The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa on February 26, 1896 · Page 1
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M^rnj.^^^^ i^'p •'• •-„ 4 t. ^vrv-A^ rcWI fSHUD 186B, 'list (Opened. Not Sprillg, but a new lot of fine plain white semi-porcelain dishes, Call and see them at WILLIAMS IS A HUMMER,' At Codai* Falls tllo MM hundred to And tte Will Jostle the Waywwd of Ai- gona in the Ne&f PiUttte^-Qenetal Ndtthwest News. TBI/BFHONB 19. Galbraith & Co, Have just received a fine line of \Si>nng ^ \Dress Goods, Wash Fabrics, etc. r e have finished invoicing, and have a lot of jmnants of various kinds of goods that we Ire closing out cheap. G. L Galbraith & Co. are not advertising holiday goods any lore for the present, but we want all the )eople to remember that our goods'are . . Williams, the evangelist, is booked, for Algona sometime during the coming summer and on that accouftt his grow* ing reputation is of interest, He has just concluded a season at Cedar Falls, and that being a normal school town and presumably of about the same moral and intellectual standard as Algona, the results are a pointer of things to Come. He converted over 700 at Cedar Falls, and concluded his meetings with the confession of a murderer, who arose and told of shooting a companion in Colorado, a story that seems to be verified by the Colorado dis* patches. The Wesley Beporter says that Charley Bronson's father attended the meetings and he reports that it is wonderful how people are moved by the preaching, Williams now goes to Waterloo, and his advent has been heralded by a big newspaper discussion, an Episcopalian and a Baptist clergyman locking horns in the public press over the wisdom of such moral upheavals as he incites, If he phases the Waterloo census his visit will not have been in vain, and should be followed by a second move on Fort Dodge. The report of the murder confession in the dispatches in as follows: Williams closed his meetings Sunday night* with a good sized and able bodied sensation. During the meeting Mor.t Truesdale, a young man about 24 years old, became conscience stricken 1 and made a startling confession. Stepping to the platform of the church he said: "I have been trying to lead a Christian life for several years, but have been conscious all the time that I was a great sinner. I am guilty of murder and am ready to surrender myself to the officers. 1 want to serve the Lord and cannot do it without leaving off this awful burden." He was greatly affected, and the excitement caused by .bis .statement amounted to almost, a stampede, and several in the audience fainted and had to be removed. Avery and Gilbert Bid Not Shoot. After considerable quibbling Avery of Burlington declined to meet .Fred Gilbert at Chicago to shoot for the world's championship and the DuPont trophy. His excuse for declining to shoot the match was that all contestants for the DuPont trophy are restricted to the use of DuPont's powder, only. Avery was aware that all contests for the trophy must be with DuPont's powder when he issued the challenge, as Desirable .Any Other Time |s for the holidays, Stock is always com- |lete, Prices are right, Come and look. Complete stock of Indertaking Goods, A. D, Standard OH Will Explode. S, H. Grannis at Ledyard last week started his fire with kerosene, which was better than the usual article. The Leader says: Whet) the match was applied, a small-sized explosion followed. Mr, Grannis stood his ground butlost his whiskers and eye brows, while his face was quite badly burned. It was a narrow escape from serious if not fatal injury, The Led yard Spring Prospect, Forest City Summit: Ledyard expects to break 10,000 acres of prairie and the northern Iowa record this season. A creamery will be built, and it is hoped the Slippery Elm and a Burlington Stub from Germania will get along in time to ship out the product, Moinea BditOi'lal