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   Algona Republican (Newspaper) - July 27, 1887, Algona, Iowa                                TO ooTtit ES AM ronimiinlcftticns for thlx pap T should h nrrom fmnlitl by the name of tlm IHH to hut nn timid fntth on tho Art if Write only mi one ur itmpn H iiiirileulnrly viirefitl In KivliiKtmmtu nmlilines K hnvr th Irtlira nnd tlgnnn pliilti nml Prop pf iinmrK often Illllctili to because at carciifs mtmniT lit whuii h y re A LONHON p ipctsponka of the Prince of Wsilcs SIP tho fat litthi Kngliiitil ijc becoming Auierican FIFTY years igo a colored woman put in savings bank ami licr heirs liavo just realized from Evidently tho bank ollicinlfl litl not HSU the money in wild wpeculii FIVE Pcnnsylvinii women kindled their ires with coal oil and there were live funerals within fortyeight yet there arc plenty more women who risk their lives by kindling their tires in the same THE theory of the astronomers that In course of a few million years tlm sun will not have enough left to sustain life on this planet had no per ceptible effect on a thermometer hung in tile shade during the recent torrid now the oatmeal millers are or for the purpose of controlling the trade and fixing the prices in the United Slates and If they the cost of oatmeal of be and all at the ex pense of the poor sick and ISG new in the military line is an international which it is proposed to hold in Chicago next Invitations have been extended to the proper ollicials of nearly all the European governments to be repre sented on the and some have already CLEVELAND receives daily a most voluminous Strange as it may many of her letters relate to public Such comiminica tious at once turned over to Coloi ncl Lainont She is importuned for for for and is I even asked to obtain for muti lated j A CHINAMAN is stated to orcd that horseshoes make cutlers The wrought iron i m the shoes having boon constantly hammered acquires the hardness of It is also supposed that the ani ma of the hoof has lo with The mehil is said to be good 1or the manufacture of knives and s ivcm I PAKK tf contains tirusjiml is cloven miles Central Park of New York inj duties 834 costing j for the land and Thu j parks cover and j those of Louis about the Prospect includes nearly 600 and Druid Hill Park i of Baltimore 080 i THE Louisville CourierJournal says that if ever there is to be a new Ameri can its author should take care to omit tlvc word It is forever getting mixed with and no amount of euro on the part of Ahe graceful penmen of tho press can prevent the substitution of the building for the Not only should this lie but its inventor should be hunted down and TIIK Washington papers are printing a will made by Kosciusko just before lie finished his visit to America in nnd which is among the files in thu oflico of Recorder of Wills in the Dis trict of According to tho which was aftanvanls super seded by a new the patriot whose fall made freedom shriek be queathed all he had to Thomas ierson for the purpose of freeing ne THE oldest man in the world is said to James a colored citizen of tho United who resides at Santa He is years He was born near in He was one of the labor ers at Fort MotiHrie during the iinstie vessiul attack by the British fleet in At present the rheumatism keeps James from but he can drag himself a short and other wise is in fairly good IT is now settled that trphoid fever germs are curried almost wholly in wa and i hut while freexing does not destroy them boiling always It is tlint liltrutiou is wholly ineilectivo for the purification of water bearing these so that the water in u well may be iniWtod from at a considerable With these facts deliuilely determined it ought to be easy to reduce the danger i of typhoid lever to a minimum by Now THAT the Hawaiian Islanders liave been shaking up their King und they ought to to revise heir which embodies stuh dense rnuli lies as giving the King absolute veto j no vetoed measure being perI jtiitted to bo brought forward again during the same and it lie Ministry to the King and the King responsible to no The new it is propose to irelain the King as a ligureheud and run ithe country An Elevator and Bushels of Wheat Nine Rnltdinsft at nn Oil Itolliiory nt AN IMMENSE July last evening fire was discovered in the