The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa on February 13, 1895 · Page 1
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l^'lii^jB.'^" f'"'^" v: — ; ' •< """' --r4-^•?•'""'V".--i' " •—*~ - • vV,Y"f'""""' ' - -^fjS^' '< :?' /iMIfi^rfti^i^^ai ~ J ' -^-^i ESTABMBBtlB 1865, ALGONA, IOWA, W1BNESBAY, FEBKETABY 13, 1898. i? • - o pera ouse G rbcery. L'" Buy Your Groceries There. Have begun to com in. .' * Big line of White Goods and Ducking Dress Goods; at Galbraith & Co.'s. S* ! If you want A White Pearl, Call on PATTERSON & SON. pEMEMBER that we aim to carry i\ a complete line of Staple and Fancy Groceries, Flour and Feed, Crockery, G-la^sware, Lamps, etc. Also that we will nc),t be undersold by any firm in the city, For good and fresh Butter call on Patterson & Son. does BROWNELL get all the Sho ? Trade? Because they have the^*^^ Largest Stock, Their Goods are Always First Class, Their Prices Always the Lowest, ( for your money, , it * * 8 WE'RE AFTER THAT PLUM Northwest lo^a is Not floo Modest t Ask fof What It Wanjs in the Political Line, N Bancroft's Postofflce Chfthge—Mf. Call'i Ricft Plantation—Miscellaneous Northwest News* Last year there were about an even dozen candidates before the republican state convention from the ambitious stirring, crop and republican majority producing part of the state known as northwest Iowa. In. the scramble O L. Davidson got an office, and Wm McFarland'e place was not contested, This year we are in it again, the Tenth district alone having three guberna* torial aspirants. The wide swarth are cutting moves the Marshalltown Times-Republican to remark aa follows "Degceat nort vest, "as Phil Sohaller used to call it, has apparently lost all modesty. It used to be, in years gone by, that once in a great while a few delegations from that region would band together and timidly ask a state convention if they couldn't have vice president, or carry in wood for the fire, or do something else to keep warm and busy and be in it; but those days have drifted into a memory. Now the northwest comes down like an avalanch with several candidates for every office, fighting a little among themselves but presenting a solid and patriotic front to the rest of the state. We rather like it. This is a big world, but if you want a little slice of it you want to get up and dust. All this is prefatory to the way the northwest is getting tangled up on the ?overnorshtp question. Marshall county has three or four good candidates, but has them bottled .up in a comparatively small compass, where they are easily handled. How the northwest is goinjj to do justice by Hon. J. L. Kamrar of Hamilton, who is big enough and brainy enough to make a splendid governor; by Col. Ormsby a little'farther northwest and whose gallant conduct in his last campaign made friends all over Iowa; and by Secretary McFarland still a little more , westward —how to nominate all these gentlemen for governor and then horn- swoggle half of the other offices is a jroblenj that must puzzle even' the growing and educated ability of the northwest to determine. Bancroft's Postofflce Chan no. Samuel Mayne, late Nasby of Bancroft, and L. H. Mayne of the Emmets- )urg Reporter are brothers. ' The atter says of the former's removal by Grover: The last.republican postmaster in Kossuth county has been removed and a democrat appointed to take his place. We are not informed of the reason why the change was made but >resume that it was offensive partisanship, as that reason is always a safe one to offer where the other fellow is to be gotten rid of. We have nothing to say against the removal of Mr, Mayne and the substitution of a democrat, but we wish to simply call the attention of our democrat brethren to the fact that the removal took place right In the middle of his term of four years, he having )een commissioned by President Harrion during the month of February, 1893. Everything at the present time mints to the return of the republicans o power in 1896, and the example of Mr, Cleveland in removing' Mr. Mayne will furnish a precedent for the incom- ng republican administration to oust democratic postmasters arid, replace them by republicans, When such an event does take place, we shall ask our democratic brethren to hold their >eace and not prate civil service reform. jet every republican postmaster be ousted at once and the sooner it is done .he better it will suit us. Then in '97 f the republicans win they will do ikewise, Mayor C»»'B Bto« IB !» Here is the story of Mayor Call's rice fields as it goes over in LeMars: Mayor Cull of Algona has prepared 800 acres of Kossuth county land for a rice arm, according to an exchange, He sxpeots to sow the rice in the latter part of Marph and to keep it flooded a rood paVt of the time during the early rrowth of the plantf With, rjoe grow* ng in Kossuth county, somebody must tart a pineapple and cocoanut planta- lon here in Plymouth Jf we are to keep >ven with these enterprising neighbors n the Minnesota u ne , The story would seem mope probable if the paper iad added that the Algpna inan owned he rice farm in Louisiana, but we are ed to believe that r}ce and blueipint are to grow side by side in the same lough, Success to the enterprise. Those TaJtne«;e Serwone, Estberville Vindicator; The Algona PBS MOJNJSS a few weeks ago out inquiries to its subscribers Ibejr opinion AS to whether the given in that paper to Talmage'a ermon.9 could be filled with more valuable reading matter, 4 few have re- ponded and they are unanimous in laying if tbey baqi their way about it no wore of them would be printed, ?he truth la the Talmage sermons are becoming ft chestnut. The learned oater le po,88este4 of a very