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fiffi tJf Pitt DIB MOlNlSl ALOOKA, IOWA, WEDNEBPAY, MAEOH 6, 1806. sv wdttAft * il.Sd 76 .,,,..40 . _ an* address at above rates. .<J8sHUtfirdtett.Mosej' order,**pteB8order, , application fttii TtifiicRcttLosis CASES, " A le* phase is .put upon the ttibeftju* " Iflsis question by the chemical exam In.- ftttofi of the nailk from the quarantined C8WSofl€. L. t/und's fflrni. If it has Veen thoroughly conducted it shows that one swnple of milk at least is free from the feaccilli. Is one sample a fair , test of ttoe tnilk for a week or month, or fflay it be free one day of the baccllli and infected the next? if one sample fairly represents the milk why is not a chemical test of the milk satisfactory as A test'of tuberculosis? On ttoe other hand Dr. Stalker's letter and the resolutions of the Philadelphia board of health state fairly the attitude of the scientific bodies which have made a study of tuberculosis. Henry Wallace, who is certainly disinterested and a man of experience, endorses the tuberculin test, and there can be no doubt that boards of health and veterinarians generally endorse it. They also all agree that traces of tuberculosis as shown by this test make the milk dangerous to consumers. Mr. Lund is still in correspondence with a veterinarian who will conduct a post mortem examination on the quarantined cattle. The state will have an eye on this test case, and it should be as public as possible. As many veterinarians and physicians as can be got should be iinvited to be present and as• sist in determining exactly to what extent the cattle are affected and exactly how accurate the tuberculin is as a test. for tne td»n, and that he preferred any fcnfflftetot IBeiewatdofpflet to thift sft- Itfoli where no 6«6 claltted & man could jet drnnk. ^ He is sincegs, but there it ft difference fit dpinion. The so called Gothen- bnrgefs Say that their plan is in the interests of better morals, purer social life and pfbinoUfc lesnp-efaftee, * * * It was ft practical success, 68 6ne can honestly deny that. During the fttonth of January the net profit that would have gone to the towfc was about *ro. If it had run a year it would have reached pet-haps $2,500, for the big sales were intended to be beef. It Bold ISO Worth of beer the opening day. And illegal sales were the points it was supptessed on. The bootleggers are noW running the liquor traffic. A law placing a Gothenburg saloon in every town where prohibition is not enforced would be bettering the condition of things." „ _.. ready for ase, and marched through Mac- AlfOTHER SILVKB CONFEHBNUE. The coming inter-national monetary conference will demonstrate whether any, further efforts towards bimetallism by inter-national action are worth •while. It is unlikely that the conference will be productive of results. Although it has been brought about by popular upheaval in both Germany and France, and although England is permeated with . bimetallic sentiment, there is no reason to believe that it will develope anything that its predecessors have not, that the polite debate between those who want a more liberal currency policy and those whose interests are sufficiently served by a gold .standard will serve any further purpose than to fill another voluminous government report. Changes which involve the rights of classes and affect the selfish interests of the wealthy are not effected by debates of this character. Should the conference fail the Chicago Inter Ocean says: "There will be no further waiting on internationalism, ind the people will demand genuine bimetallism through strictly national action.» The biennial revival of Jaffles Ian for the governorship recalls Nast's famous cartoons of Tilden, whom he always pictured as being taken from a grave yard. Mr. Marian had his day in politics back in War times. The failure of Senator Wilson during his last term and the probability that Senator Gear will be unable to render any further service than merely to hold his seat, are sufficient warnings against the policy of one generation seeking its office holders in another. The governorship demands a young, vigorous man, who belongs to the present intellectually and politically. The announcement of Wm. M. McFarland's candidacy puts three men from the Tenth district in the field for the governorship, Col, Ormsby and Senator Kamrar