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.< .'' »N A, and DEPARTURE of TRAI8S. OHIOAGO. MILWAUKEE AND ST. PAUL, OOINW WEST. »». i passenger .................... S : S?S spwsenger ..................... , 4: , 3 J? 9frelght ......................... 7!la 13 way freight Mo. No. Wo. Ho. 5 freight , 8: OOINO BAST. Chicago & Northwestern K'y. GOINQ NORTH AND WR8T. ttalcht accommodation f :'J » «J CUMCO Mall and Express SMI pm GOING BOUTH AND KA8T. 6 :07 p m 2 :33 p m Tickets for sale to * » n. Tickets or sa Jntted States and Canada. the HMWSIOHAL & BUSINESS DIRECTORY, ». J. DANSON. W. 0. DANSON. DANSON BROS., ATTORNEYS AT LAW, Office over Frank Bros. Algona, Iowa. ETV. SWETTING. ATTORNEY AT LAW, Money to loan. Algona, Iowa. ALGONA REPUBLICAN (Official Paper <>f Kossuth Comfy and the City'of A\g<ma.) __„_„ „__-,_ EntcreiTat tlic post ofllce in Algona -AS second class mall matter. PUBLISHED EVERY WEDNESDAY JOS, W, HAYS, Editor and Publisher, Terms of Subscription. One copy, one year. In advance *1.60 One copy, six months, In advance TO One copy, three months. In advance........ 40 Subscriptions continue till ordered stopped and all arrearages are paid. Advertising Rates Are reasonable and will be made known on application. BOOK AND JOB PRINTING. The equipment of the REPUBLICAN Office for Book and Job Printing is unsurpassed in this part of Iowa. Steam power. „«,,„ THE REPUBLICAN is an AIA HOME PRINT paper. No objectionable patent insides. 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, Leans and Insurance. Special attention given to collections of all kinds. Office over Ohrischilles' store. Algona, Iowa. J. M. PRIDE, M. P. Office at residence, in Benham-property, on Thorington street. Algona, • • Iowa- JAS. BARR, M. D., PHYSICIAN AND SURGEON, Office at residence. Algona, Iowa. L. K. GARFIELD, M. D., PHYSICIAN AND SURGEON, Offl«e on State street, Algona, Iowa. REPUBLICAN CONVENTION. A contention of the Republican electors of KoRsnth County will be held at the Court Mouse Hall in Algona, on Friday, June 34th, at 1 o'clock p. m. for the purpose of selecting nine (9) delegates to the State Convention to be held in Des Moines on June 29th, and nine (9) delegates to the Congressional Convention to be held In Boone June 30th ; also to elect County Coimnlt- teemen, and transact sueh other business as may properly come before the convention. The representation, to which the several townships will be entitled, will be as follows : One delegate for each township and one additional delegate for every twenty-live votes, or fraction of thirteen or over, cast for Hiram 0. Wheeler I or Governor, at the general election held on November 3,1891 : , Votes. Delegates Algona First Ward 78 4 Second Ward »3 5 Third Ward B3 3 Fourth', Ward 87 4 Burt l«i 6 Buffalo 33 2 Cresco «2 3 Fenton 34 2 Greenwood 120 6 German 20 2 (Jarfield is 2 Hebron 1C ? Harrison 27 •« Irtington W> 4 LoitsCreek 15 2 LuVenie <•» J Ledyard •*? * Portland 78 4 PlumCreek 49 » Prairie 8 ' Ramsey 4t J Kiverdale 36 2 Seneca 31 *• Swea « £ Sherman w i Springfield 16 2 Union 59 3 Wesley 120 « Whlttemore 77 4^ 90 C. M. DOXSKK, Chairman. andidate in '88, and four years of an administration almost irreproachable from any standpoint that the official acts of the executive may be considered, have doubled his strength and availability as a party leader. There is but one stronger man in the republican party than President Harrison, and had it not been for a letter written last February he would have been chosen without opposition as the leader of the republican armies in the presidential campaign. The renora- ination of President Harriron does not mean that there will be any hanging back upon the part of those who were opposed to the Harrison cause previous to the convention at Minneapolis. There are no better republicans than the republicans who wished for the nomination of Mr. Blaine. .A stronger candidate for the vice presidency than Whitelaw Reid could not have been nominated. Torn as it is by Tammany and disrupted by the Cleveland following it will be a mir acle if the democratic party is able to carry New York state with Whitelaw Reid upon the republican ticket. The republican party is strong in its candidates and strong in its position upon the questions that are to mark out the battle lines of the campaign. With the record of the McKinley bill before the country the cause of protection was never stronger. The split in the republican party upon the silver question is not patching to the division in the democratic