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VOL. XX. AL&ONA, KOSSUTH COUNTY, IOWA, WEDNESDAY, FEE, 4, 1891. No. 18, I'tlBUBHltU MVKRY WKDKK8DAV STARR * HALLOCK, Proprietors. JOS. W. HAYS. Editor. Terms of Subscription. One copy, one year. Hi advance $1.50 One copy, six months, hi advance 75 One copy, tlireo months, in adrance w Subscriptions continue till ordered stopped and all arrearages are paid. BOOK AND JOB PRINTING, The equipment ot the IHK-IIBI/ICAN Office for Book and Job Prliuling is -unsurpassed in this, county. Steam power. 'Advertising rates iradc known on application. This paiser is the olllcial paper of itos- suth county and the city of Algona, Until the HepubKcans in th.6 upper house exhibit a little more back boue'tre shall feel inclined to spell the United States Senate hereafter with a smalls. An exchange • observes that oao most encouraging features of the 'corn con trovcrsy is ""fee fact that ttie'Gidar Rapids <3a7.ette>is taking the ernor Boies. The com discussion still g»es 'OE, and is being .productive of gooi? results. It has aroused the farmers to thwik and talk, about'the subject more than they ever did befere, and it will probably elect a Republican governor next fall. Col. H.'K. Hood, of Linn county, is mentioned as a possible nominee'' for governor 1 on'the Republican ticket. He is •well'known all over the state^ad is the staunches* of staunch Republicans. Col. Koofl would make a strong candidate. Secretary Windom was one • of the few men stf'fortunate as to have^no enemies. He was loved and respected 'by all who fenew'' < Mm. His services -to (the country foavet'been eminent and 'he <vrill go down in history as one of our greatest financiers und'foremost statesmen. •"lisrequires the largest-dhanty of tliej imagination to recognize in<the Senate the;! features of a deliberative'body." Mr.? Deliver was right. IE ffoe-efiLce of United^ 8tates Senator is still to be • considered a. sinecure, the Senate should be displaced along with the Elections <fcHl and a lees 'dignified but more useful body shoul<£ >tahe its place. What "blull'," says tJie New York Press, referring to the threat -inpee the part of & •various southern states to make any ap- . propriation for the World's fair, should Hhe Elections bill be passed. "Talk about Georgia and Alabama and Tennessee and Texas and Arkansas, not exhibit ing and displaying their resources at the World's fair, what nonsense," "Chicago •can stand it, the World's fair wfll survive it, if these states with lands to sell, mines tO'develop, towns and eMiies to build,-do away." ancy -of our achiexienieuts begot over confidence and in H'828 congress swept: away all protection to our foreign ship- ing'fasterests and oer ports were opened to^f/he ships of other nations on the sairre terns as our OWR. This policy has almost silenced out ship yards and driven •our flag from tka high seas. In the 3aat 35 years we ha«e paid the foreign •ship •owners nearly $3,000,000,000 for our •carrying trade which might have been faept at home-enriching our own ipeople. Mr. Window favored ample protection to our mercha«i marine. Referring to the money question Mr. Windom. s»id: It is essential to commerce t-hat the currency with which it is conducted be adapted, both in quantity and duality, to the wanfs-of trade, as that the vehicles of transportation should be adapted to their purposes. If the circulation be deficient, trade is crippled, prices fall, -obligations are dishonored, distrust is created, and commercial panic and disaster ensue. If, on the rtther hand, circulatiios is redun dant, prices become temporarily inflated, wild (^peculations are stimulated, debts are redidessly contracted, 'credit is dan gerously expanded, and for ?a time trade seems'to float upon the high tide of sue cess, 'When suddenly Uve failure of some largcftirm or banking house discloses the true situation, and the 'entire fabric of fictitious prosperity falls with a crash evewmore disastrous than can be pro- duosid by a deficient circiiVation. The ideal financial system would be one that should furnish, .