The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa on July 11, 1894 · Page 8
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The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa · Page 8

Algona, Iowa
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Wednesday, July 11, 1894
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THE UPPER DBS MO1NES: ALGONA, IOWA, WEDNESDAY. JULY 11, 1894. MED THE SEAS 38 YEARS. One of His Experiences. I'or thlr'y-elsht years Onpt. Loud followed tlit huii, ti ost of that time as master of a ves- Rfi, u'td i pon retiring from the water was ap- pol -i. i d iiy t ie Secretary of the United States TiBrihun *o superintend tho seal fisheries In A In,,, a viileli pojltiou be held five years. lie rein)(••< one uxperlonce as follows: '"Ktir wverniypars I had been troubled with gdnoral i i'r»'ousncs3 and pain In the region ot niv h -iirt, My (trcatest nflHctlon was slceplp s m; II was nlraost Impossible at any time i i.'> tin rest and sleep. Having seen Dr. 5j< . ••' i-modli)8 odvortfeed I began using Ner-l !• \i'ipr taking a small quantity the benc • it« oivi>d wim so great that I was positive!/ alnrmnd, thinking the remedy con- tainuiJ up!.i os which would finally be injurious i o mi-. id. t on being assured by the druggist thin ic <';i.s perfectly harmless, I continued ll :o;iit.!ier with the Heart Cure. Trrtiy lean coiinclunblously say that Dr. M lies' B«- Btoi'fti.lvu Nurvlne and .New Heart Cure did tuoits for me than anything I had ev^r tnlten. I bud IjiHin treated by eminent physicians in Novv York and San Francisco without ben- lli-,. I owe my present good health to the Judicious use of these most valuable remedies, and heartily recommend them to all afflicted as 1 wan."—Oapt. A. P. I/oud, Humpden, Mo. Dr. Mlios 1 Restorative Nervine and Now Cure are sold by all drugKlsts on a positive Kuaran tec. or by Dr. Miles Medical Co., Elkhart, Ind,, on receipt of price, SI per bottle, or six bottles for S5, express .prepaid. -They are fun from ull opiates and dangerous drugs. SOLD 37 DRUGGISTS. I will sell you better FLOUR and other mill products for less money than you can buy elsewhere, or no money. Every sack warranted and delivered. J. J. WILSON. ABSTRACTS. Do you want reliable abstracts? We make them promptly and at moder'ate prices. Is your title to your land perfect? It is always well to know about this. A small cloud on your title might cause somebody a good deal of trouble. Better see about it now. Jones & Smith. ON REAL ESTATE. . CHARLEY LAAGE Has opened a blacksmith shop at the old Peterson stand on west State street, west of the new livery barn, and is prepared to do General Blacksmithing Of all kinds, In the best manner and at reason ' able prices. ^"Plow work a specialty. State : University OF WILL BE A BIG INSTITUTE Extensive ftrepafation Utidef Wafr fo the County Institute, to fee Held '* 6tt AttgtiSt 6*20, , A Strong: and Able Corps of Instructors Secured—What the Superintendent . Says About It. The Several Departments will ]3egin the Tear 1893-84 on Sept. 20. Each department is thoroughly equipped for efficient work, and no pains -will be spared to afford students the best possible opportunity to pursue their chosen lines of study. For particular information as to the respective departments address as follows: Collegiate—Charles J. Sehaeffer, president, Iowa City. Law—Bmlin MoClaln, chancellor, Iowa City. Medical—J. W. Harrimau, M. D., secretary of facultj, Iowa City. Homoeopathic Medical— 3. G. GUehrist, M. p., registrar of faculty,.Iowa City. Dental—A. 0. Bunt, D. D. S., dental faculty, Iowa City. Pharmaceutical—E, L. Boerner, Ph. G., dean of faculty, Iowa City, Expenses in all departments are reasonable. Cost of board in private families, $3 to {5 per week; in clubs, 81.50 to J3.6Q per week. For catalogues, or for general information, address CHARLES A. SCHAEFFEB, 3Xn»3 President. Supt, Reed has issued a circular concerning the coming 1 session of the county teachers' institute. It also gives the progratntne for the two weeks the meeting will continue, The date of its commencement will be Aug. 6, and the following faculty will have charge of the work in hand: Supt. B. F. Reed, conduftor