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   Worth County Index (Newspaper) - November 3, 1898, Northwood, Iowa                                -The Index Northwood, Iowa, Thursday, November 3, 1898. TKAB IN ADVANCE. Volume 17. We have them. Boston Rubber Shoe Co. Arctics of all kinds. DEX. Number 50. The Index DOBI Jofc f riniing work Arctics of ail kinds. Make. Best Brand on Boys' Arctics of all kinds. Earth. Arctics of all kinds. thp LOWEST, Children's Arctics of all kinds. Prices Women's warm shoes and slippers. Men's Felt ISshoes. Leggins of all kinds. Leather leggins for 5, price stock complete. Hoods and Fascinators, the LOWEST. fei Wool Flannels of all kinds. Shawls, best quality, lowest prices. CLOAKS AND JACKETS Come in and see us. DlnnlfAto 50 cents, 75 cents, 85 cents, DldllKcIO, to per pair. their clothing from him JSaliot (or TBflortb gounty, 1898. For Secretary of State, PI G. L. DOBSON, or TOLK coinrrr. For Auditor of State, FRANK F. MERRIAM, OF DKLAWAHK COUKTY. For Treasurer of State, JOHN HERRIOTT, OF QUTHK1K COUNTY. For Attorney-General, PI MILTON REMLEY, I OF JOflNflOX For Judfre of Suprnme Court, HORACE E. DEEMER, a For Reporter of Supremo Court BENJ. I. SALINGER, For of Suprnme Court, CE E. DEEM MONTOOMKKY COUNTY. For Clerk of Supreme Court, C. T. JONES, OF WAHH1NQTOX COUNTY. D D D D o For Railroad WELCOMEMOAVRY, For Secretary of Slate, CLAUDE R. PORTER, 07 APrANOOiK COl'S'lV. For Auditor of Sifttc. E. H. GILLETTE, OF 1'OJ.K COUNT V. For Treasurer of State, NILS ANDERSON, or DBS MOIXES COUNTY. For Attorney-Gen ei-al. JAMES M. 1'ABSOyS, OT LTOK COUSTV. V. For Judce of Supreme Court, WILLIAM A. SPURRIER, or rOLK cou.vrv. For Clerk of SuprOli." Court, 'EARL R. PEHKINS, OP I'UI-K COCN I Y. For Reporter of Court, W. A. FERKEN, OF TAYI.OH Cof.NTV. OK o'HUIKN CUl'VI'Y. HI I vacancy) For Secretary of Stn.tc, MALCOLM SMITH, For Secretary of Stn.te, LCOLM OK I.1NN COU.NTY. For Anilltor of State. ,___. For Anilltor of State. PI EDGAR BRINTNALL, I J OF DL'CIIAXAS COUNTY. D For Treasurer of Stnte, J. C. REED, OF KKOKUK COU.NTV. n For Attorney-General, SAMUEL HOLMES, OP FHKMONT COUNTY. For J ml ire of Supreme Court, H. F. JOHNS, OP HAKIIWOX COUHTV. For Cleric of Supreme Court, ___, For Clerlt of Supreme Court. PI BERTHE J. BOWERS, 1-------1 Of UNION COl'JfTY. For Reporter of Supreme Court. M BENJAMIN RADCLIFFE, OF CHEROKEE COUNTY. D n n n n n STATE TICKET. I'ou Secretary of Statcf R. M. DANIELS, OF WARREN COUNTY. For Auditor of State, C. A. WICKES, OF UKCATUH COL'NTY. For Treasurer of State, A. M. HUTCHINSON, OP I'OTTAWATTAMIE COUNTY, o For Attorney-General, J. A. LOWENBERG, For Jodpe of Supreme Court, L. H. WELLER, or CUICIU.SAW consiv. For Clerk of Snpreme Court, A T T T TJ Li LI I V A-Lj-bl JttXJlLL', Or MU8CATIXX COWIY. For Reporter of Supreme Court, CHARLES R. SMITH, OF 0AVI8 COUNTY. Railroad Commissioner [T DAVID J. PALMER, U OF WASIIIXOTOS COL-STY. nr tl.IXTOS CUtMl D For Railroad Commissioner, R. M. DIHEL, OF COUNTY. iFor Railroad Commissioner {toflll vacancy) 1 A. M. JOHNSON, OF DlCKlXfloN COUNTY, DFor Kailrond Commissloae JOSEPH ASH, p Railroad Commissioner (to fill vacancy D D Misses' and Children's shoes, kid or calf, lace r button. Sizes 8 to 2. Price, 89c. per pair. Yours, MIMC88 DIRECTORY. lOrATMlO 1 kirs IP id.IOWS- M. D. ixira. p. W. Sanders, BV MTHOIUC MVHIOE o. OD.-S drug p'iVvV'. Dr.C.A. Kurd ama U TUorson Brown's VU Maim MortBWOoCvlfc. Br. L. C. Hewitt. PHYilCUN 40 N. L. K.BTI.J B 01 ytrar lialruHStpi Uslls J. H. GRIFFIN, Phillclsn r, lows All osJli promptly Or. M. Stlxrud. f I'MOMhwotKl Kotraaoo nrsl door uortb DM> All promptly mure. P. A. HBLCESON, M O. DR. JL K. RICE. OrOWB UK DSBIBWS ou BUJ OUoBtundsr for toe iiTJlii. 0( (MIA. ussh. Worth County SCAMMON A GILLRUP. Publishers OFFICIAL COUNTY PftPEfr. LAST CALL. To the JScfrMifans of Worth County: Let me urj-e you to do your duty as American on Election Day. Our party has named splendid ticket throughout, one worthy of and entitled to your loyal support. There are vital principles dependent upon this Elec- tion, A vote for the Republican can- didate for Congi-ess is a vote for sound policy, for good government, for honest Snance, for the maintenance of the honor of the Nation at home und abroad. It will serve as a vote of con- I fidcncc in the present as grand an administration as ever conducted the affairs of