{joist enough of absolutely sound currency to meet the', legitimate wants of tratie, and no more;j and that should have enough elasticity of, volume to adjust itself'to the varying! necessities of the people. I know thiei s«3ms diftlcult of attainment, but I believe it is substantially possible. Coulix sech a circulating medium be secured tire gravest commercial "disasters which threaten our future might be avoided. Believing that there is not enough of either gold or silver in<the world to meet (the necessities of business, I am an eare- 'CSt hi racialist and 'Concede to no one a •stronger desire than I feel for the free atid •unlimited coinage of silver, as soon.>as conditions can be readied through inter national agreement, i or otherwise, "by which such coinage shall be'safe. But it issue—and it is not likely^that the convention this year will. The concluding resolution of last year's Republican platform reads as follows: We declare against compromise with tbe saloon, and stand by the people of teis state in their hostility to its existence., spread and power. * » And for approval of the work and record of the Re publican party of this state in this great cause of temperance, involving the pub lie peace and the safety ot good govern ment, we appeal confidently to tho elect ors of 3iowa. Frederic Remington's illustrations in Harper's Weekly of scenes and incidents connected vilh the late Indian disturbances have attracted wide attention on account of their spirited character and the fidelity of their representations, The forthcoming number of the weekly, to be published Jim. 28th, will contain another article by Mr, Remington entitled "Lieutenant Ca-se.y's Last Scout," accompanied by a number of characteristic illustrations of the Chis-chis chash or Cheyenne In dians. is my firm conviction-that for this coun- "iCThe Iowa farmer raises ;his own -seed oeru and his own horses and mules and in-most cases his own boj'-s, and yet the Democratic juggler witfc statistics -and figures, in order to give Gov. Boies'.calamity stories a color of the reasonable, muke the farmer pay fJS.OQ.per bushel'for bifi'Own seed corn, charge iiim $3.00.per day for the use of his own team and make him hire a hand to run tho farm while his own boys lie in the shade. In addition tothis they make him pay -rent for his ova land, charge him interest on the money he has,, invested, an& then lump all'these items together as tbe necessary and>GCtual expenses of raising a crop of com. ! Every true spirited Republican is sorry to know tho fa.te of the Eletions bill,— practically killed by a weak kneed Republican Senate. We behevein "Republicanism, from the shoulder" and are sorry to-see a Republican Senate domineered by a-buHdoxing minority. The Elections bill was 11 patriotic measure framed in the interest «f honest elections and ttie rights of disfranchised American citizens. With the present house of representatives as a model in its new features of a deliberative assembly, with a Republican president waiting to sign tho Elections bill and witli the Republican party as a whole approving it, the United States Senate sirapiy backed down before a blustering minority. The defeat of the Elections bill i« the result. try to enter upoti that experiment now and under existing "conditions would be extremely disostrouc, and that it would result, not in bi metallism, but in sitrcr mono-metallistn. .Such an experim&nt would, in niy judgment, prove a greater disappointment to its advocates than to any one else. Theyiinsist that it would expand tho circulation and permanently enhance the value of silver. I believe it would produce a ewift and severe contraction and eventually reduce the manhet value of silver. Let* ine briefly suggest some of my reasons i'or this belief. Free and unlimited coinage of silveivby the United States, wiule the other great nations pursue an ojtposite policy, would invite all the owners of that metal throughout the world to exchange 371.14 grains of pure silver, wo'rth about 88 ets. for 23.22 grains of ^ure gold, worth-ev ery where 100 cents. Nearly all the options of Europe are anxious to exchange their silver for gold, and they woulcUit once accept so tempting an offer. 