The Carroll Sentinel from Carroll, Iowa on May 25, 1894 · Page 12
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The Carroll Sentinel from Carroll, Iowa · Page 12

Carroll, Iowa
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Friday, May 25, 1894
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Highest of all in Leavening Power.—Latest U. S. Gov't Report. Baking Powder ABSOLUTELY PURE I DAILY ASP WEEKLY. ALL HOME PRINT. THB BBSTWBI, IB the only newspaper In Carroll county that Is printed all at home and It con- Bins more local and county news than any other two papers ID this county. POWSRS * COIAJLO, Props. FBIDAT, MAT 26, 1894. PEOPLE AND EVENTS. Visit Moore's shoe store. Onion sets at the green house. B. L*Conlin is in the city visiting old friendi. Winter wheat flour at Kempker & Coolidge's. Call at Martin & Clovis' for Qlidden barbed wire. Dr. Beitenmann, of Arcadia, was in the city Tuesday. Patent photograph envelopes for sale at this office. Paints, Oils and Brushes at J. W. Hatton'a. F. C. Adams, of- Logan, was in the city on business Monday. Tested garden seeds in bulk at tbe green house East Fifth street. Pabst's Bofbrau beer always on tap at Henry Theirs'. For Sale— 140 acre farm, $28 per acre. C. E. Reynolds, Carroll, Iowa. Oaae&Hnber tbreebera and engines at Woodward, Dickey & Oo.'e. Diseases of tbe eye, ear, throat and nose. Dr. 0. L. Wright, Carroll. .F. M. Powers left on the early morning train Monday for Des Moines. Transplanted plants, cabbages, tomatoes etc., at the Carroll Green House. Diseases of women and children a specialty. DB. B. C. KBLLBY, Carroll, la. and Eclipse and Grain wind mills, pumps d tanks at Woodward, Dickey & Oo.'e. Mi88 Christine Anderson and sister, of West Bide, were visiting in tbe city Saturday. Disc barrows and Disc cultivators at bottom price* at Woodward, Dickey & Co.'e. Champion and Standard mowers, and Champion binders at Woodward, Dickey & Oo.'e. Choice new maple sugar. Fresh made, guaranteed pure. MOLAGAH& SCHC- HAOHEB. Tbe patent envelope for mailing photographs is the best thing out. For tale at this office. Try onr .canned goods, tbe prioes and quality will rait yon. MOLAOAN & BCHDHAOHKB. For good bargains in groceries and fruits and decorated ware, go to Kemp, ker & Coolldge'e. Clerk Kennebeck issued a marriage license yesterday to Henry Lohous and Mi» Fanaie Bporrer. Mri. Cbai, Buckman took the afternoon train yeiterday for Manning for a yiiit with her parent!. Mrs, Hamliu returned to her bom* at Atlantic yeiterday after * ibort viilt with her friend, Mrs. Clovis. Large stock of oairiagse, surreyi, pbaetoua, buggies and spring wagon* at Woodward, Dickey & Co.'s. Frank Connelly left Saturday to •pend Sunday at Grand Junction and alto visited at Boone before be returned. John Burwell and daughter, Orpba, of Defiance, Iowa, were over Sunday guests at Mr. and Mri. W. H. Burwell's. Onr prioss on flour ar* right, suits *v*rybody, giv* it a trial and yon will com* back to th* Yellow front for nor*. C. F. Keuhnle, Grand Chancellor Commander of tb* K. P. lodge, of Dension, WM a pUasant visitor in our city Saturday. Dr. Keuler removed a tap* worm sixty-four and a half f**t long iait Frl day from a well known young man in this city. Albert Smith, of Ptnlllna, stopped over • train on hit way to Dei Momes Sunday Bigbt and visited with bit aunt, Mrs. J. L. Poweii. Mri. Nichols, of Council Bluffs, waiin the oily a f*w dayi Iait weak viiitlug her fath*r, Jno. Nellie, but returned home Sunday efUwoen. Geo. C*rp«ot*r, representing the Inter. fitaU Lund company of Chamberlain, S D,, was in the city on buiinem connected with hip company. JT. It. Whitney, C.L. WatUee,N.Ueitor 1. N. Griffith and D. U. Park attended the f uueral of Dr. Wllliami at Wall Lak Tuesday afternoon. The school board hus decided to dli Wlu the schools on Decoration day In order to allow the children to uusUt in tu observance of the day. J. B. Uuogerford returned from meeting of the Iruiteei of the low Agricultural cpj|eg< ind^MtklAi if th/ easion had been a rather bard .one for he ppears to have lost considerable sleep aid has a careworn appearance. M. W. Beach returned from Des Moines Wednesday, where he had been on le- al business before the supreme court which is now in session. H. Dean, formerly of West Bide, but ow of Durilap, was