THE T1PPJ0R DBS MOINES; ALGONA, IOWA, WJ2UNii2£DAY, OCTOBER 4, 189& Work all the time (ot horse to pull a poorly greased wagon. It's iiafd on the wagon, too. te helpful to horse and wagon alike. It does away with the old-time troubles of poor wagon grease. It's the slickest grease you ever saw. Sold by all dealers. Wadham's Oil and Grease Co. MILWAUKEE, WIS. FINANCIAL. Kossuth County State Bank CAPITAL .............................. 850,000 Incorporated under general laws of Iowa. Deposits received, money loaned, foreign and domestic exchange bought and Hold. Collections made promptly, and a general banking business transacted. Passage tickets to or from the old countries sold at lowest rates. WM. H. 1NGHAJ1 ................... President J. B. JONES .................... Vice President LEWIS H. SMITH ...................... Ciisliier Directors— Win. H. Intrham, John G. Smith, J. 13. Jones, T. Ohrlschllies, Lewis H. Smith, J. "W. Wadsworth, Barnet Devlne. The First CAPITAL S50.000 Special attention given to collections. AMBROSE A. CAljb President 1). H. HUTCHINS Vice President ."WM. K. FERGUSON Cashier Directors—D. H. Hutnhlns, S. A. Ferguson, Plilllp Dorweller, W. V. Carter, Ambrose A. Call, R. II. Sptnciir, Win. K. Ferguson. Money always on hand to loan at reasonable rates to parties furnishing [Irst-class security. CASH CAPITAL, S!U>,<)00. 3$ ante* ALGOHA, IOWA. Officers and Dlrailon— A, D. Clarice, President, C. C. Chubb, Vlco Prest., Chud, 0. St. Glair, Cashier, Geo. L. Galbraith, W. C. Tyrrell, Myron Sclienck, Thos. F. Cooku. General Banking. PKIVA.TE HAPKTY DEPOSIT VAULTS. PROFESSIONAL. •^~*~~*^~^s-^,^f-^~^j~^n^~*~^^-^-*-***- CEO, E. CLARKE, ATTORNEY AT LAW. Office over First National bank, Algona, la. W. B. QUARTON, ATTORNEY AT LAW. Over Kossuth County bank, Algona, Iowa. E. H. CLARICE, ATTORNEY AT LAW. Collection agent. Opera House block. W. C. DANSON, ATTORNEY AT LAW. Loans and collections. Over Dunlull & Co.'s. S. S. SESSIONS, ATTORNEY AT LAW. Prompt collections. Money to loan on chattel security. Over Chriscliilies' store. L. K. GARFIELD, M. D t) PHYSICIAN AND SURGEON. Office, State St., one door east of Cordiugloy. Residence, McGregor St., east of tho public school building. MIL IMD FOR THE HOUSE, The Democrats Nominated Him for Representative by Acclamation Last Thursday. Up to the Last Minute He Told Them He Wouldn't Have It, but They Will Run Him just the Same. H. C. MeCOY, M. D., PHYSICIAN AND SUROEON. Special attention to city practice. PHYSICIAN AND SURGEON, Algona, Iowa. J. M. PRIDE, M. D., PHYSICIAN AND SURGEON. Office over Jno. Gooder.V store, on State street, Alguna, Io\va. T. J. FELLING, M. D., PHYSICIAN AND SURGEON. Consultation in English and Gorman. Olllco and residence over H. Goetsch's store, Whittemore, Iowa. E. S. GLASIEH, D. D. §., SURGEON DENTIST. Ofttce over the State Haul;, Algoua, Iowa. THE ALGONA SUPPLY HOUSE Will furnish you anything in tho line of CREAMERY I SUPPLIES, Prices guaranteed. Send your orders when In need of anything, and they will be a 1 . tended to promptly. The democratic county convention met Thursday, and after devoting considerable time to getting one candidate in th6 field, adjourned. The Courier says it was to see the faces at the fail- grounds, while others intimate that it was to see what the republicans do Friday. Delegations were present frhin twenty voting precincts. Mayor Thompson of Bancroft was chosen chairman, and G. M. Butts and Albert Ogrem secretaries. An informal ballot was taken ou representative, which resulted: T. H. Lantry, 08i; C. L. Lund, W; C. C. Thompson, 5. A recess was taken to see if Mr. Lantry would accept. He positively declined, and after consultation Mr. Lund was given tho nomination by acclamation. He came in and said he would not accept; that in such serious business times as these his own business Icept him busy, and that he would not make the run. At this Bro. Hinchon arose and said that his name would be put on the ticket anyway, and added with a sickly smile that of course his election was certain. This caused the stampede. The convention