Anthony on the east side of some four miles from the business center of the Two engines were sent but owing to the inadequate supply of a small creek being the only source of their efforts were well nigh futile nnd the mammoth building slowly but certainly fell before tho onslaught ot the flames and at a late hour was still The elevator was the largest structure of tho kind in the It was a triple connected by bridges or and had a capacity of 000 but at this time contained a great quantity being to Chicago when the high caused by the were The wheat in the it is will bo a total and estimated to bo worth Of this amount Crosby had which is fully covered by Tho balance is likewise supposed to bo The loss to the building and machinery is 000 insured for Tho wheat de stroyed is onetenth of tho visible supply of the exclusive of Leading millers say tho lire will only tem porarily affect the supply for milling pur The burned building is a compara tively new and was well equipped with apparatus to be used in case of and had two watchmen constantly cm How tho fire started is a und no satisfactory theory can be advanced by those in a position to July destructive fire broke out here about twelve oclock Monday night and consumed nine build It was discovered tiist in the rear of Vamlivors livery stable on Main and soon all the adjoining buildings were in A high wind was blowing and the flames lapped everything up for two The familj of the had a narrow Twelve fine horses were burned to a The tire companv werebufHyl in their attcmp s to save as thff water works were not in working Tho total loss is with insurance amounting to The following is the loss in detail Jack son Vnndivers and Millers Millers undertaking two gold watches and five insurance Robinsons blacksmith and re pair Griffin loss ou stock no insurance KoRors livery insurance un known printing office twostory frame residence and all thu insurance dry loss to build ing insurance loss to stock insurance Phillips Brothers largest merchandise house in the damage to stock and building fully July last night in the clothing store of Hirsh caused a loss to stock and building of 000 insurance July Standard Oil Companys refinery at Constable together with a number of adjacent buildings and a quantity of oil in was burneu last Loss HUNTER Tho Kmineiit Virginian Taines Airny at His Home In ThHt 1euorfully at the Ajje of Seventynine July one of Virginias most eminent ante belum died at his home in Essex County aged seventynine Hunter was a member ofthe Twcnty Twentyseventh and Twentyninth being Speaker of tho House in tho He as United States Senator from Virginia from 1847 until the secession of when ho resigned and was expelled in Ho was a delegate from Virginia to the Provisional Congress at Richmond in that month was in the first Confeder ate Congress was Confederate Secretary of Slate was arrested alter the war was pardoned in was elected State Treas urer of Vi rginia in 1877 became ill and al most destitute in recent and was ap pointed to an unimportant Federal office in tho vicinity oi his home by President Provincial of tile of tile Order of Augustine NEW July Phila delphia special says that tho provincial of tho Hermits of tho Order of Augustine in the United States has been formally deposed from his high on grave and scandalous and a former it is was defeated by crooked means at the last has boon ap pointed as his Tho deposed officer is John who appar ently received a majority of one at the election by the It scorns that this result was the work of an ecclesiastical and that MaclSver had been An investigation was and MacEver was given tho Some of Gilmores friends withdrew from the but matters are noiv quietin Arrested for Uubbiny u County July special from Albu says In the safe of the Apache treasurer was robbed of Dinicio tho und his brother Fran had a number of arrests but could convict no and recently suspicion pointed toward Francisco Baea us the culprit and ho was His original story of being compelled to open the safe at the point of a pistol by masked robbers was shown to be u fabrication and he was held in default of Tax Collector a July tho discouraging report of the late grand jury the County Commissioners have de livered to George Kcrshuer tho tax du plicate of the Seventeenth ward for