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REPUBLICAN; ALGONA, IQWA, WEDNESDAY, .:, ------ .. .. ------- ' IM, and DEPUlTOKE ot ilUA.00, MILWAUKEE AND St. PAUL, f J :«. & Northwestern R'y. MOtS'O VliRTM AND WK8T. l?reiKtil accommodation 8 :18 a m Clili'i..{u Mall and Express 3 :34 p in '10TN1 *(H"rH AND KA8T. Iffetnh*'i^ftomtfortnflnn 0 :07 p m •Ohtoouo Mall MM.I Express 2 :37 p m f!li!C!i(j;f> iiiusfn^fr reaches Des Moines at 7 p. tii. 'i'ur-1'.r'' t ; .fin a. m., and Kansas Oity 9:3fiii.iii. T!<t>'-"l« fur sfilo to all points in the Jiiitc.l Slates ii'i ....... .,u. ........ C:02am passenger ........ >: .......... , 4:37pm tfolfilU ........ i ................ 7:15 a m I3wayfrelght ................ ll:4Sam S frfil«ht ......................... Silt p m f>OUNl> BAST, .- •j. iiaiiuiiiiSi ...................... 10 :24 a m t pftssetifrer ................... 9:30pm 10 way frelslit ................... 12:15 » in »4 frcifeht ....................... 2 :30 p m ..... 10:55pm PROFESSIONAL & BUSINESS DIRECTORY, '!..i. l)AN>'OK. W. C. HANSON. DANSON BROS., 'i'Ttf AT LAW, lii os. Algona, Iowa. E. V. S WETTING. ATTORNEY AT LAW, Money to lo.ui. Algoua, Iowa. W. B. QUARTON, A TTORNET AT LAW, Oflice 'ivr KossuMi f'o. Hank. AlK°» !l t Iowa. G!•:(). E. l: h.\KJvK, •'•••• A T TOA'Nti Y A 'f LA W, OlTuie over 1st N-.t.i'Mial Rank, .Algona, Iowa. S. S. SESSIONS. .-1 TT0.13EY A T$3AJf\ Loans and Insurance. Special ntttuition given Office over DiiiMGlillles'siuri:. 6 Algeria, Iowa JAS. BAKU, M. LX, pnYtilUlAX AND SUKtZEOlf, Ollico at. i-fsiilencr'. Aigpna, Iowa L. K. GARPIELD, M. P., rHTiilClAN AND SURG'EOX, Office on State stroi-t, Algoua, Iowa f,Vt ALGONA, IOWA. G. T. WEST, M. D., /V/IWW.-UV AKD SURGEON, Oliiiri-' !;•• r.^i.lc..re. Aluona, Iowa '-. ii. :>u- E C L IW TIO PI I YS 1 Gl AN, n'-rr-.t'-ps to iMiro "-.itiM-rii. (K'lico with L. M. Ii >.iiiiu, civci- Hiniiru'.s li-udiViire, Algona. 1)K. i,. A. SIlKhTZ, DIlU'lGlfiT AN.n eiTATlOSER, Ptv.sc.i.u.ums nilr-it MflM.l« tn paints, oils, utiuks. |*' p ri'iiuei'ti;N, t)tc. Cor. si,-itc :;n<l T):or;iF','ti>n -.t-,. Algona.Iowa. T. J. CELLING, M. D. Pi ' i'-'J ( V .-I N A VI) S UR GEON, CODSI !,•••'. •• lii !->':lis;> iti-tl n, WhiiU'iiiore, Iowa. E. i,. SAYJLIiS, \>. Y. :-,!., PII:YSICIA.\' A.VD SURGEO.V, >ill<:e we.si. oi' tlie Tliorington House, Algoua, Iowa. HOSPITAL Accommodations. DAN SO:-; & HUTCHISON', RKAL ESTATE, INSURANCE. O'H'-c 'y.-i- K''«-j'tttl 'Vimify Mink. Also do a loan mid iiisiirani-c business. \l{jona, Iowa. C. B. MATSON, REAL ESTATE, FARM LOAMS AXD LYSUJiAXCE, Oflice nv«r Clu iscliillns* .siiiu-, Algona, Iowa. GEO. C. CALL, IlEA L ESTA TE A XD ABSTRACT OFFICE I'or information in rf".riin) to lands in N,>ith •.-p-iipi'M [OWH. write to him, strut'i. Algona, Iowa. A. D.CLARKE & CO. FARM LO.l.VS. Office on nntljjc street, Algona, Iowa, P. L. SLAGLE, Manufacturer of and dealer in Harness and Harness Goods, AUJON'A. IOWA. Do you want an auctioneer? D. A. HAGGARD Will cry city and farm property, make collections, etc. All business of a private nature Strreily confidential. Oflice with F. M. Taylor. E. G. BOWYER, DKALEll IN WATCHES, CLOCKS AND JEWELRY, All kinds of Silverware. Repairing a specialty. Hotel and Restaurant. 1 F. BUI, Proprietor. State Street, Algona. and meals. Bonn! l>v tbe day or Terms »i per day, $3 so per wee* witu , jfofip py weeK for d«r ALGONAREPUBLICAN , IOWA, IfeiB. 10,1892. KOSSUTH COtlNf Y MARKETS, AtOONA MABKKJS. Oats 21 Corn 23 Eggs 18 Buttef 18 Cattle.$0.00@$0.00 Hogs 8.75 Wheat 72 Barter ^ .80 Flax 75 Timothy 85 CUB CXVIJHING 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: NEWSPAPERS. 