The Algona Republican from Algona, Iowa on June 10, 1891 · Page 4
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* Des Moines. fir, aendill ff -theitttottfc but and DEPARTURE of TRAIKS, MILWAUKEE AKD ST. No. ft m WA B5!: No. No. l passenger * p»ss«ng»r .8 way freight . 11746 a hi 6 freight 8:1? p m GOING BAST. J passenger 10.-59 am irojiSqr^r::::::::::;:::;.. •„•« SS^Jftfe: •**»>» , IOWA, JUNE 10,1891, Chicago & Northwestern K'y. GOINU KOBTH AND VK8T. Freight aeconimodatlon 9 ;55 a m Chicago Mail and Express 4:05 p ra aoiNG SOUTH AND JCAST. Freight accommodation 7 :35 p m Chicago Mail and Express I2:ao p in Chisago passenger reaches Dos Moines at 7p.m., Ohicago6:50 a. in., and Kansas City 9 :30 a, in. Tickets for sale to All points in the •Jnited States and Canada. PROFESSIONAL <J BUSINESS DIRECTORY, B. J. DANSOtf. KOSSUTH CO, MARKETS. Market reports from every town In the county published regularly each week. Reports from Wesley and LuVerne ara made Tuesday evening. Reports from Whlttemore, Bancroft, Burt and Algona made Wednesday morning. To Correspondents: Be careful to quote the prices actually paid the day the report Is made contains a portrait at with a sketch of his life Mrs. Winnie Sterzbach daughter left for Sheldon and little Oats Eggs....... Cattle. $2.00 @f 4,00 Wheat 85 Flax 95 A1OOSTA. .84 Corn .12 .40 Butter 14 Hogs 3.90 Barley 55 Potatoes 50 WHITTKMORE. (No change reported since last week.) Oats 40 Corn Eggs 11 Cattle $3.50 @ $4.00 Wheat 80 Flax 1.00 50 Butter 18 Hogs Barley Hay, loose .$4.35 . .50 $6.00 w . c. DAN80N. DANSON BROS., Ofllce B. F. REED, A TTOUNFA'- AT-LAW, Algona, Iowa. 01- nce In the Ualbraith block, JAS. BARR, M. D., P HYSICIAN and SURGEON, ALGONA, IOWA. L. K. GARFIELD, M. D., P HYSICIAN and SURGEON. Offlcfl next door to Ford's Warehouse, Algona, Iowa. •\VJ5SU5Y. Oats $.35 Corn 40 Eggs 12 Butter 10 Cattle 3.50 Hogs 3.50 Wheat 80 Barley 50 Flax 90 Timothy .... 1.00 Hay i oogc 4.00 I.KDYAUV. (No change reported since last week.) Butter 12 Eggs Oats 36 Corn..'..'.'.'/; Potatoes 75 Wheat. 10 .. . .40 .90 @ .94 W. K. IT. MOUSE. .T. M. PRIDE. MORSE & PRIDE. ALGONA, IOWA. GL T. WEST, M. D., Y8ICIAN and SURGEON. Algomi, Iowa, Office in tuo Kepublictut building. DR. L A. SHEETZ, Druggist & Stationer. Prescriptions filled. Deals in paints, oils, books, perfumeries, etc. Corner of State and Thorington streets AUroiia. Iowa. Hogs.. .$3.75 @ 3.80 Wild h'ay.'... eloo HANCBOFT. (No change reported since last week.) Oats $ .35 Corn $ .40 Eggs 12 Butter 16 Cattle.. 2.00 @ 3.00 Hogs 4 00 Flax 85 Barley 50 Hay 4.00 Wheat 80 ; i ——• LOCAL NEWS AND NOTES. ing "for a visit with hef sK,^ Stinson and Mrs. Bassett. The street commissioner has been at work in a good cause this, week, cleaning out the gutters and fixing up the drainage system of the city. Col. Comstock has been invited to deliver his lecture on the authorship of Shakespeare's plays before the Washington state normal school. A. W. Creed is running an American express car on the NorM western Ry., with headquarters at Carroll, Iowa. The situation is a desirable one. II. F. Watson has received news that his son, Dr. Ed Watson of Mt. Hope, Ohio, is gradualy growing weaker and that there very little hope of his recovery. Rev. Black will preach in the Methodist church next Sunday evening and ;he sacrament of the Lords supper will be administered at the close of the sermon. Gardner Cowles left last Wednesday night for a business trip through Wisconsin, Minnesota and Dakota. He will be home again the latter part of this week. This week we publish the program for the commencement of the Algona High School which occurs next Friday. The school graduates a class - of five girls this year. 5?A" v T llllftfnfih - a Colored showman —Wl.ll n« hoi-n *in*f a,,*.. .,.j_^. ^j.