The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa on July 2, 1890 · Page 1
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Algona, Iowa
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Wednesday, July 2, 1890
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, ESTABLISHED 1866. IOWA, JtTLIt 2, 1890. VOL. 14 The Grange Store, A good general assortment kept at all tittles. LAIRD'S FURNITURE STORE. J. R. LAIRD, Proprietor, i I Undertaking and embalming will always receive careful and personal attention.. Prices are reasonable. L FARM LOANS. At 6, 7, 7J^, and 8 per cent., on five to ten years' time, with privilege of partial payments before due. Interest can be paid at my office. Save money by calling on me before you apply for a loan. T. -DEALER IN- Stoves, Tinware, and Cutlery, Shelf luare, Belting, Paints, Glass, Machine Oils, Iron and Wooden Pumps. Repairing of ^ Pumps a Specialty. JlLGONA, IOWA. TVTIVKIIJE Dealers In Heavy Mi are Milk Cans, Churns, Riverside Stores, Stoves and Ranges, " Quick Meal" Gasoline Stoves. Agents for the NEVER RUST TINWARE, warranted not to rust. Call and get prices', we can do you good. Yours, etc., WINKIE BHOS. DM TO LOAN on Farm Properly. At lowest rates and optional payments. Interest payable at our office. If you want a loan, call on us. We can save you money. JONES & SMITH. M. Z. Crave. John Grove. Livery, Feed and Sale Stable, West of Thorington House. M. Z. GROVE, Manager. Cloths and Trimmings, J. K. FILL & SON, Merchant Tailors A full stock of cloths and trimmings always on Itund, as cheap as can be bought anywhere. All work done promptly and Satisfaction Guaranteed. Call street, Algona, Iowa. You are Invited To see and buy our LOUIS LESSINC, Manufacturer and dealer In all kinds of Ladles' Shoes. | Metis' Shoes, i Boys' Shoes, i Misses' Shoes, Kids' Shoes, Plow Shoes, Plow Boots, Kip Boots, Calf Boots, Fur Hats, Wool Hats, Stiff Huts TJrush Hats, Men's Hats, Boys' Hats, Kids' Hats, Misses' Huts. FURNITURE, Picture Frames, Looking Olasies, Cbromos, and all kinds Beady- made Coffins. Hearse (or public use. Ileudtjuar- Sewing Machines and Organs, F, M. BRQN80N, Dealer Silver Plated Ware, etc. KepulrlngueatlydoDe. Algona, Iowa. i tie Hew Heal Market, LOWE & LAMBERSON, I'roiiiiotoru of the new market on Tliorlngum tttroet, keep everything iu frevh and salt meat PruHli neb every Friday. Come aud Bee u». Cheap, Medium, AND High Grade. The stock in town, and at the pi-ives. The Jiest Rubier Goods •made, Jiest wearing Hosiery. ])eau~ ttful Drew Qoodi. Custom-made Overalls. Coaly Thread at 4o. Wo offer you no Bnldo baltx, we charge no fancy prices. We can save you money. One price for town and country. JOHN BEEP, But aiadohaepwt Vetarliu>ryB«m»dl«*. Stewart'sHeallngPowder SO years in nie for all open Boieo, on man and beast, barbed wlio cats,galla,burns,oh«flng,etc. It eannojbe co.ualoa. OolylScabt. Stewart's Stock Bemedy la not made of bran, o»hoi ana sawdust, to show largo box little money; but la n Tonlo Jfe Is the best cOAQl tie •World. Cf-j STEWART'S I* the but remedy for Bhonm- ntlem, Lameness,Swelling,Backache, Sprains, etc., la mo for man and beait. A trial order-will piQV»K, tag? battle, ft oapts, MORY Mind wnndgrtoe cnred. Bwlu learned. Iu 1'ixi roamiiK. .'IVutlmouWn (rum ftll !"":". "I "S« "I 1 **. ..t'lffw&tvm? •r .i«Ht HI) utia, ya 'A) ON 94I14104P WNPS, Tilt! CANDIDATES. With the exception of three men the present incumbents of the state offices were renominated. Capt. Lyons was jivena.thlrd term na auditor, Judge Etothrock as judge, G. B. Pray us clerk, Gen. Beeson as treasurer, and John Y. Stone gets a second term as attorney jenoral. The new men are W. M. Mo- Garland for secretary of state, N, B. Raymond for court reporter, and Capt. ; . W. tiuke for railroad commissioner, ["he old officials nil have records which make them popular with tho people, while tho now men each possess special uallflcations for the places they aspire ;o. The success of Bro. McFnrlnnd will bo a cause of congratulation in this unrtor of the state, and ho will with- iut a doubt mako a canvass which will •indicate the wisdom of his choice. 