The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa on March 3, 1897 · Page 1
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Algona, Iowa
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Wednesday, March 3, 1897
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g!f\ V i -i ^ - ; v v ; - fc -r 'A^t : ^' rw*:* ** <t^' .' ' - - *•• ' s ' "£•• ""' :> " r ''^ 1865. itill Here ALGOKA, IOWA, WEgNESBA^MARCH 3, 1897* jaiaBialiBaiMa^MMtaBMIIltMaiaMB"' 11 *'' 1 '' 1 ™* 1 "'"*'^^^ TO MAKE LIQUOft AGAIN, YOL, XXXI~»0. SO, The House Amends the Mulct Law So as to Permit the Matmfactttfe of "Tanglefoot," IN THB- Grocery Iowa May Again Become the Home of the Still and the Brewery—The Vote in Detail. fur stock, is completer than ever, and prices rand qualities equal to any. M. Z. Grove & Son. 102 E. State St. TBI/BPHONB 19. CEO. L CALBRWTH & GO. DBS MOINES, March 2.—The pected has happened. The house has so amended the mulct law as to permit the manufacture for sale of intoxicating liquors in the state. Before this extra session began there was considerable talk about passing what has become to be known as the manufacturing bill. After the session began, however, the talk ceased and the general public supposed that this would be considered new legislation and would not be taken up. But it seems that those who were in favor of the measure have buen quietly and earnestly at work sawing wood. Their first move of course was to secure a favorable report from tbe committee on the suppression of intemperance. The committee voted for the manufacturing amendment by a vote of 10 to 5. The following is the amendment adopted in tbe bouse on Thursday: But any person, firm or corporation may, in any city or town wherein the written statements of general consent, prescribed in sections 68 and 69 of this chapter, have been duly filed with the county auditor, manufacture liquors named in this section for export, sell the same at wholesale within the state to registered pharmacists holding permits, and to such persons as have complied with the provisions of said section 08, and may sell to any person, firm or cor- po'ration engaged-in a business which re- population the sheriff must pay his own deputies where the entire receipts of the office are $1,500, and he cafinot receive more than $2,000 net. In the larger counties no sheriff cah receive more than $2,500, where he ttow receives $3,000. t£eis to be allowed to retain his mileage in civil cases and to be paid actual expenses of serving papers in criminal cases, by the county. -f- -H -4- An amendment of the law, which makes the supreme court reported appointive by "the supreme court and hold office at the pleasure of the court, was adopted by the senate. -f- 4- -4- Senator Carney finally succeeded in having an investigation of the various state institutions ordered. LAPB YotJNG. The Latest Things Out CARRY A FULL LINE OF ets, Boots and Shoes, Dry Goods, Lall Paper, Window Shades, Hats, Caps, Gloves, Mittens, Under-ear, Gents', Furnishings, and in fact everything to be had in a first- tlass store. Our JNDERSOLD. prices are the lowest. WE WILL NOT BE DOiauon enguKuu m u ouoiuv— ....—-- -quires its use, alcohol for pharmaceutical, medical, chemical or mechanical purposes, providing that the manufacturers of liquors provided for in this section shall place upon all barrels, casks, bottles Or packages, of every kind whatsoever containing liquors, a formula, printed in the English, German and Scandinavian languages, which set orth in plain terms the ingredients of said iquors, and the relative proportions of each. And it shall be lawful for any common carrier, or Qther person, to transport and ship any liquors manufactured or lold under the provisions of this act. Those voting for the above on Friday after it had been put in as an amendment were as follows: Ayes—Allen, Bowen, Bailey, Brady, Brant, Chapman, Crow, Davis, Dowell, Edwards, Garner, Good, Grote, Gurley, Hendershot, Klemme, Ladd, Lauder, McArthur, McNulty, Mayne, Morrison