The Algona Republican from Algona, Iowa on October 17, 1894 · Page 3
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The Algona Republican from Algona, Iowa · Page 3

Algona, Iowa
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Wednesday, October 17, 1894
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SEEK A MISSIW ft 18 ftaictilated tfiat ^,600 widOwfrS fStnaffy, Us ftg&tftst 18,800 widows. MaMe—ls • that Chollie'a sister? ^l/tittise— $8} he hasn't proposed yet. AdaiS •ftas the first odd fellow, but wh&ii hJ took Eve into partnership, he eeiSsed to be of the independent SCHOOL f UAGHttft IMS., ,MJFS. tJpperten, to Conductor, of the Btia—Oh, Mr. Kftpeiltijeistir, please fftiy that adagio ft little faster—the feoup is ready to be served. .. , Immigrant—At last t airi ifa free' America! A man can do pretty much ns he pleases in this country, can't he? Native—Y-e's—unless he's mar- tied! "In that trouble abotit the mofley being lost llinks didn't act like a maft," "What cotild ho have done that he didn't." "Blamed it on his wife. "1 see Miss Sanders and Miss Smiley fere always together. What dear friends they must be!" "Not at all. you see, each of them has an unrnar« rled brother." It is rumored that childless millionaire Russell Sage will build a monument to himself by leaving in his will a fortune of over $25,000,000 in philanthropic bequests. ; Visitor, to Jones, at 11 p. m.—That young lady in the house across the way sings like a bird. Jones, thi- kindly—Well, not altogether. You Bee, a bird, stop's staging at night. The largest and most famous ruby in the world forms part of the imperial state crown made for Queen Vic, toria in 1838. It is believed that this rijby was worn in front of the helmet ol* tienry Fifth at Agincourt. llelen Kellar, the remarkable deaf f dumb and blind girl, has added to her accomplishments the ability to distinguish colors. She has a drawer full of hair ribbons of various, colors, arid she can select any desired ribbon by touch. AFFAIRS ABROAD. the tfrhole ftelgfiborhood ArotlSed— Abduction or IKwrder talked Of—^6 fcletv ' fmcbtered to tfcii lolimiller Murderer —A. R. tJ. Official* Indicted. Ind., Oct. in.—Miss Adelia Parrott, a teacher 20 years old, leit school Wednesday noon and has not been seen since. Her disappearance has ai'Oused the active interest of the 1 entire community. The police; have" been called and the search begun iff earnest. Nearly 500 people on footj;' horseback arid in Vehicles left the eit$ in eVery direction, scouring thiT'fleldSi woods, thickets, ponds and <Ji?eeks. ; Nearly & half hundred telegrams were) sent to neighboring towns and cities* but 'with no fespoitse. The parents^ living in a renlote town, could hot be heard from, it is believed the girl has been abdticted or murdered. ,: ., Hanker F, *. tmy tteld for Trial. MliiAVAUKKM.Wis., Oct. 13.—Frederick T. Day, president of the defunct Plankinton bank, was bound over for. trial by Judge Wallber of the Criminal court yesterday, and was required to give a new bond for $10,000 foi« appearance in court. The date of the trial has been fixed for Oct. 25. Bay is charged with receiving deposits When he knew the bank was insolvent. Kent th6 ftftd tfafcfe TOKIO, Oct. 13.—A detachment of Japanese cavalry .and infantry has made an attack upon and routed a force of 2,000 Chinese at Wie Ju and the place is in the hands of the Ja'p'an- ese. It is reported to the Japanese officers that ]0,000 Chinese troops occupy the north branch of the Yalu river, where they have completed eight batteries and are building more,. Field Marshal Count Yagamata has established his base of opefationr. at Ping Yang; which is near the sea and easy of access to the supplies. It is generally hoped the Japanese will be in possession Of Motlkden by the early pal't of Noveihbef. Other important military operations.are under Way* but their objects are as yet kept secret. Early results, however, are expected. China has been formally notified of the surrender and dispatch to Nagasaki of the steamship TeiikyomarU, together with its European and Chinese crew, A state of siege has been declared in the district of Hiroshima under article XIV. of the Japanese constitiition. LIGHT ON LAND FRAUDS. OUe and One-third of the women in France are farm laborers. In Italy thirty out of every 10,000 people die by the knife of the assassin. The estimated cost of the new Jura- Simploii tunnel through the Simplon, Switzerland, is $11,000,000. A movement is on foot to drain the delta of