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Algona, Iowa
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Wednesday, March 9, 1892
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THE REPUBLICAN, ALGONA, IOWA, WEDNESDAY, MARCH 9* 1892. and DEPARTURE of TRAINS, CHICAGO. M1I/WAUKKE AND ST. PAUL. OOTI»<» WKBT. No. 1 passenger No. No. No. 3 passenger 4 ;3T p m Dfrelfrlit 7 :lf. a m 13 wav freight U-.4B am B freight 8:17 p m O01NO KA8T. 2 passenger 10 :24 am 4 passenger 9 :;» p Wo. 10 way freight 12 :15 » Ho. H freight, 2 ::m p WO. 8 freight. 10:!S5P Otolcago & Northwestern tt'y. ttOTNO NOHTH AND WEST. Height accommodation 8 :18 a m Chicago Mall and Express :i ::M p m GOING SOUTH AND KAST. Freight accommodation r> :(vr p m Chicago Mail and Express 2 :37 p in Chicago passenger reaches Des Mollies at 7 p. m.. Chicago « -so a. m., and Kansas 01 ty 9{80a, in. Tickets for sale to all points in the Jntted States and Canada. ALGONA RE PUBLICAN ALGONA, IOWA, MAR. 9,1892. KOSSUTK COUNTY MARKETS. AIAJONA MA.RKKTH. Oats 22 Corn 24 Eggs 12 Butter 20 Cattle, f 0.00 @f 0.00 Hogs 4.40 Wheat 70 Barley 2T> Flax 75 Timothy 85 Miss Mclnroe, daughter of James Mclnroe, is reported ill with typhoid fever. D. D. Townsend and wife came in from Des Moines They will remain weeks. yesterday evening, in Algona several PROFESSIONAL & BUSINESS DIRECTORY, H, a. DAMSON. W. C. DANBON. DANSONBKOS., 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 Bank, Algona, Iowa. S.'S. SESSIONS. ATTORNEY AT LAW, I.«ans and Insurance. Special attention given to collections of all kinds. Office over Chrischilles'store. Algona, Iowa. JAS. BARK, M. D., PHYSW1AN AND SURGEON, Office at residence. Algona, Iowa. OUIl CLUHIIINO 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: NEWSPAPEIIS. PCS Moines Register ?2 M Iowa Capital 2 «) Semi Weekly DOS Moines News 2.2") Sioux Cltv .foiivnal 2 ifi Keoknk (late oity 1! :x) MarshalltowuTlincs-HcpubUcan 2 no Omaha Uee 2 36 Chicago Journal 2 30 Chicago Inter-Ocean 225 National Trilnine 2 4<) DubiHino Times 1 !)T> Now York 1'ress 2 oo Toledo Blade 240 MAGAZINES AND HOME JOURNALS. Harper's Weekly 4 75 Haznr 4 75 " Magazine 455 " Young People 3 00 Oodey's l.mly's Hook 3 05 Domorest's Magazine 3 05 Llnplncott's Magazine! 4 05 Sclentilic American 4 05 American Economist '255 Home Market Bulletin 1 75 Housekeeper ...215 Housekeepers Weekly 225 Frank Leslies Illustrated Monthly 280 Kevlew 01 Reviews 325 The Pentury 0 00 Toilettes 2 BO FABM AND STOCK JOURNALS Iowa Homestead 2 40 Prairie farmer 2 25 The American Farmer 1 70 Western Rural 285 Orange Judd Fanner 225 The Breeder's OJuide and Practical Farmer 1 75 Unral Life 226 GERMAN AND SCANDINAVIAN PUBLICATIONS Amerika 2 40 SvenskaTrlbiinen 335 Iowa 8r,aats Zfitung 255 Svithioil with premium. 2 Bft Skanclinaven with premium 3 06 TEACHERS JOURNALS Teachers World 1 90 The Educator 175 Iowa Normal Monthly 225 Educational Gazette 200 These rates are given for a limited period and will be subject to revision from time to time. Subscribe now. Lund seekers have commenced to arrive. The indications point toward a heavy influx of new settlers when spring fairly opens. The regular monthly meeting of the Congregational Missionary Society will be held Wednesday, March 10, at 8 o'clock, with Mrs. Ingham. O. Thorson the tailor has accepted a position as a cutter in a tailoring establishment at Mt. i^easant and will leave the first of next week. Union Temperance monthly meeting Sunday evening at Congregational church. Everybody interested in temperance work is invited to attend. Eev. Eri Garlield an uncle of Dr. Gartiekl died at Sanborn the fore part of last week and was buried on Wednesday. Dr. Garfield attended the funeral. The statement of the First Natinnal Bank appears in this issue. The bank was never in a more prosperous condition and never made a more favorable business showing. Hamilton & Co., the hard wood lumber people, will build an office building in the spring. The firm are doing quite an extensive wholesale as well as retail business in hard lumber. The winter term of School closes tomorrow. the Normal Miss Eaudall L. K. GARFIELD, M. D M ^PHYSICIAN AND SURGEON, Offiee on State street. Algona, lows. ALGONA, IOWA. G. T. WEST, M. D., PHYSICIAN AND SURGEON, Oflice at residence. Algona, Iowa, DR. L. A. SliEETZ, DRUGGIST ANT) STATIONER, Prescriptions tilled. Deals HI paints, oils, books, perfumeries, etc. Cor. State and Thorington sts. AUsona.Iowa. T. J. FELLING, M. D. PHYSICIAN AND