The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa on June 10, 1896 · Page 1
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AftMSHUD 1865, ALGOKA, IOWA, W1BNESBAY, JUNE 10, A "Picnic When you go to a picnic you want to take your dinner. We have just the proper things, Potted ham, potted tongue, salmon, dried beef, olives, pickles, sweet or sour, just the size bottles you want, waferettes, cookies, and everything you want for dinner at BAB MEN MAY GET LOOSE, JSotoi-lottS Mttsbamer Bfoth&i-s Stand & Show of Release by & la the Mali Lively Game of Bali at Attfistrong—Ot, flpihe Killed at fifts Moines— Northwest Naws, A Picnic. M. Z. Grove & Son. TELEPHONE 19. About » Shirt Waists, Every lady knows what comfort there is in these cool, common-sense garments. The season is now at hand when you must have them. We have prepared for your wants and have Hundreds of Beauties for you to select from. Any price you want to pay, from 50c to $3.50. G. L. Galbraith & Co. Want a Bicycle? The undersigned has opened a Bicycle Livery in Algona, opposite the Wigwam, and has bicycles and a tandem for rent, by the hour or day. Also agent for the AJAX bicycle, an up-to-date wheel, as good as there is in the market. If you want a wheel come and see me. Will do all kinds of wheel repairing, also Plumbing and Gun Work. I am here to supply your wants, able prices, All'work warranted, and will do so at reason- The notorious Ratnsbargerp, who terrorized Hardin county some years ago, stand a good chance of getting a third trial. A special from Marshall town says: A sensation was Caused here this evening by the announcement of the fact that the notorious Rainsbarger brothers, Prank and Nate, who were serving a life sentence in the Anamosa penitentiary for the murder of Enoch Johnson in Hardin county some twelve years ago, are likely to be granted another trial. The ruling in the case of the supreme court of the state vs. Garrity discloses an error in the Rains- barger case which was tried the second time in this county, and the court says the ruling of the lower court is illegal, because of the fact that a change in the statute from an old law was brought to the attention of the supreme court. The Rainsbarger case was one of the most celebrated and sensational ever tried in the.state. Their alleged victim was their brother-in-law whom they expected to turn/state's evidence and send them over the road for counterfeiting. They waylaid him one dark night, killed him with brass knuckles, placed the body on a horse, and the next morning it was found by the roadside, as if dragged to death. They were twice tried and both times convicted of murder in the first degree. Two of the brothers—Phil and Mause— were previously shot to death by a mob in the Eldora jail. The gang terrorized northern Hardin county for many years. Hot Game of Ball. The Swea City Herald gives an account of a ball game recently played between the Swea City and Armstrong clubs: Probably the warmest game the Swea City club has played up to date took place at Armstrong on decoration day, between the highly lauded grand stand crack-ajacks of that city and our own reliable aggregation. Prom the misleading reports circulated concerning the invincibility of the Armstrong team,.the home boys were a little dubious as to the result of a collision with them, but the game proved that the Armstrongs are like an empty shell. By this comparison we mean that the purely Armstrong talent are the empty and the hired talent the shell. Cussin pitched a great game but had no support. The truth of the matter is they expect such men as Cussin to win the games for them and then they blow '• we killed the bear." However, with their salaried pitcher and all, they struck a snag when they led the Swea City boys up to the slaughter, and now they are repenting in words too vile for publication. Hart, our home pitcher, proved himself a hummer and the Armstrong boys had quite as much trouble hitting his curves as the home team did those of Cussin. It was a hot game, but the SweaCity boys won out by a score of 14 to 9. Death of Dr. Pipino. Dr. Pipino, the noted specialist of Des Moines, was fatally injured by being kicked by his horse, Thursday last. The Register gives