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Forsythe of Burt was a callei at the EKPtajLicAN oflice yesterday II. F. Watson has sold his remaining town lots in Algona to J. W. Tennant Henry Smith aud wife of Minneapolis are visiting their parents Mr. and Mrs. L. II. Smith. Flora Bayer came home Wednesday night from Waterloo where she has been attending business college. Henry Straw received a pleasant visit on Saturday from his sister, Mrs. Geo. Clark of Algona,—Garner Signal. Onr Ledyard correspondent gives a report of the murder at Elmore last week. It was the result of a drunken row. We are preparing a society and church directory for publication in the Biii'uiJLiCAN. It will appear next •week. The Clear Lake Mirror reports that Rev. Whitfield who lias been sick in bed with la grippe is able to be around again. Letters remaining uncalled at tlie post oflice this week are as follows Henry Countryman, Frank Grow, Miss Ida Lambs. Milton Swift. A special meeting of the Knights of Pythias will be held next Friday even ing. Every member is requested to turn out as some special business is on the program. Wm. K. Ferguson and II. Iloxie wil erect a two story building with pressed brick front on the vacant lot next to the Courier office in the spring. From, plans shown us it will be a very creditable building. There is more joy in printing office over one sinner who pays in advance and abuses the editor on every occasion, than over ninety and nine who borrow the paper and sing praises; without contributing a cent to keep it out of the poor house.—Ex. Sheriff W. A. Noyes, of O'Brien, was in town last Friday with a warrant for the arrest of one A. E. Eamsey who is charged with stealing a horse and buggy of S. W. Hamilton a liveryman at San born. Eamsey who ha_ been working on a farm near Euthven called at the livery barn a week ago last Saturday and hired the team and carriage. On the following Monday night he put up at Whittemore and that is tlie last heard of him. The team is a span of white ponies, good travelers and the buggy is described as nearly new with folding top. Eamsey's parents are said to reside in Indiana. A. funny time was had at the auditor's office Monday determining the genus and species of some kind of an animal killed by Wm. Paetz who lives near town. Mr. Paete thought it was a wolf and demanded the wolf bounty, while Auditor Hofius insisted that it was the pelt of somebodys dog. It was finally agreed that it must have been a dog with a strain of lupine blood in its veins, and the auditor said if Mr. Paetz would look up the pedigree of the animal and determine how muck wolf there wa^ in aim he would pay proportion ol the 88.00 bounty rightfully^ V part of « wolf. 10, - - * A. H. McQtiilken, a meroh&nt 61 Waterloo, was in Algoita today .on a land deal. ! The county clerk has iiofr teslaed.a single marriage license since tu6 2&th of January, Jas, Taylor la making clearing sale prices on muslin and underwear this week. See his ad. N. Matson and wife returned yes- ;erday from Chambers, Nebraska, where they spent the winter. Ilegular meeting of Prudence Lodge No. 205 Thursday evening, Feb. 11, at :30 sharp. It is desired that there be a large attendance. Somebody has brought an action for $5,000 damages against the Montezuma Republican. , That's nothing, we've been sued for $10,000. The EETOHLICAN'S new press was received yesterday. It weighs 6,000 pounds and made a solid four horse dray load. A canvass of the town has been made by parties appointed to raise money for the Eussian relief fund. We have not learned the amount subscribed. The remains of Peter Swanson 'arrived from Pomona California yesterday morning. The funeral took place at 3 o'clock from the Swedish Lutheran church and was conducted by Eev. Elfstrom. For the quarter ending April 24, the Algona Juvenile Temple will meet once in two weeks at the Baptist church The next meeting will be held on Sunday, Feb. 21, at 3 o'clock, when anyone desiring admission to the Temple will be invited. The funeral of Mrs. Eunice Butlei who died Tuesday the 2nd of February was held last Thursday at the residence of her daughter Mrs. Jackson and was conducted by Eev. Davidson. The remains were taken to Jackson county for interment. We have a letter in this issue from II. S. Vaughn of Denver, formerly ot tin's city, in which he discusses the secret of success in revival meetings The letter will be