took two weeks to recover. It meets again Oct. 11. The Populist Ticket. The populists met Wednesday afternoon and put a full ticket in the field. M. DeL. Parsons was chosen chairman, and S. H. McNutt secretary. The question of the advisability of naming a ticket was discussed and unanimously decided in the affirmative. J. E. Bluckford then put M. DeL. Parsons in nomination as candidate for representative, nnd he was chosen without dissent. The remainder of the ticket is as follows: For treasurer, B. E. Davison; for superintendent. Miss Eva Whitney; for sheriff, Geo. V. Davis Jr.; for supervisors, Thos. Hanna ancl Jos. Christiansen. Some discussion arose over the nomination of Mr. Davis, as he has just come to tho county to live and will not be a voter at the time of the election. On taking the chair Mr. Parsons explained his position. He holds that the republicans and democrats are practically on the same platform. Mr. Blackford in one of his speeches said that Mr. Parsons would be elected and possibly part of the remainder of the ticket. FABLIAMENT OF RELIGIONS. Brief llovlow of Its AVorlt During the Past Three Weeks. To the Editor: It is no longer a question whether the parliament of religions will prove a success. The three weeks' session has proved eminently successful. Vast audiences have assembled daily in Columbus hull to listen to the general discussion of religion from all standpoints, while other halls in the great art building on the lake shore have beun well filled by those who wished to consider special phases of religious work. Dr. John Barrows, Joseph Cook, Rev. Washington Gladden, and many other Christian loaders have sat side by sido with Buddhists and Brahmins, and Jews, and have listened courteously to the presentation of truth from their standpoint. Judge Hanna of Boston, editor of the Christian Science Journal, gave an eloquent address from the Christian Science standpoint, which was listened to with great enthusiasm. Women contributed their quota to tho success of the congress. Rev. Marion Murdock, Rev. Antoinette Brown Blackwoll, Mrs. Julia Ward Howe, Rov. Ida C. Hultin, Rev, Mary A. Suil'ord, and many others participated in the discussions. This must have seemed very strange to the orientals, for in their land good women are not allowed to enter the temples. The conspicuous figures on the platform wore Moozoomdur, a representative of tho Brahnio Somaj of India, a Brahmin monk from Calcutta in his yellow robes, a Buddhist Theosophist from Ceylon in a white robe, a follower of Brahm in red robes, a representative from China with tho dress of a Chinese nobleman, a Crook priest from Damascus with his long black robes, Archbishop Xante of Greece with the cross and his insignia of ollice arid his turban which was novor removed. Many of these orient- als wero young men and were lluent speakers. They seemed to bo woll versed in tho English language, especially tho Turk from Constantinople, who wore the dross of America with the exception ol the Turklsk fox; ho made ai eloquent plea for tho Christian religion The 'Buddhists and Brahmins listenec with respect during his address but a' its close all rose and left the platform There was plenty of criticism from the orientals of tho Christian religion They thought missionaries should be more scholarly, and more ineok and un pretentious. With the exception o one of tho speakers they did not thiul the Christian religion would ever pro vail in their own country. One repre (tentative from Japan, who had adoptee the American dress, thought tho time was not far distant when tho balance o power in Japan would bo in tho hand of Christians. The Buddhists ane Brahmins criticised the christiar custom of slaying animals and though it a stain upon civilization. Said Moo zoomdar in his address: "The Chioa go slaughter house would not bo tolerat ed in India. When an Englishman ha eaten a large dinner then ho says 'How I would like to go and kill some thing.' Wo cannot give life, and w are very careful in India not to tak life." From Buddhist and Jew, from Greet! and American, from