The Algona Republican from Algona, Iowa on October 28, 1891 · Page 4
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Algona, Iowa
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Wednesday, October 28, 1891
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THE REPUBLICAN s ALGONA, IOWA, WEDNESDAY, OCTOBER 28, 1891. ARRIVAL and DEPARTURE Of TRA1H8, CHICAGO, MILWAUKEE AND ST. PAUL, No. No. No. No. No. No, No, \TE8T. 1 passenger ..................... C:02nm 3 passenger ...................... 4 :3" pro on-eltcht ......................... 7:15 a m in WAV freight ................. lt:4f5am 5 freight .......................... 8:17 p m OOINQ BAST. 2 passenger ...................... 10:24 am 4 passenger ................... a :30 p m No, 10 way freight ................... 12:15 u m No. 14 fl-Blght, ........................ 2 '.30 P ™ No. Mlreltflit ......................... 10:55 pm Chicago & Northwestern R'y. GOING NORTH AND WEST. Freight accommodation s :IR a m Chicago Mail and Express 3 :ii4 p m GOING SOUTH AND KABT. Freight accommodation 0 :07 p ni Chicago Mail and Express 2 :3< p in Chicago passenger reaches Des Molnes at 1 p. m., Ohica«o« :. r .O a. m., and Kansas City 9 :30 a, in. Tickets for sale to all points In the •Jutted States and Canada. ALGONA RE PUBLICAN ALGONA, IOWA, OCT. 28,1891. KOSSUTH COUNTY MARKETS. A1UONA MAKKETS. Corn 85@.40 Butter 20 Hogs 8.25 (A 3.50 Oats $ .17@19 Eggs 16 Cattle.$0.00 @ $0.00 Wheat... Flax .... .70 @ .75 . .75® .80 Barley... Potatoes New .80 ,20 PROFESSIONAL & BUSINESS DIRECTORY. R. ,;. UAWSON. W. C. DANSON. DANSON BROS., A TTORNEYS AT t,AAV, Algona, Iowa. Ofllee Over Comstook's. B. F. REED, , ..Y AT-f.A\V, Algoii! lice in ihe t-ialbralth block, A TTORXKV AT-i,A\V, Algona, Iowa. Ofik' E. V. SWETTING. A W. B. QUA11TON, TTOIINICY AT I.A\V. Ollleu o\vr Kossutli County B:inl«. JAS. BARR, M. D., and L. K. GARFIELD, M. D., P HYSICIAN and SHWiEOX. Offlcft next door to Ford's Warehouse. Algona. Iowa. I/EIWAKW. Butter... 20 Eggs 10 Oats 10 Corn . .40 Potatoes 85 Wheat 75 Flax 73 Barley 25@80 Oats Eggs Cattle $1.25 @ $4.00 Wheat 70 Flax 75 30 AVHITTKMOUE. 19 Corn ... .20 Butter 23 Hogs ...'.$3.@4.00 Barley 25 Timothy $1.00 Oats Eggs Cattle 3.00 Flax 75 Hay 4,00 Potatoes 20 HANCROFT. .$ .20 Corn . .16 % .25 Butter 20 Hogs 3.50 Bin-ley 25 Wheat 75 Timothy 75 OUll CLUBBING I.I.ST, Tlie REPUBLICAN nnd any one of tbe journals named below will be sent to any address for one year at tbe following reduced rates: .52 no •2 on •l no , ii 30 '1 05 2 m . -T- 5l - PRIDE. MORSE & PRIDE. _ ALQONA, IOWA. _ G. T. WEST, M. D., P BY-MOIAX ar.d SUUWKOK, Algona, Iowa, Olline at. resilience. " DR. L A. SHEETZ, Druggist & Stationer. Prescriptions tilled. Deals in paints, ' oils, books, perfumeries, etc. Corner of State and Thorington streets AUsona.Iowa. Dos Molnes Register Iowa Capital Sioux Git.v .lonriml Keoktik Uate City Marslialltowu Times-Kepuullcan Oinalia Ueo Chicago .Journal •* •".' niiica(?o Inter-Ocean - f> National Tribune Uul)u<]iiu Times MAGAZINES AND HOME JOURNALS. Harper's Weekly Bazar " Mai?iv/.ino " Young People ttodey's Lady's Book Demp'rcst's Magazine Lippiucott's MiiKii'/.itid Bclentillc Amtviean American Kconomist Homo Market bulletin Housekeeper FAH.M AND STOCK JOU11NALS 2 •!< l "•' 4 4 75 4 5? 3 Of ;! 05 ;s 05 4 0.0 4 (15 a 55 T. J. FELLING, M. D. •DIlYSiriAN and tin l-.m:lisli oKON. Cni.sulta.tiou and German Oflice and residence i-vi-r r.oetcli'sstniv. WliiUeiuore. Imva. jj. E. Sayers, D. V. M., Veterinary Physician® Surgeon eg^-orive west of the TlioriiiKtou House, Alt!ouii,!ii\va. HOSIMTAf, Accommodations. 1 71 2 sr •2 y 'J 5. 3 Ot 2 0 The new bank building is to go up in the spring. Mrs. Louis Robinson of Dea Moines s visiting in town. Ex-State Superintendent Akera was n town yesterday on business. Mrs. Charles Stenson of Sheldon is visiting her mother, Mrs. J. E. Stacey. Miss Lizzie Leni of Postville was in own last Friday the guest of Mrs. M. Starr. Bishop Perry of Davenport preached ast Sunday evening to a large audience at the Episcopal Church. The monthly covenant meeting of the Baptist church will be held on Sat- .irclay afternoon at 3 o'clock. A large attendance is desired. Mr. C4ustav Hanson, of Mason City, las opened up in the cigar and tobacco jusiness in the old cigar store on State street. It is a good location. E. Geilenfeldt of Fenton township died Sunday, aged (58 years. We understand that he is to be buried to:lay from the Lutheran church in Fenton. J. W. Robinson has on hand one of the largest stocks