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THE UPPEK DES MOINES: ALQONA, IOWA, WEDNESDAY, AUGUST 11, 1891 If you want Good FLOUR why in the world don't you BUY REDMEN WILL POW-WOW, THEY MEET HEBE AUGUST 25-26, Preparations Well Under Way for One of the Season's Biggest and Best Entertainments. Good Flour? The Wilson Mills make the GOOD kind of flour—no other—make it every week day in the year, and sell it to the best bread-makers on the face of the earth. Strong language, to be sure, but it's the gospel truth and why not say it ? TRY A SACK. Lenette W. Butler, Administrator J. J. Wilson estate. PROFESSIONAL. ^t^r~*^**+s~**i^^^~^~*^~***>^-^~*-i^~^- CLARKE & COHENOUR, ATTORNEYS AT LAW. Office over First National bank, Algona, la. E. H. CLARKE, ATTORNEY AT LAW. Collection agent. Boston Block. DAMSON & BUTLER, LAW. LOANS. LAND. Collections a specialty. Office over Galbraith's. SULLIVAN & McMAHON, ATTORNEYS AT LAW, Offlco In Hoxio-Ferguson Mjck. E. V. SWETTING, ATTONEY AT LAW, Algona, lown. J. O. HAYMOND. ERNEST C. HAYMOND RAYMOND & RAYMOND, ATTORNEYS AT LAW, Algona, Iowa. FREDERICK M. CURTISS, ATTORNEY AT LAW. Office over Kossuth County State Bank, Algona, Iowa. F. L. TRIBON, M. D., Homeopathic. PHYSICIAN AND SURGEON. Office aud residence in the Boston Block. (In the now Mock.) . H. C. McCOY, M. D., PHYSICIAN AND SURGEON. Office at residence, McGregor street. KOSSUTH'S FAUPEE IMMIGRATION. Knrl Krutjor niid Wife Shipped to tho County In Violation of Jjnw— John Slieruinu Anlted to Act. Kossuth has a curious case. Over In the poor house are Karl Kruger and vvlf o, both past 70 years and both homesick for their old German home. They came to this country last October, and from their own story, in violation of our immigration laws, brought over by the Hanson steamship line for what was in it for them. The old couple had enough to live on at home but sold their little belongings to pay part of the fare. They have a son living near LuVerne, but when they arrived they found him unable to provide for them, and instead of now living in comfort as they had dreamed, they find themselves paupers in a strange land. They spend most of the time crying and bemoaning their fate. As soon as tho case became known to the county board it took steps to investigate and became satisfied that the steamship lino had violated tho laws in bringing them. In fact it seems that the company was unable to land the old couple at Now York and was compelled to take them to Boston. County Attorney Raymond was instructed to notify District Attorney Cato Sells. In reply a very short note was received conveying tho information that he didn't know what he could do. This roused the board a little and John G. Smith has written to John Sherman, secretary of state, giving him the particulars of the case, and also stating Mr. Sells' apparent inattention. It is hoped that the proper authorities will compel the steamship lino to convey Mr. and Mrs. Krugerto Germany again, where thoy long to go. It seems that Kossuth is now maintaining an insane patient at tho asylum that was shipped in this same way, and that became a resident in the county before the facts were known. PHYSICIAN AND SURGEON, Algona, Iowa. M. J. KENEFICK, PHYSICIAN AND SURGEON. Office and residence over Taylor's. WEST BEND TAKEN IN. H. D. SPENCER, M. D., PHYSICIAN AND SURGEON, Sexton. Iowa. DR. MARGARET E. COLES, Homeopathic Physician and Surgeon. Office and residence in Boston Block, ALGONA, IOWA. E. S. GLASIER, D. D. S., SURGEON DENTIST. Office over the State Bank, Algoua, Iowa. DENTIST. A. L. RIST. D. D. S. Local anaesthetic foi deadening pain In gums when extracting teeth. One Hundred Dollars— Is offered to any person who can duplicate the CIGAR FOR 5 CENTS. ; SCHU & WATERHOUSE, Toe Oxx, Painter, Paper Hanger KALSQMINER, SJGN AWP CARRIAGE PAINTER. card orders will receive prompt attention. A Trump Racer Comes Along and Captures tlio Hoys' Money. West Bond bit last week on tho old foot racing game. A tramp foot racer came along and agreed to go down to Livermoro, work up a big backing, and then let a West Bend man beat him. Everything worked well till the race was called, when the tramp ran away from the West Bend runner. The Gazette says: And he did not even slop after reaching the string, but ran right on,entered thebarber shop which he had used for a dressing room, skipped out tho back door, jumped into a carriage which was in waiting, and