The Algona Republican from Algona, Iowa on October 9, 1895 · Page 3
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StP-t/'Ifl" 6Hfr?!WVnfifr AcTuXitY WORTH fcNSCOPAL TRIENNIAL CONVENTION ASSEMBLES At MINNEAPOLIS. r OF wfcfcfc's ^MtlHTHB- -Cgfei THREE BUTTON BAND 3 BUTTON SACK FWCR.„ SWHICH ROLLS OR BUTTONS AT PLEASURE*. ICH ROLLS OR BUTTONS AT PLEASURE*. Uy1 HTBCr *ftiE 5LEfiVC$ABB FINISHED OFF WITH THE kfliQl. _ _~ ANN ST.,-, POOR WEST OF NASSAU; NISW YORK CITY. MADE OF FOREIGN WOOLENS FROM THE FAMOUSMILLS OF LEEDS HUD- TMTRSFtELti CLIVEDEN. WESTMINSTER, - BANNOCKRUUK AND GALASHIEI.S, ?<?$P?I?IN? THi LATEST TOLORttGS AND DESIGNS IN CLAY UlAOONAt?, WH PC?R^S CASSIMEREs, WORSTEDS, BEDFORD CORDS, TWEEDS, SCOTCH CHEVIOTS; PLAIN AND MIXED VICUNAS AMD ALL OTHER FASHIONABLE GOODS. ALL *EAMS SEWED WITH SILK, EDGES CORDED, FLAT BRAIDED OR CORD STITCH OUR CELEBRATED CTTUXBEll-FlTTED TROUSERS, WHICH IS ALSO JSl U^ANTEE AGAINST BAGGING AT THE KNEE, WILL CONSTITUTE ONE OF THE FEATURES OF THE DUNKAVEN SUIT. THE LININGS AND TRIMMINGS OF THE ENTIRE SUIT ARE FIRST-CLASS. OUR BOOK OF STYLES AND SELF-MEASUREMENT BLANK, EXPLAINING IN A SIM?™ WAY HOW TO MEASURE YOURSELF, TOGETHER WITH SAMPLES, FORWARDED UPON AP't'MCAttON. tt la a Great Gathering of Churchmen, ami Will lie In Session for Several Weeks — JmposSnB Opening Scriloes. Bishop Whipple Presides. MINNEAPOLIS, Oct. 4.—Tho churchmen of the country have taken possession of Minneapolis, and for Ihc next (hreo or four weeks they will be its honored guests. They have corne here for business, and With one accord will look after the interests of the church in America, but at the same time their stay will be made as pleasurable as possible. It is no small matter that can call such men as J. Pierpont Morgan, F. L. Stetson, S. G. Cutting, ex-United States Senator George F. Edmunds, etc., away from their work for 20 days, but. in their minds this convention is of sufficient importance to cause them to gladly give up the time to the cause of the church. The greater part of the bishops of the church, together with the cream of the clergy and laity, participated in the formal and ceremonious opening of the supreme body, to which hundreds of thousands of Christians look for the advice and guidance under which the church moves on to the fulfillment of its high destiny. The convention proper opened with celebration of the holy communion at Gethsemane church. The procession of bishops was headed by the choir of Gethsemane church—24 boys and 14 IN DAYS Without change of cars. All meals served m dm- ing cars. Palace drawing-room sleeping cars and tourist sleepers are run through to ban Francisco without change, with annex sleeping cars to Los Angeles, leaving Chicago daily via THE North -Western Line Variable rout tourist tickets, to California and the health and pleasure resorts of the south, on sale at VERY LOW RATES. Detailed , .ormation can be obtained upon application . CHICAGO & MGUTH -WESTERN R'Y, GREAT VALUE FOR + + + + * LITTLE MONEY. WEEKLY NEWS OF THE WORLD FOR A TRIFLE. V .H twenty-page journal, is the leading republican family paper of the Unite'd States., It is a National Family Paper, and gives pll the general news of the United States. It gives the events of foreign lands in a nutshell. Its "Agricultural" department has no superior in the country. Its "Mrket Reports" are recognized authority. Separate departments for "The Family Circle," Our Young Folks and Science and Mechanics, Its Home and Society columns command the admiration of wives and daughters. Its general political news, editorial and discussions are comprehensive, brilliant and exhaustive. A SPECIAL CONTRACT —«enables us to offer this splendid journal and THE HEPUBLICAN for ONE YEAR FOR ONLY $1.85, CASH IN ADVANCE. [The regular subscription for the two