7 or railway commissioner it is doubtful F a better man could be had in Iowa ban Capt. Luke. The fact that ho was nominated although his name had ot been publicly mentioned two days jcfore the convention indicates how eadily his fitness was admitted on all [dos. In N. B. Raymond tho supreme ourt will have a reporter capable of vdding by annotations very much to tie value of tho reports. Ho is a :iorough legal scholar, a student of aw, and will enter upon the mostjcon- enial employment. The ticket is a ood one as a whole, and deserves the onfldenco and support of all republl nns. The -Upper, fles BY INGSAM & Ail reports agree that the state f e- publicaft convention Woe a large, enthusiastic, find harmonious gathering, Judge Weaver of fiat-din cdVinty taade a strong- speech as temporary chairman, and Judge Wright as permanent chairman was also happy in his remarks. The nominations wore easily made. The platform was adopted by a unanimous vote. Sioux City did herself proud in the matter of entertainment, and everything went as smoothly as though there were ho differences that required delicate manipulation to con- cllate, and no hot Weather to swelter have adopted, when the matter comos uf ift the senate. through, ing. ' It was an auspicious gather- it is enough to make an image laujfh to fetid the altornftW issues of the high tariff pajpers. One week they tell h&w the Mektntey bill trtll shut out the foreign prodnctt of pauper labor and save tn& American market to the American producer. The hoxt week they all boast that the McKinloy bill admits ten times as many articles free of duty as the Mill* hill did. Their attitude on thl« is like thetf agreement as to cheapness, due -week they claim our Industries -will be mined by cheap foreign competition, aiid the next publish long articles to prove that our manufacturers undersell the world, and are exporting to all foreign markets. THE Philadelphia Press poet felt a touch of the divine afflatus .When he penned the following: (The darn are now upon us, Sad to say I Wliefl tbo bore with trot one In a voice of deep emotion, Can exclaim with true " as does not often happeti between man and man. And In every word and motive and act and aspiration fie Wat noble and manly. It is said that politics Is sordid and selfish and warps character. Well We knew every step of his way from the Iowa legislature to a leadership of the national congress and of a-national cabinet and administration and he never Said a word, wrote a line, had a thought, breathed a motive or did an act that he could not lay as an open page before the eyes of all men and of his God. He Was great not only In wisdom but In goodness. A prince and a great man has fallen, one of the noblest, < the best, the Wisest, purest and greatest of citizens of America." CHOLERA is reported in Spain. Wlien tbo bore with trot one notion, I otlon, e devotion Is It hot enough to day?" To his lay: ' How are youf At all corners he will grab you. AWful lot I He'll shake hands In desperation. Just to quicken circulation. And bring out the presplrntlon Beads like shot; As he whispers, "Don't you think It's beastly hott" But somewhere the wise men tell us, Is It Bpot, Where, though we shall never m«ot him, Lots of other friends will greet htm, And the fiery flames will eat him, Every Jott There'll bo no need to ask the question, " Is It hot!" PBIUJAPB the most Striking feature of the July Century is the long-expected debate on " the Single Tax," by Edward Atkinson and Henry George. Mr. Atkinson opens the discussion In a paper on "A Single Tax upon Land;" Mr. George replies in "A Single Tax on Land Values," and there is a rejolner by Mr. article that marks Atkinson. Another this number of The Bno. MoFAHLAND is on tho road to fame. Claims are now being made to tho honor of haying started his political career. Harvoy Mathers says ho is the man, as ho first mentioned him in his paper for tho legislature. THE Cedar Rapids Republican thinks horse racing is an American pasttlme. It says tho Persian Shah was invited to attend a race once in England, and philosophically replied: To what purpose; I always know that one horse travels faster than another." SAYS the Sioux City Journal: "What tbo west wants of the oast is a little reciprocity under tho government of tho United States. . To bo candid about it, tho west is going to have such reciprocity if it has to fight for it." THE HOUSE SUBSTITUTE. Tho committoo having in charge the Vilson hill providing that states bo llowcd to regulate Inter state commerce in liquor, reported to tho house ast Wednesday a substitute which in 10 place of liquor puts " any article of ommerco." It provides: That whenever any article of commerce is imported into any state from any thcr state, territory or foreign nation, and icro held or offered for sale, tho samo shall hen bo subject to tho laws of such state; rovidcd that no discrimination shall bo .ado by any state in favor