of stoves in this part of Iowa. lie handles all the leading stoves manufactured and will not be discounted in prices. There will be an open meeting of the Juvenile Temple in the Methodist church at three o'clock Sunday, with installation of officers and a short program. Every one invited. Mrs. E. C. Tattle left yesterday morning for the bedside of her father at Roscoe, Illinois. She may remain all winter. It is owing entirely to the state of her father's health. J. B. Ayle, who has been working on J. J. Kelly's house in Bancroft, came home on Thursday last, sick with malarial fever. lie probably will be confined to his bed for several clays. Eugene Shadle left last night for Minneapolis. He has accepted a position with with Col. Cotnstock at Spokane and will leave for the West Thursday afternoon. The G. A. R., W. R- C., and S. of V. societies will give an entertainment in the G. A. R. hall to which all are invited. Addresses will be made by Captain Bailey, Mrs. Sheet?, and Jos. W. Hays. The Courier advises the boys not to bet. We suppose the advice is intended for the democratic boys. We are inclined to the opinion ourselves that it would be scarcely safe to bet on the democratic ticket. A large number of our subscribers are taking advantage of the premium offers we are now making. Every subscriber who will pay up all arrearages and for one year in advance will bo entitled to a premium. LinkMinkler writes from Cylinder that the creamery there is doing a good business and giving first class satisfaction to its patrons. In September they paid 96 cents which was more than was paid by any other creamery ip Palo Alto county. At the prayer meeting of the Baptist church on Wednesday evening instead the regular order we shall be favored with impressions of the Semi-Centennial Baptist State Convention, held at Marslialltown. Several of our leading brethren and sisters were there as delegates and will give reports. u Us folks had a cannon" was the scornful remark of an eight year old democrat to a crowd of enthusiastic republicans of about his own age who were going wild over the republican Real Estate DANSON & H UTGHISON '.nl:. Also do si Office. ov«r 1C i-i-iiitli c.oii'ity diin ami insurmuio business. C. B. MATSON, Real Estate 'S Farm Loans , OFFICE nVEll CTllilSCinLLES' STORE. For iiifunmition m to lauds iu Northwestern Iowa, write to tlie Real Estate and Abstract Office of GEO. C. CALL, ALGONA. , — IOWA. & ABSTRACTS. Manufacturer of and dealer in Harness and Harness Goods, ALOONA. IOWA. Do you want an auctioneer? D. A. HAGGARD Will cry city and t;mn property, make col- cry k'ct'ums, etc.. All business .smelly conlidential. Ollif ot a private nutnre •>\ith K. M. Taylor. E. G. BOWYER, DKALEK IN WATCHES, CLOCKS an4 JEWELRY, All kinds of Silverware. Repairing a specialty. Io\vn Homestead I'rairits Farmer Tlie American farmer Western Kural Orantrc .Imkl Farmer ••• ,. Tlie. breeder's (iuide and Practical l-armer l ' GERMAN AND SCANDINAVIAN PUBLICATION Amerika ?, i SvensKii'lriiHiiii'ii ',','I Iowa Scaats Jieitima Svitliiiut with premium Skamlinaveu with premium TEACUEKS .IOUKNALS Teachers World Thij Kilneator Iowa Normal Monthly Educational Gazette _ These rales are given for a limited pe riod and will be subject to revision 1'rpn time to time. This is only a partial list Subscribe now. ^^_ LOCAL yaws AND NOTES. Buy your groceries of our advertisers. Smith of the Goldfleld Chronicle was in town Sunday. Henry Winkie sells the celebrated Riverside stoves and ranges. Mr. and Mrs. Fred Fuller are happy about a son which was born last night. There has been a girl baby at Mr. A. W. Williamson's since hist Thursday. Mrs. Dr. Hudson is expected home this week from her visit in New York State. Miss Gertie Williams returned home to Ipswich, South Dakota, the first of the week. Thorough bred short horn yearling bull and Poland China boars for sale by Ernest Bacon, Burt, Iowa. 7 D. W. Starks a son in law of Mr. I). W. Sample had hiss leg broken last Sunday by the kick of a horse. Dr. Pride reduced the fracture. Parties who want anything in the line of fall millinery goods will iiml an excellent selection at Matson, McCall & Co's. Look up their ad. El Dalton has secured a position with the Milwaukee road as night operator at Ruthven. He left for Ruthven last Saturday night. George Kuhu has returned from his travels with a show and expects to remain all winter, the contortionist slack wire. The Ladies' Aid Society will meet Ilev. Davidson sermon Sunday in anvil last Thursday are