an account of the sad affair: Dr. W, C, Pipino was fatally, injured last night about ? o'clock while horseback riding on West Ninth street. Near Gov. Gue's residence he was thrown from his horse, which kicked him, fracturing the skull in a horrible manner and fatally injuring him. In falling from the animal be appeared to have struck the curbing and to have l»een viciously kicked by the horse. Prof. Shoemaker was playing ball with some boys in a lot near the scene of the accident and he is confident that the horse was frightened at a large piece of paper which was lying in the road. Prof, Shoemaker saw the horse throw the doctor violently. His head struck the curb, but he dqng to the Hnes for just an instant and in that time received the terrible fractures which cost him his life. The horse ran but a few steps and was caught a'few rods away from the scene of the accident. Dr. Pipino was undoubtedly one of the most prominent specialists in the country, His name was noted not only in the state, but far outside it. He was an oculist and physician of rare scientific attainments and ability, He F. L. Parish Bargains in 3«lb Peaches, per 3-ik fprnatQeSi per ^4b 'Hulled Corn, per dps s4b Strawberries, per - ..... ,$i.oo 1,09 g4b Raspberries, per doz..$l.OO g»lb Gooseberries, per doz.. 1.00 g*jb Spring Beans, per d93« had an enormous practice and was a thoroughly popular roan, slttte faif executive febftfld ffiet atid opened the bids for the ddnstrilc tloo of the large fesefvolf in the back part of the grounds which is \A be Used to help out the Water works system. The contract will be awarded befofe thefneetihg adjotifrts, Th6 bft&fd is about to Open bids fof the painting of all the buildings OB the ground, which will add to the appearance of the ptade hitire than any other thing which will be ddne. A Vast attlount of paint will be required to cover the surface of the structures. Improvements tire to be made to the race track, which will be put in the best condition for the events of tiie fall. PERSONAL MOVEMENTS. Henry Straw of Garner was a visitor at the Geo. B. Clarke home lust JMduy. Chester Call is home from Evanston for the summer. He intends to return in the fall. O. W. McMurray, with his family, has been enjoying a week at the lakes. It is his (Irst vacation in three years. Miss Lulu Clarke returked from her Minneapolis school work last Saturday. She will l?e here for the vacation only. Howard and Mrs. Robinson came Saturday from Minneapolis, and expect to make this their homo for the present. Albert Patterson is up from Blairsburg this morning. He came from Eagle'Grove, where he had been in search of the men who plundered his store, but the right men were not found. Harvey Ingham has been in Iowa City the past week, in attendance upon the meeting of the board of regents. This is the first meeting since-his election as regent. Claude Nlcoulin was out with a line of shoe samples part of last week. He made West Bond, Bode, and Livermore. He will put in part of his vacation on the road. C. B. Matson left Saturday evening for his home a,t Rolla, Mo. He went by way of Iowa City, where ho will stop a day fora reunion of his university class. He graduated ten years ago. Mr. and Mrs. M. Stephens of Algona, Geo. W. Hanna of LuVerne, and Z. S. Barrett of Wesley are scheduled for a trip to St. Louis to see the national convention.' They go Saturday. National Delegate Geo. C. Call starts tomorrow for St. Louis. The national convention occurs next Tuesday, but the larger portion of the delegates will be on the ground the latter part of this week. Mr. and Mrs. Theo. Chrischilles left Monday evening,for an extended visit with their son Robert in New -York Citv. They will stop in Chicago, how- eveV, for a visit with Mr. and Mrs. W. S. Dorland. W. H. Winkley came up from Waterloo Friday. He was there in the interest of the Algona Deposit & Loan association. We understand he will take a situation on the road for the Emmetsburg cigar factory, David Miller is no longer with Mr. S.tudley in the drug store, but will go to Highland Park college, Des Moines, for a four-year course in that school. He expects to take his examination for a pharmacist's permit before long. P. H. Vesper was at Boone last week in attendance upon the Masonicr grand lodge as delegate. 