The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa on April 29, 1896 · Page 7
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"Ah,' [the widow, "I have been weeping L 4 o'clock this morning, and as soon Fhave eaten my dinner I am going Igln again 1"—Fllegende Blaetter. Lrulous boarder: "For ten years I habits were as regular as clock- It. I rose at the stroke of 6; half tour later I sat down to breakfast; TI was at work, 'dined at 12, ate at H was In bed at 9:30; ate only hearty [ and wasn't 111 a single day." garboarder: "Dear me! And what you, in for?" (Awful silence.)— 5e-Up. L Hugglns and Miss Dimple had ji discussing marriage in an imperil manner, when the -young lady an- ticed her preference In this way: i mai; I marry must be handsome, iited, amiable,, courageous, and lout a fault of any sort whatever." flits is very sudden," replied Mr. Igins. "I thoroughly appreciate the Tor you confer upon me, but you will me a week to consider, I sup- ^ . r»ur 08 a Alabamt. Mississippi;' < ^i^S"* ?""s 11 P Dr P lon oi Jtestucky, at Ofie single Iftre for the round tHfr Tickets will fee g-oo'd to return within twetitjr-one days, on payment of $3 to' agent at destination, and will allow stop-over at any point ofi the southbound trip, Ask your ticket agent about it, and if he cannot sell y8ti excursion tickets write toC. P. Atmore, General Passenger- Agent, Louisville, **.,«• J,, K, Rldgely, N, W. P. A. Chicago, 111. Strietiy in fashion, Mafle--When are you going to be mar. fied—at high noon? Estelle—No; George said he thought it would be better for us to be married at high 8 to. m, Half Fare to Virginia and Carolina. ( Oh May 6 homeseekers* excursion tickets will be sold from all points in the West and Northwest over the "Big Four Eoute" and Chesapeake & Ohio By. to Virginia and North Carolina at one fare for the round trip. Settlers looking for a home in the South can do no better than in Virginia^ There they have cheap farm lands, no blizzards, no cyclones, mild winters, never failing crops, cheap transportation and the beat markets. Send lor free de» scriptive pamphlet, excursion rates and time folders. U, L. Tfuitt, N. W. P. A 234 Clark St., Chicago, 111. • tk»n'» ftbrnbhitldtt rthd PfthlM Sittrjr—SOline Jh6id*ntl. > yo -fle 3LD FOR THE HOUSEWIFE. J castor oil Is applied to a wart once |y for a month the wart will entirely Ippear. In many cases it will not lire so long a time, la piece of camphor gum Is placed Ihe drawer where are kept dress Its that are trimmed with steel it I prevent the steel from tarnishing. I is said that if parsley is eaten with Ins or a salad containing onions lodor of the onion will not affect the Ith. The sprig of parsley should be In as you would celery. s 1 small pice of candle may be made iurn all night by putting finely Idered salt 011 it until it reaches the Ik part of the wick. A small even It may be kept in this way. Pormwood boiled in vinegar and ap- |d as hot as can be borne on a sprain bruise is an infallible remedy. The pted members should afterward be led in flannels to re&in the heat excellent remedy for a cough is He by slicing two lemons thin and pg to them 10 cents' worth of [rice root, one gill of water and a i sugar. Boll until quite thick and Hn. _. • ••./.No Trouble. Hnah—To 1 ain't got a pair ob ole shoes kin gib me, has yo'? , _rs. Heviwate—Why, you couldn't wear •shoes, Dinah. , Tjnah—'Deed, I kin, missus; I"=.e gotmos' Biggest foot yo' eber see. Electric power is BO cheap at Great * mis, Montana, that nearly all the machinery there is moved by it. HomeBcckers' Excursions. On May 5th, the Missouri, Kansas At Texas Railway company will sell tickets at very low rates to points in M_iss- ouri, Kansas' and Texas. For particulars address II. A. Ch.er.rier, 310 Marquette building, Chicago, 111., or T. ]J. Cookerly, 003 Locust street, Des Moines, Iowa. The latest official reports show that nearly 10,000 miles of railroad ore open for traffic in India. When Nature Needs assistance it may be best to render it promptly, but one should remember to use even the most perfect remedies only when needed. The best and most simple and gentle remedy Is the Syrup of Figs, manufactured by the California Fig Syrup Company. The Mikado, Mr. Harlow, says, can trace back to 660 B. C. ' The'founder of his lino was contemporary with Nebuchadnezzar." HALL'S CATAHRH CURE is a liiqud and to taken internally, and nets directly upon tntf blood and mucous surfaces of the system. Send lor testimonials, free. Sold by Druggists, 75c. P.'J. CHENEY & CO.. Proprs , Toledo. 