The Algona Republican from Algona, Iowa on October 8, 1890 · Page 1
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The Algona Republican from Algona, Iowa · Page 1

Algona, Iowa
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Wednesday, October 8, 1890
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- It: VOL. XX. ALGQNA, KOSSTJTH OOtJNTT, lowl, WEDNESDAY, OCT. 8, 1890. PTJBLtSBKD KVttHV WK»WK8DAy. 'ARR & HALLOCK, Proprietors. JOS, W.HAY8. Editor. ' • Tefme 6f Subscription. Owe copy, one yeaf, In advance. . ..... , < . . .51:50 One copy, six months, in advance ...... «... <rs 9ne copy, three months, In advance ........ «o Ono copy, jme year, If not paid in advance . 2;oo Subscriptions continue till ordered stopped 3ttid all arrearages are paid. BOOK AMD JOB PRINTING. The equipment of the REPUBLICAN OfBoe for Book and Job Printing is unsurpassed 'In this •cormty. Steam power. 6^" Advertising rates made known on'appll- *>ation. This paper Is PRINTED BY STEAM POWER. Weimightgive'inore space to the edit- 'orials'of the Democratic papers that don't like 'the REruotscAN's views, *but can't -a,]} talk at once. No, 1. •and stand with it on the Mills bill form of 1J£ cents per puund titaiff on binding twine, while this fall it wants them to vote against their party because it has left seven-tenths of a cent por pound 'Oft the twine. It strikes the average m«a you know, that the only thing in which the Courier is consistent, one year with another, is in always wanting Repu'Wl cans to vote the Democratic ticket. Whatever may be the changes in its platform, its cheek is always the same. we 'There is not an article used by Amen•cans on which a-duty has 'been ''imposed, 'that cannot be manufactured by Atneri 1 can skill and labor.—Dubuque Times. The Emmetsburg Reporter makes the igoodpoint that Republican farmers should ••Always verify the statements of Demo- •cratic papers. They lie l like the old rScratch, not to mention his place of residence. The Democrats are already actively 'working theft favorite ! dodges meant to . divert the Republican forces and capture I the county for Democracy. Republicans who can give their assistance to the Democratic program are queer Republicans. The Des : 'Moines Leader nonsensically prate?! about the great fortunes piled up tective tnriff - But the f act is a single one of the greatest f or- \vebeenaccumulated in lines of /. which could possibly have been Jy the tariff.—Sioux City Journal. The Republican primaries come off Friday, and the county convention-on the Friday following. ;fco the time has come when good work cam be done by Republicans for their party. Every Republican should participate in the caucuses and help to make the ticket a good«one. We are told that the coming convention is likely to be more'of a deliberative body than some conventions we have htid, and we hope this forecast will be -verified. Republicans should remember the defeat of last year orily to avoid the mistakes leading to it and to nerve themselves to work with zeahand good faith., The two things essentialmre the avoidance of factional quarrels<-and the .selection of a tick et that will command the con fldence and support of every Republican voter. en- • 'The Des Moines News does not seem to apprehend any serious desolation and ruin in the west as a result of the legislation of the present congress. In fact, the News takes a. decidedly optimistic view, and "bijiiByes that 100 per cent. Will be addj^rais.^ market value df every acre ••-" les £nand in the next five years." •. . i -"„.•.•',-, , of $500,000 for the : on the Hennepin canal 7ot the extra good moves of con- Thi6 c'inai will connect the Misi and jfcake Michigan and so afford Continuous water transportation from i Davenport to the Atlantic-coast. The icompetitioa with the railroads will give reasonable rates for at least a portion of |the year. Sioux City Journal: There is only one "thing the matter with the campaign stories being -run in the tariff for revenue -only newspapers to the effect that foreigners buy\American agricultural imple- 1 ments cheaper than American farmers do. '"They are not true. The farmers of Am t erica have the cheapest and beet agricultural machinery in the world, *hanks to <4he inventive genius of America and the •^protective policy of tbe country which •has built up American manufacturing. "The Oxford'Beet Sugar company at <<Jrand Island, Nebraska, commenced op- •«»ations last Thursday, and in itwenty- iomr hours manufactured over 800; barrels •ofrreflned sugar ready for tbe market. The company expects to make a ninety •day run, the