The Algona Republican from Algona, Iowa on October 7, 1891 · Page 4
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Algona, Iowa
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Wednesday, October 7, 1891
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THE KEPUBL1CAN: ALGONA, IOWA, WEDNESDAY, OCTOBER f, 189L ARRIVAL and DEPARTURE of TRAINS, OHIO AGO. MILWAUKEE AND ST. PAUL, aoiva WEST. 1 passenger .. 0 :JJ2 atn 3 passenger 4:3i p m 9 freight 7:15 a ra 13 way freight 11:45 am 5 freight 8:17 pin GOING EAST. 2 passenger 10:24 ft m 4 passenger 9:30pm No, 10 way trelght 12:15 a, m No. 14 freight 2:30 pm No. Sfroight 10:55 pin No. No. No. No. No. No. No. Chicago & Northwestern R'y. GOING NORTH AND WEST. Freight accommodation 8:18 am Chicago Mall mid Express 3 :34 p m GOINOSOUTH AND 1CAST. Freight accommodation 0 :07 p m Chicago Mail and Express 2 :37 p m Chicago passenger reaches Des Molnes at 7 p. m., OhicaKO <i :50 a. m., and Kansas City 9 :3n a. m. Tickets for sale to all points In the Jnlted States and Canada, PROPESSIOHSU BUSINESS D1BECTORY. ALGONAREPUBLICAN ALGONA, IOWA, OCT. 7,1891. KOSSUTH COUNTY MARKETS, ALGONA MARKETS. Corn 35@.40 Butter 16 Hogs 4.00 Barley.. .25 @ .80 Potatoes New .25 Oats f .17@18 Eggs 14 Cattle. $0.00 @ $0.00 Wheat... .70 @ .72 Flax 70@ .75 ' tEDYAUI*. Butter 14 Eggs 15 Oats 18 Corn 40 Potatoes 35 Wheat 77 Flax .71 Barley 25@30 B, ,T. DANSON. W. 0. DANSON. DANSON BROS., A TTOHNFA'S AT LAW, Algona, Iowa. Office Over OomstocU's. B. F. REED, A TTOKNKV. AT-LAW, Algona, Iowa. Of- ilee in the (iaUmuth block, E. V. SWETTING. A TTOUNEY-AT-LAW, Algoua. Iowa. Money to loan. W. B. QUARTON, TTOHXEY AT LAW. Oll'oe over KossntU County Hank. AVH1TTEMOBE. 19 Corn 10 Oats Eggs Cattle $1.25 @ $4.00 Wheat 70 Flax 72 85 Butter 20 Hogs ....$4.@4.50 Barley 30 Timothy $7.00 Oats Eggs 14 Cattle 8.00 Flax .70 Hay 4.00 Potatoes 30 BANCROFT. .$ .20 Corn $ .25 Butter 18 Hogs.. 4.00 @4.25 Bfirley 30 Wheat 75 Timothy 1.00 A JAS. BARR, M. D., •pHYSICIAN and L. K. GARFIELD, M. D., ) HYSICIAN and STllMiEON. Office next door to Ford's Warehouse, Algona, Iowa. W. B. II. MORSE. 'T. M. TKIDE. MORSE & PRIDE. ALQONA, IOWA. G. T. WEST, M. D., P HYSICIAN and SURGEON, Algona, Iowa, Office at residence. DR. L A. SHEETZ, Druggist & Stationer. Prescriptions filled. Deals In paints, oils, books, perfumeries, etc. Corner of State and Thorington streets Aleona.Iowa. Col. D. B. HENDERSON At the EINK next Hear him upon the issues of campaign. ; <'Seats for everybody. the T. J. FELLING, M. D. P HYSICIAN and SUKUEON. Consultation in English and German Office, and residence over Goeleh's store, W hilts-more, Iowa. TORCH LIGHT PROCESSION. All Eepublicans in town are requested to meet at the rink at 7:15 where they will be provided with torches and organized for a parade. in E. E. Bayers, D. V. M., Veterinary Physician i Surgeon (^-Office west of the Thorington House, Algona.lowa. HOSPITAL Accommodations. Real DANSON&HUTCHISON Office over Kossutli County Bank. Also do a loan und insurance business. C. B Real Estate, MATSON, WHEELER IS COMING. Hon. Hiram C. Wheeler will be Algona Friday between trains,and will hold a reception at the Tennant House from 4:30 to 6 p. m. Every republican and every democrat who desires to meet the farmer candidate for governor is invited to call at the Tennant during the hours for reception and meet Mr, Wheeler. INSURANCE. OFFICE OVER CHRISCJTILLES' STORE. Pur Information in to lands in Northwestern Iowa, write to the Real Estate and Abstract Office of GEO. C. CALL, ALGONA. — IOWA. ABSTRACTS. p. L. SLAG-LE Manufacturer of and dealer iu Harness and Harness Goods, ALGONA. IOWA. Do you want an auctioneer? D. A. HAGGARD Will cry city and farm property, make collections, etc. All business of a iirivnte nature strictly confidential. Oliice \\ ith F. M. Taylor. E. G. BOWYER, DEALER IN WATCHES, CLOCKS and JEWELRY, All kinds of Silverware. Repairing a specialty. Excelsior Wind Mill. Attachment and Feed Grinder. Can be attached to any wind mill. Farmers can do their own grinding. Jos. HUGI & BROS., MATT RICIIAIIDSON, -Gen'l Agents. Agent, Algona, Iowa. We would cull attention to the fact that we are located here permanently, for the manufacture ami sale of cemetery work in MarWe. Granite and Stone. We now nave and intend to keep iu stuck a fair Hue of finished Monu- juents, Headstones, e'ti--, and