0. Mr. Cynical—Women are a delusion and a snare. Miss Gush—It's curious how people will hug a delusion, though. Iowa farms for sale on crop payments, 10 per cent cash, balance }4 crop yearly, until paid for. J. MULHALL, Waukegan, 111. The profits to Sir Arthur Sullivan, from the song of "The Lost Chord," have been over 150,000. We will forfeit 81,000 if any of our published testimonials'Ors proven to be not genuine. THE Piso Co., Warren, Pu., For a constant blooming climber try tho. manettia vine. Twine it where it will get the sunshine. •. Kline's Grent IE! met at chick^ mau|a. 1 hadn't Been him since We looked across the trenches and his bullet made me wince! But we both shook hands In friend, ship, as hearty as • could be, Though he had mareKed with Sherman, and I had marched with Lee, We walked across the battlefield where once the bullets flew, And the green and bending grasses felt the fall of Crimson dew; And we talked the whole thing over, where the flag was waving free: How he had marched with Sherman, and I had served with Lee. The drums had ceased their beating, we saw no sabres shine; The hair about his forehead fell as snowy white as mine, And voices seemed to call UB o'er the far, eternal sea, Where the men who , marched with Sherman are In camp with those of Lee. We parted; eyes grew misty, for we knew that nevermore We'd meet until the roll call on the other peaceful shore; But both shook hands In friendship, as hearty as could be, Though he had marched with Sherman, and I had fought with Lee. —Frank L. Stan ton. tat witt gtet 'tt sculps, A fttehteAri watt tfefelf 4mD«&n. f fee tola «&1c fettle sad was eived. f ot »fi hew fridfe the Indians watched and waited, HfffW d&rlfcg tb raote *6f teaf Sf M* Iffcylng hi8 present:*. Al last all Hal* tfced that thelf game had escaped frftft thg tfaff, find sullenly and tibl8dessl#» the §00 ffiove;d dowa the Jialh, tif> ihe tise, into the'cedars where thelf ironies Were herded, and without shout o* eurM of sound to he heard tea yards away, they mounted and rode away, and the ridges hid them from view. ttU llt« *<>* » .. „ Hotter T, Fuller, of Dfttf* college, Springfield, Mo.,ahnotince§ that he has received a singular -proposition from a wealthy Massachusetts man, whose ideality he would hot disclose, the man offers Drury a large sufai of money If It will verify the truth of (i war incident which is alleged to have taken place in Missouri, and equals the story of Damon and Pythias. The president announces that the college will accept the offer, and requests the students to help him secure evidence If such a thing realty did occur. / The story is that in the early part of the war a detachment of Confederate troops in Missouri took about 400 Union prisoners. Twelve of these prisoners we-*"} lined up and shot without provocation by the Confederate officers. Upon hearing of this act the commander of the Federal regiment drafted twelve prisoners to be shot In retaliation. As the line was being formed a young man named William Lear stepped forward and asked permission to take tho place of one of the condemned men, who was his friend. The request was granted and Lear was given the place of bis friend. Marvelous, cures. Tre Vitcaset. BenatoL>r.K'.ln«.931ArcUBt. A chestnut tree on Mount7Etna hasa circumference of 100 feet, and is over .2,000 years old. _ __ _ __ If the Baby Is Cutting Teetn, Be sure and use that old and well-tried «medv. MBS. WixiLow-s SOOTBIKC STEDP for Children Teething. A glass of warm milk, taken at bedtime, often proves a remedy for sleeplessness. Je th.o,de,ta n San anything else. It 1* alwa y » reliable. To it. In the production of plug tobacco, Louisville rants first ; next comes St Louis. " A Cnp of Parks' 'Tea at night moves