'It was a large gathering of Masons, and the meeting was of'unusual interest. The grand lodge meets next year at Oskaloosa, Chas, Smith returned Monday from his visit with his uncle, Geo, W. Eddy, at Lebanon, Mo. He says they had a hail stortn down there, but Mr, Eddy's crops were untouched. He went also to St, Louis to view the cyclone damage to that city. V. S. Ellis was down from Swea City Friday, looking up the title to some land, He reports Swea City on the up grade, and the Herald flourishing, as should be the case with a paper so ably handled as is the Herald under Mrs. Ellis' management. Col. Thos, P. Cooke was home over Sunday, but returned to the state range Monday to superintend another week's target practice. He says the military boys are shooting well. Those from Company F who also went Monday are Roy Carpenter, Ed. McMurray, Ell Burbank, and L, F, Boals, Prof, F, H. Slagle, principal of schools at Strawberry Point, Iowa, is at home to spend bis summer vacation, and enjoy a much needed rest. Mr. Slagle has been unanimously re-elected to retain his position as principal in the same school for the ensuing year, which speaks well for his ability as an instructor, and one who is thoroughly abreast with the times in all matters pertaining to school work, He will go to Mt. Vernon, Iowa, ne^t week to have the degree of A, M. conferred up- Fresh Vegetables, TELEPHONE NO. IS. Clearing Sale.. During the month of June we will selK chamber suits and parlor goods at Greatly Reduced Rates. We have a large stock on hand, and to diminish we offer special inducements for June only. this Complete stock of Undertaking Goods. ID. YOUR WIFE WANTS A HUME Stop Paying- Rent. Buy a Farm. The land department of the Northern Pacific,railroad will sell you Very Choice Farming Lands! In Central Minnesota In at $2,50 to $4 per acre. Red River Valley at $4 to $8 per acre, Somebody 3?oj9p«ed the Evidently some dirty work has been 4one at kost Island lake, as evidenced by this story which comes from Pooa» hontas: What was expected to be a merry fishing party started from near Pocahontas last .Thursday morning, Their destination wa| kost Island JaHe., flea* 1 Rjjtbven* They started out with a four horse team, expecting to tempt tbe,flsb,Qf that resort, Three pf pacty are lying at de&tb's floor fog all tbe bo.rrp,re and agonies ing »po» thejdeatb bed from poiioning on biro by Cornell college, he having completed a post-graduate course in the science ol botany. Terms to actual settlers : Ten years' time, one-tenth cash, balance in ten annual equal installment's, at 6 per cent, interest. Yearly payment on 160 acres from $40 to $128. Smaller quantities in same proportion. Why pay $3 per acre as RENT in ONE YEAR, when by pay* - ing only $2.50 in TEN YEARS you can OWN an acre of as GOOD FARMING LAND? ' * These lands are level or rolling prairie or timbered, as you pre« ,< fer. Soil is rich and productive, well adapted to all grain and rpot': crops. For maps and publications write to '• o. -w. General Emigration Agent N, P, R. It,, ST, PA Ut, WM. H, PHI P PS, Land, Commissioner. DINGLEY, COOK & CO., our sales solicitors, will furnish In* formation, accompany prospective buyers wishing to examine North*Pacific lands, and receive applications for their purchase, ern Apply to them, personally or by letter, at Algona, Iowa, OH delivers oil at your floor at regular retail prices. Same kind of oil you buy anywhere else,-iat§ HEJN3 pickles }n glass, Sweet and spur, just the sizes you want at Grove & Son's, Farm lio»ne pt M.per Cent, And tbe expenses of making the loan can be paid at option of the borrower. Interest payable annually unless other* wise preferred.. Tbe loan eaa be paid in whole or in part at any interest date.. HOSIS^ BRyNRQN, PHOTOGE APHER, ALGQ^A, IOWA, I am loaning money on farm lands at si?? per oertf, fatfimk Only a small charge, will be made for procuring this cheap money, The barrower can have the privilege, of paying eft all ov any part ol hie mortgage at the time, of pay ngjnterest. * _ ..J* J J* T> "'" the west and, soHth at y§ry FortleketsapO. mil '-*"*" to agents r low

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