The Algona Republican from Algona, Iowa on August 5, 1891 · Page 4
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and MMKTOtt ot Him, CHICAGO, MILWAUKEE \ND ST. PAtJL, aOINO WKBT. Mo. l passenger •• • • 6: ALGOIU, IOWA, AttatJST £0°: No. No. 8 passenger 0 freight 13 way freight BfrelRht -aoiNOBA8T: 2 passenger 4 pftssetfger. 7.15 7ii5 am p m No, 10 way freight " 4 freight, .... 8 freight No. 14 frel No. .12 :1S u m . 2:30 p m .10:5B P in Chicago & Northwestern ll'y. OOING NORTH AUD WEST. Freight accommodation » •» Chicago Mal1 ani1 E*nress * :" KOSSUTH 00. MARKETS. To correspondents: Be caretiil to quote the prices actually paid the day the report Is made. Oats » ™ 5» Chicago passenger reaches D . es ., M °, l(nae %j™ 7 ntn Chicago 6:50 a. m., and Kansas City 0& am. Tickets for sale to all points In the •Jnited States and Canada. ... Cattle. $2.00 @ $4.00 Wheat .......... 80 Flax ........... »0 AtGONA. i .25 Corn Butter Hogs Barley. ..»•••• Potatoes New ..40 .14 4.60 .50 .75 •• iiiniimmimiiiigiiij Bertha Han«i<jk leffeity Watefltitf ori a fehbtt VWti Amasa Paine Is barn 1 near the 0. & N hay ,pttttiflg up a V.VY. depot. Miss Mattie Robinson returned home to Minneapolis yesterday morning. Col. Spencer's mother, who resides at Rice Lake, Wis., arrived this morning for a visit. P. L. Slagle attended the encampment at Detroit and Went from there to Fort Wayne on a visit to his father. Misses Cornie and Anna and Harvey Ineham gave a reception to their _ ." 4 i._5r_....__il__» - A 1 ^^-_^ n »*•»•« *v»V\ni« IVHITTKMOBE. (No change reported since last week.) Oats 40 Com PROFESSIONAL & BUSINESS DIRECTORY. B. J. DANSON. W. 0. DANSON. DANSON BROS., A TTORNEYS AT LAW, Algona, Iowa. Office Over Comstock's. Cattle $3.50 @ $4.00 Wheat 80 Flax 1-00 .50 Butter ..I.......18 Hogs $4.2o Barley .60 Hay, loose .. $6.00 tioitt and lesigifted tdlttfi mendiMtt Mri Alcotli for in his place. Joseph Skifc8ey,is aixmt .to come into possession of a viable piece of property at Great Falls, Montana. It seems that his son Jos. Skipsey, who died here several years attpvMd » clear title to the property which is now Valued at about $6,000 and that the fact was not discovered until recently. Geo. E. Clarke has charge of the case and we are told that there is every chance of getting the money. Several petty burglaries were com- IB Cdn*fefttln*i, flank lt«notntnAt«a. WESLEY. Oats y ...$ -25 CaSeV.'V.'.'.V.dLOO Wheat ?5 Flax 80 Hay, Corn • -40 Butter -10 Hogs 4.55 Barley .45 Timothy .... 1.00 new loose 3.00 I/EDYAKD. B. F. REED, A TTORNEY- A.T-LAW, Algona. Iowa, nee in the Galbraltli block, E. V. SWETTINGK A TTORNEY-AT-LAW. Of- Potatoes 75 Hogs...$3.75 @ 3.80 .90^.94 friends las?evening. A large number were present. Capt. Cooke is away on his regular annual vacation. He went to Waterloo and will visit Dubuque and. Sioux City before returning. Dr. McCoy, A. M. Johnson, J.W. Robinson and W. C. Winter, of Bancroft, left last Saturday for the G. A. R. encampment at Detroit. Mrs. F. F. Morgan, of Cumberland, Wisconsin, who has been visiting with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Geo. B. Bacon, returned home last Friday. Miss Lottie Bacon, of Milwaukee, a daughter of our merchant Geo. B. Bacon, is here on her first visit to Algona. It is probable that she will remain per- mitted in town last Wednesday night. Ladendorf 's restaurant, Alderman s billiard hall and both Winkel's and Eden's meat markets were broken into. The theives secured very little for their nights work. Ladendorf got ofi *h<s lUputilieiMiii oflWiiirtittMCttttnty Hft** Now hut One Choice for State Senator. The gods smiled upon the conveti- ttoh last Friday, and all who expected a warm time as a wind up to the hot fight which had been progressing be* tween.Mr. Jones and Mr. Clarke for several weeks past, went away disappointed. The contest between two candidates continued up to the hour of the convention, when both gentlemen withdrew from the race and the full delegation to the senatorial con the wmvefttton fa a short apeetjh to which he declared his loyalty to tl principles-and platform of the Refti licftn party and his intention to stand with the Republicans in the legislature in case he sbotikl foe nominated »nd elected* •'.''