disappeared. The West Benders waited for some time for him to reappear and explain matters, and when they thought he had been in that barber shop about long enough to dress himself several times, they got anxious, and it finally dawned upon them that they were sold out and their money gone. Then it was a picnic to see them rush to the telegraph office and write out messages to" neighboring towns to arrest the sprinter, which they were not able to send on account of having bet all their cash, and the air was blue around them as they hastily hitched up their teams to give chase. The Livermore boys were real cordial as they invited them to come again when business was dull up their way. Ta, ta, there, boys. Milwaukee Excursion Hates. Excursion tickets are now sold at reduced rates to Spirit Lake and Okoboji by the Milwauke line. Tickets for the exposition at Nashville, Tenn., May 1 to Oct. 81, are sold at 80 per ce&t. of full fare. ON Sunday, Aug. 22, a special excursion train will run to Clear Lake and return on account of the Northern Iowa Musical festival (first-class talent for special concert Sunday afternoon, see flyers). Train will leave Algona at 8:28 a. m., returning will leave Clear Lake &l 1 p. m. Pare, including ticket to park, $1.25, Tickets for return frill be honored on regular trains Monday, Aug. 23.—21t2 ; - Ki of P. Meeting. On August 8 to 12 inclusive, the C. M. & St. P. By. will sell excursion tickets to Clinton, Iowa, at $11.30 for the round trip, return coupons good until August 16th, account annual session grand lodge Knights ol Pythias and biennial encampment-Iowa brigade uniform rank Knights of Pytbiae. The program for the Redmen powwow is out. It promises one of the biggest events of the year. No money or pains have been spared in preparing for it, and everybody who enjoys good Sports will do well to keep the dates in mind, Aug. 25-26. It is as follows: A Redmen pow-wow by Seneca tribe, No. 65, I. O. R. M., will be held on the hunting grounds of Algona, Iowa, on the 25 and 26th suns, sturgeon moon, G. S. D., 406, (Aug. 25-26, 1897.) Wonderful deeds of daring, tests of skill and human endurance will be features of the day. The sports and pastimes of the primitive race will be revived on a scale of magnificence never before attempted west of the Mississippi. By a tremendous outlay of wampum and labor we are enabled to present the following unsurpassed attractions at this day and age: Hon. P. C. Naevo, great sachem of Iowa, will bo present and give us a long talk at the opera house at 10:30 a. m., where he will discuss the origin, objects, and present fields of labor of tho Improved Order of Redmen. Free barbecue at noon at fair ground. Early in hot moon our hunters were sent forth to search the prairies that tho finest buffalo might be selected that a feast might be prepared for their brethren. World's champions C. M. Grimm of Clear Lake and Prod. Gilbert of Spirit Lake will shoot a contest of 100 live pigeons each. Intense interest is manifested in this match as this will be the first time these two great world's champions have mot in an individual contest. Mr. Grimm is the champion live bird shot of the world and Mr. Gilbert is tho champion target shot of the world. Great care has been taken to select the swiftest flying birds and the shoot will bo conducted in strictly professional manner. Ball game. Two red-hot nines have been selected from the tribes of northern Iowa to play for the India_n championship of Iowa. The foregoing magnificent attractions will be interspersed with tomahawk throwing, bow and arrow shooting, foot races, relay races, hurdle races, two-foot mile foot races, and other attractions too numerous to mention. Entries have been made in the above by chiefs of well known ability in their respective lines. Band music. The days program will be replete with music by the Mason City and Algona bands, the two finest organizations of the kind in Iowa. In order to defray a small portion of the expense attached to a pow-wow of this kind a small admission fee of 25 cents will be charged; children 10 cents. Grand band concert at the opera house in the evening. The famous Rainmaker's Concert band of Mason City and the well known Algona Military band have already entered for this contest and many more are expected. J. W. TENNANT OBJECTS. He Says Ills Hog Yard Is Not a Nuisance—If It Is There A.re Others. The city council at its recent