The Algona Republican from Algona, Iowa on September 30, 1891 · Page 8
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THE REPUBLICAN: ALGONA, IOWA, WEDNESDAY, SEPTEMBER 80, 1891. THE OQtJNTY NEWS. Reported by Special Correspondents. THR BuMjnijtcAN publishes more outside news from the country nml surrounding towns than all the six other papers published in Koa- stlHi county combined. For the Mfinnroft NEWS see page 0. To I'ORttEsi'ONDKNTs j—AH coirfsuouuevico for the llRPtmi.toAN should reach this office not Inter than Tuesday evening. Please bear this lu mlud. WHITTKMOms. Oet yourovercoiits. Look out for two weddings this week. August Mnltz has the foundation luld fov his new house. Miss ncrtlw Goetclt went over to Einmcts- burg Monday. Miss !,ena Malt/. 1ms gone to puss tho winter at West Heiid. Tho Catholic church has been ntted up with new spats recently. Quite a number of our people attended tlio Algona J'alr lust week. Uert Williams has moved into his now barber shop and bill lard saloon. J.V. Wlckler has sold his quarter section north of town to Mr. Blxby. A 1 arse class of young girls were confirmed at tlie Catholic church last Sunday. The Ladles Aid Society will meet with Mrs.J. E, ISucttie next Thursday afternoon. A. L. Chesley. Joliu haul's genial tnivellng man, stopped oft' at Whttlemore Monday. Mrs. S. M. Scott is having the pleasure of a visit from her daughter, Mrs, Adsit, of Chicago. Mr. and Mrs. Jo-n Itannett havu returned from tlielr eastern trip and report having had a very enjoyable visit. A little child of Mr. Maalis was buried In the Wlilttemore cemetery from the Lutheran church last Saturday. Invitations are out announcing the marriage of Miss Bertha Hootch and Mr. John Munch to take place Wednesday evening. Mrs. Halsey, of West Bend, was over to \Vhitteinore Saturday making calls and visiting with her friend, Mrs. J. M. Farley. Mr. \Vinlleld Carlisle lias built a nice new residence on his farm just northeast of town, llveiy one is glad to see the new farm houses go up. Mr. A. V. ttacon will join the Christian Kn- deavor Society as an active member. The young people are glad to add another worker to their number. Mr. A. II. Iloteiling one of our bay merchants has started a branch of his business at Bancroft, willed will necessitate a portion of his time being spent at that place. A number of AVhittemoreites went over to Algona Friday evening to hear Hon. J. P. Uol- liver speak. Tho republicans among us felt well paid for their trip, we don't know whether tlio democrats did or not. Mr. Funk's Speech was well received here last Wednesday evening, it was a good, plain, practical talk that overy ono could understand. The li ill was well li.led with an appreciative audience. A number of gentlemen were present from Algona. \Ve arc inclined to agree with tho Ni*\vs' correspondent, in regard to the thinness of the blind mans musical entertainment given here last week, still we .should not criticise a blind man's capabilities too severely as he certainly shousa commendable .spirit in trying to support himself. We have been favored by hearing some good sermons lately. Kev. Kobt. Carroll preached here last Thursday and Friday evenings. Whittemore people are always glad to hear Mr. Carroll and though the notice given was short he had good audiences and the two excellent sermons lie gave us were highly appreciated. Miss Amelia Wehrspaim ami Mr. Geo. Ellis were united in marriage at the Lutheran church Tuesday morning, a large number of people being present to witness the ceremony. The iiMiiil festivities followed at the home of the bride. The young couple have our best wishes for their future prosperity and happiness'. ilev. Wilcox. who was a pioneer M. E. pastor nt WJiittemore, preached to us last Sunday morning and evening. Mr. Wilcox has many warm friends in this place who were y'ad of an opportunity to hear him again. The rain in the morning prevented many from coming but ttiey mauc up for it in the evening by all coming out. \Vliitlemore, Sept. Ii8. Hon. 0. 