The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa on May 16, 1894 · Page 1
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^ - r " I :\ "'-. .'' ',- ' •,., ."•• x< 'V i rY" ESTABLISHED 1865. ALGOHA, IOWA, WEDNESDAY, MAY 16, 1894. Have You Planted Your Garden? THE WEEK'S IOWA NEWS, H wass hattdl6d wlth tfae Utm5at difficulty with ropes and a fifig in his nose, Tuesday evening Gleasoa made If not, we want to sell you your seeds, onion sets, sweet corn, etc. Opera, CLEARING SALE -AT- Mike O'Reilly, statesman and saloon keeper la Iowa City, is bound to obey the mulct law if he caa get half ft chance, He has issued a cafd In which he says: Know all men .by these presents, I wish to notify the wife who has a drunkard for a husband or a friend who is unfortunately dissipated to give me notice in writing of such case in which you are interested and all shall be excluded from my place. Let all fathers, mothers, sisters and brothers do likewise'and their request shall be complied with. 1 pay a heavy tax for the privilege of retailing liquors, etc., and want it distinctly understood that I have no desire to sell to minors or drunkards, nor to the destitute and much prefer that they save their money and put it where it will do the most good to their families. There are gentlemen of honor and workingmen who can afford it and It is with them that I desire to trade, and I would say to those who trade with me and can afford It, "come and I will treat you gentlemanly and courteously, but setters are not welcome." The present depression does not affect, all industries. Mrs. John Weideman, living three miles south of Baldwin, gave birth to three bright girl babies last Thursday, weighing respectively six and one-half, six, and four and one-half pounds. GALBRAITH'S. Ginghams for Calico for Outing Flannel for All-wool C. C. Carpet for Cotton Carpet for Worsted Dress Goods for Worsted Dress Goods for Jamestown Dress Goods for 30 cents—worth Jamestown Dress Goods for 40 cents—worth Plaid Dress Goods for - 5 cents—worth Cotton Dress Goods for 10 cents—worth Ribbon for - - , - 5 cents—worth Ribbon'for - 5 cents—worth 5 cents—worth 5 cents—worth 50 cents—worth 20 cents—worth 39 cents—worth 15 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 cents—worth 10 tojao 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. 1BALBBAIIH CO. Brownell & Allred, ALQ-ONA, IOWA. We have the best goods in the market for the money. —Boots and Shoes= It seems that the outrage on the state of locating the soldier's monument in the obscure little pocket where the old capitol stood is about to go through. D. N. Richardson, Mrs. Cora Weed, and Col. Gatch were in Des Moines last week and the contract for removing the old capitol building was let and work will begin at once. The committee decided to put the monument on the ground now owned by the state and not attempt to buy any more. The space available is 160 feet square, which will leave but 50 feet on each side from the base of the monument. The contracts already made call for §138,000, so that but $12,000 are left to pay all the other expenses. Over at 'Rockford two ladies were chosen school directors but were not allowed to qualify. The attorney general now decides for thorn. The ladies are gaining. The following paragraph from the Chicago Hay Journal will be of interest to many: Last October a well known hay commission house of this city sold a car of Iowa upland hay to London parties as a sample of our excellent Iowa prairie grass, and although it was sold at a good prico in Chicago and paid for on this side, a report on this cargo may be of interest to our Iowa friends. The hay having arrived on the other side, it was doled out to various large consumers and met with universal approbation, being particularly liked for its even, bright color and delicious scent. Our English friends are very anxious for more hay like it, and requested a standing offer by cable for 1,200 tons. Wm. Shears was fined $25 and costs Monday, for illegal fishing in Spirit Lake. an exhibition of his pdwefd with the animal, He succeeded in subdueing him and enddsd by hitching him up and driving about the ring. He first overawed the brute by firing pistols about his head* then got a hobble on him and a cord about his leg and back, a la Rarey, ahd so convittded the animal that he had found a master. Late Young wrote an editorial advising the Kelly army to go to work while they were in Des Moines, and that enraged them and their sympathisers almost as much as the suggestion that donations to them be confined to soap. Sovereign and the Sioux Indians set the pace they like—let the women do the work. _ The new torpedo boat, the Erlcksoh, that has been built at Dubuque was launched Saturday. It will go to Pensocola, Fla., to be tested. Charges of stealing honors that do not belong to them are made against Profs. 