-.;. «**», ders'^daL. is to be here the . by the namef Dick Hall is gradually growing bet- board proceedings in the T. J. FELLING, M. D. P HYSICIAN and SUKREON. in English and German. C dence over Uoetch's store, Consultation OITlce and resi- Whittemore, Iowa. E. E. Sayers, D. V. Veterinary Physician i Surgeon west of tlie Thorington House, AlgoaaJowa. HOSPITAL Accommodations. Nortl Real Estate and Abstract Office of GEO. C. CALL, ALGONA. - IOWA. A. D. CLAKKE& OCX A. P, ter. Full report of the in this issue. J. Q. Adams of Spencer was city Monday. Jake Blossom was in town the first ot the week. Circus next Saturday, and one the Saturday following. Conductor Pill is up for a short visit with the old folks. Hous- new of ABSTRACTS. Charles Rooswall, PAINTER. Orders by postal card promptly attended to. Residence south of Sponberg's tailor shop. Alffona Iowa. F. E. FOSTER, .A. Opposite Court House. Algoua, Iowa. first class in every particular. Kossuth County Bank ALGONA, IOWA. Capital, - $50,000. Incorporated under general laws of Iowa. Deposits received, money loaned W. U. INGHAM. President. J. B. JONEH. Vice President. LEWIS H. SMITH, Cashier. Farm for Sale. 120 acres near the village of Burt. Partly improved. For sale at a bargain. Inquire at Republican office. 151 I would call attention to the fact that I am located here permanently, lor the manufacture and sale ol cemetery work in Marble, Granite and btone. I now have aud intend to keen ju stock a fair line of finished Monuments, Headstones, etc-, aud will guaraatee all work to be equal to the best, I am the only manufacturer of cemetery work in Kossuth Co. Therefore, P"*P*e give uve » e»ll before placing your order ijwd be convinced that by fair aud honorable dealing, l am worthy your patronage. ALGONA MARBLE WORKS, OEO. SHELLEY, Propriety, Charley Palmer is home from ton Texas for a few weeks. Fred Foster moved into his house in north Algona Monday. What we need up in this part Iowa now, is plenty of hot weather. W. F. Peters, of the Bancroft medical fraternity, was iu town, Monday. M T £ e Coramencemeut exercises of cue btate University occur next week. Mrs. W. E. Jordan, of Bancroft, visited in Algona, last' Thursday and Friday. Henry Ludwig of Prairie township has removed to Texas where he has purchased a farm. Mrs. Ben Reed entertained a larce number of her lady friends, at ;i tea party, last evening. Mrs. Rev. Fuller has been very sick the past week and more, with inflammatory rheumatism. Guy Scott came back from Chicago last Friday, where he has been for several weeks, on a visit. Mrs. Kate Starr, with Helen and Richard, spent Saturday and Sunday with friends in Sheldon. .. Win .K. Ferguson, of the First National Bank, is attending the bankers' convention in Sioux City. Miss Mattie Warner and Miss Eva Whitney will spend their summer vacation m New York state. Rev. Wlritfield left for Alden yesterday noon to attend the meeting of the Algona district conference. We learn that Mrs. Lizzie B. Read: has disposed of her Des Moines investment, to very good advantage. Pro. Colby and G. S, McPherson, of Wesley, attended the Temperance mass meeting, last Thursday. Another good rain last night and this morning. Crop prospects are excellent, and getting better! /The board of supervisors at their session last week created a new township and called it Springfield. The Algona district M. E. conference is being held this week, at Alden Rev. Whitfield is in attendance The RKPUHLICAN is better equipped than ever, with a good selection of new type, to do line job work. Try us. Wm. deary and daughter Stella are attending the Adventist state camp meeting at Des Moines this week. John Ray came down from Ledyard We have a letter from Col. Comstock in this issue, in which he writes of an excursion to the mining points, in the Couer D'Alene Mountains. The letter is interesting reading. Mrs. V. H. Stough, Mrs. Maggie Waldo, Mrs. Brad Means, Mrs. Gould and Mrs. A. L. Johnson, all of Minneapolis and all former Algona people, are visiting in the city. The P. J. Walker, Nyram Taylor discussion still continues in the Courier. We have read both sides carefully and can't make out for the life of us what it is all about. A Bolfe man sprinkled his garden vegetables with salt to kill the cut worms, but the grubs seemed to relish the salt with the vegetables, and redoubled their depredations. A number of Algona people who are interested in Sunday School work are planning to attend the Sunday school convention which is to be held in Bancroft the latter part of the week. M. L. VanSlyke, of Elmore. had his fine top buggy stolen Saturday night, a dilapidated old vehicle being left in its place. Mr. VanSlyke offers a reward of $20 for the recovery of the carriage. There will be a lawn social at the home of Dr. Morse on Tuesday evening June 16th, given by the ladies of the M. E. Church. Icecream and cake will be served. Everybody is cordially