'The mint statistics of the-treasury department show that the stock-of full legal tend«r silver in Europe amounts to $1,101^400,000, and that of this amount the banlcs .of Prance, Germany, Austro-Hungary, the Netherlands and Belgium hold $438,806, • 065. A large part of tiiese vast stocks of silver would be ready .for transfer to -HS at once, and the swiftest steamers would, be employed to deliv.er.it to the Treasury in order that the proceeds the owner-e might buy go!d exchange on Europe before oui\stock of gold-should be exhausted. Would our own people-await the arrival of these silver argosies from Europe be-j fore acting? Not unlessrthe Yankee has f lost his quick scent of danger and forgotten his cunning. Bank depositors, trust companies, tbe holders of United States notes and geld certificates would instantly lock up aU the gold at command, and then join the panic (inspired -procession to the Treasury, each and all anxious, to be in time to grasip the golden .prize before it is too late. (Probably be •fore the swiftest ocean greyhound could iland its silver cargo at New ^rork the last gold dollar within reach would be safely hidden away in private boxes, and in vaults of safe deposit uompa&ies, to be brought put only by a high premium for OKportation. This sudden retirement of $600,000,000 of gold, with the accompanying panic, would cause contraction and commercial disaster unparalleled in human experience, and our country would at oaice step down to the silver basis, whew there would be no longer any in- duceanent for coinage, and silver dollar s would! sink to their bullion value. NEWS BRIEFS. Encouraging religious revivals nre reported all over the state. Meissouier, ihe great French Artist, died at Paris last Saturday. •ffohn II. Mitchell was re-elected United States Senator from Oregon. 'The Consolidated Mutual Fire Insurance company of Chicago has assigned. 'Three colored prisoners perished in a 'burning jail at Friarsport, Miss., Monday 'The annual meeting of th« Iowa State : 'Medical Society will be held at Waterloo •in April. « Chas. Bradlangh, M. P., Che great English atheist, is dead. The funeral took I place yesterday. The Elections bill has been abandoned by the Republican managers in the Senate. This is its defeat. Lieut. Schwatka, who was injured by a fall at Mason City last w«ek, is much im proved and will recover. Stanley was dined by the New York Press Club last Saturday-night. Talmage and De Pew were present. A stage coach running between Chihuahua and Pinosalto. Mexico, was robbed of $60,000 last Saturday 'Bight. The last official act of Secretary Windom was the selection of a site for the public building at Aurora Illinois. The world's eighteen hour bicycle re cord—304% miles—was 'broken at Omaha last Saturday. The record being 308% miles. The beginning of a new novel, in a ioew field, by Dr. Edward Egglcston, is an im portant feature of the February Century. The scene of "The Faith Doctor" is laid in New York City, and the subject is not only'Christian Science, Faith Cure, etc., but the socitil struggle in the city of New Yonk, The first "heading" of this story is "The Origin of a Man of Fashion," and the second "The Evolution of a Society Man." Dr. llggelston describes a "Spun taneous Pedigree," and the "Bank of Manhadoes." Acts at once, never fails, DeWitt's cough and consumption cure. A remedy for asfclima and that feverish condition which accompanies a severe cold.—Dr. Sheet/.. Original Notice. STATE OF TOWA, ' Kossuth .County. \ District Court, March, 1891, Term. Wolcott B. Vn.tt Against The AmericanKmigrant Gomptvny. To said Defendant.: You are hereby notilied Unit there is now on file a petition of the plaintilt in the ;ibove entitled action in the ollice of the clerk of said court, claiming that he is the sole and absolute owner in fee simple of the south half of the southeast quarter of section No. two (2) in township ninety-six (Off) north of range No. twentv-eight (28) west of the 5th P. M., Iowa, and asking sail eourt. for a decree conlirininu said title in hiai, the plaintiff, and Uarrinis defendant from •ever setting up any claim or title thereto. And unless you appear thereto and defend on or before noon of the first day of the next March term of said District Court, to be begun »nd lio'den at the court bouse in Algona in said county, on the 2nd day of March, 1891. default will be entered, against you and judgment rendered thfiit-on. IT-UO J.B.JONES. Pill's Atty. IOW.A... ANNOUNCEMENT. TO THE PUBLIC: We deairc to announce that we have received a new, clean, fresh stock of Staple and Fancy Groceries. We earnestly urge an early and careful inspection of our stock and prices. THE CASH SYSTEM Enables us to discount all our bills. We contract no bad debts and our customers will get the benefit. Come in and see us. CADY & HALLOCK. 