The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa on July 18, 1894 · Page 1
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ESTABLISHED 1865, ALGOHA, IOWA, WEDNESDAY, JULY 18, V0L, WE'RE LOADED with groceries, and are better able than ever to supply your wants in that line at the Opera House Grocery. Summer Goods ... Reduced in Price at GALBRAITH'S. Ohallies, per yard, - Summer Silk, per yard, Swivel Silk, per yard, ' Serpentine Crape, per yard, 04o 50c - 20c Ladies,'misses,'and children's undervests, 50 each; Ladies' and misses' capes and jackets at half price; Ladies' button ,«?hoes, patent leather tips, $1.50. We will give some good bargains in lace curtains, carpets, etc. . L GALBMITH & CO. Grand. Opportunities For Purchasing Boots and Shoes. t. Now is the time for you to buy Oxfords and Walking Shoes, cool and comfortable for the hot weather. Durable and cheap to suit the pocketbook. Best goods and best place to buy Boots and Shoes at the BROWNELL & ALLRED Cash Shoe House. ALGONA, IOWA. I Have Got to Move, and in order to reduce stock will sell at AWAY DOWN prices, Please come early and avoid the rush, and also get first choice, Remember— THIS IS NO HOAX= and ieciudes eeerythwg from a baby chair to a bedroom or parlor suit, When looking Fpr a qook stove or range remember I handle the.... . Garland, and Wood Pumps, .; Pitass call aw4 gst prises an4 laok my stack NEWS 01 THE NORTHWEST, The Spirit Lake Monument—Where It Will Stand and Jtow It Will Look When Done. lewa's New Jpolitteal J>a«y—"tank kee 1 Has Tronble—General Round-up for the Week, Concerning the Spirit Lake monument, the contract for which has been let, the following description is given: The monument will take the form of an Imposing shaft and its height is to be 55 feet. The hase will be 14x14 feet. Above this will be two massive sections, then the die upon which will appear the inscriptions, on one side the names of those killed in the massacre, on another the names of the relief party, on another a brief historical statement and on the other words denoting that the monument was erected by order of the Twenty-fifth general assembly. The shaft at its base will measure 5x5 feet. Each alternate section of about two feet will be polished, the Intervening one to be left natural. The top will take the form of an Indian arrow head. From base to point th'e monument will be of eastern granite. The contract figure is $4,600, including an iron fence about the monument. The monument is to be located a short distance south of the Gardner cabin where a lot 100x180 feet has been donated by the Okobojl South Beach company, of which Col. Gatch of Des _ Moines is president. The Spirit Lake "Beacon pronounces the location faultless, and the gift is certainly a most generous one. As the appropriation was limited to $5,000 the donation of the site enabled the committee to put that much money into the monument. Considerable work on the monument will be done this season, but it will not be completed until next spring. lown's New Political Party. Boone Republican: The industrials, a new party of Polk county, held a convention at Des Moines last week. The commissary collector for Kelly's army while at Des Moines, Mr. A. P. Lowry, was made chairman, in recognition doubtless of the services rendered to the former industrials. An effort was made to adjourn the convention to the time of the meeting of the populists, but the motion was lost. A full county ticket was afterwards nominated, being composed mostly of democrats, the whole movement being probably intended for a democratic aid society. The resolutions were mainly in favor of the present strikers and in denunciation of railroads. The party is a sort of a political excresence and will need no farther attention except that of an undertaker after election. "Tante Kee" 1« Trouble. George W. Bailey, or "Tank Kee," as he is more familiarly known, who about a year ago placed his , famous Chinese collection in the Masonic library Cedar Rapids, was brought from Council Bluffs Friday by Deputy United States Marshal Healy, and upon waiving examination was held to the federal grand jury in the sum of $500. He is charged with violation of the United States mail laws in having written a postal card to the secretary of the Masonic grand lodge that is calculated to expose him to public disgrace and contempt. He charged Parvin on the card with having threatened to kill him, and asked if he could come to the Masonic library to inspect his collection. On the card he also charged T. T. Parvin with trying to cheat him out of a collection of books and jewels. Des Moines' Gamblers. The Capital says: The police have been making it a little sultry for the gambling houses of the city during the past few days. Four gambling rooms were raided Wednesday and $240 collected from the proprietors and inmates. There are not less than a dozen of these places in full operation in the city, six of which are on West Walnut between Third and Sixth, two on Court avenue, one of which adjoins the Register local rooms. The others are scattered, one of them being in a hotel and another on West Fourth between Court avenue and Walnut, The lights bum all night in full view of all who pass and the doors are wide open for the admissison of any one who may desire to enter. In fact, gambling has not been so openly notorious in the city for ten years, Juage Carr on Citizenship. The Beacon says of Judge Carr's address at Spirit Lake on July 4; Along these lines h,e gave expression to sentiments healthful and helpful. His ideals in manhood and citizenship are worthy of the most thoughtful consideration at this tine. Judge Carr has given to these important questions patient investigation and the deliberate reflection of a strong, practical, unbiassed and patriotic mind, The Beacon thoroughly approves of his expressions along these lines and was more than pleased to observe that hie courageous and timely