The Algona Republican from Algona, Iowa on February 24, 1892 · Page 4
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THE REPUBLICAN, ALQOftA, IOWA, WEMESDAY, ££BBtfABt 24 and DEPARTURE of TRAINS 0S1GAGO. MILWAUKEE ANT) ST. PAUL, WfiST. No. i passenger 6:02am No. 3 passenger 4 :s~ p m No. 9 freight 7 -.15 H, m NO. 13 way freight ii:45an Wo. 6 freight 8:17 p n OOTNO EAST. No. 2 passenger 10 :24 a m Wo. 4 passenger 9:30 pin /»o. to way freight 12:15 H m Wo. 14 freight 2:30 p m So. 8 freight .io:55pm Chicago & Northwestern K'y. O01NQ NOKTH AND WEST. freight accommodation s :18 a m Chicago Mail and Express s :34 p m GOING SOUTH AND BAST. Freight accommodation fl :07 p m Chicago Mail and Express 2 :37 p m Chicago passenger reaches Des Molnes at 7p.m., Chicago 6:50 a. m., and Kansas City 9 do a. m. Tickets for sale to all points in the •Jolted States and Canada, PROFESSIONAL & BUSINESS DIRECTORY, R. il. DAMSON. W. C. DAN8ON. DANSONBROg., ATTORNEYS AT LAW, Office over Frank Bros. Algona, Iowa E. V. SWETTING. ATTORNEY AT LAW, Money to loan. Algona, Iowa. W. B. QUARTON, ATTORNEY AT LAW, Office over Kossuth Co. Bank. Algona, Iowa GEO. E. CLARKE, ATTORNEY AT LAW, Office over 1st National Baulc, Algona, Iowa. S. S. SESSIONS. ATTORNEY AT LAW, Loans and Insurance. Special attention given to collections of all kinds. Office over Uhrischilles'store. Algona, Iowa. JAS. BARR, M. D., PHYSICIAN AND SURGEON, Office at residence. Algona, Iowa L. K. GARFIELD, M. D., PHYSICIAN AND SURGEON, Ofliee on State street, Algona, Iowa ALQONA, IOWA. G. T. WEST, M. D., PHYSICIAN AND SURGEON, Office at residence. ° Algona, Iowa CHAS. IT. McCORMACK, ECLECTIC PHYSICIAN, Guarantees to cure Catarrh. ' Ot'iicfi with L. M. B. Smith, over Howard's hardware, Algona. DR. L. A. SIIEETZ, DRUGGIST AND STATIONER, Prescriptions lilled. Deals iu paints, oils, books, pertumeries, etc. Cor. State and Thorington sts. Aluona.Iowa. T. J. FELLING, 'M. D. PHYSICIAN AND SURGEON, Consultation in .English and German. Over ("loetch's store, Whittemore, Iowa. E. E. SAYERS, I). V. M., 1'ETERIX.iIiY PHYSICI.4.Y A.\D SURGEOX, jgp'-OlDce west of the Thoringtoii House, Algona.Iowa. HOSPITAL Aueommudations. DANSOX & HUTCHISON, REAL ESTATE, INSURANCE. Office over Kossuth County Bink. Also do a loan and insurance business. Algona, Iowa. C. B. MATSON, REAL ESTATE, FARM LOAMS AND IXSVRANCE, Office with Dingley & Molfatt. Algona, Iowa. GEO. C. CALL, REAL ESTATE AND ABSTRACT OFFICE For information in regard to lauds in . Northwestern Iowa, write to him. Thorington street. Algona, Iowa. A. D. CLARKE & CO. FARM LOANS. Office on Dodge street, Algona, Iowa. P. L. SLAGKLE, Manufacturer of aud dealer in Harness and Harness Goods, ALGONA. IOWA. Do you want an auctioneer? D. A. HAGGARD Office w UhF.M. Taylor E. G. BOWYER, DEALEU IN WATCHES, CLOCKS AND JEWELRY, All kinds of Silverware. llepairing a specialty. Hotel and Restaurant. A. P. HALL, Proprietor. State Street, Algona. Lodging aud weals. Board l^y the day or week. Terms $1 per day, $3.&o per week with turuisbed room, S2.M) per week for day board. ALGONA RE PtfMICAN ALGONA, IOWA, FEB. 24,1892. KOSSUTH COUNTY MARKETS. AI.OONA MAKKETS. Oats 22 Corn 24 Eggs 13 Butter 20 Cftttle.$0.00 @ 10.00 Hoga 4.40 Wheat 70 Barley 25 Flax 75 Timothy 85 OUB CLUBBING LIST. The REPUBLICAN and any one of the journals'named below will be sent to any address for one year at the following re duced rates: NEWSFAPEBS. Des Moines Register $200 Iowa Capital 200 Semi Weekly Des Moines News 2.25 Sioux City Journal 2 )6 Keokuk Gate City 230 MarshalUown Times-Republican 2 (V> Omaha Bee 235 Chicago Journal 230 Chicago Inter-Ocean 225 National Tribune 2 40 Dubuquc Times... 105 New York Press 200 Toledo Blade 2 40 MAGAZINES AND HOME JOURNALS. Harper's Weekly. " Ittizar. Magazine Young People y's Book... frodey'sLady'i Demorest's Magazine Llnplncott's Magazine! Scientific American American Economist Home Market Bulletin Housekeeper Housekeepers Weekly Frank Leslies Illustrated Monthly. Review 01 Reviews The Century Toilettes . . 475 .... 4 75 .... 4 55 .... 3 05 ... 3 06 .... 3 05 .... 4 05 .... 4 (« .... 2 55 .... 1 75 ... 2 15 .... 2 25 .... 2 80 ... 3 25 .... 5 00 .... 2 EO FABM AND STOCK JOURNALS Iowa Homestead 2 40 Prairie Varraer 2 25 The American Farmer i 70 Western Runt! 2 85 Orange Judd Farmer 225 The Breeder's Guide anil-Practical Farmer 1 75 Rural Life. 225 GERMAN AND SCANDINAVIAN PUBLICATIONS Amerika 2 40 Svenskalribunen .-, 3 35 Iowa Staats'Zeltung 255 SvitMod with premium 2 55 Skandinaven with premium 3 OB TEACHERS JOURNALS Teachers World 1 oo The educator i 7 Iowa Normal Monthly 2 25 Educational Gazette. ... 