read with interest by our church people and especially by the friends of Mr. Vaughn. Styles change iu type as in everything else. The EEPUP^IGAN has just placed a large order with the Minnesota type foundry for some of the latest and neatest job type faces out. If you want something new and nice in job work try the EKPUBLICAX oflice. James James of Wesley, "whom we mentioned last week, was brought before tlie commissioners of insanity Friday morning and adjudged insane. He was taken to Independence Saturday morning by Sheriff Graham. AVe understand that this is the third time he has been insane. Bert Brunei- has sold his interest in the barber shop to Dick Slade who ha; iu turn sold a half interest to Elmei Wilbur. Brunei- expects to quit the occupation of a tonsorial artist and will probably leave Algona. Wilbui is a skillful barber and tlie shop will lose none of its popularity. Father Chiniqny, the noted lecturei on Eomanism, is booked for a series of three lectures in Algona March 10,11 and 12. Father Cliiniquy has written several books on the subject of Eoman Catholicism and has lectured widely throughout the United States and Canada. Further particulars with reference to these lectures later. Postal arrangements have now been made that give our Fenton and Lotts Creek friends just what they have wanted. Formerly the Fenton post office was located in Lotts Creek township and the township of Fenton was without a post oflice though greatly in need of one. The Fenton people thought they ought to have the Fenton post office aud as the only means of getting it Mr. Dolliver secured its removal some five miles northwest to the new co-operative creamery, and J. L. Eeid, the manager, was commissioned postmaster. Now Lotts Creek has se cured a new postoflice and F. W. Mittag, the former Fenton post master, has been reinstalled as its presiding genius. The two communities will now be well served, and by postoffice corresponding in name with the respective townships. The Eegister of yesterday morning contained the following item of news with, reference to J. B. Jones. We suppose it means that Mr. Jones is to leave Algona: On yesterday the Des Moines Loan and Trust Company perfected a re-organization under which it increases its capital stock to $500,000, one-half of which, or $250.000, is fully paid in. This is doubling its original paid up capital. The new board of directors consists of E. S. Wishard, president; . . , Lowry W. Goode, vice president; 5. B. Jones, secretary; Simon Casady, treasurer; W. L. Bead and Joel P. Davis. The board is largely made up of wide awake and progressive men, representing a young and progressive element and all of them gifted with plenty of push and vim and all the qualities that go to make up successful business men. Mr. J. B. Jones, the new aeere* tary, comes from Algona, where he has bad large experience in loaning and a wide acquaintance with land! and values, eminently fitting him fuecess in this liue of Business. Wislwd, while got retiring en war for sppttoofc, ! BUI Introduced by Mrv Stottith Providing 1 for an AM>roitrlftti<m of $10,000. A bill was introduced in the senate yesterday, & F. No. 196, by Senator Funk, providing for the establishment and maintenance of a Normal School at Algona. The bill was referred to the committee on schools. A bill was also introduced in the house by Representative Smith, H. F. No. 261, and providing for an appropriation of $10,000. We can give no further particulars with reference to these bills at present. . . DIED. MU8.