The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa on October 10, 1894 · Page 2
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--:'C :•' < ; MOKflS! At.60frk IOWA • 1** t»«i* Oatifmfe i* Dot G«m1 Totohed the lAwcufc 1'olnt fof bptloas—t'AUfttes itt the NttWYoftfi. Oct. S.—Dtrti'fl WeeWy filfriew of Trade eays: "With the *tdef mottey crops of the West and «*ttth sinking ia taitie It is not stratige that ptirchases of iiianuifActtlred pro-> titicts nre smaller than was expected. Wheat has touched the lowest point Jeter known for eptiohs and cotton the lowest ever Icnowa In any form With the.present classification, and the aecmmulation ot stdcks in-both products is dSscottraging -to purchase foi" iw advance. Pixuducers are compelled to sell at prices bcloxv the ordinary Cost of raising crorjis and in some western states there is talso a lamentable iftilure of the corn crop. Under the circumstances it iwonld be very strange if the demand for manufactured products should be quite as large as in other years. "Wheat suffes-s most from the accumulation of stocks in sight, which are far beyond what is' usually expected for the sea soil, and the exports for September afce unusually small. ilVjr the first tveek 'of October Atla.ntic exports were 1^037,372 bushels, against 803,740 last year, and western receipts were 4,015,800bushels, against 0,180,680 last year, and these figures give some encouragement, but have little influence in view of lite unusual visible supply. The price for cash wheat is a small fraction higher for the week. Corn receipts at the west have been only a third as largo as they were last year, with .exports amounting to nothing, but the price has not further declined after the heavy fall during the previous fortnight. Pork products arc weak-in tone, .though only lard is quotably lower. Cotton is one- eighth lower, the case price being the lowest known for forty-five years, and considering the difference in classification it is perhaps lower than at any tune in 1840, and estimates that the «rop is more than 10,000.000 hales are more "commonly credited now than estimates of 8.500,000 were two months •ago. With favorable weather the yield seems likely to be the largest ever Jmown. "The condition of the industries is in some respects more ssitisfactory. Evidently there is a larger demand for iron products than there was a month ago, though the increase in output has been somewhat greater than the increase in the demand. The structural market is fairly active in the west, without change at the east, and while the coke output has become the heaviest ever known, 149,775 tons for the week, the price is declining, and steps are being taken to limit the supply. "The boot and shoe trade continues to deliver more goods than in any previous year, as it did in September, and most of the works still have orders for one or two months ahead, although mainly for low or medium-priced goods. "There is a little better demand this OCTOBER 10. 1894 filed to itas fiMrict mat ... ffiafcel the etaftliflg charge that ftfl em- pib^e ttf'taiM A Boyle, who owned a saw Mil, set the fire which afterward bur tied Hinekley, The paper is an answer to & suit bfdttght by Laird «fe ftoyle against Wisdom & Cannon, who also owfl a mill at Pine City, with whotn there were negotiations pending f of an exchange of properties, the defendants to put in a note for $1*600 and make some other concessions. The answer alleges that the plaintiffs ought not td recover, since the mill was burned Sept. i, 1894, by a fire, "which was set and kiadled by the plaintiffs, their servants and employes, that it occurred wholly and solely by reason of the eafrekgsness • and negligence of the pin in tiffs and their employes, and that the fire so set and kindled was the same fire which thereafter and on the same day destroyed the, village of llinckley and a large amount of timber, as the defendant verily believes." Now Ynrk Republican* Nominate. NEW YOKE, Oct. 8.