The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa on November 15, 1893 · Page 8
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The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa · Page 8

Algona, Iowa
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Wednesday, November 15, 1893
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Spencer has enlarged its > light plant. The Reporter says business of the «"°'^««^-Ji 1 i'x»*««a lor me winneoago summit; mtor is ujmated import" ,'Clark" y stands P^jj^Sr^S?!- it* - - - '• • "— *ho Cltlmes In Old Trinity. Thefe is ft delightful mystery about the Trinity chime. It is the oldest in this country, except the chime of Christ church in Philadelphia. 3ut very little is known of the history of Trinity's older bells. From the inscriptions upon them it is supposed that the five bells that at first composed the chime were ca.<t in London. One more, it is believed, cam- from England in 1788, when the> seconc Trinity church was erected. When the present Trinity church was built in 1S4.> there were six old bells in the steeple. The largest one was cracked and was sent to Troy to be recast, and at the same time four more Troy bells were b °Co'use<iuently the Trinity chime nov consists of ten bells, five cast in England and five cast In Troy. The largest weighs 8,805 pounds, the smallest ,». and the whole together about 15.0110 pounds. They are hung in such a heavy wooden framework that the full volume of their sound is never heard in the street. Even before the improvement? in Grace church, Trinity's method of ringing was considered primitive by comparison.—New York Sun. S13B.OOO for u Hook. The Vatican library at Rome, celebrated for its thousands of valuable books, contains a copy of that most valuable of all books, the Hebrew Bible. Years ago, in the time of Pope Julius, about 1512 or 1514, a most remarkable na'de for this Biblical treasure. • (1 suppose the company'was mtR^-.vnuwn us a "syndic-ate" at that .. tiiiie) of rich Jews was formed for the purpose of getting the Bible out of thf hands of the Catholic hierarchy. They made many offers, all of which were refused, capping the climax by offering its weight in gold. As the weight of the book ia exactly 825 pounds, that offer was considered as being equivalent to $!&>.• 000 of United States currency.—Plain, delphin News. ._ Public Notice Extraordinary. We wish to-announce that from this date we will meet all comers at our office for the purpose of supplying them with money in any amount, from five dollars to ten thousand, on any kind of security from a boot-jack, race horse, town residence, or a am. ixing the Terms of Court for the Several Counties in the Fourteenth Judicial District of Iowa for the Years 1804 and 1805. It is hereby ordered that the terms of the the several counties of the Tlio Fntlier of Pharuoh'H Who was the father of pharsinliV daughter? What was his name'.' The word pharaoh was simply n title.. ;uul the phrase "pharaoh's daughter" jovw- no more information than "the kmgf daughter" or "the lord's daughter. Three pharaohs of the name of Thot mes, three of the name of Amenh-i-f, and two of the name of Bumesi-s h.-iv,- had their names advocated to be the father of the princess who rescued tin- infant Moses. There is a controversy going on about it—a controversy revived by the Rev. Professor Heckler at thy congress of orientalists in London. Killed tho Cat. Several years ago a farmer and his wife were sitting opposite each other at u kitchen table in a storm. A eat was K-in" beside them on the floor near the stove. The lightning struck the chimney over the kitchen, came down, and whirled the table about without injuring either the man or his wife. It struck the stove, passing off by one ot its legs, which was melted, killed the cat, and finally went off into the well by way of a nail in the floor.—Exchange. Some Dress Good*. The dressmakers of the reign of Louis XV announced that, among other costly goods, they had for sale sad frieudV color, doe's belly, scratched face, rat color, fading flower, dying monkey, "ladsome widow, lost time, dead alive, sick Spaniard, mortal sin, common harm and chimney sweep.—St. Louis GHobe- Demoorat. Over State Bank, Algona. DRUNKENNESS, Pit THE UQUOtt HABIT, Cured at Home in Ten Days liy Administering Pr. Hninofl' Golden Spcclflo. It can be given in a glass of beer, a cup of coffee or tea, or in food, without the knowledge of the patient. It is absolutely harmless, and will effect a permanent and speedy cure, whether the patient is a mod erate drinker or an alcoholic wreck. Ithas been given in thousands of cases, ami in, every instance a perfect cuee has followed It never fails. The system once miprcgnat ed with the specific, it becomes an utter m possibility for the liquor appetite to exist Sures guaranteed. A 48-pnge book of par Honiara free. Address the Golden Specifi< Co., 180 Kace street, Cincinnati, Ohio. Helps for Hard Times. Christinas presents for nothing—handsome and valuable ones, too. This