invited. Squire Thompson failed to find sufficient evidence in the Steimnam Harrison rape case, to wan-ant him in holding the defendant over to the grand jury, and Mr. Harrison was accordingly discharged. The sub-directors of Seneca, Riverdale, Union, llamsay, Portland, German and Wesley townships will do well to read a little notice from Supt. Carey, published in the Teachers' department this week. Frank W. Calkins, candidate for This week we give our Swea readers w ? ews J ia PP e1nin «f8 of their locality. >Y6 intend to have ft regular cotrn^nnti. dent at Swea. We wfil not be satis- fled, until we have a good live correspondent, at every town and post-office In Kossuth County. We aim to give our readers the news. That is what we are. here for. The REPUBLICAN now, has more and better correspondents, than all other Kossuth County papers, combined. y «r^v *i resulfc of copious rains last week, the crop outlook throughout the state, is very greatly improved. The Weather Crop Bulletin, reports that corn in general, is in a better condi- -ion, than at the corresponding time last year. The amount of sunshine last ^veek, was normal, and the tem- i-ature averaged about normal, the excess of the early part of the week, )eing balanced by the deficiency of the •™«ri Pf il ' t<Ti - F . rui , t Prospects continue excellent. It is bound to boa good year for Iowa. s nioc,ci • ™ — -.•—"' fla s an excellent class in Elocution, of seventeen young people. As others are desirous of a- vailmg themselves of instruction in this accomplishment, another class will be organized at the Baptist church on Tuesday afternoon, June 16, at 3 o' clock. All interested persons are invited to be present, and furnished to The text book used, the ?horf urnis », ed to , the pupils free of charge, is Shoemaker's Practical Bio- cutionist. An Practical Elo entertainment will be chief Elmer Slagle to the steam plow. came up from Des morning to see his He has three days off each Moines Monday family. " ' week. Land seekers are thick this sprine— thicker than ever before. The county never had such a boom in all its past some grading Am. Paine is doing about his residence, and when it is property? WiU ffl ' 6atly impl ' 0ve Us Mrs. Phoebe Booney, of Irvington died last Sunday morning. TheWlv Iowa ' • Ca]kin s, of Ruthven, who is m the field for the Republican nom ,,a' Cora Henderson was down from Elmore last week, returning Thursday .She is having good patronage for her millinery store. Will Price returned from Mt. Carrole, Illinoise-his old home-last Sunday, where he had been called by the sickness of his sister. Artist Hudson visited the Ringlinz Bros, circus, qtBlue Earth last Fri- i took his camera known in literary circles. He is a regular contributor to The Youths Companion, and his stories of life on the frontier have won him a high reputation. On Sunday Rev. W. E. Davidson entered upon the third year of his pastorate of the Congregational church in Algona, preaching two very able sermons to large congregations. Tlie church is happily united in Mr. Davidson's support. 7 The W. C. T. U. of Iowa, have issued a circular, risking for the popular observance of "Amendment Day", June, 27th, wherever such observance can he arranged for. Ministers are requested to preach upon the Temperance question, June 28th. The Williams circus will be in AJl- gona next Saturday. This is not tfie "grandest show on earth." Thfey claim to have about 100 trained horses. There are only five or six cages of animals, and the whole outfit comes in a special train of eight cars. The Normal school board at a- recent session made an assessment of 80 pir cent upon the subscription of last yes,r to pay expenses. There are several a;>- plications for the principalship of tie school for the coming year. TTie boaid has not yet acted upon the applications. 