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The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa · Page 8

Algona, Iowa
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Wednesday, November 1, 1899
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I; I if. t<, i !'• i. • Hot my content Irou are not in aw yon?" no, ancle, HOW coaid 1 be I don't know any one." That's so. You didn't have much «&anee to fall in love at school, and *onr vacations were spent with me. Wow, Kitty, the man I want you to toarry is Mr. Right." "Mr. Wright?" would be if i spent tench time In your enthririafrtr •' company. "Oh, Charlie, didn't yon know there la some Iff. Wright uncle wants me to marry? I thought likely you knew and never said anything about It. tin cle never changes his mind, either." "Well, he'll have to, this time," h said, as he helped her out of the boat "for if he doesn't, I'll carry you off oy MOlNttS: ALGQflA. IOWA. WEDNESDAY NOVEMBER 1 1899. lEffiY COLERIDOE AND OflUM HABJf. force. "Oh, fc«j , never seen «« ' hls eyes twinkling. ' Ida ' t kndw a ° y Mr - Wright." . the mata l want y° u to and If y ou do you shall have •very cent of tay money." t*K, I!? 6 ' 6 ' l bave ne * er 8een dM «3? 1 Care f ° r hlm ' and "0 P h '' '' *< ffle '" you needn't do that, young man," said a voice close beside him I guess you're Mr. Right, and have •~ consent before you've asked it." "But, uncle, Wright." Charlie's name isn't "I know his name isn't Wright. That is just a joke of mine, which you didn't see through, i think he appears to be the right man, though." as he went into the for there's lots of time. Charlie Eme ry , com|ng ^ ^ ™ you can have a good time with him and we will see about Mr. Right later on. Y °u remember Charlie, don't you?' • h. .I ' ei n haven t seen him since I remember Charlie. I 14 and A Rainy Day In Manila. To any one who enjoys the funny side of life as well as the pathetic, and sees the ridiculous in everything, a rainy day on the Escolta is well worth seeing. Perhaps the most strik- was 20. How nice he was to me, lng feature to an American is the ap- ---Jough I was so much younger But Dnrent unconcern with which the na,., you kno *. uncle, he was in love tlves take the "cloud-burst," for no witn some one, for one day a picture other name is applicable to the rain or a young lady fell from his pocket as n comes dow n in Manila; also the ana I ran away with it." She laughed numerous ways they have of keeping as she thought how he had chased her ' " U™"^ the flel(J s. and when worn out she had dropped down under a tree to rest and have a look at the picture un- 11 he came up, tired and cross, to claim it He had blushed as she handed it back, asking, '" Emery?" "No, It is Miss Emery, my cousin. Well, you needn't blush so. Mra " . I'm a sort of cousin, too, but you never carry my picture with you," she said, getting «P and going quickly towards the house. "Why, Kitty," he said, following her, "I think - " "Oh, I don't care what you think," she said, as she started to run. "You can marry her for all I care," and she had gone In the house and never dry. The most approved fashion for a Quilez driver is to roll his trousers well up above the knee, without shoe or stocking, don a mackintosh, and he is thoroughly equipped for a heavy storm. If he is not lucky enough to own a mackintosh, it doesn't seem to matter much, for he takes the rain as a natural consequence and says nothing. The women all discard their velvet slippers and take one twist at the long-suffering skirt band, which lifts the skirt far above the dange- of contamination with the water and mud of the "Calle;" then, if she is fortu- Ho* tb* Great Author Acquired t**»t Practice. The following has been often quoted, but it cannot be too widely known. Jl is an account in Coleridge's own words of how he wailed into the fatal habit of using opium: "I wrote a few stanzas twenty-three years ago, soon after my eyes had been opened to the true nature of the habit into which I had been Ignorantly deluded by the seeming magic effects of opium in the sudden removal of a supposed rheumatism attended with swellings in my knees and palpitations of the heart and pains all over me by which I had been bedridden for nearly six months, tfnhapplly among my neighbors and landlord's books were a large parcel of medical reviews and magazines. -I had always a fondness—a common case but most mischievous turn with reading men who are at all dyspeptic—for dabbling n medical writings.and in one of these met a case which. I fancied very like my own, in which a cure had been effected by the Kehdal black drop. In an evil hour I procured it; it worked miracles—the swellings disappeared, he pains vanished; I was all alive, and all around me being as ignorant as my- elf, nothing co'uid exceed my triumph, talked of nothing else, prescribed the lewly discovered panacea for all com- •plalnts and carried a .bottle about with me, not to lose an opportunity of administering instant relief and speedy cure to all complainers simple and gentle. Need I say that my own apparent convalescence was of no long continuance? But what then? The remedy was at hand infallible. Alas! it is with Commercial Agencies Say Wa Has Aided Prosperity* FEELING OF CONFIDENCE tar£e Parchweg of Wftr Munition* *nd Food In This Country Has Swelled Onr Foreign balance » forge Docreaae. -Failure* nate enough to possess an umbrella, she is provided for, and if not the proud owner of a paraguas, she sub- ap- ' stitutes her large market basket, a bitter smile, a laugh of gall and bitterness, that I recall this period of unsuspecting delusion, and how I first become aware of the maelstrom, the fatal whirlpool to which I was drawing, just then the current strength to stem. was The beyond state of my my mind is truly portrayed in the following effusion, for which God knows that moment I was the victim o f pain and terror, nor had I at any time taken the flattering poison as a stimulus or any craving after pleasurable sensations. I needed none, and oh, with what unutterable sorrow did I read the 'Confessions of an Opium Eater,' in which the writer with morbid vanity makes a boast of what was my misfortune, for he had faithfully anu with an agony of zeal been warned off the gulf and yet willfully struck into the current. Heaven be merciful to him!" New York, Oct 30.-R. Q; Dun A Co. 'B weekly review of trade says' ^^ars and not facts made a war in south Africa seem a menace to prosperity here, and a week of conflict has cleared away the fear. British markets for securities have 'been helped by the belief that mining shares would be worth more with no Boer control in mining regions, and large purchases here of ammunition, packed meats and other army food have swelled the balance due this country. Money markets have grown less embarrassing, stocks have gradually advanced, Industries are still supported by a volume of demand for which no precedent can be found, and payments through the principal clearing-houses for the last week have been 36.6 per cent larger than last year and 57.3 per cent larger than in 1892. So great an increase shows the net result of many and potent forces making for public prosperity. "Failures for the PROPOSED HOMEOB LABOR, »y Att H*ti *t Washington, Oct 80.—A new sett!* inent, to be the home of labor and thi headquarters of national and international labor organizations, will tooa be bttilt under the auspices of th« American Federation of Labor, 'and j B0 > it; ^ill prove a great benefit, no some point in Chicago will b& selected m . ore than bas Hostetter'a Stomach lAtgti Profit *fld Qnlck J __ -Hastings has realized 950,000 on investment of 50 cents." "Great Scott! What did he' "A marriage certificate." The Igthmng of Panama. Its engineers believe that they hat* solved the problem of the successful completion of this great enterprise. If "HE'LL HAVE TO, THIS TIME.' ; peared until at dinner, when she was her old mischievous self again. He bad left the next morning and she had never seen him since.but she had heard of him frequently. After graduating from college he had gone abroad and but lately returned.. Miss Emery had married a college friend of his. Where did he keep that picture now? "Now, Kitty," said her uncle, "run away and don't worry about Mr. Right. He'll be your ideal, I'll promise you." "Well, well," he said, as she left the room. "I thought she'd see through the joke. Guess I'll let it go now. My experience is that If you want a couple to marry, make them think it impossible and then nothing can prevent them. iBut she'll go and fall in love with the man I want her to, thinking Mr. Right which she balances gracefully on-her head, and this answers a double purpose—keeps her cigarette from being put,put by the rain and also preserves the freshness of the vegetables which are to supply the family for at least 12 hours. The children seem to be in their element. Arrayed only in a smile they paddle in the rain and the mud very much like the native duck.- nila Freedom. -Ma- really exists. 1 . t But Kitty did let it worry her, and again and again she questioned her uncle about Mr. Wright (as she he- Destroys Young tobsters. That cod eat young lobsters is a fact established to the satisfaction of a writer in an exchange quoted by the Facts About tho Twelfth Centnry. The nineteenth century closes with the year 1900. Immediately after midnight, therefore, of Dec. 31, 1900, is when the twentieth century begins.' In other words, it begins with the first second of the first hour of the first day of January, 1901. The twentieth century will open on a Tuesday and closes on a Sunday. It will have the greatest number of leap years possible for a century—twenty-four. The year 1904 will be the first one, then every fourth year after that to and including the year 2000. February will