0. Feteison, of Des Mollies, spoke to a good sized audience last evening. Mrs. C, J. Anderson, of Bancroft, has been visiting with relatives for the past week. John KeiiRston has run his steamer across the line Into Minnesota for a long selge of tluesli- tng. Fred R. Anderson and General Agent Riley of the Enterprise Wind Mill Co, were up from Bancroft taking orders. The Board of Directors at their annual meet- Ing elected D. A. Mollnder, Pres ; Ole Oleson, Treas. : F. M. Bravender, Sec. Samuel Mayne came up from Bancroft to settle with some herders whose cattle had destroyed crops for B. A. Anderson to the amount of *«.-•. A sad accident happened to Andrew Ber- greeu the other evening while riding horse back, he in some way was thrown to the ground and stepped on by the horse bruising him about the chest very badly. The last reports are that lie Is not expected to live. Swea, Sept. 2(>. Splendid corn weather the past week. Mrs. lleson has been ailing the past few days. A. J. Dunlap and family attended the Fair at Algona last week. JoeJeuks and the Zachery boys went down to the Fair Friday. Beckmau Bros, have their stock Hi shape and are ready for business. F. S. .Jenksis building a livery barn by the side of the blacksmith shop. Gust Ersengren is turning over the soil In a lively manner with his three gang plow. Some of our citizens arc talking of seeing the Corn Palace at Sioux City this year. That's right. John F. Kendall has been having his store plastered the past week. Mason lleucklo of Elmore Is the head workman, Tliu magnificent flax crop of this region is now being threshed and brought Into market. the average yield is from ten to twelve bushels. Scott \Vickham has been busy this week hauling lumber for a new barn. Mr. John and Miss Minnie Ogren and Miss Annie Beckstrom left on Monday, the latter for litr home in Moline, Illinois, and the former for their orange home in far off Florida, Kind wishes of their many friends in Iowa go with them. Farmers are beginning to feel rich notwithstanding the falling prices. The yield has been excellent and many will be able to lift the farm debt to such an extent as to make them feel as though their farms were their own not in name but in fact. wissiisv. M . Taylor is able to be on the street again . Mrs. Barrett visited DesMolnes last week. •John Ward lias put a new hay press into his new bam. Mr. White has sold his house and lots to Mr. J. Cosgrove. Mr. Livermore has improved his barber shop by putting in a new floor. Mrs. Eildy and her sou Bert returned from "Wisconsin this morning. Mr.Kddyis having an addition built on the north side of the post oillce. lluv. MclJride is to be pastor of the M. K. church for the coming year. Mr. and Mrs. 0. N. steUzer's baby died last Tuesday and was buried mi Wednesday. Mrs. S. E. drove is enjoying a visit from her sister Mrs. Nelson, who resides at Clarion. The Ladies' Aid Society will nieet next Wednesday alteruoon with 'Mrs. J. E.'Hill. Mr. anil Mrs. Charles Itobinsou are rejoicing over the advent of u baby boy in their family. Mr. and Mrs. C. L. Livermore are made happy by the arrival of u very youthful daughter. Tiio School Board generously gave the teachers and pupils one day last week to attend thu Fair. Joe Cosgrove sold his farm four miles norlli of town anil intend j to buy another nearer to the Minnesota line. A misprint in our last issue made it j appear that Mis. James had been sick, whereas itis Mr. James who was and is sick. Mr. James seems to be afflicted with some incurable weakness which often confines him to the house for weeks at a time, but he and iiis wife are so brave and uncomplaining that but few seem to know how much they deserve sympathy. The Republican caucus held last Saturday, wus the largest ever held in the township. The proceedings were characterized by harmony great good nature and enthusiasm. Tho delegates elected were II. c. Hollenbeck, chandler Ward, M. corey, Frank Kermaii and William Woodcock. The Republicans of Wesley recognize the fact that there are othei comity offices as important aj that of sheriff . Sept. 2U, 18U1. ___ __ ' ___ SWBA Ole Olesoii is in Chicago on business. Ails Anderson lias it new Enterprise wind UJlU. Capt.Jea.uKOU and family atteudenMteo county Euuaeteburg fora Carl Wilier is home frp vucatiou. UNION. Kclbhoff:'Rros. had some very line Chester white pigs to the Fail'. J N Wheeler is very much improved. Dr. Me coy is attending him now. Mrs. Hoflus and Mrs. Thompson returned from their Missouri trip Saturday. Hubert Hutchison threshed out 3100 