The Algona Republican from Algona, Iowa on June 8, 1892 · Page 4
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Algona, Iowa
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Wednesday, June 8, 1892
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ffilYM. and DEPARTURE o( TRAINS.j ALGONA REPUBLICAN . (OfUftnl Paiin- "f K<in.<uth ('owity antt th> CHICAGO, MILWAUKEE AND ST. PAUL, "IOINO WEST. t passenger (Official Citii'nf At No. Mo. No. No. No. 3 passenger 9m " r, :02 a m 4 :37 p m ! rel«ht". " :15 a m IS wav freight 11:45 am S freight 8:17 p m OOINO KA8T. No. 2 passenger 10 :24 a m ^STo 4 oiflS6tiEPr «•« ».»«• • if ii3o p iii *o'. 10 way freight 12 :15 a m Wo. 14 freight, 2 :30 p m SJo. 8 freight I0:ftspni Chicago & Northwestern Il'y. GOINO NORTH AND -WK9T. Freight accommodation « :' * » ™ Chicago Mail and Express ) :31 p ra OOINO SOUTH AND EAST. Height accommodation o :OT p m Chicago Mail and Express 2 :33 p m Chicago passenger reaches I)es Moines at 7 p. m.. Chicago 0 :50 a. in., and Kansas City 9 •» a, m. Tickets for sale to all points in the Jntted States and Canada. Kntcred ;U tho post odl^e ir. Aleona as seconil cl;i*s mail niattcf. PROFESSIONAL & BUSINESS DIRECTORY, R..T. DANSON. W. C. DANSON. DANSONBROS., ATTORNEYS AT LAW, Office over Frank Bros. Algona, Iowa. E. V. SWETTING. ATTORN KY AT LAW, Money to loan. Algona, Iowa. W. B. QUARTON, ATTORNEY AT LAW, Office OVRI- Kossnth Co. Bank. Algona, Iowa. PUBLISIIKJI F.VKHY WKDNKSOAV JOS, W. HAYS, Editor and Publisher. Terms of Subscription. One copy, one year, in advance 91.50 One cony, six months, in advance o One copy, three months, in advance 40 Subscriptions continue till ordered stopped and all arrearages are paid. Advertising Rates Are reasonable and will be made known on application. BOOK AND JOB PRINTING. The equipment- of the REPUBLICAN Office for Book and Job Printing is unsurpassed in this part of Iowa. Steam power. .,„„*• THE HKffULicAN is an ATX HOJIK I'UINT paper. No objectionable patent insides. GKO. K. CLAKKK, ATTORNEY AT LAW, Office over 1st National Bank, Algona, Iowa. S. S. SESSIONS. ATTORNEY AT LAW, Loans and Insurance. Special attention given to collections of all kinds. Office over Clirischilles' store. Algona, Iowa. J. M. PRIDE, M. D. Office at residence, in Benham property, on Thorington street. Algona, - - Iowa. JAS. BARE, M. D., PHYSICIAN AND SURGEON, Office at residence. Algona, Iowa. L. K. GARFIELD, M. D., PHYSICIAN AND SURGEON, Ofliee on State street, Algona, Iowa. Sioux City Journal: The newspaper paragraphers should cense as to Mr. Hill. It is not right to throw stones at a funeral. W. F. Johnson, of Bedford is promi nently mentioned as a candidate for State Auditor. He is an old soldier and a man whose republicanism has never been questioned. The Courier and Bancroft Register are having a controversy upon the question of prohibition, lias it failed to dawn upon the brethern that prohibition is not in the campaign this year? The democratic party is worried by no doubts as to what David Bennett Hill would do in case the democratic nomination should be tendered to him, neither is it worried by any fears that Mr. Cleveland would decline the nomination in case he received it. The honor of nominating Horace Boies for president at Chicago has been delegated to John F. Duncombe. It is understood that John F. is laying himself out for a big speech. It will take a big speech to make the convention nominate Boies. He is looking too high when he looks toward the presidential nomination. ALGONA, IOWA. O. T. WEST, M. D., PHYSICIAN AND SURGEON, Office at residence. Algona, Iowa, DR. L. A. SIIEETZ, DRUGGIST AND STATIONER, Prescriptions filled. Deals In paints, oils, books, perfumeries, etc. Cor. State and Thorington sts. Ateona.Iewa. T. J. FELLING, M. D. PHYS1 CIAN AND SURGEON, Consultation in English and German. Over lioetch's store, Whltteniore, Iowa. CHAS. McCORMACK, E CLE C TIG PR YS1 Cl A N, Guarantees to cure Catarrh. All telegrams will receive prompt attention and I will pay for the samii. Wesley, Iowa. An incident connected with Mr. Lincoln's flrst nomination is called to mind by the republican convention now in session at Minneapolis. Mr. Lincoln was sitting in one of the newspaper offices at Springfield, Illinois when he, first received the news of his nomination. "There is a little woman at our house who will be glad to hear this, I will go and tell her," was all that he said and placing the dispatch in his pocket he quietly walked away. When officially informed or his nomination after accepting in a few words he relieved the embarrassment of the committee by challenging one of them to "measure" as he believed he was the taller man of the two. And placing their backs together Mr. Lincoln seemed greatly delighted to find Hhat he was the taller by at least two inches. .