older peo pie evening. There of both political preached a strong which he pointed out the duty of all Christians in the coming election. Lack of space makes a review of his sermon impossible. The Epworth League of the M. E. church and the Loyalist society of the Baptist united with the Christian Endeavor in a devotional meeting Monday evening at the Congregational church. We call the particular attention of our readers to a supplement folded with this paper containing a full text of Major McKinley's speech at Ottumwa. It is a magnificent argument for protection. Everybody read it. An effort was made to secure a special train to Wesley and return for the accommodation of those who might wish to hear Van Ilouten yesterday evening. The Milwaukee officials asked $250 for a special train. Ilinchon staid about five minutes at the Allison speech and then /went home and wrote up a six line account of the meeting. He thought there was a luck of enthusiasm. very decided lack of kind. We noticed a the democratic Mr. M. E. Baxter, father of Mrs. W. II. Conner, died on the 17th inst. at hifi home in Griggsville, Illinois, aged 79 years. He was a highly respected man and an influential citizen. Mrs. Conner found it impossible to attend the funeral. The cannon used by the democrats at the Boies rally was brought in from Emmetsburg and has a history of some interest. It is a relic of pioneer days and Indian wars. It was in the possession of the whites at Spirit Lake at the time of the massacre. lie has been doing act and walking the with Mrs. Perry Wilkins, Thursday Hotel and Restaurant. HAIL, Proprietor. State Street, A)i;ona. Loil"ini; ami meals. Boanl l>v ilia (lay or week.' Terms SI per day, £:;.:>» )><u- week will iurnisiied room, tf2..iit per week for day board. Excelsior Wind Mill. Attachment and Feed Grinder. Can be attached to any wind mill. Fanners can do tbeir own grinding. Mattlticbardson will sbow you bow it works. Jos. lle(ii & BKOS., MATT RICIIAIIDSON, Geu'l Agents. Agent, Algoua, Iowa. Kossuth County Bank, - ALGONA, IOWA. Capital, - $50,000. lucorporated under general laws of Iowa. Deposits received, money loaned, foreign and domestic exchange bought and sold. Collections wade promptly and a ueneiT.l bauluiiK luisluess trausitcted. PswsiiKe tickets to or fioui tue old C'">utries sold nt lowest rates W.H. INGBAM. President. afternoon and evening, October 29. Everybody come. Supper from l> till all are served. A county Sunday School convention is to be held at Burt one week from Sunday. An interesting program has been arranged and the convention will undoubtedly be an interesting affair. Bead our premium offers in this paper. Every "old subscriber who pays up arrearages and one year in advance and every new subscriber who pays for one year in advance will be entitled to a premium free. Mr. D. II. llutchins tells in a communication to the BKi'uiiUCAN this week how the editor of the Courier has misrepresented his case and refused to correct his mistake. We call attention to Mr. llutchins' letter. J. 11. Jones attended the meeting of the Grand Royal Arch Masons of Iowa held at Booue last week. Cerenau Masons was strongly condemned by the convention and subordinate chapters were warned against taking cereuau degrees. liev. W. II. Dorward will deliver a lecture Sunday evening at the Baptist The Upper Des Moines lias stopped running the Carroll Herald article. Harvey probably began to catch on to the fact ihat people were becoming disgusted and so took the piece out of his paper. We will look for the Dr. Hathaway advertisement to go next. Drs. Morse and Pride have rented the rooms at the rear of Ileise's barber shop, for office purposes and will move parties who bank more on gunpowder than they do on logic. We call attention to an article from the pen of a subscriber which may be found upon the last page of this paper. It is worth reading and we especially commend it to our democratic brethren. The article is rather long and so thoroughly goes over the governor's speech that we have curtailed our own comments upon what he said somewhat. The editor of the Courier thinks we exercised "poor taste" in running his picture in the RKPUHWCAN last week. We don't know but he is right. We had no idea that we were adorning our columns at all, Bro.Ilinchon, when we put your picture in. We can't help it if you ain't pretty. Our artist had to go according to copy when he drew your picture, and everybody says he got a perfect likeness. Governor Boies was prostiated last Wednesday