- CLAYTON HUTCHINS. DIED:—In Irvington township Sunday, Feb. 7th, of gastritis, Mrs. Eva Hamilton Hutchins, aged 84 years. The funeral was private and took place from the house Tuesday morning at 10:80, conducted by Eev. Davidson. The deceased was born in Clayton county, Iowa, and was married to Clayton Hutchins 13 years ago last Christmas. She leaves five small boys, almost too young to realize the loss, the oldest but 11 years of age and the youngest 3. MRS. ISAAC GROVE. DIED:—At her home in Algona, Feb. 4th, aged 79 years, Mrs. Isaac Grove. The funeral took place from the house on Friday, Feb. 4th, the services being conducted by Eev. Davidson. Laura C. Tennant was born in the state of Connecticut in 1813. ,While she was yet a young girl the family moved to Waymont, Pennsylvania, where she lived until 20 years of age, when she moved to New York City. In 1863 she came to Eockford, Illinois, where she met and married Mr. Isaac Grove. They soon moved to Iowa and after several changes located in Algona where they have lived for the past 16 years. She died after an illness of'13 days from complications induced by la grippe. j Important Decision Affecting- Publishers' Eig-hts. Attorney Quartan has received notice from the clerk of the supreme court of the decision of that body sustaining the ruling of Judge Carrin the county printing case appealed from this county by Starr & Hallock. The decision is of no interest to any of the parties except in so far as it settles the questions how and at what time appeals may be taken by aggrieved publishers from tlie decisions of boards of supervisors awarding the county printing. The text of the decision is not, of course, yetat hand, but it is. expected that it will give publishers all needed light as to how they may secure their rights under the existing rather blind Jaw. It was to secure this that the case was appealed. Abraham Lincoln Anniversary. There wil! be a meeting in the Congregational church on Friday evening Feb. 12th, commemorative of Abraham Lincoln's birthday, and also for the purpose of organizing a Congregational Club. Mr. Milton Starr will give ,a paper upon Abraham Lincoln. Mrs J. E. Jones will give "A talk to young men." Prof. Dixon will give a paper upon '-Educational training." All are very cordially invited to the meeting which will commences promptly at half past 7 o'clock. Toniffht at the, Baptist Church. llev. Robert Carroll, district evauge list, will preach tonight and the balance of the week in the Baptist church He has been here before and has left a good impression upon the people, as a good bible scholar and a good preacher. He is one of our growing young men. Next Sunday morning we desire the attendance of the entire Baptist membership to consider the proposition of building a new house of worship. Be sure to come in the morning. . W. II. DOIIWAKD, Pastor. John Goeders has commenced to re ceive his spring and summer goods Read all about it in his advertisement The timber claim case of Eoe v. s. White was argued before the County Clerk Monday. Before the 'evidence was all in Roe, the contestant, concluded that lie had a bad case and upon the advice of his attorney withdrew the suit and paid the costs. F. M. Taylor was attorney for Mr. White. You don't want a torpid liver. You don't want a bad complexion. You don't want a bad breath. You don't want a headache. Then use De Witt's Little Early Risers, the famous little pills. Dr. L. A, Sheetz. Hurrah fur the Farmers. Something they all need. The Excelsior Windmill Attachment and Feed Grinder, can be attached to any wind mill and is guaranteed to do the work of any feed grinder. Sample of the grinders may be seen at Matt Richardson's ware bouse on State street. Come JB aed see us. Every machine sold is guaranteed to work or we get no pay. Jos. HUGI & BROS., MATT RICHARDSON, 7-84 Agent. Our experience covers many U r ljte «g4 many bills. Our ills age m SMP pUlf We waller laid ourbUk M«l tarxrhAn va USA n« n»+*« TJ«S.