papers is $2.50.] SUBSCRIPTIONS MAY BEGIN AT ANY TIME. .THE ALGONA REPUBLIGAN, Address all orders to rite your name and address on a postal card, sehd it to Room 8, Tribune Building, New York City, and sample copy of YORK WEEKLY TRIBUNE will be mailed to you. rr^TTr* TIVT^TT^T^T'S f~\<f*^T2 A TVT THE INTER UCEAN ,— —IS THE- Most Popular BepukUcan Newspaper of the West And Has tfoe Largest Circulation. TERMS BY MAIL PAII.Y DAILY (with Sunday) e P3R YEAR'. per yepr PW year v , thf times In oil Curing AUU THfc ©C A FAMILY PAPER IS NOT EXCELLED BY ANY, It of !tho IW3W EISHOP WHIFFLE. men. Dr. Hart, the secretary of the house of bishops, and Dr. Hutchius, the secretary of the house of deputies, appeared with Rev. J. J. Faude, rector of Gethsemane church, between the choir and the bishops. The latter numbered 60, there being about a dozen or so who could not be here at the opening service. Bather a Gorgeous Sight. It was a somewhat gorgeous sight to see all the bishops wearing their rich vestments and degree hoods, which are worn only on great occasions. The junior bishop, Rev. Frank R. Millspaugh of Kansas, was the leading bishop, and Bishop Whipple of Minnesota brought up the rear, except that the two Canadian bishops occupied the position of honor in the rear. As the head of the procession reached the front of the broad aisle it came to a stop and the front lines opened up to allow the bishops to pass through in the order of their service. Only eight bishops went inside the'chancel rail. Bishop Whippie, the presiding bishop, occupied the position of honor on the left of the altar, Bishop Coxe, Western New York, was on the right of the altar. On the left, with Bishop Whipple, ,were the archbishop of Rupert's Land, the bishop of Saskatchewan and Bishop Tuttle, Missouri. On the right of the altar, with Bishop Coxe, were the bishop of Q'Appelle, Bishop Neely, Maine, and Bishop Gilbert, Minnesota. Bishop Whipple In Charge. Bishop Whipple, as presiding bishop, had geneeral oversight of the opening services and took charge of the communion service. The archbishop of Ruperts Land read the gospel, and Bishop Neely of Maine read the epistle. Bishop Gilbert of Minnesota received the alms in the gold alms basin, which came from England, and is valued at $15,000, It has been in this city for some time, {safely stored away in a loan and trust company's vault. The sermon was preached by Arthur Cleveland Coxe, bishop of Western New York, and perhaps the ablest man in the American church today, BisUops and Deputies Meet. The house of bishops was called to order by Bishop Whipple, the first busi* ness in order being the presentation of bishops appearing in the house of bishops for the ftrst time. The presiding bishop Announced the names < of those who had died since the last meeting and said the Lord's Prayer, a special prayer, and collects, The house of bishops was then ready for business and proceeded to the election of officers. Dr. Morgan Pis was ohosen to preside over the house of deputies, the great representative gathering of clergy and laymen, for a fourth consecutive cou» yention, Pr, Charles g, Hutohins, who Jias served sfl secretary of the house einoe 1874, when Bishop Perry was ele* vatefl to the episcopate, was also re. elected, and the machinery of the house put well ander way. The opening. g»» ° f the battle on con* ptitutionai revision was fire^ shortly be' fore the close of the session^ wjninpr, Uoffwan of JTew York, representing the jpint copmissipn, presented its repp$ Without radtogi Wl moved tha,t it be made tlw special order for n & m; TH™ Oct. 1. Governor Brown of Kentucky has issued a strong proclamation to the mayor of Li.tiisville to slop the Murplir-Gritfin flghl. In the United States circuit court at St. Paul Judge Sanborn confinned tlie nomination