The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa on December 4, 1895 · Page 5
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p n *agliiiBiM|i|iiji^^ In Holiday Goods.at , i >-.. r Studley's Pharmacy. Cowles* Bloekj Algona, Iowa. mm GOTTLIEB'S $10,000. 1 ' * ^ Hiss Elizabeth Stamttiy of Cedar Bap* Ids Attempts to Impersonate the Missing German. • Dreesed in Male Attire She Calls for and . ..Claims a. Registered Letter which Leads to Her Arrest. The ann6uticement some'months ago •that there was $10,000 lying in 'Algona awaiting one Gottlieb Schuerle caused considerable of a sensation. But it was .nothing compared to the sensation later developments are causing. .-Since I receiving the money Mr. ^Chrisohillei has Started" various inquiries' in the hop'e.of'getting some trace 'of the lost' Gottlieb, and some weeks ago met re- n; • sponse in shape of a letter from Cedar Rapids addressed to "Algona State Bank.,, Germany." The letter came to the bank and was turned over to Mr. Chrisohilles. It is written in,a curious combination of bad English 'and bad German and signed "Gottlieb." In it is afrequest' that 4 the r money be sent. There was enough in ttie letter to suggest a possibility that the real Gottlieb had been'found and ,Mr. Chrischilles .wrote to him in German. In reply' another letter came to.'the bank, addressed and signed as before, To this Mr. Chrischilles answered' in a registered letter and instructions' were sent to the postmaster at Cedar Rapids to thoroughly identify the person calling for it. The outcome of this is told in the following dispatch to the Register of Sunday: CEDAR RAPIDS, Nov. 30.—Special: The authorities here are puzzled over a very remarkable case. Night before last a registered letter reached the postoffice for Gottlieb Schuerle. It was accompanied by a note from the postmaster at Algona asking Postmaster Charles of this city to be very sure that the letter was delivered to the right party. Yesterday a notice was sent to the address on the envelope notifying Sohuerle that a registered letter was in the postofflce for him, Last night about 8 o'clock Miss Elizabeth Stammy, a maiden lady about 45 years old, and fixed well financially, called at the postofflce dressed in men's clothes, handed in the notice and asked for the letter. Suspecting something wrong the letter was not given her. An investigation was set on foot, which resulted in the arrest of the woman and a confession from her that she had been to the office in men's clothes. The Algona authorities have been notified of the occurrence and Postmaster Charjes , has placed the matter in the bands of Chief Inspector Stewart of Chicago. Startling developments are looked for. Money. I have unlimited money to loan on long or short time. f B. W, HAGQARD. ' laid over until the next regular meet' ing for adjustment. Carried. The-ordinance committee report an ordinance the use of barbed wire in the construction of fences along the streets of the city' of Algona, and the same is pdt upott its first reading, and after discussion was referred back to the ordinance committee for amendment and alteration. On motion council adjourned, CHAS. A. COHENOUR, Clerk. Money. I have unlimited money to loan on long or short time. B. W. HAGGARD. WE make a specialty of collections. Cloud & Haggard. Good Oil. I have made arrangements whereby I can furnish the best oil made to all customers desiring it. 37t2 JAMES PATTERSON. SHOES! Men's, women's, and children's shoes and overshoes chenp during December at JNO. GOEDERS.' CLOAKS, cloaks, cloaks, cloaks! Capes, capes, capes! by the wholesale at Galbrai th 's. _, ORIOLE prunes. Very fine. Opera House Grocery. JUST arrived this morning at Gal- braith'B, something for the children in the line of cloaks and jackets. A WATCH for $3.50—11 jewels—not a Waterbury. See Bowyer.-80t2 % WAIT for our great ribbon sale, commencing Monday, Dec. 9. 3712 JNO. GOEDERS. JUST arrived, two curs of the finest apples, at James Patterson's. > Money Saved;, 1 without a doubt, by buying your groceries of Anderson &Stebbins, south of the court house. MACKINTOSHES in single a'nd double PERSONAL MOVEMENTS. D. A. Haggard went to Butler county Monday to close up a land deal. Whi. K. Ferguson is enjoying H visit frotn his father- and mother, who are out from Malohe, N. Y, ' Rev. Davidson is reported to have a good'appointment near Chicago. He is expected in Algona toddy. [Fred. Waterhouse, who;has been v|sitlng in Algona some * weeks, returned to his home in Minneapolis Monday. • , , r0 ' iChas. Cohenour in a late visit to Sioux City met'T. C, and Wtti. Leggett, who are successfully running a 'paper at Leeds. , »Geo. C. Call returned from Washington Monday. Mr., Spear will follow later. Mrs. Call and Mrs. Spear have gone east to visit. Miss Dodd returned yesterday from a pleasant visit with relatives in St. Paul. D. S. Ford attended to her business while she was gone. . Dr. McCormick was in Sheldon and Priraghar last week visiting two brothers. One is editor and proprietor of Primghar's nourishing paper., Mr. and Mrs. J. R. Jones got off for Atlanta Saturday. They will go to Florida and make quite a tour before returning. The