school law Prof. J. S. Shoup, didactics, rhetoric, grammar. Prof. W. H. Dixson, algebra, arithmetic. Prof. G. P. Barslou, history, reading. Miss M. Rowena Morse, geography, physiology. Hon. Orlando H. Baker, lecturer, " The American Consulate at Copenhagen." Rev. E. P. McEltoy, lecturer, " Louis Kossuth." Rev. W. E. Davidson, lecturer, " The Struggle Between Charles I and the People." Prof. W. M. R. French, lecturer, " The Wit and Wisdom of the Crayon." The formal opening will occur Tues* day evening, Aug. 7, with the following programme: Address of 'welcome, WillioM. Galbraith, Algona; Teach ers'Response, Carrie Goodwin,. Burt; Lecture, Prof. O. H. Baker, Indianola. The circular says: State Superintendent Sabin has forwarded his hearty approval of our selection of institute instructors and the subjects to be presented them.. The pro- gramme has been prepared with special reference to the wants and demands of the teachers. We shall retain, as heretofore, the entire executive control and management of the session and hold ourselves personally responsible for the success of the same. Profs. Shroup aud Dixson are so well known that they need no introduction hene. ' Each will continue the line of work 'pursued by him at the last session. Both, were retained by a strong demand from the teachers. Mr. Barslou is justly entitled to recognition in the institute faculty. He is a fluent reader of latin, a master of many of the higher branches, and a successful instructor. C'Miss Minnie Morse was for several years a student in the Algona schools, where shfe was the special favorite of a large circle of friends. After taking an extended course at the state university, she graduated with honors from that institution. She is now professor of science in the Sioux City high school and pomes warmly endorsed by Mr. Shroup. Prof. O. 'H. Baker, once the president of the old Algona college, and later the American consul to Denmark, will give an intellectual treat to all those who hear him. His ability as an educator, and his classic scholarship are everywhere acknowledged. Rev. McElroy, on Thursday evening, Aug. 9, will deliver a fitting tribute to the memory of the great Hungarian chief after whom this county was named. He had the pleasure of meeting the exiled patriot in Boston at the time he was solicitating aid for his depressed countryman. Mr. McElroy is a popular speaker and the subject of this lecture is one of his best. Preceding the lecture an original poem entitled "Kossuth's Mission," written by Wm. Campbell of Algona, will be recited by Ruth E. Reed. Monday evening, Aug 13, Mr. Davidson will speak upon a subject of immense interest to all the teachers. He is an inveterate" explorer after historic facts, and. he knows how to entertain an audience and give it the benefit of his research. The closing lecture, Thursday evening, Aug. 16, by Prof. French, director of the art institute of Chicago, will be the crowning event of the season. Lecture bureaus announce him as the king of the chalk talk platform. In demonstrating that certain analogies exist between literary composition and artistic composition, his crayon seems to be moved by the hand of a magician. This is the first time in seven years that we were able to secure a contract for his appearance in Algona. D. T, Smith will conduct the musical feature of all the evening entertainments, LADIES,' misses,' and children's summer waists at Galbraith's. Livery and Sale Stable, BY HUNTER. aying feecpine jpje proprietor pf the e<lb,arRSOBtfl of the Ten- am »ow prepared to |ur- LADIES' slippers, new stock, at Galbraith's. ___ Physiological Effect of Music. The results of numerous experiments made with scientific ortre by a Russia^ physician to determine what, if any, are the physiological effects produced by musio are thus summarized: An influence on the circulation of blood is noticed, the pressure sometimes rising and sometimes falling, though the action of musical tones and pipes both on animals and men expresses itself for the most part by increased frequency of the beats of the heart; the variations in the circulation consequent upon musical sounds coincide with changes in the breathing, though they mayalso be