in the city on is way up the branch. It is the same Id Hod, just as jolly as ever. Mrs. E. B. Humphrey, of Morrison, 11., arrived In the city Tuesday and will visit with her son Dr. Humphrey nd family for several weeks. Chase & Sabborn teas and coffees were sed exclusively on the World's fair rounds, selected for their superior nality. Sold only by Merchant. Mrs. A. U. Quint, Mrs. O. T. Wads- orth and Mrs. Birt, of Lake City, rove down to Scran ton Monday evening o be present at a meeting of the East- rn Star. Farmers' Mutual Hail Insurance for owa. Tbe safest, surest and cheapest nsnranoe known. For particulars ad- ress the county agent J. 0. Sohwaller, Halbnr, Iowa. Those who will take part in the school ntartainment at the close of school, a week from this evening, are now prepar- ng for the event and rehearsals are the rder of the day. Joe was rather mild in his language his week. There were only fourteen lackguard and profane expressions. 'he breezy west must have had a refining nfluence upon him. Wm. Ishmael, the young man who was iot last Thursday by Alex. Guegel, is etting along nicely and will be able to e up and around in a few days more, so 3r. Kelly informs us. The railroad boys were hard sluggers nd great runners.but Creager's decisions s umpirfl killed them dead. He is a hobo nd the boys were suckers for allowing im to plav the game. The rooms to be occupied by the Y. M. C. A. are fitted up and the furniture as arrived. The rooms make pleasant uartcrs for the association and will be eady for use after today. Merchant wante yon to oall at bis tore and see bow few goods yon' can ny for five dollars. Leave your sacks and aakete at borne, but pat a doable box n your sled or wagon. It will soon be spring weather and yon will need good footwear, as this is a line wbem money should not be wasted D worthless goods, yon will find it best ' take a little time and look at Moore's line before yon buy. A. U. Clark, adjuster for the Phenix nsurance company, was id tbe city uesday adjusting the loss caused by the re in the Gilley building. The lots of Martin & Clovis waa settled at f 180 and Mr. Gilley's at $81.25. Bill* nre out announcing a game of ball t Dunlan Daocration day between Caroll and tbe home club of that city. Our boy s are feeling a little puffed up ver their recent victories and will no oubt put up great ball. Tbe Milwaukee Harvester company tarted three special trains loaded with Is machines from Milwaukee last Wed- csday. One of tbeie trains en route or Omaha will put through Carroll oday at 3*0 p. m. The train is com- oied of thirty cars which ate eorgeously decorated. Dr. Williams, of Wall Lake, died in Chicago Saturday morning aid was at the cemetery at Wall Lake Tuesday afternoon at 3 o'clock. Tbe uneral ceremony WM in charge of low Oroix commandary of Sao City of which be waa a member. Geo, Watts, of Fort Dodge, bai been appointed to tb* poiition M manager *f he Standard Oil company's buiiness at bis point and will move his family here n tbe near future. Mr. Conkllng leaves tomorrow for Keokuk to asium* control of the company's office at that point. It appears M if Carroll U to b* left out n tb* cold regarding circuaei this spring 'or they are billed for every city of any live in the whole lurroundisg country witb tbe eiceptlon of this. Uncle Tom's Cabin bMbeea giving tent ib*w* all around ui and It appears M if bM boy colled us too. Thoi. Bertrui aid Jobanaa J*a*pb were married Monday, Rev. Father O'Connor performing tb* ceremony. The contracting parties were Italians aud could scarcely make their with** known in our language, They nave been ped- llug notions in our city and tbe country for a few dayi past, I Notwithstanding (he fact that our ball teuin defeated the Manning boyi the Monitor speaks of our pl*yeri in the most Oatterlng term) both »i to their ability ai plaveri and their behavior while in the city. If lue Stan do not play ai good ball 6i BOUIO teams have done In our city Iboy are all gentlemen. Alex. Guegei: WM arraigned before Justice ItfBcb tteturdiy > to miwer to lhech»rge»naj|»u.ll With the intent to do great bodily injury. A continuance for two weeks Was asked for nnd wns granted by the justice. During this time the case will remain in si* tu quo ante bellum, Paroxysms of wiiooplng cousli sometimes cause tbe