SURGEON, Consultation in Kiuilish itnd German. Over Dot'teli's store, Whitti-mure, Iowa. CHAS. McCOUMACK, E OLE CTJ C PJH'SI CIA N, Guarantees to cine Catarrh. All tcli-^ntms will receive prompt, attention ami 1 will pay lor the sank-. \Vesli'.v, lo\v;i. LOCAL NEWS AND NOTES. Geo. E. Clarke is said to be improving slowly. A girl baby was born to Mr. and Mrs J. B. Bead last Saturday night. Wild geese have been seen going north—omen of warm weather. John Adams is quite sick at Genoa, Nebraska, with inflammatory rheumatism. "Don't let Hathaway worry you a dog gone bit," reassuringly writes the editor of the Bancroft NEWS. Hardy Buell and wife returned from Florida last Friday, where they spent the colder months of the winter. IT. B. Hallock, formerly of the firm of Cody <ft Hallock of Bnrt, is back on tin- case in the RKPUUUCAN oflice. E. E. SAVERS, I). V.'M.. AA'JJ SUKGEUX. west of I lie Thoriuglon House, Algona, Iowa,. HOril'l'i'AI, Accommodations. DAXSOX & 1 1 UT( '111 SOX. REAL MSTA TK, INSURANCE. Office over Ivossnth ('ounly IS'ink. Also do a loan and insurance business. Algona, Iowa. C. B. MATSON, REAL ESTATE, 'FARM LOAMS AND IXSTRANCE, Oflice with Dingley & Moll'aU, Algona, Iowa. GEO. C. CALL, REAL ESTATU AND ABSTRACT OFFICE For information in regard to lands in Northwestern Iowa, write to him. Tborington street, Alxona, Iowa. A. D. CLARKE & CO. FARM LOAMS. Office on .Dodge street, Algona, Iowa, P. L. SLAG-LE, Manufacturer of and dealer in Harness and Harness Goods, AUJONA. IOWA. Do you want an auctioneer? D. A. HAGGARD Will cry city and 1'iinn property, make collections, etc 1 . All business of a private nature stnetly confidential. Om'ce with V. M. Taylor. E. G. BOWYER, UKALEU IN WATCHES, CLOCKS AND JEWELRY, AH kinds of Silverware. Repairing a specialty. Hotel and Restaurant. 1 P. ItiU, Proprietor. State Street, Algoiia. aud meals. Board 1'y the day or A two year old child of the slioe- niukcr Shulty, imbibed from the kerosene crvu find cttme very noar dying but lias recovered. Morso and Stough are making things hum in (he mastiff pup business. They have sold live pups during the past three weeks at fabulous prices. O. L. Fuss, the tailor, announces elsewhere that tie has received his stock of spring K (1l)( ls ;ui<l is now ready to turn out stylish and serviceable suits at low prices. A pair of light kid gloves belonging to Will (.'hafi'ee were picked up by mistake at the M. E. church last Sunday evening. The picker up there of is requested to return the gloves to their owner. J. i!. Winkcl lias fitted tip his building on State street next to the lluther- ford House, formerly occupied as an oflice by Morse & Pride, and moved in his famous stock of Domestic sewing machines. Letters remaining uncalled for in the Algona post oflice for the past week: Henry C. Price. Willis Williams, Mrs. Ellen Drew, J. M. Ileaton,!!. K. Hess, Miss Mable Miller, Miss Augusta Lisane, Mr. Allbines Lenard, Mrs. Ferdinard Zomish. A letter was received last Saturday by E. G. Bowyer from Rev. S. P. Marsh, of Chicago, announcing the death of his little daughter Ethel, which occurred last Thursday morning. The bereaved parents have the sympathy of numerous friends in Algona. The grand jury failed to return an indictment against Alderman for violation of the prohibitory law upon the assumed grounds that the "health restorer' 1 seized upon his premises was not intoxicating. The "restorer" was subjected to a qualitative analysis and found to contain alcohol in considerable quantity. Beer contains only from h 2 to (5 per cent, alcohol, and it remains for the grand jury to explain how near the "restorer" comes to being beer. As we understand the law anything sold a? a beverage and found to contain the smallest quantity of alcohol comes within the purview of the statute. The -'health restorer" contained sutlleient alcohol to arouse the suspicion in the rniuds of some people that it was nothing less than a pool- quality of beer. It is the opinion of the will spend her vacation in Mt. Vernon and Miss Chaffee and brother Will will go to their home at Dysart. The citizens of Hobart are highly elated it is said over the prospect of a branch of the Milwaukee road being built from their town to Fairmont. Minnesota, in the near future. The West Bend G. A. E. Post are makin g extensive preperations for an entertainment next Saturday evening. Sevaral prominent G. A. R. men from abroad are expected to be present. To save moving his stock of goods W. F. Carter has