observed quite independently of it; the Variations in the blood pressure are dependent on the pitch and londness of the sound and on tone color; in these variations of the blood pressure also the peculiarities of the individuala, whether men or lower animals, are plainly apparent, and even nationality, in the case of man, is claimed to exhibit some ef« ,«~ Jiew York Tribyne, A simple, easily procured live and practical weans of escape from upper eteriej may b« found in a stout and i Strong jsaaUJa rope, shpujd b,e d.eep and wjde them down. Tbe sack is then drawn tip, when the remaining occapanl goes into the sack with the Slack end of the rope, and paying it out lets himself down. Rope and sack will pass ttnhntt past considerable Sheets of flame from Windows below, and it occasionally treated to it strong Solution of alum water, or even stror-g brine, are of difficult ignition. The deep Back dispels the feel' ing of fear in not beholding the diziy height and also protects from flame in passing windows. Every window should have strong staples into which & rail can be inserted and which should be ever ready if needed. A cool head could thus let down, in many cases, numerous loads, and for that matter there may be rope enough to allow all the paying out and pulling up to be done by some one on the ground. Private instructions should be in every room, and each occupant should be made familiar with the working.—-Pittsburg Dispatch. Sour Grapes. A Moat MYSTERIOUS VISION. Miss Pert—It is useless of you to urge me to marry you. When I say no, I mean no. Mr. Cinnic—Always? Miss Pert—Invariably. Mr. Cinnic—-And can nothing ever change your determination when you once make up your mind? Miss Pert—Absolutely nothing. Mr. Cinnic—Well, I wouldn't care to marry a woman like that.—Brooklyn Life. Beauty and the Beast. Vernon—You look very much as though you would like to take that dog's seat. Brandon—That's so, old rnan. And he looks very much as though he'd like to take mine.—Truth. Extenuating. "Why, ypu told me you hated Jaokl" "Oh, that was before he proposed,"— Life. A Necessary Accomplishment. Hobson—Coine, go skating! Pobson—No, J can't swim,—Puck. "People sometimes ask me why I spell lay name with two n'fl," said Representative Hermann, "When I was & >tudent in Maryland years ago, I got ;he idea into my bead that J would follow the fashion and eliminate the extra letter. J started in hy writing to iny father, a respected and prominent phyei- 3ian in Baltimore, and signing it in the Improved way, * your affectionate son, Blpger Herman.' My father qnickly letected the change, and back came a letter whose earnest reproaches I have never forgotten. "He pointed oat that the name stood lor one of the greatest heroes of antiquity, Armenjvig, the Hermann of Tfi9i* us, who stood Hfee a bulwark agaiset Roman Jnet of conquest, and to whose .esdership the ancient Gerroans pwed fee preservation pf their nationality, ;heJr language aod their freedom, le --'" *feat name w«S fives we by ftcjs aipae hsd the BBthprity to cpjifer ', ft«4 with their fpfljfint the shoijld never be altered, f T$g in i „. tP <i letter, fte retake | w^yj An CncAnfty brefttn tit WJilfch Major An* dro'» frkte Wa. Depleted. The following instance may serve to strikingly justify Colqnhonti's theory 1 that there is an original Spiritual energy expressed in dreams which has nothing to do with the state of the body and is be-yond the power of the soul when it ha8 been reabsorbed by the material organization on awaking. Prior to his embarkation for America at the outbreak of the Revolutionary war Major Andre went to visit a friend, Miss Rebecca Steward, who lived in Derbyshire. During his stay it Was arranged that they should ride over to view the Wonders of the famous Peak. tt was also Miss Steward's desire to introduce the major to some friends in the neighborhood, including a Mr. Newton and the curate of the parish, Mr. Cunningham. She bad given both these gentlemen notice of her intention, and While awaiting her arrival Mr. Cunningham took occasion to tell Mr, Newton the circumstances of a dream he had had the night before, which affected him so that he could not shake off the recollection of it. He said that