the bowels in the morning." It is intended by German doctors to celebrate on May 14 the one hundredth anniversary of Dr. Jenner's first experiment m, vaccination. ALABASTJNE.! ' Ai ARAQTlNh wrflSatogVready for the brush ALMDnO I IH t by muring to cold water. Tho CH plain's Premonition. At 10 o'clock in the forenoon the valley suddenly narrowed until we had no choice but to take the path leading between two flr-crpwned ridges. We had sighted the Indians the day before, but the night had passed without an alarm and the morning had slipped along without sight of a warrior. Had the savages figured it out that the fifty ot us guarding the ten wagons of clothing and provisions were too strong for them, and that our keeping so well closed up and on the alert made the capture of stragglers Impossible? "Halt!" came the word from the head of the column, and two men were sent ahead to spy out the lay of the land. They found the path only wide enough for the wagons leading downwards and away until it crossed a creek and was lost in the gloom" beyond. Not a bird sang from the branches—not a rabbit skurried away In alarm. There was the silence of death along the path. Foot by foot, with ears bent forward and nostrils dilating, the horses of the scouts moved on, and their riders had the vigilance of men whose lives might be snuffed out at any moment. No danger along the path—no danger lurking at the crossing of the creek. So the scouts reported as they returned to the column, and tbe captain had just opened his lips to give the order to march when a wolf came running up the path and dashed through the column. There was fire in his eyes, but yet his tail was down. "Skeeredl" whispered, an old veteran, "and by Injuns at that! That wolf has bin turned out of his lair by'the reds!" "An ambush down thar to wipe us out!" whispered a second. The captain shaded his eyes with his hand and peered down the path for a moment. Then be quietly said: "Turn the wagons about and keep to the east till we strike another path! Don't hurry—don't shout! Corporal French, strike up 'Dixie Land' and you boys all join in the chorus!" In five minutes we were out of the •nouth of tbe gorge and marching away to the east on the level plain again, and as we marshed every trooper sang tbe chorus of the lively song at the top of his voice. "What Is It? What did the captain see down there?" -was asked from man to man. The captain saw nothing. He was Roar of tlio Cannon. More than twenty years ago we heard a preacher in a sermon declare that since the opening of this century the cannon hod never ceased to roar. That is, there had never been a time during the century when there had not been war somewhere. He said it was a wrong Idea to call this the century of peace. We have watched events since that time and have never seen a time when there was universal peace. War rages somewhere, and when one war is brought to a close another flames out. These are not always great wars, but they are wars all the same. To-day there is war in Abyssinia, Central America, and what may be designated as wars in Central Asia and Farmosa. To-morrow the panorama will change: some of the old .scenes will disappear and new onea will burst on the vision. In this way history Is made. It is doubtful if there ever was a tlmt when the changes were so rapid as al the present time. The increased facilities for intercourse and the perfect means of transportation accelerate both thought and action. As an illustration of this we point to the invasion ol the Transvaal. The scene passed qulck- the spread tfgls Signifies wftfc i*e nfeads. p**ffi«? u 1 feMciS wlty the emgefdf 6f fceirB aft «a|te- with twt> 1 .