decided to close every thing out at away down low figures. His ad. is on the first page of the REPUBLICAN. Notice the price quoted. Among the new residents of the town is Mr. D. H. Brown of Nevada who arrived last Friday afternoon with family. They are at present occupying the Larasou property in north Algona. Elsewhere we print the program for the Palto Alto County Farmers Institute to be held at West Bend Saturday March 14th. Judging from the program it will be an interesting and profitable meeting for all who attend. Hampton Record: II. A. Clock's household goods arrived from Algona, and he is taking possession of the house owned by Mrs. W. II. Crawford on the corner of Sixth and Bridge streets, occupied the past year by L. Stam. West Bend Journal: A letter from G. R. Bookman states that he had arrived at Memphis and liked it there very much. The weather was line, much like our May weather. Geo. says the southern people are very agreeable. His friends will be glad to learn that he likes the country, its people and his new work. The Me Corniack Harvesting machine company lost their case against Mat Richardson which was tried last week before the adjournment of court. Matt bought a car load of twine of the McCoruiuck company last season but the twine was not delivered at the time stipulated. The company sold the twine at auction and then sued Matt to make up their loss on the twine, but they were duly left as they should have been. Dansou and Parker were attorneys for Richardson and Soper and Jones for the KcCormack Co. Milt A. Hollabaugh who has so capably filled the position of foreman in the RisruuucAN office for the past six months has returned to Cornell College to complete his education. His place will be taken by Will Haggard who will arrive from Milwaukee the latter The Webster City Herald tells of the following description of property appearing in a certain chattel mortgage that came under the observation of a reporter: "One Brown mare with stare in fourhead. and white behind two feets, one red cow with some brindle on too sides, one lite bugy harness, and one more." Rev. Dorward preached at the M. E. church last evening. The continuous revival-meetings have been, a severe strain upon Rev. Flannagan who has preached nearly every evening. A more successful revival effort was never made by the Methhdist church in Algona. There have been almost nightly conversions and the interest continues without abatement. If Ledyard keeps on growing it will soon be the metropolis and financial center of Kossuth county. The surprise over the fact that the town was to have two banks had scarcely subsided when it become known that a third banking institution had been projected. It is to be known as "The State Bank of Ledyard" and starts out with a capital of $25,000. Iowa Falls and Eldora parties are among the incorporators. Farmers' Institute. Below is the program of the Farmers' Institute to be held at the court house hall Thursday and Friday. The Grange Society have arranged to furnish a chicken pie dinner at the Grange hall Friday afternoon. Everybody in general and those who attend the Institute in particular are invited to partake of the chicken pie dinner. The Benefit to tlie Farm of Agricultural Newspapers, L, L. Klinelelter. The care ol Hogs. B, F. Smith. How to Utilize our Stalks to the Best Advantage. 0. Wiltse. Are Sheep Profitable? P. A. Wallace. How to Oare for Sheep, A. h. Belton How to Make our Milk Cows Profitable, J. R, Button and O. S. Wright. Co-operative Creameries, Qeo. S. Angus. Best Grasses for Hay and Pasture, K. W. Donovan. What Kinds and Ilow Much Poultry is it Profitable for the Farmer to Halse? VV. M, Heathershaw. Is it Profitable for Farmers to Grow Fruit for Market, M. IX L. Parsons and R. J. Hunt. Can the Average Faemcr Profitably Colts? C. K. Lewis. FOtt A STATE NORMAL SCHOOL. The Committee Report In Favor of Algronaand Aftoii. The normal school committee have reported in favor of Algona and Afton, recommending an appropriation of $5,000 n year for two years. There is good prospect that the legislature will act upon the recommendation of the committee. It is expected that some action will be taken within the next few days. Algona is to be congratulated upon her excellent prospects for a State institution. THE CITY ELECTION. The Third Ward Goes Democratic. Hiuchon Rolls up a Big; Majority In the Second. The city election passed off last Monday with very little commotion. There was some excitement in the 4th ward but it was generally conceded that Mr. Nicoulin was deserving of reelection and he had practically no opposition. Following is the vote by wards: 1st ward—F. II. Vesper 49, S. Benjamin 1. 