the Danube and restore it to its condition of five centuries ngo, when it was covered with forests and fertile fields. . A planb in Sumatra called the Raf- fiesia Arnold! is said to bear the largest flower in the ,world. •/ Some of the largest are thirty-nine inches in diameter, and the central cup will hold six quarts of water. T. B. Adams of Newport, England, recently deceased, has bequeathed £50,000 to be devoted to teaching practical and theoretical agriculture i to men and youths, and the knowledge , v of/dairying and housekeeping to 1 women and girls. Always the Way. "Jones failed in his last newspaper venture?" ' "Yes." i "No ability?" "Not a bit." "What's he doing now'" "Teaching a school of journalism." A Wrong Diagnosis, ' Wife—The doctor tells me tbat he thinks you have enlargement of the heart, Husband—I thought he must imagine 1 had something of the sort by the size of the bill he sent in. Interesting Reading. jle—My dear, have . you got anything interesting that I can read? 1 mean something harrowing—something that will make my hair stand on end? She—Yes. Here's my dressmaker's bill. • RalHtay Union officials Indicted. DANA-ITJ.K,"111., Oct. 13.— The Danville grand jury yesterday indicted Charles Keller, a Chicago labor leader, und John Smith and II. M. Gray, officials of the Danville lodge of the American Railway Union, for an alleged boycott against Kaiston & Angle, a Danville grocery firm that furnished groceries to the scabs or the Chicago & Eastern Illinois railroad during the recent strike. No Clow to tiohmlllcr Murder. QUINCY, 111., Oct. 13.—No clew to the murder of Mrs. J. C. Lohmiller and here 9-year-old niece developed at the inquest yesterday. Robbery is supposed to have been the motive. The murdered woman had $14,000 life insurance for the benefit of her husband, and he carried $18,000 for her. Lohmiller is blind, but was away the night Of the murder. FIFTY POPULISTS ELECTED, Indictment fit Diilutb, Minn., Sonic More Kxpeoted. DUMJTJI, Minn., Oct. 13.— Rumors of the discovery of extensive land frauds took definite form last evening when I. Grettum, formerly of Tower, was arrested for subornation of perjury on two indictments returned by the United States grand jury now in session. Grettum Was arraigned before Judge Nelson, pleaded not guilty, and was released on bail. It is said other similar cases will soon develop. It is a matter of current report that such false swearing has been a common matter. Grettum while at Tower was a prominent man and is said to have had a large landoffice business. KNOWLEDGE au4 improvement .awl t when Uve Result of the Ciiuvass of Legislative Election Returns In Georgia. ATLANTA, Ga., Oct. 13.— The formal canvass of the election returns of the legislature and the vote on the constitutional amendments shows that there will be fifty populists in the next general assembly, out of a total of 219, of which "three are republicans. There are about, thirty contests for seats. The amendment allowing the legislature to pension indigent confederate veterans was adopted. Robert J. Again Beats Patchen. Sioux CITY, Iowa, Oct. 13, — The race between the two great pacers Eobert J, and Joe Patchen yesterday called out a great crowd at the grounds of the interstate fair. In the first heat Patchen had the pole and led by a length to within 100 yards of the wire. The time to the first turn was :33&, the half 1:03, and the three quarter 1:34%. On the stretch Robert J. , with apparent ease, suddenly shot ahead and won by a neck. Time, 2:06. The second heat was won by Robert J. in the same time, 3:06. The third heat in a tremendous spurt, he finished in 3:03%, three lengths in the lead. Session of American Bankers. BALTIMORE, Md,, Oct. 13. — Chicago and -Baltimore carried off the honors of the twentieth annual convention of the American Bankers' association, J. J. P. Odell, the president ,pf the Union National bank of Chicagp, was -ejected president, and the proposition ,of the Baltimore bankers in the ph'ape.;p'f .an amendment to the national banking act for the purpose .of establishing 8 , safe aoA elastic national currency was adopted by an almost unanimous vote, Return the English Subscriptions. , PUBLW, Oct. 13,— The freeman's Journal says $hp subscriptions Q f Englishmen to the Irish .parliamentary fund have been returned with a- letter of esplanatipn and thanks. However, Mr, Gladstone's check, fpr £100, concerning which there has been so much controversy, has been accepted, "because he is »o longer a minister