rupture o' a blood vessel. Ayer's Cherry Pectoral gives Instant Hlef. The teachers in the city schools who have been taking tbe city examination completed the work Tuesday evening anri Superintendent Ament informs ns that those passing will receive their certificates next Saturday. The vast facilities of the J. C. Ayer Co., of Lowell, Mass., enable them to place the superior blood-purifier— Ayer's Sr»r. saparllla— within easy reach of the poorest invalid. Don't be Induced to take a "cheap" substitute. Always remember that tbe best is the cheapest. , Mrs. M. L. Niswonger has returned from Council Bluffs, where she has been for some time with her daughter, Mrs. E. G. Taylor, who has been confined to her bed with rheumatism. Mrs. Taylor accompanied her mother home and it is hope that the change will have a beneficial effect upon her health. Hose company No. 1 has decided to give its ball on the evening of May the 30th. Egermayer's orchestra will furnish the Music. The young men of this company are desirous of raising some money for the benefit of the nre department and will use their best efforts to make this ball a success both financially and socially. Wm. Trowbrldge has returned from his northern trip and is now engaged with 8am Todd in placing the cemetery in a better condition. They are the committee which has care of the cemetery and are making some needed improvements. A woven wire fence is being put up which will add materially to the attractiveness of the grounds. N. Better has bought two cars load of fine steers of Geo. Russell and will slaughter them for his meat market. Tbe steers are as fine a lot for this purpose as could be bought and Mr. Belter intends that the people of our cit.y shall have as good] meat as it is possible for him to place en the market. The Electric Light company was fortunate in securing two cars of coal in Marion county. Saturday the cars were placed on the side track and Mr. Bruner informs us that the lights will 'be run on full time, The compaay wks decidedly fortunate in securing this for. there is not another place in all this territory where a single car be purchased. The annual Sunday services of Jeff C. Davis Post No. 44, G. A. R., will be held at the court house Sunday, May 27th, 1894, at 1050 a. m. Rev. J. K. Nelson will preach the memorial sermon. Mrs. C. L. Wright, Miss Bangs, C. W. Brunsr and Mr. Kurtz have kindly consented to furnish music on this occasion. Please remember the hour, half past ten m. The members of Jeff. C. Davis Post No. 44 G. A. R., and all soldiers who desire to participate on memorial services Sunday, May 27 tb, 1894, will assemble at tbe post room promptly at 10 o'clock in the forenoon next Sunday and march thence to the court room where the services will be held. Wm. LYNCH, H. W. MACOMBKB, Adjutant. Commander. Oar stock is complete, good* first quality, popular price*. Tbe tariff or silver bill onto no figure witb ns. Don't think because we don't button hole you on tbe street and beg you to trade with ns, we don't want your trade. We ilt.'tut think yon ar* wise enough to obwse tbe beat plso* to trade. 'Respectfully, E, N. MEHOHANT The gam* of'ball Sunday between the Carroll Stars and the 0, &. N. W. club was a ratbet thin affair. Tbe rail- r oadsrs won by a score of 11 to 13. Af ent Creager was umpiie and proved tbe most effective player the railroad boys bad, T. O'Donnell was quite a dude behind tbe bat and Jim O'Donnell proved a puzzler to the Stars who found It very difficult to get onto hii curyes. Twenty-three member! of tbe I. O. O. F. and tht Rebekah lodges went to Bcranton Tuesday forenoon, to be present at the celebration ot the seventy- fiflh anniversary of the order. Tbe Scranton lodge wai a little late In observ. ing the day, but tbe delay was made order to secure Grand Master Evani deliver an addreai, On* ef tbe Jefferson papers lays that J, J, Russell bai gone to California, where h* will enjoy a f*w wsek* in the delightful climate, and MUM time at tb* Midwinter fair. Mri, Ruisell and Miss Helen bav* quit* fallen tu lov* with California, but their friend* hereabout hone not 10 much so but that tu*y wll be glad to return her*. Mr. RUM*!!'I frlendi trust tbat th* trip will bs of benefit to biro, M hii health has not been ibe belt for some time pail Dr. L. G. Pitty hMohaogedhureildenct