being the others. The democratic congress has closed its last session. The next congress will have a republican majority. Whatever it may do it cannot prove more incompetent than its predecessor has. The Lake City Graphic says: "The Algona UFPEB DBS MOINBS having found by careful inquiry that none of its subscribers read Talmage's sermons, long printed in its columns, has dropped them out and now fills the space with continued stories. It would seem from this that the tastes of different communities are widely at variance. Now the Graphic has subscribers who not only read Talmage's sermons every week, but in addition to this they religiously peruse the editorial page of the Des Moines Register and go to church three times on Sunday." The Sioux City Journal said Algona ought to have a public library and the State Register said it would have one. Both were right, but it will be next year. Senator Chandler says truly: " The Fifty-third congress did three things for which it will receive the approval of. the people. It adjourned sine die three times." Fred Douglas once said that he did not think an amalgamation of the white and black races desirable, the pure negro being, in his opinion, the best of the race. While speaking his eyeglasses continued to slide from their perch. "But I wish," interpolated the speaker, "I wish we could get some sort of an alloy for the negro which would insure a nose capable of holding spectacles." It is now Senator Gear. bfctb with the same dfess in all five Sets. It is said that she swore in five languages flnd that the fumes o! th6 calcium lights in Faust were nothing to the state of the atmosphere when she finally cooled down. -w- ChaplaJn Lozler has foufjd what h*e calls ft "triple decker" over at Siou* ttapids. It is ft man Who Served in the're- bellion with his father and with his grandfather. His name is John M. Moskins of Company F, Fortyflrst Wisconsin infantry. His father Was in Company H, Fifth Wisconsin infantry, and bis grandfather in the First Wisconsin cavalry. The chaplain wants a record to beat this if anyone has it. *++ i Charlie Monger, the genius of the Anamosa Journal, has promised THE UPPER DES MOINES an article on his European trip, to come as soon as he gets across the ocean. Here is a sample of his report of the sea voyage: "I am still on the fore-deck and the colonel finds me sitting on the capstan: 'Mongerdam,' he says, 'do you know anything about the seal 1 'No.* 'Well, why don't you get acquainted?' 'Never had a chance to shake hands with the critter.' 'Come over to the mast, then, and sit down in a chair and I'll introduce you to the old sapphire. 1 I comply with the command. 1 Now brace your feet against the mast, lean back in your chair and shut your eyes and let the motion and the subdued thunder of the sea from the mast creep up your legs and into your soul, and you will dream of the goddesses down in the grottoes of pearl and the.conBervatorles of the anemone and thepolypod.' I sit at the mast and not a word passes between us until the colonel wakens me from a drowse with. 1 'Mon- gerdam, do you get it! Have you dreamed of a goddess? 1 I should have replied! 'Not this year, my stooldam,' and my conscience did tickle me under the rib of the fourth commandment when I said: 'Ah yes, colonel, four goddesses curled my hair as the tea rhythm climbed my shins. I have been taken to the caverns where the monsters are groomed, I have seen the canopy of the green light and the hall of the phosphor-star where the husband of the siren has his whiskers trimmed and the salt water fairies revel In pchyclc melodies.' The colonel says he guesses I have had a nightmare and we retire to the smoking- saloon and order apollinaris." king's AnkuS." MowgH, that delightful boy Adopted by the jungle folk, figures in this story, together with the big rock python, tcaa, and the black panther, Bag- heera. Kaa leads Mowgll to an underground cave, where i* a vast treasure of gold>nd jewels guarded by an old white cobra. After overcoming the cobra, Mow- gll takes from the treasury & jewel-studded elephant goad. But he tires of it, for it brings death to half a dozen of the man- pack. The description of a hunt through the jungle by Bagheera and Mowgli.wlll not soon be forgotten. Prof. Brander Matthews contributes a sketch of Huw thorne to his series of Studies of great American authors. THE