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THE UPFEK DES MOlNES: ALGONA, IOWA, WEDNESDAY, NOVEMBER 3, 1897. RAILWAY TIME CARDS. ^^^j^S^s****^***^*^****^****^^^ CttlCAUO, MILWAUKEE & ST. PAUL. IX5CA1, TRAINS WEST. No. 1 departs at 9:05 u^ No 3 departs at 3:58pm Freights that carry passengers- No. 83 departs at 10:45 pm No.71 departs at 3:20pm No 65 departs at 8:30pm " TRAINS EAST. No 2 departs at 10:45 a m No I departs at 6:28pm Freights that carry passengers- No. 15 departs at 10:10 pm No.84 departs at 2:20pm R, F. HEDRICK, Agent. CHICAGO * NORTHWESTERN. ing and evening. Morning theme, "Professing Wisdom—Possessing Folly." Evening lecture to young people. Theme, "Courting Your Mother." All are invited. Hobart is going to keep up its reputation for first class social amusements this winter. The Algona orchestra will play for a series of club dances. Last winter the Hobart parties were as large, as well managed, and as stylish as any the orchestra had. WATER MAIN EXTENSIONS. WILL RUN TO THE FAlE GBOUNDS, Go City Council HnS Decided on This Course-Will Be a iMgr Thing for the Fair Society. At touch less than old regular prices. Do not forget us. We are bargain givers. We cart save you money. SPECIAL SALE FOR NOVEMBER on the following goods: Freight 11-.00 am pass «T :0 J! aln Mixed 11:69 am 7:64pm North- Mixed 7:05 a m Freight 11:59 am Pass 2:41 pm ••"•"H p m :15p. Mixed 10:28 lXfstt »» ' iu: * V "* "J-AJvcu AW .*" Arrive at Des Moines at 12:15 p. m. t 6 and 1:20 a. m. g g ^^ A THE LOCAL FIELD, Mavo next Wednesday evening. Take a look in at Coan's new furniture store. Goeders offers a list of bargains this week that are bargains. Wheat, good for flour, is worth 80 cents at the Algona mill. The Sterzback-Cady orchestrabegins its winter season next week, having a coat of Mrs. Walter Stebbins is serious attack of pneumonia. The new mill is getting a paint at the Milwaukee depot. Seats for Maro on sale Saturday morning, prices 50, and 35 cents. Judge Quarton held court Monday and naturalized some new voters. Bobinson's hardware store has some second-hand stoves for sale cheap. A little daughter came to the Howard Robinson home Thursday morning. The thermometer was down to 20 above election morning. It was chilly. An alleged case of rape in Whilte- more is liable to be in the courts soon. The school board met Monday oven- ing, but did nothing beyond allowing hills. Dr.Garfield is quite poorly these days, being confined to his bed part of the time. Rev. D. M. Yetter will soon move into the old Buell honse in the south part of town. Wra. Bossingham is using crutches these days, tho result of a badly sprained ankle. Geo. Smith, who has been sick for five weeks, was able to get out to tho polls yesterday. Market prices are improving. Oats are worth 15* cents, wheat 75, barley 16, corn 15, flax 90 cents. Hogs $3.25. D B. Avey is located in his new store and has his stock about arranged. It is a central location and a fine store room. The sermon at the Congregational church next sabbath a.m. by Rev-. C. C. Otis, will be followed by communion service. The ladies are taking advantage of the special prices on shoes at Brownell's. Brownell has a very full line of very fine shoes. E G Bowyer's boy was playing Saturday evening and fell into a barb wire fence. His lip was cut through, and his face scratched. No ono who delights in the mysterious will miss Maro next Wednesday evening. He stands among the best as a slight-of-hand manipulator. Judge Quarton's next court is at Estherville. F. M. Curtlss has three cases and E. V. Swatting one, all growing out of Lund deals in Emmot. Rev. Otis is creating a very favor* One of the coming attractions is a home talent minstrel show that is slated for Dec. 13 at the opera house. Twenty young men are in it and will give a full-fledged minstrel show. It will conclude with a very spectacular spectacle entitled "The Ruins of Greece." The road trouble that at one time occasioned considerable feeling in Union township is settled. The supervisors closed a road supposing that it was unused and expensive to put into usable condition. The Union people, however, wanted the road, and the matter is so arranged. Music lovers should keep the Ottumwa male quartette in mind. They cotno Nov. 26. Rev. Gunsaulus of Chicago says of them: "I have had the great pleasure of listening to the Ol- turawa Male quartette, and I do not know when I have heard such