\<>unn\'!^t i;n.\ /-v.j.Y /.vw-- Sioux City Journal; The northwest is to be congratulated upon the new linen mill, one of the four linen mills in the United States, which was started in Sioux Falls on Tuesday. It is n step in the right direction. This is the best and greatest (lax producing section of this country. While the seed has been used, and thus the crops made very profitable, the fiber has been permitted to go to waste. The United States have had to depend on foreign supply, asd of course prices have been higher than Ihey would be if there were domestic competition. Beginning a few months ago, capitalists put money into the new mill at Sioux Falls, and now its wheels are ready to turn. There is not a little to learn in order to make the; new enterprise the complete success which it will be, and it will require some time for the best results. The farmers will have to learn how to get the most out of the liber, as they have learned how to get the most out of the seed, and the American straw may require special treatment. But it is believed that the problem has been already solved and that now nothing is required but the experience which a little time will give. Other linen mills will be established in the midst of the liax fields of the northwest. They furnish materials for supplying the whole American market. It is an important day which is dawning for the northwest—the day when the pro ducts of its fields are no longer shipped a thousand miles away to be worked over into new forms, which, in turn, are shipped back at high prices to the original producers of the raw materials. The northwest is becoming a manufacturer of those things which it has superior advantages for working up. This is the lirection of its best destiny. The flax field is not complete without a linen mill o handle the fiber, as well as an oil mill o crush the seed. The agricultural development of the northwest will. not be ompleted until all its raw materials are similarly worked up at home and put into finished form before they are exported or exchange for commodities which the northwest itself does not produce. \if> Vou in if. If not, why not. Why don't you always keep on hand a bottle nf Dr. Hale's Household Cough Cure to allay the first irritation caused by a sudden cold. This is the finest remedy in the world for every kind of cough. You feel the good effect of the flrst dose, and by thorough using your cough is soon cured. 25 and 50c, bottles at L. A. Sheet/, drug store. Low Railroad Rates. INDEPENDENT TARTY NAT. CONNENTION. For the Independent Party National Conventiona to be held at Omaha July 4, excursion tickets will be sold at one fare for the round trip. SUPREME LODGE A. 0. U. W. For the Supreme Lodge A. O. U. W. which meets at Helena, Mont., June loth a rate of $44:25 will be in effect from Al- gonn. TO CHICAOO AND RETURN. For the Democratic National Convention to be held at Chicago June 21st, gents of the North-Western Line will el! excursion tickets at the rate of one are for the round trip. For tickets and ill information concerning dates of sale, tc., apply to agents 0. & N. W. Il'y. 34-38 I.IMV Kates To Omaliit. On account of the Encampment of the Xa- onal Competitive Drill Association, the Clii- .ijio * North-Western Hallway Co. will sell M'ursiun tickets to Omaha and letnrn as fol- i\vs : On .Mine lltli and Ut'i. tickets will be sold •oin nil Millions ;it one fare for the round trip, nd in addition to the uliove dates excursion eke.ts will lie sold foin .June i:«h to inth, in- lusive, fnun stations within 200 miles of Oma- one and one-third fare for the round trip. Apply to iiirents C. & X. W. Il'y for tickets nd further information or to W. A, Thrall, U. ' & T. A. Chicago. 