The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa on November 14, 1894 · Page 1
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ESTABLISHED 1865. IOWA, WEDNESDAY, MOTEMBEH 14, 1894 Fine China, **.tp* "TT7HEN you want anything in ' the above-mentioned line call at the Opera House Grocery. We carry a nice stock, and if we shouldn't happen to have exactly what you want we will send and get it, for that's what we're here for. Latest things . . IN . . Cloaks and Capes . . AT . . Galbraith's. Having bought 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 TBADE IS Coming Our Way. Our jjrtees will bring it, and all are surprised at the low prices that BROWNELL, ^ Shoe Man. is making. Our goods ar« the best Our Stock is the Our Prises the Bfownoll & Allred Cash Shoe House, Alpoa, NEWS OF THE NORTH WEST, A Highwayman Tefrovizes Two School Boys Kefti* Thor, Taking 1 What Little They Hod. A Thief Relieves Mr, Bonstetter of ft Good Morse—The Round-up of Miscellaneous Matters. Down near Thor a week ago Monday two boys, one about ten years of age and the other sixteen, were walking along by the side of the road on their way home from school, when they were confronted by a big, burly ruffian who drew a brace of huge revolvers and demanded in tragic tones: "Your money or your life!" The only weapons of de- fon^e which the boys possessed were a few school books and a slate pencil, so taking into consideration the look of mightiness which was worn by the valorous pillager before them, they delivered up what valuables they had with them. The highwayman then took his departure. The Humboldt Republican says: The affair was soon reported at headquarters and search was at once instituted for this man so bold and fearless. The result of these '.-efforts was that Constable Peter Wiriterton came over with the man of daring, Eric Budall by name, and lodged him in the county jail to await tho action of the grand jury. A Mighty Menu Thlof. Emmetsburg has a thief who is entitled to a seat at the right hand of his satanic majesty. The Reporter says of him: One of the most despicable acts that has happened in Emmotsburg for some time took place sometime during the latter part of the past week. Someone entered tho M. E. church and stole the birthday box belonging to the Sunday school, and the Epworth League mite box. No one knows positively how much money each one contained, but it is thought the birthday box contained somewhere in the neighborhood of $9. Tho Congregational church was also entered and the mite box belonging to the Endeavor society was taken. Here the thief did not get a great deal, as the box was opened not long since and the contents taken out. Seeing that tho thief has the money lie might now return the boxes and have some more collections taken un for him. _. Disastrous Sport. A strange and unusual accident happened near Prairiesburg a few days ago. Milton Koethly of Prairie City was visiting his friend, Arthur Smith, and while jaunting around over tho country they caught an old pony that was running at large and thought to have some sport. Smith tied a number of tin cans to the horse's tail and gave him a cut with a whip, expecting to see the animal go galloping away. Keethly was standing in the road waiting for the fun which was not long deferred. Instead of rushing away at a breakneck speed, the horse turned about and rushed at Keethly, knocking him down and nearly killing him. Ho has since laid in a helpless condition. The horse struck him at the base of the brain and blood flows from his ears and nose. Iowa's Game Law. So many people make inquiry as to Iowa's present game law that we herewith reproduce it. Paste it in your hat or some other convenient place, and controversy over the question can be quickly settled. Condensed into small compass it is as follows: Prairie chickens, September 1 to December 1; woodcocks, July 10 to January 1; ruffled grouse or pheasants, quails and wild turkeys, October 1 to January 1; wild ducks, geese and brants, August 15 to May 1; beavers, minks, otters and musk-rats, November 1 to April 1. Not more than twenty-five each of grouse, woodcocks and quails to be killed in any one day by any one person. Not to exceed one dozen game birds per day may be shipped to any one person within the state. Exportation of game birds is prohibited, M. Boustetter'B Horse Stolen. M. Bonstetter of Garfield township came to West Bend Hallowe'en Wednesday and tied his horse on the street. About 8 o'clock he wanted to go home, but his horse could not be found. The Journal says: At first it was thought that some of the boys who were cutting Hallowe'en pranks had taken it and tied it in some out-of-the- way place for a joke, but a diligent search that night and the next day failed to produce any clue to the mystery, and Mr. Bonstetter concluded the horse had been stolen. He had 100 postal cards struck off, describing the horse, and sent them broadcast over the country, but up to date nothing has been heard of the thief or the property, Fun Abend for Fishers. Commissioner Delayan a week ago shipped from the hatchery at Spirit ke over 7,000 young black bass, perch, and croppies to Iowa Falls for the Iowa