and because Jw is Gov, McKlnlcy in Kichlgan. DKTKOIT, Mich., Oct. 13. — Gov. McKinley's reception in Michigan yesterday was most enthusiastic. At Adrian, where he addressed 4,000 people, Gov. McKinley was met by Gen. Alger and other prominent men, who escorted, him to Detroit. A stop of three hours was made at Jackson in order to enable the governor to address an immense crowd gathered at the fair ground. A brief stop was made at Ann Arbor, where the students at the university gave the governor a boisterous greeting. He spoke in Detroit in the avening to the largest . crowd of the day. . ; Want the Army Increased. ' WASHINGTON, Oct. 13. — Major-Gen.' Schofield has sent to th esecretary .of war his report on the operations of the army during the last year. Gen. Scnofield, who has been at the head of the army since the death of Gen. Sheridan, announces his retirement next year. The report is principally devoted to a 'discussion of the necessity for strengthening the military arm of the government to cope with internal disorder as well as possible danger from without, particular reference being made to the Debs strike. Senator Hill Opens the Campaign. SYRACUSE!, N. Y., Oct. 13,— Senator David Bennett Hill sounded the keynote of his campaign for governor last night in this city and with his address opened 'a battle that promises to be historical in the annals of state politics, The Alhambra rink, where democrats and republicans alike have sounded the tocsin of political battle, was the scene of the opening note of warfare.' He was listened to by an immense crowd and made an impassioned appeal to his democratic hearers for harmony. No Decision in Oakes' Case. CHICAGO, Oct. 13.— Judge Jenkins rendered no decision yesterday on the motion in the Northern Pacific case to roject tjie report of the master in chancery sustaining Receiver Oakes, 'The opinion will bo first filed in Mil- waulpe'e,' The judge gave no intimation yesterday whether 'he woii]d an- nou,nce the decision here before it is to Milwaukee, A Spaniard recently arrived in Amaca, Mexico, aad secured permis- lion to search for the buried treasure fef an old band of brigands. He found ftn iron box full of coins Hear the foun- Tftation of the cathedral. Rumor puts the contdnts at $500,000. ' A schooner went ashore Off the feoast of Maine recently and the cap- lain and crew abandoned her to get ftid. In the meantime the Schooner %orked ofi the sandbank and sailed Away, going several hundred miles before being picked up by a Steamer. * A doctor who was passionately fond of cards was called to the bedside cf :fc patient. He pulled out his watch, felt the sick man's pulse and began to count, "seven, eight, nine, ten, fcck, queen, king, ace." The patient immediately burst out laughing aad jifot well again. f A custoin that has.existed for sev' fifal centuries is still maintained in feOtne towns on the lower Rhine. On <J3aster Monday —auction day — the town crier or clerk calls all the young ipeople together and to the highest 'bidder sells the privilege of dancing with the chosen girl, and her only during the entire year. The fees flow into the public poor-box. Burglars lately broke into the house Of an old gentleman in Paris, and tfter helping themselves to the silver and valuables gave him a lecture on 'his wickedness in hoarding up capital Which belongs to society in general. The papers in telling of tho robbery spoke of a bundle of securities worth 20,000 francs which the thieves had overlooked, and that night they called again at the house, demanded the securities and carried them off. Professor Leslie says that water, at a depth of 362 miles, would bo of the density of quicksilver, and that air at a depth of only thirty-four miles would be as thick and heavy as water. It is true that ivo are ignorant of the laws of compression beyond a depth ,of a paltry few thousand feet, but it is believed that water at the center of the earth would be as dense as ;lead, and that a block of steel four feet square would be reduced to the size of a child's ABO block. >. t Do You Wish the Finest Bread and Cake? It is conceded that the Royal Baking JPowdef is thft purest and strongest of all the baking powders. The purest baking powder makes the finest, sweetest* most delicious food. . The strongest baking powder makes the lightest food. That baking powder which is both purest and strong" est makes the most digestible and wholesome food* Why should not every housekeeper avail herself of the baking powder which