bushels of grain for Frank Shronfe last week. G. L. earroll delivered 50 line hogs Monday to buyers in Burt at §4.30 per hundred. Mrs. Martha IIollus has been spending a few days with her father and brother, the Wheelers Every one attended the Fair. We have leard a diversity of opinions in regard to its nerits. Ed SImpklus, Sam Patterson and Mr. Dodd ire delegates from Union to the county contention. It is reported Mr. Sarehett has sold his land south of Mr. Wheelers but to whom we were uiable to learn. Mark Sarehett was taken quite sick at his sisters homo and was removed immediately to .us home in Algona. Henry Uelbhoff bus rented a farm northeast of Algoiia. It looks as though Henry intended (?) to bach it another year. Dr. Bourne was elected by the delegation who went to Brilt last Thursday as the Alliance candidate for the legislature. M. Schenck.. c. D. Ward, chas Godden and many others were notified to como and get their cattle as many were dying and others had lost their tags and it was advisable to select them soon. Fanners seem disgusted with putting cattle In herds. "Oh! liow dreadfully yellow and greasy my face is gelling." Say do yo.u know this is all caused by a disordered liver, and that your skin can be changed from a dark greasy yellow to a transparent white by the use of Be.egs' Blood Purifier and Blood Maker? Every bottle guaranteed by F. W. Dingley. "What JJctsy Aim Has to .Say. Says she: "That air gal cf Dek Po- gram, she don't know—why she jest don't know putty, so she don't. There's that air gal, she burned her hand awful, so she did, and instead of puttin on Haller's Australian, Salve which tid tuck all the fire rite out and jist made it git well rite off, so it would, why, she jest put on a whole lot of stuff and—and— you jes' bet she'll know better next time. For sale by Dr. L. A. Sheetz. Cheap farms, rich soil and healthy climate. ;: For particulars enclose stamp and address .. . C. A. KAGLAND, Heal Estate Agent and Atl'y at Law. 48-8 Stockton, Cedar county, Mo. Capt. W. A. 'Abbott, who has long been with Messrs. Percival & Hatton, Heal Estate and Insurance Brokers, Des Moines, Iowa, and is one of the best known and most respected business men iu that city, says: I can testify to the good qualities of Chamberlain's Cough Remedy. Having used it in my family for the past eight years, I can safely say it has no equal for either colds or croup. 50 cent bottles for sale bv Dr.-Sheetz. 4851. Wonderful Success. Two years ago the Haller Prop. Co. ordered their bottles by the box—now they buy by the carload. Among the popular and successful remedies they prepare is Haller's Sarsaparilla & Bur dock which is the most wonderful blooc purifier known. No druggist hesitates to recommend this remedy. For sal by Dr. L. A Sheetz. Indian War News. One of the most potent factors in causing the close .of fhe Sioux War was the promise of the government to make suitable provision for the maintenance of the Indians, and in the agreement fin ally signed Young Man Afraid of-Hia Horses, especially stipulated that a f ul supply of Haller's Barb Wire Limmen be provided, as it was the most wonder f ul remedy they bad ever used on their horses. For sale by Dr. L. A. Sheetz. Burt Republican * B. HtALrjQCK. KJditor. BURT, IOWA, SEPT. 80, 18ftl. Oats 19 @ .20 Corn 40 Eggs 18 Butter 12@.18 Cattle.. .... $8.00 Hogs.; 4.10 Wheat 65@.75 Barley 80 Flax $ .70 Hay 0.00 IHJltT HOME NEWS. Caucus to-night. B. P. Reed was in town yesterday. Wm. Strickler has his barn nearly Completed. Mrs, Archie Foster i*= off to Dwight, 11., for n visit. Elmer Hodgson left Tuesday evening or a trip to Illinois. D. A.. Buell has traded Isaac Ames' AJgona property tor his farm. W. M. Hallock and wife have been /isiting relatives in Burt this week. A. J. McKinley, a brother of Mrs. Hayhew, is making a visit in our city. Mr. Benedict's people will occupy 'ooms up stairs in August Markgraf's louse. Fred Denhart boxed up a bird dog and ; cnt him by express Monday to parties in Eldora. Clark Coffin has purchased the Maylew livery barn, including horses and buggies. Wm. F. Knoll bought a bill of lumber Monday of Mrs. McDonald to build n dwelling house. A good many of our people, too numerals to mention, were at Algona during he Fair last week. W. C. Dansou and wife and