—The republicans last night at then- county convention nominated Col. William L. Strong for Mayor and John W. Goff for recorder. It was decided to not nominate the remainder of the ticket until after a conference with the anti-Tammany factions and the Committee of Seventy. The nominations were indorsed by the independent Steckler democrats, the O'Brien wing of the democracy, the good government clubs, the republican members of the German Reform union, the Civic Union and the Committee of Seventy. Uficle Sam Abandoning tho Killen. NEWOKLKANS, La., Oct. 8.—Calvin G Ausbern of Pittsburg, the wealthiest American resident, has been arrested for participating in the July riots, although he says he can prove ho was attending a. dinner and took no part, has received word' from Washington that Zelaya has consented to permit American prisoners to land in Blucfields and settle their affairs, although still considering them exiles and not entitled to trial. This is evidently all America will do for the prisoners, abandoning the demand for a speedy trial. Don't \Vnnfc Krco Silver. PAHKERSBUKG, W. Va., Oct. 8.—The fourteenth annual session of the farmers' national congress adjourned last night to meet at Atlanta, Ga., next fall, the date to be fixed by the executive committee. A resolution favoring the election of United States senators by the people was indefinitely postponed. A resolution favoring restricted immigration was adopted. A resolution favoring free coinage of silver wus voted do'wn. fOE WOMAN AND tfOME INffi«6§flNe JffeMi dnrrent Note* ol th* Modcn—Bnt tons Arc Hecomlnf trttihiAAable Again —ftew Bodice Kvolfcrt bjr the t,tlt Stlinihfei' Girl. ill3 OUTISfG ifotvtt Which wa fresh and new in June is beginning to look as if its summer jitiints had been very Wearing There is not much left of the typiciv girl's outing frock, and yet _ days for long tramps are just beginning. She must luivo a new dress, and one Which she Would not be ashamed to tvear in town for a. while, either. If the frock she wore at the first of the season was blue in color, dark brown will make a pleasant change. A good quality of serge is a reliable material The skirt may bo inside perfectly plain and full or trimmed in the front with rosettes of bliiclc moire ribbon. In the latter case the bolero jncltet of serge trwv be made extremely jaunty by a* trimming of sinnller rosettes. The jacket is worn over, a silk or linen shirt waist A black silk waist with voluminous sleuvcs. wonl I look well when back in town, while a shirt waist of heliotrope, bult or bright scarlet, would brighten up tho gown for country wear. Buttons Kvorywhcro, Her butti n gown was a great success. She was conscious of this after wearing it for the first time. Such an amount of attention she had ncv r before received. It was an imported frock and it carried just sixteen dozen buttons. They were very small buttons of glistening gilt, and ih*»y shone upon her dress like cords of gold. The skirt of this French costume was made of fine white brondcloth, with an unuauul amount of fullness at atfrtt tftftf d mfereiy f d¥ the fc&ftft »t t photograph, but fttiAft shots showScl th6 visitor at tlWIr toesfc tiid ifl *hlf» deter is tic ptttcs. Several iffipresaldna wefe always made of each gcotip Id fee acre of getting ealisfact f$> resBIta. The hostess promised each persod & duplicate of his or hsf pic'tlrej no one was ever found td objact or manodiffi- culties. It has brert her practice trt develop and print each set of photographs irairie Iiately nffcjr a houseful of guests deparh«d afrartge them on several pages of blank book and beneath each print write tae names of the persons pictured. Krch iJIsh Plays » Tnrin. A London papei? states that an American Woman l.itoltf received What must be termed the most original of wedding presents, it is a musical dinner service, of which each plate begins to nlay a tune when put upon the table. The soup plates are accredited to marches as suiting the em per of the guests at that* moment of solemnity, but as dinner progresses and the wine and courses do their en- ivening work the harmonies brighten, iccordingly, till at desert the covers re ringing out tlie maddest of polkas and galops. Wo Wrote "Sweet Mafic." "The Poet of the Rockies," Mr. Cy tVarman, is responsible for ''Swee't ifarie." Mr.' \\artnati likes "Sweet fciarie." One reason for his fondness s that he made S3 6n7 in royalties be- ween January