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THIS tPPEK i)E& MOlNfiS: ALGOtfA, IOWA, WDNESDAY, JtJLY 6, 1898* Special Our Special Sale this week is on AND- Parlor TaUts John Cronin. Undertaking and embalming. ,' ' Residence one and one-half block east and five blocks south of store. , ' ADVICE ABOUT KLONDIKE SOME FACTS WOETH HffDIN(J OUT Wetmore Truss THIS TRUSS MURDERS Met I WEAR THE WEIMQRE TRUES A truss embodying the sym- plicity and durability of all other trusses, and yet unlike any of them. The most simple truss ever made. Is practically indestructible—wears forever. Made on strictly hygienic principles— no cumbersome springs to pass around the body. It gives perfect freedom of action without the slightest movement of the truss. Does not take one-half the pressure to hold the rupture that the old styles take. Holds the rupture easily, yet firmly and surely. It stays just where it is placed. The cheapest high-grade truss yet produced. It is absolutely guaranteed to fit and hold the hernia with comfort, or money refunded. Don't buy any other truss before trying this For sale and guaranteed by W. J. Studley, PHARMACIST, Boston Block, ALGONA, IA. has demonstrated ten thousand times that it is almost infallible FOR WOMAN'S PECULIAR WEAKNESSES. Irregularities end derangements. It has become the leading remedy for this class of troubles. It exerts a wonderfully healing, strengthening end soothing influence upon the menstrual organs. It cures "whites" and falling of tho womb. |t stops flooding And relieves sup« pressed and painful menstruation, for Change of Idle It to the best medicine made. It is beneficial agngncy, and helps to _—o >—4rea into homes barren lor years. It Invigorates, etimU' l»tej, atrengtbeng the whole 'all remedy IB peered men.' Why will women ,.. » . My woman jjuffer another minute wits certain reHel wjtbln *eacfe» te of O&rdui only coot* fl.OO per M. 13. Schlclcher, Just Home Prom Alaska, Gives Indside History As to the Gold Region. GARNER, July 4.—Many people are anxious to learn something of Alaska since the discovery of gold on Klondike river, and having obtainedsotne knowl edge of this country during my receni visit there I will endeavor to give to the readers of THE UPPER DES MOINES a brief description of it. My advice to the person contemplat ing a trip to the gold fields would be to consult a physician and determine Whether or not there is anything the matter with his heart, as a great number of people get faint in that regi6n o! their anatomy before they get.over the trail which leads to the h.earf of navi gation. The Garner company, of which I was a member, starte'd from Tacoma on the 7th day of March and landed at Dyea, Alaska,, >6n the 12th. At this time thousands of people were arriving and we found it difficult to get possession of bur outfits after they had been unload ed. However, three days' work found us with most of our belongings on the banks of tho Dyea river. Before we start over the pass I must give you a description of • Dyea as it was on the 12th of March. For many years there has been an Indian village where tho town now stands, also a trading post. Since the first of September, 1897, a booming place has sprung up, in which every lino of business to be found in an ordinary country town is well represented. The actual residents at that time numbered, I should judge, about 2,000, I will not ask tho reader to follow the Garner company over the trail, for we were seven weeks making the trip. Eight miles from Dyea you will find a village called Cannon City; nothing there but restaurants and bunk houses. Four miles up the canyon Sheep Camp is located, and this is a stopping place for everyone that goes over the trail. About ten thousand people were camped there during the months of April and May. The next moye is to the Scales, the foot of the famous Chillcat moun tain. It is about two miles from Sheep Camp oyer tho roughest part of th pass. There are two very long, stee] hills to climb. While the trail was in good condition a horse could haul four hundred pounds on a sled up these hills, but a large part of thefreight was taken up with a block and tackle. The slide which occurred on April 3 was at this point. One hundred men were buried in the snow, and seventy-two o them were dead when taken out. Two tramways are in operation on the mountain taking freight up by means of a cable, run by an engine. The Chillcat mountain is twenty-eight hundred feel high and so steep that a rope is strung from top to bottom so that people can guard against falling backwards. Men who are accustomed to the work will carry one hundred and fifty pounds up this mountain and make five