8ECBETA3Y WINDOWS SPEECH The speech of the late Secretary Windom at the banquet last Thursday night in New York City is worthy of careful study. A clear, forcible and concise argument, it was characteristic ef Mr. Windoin. ' 'Our Country's Prosperity Dependant upon its Instruments of Commerce" was the subject of the toast. Mr. Windom confined his remarks to "the chief instrumentalities of commerce, transportation and money. Starting out with the assumption that the wealth of a , nation was dependent upon its commerce, he spoke of our domestic commerce which has been carefully fostered ajod promoted by the nation, comparing Us condition with that of our foreign com- At oae tiflxe our merchant m»\w The upper house of the Wisconsin state legislature voted the repeal of the 'Bennett law yesterday. The vote stood 16 to 14. Senator Turpie, of Indiana, introduced a bill Monday providing for the election of United States Senators by popular vote of the people. Michael Eyraud, tlie noted French criminal, was guillotined yesterday morning. He went to hisiate angrily refusing the services of a priest. The Kansas slate Senate passed a "bill last Friday abolishing the metropolitan police system in Leavenworth and Wi chita. The saloon keepers are jubilant. Rev. Melville D. Fan-ping, a prominent Congregationalist minister of Minneapolis, was taken suddenly ill at the 'dose of his sermon last Sunday, dying-soon after. South Dakota is pushing the artesian well business. Brule county expects to have about 20 wells in operation by spring. If the irrigation plan worths, it will be the salvation of'South Dakota. According to a bulletin just issued by superintendent of census Porter, the total production of Anthracite coal in Pennsylvania during the calender year 1889 was 40,665,152 tons, valued at $65,717,165. Miss Lent, the young school teacher at Winnebago City, M-inn.. who was so brutally assaulted by a Mrs. Cruzen a few days ago for punishing one of her cfcild ren has since died from 1flie injuries re ceived. Canada is anxious for reciprocity with the United States. The Canadian government has requested the imperial government to propose a joint commission to •settle the question of trade relations with the United States. A man was rescued by the Des Moines police last week from the clutches of a band of Christian Scientists. He was taiken sick about five weeks ago with typhoid fever and has been slowly dying fot 1 want of medical treatment and proper car* ever since. He cannot recover. Administrator's Notice. Public notice is hereby given that the undersigned his this day been appointed mid commissioned by the District Court of Kossuth county, in'thmtate oflovva, administratrix of the estate of Snith H Carlisle, deceased; and all persons hivini? claims Hjrainst snid estate are hereby notilied to (He them with the clerk of said court, clearly stated and duly sworn to, and within le»il time, preparatory to their being allowed or proved ; and all persons owing said estate sue requested t/o make immediate payment to the undersigned, and avoid costs. Dated at Aljsmu, Iowa, this 24th day of Jannary, A. D. 18U1. KVA E. CARLISLE. 17-20 it'-"-.-; . Administratrix. Commissioner's Sale. By virtue of anionler of sale directed to the undersigned commissioners, from the Clerk of the District Court ilf Kossuth county, Iowa, on a Judgment obtained in said court (in the intli day of December, isjx), in favor of Bolou Philbrick as plaintiff, and against Half M. Gastin as defendant, for the partition of the veal estate named and described in plaintiff's petition, we will on the 2ist day of February. 