The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa on October 10, 1894 · Page 1
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ESTABLISHED 1865* ALGONA, IOWA, WEDNESDAY, OCTOBEB 10, 1894 VOL. • • • • o A carload to arrive at the Opera House Grocery this week. See us before purchasing your winter supply. M. Z. Grove & Son. Summer Goods 1 .... Reduced in Price at Ohallies, per yard, - 04c Summer Silk, per yard, - - - 286 Swivel Silk, per yard, - - 50c Serpentine Grape, per yard, - - 20c Ladies,' misses,' and children's undervests, 50 each; Ladies' and misses' capes and jackets at half price; Ladies' button shoes, patent leather tips, $1.50. We will give some good bargains in lace curtains, carpets, etc. [ fHTmmiiin o nn , L, liALDMllfl & UU, SEE BROWNELL =THE SHOE MAN For Boots and Shoes, Ladies' Shoes, Rubbers and Rubber Boots, ; . Misses' Shoes, Rnbbers and Rubber Boots, ; Children's Shoes, Rubbers and Rubber Boots, i Mens' Boots and Shoes, Rubbers and Rubber Boots, ; Boys' Boots and Shoes, Rubbers and Rubber Boots, ; Youths' Boots and Shoes, Rubbers and Rubber Boots, The greatest variety and quality the BEST, prices always the lowest at the Bromell Hllrel We carry a fine assortment of I GL.OVES AND MITTENS, f ALGONA, IOWA. It's a New Deal. That's what the Boot and Shoe business is at the old stand of F. S. Stough, I have a full and /Complete Assortment of boots, shoes, rubbers, etc,, and I want to sell them, I am here to stay and do business, so come and see what I can do for you, , All Summer (roods at B, H, ANDERSON, FARM LOANS. Having secured the agency of the i New England Loan 'and Trust Company, i am now prepared to make farm Joans on five to ten years' time at the lowest possible rate, with privilege, of partial m§nts before due, Qn%e over GhrisshiUes 1 store, B. S SESSIONS, ROEDEli WANTS FREEDOM AM He Came Very Neat Getting A Tftek Discovered and tte la Returned to Jail, Bob Ktieftbs is Out of jail, and Will Stay itt Europe this Winter—A Fast Pacing Record. Three weeks ago TttE! UPPER DBS MOINES reported the shooting ol Claude Waller, the young lawyer from Charles City who was killed in Chicago by another young lawyer, Leo Boeder, and whose death had a local interest on account of his relations with people in Algona. A sensational attempt has since been made to got Roeder out of prison. Ho was sent without hail, but by some moans was released on a $10,000 bond, and wiis about to escape when ho was arrested, according to the Charles City Intelli- gencer. The Chicago Times in reporting the release on bail said: "Leo. V. Boeder, who shot and killed Claude L. Waller in a dispute about tho payment .of $8.75 at 125 Clark street a few weeks ago, was yesterday released from the Cook county jail under $10,000 bonds. Since the shooting Wtillor has died, and Roeder has been indicted for murder by tho grand jury and held for trial without bail. After this, with tho additional fact that tho killing was apparently a deliberate murder, the jail officials were thunderstruck yesterday to have Roodor released by order of tho court. The writ was received at 8 o'clock. Jail Clerk Bon Price, though greatly surprised, proceeded immediately to carry out the instructions of tho court and give tho prisoner his liberty. Roeder's father came for his son. Tho young man was brought out as quickly as possible. The court writ which sot Roodor free, simply reads that Leo V. Koeder, hold under indictment 1,700 for murder, shall bo released, bail having boon given. Tho paper is signed by tho clerk of the criminal court, John C. Shubert. It boars on its face no other authority or signature whatsoever. There is no mention of the cause for tho sudden change in thus admitting to bail a person before held as non-bailable. Nor is the name of the judge on whose authority the release is made given in the document." Mr. Waller's father was in Chicago and telegraphed to Charles City that Boeder was again captured. Tho In- telligencer says: "He did not make a run quite quick enough, evidently not expecting such prompt action on the part of tho authori- bies. It is not likely another effort will bo made at escape, for the bail dodge cannot bo made to work a second time. He will now have to stand trial, and if justice is 3one, it will end in his conviction and punishment. Hanging; should be the penalty, out it may be imprisonment for a long term or for life. The next move should be to find by what authority—or by whose responsibility, as there seems to be no legal authority—he was set free last Monday. That tho officials who did it wore guilty of a wrong is evident from the subsequent re- arrest of the murderer," , Bob Knoebs Is Out. The Sioux City horseman who was arrested in Germany charged with running a, horse under a bogus name, has been released. The Journal says that tiis Sioux; City friends have received word from him that soon after his re- Sease from prison in Berlin the authorities delivered to him all his horses, which had been seized at the time of his arrest. Contrary to expectations', lie will not return to this country. He insists that it is too late in the season to come here and that ho will he able bo race all winter in Europe, in consequence of which he has concluded to train his horses for a time in Berlin and again engage in racing there. He has already arranged a match race for one of his horses and is entering the others. Bob writes that his release from jail and the delivery to him of'his tiorses practically ends the suits commenced against him on the charge of "ringing" his mare Bethel in races under a fictitious name. The German authorities are now satisfied that he did not haye Bethel with htm. 