The Algona Republican from Algona, Iowa on October 15, 1890 · Page 4
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Algona, Iowa
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Wednesday, October 15, 1890
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ARRIVE and DEPARTURE of TRANS, OHIOAGO. MILWAUKEE AND ST. PAUL, OOIKO WK8T 1 passenser No. No. . m No. o freight No. 13 way freight No. 3 passenger 9 fr<' " . «:02 a m 4:31 p m 7 :15 a m 12:20 p m 8 :40 p m No. 2 passenger "J'iSSm No. 4 passenger.. l.iSJJ?™ No, 14 way freight 2:20 p tn No. 10 freight, Saturdays only 12:35 p m No, sfreight 0:45pm Chicago & Northwestern B'y. GOING NORTH AND WEST. Freight accommodation 9 :B5 a m Chicago Mail and JSxpress 3 :5fl p ra «OINO SOUTH AN1> KAST. Freight accommodation " :3n p m Chicago Mail and Express 12 s30 p m Chicago passenger reaches Des Moines at 7 p. m., Ohiciwo G :50 a. m., and Kansas City 9:30 a. m. Tickets for sale to all points in the •Jnited States and Canada, r|iuUican. ALGONA, IOWA, OCT. 15,1890. PROFESSIONAL & BUSINESS DIRECTORY, K. .T. DANSON. W. C. DAN80JT. DANSON BROS., A TTOUNEYS A.T LAW, Algona, Iowa. ALOOKA MARKETS. (Reported weekly by A. Hough.) Oats, 82c. Eggs 16c. Cattlo fZ.OO Wheat 85c. Flax $1.25 Hay $3.50 Corn (ear) 86c Butter 10c. Hogs $8.60 Barley 40c Timothy $1.10 Ofllce Over Oomstock's. GEO. E. CLARKE, A TTORNEY. Office over the First National Bank, Algona, Iowa. B.F.REED, A TTORNEY AT-LAW, Algona, Iowa. Of- llce In the Ualbraith block, JAS. BARR, M. D., IQWA . L. K. GARFIELD, M. D., P HYSICIAN and SUKGEON. Office next door to Ford's Warehouse, Algona, Iowa. W. E. H. MORSE, M. D. ALGONA, IOWA. OUR PREMIUM. To all subscribers of the BKPTJULI- CAN who pay $1.50 in advance for the year 1891 we will give our fine new premium map of Iowa free. This offer extends to December 31st, and applies, of course, only to such as have not received the map as a premium already. Parties who may be in arrears must pay the same in addition to the advance subscription. The season is a prosperous one, and all will be able to pay the small amounts they may owe the printer before the first of January, and put their accounts with their home paper on a cash basis. NEW SUBSCRIBERS Paying $1.50 for one year in advance will get the map as a premium. THE MAP. The map is worth 75 cents and cannot, we believe, be bought at retail for less. The map of Kossuth county is printed from a new plate, engraved from a map furnished by ex-Auditor Hutchins, and is the best map of Kossuth in any Iowa map we have seen. These maps can be supplied at any time at the REPUBLICAN" office to those who may be entitled to them. This premium applies only to subscribers living in Kossuth county. LOCAL NEWS AND NOTES. DR. L A. SHEETZ, Druggist & Stationer. Prescriptions lllled. Deals In paints, ' oils, books, perfumeries, etc. Comer of State and Thorington streets Alsona.Icwa. E. E. Sayers, D. V. M., Veterinary Physician i Surgeon JSr~Offiee west of tlie Thorington House, Algona.lowa. HOSPITAL Accommodations. For information in regard to lauds in Northwestern Iowa, write to the Real Estate and Abstract Office of GrEO. C. CALL, ALGONA. — IOWA. ADAMS, SIGH PAINTER- HOUSE and Country work a speciality. ALGONA, ICTW^. "Corn for sale. Charles Rooswall, PAINTER. Orders by postal card promptly attended to. Residence south of Spoiiberg's tailor shop. Algeria Iowa. "Shoot the bicycle." John Holm went to Nebraska City yesterday. Gib Dutton of Ruthven was in town over Sunday. John Il.eckart is giving his house a coat of paint. The democrats will caucas next Saturday, Oct. 18. Supt. Carey is in Swea this week visiting the schools. Geo. E. Clarke went to Rock Rapids Sunday on business. Mrs. C. F. Calkins went to Rnthven hist Friday on a visit. Dr. Garfield has joined the League of American wheelmen. Mrs. David Gilmore left for Everest, Kansas, yesterday noon. The district court convened yesterday under Judge Thomas. Capt. L. M. B. Smith and wife are visiting at Pipestone, Minn. Rev. Davidson and Dr. McCoy re*turned from Minneapolis Monday. A boy can find opportunity of learning the printer's trade at this office. Rev. J. Sheet/, of Humboldt, preach- the Baptist church* eondttcting the funeral. Geo. M. Annis, of Spokane Falls, is on our streets this Morning receiving the cordial greetings of old friends. "The Upper Des Moines, in view of what it has already said, deserves the contempt of every thinking man in the county." . , W. L. Joslyn returned