111. The Two «;rrat M pr(lnif«. The noxt annual meeting of the National Kd- uontioiuil Association will lie held at Saratoga Springs. N. Y.. from July 12th to t.Mli, and tue ^onnjt People's Society of Christian Endeavor will hold an Inteanatmnal Convention in New York Oity from July 7th to loth. For hotli of these gatherings the North-Western Liiie(CliicaBo&Nortli-\Vesteru K'y) which reaches so many of the important points In the State of Iowa, lias made exceedingly favorable arrangements In regard to rates, tranporta- tlon, etc. Perfect train service, an equipment consisting of solid vestlbnled trains, free reclining chair cars, standard day coaches and model dining cars and a thoroughly constructed and well-ballasted road-bed, have combined to render the "North-Western" the popular route from points In Iowa to the East. The rates via this fiivorate line will be very low, while the arrangements as to limits, etc., will be extremely liberal. Those who desire further informa- ion concerning rates, routes and other details should apply to any agent of the Chicago A North-western K'y, or address W. A. Thrall, P. & T. A., Chicago. 111. i 3C-3 E. E. HAYEKS, 1). V. M., I'KTKR I.VARY PHYSICIA.V AND SURGKOX, 13B~Ofi\CQ west of the Thorington House, Algona,Iowa. HOSPITAL Accommodations. DANSOX & HUTCH I SOX, REAL ENTA TE, INSURANCE. Office oyer Kossuth County Kink. Also do a loan and insurance business. Algona, Iowa. C. B. MATSON, RKAL ESTATE, FARM LOAXK AXD IXSl'RAXCK, Office with Dingiey & Mofl'utt. Algona, Iowa GEO. C. CALL, REAL EHTATH AXI) ABSTRACT OF PICK For information in regard to lands in Northwestern Iowa, write to him, Tboriiigtou street. Algona, Iowa. A. D. CLARKE & CO. F.Ut.V LO.l.VS. Office on Dodge, street, Algnna,, Iowa. P. L. SLAG-LE, Manufacturer of and draler in Harness and Harness Goods, AUiONA. IOWA. E. G. BOWYER, DKALKK l.V WATCHES, CLOCKS AND JEWELRY, All kinds of Silverware. Hepiuring a specialty. Hotel and Restaurant. A. P. HALL, Proprietor, State Street, Algoua. Lodging aud meals. Board by the day or week. Terms $1 per day, $3.50 per week with famished room, $2.50 per week for day board. AL CONVENTION. The Republican Convention of the Tenth Congressional district will be held at Booue, Iowa, Thursday, June 30th, at 2 o'clock p. m. to nominate a candidate for Congress and for the transaction of such other business as may properly come before the convention. The ratio of representation will be one delegate for each county and one additional delegate for every two hundred votes and fraction aggregating one hundred or over cast for II. C. Wheeler for governor in 1891. The convention will consist of 119 delegates apportioned among the counties as follows: Hoone H Callioun 11 Carrol t Crawford * Kiiimet ] Green n Hamilton i< Hancock i Huniboldt i KossuMi s Palo Alto i I'OCilllOlltilS ', Webster u Witinchugu t 11. W. CllAWKOHD, Chair. Cong. Committee. Geo. W. HannaMemb. Cong. Com. Mr. Blaiae's resignation from the cab inet came last Saturday like a lightning shock to the country and created the most intense excitement among the Blaine's and Harrison forces at Minnc apolis. It is generally conceded that Mr Blaines withdrawal means his willingness to accept the nomination in cuse it is tendered, and at this moment while the convention is in session it appears that his nomination is inevitable, although the Harrison forces are still conlident of vie lory. The charge that Mr. Blaine has been dishonest and two-faced in his at titude respecting the nomination is tin just and unwarranted by the facts in the matter. His February letter announcing that he would riot be a candidate for the nomination was written at a time when the nomination was conceded to be his for the taking. The great majority ol the republican party were at that time for Blaiue and they have still clung U the hope that he would not refuse the nomination in case it was tendered. The pressure that has been brought to bear upon Mr. Biaine by his party during the last few weeks has been tremendous. In case Mr. Blaiue is nominated it will be the most conspicuous instance of the oilice seeking the man in our history The presidential nomination has never gone seeking