government in the interest of the American people. Moreover our county, the smallest of this congressional district, has been especially hohorccl in the selection of one of its citizens as the Republican standard bearer of the district. Let us show that.we appreciate that honor by getting out such a vote as will make Old "Worth the banner county of the district. Again let me urge you to vote, and to vote right, and to use your influence to induce your friends and neighbors to do the same. A. C. BI.ACKMOKE, Chairman Co. Ccn. Com. J. H. 40NIS, JUITIIT. IlMItB, IOWA. ill of dentistry ill worm Bud llp-to. UlMLl.il. Collln ForbM, B TTOMIK BI Lsw BBA KMl JV promptly OB Bind ,Ul boslaMS Botrusisa to our osrs Am prompt psrsoBBlaUSBlloD, At wr "oor OI Get out the vote. J. H. w. L. Eaton, untl (JoLlsotlun UWB In court. oJit. Larrjb Willing. KorlBWOofl CHy. lows. i.'' i AWYEKS.I.osn.Biia collection.. Ooni ...L offlo. ov.rMorth HTnlTliin Oo.. Obstructionists should be taught that it is very cold at the poles, Republicans should turn out .this year and endorse one of the best ad- ministrations that ever did business at the old atand, It is the duty of a Republican, this year of grace, to get to the polls, on election day, and to scjc to it that his Republican" neighboristhcre. It is surmised that a good many "ured Democrats" will get rested, by election time, to go to the. pvllB and vote the Republican ticket. ZOLLINCKR. ATTOH1EY-AT-LA-W. M. II. KBfLkS. t nail 1 "k-ciioim. to loan "U" Bus and Baggage Line PITU HUStX. Clear Lake It is now pre- dicted that Mr. Haugen will receive a Republican majority of at legist in the district. We hope the prediction may come true, as Mr. Haugen is an able, conscientious man, worthy of all the honor he may receive. He will never be classed as a poli- tician or lobbyist.' His sense of honor is too firreat. _ Dr. T. T. Blaisc. this district's Dem- ocratic candidate for congress, in town Tuesday, making the acquaint- ance of the voters and examining his political fences which are supposed to wear a sort of post-Ilallow'ueu aspect. Till! acknowlcdtresan agreeable call. Dr, B. is a pleasant, gentlemanly appearing man and if he wouldn't at- tempt to make political speeches liitnt ovucrn.l KeslBU- BEST toute high grsde finest quality linlsh. For agents of R.jLN.Ry. pack, two _ IB undersigned t do him some good to circulate about amone the voters in a social way. He has a little of the Bryan look about him, but none of the Bryau "rift of and his cuasion of political issues was about >s haxy and dreary a monologue at, we ever had the pleasure of and we use that word "pleasure" advisedly. It was listened to quietly there was not a ripple of applause until the close, and that, apparently, because the close came so soon. The Democrats of this district should con- suk-r themselves debarred from ever imfulKi'iiK in another lisp of criticism coucerhiuc iheRepiiWitun candidate's addresses, for if Dr. Blai-su's effort, of Tuesday cvcniny is a specimen brick Mr. Hiniren can heat him out of sight In loelc, matter, manner, delivery anil every other element of a speech, every diy in the week and every week in the THE PAST WEEK. Thursday, is military   Nation must establish a stronger niul better government than that destroy il bv force of arms.----The Paris of cassation decides upon the rcop-n- ing of that case to which there seems no Dreyfus trial. T lie release of the distinguished pnnr.fr is denied. Sunday, is quiescent, de- spile the efforts of the Parisian yelloiv journals to lash the public into hostile demonstrations, anent the reopening of the Dreyfus case.-----Emp. William party spend theholy day quietly m Jerusalem. Freoch MI-CSS of today takes a more peaceful, Sabbath-like view of the Fashoda incident. Philippinequemiou comes up at length before the Paris peace commission, and Spain for a certainty what she has had abundant reason to suspect. The Spanish press is inclined to protest against the American position, as an alleged violation of the terms of the Maso of the Cuban provisional council issues an address in which he expresses the   SON. For County Attorney, IV AR BOE. For Supervisor, District Ho. 2, N. J. NELSON, D D ty Attorney, For Supervisor, District No. 2, upervisor, Districl ED. RYAN. "Shall the following amendment to tho constitution be D D D n n n n n CONGRESSIONAL TICKET. For Representative in Congress, P. WOODRING, of Fayette County. JUDICIAL TICKET. For Judge Tfcctfth Judicial District, For Judge Twelfth Judicial District. For Judge to Fill Vacancy, COUNTY TICKET, For County Clerk, For County Recorder, For County Auditor, For County Attorney, For Supervisor, District No.