IDA GROVE SALOOX. Judge Macomber, who is well known to this judicial district as Judge J. N. Weaver's successor, and Judge Carr's predecessor, has written a letter to the • Council Bluffs Nonpareil concerning the Ida Grove experiment with the Gothenberg saloon system. When the new law went into operation in Iowa a company of leading citizens there handed together and opened a saloon to be conducted by a man satisfactory to the city authorities and the school hoard. It has been closed by an injunction granted at the request of leading prohibitionists. But it has commended itself to conservative men of all shades of opinion. Judge Macomber's letter ^ives a fair statement of the history of the experiment: M This saloon ran from Jan, 2 to Feb 12 It was closed on account of illegal sales to minors. Three oases of minors were pi-oven. In one instance the purchaser was asked how old he was and said he was 32 He wears quite a heavy mustache and his looks dp not indicate that he is any younger Another minor bought one glass of beer there, He is a clerk in the postofnee here ""' posed he was more The third case the party was r ..... .did not appear to be 31. He got A glass of beer when it first opened, came {of another and was refused. He was Past SO, It was proven that two habitual drinkers got adrwk. One got a drink of i beer the first day and was then blacklisted, The second got several drinks before he was blacklisted. 1 "Toe place and the manner it was run 4efflonstvated beyond a question that this '4s the only plan that is successful jn dealing •with the vexed question, Its practibillty is unquestioned by those who investigated the 3S$ te i'' I* if also a.very easy plan to establish. It does not require gemus or abii- wXf^ grapple , wlt & th , e . Mquop question, .But there remains the fact staring every#»e in the face that habitual drinkers and minors will, in spite of an honest effort, •jpte a success pf getting a drink. So the """seller will have to be protected be,is plan can be handled safely. There -pictures, no chairs and nothing ,, _ ^ark it as a Balopn, Individual .jWens W.99 completely eliminated, Liquor ^aswfusMwhen ft ,vAs'seen that the prty fioul<j upt affpyd to spend that money " S^?.^^ m - m - -^ y ^ NEWS AND OOMMENT. The Carroll Herald takes up the Register's inquiry "who reads continued stories?" and says it has had some experience: "When recently the Herald was changed to twice a week we unavoidably dropped a continued story about the middle of the plot. Like the editor of the Register we presumed that but comparatively few read the continued stories, and little did we look for trouble from that source. But such an experience as we have had since! Protests have come in from all quarters. Men, women and children have expressed their displeasure at the sudden extinction of characters in which they were interested, and one old-time subscriber stopped the paper on that account. Who reads stories? Why, we believe that a majority of people do," -n- The fact seems to be that some read Talmage's sermons, some read continued stories, and some read each of the other departments of the newspaper, And the further fact seems to be that so long as they are satisfied they say nothing, It is only when they miss their accustomed column that they offer suggestions. As the Herald adds: " We did not hear one word spoken about the continued stories in this paper, from one end of the year to the other, But when the story was cut short in the midst of its usefulness we heard protests of every kind and nature," -»-»Johnson Brigham's claim in his lecture Friday evening that there Js plenty of material for literature in this Mississippi region is fully borne out by Wm. Hay ward's story of the Hegerland Diamond and Mona Moore's story of the Development of a Latent Germ—both in the current Midland. Mr, Hay ward lives at Spirit Lake and his story belongs to this section. Miss Moore's is a story of CoUax Springs. Both are excellently told, both show the true story Editor Palm of Meadville, Pa., played a joke on the Pennsylvania otate dairyman's association which has involved that body in a great deal of trouble. He is opposed to the law prohibiting the manufacture of oleomargerine and in order to test the merits of bogus and real butter he sent to Chicago for samples of the former which he entered for the competition as the product