The Algona Republican from Algona, Iowa on March 16, 1892 · Page 4
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The Algona Republican from Algona, Iowa · Page 4

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THE KKt'UBLlCAN, ALOONA, IOWA, WEDNESDAY, MAliCII 16, 1892. ALGOM REPUBLICAN of Kosmth County <im( the (Official City 'of A\gm\a.) rtlBUHHKl) EVERY WKDNKSDAV JOS. W. HAYS, Editor and Publisher. Terms of Subscription. One copy, one year, in advance. ........... Si.no One Copy six months. In advance. .......... 75 One ooov three months. In advance ........ 40 M SWscrlptions continue till ordered stopped and all arrearages are paid. Advertising Rates Are reiisorwbli) and will bo made known on application. BOOK AND^OlTPRINTINC. The equipment of the KKIMIISMOAN Ofllce i for Book and Job Pilnthm is unsurpassed in this part of Iowa. Steam power. im-ur THE llK\'uni..ii)AN is an AM, IKMIJ-, JPUINT paper. No objectionable patent '"- ion and reciprocity the democracy of Iowa-will be surprised by an old fashion eel republican majority. HAVE NO AUTHORITY. S KVKNT1T WAY ADVKNTTHT—Sabbath School Saturday at 2 p in., IV I*. Utwson, supr-r* Intnndrnt. ii p. m. bible reading, conducted by Win. ('Irary. Prayer and social tnoetfiiK every K rid ay cviMiinp;. Everybody Invited, \VM. OLKAMV, Local Kldpr. ~Thc Carroll HeraTcl predicts that if any opposition develops against the renomi- nation of Mr. Dolliver it, will bo "fragmentary and iudrecttwl." Tin; republi- -cans of Carroll county arc for Dollivcr, says the Herald. An exchange observes that "the silver lining to democratic cloud appears to be ripped off In places." Free coinage is a very poor silver preparation to line a political cloud with. It comes off in places and fails to stick well excepting in localities when the interest of mine owners arc represented. The case of pearl buttons furnishes an instance of what protection can do for an industry. Before the passage of the McKinley bill there were but seventeen pearl button factories in the United States, no one of UIR seventeen doing a very large business. There are now seventy- seven factories engaged in the manufacture of pearl buttons, all running on full time and all crowded with orders. We have commenced to buy our pearl buttons at home. Since the decision of the supreme court sustaining the duorum ruling of Speaker Reed— the democratic judges concurring in the decision, a change is noticeable in the tenor of the talk by democratic and mugwump papers upon the subject of Reed's "czarism." The New York Times hats even gone so far as to admit that there was reason and good sense, but, says the Times, it was the tyr- ranical and Czarish way in which he enforced his ruling. A demo-calamity newspaper in the fifteenth district made the observation recently that raising corn was an unprofitable business in other states than Iowa; that the farmers were leaving Illinois. The demo-calamity organ was brought to time by the Sioux City Journal with the reminder that the Illinois farmers were coming by the train load to Iowa, where it was first discovered by the democratic party that raising corn was unprofitable. If the farmers of Illinois are coming into Iowa we are to understand that the business of raising corn in this state is less unprofitable than it is in Illinois. Tho Grain Investigation Comniif-.tne Cannot, Compel Witnesses to Answer. ST. PAUL, March 11.—Tho final days of the tedious wheat investigation are .not so harmonious, and peaceful as those of former sessions, and from all appearances there will be very little accomplished during .the remainder of the investigation. The authority of the committee to pry into the source of the ironclad price lists which the Grain Grower's association claims were issued daily to the country elevators has been denied by the witnesses, and the committee finds itself in the predicament of being unable to do anything. The members of this committee, appointed under a, special law to investigate into certain mutters pertaining to the state's welfare, have shown a disposition to render a freer interpretation of the law than