and .July, and expects lis receipts for the three months end- ng with.September to be over $3,000 more. There is reason for his liking he soncr. Mrs. Wurman is in a meas- re as responsible to the public for Sweot Marie" as 'her husband is. he insoirud the song. Her name is larie, and they have been married nly a couple of years, which accounts or "bweet Mario" perfectly. Such a Convenient Design. The summer girl has discovered a ew bodice. Hero is a picture of it It as first worn by n very pretty young oman at an informal dance. Then was -made, of peaphblo.w taffeta ombined wMi green ' chiffon and hite moire. The wide sash and irectoire rovers wore of the moire, FOE VOOTG FOLKS. ftfeAttitfo froit tools AfitJ GIRLS. tlie Gnllnht toeeil 6* Chnt-le*, the Ortbln Boyj Mow Me Snrp.l the Shit* Unit Hecntne FuMon* Moro I.lvcs l^ost at. Son. WEST, Fla,, Oct. 8.—Every day fresh information reaches here from the Keys relative to the loss of life in the recent hurricane. Fourteen of the crew of the British bark Brandon of Quebec are supposed to have been lost. The Norwegian ship Thcora was lost off Turtle harbor, but all were saved. J.UC1C la u IIUI/IU UUl/fcKl UCIUiillU U11S T t t l-l -I I.-L i 4i , . ,. week for goods of higher quality, how- f^fft^* *" ""^ °* hV " ever, and the demand for leather is still reducing the reserve. "The failures for the last week have been 219 in the United States, against 380 last year, and thirty-nine 'in Canada, against forty-five last year." CZAR VERY WEAK. Bnssia's Ruler Reported to Bo In Bad Shape. ST. PETEBSBUKG, Oct. 8.—It is said the czar is suffering from extreme weakness, but that ho is not confined to his bed. If he is too weak to go to Corfu in December he will spend the •winter in southern Russia. It is reported that the marriage of the czaro- wich to Princess Alix of Hesse has Jt>een indefinitely postponed. The imperial yacht Tsarevua has started for the Piraeus, Whither it goes'' by order of the czar. The other imperial yacht, Polar Star, will start for the Mediterranean Oct. SO. lost will never be known, as communication with the Keys is difficult. One of the Bank Robber* Captured. ULOOMFIEI.D, Ind., Oct. 8.—The searching party that wentoutin search of the robbers of the Bloomfield bank was successful in capturing one of the thieves about dark five miles south of Bloomfield. lie had in his possession $300—his share of the plunder. He is in jail. It is expected the others will l)e caught to-day. The Bloomfleld bank will resume. W, C, T, U. Convention in Session. 3I4-BION, Iowa, Oct. 8.—The state convention of the W. C. T. U. closed its session last pight with a public meeting addressed by Miss Frances E, \Vil- Ja«l, Resolutions were adopted de- bouncing the mulct law as a, dishonest ajyi incompetent measure. Mrs. Marion K, Dunham was elected president. MV, V, T. U. Ind., Oct. 8.—Indiana W. C, T, U, with 500 delegates from all parts of the btalo began a five-da v convention at ftobcrts J'ark church yes* J - * The state association is celt- _ its majority at this meeting, • the twenty-first annual gather* Alix Trots n Fast Mile. CniLLicoTiiK, Ohio, Oct. 8.—The excellent program arranged for the closing day was badly interfered with by weather. In addition to the cold, raw air several showers fell during the day, which-left'thc-traek soft. Alix is quite a favorite here and rather than disappoint the 3,000 people that were out to see the sweet little queen start, Monroe Salisbury sent her out. Alix trotted a mile in 3:06>£, a great performance, considering the soft track. Trust In the Wheel Business. INDIANAPOLIS, Ind., Oct. 8.—Representatives of various wheel companies have completed an organization which will practically give them the monopoly of the wheel business in the counr try. The name of the new organization is the Commercial Wheel company. Dwight N. Smith of Jackson, Mich., is president. State ReBta in tho Day Ciiso. MILWAUKEE, Wis., Oct. 8.—The state rested its case against Hanker F. T. Day yesterday afternoon, and an adjournment was taften until next Thursday, when the defense will introduce its witnesses to clear Mr. Day. The state has made out a very strong case against the banker, Kugiueer Root to do on tho Stage. NEW Youic, Oct. 8.