The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa on March 30, 1898 · Page 3
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Algona, Iowa
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Wednesday, March 30, 1898
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The original and only prep- |>aration especially adapted to the • present needs of the human family; * that which makes the blood pure and i^elean, as shown by its thousands of ? wonderful cures of dreadful blood jh diseases; creates an appetite and genres dyspepsia, as shown by its i "magic touch" in all stomach trou> fblcs; steadies and strengthens tho Inerves, as proved by people for- rly nervous, now calm and self' possessed, thanks to Only those Who have been relieved of great suffering can fully appreciate the gratitude with which the testimonials Overflow written in favor of Hood's Sarsaparilla. Just read this: "C. I. Hood & Co., Lowell, Mass.: "Gentlemen:—"My first experience with Hood's Sarsnparilla'wns when I used it as a tonic nnd spring medicine. It did me so much good my faith in its merits beenme very strong, About two years later I had & running sore on my foot. It developed into erysipelas and affected the entire limb. At that time I was Very Much Run Down* as I had been troubled with dyspepsia. The drain on my system was so severe and my stomach was so weak I became a ready Victim of malaria. 1 feared I could never regain my health. My stomach rebelled at the simplest food, and the medicines prescribed for me gave but little relief. I sent for a bottle of Hood's Sarsaparilla, and I had taken this medicine but three days when I began to improve. Continuing with it, I am now better and stronger' than I ever expected to be. It has purified my blood and given good circulation. I hove had no return of my old troubles sin e." MBS. W. KAKB, Media, Pa. Hood's Sarsaparilla is The Medicino For You Because of what it has done for others because you ought this spring to take that which will do you the most good, ME WIFE OF A CitV tN A VOLdAffO* ONE OF GOTHAM'S MOST POPULAR WOMEN. (torn* i.lffl of the r.rfwt Cuhith SpondC—AU H«ir Hopes Ate Centered In the -SUCCCBH of the New Republic of Cnba. 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"R Perfect Type of the Highest Orderof Excellence in Manufacture.'' After lighting at Waterloo, Victor Baillot was discharged from the French army at the age of 22, because :ho doctors said he was a consumptive. He survived the doctors over half a century, and has just died at La Roche, aged 105 years. •To break up the gum-chewing habit among her pupils, a schoolteacher in Pleasanton, Kansas, forced all who had um in their mouths to-disgorge. Then she sprinkled each wad with quinine, and made them resume their quids. A floral emblem, embracing the magic figures 4-11-44, was reverently placed on the coflln of Henry Redd, who recently died in Chicago. Mr. Redd was noted as a policy player, and the floral VISITED WESTERN CANADA. Breakfast Absolutely Pure, Delicious, Nutritious. , ..costs less Than DUE CEHT a Cup.. Be sure that you get the Genuine Article, made at DORCHESTER, MASS, by . WALTER PAKER & CO. Ltd. ESTABLISHED 1780. 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The bride and groom were Mr. J. R. Ishee and Mrs. M. J. Hastings. His age is 85, and hers is 70. Among the witnesses were several great-grandchildren of the contracting parties. The flnest looking people of Europe are the Tziganes, or gypsies of Hungary. Physically they are splendid specimens of men and women, and are rarely ill. So pure is their blood that their "wounds quickly heel without the applications of medicaments. A sudden tug at her dress frightened a lady in a Pittsburg street car. She screamed "Pickpocket!" and pointed out the man beside her. He -was innocent, however, but it was his lobster resting in a basket on the seat, that had been plucking at the lady's dress. Two painters were giving a brilliant coat of red to Lawyer's^ Wott's house in Middletown, N. Y., Wott's next dooi neighbor, Henry R. Horton, objected to such a glaring hue, but his objections were unheeded. Then he turned the hose on the painters, and now he is defendant in a suit for $2,000. A boarding house was opened in Green Bay, Wis., by Mrs. Kittle Spofford, and she was heard to express a wish that all she needed now was a cow. A few days later her bell was rung, and on going to the door the end of a rope was placed in her hand. At the other end of the rope was a cow, a present from her friends. A pawnbroker in France is spoken of as "my aunt," in'Efigland, as "my uncle." The drivers of vehicles in France take the right side of the road; in England, the left. A Frenchman eats an oyster out of the hollow half of the shell; the Englishman out of the flat half. The French soldier wears red trousers; the English soldier a red coat. What might have been a tragic railroad disaster was prevented by a locomotive engineer at Halle, Saxony. While out for a