three times have five Sundays—in 1920, 1948 and 1976. The twentieth century will contain 36,525 days, which lacks but one day of being exactly 5,218 weeks. The middle day of the century will be Jan. 1, 1951. Several announcements are made of changes to be inaugurated with the opening of the new century. The first of importance is that Russia will adopt the Gregorian calendar. This will be done by omitting thirteen (lays, the amount of error that will have accumulated after the close of February, 1900. The Russians will then write Jan. 1, 1901, instead of Dec. 19, 1900, or rather, instead of both, according to the dual system now in vogue in that country and in Greece. The other important announcement is that it is not at all unlikely that the astronomical day, which now begins at noon of the civil days, will begin with the civil day, at midnight. The present method of having the astronomical beginning of the civil day is apt to be : confusing. On the other hand, to have the former begin at midnight, just when astronomers are often busiest, will be to them somewhat inconven* lent. . ---- week have been 190 in the United States, against 226 last year, and 23 in Canada, against 24 last year." Bradstreet's says: "As regards the current activity in transportation, it may be said that east-bound traffic from Chicago in the last month has been more than double that reported in the same period a year ago, and nearly twice as large as that reported in October of 1892 a record period of good trade. Among leading products decreasing in price, tin and copper, among the metals,' have been most notable, the latter claimed to be due to production approaching more to a parity with demand. The situation of iron and steel is perhaps the most notable one yet presented. The feature of the market is the reported booking by the stee : rail mills of the country of nearly 75 per cent of their capacity for next year's delivery, in all 1,500,000 tons of rails are reported to have been booked.. "Wheat (including flour) shipments for the week aggregate 6,416,495 bushels, against 4,100,618 bushels last week and 5,560,991 bushels in the corresponding week of 1898. Corn exports aggregate 4,525,519 bushels, against 5,058,697 bushels last week and 2,424,376 bushels In this week a year ago." for its location. The plan was sert ously discussed at the meeting of the executive council of the federation la this city last week, and it was announced that offers of land and ol large cash contributions for the buildings had already been made by Chica- goana. The executive council Instructed Samuel Gompers to go to Chicago at once to look over the ground and pre- iare a set of definite recommendations. He will be there next week, and give much time to a careful study )f the possibilities. His report will >e made to the coming convention of he federation in Detroit next Decem- >er, when final action will undoubted- y be taken. The proposal of the federation is broad and will have great Importance for labor interests generally. When executed It will mark a decided advance in the development of labor organization in this country. It is hoped that in time all the national labor union's will be brought into line, and that with their headquarters all placed together they may be helpful to each other in a higher degree than ever before. Bitters, the remedy which never to cure afflictions of the stomach. strengthens weak stomachs and livers. More than 400,000 acres of land are still open to homesteading of pre-emn- •fl/-»vi •?•*-» "Vf-i 0r*s^i<i*<f * tion in "Duty Feed Man and Steed/' Feed yotif nerves, also, on pure blood if you 'would have them strong. Men and •women <who are nervous ate so because their nerves are starved. When they make their blood rich and pare <wtth Hood's their nervousness disappears because the nerves are properly fed. Chicago Board of Trade. Chicago, Oct. 27.—Closing prices of 5™in on the board of trade yesterday i_^ today's range: Articles. Wheat— High. Low. .22% .24% Must Pay Tax or Qalt State. Des Moines, Iowa, Oct. 30.—The Supreme court Friday decided against the foreign insurance companies in their attempt to prevent the collection of the tax of 3% per cent on their gross premium receipts, as required by the new state law. They are required to pay this tax before they can secure certificates from the auditor of state allowing them to do business in the state. Dec May Corn— Oct . ,Dec . May Oats— Oct . •Dec . May . Pork— Oct ., Dec . Jan .. Lard— Oct Dea ... 5.20 Jan ... 5.40 Short ribs— Oct Dec ... 4.80 Jan ... 