will guarantee all work to be equal to the best. We are the only manufacturers of cemeu-iy work m Kos- sutli Co\ Then-lure,please uive us a call before placing\our order iiiul be convinced that by Fair and AOUOIable Uealiiij,', wu are worthy your patronage, \ MARBLE WORKS, * HAIL* Prorifiors AM OUR CLUBBING LIST. The REPUBLICAN and any one of the journals named below will be sent to any address for one year at the following reduced rates: Des Moines Kegister §200 Iowa Capital 'J 00 Iowa Homestead 2 40 Sioux City .Journal.., 230 Keokuk (Jute Olty 2 30 MarshalltownTimes-Kepubllcan 2 15 Omaha Bee 235 Chicago Journal 2 30 Chicago Inter-Ocean 225 Prairie farmer 225 Western Kural : 285 Orange Judd Farmer 225 Housekeeper .. 215 National Tribune 2 40 American Economist 2 55 Scientific American 4 05 Li jMiincott's Magazine) 4 05 Demorest's Magazine 305 Harper's Weekly 475 Hazar 4 75 " Magazine 455 " Young People 3 05 Oodey's Lady's Hook 3 05 Home Market Bulletin 1 75 These rates are given for a limited period and will be subject to revision from time to time. This is only a partial list. Subscribe now. We also club with a number of German and Scandinavian publications, rates will be made known on application. LOCAL NEW AND NOTES. Volume XXI, number 1. C. B. Matson was in Estherville over Sunday. Willie Galbraith has been quite sick but is better. Mrs. Mary Paine Parsons, of Iowa City, is visiting her parents. Mrs'. J. A. Beal thinks of going south soon to spend the winter. The place to get your sale bills printed is at the REPUBLICAN office. Miss Belle Peek, who has been visiting in the east, has returned home. Miss Gertrude Williams, of Ipswich. Dakota, is visiting at B. A. Palmer's. Dozens of land seekers came into the county last week with the land excursions. Mrs. A. Hough and daughter Pearl, arrived home from their California visit last Wednesday morning. Remember the Smale Sisters' concert at the Congregational church Thursday evening, Oct. 8. Admission, 25 and 15 cents. E. W. Benedict, of Iowa Palls, formerly of Algona, was in town yesterday. He reports that his wife has been in poor health for some time but is much improved. Fred Dormoy returned home Wednesday last. He has been visiting relatives in and around Detroit since the G. A. K. encampment. Rev. Dorward will move his family here from Sheldon next Friday. We bespeak for Rev. Dorward aud his family a cordial welcome to Algona. Mr. D. J. Mitchell, who has been employed at tlie carpenter trade in Forest City the past summer, passed last Sabbath with his family in Algona. Miss Ada Smith has returned to Stillwater to continue her work in the public schools of that place which, were closed recently on account of an epidemic o£ diphtheria. L. K. Shadle and wife ate visiting the Corn Palace this week, Remember Col. Henderson at the Skating Rink Saturday evening. Large number of Algona people are visiting the corn palace this year. The RBPUBMCAN at club rates with German and Scandinavian papers. Mrs. A. H. Phillips, who has been visiting at Rock Falla, 111., returned home Friday. A ten pound son was born to Mr.aud Mrs. Buchanan, of Irvington township, this morning. John Lamoth's new house near the Milwaukee depot v adds much to the appearance of that part of town. At a meeting of the school board Monday evening the president and secretary were re-elected for another year. Rev. Chas. .Nolte intends removing his family to Goodell in a couple of weeks, where he is called to fill the M. E. pulpit of that place. Grant Ramsey returned to Minneapolis yesterday and will take his former position as conductor on one of the electric street railway lines. Elmer Hudson, of Burt, and cousin, Lester Hudson, of El Paso, Illinois, called at the REPUBLICAN office early this morning on their way to Burt. Mr. O. E. Bliss of Bancroft was a callpr at the REPUBLICAN office Monday, lie is a carpenter and there is such a building boom for Bancroft that he has more than he can do. J. B. Reed, the Lu Verne hay man, has moved his family to Algona where they will remain during the winter, Mr. Reed will continue the hay business at the switch, however. J. M. Taylor, one of the early settlers of the county, who went to Oregon City, Oregon, 17 years ago was here several days last week. lie reports that all Algona people around Oregon City are prospering. G. McPherson, of