stroll, he discovered a broken rail, and exerted himself to stop an approaching train. The railroad directors thought the man should be rewarded, and they generously voted him two marks, a sum equal to fifty cents. Professor J. B. Smith, the entomologist of New Brunswick, N. J., has been experimenting with the pupae of insects, and has produced several curiosities—combinations of insects of two distinct species in one body. Some of these have two heads and no tails, others two tails and no head. He thinks it is passible to combine a mosquito with a firefly, so that the mosquito can wander around with his lantern and select his vicitim with the aid of light. Colorado Gold Field. Colorado is the banner g-olcl-protluc- ing 8 ate in the union. Production in 1897 over $30.000,000 This year promises to exceed »ao,000,000. New strikes are being made every day. Nothing like it since the days of '49. Would you know all about these things? Then send twenty-five cents for a six- months' trial subscription to the "MINING-' WGRLP," an eight-page illustrated weekly paper. Regular subscription, $1.00 a year. The newsiest mining newspaper iu the world. Address "World," P. O. Box 1011, Denver, Colorado. The hero of two women must die and be wept over in common before they can, app •'•ciate one another. Report of J>oli>j;ntfK Scut from to Aliinicda District. The following letters have be e n selected from a large numb e r of those sent by delegates to report on Western Canada to their friends in Michigan, and as a result of which hundreds of people expect to leave this spring for the Free Grant Lands of Western Canada. Alameda, N. W. T., Aug. 31, 1897. Dear Friends of Sag'inaw: — Those desiring to secure a good and sure home will do well to take our advice, and examine the land in the neighborhood of Alameda, as we know that everyone who sees this land will be agreeably surprised. Before seeing this land we were partly in doubt as to moving here, but after looking it over we at once decided to make our home here, and we beg those of our friends O woman in the Cuban colony In New York is better known and loved than Mrs. Callxto Garcia, wife of the dauntless Cuban leader. Tall and of commanding presence, her fine, expressive face shows traces of the severe experience thathas fallen to her as the wife of a man who has from his youth been a soldier, a fighter and a leader of men. Like most Cuban women, Mrs., Gacia is eminently domestic, fond of her home and family, and even her keen interest in Cuban affairs has not led her into any active public participation. She lives quietly in a cheerful tip-town street, and devotes herself to her children, and waits with the courage of a Spartan for the day when Cuba shall be free and her husband and father restored to his family. But Mrs. Garcia herself knows full well the horrors of war. She was with Gen. Garcia during the ten years' war. She, with some women relatives of the general's family, the children and trusted old servants, attempted the plan of keeping quarters within reaching distance of the general, and yet beyond the reach of the .enemy. Their house was burned over their heads al- :U>VE Axil oLORi. who are desirous of securing farms, not to let this chance slip by, as the soil is of the 'best and the water can not bo excelled. The finest wheat we ever saw is also raised here. We shall return home in haste, straighten out our affairs,, and move here at once. Yours truly, (Signed) WILLIAM GOTTOWSKT, ALBERT MAI, WILLIAM RIEDEL, Of Saginaw. Winnipeg, Man., Sept. 10, 1897. Mr. M. V. Mclnnes, Chief Colonization Agent, Detroit, Mich. Dear Sir:— We are pleased to state to you that we have found the country in the vicinity of Alameda fully up to what you and Mr. Keller had represented it to be. It is, in fact, an ideal location for mixed farming. The soil is the best we ever saw, and as the farmers were all busy at threshing, we had an excellent chance to see its productive quality, which cannot be surpassed anywhere. The cattle could not be in better condition. We saw two year old steers equal to three year old raised in most places, and these, as are all others about Alameda, were fed on native hay in winter and herded in slimmer. As we had previous to this visited the Northwestern States in behalf of a large number of farmers, to locate suitable land for mixed farming, we are now in a position to say that the Alameda district of Western Canada surpasses them all. The country is equal to that about Thuringen in Germany. We were rather sceptic before starting, and our intention was to settle in spring, if we were suited, but we have now decided to move at once; that is, as early this fall as we possibly can. We left Mr. Riedel at Alameda, and take back his report, and we will take his family and effects with is when we go. Yours sincerely, (Signed) ALBERT MAI FRED GOTTOWSKI, Ludington, Mich., Nov. 1, 1897. M. V. Mclnnes, Esq., Colonization Agent, Detroit, Mich. Dear Sin—We have just returned from