of two neighboring dairies. The judges after careful test gave one specimen second money and the other third money. During the session the dairymen spoke of oleo as "axlegrease" and "hoof juice," and now they are very sad. The State Register not long ago explained how the six judges of the supreme court make their decisions. Each one is awarded a certain number of opinions to write. He then studies all the cases in which he does not write the opinion and gives his view to the judge who does. This done each one proceeds to write out the opinions in the cases alloted to him. These are then read to the full bench and finally passed upon. Sometimes opinions are materially changed at this final consultation, but not often. WINTER READIIT&. Here are some of the popular features of the Midland Monthly for March: "Afternoons in Italy," by Mary B. Welch, known to all alumni of Iowa agricultural college; "Literary Atlanta," with portraits of Joel Chandler Harris, Frank L. Stanton (the coming poet of the south) and numerous gifted women of Georgia; "A Washington Logging Camp." by Ida A. Baker, the prize descript ive paper of the last quarter; "Women Writers of Washington " (city), with latest Portraits of Grace Greenwood, Kate Field ?Jml Dttn le? en . and others; the story of the Military Telegraph, by its organizer Major rJnrnwo CT Gv«JtV. L-e ttr __ *. r-, ____ , • love George H. Smith, of West Superior; Princess of Silverland." an Idaho — _... v_ vu v* w*f»v***uiuvi} nu JLUctuu 1QVG story by a daughter of Governor Edwards, of Missouri; the conclusion of Beatrice: the Prize Short i conclusion of Beatrice; the Story and Poem; Home telling talent, and both Iowa authorship, are creditable to Senator Funk: appears with a half "A contemporary column editorial on 'Our Financial Condition,' We shall not read it. We have troubles of our own." -M- Although J, H. Warren has been a South Dakotian for some years he still has a warm side for Iowa. Not long ago a Sioujc Falls paper tried tp wnopth over the South Pakota state treasury dsfalcaypn by stating that Iowa pnce had a desalting Themes ; talks with contributors, etc. -*-+One of the most important projects ever undertaken by Scribner's Magazine begins in the March number with the first instalment of President E. Benjamin Andrews' dramatic naratlve, "A History of the Last Quarter-Century in the United States," That this will be always interesting is proved by the statement of the author's plan to his readers in the introductory paragraph, in which he tells them that they are "going upon a rapid excursion, through vast tracts, with frequent use °al s cam< n a ' and oot upon a *opographi- -M- The Atlantic Monthly for March will contain the opening chapters of a striking serial entitled "The Seats of the Mighty," by Gilbert Parker. Jt deals with the life and adventures of a young captain iu a Virginia regiment, afterwards of Amherst's regiment, at the time of the fall of Quebec. It will run through several numbers: and is one of this popular author's most powerful stories Fiotfon is tether ^presented by the first installment of a two-part story by ™,, Pity, 11 and additional chapters from Mrs! Ward's aerial, " A Singular Life" -*-*The Century has two particularly fresh and unhackneyed subjects. In these globe-trottjng days the account of "A New Field of Travel" will be greeted with pleasure by American travellers, and this Miss Harriet Waters Preston and Mr. .Jpseph Pennell, tbe artist, havefpund"Be- ypn4 the Adrlattp," along the coast of J3al- m fllS NEIGHBOEHOOD. Geo. S. Angus is in Chicago on a visit. Five lots were sold in Swett City last week for buildings. Louis Leasing is talking of opening a furniture store in Buffalo Center, The Estherville Democrat will come out as a quarto. They all come to it. Jas. Stow and Miss Cora Paine, two of Hurt's most popular young' people, are to be married today. The Burt Monitor gives a full account of the wedding of Miss Agnes Stow and Chas. Phelpslast Wednesday. Up at El more they enjoy local option elections still. In the last Eye Geo, W. Pangburn writes a strong letter against license. Elmore Eye: E. Hallibusted has invented a devise for taking steam and smoke from a cook stove and conveying it into the chimney, J. C. Blackford has located in Sioux City. The West Bend Journal says he has accepted the treasurership of the Sioux City Engine