trips in a day. The rate is H cents a pound. From the summit to Lake Linderman, a distance of eleven miles, tho trail is good and people usually make the round trip in a day. A good dog team will go from the lake to the summit and return with six hundred pounds on a sled in about ten hours. The country is very rough, but the weather is not nearly so severe as is generally supposed.. A number of people died on the trail last spring—some with spinal raenengitls, others with pneumonia—both caused by exposure. On my way back from the lakes I stopped at Skaguay and was much surprised at the improvement made since the time we arrived there. About three thousand people are making this place their home, and have everything strictly up to date. The town has a good water system and a fine electric light plant. A railroad is now being built from Skaguay to Lake Bennett, and the promoters of the enterprise hope to have it in operation by Dec. 1. After that a trip from Algona to Dawson City in eighteen days with ease and safety. I believe the country has been greatly overestimated, and that ninety per cent, of the people that have gone to Alaska to dig gold will return with one thousand dollars worth of experience. M. E. SOHLBICHEH. Very Low Hates to Omaha, Neb,, via the Northwestern line. Excursion tickets and exceptionally low rates to Omaha, and return (affording a visit to the Trans-Mississippi and International Exposition, Omaha, and the very attractive exibit of this company) will ba sold, account of National Republican league meeting, to be held July 13-15. For dates of sale, etc., apply to agents Chicago & Northwestern railway.—-It ^__^^.^_^^_^ THE Chicago, Milwaukee & St. Paul Railway company will sell excursion tickets, account of Trans-Mississippi exposition, Omaha, frpnj June J to November 1, 3898, at one and one-third fare for the round trip, limiting return coupon 30 days from date of sale.-HUt5 TENTH triennial national council of Cong^egatioeal churches at Portland, Oregpn, July 7-12. One standard first class 80-day limited rate for the round trip, eelUpg July J anj & BREAtHE PURE AIR, Th« Necessity For FIlHntt the i.vng8 ftt Each inhalation. Breathe pure air alwaya In the lungs a most important physiological process occurs. It is from here that the blood laden with oxygen is seat to all parts of the body, giving off along its course its oxygen and taking up carbonic acid gas, which it brings at last to the lungs, when it is cast; out in expiration. More oxygen is talkeu in by inspiration and the same process is repeated. So let your breathing bo full and deep, going to the very bottom of the lungs in order that all of the blood in them may receive its full amount of oxygen before again starting upon its tour of distribution through the body. Cati one use anymore forcible argument in favor of loose clothing than this? It is absolutely impossible to secure plenty of oxygen if 'the clothing is worn at all tight; and oxygen is a food which the body must have always in abundance to keep well. The air leaving the lungs is laden with that deadly poison carbonic acid gas, which if given off in a close room when no provision is made for its escape and tho entrance of pure air soon renders tho air utterly unfit to breathe. Perhaps some night you will find yourself unable to sleep and tumble restlessly about in bed. When this occurs, go to an open window and inhale tho fresh air, breathing slowly and deeply. A few minutes of this and you con return to bed and probably will soon be sleeping quietly. What has happened? By its restlessness the body was asserting its need of more oxygen. Now you have given it what it so emphatically asked for, and it is quiet. We got as much uneasiness and disturbance from tho want of this food as when we do not oat enough, only the symptoms are not so well understood nor recognized so quickly. Always keep your mouth closed and breathe through your nose. Thon tho air is warmed, slightly moistened and largely freed from particles of dust, so that when it enters the lungs it does not irritate them. A condition often mot with by physicians is anremin. In this trouble the patient is pale, lifeless looking, tired vnd generally used up, often without )eing able to tell distinctly how she loos feel. Sometimes these patients say that they have not enough blood. It is really only an element of the blood ivhich is wanting, but that is a very mportant one—namely, the red blood corpuscle. When you know that it is only those corpuscles which have tho power to take ip and carry oxygen, you see at once how important it is that the blood should not ba lacking in them. Good, wholesome food, plenty of it and well digested will give you the corpuscles. Furnish them with the oxygen and the body will have an important element toward health.