—James Root, the bravo engineer of llinckley, Minn., who is visiting here, has signed a two weeks' contract with a theatrical company, which opens at the Grand opera house Monday evening. Bpurko Cpckrun May Not Kun Again. NEW YOKK, Oct. 8.—It wns given out Komi-ollicially yesterday that Bourke Cockran will not bo u, candidate for congress again. There is some talk of nominating' Do Lancey Nicol} in his district. touring the wars between France ftnd England, previous to the American Revolution, the shin Good Tidings, of Philadelphia, commanded by Captala ttezekiah Sniffing ft member of the Society of Friends, sailed from New Yoi'k With it cargo of produce bouild to England. When within Bight of her destined port, th.fc Quaker ship was chased by a Small French man-of-war. Captain Snilflh endeavored to escape, but finding that the cneiny Was rapid" ly gaining, and would be alongside In short order, he and his two officers ceased their exertions,. and retired to their state-rooms for the purpose of ae» curing a few trifles which they desired to.carry with them Into captivity. The cabin-boy Charles, a bright young Fhiladelphlan of fifteen years, followed •his captain, and asked If nothing more was to bo douo to save thff ship. The master replied that It would be useless; that If they submitted quietly they would probably receive good treatment, whereas to offer opposition would be but to Incur the 111 will of the Frenchmen, which would bo vented upon them, to tholr sorrow. Charles then-returned to the deck, aud address- etl tihe crew of fifty men telllug them that ho had a plan by which they might save themselves from a foreign prison. Iln then explained to thorn what he proposed to do, nud the sailors agroed to place themselves under his command and to execute his orders faithfully. A l'e\v miuutea later the French cutter ranged alongside and made fast; then sec-Ing: that no opposition was to be made to their boarding, nil but' about a dozen of them jumped on the deck of the merchantman, most of them diving below in search of plunder. The moment arrived for which ! Charles had waited. Giving the signal, to his men, he bounded over the bulwark rail, his trusty followers at his side. Before the few startled men- o'-war's men could recover their wits, several of the sailors cut the lashiugs that held Ilie two vessels together, while the remainder quickly overpowered the scanty guard that had been, left oil the cutter. While the discoiiK tlted Frenchmen stood on the deck of the Good Tidings, looking at their vessel only a few yards away, sailing a course parallel with their own, Charles hailed and ordered that the port just abend should be steered for, threatening that if they refused ho would blow them out of the water with their own guns. To make his threat effectual he sent the men to the guus and provided them wltli lighted matches. Understanding that their lives depended upon- obedience, they sorrowfully steered hi to the port of their- enemies,,' followed by the cutter with the English llag hoisted above the French. Upon coming to anchor, communication was had with the shore, and a detachment of soldiers was sent off to iron the prisoners aud mount guard over them. When the particulars of this daring deed became known the gallant boy was commissioned a midshipman lii the royal navy. He became one of the most distinguished officers In the English service, and rose to the rank of Admiral and Commander-in-chief. Being knighted by his sovereign, he came to be known as Sir Charles Wager.— Harpers Young People. The Little Wiittrefitt, Serious little Lucy comes, Quite demure and still. Carries papa's breakfast cup, Lest a drop should spill. . gratings, so that he could not get Then they ranged themsclfes J«Jr Mly along the stream with hook attu.