ESTABLISHED 1865, ALGONA, IOWA, WEDNESDAY, MABCH 27, 1895. VOL, TAKE NOTICE of that nice line of Chamber Sets at the = Opera House Grocery, Carpets, Carpets, Moquette, Velvet, Ingrain. Call and get prices. They are lower than ever before at G. L, Galbraith & Co.'s. If you want A White Pearl, Call on . . PATTERSON &SON. DEMEMBER that we aim to carry a complete line of Staple and Fancy Groceries, Flour and Feed, Crockery, Glassware, Lamps, etc. Also that we will not be undersold by any firm in the city. For good and fresh Butter call on Patterson & Son. w New Styles in Footwear for Spring, E have a large and welUeleeted stock of Boots and Shoes from the best factories in the country, For workmanship and quality of material they cannot be excelled. Our stock of ladies' and Gents' Fine Shoes is the newest and best the country produces. The same is also true regarding our lines of Misses' and Children's Shoes. AND BQYg everyday and working shoes, made of the very be§t*wearing material to be produced* Prices always the lowest, and f«*ll value for your money- BEOWNELL & ALLEED, •>,'•:•;;.. i ;*w«??»?**|-, «*«>* KUM eitypty'j i * f.tfQgMgmmj AFTER THE HEY, FINNELL LttVerne is Eiclted Over the Conduct of the Cowboy Evans-elf st who Wants ft Divorce. LbC*l Option in fiimore—About A SUte Rifle Range—Miscellan*ous News of the Notthwsst. Lu Verne is agitated over recent discoveries about Kossuth's cow*boy evati gelist, A. S. Finnell. He opened up at Clarion some five or six years ago, then went to Goodell, and finally landed at Lu Verne, Where he left his wife and a young child and also two children by a former wife, He was as gabby as a March wind, and used to have a lone- ing glance occasionally at Algona, as though a great field for his saving labors might develop here. But il seems that California out-bid Algona, and the history of events since then is thus given by the Clarion Monitor: A short time ago word was received from southern California that the Rev. (?; Rascal had applied in the courts there for a divorce from his wife, on the grounds of adultery, and was about to marry a wealthy widow of the slope. Finnell still masks as a minister of the gospel, but the presiding elder didn't like the appearance of things and quietly began an investigation, the result'ol which will not only block Finnell'a di vorce scheme but undoubtedly land him where he belongs—in the penitentiary —for on learning the situation of affairs the citizens of Lu Verne have taken a hand and propose that justice be done to Mrs. Finnell, who is not only vouched for as a lady of irreproachable character but one who has labored hard for several years to earn an honest living for herself and the children of the rascal who is now traducing her. Elmore Goes " No License." Algona's old local option days are recalled by the following report of the late Elmore election, by an enthusiastic "no license" man who writes to the Blue Earth Post: We, of Elmore, are celebrating tonight. Not the death of the democratic congress, nor the birth of George Washington or Abraham Lincoln. Important as are those events, we feel that this " caps" them alj, in that it effects our present and personal welfare; and so we are celebrating. The anvils (not cannons) are booming, and the proverbial "small boy," assisted by numerous large ones, are shouting, and all because we have downed the whiskeyites to the tune of 54, and Elmore will continue to be what t has always been—a temperance town. Last year our majority was only 13, so JTOU see the temperance sentiment is increasing. A Staie Rifle B,ange. The State Register last Thursday said: Col. Thos. F. Cooke of Algona, reneral inspector of small arms practice for the state of Iowa, was in consultation with Adjutant General Prime yesterday in regard to the matter of securing a state rifle range. Ex-Adi, en. George Greene of Cedar Rapids is also here, having a plat of ground near Cedar Rapids that he thinks will make a good range and that he was trying to get adopted. The plan is to have a centrally located range, properly fitted up and have considerable instruction in rifle shooting in the near future, with some competitive shoots. Trying the New Diphtheria Remedy. Diphtheria has recently developed in .he city hospital at Fort Dodge and )r. Saunders has decided to use anti-toxine on a young boy who s confined there and who cannot be removed. from the contagion. Anti-toxine has been carefully tested ide by side in hospitals with other remedies and it is satisfactorily demonstrated that it is the most valuable remedy now known. It is a serum con- aining the diphtheria poison and is used to either vaccinate those afflicted with the disease or as a preventative. After the Saloon Keepers. Germania and Buffalo Center have about weeded out the beer sellers. Last week Fred, Cook and Fred. Wakefield were caught at Ledyard and taken to 'ihe latter town and fined. The Tribune iays: The justice gave them their liberty on their signing an article agree- ng to leave the county and stay away, ["he 'squire tells us that a second of- ense will cost them $900, so it is probable they will "gee off" when they come this way hereafter, Mrs, Rev, Glass Prosecutes. Oyer at Spencer Mrs, Glass and two ithep ladies have sworn out informs' ion against Herb, Secor charging him with having procured and hung upon the walls of his billiard hall Certain obscene