yesterday from a visit to Illinois, where he has been looking up his prospects for county attorney. Miss Tillie Cramer returned from Sioux City Monday night. Mrs. Nettie Hall filled her place in the school during her absence. Elmer Slagle left Monday night for Minneapolis where he expects to find employment. Algona is verry sorry to lose him as a citizen. Rev. Whitfleld is preaching a very interesting series of sermons. His subject for next Sunday evening is "The Origin of Evie." We are in receipt of a box of sample pens of the celebrated Perry & Co. make. They are a fine lot of pens. We have tested them. Miss Fahenstock has taken charge of the Methodist choir. The choir will now meet in the church for practice every Saturday evening. L. Tuttle, formerly of this place but now of Chicago, was in town last week looking alter his interests here and looking up the hay business. Fred Branch, a relative of the Hall family, visited them last week. His home is in Clayton county and he had been on an excursion through northern Iowa. Jno. Lamuth has gonetoMaquoketa, Iowa, on a business and visiting trip combined. He will visit with his folks at home and also do some carpenter work. A young lady is visiting in the family of Mr. Wm. Kennedy, and will remain in Algona indefinitely. She arrived this morning and weighs ten pounds. The Baptist Association is in session this week and everyone is invited to be present at all the sessions. Interesting discussions are a feature of the convention. Sheldon has a new paper bearing the high sounding name erf "The Cob and Hammer." The paper is published in the interests of the- farmer and mechanic. Be careful how you use kerosene or you may regret it. If yon dont believe- what we say we refer yort to O. C. Fill who presents very much tTie appearance of a singed cat. August Bremer, who is now a resident of St. Paul and employed In one of the fashionable hotel barber shops of that city, was in Algona visiting old friends last week. There may be something witty F. E. FOSTER, IB J&- ZESIB IE Opposite Court House. Algomi, Iowa, k first class in every particular. Kossuth County Bank, ALGONA, IOWA. Capital, - $50,000. Incorporated under general laws of Iowa. Deposits received, money loaned foreign and domestic exchange bought and sold. Collections made promptly and a general banking business transacted. 1'assage tickets to or from the old countries sold at lowest rates. W.U. INCJHAM. President. J B JONES, Vice President. ,j. '' UJ>U ^ V1S H SMITH. Cashier, Direction-W. H. Ingham, .Jno. G. Smith J. B .lones T. Chrischllle.s, Lewis H. Smith, J. W. Wadsworth. Unmet Deviue. Farm for Sale. 120 acres near the village of Burt. Partly improved. For sale at a bargain. Inquire at Republican office. ed in the Baptist church last evening. John Adams writes from Nebraska that lie is well pleased with his posi- j tion. C. B. Paul was over from Whittemore to spend Saturday and Sunday at home. E. W. Clarke of ,Livermore has been visiting in town the past few days. Ambrose Call and two little boys spent Friday and Saturday at the corn palace. Dr. McCoy went to Minneapolis last Thursday for a visit with his two daughters. The W. C. T. U. will meet in their room on Dodge street Friday, Oct. 16, at 3 o'clock. Mr. S. Benjamin has been enjoying a visit from his cousin, Mr. John Green, ofTraer, Iowa. Editor Johnson, of the Corwith Cros- cent, was a caller at the REPUBLICAN office this morning. There will be a cardinal supper at the Congregational church Thursday ithe advice to "shoot the bicycle," but evening at six o'clock. Jas. Taylor accompanied his father, who started for Pasadena, California, GREAT FRENCH REMEDY. LADIES try Dr. LeDuc.'s Periodical Pills, from Paris Fraiice. Established — Europe 1830: England iw,o ; Canada 1878 ; United States 1887 $2 or three boxes for S5. Positively remove all iBRK<;ui.AiUTiKS or money refunded. 1HE AMERICAN PI I.I; <'<>•. royalty proprietors, Spencer, la. Tlie trade supplied bv wholesale agents. H Uoswith & Son, Milwaukee ; Kobt. Stevenson & Co. Chicago. Retailed by Dr. L. A. Sheetz, Algoiia. 19-40-yr $1, Address Oau be made in o months selling TuuiBon's Atlas- otf, Charts and Wall Particulars free. H. C TUNISOH, Chicago, Bis, SHIP YOUR Butter. Eggs, Cheese, Apples, Pears, Beans, _^ Peaches, Pears, Houey, Beeswax, Grapes, Hops, Poultry,Coru.Oata, Wool, Maple Sugar, Lambs.Veal, Mutton. Venison. Wild Uuuie, Dried Fruits, Potatoes, Hay, Feathers. Cider, Vinegar. Furs, Skins, Onions. Tobaoco, Broom Corn. Ginseng Koot. 50 tons live Poultry wanted. Will pay cash or sell on commission. Send for dally market prices. W. H. 1'. lialliira & Co. Pr,odui-.o Cuimnis>lou Merchants, 20 and 22, Des Plain St., Chicago ,111. 