magioaUou ftna cofl^Mently his ftQBt are written in a remarkably ravagant style. His adjectives eearly always IQ tee superlative -tree, so eager is, he to pkte, hip* IB the heavenly telHgto Je are. dented that from a litftfafy Standpoint these sermons are excellent things. His great knowledge of hlstofy and literature enables him to write an attractive discourse and there are toany who read these sermons oh this account alone. ctinhttes In the Fourth ttegiiiiimt, The election of Major Kirk at Mason City has occasioned a rearrangement of battalions in our regiment on rail* road lines. First battalion under Major Bnker of Sioust City are on the Illinois CfetttraU Company G of Fort Dodge, Company M of Cherokee and Companies H and L of Sioux City, Second battalion are on the Northwestern under Major Parker of Hampton, Com" panics I of fioone, B of Perry, D of Hampton, and C of Webster City; Third battalion are Under Major Kirk on the Milwaukee road, Companies E of Hull, L of Emmetsbui'g, A of Mason City and F of Algona. ___ ^ 1'1-osjpectlve Wives Will Do. Armstrong Journal: The editors of Kossuth county will have a banquet at Algona June 10. THE UPPER DBS MOINES says all of them are expected to bring their wives. There are some of them that will have. to commence courtship at once, or It will be very shoit. The Germanta editor will have to secure the consent of his parents or guardian to have a wife before he Is allowed to take one unto himself let alone bring her to Algona. Judgo Qunrton on the Mulct, Judge Quarton made an important decision under the Martin mulct law at Spirit Lake last week. He decided that assessments against buildings and persons for violating the law could only be collected pro rata from the time that the assessment was Hied In the auditor's office. The supervisors claimed that the assessments should run back to cover the full time the saloon had been in existence. '. ' Judge Carr'B Curious Cnso. Down at Cedar Rapids last week Judge Carr got A. F. Transo out of gong to the penitentiary on a writ of habeas corpus. He was convicted of arceny, but the jury forgot to find how much he stole, and the verdict did not show that he had taken enough .to ae guilty of a penitentiary offense. The sentence was therefore without foundation. It is the first case of the dnd in Iowa. A Spirit Lake Curiosity. Everybody has heard of the man who never been on the cars, but few jave ever seen htm. He lives at Spirit Lake (t the Beacon can be relied on, and the Beacon has a reputation to lose. Ells name is Uncle Billy Jenkins, he is, 67 years old, came to the lakes in 1857, ind never was on a railway trafn until went to Estherville a week ago to visit a daughter. We Have Something to Back It. Armstrong Journal: They waste more wind talking about wolves over in Kossuth county than any other place on earth. Kossuth is well stocked with windy people of all kinds. Fined For Selling Diseased Hogs. Over in Clay county Benj. Hitsraan bought and hauled cholera killed hogs and sold them. He was arrested and fined $26. He shipped to Chicago, I Money. Plenty ql money now for all appli- jants at the Kossuth County State >ank, for real estate loans at lowest •ates. Money paid at once on completion of the papers. THE Des Moines Twioe-a-week News ias cut its price in two and is sent tjo tny address for 50 cents a year. The (Tews is a first-class Iowa journal, pub- ished every Monday and Thursday evening, and gives much fresher news and markets than the weeklies, The Daily News is $4 a year or $1 for three months. This paper will receive subscriptions for either edition, or they can be sent at the above rate directly to the Des Moines News Co., Publishers, Des Moines, Iowa. BY special arrangement we are able to offer the Council Bluffs Weekly Nonpareil and THE UPPER DBS MOINES one year for $1.85. The Nonpareil is he oldest daily and weekly Jn Iowa, and is metropolitan in every respect, Sample copies may be seen at this of- Ice, and no paper in the state gives such a large volume of interesting Iowa news as the Nonpareil does. x When you are in need of a good article in either \ ^ Tea or Coffee> call and get a package of our Diamond Brand OF COFFEE AND The Best Made. oon & Co/s ollars, Monarch Shirts, Wilson Bros,' ies, May Bud Tea. They, will do you good and you will come again—that is just what we want, and that is the reason we keep the best ; that money can buy. , ...'•'• .'. - N Langdon & Hudson. 1 We Aim to Buy- The best of everything in our line in the market, hence you will make no mistake in trading at our store if you want the best goods. , ' Axes, Axe Handles, Asbestos Mats, Butcher Knives, Bath Tubs, Brooms, Coffee Mills, Churns, Coal Hods, Coal Oil Cans, Carvers, Christy Bread Knives, Dust Pans, Dinner Pails, Egg Beaters, Emery Sharpeners, Fry Pans, Granite Ware, Griddles, Jewel Stoves, Kettles, Knives and Forks, Kraut Cutters, Lard Presses, Lanterns, Meat Choppers, Meat Pounders, Mrs. Potts' Sad Irons, Meat Roasters, Oil Heaters, Oat Meal Cookers, Potato Mashers, Riverside Ranges, Stove Mitts, Stove Polish, O. Scissors, " Selves, Scotch Bowls, Swedish Razors, Saws, Steel Ranges, Tinware, Tubes, Washing Machines, Wringers, Wash Basins, Waffle Irons, Wash Boards, Wood Spoons, And everything else kept in a first-class Hardware Store. Winkie's old stand.- Hustle to. S Drug Store. Ask for Snowatilla. Only 25c.— Cowles Block.- S«A >« Advantages gained by trading here. I mention a few of than. A Large Stock. Choice Assortment, Reliable Goods, Reasonable Prices, Prompt Delivery of Goods, and be convinced, FARM LOAN Having seeursd theageijc^ $ lh§, L Limn gnd In ".VW'^ii :#>

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