Archie lutchison were in our city Friday even- ng between trains. Mr. Denhardt is to occupy the house now occupied by Mr. Kerr as soon as Ir. Kerr moves into his new house. J. L. Blunt, of Fenton, is to have a public sale October G. We hope Mr. Jlunt will not remove from Kossulli. Harvey Williamson left Monday for lis home in Ohio. Mr. Williamson has )een working this season for Den Paine. A girl was born to Mr. and-Mrs. Stephen Nicholson Monday night, which accounts for the broad smile on Steve's ace. Henry Elvidge has sold his farm north- rvest of- town and will engage in the agricultural implement business with Mr. J. 3. Graham. Paul Jameson had Jue misfortune to fall from a horse and broke his arm. He s doing well however, and will soon be as well as ever. Jno, Iverrs' residence is being rapidly pushed to completion. It is a good sized house and makes quite an addition :o that part of town. Mr. and Mrs. J. M. Walker and daughter are at present at their daughters Mrs. Kiinball, but are about to move to Algona, which place they will make their future home. Isaac Bunker and S. Woodden are to have their public sale of cattle, horses, farm machinery, etc., October 18. They have a big lot of stuff to sell and it will pay you to attend. 11. Weber, an acquaintance of Elmer Hodgson, Was here the llrst of the week, looking over the ground for a boot and shoe shop. He arrived at no definite conclusions. Rev. Fans is to go to Woolstock, Iowa, the coining year, and our minister is Rev. Forsythe, who preached Sunday evening and made a good impression. Rev. and Mrs. Faus have made many friends .here and they will go away with the best wishes of all. Grandma Meinzer, who has been very sick for several weeks past, is so much improved as to be able to sit up par! ol the time. Her two sons. Leo and Ed Meinx.er, who were called here n\\ account of her serious illness, returned to their homes last week. Wm. Elvidge took possession of the meat market Monday morning. It seems natural to see him iu the shop again. His family will occupy the house formerly occupied by Aaron Sheldon, Mr. Sheldon having rented Mr. Elvidge's farmj. moving thereon the first of the week. Elmer Hodgson has sold his 160 acre farm to a man by the name of J. C Evans, of Illinois. Consideration, $4100 Mr. Evans will not occupy the farm himself we understand, but will rent it Mr. Hodgson is thinking considerable o moving to Burt and engaging in business Allen and Wolcott announce this week in our advertising columns, the arrival o their fall stock. A counter aud show cas< has been put in, and with the arrival o their fall goods presents a business like appearance. Go and see them when you want anything in millinery and dress making. Through kindness of Geo. M. Chap pcl.Overseer Weather Bureau, DesMoine Post Master Easterly will be furnishei with weather maps to be pasted in Bur office for the benefit of farmers ant shippers, and anyone can by .very littl study inform themselves aud make fore casts of weather for §4 hours. We are to have a harness shop, an don't you forget it. Carl Ostrander, o Bancroft, will open, ft- fchop over Donald's hardware store, October 1. has worked at the Uwaess business in Bancroft until feg & e, eo*oplfcte We bespeak for Mr. Oatrander A liberal patronage, ns a harness shop has lojg been needed in our city. Some time ngo Harvey Graham purchased of his brother, J. Q. Graham, the machine business at this point, and now Mr. Graham has sold a half interest to Henry Elvidge. Mr. Ginlmm has been in the machine business for a number of years and knows just what the farmers want in his line. The addition of Mr. Elvidge to-the firm is a good one, as Mr. Elvidge is known to all around hero and is a good business man. They will carry a full and complete stock of farm machinery, windmills, pumps, etc. Always look for their ad. in this paper. , Go to Graham's for pumps. Little Giants! Little Giants! Little Hants! are the pills that do the work uccessfully, effectually and permanently. Ve warrant every bottle to give satisfact- on. Sold by F. W. Dingley. Vlnojjar. Viiie»mr. For n good article in Vinegar go to Jady & Hallock's. The Sioux City Corn Palace. On account of the Corn Palace, to be eld at Sioux City, from Oct. 1st to 17th, he Chicago & North-Western R'y Co. vill, on frequent dates, sell excursion ickets at (he very low rate of one fare or the round trip. For all information s to dates of sale, etc., apply to agents &N. W. R'y. "0! how I dread to see my hair turn- ng gray." is a remark made by so many adies. If they only knew that 75 cents nvested in one bottle of Beggs': K»ir lenewer would not only check it at once, " mt give it a luxurious and glossy appear- nee, we know that they would not hes- tate to buy. We guarantee every bottle. 