The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa on December 18, 1895 · Page 8
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" "'"-' ' -"^T- •'-."•-".•'•••' •V/;^Y; ^'Xoj^lSOo* r >;-,-;'->>"-, I?" • fe , & %$ 3$«*«l 8*1 KNOW WHAT THAT MEANS ? „«»! Jl^® 15 " ^ ih . ^ ^ ftr * fl stock of Overcoats and heavy-weight suits. WE ABE FOSGffn m« «** s«°is saras- af-gtfss assays? Wednesday MominSf Jf e f refoiicedt ° inaugurate the greatest sacrifice sales of Men'« .„,,„* * •—, r— '• • J "*^"""& Oustom-made, Ready-to-wear Suits and Overcoats RITA* «+7I to*K& ^ * an ,° r 57 'V^ ° r neighboring town who wants a winter suit or overcoa^oes himsVh an Sus«oe if & TOU '* IdeSfo? hn±f m /Tf nd ^ aS t0 ^ 6r iU this great sala This is no ^^mngless clearance sale, no fake adverS dodge ^°*t Mli fide sale of honest merchandise which we are forced to turn into cash at a great loss. COMPELLED TO DO IT Yours a bona The New England. IDTJIFtlD-A, *"• RAILWAY TIME C Alt US. CHICAGO, MILWAUKEE & ST. PAUL. ,--,.. " LdOAL TRAINS WEST. No, 1 departs at 0:08 am No. 9 departs at 4:24 pm « Fl ?ts ntB tnat ca «T passengers- No. 93 departsat ....ll:55am No.71 departs at G:40pm ., „ . TRAINS BAST. No.2 departs at 10:22am No. 4 departs at..... 8:04pm ' Freights that carry passengers— go. 7lf departs at SiSOpm No.94 departs at l;45pm R. F. HKDBIOK, Agent. CHICAGO & NORTHWESTERN. You would do yourself an injustice if you failed to see the up-to-date line of Neckwear just received at the NEW ENGLAND CLOTHING HOUSE South- Pass 3:05 pm North- Pass.— .....2:20pm •Erelght.. ..".9:30 am Krelght....... :245 p m U.VIT£J AiA 4. aOO • . . Al ,f,\3 U TI\ S:5S ? H? £•!?•.• v • v • • • g :l§ a m Freight.... ..9:30 am Freight 7:33pm height.... ... :245 p m Freight 7:33 p m Pass, arrives at Chicago at 7 a m; arrives at Des Moines at 8:15 Mixed connects w: cago at 8 a. m. >m. Lv. DesM. 2:30am a flyer and arrives at Chi- F. H.- VESPER, Agent. FINANCIAL. Kossuth County State Bank THE CITY CIRCUIT. -OAP1TAL .............................. 850.00C Incorporated under general laws of Iowa. ' " ^ * ' -i . i 'eposltsxecetved, money loaned, forei ,^••1 . , oney oane, o '/./domestic exchange bought and sold. Jt*i tlrtTlfl TTlilnB T^T«nT^IT»tlTT 0-nrt n rva-ntittnl .,President J.-jBF'JQNES.:;.;,-....',: Vice President LEWIS H. SMITH......, 1 .. Cashier .-Dlraqtors—Wm. H. Ingham, John G. Smith, J: B-Jones, JT. Chrischilles; Lewis H. Smith, J. ^.L^adsworth, Barnet Devlne. It rained Monday a little for a change. Merry Christmas comes next Wednesday. Saturday will be the shortest day of the year. The teachers had an enthusiastic meeting at Burt Saturday. The Bancroft Register says Algona ought to have electric lights. Dr. Morse was called to -Bancroft yesterday to see J. G. Graham, who is threatened with fever. Hamlet entertainment although 24 came down, and the company always sells at excursion rate's to 10 or more. Agent .Hawn hasn't improved any since the last'time our attention was attracted in his direction. It is rumored that J. J. Kann, late of Algona, has recently lost$15,000 on the Chicago board of trade. A horse slipped Sunday and fell on a The First National Bank *tfl" : ill *-voa» ,"- • - ; ............. 850,000 Special-attention given to collections. AMBROSE A. CAlifc ................. President H. HUTCHINS .............. Vice President WM. K. FERGUSON ................... Casliler C. D. SMITH ..................... Asst. Cashier - H - Hutc &ins. S. A. Ferguson, Dorweiler, W. F. Carter, Ambrose A Call, R. H. Spencer, Wm. K. Ferguson. Money always on hand to loan at reasonable rates to parties furnishing first-class security. CASH CAPITAL, $50,000. *•? IOWA.; » Offtetrt and Directors— A, D, Clarke, President, C, 0, Chubb, Vice Prest,, Thos. H. LantrV, Cashier, Geo, L. Galbraith, Fred. M. Miller. Myron Sohenck, Thos. F. Cooke, General Banking. PRIVATE SAFETY DEPOSIT VAULTS. t ^TtB^rest paid on time deposits, son of Oliver Dodds, who was riding breaking one leg in two places. Wolves are said to be plenty along the river. Isn't it about time for an other hunt to exterminate them? Grant Hamilton has been very • low the past week with appendicitis. No surgical operation was performed. There will be a big house out Friday evening for Jane Coombs. The Register says several will come from Bancroft. This ought to be a pretty good time to petition Supt. Hughes for that Des Moines train that has been talked about. It is rumored that the United States marshal was in LuVerne Monday and that when he left ex-Postmaster Darr went with him. Mrs. Pluraley and Rose Shadle were fined at Webster City, the total with costs amounting to $58. They paid and were released. The new town building is about enclosed and gives promise of good looks. It is fully as expensive a building as Algona needs. The county's 80 year list still grows. Mrs. G. A. Wilson sends us the name of P. Rawson of Lotts Creek, who reached 82 last January. John Grove is poyering the territory from Clear Lake to Spencer with his grocery supply business. He expects to push it still further as rapidly as he gets agents, Jas, Orr has been giving the woodwork in the Boston block a mirror finish the past week, You can see your face in any of the panels where he has oiled them, . The fire boys will dance at court bouse hall on New Year's night. The Algona band will furnish the inspiration, and there can be no doubt all will enjoy a good time, . There is talk of having the up stairs in th.e oW college building fitted into a hall for-tbe Redesen'a lodge, Mrs, Butler is considering- the Kmttep getting estimates pn the work. vrT-Jir»s»B«'*J J«8* *«pHI .Banproft ft »a jneasure'a us that the ea Jtrtp pf bu.ttg r The editor has had a great many versions of his name from correspondents, but it has been reserved for this week to bring a letter addressed to Harmony Ingham. We were never charged with it before. D. J. Long found half a hog of dressed meat on the rOad last week and took part of it home. Frank Winlcel missed the meat and got out a search warrant. As soon as the matter.was explained it was promptly settled, Frank Nicoulin will have an expert upholsterer here next month. He will make buggy tops, cushions, etc., and do repair work. Mr. Nicoulin says that they will manufacturer a line of fine surreys this winter. The Des Moines Capital has a table of data about our legislators. Opposite Samuel Mayne's name is the following: Born in New York, 14 years in Iowa, age 41. The average age of the lower house is 46 years. It will pay all our readers to look over the week's advertisements and ihen look over the holiday display before buying for Christmas. There was lever a handsomer lot of goods brought to Algona, and prices are very low. The steam beating apparatus is here or the cogrt house and Thorington ?he firm tried to get orders for money when the goods were at the depot, but ailed. Then they went ahead under .he contract, and will soon have the leaters in, The Algona dancing club held its first official meeting Monday evening. A big party was out and an enjoyable one. I. M. Finnell is president, J, L. Bonar is secretary and Chas. Cohenour is treasurer. Dances will be given once a month. THE UPPER DES MOINES should have credited the mounting of the golden eagle Geo, Blaokford killed to E. H Clarke. He had it sent away 'and nicely preserved and is to put it in the reading room soon. At present it graces the Grange Store. Deputy Sheriff Brunson was at Brad' gate last week to identify good? thought to have been stolen from Cook Bros ' store at Hobart, It proved that they had were stolen somewhere else. No trace of the Hobart thieves has been found, Cook Bros, are out about $200 worth of stuff, Supt, Hughes, the genial Northwestern man a(< Eagle Grove, was