The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa on September 6, 1893 · Page 1
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ESTABLISHED 1865, ALGONA, IOWA, WEDNESDAY, SEPTEMBER 6, 1893. VOL, XXVIII-NO. 24. GREAT ^d SMALL- -They all point to the 1 Iff Large Assortment of- Lace Curtains, Opaque Shades, Curtain Poles, Carpets, etc., Just received by . L. &ALBMITH & CO. Special Reduction In prices of ... ^ Fine Stationery STUDLEY, The New Druggist. 0. L. LUND. J. J. RYAN [Successors to 0. L. Lund—Established 1880.] REAL ESTATE DEALERS We wish to announce to the readers of Tire UPPEH DBS MOINES that wo have extraordinary facilities for tho selling of farms and unimproved lauds In northern Iowa, and we invite all who wish to dispose of their property to call on us at our office in Algona, or to correspond With us. J|3^°As soon as spring opens we have a large number of customers from the eastern states who are ready to come out and secure a piece of Iowa soil at reasonable rates. We believe in fair dealing, and if you want to sell your property don't waste any time in listing It With US. Yours respectfully, LUND & HYAN. «£§ CO " Undertaking and embalming will always receive careful anc perspnal attention. Prices are reasonable, THE WEEK'S IOWA NEWS. Frank Clarkson, the 19-year-old son of R. P. Clarkson of the Register, while out hunting Monday accidentally discharged a gun, the whole charge of shot going through his arm just below the shoulder. He was in the' wagon coming home and noticed that the gun was slipping down under the front seat. Reaching his left hand down he took hold of the gun and pulled it up. The tiammer caught under the seat, or in some way unknown to the young >rnen, and slipping off discharged the gun and the entire load passed through his left arm, about four inches below the shoulder, breaking and shattering the bone 'or two inches in length and lacerating ihe upper muscles of his arm very severely. It is thought the arm may be saved as he has a healthy, vigorous constitution. • Over 300 fast horses were on the Mason City race grounds yesterday. The big races last this week. The state fair big days are tomorrow and Friday. " The Last Days of Pom- II" is drawing big crowds, and the exhibits on the grounds are said to be fine. _______ Sept. 20 and 21 have been set apart as Iowa days at the world's fair. On September 20 Gov. Boies, his stall and military escort, with speakers, invited fuests and ladies will make a parade .hrough the park to the Iowa state milding, where a reception will be ;endered to Gov. Boies, to which the oreign commissioners, United States commissioners, board of management of the exposition, national board of ady managers, members of the state boards, etc., will bo invited. This reception will be from 2 till 4 p. m. The morning of the following day will be given to exhibition drills and probably an inspection of the Iowa Agricultural college cadets by the governor and Director General Davis. At 2 p. m. there will be a grand concert by the :owa State band and in the evening a special grand display of fire works by Fas. Pain & Sons. The world's fail- management has made all the courtesies necessary to make the Iowa days successful. Other features will be announced later. The governor has accepted the invitation to speak, and at east a part of his staff will accompany iim, but there will be no militia. The cadets from the agricultural college and two companies of ladies from the same place will represent the state in a military way. ________ The Milwaukee railway company las been sued for 530,000 on account of the death of an engineer, Jas. Richmond, who was killed in a wreck at Dubuque in 1891. A Dubuque doctor has sued a local ougilist for $3,050 for an assault. The 63,000 is for his injured feelings, $5 for dislocated necktie, §5 for his collar, WO for his medicine chest, epsom salts, etc. According to the Ottumwa Courier an Arab peddler walked into the depot at Ottumwa and asked for a ticket to liicago. The agent was just making out the ticket when the peddler tendered in payment a brilliantly colored covering of a tomato can, which had been passed on him for a ?10 bill. He was much surprised when he was informed that the gaudy paper was worthless, and it was with difficulty that the ticket agent made him believe that he had been " taken in." The annual meeting ["of the Upper Des Moines Baptist association opened yesterday at Jefferson; It will last four days. On Monday at the Minneapolis & St. Louis depot in Humboldt Arthur Robinson, aged 10 years, tried to jump on to a moving freight train, but lost his hold and fell under the wheels. He had the top of his head crushed, besides being othorwise-terribly mangled. The shell game proved seductive at Humboldt Monday. Sanger & Lent's circus was there and drew a small crowd. The circus didn't pay, but the shell game attachment took in lots of money. It is astonishing how these old worn-out fakes flourish. SIOUX PITY AND ALGONA. Two Now Investment Compaulos in the Ifleld—Algoim Ahead as to Capital. The Sioux City Journal of Aug. 31 has the following item of local interest Articles of incorporation of the Iowa Investment and Trust company have been filed with the county recorder. They provide that the company, which will have a §500,000 capital in shares ol $100, shall do a general trust company business. It may commence business Sept. 1, 1893, provided 100 shares o: stock have then been subscribed, and shall continue 20 years. The board of directors of the com' pany shall consist, until the first Mon^ day in Septem.br, 1894, of C. L. Joy, T, A. Black, Gep. C. Call, T. C. Leggett, A. F. Call. The officers shall be: C. L. Joy,presldent; Geo. C. Call, vice president; T. C. Leggett, secretary; T. A. Black, treasurer. A Groat Succou. "I hear you took the west by storm," "Well, I should say so. Why, the first time I got on a cable car half the men offered their seats, the other half tried to pay my fare, the conductor gave mo n pass, and tho naotormnn camo in and proposed to me."