3oldbyF,W. Dingley. Cnrd of Tlmiikfl. We wish to extend our heart felt lanks to our friends and neighbors who o kindly assisted "us in our rodent rouble. MU. AND MBS. A. W. SIQSBY. For new fall goods in Millinery, Rib- ous, Trimmings, etc,, etc.. go'to ALLBN & WOLCOTT'S. FOB SALE CHEAP—One cook stove and ne heating stove. Both neai'ly as good s new. H. B. HALLOCK. FALL GOODS. We announce the arrival of a new took of Fall Millinery, including Hats, Teathers, Velvets, Trimmings, etc. Come and see us. ALLEN & WOLCOTT. J. B. CORK, Real Estate A.gt BUJBT, IOWA. Good farms for sale. 3STOTIOE. The firm of Benedict & Allen having been dissolved, I shall hold forth in rooms over McDonald's hardware and keep an land a new and complete stock »>f Millinery goods of the latest styles and at ii'ices to suit your pocketbook. MRS. BENEDICT. \Ve have decided to close out our entire stock of BOOTS and SHOES And handle more GROCERIES And shall sell at Until they are all gone. Come in am' see us and -we will save you ,money They are bound to go quick and "first come iirst served." Cady & Hallock. Lady—My husband and I never dispute before children. If we think a quarrel is coming on we send them oufc. Kind Friend—Oh, that's why I 666 eni so often in the street.-~~Qnce a Week. For His Soul's Sake. Of J. B. Herbert, the eccentric artist, many amusing stories are told. He insisted that his models should feel the emotions which animated the characters they were to represent, and once, in ex- gaining this necessity to a somewhat stolid model, became himself affected to ;ears at the mere thought of what the other ought to feel. He had, moreover, a sense of humor and a calm way of dis- >laying it. One day he was with Landseer at the Athenaeum, after an academy meeting, and the latter called for refreshments. "Some of zat also to me," said Herbert to the waiter, in the broken English he affected. Whe,n it was brought 10 continued, "Ah, I shall have no money. Pay for me, Landseer." His friend paid, and they went out to- jether. Herbert then stopped to-listen ;o a beggar in the street. "Ah, stay a bit." said he, "I want to do a leetle charity, and you, my dear friend, must lend me a shilling." Soon after they came upon another Deggar, and a similar bit of charity was '.ndnlged in, Landseer furnishing the money. When Herbert rejoined him, it was to say with the utmost coolness: "Let me see, borrowed at the club one shilling; charity, two shillings. Ah, 1 do owe you three shillings. Yet, now 1 zink of it, you shall do zo charity. It will be good for your soiil. I shall pay you ze one skillingl"—Youth's Companion. A Song About Nothing. 1 will sing you u song about nothing at all And to give it iv sort of a teeter I will put it in verso of thu form that they call, In the classics, the anapest meter. (In imrunthtiHus let me explain, by the way. That the anapest goes dump-te-dum. While the dactyl reverses it—that is to say. Goes tum-te-tum, tum-te-tum, turn). I will fit UK of thu sun sinking soft in tho west. For I'm strong on the sibilant sound; And I'll sing of the breeze In the trees, awj thu res» That in vacuous verses are found. I will rintf In the laugh of the ripple-ing rill, With "ulas" and "alack" and "methinks," And Konio fours and some mars, anil will tinally lill With oh'n ftml with ah's all tho chinks. I will Hint; you this song on thu opera stage. At n scalu of ^ig prices of course: But Iirst, to pi-eparo for success, I'll engage In a scandal tupped of! with divorce. I will mumble and jumble the Vonls in » way That you enn'i, tor your Itfo, i\ndorstand, And I'll laujfli In my sleeve when I hear yon n U say, "Oh, ivasn't it perfectly grunt..'" —Detroit i'Veo Presn. We are Full of New Goods. We need Iloom and we need Money. If you are in need of DRESS GOODS, FLANNELS, BLANKETS, UNDERWEAR, CLOTHING