of its citizens gainst thoso of other states in respect to IB sale of any article of commerce nor in avor of its own products against those of ke character provided in other states; nor loll tho transportation of commerce irough any state bo obstructed, except in 10 necessary enforcement of the health law f such state." It is reported that Judgo Hood of 'ouncil Bluffs wrote tho report, which ndorses the proposition stated in the ew bill. In ono section ho gays: In the opinion of this committee, all roperty which has been Imported into a tate and there kept for sale ought to bo ubject for all purposes to tho Jurisdiction f the state, and all persons who would ngago in the traffic within a state ought to e subject to such rules as It may enact for 10 regulation of that traffic. The states ro the proper judges of the needs of their wn citizens and ought to bo free to enact nd enforce such laws as they may deem est adapted to their situation and best alculated to enhance the prosperity and appiuess of their people, and when tho on-resident import his wares into tho tata, and there engages in the traffic thcro- n, it Is but Just that he should be subjected > tho state restrictions that govern tho tizens of the state, who would engage in a to traffic, and this would be tho effect of 10 bill as amended by tho substitute resented by tho committee." This is a radical departure from •iginal ideas, and a long stride to- arcls a questionable kind of states ights. It is tho logical outcome, how- ver, of tho Wilson bill, and It is robably better that the whole question e tested at onco than piecemeal. If ils bill becomes a law, it will permit rates to establish barriers against any roduct which for any reason they do- ro to exclude, CENSUS ESTIMATES. Superintendent Porter has mado a uess at the population of tho country, hich ho puts at 04,500,000. This is nofflcial and it will bo SO days before he full returns will bo given to tho ubllc. Tho " guess" on population of own cities shows big gains for Dos !oines. A fow figures are as follows: namosa 8,800 Dubuque 40,000 loomlleld 1,000 Independence.... 3,800 urllUKton 87,300 Iowa City 9,000 ouncfl Bluffs....21,400 Keokuk ..HMO avenport 90,000 Marshall town.... 0,900 esMoineH M.OOO Muscatlne 18,000 eWltt 1,800 Oukulooua •. 7,800 airfield 3,800 Ottumwa 16,000 ort Dodge 8,000 Sioux City 83,000 'atorloo 7,000 1ILAINE J1J5-AIUM5AHS, It will prolsftbly never ho fully known uat what Blaino Bald, when, In that ow noted committee mooting, he ex- ressed his opinion of McKinleyism, But U pretty certain that he said something mt the HcKinleyltos did not like, and is pretty certain that what he said as in tho line of a growing publio ontlmont. Mr. Bluino urged tho vuluo ! our foreign commerce. He urged 10 opening of free markets to all ountrics on this continent. And bo- ond that ho told tho senators candidly Kit the {armors wanted a chance to ell their produce, and not a lot of ctitlous tarilTs on it, Senator Cullom f Illinois heard him and says: " My impression It? that Mr. Blalne thinks 10 policy of tho party ought to bo in tho Irection of a reduction ruthor than an lu- •oase in duties, aud I boliovo further that o is displeased because this has not been one. I have no doubt that Mr. Blulno's reposition to trade our sugar duties for oine substantial returns from the coun- rios south of us will bo fully debuted when 10 bill gets before tho acnuUi, but what to result will bo I cannot of course say." It is reported that thu occasion of luine'0 action Is tho accumulating vidouco that foreign countries have acoptod tho McKinloy bill iw a docluru- on of commercial war, und that they ro preparing to moot it by shutting ut nil American products so fur as Our counsuls report this celliig- Irotn all quarters, and Blaino Butlsllod that unless tho tariff in re- ucod uud commerce encouraged that •e shu.ll soon bo abut within our own our walls. This menus the distraction f the farm Industrie** of tho country, ad the and but ijoruiuoont dopurtvu'e the ropubUeuja pm-ty from active jdntonco. Blaluo IB a power THE school book trust makes fine promises. Tho manager says: "We have decided to issue a new contract price list on our entire catalogue of twenty-ono hundred school books at 20 per cent, oft from wholesale prices, and also to issue a mailing price list, offering to furnish by mall any book in tno list, postage prepaid, at the prices therein named, which will bo from 25 to 83 por cent, less than tho prices at which tho same books have been heretofore generally