Wesley, was a county capital visitor last Saturday. The REPUBLICAN acknowledges a very pleasant call from him. He has been a constant subscriber since the foundation of the paper twenty years ago. Bert Edmonds expects to enter the bicycle road races at Sioux City tomorrow and Thursday. After breaking the world's record in the twelve hours' race at Des Moines he will probably be a favorite man for the Sioux City sports to bet their money on. The democrats hold their county convention this afternoon and have been caucussing around on the street corners all morning. If they can find a McKinley protectionist and a man who is in favor of honest money to nominate along with Dr. Bourne, the prohibitionist, they will be fixed for a ticket. The regular meeting of the W. C. T. U. is Friday, Oct. 9. All ladies who are ready for the work of the new year are cordially invited to come and help. Ladies who have never been identified with the W. C. T. U. of Algona, will be welcomed to the meetings. Mr. Geo. Edgett will sell his stock and farm machinery at public auction in Whittemore next Monday afternoon. Sale to commence at 1 o'clock p. m. Mr. Edgett is one of the Kossuth county farmers who have succeeded so well at farming that they can come to town and engage in business. W. B. Pratt and family started Monday for Halsey, Oregon. Halsey is a pretty good place if it is any better than Kossuth county. We hope Mr. Pratt will one day decide to return to Iowa. He is one of our successful farmers and we don't like to see him leave the country. Mr. W. F. CHne who opened up a clothing store in the old Spear building several weeks ago became discouraged with the outlook and left town, shipping his stock of goods to Broken Bow, Nebraska, where he will try it again. A man who leaves Kossutli county, for Nebraska doesn't come very far from missing it in our estimation. The REPUBLICAN was never better equipped to do fine job work of every description. We have recently put in a good stock of the very latest faces in job type and invite the public to come around and give us a job at printing something. Styles change in type as in everything else and you want the latest thing out. The REPUBLICAN office has got it. The U. D. M. printed the Carroll Herald article again last week and announces its intention to "keep it standing." It seems to have struck the editor of the U. D. M. in the right spot. We imagine that the compliment paid to Harvey Ingham in the article, rather than' the slap at the REPUBLICAN, is what makes it, in the estimation of the Upper Des Moines, "a good thing to keep standing." Two gentlemen from the east—one from Illinois and the other from Ohio, landed in Algona last week looking for $2.50 land and expecting to find the natives of Kossuth County living in dug outs in a state of semicivilization. Frank Bros, have some good bargains in woolen clothing. Old papers to put under carpet at the REPUBLICAN office 100 for 26 cents. A bright hoy is wanted to learn the printer's trade at the REPUBLICAN office. This week we finish the publication of the list of county fair premium takers. Find it elsewhere. The Christian Endeavor Society of the Congregational church, will give a missionary program on India, next Monday evening. Frank Stewart, of Portland township, brought a number of people down to meet the excursion on the Milwaukee to the Corn Palace Tuesday. M. Richmond's brother has bought the Wheeler farm north east of town and will move his family to Kossuth and bo one of the farmers of this county. Letters remaining uncalled for at the post office in Algona week ending Oct. 3d, 1891, Mr. Jas. Battles, Elmer M. Johnson, W. W. Garner, Hans Daniel Neilson. Elder M. J. Sumner of the Free Methodist church has been transferred to Spencer. He is to be succeeded as presiding elder by Rev. G. P. Wilson of Plymouth, Iowa. The Spencer Reporter has changed hands, Randall & Gillespie having sold out to Mr. J. Merritt, of Spencer. The Reporter is a good paper and we wish Mr. Merritt a successful reign in its sanctum. There has been more than the ordinary amount of fruit canned this season, as evidenced by the number of jars sold by our dealers. Gilmore, the corner grocer, sent out over twenty dozen one day this week. Charley Slagle has taken the place of operator Thompson at the Milwaukee depot for the