-2, CONGRESSIONAL TICKET. For Representative in Congress, JTliBOB. STATE TICKET. For Storetmry of SUt A. C, OF OOUXXT. For Auditor of State, CLAUDE BRONNEB, OT ADAllS COU3RTT. For Treasurer of AUG. WESTPHAL, OT SCOTT COUSTY. n n DFor Judge of Snpreme Court. JOHN WEJLLENDORF, 3for Attornay-Oenerftli M. J. KREMER, n n or KOTT For Clerk of Supreme AUG. LELONECfl, OF 8COTT COCSTT. For Reporter of Supreme Court, CHAS. SCHERNICKAN, OF BCOTT COCXTV. For Railroad Commissioner, PETER LOHSE, OF 8COTT For Railroad Commissioner (to fill neuor) JUDICIAL TICKET. For Judge Twelfth Judicial District, For Repretentative in Congrti D THOMAS TRACY, of County. D D D in C. HOSTRUP, OT CtEBTON CODKTT. CONGRESSIONAL, TICKET. For Representative in Coagraw, n D SD id n For Judge Twelfth Judicial District. For Judge to Fill Vacancy, COUNTY TICKET. For County Clerk, For County Recorder, For County Auditor, For County For Supervisor, District No. 2, D D D n n n JUDICIAL TICKET. For Judge Twelfth Judicial District, For Judje Twelfth Judiciil District. For Judge to Fill Vaamcy, COUNTY TICKET. For County Clerk, For County Recorder, For County Auditor, For County Attorney, For Supervisor, Diitrict No. 2, the several counties of the state accord the next session of tlv _ lng The house ot representatives shall consist of not more than one hundred and fifteen members. The ratio rf r.', tho i.iiMihpr nf t.hH noiiahition of the state. :is shown by the last preceding state or national census, oy ine wnoio I hereby certify that the above is the correct ticket for Worth County, Iowa, for Election to be held on the 8th day of November, 1898. GOING TO THE FRONT, [lly Jo. V. STIXIIUU. tut 111. Infantry.] On the 4th day of July, while awiit- ui; the arrival of three U. S. punboats that were to "escort" us to Cuba, we re- ceived by courier hurried orders to proceed to the front at a forced march. Orders were issued hurriedly and aa promptly obeyed, and soon the entire nt stood in line, every man with that were 10 escori usio we ceived the glad tiding that Cervera's a load of from 65 to 75 pounds. It was fleet hid been destroyed, and both in then that the_ captains of of the day and the victory ev- erything in the bay was elaborately decorated with flags and bunting, and salutes were fired from the fort and gunboats. Yes, it WM a Glorious Fourth. The next morning sin large bouts besides our own, convoyed by three gunboats, slowly left the Ameri- can harbor to take us to the land we were all so eager to reach and of which we had in the iasl read much. The journey across was one I shan't so easily forget, for here we tasted the first privations of our long campaign. Just imagine us boys, all from good homes, huddled together like so many head of cattle, with the horses under- neath three decks, receiving unseason- ed roast beef, three times a day Bui we hadn't left our homes for fun, aud said nothing, for we realized that harder trials were in store for ua. O" panics aaked for volunteers to remain behind to take care of our but not a man out of 1400 responded, and the colonel, although seemingly pleased, gave orders to pick out the last enlisted men and leave them be- hind. Thus about 200 were left behind and 1200 strong we responded to the final command, "Right forward, fours right, and we were on the way to the front aud to our fate. It soon got dark and the jolly talking and singing in the ranks ceased, and silent- ly we followed our file man and tried to look at it all brightly, but the fur- ther we went the worse it got. There to be even a mule path and we had most of the time to crawl on our knees, climb up large rocks, jump down in pits, wade across rivers and walk over swamps which reached up r knees. Ordinarily to march harder trials were in store ior us. v the third day I stood alone on the aft 30 miles for our regiment would have oart of the boat and saw on our left been as nothing, but here every step the majestic hills which appeared as an exertion and our Khoulders and backs were soon aching, for the strings around our shoulders commenced to cut into