trip is mainly for Mrs. Jones' health. Miss Jessamine and Wilfrid P. will keep house ';in their absence. ,< , \ , Mrs. A. D. Clarke returned from Fond du LHC last week leaving, her father and brother both on the mend a little. On her return' she found- her daughter, Mrs.''Williams, sick , with tonsilitis. She is now improving, but she and her husband will be delayed some duys in going east. , ; C. M. Doxsee's home entertained,the father, mother, and sister from Rolfe, Thanksgiving, and also J. W. Doxsee. wife, and two children fromMonticello, and Chas. J. Doxsee and family. It was a family reunion arid 10 Doxsees were together. J. W. Doxsee is editor of the Monticello Express and president of the Fifth district association. ' Ambrose A. Cnll returned from his texture, lined and unlfned, all colors ?l oIuni * 10ana tr »Pi Monday, an f ™P°rtB a nnri a i»«* at «.! d i v,™«t.h »o rainy season there. The rice crop is ,r THEIR NEW STORE and sizes, at Galbraith's. make a specialty of collections, Cloud & Haggard. H;A'YE you tried some, of -that pice, sweet,'>piokle,d. qqrned beef that goes so : ggod witli cabbage?, (You can buy it '. cheap at Moe'Bros,,' Thorington street. ; P9RK spare rib's and sauer Urayt ,at Mpe Brps,,,', Thorington street. , ,(",' 1 Holiday Excursions. For the Christmas and New Year holidays excursion tickets will be sold by the Chicago, Milwaukee* St. Paul to stations .within a distance of 200 miles from selling stations, at one fare and one-third for the round trip, selling Deo. 24, 25, and 31, 1895, and Jan. 1, 1896. , A WATCH for $3.50^-11 jewels—not a Waterbury. See Bowyer.-36t2 FOB SALE—A house and two lots on West McGregor street. Inquire of F, H, Vesper.-29tf IF you need an engine of any kind— steam, gasoline, kerosene oil—send for free illustrated ciacular to Chas. P, Willard & Co., 197 Canal St., Chicago. A GOOD Beatty organ for sale or to trade for a bicycle, Inquire at this office.—17tf the*u.siness as hevetofore, s , . <f f ' v C , ., > ,• * LUNETTE' W, BUTLER. "" WILSON. p,o4s, £<. • UNTAWP pannea £P,oas, |*io t|e to.WE, Qp^sffi^ 0 triples afjjiBjj wflwf %It.aa8»g*jtfsMd K-awJ -, -^ A WATCH for $3,50—11 jewels— not a Waterbury. See Bpwyer,-3Gt2 THREE good cutters for sale, Inquire of F. W. Waterhouse.-86t2 WI»y Take Any C'lmnces? In buying flpur you are not laboring under the same difficulty as the little girl who said: "There's only one way to tell raushroonas— eat 'em, and'if you die they are toadstpols." , You can order the Madelia Fancy Patent flour with the certainty that it '.will do you good, that you feel in breathing fresh air or drinking pure 'water, You aye getting the best there^ Js and there wjll be nothing to regret. f For sale by James Patterson, tbe Reading grocer of Algona,-86t8 '5 . For SftJe, v«' ,Tnvee show cases, one frujt case, one butter case, one coffee mil), one truck, {tn(5 other store fixtures, Inquire at i 86 THE QftANGE large but the price for that is low as for everything else, and he hns stored. Archie Hutchison is well and will be back in Algona in January with Mrs. Hutchison. Mr, Call enjoyed tramping about and comes back in improved health. Money. I am loaning money on farm lands at six per cent, interest. Only a small charge will be made for procuring this cheap money. The borrower can have the privilege pf paying off all or any part of his mortgage at the time of paying interest. J. J. RYAN. Office over the postofflce, Algona, Iowa. Cnsli for I'oultry. Wo will pay cash for poultry on and after Dec, 2, at the Northwestern depot creamery, in Algona 37t2 BELTON & REED. FOUR hundred boxes ice wool at 12io a box at Goeders, 3712 MONEY to Joan on long or short time. Apply to GEO, C. CALL. A WATCH for $3.50^11 jewels-rnot ft gee Bpyyyep.-86tg Awarded Fair, 'T^^^^^^^^W^^^*'^^ kinds of fancy baking for parties at the City Bakery.-84 IN addition to a large assortment of popular styles in jadles' jackets wq are showing a big line of misses' and children's garments, Galbraith & Co, - ALL winter goods will be sold pheap fpr 30 days at Goeders. '• ' , CHAS. P. WILLARD & Co,, J97 Canal street, Chicago, njake and handle eyr erything in the way of small steam launches and yachts and boilers, engines, and machinery for same. Cata* logue sent free. Where they will be happy to reeejfl their patrons and friends,; and to v i *i •,'.'>,..,,.,,, them the best and most compietl 1 • . i/.^Xt.Vj stock of vitSi in town. We will continue our old policy o selling goods at a uniform cheap price, an as a special inducement to visit our new greatly enlarged quarters, Clie«}> Excursions to tj>e Soutli. OP Deo, 31, 1895, th,e ^or^hweatiern line wjU sell e.^ourejon tickets -at yery low votes to a large qiarober of points in Kentucky, Tennessee, Louisiana, Mis* sissippj, Arkansas, Indian Territory, Oklahoma, Tex^ an4 A»1»ona, Fpp and full jfljfor,paaMein apply tq Chicago & pfprthweftej-u rail' the largest or costliest llpe, bijt ing you all want and pan afford. Jn nips pbina, lamps, aqd 'glaasyyape at thg Opera Hpuse iQr ppepy, . MBPtftt. j^te, fa a, dig AOMINI8TRATION NQTICI, our Reduce on Cloaks and Goods 20 fier FOE ONE new—no

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