assOCialtdft Will lake place at AlgOfla, We .cHH aSsuM the editors that they will ftiaefc a hearty *& ceptioh at the hands of the, citizens of Algona, says the £jrometsbur£ Reporter. We Are tfutiiHg in Now 1 dties, EmmetsbUrgTribune!,. JCoSsUtn(S5Un« ty has S8 townships and 1? creameries. P.uio Alto has only 16 townships but has 10 creameries. More LaW SUitS At EsthfcfVille, The attorneys for the Estherville Law and Order league, who prosecuted the saloons lately i have now sued the league for $230 attorneys' fees, LeMafs toonH Want tfree Delivery. A big protest has gone in from Le- Mars ngalnst free postal delivery in that city. It is the first case on record. AMONG THE ADVERTISERS. Hogs were down to $3.60 yesterday in Algona. Doxsee has some of tho new 1800 model bicycles. Corn is worth 16 cents, oats 13 cents, and wheat 60 cents, LUnd & Nelson announce a reduction in. the price of cream and milk. Grove & Son areadverttsingsome fine semi-porcelain crockery this week. Galbraith is having a big clearing sale of remnants. Read his ad this week. The ladies of St. Thomas church are to have a sale at Jaw.* Taylor's store Monday, March 9. Swea City Herald: Mr. Spurbeck of Algona was here Saturday last looking after the sale of creamery supplies. Dr. Preston, the eye and ear man of Mason City, will visit Algoua again regularly. His card appears this week. The Battle Creek Sanitarium foods are on sale at Langdon & Hudson's and at James Patterson's. They have a big reputation. Anyone thinking of buying a lamp should examine the Belgium at Walker Bros. They will pay for themselves in the saving,of oil. S. D. Drake has taken the local agency for the Northwestern insurance company of Milwaukee. He is a good man for the place. He offices with J. C. Raymond. The Wigwam is opening the spring season with the biggest, best selected, and lowest priced stock of goods it has ever had. Now is the time to be getting the seeders out. J. A. Allred of Garner, who is interested in the shoe business in Algona, has a store at Emmetsburg which he will move. The Tribune says he will hunt for a larger town. Chas.' Walker bought 30 head of steers of Wm. K. Ferguson and 20 head of Ernest Bacon and with a car of hogs went to Chicago last week. He got in Wednesday on a bad market. It isn't often Charlie gets left. Algona has been a great distributing point for ice lately. Up at Ledyard the Leader says a firm " are receiving great cakes of congealed water from Algona, About 75 tons will be stored for next summer's use." ' The LuVerne News notes that fast run made by the Northwestern stock train with the Banna-Barton cattle: They left here at 9:35 a. m. and were at the chutes ready to unload at U. S. yards at 3:25 a, m. the following morning. The run of 98 miles from Eagle Grove to Tama was made in three hours and 27 minutes, and - '•"* Patterns Glassware just received at TELEPHONE NO. IS. I am one of the salesladies at Taylor's NEXT MOMDAV, Methodist Day. I got this jacket there; don't you think it 's nice ? , . paid, apply to R. F. Hedrlck, agent of Chicago, Milwaukee & St. Paul railway at Algona, or address C. F. Wenham, g eneral steamship agent, 48 Adams st., hicago, 111.—itFeU—StMch—StApr BUCRLEN'S ARNICA SALVE, The best salve iu the world for bruises, cuts, sores, ulcers, salt rheum, fever sores, tetter, chapped hands, chilblains, corns and all skin eruptions, and positively cures piles or no pay required. It Is guaranteed to give perfect satisfaction or money refunded. Price 25o a box. Sold by L. A. Sheetz. The Man Be Wanted. "I beg your pardon," said oue man. to another iu a railroad train, "but I am the manager of a museum, and I have a vacancy now for a strong man." "Well, what of it?" "Why, sir, I saw you open the car window with no apparent effort, and I thought perhaps we could agree on the terms and you could begin your engagement immediately.''