the flesh. Then the rain came though velvet clad, and I wondered to myself, "What shall you encounter be- hind those 11 the eye so pretty looking imagination Yes, I let my rather vivid free sway and saw myself storming up such for the honor 'of my beloved Stars and Stripes, when suddenly the boat pars- down as it only can in a tropical coun- try, d.inaling our eyes; but for that matter we might as well have been, blind, for we could not see the hand in front of us, but felt for our preceding ed a cape and we saw before us the bay comrade 2.nd followed close up to him. of Siboncy. Everybody came on dt-ck Then we would pass the word along to view the place wlicre our victorious I "Look out, boys" to right or left forces had landed and with nothing a bit- hole, a stone, or any other ob- but rifles had stormed up the hills and sUclc that might have injured them taken blockhouses and strong positions j Then came clieery word from some from the dons. Well, the same after- boy, a piece of a jolly tone from an- j noon we landed in small boats during; noon ane quite a storm which made it very diffi- cult to get ashore, and were thor- oughly wet when we at last felt land other, and thus we gradually drew nearer our destination. But as time went on our feet acemed as if loaded leatl; the ammunition and bag- ouchly wet wncn we at icu i.mu 0 under our feet. But, oh, what a sight gage commenced to weigh us.down now met our eyes! In a row on the uid many a boy said, uesday, 1 newspapers indicate that Spain' may tmjak pft peace negotiations and seek Kmic mure experience.-----The American political campaigncrsarc cloning with of Republics u success all aloug the li lie. IVeilntsJav, Franco-British war cloud begins to lower again, and there is tremendous activity in foreign circles.----The si si Iowa nails lot Manila today. beach were erected a lot of tents which were used for hospitals, and unceas- ingly there poured from the woods soldiers carrying on stretchers their wounded comrades, and they looked worn and weary for they had carried them from IS to'lT miles. We drew near and saw their pain-drawn faces while maybe some limb or another was hor- ribly mangled, but they complained not, those heroes, but said: "Boys, we arc glad you've conic. Go to the front and fight tor that dear old (lag which we all love." Another discour- aging sight met our eyes. Around us there walked hundreds of half-clad natives of Hie lowest negro lypu and toon realized that these people for whom we had come to fight repaid us by stealing our clothing, food, etc., and it was with poor thoughts of the Cubans that we that night threw our- selves on the sand to get a little rest preparatory to the hazards of tomor- row. The next day's afternoon we rc- t any longer." But what could he do? A near friend would say, "Oh. stick it out, Bill, we'll soon be there Out still it seemed we should never reach the spot on which we should be allowed to rest for an hour or so, until daybreak sent its first rays out. Oh. how long those At last we heard loud voices in front, anfl we gradually foiwicd once more op an open space in company front, and got com- mand to drop wheie we stood in the muil with everything on and our guns hugged close to our bodies. I have seen orders executed promptly when we gave an exhibition drill in Chicago, but never was one obeyed like this or- der. Everyone dropped as if liy magic and was fast asleep in the water a few minutes after. It was really an hour but seemed only ten minutes before the bugle sounded, and we received orders to hurry to the front, seven miles away, as an attack was eipecteJ; But I tell you w; feet were swollen so it was a tired lot of boys that again started on a forced march. As we drew nearer the front we could plainly see where the worbt battles had been. As the rains had washed away the lose ground, we could see the knees, arms, or faces, here and there, of our brave boys who had just seen hurriedly buried foot or so un- der ground. It did not tend to encour- age us, but we could not stop to pay them.the honor they deserved, but sped onward and at last reached a lit- tle valley where as we passed through we were shelled and shot at by the Spanish artillery from the town; but berc a.s on most other occasions their poor gunnery and judgment of dis- tance saved us for we heard the shells screach over our heads