7 Marriage licenses issued since last issue of the REPUBLICAN; N. P. Garner and Johannah Girde, Anna Hayden and F. M. Bravender, Emma Kouf hold and Henry Dreeves, F. A. WU- cox and Clara Coffin. Robt. FinneU and Carrie M. Clark, E. E. Weise and Josephine C. Frank. : Algona will have no celebration this year—that is, we suppose not. It is rather late to make any very ela )orate arrangement for a celebraton now. Bancroft will celebrate and grove celebrations will be held at r a- rious points in the county. We \ ill help the smaller towns this year. Address to the people of Iowa by jhe Iowa W. C. T. U.: Let all men Mho aspire for political honors know, tiat the first, the essential, and the pal-amount duty of the next General sembly will be to maintain strengthen the prohibitory law, an provide for state enforement in the pendent counties. The Western Town Lot Compa filed a plat of the town of Ledya for record with Recorder Smith list week. The principal streets of Lidyard are to bear the following nan which are suggestive of a good heal 1 Republican sentiment, up that Hawley, Edmunds, Blaine, AI Logan, Sherman and Henderson. Capt. Cooke, Bert Edmonds and i ry Garfleld have planned to at the State League, jneetiag atJSfe the first of next mouth, aud will given by each class, at the close of the term of lessons.. ,. The Arizona kicker is back on the ?£ l Xf" 1 ™ 11 ?* 8 a S ain - The other editor Mr. Clarke got drunk week befcpe last and ran away leaving many bad debts behind him. There was no Lu^ r ^ e ^^ S 4l or . awhile - We were begin- ing to think that our contemporary was dead enough for putrefaction to set in, wnenLazerus like it came forth from the tomb last week with the Arizona kicker in the harness. Brother Platt announces to the public that be now expects good backing in hard cash and that he wont play if he don't get it. .The friends of Mr. and Mrs. M. Chapin remembered the 25th anniversary ot their wedding lust Wednesday evening and gave them a little surprise. It was a pleasant occasion. Morris B Uiapm and Jane Henderson were married May 2,1866, soon after Mr. Chapin returned from the army. From that day up to a few months ago they lived on their farm in Union township, enjoying a steady prosperity. They have left their half section farm now and reside in Algona. They have a fine family of healthy boys and girls, and the family are of Kossuth county's most highly respected people. At a meeting of the Kossuth County Farmers' Mutual Insurance Company held at the court house hall yesterday! the following were elected officers for the ensuing year: President, J. E. The immediate result of the Temper- vinKwon- f* 10 ® ffiass » eet ]ng held in this city neSBhSc la8t * hu K><*ay afternoon and evening, following was the organization of a County Temperance Alliance, with the following officers: Pres., Eugene Tellier; Secy., Jos. W. Hays; Treas., J. C . Blackford. According to the constitution adopted, each township in the County is to be entitled to one Vice President, who is to be at the head of the township Alliance organization. The following vice presidents Were elected: H. G. McBride—Weslev E.B.Eddy-Portland. N. A. Pine—Irvington. A. Anderson—Plum Creek. J. JN . Easterly—Burt. H. P. Hatch-Whittemore.' J, B. Carr—Seneca. D, II. Hutchins—Algona. The remaining townships, were not represented in the convention, and vice presidents for their townships will be elected later, by the executive committee. To report the meeting more in detail: The convention was called to order about 2p,m, by Rev. Whitfield. Ed. Butler was elected temporary chairman, and J. C. Blackford, Secretary. The first business before the meeting, was the organization of a County Alliance, — the pri me purpose for which the meeting had been called. A form of constitution, which had been forwarded by the secretary of the state Temperance Alliance, was read, and referred to eattse. to. m in sympathy with The convention was suc< in every way satisfactory in eventually result in a thor* ough organisation of the county, An effort is now being made by the execu- 11 6 y*S?° t0 , enll8tev «T friend of the prohibitory law and its enforcement, in Kossuth county, with the allf. ance. Anyone may become a member by subscribing to the constitution and paying the membership fee of $1, copies of the constitution address the secretary. -- -*••«•». ^ — — , — COMMENCEMENT. Following is the complete program to be rendered by the seniors of the high school at their commencement exercises, to be held in the Cong' church, on Friday evening, June 12th fnvitod ' ORDER 0V EXERCISES. Motto— "More Light." Miislc-Quartette of little girls. , ~ ...i Dorweiler, W. R. Jones, Wm. Radig, J. L. Blunt, Wm. Kline, E. 8. Streater, Geoi Angus, E. W-JDonovan, C. C. Chubb, A. . A . „ ------ --- secretary was instructed to furnish a full report to- the press. The report will be published