The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa on November 3, 1897 · Page 1
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ESTABLISHED 1865. See the.. VOL. XXXII-NO. 33. ALGONA. IOWA. WEDNESDAY, NOVEMBER 3, 1897. MUST TAKE OUR MEDICINE. New Crockery and China • it M. Z. Grove & Son's. ALGONA'S ART EXHIBITION A FINE OOLLEOTIOH OF PIOTtJKES, A Display That Would Bo Difficult to Surpass In a Town of Much Greater Pretensions. 102 E. State St. TBDBPHONB 19. Have Just Received their new and big stock of ladies' capes and jackets direct from the manufacturers Look them over and get our prices before making your purchase. Our Dress Goods Dept. is better stocked than ever before with_all the latest novelties. We are showing some new and nobby patterns in carpets this fall. Our prices are the lowest. G. L Galbraith & Co. FARM MACHINERY IRDWARL It is probably a violation of the first principles of art to refer to the financial showing of an art loan exhibition first. The public, however, Is curious to know whether such an attemptcould pay its way in Algona, and will be gratified to learn that the receipts were sufficient to meet the actual expenses. They were for the three days $85. From the artistic side the exhibition was finer, It is safe to say, than has ever been attempted in Iowa in a town the size of Algona. It Is doubtful if a half dozen finer collections have ever been seen in the state. The black and white work, both crayon drawings, hasty sketches, and Japanese imitations was exceptionally fine. Tho exhibition of prints by the Chicago Art institute was large and the copies of old masters very Interesting. The oil paintings, pastels and water colors, china painting, etc., and the big collection of kodaks all merited praise. The walls of the room wore lined, and not a spare foot was vacant. The work of putting up frames, oi making a background of cloth, of hang ng lamps, and of tacking on photographs was very great. Mr. and Mrs Starr, Col. Cooke, Miss Louise McCoy and Mrs. Prof. Spencer deserve specia mention for assuming the main respon sibility and tor working out the nna success. THE EXHIBITION IN DETAIL. On entering the hall and turning to the right the space between the door and the corner of the room was occupied by still life studies in black and white by Josie Pettibone, Mrs. Shinn, and Louise McCoy, and by copies from casts by the same and Ella Durant. , . First on the west side were throe auto graph letters with portraits of Govs. Carpenter Larrabee, and Drake, together with two old calls for volunteers back in 1861, all loaned by Chas. Aldrich from the state historical department. Next came crayon studios from life, a splendid collection. Will Purvis, of whoso success Algono is proud, was liberally represented,,also Josio Pottibone, whoso woik throughout was excellent. The Chicago Art Institute, the Minneapolis School of Fine arts, and Pratt institute of Brooklyn, N. Y., were represented. Then came 63 water colors, pastels, etc., among our local artists, Mrs. Hutchison, Jessamine Jones, Ella Durant, Josie Pott bone, and A. M. Coan's sister, Mrs. Shinn, being represented. A few Hue ones by Mrs. Call Perkins were loaned by Mrs. Will Purvis was next represented by 18 sketches each done in 15 minutes, all true to life and very interesting. Beyond the school casts he had 80 more. „,,«),. In the corner a fine display of the public school casts was made, and with them was a bust of Will Purvis done by a classmate in the art institute, and also an Arabian head done very excellently by Ella Durant Fifty hasty pencil sketches by Mr. and Mrs. Shinn, all clevei led up to the Chicago Art institute ambrotypes, prints, etc., of which there were 50, all copies of famous works of art. They formed one of So chief features of the exhibition With them were some fine copies loaned by Thos. F'rst on the east side came 11 paintings bv Will Purvis, seven heads, two land- scanes and two sketches. The portrait of a darkey boy was generally admired most, but all displayed the art of a true artist. Next came 34 paintings in oil by C. A. Gumming of Des Moines, the leading art are to be congratulated on having such a beautiful place of worship. H J Henderson 6f Williamsburg has rented W. P. Oiddings' store room and will put In a full line of clothing and gents' furnishings. Mr. Henderson has the reputation of being a first class business man, and Is now in Chicago buying his goods. The people of Wesley will welcome him to our town. This is election day. Full returns will be sent in time for THE UPPER DBS MOINES to publish. Not Because We Like It, But Because the Votes Were Cast That Way—Republican Legislative and County Tickets Hopelessly Swamped, BAILEY ON MINNIE MURRAY. Not Warned by Port Warron's Fate The Hrltt Tribune Man Tackles Tho "kady In White." Minnie Murray is editor or editress of the Nashua Reporter. Minnie is bright, good looking, and