Christian and pagai there was perfect agreement in regar to the grand sentiment which was s much dwelt upon by all—the fatherhoo of God and the brotherhood of man Throughout tho whole congress tho ithical side of religion wna made very imminent. The text was reiterated iver and over again: •'He that loveth lot his brother whom he hath seen how can he love God whom he hath hot een." Prof. Swing in his ownlnimlta- ile way said: " How strange that the 3ea should ever have been cherished hat God would burn his children in re everlastingly. All came from a nisunderstanding and a misinterpret- ng of four words, the words God, man, "re, and eternal." Some members of the board ol, lady nanagers arranged a meeting in order o have the Buddhists express their pinion in regard to the position of wdmen in India. A good many women were invited to be present. Questions were freely asked in regard to child widows and the inferior position ac- orded to women in that country. !"hese oriental leaders seemed to think here was much exaggeration and that he position of women in India was not o much to be deplored as some writers ivould have us think. Rev. George 'enticost of London ventured the remark that thrse scholars who came to ttend the parliament of religions were ot true representatives of the real life f the people in India, the evils which elong to their common mode of life annot be exagorated, and the position f women in that country is one of deg- adation and abuse. Rev. Mr. Hume of Connecticut, the returned missionary, n an address in which he compared iindu with Christian thought, said: The Hindu religion is abstract. It eals entirely with the inner life, it has rand sentiments, but pays little at- ention as to whether they are lived nd practiced in society. While Jhristianity with all its errors is a onstant effort to exalt character and o induce men to live out in practical fe the high ideals which the Christian oligion imposes." And now what will be the outcome of bis great parliament of religions which as brought together scholars and tiinkers from so many countries to neet on a platform, where each has een accorded perfect liberty to present he faith that is in him? Will the re- ultbegood? This question has often een asked. We believe there can be ut one answer to this question, and aat is the faith, and sympathy, and ilerance of mankind must be increased irough this great gathering which narks a new era in the world's history, "'rom this time forth we shall look pon the dwellers in China, in Japan, n India, in Turkey, and in the islands f the sea as well as in London and 'aris as friends and not enemies. We nd there are rrmny things to prize in he eastern civilization. These repre- entatives from foreign lands have told s of their thought, their customs, and heir religion in a way to command our espect and enlist our sympathy. Will lien the Christian faith dwindle and ose its force and power? We think ot. We think the memory which hese orientals jvill carry back to their ative land of the kind and Christian ourtesy which has been extended to hem in Chicago by Dr. John Barrows if the First Presbyterian church, who tood as a tower of strength the great en.fler and promoter of this parliament if human brotherhood, and his asso- iiates will be like leaven to permeate vith new life the old and effete customs the east which do not aiiel cannot neet tho demands of modern civiliza- ion. Christianity us it hns been ex- nuplified in Chicago during this par- lament of religions has taken a great itep forward. It has exemplified and ulfilled the command "go ye into all ihe world and preach the gospel to avery creature, and lo I am with you always even unto the end of the world." "n the beautiful language of the bishop )f Kentucky, this earthly parliament is ,he symbol of that great parliament ibove, where wo are gathering one by one from all nations and climes to be in ;ho immediate presence of the one icavenly Father and to go no more out oreverT c. A. I. Tubllc Xotlce Extraordinary. We wish to announce that from this late we will meet all comers at our of- Ice for the purpose of supplying them vith money in any amount, from five dollars to ten thousand, on any kind of security from a boot-jack, horse race. ;own residence, or a good farm. Coun- y fair patrons will please take notice that our office will be open at all times 'or tho accommodation of our custom- srs. SKINNER BROS. Over State Bunk, Algona. FOR SALE, Square piano in good order, on easy terms. Call at Dingley's drug store.