•-.' c with the loss of a dish of ice cream and a few cigars. Alderman lost about $5.00 in change and a revolver. They got nothing to speak of at either of the meat markets. There is going to be a prize fight with four .ounce gloves over at Emmetsburg in a few days. The fyAtis to be between a fellow named'Billy McCall, of Elkhart Indiana, and one Jack Ferguson, of Emmetsburg. They will pound each other for $500, and cate- receipts. The prize fight is a vention was unequivocally instructed in favor of Senator Funk. It was a happy turn of affairs, and very fortunate for the Republican party of Kossuth County. •The Convention was called to order by County Chairman, B. F. Reed. O. J. Olson, of Irvington, was elected temporary chairman and C. M. Doxsee temporary Secretary. Some.one arose THE NORMAL SCHOOL. Prof. Chaflee and his assistant, Miss Grace Adams, spent some tiffla during the past week in visiting the County Normal and in making the acquaintance of those attending., On Friday afternoon the Normal school building was thrown open and a large iramber of the teachers availed themselves of the opportunity afforded them of noting the changes and improvements which have been made for the coming year. As. newly arranged the rooms certainly present a much more attraci ive appearance and are better suitei for the work of the school. Former students express themselves much pleased With these improvements and BANCROFT. .$ .20 Corn JAS. BARR, M. HYSICIAN and BPBGBON^ Oats Eggs Cattle 1.75 Flax 90 Hay 3.00 Potatoes 60 $ .45 Butter 15 Hogs 4.50 Barley 40 Wheat 80 Timothy 4.00 LOCAL NEWS AND NOTES. L. K. GARFIELD, M. D., P HYSICIAN and STIlKiEON. Office next door to Ford's Warehouse. Algona. Iowa. W.E.H. MOUSE. J.M.PBIDB. MORSE & PRIDE. ALGONA, IOWA. GK T. WEST, M. D., P BYSICIAN aud SURGEON. Algona, Iowa, Office in the Kermbllcan building. _ DR. L A. SHEETZ, Druggist & Stationer. Prescriptions filled. Deals in paints, * oils, books, perfumeries, etc. Corner o£ State and Thorington streets Algona. Iowa. T. J. FELLING, M. D. P HYSICIAN and SURGEON. Consultation in English :in I German. Office and residence over Qoetch'a store, Wlilttemore. Iowa. E. 32. Sayers, D. V. M., Veterinary Physician i Surgeon ^-Office west o£ the Thorington House, Algona.Iowa. HOSPITAL Accommodations. Work on the well progresses slowly. For fresh groceries go to the red front. The Misses Cotnstock left this morning for Spokane. Ladle's exclusive parties are quite the rage in Algona. Editor Hallock and family of Burt, was in town several days last week. Ben Haggard came back Sunday morniug from his trip up into Minnesota. Will Haggard is expected home from Milwaukee on a visit in a ffew days. Prof. Anderson and wife, of Bancroft, spent Sunday with Dr. and Mrs. Morse: Mrs. Capt. Bailey and daughter, Belle Peek, have gone to Michigan on a visit. Mrs. Dr. Morse starts tomorrow on an extended visit to her old home in Illinois. Miss Gertie Clarke entertained a number of friends at her home last Monday evening. Mr. and Mrs. Gardner Cowles left for a trip up through Minnesota to Duluth, last Monday. Miss Muggie Winkel went to Prim- Master Clyde E. Thackery entertained a number of his young sriends at his home in the country last < Saturday. It being the occasion of his thirteenth birthday. Prof. McCollum left on the. noon train yesterday for a weeks visit m Hardin Co. From there he will go direct to Fort Smith, Arkansas, where he is to teach next year. Mrs. McCollum will join him there m a tew weeks. Guy Dalton is home for a short stay. Just at present he is acting as a sort of a supernumerary man for tiie J. H. Queal Lumber Company and goes wherever the company send him. He is to leave in a few days for some point in Dakota. Jule Frank is away in the east laying iu a big supply of goods and will be absent until about the middle of the month. He makes a trip to New York regularly every year always comes back with a large well selected stock of goods. The West Bend Journal says of