or BOOTS and SHOES. Call on us and we can suit you in goods and prices. Truly Yours. NICHOLSON & BUELL, When in town call on Whitney and se his new line of HEATING STOVES Remember he always has on hand a full line of Shelf and Heavy Hardware^ IOWA Pt.ATFOnM. Burt has a Furniture Store. Buy your furniture of W, M. Cook. I@P~A good stock and reasonable prices, QEO. E. MARBLE Still runs a AT BURT. FresU Groceries always oo Jtf«<i «»<J a STOP -AT THE- I, i, MAYHEW, Proprietor, Qood Accommodations. Livery Feed Stable in connection with and PLOWS. Adopted at Cedftf Rapids July I. 1801 ftepabUefltt party of IOWA, m eo» ' " n assembled, gives renewed expression of devotion to the principles of tfia national Republican party, and declares • acceptance of those principles to be tbd bond of union with the Republican party of Iowa. We commend the patriotic, wise and courageous administration at President Harrison. We commend the Republican party In./ the last congrosft for its redemption of iledgea made to the people as to a revision*of the tariff lu the interest of home Industry, and for its work in behalf of liberal provision for pensions for the old soldiers, in accordance with the pledges of the nation. , , We approve the coinage act, by whiclu the entire product of the silver mines of. the United States Is added to the currency of the people, aud out ot which experiment may come a wise adjustment of financial questions liberal towards west- irn interests. We commend most heartily the policy bhat has been Inaugurated looking to ro- slprocal trade relations with other peoples of the American continent, and the ad- • mlnlstrative efforts now making for the enlargement of foreign markets for Ame»* lean beef and pork. We assert that the Republican party stapds of record in every state of this Union in favor of elections bused upon tithe-. freedom of the individual conscience of the. citizen, and that the Republican party may be trusted in Iowa or in any state, to" promote any plan of reform, Australian. 6r other, caTcrnated to extend this liberty and to further protect the purity, of the- ballot. While inviting to our shores the worthy poor and oppressed of all nations, we- earnestly commend laws that protect our country and our people against the influx of tho vicious and criminal classes of'-' • foreign nations and the Importation of laborers under coutrucl to compete with our citizens; and earnestly approve tho • rigid enforcement oC these laws and o€ such further legislation as may be acces- sary. We favor such legislation as will Impose upon all classes of property, corporate and. individual, equally the burdens of taxation. We favor the passage of the Conger lard bill; state legislation tending to promote farmers' institutes and enlarging the- powers of the dairy commissioner. We regard the world's Columbian exposition as an important event in the world's- bistory, and we are in hearty sympathy with, every effort to make it a success: and in the friendly ' rivalry of states we should make a creditable exhibit of Iowa's products. And we favor a liberal appropriation by the next general assembly for this purpose, "that our prosperity and", greatness may bo fully exemplified." ' We take pride in the record of this. state; we recognize that its growth and power, its prosperity and its good name,. have been the fruits of its- industrial people, and we believe in such policies, state- and national, as will promote justice and wider opportunity among these classes. To their support, in the future as in the: 1 past, we pledge our most intellligent judgment and most sincere endeavor. We point to the record of the state under Republican administration for justification in the declaration that we t'avo-r economy and honesty in the administration of public att'airs; to that record, also,. for judgment that the Republican party has kept faith with the people in the obli- - gations of the past, and upon that record 1 . the Republican party invites continued support aud confidence. We have no apologies to offer to th«s people, nor to the Democratic party, for the Republican record on the conspicuous issue in the state campaign this year. ''In, the interests of true temperance," and under the laws of Iowa, enacted by the representatives