time being and will probably remain in Algona. .Mr. Thompson has gone off on a trip to Oregon via Texas and may not return. Next week we commence the public cation of a new story—"The Mystery of a Hansom Cab." We have read the story and recommend it to our readers. It is full of interest beyond the average novel and is worth reading. Don't miss the opening chapters. In our own estimation it is a far better story than "Imperial Millions." Wherewithal shall a newspaper man cleanse the columns of his paper. By reading Section 5336 of the Revised Statutes of Iowa and giving heed diligently thereto. If the U. D. M. editor fails to see the nub to this let him read the first page of this issue of the REPUBLICAN and then let him reflect and consider and take the ad of Dr. Hathaway out of his paper. Mr. C. D. Boardmau, of Odebolt, who is looking after Mr. Wheeler's interests, was in Algona last Friday and made an encouraging report on the Republican situation. Mr. Boardman finds that the Republicans are awake this fall all over Iowa, which is the best indication of a Republican victory. Where they stayed at home and picked corn two years ago Republicans will go to the polls th'is fall and vote for Mr. Wheeler. Buchanan County Journal: The Smale Sisters gave a concert to an Independence audience Friday evening, in the Congregational church. Before the entertainment began the church was packed, and many got there too late to find standing room, and turned away disappointed. The young ladies retired from the platform after each number, amid a storm of well-earned applauses receiving seven encores, the program containing eleven numbers. Dickens, Clay county, has a new paper, the Tribune, Mr. II. B. Merritt editor and proprietor. It is astonishing the number of new papers that we hear of nowadays. Well a newspaper is a good piece of property in northern Iowa if it is managed properly. The editor can succeed in raking in a little revenue and in having some fun on the side. We hope that Bro. Merritt will succeed financially and raise the dickens generally with his Tribune, which by the way is going to be a Republican paper. Mr. W. J. FooShun, a native of China, lectures at M. E. church Thursday evening of next week on methods and customs of the Chinese. He will illustrate his lecture with a stereopticon, will appear in Chinese costume, will sing Chinese songs and take us on a trip through China, giving views of more than one hundred points of interest—the Great Wall, Dragon Throne, Temples, Idols, Chinese Marriages, General Custome, etc. Admission, 25 and 10 cents. Lecture will be under the auspices of the Ladies' Foreign Missionary Society. f MB REPUBLICAN CONVENTION, Passes oft Without Bloodshed—Stevens, Chtpman and Reed Prove to be the Winning Names. The Republican convention for the naming of a county ticket was held last Friday and was very largely attended. Every township in the county was represented with delegates and the court house hall was crowded with spectators who had a very lively interest in the doings of the convention. The convention was called to order promptly on time. Geo, Boyle, of Whittemore, was elected temporary chairman and S.C. Platt, of Lu Ver»e,, temporary secretary. The usual committees on organization and credentials were appointed in the usual manner. The committee on credentials found no contesting delegations and the convention was soon organized, the delegates present being empowered by vote of the convention to cast the full vote of their respective delegations. The committee on organization reported in favor of making the temporary organization permanent. The report of the committee was unanimously adopted and it was then moved to proceed immediately to 'select a candidate for Sheriff as the interest seemed to center in that office. On the informal ballot Mr. Stephens received 40 votes, Mr. Hunt 23, Mr. Barslou 9 and Mr. Daily 7. Before the result of the ballot was announced Mr. J. B. Jones arose and challenged the vote of the German township delegation, charging that the said delegation had been instructed for M. Stephens and had not voted accordingly. It was decided by the chair that if such were in fact the case it was no business of the convention and the result of the ballot was announced. On the first formal ballot Stephens received 41 votes, Hunt 22, Barslou 9 