he was standing in the midst of a forest that was entirely strange to him. After gazing listlessly around him for a few moments he perceived a horseman approaching at great speed. As the latter came opposite the spot where the dreamer stood three men who seemed to have been lying in ambush sprang from their place of concealment, and seizing the bridle of the horse ordered the rider to dismount. They then carefully searched his person and led him away. The face, figure and bearing of the horseman made so deep an impression upon Mr. Cunningham 'B mind that he awoke, but falling asleep again presently dreamed that he was one of a throng of spectators near a great city; that he saw the same person he had seen seized in the wood brought out between files of soldiers, who marched him to a gallows and there hanged him. When Major Andre and Miss Steward arrived, Mr. Cunningham was horror struck to discover in the person of Miss Steward's friend the very man whose seizure and execution he had witnessed in his dream. Here was an accurate anticipation of events that actually happened within 12 months from the date of the dream. The capture of Andre, the search of his person for . documents that convicted him for acting the part of a spy and his public execution' constitute one of the most dramatic episodes of the contest with the mother country. How is it imaginable that so definite a vision of coming events could arise from the influence of aiiy physical condition on the mind of the sleeper? What possible state of the body could confer upon the soul the power to describe future occurrences with such exact fidelity to details? — New York Times. the pnty boir (ring) which ewtBQt be pujUd OT wwwJwd fr W ft* mt, Gp c«ly to < on cwej containis g foil Uftd? «!&• Keystone Watch Cos* Company MRS. F, Is now prepared to do all kinds of dress inak Ing at her home ou Cue ftctery In $$ wgrld ir<?p§weU fecund arpund $foe top $9 vMoh the rope ball is attached. 'If no ~""" , te His Trip to Japan. The rector of one of the up town chuiches announced in Sunday school that all the boys who were faithful attendants at the classes for a specified time should be taken on a stereopticon trip to Japan. Time passed, and the period was finished. But before the promised entertainment could be announced there was a ring at the rectory door one day, and a good woman appeared inquiring for the preacher. He was out, and she was told she must come again. She was willing, adding that she wanted to see him about her boy's going to Japan. He had won the trip, she said, but she didn't know what clothes he would need or what preparations she might have to make, It is to be feared, though it ie'jaot so stated, that the rector was out the next time she called too.—New York Times. A Whist Curiosity. Those who are fond of a "band at whiet" will be interested in the following peculiar circumstance: One evening four friends were playing a rubber at a mutual friend's house not far from Barnstaple. O, D. and R. B, were partners, and E. B. and C. H. were ditto. On two occasions E. B. and C. H. won every trick, and on one occasion O. D. and R. B. held every black card, and E. B. and C. H, every red one. Clubs were trumps.—Devon and Exeter Daily Gazette. Bay State Etiquette. Wingate—It must be a queer kind of etiquette they teach at that boarding school Miss Flyrte has just graduated from. i Walker—Why so? , ' Wingate—Ob, nothing. Only I kissed her in the hallway in the dark the other eight, and <*e said " Thanks 1"—Sow- erville Journal. Your Watch Insured Free. A perfect injuranee against theft or accident if the now f*n»ou* We Have Removed Our farm machinery from the rink to our shops on Call street, where we have a full line of all machinery needed on the farm, including Standard Mowers= and repairs for the same. Be sure to see -the Standard before you buy. Bradley & Nicoulin. C. L. LUND. J. J. RYAN [Successors to C. L. Lund—Established 1880.] REAL ESTATE DEALERS We wish to announce to the readers of THE UPPBK DBS MOINBS that we have extraordinary facilities for the selling of farms and unimproved lands In northern Iowa, and we invite all who wishto dispose of Iheir property to call on us at our office