creditable on the tripod. She sprung into fame by waving a flag at the Chicago convention for Horace Boles, " when all but ehehad fled." She has since sprung into $25 a night by talking free silver nonsense. She was at Bailey'a town a It is Another One of Those " Off Years"-In the State the Repub* licans Doubtless Have a Safe Plurality, But It Will Fall Far Short of Expectations. Morning election returns are meager. Enough is known to show a big falling oft for the republicans everywhere. Inlowiv the Register claims Shaw's election by 20,000. The Leader puts It at not to exceed 10,000. ' . * _ . _ I — ,.1 n I tvl +' pill's? If " w MWW ~" In Ohio the democrats claim the leg- frotn last year's vote. The republicans either thought they had It anyway or didn't care. in KosBUth County. A close estimate this morning made on partial returns gives Farley 691 Precincts. Algona—First ward Second ward Third wiwd Fourth ward Hurt Buffalo Cresco Eagle • Fenton Greenwood Gorman Garfleld Germanla Grant Hobrou Harrison •• Irvlngton Lotts Greek Ledyard buverne Lincoln., Portland Plum Creole... Prairie Ramsay Rlverdale Seneca Sexton Swea Sherman Springfield Union.. Wesley Whlttemore her: Minnie Murray, the animated democratic phonograph has come and gone. Thursday evening the opeia hall was crammed full to see ine WomaTln White." The man • who m-ote her speech for her this fall did not do as well as Boies did last fall. However, after she finished the this fall's speech she gave the other one too. She jawedTand scolded, frothed and med in frenzy over the wickedness 3 republican party for the past 40 i Come to think of It Minnie don't look as well as she did prior to 57 anyhow. She used to cook over a fire - before stoves were invented and her disposition. She has a Mature afld the defeat ol Mark Hanna for the United States senate. Nebraska, New York, Maryland, and Kentucky are fuslonlst. Pennsylvania and Massachusetts are republican. , York City Tammany wins by falling off majority, Smith for treasurer 100, Van Erdwyck for superintendent 165, S. P.. Chrlstensen for sheriff 400. It is likely that Dr. Morse is elected coroner. C A. Telller is elected surveyor, having no opposition. Barton apd Oleson probably win for supervisors, although Kunz will run close against Oleson. it is a complete landslide, the worst in the history of the county considering last year's majority. AND- Sff words of a half dozen --*. with A Now Enterprise Undertaken by County instructora-It Promises to be Exactly What Is Needed. A summer school of four and possl- wee ks will bo held in Algona beginning* the early part of next June . EBpe cial attention will be paid ^ nQW branchea required by the W. H. JCTTES, HOBART, IOWA. of the east side was occupied by work in oil by local artiste. Mrs Starr had her painting which won the honor oi• hang}ng\ the I°wa building at the world's fair, and Anna Hamilton, Mrs. Bios Mary Call Perkins, Myrta Putsch, Josie Pettfboue, and Ella Want were rep- making The'schofars pronounce each Suable M they Bpoll; this is a great UDHMII . help to many speakers who Darned to rf fop exttmin ation for a teach X5o FARM AND HOM WHERE you can engage in diversified farming and not be depend- VV J. A*-'*^*-' J -.4.Jr». 11 r\ v> r»fOO ! «r%4- /-»n anv one oarticuiai tiv»f , .. . t,_-i*Vi, F > ent on any <Ji«= H malaria and perfectly healtny t WHER | t^ere iT'a surVSd reliable rainfall ? " the soil ^ nf " 1 nntt need to be lerunzeu . _ ^ The east side from the entrance into the hall had an interesting display of work by Mr and Mrs. Shinn, imitation in ink of Japanese decorative work. It to verydlffl- cult to do, very curious, and both these Bl Down the center of the room were the frames of kodak views, looked at as much, it must be confessed, as the works of art. Archie Hutchison had views of a Louisiana rice plantation, Thos. F. Cooke of Switzerland scenery as well as of many spots in the United States, Milton Starr of Jita rence scenery, W. H. Ingham-. ..--- •-ton mountains and trout streams. Mrs. Geo. C Call of her Mexican trip, F. L. |«"0 n i Nellie Clarke, Kenneth Clarke, Louise McCoy, DrKenefick, and Irving Dodge of Aleona and Iowa scenes. Mr. Dodge's views were specially admired because he had''done the rest" as well as "pressed thfi button" C. M. Doxnee had some southern views/Rev. Walter Walker was repressedI by northern Wisconsin scenery, Harvev Ingham had some California and Florida views, F. H. Vesper hU Mexican ^"•contributors to the china exhibition exasperaiimuu iviiv* "">; , thion. She has good articulathion and fine, discrimination, and if we believed in her prognostication wo would be | more in favor of co-operathion, but it up- ™ts ones calculation to hear so much r e ecriminathion and sophistication.and such an innovation; stimulates irrita- thlon without any mitlgathion. If she 1J ,,oan Ht.t.lfi mOrO teDQPB ANTHONY DURANT HURT. Accident on the