*, i fltttflK Otf AtCKWA, WHAT Opinions 6t Some af «tlie JBditoi-s, Who Attended the Keetlni? of the Editorial Association. Port Dodge Messenger i The Upper Des Moines Editorial Association held a very pleat- ant meeting at Algona last week. About forty guests were present, and the people of Algona fatrly outdid all previous hosts. ' The creditors of the leading hotel, hearing of the Impending visitation, concluded that it was then or never with them, and levied upon all the vlsihle M* sets ot the house. This threw the editorial squad upon the town, and the people responded in ost heartily. The visitors were taken Into the homes of tlie city and royally entertained. A reception was tendered them at the home ot the Hon. Ambrose A. Call.by the faculty of the Normal school, and a very pleasant evening was thus spent.' The Call home Is one of the most beautiful and spacious In this part of Iowa and to Mr. and Mrs. Call are due the hearty thanks of the association. Algona shows steady growth, and the coming season promises to be the best it has ever had. The Normal school Is doing well under private management, but would be much more useful if It could have state support. That ii will no doubt get In due time. "Whenever the state Is ready to support another Normal school there is every reasoit why it should adopt tills one. Prof. Ohaffee, under whose management it now is, is a young and progressive man of good executive ability and of well stored and well trained mind. The meeting closed with an elegant banquet, tendered by the people of Algona. This is not the season of the year to see AlgoTha at its best, but its people never appear to disadvantage, unless they get into politics, and then it is commonly to the other fellow's disadvantage. Emmetsburg Democrat: The Editorial Association held at Algona. Thursday and Friday, was In all respects the largest and most successful In the history of the organization, surpassing even in some respects, the splendid meeting held In this city one year ago. * * The ilrst business meeting was called to order Thursday evening and after a brief session au adjournment was taken to attend a reception at tlie residence of Mr. Ambrose Call, which was held under the auspices of the faculty of the Algona Normal school. Here the editors had an opportunity to become acquainted with a large number of the representative' business and professional men of Algona as well as their estimable ladies. The musical selections by representatives of the Normal school were of a high order and were well received by all present. * * The banquet at tlie court house in the evening was, perhaps, as line as was ever spread in northern Iowa. It was given under the management of Mrs. Tlios. Luntry, an fts- tlmable lady who has perhaps no superior In Iowa in all qualities that make up the hospitable', industrious, kind, and successful women. Fully 300 of Algona's citizens attended and the editors and their ladies were unanimous in declaring that they had never attended anything better. Denison Review ; On Thursday evening a reception was given the editors at the residence of Mr. Ambrose A. Call, president of the First National Uank, uiul one of the oldest settlers in the county. Ills residence resembles a great wooden castle and is elegantly furnished. The reception was particularly given by Prof. Cliafiee and the teachers (if tlie Normal school, A very entertaining musical program was given. Many of tlie young people at Algd- nil have attended Cornell college at Mt.Vermin and there taken special instructions in music. The results of this training were to be noticed iu the excellence of the "Musicale." Tlie re ception was a success. The loading citizens of Algona did their best tn entertiiin.and succeeded admirably. * * Aljjona has a Normal school, presided over by Prof. Cliait'ee, a graduate of Cornell college. At the present time 120 persons are attending the school. It is backed by the citizens, who take a marked interest in educational affairs. We hope that in Him; tlie legislature will see lit to establish a A'onntil school for northern Iowa ar, Algoua. The town is well located for it, and the citizens have shown ability and determination to help themselves, which is commendable. * * We went to Algoua predisposed in its favor. We came away delighted with tlie c!ty and its people. They treated the editors handsomely. On Friday night they gave their guests a magnificent banquet. We had a thoroughly enjoyable time, meeting and conversing with some of the most