-2514 SOME very fine Plymouth Rock and Brahma roosters for sale. John G. Smith.—2712 Fnrm for Rent. The Ingham dairy farm west of Alfona is for rent for one or more years, Jail at Kossuth County bank. / That Rain Storm Came just in time to break up the last day—the day that was to have been the great day—of the county fair. There is no knowing what might have happened if it hadn't rained. But a rain storm never interferes with business at Carters Mammoth Grocery. Rain or shine, hot or cold, no matter what the weather, like Tennyson's brook we go on forever—go on furnishing the best of everything in fine groceries and things that go to make the table look inviting. We have had this reputation for some years, and have no notion of losing it. It is ours because we've paid the price for it. Trade Stock the Largest. Quality the Finest. Prices the Lowest. Mark. New State Bank Block, Algona, Iowa. W. F. CARTER. tickets at the lowest, rales ever made on account of the world's fair. These tickets will be sold Oct. 6, 7, and 8, and the limit for return passage will be extremely liberal. For tickets and full information apply to agents Chicago & Northwestern railway.—It STOVE wood, hard or soft, in lengths desired, also soft four-foot wood forsale by M. B. Dalton.—24 LARGE, new, fresh stock just arrived at the Opera House Grocery. s Arnlrn Solve. The best salve iu the world for bruises, cuts, sores, ulcers salt rheum, fever sores, tetter, chapped haads. chilblains, corns and all skin eruptions, and positively cures piles or no pay required. It is guaranteed to give perfect satisfaction or money refunded. Price 25c a box. Sold by L. A. Sheeta. THE SUCCESSORS TO J. J. WILSON. Office and yard on Dodge street, south of State, Handles the best of all descriptions of Minneapolis Exposition. On account of the Industrial Exposition to bo held at Minneapolis, Minn., from Sept. fl to Oct. 7, 1893, the Northwestern lino will, on frequent dates, sell excursion tickets to Minneapolis and return at low rates, For tickets ancl full information apply to agents ol Chicago & Northwestern railway.-25t5 ON Aug. 22, Sept. 12, and Oct. 10, 1893, special harvest excursion tickets- will be sold by the C., M. &, St. P. Ry at one standard regular first-class fare for the round trip, plus $2, with minimum through rate of §7. FIRST-CLASS water tanks furnished on short notice at the Algona Tub factory. Also brackets, corner blocks porch columns, spindles, etc. Give us a call and we will save you money. 2514 SPITKUECK & LAMBERT. To the World's Vair, ijjiU.gS. On Oct. 6, 7, and 8 excursion ticket! for the world's fair will be sold by tin Chicago, Milwaukee & St. Paul railway from Algona to Chicago and return a $i).2o. Return coupons good until ane including Oct. 18, J893.—It -Lowest Uatos to the WorlU'a l?air The greatest celebration in tho his tpry of the World's Columbian expos! tiou will take place on Oct. U, "Chicago Day," and for tho benefit of those whi desire to witness the grand parades magnificent fireworks, and the man; other special attractions which hav been arranged for on tht\t day, th Northwestern line will sell excursioi Which includes everything that is possibly needed for the construction of anything jrom a picket fence to the very finest residence. WE MEET ALL COMPETITION, Come and give us a chance to figure your bills, and we will prove to you that what we say is the truth. A VETERAFS VERDICT. The War is Over. A Well-known Soldier, Correspondent and Journalist Makes a Disclosure. Indiana contributed her thousands r>! l<rn ve soldiers to tho war, and no malt: Iji'iir* a i 11- lorrecord in that respect than U nor:;, lu litcralnru it is rapidly iii-cjulriir.; i. n inviablo place. In war and Hioi-iMii-ti •olomon Yewell, well known us a wriic-r :is "tiol," has won an honorable position, l.