evening as a result of his campaign efforts. He was booked for three speeches that day, one at this place in the afternoon, one at Eagle Grove early in the evening and one at Fort Dodge at 9 p. m. The governor was completely prostrated at the close of his Eagle Grove speech and was unable to lill his appointment at Fort Dodge. A large crowd of Fort Dodgers waited patiently for the governor until about 12 o'clock when Mr. Bestow appeared and announced the governor's condition. The audience did not wait to hear Mr. Bestow's remarks. The last census of Kossuth county shows a colored population of one: That one is Link Singleton. The Democratic County Central Committee conceived that it would be a very nice thing to have a colored driver for the governor's carriage and so Link was employed to act as coachman. Ho had some scruples against being seon in a democratic procession and asked a good round price for his services. As Link has a monopoly on the "nigger driver" business in Algona he got his price. He was introduced to the governor as the only representative of his CAMPAIGN RALLIES. The Oovevnor's Meeting 1 , Speeches of Mr, Bestow and Mr. Wade. Governor Boies had a large crowd for his meeting last Wednesday afternoon. The rink was packed to its utmost capacity. The governor spoke about two hours, confining his attention almost entirely to the subject of corn and prohibition. We review his speech elsewhere in this paper. He was followed by the democratic candidate for Lieut. Governor, Mr. Bestow, who made a short speech that was full of calamity. "The rich were growing richer and the poor were growing poorer," Mr.Bestow said. What abominable nonsense. Everybody knows that is not so. American labor is better compensated than the labor of any other country, and the American laboring man was never in as good circumstances as ho is right now in this year of grace, and everybody knows it that knows anything. Mr. Bestow made another statement that was not true in any respect. He said that the tariff imposed upon tin by the McKinley bill had cost the pool- people of his town alone $3,000 this year to pay the taxes on the material that went into the tin cans that were used by the canning factory located there. What a statement for a man to get up and make to an intelligent audience. Tin is cheaper now in the United States than it ever was before in spite of the McKinley bill, Mr. Wade, of Iowa City, who was conducting the defense of the Httbbard- Rantzow trial, spoke at the court house in the evening. His speech was largely extemporaneous and scarcely worth reviewing. He didn't hear Governor Boies' statement in the afternoon that prohibition was the only issue of the campaign and confined his attention almost entirely to the tariff question. THE HEW BANK To Open Business Next Week—The Battle finiklinff to be Erected in the Spring:. The opening of the Algona State Bank is announced on the first page of the RBPtJULicAN. Business will be commenced next week in the office of A. D. Clarke & Co. The bank will have somewhat cramped quarters until summer, when they hope to be ensconced in their new building. Work upon the commenced early in the spring. The State Bank will start out under very favorable circumstances. Business has received an upward impulse in all northern Iowa as a consequence of the recent appreciation in real estate. There is an excellent opening for a third bank in Algona. The State Bank is backed by some of the best business men in the county and starts out with a capital of $50,000. Following is the personnel of its officers: President, A. D. Clarke; Vice President, Charles Chubb; Cashier, Charles St. Glair; Assistant Cashier, Collie Chubb Jr.; Directors, W. C. Tyrrell, Myron Schenck, Geo. Galbraith and T. F. Cooke. All are Algona parties with the exception of Mr. St. Glair and Capt. Tyrrell. Mr. St. Glair is a young man of excellent business qualifications and was formerly connected with the management of the Glucose Works at Marslialltown. The new institution is backed by sufficient enterprise and capital to guarantee success and we hope it will get its full share of the patronage of the public. THE ALLISON MEETING. A Big 1 Crowd and a Grand Speech. Senator Allison had a large audience last Thursday evening and he pronounced the meeting one of the best in point of enthusiasm that he has held during the campaign'. Tlie meeting was held in the skating rink, which was fully as crowded as it was for the Boies speech on the afternoon previous. A special