ia to from Templeton to Wall La*«. Dr. Patty during bis practice since graduating from the medical school, has met with good success and will no doubt rank with the leading men of the profession for he Is an honest, hard working slutlent, careful and temperate in all he does. We are pleased to know that he has entered Upon H larger field for he will merit the confidence of the people. Tbe musical genus at the HernM office s»,y,8 that tbe Sentinel was off in its if j&Iem regarding the entertainment given by the Adelphian Quartette < Well probably, but we put it down as an inferior musical aggregation and have not changed our opinion and we know of those who do agree with us in saying that they were disappointed in the entertainment, but then great minds will differ. We are pleased to learn, however, that there were some who enjoyed the entertainment. Ringling Bros.' great show will appear at Des Moines Monday, May 28. The Dei Moines.Northern A Western railroad has made a very cheap excursion rate for this day. Parties leaving here on the Sterling passenger will make a close connection at Jefferson and will arrive at Des Moines at 10:30, and in the even- ng by leaving at 5 o'clock will reach tere at 0.16. The rate from Jefferson to )es Moines and return for this day is $1.25 Rev. T. 8. Bailey, superintendent of he Presbyterian Home missions for tbe synod of Iowa, was in the city Saturday. He has just returned from the south/ where he has been! on a six months' vacation granted htm by tbe mission bobrd. His health had been failing .for some time and for this reason he was granted the furlough. He returned to owa feeling greatly improved bodily and says he thinks more of the grand old state than ever. W. R. Lee was all smiles Saturday morning, wLe i he heard tbat the supreme court had reversed the decision of the ower in the case of J. B. Werner vs. Frank Flies. This was a case brought by the plaintiff against Frank Fliea fo<- cutting down shade trees, which were growing on the public highway, while acting as , road supervisor. The lower court gave the plaintiff a small judgment, >ut Friday the upper court handed down a decision reversing the lower and re .uroing tbe case for a new trial. Mr. and Mrs. Jno. Selzer arrived in he city Wednesday evening and will go o housekeeping in the rooms over the German bank. They were married a week ago Wednesday at. Nebraska City. They spent the' week at Des Aoines, the home of the bride, and at Homestead, with tbe parents of the groom, before coming to our city to aet- le down permanently. Mr. Selzeri many friends are pleased to welcome his istimable wife to our city, where she will find many friends who will make ife all that she can ask. Dr. Sherman has returned from Coldwater, Michigan, where he was called to attend tbe funeral of bis father who was accldeutly killed by being thrown from a oad of straw. The deceased was 77 years old and bad unusually good health a»d activity for a man of bis years. He had ust completed loading the straw when the earn started a little aud.tbrew him t ff bis >alance. He fell to the ground with con iderablo force, injuring bis spine which paralized all tbe lower limbs. After >eing taken to tbe house be only lived ive hours. Tbe funeral was held last Friday. To the members of tbu Grand Army and all old soldiers. You are invited and urged to join Jeff. J Davis Post No, 44, G. A. R., inmemor- al services Decoration day, May 80tb, 1804,at Carroll, Iowa. Let us once more on this day gather to do honor to those who died that the union might live. This invitation is extended to all others to join in and witness tliese services that the youth of our country may learn lei- sons of patriotism and the old may honor the soldieri. WM. LVNOU, B. W. MACOMHKB, Adjutant. Commander. Mr. E. Brown, general agent for th* Southwestern Mutual Life vssooiation of Marsballlown, will be in the oily for a few dayi and will be glad to be interviewed by those wishing to investigate their plan aud will make some very low rates on Insurance. Tbe Southwestern hai a Urge membership in this vicinity aud hai just paid Mrs. Jeutch at Arcadia f2,000 ou a -policy, held t>y her late husband—aud paid within twodayi after proofs of death were received at the home office. Anyone Interested in lift insurance (and who Is not) would do well to call on Mr. Brown or the {local agent, Aug. Stsak. W* understand that J. M. Dreei been buiy line* hli return from Denver, making out his annual lut of "Available" candidates for the various county *mc*t which are to be fill this fall. Joe alwav* doei the party a great wsrvice in fuinlilt lug a hit of men from which to wake ill Awarded Higheat Honors World's Fair. ^PRICE'S gjpp, owder Tb* wUy Pure Cream ofTajt«r Powder.