Dau UlJLUM »« *«•#** *• w "— •* would use a little more ^^^~. S not so. -uch 8h vituperathion n and dagger • have bringing his daughter Carrie home from her school south of town and was driving a young horse down the hill near D. J. Long'a. In some way a dog got under the horse's heels unnoticed them a nip. The horse lar pastor since the death of its form- r pastor, Rey. James Milne. Rev. nnes enters upon his pastorate well equipped in every way and under the most favorable auspices. JAY HODQMAN IN POLITICS. Joy Was Nominated Tor Treasurer Over in Hancoclc By Members of All Parties. All Algonians who remember Jay Hodgman will know that there has been some fun over east, by reading the following from the Hancock Signal: At a large and enthusiastic meeting of the good citizens' orgaization of Hancock county held at the council chamber last evening, Mr. Jay Hodgman of Garner in a neat speech accepted the nomination for county treasurer, which was unanimously tendered him at the hands of the club. Several prominent voung men Irrespective of party ao- Leased the meeting, and prom sed their active support. This is a telling blow at the numerous other candidates for this position, and should cause the cold ohills-to run down their backs, as they no doubt can read the handwriting on the wall." " ting that the war of w >""~—.--{,., tied the fact forever that it is this United States and that we are a nation and not a confederacy. Minnie has WHERE stock risi -red Sright angles, throwing; Mr rant heavily on his face on the hard road. In going out he reined the roau. 4.u. K ,,_s and this threw aud'Mr'srbr. Morse. It occupied the center, and many pieces b Tt U was 1 a splendid exhibition, be others. yery May there in it b that'w"ou"id make a vote for the narty that betrayed every trust reposea in it, never kept a pledge or accomplished anything, except to bring a reign of chaos and ruin to American industries and American finance, the ALGONA DISTRICT CONFERENCE, Forty-fourtu Session WUI Meet »t Armstrong, Nov. 15-17. Rev. W. I. Murphy of Armstrong was in Algona last Thursday making arrangements with Presiding Elder Yetter and Rev. P. E. Day for the meeting of the district conference to be held at Armstrong, Nov. 15-17. The program is published. Among those hours. The carriage was smashed to bl Mr Durant was able to be about Mon- MAI. j-'m." « ,,nn v«n« 0 *V.o mn.rlrf day, but his face still If you do, the cuurcu Dedicated. WESLEY, Nov. 2.-The dedioation of the new Congregational church took nlaoe Sunday as announced. Rev.T. O. g^j^inffl- 1 ?^^^^^^'*-^'-- it was As a Vote catcher and a beau serious injury. catcher Minnie seems to be P.D.sel-J ^^ INNE g DULY INSTALLED, ;ene Secor i. Soper o! Northern Pacific Railway Co. that will make both ui ^^__ The ev'ery"respect and an ornament to our town. The entire cost was $2,400. There was reported raised by subscription $900, leaving a debt of f 1,500 to be raised. Rev. Douglas said that the state missionary society would give ^Altogether, Minnie makes a good 1m- nression she has one of the best feminine voices for public speaking that we Iver heard. She is away ahead of an elocutionist, vww jia'rv is a me: ,and AlKona's rormer Presoyterlan tor IB S-ormnlIy EstabllsUed at Ne- The following account of the installa- appears in the Ne- The installation BLavc iuioo^wM*** j -^,-^ v ^, . $600, which left a balance of ^ '• - which was pledged v at to LI i.ASK * ***** •** r — --— --- -• who will taUe part are. of Forest City, and Mrs. E. r ~- F ,~ -, Emmetsburg. Tuesday evening Rev. F. E. Day delivers the sermon, Rev, Yetter talks to the young preachers about the social side of ministerial work. Rev Wm. Whitfield discusses some phases of modern unbelief. Armstrong will enjoy a very interesting meeting, Ed the visitors will be entertained ft Armstrong's best style. No WowderjHe Felt Bndt For some months Arthur Dodd's little boy at Sestou has been cross and peev* ishandno matter what was done for him he seemed HI at ease; The Ww lev Reporter says: The whole mystery however was solved the other day when a sewing needle with the head Sffwa/ fpund^ protrujUng «- Eastern Mi Agt N. ?. Ry., St, Paul, Minn. W H. PHIPP5, tana Commissioner. , apply to Oinglsy, Cpok, & Co,, to! •*• j^V%i «**» ***' v *? • ~ " L mil evening services by those Rev. Douglas is a very en- talker and gave we.a very yy u^I^w »*M»M»»*'*' miring audience, whatatewpw- j uqtMVtvx srn- "'"'** ii!« !tbe"pwpVe. Tw wflltPriw to **» ohurob!WM beautW\jUy ftwrat^with, oKoW,pffiVW ftff» leaved Tneoholr rendered ,&R a PF?! ppi%.^ i,.,-^--. feougjwtwfya l »ta?»8Hvei o n was juuu« v v -* *»w*wo v child's body. On its removal T . instantly relieved. How long tea needle bad been in his flesh op low it got there no one can tell. excursion tioH«t8 '»"«» „ *ii": 'WJwjid H s J , ; \ i M i ?.^-! .4. '/,'•*faW\ ;\\ ; ',' &*"

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