-ur- 11;; the lato war ho was a member of Co. M, Jil. N, Y. Cavalry and of tho 13th Ii!di:m:>. Infantry Volunteers. Regarding uri important circumstance ho writes as follows: '•Several of us old veterans liuro urn ;:•''<; Dr. Miles' Restorative Nervine, Iloi'ri- <'• :» and Nerve and Liver Pills, ail of them ;.:! ••':•.-: splendid satisfaction. In fact, wo hnvi- m. M *• used remedies that compare with tlif.i. I-' tho Pills wo. must say they aro iho IK-..;. <•' '•'.• blnation of tho qualities required in a i'";*- urat Ion of their nature wuhavo ever kru'.n. We have none but words of pralsu for lli.m. They are tho outgrowth of a now principle ii\ medicine, and tono up Iho system wonderfully, Wo say 10 all, try thc^u ivnifilics" —Solomon Yewoll, Marlon, 1ml., De-:.», lsl'2. These remedies are sold hy all drupglrsis <;i| a positive guarantee, or nont; direct by the Dr. Miles Medical Co., Elkliart, Ind.. on ru- celpt of price, SI per bottle, six bottles S3, express prepaid. They positively coutalu iiuliiiot oaiatos iior dangerous drugs'- SOLD BY DRUGGISTS. is stamped in the best watch cases made. It is the trade mark of the Keystone Watch Case Company, of Philadelphia, the oldest, largest and best- known factory in the world— 1500 employees, capacity 2000 cases daily. Its products are sold by all jewelers. It makes the celebrated Jas. Boss Filled Watch Cases, now fitted with the only bow (ring) which cannot be pulled off the case—the The undersigned having bought out the meat market formerly owned by H. J. Edens wish to say that they will be glad to meet all old customers, as well as the new ones that may favor them with their patronage, hoping by kind treatment and fair dealing to receive a part of the public patronage. SHADLE&SON. NOTICE TO OCCUPYING CLAIMANT. STATE OF IOWA, KOSSUTH COUNTY, ss.—Gard- ner Cowles, Mike Ewen, Win. Schiltz, Jas. and Geo. Farley, B. W. Haggard, Alden H. Whitcomb, Thos. F. Cooke, David Davis, Katherine, Win. F., Herman J., Lizzie, and J. F. Doderer, and to all whom it may concern: The commissioner appointed to view a highway petitioned for by Win. Schiltz and others lias reported in favor of Its location as follows: Commencing at the southeast corner of section 17, township 08, range 28, and running east on section line to the southeast corner of section 15, township 08, range !38; and all objections thereto or claims for damages must be filed in the county auditor's office on or before noon of the 20th day of November, 180H, or such highway will bo established without reference thereto. Witness my hand and seal this 10th day of September, 189IJ. C. M. DOXSEE, ;iGt4 County Auditor. POR A NEW OOTJNTY JAIL. Kesolved, by the board of supervisors of Kossuth county, Iowa, at the September, 189U, regular session: That the following question be and Is submitted at the next regular election, to-wit: " That the sum of $7,000 bo raised by a special tax to build a jail in and for said county; that a tax of one and one-half mills shall be levied upon the taxable property of said county for the year of 1803." All the legal voters of said county who shall be in favor of tho foregoing proposition and resolution shall deposit ballots having written or printed thereon the following words, to-wlt: " For Jail Tax;" and all of said legal voters who shall be opposed to said proposition and resolution shall deposit ballots having written or printed thereon tho following words, towlt: "Against Jail Tax." By order of the board of supervisors of Kossuth county, Iowa. C. M. DOXSEE, 2414 County Auditor. Askyourjewelerforpamphlet. E. G. VOWYER, Ayent. NOTICE OF PEOBATE OF WILL. STATE OF IOWA, KOSSUTH COUNTY, ss.