—No Awwouls; No Alum of bON'T ACCEPT iniTATlONS. THE PrTCOTII t. OAMBLt CO.. «NTI. elections thus savins tbe party from the hancea of making an error hi its nomlnatirns. Joe's list is awaited with he usual interest thin year and tve hope he will not prove recreant to bis trust for here are a few men who may be possible andidates if they are assured that th*y re among tbe "Available." The assessors have received their books o be us-d for returning the places where ntoxcating liquors are sold. We under- tand that a large number of these assesses claim that they have done their work or this year and have received their pay or it and do not .think that the law uan emand of them a return of said list: In rder to do so it would require an expert nooplng committee in some instances and especially ia this true right here in our city. Some of the drinking places are well known, but others are not and be man who can make a complete list nd is willing to make a return of all of he places in this city where liquor is sold will have to be pretty well onto his'job. W. B. McLinn, assistant chief clerk ailway mail service, of Des Moines, waa in the city Monday examining F. M. larvey, postal clerk on the Moville line. Ir. Harvey threw the 1804 Iowa offices n thirty-five and one-balf minutes, with inly eight errors—a percentage ot 09 57, lie best record ever made in Iowa. Some !me ago Afr. Harvey threw Iowa in birty eight and one-half minutes, which •as then tbe best time ever made and be leld the record until a couple of weeks go, when F. E. Weston of the S. C. & C. B. line, also of this city, lowered it me minute farther. Carroll bas Ibe tonor of having in Messrs. Harvey and Weston the two fastest clerks in Iowa. By the time Hungerford furnishes muz- les for the home supply the capacity of lie plant will have to be increased and lie men put on extra time—Ob they are 11 suckers and tbe best plan is to muzzle he 'whole outfit You will find it as iig a job as a government contract; but s you lay you have plenty of material 3 work up no doubt the task can be ac- omplisbed. They have our sympathy, ut as they have been advised and autioned as to what might be expected hey have no one to blame but themselves. They would have done well to ave followed the scriptural injunction rhich says, "Let him without sin cast the irst stone." The case brought to recover attorney ees charged by B. I. Salinger for legal ervices was appealed to the supreme ourt, and last week tbe decision of the fstrict court was affirmed. This case was the one Salinger brought action for udgment against Ora Carpenter of )edbam for f 113 attorney fees. Saliner in originally securing the case held ut as an Inducement to bis client to appeal tb* case, which he waa trying, to lie supreme court, that he had, a "pull" with the supreme judges and would have o trouble in securing a . favorable decl- lon. But it appears tbat Ben was mistaken for he failed in the tu reme rogrt with the Carpenter case and now baa lost his own, M. W. Ucach was tbe attorney for the defendant and eels pretty good over the fact that he won a case in that court against an at- orneV who claims to have a "pull" with the judges. Th* polluted organ ran in th* interest of "de gang" has crawfished from its attack upon tb* board of supervisors and be county official* and now claim* that bey ar* all honest m*n and tbat Hunger ordiatb* only bold bad man in tb* county, witb incidental allusions a* to tbe boMsty of TUB) 8urfiniu>. W* ar* ilcassd to ••• this obaog* of heart for h« Democratic officials, wbiob tbat paper bM b*M attacking and abuslog b*o»us* tb*y would not allow "d* gang" to rob tb*oonnty,ar* all right aoddMsrv* MM M*p*ot of tb* eitiMM wd tax payer*, And tbeirtttMkap a* i* only • oon liouatioo of tb* one "d* fang" mad* *»v*ml y*ar* ago, W* ar* p|*M*d to b*v* tb*m k*tp uptbi* *ort of moeie, for wo kw»w what fait