of the new Northern Pacific receivers. At Rockfortl, Ills., Leonard Preston, a young bank clerk, imitl George Ashbrook of Janesville, Wis., were drowned by 1he capsizing of a canoe. The ill tacks upon the Whitoway party in Newfound]and continue, and it is be- lievi'd that the whole government is on tho eve of disruption. The injunction case to prevent the consolidation of the Northern Pacific alid Great Northern railroads will be argued in the district court at St. Paul on Saturday. Wednesday) Oct. 2. Senator Burrows of Michigan says ho thinks congress will inflict a very short session upon the country this winter. The comptroller of the currency has authorized the First National bank of Brit I, la., to begin business with a capital of $50,000. Albert Wade, assistant cashier of the First National bank of Mt. Yemen, Incl., has disappeared. He is short about $80,000. It is announced that China has accorded full satisfaction to France for the recent attack made on tho French missions in China. .The faculty of Princeton college has passed resolutions prohibiting any student having conditions in his college work from playing on any athletic team. Thursday, Oct. 3. Commercial bills are more plentiful among the New York money changers. Judge Houston, chief counsel for the Louisville and Nashville railroad, is dead. Civil service examiners have started upon their fall tour of examining applicants for life jobs. General O. M. Poe, the well-known United States engineer, died suddenly at his residence at Detroit. The District of Columbia grand jury recommended that a whipping post be established for petty offenders. The statement of the mint director shows the United States has dropped to third place among the gold-producing nations. Citizens of Dallas held a monster mass meeting to protest against anti-prize fight legislation. Jockey C. Pratt and tho horse Colonel Wheatley were killed at tho new race track in Sportsman's Park at St. Louis. [ AGAINSt SEtTLERS. I Secretary Smith Refidef4 ft freci*loa 1<T! volt-ing Wisconsin i.fttuU. I WASHINGTON, Oct. 5.—Secretary j Smith Inw rendered a decision involving ; about io entries of hind in .he Ashland S (Wis.) district which are valualle for pine. The decision is in accordance with an opinion of the supreme court which settled a conflict of land grants between the Chicago, Minneapolis and Omaha railway and the Wisconsin Central railroad, holding that the lands belonged to the latter road. The beue- ficiaty cf the present case is John H. Knight, the settlers being required to show cause why their entries should not be cancelled. Knight was a purchaser from the Wisconsin Central, but a decision of the commissioner of the general land office and a decision by Secretary Noble and another by Secretary Smith was against him. The position of the department previous to the supreme court decision favored the settlers. MUST REPORT TO LACOMBE. Instructions GI veil Mes rs. Oalcfis, i'ayne and Knnsc. NEW YORK, Oct. 5. —Judge Lacouibe, in the United Slates circuit court granted an order restfa'ning Thomas F. Oakes, Henry C. Payne and Henry C. Rouse, as receivers of the Noitheru Pacific Railroad company, or any of their employes or agents in this jurisdiction, from removing from the jxirisdiction of this court any moneys, securities or property now in the possession of the said receivers within the jurisdiction of this court, and orders that in the future administration of their receivership, the said receivers shall take directions of this court. The order was granted on the application and affidavit of George W. Board in the action of P. B. Mustou, the Farmers' Loan and Trust company, and others to have the present receivers removed. REMOVED RECEIVERS. subscribers ness is in SonJe othret ty tlifin Algona, ftft been made by