of its sovereign people, the- saloon was made an outlaw in this state. we charge that the outlaw has had the patronage, counsel and protection of the> Democratic party; that the Democratic- party, as it has won power, has nullified the law, defied the authority of the state and the expressed will of the people, and that now appeal is made to the electors of the whole state for approval of the lawless work. We recogni/e that the issue is law against defiance of law, subordination against insubordination — the state of Iowa against the Democratic party. We recognize that the issue is between "the interests of true temperance" and the freedom and rule of indiscriminate traffic. We renew our allowance to tha people . of Jowa, and submit to them the determination of the issue, recognizing that the control of the next legislature by the Democratic party means state wide license, and that tha control of the next legislature by the Republican party means a continuance of opposition to the behests of the saloon power, through the maintenance and enforcement ot the law. We denoun'ce the . Democratic party of ' •Iowa as insincere in its dealings with the saloon issue. We charge that party with service to the saloon and purpose to strengthen its grasp upon the homes and politics of tho ;-Uvtu. . We cite in proof of , this its surrender this year of the local option feature of the plank 'of 1889, trader which last year pretense of indorsement • by the state was made, aud to which pledge was given in petition for legislative authority. We charge that this abandonment of local option is the forerunner of further premeditated betrayal, and that trust iu the Democratic party will end in complete breaking down of the temperance legislation of the state, and a complete turning over of the stato, in every township thereof, to the pollution and fester of the saloon, against whatever pro-' test of communities ,uow free. We protest against the re-election of Horace Boies to the 'governorship of Iowa. ' We charge that in his unwise and ambi- . tious ztal, to cultivate the favor of alleged "new allies in the northwest," and upon that strength to commend himself to the favoring graces of G rover. Cleveland, that he did most outrageously misrepresent the .honest, industrious, frugal aud prosperous" people of J,pwa in his lieiorm club banquet speech in the city of New York on the 23d. of December last. We denounce as purposely misleading the.. alleged statistics with which the governor assumed lo sustain the indictm'eut against the state which had dignified his pame. We denounce., the Qttuinwa platform of this year as framed' with'"delioerate purpose to mislead and deceive, wherein sympathy is expressed whore none is felt; wherein help ia proposed whero nono Is rendered: whoi-oiu purposes are. avqived which are 001 entertained. In support of this indictment we point to the prutcnued triEncUhlp for the sol- fliers, and to the arraignment at the same time of the Republican party tor having appropriated money tor the paymentoi pensions; to the "tree silver" pianfc. intended to deceive the supporters of "free and unlimited coinage of silver;" to the plank assuming to ''afirm the doctrine oi control and regulation of railroads." a policy implanted upon the state under th-e administration of the last Republican governor, against the opposition, secret and open, ot the Pewocratic party,' extending to an alliance with corporate power iu the urst election of railroad commissioners under the laws in 1388. We denounce the Democratic party of 'lows ,for misrepresentation* iu its platf orm ftnd be- foro the pooplo. of tho lyjcKinloy bill/charglpg 'that it seeks to mislead the people through reiteration of uu truths as to thu effect of tuat bUl, w»d in all ways -to worljupon "Wlae» you &eed anything Jii Plows Q&U on the aew Firm of . VTo wrr*i8« tha DduiocnaMc p^rty for eppsai; tion to ballot roforw in twe aoutlj. while yet pret*n« of. ballot reform n l«y*e uidwpntod' f >8ati to sass fcrw M" lot and to Uavo it honestly wnmttxl goaa «very precinct ol the state unchaJUenjrea We arraign tha DeKweratiic party ~~ my of labor, ecbjeming to- break « f BOSS of protective lavys. to block ., 9t tpmeIndustry, «n4 to degrade &» i..

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