rich and sweet music. They present a very artistic program, and are a delight to the ear of ono who loyes good music. Dr. Morse has a letter from his Klondike cousin, Frank Denamore of Auburn, Mo. He tells the doctor that if he has a fair practice he had better stick to the pill boxes. He has been a miner 23 years and don't consider the $30,000 he brought from Alaska a very big haul for that length of time. Ho The city council decided Saturday evening to extend the water mains from McGregor street to M. B. Dalton's, every resident along the line but one agreeing to take water. This will enable the agricultural society to run a pipe over to the fair grounds at small expense, and will be a great saving to The council also condemned a lotpf bad sidewalks. THE UPPER DT3S MOINES can point out some more ought to be in the list. $5,000 WORTH OF that writes that the mining claims aro all taken, and that the chances aro that the crowds now going cannot even got work. "The Evolution of Dodd" written by Wm. Hawley Smith has doubtless boon read more than any other pedagogical books in this country. Dr. Edward Everett Hale of Boston says: " ' The XVeV. VJlilH lo UI C(HJi"5 '" . «'j ----- ble impression in his evangelistic work at the Congregational church. .The meetings will continue this week. Geo. Dutton, son of the late David Dutton and formerly a resident of Rockford, 111., is married to Nina Thorson. THE UPPER DES MOINES joins in congratulations. 'Squire Raymond dismissed the prosecution against Wiltsey, the alleged adulterer The supreme court's reversal of the former verdict practically let Wiltsey go free. Chas. Plumley has bought the -Stewart billiard hall, and is going to keep a nice, clean resort. Charley can do t Stewart's time is wholly taken up with his pop factory. The public schools have a band ami the scholars march to good music. Walbillig plays the cornet, 'Niooulin the clarionet, Reed the snare drum, and Yetter the bass. A man who has been working with the Tlmckery hay pressing outfit let the press run over his leg Friday and cut it open. He came to town and Dr. Morse sewed him up. Algona's annual chrisanthemum show comes next week Thursday and Fi day, It will be a fit mate to the art exhibit. EvSybody should Degih to enthuse over the sacred flower of Japan. TheEpworth League and Christian Endeavor societies have engaged the Smith &Snowden Tenneseeans who will appear at the Congregational church on Thursday evening, Nov. 11. The Algona agents have not yet received instructions about issuing interchangeable tickets good on any- railway, it is doubtful, however, if the change will be of advantage to any but traveling men. At the meeting of the W. L. A. b. Friday afternoon Mrs. Emily C. Dodge will tell of "Spanish Supremacy in the Netherlands," and current news will be given. A good attendance is desired at the business meeting. Oct 26 was a good day for marriage licenses. Aug. Gehrtz and EUrida Post, Henry Hawley and Jane Pink, Fred Wagner and Matilda Kuckner, Calvin Ross and Bertha Noeldner were given permit to wed on that day. The Knights of Pythias are going to give the dancing party of the season •fhe night before Thanksgiving, It wiU be recherche, and more too. The too* orations, refreshments, and everything will be all that art and money can provide. Evolution of Dodd' has mo'ro wit and more wisdom regarding public school work than any other book I know." Mr. Smith lectures in Algona Saturday evening, Nov. 20, on " What to Road and How to Read It," under tho auspices of the high school, Mr. Albright, who was recently wed to Mrs. Kate Muyne of Plum Creek, had his honeymoon interrupted by an untoward 'Occurrence Saturday. He was driving some cattle across tho bridges west of town when tho center bent of the center bridge went down, letting his cattlo through. They wore not injured but Mr. Albright will have a bill against tho county for mental anguish they suffered. They lire not the only ones who have hud mental anguish on those rickety bridges.. Mrs. Fred McCall has been sick for two days with a light attack of pneumonia. This morning her husband on arising left her apparently sislcop in bed. After cleaning up about tho house, etc., he went to the bed room to see about waking her and found hot alrendy growing cold in death. Hear failure was tho cause and she pussec away peacefully in sleop. Mrs. McCal was' 45 years of ago, a nieco of D Hine's, and leaves live