the Algona Normal School. This school has enjoyed a splendid reputation in the past for the thoroughness of its work, and having been .recently reorganized and improved,. will make a much better record in the future. Paul Bro's. have gone into the coal business and have secured the agency for the celebrated Boone coal, which is as good as the best coal mined in Iowa. „,. ° .11 j_ 2 n nsxn 1 cil-iOri fit. ISfl.Tl- great civiftzing institution. We suppose all the good moral people of Emmetsburg will turn out and help swell the gate receipts for the boys. The ladies of the W. C. T. U. will (rive these prizes for the best essays on Temperance, written by those between the ages of 12 and 18 years. The first V. ...!11 Vvrt •fr\ii\* r take them as and and For information in regard to hinds in Northwestern Iowa, write to the Real Estate and Abstract Office of GEO. C. CALL, ALGONA. - IOWA. A. D.CLARKE & CO. ghar this morning for a visit of a couple They will put in a coal shed at Ban croft, and will probably erect one at Algona. They are selling the coal at special figures. We are in receipt of a catalogue from the University of the 'Northwest , 1 he University people claim $oOO,000 endowment fund and the catalogue shows "" It IS premium will be four dollars, the second two dollars, and the third a book. Competent judges will examine the papers, which may be sent to Mrs. C. A. Ingham, Secretary of W. 0. T. U. at Algona. The prizes will be awarded the afternoon of the second day of Kossuth County Fair. We were favored with a call last Saturday morning, from Brother lord, of the Wesley Reporter. Mr. Ford is a genial young man, and is getting out a verv bright and newsy paper. The Reporter has the unqualified wajport of the people of Wesley, which must be very gratifying to the editor. No enterprise will do as much for a town as a newspaper and we are always glad to see people appreciate their newspaper as the Wesley people appreciate the Reporter. Jas. Orr was in Burt last week decorating the town. Mr. Orr is a first class painter and paper hanger, lue Burt people are bidding for a shoemaker, a harness shop, a drug store, and a bank. They want all these, things and want them bad, judging from the way our correspondent talks in the Burt Republican. Any one looking for a location in any ot the above mentioned lines of business will do well to investigate the opening offered at Burt. UOUAMVSA.M.&J r— — V ' _ ^ to move the appointment of the usual many others, committees on credentials and organi-1 coming — zation, when Mr. Clarke asked for the floor, and in a neat little speech in which he affirmed his loyalty to the best interests of the Republican party, withdrew his name from the Senatorial contest, asking his friends to give one indication, among of prosperity for the is more than satisfactory to those interested. It is being widely distributed and has received many favorable comments. Indeed, there is general satisfaction with the new management of the institiutioH thus far and every their support to the plan of securing reason to expect a large measure of the delegation for Senator Funk. Mr. Clarke's speech was greeted with considerable applause and there were loud calls for Mr. Jones, who happened to be out of the hall at the time. The convention again undertoook to proceed with the appointment of the committees on credentials and organization, when business was again in- terupted, this time by Mr. Jones who had returned to the hall and being apprised of what occurred, obtained the floor, making a short speech in which ''---- his success for 1891-1892. THE WEATHER AND CROPS. The weather crop bulletin reports another cool week. The daily average temperature having been about 6° below normal. This closes the record f or the month, making it the coolest July, with one exception, since 1879. The rainfall during the week was much below the seasonable average; but a few localities report an excess. There was ABSTRACTS. Charles Rooswall, PAINTER. Orders by postal card promptly attended to. Residence south of Sponberg's tailor shop. Algona Iowa. Kossuth County