2 00 These rates are given for a limited period and will be subject to revision from time to time. Subscribe now. Notice Is hereby given to. the voters of the City of Algo.ua. Iowa, pursuant to the ordinances of said city, that the General Annual election for the various Gity Officers for said city will be held on the SEVENTH DAY OP MARCH, 1893, at which time the following City Officers are to be elected, viz: One Councilman from the First Ward, to succeed J. G. Smith. One Councilman from the Second Ward, to succeed J. W. Hinchon. One Councilman from the Third Ward, to succeed A. C. Johns. One Councilman from the Fourth Ward, to succeed J. F. Nicoulin. One Councilman from the Fouitli Ward, to lill vacancy. Of all of which you will take due notice. Given under my hand this nth day of February, A, 1>. 1892. I/. A. SHEETS:, Mayor. 'LOCAL NEWS AND NOTES. The Hurt Bank commenced business Monday. Mr. und Mrs. Charles Waldo returned to Minneapolis today. A call for a municipal election is published in this issue. A club dance is to take place Friday evening at Starr's Hall. A series of revival meetings was commenced at the M. E. church Sunday night. Jones and Stevens commenced banking business at Ledyard Monday morning. O. L. Foss has been sick in beef for the last two or three days. Kelapse of the grippe. Eagle Grove has voted to establish an electric light plant and a system of water works. Oscar Naudain is out on the streets again. His arm is healing as well as could be expected. C. M. Uoxsee has returned from quite an extended pleasure and sight seeing trip in the South. Mrs. Geo. L. Carroll and children left Peoria Ill's last Tuesday for a few days visit with relatives. Mike Ilubbard and Herman Ran- tzow have their liberty again. Their time was up last Saturday. Dr. Garfield was called to Bancroft yesterday for consultation with Dr. Cutler in one of his serious cases. G. A. R, bean sugper tonight at the iourt house hall. Benefitfof relief fund. Tickets 25 cents. Everybody invited. O. M. Bo&iingham who has beerj at;ending the Normal School this winter ieft Monday afternoon for Ames to take a course in veterinary medicine. Nick Ilubbard had the serious misfortune to fall from a load of hay last week, breaking his right arm just above the wrist. Dr. Garfield reduced the fracture. E. W. Baxter of Griggsville, Illinois, a brother of Mrs. W. II. Conner died Tuesday, the 16th of this month, just four months after the death of Mrs. lonner's father. Mrs. D. D. Townseud went to Des koines Moines Monday ,to meet her msband. They will spend about ten days in Des Moines and then return to Algona for a abort visit. Mr.Town- send attended the state Y. M. C. A. convention at Iowa City last Friday. ay for about Miss Ella Lafttfdon s Elgin whew she wilt vfail- the middle of April, Chas. Withatn who tuts been visiting in Jefferson Iowa tot tlie last three months returned to Algoaa yesterday, Miss Margaret Butherford was awarded first prize, a set of Holmes' poems, at the Normal School declamatory contest last Friday evening. Jos. Mathers expects to move to El more early in the spring. Harvey will go on the road again for a New York Nursery us soon as spring opens. Ambrose Call returned from his southern trip into Texas and Louisi ana last Saturday morning. He found the farmers planting corn down in Texas. The Grange Store advertises a great cut rate linen sale, to commence today. If you are in need of anything in that line, now is the time to get it. See the add. Another man fell through the door at the post office last week. It would be a good plan to bolt some iron bars across the door on the outside to pro tect the glass. Headers of the BEPUBLICAN are requested not to base their estimate of the editors literary taste upon any poetical contributions that may be found in this issue. Bert Brunei- left today for Boone where he expects to establish himself in the grocery business, and Elmer Wilbur has taken possession of his interest in the barber shop. In the last issue of the Scientific American is a cut of the I. O. O. F. temple to be erected in Chicago. It will tower to a height of 36 stories 556 ft.and will be the highest building in the world. Acting District Deputy Grand Master E. II. Clarke accompanied by a number of Odd Fellows went to Bancroft last Wednesday night and instituted a new lodge of the order, which starts out with 26 members. The inspection of Company F. took place last Wednesday evening as advertised. Major Prime of