party. The republican party is upon the right side of the free coinage question, and the people are upon the same side as the republican party. The triumph oi Benjamin Harrison, protection and honest money now has the appearance of a reasonable certainty. Consumption. The most to be dreaded of all diseases ften begin in a simple cold, simple* neg- ected. No cough should be allowed to un a single day without using the finest emedy in the world, Dr. Bale's Household Cough Cure. It acts like magic, trenglhening the lungs, allaying all ir- itation and cures a cough where all ther remedies fail. 35 and 50c. bottles at L. A. Sheetz drug store. Teacher: Bobby, where do we get our lugar?—Bobby: From the Sugar cane.— Teacher: Correct. Now, Edward, where do we get our soap?—Edward: From he soapstone. Let me Show you what a saving I have made during the ast year by being my own doctor. taetyearl paid out $96.25 for doctors and their medicine; this year I paid $5.00 'or six bottles of Sulphur Bitters, and hey have kept health in my whole family. They are the best and purest medicine ever made.—Charles King, 60 Temple Street, Boston Mass. Senator Palmer, of Illinois, would be the most formidable candidate that the democrats could nominate, but they won't nominate him. Among other strong points in his favor he has a war record of which he has no reason to be ashamed—a rare thing for a democrat. ALGONA, IOWA. G. T. WEST, M. D., PHYSICIAN AND SURGEON, Office at residence. Algona, Iowa, DR. L. A. SHEETZ, DRUGGIST AND STATIONER, Prescriptions filled. Deals in paints, oils, books, perfumeries, etc. Dor. State and Thorington sts. Aluona.Iowa. i , . - ___- — 'T.J. FELLING, M. D. PHYSICIAN AND SURGEON, Consultation in English and German. Over Goetch's store, Whlttemore, Iowa. CHAS. McCORMACK, ECLECTIC PHYSICIAN, Guarantees to cure Catarrh. All telegrams will receive prompt attention and I will pay for the same. Wesley, Iowa. E. E. SAYERS, D. V. M., VETERINARY PHYSICIAN AND SURGEON, «^-Office west of the Thorington House, AJfiona.Iowa. HOSPITAL Accommodations. DANSON & HUTCHISON, REAL ESTATE, INSURANCE. Office over Kossuth County B\nk. Also do a loan and insurance business. Algona, Iowa. MaiLe is contemplating the return of Mr. Blaine to the United States Senate. Senator Hale's term expires in March and it is proposed to make Mr. Blaine Senator in his place if he will accept Ihe office. Will Mr. Blaine accept? His friends are anxiously asking the question. If he is elected to the Senate and accepts the office it means a nomination for the presidency in 1896 if he wants it. If he refuses the senatorship it means that he is determined upon retirement to private life and that his political career is ended. His action in the senatorship matter will be watched with great interest. If Mr. Blaine is out of politics in 1896 it will require no prophetic vision to see the almost certain nomination of Major McKinley. Cheap ItntON on Mia Milwaukee. On June 2flth a special excursion train will run to Clear Lake, leaving Algona at 9:40 a. m., returning will leave Clear Lake at c: p. m. There will be preaching both morning and afternoon by Rev, Samuel P. Jones, the noted evangelist, and other exercises. First-class band and vocal music. The admission coupon admits the holder to all meetings and privileges of the grounds during the day. $1.15 for the round trip, . 37-38 For the 4th of July excursion tickets will be sold on the C. M. & St. r. ll'y at fare and a third for the round trips, selling July 2d, 3d and 4th, return coupons good until July 5th. 37-8 For the Triennial Conclave Knights Templar to be held at Denver, Col,, In August, a rate of one lowest, limited first-class fare for the round trip will be In effect from all stations on the C. M,&8t. P. By, 37-38 For the Convention of Young Peoples' Society of Christian Endeavor, to be held at New York City July 7-10, special excursion tickets will be sold by theC. M. & St. P. Ky at fare one way for the round trip to Chicago. Through fare $27.53. 