of Grundy, Morrison of Keokuk, Neitert, Potter, Putnam, Thompson, Tibb tts, Weaver, Whelan, Whittier, Mr. Speaker, republicans-82. Baker, Byington, Frazee, Hazen, Hinkhouse, Hunt, Jackson Jay, Lambert, Lowry, McDowell, Marti, Hayes MARSH STEPHENS' IRE IS UP, Minnesota Partlos Try to BaJnboozel | the tittle Giant of Kossuth- AV111 Come to Grief. The Mankato Review has a one-sided story from Garden City, Minn., ofa| business deal Marsh Stephens is interested in. It shows that Marsh has nerve enough to protect his rights: Attorney Nels Quevli of Windom arrived in Mankato Saturday night, and this morning started for Garden City for the purpose of replevying a stock of goods valued at between $5,000 and §6,000 held by M. Stephens. This stock was originally sold to Stephens, who is from Iowa, by one Stuckstall of Windom. Stephens was to pay for the goods in land. The deed was made out and deposited in a bank at Lake Cryst-1 al. Afterward Stephens, so it is al- Haviland Ch » are always found at our store. We make a specialty of white ware for decorating. Langdon & Hudson. TELEPHONE NO. IS. C. J. DUTTON, the transaction Stuckstall tben to Andrew Ol- leged, backed out of and returned to Iowa. disposed of the goods — -son of Windom. Not long after this second deal was consumated Stephens put in an appearance at Garden City a°.S »1 am, , , , Nolan, Porter, Power, Sullivan, Voelker, Wheeler Wilson, democrats— 20. Total , Wheeler, Wilson, ~ jjjrr HJUIVOU UlAO v*vv/«. w^ M-"— . - — — — [ --- sion of everything In sight. Attorney Quevli replevins the goods for Olson and it is understood that a warrant will be sworn out charging Stephens with assault and battery. J-rom New Whatcom, Wash. Mrs. E. A. Phillips sends the following items from New Whatcom, Wash.: As a goodly number of Algerians live in New Whatcom I thought it would be interesting to some of your readers to bear from us occasionally. The friends of O. H. Caulkins tendered him and his bride a reception Feb. 12 at the residence of E. Caulkins on I street. The rooms were beautifully Decorated with Rose Flour, per sack, | Family Flour, per sack, . , One hundred pounds granulated sugar O. J. DUTTON, IRVINGTON, IOWA. ARE YOU ©OIN© TO HAVE $1.10 1.05 .95 5.00 G. L. Galbraith & Co. ix ays-Bell, Bird, Brighton. Brlnton, Clark, Classen, Cook,. Cornwall, Double- dav. Early, Evans, Finch, Frink, Funk, and Fine Oak •» I Chamber day, Early, Evans, * ...w.., -, Griswold, Haugen, Hauger, Hinman Huntley, Johnson of Webster, Johnston ol Franklin, Lavender, Loomis, McAchran, McDonald, Martin, Merriam, Miller of Warren, Mullin, Barker, Perrott, Prentis, Ray, Reed, Scott, Smith, Spaulding, St. John, Temple, Van Houten, Walters, Wells, Williams, Wood, republicans-^. Absent or not voting—McQuin, Miller of Buena Vista, Miller of Cherokee --""*- licans—3. Mananan, democrat. . When Chief Clerk Rowen had fin ished calling the roll only fifty votes one short of a constitutional majority, had been cast for the bill. It must bave one more or fail. Manahan, evergreens, Oregon grapevine, English ivy. Mr. Ed. Goodlng Miss Lizzie Reed were married Feb. 18 by the Rev. W. Mackey at the home of the bride's parents in York addition. Mrs. Gooding is a niece of Mrs Horton, also cousin to the J. Wallace children. I will send with Your Horses [Clipped? __ PROFESSIONAL. ••^^••Nrf—*^% - i'^^>M^V^*-^l-^«^^«-'^«'^^^*' CLARKE & COHENOUR, ATTORNEYS AT LAW. Office over First National banlc, Algona, la. _ 1J JNU1, It Is the easiest way In the world to keep them clean and health^ ^""ggft* this a copy Washington's « — j -.- , Blade. They were in need of money to their school library, and so _d the idea of getting up a paper anYseilingit for five cents a copy. You can see for yourself that the child.