Des Moines, Major Davidson of Hull and Capt. Burnell, regimental inspector of small arms practice, were present at the inspection. Anthony Bronson has purchased a marine chronometer which is expected to arrive in a few days. Besides being valuable as a curiosity and a perfect time keeper, it will enable Mr. Bronson to compute his latitude and longitude correctly whenever the weather is clear enough to take the necessary observations. " At the Sunday morning meeting it was voted by the Baptist church to erect a new church building during the coming season to cost $5,000. The church seems to be in a very healthy condition as a result of the recent meetings. Four were baptized at the evening service and a number received into the church. Bill Nye has written a play, the Cadi, which has bad a phenomenal run of over 200 nights in New York City. It is said to be something new and full of Nyeisms. He is the only really popular humorist of the present day. We publish his weekly letter in the The Republican County Convsntion for the purpose of selecting delegates to the State and Congressional Convention to be held in Des Moines on March 17th is called for Friday, March llth. See call elsewhere. It has been planned by the State Central Committee to hold the various Congressional Conventions in Des Moines at the time of the State Convention. Mr. and Mrs. J. O. Reaver arrived from Knoxville on the north bound train yesterday morning. They were called by the sickness of Mr. Hoxie who has been dangerously ill for the last week. Mrs. Hoxie who had been visiting at Knoxville was called home by telegram last Saturday. We are glad to report Mr. Hoxie somewhat improved this morning. The monthly Review of the Iowa Weather and Crop Service for January reports the average daily temperature for the month of the larger portion of the state to have bean one degree above normal. In the southeastern and eastern districts, including nearly all of the Mississippi river counties, it was relatively colder, averaging one to four degrees below normal. The average precipitation was slightly above normal in the eastern half of the state, and below in the western and northwestern districts. The engraving of the REPUBLICAN'S new map of Kossuth county was received last Saturday and orders are being attended to as fast as our presses can fill them. The map is correct to date in every respect and is pronounced by real estate men in Algona to be the best map of the county they have ever seei}. The maps will be furnished to all parties desiring them in lots of 250 and upwards printed upon heavy paper of good quality. Single maps printed upon card board will be furnished at 25 cents apiece. Send in your order for maps immediately if you are in a hurry to get tbet». All orders will be filled In the order received. Samples »aj bj at '.the ladies of t&6 Ottthtiife ehur«n will give an oyster supfef at the Gtratttfe Hall, Saturday evening Feb. 2?, Supper from six octock till all are servedi Capt. Cooke starts today on a trip to New Orleans to attend the Marili Gras Carnival. He Will be absent several weeks and expects to make an extended trip in the east before re turning. By the courtesy of Will Haggard we are in receipt of the Milwaukee special number of the Realty and Building Record. Jt tells quite a story for the "Cream City" and the men who have made it. Licensed to marry, John Gannon and Mary A. Morgan, James Pendergost and Mattie Roche, Christian Bone- stetter and Mary Bonestetter, Chris. Boettcher and Laura Remers, John Snyder and Augusta Wagner. We have been shown the plans for the new State Bank building to be erected as soon as the frost is out of the ground. It is to be built of Sioux Falls granite and will be two stories high with basement. Letters unclaimed in the Algona post office for the week ending Feb. 20, 1892: Wm. Hamilton, Dave Holderman, W. Schultz, Signor Carmini Orlando, Jack Seigle, I. C. Lee, Ellsworth Lacy, J. B. Stott, C.I. Sinderson, G. B. Lindgren, Mrs. Elizabit Hanna. The Courier is going to change to a six column quarto paper. We will return a compliment recently paid us by our contemporary and express the hope that this change to a quarto paper is the beginning of an all around improvement. We understand that patent insides are to be continued as a valuable feature of the paper. A representative of the Phoenix Cure Company of Eagle Grove is in town today distributing circulars. The Company claims to be able to cure the alcoholic, tobacco, etc., habits. Since Dr. Keeley made his big hit everybody is going