retailed. The stop has been carefully considered, and is taken with tho full determination to effect a general reduction in tho price of school books to tho public." Century is tho beginning of The Century's "Prison Series," the first paper being a thrilling account of the life of "A Yankee in Andersonvllle," by Dr. T. H. Mann, accompanied by a plan, and pictures made from rare photographs. Many other articles of great value and interest make up the number. • THE July St. Nicholas has several reminders of Revolutionary days and the "glorious Fourth." In "The Baby a Prisoner-of-War" Margaret Poster Owon relates the capture and return of a grandniece of Washington. Whether the incident Is authentic or not, the story is amusing and cleverly told. H. A. Ogden has gracefully illustrated it. Julia C. U. Dorr tolls in verso Of "The Armorer's Errand," a preliminary to tho Tlcohdoroga; Laura E. ttlchar storming of Port „.., ,rds Ellis Joy contribute amusing verso THE death of tho wife of Iowa's greatest senator, James W. Grimes, has called forth many kindly notices. She was 06 years old, a lady of much culture, and always retained her affection for her western home. WHEN Kommler was told that tho court had decided against him, he remarked "that means that I've got to bo touched off by this electric machine. Well, tho sooner it Is over with mo now tho bettor. I'm tired of this monkeying, for I guess tho law is all right." THE Courier credits Thomas JciTor- son with tho following sentiment: " I must never believe that religion substantially good which produces an honest life." The Courier should confine itself to pig and egg items—but we forgot, tho Republican monopolizes tho egg nows department. THE freedom with which tho postmaster calls " liar" would indicate that ho has lately drawn his salary. It takes a very llttlo prosperity to make the native boor stick out through a thin voneer of conventional gontlomanlinoss. THE manager of tho soldiers' homo at Marshalltown was compelled to turn out a veteran for drunkenness and disorderly conduct. Gov. Boies investigated, and is said to have recommended his reinstatement. A llttlo buncombe has boon attempted out of it, but no very perceptible stir has resulted. THE platform on which tho republicans stand this year is skillfully drawn. It is broad enough to suit all classes, ,and is capable of tho most liberal construction. It Is explicit on tho railway question, endorses prohibition without making it a party tost, and on tho tariff and silver questions leans towards western rather than eastern sentiment. Without making definite proposals it gives expression to tbo tendency of publio opinion, and encouragement to public officials to stand by western Interests. FREE silver coinage was defeated in tho lower house In congress. Twenty-four republicans voted for, ond twenty-two democrats against. Tho Iowa republicans voted against free coinage. THE owner of Axtell is no different from other people. His horse is worth more when he is on the market than when the tax assessor is around. He was sold at (106,000; but was listed at only (100 on the tax books. The township board put him up to $75,000 and tho Farmers' Alliance backed up tho board before tho county equalizers. As a finality Axtoll wont in at THE MoKinloy bill is not mentioned in the Illinois or Iowa republican platforms. McKinloy will not go down to fume in the official records. THE appointment of D. F, Coylo for district member of the state central committee was a good ono. Ho will bo a vigorous worker, and tho honor was worthily bestowed. THE first monthly review of tho weather uud crop prospects has Iboon issued by tho new signal service. It is a largo and apparently valuable record for tho months of April and May. We notice that Kossutb Is not fully represented either In the reports, nor by observers. This service will prove of groat advantage, and all parts of tho county should have reports. JUDGE ApAMS,so e jj»ony yours on tho lupreuio bench, is^wwuBly ill. Tho Clln-. ton Herald says: "A fow weeks ago it was discovered that tho passage from tho stomach to the intestines was closed and all food taken into his stomach remained there. His stomach was distended to throe times its normal size. A pump was used and the mass removed. Since than all food token has been pumped out after being left for it certain length of time. In this condition he remained up to last advices, and there scouts to be no possible chance for his recovery." THE death of Judge McCrary culled out a fine tribute from