tin* payments ott atib&6ripii« may be made at any oii§t] fj; inunt'd banks: BANCROFT—Savings HURT—The Bitrt Brtftk. WHITTEMORE — Wiiittl Bank. WESLEY—Wesley State LEDYARD—State Batik i GERMAN1A—State Bfttlki SWEA CITY ELMORE— Elmore Subscribers paying for If advance can avftil tLemseM lowest clubbing rates, giveil'j] Tin's aiTanpernent is wait view to accommodating a find it more convenient to* subscription at their home business coming tlirotlgli t will be given prompt uttelitirtff YOU CAN N' -S\vea City By availing yourself; of the quoted in this CLUBBI Friday, Oct. 4. General Craighill is on a tour of inspection of the government works on the Upper Mississippi. Harry Wright, chief of umpires and ex-manager of the Philadelphia National League club, is dead. Freight through the Soo canal for September amounted to 2,132,678 net tons, of which 1,618,467 was east bound. The business portion of Cambridge, O., was destroyed by fire, with a loss of over $100,000. The alarm was given at 1 a. ni. Mrs. Aggie Wiggintou, 80 years old, committed suicide at Mt. Washington, Ky., hanging herself from a limb of an apple tree. Dennis Burke, Thomas Mooney and William Moouey were killed and Edward Mooney and a Miss Jones were seriously injured at a Michigan Central crossing at Essex, Out. Lillie Bayer, one of the women who claims to be the lawful widow of the late Senator Fair, is now a prisoner at San Quentin, whese she will serve a term of ten years for embezzlement. Saturday, Oct. 6. Lararnie, Wy., reports a snowfall of 10 inches. The published report of a car famine on Northwestern roads is denied. Advices from Constantinople say that the Turkish minister of the interior has resigned. One man was burned to death and one woman seriously injured in a fire at Groton, N. J. Gee Hop, a Chinaman, claiming to be a naturalized American citizen, has been refused admission from China at San Francisco. The unarjnored Spanish cruisers Alphonso XII and Marques Enseneda have been ordered to proceed to Cuba immediately. The Harlem racetrack has transferred its futurity of 1897 to the St. Louis fair grounds. This stake is the largest ever closed in America, it having over 1,600 entries, Monday, Oct. ?. Cleveland won the Temple Cup from Baltimore in three straight games. The national officers and executive committee of the Irish National Alii, anoe has issued an appeal for funds, Gilbert W. Leslie, for 25 years auditor of the Flint and Pere Marquette Railroad company, dropped dead at Saginaw, Mich, Nothing has been heard from Pr. Ponaidson Smith, the African explorer, for nearly a year, It is feared that he '- - ~ been killed. Judge Hunfiml Kefuses to Accejit Resignations Oakes, 1'aync and lionse. SEATTLE, "Wash., Oct. 5.—Judge Hau- ford refused to accept the resignat|on of the receivers of the Northern Pa|pc and removed them because of f ailurta to comply with his crder directing them, to give an accounting of their past acts and to answer tho tfinrgea of Brayton Ives. Andrew T. E«--leigh was appointed receiver for the lines in Washington. The court fixed Eurleigh's bond at $300,000, and directed him to take charge of the company's affairs at once. In the afternoon Burleigh qualified by filing a $300,000 bond. He announced before leaving that G. W. Dickinson, assistant general superintendent under the old receivers, would be his general manager. The appointment will be followed by applications all along the line. MONEY TIED UP. Judge Lacombe's Order Threatens Some Serious Results. MILWAUKEE, Oct. 7. — The order of Judge Lamcombe in the United States court at New York, in retaining the former receivers of the Northern Pacific from turning over to their successors any of the moneys or properties of the company within his jurisdiction is not apt to be fully appreciated, but it is a most important one not only from the fact that there is considerable money deposited in New York, but because the books of the company . are in that city and if the receivers, especially -Receiver Bigelow, who has charge of the finances, are not to have access to them there will be almost uusurrnount- able obstacles to overcome. LATEST MARKET REPORT. Milwaukee Grain. MILWAUKEE, Oct. 5, 1895. FLOUR— Firm. WHEAT— No. 3 spring. 