some are willing to concede, believing that it was the intention of the legislature to investigate thoroughly the wheat industry in Minnesota, and detect any influences which may have existed to the detriment of the best interests of the grain growers. The restrictions of the law confined the committee's investigation to the ques- whether any wheat had been shipped out of the .Dulnth, or any other elevator in Minnesota, without inspection, and to questions respecting the weighing and inspection of grain. Very early in the investigation the question was raised whether the committee had any authority to go beyond these boundaries, but as no objections were entered the committee cut free from all bounds and searched every nook and corner where any information might be gleaned shedding light upon the great questions at issue. Imagine their surprise when a Minneapolis elevator man denied their authority to go into a contract between him and a certain Mr. Wolcott, of Larimore, N. D., respecting services which the latter was to render to the Minneapolis and Northern Elevator company in the purchasing of grain. Objections of the witness' attorney were sustained, and all testimony taken in regard to the Wolcott contract was ordered stricken from the records. The committee's right to investigate prices was also denied, and the witness refused to give the information sought. The committee is without any power to proceed to investigate the alleged wheat combine in Minnesota, and any evidence which the committee receives upon this question will be voluntary. F HKK MKTIIODIST—ServloM fit tlio Methodist I'.hnrch are as follows : Every Sunday. Sunday School nt in a. ni., social moet'- Ina; a' M a. in . 'preachlm? sit, 7 :30 p. in. ICvery Thursday prayer meeilim nt, 7 :30 )i. m. CYRUS COOK. Pastor. Miss. A. V. COOK, Assistant I'usior. S WEDISH vlt i.i.'TiiRHAN— Services every third tMmdiiy nt, 10 ::;o a. m. and 7 ::iO p.m. ; two'eveniiif? mcetlnfts In a • month ; Sunday school at 12 in. each Sunday ; toadies Aid society moots every third I'rldny ; everybody who'understands the Swedish taiiKiiautt i* invl'led. UEV. AXICI. KI.FSTHOM, Pastor. New Goods --FOR- and Summer F iner roNi!HE<sATioNAi. ciiUHcu, eoriior Mooro ami Me.CreRor streets. Pastor's stndv with Mr. IX H. l-'ord, opposite clmre.h. Sim.'Iiiv II a. m., 7 ::«) p. m.. services with preach'inu;: 10 a. in. Sabbath Sehool : (> :,'!0 p. in. V. P, S. 0. K. Wednesday evening at 7 :M<> p. in. regular mid \veeU service with exposition of Siindav school lesson for following Sabbath. Superintendent 0. M Doxs.-e. Assistant, Hnper- liili'iideiit Milt A. llollalmii),'!). \v. ic. DAVIDSON, Pastor. M icTiioniST F.riscorAij—Prcachlni! every Snnilav at I! o'clock ;i. m. and 7 :30 p. m. Snndav School at IU m. Kpworth League every Sunday evening. »l 0 :li>, business meeting every fourth'Kriday. Prayer meeting every Wednesday evening at 7 :;«». , ., Missionary Societies -Young Ladies I'oreign, first Saturday of each month tit » p.m. Woman's Foreign,tirst'Sunday of each month at M o'clock I) m 'Home—Third Thursday of each month at H o'clock p. m. A. S. KI.ANHIAN. Pastor. - THE - Now in Stock:. B AI'TIST—Services Sunday a. m. preaching at tl o'clock, preaching at 7 ::m p, m Covenant meeting every month on the Saturday lit- tore the first Sunday at 2 ::«) p. m. Communion service once in two months beginning with .i»n- uarv on the llrst. Sunday in the month. Young peonies service every .Sunday evening, ono hour befme prei'ohlim service, Carrie .lohiison, Pros. Sundav school after morning service every Sunday, .Tames Cliapin, superintendent. Prayer meeting Wednesday evening at 7:30 p.m. A cordial invitation extended to strangers. W. U.UOUWAUU, Pastor. ON It would be useless for us to mention the 'different grades and styles of goods now in stock as it would take so much space and time to do so. I will only say this: Come and look through my line of goods and see for yourself I believe tha.t I can suit you in Goods and Making of Garments, and I am sure that everything in my line of business will be well done at a reasonable price. Goods for S? Always on hand or can be sent for on short notice. LEAVING AND ARRIVING TIME OF TRAINS. Trains leave Enimctsbiirg as follows : GOING NOllTH. No. 01 passenger 4 :2S p m No. 63 passenger 6 :13 a m No. 65 freight.. 