meeting ordered a hog lot J. W. Tennant has in tho ravine in the southwest part of town abated as a nuisance. Mr. Tennant is somewhat indignant and denies in the first place that it is a nuisance, and asserts in the second place that if it is a nuisance then the town is inflicted with a number like it, one of tho uldermun being an offender. Ho has bought two lots in addition to what ho now owns and is going to give the city a legal tilt if it attempts to enforce its order. He published a clean, well-editided i- column quarto sheet, and had a complete job office. But the venture did not pay. Those who were anxious lor a third paper and extended to him unstinted encouragement when the project was under contemplation, were among the poorest patrons, or in other words, had but little patronage to bestow, and less influence with our newspaper patrons. Mr. Ellis' health being poor he resolved to give up the struggle and last week sold his presses and engine to H. W. Ireland of the Register, and some other fixtures to The Post. He has boxed his type and has shipped It to Ames, Iowa. That there is no demand or room for the third paper in Blue Earth City is the result of the venture. Cash Grocery, SOUTH OF COURT HOUSE, Rio PERSONAL MOVEMENTS. You can buy a crushed Java coffee for i6c a pound. A good coffee for I3c a pound. Best Mocha and Java for 3OC a pound. Best Tomatoes, per can 8c Canned Salmon, per can ioc Cal. canned Peaches, Apricots, Green Gages, Egg Plums, each per can roc Soap, a new one, to sell 10 bars for 25c. Santa Claus and Maple City,'7 bars for 2$c. We sell and deliver hay and grain. C. C. Call and Chas. Kraft went to the lakes Saturday. Lewis H. Smith is expected home from the coast tomorrow. Lafe Young will be accompanied by his daughter, Miss Nellie Young. Mr. and Mrs. Jas. Patterson will be home from their California trip today. C. II. Lewis of Irvington is planning to goto Now York for a visit this month. Mr. and Mrs. E. B. Butler expect to be back from their Minnesota visit Saturday. Thos. F. Inghntn was in town Monday on legal matters. He went to Des Moines and Waterloo. Mrs. J. R. Jones came home from Chicago yesterday. Miss Jessamine will remain two or three weeks longer. Mrs. Geo. C. Call is home from her eastern visit. She was in Boston, Portland, and other eastern cities while gone. C. E. Hughson, wife and son, come this week from Sioux Uity for a visit with Mr. Hughsou's sister, Mrs. S. S. Sessions. The school board will meet to select a teacher for Miss Campbell's room as soon as Col. Cooke and E. B. Butler return. Prof. Spencer and his family came to Algona Saturday and are now at home in the Dr. Pride house ready for the opening of school. Miss Abbio Bailey of Vail is visiting at Alex White's. She is cashier in the bank at Vail and an old-time friend of Mrs. White's. Miss Ruth Howe, who has spent a week at Harvey Ingham's, returned to Des Moines Monday. Miss Alice Hepburn will remain another week. Miss Mabel Cook, daughter of Judge Cook, visited at Judge Quarton's yesterday. She is spending some time at the farm near Ledyard. Prof. Smith visited at the the J. W. Wadsworth homo. He is secretary of the educational press assocation, and a nephew of Mrs. Wadsworth's. The Cowles-Ferguson party did not go to Duluth as was reported. They went on the boat from Chicago to Buffalo and back to Chicago again. They visited Niagara Falls while gone. Jas. Taylor was out in South Dakota last week making arrangements for an extensive cloak selling tour this fall. Ho will have two men out and will cover a large part of the state. Dowitt Stearns came from Des Moines last Wednesday and with Russell Pratt went to Spirit Lake, where they are guests at the Pratt cottage. They will return to Des Moines by way of Algona. Mrs. John Grove will bo in Algona this week to pack up preparatory to moving to Morris, Minn., which place she likes very much. Sho is quite lame at present, having cut her foot on a stone in Lake Pom De Terro, Minn. Mr. and Mrs. J. F. Nicoulin are home from Denver. They had a most enjoyable time. While gone they were in the Cripple Creek mining country. Mr. Nicoulin says H. S. Vaughn is very largely Interested in the mines there. Bert Ban- came in on his wheel from Einmotsburer yesterday. He had been visiting the Sopor boys. Ho teaches in Fort Madison, and is off on a vocation tour. He says his father is well and enjoying life in Los Angelos, Cal. Mr. and