into the"curefor drunkenness" business. The best cure for the drink habit that we know of is to stop drinking. Bancroft Register: The Algona REPUBLICAN, Bancroft NEWS, Burt REPUBLICAN, Ledyard TIMES, etc., have put in a new power press so as to be able to supply the clamoring of their subscribers. We are pleased to note the prosperity of Bro. Hays and his able associates, and congratulate the county on the possession of these important organs. E. B. Eddy will give a lecture .Friday evening, March 4th at the church at Buffalo Forks, subject: "Mountain Life in the Sixties." The lecture will be an account of his personal experiences, facts and not fiction. Admission 15 cents, children 10 cents. The proceeds to be applied towards the purchase of a church bell. Lecture to commence at 7:30 p. m. Dr. Barr has been circulating a memorial and petition to our 'senators and representatives in congress asking the passage of the amendment to the constitution of the United States proposed by Senator Platt of Connecticut on behalf of the American League for the protection of American Institutions. The proposed amendment provides that no state shall pass any law respecting the establishment of, or prohibiting the free exercise of any religion, or appropriating the public money for the support of any institution, either wholly or in part,under sectarian or ecclesciastical control. Bancroft and Wesley Knights of Pythias to the number of about 25 attended the regular meeting of Algona Lodge No. 174 last Friday evening. The lodge had a couple of victims to put through the Third degree and after the fun was over an adjournment was taken to Ladendorf's restaurant where arrangements had been made for an oyster supper. Following 'is a list of the visiting Knights who were present: Geo. A. Prink, Frank Hume, C. E. Olson, Geo. Howard, Fred Amesbury, Geo. Hall, Fred Cory, Fred Kernan, II. C. Peck, Rodney Hull, Fred Heal, C. Patten, Hal Hollenbeck; Wesley Lodge No. 300. M. A. Turner, S. Mayne, J. A. Campbell, A. Sundstrom, R. M. Richmond, Tom Sherman, G, F. Holloway, G. W. Smith, A. Larson, I. J. Bruer, J. G. Graham; Vera Lodge No. 291, Bancroft, Iowa. W.E.Jordan, Illinois Lodge No. 166, Chicago; H. C. Simpkins, Monona'Lodge No. 12, Madison, Wis.; R. W. Ellis, Apollo Lodge No. 41, Dubuque, Iowa. Can You Eat Heartily with relish and without distress afterward? If not, we recommend to you Hood's Sarsaparilla which creates a good appetite and so invigorates toe stomach and bowels that the food is properly digested and all its nutriment assimulated. Hood's Pillg are purely vegetable, perfectly harmless, effective but do not cause pain or gripe. Be sure to get Hood's. Death un4 Its Struggle. Up to BOW whoso entered into a fight with death, fought a losing fight—now science has discovered a way to circumvent eveu death—Hajler'p Swwpwill* & Burdock grapples with a 4iiwd«redi eys- tea? and carefully builds a»4 reorganises, fry it. We are sorry to learn that the poem published in the . RjapuftMcAtf last week and accredited to Grandpa Roberts is not from his gifted pen. The following letter" has been received from one of our subscribers. We with* hold his name by request: EDITOR REPUBLICAN: While we would not detract in the least from the poetical genius of Kossuth county writers but we must say that to Us the tlniversalist vs Universalist poem purporting to be from the pen of Mr. Roberts is not new to us nor did Mr. Roberts profess to us to be the author xbut the contrary saying he heard it used in a public debate some years since and we have a copy now which we found at the time of our interview with this new Poet of Kossuth and now it will devolve upon some one to seek the originator of the production— Also please alow a carrection which We think will also be indorsed by Mr. Roberts i e. The third word in next to the last line should read a cord not "accord." Yours truly, We are sorry to learn that the authorship of the poem does not belong to Grandpa Roberts and that the honor of discovering "a new star iii the zodiac of the literary firmament" does not belong to the Algona REPUBLICAN. Last week we were so indiscreet as to publish a little poem supposed to have been written by a local bard. The paper had scarcely left the press when we were visited by "the poet Campbell" who wanted to know why we always refused to print poetry for him. The result of the interview was that we promised to print a piece for him in this issue. That is the way it always goes. Take one step in the wrong direction and your downward career is rapid. Drink