—What to Eat. We Want The Ladies to know that we are now more fully prepared than ever before to supply the wants they may have in Fine Millinery Goods. The styles for '98 are pretty, indeed, and We can show you everything in the very latest. The safest plan is for you to call and see for yourself—we will assist you—we are sure we can please you in everything, not excepting the price. Matson & McCall. THE Tremendously Increased IS s !ff AMBxMbltlamt Wealth. Thl: Year Pre— jentlng Pree to Its nii- •••'.lions of Patrons THE COUNTRV. Displaying tJtXi- the Public Hlfthw'v ?«J£: Requlrlngf 05 Double Length Cars (Equal to 13<yOfdlflflryCiiM)to Transport It, 1.OOO People to Conduct Md People Present It, IOO Cages and Char- lots for Its Men* agerle, and Over 40 Horses In its Bicycles Repaired, Lawn Mowers "»'•'-"» Sharpened, Saws Filed. J. L. EDMONDS, ALQONA, IOWA. Two doors south of U. D. M. office. ONLY GREAT IG SHOW EARTH r m w\*..i iL*iii^Wh3 STREETCARNI 1 VAL Jnnd RIO NKW Tho Mnnt Hrjornious Visions o« Beauty "(an %"' Jeur ;;ivcr Conceived by - ft! fff 63 P SvVd * . PROCESSIONAL i ORTRAYAL o« the J'AMOUS ENGLISH DERBY DAY, tHz\ English Society the Derby Races, Mag- Has, T-Carts, Drags, Brakes, Carts, Spiders, Coaches and all Tanner of Swell Turn-Outs. Section 21 - WARFARE IN THB PUNJAUB, HERDS OF WAR ELEPHANTS, HARNESSED TO CANNON, ESCORTED BY flOUN- THE SOUTHERN CROSS. Changing Position In the Heavens of This Celebrated Constellation. If Job were to rise from the dead and look upon the heavens, says Professor T. J. J. Se« iu The Atlantic, he would see the constellations related to one another as of old, but he would find that the pole had shifted its position among the stars, and if an immortal could witness the grand phenomenon which the precession of the equinoxes produces in about 12,900 years he would find the heavens so altered that the former aspect could be recognized only by an understanding of the changes which had intervened. As Humboldt justly remarks, the beautiful and cele' -ated constellation of the Southern Cross, never seen by the present inhabitants of Europe and risible in the United States only on our southern coast, formerly shone on the shores of the Baltic, and can again be seen in that latitude in about 18,000 years. The cross will then be visible on the shores of Hudson bay, but at present it is going rapidly southward, and in a few thousand years will be invisible even at the extreme point of Florida. In like manner the brilliant star Oa- nopus in the constellation Argo, situated some 87 degrees south of Sirius, is now visible in the southern portion of the United States. In about 12,000 years it will cease to rise even in Central America. From the same cause, if Ptolemy were to again look upon the heavens at Alexandria, he would be unable to recognize Alpha and Beta Ceutauri, which he easily saw and catalogued in the time of Hadrian. At present these magnificent stars are just visible at the pyramids, near Cairo, and in a few nore thousand years they can be seen jy dwellers on the Nile only in upper Egypt. CTsus. .^. Oxr, Painter, Paper Hanger KALSOMINER, SIGN AND CARRIAGE PAINTER. Postal card orders will receive prompt attention. JAS. A. ORB. PROFESSIONAL. > ^~*-^ > ^'^^^*^>«X-XX^X-^rf^w^V^^^^X^^V, CLARKE <Sc COHENOUR, ATTORNEYS AT LAW. Office over First National bank, Algona, la. E. H. CLARKE, ATTORNEY AT LAW. Collection agent. Boston block. DANSON & BUTLER, LAW. LOANS. LAND. Collections a specialty. Office over Galbraith's. NOTED FEtfURES A SHOW ALWAYS AT THB HEAD AND THIS YEAR ACTUALLY DOUB. LEO IN SIZE. . . . TWICE AS ftANY NOTHING LIKEIT EVER SEENBElCTRE Will positively exhibit afternoon and night at Algona, Tuesday, July 26, •^"Reserved numbered seats and admissions show day without advance in price at the E. & F, drug store. . Section 18-COnPLBTE AND SBPA- RATK CHILDREN'S FAIRY-LAND PARADE. Sections 14, 15, 16, 17 and 19 ACCURATELY VCCOUTRBD PAHBD . MILITARY ORGAN!- ZATIONS OF THB WORLD, Including a ~ npnny of KAISER LHELM'S FAMOUS ' REQIHENT OF iDRAGOONS with Re| nowned Band Playing on Horse-Back. 2.0 More Glorious Sections. 