40-20 BLANKS FOR SALE — o At BUBLIOAN OFFICE yesterday, as far as Omaha. A number of land seekers came in on the excursion last night and are interviewing our land agents today. E. J. Gilmore has purchased A. If. Clarke's brick house in the south part of town and expects to occupy it. Eugene Shadle has taken his position at Frank Bro's. clothing store. He left a good position at Clear Lake. Judge Thomrs of Storm Lake and W. 11. Lamoreux, of Ft. Dodge, Reporter, are registered at the Thoring;on. * Henry Newman left last night for Chamberlain, South Dakota. He has a position in a real estate office at that place. Mrs. Morse arrived from Nebraska last Friday. The Doctor haw rented the house formerly occupied by Dr. Shore. A. C. Parker of Spencer is under the doctors care and is not able to assist W. C. Danson in the trial of his cases this term. Mrs. Smith, mother-in-law of Jay Hodgman, died Sunday and was buried yesterday afternoon, Rev. Smith, of we fail to see tlie point, and wont put I author down for ti humorist until we catch on to the- application. The con tract for building the Episcopal church was let to Peter Purvis Monday. The church when completed will cost in the neighborhood of $2,000. Work will commence immediately. Mr. James Melnroe. of Plum Creek township, and Miss Lizzie 0,llburke, of Riverdale, were married by Father Nichols Monday morning. The ceremony took place atthe Catholic cliurch. Excavations for the stand pipe- were commenced yesterday morning- and' the work will be rapidly pushed from- now on. The contract calls for the e»mpletion of tile water works one month from today. "ThoEngland iadeafenedwithtlie spinning wheel,her people have not clothes;• tho she is black with the digging of fUel, they die of cold; and tho she has sold her soul for grain, they die of hunger."—John lluskin. We are glad te^know that Mr. Dunn of the Thorington has not yet decided to leave Algona as reported by some of the papers. He-has the refusal of the St. James at Livermore but may yet decide to stay at the Thorington. Associate Justice Miller died at Washington, Monday, Oct. 13, of paralysis, and Gen. W. AV. Bilknap was found dead in bis bed the morning of the same day. They were both, Iowa men and their loss will be t'e-tt by the entire natioi*. Will Haggard left Sunday night for Milwaukee* where lie expects to find permanent employment, Will has been an employe of the SEPUBLICAN for a number of years and we are more than glad to give him the heartiest kind of recommendations. B. F. Heed arrived home Monday morning, the murder trial having been continued till the December term to allow it to come before the other judge in the Bedford district. A change of venue was asked for by the defendant Foster and could not well be resisted. The Wigwam seems to be about as lovely a place as you can find anywhere. From, the amount of goods constantly going out and the amount received the wigwam is at summer heat all the time. We notice a car load of the celebrated A. A,- Cooper wagons fceiog unloaded today. Tlie story that a bicycle loosens the boards of a sidewalk is a ridiculous fabrication. A loose board rattles when a wheel passes over the walk, and the man who is aboard of the wheel can very easily tell when he is passing by the house of the shiftless citizen. The fourteenth annual convention of the Ia.Butter,Cheese and Egg Association will meet in Ft. Dodge Wednesday Thursday and Friday, Nov. 5th 6th and 7th. All interested are cordially invited to be present. If you desire further information address J. W. Johnson, Sec., Oskaloosa, Iowa. J. M. Smith, living on the Slagle place east of town, sends in to this office a couple of large potatoes, the largest one weighing a little over three pounds. They are more like a whole bill grown together than like a single potato but the several members are all together, making a good potato showing. Hon. J. P. Dolliver will speak in Algona Thursday evening, Oct. 23, and it is to be hoped the Republicans of Kossuth county will turn out en masse to hear him. Mr.Dolliver's reelection is an assured fact. Wonder if Mr. Woods is willing to meet him anywhere in joint debate "from the rostrum to the corn field." We would call particular attention to