The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa on October 31, 1894 · Page 1
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r '<-' ~' J <~ ESTABLISHED 1865, ALGQNA, IOWA, WEDNESDAY, OCTOBER 31, 1804, VOL. XX1X-NO. 82. The Next Thing '// be a carload of choice Michigan apples to arrive this week at the Opera House Grocery. See these before you buy.^. NEWS OF THE NORTHWEST* A Millionaire Engineer Rttii8 an fiu* gine Over the Illinois Central Because He Likes It. Will Smith oh Webstef City Toughs- Stores Caught at Spirit Lake —Other Notes. Latest things . . IN . . Cloaks and Capes . . AT . . Galbraith's. Having bough A Job Lot of Book-cases and Writing desks very cheap, we are prepared to offer goods in this line cheaper than ever before. We are also prepared to give bargains in Sideboards, Chamber Suites, Parlor Goods, and in fact everything in my line. Call and see the new Buffet. A. D. MCGREGOR. The Cherokee Democrat says that a number of officials of the Illinois Gen* tral made a trip over the road to Sioux City. One of the directors along with the party was John Jacob Astor IV. who 18 a young Englishman of perhaps 30 years, and a mechanical genius of considerable ability. He has always been interested in machinery and Is an expert in several lines. When the train reached Cherokee he announced that he wanted to take the train into Sioux City, and as the party agreed he went to the engine, seated Himself upon the engineer's box and with the air of a man who knew exactly what he was about and was perfectly confident of his ability to do what he had attempted took charge of the engine and ran into Sioux City. The .train was making fast time, which he maintained, and in spite of the fact that he was at a great disadvantage in not knowing the rond understanding the grades, curves, etc., he handled the train as smoothly as an engineer could have done who had run over the road for ten years. Webster City Has Them, Too. The low-bread wretches are not all in Algona, us witness the following from the Webater ;,City Journal: A young lady, while returning to her home in the west part of the city one night last week, was overtaken and insultingly accosted by a scoundrel in human shape. She shook him off and passed on. Tho pimp cut across the court house yard and again headed her off with base insinuations, but she hurried on and gained a house where she took refuge from the villian. It was one of Webster City'a young brutes that did this, and it was too bad that the young lady did not have a pistol and given him the contents. Toll you what we'll do, girls, if you will get up a class we'll teach you how to shoot, and shoot to kill, and when one of those scoundrels stops you'on the street and insults you, kill him on the spot. Assessed the Drug Stores. Two Spirit Lake drug stores seem to come within the purview of the mulct law, and the assessor has put them "on the list," as witness the following: The verdict of the jury in the Brownell case, in which there was clear evidence of the illegal sale of liquor, aroused the indignation of all good citizens who have been patient and long suffering from the noted illegal sales of intoxicating liquors. The fact of the defendant not having a permit to sell on the premises where he has done business nearly two years, coming to the knowledge of the judge in this trial has caused a determined effort to, if possible, put a stop to further illegal selling in this city. The assessor has assessed the drug stores of E. L. Brownell and E. C. Benkin under the mulct law, neither of them holding legal permits. Fort Docile Man Crazy. Albert Larson, an insane man of Badger, held at bay all of Tuesday night the sheriff and his deputies while they were trying to effect his capture. He was breaking everything in the house and threatening to kill the family. When he saw the sheriff ebbing he retreated to the garret with a revolver and plenty of ammunition, and swore he would kill anyone who approached bim,.empbasizing the threat by occasionally firing through the floor. Toward morning he quieted down and seemed to have a rational spell, during which the officer persuaded him to come down and give himself up. He was taken to Independence hospital for treatment. Failed to rile Their Papers, Cedar Jlapids special: When the official ballot was received from the secretary of state by the county auditor for printing, it was found that the names of the democratic candidates for district judges were omitted. Upon inquiry it was discovered that the democratic committee had failed to file cer» tificates of nomination with the secretary of state. This leaves the democrats of this judicial district without candidates. , BUCKWHEAT flour. Langdon & Hudson. , cordance with the law the ballot la also published this Week in two papers in the county, and this will also afford people an opportunity to investigate It to their hearts' content. ABOUT TffS KEW MEM, & Peek, A Us tractors- What Is Said ttf Thenl by Uusiiiess Men of Good Standing. OEFICE or JOSES & SMITH, AtooKA, la., Oct. 80.