Bank, ALGONA, IOWA. Capital, - $50,000. Incorporated under general laws of Iowa. Deposits received, money loaned, foreign and domestic exchange bougbt and sold. Collections made promptly aud a fteneral banking business transacted. Passage tickets to or irom the old countries sold at lowest rates. W. U. INGHAM, President. . J.B.JONES, Vice, President. LKWIS H. SMITH, Cashier, Directiors-W. If. Ingham, .Inn. G. Smith, J. B Jones, T. Chrischilles, Lewis II. Smith, J. W. Wadsworth. Barnet Devine. weeks with some cousins C. L. Lund shipped five cars of cattle and two car loads of hogs to Chicago hist week. That's the way tanning pays. Dr. Garfield was called to Whittemore last week to see Mr. and Mrs. Weigand who are both reported to be very sick. John Zeller, of lliverdale township, took the train Monday morning for Dubuque. on a visit. lie expects to return tomorrow. Bert Edmonds returned to Des- Moines last Monday, where he has a job in Redhead, Norton & Lathrop's Bicycle repair shop. The Emmetsburg Democrat reports that Harry Wilson has engaged in the vinegar business and will handle it in wholesale quantities. The Misses Smith gave a party to their friends last Saturday evening. A large number were present and it was a pleasant occasion. The ladies of the M. E. church will serve ice cream and cake Thursday evening, from G to 10 o'clock, at the Spear building. All invited. Editor Bush, of the Hancock Signal, was a pleasant caller at the REPUBLICAN office last Saturday. He came over to watch the convention. J. E. Beattie, the enterprising Whittemore merchant,advertises in the REPUBLICAN again. He is a rustling one sophomore and two juniors, it is far easier to figure up supposed values real estate than it is far easier to figure on Morning Side to get students. • The following gentlemen from Hancock County were present at the convention last Friday, with an eye on Hancock County interests, lorn Dayler, of Britt, M. B. Sapp, ot Corwith, Bro. C. B. Wood, ot the Corwith Crescent and Bro. Bush, of trainer, Editor of the Signal. Owing to the excitement incident to the recent change'of management in the REPUBLICAN oflice, we lost sight of the fact that our hustling ten cent delivery man, F. W. Longley, had become the father of a lovely young daughter. We extend tardy but none the less hearty congratulations. The Normal school building has been thoroughly renovated and pull in condition for the opening of the fall term. The large room on the second floor has been partitioned off into two apartments, the larger of which will be used as chapel and studyroomwhtlethe smaller will be used as a recitation room. The walls of the entire building have been given a coat of whitewash and everything now -presents a fieat and creditable appearance. Prot. Chaflee he withdrew his name, asking friends to give their support to Senator Funk. The Senatorial fight was over when Mr. Jones sat down, and a sort of recess was taken in which the convention expressed its approval of what had taken place, in applause and congratulations. After the excitement had subsided sufficiently, the committees on credentials and organization were appointed after the customary method of allowing each ward and township to name one member. Wesley township sent two delegations: One delegation was headed by Carl Olson and consisted further of II. C. Hollenbeck, Frank Hume, A. L. Try- and Frank Kernan, and the other consisted of Wm. Colby, C. a deficiency in sunshine, but generally the weather was very favorable for harvesting and threshing operations, which are in progress in all parts of the state. Corn shows a healthy color and is doing as well as we could expect. Threshers report a 'handsome yield of small grain. The hay crop is 'heavy, and the prospect is flattering for flax and potatoes. let the job of fixing up the building to T ocjfm- wiionn who is alwavs very thor- last TTIDD'S GERM EKA.D1CATOH-Positively Jtcures all diseases, because it kills the gems, inlcrobes, and all uniinalculae (m the human system). The air Inhaled water drank, vegeta- lAes and fruit eaten, are teeming with these to tlie naked eve imperceptible llttleworms.known lw the above names, causing catarrh, consumption diabetes, Bright's disease, caneers.tumors, and all so-called incurable diseases. (Never known to fail to cure consumption p's, Spencer," O'lay Co. fa. "Sold wholesale and retail ju Algoua by Dr. Sheet/c, druggist. 