—Detroit Free Press. PROFESSIONAL. CLARKE & COHENOUR, ATTORNEYS AT LAW. Office over First National bank, Algona, la. NSURANCE. Fanners' of Cedar Rapids, Phoentjf of Hartford, Hanovev Qf New York, Minnesota Fire, Minneapolis, Roofeford of RooWord, Lloyd's Plate; Gins? of New York, United States J4fe 9f New York. j. Also Laud, ko&tv a$4 Collection Business., *« n n UUP. Office «vey Algona (State ' GEO. M. BAILEY, Q, ?, Haggard & Peek, [Successor^ to jgnes & Smith.] IOWA, E t G, BOWYER, »ow ftt tlve sew stand in tfce Oowles bloote, has 9, complete stock of Apotner Slander OR Alffona Water, Ejmmetsburg Tribune: The water in Algona is suspected of being adulterat* ed, •* A Trip to Chinatown" was put pn there Thursday evening by a com' pany that seemed to be undep the influence of something stronger than they were,' ' ' , Carroll Bridget Whelftn of Carroll is swing all the mulct saloons because they Bold to her. husband,' who got drunk an4 abused her, Taft&Co.'s Poland China sale on Feb, 21, at Humboldt, was one of the most successful sales of the season. There was a large attendance both of local buyers and breeders from abroad, and the bidding was sharp and spirited; Fifty head, including one which was catalogued but was sold at private sale before the day of sale, sold at an average of $46 per head. The top price was $205 for Lady Woodburn Price, purchased by C. D. Luther of Marcus, Iowa, who also purchased another for $100. Publ}o sales of high bred stock are rapidly gaining favor with both buyers and sellers, and this is the second successful sale of Poland Chinas held by Taft & Co, within the last three months. TO CALIFORNIA,! E, H. CLARKE, ATTORNEY AT LAW. ' Collection agent. Opera House block. DANSON & BUTLER, LAW. LOANS. LAND. Collections a specialty. Office In Gardner Covvles' new building. SULLIVAN & MeMAHON, ATTORNEYS AT LAW, Office In Hoxle-Fercuson bljck, Conducted Excursions by the NortHwestern J4ne. The Jfarth western Jtpe }e now running personally conducted excursion? to San Francisco and Los Angelee, ieav» }ng points in Iowa every Friday The rout* & through BOWS of tbe most* uresque scenery in America, and tourist sleeping oars Jp Ibis, service are of Me most mpdern pattern, neatly up Appeased. He (just introduced)—What a very ugly man that gentleman near the piano is, Mrs. Hobsou, Mrs. Hobson—Why, that is Mr. Hobson, He (equal to the occasion)—Oh, in» deed I How true it is, Mrs, Hobson, that the ugly men always get the prettiest Wives.—London Answers. DR. L. A. SHEETZ, Drugs and Medicines, Full assortment always on band of drugs, mod' ojnes, and pure liquors for medicinal purposes only. GEO. R. CLOUD, [Successor to W. B. Qxiartou.] Attorney and Counsellor at ALGONA, IOWA. Office over Kossuth County State Bank, E. V. SWETTmo, ATTONEY AT LAW, Algona, Iowa, ' F, L, TRIBON, M. D., >. . Homeopathic), , , PHYSICIAN AND SURGEON, Office and residence in the • Boston Block, (In the new block,) ., • .. , 3300100 Doxsee Foster, Estate, pmce in Oeo, o, call Bujiajng, L, K. GARFIELD, M, PHYSICIAN AND OtBce.State st,, one door east of qbraingley. ' Residence, McGregor at,, east of the ' >, public school building, H, q, MCCOY; M, AND Be»idence, McGregor street', Offloe ^yjith py, PHYSICIAN AND 8URCEON, Algpna, lowiu R, §, OfcASIBB, EH. 0 Office over the State Pan bolstered, and furnish their pcoupants wifl comfort, These are aoeoKipanJecl th California by experienced. insuring passengers the best pf care ana case yet brought to test this part of the Fuulnformatjon relative will be promptly furnished She bap won STEAM on application to agents of Chicago & one saloon and is pushing cases against Ncrtb western \tn ffiwf^F ^^ ippjih JIP j!< ^Isp From a lette an, Binjpnds ttoHa wprameMlss ve,Jn pf cog,! six feet tWto.fc was aiic9vere4JQQ leet b§lp,w $he half w§y between, Sejajpod aefl Ql&rioo, , i«Jt we have no hesita- -S?9~ "" ^TZj^* l?-

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