at Drake university and a big audience gathered, but the speaking failed to occur. Gen. Drake had telegraphed from lenterville to stop it. President Aylesworth is in sympathy with Kelly and may lose his position. In the May Midland B. F. Tillinghast inishes the story of Iowa's contribution to Russia during the famine. It was shipped in the Tynehead and the cargo ionsisted of 95,650 bushels of corn in bulk, 21,201 bushels in bags, 402 sacks of meal, 781 sacks of flour, 10 bags of wheat, 9 bags of rye, etc. Besides these 51,160 pounds of flour, or 260 aarrels, were shipped by 40 Iowa towns in the steamer Missouri, Cedar FtUls sent $1,038 in cash, direct, and $4,959 was received too late to be spent for corn and was sent in cash, and probably $5,000 more was sent by individuals. Mr. Tillinghast concludes that Iowa sent more in the aggregate than any other state, and that the actual number of contributors in Iowa was much larger than in any other state. Some fourteen years ago Judge Deemer, who goes on the supremo bench, was the crack base ball catcher at the state university. It is sale he has kept up his practice and is all but a pi-ofessional yet. He was the youngest district judge in Iowa when first chosen, and lacks somewhat o: being forty now. The state firemen's tournament is to be held at Sioux City, June 23, fintihg the satin copies of the Sawkeye at Burlington the yeaf efore. The Carroll Herald, publishes an interesting reminiscence of Frank Hatton: Hattqn almost worshiped General Grant. When Iowa was ablaze with Elaine enthusiasm in 1880 Hatton's paper stood squarely by the hero of Appomattox. When on bis return from his trip around the world General Grant held a publii reception at Burlington, Hatton' supporters worked up a gathering o mammoth proportions. The next day Mr, and Mrs. Grant read the accoun of the demonstrations in the Hawkeye printed on the richest satin. Bu neither Grant nor Elaine was electee president. The fated Garfleld carriec the day, but Hatton's star was in th ascendant. When Arthur succeedei to the executive chair, vacated by th assassination of the president, SJatto: was made first assistant postmaste general. It was charged by the demo cratio press and some of Biaioe' f pleads wk94»»Q$ like Button, bis appo^lipjit waj\ft9. re.su.lt. BTfttJOE Garflold Resident Losoa & Lot oir Stock atid Gj-ftin-±he 1'otni Loss is $2,400. Fred Wichman of Garfleld township uffered a big loss a week ago Monday Ight. The West Bend Journal re* lOrts the occurrence and says! About a quarter past 10 there was a iright flash of lightning accompanied >y a sharp peal of thunder. Mr. Wichman got out of bed and went to he window, but could see nothing ivrong and went to bed again. About lalf past 11 he was awal<ened again tid saw that everything, was as light s day in the house, and on looking out B saw his barn a solid sheet of flame, t Was impossible to save anything hen, and as the wind was blowing traightfrom the barn to the house, e with the help of his brother and ired man had all they could do to ave the house, Mr, Wichman lost in he barn 10 work horses and two colts, 0 head, of cows and heifers, 13 calves, even sows with young pigs, 760 lushels of oats, 100 bushels of corn and bout 40 tons of baled hay that was tqred in the barn, besides many other mall articles. The barn was valued at bout $600. The total loss will reach 2,400, with $1,800 insurance on the )roperty burned, carrie^ in the Con- inental and Hawkeye insurance com- ianies. This is a hard blow and comes ,t a time of year when the time ccupied in replacing the stock is -aluable, as he has his plowing only bout half done. He has the sympathy f everybody. | Dnmngo at Gormnnla. The Armstrong Journal reports that he house of Mr. Fits;, cashier of the tate bank at Gormania, was struck by ightning Sunday and Mrs. Fitz was ndly stunned, but it is thought not eriously injured. No particular clara- ge was'done to the house. The lighting came down the stove pipe and >assed out through the wall, making a iole about the size of a lead pencil. Qunrton for .Tuclfro. Estherville