Mrs. C. O. Simpson left last evening for Chicago. Then they go to Lansing, Mich., and so on until they reach Ontario, Canada, Mr. Simpson's old home. They will be gone four weeks, and have a pleasant time in prospect. L. J. Rico and family came Saturday. They have spent the summer in Indiana, and have visited in Chicago, Milwaukee, Elgin, etc. Mr. Rice says their pleasantest time was on tho whaleback steamer out on the lakes. They took several lake trips. J, C. ANDERSON. South of court house. TO FARMERS who contemplate can furnish you a putting up wind mills: We Gasoline Pumpin nearly as cheaply as a wind mill, and if you want a grinding mill wo can furnish you one as cheaply as a geared mill. It will cost you two cents an hour to run our mill; you have no tower to climb to oil it, and you do not have to wait for the wind-to come up before you can pump. It requires no more attention than a wind mill, as you set it going and it will run till you shut it off. If you think it is dangerous ask the elevator and newspaper men. There is not as much danger from a gasoline engine as there is from a board falling on you from a wind mill, and this would not happen often. We make this as a comparison between the two machines. Call and see us before you buy a geared mill or a wind mill. A. For Sale Two improved farnie 4J Algona, 160 acres in each, cheap, time .to suit purchaser 0. J. west ol for sale Call on SEMI-LOOAL NEWS NOTES. John Ostrum is evidently making a success of his Britt tile works. The News says: On Tuesday ho opened the kiln and his experiment was an unqualified success. He found a quality of both brick and tile that are excelled by none and equalled by the product of few other plants in this part of Iowa. Samples were sent to Tho News which may bo seen by all who feel interested in the subject. They are smotth, hard and porous and of a uniform, light, cheri-y red color. Mr. Ostrum has demonstrated tho possibilities of his business in the production of a good marketable brick and tile now and will begin in good earnest to run the plant to its full capacity. His success means tho birth of a new industry at Britt and tho distribution of thousands of dollars to our laboring iiien in the years to come as well as a saving to all who will have use for those products in Hancock county. -i- -5- -r- Two months aeo S. S. Secor, cashier of tho Faribault county bank, purchased in Florida a stump of a banana tree, about two- feet in length. It was shipped by express, and on arrival transplanted into a tub filled with earth. Since that time the tree has grown nine feet in height, and put forth three leaves. The last or center leaf of the tree was not in sight last Saturday night. Thursday noon it measured a trifle over four feet in length, growing just half an inch every hour during that time. Tho earth in the tub has to be kept in a very moist condition. If Mr. Seoor can get the tree safely through a Minnesota winter, and he is quite sanguine he will have no trouble on that score, it will bear fruit in abundance another year. 4- -T- •*- * Verne Ellis has given up his new venture, the Blue Earth City Globe. The Post writes the following ooituary: Since our last issue the Blue Earth City Globe has suspended publication. The paper was started last January as an independent-republican sheet by V. S. Ellis. He is an able writer, an all-round newspaper man of ability and a flretroluss citizen la every respect. There we few men better equipped for the task of making the third newspaper in Blue Earl* °W Wf. ^ m Mr< Bradley & Nicoulin. NSURANOE. Also Land, Loan and Collection Buslness.- Offlce over Algona State Bank. Farmers' of Cedar Eapids, Phoenix of Hartford, Hanover of New York, Minnesota Fire, Minneapolis, Rockford of Kookford, Lloyd's Plate Glass of New York, United States Life of New York. GEO. M. BAILEY. A 1'oeullar Accident. Wesley Reporter: A somewhat peculiar accident occurred Wednesday morning. It appears Joe Myers was out on a hunt for the festive snipe near Sexton, and seeing one he took aim and fired. When tho smoke cleared away he found that he had not only succeeded in killing the bird, but that a quantity of the shot had taken effect in the legs and bodies of his two sons, Joseph and Isadore, who happened to be in range. Dr. Spencer succeeded in relieving the boys of their undesirable charge. Younut Man's Paradise. Emmetsburg Reporter says: Algona would be a