opinions were so fylly approved on the part of ovjr people, INO speech ever delivered PB a like occasion in this, county haa re* peived more positive endorsement a| the hands of farmers, business men and oitlgene generally, , A rewarkftble reUgta«9 revival is c olu,njb,u£ power, and large numbers are being drawn Into the church. But hot alone as a spiritual healer la this lady supposed to have phenomenal powers. She is also a healer of physical ail* tnents; and many things are told of her powers in this direction, Her meetings, which are held in an im* mense tent, are crowded, while people are coming from miles away to be cured of their maladies. As usual, there is a great diversity of opinion as to the reality of the cures; but that is a question which may be safely left to those who test the lady's skill, or whatever quality her healing capacity consists In. Newspaper Change. Dubuque special, Hi The Dubuque Daily Times and its evening edition, the Journal, changed hands today. The purchaser is Geo. C. Perry, chairman of the district and county republican committees. The price paid was $21,000. The Times will be consolidated with the Globe, an evening paper. The latter will issue as the evening Globe-Journal and the Times issued in the morning. Judge Utt, who bought the Times five years ago, has made it a prosperous and influential paper. The transfer takes effect August 1. •_ Renounced Democracy, Eugene Bryan, one of the leading attorneys of Wright county, has renounced the democratic party, in which he has heretofore been active, and he has been elected a delegate to the republican judicial convention for that district. Mr. Bryan's father was P. Gad Bryan, for many years one of the most influential democrats in Des Moines. Two Terms Enough. In 1800 the Story county convention voted that no county officer should hold a county office for more than two consecutive terms and this year the convention re-adopted the same resolution. That will probably settle for considerable time to come the five consecutive term business that Story was saddled with for 20 years previous. Made a Slight Error. Des Moines Register: The Register's telephone bell rang yesterday and the fatal woi'ds "Do you want any beer there?" staggered the listener. The fellow at the, other end rang off in a tantrum, after saying he thought he had drug store. STATEMENT OF KOSSUTH COUNTY STATE BANK at close of business, Juno 30, 1804, made to auditor of state. ASSETS. Loans and discounts. Good $90,34032 Doubtful 04.000 Past due 5,23000 Gold and silver coin.. 0,144 SO Legal tender and Nat. banknotes. 3,00000 Cashltems 8,30710 ————— * Due from banks and bankers— $ 00,080 32 11,411 40 Ctt. Nat., Des Moines, Metro. Nat., Chicago. First Nat.. Mlnueap. Union Nat., Chicago. Nat, Ex. Milwaukee. First Nat.. Dubuque.. Hurt bank 8,107 30 11,113 00 31284 11,438 01 14,000 34 8,551 00 8143 10,010 71 01,470 71 08403 10,040 11 8,740 88 Corbin Bkg. Co., N. Y Overdrafts Real estate Personal property,... Total assets. $183,045 00 LIABILITIES. Capital stock 50,000 00 Deposits 110,889 05 Undivided profits 14,050 94 Total liabilities $183,945 00 Liabilities of directors 3,500 00 WM. H. INGHAM, President, LEWIS H. SMITH, Cashier, J, W. WADBWOBTH, Directors. Sworn to and subscribed before ine by the above named Win. H, Inghain, Lewis H, Smith, and J. W. Wadsworth this 5th day of July, 180i. H. E, BIST, [L. &.] Notary Public, Water or No Pay. We have a new well-digging outfit, the best that is made, and one well adapted to this section, pur long experience in making wells warrants us in guaranteeing satisfaction in all cases. FRASER BROS. STRAYED, From my farm two miles northwest of Bancroft, one bay mare pony, with baiter on, and had bunch on each, front knee; also one bay mare colt two years old, Finder please take up and send word to either the U. D. M. office, Algona, or to the Bancroft; Register. NOTICE TO CONTRACTORS, Notice Is hereby given that sealed bids will be received by the undersigned at Algona till 2 o'ojpckj Saturday, Aug. 4,1894, for the erection of a school house in sub-district No, 3. in Oresco township. The board reserves the right to reject any Wd, plans and specifications pan be seen at the auditor's office. FRANK L. Mlk&JSR, Sub-director. 10t4 (P.O. Box 10.) NOTICE TO OCCUPYING CLAIMANT, STATE OF JOWA. JSOSSUTH COUNTY, SS. —Fred A. Schulfe, Wm. Paetz, and to all whom it may concern: The commissioner appointed to view a highway petitioned for by Win. Sohultz, p. Rain, and others has reported In favor of its location as follows: Beginning &t a point 0 chains west of the southeast corner of Section I4- 86, 88, and running thence east on section. Hue to within, three rods of the said southeast corner ot Section. 14-^88, 88; thence south 3.1 degrees, 30 minutes, eaut to Intersect the old road, and, to vacate the following; Beginning 6 chains west of the northwest corner ot Section 34o-80, 98, and running thence south 00 degrees! east 4 50-100 chains, ttxence south 80 degrees, east to the point of intersection of the ighway above petitioned Jorj and >U pWeo- ,ons thereto or>lajms, tor damages mu,stbe itnnla nfflnt* rm rm Vinfnva Did You : Know That "White Swan Flour" +^-\{ you find yourself in need of New Carpets, Curtains, P or tiers, ^—I__>_»»_B-______»___^__>_>.^^___^^__^^^___. ' 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. DEAD SHOT Fly Paper is the best on earth. It kills flies by the bushel. Sold only by W, J. Studley, Druggist, Algona, Iowa. Be sure and ask for DEAD SHOT. NEW STORE. Do you want to be happy? Do you want to sleep well? Do you want to live to a good; old age? Then Buy Your Groceries at the New Store. Jamas Patterson, FARM LOANS Haying sej;ttre4 *b§ agency ef the , • •• England Loan |nd, Ttet vsi took Highest Award at the World's Fair? /^ Look for Official Ribbon in each sack. Sold only • ' '• • • > " ' '' Langdon & Hudson.

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