—Life. Old Time Precocity. French children of the lost century hud no kindergarten schools. Perhaps if they had had them they would have declined to attend them. Certainly it would have been a daring teacher who would have recommended blocks, pink and blue kindergarten papers and the like to tho notice of Mile. Necker, oven in her early infancy. This young lady, who afterward became the famous Mme. do Stael, composed tragedies at the mature age of twelve years, Tho aristocratic little French girls of the period began writing their memoirs at a tender ago because that was tho fashion of tho time. They were taught elaborate manners and tho art of conversation, and at tho age of eight or ten years they dressed and appeared very much like their mothers. Along with social graces they were also taught how to be excellent housekeepers. One may conclude that Mile. Bambouil- let led tho ranks of brilliant children, since her remark to an nnapprcciativo elder became famous. Tho subject of dolls or play or some trivial matter of that sort had been introduced for her benefit, and she said: ''Oh, no matter about that,' grandma. Let us talk politics. I am seven years old now."—Youth's Companion. Why Thorghatten Hugo Halo Through It. Thorghatten, the famous Norwegian mountain, has a hole extending entirely through it from one side to the other. According to a Norwegian legend this same Mount Thorghatten was once a hat and belonged to one Thorg; hence the name Thorghatten. It seems that in the mythical ages & giant and giantess fell violently in love with each other. They were forced to part for a time, but vowed that they wpuld marry in the near future. Soon after, however, the fickle woman pledged her troth to another. This angered her giant lover to a degree unknown to modern men of smaller stature. He was seventy miles from her when the oil's brought the news; but, selecting a good arrow, he shot it in her direction. Now it happened that her brother, Thorg, was standing in direct line of the arrow's flight. It went through his hat and skull, killing him instantly, and fell Harmless at the feet of the faithless giantess. She had the power of turning all objects into stone, and forthwith willed that her brother's hat become a stone monument to the tragedy. The cruel lover was turned to stone where he sat astride his horse at Hestmando, and the giantess herself petrified at Lecko. The two latter objects have dia appeared, but Thorg's hat (Thorghatten) is still the object of many curious pilgrimages.—St, Louis Republic. Dividing the Swag. The prisoner was in the police court for stealing a pockotbook and a shyster interviewed him. "You want a lawyer to defend you, I suppose?" ho said insinuatingly. "I'd as soon have one as not," replied the prisoner, "if it doesn't cost too much." "Well, I'll only charge you ten dollars." "Thundoration!" exclaimed the prisoner; "there was only eleven dollars in the pocketbook, and you don't want more than half of it, do yovi?"—Detroit Free Press. What Constitutes u Writer? The question now agitating the Writers' clnb is this, What constitutes a writer? A certain lady recently demanded admission to this club of literary women on the strength of having sent in various things to Punch. The venerable jokist had rejected her efforts, it is said, but the club officers were assured on the writer's own authority that her articles were infinitely superior to the things he did print every week.—London Letter. Cotton Uruwiug In Southern Uussin. Cotton culture in South "Russia, which was initiated some time ago by the minister of imperial domains, is now giving promising results. The earlier attempts failed through the ignorance of tho cultivators, but since tho Kherson school of agriculture took the matter up the propagation of American cotton seed has proved entirely successful. — London News. Langdon & Hudson, Leaders in . . . . Flour. New Stock, Low Prices, Free City Delivery. * -Highest Prices for Country Produce. Great Special Sale. Clearing the season's surplus of LACES AND EMBROIDERIES, Commencing immediately, and continuing until stock is closed. Now is your chance to secure ELEGANT NEW GOODS in season, at closing prices. Come early before the assortment is broken. —THE GRANGE STORE. When looking- For a cook stove or range, remember I handle the.... Garland, Also Heath & Milligan Paints, Iron and Wood Pumps. Please call and get prices and look my stock over. T- FARM LOANS. Having secured the agency of the New England Loan and Trust Company, I am now prepared to make farm loans on five to ten years' time at the lowest possible rate, with privilege of partial payments before due. Office over Chrischilles' store, Algona. S. S SESSIONS. JULIUS PLETH. List your Lands with me if you want to make a quick sale.. Scientists have discovered, it ia said, that the memory is stronger in summer than in winter. -Too much food, too much physical exercise and too much education are among the worst foes of the memory. The beautiful Cleouice supplants all brunette rivals in the heart pf her roy&J lover, and to do so she had only to veij her pearly teara by the shining go] * " her hair. " OFFICE OYEH ALGOJfA STATE SANK. FARM LOANS MADE From 5 to 7 Years at 7 per cent. YOU WANT TO KNOW Whom to get to do your painting, paper hanging, kalsomining, etc.? JAS, A. ORB IS THE MAN, And he taltes this method of telling the public that he is ready for the spring business In that line, and will guarantee satisfaction every time. Consult him for prices—you know his work is first class. Ho gets the latest fashions iii decorations and wall papering from Philadelphia every month. Shop on Call Street. We are making. LOANS ON REAL ESTATE OfflOJB OVElt JAS. TAYLOR'S STOKE, ONE DOOlt EAST OF fOUTOFFWE. Hoxie & Brunsoa, PR, L, A, SHEETZ, Drugs and Medicines. £7;* DO YOU WANT AN AUCTIONEER?

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