3 :00 p m No. C9 freight 8 :35 a m GOING SOUTH. No. CO passenger 8 :3S a m No. 62 passenger 5 :35 p m No. C4 freight 8:35 am Good city property for sale or rent in quire of D. A. HAGGARD. A choice line of fresh at Hudson & Langdon's. teas and coffees LEATHER IS BUSTED! Agent for 18 Come and see me and find Tickets for. out what I can sell you O, L. FOSS. Breakfast Cocoa is very & Hudson have it. nice Langdon Patrons will please take notice have removed to the office building Notice of Removal. that I opposite the Rutherford Houe formerly occupied by Drs. Morse and Pride. Will continue to handle pianos and organs and reliable Domestic Sewing Machines. J. B. Winkel. 23 24. Op- Why is the Democratic Party So posed to a Protective Tariff? All men and even animal fear and hate whatever they do not understand. A horse not broken to the presence of a grist mill, a buzz saw, a threshing machine or a locomotive fears and hates it. He will smash everything to which he is attached to get away from it. He does not know that each of these things is doing more rapid and effective work toward feeding and sheltering him and his owner than ho can possibly do himself. The buzz saw cuts out the boards which make his stable, the locomotive draws to distant markets the crops which he draws only to the depot, the threshing machine separates the grain he eats from the straw, and the grist mill furnishes bread to those who feed him. All are as bene- flcient to him as his master's most kind caresses and far more efficiently serviceable. He hates them simply because he does not understand them and'thlnks fanciful dangers or cruelties are connected with them. The restive horse wants the locomotive, the buzz saw, the grist mill and the threshing machine all repealed, because he hears their clatter.but Ms reason is too single and simple to comprehend their utility. As the democratic party gets broke to the tariff it dis likes it less. The cure is to hold its nose right to the tariff until it quiets down. There is one thing that llepublican editors ought to remember: the question of tne tariff is bound to be the overshadowing question of next fall's campaign. The question of free coinage and a dozen other questions will be more or less prominent but it is along the lines where the republican party has entrenched itself upon the tariff question that the heaviest part of the battle will be waged. This is a fact that cannot be disputed and it is a fact that may be turned to the service of the republican party. The democratic majority in the house is a result of one of the most disgraceful campaigns of misrepresentation that has ever marked the record of the democratic party. The McKinley bill has already worked out results that are its own vindication. It only remains to convince the people of the Unked States that they were duped iato believing that the ruin of the country •was impending as a result of the McKinley bill and wide sweeping republican victory is certain. Educate the people of the whole country upon the tariff question as they were educafed in Ohio lost fall and Major McKinleys magnificent majority will serve as an indicator «f what will take place in other states (hat ought to go republican. It the republican press of Iowa will unite upon *» early and vigorous fight for protect- Far this time of the year wood is decidedly the cheapest fuel. J. A. Hamilton & Co., havo all kinds, sawed any lengih desired which they will deliver to all parts of the city free. Canada maple syrup—something fine at LANGDON & HUDSON. To Real Estate Agents o THK REPUBLICAN'S NEW MAPS Of Kossuth County See the biggest lot of harness in town at F. S. STOUGH'S. A very fine line of saddles just received at F. S. STOUGH'S One of the most persistent forces in nature is a needle.which always makes its point and always has an eye for business. Peel-lens for the Complexion. Rozodoro, made from a secret