children. She was much esteemed by a wide circle o friends. Tho loss in a crushing ono to to her husband and little ones. Thei bereavement will bring sorrow to every home. John J. Curtis, Mrs. L. J. Rice father who has been in Algona Severn, weeks visiting his daughter, died sud denly last night at 9:30 o'clock of con gestlon of the bowels. Ho lived a hour after tho attack was first not-iced. Mrs. Rice has not yet recovered from her recent illness and is still confined to her bed. She is prostrated by tho blow. Mr. Curtis was 77 years of ago, and lived at Green Castle, Ind. He had bought a lot near the Rice home and was planning to build in Algona. He was an estimable old gentleman, and had made many friends in Algona. The remains will be taken oast and will be buried at Lowell, Ind. All Algona will join in sympathy with the bereaved relatives. You cannot always tell whether your goods are all wool or mixed goods. It makes no difference if you use Putnam Fadeless Dyes. They color everything. Sold by E. & F. drug store. City Council Proceedltitts. ALGONA, Oct. 30.—City council met in regular session at city hall, Mayor Chrischilles in the chair. Members present, White, Vesper, Dingley, Slagle, Paine, Chapin, and Sayers. Absent, McMnhon. Minutes of tho previous meeting read and approved. Moved and seconded that tho following approved bills be allowed and warrants drawn on tho treasurer for same: Algona Milling Co.. coal... ;; Sj>0 85 J. D. Clow & Sons, lead and supplies.... 81 IS) Same, repairs ' oj> Same, supplies • • ;- ,L" Spurheck & Lambert, supplies «j M Walker Uros., oil J" »" A. Y. McDonald, supplies 41 •) W.H. Horan, salary *» 00 Wm. Miller, lighting lanips -2000 f A^mS^Tulu'^aud'tUe:: »£& ^imamr&HSrtfbufuUng'sidewalk:::: j 80 L. Horan, salary, etc..... «« •>" VV. H. Horan, for ditch diggers 00 07 G. H. Lamson, police ' * "" S. Henjamln, same » «" D W. Holm, luuulng i -„ N. Grounmvil, blackmnlthlng -i ;jy W. H. Baldwin, hauling •><> F. S. Norton, lumber rfn M. Richardson, repairing » »" j. W. Koblnson, hardware » <» W. V. Carlon. street work r>4 »0 J no. Paul Ltimber Co., lumber 20 or, A. H. Naudaln, coal it uu Ayes, White, Vesper, Piiino, Slagle, Chapin, Sayers. Noes, none. Carried. The following resolution was read: Be It resolved by tho city council of the city of Algona, Iowa, That warrants of §500 eiich to tho nmount of $2,000 be issued for llio purpose of: extending water mains, and that the mayor and city clerk bo authorized to draw the same and tho city treasurer he empowered to negotiate for their •Moved and seconded that the rosolu- ion as road be adopted. Carried. Moved and seconded that tho mayoi be empowered to engage a competent urveyor to survey a route for the sowoi rom Haggard's corner to the river Carried. . . Moved and seconded that the petition )f W. J. Lang et, ill, bo referred to the street and alley committee. Carried Moved and seconded that H. A Paine 1)0 appointed a, committee of on to investigate tho advisability » opening up Minnesota street east blockSl. Carried Bo it resolved by the city council o Algona Iowa, that the walks along th north side of block 21, Call street, th east sido of lot 1, block 3, tho south sido of block 44, tho oast sido of lot 8 in block 44 tho oast sido of lot 8 in block 83 of tho original plat, Algona, Iowa, and tho walks along the south side of block 89 Call's addition, the west side of block 88 Call's addition, and tho west side of block 73 Call's addition, Algona, Iowa bo condemned, and the city marshal be instructed to notify the owners of property abutting said walks to rebuild tho same within live days from tho dale of said notice. Moved and seconded that the resolution as read be passed. Carried. Moved and seconded to adjourn. Carried. . J. L. DONAHOO, City Clerk. CLOTHING For Men and Boys. Overcoats, Fur Ooats, Duck Ooats, Odd Pants and Vests, Gloves and Mitts. Ladies' and ren's^ CLOAKS at much less than regular prices. Also 50 long chileren's cloaks at 50c on the Dollar. $5,000 WORTH OF Dress Goods, Trimmings, Velvets, Silks, Linings Suitings, .Flannels, Shawls, Carpets, Rugs, and Oil Cloths. $3,000 WORTH OF Underwear For Men, Women and Children, Also a full line of Ladies' Union Suits, Bed Blankets, Quilts, and i FLEISHER'S KNITTING YARN. $3,000 WORTH OF SHOES For Men, "Women and Children. A full line of warm shoes, slip pers and overshoes at Rock Bottom Prices. $2,000 WOBTH OF $2,000 WORTH OF