The Algona Republican from Algona, Iowa on February 3, 1892 · Page 1
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The Algona Republican from Algona, Iowa · Page 1

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it is CIRCULATION That Counts. THE REPUBLICAN CIRCULATION,'"' J. THE FiRST NATIONALMNK ALGONA, KOSSUTH COUNTY, IOWA, WEDNESDAY, FK%UAKY ' ' " ' '"' ' '*" ' ' "'^^ - -ii • , ,f. Highest of all in Leavening Power.—tatest U. S. .Gov't Report, ••„ IOWA. parties who fiivnJsli first-class security , r j>. Clarke, President. Chas. C. St. Glair, . Cashier. b. Myron schonok, Thos. F. Cooke, W. 0. Tyrrell, •rfith and OhftB. 0. Bt. Olaii. PURE ^^SX^^^^^!^^:^ ALGON A REPUBLIC AN (Official Paper of Kossuth 'County ana the City of Alaona.) , W. H. coran PUBMSHKU EVBUY WKDNK8DAV JOS, W, HAYS, Editor and Publisher, Terms of Subscription. W. Wadsworth, Biirnet Uevlne JOHN QROVE LIVERY, FEED, AND SALE STABLE. and all arrearages are paid. Advertising Rates Are reasonable and will be made Unown on application, x _ _ BOOK AND JOB PRINTING The equipment of the RISPUBLIOAN Book and Job Frintinp: is unsurpassed in thi Best of Horses and West of Thorlngton House. Wl. Z. GROVE, MANAGER. part, of Iowa THK sides. Steam power., , iiucAjt is.i.an paper. . -No objectionable patent in ' \ - We can now maUe loans on Improved rands from one to ten year's time and give the bm-rower tbe privilege-pi paving SeVoleloan or any par thereot In THIS ISSUE CONTAINS: News, . due. This is Iowa Money and no o£ makins a loan will enao.io UIB L. the Interest on the amouni pjiu. Call on or address. sve "Money fumlshert at once on; H. HOXIE, Algona, Iowa. .-.....,. •..' We are not in the Pool. ad Page — Telegraphic State and- National. 3d—The Bancroft NEWS. 4th—Alffona Local Hews. 5th—Additional Algona News. 6th—The Mystery of a Hansom Cab, The "Bill Myc" Letter. 7th-The Burt BEPTJBL1C AN, County News, Ledyartl TIMES. 8th-The Wilson Farm Department. James G. Elaine was 62 years old last i Sunday. May he live to he president of the United States. i anything but prohibition would be ig violence to the pledges upon which ™/were elected. We anticipate no Ip bad faith'upon the part of the re- niftlicans in the legislature but we are surprised to find a man like the editor of thi; Eagle advocating the idea that a egjslator who is elected by the people to represent the people is not accountable to Vile people for the way he represents theln. .'.._ '"WHAT SHALL BE DOJV.E" A. correspondent of the Waterloo Courier haswritten a long communication to that paper upon the much discussed question "What shall be done?" It is one of the most sensible articles we have read on that question since election and is ia line wUh the views already expressed by the KEPUBLICAN. We quote in/part from the article: •Upon one propositian we all agree. We are in favor of a majority of the peo .• «-r __ 1 !_ « *V. n A-fVn Jt«n f\¥ tllO atfitf* ' ; Keep a full line of nil kinds of -•• •' ; .- Groceries, • ", ;v Y : Crockery, " \ arid Queensware. „ We IVandle none but.the best and give you the lowest prices feock _ Headquarters for Barrel Salt. Dairy LANGDON,& HUDSON. J. H. QUEAL, &* CO. LUMBER Handle only the Best G-rades. and sell at the Very Lowest prices. VfJ *,r -We carry a V 13 tilt; 111 jciiYV/i. y-»- ** w*fc»j v. --j — - - * pie of Iowa idling the affairs of the state. This has always been the policy of *'•" COMPLETE REPAIRING NEATLY At Lacy's Old Stand, opposite Tennent House, DONE. ALGONA, IOWA. LWERY and f EED Chili has made a satisfactory retraction. There will be no war but let the work at the navy yiitds be pushed right along as rapidly as possible. The bigger our navy the farther will we be from the possibility of war. . Dr. Charles H. Spurgeon the noted English preacher died at Mentone France last Sunday night at the age of 58 years. He ranked with Dr. Talmage as one of the two greatest protestant divines of the century. LEWIS E. SMITH, Prop. Successor to J. G. Edwards. South of Tennent House, ALGONA. ALGONA MARBLE WORKS, call attention r,o the fact that we WM' turn and sale of cemetery work in . GranHe and Sto e. We now have and intend ?n keen In stock a fair line of finished Monuments! 1 Headstones etc, and will fnarantee all work to be equal to the best. We aie : the o Iv inamifaeturersof cemetery work in Kossuth Co. Therefore.please Kive us a call before Hlaciviuvour order and be convinced that by laXdCnorable dealing, we are worthy your patronage. SHELLEY & HALL, Proprietors, East State St., Algona, Iowa. NEW ABSTRACT OFFICE. Th P undorsicned having purchased the abstract books of 0. M. Doxsee, A.. _D. PUrke & Co and W H Sim, are prepared to do neat and reliable work w bat Mdtail others who may favor us by calling. Very respectfully, HAY & RICE, Abstmeters. J. K. Fill & Son, . The question, of the advisibility of forming a union for the purpose of furnishing ready prints has been before the Upper Des Moines Editorial association for four consecutive meetings and has been continued for the fifth. Our brethern who use patent insides find themselves pretty'much at the mercy of of the ready print houses. One way to get around thfi trouble is to quit using ready prints and be independent. The democrats propose tjo have the governor's message and inaugural printed in English, Dutch, German, Swedish, Danish and Norwegian. We are in favor of making "United States" the sole official language of this country. If the foreigner can't learn