the first glass and you have made a sood start in the direction of a drunkards fate. Print a line or two for one "poet" and all the poets in the community will swarm around your sanctum door like flies around the bung hole of a molasses barrel. The local poet is like the leech that Soloman or somebody tells about in the Bible: He never knows when he has enough. Mr. Campbell assured us that the poem we publish elsewhere was "just what the people want." There are many people in Algona who would like to get at the contents of "The little Black Jug; that Sets Under the Stairs." If the desire for a poem on the subject of the jug is as great, the sale of REPUBLICANS this week will be enormous. BLACK BET—THE DOOTBESS. Black Bet is a doctress, employed by her mas- Whose health is much shattered and needinc repairs. " Some roots for the headache, well pickled in whiskey. She keeps in her office down under the stairs The little black jug, The old welcome jug. The sweet scented jug That sets under the stairs. Bet is the foundation of much consolation. She banishes sorrow and all of his Bares ; With anticipation he looks in the future Through that little jug that sets under the Blairs. The little black jug. Tho' poor and impoverished the patient seems happy— A dram makes him rich and for nothing he cares; Black Bet will relieve hfm of all that may grieve him Whenever he visits her under the stairs. The little black jug. His sweet darling Betty Is lovely and pretty ; He cares not, lie heeds'not, the name that she bears. When (illeil with good whisky, she makes him so frisky ; No wonder he loves to be under the stairs Wall the little black jug. When Black Bet is empty, his health seems de- clmint;; His speech becomes feeble, his family lie scares. , But when she's replenished, he ceases his whining, And hails the rich treasure that's under the stairs In the little black jug. We frequently notice his children's low whispers As they look with regret on their father's gray hairs : They notice the soot which adheres to his whiskers When lie crawls out the pot-hole from under the stairs From the little black jug. His doctress quite often has drugged him too heavy And made him forget all his business affairs, Which leaves a sweet job for his lender companion • To draw her beloved out from under the stairs From the little black jug. When the patient awakens his brain is delirious He calls for assistance to drive out the bears : He strikes at the witches; there are snakes in his breeches; They crawled m his bootlegs while under the stairs With the little black jug. He says his examples are pure Christian samples ; His every-day life by the Bible he squares : Saint Paul in his letter has taught him much better Than to frown on sweet Betty that's under the stairs. The little black jug. For all her diploma takes all of his money ; Her practice is legal, he nrrnly declares, He says, Prohibition with all of its fishing Will never catch Betty.that's under the stairs The little black jug. He Inhabits the country of liberty's birth— The happiest nation that's found upon earth. His American freedom he amply shares, And gets "Hail Columbia" while under the stairs With the little black jug. When winter comes howling, we hear him growling; His elbows are out of the coat that he wears: B is boots are to pieces, his feet red as geese's. His whole summer's earnings went under the stairs In the little black jug. Be mindful, 0, man, never doctor with Betty: Consider the vile reputation she bears. Take your burdock and cherry without her directions^- Not put them in whisky that's under the stairs In the little black jug, The old poison jug, The devil's own jug, That sets under the stairs W. H." ANOTHER PHENOMENON, The sample bottles of Closson's Family Medicine, of Independence, which have Lately been distributed by bis agent throughout our city, have not only been found genuine household remedies but simply wonderful. The Pain Relief which is advertised to cure the toothache, bead- ache colic, cramp and neuralgia is effectually curing the La Grippe. If the cough cure and dyspepsia panacea which w saw to be equally as good, works up as much of an excitement, and bis Bears Oil Liniment cures all the barb wire outs in the country, we will tfeeo say that Ipde- pendence is capable of turning out »ay country in in , Btenard's Cow. Editor ftictoardsof the Sfmneet Jfewfc takes exception to the 'accotM et k <$ow given la the BfeftrttLtsAJt fcsbeftll/r It seems that we got matters a ItttW mixed. Instead of chasing the cow 1 around the