will give her the best food with the least trouble ? Dr. Haines, of Rush Medical College, Consulting Chemist of the Chicago Board of Health, says: "Royal is not only the purest, but the strongest baking powder vrith which I am acquainted." PROMINENT PEOPLE. ALLEGED WITTICISMS. THIS AND THAT. ,' ' ' ->-" of the Awerie»n Railway especially those p'n. the Spinners «Q Bwck to BEPFOBD, Mass, , , Oc^ } 3,— The operatives in the five corporations \vent back to work yesterday morning after being on strike for seven and a half weeiUs, The weavers in Wamsutta mill No, 7 left the will on finding they were required to run ftVe looms instead of iour, 'They' held a , meeting to,strU?e. . Oct. 43,-r/£hc; Prjtish consul at I^oijreni^o MavflTJeji ha** cabled to the foreign .Office thftt 3Q',OOQ Kafirs hftvp " the outskirts of that port and m houses an4 'murdered She—When will you call arid see papa. He, nervously—I don't know. When will he be out? "What, going to make a tour of Africa? Why, man, it's 100 degrees in the shade there." "Well, suppose it is; it's not necessary for me to travel in the shade, is it?" Wool—I didn't take any vacation this year; I didn't need one. Van Pelt—But you worked hard, didn't you? Wool—Yes, but you see I saved myself a good deal by not taking any last year. , Ethel—Here is the loveliest housecoat that I bought for Tom, and he doesn't seem to care for it the' least bit. Clara—I can tell you how to make him value it above everything. Ethel—Oh, how. Clara — Tell him that you have given it away to some poor man. She had met him for the first time that evening at a function, and half an"hour or so later, when some of the pdfrty rather doubted a story he had told, he appealed to her. "You don't think I'd tell a lie, do you?" ho asked hra somewhat tender strain. "Well,' 1 shejreplied cautiously, "I don't know. What business are you in?" "I wonder," said Mr. Wedderford, "if there is anything in the theory that^surilight will cure baldness? I have';half a notion to try it." "I don't bejlieve there is anything in it," responded Mrs, Wedderford. "You have been right in the glare of the footlights for more than ten years, and the closer you sit the balder you get. 1 ' Rev. Dr, Fourthly, accompanied by Mr,?.- Fourthly, was making a pastoral call at the Schaokelford dwelling, and had -unconsciously prolonged his stay until the afternoon sun waslow in the sky and Tommy Shackalford had begun to grow hungry, Burning with righteous indignation and moved by a strong sense of personal ' ill-'treat;, Tommy strode, into the parlor, he said, in a high-pitched voice, "you'd better get a gait on youi If paw comes home and finds supper ain't rea'dy again he'll, raise the darndest row you ever went through anywhere!" ., HJ?TQFHCAk DATA, j t •«•"< -*- 1 -" The flrst newspaper was publish^ ip tsjie- English language*, Egyptian alphabet is said to been invented, B, C, iQ3& •: Pointing w both oil an* water <jol« ora ? was known, in Egypt WOQ E^'C,, '""-V ftr§t recprjjed eqlipse ^1 the wa§ observed at Babylon' & The Rothschild family of Europe is worth $1,000,030,000. Mr. Gould's yachting trip is said to have cost him §400,000. Nat C. Goodwin says that America is the English actor's Mecca; that England is the American actor's mausoleum. A pleasant picture of the domestic life of Edwin Booth will be found in the volume of recollections which the actor's daughter Edwina has written. Edgar W. Nye—popularly known as "Bill Nye"—has concluded to bring out in England a collection of his sketches dealing with that country. Mr. Emerson's son, Edward Emerson, is giving lectures in England on his father's correspondence with John Sterling and on the story of Thoreau's life. Miss Helen Gould has purchased a large tract of land at Eoxbury. N. Y., where sho will have an artificial lake constructed to be used for fishing, bathing and boating. Mr. Sala says that from the bottom of his heart he contends that Thackeray was not a cynic. "I never heard hiin," ho adds, "say one .unkindly thing of human weakness or frailty or misfortune." it'is said that Senator Dolph of Oregon, never smiles. In the whole course of his service in the senate nobody has ever seen his eye light up or his : ;lip quiver. Why it is, nobody has ever had the couraga to ask. M.Y.Bartholemy Saint-Hilaire, the distinguished French statesman of a bygone day, who is in marvelous mental and physical health at the age of ninety years, says: "If you want to liva to be old, work always and diligently." Anything for a