20-9-yr business man and must be making money. He advertises some rare bargains. Mrs. Chas. Lee died last Friday and was buried Sunday,the funeral services being conducted by Rev. Whitneld. Mrs. Lee leaves a husband ana tour children, the youngest a babe of a tew days. Dr. Davidson, of Cincinnati, who was to have lectured to the teachers Thursday night, on The Coming Woman, was unable to fulfil his engagement with Miss Gary, on account of sickness. Mr. Alex. Gillingham, who has been home on a furlough from the Soldier s Home at Milwaukee, returned Mpn- The Boone Valley Gazette announces in its last issue that the Wilson Farm Department will hereafter be a feature of its columns. Tlie papers are learning the value of Mr. Wilson's services. We have yet to hear of a single paper that intends to discard the department after trying it through the past year. The following parties have letters at the post office uncalled .for. Mrs. A. T. Clark, Mrs. M. Johnson, Mr. Cover Kuedton, Mr. Godfrey Kreger, Mr. 1. S. Smith, Mrs. L. B. Whitney, Sam Williams, James Parker, Mr. John Price, P. Gustofson, Mr. Collins & Co., MissIIulda Hanson, Miss A. Neilsou. A number of the teachers from the Normal Institute came in last Wednesday afternoon to see our perfect- Lester Wilson who is always very ough in his work. The Teachers Institute closed Saturday with a total enrollment ot 160 teachers. We hear those connected with the Institute saying that more and better work has been done by Kossuth County teachers in the last two weeks than has ever been done at any Institute in the county. Serious illness prevented Dr. Davidson from lecturing Friday night, so the teachers held an impromptu social at the .court house, where u pleasant evening was spent in listening to music on delegation J. S. Gallagher, G. S. McPherson, L.Faulk and Tom Gray, The Olson delegation claimed to be the regularly appointed caucus delegation having been selected at the caucus at which Township Chairman E. F. Bocon presided. The other delegation were appointed at a meeting which they claim was called to order at the advertised time and place but at which Chairman Bacon was not present. The Convention compromised matters by recog- nising both delegations and allowing each two and a half votes. The committee on organization reported in favor of Samuel Mayne as and short ing press and folding machine operate. e School teachers in any quantity will be welcome at the REPUBLICAN office at any time and if our press don't happen to be running at the time we'll steam up purposely. The selection of Prof. C. E. Carlton, Of Des Moines, as instructor in the Commercial Department, completes tlie corps of teachers f9r the Normal School. Prof. Carlton is a graduate of the Western Normal School at bhen- _. •-- .JIT,-,-. t-mtffltr TWrV andoah, Iowa, and has taught two years in the Business Department of that school and one at Highland Park, Des Moines. At a meeting of the school board yesterday morning Miss Hattie Chesley, OMGUU 111 i*«i;v»*"»»|3 »•" -, speeches and in eating ice cream and water melons. The teachow go away feeling elated over the success ot the Institute. We have lately received from the Secretary of the State Agricultural Society the premium list of the coming state fair which will be held August 28th to Sept. 4th. It will be useless to attempt an enumeration of the big features of this year's fair. The old soldiers are to have two days this year, Monday and Tuesday. Children's day this year will be Tuesday. The exhibit this year will be much larger than ever before. It has been found necessary to enlarge several of the halls to furnish accommodation for the expected exhibits. The fair grounds and buildings will be illuminated by electricity, something that has not been attempted before. In another column will be