- - "tin ing ttftidn of the klfigdoffi 6f Rffii* ffiifllft, lt« arms, wtlch tfefe &fi feaftS di&played sable, being the Same aft th6dd ttf the emflefof, wSfa united' te ofii bddy> leaving 11 two necks as they are now, Chftrlemague was the tost em* JiefOf Of Gkrniany attd added the second head to the tagie for his ftftts," take a child along a ceuntty lane and gather sprays of any of the plants as ydu walk, and you may teach thai child ieseohs In brief sentences that Will never be forgotten—tbe crab, war* ent of every apple; the briar, nurBO of better foeea; ivy, that adorns and shel* tern its supporter; coltsfoot, ground ivy, many more—the poor man's medicines! grass, the moet refreshing garb of the K world. Gather any flower, and point to the pistils and stamens—parents of all sePds; petals that adorn, and calyx that sheltered them all In their infancy. OEMS OP THOUGHT. Think of tho ills from which you are exempt, 'and It will aid you to bear patiently those which now you may suffer.—-Cecil. Getting money Is not all a man s business; to cultivate klndnesa Is a great part of the business of life.— Johnson. There is a time In every man's education when ho arrives nt the vonvic- tton that envy'la Ignorance.—Emerson. Great men are the commissioned guides of mankind who rule their fellows because they are wiser.—Carlyle. God oft descends to visit mdn, unseen and through their habitation walks, to mark their doings,—Milton. Winged time glides on Insensibly, and deceives us; and there Is nothing more fleeting than years.—Ovid. The innocence of the Intention abates nothing of tho mischief of their example.—Robert Hall. Silence Is tho safest course for any ( man to adopt who distrusts himself.— Rochefoucauld. Justice Is the constant desire and effort to render to every man his duo.— Justinian. There is no jrcnly.s In l!fo like the , .«- If tilt sweetest of ait pis. ", ' ." , ' « What the fool does the wisfc matt does in the SjjftBlst of Opening doors of light and cheer to- other girl* Whe "Stand wlthoutrw;e«j&<'- Ing"—that IB a part of the, Wdfk 61 \ The King's Daughters tit ffiastettldti, -, The home study went ttf the 1 Ofdef ; > of the King's Daughters and Bonn IB entering a new ileld'-the atady of thl t ,' masterpieces .of art, The 9nt,td. b'*,,, used is Correggio'B "Holy Night'," this, win bo followed by others, in tirohar sequence, Illustrating the lift m Christ. , ' An interesting series of meeting* have recently been held in Ottawa and Montreal, under the auspices of tho Canadian branch of tho Order of The King's Daughters, and Sons, The prea- . once and active assistance of eminent clergymen of the Church of England and other churches, of her excellency, 4 Lady Aberdeen, and of tho secretaries; of the International Order, marie tha occasion full'of interest and profit, On Kaster Thursday, April 0 (afternoon and evening) tho Order of the King's Daughters and Sons holds ft birthday celebration In honor of the close of its first decade. The exercises, to which all members and frlenda Of the Order are Invited, will bo held In' Madison Avenue Methodist church, corner of Madison avenue and Sixtieth street, New York city. SpoochoB, fine music, a social reunion and the reception and consecration of tho birthday offerings constitute the main features of tho gathering. The making of scrapbooks and dressing of dolls for children in hospitals is a favorite lino of work for Children's Circles In tho Order of Tho King's Daughters-and Sons, Pla^v.a circles, fresh air and flower missions, wheel fetes, etc., are reported among tho summer activities of tho Order of Tho King's Daughters and Sana. .... . . ly. A few days only elapsed between Its beginning and end. No such thing could have taken place fifty years ago. We have no way of judging of the future but by the past, was the saying ol an American orator, but in the light of modern events the judgment must be by the very recent past. Judging by that past there is little probability that the time Is near when the roar of tbe cannon will cease to be beard. A Good Hciison. "I don't BCD why you Kent tno to bod for being ju«t Impudent," sobbed Wilbur. "It IH very easily explained,'? said hid father." "You tire impudent bocuuHO you got out of bod on tho wrong Hide thl« morning. I want you to go to bed for an hour and then Bee if you can't got out on tho right side." • licttcr Than Roflncrt Gold IB bodily comfort. This unspeakable boon IB denied to many unfortunates for whose ailmentH Hosteller's Btomaeh Bittern is a promptly helpful remedy. The dyspeptic. the rheumatic, the nervous, persons troubled with biliousness or chills and fever, should OHO no time in availing themselves of this omprehensivo and genial medicine. It promotes appetite and nightly slumber. Man is at hit) best during the cold months of the year, because then there are no flies on him. Edison predicts that in ten years horse- ess carriages will be the rule. The Medal Medicine Is the Model Medicine. The only medal awarded to J I earsaparilla at the World's Fair, 1894, at Chicago, was awarded to Ayer's [• Sarsaparilla.. PUBB CAI.IPOBHIA WIHEBJ, L. ApfTol, ... T „?!:„...;; i......t, lu £* tt 1. 