2nd ward—J. W. Ilin- chon 61, Morris Chapin 34. 3rd ward- John Magnuson 59, R. F. Hedrick 40. 4th Ward—J. F. Nicoulin 107, Frank Smith 56, A. C. Scott 63. LttKftARY NOTES, "The Gateways of New York," a description of the means o£ access to the metropolis mid of the proposed new tunnels and bridges, will be the subject ot a valuable article by John Oil* tnerHpced In the next number ol Harpers- Weekly, published March nth. rt will be accompanied by a map, tind will he fully illustrated. Another article of timely interest, io appear In the same number of tho Weekly, will be a description, with Illustrations, of the Cliib-Ilonsc of CuiTltnck Sound, written by Alexander Hunter. The new year has witnessed a most unprecedented mortality among the great men of' England. The Kevlew of Reviews for March has extended notices of men. Its principal long feature Is a group of character sketches from the technical pen of Mr. Stead, In which the late Mr. Spurgeon and Cardinal Manning are characterized and discussed at length, and In which Sir Morell Mackenzie also lias a place. All of men were personal friends of Mr. Stead, aiulj he writes of them in his usual entertaining manner. PKKACHKUS AND PUBLIC SPISAKBKS,. Tho Victims of Catarrh of Uio I'hiiryiix. Kloqucnt Divines, Able PoliliciniiH, Eminent .Soholurs and Professional 81ngorn Made Voiceless. Benefit to Farmers of a Successful County Fair, C. I.. Lund. Is the Feeding of Steers in small Bunches Profitable? B. M. Gardner. How to Make the Farm Home Attractive, Mrs. G. W. Eddy. The Good Qualities of the Jersey Cow. W. H. Clark. How to Improve our County lioads, Geo. K. Boyle. Of Town Lots at Thompson, linnebago County, Iowa, March 24,1892. Now is the time to secure property that will more than double in .value in six months. If you would like to make some money quick attend this sale, buy a few town lots in Thompson, and "be in the swim." Look up the records and see who are the owners of the town of Thompson. These men will make this town one of livliest places in the United States in less than three months. Do not miss this sale. It means busi ness. Will actually take place as herein advertised anyone desiring to engage in any legitimate branch of business will find it advantageous to attend this sale. This town is located on the new rail road now being constructed from Forest City to Estherville. Everybody join the procession. Be there March 24, 1892, and take a hand. CHICAGO & IOWA WESTKKN LAND AND TOWN LOT Co. PALO ALTO COUNTY INSTITUTE. West Bend Opera House Saturday, March 19, 1802. PKOGUAM. 1'arniers session, 10 o'clock. Address of welcome—Mayor S.P.Crisman. ilesponse—K. P. McEury. Jload Mnk'iifj- 1st. Shall lioad Tax lie Paid in Labor or cash?—Phil Dorweiler. 2iul.Tlie Hand Scraper or Improved Koad Machine, Which?-.!.N.Phillips, Henry Bell. Does H Pay to Kaiso Horses for Market— A. B, Carter. The (education Demanded for Farmer's Sons and Daughters—P. li. Uonlon. Afternoon Session, 1 o'clock. liaising Barley, Does it Pay. and How to Use It—Paul Dorwe'iler. Tame Grass Pasturn—The Quickest and liest iiy t» <!(;t It—E.K.,Johnston. Tl'ie farmer's Alliance. Present and Future— J.C.Baker. Clover in Northwest Iowa—D. N. Wilcox, Myron Dinvey. Corn Fodder. How to Save lt-C.(J. Wright. Tlie Farmer us a Business Mann—0. I. Heigard. JJv OHBKK OK COM, W. C. T. II. Itosohitions. The Women's Christian Temperance Union of Algona, at u recent meeting, adopted the following: Resolved, That instead of the virtual repeal oi ! our prohibitory laws, we demand from our present General Assembly, provisions for the more rigid enforcement of the law in our river counties and towns. To this end we respectfully ask our representative and senator from this county and district to do all in their power to prevent the passage of the Gatch bill, or any other measure that would bring the open saloon back to Iowa. Resolved that a copy of this resolution be forwarded to our members at Des Moines and printed in the AJgona papers. It is.a fixed and immutable law that to have good, sound health one must have pure, rich and abundant blood. There is no shorter nor surer route than by a course of DeWitt's Sarsap<trilla. The HnndHojieBt Lntly in Algona. Remarked to a friend the other day that he knew Kemp's Balsam for the Throat and