French formula, has been in use over one hundred years. "Its whitening properties are marvelous," writes Mrs. S.'B. Gookins, of Washington, D. C. Removes Tan, Sunburn, Pimples, Freckles, Blackheads, and clears the skin of all impurities. Price 75 cents. Try a bottle. Sent free on re ceipt of price, in plain wrapper so it can not be told. Address, The Rozodoro Co South Bend, Ind. Agents wanted. Republican State Convention. On account of the Iowa Republican State Convention, to be held at De Moines March 17th, the Chicago & Northwestern H'y Co will sell excursion tickets to Des Moines and return at half rates —one fare for the round trip. Tickets on sale March 16th and 17th, good for return passage until March 18th, inclusive Apply to agents Chicago & North-western R'y for tickets and full information. W. A. THBALL,, 34 G. P. & T. Agt. Owing to the recent decline in Oak-Tanned CARPETS AND CURTAINS Mr. Duesenberry (quite inebriated)— My dear, I couldn't go down that toboggan slide. It would take my breath. Mrs.Duesenberry—It wouldn't be a bad thing if it did. If dull, spiritless and stupid; if your blood is thick and sluggish; if your appetite is capricious and uncertain, you need a Sarsaparilla. For best results take DeWitt's. Harness Leather I have Reduced the prices on my own OAR-TAPED HANDMADE HARNESS TO $27.00! Complete. NBXT WBBK -AT THE- GRANGE STORE 200 M Samples to Arrive This Week. Lower Prices Than Ever. are Order a supply immediately. The maps will be sold in lots of 250 and upwards. They are printed in three tints upon heavy paper and are of a convenient size. Write for sample of Map and prices. All orders are filed in the order received and will be filled in the order filed. If you are in a hurry for your Maps, get in your order immediately. ALGONA REPUBLICAN. Bright people are the quickest to recognize a good thing and buy it. We sell lots of bright people the Little Early Risers. If you are uot bright these pills will make you so. He—I wish I could say things as sweet as the soft strains of that waltz. She— Well, you seem to have no diffl culty in saying things as soft as the sweet strains of the waltz. FOIl SAL.K. An improved farm of 100 acres on sec. 30 twp. 99 range 30, one mile south of the rail road now being located through said township. D. II. HUTCHINS, 22tf Algona, Iowa. Baby Carnages --AT— It will pay you to come from the remotest section of the County. Come and get a first-class Harness Cheap. A New Stock just received. A Complete Line of Furniture of all kinds always- on hand. It is a truth in medicine that the small est dose that performs the cure is the best. De Witt's Little Early Risers are the smallest pills, will perform the cure and are the best. * No Weineii is beautiful with a bad skin, covered with pimples, freckles, moth, or tan. I have been asked many times what will remove these unsightly blemishes. No face paints or powders will remove them, as they are caused by impure blood. The only sure remedy I have ever seen is Sulphur Bitters, and in hundreds of cases I have never known them to f ajj,—Bd- itreas 7«aM°J> 6»*ette. EVERY HARNESS WARRANTER! F.Utough, LEGAL BLANKS. Warranty Peed, On' 1 Olalrn Deed, Leased, Real JSstate Mortgage, Cbatttel Mortgage, Satisfaction of Mortgage, Original Notice, £and Contracts, Contracts fqi Building School House, Notice Trial, Probate of Will, Tax Sale Notices, Petition Blanks, District Township lilanks, Oatn DlaukB, Blank Beeeipt Books, Blank Note Books, etc. etc. form made to order. THE Boots, Shoes, Harness. JOHN SHARP, Boots aud shoes made to order. Bepairing a speel&Hy, A large stock of lajdies »»d wen B •UPM» a»d waroa shoes Jijst received. Agent to* Shwp's Eureka I«*OMW tlT0-the tart «*oe dressing in l&« Every machine sold is work or we g«t no pay v Uurrau for the 1'aruaers. Something they all need. Tne Excelsior Windmill Attacnment and Feed Grinder, can be attached tci any wind mill and is guaranteed to do the work of any feed grinder. Sample of the grindew may be seea at Matt Richardson's ware house on State street. Come it» and

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