—D trlct Court in and foj; Kossuth County. To whom it may concern: Whereas, on tho 31st day of August, 1803, a paper purporting to be the last will and testament of John Goeders Sr., late of said county, deceased, was tiled In my office, and on the 20th day of Sen tember, 1803, was by me opened and publicly read; and the llth day of October, 1803, Is appointed and fixed as tho time when the same will come before the court, at tho October term thereof then to bo hold, as the duly executed last will and testament of the said Johh Goeders Sr., deceased, at which time all persons Interested may appear and show cause why the same should not be admitted to piv bate. Dated this 20th day of September, 1803. B. F. CHOSE, 2713 Clerk of the District Court. T EGAL BLANKS— -M Buy them at the Upper 3}es Molueso fu«e and get toe most approved forms. NOTICE TO OCCUPYING CLAIMANT. STATE OF IOWA, KOSSUTII COUNTY, ss.—Win. Schiltz, Alden H. Whitcomb, Jesse A. Humiston, J. Callanan and J. C. Savery, Delia A. Davis, Wm. Larrabee, John Punke, Ola O. Bracke, G. F. Holloway, Chicago, Milwaukee & St. Paul Railway Company, William Campbell, Henry Punke, Mike Ewen, Katharine, Wm. F., Herman J., Lizzie, and J. F. Doderer, Win. E. Wellington, Michael Winter, Norman Collar, and to all whom It litay concern: The commissioner appointed to view a high- ivay petitioned for by Michael Sandt and others has reported in favor of Its location as follows: Commencing at the north quarter post of section 21, township 08, range 28, and running thence south on the half section line to .he south quarter post of said section 21; also jammencing at the northeast corner of section 10, township 08, range 28, thence running south on section line to southeast corner of section 22, township 08, range 28; and all ob- lections thereto or claims for damages must je filed in the county auditor's onlce on or before nooii of the 20th day of November, 1803, or such highway will be established without reference thereto. Witness my hand and seal this 10th day of eptember, 18U3. C. M. DOXSEE, 20t4 County Auditor. NOTICE TO OCCUPYING CLAIMANT. STATE OF IOWA, KOSSUTH COUNTY, ss.—F E Smith, M. Stephens, F. O. and A. W. Qulst. Edward Eberllen, Geo. W. Wells, W. S Drake, Geo. N. Freco, Clara O. Dunlap, Ellas Curtis, N. J. Patrick, Jas. T. Spellmau, J. F. Gllmore, State Bank of Ledyard, Wm T Dixon, J. M. Ooggeshall, Jas. McDermott' Nels P. Sjostrum, E. Caldwell, J, F. Lacy and to all whom It may concern: The commissioner appointed to view a highway petitioned for by Frank Weimer and others has reported in favor of its location as follows: Commencing on state line at corner post between sections 7 and 8, township 100 range 28, and running thence south on section linos and terminating at tho south lino of Sprlngflold township; and all objections thereto or claims for damages must be llled iu tho county audltor'a office on or before noon of the 20th day of November, 1803, or such highway will be established without reference thereto. Witness iny hand and seal this 10th day of September, 1 03. C. M. DOXSEE, ~°t4 County Auditor. NOTICE '.0 OCCUPYING CLAIMANT, STATE OF IOWA, KOSSUTH COUNTY, ss —D H Hutchlus. Wm. T. Taylor, Christian Dau, I G. Sehryver, Bethsheba Friuk, Adam Palmer, and to all whom it may concern; The commissioner appointed to view a hlith- way petitioned for by August Dau and others has reported In favor of Its location as follows • Commencing at the northwest corner of section 15, township 1)0. range 20, running thence east on north Hue said section variation 7 degrees 45 minutes, east 18 chains, thence south ? '~ "|:£ e in e ? 30 lmn " tos ! e !«t 7 chains, thence south 80 decrees 52 minutes, east SO ana 25100 chains, thence north 00 degrees !10 miii utes, east 5.85 chains, thence north -24 daur««M UO minutes, oast 8.50 chains, more or leito north lino of said section 16, thenco east'on section lino to south quarter post of section 11, township 00, range 20; and all objections thereto or claims for damages must be llled in the county auditor's olllco on or before noon of tho 80th day of November, 1803 or such thwJto y WiU be osuwllil " )a without reference Witness my hand and seal this 10th dav of September, isOU. o. M, DOXSEE sotl County Auditor.
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