and Iron Works at Leeds, a suburb of Sioux City. Germania Standard: The papers at Algona are talking strongly on the subject of having a public library. The town is large enough to have one which should be enthusiastically worked for. T. L. Crose and wife have been having some unique parties at Emmetsburg. The Reporter says: "Friday evening each one present was required to tell a story, read a poem or recite a piece for the entertainment of the others. It is said that some capital stories and elocutionary skill were the result of the evening's programme." Germania Standard: J. C. Raymond was up from Algona Wednesday and did a little work in his line of business. The_'squire finds considerable chance to dispense justice in our town, as we quite often get puzzled over some knotty problem that nothing short of professional skill can settle. 'Squire Raymond never fails to restore tranquiiity, and deal out justice to the satisfaction of all. Bancroft Register: C. F. Higley started for Beagle, Kansas, Monday, to secure a half sister of Ida M., the Ledyard racer. Charley says the mare is a model jumper, her recent owner offering to furnish $500 to back her against anything in Iowa. Counting what we now have, and what will be brought here during the coming season, Bancroft will have the largest and best string of speedy animals of any small town in the state, Estherville Vindicator: The editor of THE UPPER DBS MOINES of Algona. now that the Talmage sermons have been omitted from his paper, is beginning to hear from a number of the more intelligent of his readers, who were at first backward in responding to his request for information as to how many read the sermons, and is beginning to realize that more than he thought of the better class of readers are interested in the sermons and miss them when they do not appear. Waterloo Reporter: We met Fish Commissioner Delavan on the train at Algona. He was going home from Charles City, and was feeling jubilant over a victory just secured in the district court of Floyd county. He had arrested two fellows at Nora Springs for spearing fish. They were tried in a justice court, beaten and appealed to the district court. Here, again, they were on the wrong side, and costs thus made would, in our judgment, make a few fish taste very much like gold or silver filling. Mr. Delavan is a hustler, and we are glad he can bring law breakers to justice now and then, PEDAGOGUES WILL DISQUSS. A Big Teachers' Meeting Next Saturday at the High School Build- in ff. The teachers of Kossuth county will meet Saturday at the school house in Algona, at 9;30 o'clock, An interesting programme is promised as follows: History—Methods for making the study most effectual, Prof. G. F. Barslou, Wesley, Heading—How best taught to secure ex- pI E 8 h 8l °i?' ,. P f, ofl E ir W - Richards, LuVerne. l ne Recitation—How can. better results be secured? Prof, J. R, Byers, Bancroft. Penmanship—Quality and method, Prof, D. E, Johnson, Algona. English Grammar—Method, obstacles, and remedy, Prof, F. C. Bowers, Whltt£ moro, The Professional Teacher. Principal Florence Claypole, Leayard. General Exercise. Prof. Hugh Conner, MILK SHOWS W TRACES, Result of the Chemical Analysis of the Milk from Mf, Land's of Cows, HeH Shows No Signs of Tuberculosis—Prof. Stalker Hits a Word to Say of Alleged Professors. C. L. Lund has heard from hie milk Which he Befit to Chicago for examination. He took two samples of milk of two quarts each, one tnken from the cows how quarantined and ono from the healthy cows. The milking was done in the presence of Dr. Stuli, J. J. Ryan and E. H. Clarke, although it is understood that none of these took a hand in the operation, and the cans were sealed and marked by them. They were then sent to a chemist in Chicago with* out anything being on them to distinguish which came from the tubercu- lous cows. The chemist sends back his report in the form of an affidavit which is as follows: State of Illinois, County of Cook, ss.