and lascivious pictures con* trary to the laws of the state, and ask" ing that a search warrant be issued and said pictures seized and dealt With according to law, The pictures were ao* cordtngly seized and turned over to Justice Patterson, but the case was not decided when the News went to press, Should ttnve Paid $10 a »«y. Legal proceedings h&ve been ihsti> tuted by two traveling specialists who visit Jefferson, to determine whether or not they will be compelled to submit to a monthly mulct of tea day each. They had practiced one day each month for several months, when the city authorities concluded they should pay a license and the marshal was ordered to collect $5 a day. Gets fort Dodge Support, Messenger: A local board of directors of the Algona Deposit and Loan association has been organized in Fort Dodge, C. Ii. Granger has been elected president; H. M. Griffin, vice president; E. L. Marsh, second vice president; First National Bank, secretary and treasury. Ed. Can Held is the local solicitor. The company has worked up a fairly good business in this city. Iowa Jewelers to Meet. The Iowa retail jewelers association will hold their .second annual convention at the Savery House club room, in Des Moines, April 2. The officers are: President, C. A. Cole, Wlnterset; vice-president, D. A. Curtis, Knoxville; treasurer, E. G. Bowyer, Algona; directors, H. B. Hobbs, S. Joseph and A. C. Hanger, Des Moines. Visited the Right Towns. Miss Retsloff of Emmetsburg spent vacation week at Algona and • Esther- vilie, visiting the public schools of ihese places with a view of improvement to herself and pupils under her charge. He Haa "Impactton of the Omasum." The Corwith Hustler says that the ieacher in J, W. Oxley's district has resigned because he objected to her molding literary societies and other lublio entertainments in the school louse. Aleona's Burglar Not the Man. Sheriff, Lqwis of Spencer came to see f AMI*, t,he, burglar.caught in Walker 3ros'. store^ was one Shfrrell, who had escaped from the Spencer jail. Arnt was not the man he wanted. 'There Will Be a State Fair. Des Moines has subscribed for the 20,000 tickets to the state fair, and the directors have given their notes for ilO.OOO, and the fair is a "go." Des koines will boom it this year. Henry Pike Heard From. The old-time editor of the Emmetsburg Pilot has been appointed U. S. revenue collector for his district. Mr. Pike is editor of the Tyndall (S. D.) Register. They Should Be Put In Boiling Oil. Armstrong Journal: Algona has sev- >ral persons who are maliciously set- ing property on fire that should be hung by the neck until dead. Heflln Still In the Tolls. Dr. Heflin put up $500 and was re- eased at Eldora. He is held in Fort Dodge for violating the liquor law. RUGS, rugs, and raith's. draperies at Gal- CURE FOB HEADACHE. As a remedy for all forms of headache ileotrlo Bitters has proved to be the very rest. It effects a permanent cure, and the most dreaded'habitual sick headaches yield o its influence. We urge all who are af- icted to procure a bottle and give this rem- dy a trial. In cases of habitual constipa- icm Electric Bitters cures by giving the eeded tone to the bowels, and few cases ong resist the use of this medicine. Try it nee. Large bottles only 60 cents at L. A. Sheetz' drug store, 2 THE DISCOVERY SAVED HIS LIFE, Mr. G. Cailleuette, druggist, Beavers- ville, 111., says: "To Dr. King's New Discovery I owe my life. Was taken with La Grippe and tried all the physicians for miles about, but of no avail and was given p and told I could not live. Having Dr. ling's New Discover^ in my store I sent or a bottle and began its use and from the rst dose degan to get better, and after us- ng three bottles was up and about again. t is worth its weight in gold. We won't teep store or house without it," Get a free rial at Dr, L. A. Sheetz 1 drug store. 3 ARNICA SALVE, The best salve iu the world for bruises, uts, sores, ulcers, salt rheum, fever sores, «tter. chapped hands, chilblains, corns and 11 skin eruptions, and positively cures piles r no pay required. It is guaranteed to give erfept satisfaction or money refunded, »ric« 35o a box. ' Sold by L. A, Sheet?. like Cut. CIS. Will open Millinery Kept, Are you fond of « Y i —< • i f*\ Nice Dishes? If you are, we have something that will please you. A nice line of— Call and look them over. Langdon & Hudson. 9 . ^*J Also new patterns of Glassware. The Best Hog Fenc% Yet produced. Farmers who are contemplating making a hog pasture cannot afford to use any other fence. CABLED FIELD & HOG FENCE, 24to58in.HIGH. MANUFACTURED BY IDE IC-A-IiB FSOSrCE CO., DIE K^IjB, IZ.I,. An investigation of the fence will convince you of its merits. Our Cabled Poultry Fence is the strongest and best on the market. Our Barbed Wire is guaranteed to run 110 rods to the hundred pounds, and its breaking strength is as great as any wire on the market. C. M. DOXSEE, Hardware. Winkie's old stand. YOUR PATRONAGE RESPECTFULLY SOLICITED. W.J. Druggist. Cowles Block/ Advantages gained by trading here. I mention a few of them, A Large Stock, Choice Assortment Reliable Goods, Reasonable Prices,, Prompt Delivery of Goods, /vi &i =Call and be convinced, n •d ¥. f, HAQQARP. o, F. Haggard & Peek, [Successors to Jones & Abstracts, Doxsee & Shaw, Abstracts of Title, ;• 'm 1( )?' - ii . ** 1-J .
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