Kcrshuer is one of the tax collectors re cently He made a full settlement for by paying nearly into tho county being the largest of taxes made at ono It is generally charged that the recent investi gation by the grand jury arose out of the fact that Kershner had delayed making a settlement for a long although be lieved to have a large sum of money be longing to the county iu his THE of Coming Exhibitions by nnd Loout The following shows tho location and date of the various fairs of State agricult ural and independent organiza tions for the coming fall Montgomery American FatStock Sh oct 1723 818 American ChlottRO Aui 19 American Horse Chicago NOV Hlt American New Yorlt 28 Dec 8 Pomologlcul Boston Sept Ml7 Arkansas Kim Sout lijltf Sncruincnto Sent 12sM Morulen Sent tslfl Dakota South Mitchell Horn SliW Dakota Oiand Pork Sept 1S1T Dover 20Oet 1 Denver Exposition SeiA 13Oet 83 Sept 2il29 Mucon 24S9 Olnny sup Illinois Fat Chicago NOV 818 Indianapolis Sent Des Monies TonoUa 1024 City Fut Stock 27Nov 3 Kunsiis City Nutl Expn 15Nov I Lexington 80Sept 3 Lawrence Kansas Sept 611 Low Is ton Sept Mi Easton ln23 M Jackson State Jackson 1023 Milwaukee Industrial 83 Paul Hiimlino 917 Minneapolis Industrial 31Oot 15 Jackson Oct 1722 Louis Oct 88 bedalui Aug 15aO Helena Aug 3227 Lincoln 1118 Keno 1 Nebraska State Lincoln Sept 918 Now 2 New Waverly 11138 New Rochester 81 1 North Kalutali 1821 2024 Northeastern Waterloo 2630 Columbus 3 Neb 510 1217 KhoUc Providence lfl23 South Columbia Hll Nashville 1 Dallas B Toledo 510 Hurlingtun 1210 Richmond 2038 AVest Wheeling 59 Western Or Rapids 1983 Milwaukee 1217 Wisconsin Wisconsin Oshltosh 59 09 THE COKE Figuring Up the Cost of of lie To till Lous to Stnkurs und Opui of Nuiirly July coke strike just ended was one of the most stubbornly contested battles over fought between capital and For eleven weeks and four days the fight went and now that it is over tho feeling be tween tho men and the operators if any nioro cordial than it ever was The amount of money lost by tho long idleness can not be accurately but it runs up into the mill When the strike began fourliiths of the men in the region money of their but very few of them have enough money now to take them out of tho district if they wanted to For the llrst six weeks all of the wore The average wages including mine boys at 75 cents a day and coalminers at from to a is Counting at that the good men lost during the lirst live weeks 500 in Thon gave thB and went to For six weeks the remaining have been carrying on the and have lost making a total loss in wages of If a sliding scale equal to por advance is arranged for them it will take a year and nine months steady work to make up for the time they have The operators have also been heavy Tho pumps hnvo been kept run nintr at all the yard and pit superintendents and clerks have been drawing and mules and horses have been getting fat on oats and hay that they did not At West where tho Pinkorton men have boju sta the expense has been over a day since the strike Bo sidos the ovens have become cold and badly out of Fully u third of them all over the region will have to be overhauled before coal can be put into tho coke trade has fallen and it will take time and money to build it up It is estimated that the actual expense to the operators has been from to a while their loss entire will foot up to over STRIPPING THE Itavagea of Locusts in a Minnegotu County of Them Fill the Tliouimmt Acres Stripped Hare of July year grasshoppers appeared on one or two fields in Porham and destroyed part of the They were little unable to and supposed to bo common grasshop They kept together in a worked mostly on the edges of the cutting a narrow and disappearing about harvest Now the prairie at Perham is alive with In the Held they rise in a cloud and beat against ones On every clear when tho wind is millions of them can bo soon high in the going as the wind carries The crops at Perham are a dead Ten thousand acres can already ba counted us Vegetation in j placas is devouroJ to tho ElseI whero the leaf is stripped oft and the kor nel leaving the bare stalk anS the husk withering in the Every thing is eaten except wild grass and In some places currant bushos und young treus are stripped of bark and Numerous as these insects arj this is