18»1. offer for sale to the highest bidder the following described veal estate, to-wit: The northeast quarter o£ section No. thirty-four (3-1) in township ninetv-nine (9i>) north of range No. thirty (30) west of the 5th P. >!., Iowa. Terms of sale are cash. Said sale to take place in front of the court house door lu Algona at the hour of two o'clock p. in., where and when due attendance will be giveiiby the undersigned. Dated Algoua, Iowa January 15, isuo. I W. L. JOSLYN. Commissioners.-; o. E. PALMKK. 17-18 ( K. II. CLAKKE. Notice for Toll. B. Mitchell. Yon are hereby notified of October, 1881, the fi: .Kstate, situated in the Tax Deed. that on the cth day lowing deseribed Beat jountjf of ICossuth, and STATE EEPUBLICAN PLATFORM AND PROHIBITION. Ever since the Sioux City convention last summer, a bowl has been going up from the Democratic press that the Republican platform was a"weak and straddling affair"and that it "repudiated prohibition." Every third partyite and every enemy of the Republican party in Iowa joined in the howl. The latest echo of this howl is from the Courier. The Sioux City Journal quotes from the Courier and comments as follows: But why is the Journal so anxious on the prohibition question all at once? It used not to be very active in that direction. It is said that the Journal editor wrote the state platform of the Republican party 'ast summer, and in it he ignored the prohibition issue. — Algona Courier. It is unnecessary to say that the Courier is a Democratic organ. It presumes upon the intelligence of its readers. Whoever wrote the Republican platform jhjljtyear, and whatever fee ignored or 4M P»e thing is fgrj: the SITTINGS. Inter Ocean; "Tbe window glass trust died without a pane," but Democracy was pained. Trusts must nourish, or Democ- will droop. "Tbe necessaries of life" must be made dear, or all the campaign will have been in vain. state of Iowa. The unaivided one-half of the 8 W H S K }4 Section 7 Township 100 Itauge 28 West of 5th P M Iowa, was sold by the Treasurer of said county to ,1. E. Blackford, and duly assigned to F.|E. Smith, who is now the lawful holder of theeertliicate of purchase thereof. That the right of redemption will expire and a deed of said \\\nl be made unless redemption from sncli sal? be made within ninety (lays from the completed service of tins notice. I Dated this 28th day of Jan. A D 1891. f * F. E. SMITH, 18-20 Holder of Certificate. Administrator Re In the matter of the cluird, deceased, to a the above named esta iled that on or befor 1891, said executors w the District Court ot their final report an And you are further n thereto must be tiled before the Urst day of which will convene a Kossuth County, lo March, ism, or said r said administrators d released. c. S. BLANC F. VV. JKNK Inter Ocean: Governor Boies doesn't think much of Iowa— when be is talking to the rich free trade Democrats down East— but tbe State can speak for itself. Two rich veins of silver and coal were discovered Tuesday. A 1'Al'KU 1TO11 THE MILLION. The Western Rural and American Stockman is one of tbe oldest and ablest farm journals published in this country, and none is more fully identified with the best interests of the agricultural classes. It deals not only with the farm but more especially with the farmer. Its columns are devoted to subjects involving literature and science, and its aims are for the promotion and elevation of the social and economic condition of the farmer and his family. The Rural advocates physical culture and manual trainindaj well as intellectual endowment. It believes that the state owes to the citizen the right to such an education as shall tit him for a self-reliant citizenship and tbat our public school system should be enlarged along the more practical lines. In abort the rural is a fireside companion as veil M ft helper to the affairs of farm life. Subscription price,, f 1,50 j^ p«f. Montana, Oregi Tbe remarkable g: region occupied by tl egoii and Wasbingt those who are uuacy natural resources of t berlng, grazing, fruit are here carried ou M unknown in any othe The states of Not now the sceue «| ; building, uut the priu line in these two stat one traversing