- line, and all went to fishing tot the «tt«* fish. By* and by one intrepid fisher tidtigfit him, sad immediately threw him back into the water. In the course oE tliuc- another caught him and did the satee- For three days the Intrepid fisher* kept at their Work, catching this ob> barbel; and at the end of that Unit* th> fish died of exhaustion and loss of blood. Thou the intrepid flshcrs counted up the notches that they had rnadO on their fishnoles, and the nmti wb<K had caught the barbel the most times- Was declared the champion fisherman of Marpiguon, and received great honors, the back. On the right side of the skirt a narrow panel of heliotrope velvet appeared to be caii"bt to the broadcloth by a row of gilt buttons, which stretched from waist line to hem. The bottom of the skirt w finished by a band of the velvet gleaming with another lino of gilt buttons. The bodice was heliotrope chiffon over silk and shirred to a yoke of white broadcloth outlined with very small gilt buttons. The chiffon at the waist line tuck into a corselet of heliotrope velvet bordered with buttons. The draped sleeve was white chiffon over heliotrope silk. The puff was most graceful. Uolow the elbow the chiffon was drawn over a tight-fitting cuff, which seemed held together by a row of buttons.— New York World. \ w|}l Wis., Oct. If 8,— Mayor of Alder- c health pa. Keglilcnts Agmnut Jap Tronty. Oct. 8,—Tho German residents of Japan have resolved to appeal to Germany against the proposed ret vision of the treaty between Germany and Japan regarding foreign consular jurisdiction. M<»sim«;hui!«Un Convention, JJasfoN, Mass., Opt, 8.—Tho republicans have completed aH amineipwieuts for their Btftte cooyentioiji Jiwe to-day, is exported QQV, Ure<j«halgo will With a Dlumona, Miss Olive Schreiner, who was bronchi up in South Africa, lias ru* oently told the following story: She and her brothers aud Bisters had as one of their playthings a bright stone that they called a candlestono. It was ubout the size of a walnut and would Hash in a bright and singular way when held to the light. Not until she had grown up and the can- dlestoae had bean lost for yeurs did any of them realise that it wag a diamond Of doubtless immense value. The Kimberly mines wero IQ the un- Known future, but this stone had perhaps beea washed down by eoiqe torrent QP brought by other chance region. to gu. es ti Ql popular bastes, njamr guests ftt feep c^nky hoinfl while the corselet aud short basque were of chiffon. The buckles : nd huge buttons were made of green enamel. The bodice was worn with a skirt of white' moiro, veiled by an overskirt of peachblow chiffon. When it next appeared the bodice was aboard a yacht. It was worn by another summer girl equally as pretty. But in this instance it was of serge instead of taffeta and trimmed with whits broadcloth instead of • filmy .Very-smooth her braided, Imir, Very trim her gown,' Bitdl) Dwellers in the tropics must constant* ly gilard against the many poisonous Insects and reptiles which lurk iu ere- vices and damp corners. The centipede, for example, Is unpleasantly BO^ cial in habits,'whiluJts,dread; i neighboiv the tarantula, whose bite means paralysis or death, frequents old howwit as well as stables and courtyards. We had a light the other day, writes- a lady from the West Indies, which, has made us very particular about searching our sleeping-rooms. It nil arose from the rauiblmgs of a small centipede, who would not stay tit home- but wandered across mamma's face in the night, aud stung her badly when slie tried to brush him off. Her fade was so swollen and pabi^ ful. the next day that I suppose we- were a bit nervous about the. danger .0 ourselves. I know that when I went take my siesta at uopu I looked tbout my room carefully, but seeing uothing, wrapped a slinwl about me and fell asleep. Waking, I opened my eyes lazily,, aklng In the objects about me one bj r one. Suddenly my blood ran cold. Ou uy pillow, scarcely a foot nwny, W«K. n cluster of ditrk, hairy little legs; be- " :okeulug the presence of the tarantula!. With ouc bouud I was in the mlddlo of the floor, seizing the baby from his crib, and threw open the door, calling wildly down the corridor, "Help-. Quick, ti cacata!" Sleepy .faces appeared at all tJiw doors, but sleep gave place to horror, and we armed ourselves hastily .for the combat. Tarantulas are very vicious when dt- tacked, and have been known to jmni» six feet; so we proceeded cautiously,. Seguda, the cook, going first with nn. axe. We looked through the room, but found no trace of the tarantula. Then wo searched more carefully, and finally made an exhaustive examination olf the minutest crannies, but still noth- iuff. At last the geulus of the party suggested that I He down as before; find she -proved her theory—that the knotted fringe of my shawl was the bugbear that had turned us all pale witli fright! . .'