57Kc; No. 1 Northern; 59}£c; December, 57%@59c. CORN— No. 3, SJJc. OATS— No. 2 white, 20>£c; No. 3 white, 19@20c. BARLEY— No. 2, 43J£c; sample on track and In.ler Ocean .... > tM " State Register...... " N. Y. Trfbnne '\ '• Dubuqlie Times, (a| semi-weekly.. ...•'., " Pioneer Press....," " Chicago Times... t- " New York World.^ " New York Sun.,..* " Homestead ,.%. " Orange Judd Fai'-J mer is " Harper's Week!y..H. Harper's Bazar...,. SI i Harper's Magazine"-? Cosmopolitan... "* Mc'Clures Maga_ _ N. Y. Independent : | Chautauquan ! ,A Review of Reviews.% Decorah Posteii...-,^ Tho Midland " Scientific American Conturv St. Nicholas Scribners Youth's Compan- '.> ion ., " Harper's Young V People "' Week's Current— WELL BOM! AND DRILLING. We have machinery of all sizes drilling- ••.w'el.lB'.v Water < ffuor nopay. : Call on or address, GALLION BROS., Bancroft, la SALESMEN WANTED. tt * Pushing', trustworthy men to represent us In the sale of our Choice Nursery^Stfock. Specialties controlled by us. Highest, ^alary or commission paid weekly. Steady j»m- ployment the year round. Outfit free^ex- clusivo territory; experience not necessary; bltfpuy arsured workers; special hid^cements to beginners. Write at once foranar- ticulars to "•>*$&< Allen Nursery Col ROCHESTER. N. Y. H RYE— No. 1, Dulutli Grain. DULCITH, Oct. 5, 1895. . WHEAT— Cash No. 1 hard, SS^c; No, 1 Northern, 56^o; No. 2 Northern, 53J£c; No. 3 spring, 5UXc; rejected, 45}^c; No.l Northern, 56}4c; October, 58J<c; December No. 1 bard, 58^c; No. 1 Northern, May, WANTED SALES Ml Local and A food chance! Don't miss it! no capital to represent a reliable warrants nursery stock first class andi to name. AVOKK AI/T, THJ3 bushel or fruit, Our Seed Potatoes'selJ erywhere. State age, L. L. MAY &»C< Nursery en, FlorUts St. Paul'," and Seedsmen, IY 18 A TWELVE-PAGE PAPIR, '' • . . The regular Democratic organization, pf BroQlflyn has nominated Edward, M. Grant for mayor, The Reform Pe- mooraoy nominated Edward M. Shep* herd, Japanese cotton spinners desire government to establish a Hue of s er§ to the west coast of Mesiqo, so' they »ay get United. States cotton at rates. authority tfert ww $ tte the SHOT FRPM AMIPU§H. Hsle Tafee Minneapolis Grain. MINNEAPOLIS, Oc u , 5, 1893. WHEAT— October, 54jicj December, 54%cj May, 69c, On Track — No 1 hard, 5t5^o; No, 1 Norther.], 55}ic; No. 3 Northern, 58J<£c, _^ _ St. Paul Union Stock Yards, SOUTH ST, PAUL, Oct. 5, 1895. HOGS'-Sc lower than yesterday; qual' ity fair to good. Prices yaagedfrom |3,75 to *8 80, CATTLE—Market quiet; yards well cleared at the close; prospects for a better market' SHEEP— Market steady. Receipts: Hogs. l,5W; cattle, 4QJ; calves, 85; sheep, 400. Chicago Vnipn Stock Yards. CHICAGO, Oct. 6, 1895. UOGS— Market active and generally steady, Sales ranged »t $3,75(^4,30 fqr Wanted Salesmen f[ MEN in each county to take orders'*| Choice line of SfUJtSEJW STOCK ori® POTATOES. Stool? and seed guftTftS We oan give you Steady Employments Good Pay. It will cost you not^ing'to* }t a trial. State when writing —'-'-^ prefer to boll. Address The Hawks Nurse Milwaukee, Wis,, AGENTS StocK Failing to, We sen only jj|gi, .., . packing and skipping lots; itS.ttO@8,7§ Peeves, *3,4Q@5«40; 5i Tesas PS Wttite . f rjjbjme from Jd,aho. Faljs, W&s brpugbj lM» ' new £ he. gyp; i K, Receipts; Hpgs, 'JT.QOQ,' , 5.00Q.

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