The Algona Republican from Algona, Iowa on December 25, 1895 · Page 1
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The Algona Republican from Algona, Iowa · Page 1

Algona, Iowa
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Wednesday, December 25, 1895
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ALGOHA, KOSStfTH OOtftiTt, IOWA, WEDKJ5SDAY, DECEMBER 26, 1895. The Nicest Newest Stock oi Hardware in The Country to Select From Do not fail to see what we have for We carry a nice line of Silverware In fact everything found in a first-class Hardware Store. A new lot of ^ U THESE PREMIUMS ARE GOOD While They Last, and Those Who Speak Fim with their Money Get Them. Republican and the Fatmet's Labbf Saving AccdUnt Book for Liberal Clubbing Offers, . so- alive with trichinae. Trichiflfte ate destroyed by the thorough tfodkffig of jtork, but ift this instance the meat wa*.not half cooked. to choose from. Yours for business,Pine Slabs. For Kindling, ati HAMILTON'S ll±ilvllU 1V/11 KJ, GOOD WHILE THEY LAST. , The EEPUBLICAN, like most other enterprising county newspapers, has' frequently offered premiums to subscribers paying in advance, and to a limited extent it will do so this year, but only so long as our present supply holds out. This premium is especially valuable to farmers, and the offer below is intended for their benefit. It is the FARMER'S LABOR-SAVING ACCOUNT BOOK. The account book is gotten up with a view to the especial needs of farmers and is a very desirable, thing to have in the house. It is of legal cap size, with stiff manilla covers, has space for miscellaneous memoranda and has ruled monthly, expense account sheets, showing articles purchased,and articles sold during the year. It contains a great fund of information val uable to the farmer and handy for reference, including tables, estimates, computations, blank forms, facts for builders, recipes, etc. It is a 25 cent book and no farmer can, afford to be without it for four times that. It can be had by farmers who pay in advance for 1896. Anyone wishing to see one of these books can do so at this office. CLUBBING OFFERS. REPUBLICAN AND REGISTER FOR $1.85. • " " Inter Ocean $1.85 " " N. Y. Tribune 2.30 " Pioneer Press;..... 8.30 3.30 2.30 2.30 3.40 2.25 4.75 4.75 Harper's Magazine 4.60 ' '* Cosmopolitan.. j ,\ ., 2.60 .'i «ii ) .;,'««- ****** ,•»»•_ *_. c* 1 -**** IN PLEASING CONTRAST. „ Moines Register: Wheft an 'Englishman repw»ached Charles Fran- tils Adam&i our rtoreaentatlve in England during the rar, With the fact that the Confederates were doing good fighting, Mr. Adams, true to his art* ceatry aafl country, replied} "Yes, they ate my countrymen." He would not go back on Americans, not even OH those who Were at the time engaged itt war agaibst their government. But Mr. Bayard goes back on those who simply disagree with him in politics. A SPECIAL DEPOT RATE. I*or the convenience of parties who may wish to Communicate with the C. M» &St. P. and C. & N. W. depots attd who are not subscribers to the City Ex* change. The Telephone Co. have arranged for a local rate of ten cents for telephone Service to these points, by ep lli calling at the central office. THE HtSTORIC ROUTE. The Nashville, Chattanooga & St. Louis railway, the model railroad of the south in equippement, roadway and service; is also the greatest in historical interest, more than fifty famous battlefields and five national cemeteries being located on the various lines of this System. This 'is the preferred route to Atlanta for the Cotton States and International Exposition, open from Sept. 18, to Die. 81, 1896, for which very low excursion rates have been made. Through sleeping car service from St. Louis to Atlanta via Evans* ville, Nashville and; Chattanooga. This i&the route of the famous "Dixie Flyer" -through sleeping car line which runs the year around between Nashville, and Jacksonville, Fla. For further information, addres's Briard. F. Hill, 828 Marquette Building, Chicago, 111;, or R. C. Cowardifl, Western Passenger Agent; Eailway Exchange Building. St. Louis, Missouri,-or W. L. Danl$y, Gr. P. & T. A., Nashville, £ < * - f *&.