next week. tl Our thick witted contemporary the REPUBLICAN indulges in some maudlin verbiage every now and then" etc, is the way the Courier gets to talking occasionally. A newspaper that gets down to that kind of argument has not worked very far away from the original protoplasm in the line of an evolution towards respectable and dignified journalism. The Courier is a little too- near the ape yet to be veuy influential with the more intelligent class of readers. Our contemporary would do well to cultivate something better than the school boy style of writing an editorial. What we have quoted from the Courier in its reference to the REPUBLICAN is sufficient to give an idea of its customary editorial expressions. There is much logic in such language. Dave Ellis and wife, of Bancroft, brought their poodle down yesterday to see Dr. Sayers. The dog is in delicate health. Mr. Ellis tells us that he is liable to get into some litigation with the town of Bancroft over the matter g* paying a tax on the poodle. An effort was made by the authorities to collect the regular tax on the dog and Dave swore that he would be n doggoned" it he would pay it. The pooctle is a well behaved dog and stays in the house most of the time, being in poor health, never associating with any other dogs, and in fact never going out on committee of five, consisting of M. Starr, R. J. Hunt, Rev. Cummins, Wm. Colby and W. E. Davidson. The committee reported in favor of the form of constitution suggested by the State Alliance, with only a slight alteration. The constitution was adopted by the convention as recommended by the committee. Following the adoption of the constitution a recess of five minutes was taken, and the constitution was signed by the following parties: F. M. Smith, N. A. Pine, Win. Whitfield, J. B. Carr, M. Starr, D. H. Hutchins, W. E. Davidson, L. M. B. Smith, J. N. Easterly, L- A. Cummins, W. A Black, A. G. Ward, D. R. Crowel, Eugene Tellier, E, B. Eddy, F. Dormay, II. G. McBride, Jos. W. Hays, W. M. Colby, H. H. Patterson, Levi. Toothman, W. C. Danson, II. P. Hatch, F. K. Butler, A. Stough, C. W. Sarchett, H. Norton, W. L. Wolfe, Mrs. T. H. Conner, Lizzie B. Read, Mrs. C. A. In- gharn, Maryll. Carter, Flora A. Jones, Andrew Anderson, R. J. Hunt, C. B. Paul, E. B. Butler, a M. Doxsee. ' The convention was then called to order, and it was moved to proceed with the election of officers, by ballot; after balloting for some time without an election, the motion to elect by ballot was reconsidered, and a committee appointed to select officers and report to the convention. The committee consisted of M. Starr, Mrs. L. B. Reed, C. B. Paul, Rev. Cummins and E. B. Eddy. The report of the committee was adopted, and the officers—Pres., Seey., and Treas.—were elected by acclamation. While the elections committee was out t a committee on resolutions, consisting of Rev. W. A. Black, E. Tellier, Mrs. C. A. Ingham, W. C. Danson and Rev. Davidson was appointed. The Resolutions Committee reported immediately, and the following ' ' adopted by the Mi ; lon Oration and Val ... ..Life. • A Name. ......Angels are Watching I/s. Moftjitt and Bessie Ills! Benediction. Sunday School Convention. The Kossuth County Sunday School convention will be held at Bancroft, begining the evening of Thursday June lith and continuing during the following day. Following is the gram: TH F R8DAY KVBNINO, Exel>ols <*. pro- by the, Muse. Address of Welcome- A. J. Berrvman Eesponsfr-Tiie President. uenyman - fleld. Ad<lress - W1 'y are we here?-Wni. Whit- Music-. Prayer. FllIB-AY MOJU«NG. JUNE 12 lV«u V s1^ minutes. paper Illllltei1 to 15. 11 :30-Geaem.f discussion. n q PMIDAY EVENING. 0— Song service. . Instrumental MusIc-S, Nicholson success? P< jL; R e H°°}"» t }' y Su ," (lay Sp . Music. • Closing Prayer. A GENEROUS (MFT. Mrs. Mary H. Carter, of Algona, presented to the Algona Reading Room on her seventy-eighth birthday the following well learned volumes: Hildrethfs.Hlistory o£ the resolutions were street unle ss chaperoned by Mrs. or some othermember of the family. Dave tells us that under the circumstances he does not believe that the poodle is legally subject to taxation, and that being something of a trader he doesn't believe iu a free tariff on dogs anyway, especially when «?. <M M! *SS« u™»* 1*» W<* ?f xf .. a be it'ifl'hanJ to tell. Mr. Ellis is firm in