the man with a more persistent determination. If Mr. Blaine receives aud accepts the nomination it w be at the command of the republican party, not bis own. through any manipulation of The Courier brands the REPUBLICAN as i falsifier by way of making a cloak to cover up its own falsifications. If we be allowed to correct the Courier, 'its figures n comparing the tariff act of 1890 with the Mills bill and the tariff act of 1883 are pretty badly mixed. Following is section 302 of the McKinley bill as amended: "Cables, cordage and twine (excepting binding twine) composed in whole of in part of istle or Tampico fiber, manilla, sisal grass or suuu, one and one-half cents per pound; all binding twine manufactured in whole or in part from istle or Tampico fiber, manila sisal grass, seven tenths of one cent per pound; cables and cordage made of hemp two and one half cents per pound; tarred cables and cordage three cents per pound." The tariff act of 1883 imposed a duty of 3 cents per pound upon the first class mentioned in the above section, 2% cents per pound upon the second class, and 3}^ cents per pound upon the third. The Mills bil proposed an advalorem duty of 25 per cent. We take the liberty of quoting from Mr. Dolliver's speech upon the tarif delivered in the house of representatives Nobody denies that if the duties are re moved from flax and hemp, a proposition which is not even made here, that the ef feet would be to destroy the binding twine factories which use these materials So that if he means anything, he mean that no binding twine shall be made in the United States unless possibly th American Cordage Company, which hi says is a trust, is able to survive the ex perirnent ef free trade. I think that the worst possible misfor tune that could befall the consumers o binding-twine would be to leave them altogether dependent upon the price list of a foreign monopoly, and I desire t< say to him in all kindness that the littl binding twind factory inFreemont, which employs TO hands, and last year used up the product of 2,000 acres of hemp in th valley of the Platte, holds the promise o more benefit to the people of the state o Nebraska than all the free-trade orator this side of Belfast. [Laughter and ap" plause on the Republican side.] If it is the advance guard of that gram army of industry that has doubled the population of Chicago and St. Loui; within ten years and filled the valley o the Mississippi from St. Paul to Nev Orleans with thriving and -enterprising centers of population and business. [Ap plause.] But my friend says that hi wants to save $700,000 to the farmers o this country. Now, if all the fanatics o free trade agreed that that would be the effect of the bill, I would even then doubt it, and even if it were true, I woult think it a doubtful compensation to the new West for the loss of one of its grow ing and enlarging industrial opportu nities. But the most serious students o tariff reform in the United States do no pretend that that would be the effect o this measure. I have here an editoria from the New York Times of January 10th. It says: The two remaining bills have been pre pared without due regard to certain fact which should not have been overlooked One of these bills puts binding twine on the free list and the other removes th duty from barbed wire of all kinds and iron rods for fencing. We h;ive alread shown that binding twine is practically on the free list now. The McKinle: tariff removed the duties from the fibre" out of which the binding-twine is made (manilla, sisal, and certain other simila products) and at the same time reduccc the duty on the twine to almost nothing —seven- tenths of a cent a pound, f the Ways and Means committee desire to deprive the cordage trust of the pro tection it enjoys, it should turn its at tention from binding-twine to the othe products of that combination. It is no probable that the removal of the dutj of seven eights of a cent per pound woul cause a reduction of price that could b perceptible in the retail market. Sub stantially all that can be done by taril legislation, to take away the trust's powe to exact high ring prices already been done." for twine, ha WANTS, POE SALE, T 0 KEXT-A HOUSE. Inquire of Jennie Me In tyre. 32tf. 