the article in this issue refuting the bosh, about increased prices as a result of the passage of the McKinley bill, which appeared in the Upper Des Moines and the Courier last week. We have taken 710 small amount of pains to get at the facts in the case and have our information from reliable sources. A citizen of Algona makes the following observation and suggestion, which we publish for the benefit of Bro. Hinchon. The observation is to the effect that Mr. Hinchon is a peculiar man, in that he would shoot a bicycle because he had a spite against the man who rode it, and the suggestion is to the effect that if Mr. II. will go home and count his beads awhile he will feel better, and less disposed to be splenetic. Bert Hallock, for the past year the popular assistant in the post office, retired from that position last week and took Will Haggard's place in the REPUBLICAN office. Mr. Hallock has made a record of efficient and acceptable service which it will be difficult for any successor to come up to, and he has been as popular as he was efficient. El Daltovv takes Ms place and! already handles the'mails with the celerity and accuracy of an old band. "Wesley is a good town'" -was- the heading of » column- article in bhe UD. M. of last week wfiich was fofflbwed by the usual ration of soft soap. Whit- fiemore will get its allowance in a few weeks. Tlie soft soap is alway* followed by a solJcitator Avho is making offers of the U. D. Ml for 1(5 months foe a dollar and! a half, and various ottter tlie case may be and 1 frequently is, as we are prepared to'sliow. Will Price is back to • Algona again; an re'as soon as he is able-will drive buss again for Mr. Leatherman. Will! is just recovering from &• long siege- of typhoid fever. He was sick in tlie hospital at Des Moines 'and came back to Algona just as aooir as they would let bun go out. From him it is leametl that IT. A. Latta has left' Des Monies between two days, leaving soon after the State Fair closed, and many are mourning his departure 'because of unpaid bills. Next Friday is thu-date for the Republican county convention. The interests-of the Republican party and the interests of Kossuth county demand; that the convention shall do* its work well. The offices in the gift of the ceunty are of considerable importance and the interests of. the people demand that those well filled. The right nominations will prove a source of strength to the general ticket and will fortify the party to a contain extent against future' surprises like that experienced last fall.. Louis Ware of Logansport lias been in town the past few days exhibiting Woodling's automatic check-iiower. Having had considerable expesience with>the old fashioned chain aheck- rowei?,we believe that the device which Mr. Ware has been exhibiting is-superior to. anything of the kind ever invented before. No chain is requited and it is claimed that tlie planter is-just as accurate as any ever put upon the market. A branch factory will be established in Des Moines. Thds check- ro-wer has been iu> use in the East for some time and has met with, success. Ackley Tribune: The efleot of prohibition on the increase of population is illustrated in this part of the state in the following manner: Hardin county, a prohibition county, has increased 1,071 in ten years; Franklin, another prohibition county, has increased 2,551. Butler, another prohibition county, has increased 1,158, while Grundy, an anti- prohibition county, with, a magnificent soil and grand lands, has increased but 656, It is said prohibition has never been enforced in Grundy and according to the fulsome cant of anti-prohibitionists she should have made a larger increase of population than any of the others named. The figures prove that prohibition enforced does not drive away home seekers. Sioux 1 City is a live town, and its people insist that they are up to and ahead of the times, but their assumed metropolitan 'airs are sometimes strangely in contrast wtth their natural arcadian manners. Hess' Opera Company Was in Sioux City last week and Friday night appeared in Bicol- letto from Verdi. The performance was attended by the elite of the city and the audience cheered at tho customary intervals. The curtain went down on a tragic scene at the close of the play, but the audience sat still for a full five minutes waiting for the circus to continue. It finally dawned on the minds of the more theatre wise that the show was over and a general stampede of