yard in order to chfrfh the butter he is compelled to let the hired girl do the milking and offer the cow other inducements in order to have her standstill and not churn the butter before milking time. After quoting what the REPUBLICAN said about his cow in the News of last week^ Bro* Richards gave the real facts of the case as follows: "We take no exceptions to the above down to the word "ladel" in the twentyfirst line. From that on the REPUBLICAN has exercised its power of imagination and demonstrated its inability to rank with successful liars. Anyqtyfawho knows anything about a cow 'can" see the utter folly and even* danger of exercising suph a cow. The butter would be churned and there would be no way of getting it out except by building a fire under the cow and smelting it to a liquid state. So far from exercising are the facts that the cow has to be kept in the stall and offered extra inducements to stand still so as not to churn the butter before milking time. The News man has even been compelled to leave tthe milking to the hired girl on account of her more delicate manipulation of the cream and butter depository." Buleo For the care of the sick. How to cure disease, its symptoms and causes, and other information of great value will be found in old Dr. Kaufman's great book, 100 pages, fine colored plates. Send S 2-cent stamps to pay postage to-A. P. Ordway & Co,, Boston, and receive a copy free. Mrs.L.R.Patton, Rockford, 111., writes: 'From personal experience I can recommend De Witt's Sarsaparilla, a cure for* impure blood and general debility." Hurrah, for 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 house on State street. Come in and see us. Every machine sold is guaranteed to work or we get no pay. Jos. HUGI & BROS., MATT RICHARDSON, AJcona 7-34 Agent. When hoops were worn bv woman fair A nuisance they were found; One ran against them every where— The hoops were always round. "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 and 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, ^ IJroiize Turkeys for Sale. I have eight full blooded Bronze Turkey Gobblers that I will sell cheap, quality considered. T. J. JULIAN. "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 guar anteed by F. 'W. Dingley. A House Down Side Up. Baby had a cold; Mrs. McGinnis said hot whisky, Aunt Katy said catnip tea, Cousin Em said rhubarb was the thing, but Grandpa (heaven bless him) said Haller's sure cure cough syrup would take the cake and it did. Drunkenness—tlquor Habit—In alt the Worta there la but One Cure. Dr. Httlneb' Golden Specific. It can be given in a cup of tea or coffee without the knowledge of the petsou taking It, effecting a speedy and permanent cure, whether the patient is a moderate drinker or an alcoholic wreck. Thousands of djunkards have been cured who have taken the Golden Bpeoino in their coffee without their knowledge, and today believe they quit drinking of their own free will, No harmful effects results from Its administration. Ourea guaranteed. Send for circulars and full particulars. Address in confidence, Golden Specific Go., 185, Race street.. Cincinnati, Ohio. ~*-.?»» The Great Northwest. The steady settlement of lands In Montana and Washingtou.tbo 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. The best explanation of this growth is found in the study of the. capabilities and resources of the states, which we fully set forth in three folders entitled, "Golden Montana," "Eastern Washington" and "Western Wasn- ington," just issued by the Northern Pacific railroad. As a route to the Northwest the Northern Pacific stands unrivalled. From St. Paul and Minneapolis Its express trains reach principal points in Minnesota, North Dakota, Manitoba. is the only fine with through sleeping oar service from Chicago to these states, and the only line running both Pullman tourist and free col' onlst sleeping cars west of St. Paul aud Minneapolis. Passengers from the east should ask tot through tickets via the Wisconsin Centra} line- and Northern Pacific railroad, thus securing the advantage of through sleeping: cars (Pullman first-class and Pulliuau tourist) fromlOhl- cago. i noteworthy feature of the Northern Pacific route is the fact that holders of second class tickets to western points on this line are allowed the privilege of stepping over at Spokane Wash., and all points west ofwere tor the purpose of examing lands. ' The dialog ears on the Northern Pacific «** sections of the west. District railroad» . as

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