'riiAYKD.—From the old Lacy barn last Friday morning, a bob-tailed sorrel bald- iiced mare, o years old, weight about 1.000 Ibs. •'mder report to P, J. CHRISTKNSEN*. 31 tl F OR SALE-A first-class Sewing Machine at a bargain. Inquire at the KKI-UULICAN of- ice. If you contemplate purchasing a machine t will pay you to loo.< up this one before buy- ng. It lias never been used and will be sold ill i better figure than any agent will give you. W ANTED. -Every person, male or female, desiring light pleasant and profitable em- requiring no and 1-jymeiit at home or traveling, capita), incurring no expense and wherebj noney can be easily made during leisure hours o address for particulars W. D. Pearne, roon ', Third & Brady tiloek, Davenport Iowa. LEWIS A. DILLEY. , BSOLUTELY FREE. I The publishers of tho Family Journal are determined to lareely increase the circulation of their paper. To do this we make the following unparalleled oiler : We will send absolutely free, postage prepaid, the celebrated FAMILY COOK-BOOK iSteKoilft! subscription to the FAMILY JOURNAL. Tills cook book Is sent to each six-mouths subscriber, and will be found an almost invaluable culinary guide in the hands of the most experienced housekeeper, as well us a necessity to the inexperienced. It possesses the one. great advantage over all other eook books published by being a comprehensive compilation of economical recipes suited to housewives with limited means. Under other heads recipes for numerous table luxuries are given. In fact this cook book Is a compendium of uselul recipes used and originated by the most celebrated chefs, cooks and pastry bakers of the present day. With the Family Cook Book as a guide, no housewife need worry how to prepare the most sumptuous or most frugal repast. Ke- iiieiniicr we send this book absolutely free to every six-months' subscriber to the Family Journal. This is no cheap book. It retails as high as $2 and is worth many times more. THE FAMILY JOURNAL > non ffi y paper, handsomely illustrated, and containing in connection with charming stories and choice literature, such special features as "household hints," "The Fashions," The Household roc- tor," and numerous other departments of domestic Interest,each ably edited by well-known writers on the various topics mentioned. Six- months subscription is only 2oc and entitles the sender to a single copy of the Cook Book. Scud 'JOc in postal note or stamps to THK FAMILY JOURNAL CO., 33-40 80 Plymouth Place, Chicago. Co to Bailey -For Your- LEGAL BLANKS. "Win-runty Deed, <Juit Claim Deed, Leass, Itoal Estate. Hlortgajce, Cluitttel Slort- as'C, SatisJ'iictioii of Mortgage, Original Notice, Lund Contracts, Contracts foi School House, Notice Trial," Probate of Will, Tax Sale Notices", Petition Blanks, District Township Hlunks, Oatli Ill-inks, Itlank Receipt Hooks, lilank Note Hooks, etc. etc. form made to order. THE REPUBLICAN GROCERIES We will give you some Bargains in all kinds of C4roceries, Crockery and Glassware. Try our FLOUR 4- We will suit you better in Quality and Price. We still have some choice APPLES at a very low price. There Is Nothing Like it, o Everybody Wants One I The most successful and economical method of Roasting all kinds of Poultry, Meat and Fish, and Baking Bread, Cake Pudding, Beans, etc. Retaining all the essentials by condensation and saves 30 per cent, of Nutriment that passes as steam in-the ordinary way of roasting. The top and perforated Rack is made of sheet steel. Finest Roaster and Baker made. No basting or burning and requires no attention,as it works automotically. AH who buy for Cash get one of these Roasters at TAYLOR'S FOR $20,00 BEFORE JAN, 1, 1893, JAS. TAYLOR. PIANOS g ORGANS. Agents for Lawrence Concert Grand Piano and 7 Octave Organ, lis- tey Pianos and Organs, Cam]) Pianos and Organs, Decker Pianos, Wegman " Having sold out our Photograph Business here in Algona, we will make a specialty of Pianos, Organs, and GENUINE SINGER SEWING MACHINES, And will be glad to call upon you in case you contemplate buying anything in our line. School teachers should write for circulars and prices on SCHOOL ORGANS. HUDSON & SHADLE. PIANO 2X2 CD CD CO + C£ >N L -^ .^i^

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