our language he had better stay at home or get along without the governor's message. The state of Iowa should not be put to the expense of Jrans- Iftting official documents into foreign Iani guages, not even-to advance the interests of the Governor's political party. the llepubiican party. Now,'what is the .will of the people in regard to prohibition? We do not know. The last time a non partisan vote was taken on that question, they were in favor of prohibition by 30,000 majority. The result of the recent state election causes doubt m the minds of many that the majority of the people are still in favor of prolnbi lion. The recent election cannot be taken as decisive of this questions. Too many other interests and questions entered in. It can no more be taken as the •will of the people on the question of free trade, free silver or the popularity of the candidates. What then shall be done? Find out the will of the majority. Let the Repviblicans in tho house of the legislature prepare a hill for the resubmission of the question to the people. If the Democratic senate adopts this bill, then the question is out of politics and in the hands of the people, where it belongs. The Republican party can then take care of itself, nnd the-pe.ople can take care o£ itself, and the people can take care- ol the saloon question. • , . But suppose the Democratic senate is not willing to submit this question to the people. Suppose that while claiming, as they will, that the result of the election means that the people are ngamst prohibition, they are as yet afraid to submit it to the people. Then what is to be done? If the senate should act thus, claiming that the people are against it, yet unwilling to .substantiate their claims, then the Republicans have done their whole duty. All of the t)ifterent'Lmes And will meet All Competition, GET OTJiR, Before you buy and we will guarantee to save you money J. H. QUEAL & GO, Yard du North Side of State Street^ •• . AL.GONA, IOWA. A. EEICKSON, AGKENT. We are - -V*" But are already receiving Goods -Just received tne finest line of— \ Woolens The United States Supreme Court has declared that James E. Boyd is a citizen and entitled to the governorship of Nebraska. Boyd was ousted from the office of governor of Nebraska aboqt a year ago upon the grounds that he had never taken out bis naturalization papers. He came to this country when a minor and his father had neglected to take out bis final papers as a citizen of tbe United States. Tbe court held that the Nebraska enabling act was sufficient for naturalization ia tbe absence of other proof. ^ ____ _ • ......... ,-...',...„.. Pat Murpby of the Yiaton Eagle has queer ideas of tbe duty of legislators to their constituents. He takes exceptions to tbe position maintained by this paper So many have been cured of rheumatism by Hood's Sarsaparilla that we urge all who suffer from the disease to try this medicine. ^^^^^__ Humane Society's Work. In all large cities are branches of the Humane Society founded by Berg. A horse is discovered badly galled, or is cut or injured, at once a soc'ety member commands its rest and the immediate application of Bailor's Barb Wire Liniment, which experience has shown is the best remedy made. 'For sale by Dr. L. A. Sheetz. , AVhat My «i!iiu Says, "That he-was first attracted to me because my complexion-was so clear and my breath so sweet and he found-out about my breath when—when—when he kissed me, and now girls I'll tell you how I made my complexion so clear; I took just three bottles of Bailer's Sarsaparilla &Burdockthat'sall. For sale by Dr. L. A. and expect to have more than ever. Largest Stock of Harness. ever in Algona, and it will pay yon to come and see it. Meanwhile we will sell all kinds ot Winter Goods in Boots, Shoes and Harness At Bottom Prices. F.S.BTOUGH ? j the Good city property for sale or rent inquire of D. A. HAGGAKP. VAST TRAIN TO CHICAGO -VIA-- : The Murtiwgton, Ce<l»v ItayWa anil Northern BtUlway. The attention of the traveling public is called to tbe fast Chicago train running from Watertown and Sioux Falls, South Dakota, and all northwestern lowapomta via the Burlington, Cedar Rapids and Northern, and Chicago, Rock Island and Pacific Railways, leaving Watertown dailo, except Sundays, at 9 a. m. Pipestone at 18*7.p. m., •LuVerno at l£5p. m., Sioujf Falls daily, at 13:30 p. m.,Roc| Rapids at 1;38 p. »., Bibley at a;43 p. m., Spirit take at 3:55 p. m., ^sthewilir ftt 4:50 p. m, Emmets Fan<jy upon -.-,- (epnstituents have asked for „ -, f -~- pjobibition. He tt»i»kB tbftt the members —-- *--*--- jsgmerviup «M> •••'fy r- ™'< » ^:« * !neB*ws ot the bute»t5*5p-»-. S"" 5 ' 0 "^'.'^!? Si *° ff& ^'rtSwia^^l'SrU' yutil their 1 D •*'. ^-.TV m?.. * «u«,,„ -orith t.h«th a repeal of Suitings ' ^^^^ of tbe legislature should, use their own judgment in the swtte.r of dealing with ptobibition and wi»d[s up an editorial witb the adTics, "ac| Q» your own convictions gentlewan,," Vojeas we have a wrong understanding, of t&e principle of arepiesentfiavefoTO of gQvernweat it duty of the legislate to reprebent 4.UW& * w*4° **V '-'•'*' % < I** •**•' *_ West Jiibeny with tbe through lUnUecl espress on the Chicago, Rocs Island and Pacific railway, arriving in Chicago at7;i5 a. m., making^by-to tbe b esttU*Uhe Jff\J^^ S to. Pullman's latest im- ping cars are rwnmng Us and Chicago o» this utripi8i»a<?"-* and hours orv• pud moved $2.50 FOB OUB $3

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