evii dantly only the beginning of their rav STANLEYS All Xews to IUcredit the Ilu jiiors of the KxplorerH July General Administrator General of the Congo Free telegraphs from to lha London agency of the Associated Press that the central government of having its headquarters at has not heard any unfavorable news from the Stanley General Straunch loft Aruwimi on the ild of July for W tho headquarters of Einin This is long after the data of his re ported death as given by tho native at STREATORS Over Xiiiety Houses Demolished or auU SixtyOne IV r son a July Tho destruction of properly caused by the explosion of the Wilmington Vermilion Companys powder magazine Thursday morning was not in tho least exagger ated in the Fortyeight dwell ings are demolished and as many more damaged from to With five exceptions every plate gluss front in the business purl of the which is threequarters of a mile from the scene of the was The number of seriously injured people U About fifty were slightly IOWA STATE following are the Louis grain 2 no I A great many bogus nickels arc in circu lation in the villages of the eastern por tion of the Tho ninth annual meeting of the Iowa Hotel Keepers Association will be held at Sioux City August A gold from which pay dirt as per ton hits been is one of tho discoveries in Montgomery At the recent annual meeting of the lowu and Illinois Medical Society in Davenport ofllcers were chosen as follows of Andalusia Uls of Rock A wire nail with a capacity of twentylive thousand kegs per is in expectancy ut The Baptist Church of Waterloo has received a now bell weighing Hay is twelve dollars n ten in Warren A farmer recently sold ten cows for eighty The FineStock Breeders Association oi Penn Madison has been with a capital stock of Polk County farmers report tlmt wheat is yielding twentyJive to thirty bushels to tho The Board of Supervisors of Ida County have decUed to purchase a poor and the question will be submitted to Ui3 peo ple at their next Oscar living near Fredericks Chickasnw caught cold in one of hia knee joints about two years ago and tho trouble did not but lin gered on from day to and inflamma tion of tho boiri sot A doctor was called in recontly who cut the leg off just above the Gotlieb oiBurling died the other night from tho effect of a kick from a horse received the previous Governor Larratioo recently sent to the office of the Dubuquc Tlrnex a stalk of corn grown upon his of which the editor says It is tho largest stalk of corn these editorial optics have ever gazed upon at this season of the Just think of itl Ton feet as straight as an with several perfectly formed ears upon and its tassul still reaching upward so that no one can tall where it would have stopped had it not been cut down in its The now Carroll County courthouse is expected to be rea ly to turn over to the county some tune in Lightning struck a large hay barn be longing to Jatnes north of Brook the otlur night and burno 1 it with all its contents to the Eighty tons of hay and a large quantity of farm machin ery was September 15 ami 1G have been set as the dates for holding the Sioux County Governor Larrabee hau appointed Lewollyti president ot the State Board of Heallh atid Albert of an I of Dos State delegates to the National Conference of Grant Wilsou was drowned while bath ing in Skunk river at Oskaloosa a few n gins The farmers of Northwestern Iowa are to put up plenty of Tho gen eral shortage of the grass crop elsewhere Will cause a liberal The following postofflcos havo recently been made moneyorder offices Grant Wash Troy and Way New postalnote offices are Ar bin and Father Aloysius of Marys Catholic Church Port a widely known died the other day of con gestion of tho He had been rector of Marys for sixteen Charles Lotty was killed by the cars re cently at and liis body was taken to his former homo at Burlington for Joseph a prominent farmer living near Van Buren County was prostrated by a sunstroke tho other died in the Stephen sixtyfive years who lived neat committed suicids the other day by shooting The charge went entirely through her body unl the wadding set fire to her Whun her husband reached the house her arms and legs wore burned to a crisp and the carpet was Tem porary insanity was supposed to have boon the Charles a wellknown lawyer