-1 ren are fully up with the times, This is a lovely day. As I looked ov« morning I counted five „ uu steamers anchored in deep water, waiting their turn to be loaded with E. H. CLARKE, ATTORNEY AT LAW. Collection agent. Boston block. CHAS. J. BROWN. .:' p ;-•'.• Lt remarkably low prices. We are also making special prices on. odd pieces of up- ft wang democrat, and McQuin, republican, i um ber for different parts of the world. who were for the bill were absent. At ^^ ^ Wa8hlnBton , this critical juncture, Representative Qf , ^ accoun Q of Butler county, who had voted uratioi)) March 4, - pre8idential irjaug , the Northwestern Special Days DANSON & BUTLER, LAW. LOANS. LAND, Collections a specialty. Office in Gardner Cowles' new building. SULLIVAN & McMAHON, ATTORNEYS AT LAW, Office in Hoxle-Ferguson Wjok. E. V. SWETTING, ATTONEY AT LAW, Algona, Iowa. La o uer couny, uratioi)) Marc , te orwe against the bill and against the amend- line wllli on March 1 and 2, and for all roh 3 sell bolstered goods,, 3 stock; of '•;.;•• '; Goods. Oblcwo Maroh 3, sell BADE AT THORN & JONES, -UP.TO.DATE MERCHANTS You can buy more for one dollar witfc us than awy other place. HEADQUARTERS FOR COAL. ment rose In his place and being recog-1 trains nized by Speaker Byers, changed his ' *. •! fc . aij U11O »»VS» *w vv*w t v*v»~— "JL»-i V. i t vote from no to aye. to re turn until March 10, For tickets The fact that the amendment had ftnd information apply to agents Chlca- been adopted Thursday after noon caused go & Northwestern railway.—It the house to be the center of interest B UOKLEN'S ARNICA SALVE. on Friday forenoon,, and the above re- TVv6 best salve iu the world for bruises, eult was received with great applause) Out8) 8 0re9) ulcers, salt rheum^fever^oresj by tbe friends of the measure other amendment was added which enables the wholesale dealer to collect his bills from the retail dealer. The other amendment is in the following form: "But any person, firm or corpora tion, having complied with the provisions hereof, may maintain an action at law for the collection of claims and the enforcement of contracts arising AT- upon sales made in conformity witn LOOK over our large line of capes and jackets before you buy. We have some big bargains. • QJSO, L. GALBRAWH & Co. FOB the inauguration -, , Washington, D, C., March 4, Chicago/Milwaukee & St. _.. ... . way will sell special rpund'tvip tickets Feb. 82 to 28 inclusive, at one lowes WHITEAM willestaWlshtlie' 'Hide and ur Business in Algona. Will also buy ruWe? and cop) Su also prepared to cry sales on short »o ~— ™i _lTJi_t _—S- —m.1*. Mn4>Afi T A tvi nna r»T TiRH I 0. VM »«"* *• ***-»**'7 oneol tae best n^ 11 the court LUNCH COUNTER, wivo Kossutli County bank, it-class meals or lurches, . for 535 Meals and ivuohes served at all hows.' OYBTEEB . , **, by the senate » whiskey aebt will he " coUeotable by law in Iowa for the first time in more tha,n forty years. This being the situation in tbe bowse a,ll eyes will now be centered uppn the senate, in which the vote on the Pill one year ago was Bonson,... Carpenter, ae follows; Yeau—Blancbard . A. H. §HEUY & PETTIBONE, Head Stoues, gout , PevFin, i«er, Pw- fiowen, Sav , , This Hq,«pi' eiuestton will 4wavf every other pviblto question in th.e state - iug i»e •+•-*••»: . . Presbyterian Cliurcli, ",-.". Monday, MARCH 8 Jas. Taylor. , O. RAYMOND, • BBNEBT O, BATMONJ) RAYMOND & RAYMOND, ATTORNEYS AT LAW, Algona, Iowa. FREDERICK M. CURTISS, ATTORNEY AT LAW. Office over Koasuth County State Bank, Algona, Iowa. F. L.. TRIBON, M. D., Homeopathic. PHYSICIAN AND SUR&EON, Office and residence in the Boston (In the new block,) H, C, MoCOY, M, D., PSYSIQIAN AND SURGEON, Office at residence, McGregor street. PHYSICIAN AND SURGEON, Haggard'&'Peek, [Successors to Jones & Pmlth-l Abstracts, Real Estate,-^ Collections, ALGONA, IOWA, GIT WATER OR NO PAY M, 'a, KENEFJCK, PHYSICIAN AND SURQfiON, Office and residence ovey Taylor's, E. S, D, D. Office Qvef tbe State Bank, Aigpn,a, I

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