•'.: • He Wont on the Train. Aii American lady who spoke very little French, was yettiug Into a train for Dieppe at Paris.-last- summer. She- had a little white dog under her arm. One of the railway guards: stopped lip- to her, and touching his cap, snia somewhat pompously: "Madame, you cannot take your clog" on the train." "But I take my dog"—the lady began brokenly. "Madame, the rules admit no exception. You must put your dog lu a basket and pay his fare." "But my dog is different, sir"— "Your dog must go as all other dog* do!" The American lady was becoming: tier lips, but twinkles lildo }ier eyes of browu. —IK—is—oh, I enii't; -I'll put him In my; Pupa greets his llttlo With a smile and kiss, "Sweet the cup cornea by such, Charming maid as this!" chiffon. > In combination with a serge yachting cap »t possessed a vanished an4 The Tlio French people are oxtromely fond of angling, though theh: streams are comparatively d.p&tltuto of llsh, and tlielr lakes and ponds uro few. Many Frenchmen, nervous tuul excitable 011 other occasions, uro eouteub to sit by U stream with tv polo and wait nil day for a bite, J» a certain couwtry town "ofc far tvom Purls there eclats «» uucient listing club, named ttye Intrepid Flefe- ws of Muvplguon^,' A, pvetty strmm goes through Marpiyuoii, but for many, many years not PU.O UsU UnU U«efl JB this strwun. So Uio Jwti'ppld. ers baa'nothing to tja. Thp fixclteroon); w$y bo Uwvglijed, therefore, wliep tlio word ran through that ft largo babel—u very ,»ud gfraty 4sh—Uud been seeij lu Tho Intyopia Sshers turn- JBftfl having tt8,«(}r);aino4 that excited. "But my (.lojj; Is- think of the word- valise!" ••Impossible!" "O sir, tsike the dog yourself," tins lady exclaimed. "I c-annot take tlio dog, aiadame. II: is contrary to regulations." A-.great crowd had gathered by lute time. The American lady was Ispjrin- nimj to cry; but suddenly she thrust; her dog willy-nilly, into ,the" j guai-dV hands; and then lu»'discovered, to WM Intense astonishment, that the unirant AVas stuffed. The crowd roared with laughter. The guard gave the dog to the triumphant American lady, who had all the- time bWn trying vainly to remember the word ompaillc; and she took it on board. , An Old Liuly'w llonsi. Those who Imve-cliarge of ,cUiirltablo- institutions for the ag«l poor will tell you that no topic is more pleasing to some poor old women than the discussion of tholr "better days," when they wero the fortunate- possessors of "everything heart could wish for," as they are apt to express H. One old lady never tires of describing tuo finery she had when she was u bride; another boasts of having once- owned a "gold-band chauy tea-set" and six "solid silver teaspoons;" while u third dwells at great length on th,o elegance of a flowered silk gown and a satin parasol with fringe llfteeu inches long that she oiice owned. I One poor old woman never eay» anything until the otlysrs are don& j boasting. Then sho calmly remarks' "Well, I never had m> uhany tea; tilings, nor no Bilk gowns nor embroidered petticoats, nor open-work stockings, nor gold ear-drops, nor nothin' of that sort; but I have had four husbands mid I'd like to know if any of you 04111 bent that!" * H Curious Lt;«itl ' Hero Is a note for coin collectors, J^r Is probable that no boy >vho has col* looted the tokens of various nation* }ms ever before heard of the circulate ing medium which a Mexican .'traveler once discovered whilo traveling thvougU fUo grput republic on Its aoutiUwestorji borders. As the tstory goes, tho trnvc-U «r bpught some Hmps, ftn ,i Ka vo 'tlio girl who sold them one dollar lu pay, ttosiiT. By way of change slip returned him forty-nine pieces of wan the slz<> of usweot Ws^ult. After (expressing Ills surprise, « pQllpe-oflicer who wjC the iuciqeut iufoj-uit'cl him 1hat was ft legal Uwler ia tt»ut * .•,/.»

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