supply of beets being only sufficient to supply them that length of •time. This is the v largeat and most .complete sugar factory in the world, fff it sucoaede it will give the west a new .and «oimportant industry as well as cheaper sugar. Speaker Reed'* popularity springs from his fearless insistence that the majority ahall rule. Mr. Dollwrer's remark at Bhil- adelpWft applies to Iowa as well as Pennsylvania,- ' 'If there is ! any section of the , H country stfcat prefers a paralytic congress( an impotent house of teprcsentatives, a government with curvature of the spice, it is aojtthis magnificent«ommonwealth." Yott'rf rigfet, Jonathan. Majority backbone > on trial in this campaign, jo Iowa The first fruits of the McKinley bill are dropping into the lap of the farmer. The United States consumes twice as much linen as any ether country. This linen is all made of the fibre Of the flax straw and millions of tons of flax straw rot every year, that might be utilized in one way and another. On the^very day that the bill imposing a duty -on flax was agreed to, a corporation was* formed in Minneapolis with, a view to manufacturing linen. Speaking cf this new terprise theDubuque'Times says: Following the Minneapolis venture there will undoubtedly be others, and in a not very remote future the present worthless ftflax straw will be worth as much to the farmer tas the seed is at present, and that is about as valuable as anything produced on western farms. This, like the tin plate industry, will be a western enterprise. The new tariff law is al ready proving a benefit-to our farmers. The De& Moines News vouches for, I. L. Wood's legislative 'record, which has not. so far as-we nave aoticed.NTjeen assailed,-, and the way it does this is to show that.; Mr. Woods was asupporter of the meas-' ures of reform-which the Republican majorities ia tooth houses enacted into law.f The News.does not, however, vouch for? the record and .platform of the Democrat-; ic party, which as •& Democratic candidate}: Mr. Woods has to-etand on. Mr. Woods'' is taken to be a -well meaning man, of; ; good reputation ^and mediocre ability,), and Be holds his own first rate till he tries-? to run as a Democratic candidate, and a/; champion of Democracy -in national af £ fairs, agaansUJ. P. Dolliver as a Republiil .can candidate and Champion. The edi->, tion of the News ^containing the Woods/" record article'is-beingcirculated in thief county as a Democratic campaign doou r ment, but the paper contains lots of cam4 paign literoturerfor the Republicans, W- for example its .-article predicting thatp Iowa farms -will double in value ia fiw years. The Democrats can't stand pros perity like that. The people ought to get onto the inde-; pendent candidate racket right away.' The Republican/voters especially should; do so. Write it-clown to begin with that< the average Democratic voter hasn't an} independent hair/ia his head. When he' votes for an independent candidate he,! does so because there is no Democratic candidate in the field. No Democrat casts a vote for«an independent candi ... I finished paying for the other day, norses, twenty head of cattle, 100 _ „-», besides all my machinery, attd Rood part of this year's crop yet. M land is worth $30per acre, $4,800; the'' horses pverage $100 each, $600 20 cattle •mn h JF^ 0 ' W; 10 ° hogs worth $5, £OUU!; machinery, wagons, etc., say $§00, making a total of f6,750. Nowldoa't know just how much I have left out of this year's crop. I have sold some but have the most of It yet. I had 40 seres of barley at BO bsahels per acre, 1,300 at 50 cents, $600; 30 acres of oats, 85 bush' e l 8 SS r acre ' 1>0501 l sha11 sell 000 bashels at 80 cents, $180; 60 acres of corn 85 bushes per acre, 2,100; I shall aeH 1,400 bushels at 35 cents, $490; my'hogs are d ° 1D S well and I shall sell 60 «t say $8 each, $400,-I'Shall sell 4 fat cattle at $25, $100 which'makes in all $1,7!TO, without counting anything on such small things as butter, .eggs, poultry, etc. .011, yes, I torgot, I have 4 acres of potatoes which are turning out better than I-«xpected. j es ^,n ey .