the pea of Bum Clark in the Gate City: " To us who write this ho was wore than ighbor nud fneud: he was our teacher uud counsellor in youth, the comrade and ' -"' * -' Is and Jane _. „ ing verso about tho Fourth, and M. M. D., in tho Jack-ln- tho-Pulplt, gives a sido view of tho samo inspiring subject. ScninxEii's MAOAZIXU for July begins tho eighth volume of that periodical, which promises to contain many features of remarkable interest. This issue is especially well sutied to tho season—containing artl cles on Surf-bathing, tho building of Birds- nests, and on Suburban Houses—all of them elaborately Illustrated, Robert Louis Stevenson sends a poem from an obscure island In Polynesia; a prominent physical! of New Orleans tells of a voyage which ho took In a slaver.many years ago; tho editor of tho Evening Post discusses tho citizen's rights to his own reputation, and there is plenty of entertaining fiction in the second instalment of tho striking anonymous serial, " Jerry," tho short story by tho author of " Expiation," and tho conclusion of Harold Frederic's successful i historical novel, which has been so widely noticed during tho year. ^^^^^^^^^^^^ IN THIS NEIGHBORHOOD. celebrate tho Tho Catholics will Fourth at Livormoro. Senator Brower will orato on tho Fourth at Forest City. Dr. Hcskotl's house in Corwith is out of luck. It has been struck twice by lightning in ono month. Tho Pocahontas Record has a new department, called tho Fonda Record. A. Ii. Thornton is editor. F. M. Daniels of Corwith has a running horso that won first money at Albert Lea lost week in a milo race. Miss Edith Prouty of Humboldt graduated at the state university last week. Sho goes this fall to take tho law course. Part of tho Sponeer dam and flume and ongino house wore washed away by tho high water last week, and tho engine washed Into tho water. Tho river land settlors will take their case to tho United Slates supremo court. They do not want indemnity but will fight for their lands. Tho homo of Rev. and Mrs. McDonald at Emmetsburg has boon glad- oned by tho birth of n fine baby boy since Tuesday. Algona will congratulate. It is reported that Sidney Smith, tho business man of the Sac Sun, tried to feed tho behemoth at tho circus with peanuts, and that tho animal bit olT three of his fingers. If this is true the sympathies of the newspaper men will bo extended, for Bro. Smith is popular everywhere. Ray B. Hnrknoss is now at his homo in Humboldt where ho is resting up after his recent illness, und when he recovers fully, will accept either ono of two offers that ho has to play ball, ono at Denver with tho Western Association club and tho other in Now Haven, Conn., with the Now Hnvon Atlantic league club. / ^ Dr. Salisbury reports a queer 'cose from Armstrong Grove towrfship to tho Esthorvillo Republican. A boy was kicked by a colt a week ago, tho blow cutting a bad gush in his head. His family being Christian scientists, they waited to have tho cure effected by that process. Unfortunately fever set in and tho boy died lust Wednesday night. (Goldduat Prince, the Clear Lake trotter who visited Algona last year, finished last season with a record of 2:34}. This season ho appears to bp a race horso, as ho has boon trotting at two different meetings in one of tho eastern states and won second money in all the races ho has started in, which were closely contested, and has lowered his record to 2:24i. Tho first horse owned in Iowa up to this tirno in 1800; to boat 2:80. Tlio Republican IMatforiii. Resolved, That wo, tho republicans of Iowa in convention assembled, reaffirm our devotion to the principles of tho national republican party, and wo mako no other tost of foully to tho republican purty of Iowa, Wo heartily indorse tho able, prudent and patriotic administration of President Harrison, with special commendation of tho movement for better and closer relations, both business and political, among all American governments and people. Wo do specially declare our adherence to the principle of protection in American Industry applied wisely in vie wot the interest of all conditions of our people aud administered in view of tho equal interest of all Industries. We agree that discriminations may bo wisely made, but never in behalf of the strong against the weak.. jiovcr against tho masses. In this spifwwijk hold all legislation should bo hod wlpSe it con cerns the raising of revenue inent of the same by tho go mont, by tho state or by sub-division 'Cf tho local government; whether it concern domestic aggression