'Wright Count}' Counterfeiters, ; J. G. Leonard of Belmond and Frank Lord of Clarion have been caught engaged in a clever scheme for raising money, They would take a silver 25 cent piece and erasing the "Quar" before the word Quarter, transform the last "R" in to an "N," and remove "lav" from the word Dollar, Thus changed it read "Ten Dol," as on a gold piece of that denomination. The quarter was then gilded by the use of acids, after which, it was ready for circulation. The light weight of the pieces gave them away. The grand jury at Fort Dodge will attend to the case, A Big I»»c}ng Race, Robert J, and Joe Patches are matched for a race Oct. 11, over the new mile tract of the inter-state fair grounds at Sioux City, for a pui'so of P0,000.' Robert J. beat Joe Patohen a t Davenport with ease io two straight heats, after which, Joe Patoheo was drawn and Robert J. paced toe third mile with running mate in 3;02J, the fastest mile to harness ever given on Jowa soU, mm sow . CyeJoue Swflferei- J? fcave hjefi having of j&fc@ h,as. .caused $ Up their heftUfig atbves that have beeti stored away all summer, and if anyone notices a little blue smoke taistUg up through the shingles they may know that the man of the house Is putting up the stove pipe. F. S. Stough of Algofaa has put in a stock of boots and shoes In the bid building formerly occupied by the postofflce. . A, A. Donaldson moved his house' hold goods to Britt Monday, where he will reside while engaged itt the grain business. Rev. Plummer, formerly of Meraerva, arrived Saturday to take charge 1 of the church work'here. He preached last Sunday morning and evening to a large congregation. Everyone thab heard him speaks highly of him as a speaker. Rev. Eastman goes from here to Buffalo Center. He moved his household goods Tuesday. His wife Will, remain here for several days until they get' settled in their new home. Mrs. S. E. Grove has been very ill for the past two weeks, but is some better now. One of the Edens boys that was hurt in the recent storm is-ablo to be around and was in town Monday. Ho says he fools rather sore yet from the effects of the storm. Mr. O'Brien our barber is putting a house up for himself on his lots in College addition. Mr. Mossnenst of Cylinder spent Sunday with his daughter, Mr. R. B. Hopkins. . Our merchants nre doing a big business these duys. Some of them say they never saw bettor, and that collecting is easy. . Mrs. Cook of Waterloo is here visiting her daughter, Mrs. McMullon; R. B. Hopkins moved today into the house he recently purchased in College addition. Bobt. McCutchin of Orlando, Fla., is here visiting his nephew Hugh Mc- Cutohin and family. Mrs. Cornelia Weaver of Findlny, Ohio, is here visiting' the family of her uncle, Fred. Anderson. J. S. Gallagher started Tuesday for a tour through South Dakota. lie expects to be absent several days. Markets: Wheat, 42c; osxts, 23c; barley, 35@4'0c; flax, $1.28; hogs, $1.60 @4.75; hay, loose, $4.50, baled'$6.50. A HOUSEHOLD TREASU1US. D. W. Fuller of Cannjolmrie, N. Y., says that ho always keeps Dr. King's Now Discovery in the house and his family has always found the very best results follow its use; that ho would not bo without it, if procurable. G. A. Dykeman, druggist, Oatskill, N. F., says that Dr. King's Now Discovery is undoubtedly the best cough remody; that ho has used it in his family for eight years, and it has never failed to do all thas is claimed for it. Why not try i remedy so long tried and tested. Trial nottles free at L. A. SVieotz' drug store. Regular size 50c., and $100. , SPECIMEN CASES. S. H. Clifford; of New Castle, Wis., was .roublod with neuralgia and rheumatism, his stomach was disordered, his liver was affected to an alarming degree, appetite fell away, and he was terribly reduced in flesh and . strength. Three bottles, of Electric Bitters cured him. Edward Shepherd, of Harrisburg, 111., had a running sore on his .eg of eight years' standing. Used three bottles of Electric'Bitters and seven boxes of Buckleu's Arnica Salve and his leg is sound and well. John Speaker, Catawba, O,, had five large fever sores on his leg; doctors said he was incurable, One bottle Electric Bitters and one box Bucklon's Ar- nipa Salve cured him entirely. Sold by L. A. Shee.tz. a BUCKLEN'S ARNICA SALVE. The best salve iu the world for bruises, nits, sores, ulcers, salt rheum, fever sores, letter, chapped hands, chilblains, corns and all skin eruptions, and positively cures piles or no pay required. It is guaranteed to give jerfeot satisfaction or money refunded. Price 25e a box. Sold by L, A. Sheetz. Ayer's CHERRY Pectoral For Colds and Coughs RECEIVED MEDAL and DIPLOMA AT THE * World's FAIR. A. Livery and Sale Stable, BY CEO, HUNTER. Having become sole proprietor of the livery and feed burn BQUTO of the Ten, nant house, I am now prepared to fur- nlBU tbe public with we best ol livery rigs at moderate prices. Also Break Colts to Drive, and guarantee satisfaction. Have all necessary appliances lor properly band- BOARD HORSES TV'.--. For t •;'-£# ,' ~'-L'M Fine Groceries SEE- Langdon & Hudson. and give them the beat of care. Giving our personal attentjpft to the Illness fto Dry Goods, Cart>ets, Groceries, The Grange Store. I have sold my store building, and Will Close Out My Entire Stock, ••* Everything at Reduced Prices. ^ Most things^ 1 at first cost., 5Many things below cost-, ,., •'• A rare chance for rare bargains. ' '' Terms strictly cash. Do You Want o a Pocket Book f Call and look at the extensive new line just received at Stud leys Drugstore. ;• V ' >K Fine Crockery At NEW STORE, Just arnved; bought in Chicago on my way horns, fcgm 1 the east. It will pay everybody in Kogsuth wuwfertp'J call, a§ I have the finest stock of groceries that bought, Pnpes to suit th§ hard times,

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