the West, and Wattr CUREYQQMIIF!, t)8g B|g e for iiauaturftj or sent in pj»in wrapper, liy expreae, Brepftla._ fo? fo.90,ar m* Clean Woo4 inftKes a cienu skiu. No beauty without it. Cascarets Oaudy Catlmv- iio cleans your blood and keeps it cleau, by stirring up the lazy liver and dri viug all impurities from the body. Begin to-day to banish pimples, boils, blotches, blavklieaas and tbatsicfely bilious cottjple^ion by taking Oawarets,—beauty for ten «euts. AH drug gjsts, gfttisfftotioa £Uttrtmteed, 10, 26, Gw Intellectual indifferences do iiot cause except when yery uuintellect e behind tbena. were exceedingly well pleased with the country. We are going back to take up our homesteads in early spring. We received $35 per month and board working for farmers, aud the board was the best we ever had—the beef and mutton especially were excellent. The fine flavor is owing to the fine grasses which the cattle and sheep feed upon. The people are very hospitable, and treat their hired help with much kindness. The grain is much heavier than here; wheat being 62 Ibs. to the bushel; oats 48 Ibs., and barley often 55 Ibs. Any man with a good team and money enough to buy provisions and seed for six months can become rich there in five years, Many people who arrived there five years ago with little, or . nothing, are well off now. One man 1 met held his wheat from last year and was offered $16,000 for this year's crop and what ho had held over from last year, and is holding at $1 per bushel. Wfs are going back in the spring to work for this same farmer until seeding, after which we will homestead between seeding and harvest. We think we will settle on the Manitoba # Northwestern R. R. You can refer any one to us for this part of the country, while we are here, and we will cheerfully answer any questions which Anyone may wish tP ask. Yours truly, (Signed) CHAS. HAWLEY, JOSEPH P.OLA. There are 2,86,00,0 persona In i ed profeeeipne in Italy, MRS. GEN. GARCIA, most a score of times. Time after time they had to flee at a moment's notice. Sometimes they were hungry, sometimes they went without food for days at a time, save a few mouthfuls, feeding the children on such delicacies as roots to keep them from starving. A price was set on Gen. Garcia's head, and Spanish spies tracked him when he went to visit his wife. A reward was offered for Mrs. Garcia owing to the assistance .she and her family were giving to the cause. While matters stood thus a |on was born to Mrs. Garcia, and when the infant was three days old they were surprised at night by the Spanish and fled for their lives. Handicapped thus capture was inevitable. They were taken to Havana and were prisoners of war for months, Finally they were released and sailed for Spain. HOW "TITUS" WAS WRITTEN. Mrs. KliijfBley Says tho Story Came to Her In u Drciviu. "Of 'Titus' it must be saUl.that it was the result of the belief of my mother in me," says Mrs. Florence Morse Kingsley, telling in the Ladies' Home Journal how she came to write ''Titus, a Comrade of the Cross." "A favorite uncle wrote to me that such a book was wanted, and said, 'Write it; you can do it. 1 I did not bolfeve that I could, but my mother insisted. 'You can, it is in you; write the book. It will be a success.' That year I was a very busy woman, for I had a young son, and 'Titus' was written with many interruptions. I would go off to write a chapter, be interrupted by a baby voice, drop my pen, rush downstairs to see whether there had been an accident of any sort, or whether my little folk were having some special good time in which they wished me to join. While writing 'Titus' I forgot all about the possibility of its being a success or failure; only I grew to love the story. And yet it came to me in an odd way. The hours were so fijled Th* Plctnrcsqnc nnd Pccnllftr liland ttt Sabn, In the West, Indict. If you will look on the map of the West indies you will notice between the islands of Santa Cruz and St. Christopher two small Islets which, unless your map Is ah unusually large and complete one, will have no names gives, says St. Nicholas. These two islands belong to the Dutch, and the most northerly and westerly o! thetn is called Saba. ftte Dutch are noted for their odd and quaint customs and for their perseverance, Holland being sometimes called the "land of pluck," but I doubt If anywhere in all their possessions have these curious people shown their flueer and eccentric habits to greater advantage than in the little out-of-the-way Island of Saba. The Island is small, its greatest diameter being not over two and a half miles, and it is nothing more than an isolated mountain top rising out of the sea. The sides are very steep and high, rising In places for a sheer 2,000 feet. There is no harbor, no beach, no safe anchorage and no large trees on the Island. Although Saba has a population of over 2,800, yet you might sail all around it without seeing any signs of houses or settlements, if you wished to land or "go aboard," as