badly disgusted and terribly sold people took place. Grand Opera is a little too high for Sioux City. Several of our citizens have got copies of the Algona REPUBLICAN recently with a printed circular folded in it saying that if they would send their names in that they would be supplied with the REPUBLICAN free. Some of the boys think that it would be mighty dear at that price. They would rather pay $1.50 for the Courier and get a good paper than take a poor one for nothing —Courier. (LuVerne correspondence. The above, like most other statements of the Courier, can be answered with three letters E. L. L, but the letters are not arranged in that order. Produce a single copy of such a circular Mr. Hinchon and we will publish it. The printed circular referred to, simply notified the parties receiving the papers that they were sample copies and would not cost anything. tttS in The editor of the REPUBLICAN was unfortunately out of town when this office was honored by a call from the editor of the Courier. Mr. Hallock had no definite knowledge of the names of the parties referred to by the REPUBLICAN last week, and the information furnished by him was technically incorrect, sufficiently so to afford a loophole for tlie Courier to crawl through. Mr. Stayley's father-in-law, Mr. Cannon, lives with him, and the paper goes to Mr. Stayley's house, but we cannot say in whose name. Our agent was told by a member of the family that they got the paper on the terras we mentioned, and of this OUT agent is willing to make his affidavit. Mr. Wash Thompson of Bancroft—not Thompson Bros.—is or was on the Courier's list, and according to his own statement paid for it in oats and received an encyclopedia as a premium. It is possible that Mr. Swain b«s not yet settled with the Courier, but be'was premised an encyclopedia and a map as premiums just the same, and the Courier has not yet denied it. If the. REPUBLICAN has been misinformed? it 'is owr misfortune and the Courier will probably be able to explain matt«rs satisfactorily. Otherwise we would advise th& editor of that paper to pick a few motes out of his own eyes, that he may see more clearly to keep out of some ofi' the- pits that he has digged for hi»own feet. NEWS, would oallthe attention of our correspondents to the fact that ail matter for publication must reach ui In no ease later than Tuesday evening of each week. mm*. Special Correspondence, BuitT, Oct. 14.->-Our town is Still growing and we are enjoying good liealth hereabouts. Trade is good. Agent Cork is in Chicago transacting business and looking around. Will Easterly runs his business during his stay. We are very pleased to note the fact that Carrie Goodwin took two first premiums at our county fair, one on an original story and one on an essay. Three dollars each. CARD OF THANKS. The undersigned wish to express heart-felt thanks for the very pleasant surprise on the evening of the, when quite a company or members and friends of Burt and vicinity came tt> the parsonage, bringing a very fine upholstered easy rocking chair as a birthday present to Mrs. J. R. Faus, which was received as a token of the kindness and generosity of tlie people at our new home. May Heaven^s blessings ever attend those kind hearts and willing hands. These tokens of love help to make life's rugged pathway pleasant. J. R. FAUS AND WIFE. BUFFALO FORK. Special Correspondence. BUFFALO FOKK, Oct. 10.—Threshing is nearly done in this neighborhood. Plowing and corn picking now keeps the men and boys busy. The first Mite society of the new conference year was held at Mrs. Butterfield's. A large number of iadies were present. The next meeting will be at Mrs. Fowler's. The new minister, Rev. Faus,preached his first sermon to a large and attentive congregation Sunday, Oct. 2. Service every other Sabbath at 2 p. m. The progress of the church building is retarded somewhat on account of tardiness in getting donated labor, as was expected. Mrs. Gillett made 28 little folks happy byan invitation to celebrate herlittle daughter's tenth birthday, October 7th. The day will be long remembered by all presant. Miss Gena had many little tokens of love and friendship to remind her of that glad occasion. Mr. Mathews, from N. Y., is visiting his sisters, Miss C. Mathews and Mrs. Butterfield. A fine Hambletonian colt belonging to E. B. Eddy broke a leg while running. The leg was set but the break was a very bad one, and affcer ten days it was thought best to put an end to