train was run tu accommodate the Bancroft people and a very large number were present. Parties were here from Eagle Grove. Mason City and other points outside of the county. It was the best republican meeting of the campaign. We do not give space to a review of the Senator's speech for the reason that it was much along the line of his speech at Spirit Lake and we gave that speech in supplement form to our readers two weeks ago. It will suffice to say that it was one of the best arguments for protection and one of the strongest all around political speeches ever made in this city. The senatorspoke at length upon the tariff question and insisted that national issues have a place in this campaign. He presented an array of argument and statistics in support of the protective tariff system that was simply incontrovertible. His presentation of republican argument upon state issues was strong and convincing. In conversation with a reprcsentive of this paper the senator gave it as his opinion that the entire republican state ticket would be elected by an old time majority. Republicans all over the state are awake and there will be u full republican vote, which is a pretty good guarantee of republican success. Mr. Allison left Friday morning for Eldora where lie spoke in the evening. A Gem in Prose Composition. The Upper Des Moines last week contained the following item which reads like the office "devil" might have written it when the editor was out holding down a dry goods box by the corner of John Goeders' store and there was a copy famine in the office: The "home innards" having told all the old editors of Iowa whatthey don't know about running u newspaper, jacked tip its contemporaries because their advertising columns look too fat to suit it, and published u lot of balderdash about Kossutli county farmers, is now devoting its editorial energies to denouncing the bored subscribers who are rapidly having their names stricken from its list. The last man who was able to get free from the only real newspaper in America is described as "brindle headed," and what will come this week remains to be seen We would suggest that all who are anxious to drop the "innards" should go together, it might throw that institution into such a spasm that it would be unable to emit any articulate sound, and all would escape alive. As a specimen of blundering composition and awkward inelegance of expression we have seen nothing to compare witli the above item since we have been in the newspaper business. The REPUBLICAN never published a lot of balderdash about Kossuth county farmers, our subscribers are not having their names rapidly stricken from our subscription list, we haven't "jacked up" our contemporaries because their advertising columns look too fat and we don't run immoral and otherwise objectionable advertisements at half rates in discrimination against Algona advertisers. The REPUIJUCAN is opposed on any and all conditions to the publication of such advertisements as tho Hathaway ad. in the U. D. M and the Hunter ad. in the Courier. church on "Show Your Colors" with in some time next week. Mr. Ileise lias been having the rooms fixed up and remodeled. When finished they will make very good office rooms. Sam Plumley enjoys the distinction of having been mistaken for the governor of Iowa. He rode at the head of the procession on a large white horse and was the most conspicuous figure in the parade. Little Robert West went home at the close of the democratic doings and told his mother that he had seen the governor, that he was a great tall man and rode at the head of the procession on a big white horse. Sam is quite a striking figure on horse back and a much more imperial looking man than Governor Boies. Noah Webster would not know his old dictionary in the perfection it has attained in the hands of modern scholars. The world grows, however, and dictionaries with it, so that a cheap reprint of the 44 years old "original" Webster is worth about as much as an old almajaac. Webster's International Dictionary, the recent successor of the latest and \ still copyrighted "Unabridged," iskhe best work of its kind ever publisj/ed, and, well used in a race iu Kossuth county. The governor said he supposed of coxuse his colored friend would support the democratic ticket this fall. Link said "no sah," he always had voted the republican ticket and he always expected to do so. The colored vote of Kossuth county this fall will be solid for Wheeler and Van Ilouten. The Upper Des Moines