the Sabans say, you would have to do so on a shelving rock on the southern side of the island, and here you would find a steep, winding flight of stone steps leading up the rocky mountain side. Following these steps, which number 800 and are called "the ladder," you at last reach the top of the mountain, and. looking inland, see a small, grassy plain, covered with neat white, red- roofed houses, the whole surrounded on every side by towering peaks and precipices covered with beautiful tree ferns, bamboos and wild plain-tains. This little town, the only one on the island, is known as the Bottom, a curious name, surely, but it is .well named, nevertheless, for the plain on which it is built is nothing more than the bottom of the crater of an extinct volcano. Descending the slope into this queerest of queer towns, yon find the streets simply narrow paths walled with stone, higher in places than your head, while every inch of earth is cultivated with true Dutch thrift and industry. Here and there small patches of sugar cane, yams and arrowroot are side by side with beans, corn and potatoes, with palm and banana trees rising over all. The population consists of whites and negroes in nearly equal numbers, while the blue-eyed and tow-headed children play with black- skinned and curly haired pickanin- nies, but all are Dutch in speech, manners and looks. The houses, shops, gardens—everything is Dutch. MRS. DAN1EU MANNING. Young Henry was as brave a you.fh As ever graced a gallant story; And Jane war fair as lovely truth, She srtgh'd for Love, and hi! tot Glory! With, her h-fs faith he meant to plight And told her many a gallant story; lll war, their coming joys to blight, Call'd him away from Love to 1 Glory! Yoilng Henry met the foa with Jarie followed, fought! ah, haplcs* story! In man's attire, by Mehry side, She died for Love, and he for Glory. — T. GAINED 22 POUNDS IN 6 WEEKS. Prom the By-Standtr, Macomb, III. Alderman Louis W. Ciunp. of ottr cfty, lias quite astonished his friends of late, by afemai-kftblegaifainweight. Hehasgaiiiad 22 pounds in five -weeks. Those of bis friends who do hot know tho facts of his sickness will read with interest the following: "I -was broken downinhottlthnnd utterly miserable," said Mr. Camp to onr reporter, "t was tumble to work much of the tiitt*,' and so badly afflicted with a form 6f stomach- trouble that lifewasavorltablenightninre. "1 tried various remedies, but during tbe. six months of my sickness I obtained no. relief. I hnd always been a4-obtist,bealthyi man and sickuess boro heavily upon me. "About two years ago I was advised to try Dr. Williams'PinkPills for Palo People. I purchased one box and received so much benefit that I Used five more and was entirely cured. I gained twenty-two jiuumfa in five weeks. Since I stopped taking lh» pills I have scarcely had an ache or paiu. Interviewing the Alderman. "Dr. Williams' Pink Pills restored me toj health and I most heartily recommend) them." L. W. Camp on oath says that the foregoing statement is true. W. W. MBLOAN, Notary PuWic. Following is the physician's certiflwit* as to Mr. Camp's present conditon. I am a regularly licensed physician ot\ Mncorub, McDonough County, 111. I have i very recently examined Mr. L. W. Cniup as j to his geueral physical condition, and Hutt! the same to bo all that could be desired, ap-< petite and digestion good, sleeps well, atut- has all tho evidences of boing in a good] physical condition. BAM'L RUSSELL, M. I). • Subscribed and sworn to before me tuis 80th day of September, 1807. W. W. MELOAN, Notary Public. We women miss life only when w» have never met the man to reverence. Mrs. Daniel Manning of Albany, the new president general of the National Society of the Daughters of the American Revolution, is the widow of the late Daniel Manning, who was the secretary of the treasury during the first administration of President Cleveland. She is in every way competent to fill the high position with which she has been honored. During her residence in Washington her fine presence, her graceful carriage, her graciousness, her tact and her kindness won for her a love that was continuous with her acquaintance. She has blue eyes, chestnut hair and a gentle, handsome face. Mrs. Manning was born Mary Margaretta Fryer and her ancestors on her father's side were Dutch. On her mother's side she goes back to Robert Livingston, first lord of the manor of Livingston, to whom was given the original grant. Among her more famous ancestors are Philip Livingston, who was the second lord; Colonel Peter R. Livingston, Governor Rip Van Dam, Abraham de Peyster, Olaff Stevenson Van Several important changes will b« made in the Traffic Department of the Baltimore and Ohio Railroad Company on March 1st. J. A. Murray, the present Coal and Coke Agent, will be given the title of General Coal and Coko Agent of the entire system, with headquarters afc Baltimore. William L. Andrews will be Assistant Coal and Coke Agent for the 1'itts- burg