4.97% —Closing^ Oct. 27. Oct.26. DEWEY IN^AN EMERGENCY. How He Circumvented a Desertion Con« splracy After the Civil War. One striking characteristic of tin admiral is the readiness with which ha meets every emergency, says Leslie'* Weekly. He is resourceful as well aa prompt in action. An illustration this occurred during a ol cruise which • •? .70% ? .70^4 ? .70% | .70% •74% .73% .74 .31% .31% .32% .31% •31% .33 .22% •24% 8.05 9.60 8.00 9.55 5.17% 5.35 4.80 4.95 .22% .24% 8.00 8.05 9.57% 5.15 5.20 5.37% 4.80 4.804.95 .74% •31% .32 .33% .22% .22% .24% 7.95 8.02% 9.57% 5.17% 5.20 5.37% 4.80 4.80 4.95 Crediting Stamp toss. Washington Spe. New York Evening Post: A good idea of the enormous size at the postal business may be had velopes or stamps which have been accidentally destroyed or rendered worthless. This one duty occupies the entire time of six men. During the last ,. w.--*" — xvuvj ItiiO •• --- ---- — H^.M ***i*,jr WO IlClU Fishing Gazette. He says: "The cod- by e etti "§: close to one of the big ma- flsh are feeding on the young lobsters chlne ' s smallest wheels. Take, for ex- to such an extent that it will not take am P le - the crediting of stamped en- long to exterminate them. Through ' the efforts of the United States fish commission codfish seem to have in„ . , - . creased greatly, in numbers. The fish- , - ______ „.-«««* lieved his name to be), but hia answers er men around Block island and Watch quarter the books of the department gave her little or no satisfaction. Fin- HI11 say that cod are growing more sllow that Chicago was credited with ally she determined she would forget Plentiful every year, and they say fur- 21 cases of such stamped envelopes Wm, while Charlie was with them, any- th er that when dressing codfish they each con t a i n i ll S 10,000. The losses "roV, ^ m, „ frequently find young lobsters whole ° ome from man y different -causes When she saw Charlie she said she inside of .the larger. fish. Evidently P ften en ve)opes are misdirected would never have taken that bearded young lobsters are becoming a deli Soi " e tiraes they are burned or get wet man for the smooth-faced boy she 'had cate morsel for somo of their com A metnod b ^ whloli stamps are fre known four summers before. She her- panions of the sea. There is a prob- quently lost ls the grinding of a mail self was the same little sprite, with her torn for the shellfish commissioners to saclc under the whee 's of a train This a ? ? ass , of , dark bro ^n solve in the artificial propagation o! sometl «>es happens when an effort s the lobater ' Old fishermen Watch HilJ and vicinity tell Show Indiana Divorce Record. Indianapolis, Ind., Oct. 30.—The Mate bureau of statistics has complet- c- da table on divorces in Indiana for the year ending June 30, 1899, based or returns from every county, the first of its kind accurately prepared. It shows 3,483 divorces granted in the year, which was over 10 per cent of the number of marriage licenses issued in the same period. Plans for Kaiser. London, Oct. 30.—The Berlin correspondent of the Daily Mail says: "All arrangements have been completed Emperor William's visit to the queen. His majesty will arrive in England on Nov. 20 and remain at Windsor castle five days, after which he will go to Sandringham for a two •lays' visit to the -prince of Wales." More Warships for Kaiser, Cologne, Oct. 30.—The well-Informed Rheinish Westphalian Gazette asserts that at the next session of the relch- stag the first business to be taken up will be that of building more vessels for the navy. Work on the ships now being built will be hurried forward The great feature of the session will be the discussion of the question of the need of'more battleships, W»ut 8800,000 for Dllssloui. Cleveland, Ohio, Oct, 30.—There was a good attendance at the second days' session of the Women's Foreign Missionary society of the Methodist Episcopal church, A committee was appointed to raise $200,000 among women To Build Dogk at G'avlte. Washington, Oct. 30.—It is claimed in naval circles that, while very little Is being said on the subject, it is the intention of the government to build at Cavite a naval station capable of accommodating the largest vessels in our navy. A dry dock is to be constructed that will entirely obviate the necessity of using the docking facilities at Hong- Kong, and the accompanying machine shops are to be complete in every particular. The matter will be laid before congress during the next session, and an appropriation asked for that will enable the department to carry out its full plans in this direction. Supports Expansion Policy. Terre Haute, Ind., Oct. 30.