Lungs was a superior remedy, as it stopped her cough instantly when other cough remedies had no effect whatever,. So to prove this and convince you of its merit, any druggist will give you a sample Bottle free. Large size 50c. and $1. Judge—"Have you anything to say why sentence of death should not be passed upon you?" Prisoner (haughtily)—"If I have anything to say I'll say it in my autobiography.,, How to l>« Jictiutiful. The most necessary requirement of beauty in women is a lovely complexion Rozodoro, the Peerless Complexion Beautifier, removes all redness of the skin "My Life REPUBLICAN that tlie grand jury erred in tailing to wtorn ao part of the week. He has been engaged for nearly two years in a job printing office in Milwaukee and the REPUBLICAN expects under his management to sustain its reputation for flue job printing. Mr. Hollabaugh is a conscientious, hard working young man of many excellent qualities. He has made a host of friends in Algoua who will be sorry to see him go. The suit against the Montezuma Republican for alleged libel was dismissed last Saturday, the attorney for plaintiff withdrawing suit after the jury had been impanelled. We congratulate the Republican upon being able to bring the case to an issue. If the Republican knows how to shut off a continuance and bring a libel suit to trial we would like to be let into the secret. It is about time for the Argo McDum'e and Argo Geo. E. Clarke "dr." Hathaway, Upper Des Moines combination to do something. They should either fish, cut bait, or get off tlieiog. It makes mighty little difference to tu$ REPUBLICAN what Was saved by Hood's Sarsaparilla," says Mr. B. B. Jones of Alna, Maine. "She had seven running sores in different places on her body, but on giving her Hood's Sarsaparilla there was marked improvement and now she is well, strong and healthy." Hood's Pills cure Constipation by restoring the peristaltic action of the alimentary canal. They are the best family cathartic. KOU SAI.K. An improved farm of 160 acres on sec. 80 twp. 99 range 30, one mile south of the rail road now being located through said township. D. II. HUTCHINS, 22if Algona, Iowa. leaving it a clear, delicate white, that has nothing of the paint or powder appearance. Rozodoro is harmless as water; re moves Freckles, Tan, Blackheads, Pimples, Sunburn, Liverspots, etc. Price 75c. Try a bottle. Sent free on receipt of price, plainly wrapped so it cannot be told. Address, The Rozodoro Co., South Bend, Ind. Agents wanted. Up in high stations we think ourselves— A Captain, a Major, a Colonel; But to General Public we must bow, or there'll be a row infernal. KxtractH from u Lecture Delivered by Ur.. S. It. Hurtinait at the Surgical Hotel, Columbus, Ohio. An ordinary sore throat, frequent recurrence, is apt to become chronic, so the throat continues to be sore nearly all the time. This form of sore throat is known in medical literature as Follicular Pharyngitis. It is caused by excessive use of the voice, by confinement in close- rooms in bad air by undue exposure to cold.or by over-indulgence in smoking, but more frequently by catarrh and diphtheria. The symptoms are frequent hawking, especially in the morning, ex- pelljng from the throat with great difficulty stringy mucous,, which produces gagging, and even vomiting at times. There is a raw, sore feeling in the throat, and when the slightest cold is taken, the throat becomes inflamed and swollen. Instead of the smooth, pinkish look that the throat has in health, it looks angry, red and uneven, with occasional patches of white mucous adhering to it. It is sure to make much speaking, singing or laughing painful, and the voice will, slowly grow hoarser and weaker. Nothing is surer than if this is allowed to go- unchecked it will finally involve the larynx, and the voice will be seriously injured. It is also- certain that unless something is done to stop it the disease will gradually extend down the bronchial: tubes to the lungs. Follicular Pharyngitis is the special bane of public speakers and singers, also people whose nervous system is depressed by organic disease of any kind. People who, for any reason, are much confined to close rooms, are very liable to this disease. Any one afflicted by this trouble is not only leading a miserable life, but the inflamed state of the throat renders, him especially liable to acute disease of the throat, such as diphtheria and quinsy. For this trouble in any stage Pe ru-na is the pink of perfection. If Pe