District, with headquarters at' Pittsburg. . E. T. Affleck, now Coal' and Coko Agent for the lines west of the Ohio River, with headquarters at Columbus, will become Assistant Coal and Coke Agent for that territory. Mr. Andrews is well known as Private Secretary of Receiver' 1 Oscar G. Murray and came to the B. and O. when Mr. Murray was appointed Receiver. Mr. Affleck has held his present position for a number of years and Mr. J. A. Murray was formerly private secretary to ex-Trafiic Manager Frank Harriott. These appointments are in the nature of promotions and it is believed will very materially strengthen thai, _ branch of partment. the B. and O. trattic dix up that I seemed to have no time to think, but I have always been in the habit of waking early, and when the sun was just rising those lovely summer mornings it seemed as though the story of 'Titus' came to me in a dream and as if I were compelled to write it." Origin of the Dahlia. Tho recent organization of the American Dahlia society has served to call renewed attention to the beautiful flower for whose cultivation tho society was formed. Professor Harshberger says that, botanically speaking, the dahlia is an American genus confined to Mexico. When the Spaniards first visited Mexico, they found the dahlia cultivated in the gardens of the natives. It was first grown in Madrid in 1789, and in England Jn 1790. In the early part of the present century horticulturists began to produce the brilliant variations in form and color of the dahlia which, as Professor Harshberger says, "seemed almost like new creations." More new varieties are likely to be produced in consequence of the fresh interest in the plant. MRS. MANNING. Courtlandt and Colonel Peter Schuyler. Mrs. Manning's home in Albany is one of the stateliest in that city. A Japanese girl, Qnoto Watana, haA, a story of the Japanese war in th« American Home Journal. TO Washington and UuHlniore via the Monoii Route. There is not a pleasanter or more picturesque routo from Chicago to AVashmg-, ton and Baltimore than the Monon, via Cincinnati and the B. & O. S, W. and B, & O. Railways. Thetrain service of tlaslina. is comfortable and convenient, consisting' of through palace sleeping cars andj coaches, The time of leaving Chicago is, 2:45 A, M., but the sleeper is ready |pr occupancy at any time after 0:80 vv M;'' 1 TW s i route traverses the garden section, ofi southern Ohio, and passes through tho his-! tor jo section of West Virginia in th,Q.eye-| uing and down the beautiful and tradition.) ladeu Potomac valley in tbo early morning,, arriving at the national capital at 0:47 aua| Baltimore 7:55 the next morning- 'X'ttteii altogether it is a most comfortable atid restful journey, a tour of education, thatf, once taken will never bo fogotteu, and tll» oftener repeated, tbe wore enjoyed. FlUXK J. liBEU, General Passenger Ag^ut, Difference between the old and tlia new woman: The former studied hep neighbors, the la,tter studies herself. Tho Eruption of a VoU-uno In Java. A private dispatch from Java states that a serious eruption occurred of the volcano Lamongaug in the district of the Probolingo residency, westward from' the Jang mountains. The eruption was causing great damage to the plantations, and 400 acres of the gov- ernment'estates had been destroyed. A panic has seized the population. -The amount of personal losses sustained has not been reported, Lamongang is 1,550 meters high, and has been »n active volcano since 1859, although no serious eruption has been recorded hitherto.—St. James Gazette. Au Bilson—That new cook of yours is a very handsome woman, isn't she? JUsen—You bet she is. Why, a}l she has to do is to smile at the potatoes and tUoy are mashed. Vh>h Wintering in Mud. Tbe ituperintendent of the Missouri State Fish Hatchery was recently surprised, pn draining off a ppnt} contain* ing bass, to fln.4 -y^y few flab in }t. At flwvt theft W&jl $W})«ota& }>Ut investigation In a condUii tev Home Seekers' On April 5th and 19th, 1898, tho Chicago, Milwaukee & St. Paul R'y will sell round trip excursion tickets (good 31 days) "from' Chicago, Milwaukee aud othev points on its line, to a great many points in Houtu aud North Dakota, and other western uu4 southwestern states, at greatly reduce^, rates. Take a trip west aud see what au amount of good laud can be purchased tor tho least mouoy. Further iufovmutlou a* to rates, routes, prices of farm Umds., etc,, may bo obtained ou application to uuy co-ipon ticket ttgenV or by lublrogsuu; thq following uameflperaaus: W-' JiJ, Powell, Gou'l Immigration Agent, 4W Old Colony Bids?., Chicago; H. F.Hunter,Immigration Agt. for Bouth Dakota, 3W Deijrbovn St., Chicago, or Gewge H. Heaftord, Ueuery,! Passenger Agent, Chicago, IIUupi$. The Bninej-pr pf phina—-And all trouble results from the attack on qovnaan miesioewles? LI Hung Cbang—Appaj'satly. 1 soon as Kal&er WilheUn bea)'4 Qi Attack pu tb,e m^slonaries b,e goj;

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