Vindicator: W. B. Quartern, Esq. of Algona, came up from .mmetsburg yesterday, where he is ittending court. Mr. Quarton is a awyer of excellent ability and is Kosuth county's candidate for the judge- hip. He is a young man and is very >opular at his own home. The judicial Convention would make no mistake in shoosing Mr. Quarton. Estherville Republican: Attorney N, B. Quarton of Algona, candidate or judicial honors, has been in his city the past week. Mr. Quar- ;on is a young man, but has already juilt up an excellent practice and acquired a good name over the entire district. He has strong 1 support and stands a good chance of securing the prize. TWO LIVES SAVED. Mrs, Phoebe Thomas of Junction City, 111., wns told by her doctors she had consumption and that there was no hope for her, but two bottles of Dr. King's Now Discovery completely cured her and she says it saved her life. Thos. Eggors, 189 Florida street, San Francisco, suffered from a dreadful cold, approaching consumption; ,ried without result everything else, then Dougat one bottle Dr. King's New Discov sry and in two weeks was cured. Natural- y ho is thankful. It is such results, of which these are samples, that prove the wonderful efficacy of this medicine in colds and coughs. Free trial bottles at Sheetz'. Regular size 50c and SI. 5 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. you find yourself in need of New Carpets, Curtains, Portiers, and Draperies, Rugs, Mats, Carpet Sweepers, Curtain Poles, etc., REMEMBER- The Grange Store Offers you the largest assortment, the best goods, and the lowest prices. •'..-- ELECTRIC BITTKUS. ' This remedy is becoming so well known and so popular as to need no special mention. All who have used Electric Bittors sing the same song of praise. A purer medicine does not exist, and it is guaranteed to do all that is claimed. Electric Bitters will cure all diseases of tho liver and kidneys, will remove pimples, boils, salt rheum, and other affections caused by impure blood; will drive malaria from the system and prevent as well as cure all malarial fevers; for cure of headache, constipation, and indigestion try Electric Bitters. Entire* satisfaction guaranteed or money refunded. Price 50c and one dollar a bottle, atShoetz.' 5 HUCKLEN'S ARNICA SALVE, The best salve in tho world for bruises, outs, sores, ulcers, salt rheum, fever sores, tetter, chapped hands, chilblains, corns and all skin eruptions, and positively cures piles or no pay required. It is guaranteed to give perfect satisfaction or money refunded, Price 25o a box. Sold by L. A- Shoetz, Pasturage for Stock. I will be ready to take colts and young stock as soon as the season opens for my pasture, at my farm on the Black Cat. Have running water, plen* ty of shade, and one of the best pastures in the county. About 150 acres in the inclosure. For colts, $4, and for young stock $2 for the season. 4t4 0. BVSON, o- Center of Attraction Studley's Pharmacy Everybody Goes There! State: University The Several Departments will the Year 1893-94 on Sept. 20. Eaclj department is thoroughly equipped for efficient work, and no palus will be spared to aflord students the best possible opportunity to pursue their chosen lines of study. For particular information as to the respective departments address as follows: Collegiate—Charles J. Schaefter, president, Iowa City. kaw^Erulin McClaln, chancellor, Iowa City. Medical—J. W. Harriman, M. p., secretary of facultj, Iowa City. Homoeopathic Medical—4, O. Gllchrlst, M. D., registrar of faculty, Iowa City. Dental—A. O. Hunt, 0. D. S., dental faculty, Iowa City. Pharmaceutical—E. L. Boerner, Ph. G., dean. Of faculty, Iowa City, Expenses in all departments are reasonable, Cost of board to private famines, $3 to S5 pep eek; la clubs, $1.50 to S3.50 per wee);. For catalogues, or for general information, Coming Comin The Fourth Car Load of «* Flour will arrive this week at the new store, No family can afford to keep house without it, ber the place ; Cowles block, JAMIi PATTERSON Wy?QF« sell, or tent bous.es or lots;

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