the poor creature's misery. Pi'ouonnccs Sentence on Itself. contained the Last week's U. D. M. following: In SB last issue the REPUBLICAN discusses newspaper circulation and says: "We llavn't much space to waste on ithe Upper Des- Moines this week, but will simply call attention to some of ,the methods we know it to be pursuing. Comment will- be unnecessary. The iUpper Des Moines is being given to :new subscribers for a period of 16 month* for the ordinary price of a year's subscription, $1.50." ; If this statement is true the Upper Des Moines, in view of what it has said, dteserves the contempt of every right thinking man in the county. The statement is not true in any particular. We challenge the REPUBLICAN to produce the name-of a single man in the county who is getting this paper at $1.50 ifor 16 mouths. If it can name one man who is getting the paper at that rate, or who has made any contract with the publishers or agents to get it at that irate, we will relinquish all claims, and say nothing moi'e. The Upper Des Moines has sent sample copies for four issues free to a large number of people, a customary and accepted practice with all newspapers. Aside from tltat it has offered no inducements, and no reduced rates. Upon the truthfulness of this state- meat it will stand or fall. Since the above appeared in the Upper Des Moines, we have taken the trouble to see one of those men who is receiving tlie paper at those rates, and he has given us permission to use his name. Mr, Ed Blanchard of Portland ia the man. On or about the first «tf September the U. D. M's. agent, Mr. Jake Frecb, visited Mr. Blanchard and offered him the paper for 16 months for the subscription price of 81.50. Mr. Bhmehard is now receiving the paper —receiving it at that price. Now just keep these facts in mind and after you have read the above clipping from the U.D. M. again you will wonder at the severity of the sentence which the editor of that paper prononnces upon himself. Mr. Blanchard made his statement in the presence of three witnesses and we can produce the witnesses if anyone doubts that we are telling the truth. Always on bund a full line of our $2.35 Ladies' Shoes. Best iu the market for the money. GBO. L. (JALBBAJTB & Oo. HEKRON. Special Correspondence. f HEBW.ON, Oct. 10.—Hebron has had a good big rain, so as to make the plowing go better. The tbresMng is almost done. After tlie rain it istrarning cold. BANCROFT. Special CoiTespoiKleiice. BANCROFT, Oct. 14.—Miss Flo Jordan came home last weefe from Kansas, where she had been visiting for a couple of months. C. Brooks, the organ agent, was up Jrom Livermore last week. ; Dr. McCormack, of Burt, was in our 'midst last Saturday. Mrs. Win. Ringsdorf returned home from Britt Saturday, where she had beea visiting her daughter, Mrs. Barslou. C. C. Chubb was up from Algona last week on business. Jake Freeh, of the U. Ifc.M. force, was in town over Sunday. We notice that B. C. Lindberg has a large barn nearly completed: on his lot west of the track. August Johnson started fei? Chicago Monday evening, where he will visit fora while and then goto Bock Island, where his brother John is going to se&ool. Miss Lutie Wallace went to Algona Fiaday evening, returning to her school, on Monday. WEST BENI>. Journal: A son of regulation weight; born to Mr. and Mrs. C. M. Stonet Tuesday afternoon. The Republicans of Pale Alto county will meet in convention Monday after* aoon, Oct. 13. We are sorry to note the removal of Mr. and Mrs. Ronks from our midsi. They shipped their household goods to. < Radman yesterday and; will make that town their home in th& future. Died, at his home in Ellington township, at half past ten o'clock Friday morning, Thomas Comer, aged about 68 years. Mr. Corner was one of the pioneers of Palo Alto county, coming here about twenty years ago. lie has resided here continuously and was well known throughout the county. Mr. Comer leaves a wife and eight children mourn his death. The funeral services were held at the Presbyterian church Sunday afternoon, and were very largely attended by neighbors and friends. Tlie Republican Caucuses. The Republican caucuses passed off quietly last Friday. A few of the delegations were instructed but as yet it is impossible to do more than guess at the result of the convention. Below we give the names of the delegates as nearly as we can ascertain them: ,—, Robt- Warren, Eugene Ttdlier, J. W,

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