^ wi11 vie l d fu % 40® bushels, and3GO'ot5themat75 cents makes $225 more; thate $1,995 in all ain't*? I had °° ^fes'rrated for hay aodipaature. Now "think I can 'payout' and pull "Now;" we asked, ; 'don't >you think if you weren't robbed so under this iniquitous tariff - " "Ratif" said he, and Jumping, into his wagon he started off with this farewell sfao.t: "'If I'm robbed *t tthis rate, just P«ur a lot more of it OB, please! Pour it «ght<»nto the cut; neverraind the hurt— riLstandit." And he drove off leaving as tp'meditate on the inherent ignorance ot the man who thus falls to appreciate one to him by • and who cftn <j ouo t tfeo *ejuU,-*<3ed w Rapids Bepublican. Idaho, tbe Ji|t of the six oew states to hold Us election, in th wJtb an tfcorougb Tfee west is going to Jt week took its pcfesaian, and did W hi<?h Indicates . to Rep^blioanism solidly Republi date without feeling pretty sure that his vote so cast is going, to count for Democ-' racy. An Independent candidate who is really a Republican thus places himself in a false position, ^A. recipient of favors from Democrats, i»e must give, some re-' turn that will be counted as an equivalent by his Democratic supporters. In the present campaigmit is quite clear that .the Democratic purpose is to turn all .their energies towards the election of a iBemocratic Congress, .And next to help- iing out tbe Democraticf.local campaign, if mot as a first consideration, Republicans "^PUBLICAN V®TER" AGAIN. The Bancroft Register's "Republican Voter" has no claim'(JQ our columns and we'are novry to disappoint him if he expects any further replies from the REPUBLICAN. His last af-fcicle referring to the Lodp bill and the tariff is nothing but a certificate to his ow-astupidity, and needs no. ans.wer. A few 'words once uttered by Gener al Grant fully -explain why the passage oi the election bill will not only be aibenofit to the Republican party but to tfce w hole country. -''There is not a sio-. gfle el ection precinct in all this broad land' WheroaDemocrafc-maynotcast his vote: •in pe ace and safety and haye its countns-i •sureei, but there are hundreds of precincts' iiawJaichit as much as a man's life is'-won h to appear at the polls with a Re-' .pub! ican ballot in'ihis hands. If this 'evfl' is not soon curefl what will become o'f free government;" No one but a shot-gun:' fP? 1 ' ,py DemocratoQr;'a disgruntled •'" is it" is objecting to the Lodge bill. VTOl "Republican Voter" friend may hare'been! noting the Republican ticket wHen' we' we) re quite young, and he will pardon purr suggestion that toe can serve his coon-toy far better that way than by voting the; Democratic ticket or writing free trade artacles for the Bancroft Register. THE ELECTION BILL. i Perkins: ";The election bill simply protects the right of every citizen, black: or white, to cast his zote and have-tt coianted. If there is no opposition to this honest vote-arid honest count, then there will be nofforce. The law against murder is a -force law to the murderer; The election bill will force a few dishon- •est whites of the>south to be hoaest. It does not force the honest man, itprotects him. If elections have been honest in the south, as the southern Democrats ^assert and the northern ^Democrats politely assent, then the election bill will make no change. But th&rpoor negro soldier who fou ght for the Republic, has not been allow;ed to vote, and when he has v«ted his vote has been stohsa. The rights ®f the blaipk man have been destroyed fontwen- tyyfears, and now.when the strong arm of t he government:seaches out to protect H|TS, CAPS, AND FURNISHING GOODS flush Caps T A Y L O R S SUSPENDERS. J£ypu want the best, go to T A Y L O R S Choice new line at 25c. Worth 50c. C|Mnpt all Prices, Cheapest to the Best Cheapest Price ,1f e have a complete stock in Dress Goods, Cloaks, Blankets, Yarns and Underwear. Our natural wool under wear in Men's and Ladle's at $1,00 is the of the town. terests heartily commends, as designed to inaugurate an era of good prices. And •then Mr. Woods wants .the worst way to go'to Washington and occupy Mr. Dolliver'^ seat for a while so he can work for pensions for the soldiers. Holy Moses! ThV Mesaengf r calls the attention of Soldier 'Champion Woods to the fact that Mr. Dolliver has.received votes of thanks for his votes and speeches in their behalf from some 500 grand army.posts throughout the land. Another thing that weighs on the mind of Mr. Woods and compels him to offer his services to his country is the "tariff iniquity." Mr. Woods, if he should by any mysterious-dispensation of deluded voters be'enabled -to inflict himself upon the next congress, would perhaps be very much surprised to find the battle over, so far as the .present is concerned. The most Mr. Woods could do for free trade in the next ; congr6ss would be to fill the Record with -windy speeches in its behalf, and tbe Tenth district don't care to have him da even that much. Mr. Woods has not made a-strong case. Ambrose A. Call D. H. HutcWas J. C . Blackford, ^^ „„ hau<l to loan -A LOT OF- can right along and is going