married last week to Mre, c, A. Sohaffter, Both are well known in Algona and both are most estimable people, They will make their home in Eagle Grove. THE. UPPER PBS MOINES joins in con* gratujattans, .,, ' Algona BenH4 Odd Fellow? tp Get* mania Friday to Jn^all a new "lodge, The boys say they worked till wor afldgaU6Gprm.an.ia citizens fujjy lately board, men might stay there." Thi "if" involves a ' thorough sewerage which would be a big item of expense to begin with. Then it means a com plete new jail if dangerous prisoner! are to be kept in it. Even then a safe jail is not possible, ns the experience o so many towns has proved. Anyone has a rightabout a court house, and it is impossible to keep prisoners from receiving outside assistance while in basement jails. The county would be simply fooling away money to put any more into the court house basement. One of the chief witnesses in the Prink case wns Mr. McElroy. the traveling man who sold the goods.' He came from Chicago Thursday night and on arriving in Algona got a telegram announcing that his mother had died! suddenly of paralysis. He was so affected by the news that he could hardly keep his mind on the case at all. He went to Chicago on the evening train. Prof. J. B. Bice, who is to open a series of meetings for the Presbyterians tonight, called yesterday. He is a Kentuckinn by birth and has traveled extensively spending- three years in Egypt, Palestine, etc., on one trip, and a year on another. He comes here, tinder the auspices of the Iowa synod and will remain two weeks or .longer. He will give some lectures on oriental life while here. Some of the Presbyterians feel that they are not fairly represented in their attempt to drganize a church in Algona, especially by the statements that they are a new society. The fact is they were pioneers here, Rev. McComb, we believe, beginning with theyearlone. Rev. McDonald was a Presbyterian pastor in Algona for several years, and the society ceased active operations when he left. The plot of Dickens' Bleak House turns upon the relationship of Lady Dedlock and Esther Summerson, which neither is aware of. Lady Dedlock is Esther's mother, but she supposes her child is dead and has long covered up that unpleasant episode of her youth LawyerTuIkinghorn, however, relentlessly follows up various clues until he unearths it. In the meantime Hortense, Lady Dedlock's maid, has been dismissed and plots revenge. Tulking- horn discloses to Lady Dedlock that he knows her past, that night he is shot, Hortense gives out that Lady Dedlock did the act. Bucket, the detective, very shrewdly guesses that Hortense did it to put her late mistress in suspicion. Lady Dedlock, her secret out, wanders off and dies on the grave of her first Jove. Krook, with his bottle shop, Little Jo, always ordered to move on, Guppy the lawyer's clerk, John Jarndyce, one of the principals in the famous chancery suit of Jarndyce & Jarndyce, and Esther Summerson's guardian, all take their places in the development of the drama, of his wife, who lies at death's door at a hospital in Batavin, 111. They will both be buried In Madison, where their first child wns buried many, years ago. They Jenve four children to inherit a large fortune. Revs. Walter and Rome Walker return to their homes tonight, the former to Elgin and the latter to Belvideca, Both are meeting with great success in their church work. Mr. and Mrs. Will F. Walker .will remain in Algona a week or more. They are comfortably located in Chicago and report Mr. and Mrs. Jos. W. Hays also pleasantly located. The business of the firm has been good in spite of dull times. ». Rev. Sinclair will spend the coming two weeks at Grinnell or will supply vacant pulpits in the state. He will come to Algona to begin his work with ;he first Sunday in January. Mrs. Sinclair is visiting in Ohio, and may not come to Algona for some