2 ctttfi'M. OMVUI., froltfbl CllJty, . paid, |7— 18— M, . ., , ulilpimmti my »pflclit W.N.U. D.M.-1242. NO. 18 _____^_, For Sale by fas DOCTOR- -One tajrer ol pnrP ATintCfcrdi -- -'wy&isasz Fntc AT> • ]$ desirable ' |b« cannot tSrtTe." - •* f *+>** ^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^ Made by Walter Baker & Co., Ltd., ~ Oie&ter, Mass,, is " a perfect | , r , of the highest order of excel* | mce m manufacture," It costs less | fhau one cent a cup. «§> ^ obeying an instinct—one of those premonitions which sometimes stop a man in time to prevent a terrible tragedy. The men jested and sang, but now and then one looked back over bis ghoulder and gave the lie to tbe jest on bis lips. No one bad seen anything. No yne bad beard anything. Miles away they found a safer If longer road, and the fort was reached at last without fiigbt of an Indian. Around the mess table they joked tbe caplaio for backing out ol tbe gorge and adding miles to his Journey.' "All on account of a scared woU!" laughed one. "And scared at bis own shadow at teat!" added a second. Tbe csptfcta bad no reply, but to himself be wondered if be bad not been over-cautious. Jt wag months later wbeo a capMv« wuaw told him » tale. AH olgbt long. 9# tbe wagon-guard lay sleeping, tfce bosttle Indians were som* ing wp by downs and scores and going jjrtQ awbusb a!0»6 tfce week. They had 4»Jf rifkexpit*"-tfcty tos* PH*** W logs a** rtonw—ttw W* W44e» w* tfce «*#w* i»W w 3°° & ^s* waiting witJi b»te4 bjefth &»*- tbe t<H ester $*« *»W„ lust *»g9» awl tfef imt trooper showW Southern War Incldentl. At one of the engagements In Tennessee a Confederate captain was detailet to support a battery. The Federal troops made a fierce assault and carried off one of the guns. The officer was furious over the loss of tho gun and swore that his men should charge and recapture it. One of the privates who now lives near this place, said "Look here, captain, if the confederate government must have a gun, I propose we chip In and buy one." A hungry Confederate by tbe nam of Johnston walked Into a farmhouse while the family were seated at the supper table. The farmer had been so much troubled with soldiers that he concluded not to invite the man to partake of the meal with him, but to make conversation said to tbe Confederate: "What is your name?" "Take-a-bite," replied the soldier. "What," repeated the farmer, "Take- a-hlte?" "Thanks," said the soldier, "as you insist, I believe I will eat something," and sat down at tbe table. A slim specimen of North d left the ranks of bis regiment passing through Front Royal and approaching a lady standing on her porch made the following comprehensive request: "Miss, will you please give roa a drink of water? I am so hungry I don't know where J am to sleep lonigbt."— Warrenton Virginian. Town to W* Stored. town ol Wenatcbee, Wash., is to be moved two miles from its present location to a point on tbe baofc ot a river, It is a pretty fair sized town; top. All tbe buildings will be moved in tbe usual way to tbe new location. Tbere is not an adequate supply of water where tbe town now swwds, an4 la addition the citizens are Incensed at tbe avarice of tbe owners of tbe present town site, who have fi*e4 the price of property at a very higft Pedals of Narrow Tread Yon „ Crank, B#T? Sprocket oi the Strictly High Oracle RACYCL.E walked lei»or«ly op tbe o| West Brtette, Maine, o«« 0»>; weefe. It* walk would not hava a Jong one % lew week* ago, but Matae'e ga»e Jaw* 4re my PW«*» »94 it being now c|o»e time tbe de«f safely* •if '.n

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