sounds good these hard times, nnd the problem scorns to linve been solved by the Weuklv Pioneer Press of St. Paul, Minn. An examination of their extensive premium supplement, just issued, shows a I Kuw ami tempting assortment of elegant premiums offered to subscribers. . The premiums lire all sent post P ald nrul are guaranteed to he as represented. The Pioneer Press is one ot the best weekly papers in the country and has a lai'"'C circulation. , Send postal card for free sample copy and premium supplement, to "The Pioneer Press," St. Paul, Minn. Make hay while the sun shines, and PRESS HAY whether the sun shines or not. . . • R. H. Spencer specified, viz: Buena Vista, at Storm Lake, January 8, AltoatEmt S burg > er , m l SO Aueust 17, November 12. 'Sossuth, af Algona, March 5, May 21, October 2, December 10. Buena Vista, January 7, March 4, August 19, °HumboWt, January 20, April 8, September 12, May 7, September 23, , January 7, March 25, Septem- January 28, May 20, October 14, D Emmet January 14, April 15, August 20,. °PatoAlto. February 11, April 20, August 20, N ICossuth', 1 March 4,_May 20, October 6, De- ordered that of said terms of court the judges of the district will hold the several terms within below their respective names In the following table, to-wlt: Buena Vista Humboldt .. lay •••• aena Vista. •ocahontas. lumboldt .. lay ickinson Emmet •alo Alto •ocahontas. Cossuth Dnena Vista 'ocahontas. Humboldt Jlay 1804. January., [anuary., rebruary March.... March — April May.... .. May August . August September January... Fanuary. . February . Vlarch Mai'ch April October — October.... 22 November . November .11 . .25 .. 8 . 7 .20 May August,. ..20 August .. ..20 September 10 October .... 1 October ....21 November . 4 November .18 December.. 10 has something that will be o interest to every man who wants A Hay Press or who has any notion of buy ing one in the near future; se him and let him give you a Pointer on Presses. There is good money to be made in pressing your own hay, but see me before you buy a Pocahontas.. Emmet Dickinson — Palo Alto Kossuth Emmet Palo Alto Kossuth Buena Vista. Humboldt. . . Clay Dickinson . . Emmet Palo Alto. .. GEO. H. CAItH. "T8SH January. . January.. . January. . February . March..., . Anril 1805. January .21 ..20 April. ... May August September 10 September "4 October n " October November .1J IDecember.. " January .. January. . February March — April .... April. 7 14 28 11 4 ,15 ,30 .20 ^ u .. ..19 September 0 September 23 October —14 October .... 28 November .11 iDecember.. Ap May August.. ueceinuei.. » ^c^>^*.*««* • • -- ss ..IDecember..10'December.. 0 iFwituess whereof we, the undersignec!, tne udges of said court, have hereunto set our i^ds the :>d day of Septemlgr,^. D. 18(W^ . !OM LOT THOMAS. OEIGINAL NOTICE. ^CoS^SSKlS^^^ Lutis, 'and Chester F. Lutz against Lydia Lute Elizabeth R. Lutz and Cyrus A. Lutz. To said' defendants: You are hereby notl- fled that a petition of the plaintiffs in the above-entitled action is now on tie in the of- tire of the clerk of said court, claiming of you tt?e partition of the south half of the northeast cmniter. the northeast quarter of the north- eastouavtev, and the north half of the south?L 1 X ?"!,,,;o,.\f section Thirty-four; also the AHiCTi I'eoultarities of a C4.ul Mine. A coal uriue near Manchester lies at the great depth of about 1,000 yards, and the boring presents the curious phenomenon of passing down from one seam of coal to another one 400 yards geologically higher. This is due to a rev«ne4 fault, by which -the aenma are thrown tato this remarkable relative position. At the bottom of the wine the temperature ia 84 degs. Fahr,. which is unexpectedly low. and the biroiaeter stands three tachea higher than at the eurface.-New York Telegram. press. R. H. SPENCER. Urn ed in them: and unless you appear thereto and defend on or before noon of the second lay of the next December term of .said district court, to be bogvm and holden at the court house In Algonu, In said county, on the llth av of December, 189H, default will bo entered against you and '™Plaintiff's Attorney. Other abstracters have pooled. We're not in it. We have been in the business for 22 years and don't.have to sell, but are here to stay. Our work is GUARANTEED and will be done at living prices. ADMINISTRATION NOTICE. Notice is hereby Riven that tho undersigned has been appointed and has qualified as admin istrator of We estate of O. E. Palmer, late of Kossuth county, loa., deceased. All Persons in any manner indebted to said estate will make Mediate payment to the undersigned; and watost the Bald estate law . w. H . t , Administrator. ADMINISTRATION NOTIOE. ate of Kossuth county, Iowa, aeeeasea. an sns&ffiE 1 ^^ T EGAL BLANKS- «$S^^^^3&« & ^ THE STANDARD FORMS. ^^?ffi?$tiffi^&'SK TOWNSHIP PLATS SIX INCHES SQUARE j ance Number, 18 Q3. t You find these at The Upper Des Moines I uaieu im»* ^ . £ J ALMBB| Aain i n tstrator. office. Prices are right. » uv

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