found a record of all real estate transactions for the past week. "Land deals" will be published in the REPUBLICAN regularly hereafter. Parties desiring to preserve a complete and exact record of the real estate changes in the county should subscribe for the REPUBLICAN and preserve a full file ot the paper ,-, * , ;lIY~_J3*.it» permanent'chairman and C. M. Doxsee as permanent secretary. The report was adopted by the convention and Mr, W* would call attention to the fact that we are located here permanently, for tlieuiaimlac- ture and sale of cemetery work iu Mai We, S"" aud Stone. We wow have aud intend to keep in stock a fair Hue of nnianed Monu- ineuts, Headstones, etc.. and will gua autt * all woxk to be equal to the best. We aie tlie only manufacturers of cemetery work InKos- sutu CoV Therefore.please j.1ve us a call before placing your order and be convinced tuat by fair aud iouorable dealiuK, we are worthy your day night. He has 'enjoyed his furlough and has gone back to Milwaukee in good spirits. Cards for the marriage of Rome S. Walker and Miss Alice Belle Johnson, of Princeton, 111., are out. The wedding will take place Aug. 12th,, and Rome will bring his bride home to the summer family reunion. We are going to have one good show this year at least. Look at the bill boards and look at their ad. Wallace & Co. travel by rail with about thirty cars and have a show worth seeing. They will be here Aug. 21. Mrs. Z. E. Brown and sons, Walter and Clarence, of Minneapolis, have been visiting for the past ten days with Mrs. Z. C. Andruss. They return to their home in a few days. Mrs. Brown is a sister of Mrs. Andruss. number of new boards in the who taught the school at Ledyard the past term, was elected to fall the one remaining vacancy. Mr. Dalton presented his resignation to the board as janitor of the school building. The resignation was accepted and Mr. Parker, a former janitor was elected to the position. The palace idea as applied to a f air or exposition is qui. lowan In the past few days has been received at this office circu- lara relative to the Corn palace at Sioux City, the Blue Grass Pajace at Creston, the Coal Palace at Ottumwa, and the Flax Palace at Forest City. Iowa has many rich resources to tell about in these palace expositions. W. W. Alcorn has lately been appointed aud commissioned as postmaster at Beiieca, to _succeed Nelson Eessell, who has ^signed. Mr. Al- Our report will be found to be reliable as it will be taken directly from the books of the Recorder and tlie proot sheet carefully corrected according to copy. Our reason for publishing this record of the real estate transactions is two fold. As a matter ot news it is Mayne took the chair with a rousing speech. It was then moved to elect a candidate for the nomination for the office of representative and to allow the candidate elected to name the delegates to the representative convention. On the first ballot, which was I informal, J. G, Smith received 39 votes, D. Rice 22, E. F. Bacon 8-i, Ernest Bacon 5, C. B. Hutchins 2, W. W. Wilson H and Gardner Cowles 1. On the second ballot Mr. Smith received 45 votes, Mr. Rice 28, E. F. Bacon 4i and Ernest Bacon 2. Mr. Smith's election as the convention candidate for the nomination was declared unanimous. At this point Mr. Reed presented his resignation as County Chairman. Tlie resignation was accepted and S. S. Sessions and C. M. Doxsee were nominated for the office. Mr. Sessions withdrew his name in favor of Mr. Doxsee, who was unanimously elected. On motion the roll of townships was called and a committee named for the W. C. T. U. RESOLUTIONS. Resolutions adopted by the W. C. T. U. at the reading room Friday, July 31st. Whereas, The local committee having charge of the banquet to be given at the forthcdming G. A. R. encampment at Detroit, have appropriated $5,000 to be used in the purchase of wines and liquors, to furnish the table of the banquet and Whereas, The committee is taking such action are exerting an unfriendly influence to the cause of temperance and Whereas, The Woman's Chris, Temperance Union numbers a: its members so