ru-na were always used before the lungs became affected it would not fail to cure a- single case. Numerous cases that have used gargles, wet packs, external and internal applications of all sorts, without avail, find immediate relief and cure by using Pe-ru-na. The fame of Pe ru-na in all mucous inflammations is such that many doctors and druggists not only prescribe it, but use it as their own family medicine. As soon as its use in such cases is begun, the phlegm loses its sticky, stringy character, and becomes at first more abundant, but easily expectorated. The quantity grows gradually less, until, after several weeks' use of Pe ru-na, it ceases altogether. The inflamed mucous surfaces and enlarged follicles show immediate improvement, and rapidly regain their natural appearance, by taking Peru na, without the use of any gargle or application whatever. In cases of sore throat, bronchitis and consumption, where cough is a prominent symptom, it is better to add two ounces of rock candy to each bottle before usiiig. then tako according to directions on the bottle. In cases of dyspepsia and diseases of the abdominal cavity and pelvic organs, the directions on the bottle are sufficient. Cases of chronic catarrh in the head, throat, bronchial tubes, stomach and pelvic organs, of ten, fifteen, or even twenty years' standing, are constantly being cured by the use of Peru-na. It has come to be a well established fact that, Pe ru na will cure catarrh in any stage or variety where the case is not complicated by any organic disease. A valuable pamphlet of thirty-two pages, setting forth in detail the treatment of coughs, colds, sore throat, bronchitis, consumption, catarrh in every phase of the djsease, will be sent free to any address by The Pe ru na Drug Manufacturing Co. of Columbus, Ohio. This book should be in every household, as it contains a great deal of reliable information as to the cure and prevention of all catarrhal and kindred diseases. Chicago Youth—Pardon me, sir, but may I have the hand of your daughter? Chicago Father— No-sir-ee! Take the whole bog or none. If dull, spiritless and stupid; if your blood is thick and sluggish; if your appetite is capricious and uncertain, you need a Sarsaparilla. Witt's- For best results fake De- Colic, Diarrhoea, Dysentery and all kindred complaints are dangerous if allowed to run any length of time. So it is the duty of all parents to keep a medicine on hand at all times that will effect a positive and permanent cure. Beggs' Diarrhoea Balsam is guaranteed to do this. Sold and warranted by F. W. Dingley. Wife—Shall I have my black silk fixed over, dear, or shall I get a new one? Husband—By all means get a new one. It's cheaper. The White House btahleb. The American people are always interested in anything that pertains to the White House. Wo are reliably informed the stables contain a full assortment of different drugs and medicines and they also (so the groom says) keep a bottle of Haller's Barb Wire Liniment, which is most successful liniment they have ever used. For sale by Dr. L. A- Sheets. Hepuulicuu StHte Convention. On account of the Iowa Republican State Convention, to be held at Des Moiues March 17th, the Chicago & Northwestern H'y Co will sell excursion tickets to Des Moines and return at half r*tee —one fare for the rooad trip. oo sale March 10th aad }7tU, turn passage ugtU M8iT<* If A **. . *"* _. . i _ fxt When introduced to Indies, how Real sad we feel to find, Just us we make our gravest bow Our collar loose behind. I'or Torpid Llyer we Dr. Miles' Pllla. Uroiue Turkey* fur J&pjfi. ~ A young man at West Union proposed for the hand of a beautiful girl. As she hesitated in her answer he said: "I await your answer with bated breath." The girl who is quite a humorist, said: "Well, sir, you will have to bait your breath with something besides beer and tobacco to catch me. Good evening." On receipt of four cents to pay postage The Haller Proprietary Co., Blair, Ncbr., will send a set of handsome cards and a sample box of their celebrated Australian Salve, free. "One dose." '.said the quack, "will be quite enough; It will quickly banish your pain." The victim took one dose of the stuff— And he never complained again. "Listed," as the brokers say, at ''100 Doses One Dollar," Hood's Sarsaparilla is always a fair equivalent for the price. What's the use spending money for pine when you o«a get hardwood of Hamilton for $16 per M.

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