river, On the same day Mr. Delavan and his assistants succeeded taking more than two buehela of young bass and croppies f row the small pockets or bayous adjacent to tbe Jakes, These young Sab were ftt once placed in Okoboji and Spirit lakes. JOSfl WGETOUIE DEAD, twenty odd years ago and has beeft one of the thrifty farmers who have made successes. He Was usually hale and hearty, but lately has been troubled with dei'atigeinent of the llVer and kid* neys. He leaves two children id the county, Mrs, Jas. tTaylof and Roy, Robert is in Wisconsin, The funeral will be held at the home as above an* nouhced, The death will bo mourned by a wide circle of old friends. to BeW Tomorrow in old settler el plum last ntohf. of Qn>A %T* "W ^ SHOT rptJB PEES. •T. \V. Tonnnnt Is Ho trio Prom a Door Hunting Trip in tho Woods—How Ho Got His Gnme Home. J. W. Tennant is back from two weeks in camp at Lake Itaska, where he bagged four deer all by himself. He says he had a royal time and as ho looks as fleshy as ever, and has four deer to show, there is no room to doubt it. Tho Minnesota law don't allow the express or railway companies to carry game out of tho state. Mr. Tonnant expressed his to El more, got off there and hired a carriage, and loading his deer in, drove to Ledyard, where ho got on the cars again. His boarders are getting some fino venison these days. Ho snys ho saw a moose, but no bears. While out h« walked across the Mississippi on a log, it is so narrow up at its source in tho lake. PERSONAL MOVEMENTS. Mr. and Mrs. S. C. Spear expect to spend tho winter in California. Alex. Whi.te is enjoying a visit from his father and mother, who live in Texas. A. D. Clarke and Miss Edith went to Des Moines, Chicago, and other points lust week. Mrs. A. D. Clarke, Miss Edith, and Fred, expect to start for California early in December. Mr. and Mrs. J. J. Wilson will probably go to California before spring. He has property to look after on tho coast. Mrs. H. S. Langdon is homo from her visit tit Elgin aud other Illinois points. She has been very sick and at one time dangerously so, but is now much better. Frank Benjamin came from St. Paul last Thursday for a week's visit. Frank is switching in tho Union depot yards nowi None of the Algona boys are on the street car line now. Mrs. D. W. Burlingame was an Algona visitor last week, coming from Emmetsburg. Mrs. Burllngame .was a one-time resident and was married here. Sho say's that she and her daughter will spend the winter in California on account of ill health of the latter. A Lucky IMnd. The Wesley Reporter says that $30 that was supposed to be blown away in the cyclone from Alex. Tweed's house was found by Mrs. Tweed in the drawer of a sewing machine that had been knocked to,pieces. Money. Plenty of money now for all applicants at the Kossuth County State bank, for real estate loans at lowest rates. Money paid at once on completion ~of the papers. R. J. & W. G. JOHNSTON of Humboldt, Iowa, extent a cordial invitation to the farmers of Kossuth county and vicinity to attend their public sale of Poland China hogs, to bo held under cover at the fair grounds, Humboldt, Iowa, Monday, Nov. 19, and Tuesday, Nov. 20, 1894. Free dinner will be furnished all those attending the sale. For further particulars and catalogue address R. J, & W. G. Johnston, Humboldt, Iowa.-3312 ONE billiard and one pool table, in good repair, for sale by F, W. Waterhouse.-33 ^^^ Eight Miles. I mean there are eight miles of warp in a blanket I have for sale, and that is why it wears longer than any other blanket on the market, Farmers and everyone call and see them. I have some beautiful buggy and house mats; ladies call and examine them, at my new location opposite postofflce, 83t2 D. B. AVKY. « LADIES who have two or three hours' leisure each day can make money by assisting me in my business. Address Mrs. Susie L. Raymond, Algona, Iowa, Box67.-83ra3 OCULIST, All diseases of the eye treated. Glasses adjusted (or errors of refraction and accommodation. Fvery fourth Tuesday at drug store of Frank W. Dlngley, Algona. No charge for examination. MEATS THAT ARE FRESH ANP CLEAN. 0 IDOSDGKE), At the former stand of Tiios. Bennett, frill be pleased to see you at his market, and promises to use you right. We have just received a new line of (ME A New Harness Shop. S, p, CHBISTENSEN gag opened a harness shop In tbe front room of his livery two, and keeps on fegnd Harness, Blankets, Robes, Peaches, i trdl 0^ : ±,fi, Blueberries/f 5 Blackberries, Raspberries, Corn, Tomatoes. Also a new line of Crockery and Glassware, GKLoyes and Mittens. B@- We handle the White Swan Flour. Langdon & Hudson. Dry Goods, Carpets, Crockety, Groceries. The Grange Store. Do You Want a a Pocket Book f Call and look at the extensive .new line just received at Studley's Dru g Store - STOVES. If in need of a stove don't buy until you 'have seen without doubt the best steel range in the market i >3i takes less fuel than any other steel range made. In ," heating sjoves ,m ThetJak Garland for 1894 takes the lead; closes tighter and keeps ,flre laager *than any other stove, I ajpo hav§ about Twent 1 .,' » 1s «*'Ai

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