— Mark Delafontaine, being first duly sworn, on oath, deposes and says: On the 25th day of February, 1895,1 received at Chicago in said Cook county, from the hands of C. L. Lund of Algona, Iowa, an unbroken package, consisting of a wooden box wrapped up In dark red or brownish red paper, and sealed at both ends with a sheet of white paper, purporting to have been sealed " In the presence of J. J. Ryan and T. H. Stull, by E. H. Clarke, justice of the peace and notary public in and for Kossuth county, Iowa;" one of the sheets of white paper, to which a portion of said dark red paper is still affixed, I attach hereto with my certificate and make a part hereof. Upon opening the wooden box, so wrapped and sealed, I found it to contain two glass jars, marked severally " I 11 and "2," each glass jar containing milk. From my examination thereof I found as follows: The milk so received was in perfect condition for microscopical iuvestiga tion, The two samples of milk were by myself pronerly prepared and stained for the de» tection of " tubercle bacillus" (bacillus tu$ berculosis,) which I am thoroughly familiar with through former investigations. I made a microscopical examination of thirty slides of the milk from glass jar No. 1 and twenty-six slides from jar No. 2, and they failed to give me the least evidence of the presence of the tubercle bacillus. From this and other facts of observation I hold that both samples are healthy milk in every respect. I am a Ph. D., (a doctor of science hon- oriscausa.) a graduate of the university of Geneva, Switzerland, a practical chemist and microscopist, and for twenty-five years a teacher and professor of chemistryin the city of Chicago. _, , .. . M. DELAFOXTAINE, Ph. D. Subscribed and sworn to before me a give evidence of cqasubsptioft* Me oftft* not afford not to do this. He should then select lor the feeding pen all that he suspects might W slightly and then if he f eluses toTwy bulls ffrjffl any but tested herds and uses aby degree of care in his purchase of stock he need have no fears of further losses. tinder such a course of action consumption among oattle would soon be known only as tt matter of history, ex* cept as it is imported from other states, AL ADAM8 JK ALflQftA. file Tells lit the IndepeiidetU Abottt Ilia Visit at the Beatt BUfcpei-. The editor of this paper was an invited guest at the beat) supper county, of notary public in and for said Cook by Mark Delafontaine, this 1st day March, 1895. NORMAN P. WILLAHD, Notary Public. Prof. Stalker Adds a Word. The following letter and resolutions explain themselves: AMES, Iowa, March 2.—To the Editor- Dear Sir: I observe there is quite an effort being made to prejudice and mislead the farmers of your county through the Algona press. The public is entitled to the truth and the fullest information on the subject of tuberculosis, the one to which I refer It is represented through certain quotations that a party living in Philadelphia, who has committed himself as opposed to the tuberculin test, is the head of the veterinary department of the university of Pennsylvania. The party referred to holds no such position, and never did. He has no connection with that department whatever inis fraud is being perpetrated on the public to mislead, as the prejudiced, and timeserving opponents of the tuberculin test are driven to all sorts of extremities to find some sort of authority to justify their position. I send an extract from resolutions passed by the Philadelphia board of health, which is pretty good evidence of the strength of the opposition theory in that ™ft' H w ° ula , lik e for you to publish and call attention to these resolutions. Yours trul y> M. STALKER. THE HESOLUTIONS. camp fire of James C, Taylot? post G, A» B, at Algona last Friday evening, The immense court house hall was set full of tables and while the tables were loaded and heaped with most toothsome viands there was room for such floral ornamentation arranged with such taste and delicacy that the New York "Four Hundred" might have envied the combination for their most swell occasion. The scribe remembers the occasion with a heart swelling with gratitude for the kindnesses extended him by a hundred friends of both sexes who seemed to be pleased to greet the not entire stranger within their gates and whose wish and hope is that his Algona friends may be in all things prospered according to his idea of their deserts, which would be abundantly. After the supper was disposed of Capt. Dodge took command and brought the. old boys and young boys out in good shape to tell their stories of the war.. Dr. L. A. Sheetz delivered an eloquent address of welcome that made everyone feel good to hear. The mandolin orchestra made most excellent music and the vocal music by