successful editors in northern Iowa, tnd are pleased r.liat the trip was made the atate~(B*<ieirt IfeUMB «*ceil«nt CAS, Conrlefand not help prospering Hotl«d nowhere etsft I course . i ft d»m>» .. . tfeS, Moines, tteou Renwldk Times i In shdwlng the memb ot the association about town, it ciime nati for the citizens to (rail attention to the supe ad vantages It possesses as a site for a s Normal school, and every editor there had i* admit the justness of the claim. The loc&tlotf and enterprise of Algona together with her flne natural and acquired advantages should cer tainly gain trie coveted prize. Kstherville Republican : It is quite au unusual thing for members of the newspaper fraternity to play the part of guests,—to be "shown around," to be wined and dined, and to ba banqueted instead of buncoed. But those .who try will llnd that t.liey can play that part very gracefully. At Algona, Thursday and Friday of last week, was held the winter meeting of the Upper Des Moines Editorial Association, and it seemed as though every man, woman and child In that thriving city made it the duty of the hour to make it pleasant for that weary assemblage, Tlie citizens of Algona entertained the editors and their wives ut their hoines in a manner greatly appreciated by the guests. We believe hereafter members of the fraternity will retain a warm spot in their hearts for Algoua. Webster Oity liraphic: Algona was in holiday attire, her ordinances suspended, her marshal locked up and her hospitality was without limit. If an. editor paid for anything It was simply because he was able to deceive the citizens as to bis identity. * * It would be utterly impossible to express the credit due to tlie ladles for the, splendid success they made of the banquet. "When the question was once asked, "How to uiauage a, husband" some materialist answered "feed tljje brute." Repudiating, the idea of "the brute" we have only to say that if we. were to judge by the banquet spread by them, if there Is any virtue in managing husbands by feeding them the ladies of Algona bold die key to the mutrimonial situation. Spencer News : It was a pleasure to witness the evidences of prosperity iu all worthy directions In tlie nourishing little city ou the Upper Des Moiues. Aluona's schools arc her pride and justly so. Her public school building is centrally located and is a model in size and arrangement. They see to it, also, that none but the best teachers are employed. The Normal school, at present under the supervision of Prof Ohaffee. a most scholarly gentleman and proficient teacher, is in a nourishing condition aud its health jealously guarded by all her citizens, who we again hopeful that the present legislature will see lit to wake It a state institution. Surely the northwest portion of the state is entitled to a Normal school. Carroll Herald: TUe Upper Dn» W>oiu*» Editorial Association jiejsi a preftt&We weettu* at Garner Signal >. Kvevy courtesy for their enjoyment was extended to the visiting editors free of charge, in the most liberal manner. Hurrah for Algona and her wide awake and liberal people. Y«u can Have our vote fora state Normal school with the necessary appropriations. Prevention in Hotter Than cure, and those who are subject to rheumatism can prevent attacks by keeping the blood pure and free from the acid which causes the disease, For this purpose Hood's Sarsaparilla is used by thousands with great success. It is the best blood purifier. Constipation is caused by loss of peris, taltic action of the bowels. Hood's Pills restore this action and invigorate the liver. jo Curd of Thanks. We wish to express our thanks to the numerous friends and relatives who so kindly tendered their sympathy and aid during our recent affliction. ISAAC GUOVK and relatives. The Handsomest tiuly iu Algonn Remarked'to a friend the other day that she knew Kemp's Balsam for the Throat and Lungs was a superior remedy, as it is stopped her cough instantly when other cough remedies had no effect whatever. So to prove this