weeks. G. W. Pangburu was down from Elmore yesterday. He is one of Dr. Jacobs' attorneys in the malpractice suit and was interested in Judge Thomas ruling on the motion: to dismiss it. Mrs. Pangburn is in Fayette for a two weeks visit with Mr.. Pangburn's rela- ives. Representative Mayne was down at court Monday. He has receivedacopy )f the new code and from a hasty in- pection says that a lot of work will be nvolved in its adpption.. Among other hings new grounds for divorce are in- ,luded, among them failure to cohabit or one year. This he' thinks would )ut us in competition with South Dakota as a state of divorce mills. He favors making radical changes slowly, and taking plenty of time to thoroughly investigate the code before adopting it. CLARKE & COHENOUR, ATTORNEYS AT LAW. Office over First Na E. H. CLA.RKE, ATTORNEY AT LAW. ; Collection agent. Opera House Mock. S. S. SESSIONS, ATTORNEY AT LAW, DANSON <6r BUTLER, LA W. LOANS. LAND. Collections a specialty. Office In Gardner Cowles' new building. SULLIVAN'& MC.MAHON, ATTORNEYS AT - Office In Hoxle-Ferguson bljck. GEO. R. CLOUD, [Successor to W. B. Quarton.] Attorney and Counsellor at Law, ALQONA, IOWA. Office over Kossuth County State Bank, CLOAKS, cloaks, cloaks, cloaks! Capos, capes, capesl by the wholesale at Galbraith's. ONYX tables are very popular, them at Walker Bros:'—38t2 See E. V. SWETTING, ATTONEY AT LAW, Algona, lows. L. K. GARFIELD, M. D., PHYSICIAN AND 8VRQSON. Office, State St., one door east of Cordingley. Residence, McGregor st, east of the public school building, H. C. McCOY, M. D., PHYSICIAN AND SUSQEON. Residence, McGregor street. Office with Dr. Garfleld. TWENTY-FIVE pounds raisins for $1 t Lanffdon & Hudson's.—38t2 Notice. The undersigned, having been appointed administrators of the estate of J. J, Wilson, deceased, will continue the business as heretofore. LENETTE W. BUTLER. 37t4 H. J. WILSON. ONTARIO canned goods. The finest in the town. Opera House Grocery, Honey, I have unlimited money to loan on long or short time. B, W. HAGGARD. of collections. ™ make a Cloud & Haggard, TRY a 5-pound box of Oriole prunes i Walker Bros.'—38t2 at WHITE SWAN flour, Every sack warranted. LANGDON & HUDSON. PHYSICIAN AND SURGEON, , Algona, E. S. GLASIER, D. D. S., SURGEON DENT.I8T, Office over the State Bank, Algona, Iowa. '• DENTIST. Local anaesthetic for deadening pain in • ' , gums when extracting teetfi, . , % , banqugt* they been privijeged tp be seated at, FEBSOflAL MOVEMENTS. Miss Gertie Williams arrived from Isp witch i, a, D., Monday for a holiday visit in Algona, ^ . Miss Mattie Robinson is expected in Algona spon for a visit with, her pldr time Algona friends, ' • T M^and-Mre. Will Bender viaited at Jas. Taylor's last week, He was a wit- ne,88 in the Frink case, Mrs. Hpraoe Mann and Viola' etarted for California last week and v\l\ spend the winter on tne coast. JOHNSON'S sweet apple cider at the City Bakery. -34 I4ve Poultry Wanted On and after Monday, Nov. 18, 0. H. BLOSSOM, " ppj E. G. BOWYER, i now at the new stand in the Cowles bloolt, has a complete stock of - > . 'AND FINE JEWELRY,-^ *& GRADUATED Eyee tested free of charge,. Large line pf % . tlqal gopds always op hand, , s ^| visit came Monday { Q r a the. Fped.,F»Uep hptne, , Hay'i 0 n family have arrived and will wake A gona. their future ,-Jbey wjll be hearUly weloSe. y, PavidaoB wenl to De; a van J&at , J, etppt?, IU,, Ms piet term and Jm*Cty$nRr m ylW, < • n'£ lj i^ lb &!? s ¥* *!* *9ft *Q uss Melae? • JJoadfty;, jp, ,j»al^ theip «iSfe«fj^ii|^;few Andrew Hanson, PLUMBER Plumbing and Repair Work Specialty ;;; - • Manufacturer m $ ^a^r}» \K$ • I ' ' _ . .; _-__!-«. Harness, Abstracts of Title. t-i "• ' * " v " f' y-' ^ j. - '-wrf •fnrar^nffrfife* ' f *^iS*>*!!{*ffiK3'!WP:™5^^^B^ '*:„:''i-\:'r l «w«A-:^ ™ '^Y**^"'% r *i^-^ri^.^-^)-B^'«WJOT^!

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