would b* in *tor* for Miftb*publie*v*r euppoMd »• w*r* in UMMM&MM witb tbat corrupt outfit. It bM been reported that Wm. Trow- brldge wou,ld change Ml opinion regard ing tbe Mlooft ilcenie and that be would detert bli position M an advocate of • lleeni* which would uol be prohlWUvn in many IwtaoMi and favor pulling |bj aaleof tbe liquor IB the handi of* few In conversation with, him tbe other he gave ui to understand that when he (eft his proxy for fQQO license that h« thought thftt WM high enough, but If 1 oou)d be ibown to him that U would h* for the iotereit of the city to place higher he would vote m sooordaoo* Hi expreailou, however, put ui in wind o lh« jujryman wbu laid he WM willing t be iMavtaoed. but he would like to <*s the man who could do It. If we are no greatly wlit»«ert» In Will Trowbrldge h U going «o *ttud whore bit Judfuwn ioJdhl»WMrl«;l»t »na v we ty^wlll agree with him in the position e tins taken. If you do not thiik Mr. rowbridge has a few ideas of his own n the question of saloon license just ike the time to interview him and we hlnk you will be convinced that he i» apable of doing a little thinking for imself. _ _ DKOOBATION DAT. The Grand Army post baa completed he following program which will be- bserved on Decoration day. It a the ntention to make the aervioea as impos- ng and solemn on the Jooasion aa pot- bis and with thia end in view a hearty co-operation of the oitizeua ia requited* The following is the: LIKE OF MARCH. Marahal Ohae. P. Hamilton. Marshal's Aide, B. T. Jeffrey, O. D_ Mitte. Northwestern Band. Poblio Schools. Parochial Schools. Honk and Inddcr Oompnuy. Civic Sooietiea. Hoee Company No. 1. German Torn Vereio. Hose Company No. 2. Oermauia. Flower Oirls. Jeff. 0. Davia Poet No. 44, 0. A. B. The column will form on Main, the gbt reeling on Fifth atreet. Oo arriving at tbe cemetery the follow- ng program will b« given: Beading of the proclamation of tbe- overnor. Maaio by the Northwestern Band. Prayer by Qeo. W. Sipes, Chaplain. Reading of Oidera by Adjutant Vim. lynch. Music: "Honor the Brave," by 'nrner Qlee olub. Addreea by Rev. Dr. Qeo. P. Folaom. Grand Army of the Republic exercise* y post. Decoration of monument to tbe un- nown dead by W. L. Onlberaton. Song: "Not dead, but Sleeping" by [re. O. L. Wright, Miss Bertha Bang*, . L. Brnner and Win. Kurtz. Decorating graves by soldiers. Bong: "VolkBlted" by Turner lee olub. Address by Rev. W. B. Thompson. Recitation: "On Fame's Eternal Osmp- ng Qronnd," by Hiss Grace Kail. Salute to the Dead. Bong; "Jeeut, Savior of my Soul," abt) Wood— by Mrs.O. L. Wright, Mis* Sertba Bangs, 0. L. Bruner and Wm. urlz • _ NO'HCK. All parties owing me must call and net- e either by cash or note, WM. THOWBBIDO«, A well impMved farm ad Join I UK the ily limits of Breda. A Kood barn 60x30, two story house 30x30, good uranaries 0x80 and other good out buildings. THOMAS BUHNS, Breda. U. Pigeons Wanted . I want 500 good live pigeon* during be month of May*, at ten ceuti each. E. M. Parsoni. 3-4t Hah WANTKP. To bny some potatoes at MoLagan ihnmaahAr'fl. closing twofeut stamp, olal ibe «Wt^^ ,jt> Juirlci court at Oarro I Munti, Iowa, nut MuTuttuyTdpitituUnMi bi fnvorot p. Jo^o*/ £ud Uit uiuMnr*{or ouli, at tUtiUuor ueurthouw, lultoe (own of CtirroJI, oou Catroil, Iowa, on i.n# UUb day of Juue. U IwwuIU«hounoil)o'cJooltH. ui.and ii P ui.ou said u»y, all o( i»ld Ovfendikuu 1 £in*.»u.aKjw»»|* .flw M f«U9!ii! im«i> t In Oarrull , wn Qf Ow/tSll. lu' 0«r« >aua«uos «t Ui* hovt' WANVKD. An active agent lu o»oUy;ounty in the • United States, to solicit subscriptionifor • he TwIce-a-Weolc Republic. A liberal loinmlnion will be paid to huttleri. A*V dreii, superintendent circulation, Tb* Republic, St. Louis, Mo. For Sato. I offer my farm situated in Motion i, Wasbwgiou township, for Ml* For urtb«r particular* addr*M 88.6m EHKHW PH/MIBUM, Aroadls, Oerroll County, low*. TUB VAUO 0» MINNWCABTA '' li tli* title of a beautifully U|uitrat«d booklet recently Issued, deicrlptlvaoftbe Mot Bprlugi, South Dakota, aud th* «A> os^of their wfttwi fur (be cure of rbjMl* uiatlaui, neuralgia and kindred dlMAS**. Oopy of tbls pamphlet will uo willed fre* by W< A. Thrall. General P*M«Bg«r Agent.ObleMO & Nortu-WenUru railway, i III .i upon receipt of rea.uf *t, an*

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