Change. i Gasswell—Have you hoard of the increase in Hiland's family ? Dukane—No. ' "Hlland is a father now." '•I'nrglad of that." "I can't imagine why you are glad. He'll talk about the kid continually." "Certainly, but it will be a relief from his eternal talk about himself." During the tenth century no woman was allowed to appear at church with 4 out a veil. Before storing honey in trees, bees will clean the tree of all rotten wood and refuse. -, The oldest guide at Niagara falls declares that Women are more Courageous than men. 1 The Greeks had a female deity named Hygeia, whose duty it was to keep the babies well. A woman ovar eighty years old has been arrested in New York on a charge of having set fire to her store. There was an "irony of fate" in the destruction by fire of the plant of a "fire proof construction cdmpany" in New Jersey. In Africa Mumbo Jnmbo is an ungallant god, who comes once a year to I flog the women'who have been trying to run the village. Willie Jones of Girardville, Pa., having lost his shin bones by blood- poisoning, has baen supplied by a surgeon with new ones of India rubber. You don't have to hunt far to find a licking. Positive opinions are not easily pur chased. . 8100 Rewml S100. The readers of this paper -will be pleased to learn that there is at least one dreaded disease that science has been able to cure in all its stages, and that is Catarrh. Hall's Catarrh Cure is the only positive cure known to the medical fraternity. Catarrh being a constitutional disease, requires a constitutional treatment. Hall's Catarrh Cure is token internally, acting directly upon the blood and mucous surfaces of the system, thereby destroying the foundation of the disease, and giving the patient strength by building up the constitution and assisting nature in doing its work, The proprietors have so much faith in its curative powers, that they offer One Hundred Dollars for any case that it fails to cure, Send for list pf testimonials, Address, F. J, CHENEY & CO, , Toledo, O. (rip Sold by Pruggists, Toe. Hall's Family Pills 25c. , A Necessary Revision- Hiland— On account of the dry weather the "Keep off the Grass" signs will have to be taken out of the parks and repainted, „ Httlket-Why? Hiland— They should be made to read "Keep off the Hay-" j| t^e BaJ>y la uumng '*'eeth, ' Be sure ana use tlmtold and weU-trJe4 »i?ro9<Jy, Mus. WJWMW'S socmnxo BVBVP for cmidreu TeetWng. • All other knowledge is' hurtful- to him who has not honesty and gopd nature, *-*• ' ptoU tQ cure or money refuttdea, AsS A> leading New York says t«a* "tbp best ohesl s SQle.ft* tte fQftt." throat speoialist BUDS, Society buds, young \yo- meu'just entering the doors of society or womanhood, require the wisest care. To be beautiful and charming they must have perfect health, with all implies — a"n:l< skin, rosy cheeks, bright eyes and good spirits. At this period the young, woman ia especially sensitive, and many, nervous troubles, which continue through life, have their origin at, this time. If there be pain, headache, backache, and nervous dis< turbances. or the general health not good, the judicious use of medicine should be employed. Dr. Pierce's Favorite Prescription is the best restorative tonic and nerv- ine at this time. The best bodily condition results from its use. It's a remedy spe, daily indicated for those delicate weaknesses and derangements that afflict ,wo- menkind at one period or another. You'll find that the woman who has faithfully used the "Prescription" is the picture ol health, she looks well and she feels well, In catarrhal inflammation, in chronic dls- plr cements common to women, where there art. symptoms of backache, djzzirjess pi fainting, bearing down sensations, <3-~™ dered stomach, jnoodiness, fatigue," the trouble is surely dispelled and,,.. .„ sufferer brought back to health and,goodv" spirits. ' " « WOMAN'S .ILLS." Mus.-W. R, BATES,' of j Dilivorth. TrmnbM Co,, ( Ohio, Avrites: "A few years ago , took Doctor,plerce'a Favorite Prescription, which has been a great benefit to rue, I pm jn excellent health »ow, I hope that'every woman,, who is trpnbleql wi-tn 'women's ills,' will .try the ' Prescription' and b.e bei B91 have been," » "M P ISO'S road, h&ye sb9 w »' first refteotwg' te^escopp Sip toHen to suppress toe , If" jt wasn't for tlie looJla in this wrW ftt time f-wwgOE'Wi*: 1,'n^jr «v ••'•'•" •• 4' ' t : A&^t^iue^ en ortw f rt«»4,« Mate* Threats 'first regarded u§e of br,ipks

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