and explode way beyond us. When at last we drew up in front of San Juan hills where we were going to defend the entrench- ments our dear old colonel gave com- mand as though we were dress sarade, "Fours left; captains, rectify Ihe and after every man that left the coast was in his proper place he turned to the general and re- ported the First Illinois for duty. The generals smiled for they had never seen such appearance and perfect line in time of battle, and later on they cave the 1st Illinois a great compli- ment, saying that our duties were per- formed as perfectly as our regiment's alignment appeared when first report- ing for Yesterday Worth county gentleman just back from North Dakota told us the Democrats and Populists there were msking the meanest kind of a personal political fig-ht against Hon. J. G. Halland, Republican candidate for state superintendent; that they were reinforcing their scandalous charges with insinuations that Prof. Halland's Iowa record was bad, etc. Papers of the afternoon mail brought specimens of some of those or insinuations, also brought what to any candid mind mus1 William Cullen Bryant, an American poet who lived close to Nature's heart and whose best verses are not read nearly so much as they deserve to be, was born November 3, 1794, 104 years ago today. He died in 1878. A famous critic characterizes Bryant's poetry an "pervaded by a pure and genial phil- osophy, and a solemn and religious tone "that influences the fancy, the understanding and the heart." Col. Martin, president of the Iowa Central railway company and state chairman of the National Democratic committee, urges all Democrats who believe in financial honesty and the time-honored principles of the party to vote for the Republican congressional nominees this year, and for these good reasons: "The Republican party in loiva has taken advanced position on the money question, and, an increased najority" for the congressional can- didate of that party will encourage sound money men in other states, will be a killing blow to the free silver 'allicy and will prepare the way for such comprehensive and enlightened monetary legislation as the country needs and all sound money men earnestly desire and demand." KEEP QUIRT and use Chamberlain's Colic, Cholera and Diarrhoea Remedy for all pains ol the stomach and all unnatural loose- ness of the bowels. It always cures. TKACHEKS' EXAMINATION. An examination for persons wishing certificates to teach in Worth county will be held at my office in Northwood Friday and Saturday. Nov. 25 and 2fi. SB. TOVH. County Supt. 0 of Hardware, Stoves, Tinware and Kitchen Furniture is the largest and best quality of any in the county. OUR PRICES ARE RIGHT. If you want a GOOD Job of Fur- nace Work, give us a call. See the best Wringer at any price. FRANK C. HALL, Hardware, be complete refutation of them all. We presume there arc no men living (ex- cept Democrats and Populists) of whon some mean things cannot be said. Bu we wish to say here and now, what hundreds of people in this community will Mr. Halland's Iowa record was flawless. He prew up here from studious youth Into scholarly Christian manhood. Iowa people ad- mired his record here and have taken pride and pleasure in the (food record he has made abroad. Thus far he has won his way on pure merit, and what- ever the outcome of the present elec- tion may be his Iowa friends will still have faith in Prof. Halland. The meanest phase of a political campaign is the proneness, not to say anxiety, of some people to believe evil of a political opponent on slight or on no evidence at As a penera.1 thing the noble red man Isn't worth a red. luilillrtttUMl Nov. 10.1 AdmlnistrslBr's notice. u Hn.I, oum, ITL-Wii'. lliL'Ut k'Kii'.lv niHlK-luliMti'd I" Him. JAJIIK nisi.mironii, HIGHLAND PARK COLLEGE OF. TELEGRAPHY pod School ol ToleeroplW um Instruments lwsy uut AND STRONG SIMPLE. That is what, in fact, the IRON BED is. Of course it is not as cheap as the cheapest wood bed, but it with thej wood bed and note its many advantages. No bugs, no joints to unglue. no panels to warp, no] varnish to peel. It is proof against the very elements that would soon ruin a wood bed. Its wo have one style, brass-trimmed, as low as Come in and let me show you some of the beds, j They are all right. W. W. HUNTER.   

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