aud conyiuce you of its merit, any druggist will give you a sample bottle free. Large size 50c. and $1. MarrtI GTHH ltuten, On account of the Mardi Gras celebration the Chicago & North-Western E'y .Co. will, from" February 22d to 28th inclusive, sell excursion tickets to New Orleans and return at very low rates; tickets good for return passage until March 22d. For tickets and full information apply to agents C. & N. W. R'y. The Population of Alg-oiia Is about 2,500, and we would say at least one half are troubled with some affection on the Throat and Lungs, as those complaints are, according to statistics, more numerous than others. We would advise all our readers not to neglect the opportunity to call on their druggist and get a bottle of Kemp's Balsam for the Throat and Lungs. Trial size free. Large Bottle 50c. and $1. Sold by all druggists. llrouze Turkeys for Siil«. I have eight full blooded Bronze Turkey Gobblers that I will sell cheap, quality considered. T. J. JULIAN. "In buying a cough medicine for children," says H. A. Walker, a prominent druggist of Ogden, Utah, "never afraid to buy Chamberlain's Cough Remedy. There is no danger from it aud relief is always sure to follow. particularly recommend Chamberlain's because I have found it to be safe and reliable. 25 and 50 cent bottles for sale by Dr L. A, Sheetz, _ ' No. 1 Suow Flake flour per sack $1.20 _ PATTEWSON Bnos. "Oh! how dreadfully yellow and greasy my fuce 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 guar anteed by F. W. Dingley. Winter Excursions to Wanner Climes. Excursion tickets to Mexico, California, Qeorgi, North Carolina, Florida, the Gulf Coast, Texas, Hot Springs of Arkansas, and Evcelsior Springs of Missouri, now on sale by agents of the Chicago, Milwaukee & St. Paul railway. Apply for rates and other information to the nearest agent, or address Geo. H. Heafford, General Passenger Agent, Chicago, 111. Drunkenness— J,i<iuor Hwblt-Iu all- the World there is out Ono Urines' Golden Suea It can be given in a cup of tea JFoiHnwuw put tlie knowledge of thopeison taking!, looting a speedy and permanent cure, whet the patient Is a moderate drinker or 'finale hollo wreck. Thousands of drunKaWls Tlfi bo in cured wlio have taken tbeOowelfBpe in their •coifee without their knowledge, BHH . today believe they quit drinking of their mvn freewill. No harmful effects results fro adminiyrtration. Cures guaranteed. Se circulars and full particulars. Address l fldence, Golden Specific Co., 185, Bace Cincinnati, Ohio. The Great Northwest. The steady settlement of lands In Montana aud Wasliiugtou.the substantial growth of their cities, and the constant increase of their railway mileage, have rendered these states a center of interest for business men, capitalists and .settlers. Tlie best explanation of this growth is found in the study of tlie capabilities aud resources oi the states, which aao fully set forth in three folders entitled, "Golden Montana," "Eastern Washington" aud "Western Washington-," just issued by the Northern Pacific railroad. As a route to the Northwest the Northern Pacific stands unrivalled. Prom St. Paul and Minneapolis its express trains reach principal points in Minnesota, North Dakota, Manitoba, Montana. Idaho. Ureuou aud Washington. It is the only line witii through sleeping car service from Chicago to these states, and the only line running both Pullman tourist and free colonist sleeping cars west of St. Paul and Minneapolis. Passengers from the east should ask for through tickets via tlie Wisconsin Central line and Northern Pacific railroad, Urns securing the advantage of through sleeplnu cars (Pull' niaii first-class and f ulTmuii tourist) from (Chicago. ' . ' ' I noteworthy feature of the Northern Paeilic route is the fact that holders o| second class tickets to western points go thfe lliie are allowed the privilege ofsiwppiiu; ovw at 8»0kaue Wasu. . and all points west «t lUerl for t£e purpose of warning laud.s. v

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