of died a few days aged sixtytwo Ho ivas u descendant of General John aged fourteen was drowned in a pool at the rock quarry near Ottumwa the other while water ing a Frank nged twentyone fell trom the third story of building in Das Monies a fow afternoons ago to the pave ment and was The Stale Superintendent recently des ignated teachers institutes to bj held in the following counties Humboldt Palo Du Black Mitchell and all to be held at the respective county seats except which will bo held at Wyo All the meetings will be held dur ing and most of them will con tinue three There will be no fair in Marshall County this Thi corner stone of a Presbyterian church at Fonda was laid with appropriate ceremony a tow days ago in the presence of a and interested The State Mux recently finished her annual report to the which shows Uio library to be in better condition lhaa at any time in the past with constant addi tions to Us and an efficient man agement which has placed it among the loremost of Western There have been additions to the horary during the past and by donation or making the total number now in the library A severe hail and windstorm passed through the northern part of Poweshiek County the other destroying all uncut small stripping the command leveling and The width of the storm was about one mile Corn in that region would hardly make onethird uf a Charley young minor who wus imprisoned in u flooded mine at Grand Greene was rescued alive and well the other He escaped from tho water by biding in an old air chamber ten feet and when had been imprisoned 110 The Methodist people of North Des Momes are talking of building a flue brick structure that will cost fully LABOR AND Tan Chinese Knights it New York have been transferred to mixed BUTTE has five assemblies with a combined membership of seven A VEKMONT woolen manufacturer has Just purchased pounds of wool in THE Troy Steel Iron Company is testing a lot of Venezuela iron ore in its new Union Bridge of has started on the bridge across the Ohio at AT Detroit twenty years LehighsoUl at per Scranton sold Blossburg at 50 per IN Hoboken the silk mills are BO crowded with machinery and operatives that more space must bo built or fcot four Inches of coal was found in the test well that was sunk be tween Trimble and A FKEXCII labor agitator in New York declares the French workingman are tin alterably opposed to a war with Quirn a number of manufacturing con cerns lire removing shingles and using slate or some other incombustible roofing TUB Canadian Knights are once more gaining in A successful cutlery establishment has been and a shoe shop is talked No LESS than one hundred towns and cities are now contracting for material for water or electriclight all of which helps the iron and ironpipo Tun Knights of Labor Building and Loan has been organizing at and the mem bership will bo conlined to members of tho DuuiNO the first six months of this year six of the leading Western cities twenty per more in building than last Minneapolis shows an incretuo of seventy per THE largest pulp pump ever made is now being completed in and linen works havo been completed in tho same and filled with machinery brought from THE busiest mechanics in the country are builders of motive power 1or steam and One New York company sold horse power capacity in May and All shops are JAving Witnesses 1 Ask any one who has used Piorccs Pleasant Purgative Pellets as to their mer They will tell you that blotches and eruptions disappear that that breeder of relieved that the appetite is restored that tho wholo sys tem is renovated and regulated beyond any conception by those little Being purely they are porfcctly harmlcss being composed of active they ure powerful Purge and purify tho system and disease will bo Of all A UAIAOON is like a It inflates very and is hurt until it conies and then it wrecks alike tho just and tho 2liilaileliihia i VjrJt Good is that which yields largo returns from a small the way is clear I No no big returns If vou aro like most of mankind you have some where a weaknessdont feel at all times just as youd like today back ache down sick next because your blood is out of A small outlay and what largo returns I You invest m Piorccs Golden Medical Discovery and soon fresh blood courses through your and you aro