£<*' ' r j ^ 1 *^«^a !, v ' *• $ • *t T ^* ~* y f TO SUPPLY YOUR WANTS AFTER CHRISTMAS THE SAME AS BEFORE, AT THE. Opera House Grocery. REMO VED! " Chicago Times.... " New York World. ".New York Sun... " Homestead , " Orange Judd Farmer " Harper's Weekly. Harper's Bazar... TTo »»<ni«i*tt '."IWiiVra »l n' Tenn 4tf WE! make a specialty of collections. Cloud & Haggard. I was nervous, tired, irritable'and cross. Karl's Clover Root Tea has made me well and happy.—Mrs. B. B. Worden. 2 ' MONEY. To Chrischilles' Block; Patterson & Son.. Where we will be pleased to see all our old customers and many new ones. We have just opened up one of, the most complete lines of can ^ e ^ y° u a n i° e new 'five-drawer Sewing Machine at $20, a, still better one at $25, so it is not necessary to send your money east to get a machine that '"' ' when you get you will never know at what factory it is made, and when you should need repairs you may not^be able to get them. It, also, is not necessary to think about the freight, f or— WINKEL PATS THE FREIGHT. J. "B. "W /FEMALE DISEASESV Any afllicted woman can adopt simple "Home Treatment»» WKbont pnbmittjngr to' an bnmll* examination or consulting a doctor. COST OF TREATMENT. Bottle McElree'sWIne of Cardul, $1.00 , bound In qljjth. Diving nstrustions for $ucpes$»Kl:jiome dlmm will be mailed 1 " Review of -Reviews 4.CO " Decorah Posten... 2.50 " The Midland ,2.5 r " Scientific American 4.1' " Century 5.1'. " St. Nicholas 4.10 " Scribners 4.10 " Youth's Companion. 3.40 " Week's Current.... 2.65 Where more than two papers are. desired, the amount to be remitted to this of- ficefor each paper is in every case found by deducting $1.50 from the combination price, TRICHINOSIS IN HANCOCK. The Dread fe -Al Disease Breaks Out at • Qoodell.. State Register, Dec. 20: The dread disease of trichinosis has broken out in' a family six miles west of Goodell, in "Hancock county, and a report from there indicates that at least two members of the family are likely to die. Several weeks ago the family bad pork for dinner one day -which s was poorly cooked. All partook of it heartily and now it looks as if the carelessness in cooking the meat will have tp be paid Jor with several lives. The first news of the trouble was received by Secretary Kennedy, of the state board of health, about a week ago in the shape of the following letter: OSrppdell, Iowa, Pec, 12,189§.-rDr. J. F, Kennedy, Secretary, /Dee Moines, Iowa.—Dear Doctor: I have und?r my five patients in a family six miles west °f here, who have, acpprdipg to all indications, the disease trichinosis, About four weeks ago they" ate some raw'pprk, a, few days later they cpm- penc.q<rto get sick, all the symptoms 'oijtjje/disease'becoming very plainly dejelQped, ' So-far they have not to be dangerously iU, ( bujj ^eyy ^ted, if ypu can gjive any as \to< teeafnyent'' OP — etQi,' received IMAJ-WJaX. /N -1 Tam loaning money on farm lands 1 jTOf 1 , KPT*V at simper cent interest. Only a small VAyumri J ) charge will be made for procuring'this,! , ,,* "\,, ^he.bprrpwpt'can^a^e^ i * ^ E art'o!P'5hiB,,mortgage at the time of pay«^M •!vi4>nwAn4* &" . " -f. -) T *T * *DWi Iff Etc. ing interest/ / Office over'the postoffice, Algona, la. ' ICE! ICE! Leave orders for ice. at Shadle & Long's meat market. H-14 "My baby had croup and was saved by Shiloh's Cure," writes Mrs. J. B. Martin of Huntsvllle, Ala. 2 Mrs. Elizabeth M. Seery, Princeville, 111., writes a very complimentary letter to Dr. T, W. Wood, of McGregor, la., in relation to the great benefit she has received in her family by the use of Wood's.Worm Destroyer. Many thousands of mothers write such letters in commendation of this great medicine. PATTERSON & SON. Our New Goods Here And we are Showing the. Most Complete Stock of The best cough cure is Shiloh's Cure. A neglected cough is dangerous. Stop it at once with Shiloh's Cure. ' 2 (First mortgages MONEY'TO LOAN ON ] 2nd mortgages, (•Collateral. GEOi 0, CALL. We Want to Call Your Attention.. TO THE FURNITURE Ever brought to Algona. The latest styles. The lowest prices. "We sell the Gpld Medal and Superior Carpet Sweepers, which are the best Bissel's carpel sweepers made. GOME AND SEE U .A. D. MCGREGOR. WE HAVE THJSM IN, STOCK, i. riP? *-i. >- -'^ vj Jm^e!,- •».*; ^.^^m^t^m^L'SS&^ ,»">a

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