the determination not to pay the tax and the authorities are as firm in their determination that lie shall pay it.and we understand that they have communicated with the county attorney. The REPUBLICAN will not venture anything upon the legal points in the matter, but in our humble opinion a town ought to be in pretty, urgent need of money before imposing a tax upon an invalid poodle. "Oh! how dreadfully yellow and f^ asy ,M y - fac ?, i8gettin s- % do you feaow this is all caused by a disordered liver, and that your skin cau be chooasd S r<) asy yellow to a transparent B *° od We have the convention: WHEREAS the Liquor associations of pur nation, have combined to overthrow the prohibitory law of our state- and WHEUEAS the time has come! when we must again engage in a political campaign, in which: the principal issue will be the prohibition of the liquor traffic, and winsitKAs the cry is made that Prohibition does not prohibit, therefore, Resolved, 1. That we- request our officers to make every reasonable effort to enforce our present prohibitory law. 2. That we will not countenance any step, looking to a compromise with the enemies of the law. 3. That we put forward every effort to elect officers and representatives pronounced in i avor of the prohibitory law. J 4. That we believe no greater conceivable injury could be done to the cause of good government and public security, than to proclaim to the vicious classes, that the better elements of society will retire before them, as soon as they meet a law with sufficient contempt and defiance. 6. That we endorse the sentiments of the World's W. C. T. U., desiring to raise the standard of the law, to that of Christian morals, by the total prohib- itor of the curses of civilation. Following the adoption of the ers- olution the executive committee was instructed to arrange a program for the evening, and tlie convention adjourned until eight o'clock. It had been expected that Judge Harvey, president of the State Temperance Alliance, would be present and address the evening meeting but he telegraphed at the last moment that he could not be on hand. Rev. Taf t, of Humboldt, vice president of the lOth disjr rict alliance, was present and spoke for a half hour in the evening. The committee arranged a, program of short speeches to follow Bev. Taffc's address. Speeches were pmde W tfce parties: lievs. son, Life of Martin laitlier. ....... My Bondage and My Freedom Dr.H. C. McCoy has also placed in the library a valuable work entitled— United States Geological Survey, I. M. POWELL, Director. Very popular, very small, very good DeWut's.Little Early Risers, the pEfor ' sick headaciie - of July cigars f ron i f 1.00, up to ¥«J.oO. per box at BRUNBON & Co's. 86-38 Nothing does a druggist so much good as to have a medicine that he can guar- R n0t » e 'T ry ., b( ^ tl 5. t . 0 S ive satisfaction. Beggs Family Medicines are fully gaar- anteed, so you cannot fail to get satisfaction when you call for them. At Dingley's » 1 .r the M. E. church. bl °cks west of Mas. WM. CWSABY. T,i\?f ^ St Paul June 15th to September special form of tickets Iowa. Rate for the $1,95. . will soil, lath inclusive, to Clear Lake, trip will be It is quite the fashion now to take De Witt's Little Early Risers for liver, stomach and bowel disorders. They are small pills but mighty good ones. At Sheetz'. Harness and horse collars, whips, etc., • Ums\rTs^T«-*r. * * * at STOUGH'S. . For the Democratic State Convention to be held at Ottumwa. Iowa, June 24th excursion tickets will be sold June 32nd to 84th inclusive, at one lowest short line fare for the round trip.-O. M. & St. P Ky. vJLTLtOMa*. ... ... Giants! Little Qia^s I Little Giants! are the pills that do the work succeesfull, effectually and permanently We warrant every bottle to jrive satis. faction. Sold by F. W. Dingify? 8 * 1S We have a nice line of G. A. R. Blue suits, at bottom prices see them fore Decoration day. .*«* Gap. L. GAmaAiTH& Co. E. tickets A. C. Y. p. 8. Hn 5d at r fa f e 2 ne w » trip. Selling July 8th to IJttt geturo cpupons will be made good only ?A iSh ¥ W D * Minneapolis %ly jatn to loth inclusive.— 0. M. « St. p. K'y. 8weet breath. ! vigorous boy, pure Wood «t,,5 -ISSi:"v,"Serous uouy, pure uiooa sod good bealtb result from the use of De ias-i™. j.-JLx-.,,,? ..*. .

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