large a number wives and daughters of members ot G. A. R., in whose honor the banquet is tendered, and Whereas, We recognise the drink evil to be the greatest enemy of the homes of our nation which the Union soldiers fought to protect and perpet* uate, therefore, be it ,- * n „ Resolved, That the members ot the Christian Temperance Union of Algona, do most earnestly protest and express their disapproval of the plan ol furnishing intoxicating liquors for the banquet as contemplated by the committee, and be it Resolved, That our Secretary be instructed to furnish a copy of thesi resolutions setting forth our disap proval, to each of the local papers to publication. DeWitt'B Little Early Risers r cause nausea. 'Mild but Risers never grip or cause nausea, mild but sure, assu rather than force. Best little pill for sic headache, chronic constipation, oyspej sia. Sold by DrfSheetz, J.O IMV U A.V/J.I*- **M w • V •• .• worth publishing and as an advertisement to the outside world of the boom that Northern Iowa land is taking it will speak better than anything that could be written. NOTICK TO SETTLE. AH parties knowing themselves indebted to the firm of Starr & Hallock are requested to call at REPUBLICAN office and make immediate settlement by cash or note. WILLIS HALLOCK, Collector. Very popular, very small, very good. DeWitt's Little Early Risers, tlie pill for constipation, billiousness, sick headache. Sold by Dr. Sheets. A Bargain. house aud lot for sale or rent, 40-tf J- C. BLACKFOIiD. AUGONA MARBLE WORKS, MAM,, F «WtittyriL The sidewalks sidewalk sight. It new i Good cheap. that greet stroller uite the eye of the make a grateful fad now to put in corn was formerly eca, tot lost his j land was running was too much of itrinaster at Sen- Mr. Cleve- because he We of Thanks. To the many friends whose loving sympathy and ready bauds lent us aid and comfort i» our recent gad affliction, we hereby WjUk nomination of delegates to the senatorial convention. Tlie following parties were elected as delegates upon the recommendation of the committee. W. W. Wilson, G. W. Ilanna.E. F. Bacon, Ernest Bacon, Robt. Warren, Addison Fisher, J.DeGraw, D. D. Dodge, W, B. Quarton, G. H. Peters, Gardner Cowles, Jas. Farley, M. Stephens and M. Schenck. The delegation was instructed in favor of Senator Funk- The delegates present at the senatorial convention were given authority to cast the full vote of the delegation. Mr. Smith selected the following delegates to the Representative convention. Samuel Mayue, A. Fisher Geo. W". Hanna, A. A. Brunson, D. W. Sample, Wm. Dodds, J. S. Gallagher, S. S. Sessions, S. C. Wt, J« B. Jones, E. H. Clarke and N. L. Cotton. The I Representative delegation were instructed to cast the full vote for Kossuth County and allow 110 proxies. If you want an unflavored cigar, smols the Sweets. For sale at Ladenaorff s Purtieti In town who lire prepared to fu uisU rooms or board for Normal Studet will greatly oblige the Principal by i porting at once, personally or by giving particulars and prices. Constipation, blood-poison, fever! tor's bills and funeral expensesicost ab| two hundred dollars; DeWitt's .Xi! Early Risers cost a quarter. Take choice. Sold by Dr. Sheets. The C. M. & St. Paul Railway vril June 15th to September 15tb lad" special form of tickets to C ear Iowa. Rate for the round trip $1.95 For the Annual Encampment Bowl Veterans of tlie U. S. A.to be faeldia neapou' 8 - Aug. 24th to 39th. tickets be sold by .the C. M. & St. P. By. at j fare for tlie original trip, selling Aug. ^ ALGONA, Iowa, July Catarrh, neuralgia rheumatism and diseases regained. Sold by Sheets, Smoke the Sweets, dorff's. For sale at La will JSxcuvslou to Splri* A special train will, leave Algon 9th at 8:03 a. ».,. arriving. at Spiri at 10:35 a. ». Returning Spirit Lake at 6:80 p. m., gona at 9:08 P. ^J^ trip only $1.40- The Odd accompany the excursiou aud L UQ ket picnicf furnish return, our ginpecegt TMs closed tliere|tulai - business of the "'"' """* Ijour $4ftwjAjM>n*«<¥, insttfc jmmm w«w w& .§*. ,. ^ «-. i ',11 *. _.. •*

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