37-38 For the Annual Convention of the National Educational Association to be held at Saratoga Springs, N. V., July 12-15 special excursion tickets will be sold by the C. M. & 8t. P. R'y at fare one way for the round trip, plus |2, 37-8 C. B. MATSON, REAL ESTATE, FARM LOANS AND INSURANCE, Office with Dingley & Moft'att. Algona, Iowa GEO. C. CALL, REAL, ESTATE AND ABSTRACT OFFICE For information in regard to lands in Northwestern Iowa, write to him, Thorington street, Algona, Iowa. Prohibited from sending its circulars and advertising matter through the mails, the Louisiana State Lottery is getting ahead of the government by sending its literature out concealed in copies of New Orleans papers marked "sample copy." The Louisiana Lottery case illustrates how an institution that has been branded as a criminal by the law can sometimes exist and do business in spite of the law. The big lottery is not killed, but it is hampered about by obstructions that cripple its operation beyond measure. There is prospect that Louisiana will eventually be able to shake off the monster. The anti lottery law has not proved sufficient to crush out the lottery, neither has the prohibitory law been sufficient to crush out the saloon. Both institutions however have been seriously crippled, and there would be just as much reason in an argument for the repeal of the anti-lottery law as there is in the argument for the repeal of prohibition. Partial prohibition of an evil is better than no prohibition at all. A. D. CLARKE & CO. FARM LOANS. Office on Dodge street, Algona, Iowa. 3OTTS. P. L. SLAGLE, Manufacturer of and dealer in Harness and Harness Goods, ALGONA, IOWA, WATCHES, E. G. BOWYER, UKALKlt IX CLOCKS AND JEWELRY, All kinds of Silverware. Repairing a specialty. The enthusiasm of the Blaine men at Minneapolis for their candidate, will be turned into enthusiasm for president Harrison and the republican ticket. The president as the nominee of his party will have no more loyal supporters than the loyal legions of the republican party who desired the nomination of Blaine. There will be no Achilles among the Blaine men to sit sulking in his tent, In an interview with the Boston Journal following the action of the convention at Minneapolis Mr. Blaine expressed himself as follows: "The resolution, energy and persistency which marked the proceedings of the convention at Minneapolis will, if turned against the common foe, win the election in November. All minor differences should be merged in the duty of every Republican to dp all in his power to elect the ticket this day nominated by the National Republican convention." JAMES G. BLAINK. The sentiments of loyalty expressed by Mr. Blaine, are the sentiments of the Blaine element of the republican party. MILLIONA1EES. Home Market Bulletin: To disprove the democratic assertion that protection is for a favored few, the New York Trib une has just published, subject to correc tion, a full list of millionaires in this country, giving their names, addresses and the source of their fortunes. In a total of 2,932 only 978 made thei money in so-called protected industries In those commonly called unprotected such as merchandising, banking and deal ing in real estate, the number is 1,832 and there is a class, composed chiefly o cattle growers and the owners of valuabl patents, which numbers 115. These fig ures do not include New York City, bu a great majority of the millionaires ther belong to the class not directly bene fitted by the tariff. Calling the population, exclusive o New York City, 68,000,000, there is onlj one millionaire to each 21,486 people, and only one in each 64,417 who acquired his wealth in a "protected" industry. But, as a matter of fact, there are no non-protected industries. Protection against goods capable of being imported establishes an economic condition for the whole country, promoting business in all lines, and diffusing its benefits upon all, because it keeps our money at home and our people employed. The fact that there are net half so many great fortunes in the class called protected as in the classes called non-protected, proves that protection is not for a favored few. No such princely fortunes have been made in this country, not even by the Carnegies, as were made in the Bessemer steel industry in free-trade England. A letter from Sir Henry Bessemer, published in the Journal of the Iron and Steel Institute, of Great Britain, in 1890, shows that "by the mere commercial working of the process, apart from the patent, each of the firm partners retired after fourteen years from the Sheffield works, with eighty-one times his subscribed capital, or an average of nearly 100 per cent every two months, a result probably unprecedented in the annals of commerce." In no other country is there such a general distribution of property as in America. More farmers own the land they till and more wage earners own their homes than anywhere else. And Mr. Edward Atkinson, of Boston, the eminent statistical) and economist, though a free trader, admits that "under existing institutions and existing If.ws, the working classes, in the sense in which they use that word, have been securing to their own use and enjoyment an increasing share of an increasing product," and that "the richer classes, controlling and using capital, are securing to their use, control, and enjoyment, a diminishing share of the same increasing product." What a piece of folly it would be to repeal the "existing laws" that favor all this general prosperity, and enact in their place laws like those of England under which capital can double itself every two months, while "millions of families," as confessed by John Bright, the great Englishman, are "passing ghastly, sorrow- stricken, in never ending procession from their cradles to their graves!" Mrs. Bunting (near-sighted): What is the object of the notice on that tree?— Bunting (who sees that it reads, "Beware of the dog"): It is put there that he who reads may run. Marshall Hall's ready method in drowning, as to what to do and how to do it, will be found in Dr. Kaufman's Medical Work; fine colored plates from life Send three 2- cent stamps, to pay postage, to A. P. Ordway & Co., Boston, Mass., and receive a copy free. Did you keep even with that book agent, as you said you would?—No, not exactly. I told him I couldn't read, and he took my order for a spelling book. The Two Great Meeting*. The aext annual meeting of the National Educational Association will be held at Saratoga Borings. N. Y.. from July 12th to 15th, and tne Young People's Society of Christian Endeavor will hold an Inteanational Convention In Mew York City from July 7th to loth. For both of these gatherings the North- Western Line (Chicago & worth-western K'y) which reaches so many of the Important points In the State of Town, has made exceedingly favorable arrangements In regard to rates, tranporta- tion, etc. Perfect train service, an equipment consisting of solid vestibuled trains, free reclining chair cars, standard day coaches and model die ing cars and a thoroughly constructed and well-ballasted road-bed, have combined to reader the "North-Western" the popular route from points in Iowa to the East, The rates via this favorate line will be very low, while the arrangements as to limits, etc.. will be extremely liberal. Those who desire further information concerning rates, routes and other details should apply to any agent of the Chicago & North-Western R'y, or address W. A. Thrall, G. P. & T. A., Chicago. 111. 30-3 A Sensible Man Would use Kemp's Balsam for the throat and lungs. It is curing more cases of coughs, colds, asthma, bronchitis, croup and all throat and lung troubles, than any other medicine. The proprietor has authorized any druggist to give you a sample bottle free to convince you of the merit of this great remedy. Large bottles 50c. and f 1. 4 The best spring medicine is a dose or two of St. Patrick's Pills. They not only physic but cleanse the whole system and purify the blood. For sale by Dr. L. A. Sheetz. an What is Arbor day, anyway?—It is occasion when even loyal citizens indulge in treasonable proceedings. Mother: Johny needs a new pair of shoes.—Father: Good gracious! One would think that that boy was a 'quadruped ! Robert, you may give the name of some wild flower, said the teacher in botany. Robert thought awhile, and then said: 'Well, I reckon Injun meal.comes about as near being wild flour as anything I know of. A BSOLUTELY FREE. The publishers of the Family Journal are determined to tersely Increase the circulation of their paper. To do this we make the following unparalleled offer: We will send absolutely free, postage prepaid, the celebrated T7AMIT V PfllW RfUUT to each person sending rAflULl tUU&-DUUA. U8 25c for a six-months subscription to the FAMILY JOURNAL. This cook book is sent to each six-months subscriber, and will be found an almost invaluable culinary guide in the hands of the most experienced housekeeper, as well as a necessity to the inexperienced. It possesses the one great advantage over all other cook books published by being a comprehensive compilation of economical recipes suited to housewives with limited means. Under other heads recipes for numerous table luxuries are given. In fact this cook book is a compendium of useful recipes used and originated by the most celebrated chefs, cooks and pastry bakers of the present day. With the Family Cook Book as a guide, no housewife need worry how to prepare the most sumptuous or most frugal repast. Remember we send this book absolutely free