—Francis T. Roots of Connersville, a prospective candidate for governor, delivered an address before the Indiana State Normal school Friday, in which he spoke in positive terms in favor of expansion. He said the people showed their approval of this policy when the president was on his recent tour of the west. He declared that the United States could not wisely give up the Philippines. He believed the people were just beginning to realize the vastness of the commercial prospect in that direction. Dewey took after the civil war, in tha Mediterranean^, on the old ship Canandaigua. The war fever had died out, and men frequently deserted. On men- of-war, boats cannot be lowered without an order, except in case of a man overboard. Several malcontents in tha crew one night, therefore, raised tha "man overboard" cry, lowered a boat and scuttled off into the darkness. Dewey was executive officer of the ship] and was called from his berth. Though even then particular as to dress, he didn't care about uniform when tnere was quick work to be done, and he appeared clad only in his night shirt. He rushed up to the quarter-deck in half a gale of wind and promptly took command in spite of his curious appearance. He knew his men thoroughly, and acted promptly in spite of the darkness. "Come back here, Jim Brown, Tom Robinson, and the rest of you," he shouted, and punctuated hii remarks with three shots from his revolver. The shots, the ghostly figure on the quarter-deck, and the sudden use of their names startled the men into obedience, and they came sneaking back to the ship, while Dewey and hia novel uniform retired once more below. All the telegraphs and telephones in Australia, and nearly all the railroads, are controlled by the government. Ask For the Host Reading. Liberal religioiis literature sentFBEB on application to Mrs. H. D. Reed, 133 N. 38th ave.. Omaha, Neb. Over 1000 vessels cross the Atlantic Ocean each mouth. We will forfeiFsTooo if any of our published testimonials are proven to be not een- ume. THE p C,Wa.rreii _ General Lawtori, who is described in newspaper biography as able "to drink any man under the* table," tells a correspondent in Manila that he never drank a drop of liquor. In India some of the bats measure six feet across the wings. All Quiet In Samoa. Washington, Oct. 28.—The British commissioner for Samoa, Mr. Eliot, Is in receipt of a letter from the British consul at Apia which dispels recent rumors of native agitation. The consul says the conditions are serene at Apia and throughout the interior although he adds that it is difficult to say how long this will continue in the present unsettled state of affairs. af ter hls laughingly replied about i that now pounds made to catch a mail sack from a'train going too rapidly. If the bag s pretty sure sucked under the cars. toward the great twentieth ceatury offering to be made by the Methodist churches for missionary work. her marriage, and 0 was so pross I tore the picture up." of tfee past *W<J the Hgbt, "I wish Charlie was Mr. Wright." * * f • ermen nave no one to blame but them- I ^UKK»S«> Arrived I selves. When lobsters were plentiful ^o^ the London Answers: As a they would kill the egg-bearing lob- train was raovI »S out of a Scotch eta- sters a.s nuisances and bait destroyers tlon a mau in one of the Qompart- If they had thrown them overboard the men * 8 noticed that the porter, in whose ' "harge he had given ty» luggage, had not put it into the va», and go shouted at him and said: "HI, _ . . J cannpt be ygup wife, jgr ujKUe, wym usver corneaf,* -.'A- - ' £!& s- t „ x > •} \S r , -J~ -."5 t? ~ - i ' , *i „' l&M&M&J&Mt&r&'i' ;*. Great BriHUn Sl £ «« . London, Oct. 30,— Lord Faunctfote ot Preston, on behalf of Great Britain Friday signed The Hague peace convention. Great Britain does not aa- here to the adaptation of the Geneva convention to naval warfare, opr tp three declarations O f the peace, cpnfer- Pewey Cancels Trip to Chicago.' Washington, Oct, 27.—Admiral Dewey has been obliged to canael his proposed trip to Chicago. He had accepted an invitation to be the guest of the city between Nov. 15 and 30, but on account of the meeting of the Philippine commission, which will begin its sittings here tomorrow or Monday he has written a letter explaining that it will be impossible for him to keep his engagement. Go to your grocer to-day and get ai$c. package of It takes the place of coffee at i the cost. Made from pure grains it is nourishing and healthful. . ' ' Ptt * 9«f*n y m, New York,, Oct. 30.—Marcu* " OQPJW k}ng, who ii New Spring Valley Mlnerg win. Spring Valley, 111., Oct. 23.—The strike which began two weeks ago at the Spring Valley Coal company's mine has been ended by the company— granting all the demands made by the miners excepting the weighing of coal at the bottom. All the minejrs will resume wprk next Monday, Keeps both rider and saddle per- gKl'y.fry In the hardest storms. S U wlll <> ppoint. Ask for B BI ID . 1807 Rsh Brand Pommel Slicker- it Is entirely new. If not for sale in y A ur i Trr A.J. TOWHR. Poston. " Harrison coming on the St. , Southampton, Oct, 28,—The American fee eteanjep Stt Paul, which is to saH from tWs port tqday for New York, w}U have ajnong her passengers fomer President Benjamin Harrjgoo, and OR, SETH ARNOLD'S COUGH Otlier remedies ftu. Tastes •*•• • •«•£ ood: Children like ifcSoU H II 1 PR Lond,p«, Qct. 80.—Fjorence Marryat (Mrs, Franca L.ean), fte we in Lcmdpn NSUMpf ' ¥ *s-r ' /'v it*'- ,'- / ^*"- < ' * >v )t "* *»'• • •

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