tai-.n Pacific railroad. Till to Helena and Butte < Wash., all PugetSpu all rail line to f acjiiu The Northern P^ci) inducements to houie era ot second ciassN the privilege otst Wash., and sengers are thus anilning all sectM saving of from $5 to Notice of Final ort. state of Milton D, Blau- the heirs or creditors of You are hereby noti- the iirst day of March, (lie witli the Clerk of Kossuth County. Iowa, ask to be discharged, lined that all objections tli the said Clerk on or aid term of said court be holden at Algona in a, ou the 2nd dav of ort will be approved and ;burged and tlieir bonds NSON [Administrators. ant Washington, vth in population of the states of Montana, Oris only surprising to inted with the unusual s section. Mining, lum- 'rowing and agriculture a degree of success ection of N. America, na and Washington are awe amount of railroad pal and most .important , and in fact the only from east to west and reaching all iinportai; sections is the Northern road Is the shortest hue y, Mout., Spokane Falls points, and is the only and Seattle. railroad offers special eekera by allowing hold- tt Pacific Coast tickets g tea days at Spokane oiuts west of tliore. Pas- n an opportunity of ex- of this great state at a $15 as against any other 3ST 1ST T —AT— We will sell Remnants of all kinds of Goods at a BIG * SACRIFICE Call and look them over and get a big bargain before the best bargains are all gone. The CashStore Price Current Buy where your Dollar goes the farthest. 1 dozen clothes pins for $ 01 One package 5 cent yeast for 03 One package soda (strictly pure) 05 One package Dixon stove polish 05 One box axle greose 06 One box Lewis lye 10 We sell other goods in proportion to the above. We are agents for ROCK SALT for stock. 32 bars good laundry soap (1 box).. 90 20 Ibs. choice butter crackers (1 box) 1 00 20 Ibs. Crystal rice (try it) 1 00 12 Ibs. California dried grapes 1 00 12 Ibs. choice raisins . 1 00 A good lantern for only 35 Townsend & Langdon, Ambrose A. Gall, President. D. H. Hutcliins, Vice-President. J. C. Blackford, Cashier. FIRST NATIONAL BANK, Of Algona, Iowa. ^-CAPITAL $50,000.00. Money always on hand, to loan at reasonable rates to parties who can furnish first-class Security Directors—Ambrose A. Call, D. H. Hutching, J. C. Blackford. Wm. K. Ferguson, C. B.Hutcnlns, Philip Dorweiler, A. D. Clarke. M. Z. GROVE. JOHN GROVE. LIVERY, FEED, AND SALE STABLE. Best of Horses and Carriages. West of Thorington House. M. Z. GROVE, MANAGER. line. In tbe matter ol Ice uaroodatlons tUe Northern Pacific rallroai ranks first. Througu dally traus-coiitlHeutal (rains carry Free Colonist Sleeping Oars, Fjlst aud Second Class i)»y Coaches, Pullman fin* Class sleepers and Din- iugCars. Through! train service of Pullman First Class and Touttst Sleeping Cars is run via Wlseonslu Central aid Northern Pacific Hues and handsome FUtt Class Sleeping Oars via Chicago, Milwaufef&gt.I'fcul By. aud.Fortli- ern Paciuc, in Montana and Pi Inquire of —.. ^ „, ""•" ptoen«er for. rates, saw*,. r By. to North Dakota, au- IT WILL PAY YOU TO CALL AT IF YOU ARE IN NEED OF Winkle Bro's, Stoves or Hardware. Election is OYer--So is High Prices for Stoves I have a full line of Cooks and Heaters, among which Is tbe celebrated ROUND O'AK, standing at tbe bead of tbe soft coal burners. 1 shall meet all competition, selling at bottom prices. Take one. ' G. M. HOWARD, FARM LOANS. We can now make loans on Improved Lands from one to ten year's time and give the borrower the privilege of paying the whole loan or any part thereof in even $100 at any tune wuen Interest falls due. This is Iowa Money, and no second mortgage or coupons are taken. This plan of making a loan will enable the borrower to reduce his mortgage at any time and save tbe Interest on the amount paid. Money f mulshed at once ou perfect title. Call ou or address, H. HOXIK, Algoua, Iowa. At Lowest Bates and optional payments. Interest payable at our office, If you want a loa?i call on us, we can save you money. JONES & SMITH. Note Heads and Envelopes. GET THEM AT ^ff-,wW?Wf ^HL i^Sppip IP y www ^^jpt . r ' ,(f* x* ^^ * rftt'" 1 , i™ i H ~ I 3 J

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