published a "suggestion from the Lu Verne news" last week that we might have felt disposed to make comment upon had we seen it when it appeared in that paper. As we very seldom read the news however it is not surprising that it escaped us. We have never paid very much attention to the news for the reason that we haven't time to go gunning for wood chucks when the woods are full of bear. We had occasion awhile back to notice the fact us a matter of news that it had suspended publication and with that single exception the paper has never been mentioned in these columns for the reason hinted at above. The first copy of the news we ever saw contained uu "editorial" in which Bro. Ingham of the Upper Des Moines was compared to a sucking pig that was trying will to the to get its nose into the political trough along with some grown up hogs that had their headquarters in Algoua. So far as we are acquainted with the news the sucking pig item is a fair sample of the reading to be found iu its edi- tortal dxxn't wonder special reference to the present crisis subscribers Van Ilouten at. Wesley. A crowd of about fifty republicans attended the Van Ilouten speech at Wesley yesterday evening. Teams were engaged by Chairman Doxsce and free transportation provided for all who wished to go The speech was held in the Methodist church, which would not accommodate one half of the people. Readers of tho REPUIIU- CAN will remember faked accounts of Mr. Van Ilouten's speeches published in the democratic papers and how it was said that he had been pulled "off the stump, for his breaks, by the State Central Committee." He is making a strong, campaign and proved his ability as a public speaker last evening, lie speaks at Burt this afternoon and a large number of Algona people have arranged to go up and bear him. Stato W. (', T. U. Convention. The Woman's Christian Temperance Union of Iowa held its 18th annual meeting at Creston, October 10-15. It was a most pleasant and successful session. Tho membership of the Union is about 4000 and its revenue has amounted to more than $«000 in the last two years. The department reports show a large amount of work done. The citizens of Creston made gifts to the Union amounting to $300. Birthday offerings from local Unions amounted to $125, it being the 18th birthday of the State Union, Mrs. Foster was present and delivered a btirring address. The following officers were elected: Mrs. M. F. Ilinman, president; Mrs. M. J. Aldrich, Cor. Sec.; Mrs. P. J. Oviwgtou, Rec. Sec.; Miss Mary Graham, Treas. Among the resolutions is tue following: "We confidently expect and will earnestly labor to secure tbe utter and complete extinction o£ the liquor traffic through Letters remaining uncalled for in the post ollice week ending Oct. 24, ISO! Miss Alice King, Miss Mary Larson, Jos. T. Elliott, J. E. Clarke, E. P. Canfield, A. G. Clarke, John Doeg, E. J. Echman, G. G. Call, II. B. Bixby, Theo. Dame, X. Tenger, Miss Julia 8kaun,Johu Walburg. '* Tho Family Doctor—As for your liltle boy. I find tbat bo is suffering from acute inflammation. Fond Mother—Of course it must be that kind, doctor. Everything about him is just as cute as it can be.—Pittsburg Bulletin. Don't storm the system as you would a fort. If held by the enemy, constipation, gently persuade it to surrender with DeWitt's Little Early Risers, T little pills are wonderful couvincers, Something; About lieiiefuctorii. Wo often read tbat "He was a res benefactor to the human race," WitJ good reason could tbis be applied to anj one wbo contributes to the lessening o| the evils to which flesh is heir to. Raei matism and chronic headache have be? classed as impossible of cure, yet scienc has finally demonstrated tbat they can be cured. Haller's Pain Paralyzer, taken in conjunction with Haller's Gennaja Pills, have effected most extraordinary cures and bas made life a comfort tp many, who never hoped for relief. For sale by Dr. L. A. Sbeetz. . • • entire B&tio», and to prevent ilU r. -J£ Humane Society's Iu all large cities are branches of t|e Humane Society founded by Berg. "'£ horse is discovered badly galled, or is cjjj or injured, at once a society memljfj commands its rest and the immediate application of Haller's Barb Wire Linime|$j, which experience has shown is the remedy made. For salo by Dr. L. Sheetz. MOK13 WAGONS. We notice tUat Jones (be who pays' .,, freight) is securing another large invoice of tbe celebrated 4.. 4. Cqoper Jp»ef J«iSiol4 iM&i * "

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