— For twenty-five years we have been engaged in the real estate and abstract business in this county, and now contemplating a change of location wo have turned our business over to Messrs. Haggard & Peek, gentlemen of long residence in this locality, and whom we have known iuti- mately and well. Mr. Haggord has had years of experience iu real estate matters, and Mr. Peek has boon in our constant employ for the past three years, and has had full cliargo of our large abstract business, as well as other branches of tbe office work, and wo cannot say too much in his praise as an abstractor. We 'have always found him careful and accurate, and consider him thoroughly competent and reliable in this work. Wo very heartily endorse this new firm and bespeak for them a continuance of your patronage. Yours truly, JONKS & SMITH. OFFICE OF A. D. CLAIIKB & Co., ALGONA, wa, Oct. 80.— To whom it may concern: M. P. Haggard has been in our employ for nearly four years, during which time wo nave always found him to bo strictly honest and trustworthy, and we take great pleasure in recommending him to the public. In our opinion any business intrusted to Ins uaro .will have prompt and careful attention. Yours truly, A. D. CI.AKKE & Co. Wo solicit your patronage. HAOOAUD & PEEK. PERSONAL MOVEMENTS. Rufus Walston is over from Havolock for a short visit. Harvey and Mrs. Ingham returned Monday from Chicago, and are getting settled in their now homo. Judge Quarton , was home over Sunday. He went to Estherville Monday to open his term of court there. Mr. and Mrs. H. J. Wilson were over from Emraetsburg last Wednesday to attend the Butler- Wilson wedding. J. W. Tennant is off for the north with a party of seven, who expect to shoot a lot of doer, and maybo a "bar" or two. Mrs. Harriet Urmy of Benton county and Mrs. Esther Young of Chanute, Kansas, are visiting the Turner brothers. The latter is a sister. Chas. Rist is down from Minneapolis and expects to remain during the winter. He has been in the employ of the Deering harvester company. S. A. Thompson arrived home last week. He has been in Wisconsin and Illinois during the last six months engaged in making collections. Mr. and Mrs. Ed. Young are here from Ashland, Wis., for a few weeks' visit. The former is an old-timer in Koss&th, and has boon away about six years. W. F. Carter has been in town for a few days,, just back from Michigan, where he has been buying fruit for his Mason City store. He is now engaged in the work of removing his family to their new home. Tjf We can supply your wants by the barrel or bushel. Have car of bulk which we will sell cheap. Call and see them,- "aOi" • Langdon & Hudson. Dry Goods, Carfiets, /-i •'-••:••• • • (j-wcemes Dexter Turner was in Waterloo last week and took In the Thos. B. Reed meeting. He says he never before saw such a crowd and such enthusiasm. He put the number there at 50,000, but we fear he was estimating only. John S. Adams has been in Algona for a week, visiting relatives and renewing acquaintances. He IB located at Genoa, Nebr., where he has recently bought out the lumber yard in which he has a prospect for doing a good business. The Grange Store. For You! SEE , , Boots and Shoes, Rubbers and Rubber Boots, BROWNELL THE SHOE MAN Styles the Latest, Quality the Best, Prices at the •Bottom. Always glad to see you at THE OFFICIAL BALLOT, It Is a Modest Affair, and There «re 14,000 of Tbem, The official ballots for the coming election have been in process of making at THE UPPER DBS MOINES rooms during the past week. ticket is a very modest affair, 18x17 Inches in size, and contains five state, three county, and several township nominations. About 14,000 ballots are required to satisfy the demands of the new law, and that has entailed over three days' steady press work, Sample ballots are also made at the same time, and these can be had at the Auditor's office on request. It is not a had idea for anyone who is in, doubt as to tbe proper wtbod for marking tickets to get a sample and study up on the oues-r tion. It will be; clear when the master is looked into with that object i» view. Auditor Poxsee has been busy since }Mt Saturday morning getting the ballots gfetribuied among the various vot- ipg prepiaots, a»d as there are to this, the it will bs . New Millinery, Fine Goods, Latest Styles. These are what you find at prices that are moderate, and in endless profusion at Matson & McCall's. Do You Wanto a Pocket Book f Call and look at the extensive new line just received at Drug Store, Avert l^^'^^^^^ik^^iSlsiSt^^J^«tt4^4 Apples! Apples! Apples! .AT THE NEW STORE, Two cars received already, and the third car, NEW YORK APPLES will be here this week, THE ONLY Sarsaparilla ADMITTEP '5 Fair, GET The Best, JAMES FATTBBSQF. FARM LOANS. Having secured the agengy of the New England Loan and Trust Company, ^ ^Jt! QY8f

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