'Patrick and Wallace "of the agricultural college, and are being investigated. They are made by the late dairy commissioner, ,Tupper, As the matters pertain to. dairying the wonder is how Tupper found out anything about them. When you are in need of Groceries— Try Club House Goods. We carry a full line oi this brand. We have a large assortment of Jack Bellow, Indicted for killing Joe Tiffany at Fort Dodge, escaped Friday, He sawed himself out of his cell with a steel saw. It is thought that his mother supplied the saw as she was in the jail at the time he 'escaped. He crawled through an opening eight by fourteen inches. Paris Winters, under three years' sentence to the penitentiary as the leader of the Dayton rioters, attempted to escape, but was too large to get through the hole. Col. Pete Hepburn has figured that if the annual river and harbor appropriation should be divided among the 805 congressional districts that the Eighth of Iowa would be entitled to $55,000. He thinks this would compensate for the damage done by spring freshets and is considering an amendment to the bill providing that this amount be divided among the eleven counties impartially. Garden^ and Flower Seeds which seem to be in them over. style just now. Call and look Langdon & Hudson. -If you find yourself in need of New Carpets, Curtains, Portiers, and Draperies, Rugs, Mats, ~ 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 FLOLTR and other mill products for less money than you can buy elsewhere, or no money. Every sack warranted an^elivered, » J, J, WILSON. DRESS MAKING?. MRS, F. LULL IS'now prepared to do all kinds of dross niak Ing at her home on State f3t*oat, Has opened a blacksmith shop at the old Peterson stand on west State street, west of the Bew livery barn, and Is prepared to do General Blacksmitbmg of all kinds, in the best manner and at reasonable prices, f^-Plow wojk a specialty. Millinery. 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 ref erence to the wants of this community, and we have no hesitancy in say- that we can satisfy the most fastidious as to price qr quality. The IN TBIMMINft constitutes an especial feature of our business. We are prepared to fill all orders promptly. We want your patronage, Come and look; at our goods. The Muscatine Journal, referring to the financial difficulties of Samuel L. Clemens (Mark Twain), mentions the fact that he spent a portion of his younger days a compositor in the Journal office. He also ran on the river as a "cub" pilot, and it is hard to convince many an old riverman that he is of any account yet. Mr. Clemens' embarrassment is only partial, as he is worth about $400,000 besides his interest in the publishing firm that has recently assigned. This money wasn't made from the profits derived from the sale of funny books, as one might easily be led to suppose, but by marrying a rich woman, S, N, Fellows issues a call to the prohibitionists to rally about the new proposed amendment and carry it. The boats built by Kelly at Pes Moines are eighteen feet long, six feet wide, and one foot deep, The sides are of two inch plank, the bottom of One inch boards. Two 2x4s run lengthwise on the inside of the bottom. Over these are nailed five 1x4 strips across the bottom, secured to the sides. A false bottom of 30 inches is then pun lengthwise the boat. The cracks are thoroughly caulked and tarred, The boats are strong and thoroughly sear worthy. With thirteen men in they draw but six inches of water. A practical test of hypnotism came off at Madison Square Garden in New York last week. A black, Percherou stallion, owned Jn Bedford, Taylpr county, fenqwn. as "The Jpwa efiflij i<? NO BEAUT IS IOWA. Small Varieties of Gcoso nro are Called liraiit by the Hunters. In the monthly Iowa crop and weather report is the followingitem: "Hon. John G. Smith of Algona, Iowa, writes under date of April 19, as follows: 'I notice on page seven of your March Review you slate that brant were soon throughout the state early in March. I think that must have been a mistake, as brant are seldom found 100 miles from the sea shore. The reporters might have seen White Pointed, Snow, or Hutchins geese. I have never known of any brant in Iowa but once in 28 years, and I am familiar with that class of birds.' " Carpet Sweepers, Curtain Poles, etc., REMEMBER- The Grange Store' Offers you the largest assortment, the best goods, and the lowest prices. FONG LOY will open a laundry in Algona on May 25, and will then' be prepared to do first-class work at reasonable pi-ices.—7tl3 A QUARTER CENTURY TEST. For a quarter of a century Dr. King's New Discovery has been tested, and the millions who have received benefit from its use testify to its wonderful curative powers in all diseases of throat, chest and lungs. A remedy that has stood the test so long and that has given BO universal satisfaction is no experiment. Each bottle is positively guaranteed to give relief or the money will be refunded. It is admitted to bo the most reliable for coughs and colds. Trial bottles free at Dr, Sheete' drug store. Large size SOo and one dollar, o IT MAY DO AS MUCH FOR YOU. Fred Miller of Irving, 111,, writes that he had a severe kidney trouble for many years with severe pains in his back, and also that his bladder was affected, He tried many so-called kidney cures, but without any good result. About a year ago no began the use of Electric Bitters and found relief at once. Electric Bitters is especially adapted to the cure of all kidney and liver troubles, and often gives almost instant relief. One trial will prove our statement, Price only 50cfor large bottle at Dr. Sheetz' drug store, (] Wheels were made to go Round, was wade to make w' Jt's B$9y>is "?,i^K=%!S{ js, §q rQ»n/} easy TfVO NQXBIXQ * W4NTBD-TQ RENT-B^YI^NP-to Sees/ 31 and 3, TowjsWp 35, Bange 38, Oreeco; 75 PW aer«rfjO»ES^f SW is? i.. $$®m> ?m? Center of Attraction Sfudley's Pharmacy Everybody Goes There! Coming! Comin Coming! The Fourth Car LoaeU Flour will arrive this week at the new store, 91*00 No family can afford to keep house without it, her the place: Cowles block, JAMES PATTEBiQET

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