the young ladies and gentlemen was of the sort to renew and awaken the patriotism of every lover of country. But the best of all to the writer was the hearty hand-clasps that, told of warm and sunny hearts that, emitted friendship in every pulsation, and needed not the echoing voice to tell him of his welcome. To hisfriends Dr., Mrs. and Miss McCoy, the scribe owes especial gratitude for kindnesses, and gives as his toast: Long Live Algona, her old soldiers and young soldiers, her chivalrous men, 'kind matrons and lovely daughters, all and every one. Was Sliver Honestly Demonetized? To the Editor: It can be proven that the act to regulate minting and coinage was considered and its provisions and terms were well understood; it can also be proven that upon its final passage it contained the clause that stopped the coinage of the silver dollar and deprived silver of its legal tender quality, a clause that was not in it before, and was not generally known to be in it. Upon the final passage the bill was not read, but was passed upon the assurance of Mr. Hooper, who had charge of it in the house, and of Mr. Sherman, who had the same relation to it in the senate, that it was in all particulars. the same bill that had been considered in congress and in conference. Whea the fatal clause was discovered very many of the best men in congress made haste to disavow all knowledge of it, and plead ignorance of its when they voted for it. In this I quote from the presence proof of Congressional Record, an acknowledged and undis- a "i horlt y. volume 7, part 2, page Hon. W. D. Kelley, when charged with voting for silver demone- tization, said; tha *' thou & h chairman of the com- was ignorant of the netize the silver dol- and means in ar- of cattle That the chief inspector of milk cows from travel vWnaT-?- the tube ™»^t ians. that by ^XirK^y* inspector of milk certified as' about it." In volume 1st as dozens of know ' in congress, of the chairman ; therefore I tell you, because * ruth . th *t I had no knowledge. 4, part 6, 44th page congress,. H ° n - man can read without being convinced that- t nd tho manner of its passage. h ?K U8e was tt colossal swindle. meas «re never had tbe> not Wa mint ' in the sen- to such herds. dealers supplied by Prof. Burt. .Arithmetic-Quantity and quality. W. H. Bixson, Algona. Mensuration—Illustrations with atus Prof. A. J. Lilly, Algona The exercises will be enlivened with vo cal m«sio by pupils from the Algona schools, conducted by Miss Agnes Randall" WOM5U" PAN VOTE AGAIN. At 8|ou* City the Authorities Say TUey Can Vote at Sohpoj Jjjeetlpns "Under the Present J-dtw. Sioux CITY, March 4,-The school hoard tonight decided to permit women to vote, in the school election nest week. Agitation has been in progress for among the women suf, ' several for the eleotfon of » the school board, The last pasae4 a law pwptttiP* women tp voe where bond(wer ? iVolved, The light feere to vote* f 9P Henry Wallace on Tuberculosis, In the last Farm and Dairy Henry Wallace, so well known to Homestead readers, has a long article, which he concludes as follows; Now that the discovery of the value of tuberculin has called attention to the nature of the disease, there is no reason why, by intelligent action on the part of stockmen, the disease should .not be practically wiped out of the state in twooi- three years, and by methods that would '°™\ v tM« e wno loss, and i» fact be profitable for all concerned. First. Dairymen who are furnishine milk for human consumption to the towns and cities should be required bv law to have their cattle tested, and all that respond to the test disposed of Ms&sste ¥>_•*"*»«« * !»*£ ™» J ' , one thing and another, and there coinage, and fix up The late Senators Beck ?b?ll the bill and f the have upon silver, Mr, r, Blame saying, among other things: ^^ in the Congressional Record, 1878) bill nnin st $?"•* V* the Consolidated mint ed cattle to their herds, ttrtr om e or luture convenes to enact a. law. If one or two -uld take the all the rest to follower lose the' . P a ? the leading breed* Proved stoc? to have Mr, Warren genpuncee this 9len4er aja4 in JHe reported, leave W * m They can thea with one olthe and the that from QW> ft/P r Swedy in Egotrip Bfttere ioine does noi stimulate and Whlskev nnv ntV,^»T.fr?: l .T-** l , ( * wWskey>rp¥er

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