splendid place for a bright, good looking young man to be in these days. The teachers' institute is in session there and the enrollment the first day footed up to 264. Of these 264 it is safe to say 200 are of the feminine gender. Just think of 200 nice looking young ladies in one body, and then 'imagine what a delightful place it would be for a young man with the qualifications mentioned above. Home Seelcers' Excursion. Special homeseekers' excursion tickets may be sold Aug. 3 and 17, Sept. 7 and 21, Oct. 5 and 19, 1897. Selling rate will be one lowest regular first class fare plus $2, the $2 in addition to the .one fare rate to be collected by agent selling the ticket. No extra charge will be made when tickets are executed for return passage. THE Dally Iowa Capital has issued a complete summary of the changes made in the laws of Iowa by the Twenty-sixth general assembly. This information will be of much practical value to all. Send five cents to The Capital, Des Moines, Iowa, for a copy. To Indianapolis and Return, Half rates via the Northwestsrn line. Excursion tickets will be sold Aug. 17 and 18, with extended limit to Sept. 12, at one fare for the round trip, on account of Y. P. C. TJ. Apply to agents Chicago & Northwestern railway.-20t2 CHQIOE fresh fruits every daj GROVE & S at ION'S. IT IS. EVIDENCED! 1 PEOSPEEITY. The Raise In tho Assessed Value of Kossuth Land Maries the Increase in Its Value. The Courier quotes from THE UPPER DES MOINES the item about Kossuth lands being raised seven per cent, by the state board of equalization and says: "The republican state officials have managed to saddle over a million dollar debt on the state, and taxes must go up to pay the bill. More evidence of prosperity." This equalizing of land values has nothing whatever to do with debt or taxes. It is a mere matter of getting Kossuth lands assessed at the same rate with the other lands of the state. This raise puts them at $7 an acre. Inasmuch as we know of no land that can be bought for less than $20, this is not above a third of the average value. We have no figures for other counties to compare with, but we presume Kossuth is not out of proportion. In 1891 Kossuth lands were assessed at $2,417,531. There are 599,255 acres, which would make the average about $4 an acre. In 1893 the value was $2,905,758, in 1895, $3,857,186, and in 1897 it is $3,883, 129. The steady gain has been due to the vising value of our lauds in the market, and is, as the Courier ironically suggests, an evidence of prosperity. If the lands will keep going up, those who own them, can well afford to rejoice every time it is found necessary to raise the assessment. T- H. DAVIS has farm lands, both improved and unimproved, for sale at low rates and on easy terms. The lands are located in southern Minnesota, and are as gpcd as Iowa lands and fully as productive. An improved farm at $16.50 an acre. This is a snap. Come quick if you, want it. Also some good Kossuth county land for sale, three miles from Swea City.-20t4 Low Rates to Buffalo And points east. On Aug. 21 and 22 the Chicago & Northwestern railway will make less than one-half rates to Buffalo and return at the time of the Grand Army encampment, tickets gooc returning until Sept. 20, by deposit with joint agent at Buffalo, ' " patrons of this line to extend their trip to New York, Boston, and other points in the east, and make a liberal saving in railway fares. This is the route seeded by Commander in Chief Clarkson. ?or time of special trains and other in? ormation inquire of agents. Rate from Algona, Iowa, $22.05 to Buffalo and re- urn.—20t3 NATIONAL encampment G. A. R. will bo held at Buffalo, N. Y., Aug. 23-28, 1897. The Chicago, Milwaukee & St. Paul railway will sell tickets Aug. 21-22 as follows: Rate via Chicago for the round trip $22.03, viaMilwaukee$20.43. Final limit of return ticket Sept. 20, 1897. FOR time loans on real estate apply at Kossuth County State Bank. TWINE at 61 cents son's.-17tf at G. M. John- Legal Blanks Real Estate Mortgages, Warranty Deeds, Quit Claim Deeds, Leases, Cash or Share Rent, Real Estate Contracts, Bill of Sale, Chattel Mortgages, Satisfaction of Mortgage, Grass Leases, Notes, A full stock of these are kept constantly on hand and for sale by the dozen, hundred, or in larger quantities, at The Upper Des Moines NEWS BOOK, AND JOB PRINTING HOUSE, —^—^ALGONA, IOWA,

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