Notions, Ribbons LACES, EMBROIDERIES, HANDKERCHIEFS, Veilings, Ties, Trunks, Valises, and Groceries. "i Prices Always the Lowest. , W E carrv a first-class stock of desirable seasonable merchandise, every dollar of which was bought before any advance, and we therefore earnestly .request you, for youro\yn benefit, to see our goods and prices. Yours truly, • • o o Maro's Wonderful The hands of Maro are at once tho hands of a musician, a painter and a magician. Ordinarily aWellme is required to perfect tho manual training for any one of these professions. Yot, here is a pair of hands belonging to a young man whoso paintings are favora- FOUND—A bottle of at this office. medicine. Call Huy . watches, sell watches, and trade watches. Come in and see us. We may be the people you are looking for. 1 ' DINGLEY & PUGH. Sign of the big watch. 31111 .CAKPETS and oil cloths at bottom prices at Galbraith's. MY residence for rent. 30 , MRS. DORMOY. THE eastern "Gold Bugs" are hun- a-rv for more Iowa farm loans. Special rates now. THOS. F. COOKE. . Farms For Sale. Two improved farms 4} miles west o Algona, 160 acres in each, for sale cheap, time to suit purchaser. Call on C. J. Dojceee, Algona Iowa.-17tf. For Sale. Hard coal heater. Pump with brass cylinder Inquire of LBNETTE W. BUTLER. FOR sale, residence property, well located. Inquire of F. H, Vesp6r.-30t4 HOUSE to Willey.-29tf rent. Inquire of J, B. Olio Price to All. Cleaning watches, $1; best main Borings, $1. AH work warranted. H E; G. BOWYER. Rev P. will preach, at tbe Sftbba.tbW.rn- Old Gold and Silver. We buy your old gold and silver. Brine 1 it in and get an estimate on it, DINGLBY & PUGH. Sign of the big watch, 31tll EIGHTEEN karat rings that (ire 18 karat, not 14 karat rings made up by some jobber and stamped, 13 karat. i PUGH. bly received by connoisseurs; who plays every variety of musical instrument with tho finish of a virtuoso, and who excels as an exponent of the art of necromancy. And what hands they are! Not large nor small, with a square palm and long, slender fingers as sensitive and delicate in appearance as those of a woman, and yet with muscles and sinewBof steel. Think fora moment of the schooling these hands have had to enable them to perform their manifold duties instantly, unerringly, deftly in response to the will of this most versatile of artists. It is an aesthetic da- light to watch his hands during ono of his soirees magigue, Now manipulating a pack of cards with a skill that seems to give life to each individual bit of paste board; now recalling scenes of sunny Spain with witching strains from mandolin or handura; now developing a seascape of charming vigor and naturalness on a sheet of blank paper and, while one watches as in a dream, with a few magic touches transforming it from calm to storm, from sunlight to softest moonlight. All of this requires the most assiduous practice, and having once brought a feat to a presentable state of perfection Maro, this veritable wizard continues a regular routine of exercise devised by him to give to his hands the necessary flexibility. A simple movement frequently used by him will demonstrate to any one who tries it how supple and perfectly controlled these fingers are. Bringing the tips of the first and third fingers of the right hand together to form a little bridge Maro curls down the second finger and darts it back and forth under the others without touching them either at the sides or at the top. Tho muscles of the firm palm are just as carefully exercised and developed. Palm muscles, ny hands is'tho .cleverer," ho said, Sometimes I think it Is the left one when I notice what it has to do in the complicated fingering while I am piny ng. On tho violin and other stringed nstrumonts it scorns to havo tho more important work to do. Yet, on the pi- ino the right hand, us a rule, is given ! all the delicate work, while tho left gets tho heavy manipulating. In painting, the right does the bulk of tho duty and in magic the burden is about equally divided. Every successful magician has to bo ambidextrous, as a matter of necessity, so 1 uso both hands equally well in till ordinary employments like handling tools or throwing ajmll. PEBSONAL MOVEMENTS. Mrs. Hudson is in Eatliorville visiting friends. Gardner Cowlcs was a Burlington visitor a week ngo. Mrs. J. L. Jones of Valparaiso, Ind., is visiting her undo, L. J. Rice. Father Nicholls was down at West Union last