to every six-months' stubscriber to the Family Journal. This Is no cheap book. It retails as high as $2 and is worth many times more. THE FAMILY JOURNAL *<>A paper, handsomely illustrated, and containing in connection with charming stories and choice literature, such special features as "household hints," "The Fashions," The Household Poc- tor," and numerous other departments of domestic interest.each ably edited by well-known writers on the various topics mentioned. Six- months subscription is only 25c and entitles the sender to a single copy of the Cook Book. Send 25c in postal note or stamps to THE FAMILY JOURNAL CO., 33-40 89 Plymouth Place, Chicago. Now is the time to visit J. R. Laird's furniture store when you can get your choice from his mamoth stock. 32tf -For Your- C. M. & St. P. Ky. Democratic National Convention to be held at Chicago beginning June 21st excursion tickets will be sold June 17th to 21st, return coupon good until July 6th, at one fare for the round trip ($11.53). For the 2nd Annual Convention Baptist Young People Union of America, which meets at Detroit, Mich., July 14 17, a rate of one lowest limited first-class fare will be in effect from Algona via the C. M. & St. P. R'y. T O EENT-A Mc_ntyre. HOUSE. Inquire of Jennie 32tf. GROCERIES We will give you some Bargains in all kinds of Groceries, Crockery and Glassware. Try our H- FLOUR -H- We will suit you better in Quality and Price. We still have some choice APPLES at a very low price. S TBAYED.—From the old Lacy barn last Friday morning, a bob-tailed sorrel bald- faced mare, 5 years old, weight about 1,000 Ibs. Finder report to P. J. CHRISTENBBN. 3itl F OR SALE—A first-class Sewing Machine at a bargain. Inquire at the REPUBLICAN office. If you contemplate purchasing a machine it will pay you te look up this one before buying. It has never been used and will be sold at a better figure than any agent will give you. W ANTED.—Every person, male or female, desiring light pleasant and profitable employment at home or ill traveling," requiring no capital, incurring no expense and whereby money can be easily made during leisure hours, to address for particulars W. D. Pearne, room 7, Third & Brady Block, Davenport Iowa. 30-37 LEWIS A. DlLLEY. LEGAL BLANKS. Warranty Deed, Quit Claim Deed, Leases, Real Estate Mortgage, Chatttel Mortgage, Satisfaction of Mortgage, Original Notice, Land Contracts, Contracts foi Building School House, Notice Trial, Probate of Will, Tax Sale Notices, Petition Blanks, District Township Blanks, Oath Blanks, Blank Receipt Books, Blank Note Books, etc. etc. t3T"Any form made to order. THE REPUBLICAN Hotel and Restaurant. A. P. HALL, Proprietor, State Street, Algona. Lodging aud meals. Board by the day or week. Terms $1 per day, $3.50 per week with , $2.60 per week for day board. JtEPUJSLlCAN PItONPECTH FOR SUCCESS IN NO\'E'MllEli. The republican ticket has been named, now for the campaign. The party will have magnificent leadership under Harrison and Reid and there is every reason to look for republican success. President Harrison proved a strong A Great Surprise Is in store for all who use Kemp's Balsam for the throat and lungs, the great guaranteed remedy. Would you beleive that it is sold on its merits and that any druggist is authorized by the proprietor of this wonderful remedy to give you a sample bottle free? It never fails to cure acute or chronic coughs. All druggists sell Kemp's Balsam. Large Bottles 50 cents and $1. 4 Mrs. Figg: Where is that custard I put away this noon?—Tommay: I—] guess it vanished into the empty heir. The merit of Hood's Sarsaparillais not accidental but is the result of careful study and experiment by educated pbarma ciets. Of The Normal School Will Open June 20th and continue Six Weeks. The Session will be held for the benefit of teachers and those intending to teach, and all others who need thorough reviews in any of the common branches, or of other work which it offers. There will be classes in Arithmetic, Algebra, U. S. History, Political Geography, Physical Geography Grammar, Rhetoric, Reading, Physiology, Penmanship and Didactics. TUITION for the six weeks ____ $6.00 | BOARD and room, per week — $2.50 The use of all Text-books will be furnished free. Teachers whose schools are not out by June 20th will enter at any time during tlie Session, and pay tuition in proportion to the time they are in attendance. Those w isbing further information wiil call on or ' zx? » "11 B ffi •-d I CT5 OO

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