in AlgonaV or to correspond with us. S^-As soon as spring opens we have a large number of customers from the eastern states who are ready to conie out and secure a piece of Iowa soil at reasonable rates. We believe in fair dealing, and if you want to sell your property don't waste an> time in listing it with us. Yours respectfully, LUND & KYAN. The Northern Iowa Exchange, IT OOSTS If you wish to buy, sell, or rent houses or lots; if you wish to buy or sell a lo ad of hay, wood grain, etc.; if you wish for employment or dusire to employ, call and see us, We write all kinds of insurance. Q-EO. a^E. B^xiIjBTr, State Bank block. vfc FINANCIAL. Kossuth County State Bank CAPITAL .............. . ............... $50,00f Incorporated under general laws of Iowa. Deposits received, money loaned, foreign ana domestic exchange bought and sold. Collec tlons made promptly, and a general banking business transacted. Passage tickets to or from the old countries sold at lowest rates. WM. H. INGHAB1 .................. .President J. B. JONES .................... Vice President LEWIS H. SMITH ...................... Cashier Directors— Wm. H. Ingham, John G. Smith, J. B. Jones, T. Chrlschllles, Lewis H. Smith, J. W. Wadsworth, Barnet Devine. The First National Bank itf pwdwt* i* Jas, Boss Watsh CAPITAL ......................... 850,000 Special attention given to collections. AMBROSE A. CALL ................. President D. H. HUTCHINS . . .' ........... Vice President WM. K. FERGUSON ........... . ....... Cashier C. D. SMITH ...... ........... ....Asst. Cabhler Directors— D, H. Hutchlns, S. A. Ferguson, Philip Dorweller, W. F. Carter, Ambrose A. Call, B. H. Spencer, Wm. K. Ferguson. Money always on hand to loan at reasonable rates to parties furnishing first-class security. CASH CAPITAL, $50,000. A.LQONA., IOWA. Officers and Directors— A, D, Clarke, President, O. C. Chubb, Vice Prest., Thos. H. Lautry, Cashier, Geo. L. Galbraith, W. 0. Tyrrell, Myron Schenck, Thos, F. Cooke, General Banking, PRIVATE SAFETY DEPOSIT VAULTS. {^"Interest paid on time deposits. TO THE PUBLIC. I desire to say to the people of this section that I am better than ever prepared to meet their wants in the line of Painting, Paper Hanging, etc., and feel free to say that I can guarantee my work to be first class. I mix my own paint Jt may be well to add that I was not responsible for the Inferior work done last season by the firm with wfcioh I was unfortunately connected for a short time; circumstances which I could not control caused some poor work to be done, but I promise my patrons that It shall not occur again, I am the " boss" now, and you may rely on what I tell you. Give me a trial aud you will be satisfied. JAS, A.. ORB, PRESS MAEJNG-, fc, A, and Medicines, PROFESSIONAL. -W^N^^^V^^^^^XX^«^J- Sl x- W -N^-V^V^-*. CLARKE & COHENOUR, ATTORNEYS AT 'LAW. Office over First National bank, Algona, la. W. B. QUARTON, ATTORNEY AT LAW. Over Kossuth County bank, Algona, Iowa. E. H. CLARKE, ATTORNEY AT LAW. Collection agent. Opera House block. S. S. SESSIONS, ATTORNEY AT LAW. Prompt collections. Money to loan on chattel security; Over Chrlschllles' store. DANSON & BUTLER, LAW. LOANS. LAND. Collections a specialty. Office In Gardner Cowles' new building. &.MCMAHON, ATTORNEYS AT LAW, Office In Hoxle-Ferguson bljck. L. K, GARFIELD, M. D., PHYSICIAN AND SURQEON. Office, State st., one door east of Cordlncley Residence, McGregor st., east of the> . public school building. H. C. MeCOY, M. D,, PHYSICIAN AND SURGEON. Special attention to city practice. PHYSICIAN AND SURGEON, Algona, Iowa. J. M. PRIDE, M. D,, PHYSICIAN AND SUR&EON, Office over Jno. Goeders' store, on State street, Algona, Iowa. ' . • ' DR. T. H, STULL, PHYSICIAN AND SURQEON, Chronic diseases a specialty. Office, over Sheeta' drug store. Residence, Glass property, McGregor streei, T, J. FELL.INO, M. D., PHYSICIAN AND SURQEON, Consultationiln English and German. 'Office and residence over H. Goetsch'a atore, Whltternore, Iowa, E, S, GLASIER, p. p. S,, SURGEON DENTIST, Office over the State Bank, Algona, Jowa. DENTTJST, 4. L. HIST, D. D, B. J, F, PRESTON, M. Eye, Ear Jose and Throat MA5J0N BLJV?8SJX

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