week visiting an old friend. Mrs Rutherford and daughter Anna go to Chicago today for quite a visit. Mrs Goo. W. Inprham of Olympia, Wash., is expected in Algona Friday lor a visit. Mrs J W. Wadsworth was called to Mitchell last Wednesday by tho doatli of a niece. Mrs. Goo. C. Call wont to Cedar Fa s last week to visit Mrs. Millor, Mr. Call's sister. Mrs Edith Clarko Williams expects to go to Erie, Pa., Monday to spend the winter. A merry hulloweeii party enjoyed thorn- selves at Miss Louise McCoy's Saturday evening. . Mr. and Mrs. T. H. Wadsworth are off on a buggy trip to Mason City for a visit with friends. Mrs S. S. Sessions has gone to Sioux City for a short visit. Sho is just up from a long illness. • John G. Smith and Frank Nicoulin wont to Clear Lake for a duck hunt. They killed all they saw. Sheriff Samson loft for New York Tuesday to get ono of the escaped jail birds, who has been caught. F M Curtiss and Wm. Joslyn drove over into Emmet county last week, looking up evidence in a law case. Miss Edna Molntyre arrived Monday to stay a year at Taylor's. She has been m Colorado, but enjoys gettmgback to Algona. We are Long on Apples Just Now and can furnish them by the barrel, by the bushel, by the peck, or the handfull, as desired. Better lay in your supply for winter right now while you can get your choice of the best. No trouble about the price. That will be right. No. 8 E. State St. lames Patterson. <J . • '., •;. •; •''•'•' El'dor Yetter anti Rov. Day go to Ottum- of Epworth . wa for the state meeting uers which opens tomorrow. the program. Mrs W. B. Quarton was leag- Both are on called home For the next five months heat willl be; a XYLL a VV • * - • \t " l "-'" Y * ««--—— — —— — from Oskaloosa last week by the sickness of her boy, Sumner. He is haying a run of typhoid fever. J. J. Ryan came up to Algona to vote. He is still an Algonian. If all the republicans were as faithful, Shaw would have had 75,000 majority. Dr Paul came up from Des Moiues Monday ' He says the Yeomen havo taken in 500 members in the last month. He was up to organize a big lodge at Liverinore. A number of Algonians have been in all parts of tho county the past week. It is needless to particularize. We hope they will forgive any oversight of their names. Mrs. Geo. L. Gaibraith is visiting in Whitewater. She went from Algona to Charles City, and will visit in Milwaukee vital necessity. The old stove which you knew was out but which had to do on account of the hard times, can be replaced with a new one now. I.-have the largest line of stoves in this part of the state. I am crowded for room, and in order to make more will make a cut price on " Vj H til. IVa w»vj » «"*» •• • " and Chicago before returning, gone about six weeks. Guv Taylor is back from his r ., -i*-»i.- ca~ —I, A*-.4.] t^r* + /\ii»»i"i She will be trip to the CISeQ. UHU uovoiujjou. * t»»"4 •••-- 7 about which the ordinary mortal knows nothing, are taught to do the moat wonderful tilings, as they must be frequently called into service .during that part of his entertainment devoted to magic. Maro regards his hande much as'if they were distinct individual? wholly apart from himself. " I don't know which of Council Bluffs shooting tournament. He andMortenson of Britt brought back $30 in purses over all expenses, which speaks well for their success at the trap. w w Gilmore went home Friday aftei a pleasant visit with his brother, David He was the 'second white child born m Lee county, Illinois, his father settling theve in 1885. The Gilmores were among the flrs in. Illinois. J W Sullivan went to Iowa City las week to attend to business matters con nected with settling up his family estate He says Johnson county has had thesam kind of a campaign Kossuth has, excep that there the democrats are split up, and republican is gplug to go to the legislature and sell them at almost your own price. These are bargains and should be investigated. Tf — <"*» *"* * "rnanficbve auyer come in and look posted, if nothing more. ;he bargains in second-hand stoves, GAWBRAITH ie selling at 25o a pair. men's Second Hand Stoves at It If you are not a prospective this magnificent line, to keep will interest you. Remember J. W. Robinson, DR, L, A, SflEETZ, Drugs and Medicines, purposes oaly DR, PRESTON, Eye, Ear, Nose and Threat ps.ty t Operations, performed. Diseases treated. Spectacles fitted. ona

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