to tocome in a short time the dominating fores in Republican councils, %i, Clatkww now says that the next Republican presidential candidate will coma from the Mississippi valley, and the Sioux City Journal goes him one better and sayf h« w m hall from west of tbe Mie«ii#jppi. w asistheCowriej'fi > Is the why « appeal to Democratic support as Independent candidate^ wiU be expected to bring Republican votes to (be Democratic Candidate for Congressman. We are sorry this is so, but it is*o, and tbe fact ought to put Republican, who want to see Republican ascendency maintained in this .eojintry, oa tbeir " - depeadeait movements* A Holstein correspondent <of the Mar- sballtown Times-Republlcsa writes as follows to tbat paper, It is w instajBp* of tariff robbery: We encmii«a today of a ftiwx it be was going to be able "to pay out" and pull through, "Well," be said, with a lurprisin^ly hopM air, 'T» going"H> try it-dotft Iwow 'tt I cm jw$ there or aot, btttl'minaftd must s«to or elnk. I started here ten yews ago, (taking out a oencil and commencinK f WPYir »W» .i."^' i^» scftrctOy any tWng, aoid u * him, when the nation is about to «ay to •the Tote steaiers "stand back and let this man have bi« rights;" The election bill >dest:roys the rights of no man. It destroys rthe %vrongs of the .vote stealer aad pro- ^tects the rights of mas. Force? Yes, the elaetion bill wiUforce yaen to be honest. The law againstapur- tder forces tbe murderer not to kill. MR. WOODS TmiS WHY. Mr. Woods, tbe ;Demqeratic candi4*te f w Congress in tbis distgct, is out hi a letter of acceptance, }n wkicb be mabeg a weak and puerile attempt to show wfey this Republican district should send biu to<Uie national council chamber in plaee of Mr. Dolliver, The first *nd foremout bo^r cause tbat Mr. Woodf represents u opposition to tbe parliamentary rulings of Speaker Reed whicb«nabled the house of representatives to do business. Tbat would be a splendid point down in Louisiana, bat here in tbe worth tb$ Speaker'! rulings added a hundred per cent to bis and several tUouaaoda to b.ia .majwlty. Tbe ne*t mjBDttoiiJBd patriotic purpose represented by Mr. Woods is op- posUioa to tbe proposed election bUJ, wbicb is designed solely to give republicans in tbe south tbe same rlgbt ot freg ballot tbat democrats e?ery wbere enjoj. It takes gome gall to enabfe a man to conw at a republican district witb tbat kind of in appeal. The third taiog Mr. Woods j—.— ^ . |^ Jbl to The October 'Century opens with a frontispiece portrait of Joseph Jefferson. The last installment of the autobiography accompanies the familiar face, an installment which the author considers the most important of all, perhaps because it contains, at considerable-detail, his own final ^reflections upon the art of which he is an acknowledged master. It is doubtful ^whether such subtle and at the same time ^practical suggestions can be found elsewhere in a source'so authoritative. Small in size, great in results; DeWitt's Little Early Risers. Best pill for constipation, best for sick head ache, best for sour stomach. Sold by i)r. Sheetz. Poland Chlima. Prime Poland China feoars for sale by Brnest Bacon, IJ£ mi. east of Burt. 1-4 OF THE NEW Fall Styles in NOW ON EXHIBITION. &OST— A gray 'double -shawl on north of water miil. Finder please leave at the postofflce. . fDur friends suotild giveiBke Witt's cough and consumption cure a trial No disappointment follows the iuse of this reliable u«aicine, and it merits the praise receiv- eddfrom allwnonagtt. Bold by Sheetz. VARIOUS QUALITIES & PRICES If you are interested in Carpets don't fail to call and see them soon. The Grange Store, BONE SCATCHINfi. Herbert Sperry, Tremont, Hl.,hadery- sipdlas in Jbotn Jegs. Confined-to the bouse 0 weeks. Be says; "When I was able to get --7 •-„—,- ~zs~"" «**vw everyttiing with* out rehef . Was torme»t«d in this way for twg.r' 6 *^ ?«*¥> 'ouwiClarke^ Extract Of Fla«(PapiUQB] Bkio Care at *e drug store, iwedk and U nw owed «» sound and .well" Olarkj>' 8 yja, Soap j^ ^ equa i |orb»tb*ndtoll«$, Skin Cure $1. Soap «5c, Wm aale at £. A. Sbeetg* drugstore- 1 We sell more p| p«WHt's Uttle Early Biiers tbaft any ottos? pills their action is , do not gripe or cause pain, are the Meadguarters for all Unfa of SHELF S HEAVY HARDWARE, Tinware, Cutlery. All at Bottom Prices, OaU and see me, J, F, GILMQBE. , regulator*! t»e liver, stomach *ad bow«l8.-i<. 4; L. Leasing ba» several styles of o WbWb be wjM aeJl at low figures, aewiug mach4 BW ou good term •cb«ap. > direct result of indjgea- ANDERSON VILLE FREEI

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