and Daily 7. Mr. Stephens was declared duly nominated. The nomination for the .office of Treasurer was next disposed of and Mr. W. A. Chipman was nominated on the first ballot, receiving .50 votes, Col. Spencer receiving 30. Mr. Chipmau's nomination was then declared unanimous. The convention then proceeded to ballot on the office of County Superintendent. On the informal ballot Mr. Reed received 45 votes, Mr. Anderson 31 votes and Ernest Bacon 4. Mr, Reed was nominated on the first formal ballot, receiving 51 votes, Prof. Anderson receiving 26. A number of candidates were brought forward for the nomination for supervisor. J..O. Rawson, of Whittemore, and H. 4). Hollenbeck, of Wesley, were finally nominated. Dr. Sheetz was nominated for coroner, C. E. Tellier for county surveyor, and .the convention adjourned. If every republican in the county does his duty the eniire ticket nominated will be elected. It is a pretty strong ticket. Mr. Chipman has been in Kossuth county upwards of ten years, is a thorough going republican,a farmer and an old soldier. Mr.Rawson and Mr. Hollenbeck are both level headed men and will serve the county well in the capacity to which they are going to be elected. Mr..Stephens and Mr. Reed have both served the county in previous years and need no word of introduction. Pnblie School Report., Following is a comparative report of the city schools for months ending Sept* 26th, 1890 and Oct. 2nd, 1891. 1890 Total enrollment; 453 Monthly enrollment 453 Average belonging 425.730 Average attendance 4tu.os Days of absence 260.5 pupil's tardiness. 23 Visits.... ;..:...... go rer cent of attendance 03.7 ver cent of puncl uallty o». 81 Teacher's tardiness l 1891 808 608 481.42 456.07 489 32 108 04.0 09.8 ^ No. nelttieTabsetft nor tardy .... 280 240 A careful study of the above will reveal the following facts: 1. There were fifty-five more pupils enrolled this month than during the corresponding month last year. 2. There were twenty-two more visits from patrons this year than last, a gratifying increase. 3. Our per cent, of attendance this year is nearly two per cent, less than it was last year,a fact not so gratifying, 4. Our per cent, of punctuality for this month is also less than last year, another fact not so gratifying. 5. The number neither absent nor tardy for this month is thirty-four less than for last year, notwithstanding we have fifty-five more pupils this month, a fact Which shows that the attendance was much more irregular for this month. The following table shows the rank of each room in attendance and punctuality for the month. The number of times each room has ranked one in attendance and punctuality during the month and also the number of days each has had no absence: Name of Teacher. Boom 1 Tillie Cramer 2 Lillian Decker 3 Alma Chronholm 4 Ollie Wilkinson 6 Jennie Bailey "... OCcra Wise 7 Hattie Chesley 8 Edith Call 9 L M norton 10 Eva Whltnev Depot Jennie Pettibone " <u |8 SI |« *< tj 9 7 H 5 to 3 11 4 1 2 0 u s <0 w ft §3 W ^ 7 10 a 6 5 4 3 2 R 1 11 •n ^Q II o'o W 1 3 4 0 .J ,1 1 7 4 5 Eespectfully, W. II. DIXSON. Attention Republicans. The various Republican clubs of the city will meet at the Skating Rink next Friday evening at 7 o'clock, provided with torches and corn stalk canes. Every Republican is requested to be on hand. By order of E. TULLIER, 1st Ward, T. F. COOKE, 2nd Ward, ALPHKUS JOHNSON, 3rd Ward, J. B. JONES, 4th Ward. They expressed considerable surprise at the evidences of civilization to be seen oil all sides. The incident illustrates the misapprehension existing in the east J.A131ES Call and see our new stock of Fall Millinery. B. REEVE <Si Co. The Small Boy Steals Apples. They are green apples and then he has colic, cramps and diarrhea and thinks he is going to die and won't ever, ever steal again. The careful motber always buys a bottle of Haller's Pain Paralyzer. and the boy lives to "do so acme pioje. sale ly Dr, ,[,. A. For Real Estate Deals. (Published regularly each week.) August Jiolfer et al to Geo Kuston, s hf of sec 32-100-30 §4800 Joseph Goerle and wife to W C Danson and Archibald Hutchison, s hf of se qr sec 31-98-29 1000 T W Sarehett to Mix and Allen, se qr and e 27 acres lying n and s off the sw qr of sec 12-86-20 2000 W V Wilcox mid wife to Geerd Edeii, sw qrnw qr and sw qr sec 13-07-27 2800 F E Smith to J C Donovan, und hf liit in sw qr se qr see 17-100-28 150 Georgia A Wilson and h to JO Rawsoii, e hf M w qr sec 30-ao-so Geo F Miller to W C Danson and Archibald Hutchison, n hf se qr see 81-98-29.. 