another being WIIEHEIN area policeman and a rainbow alikol Both are tokens of peace and usu ally appear after a A Grout Lejfacy to bequeath to your is a pure than wealth because it will never prove a You can not givo what you do not but mothers will find in Piorces Favorite Prescription a wonderful all bringing their systems into perfect so that their un shall rise up to call them blessed I There la not u druggist In all thu land But ahvuya keeps a stock on OMI reason why so few men are heroes to their valets is because so few men have Uttle and Lively In the kidneys aro partly and finally dwindle in Whatever be tho cause of their it if disregarded for any length of tho precursor of their The requi site amount of stimilus to arouse and keep them active and healthy is afforded by Hos tetters Stomach It is also a benign regulator of the bowels uud a super tonic for tho and checks malarial disease and A LAHQB head is a sign of but a bier head ia u sign of A COMPLETE Toilot Service always in cludes Glenns Sulphur Hills Hair uud Whisker Tho best A nuiiio inU ti not common Uua ctiaruccor aro THE NEW July LIVE J3 ft 4 fj b5 5 to 315 5 4 4 2 81 ft INi 45 JWIijA PUKKMess Steam JH13K8K Domestic Kxtru Choice Medium Hatchers StueU Inferior Cuttle Uood to Clio SHKKP Creamery Good to Choice Dairy EGGSFrush Winter Spring Patents a Corn MS 5 G UU 3 305 y 75 175 5 10 a Ml 13 is 10 3 JU 3 41 400 4 4 4 a a 5 g 4 4 4 m 4 4U 87 511 75 10U S7 40 15 10 50 75 85 ai 10 n U i BROOM Carpet and Hurl Crooked POTATOES buj MCBB Steam LUMUEU Ctmimon Dressed Sluing Common Hoards Fencing EAST Best Fair to Good Yorkers PlHudolphius Best Common Best Medium HOGS SHEEP Poor 15 01 055 IS 00 32UCI ll ill 175 a 00 S4 ou 400 5 5 5K 450 S 50 li 475 050 aau era 0 J3 it i 5u Wl SU 45 i 5S 5 r a 70 53 03 5 OU 40 4 4 5 3 r 7 01 Chicago Your Tanuills Punch 6c cigar is be coming more popular every Cigar drummers dont bother us any Htroo Wnss ft singers throat is raw you expect her songs to be wall burgh A wrsie man follows his nosej n fool fol lows his dont Tnn best cough medicine ia Pisos Cum for Bold NEVKH scald your breath in other peo ples IP afflicted with Sore Byes uso Isaao A BAT habit to got coat that it not paid Cures Sore L Lame Stiff Old Sores and All Aches and iao nrnny testimonials received by us more than prove all wo cliilm for thin valuable It not only relieves the most severe but It Cures Thats the Idea I Bold by SONO BOOK mailed Address WIZARD OIL COMPANY MUST RE IN IsallcliablcIlenioilyiorLiviMOmitiamtsmidillscaiised by ndoraneod or torpid condition or tho as Dys Jt rcciihitcisthc puri fienlllG stTRnrfliflns the AN INVALUABLE FAMILY Thousandeof testimonials prove its ANY WILL 1OU ITS The only S3 SEAMLKSS Shoo in the Finest perfect and Button and all styles As stylish and durable as tliose costing or SHOK excels the Slmes adver tised by other Nant ud lunped on bottom of fkflh Boys alt wear the DOUGLAS 82 If your dealer dues keep semi your name on postal to JOCEXES ANTIBILIOUS THE GREAT ENGLISH REMEDY or Frcn from Mercury VeuutiiblB Affouu KtJLLlCB iULUBII Chicago JU MARLIN REPEATING RIFLE BEST IN THE Martin Fire New FRAZER AXLE Best In the Made only hy tho Frazer Lubrica tor at Sold COMMONSENSE QTfinif 1111 ELASTIC dlUuKINU PATENTED V doesnt hurt the henl or ord a particle any penwn after putting on the Com monSenso Stocking will never wear onn of the old May President of TrutfH 68 State Pisos rtomody for Catarrh is the Easiest to aud CATARRH Sold by druggists or sent by G FOR AMP FIRE Tlio most interesting book at the selllut oW For ana circulars address 8IIMiV S11LLKK PENSIONS lor soldiers and widows of the Mexican War and All kindsof Government Claims Col Circular of laws sent Claim A CTU Ml Jt Bnd fIA v FE Mo I i ieot Ciuoii Morphine JIubIt Cured In 1O No puy till A Samples worth nut nnJortlio horses Write BUKWSTKK SAlKTY UU1N DYSPEPSIA UtilEDY Su Pull UNION COLIJtfKof FallTerm be gins For H7BO CLARA is DiujiiiDeiiitly and healthfully Vupilg arriving at or may telephone to Academy for S3T For further uurticulurs apply for UNIVERSITY Courses in AOHICULTITKE Me and Mininti AKCiUTKCTlius CBEU KNGUSUttnd MuDEUN ANCIEKT Ireparatorr eourso of one Women Address 3EUM LL 1145 WK1T1NU TO Ihul juu uw Uio AdvfrUMUifut   

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