30 IN ALL. TION THROUGHOUT ALL THB LEADING r.i-riRS OP . — - EUROPE AND NOW SEEN •""•••n FOR THB FIRST TIHB VVTTH ANY TRAVELINO CIRCUS IN AMERICA. THE MOST WONDERFUL FOREIGN FEATURE EVER INTRODUCED INTO TENTED AMUSEMENTS IN THIS COUNTRY. IN EUROPE, WHERE THBSB MARVELOUS ELEPHANT ACTORS WBRB TRAINED AND PER- FBCTED, THEY HAVE CREATED A HOST UNPARALLELED SENSATION, EVEN ROYALTY ITSELF BEING AN IN- i TERBSTED SPECTATOR. THEIR LUDICROUS COMEDY PLAYS SO NEARLY RESEMBLE AND DEPICT THB ACTIONS AND MOTIVES OP HUMAN BEINGS AS TO SURPASS THB IMAGINATION IN CONCEPTION AND ELEPHANTS A5 EVER SEEN BEFORE. Twice As Many Wild Animals, Twice As Many Chariots, Twice As — . Many Cages, ^^*« Twice As Big a Circus, And TWICE AS BIO. A SHOW THROUGHOUT. SULLIVAN & McMAHON, 'ATTORNEYS AT LAW, Office in Hoxle-Ferguson bl jck. E. V. SWETTING, ATTONEY AT LAW, Algona, Iowa. He Put His Foot In It. A woman's club that invested in a clubhouse not long since was much igaiust its will obliged to employ men aborers. The architect was a woman, jut it was found impossible to procure women carpenters, masons and plasterers. One day shortly before the comple- ion of the structure a workman who was employed upon the roof made a misstep and thrust his foot through the >eautiful but not yet dried ceiling of the auditorium. Just at this time, too, t number of club members chanced to be in the building, and their emotions at the sight of the pedal extremity pendent from the ceiling may be better imagined than described. The man was iventually rescued and the hole mended, mt the patch still shows upon the ceil- ng, and as the first vice president puts t, "Well, I knew that if a man had anything to do with this club he would >e sure to put his foot in it. "—Chicago Tribune. J. O. BAYMOND. B. V. HEED. B. O. BAYMOND Raymond, Reed & Raymond, ATTORNEYS AT LAW, Office over Durdall's store, 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 and residence in the Boston Block. (In the new block.) Time by the Forelock. "Ma, can I go pyer to Sallie's house and play a little while?" asks 4-year-old p olly. "Yog, dear. I don't care if 'you do. " "Thank you, ma," was the demure eply. "I've been. "*-koiadou Fun. H. C. McCOY, M. D., PHYSICIAN AND SURGfEON. Office at residence, McGregor street. PHYSICIAN AND SURGEON, Algonfif Iowa* M. J. KENEFICK, PHYSICIAN AND BUR&EON. Office and residence over Taylor's. DR. MARGARET E. COLES, Homeopathic Physician and Surgeon. Office and residence in Boston Block, ALGONA, IOWA. DENTIST. A. L. RIST, D. D. 8. Local anaesthetic foi deadening pain iu gums when extracting teeth. PR. I. A. Drugs and Medicines. Full assortinent always on baud of drugs, suet) Clues, and pure liquors (or medicinal purposes paly, The Upper Des Moines' L PREMIUM OFFER. In order to increase our already large list of subscribers in Kossuth county we have hit upon a novel plan, and one that we are sure will prove acceptable to all that become acquainted with it. THE UPPER DES MOINES, it will be granted, fully covers the local field, and we want all to secure the benefit of our splendid picture premiums. We have secured the services of several wide-awake young men to make a thorough house-to-house canvass of .Kossuth county to present our liberal offer and take subscriptions. They will call at every home and place possible, and we are sure you will be glad to see them, for they will show you the finest specimens of large CRAYON AND WATER COLOR PORTRAITS you ever saw, and if you subscribe for THE UPPER DES MoiNES, or already a subscriber, you will be entitled to one on our premium terms, to be made from any good photograph or tintype you wish. The Portraits are Real Works of Art, and hand-worked, not cheap prints, such as you may have been offered before, but true likenesses of yourself or friends, such as you will ever prize. Remember these portraits wili be oftered free of charge, as the only expense you will be asked to pay will be the regular subscription price of .THE UPPER DES MOINES a year in advance and the slight cost of the materials for the portraits and actual expense of shipping and delivering them. We are able to offer fine portraits on these superior terms on account of our large contract for them and by reason of the advantage in having a large increase to our subscripiion list. Remember this offer will 1 be only temporary, as it will involve a heavy expense. Look through your albums and select the picture you want enlarged. AH are invited to call at THE UPPER DES MOINES office and see sample portraits. THE UPPER DES MOINES. LOOK TO YOUR EYES. _^™^-.~ Opthalmic Optician. The most difficult cases of children a specialty. Do your eyes ache, smart, water, become inflamed, or pain in the eyeball, orbit, temple or forehead,? If so you should consult a competent optician, with the latest scientific method of correcting all errors of refraction. Examination and consultation free. Oflloe over E. J, Gllwoi'e's store, Algoua, Iowa. SHELLY & PETTIBQNE, MARBLE Head Stones, f Monuments, A.^^pjfsT^., SP.|®~See us belore you contract,

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