1000 Edna T Hathuway to Prank Marlil, ue qr sec 10-95- 28 3000 Frederick T Perkins and Wife to Peter Kreitli, se qr sec 21-07-29 2100 Isaac Ames aud wife to D A Huell, ne qr and e hf of s« qr sec 31 -97-29 5400 Martha E Hughes to Chas 0 rhubb, se qr sec 0-99-29 icoo Ambrose A Oalland w to Jos Dolen. lot 6iublockl8 80 Francis White to T E qr 36-100-28 1000 Benjamin Smith to LeKoy McWhorter, w hf sw qr and sw qr of nw qr 9-97-28. ... 3700 G W Petrie to D A Buell, e hf ne qr sec 21-97-30 1000 J M True and wife to Danson & Hutchison H hf nw qr sec iu 99-28 aud n hf ue qr of sec 24-97-29 3200 Geo C call et al to Thos J Tobin, com at a point 44 rods e and uorods n of sw corner sec 36-9G-27,thence » 20 rods, thence e 30 rods, thence s 20 rods, thence w 30 rods. 150 Mary Price to Oscar F Butler, s hf of sec 2-95-28 Geo M Smith aud wife to A W Molfatt. ue qr sec 31-97-27 Gideou Tracy to Llucolu siugletou, ee qr Of se qr sec 31-100-28 200 John A Zuber aud wife to Wm Uaase, uw qrofseqrsec 11-100-29 480 John A Zubor and wife to Wm Haase, e hf of se qr aud ew qr of se qr H-100-29.. 1500 Wm Nolto and wife to Byron O Killiuer, lot 4 iu block 13 iu A)#oua, Iowa: 76 Bats aud bonnets at lowest prices. Latest styles i A Call at the N. I. N. S. The REPUBLICAN has always felt a warm interest in the Northern Iowa Normal School and doubly so under its new management. Having known Mr. Chaffee, the present head of the school, while at college, we have not been surprised at his success in his chosen profession and were glad to improve a leisure hour this week by looking in on him while at work. Now those who make a practice of visiting schools know that the average class recitation is apt to be, if not a decided bore at least a dull and uninteresting affair. The teacher is too often a mere figure-head, a petrified interrogation point;, and, with such inspiration the class cannot fail to reflect his lack of life; The Northern Iowa Normal, however, is a pleasing exception to the general rule. The professor is not only capable as a business manager of such an institution but is a teacher, iu the best sense of the word, and one of more than ordinary ability. He has also been very successful in choice of assistants. We paid a short visit to each of the class rooms and found in each the same animation and healthful interest. The students ar& evidently getting large returns for their investment of money and time. Mr. Chaffee will find in this general satisfaction on the part of his students the best possible advertisement, "Nothing succeeds like success" and in no'way will a school gain faster in public favor than by making a complete success of every term. The school has already regained the full confidence of the people, and the prospect of a l)lg school is the best it has ever been. Algona has been pleased thus far to harbor a school,, even though it be one of very modest pretensions, but those who have looked carefully into the matter believe that Algona is as good a town, and Kossuth and neighboring counties as good territory as any in the west for an institution with larger aims and larger success than have yet been reached; and that, with the right man at the head, their ideal will be easily realized. The REPUBLICAN fully concurs in the opinion and believes Professor Chaffee has shown himself to be the man for the undertaking. "Oh! how dreadfully yellow and greasy my face is getting." Say do you know this is all caused by a disordered liver, and that your skin can be changed from a dark greasy yellow to a transparent white by the use of Beggs' Blood Purifier and Blood Maker? Every bottle guaranteed by F. W. Dingley. He Would Remember Him. Waiter—Guests usually remember the waiter here, sir. Uncle Si—Do they? Wa'al I'll take a good look at ye. You ain't got no marks, but I guess I'll know ye again when I sen ye. ^^ "O! how I dread to see my hair tura- ing gray." is a remark made by so many ladies. If they only knew that 75 cents invested in oao battle of Beggs' Hair Iteuewer would cot only check it at once, but give it a Juxw4ptti w4 glossy »ppe«- auco, we kftow that t5«jy would not " -

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