or be the definition Q( tho limitation upon foreign Hffgrosglan. Wo are In favor of sucn expansion of currency as will meet the growing demands of un increase in population and trade and offset the contraction resulting from tlio continual withdrawal of national bank circulation, Tp tills end wo fuvor such . B money tho entire silver product of our mines, and wo favor such laws as will uid in tho ultimate and unrestricted use of both precious metals us money. The republican party of this state fuvor In a very fair, honorable way tho industrial interests of tho people of this state. Wo believe the business interests of tho people are intorchnngablo and mutual and tliat injustice towards ono cluus must sooner or later work to the injury of nil classes. Particularly do wo want to believe that the groat Industry represented by the farm stands at tho head of Iowa industries and that fulthful guardianship of that Interest is tho prime obligation upon those who make and administer our laws. .Wo congratuluto tho people of this state upon the measure of success sustained in tho contest in this state in bolialf of tho just legal control of rallwuy corporations doing business in this state, and wo appeal to the people to see to it that there be no recession iu tbo just policy of tho state in this regard, Wo believe tho efforts to nullify the interstate commerce law should bo resisted to the end that national protection and state protection may ullUo bo viual to all communities and among all classes. •»Tuo republicans of Iowa Piter their sympathy to the producers of the south who sock now for dUenthr Ailment from industrial botidugo to the grludUig mo«op.oUes of the statea pi that section protected ' prompted by a.11 the power of tho org emocratic purty of those p tows, uuOw'whlto ,, c ^,.,^ .,„ iinpPDBlUlo nu<J wUl«U rob i»i;d porsoo ••-- oflo gvgat -"-— matter of minor concern Ifi what name th battles are f ought and won. We weicom first growth and Spread of powe* Of republican principles. We cordially approve tho purpose of th republicans in congress to so amend an improve the pension laws as to inak further and more generous provision for union Soldiers, their widows, parents an children; and we yet believe the day is no far distant When a general service pensio law should and will be passed. We express our 1 abhorrence of all trust* and trade conspiracies of every kind in tended to destroy competition and creaU and perpetuate monopolies, and we call fo the enactment and enforcement of both federal and state laws to completely ex terminate Such iniquitous and dangerous combinations and to prevent their furtho organization. We declare against any compromise wit the Saloon and stand by the people of thl state in their hostility to its existence spread and power, We favor such legislation on the part of congress as shall proteo the police power of the states in their effor to regulate, confine or prohibit the publi bar, and for approval of the work am. record of the republican party of this state in this great cause of temperance, Involving the publio peace and the safety of goot government, we appeal confidently to the electors of Iowa, wo congratulate the people of Iowa upon the promise of the year, upon the measures of success that has attended the past, upon the confidence and courage with which tho state awaits the future, THE MONROE DOCTRINE. Text of the F«»age In Which It Wai Flnt Given to tho World. President Monroe's seventh annual message, December a, 1828: Tho citizens of the United States cherish sentiments the most friendly in favor of tho liberty and happiness of their fellow-men on that sido of tho Atlantic. In the wars oi the European Powers, in matters relating to themselves, we have never taken any part, nor does it comport with our policy to do so. It is only when our rights are invaded or seriously menaced that we resent injuries or make preparations for our defense. With the movements of this hemisphere wo are of necessity more immediately concerned, |and hjr causes whfth must be obvious to all ojijlghtonod and impartial observers. The political system of tho allied Powers Is essentially different in this respect from that of America. This difference proceeds from that which exists In their respective Governments. And to tho defense of our own, which has been achieved by tho loss of so much blood and treasure and maintained by tho wisdom of their most enlightened citizens, and under which wo have enjoyed unexampled felicity, this whole Nation Is devoted. Wo owe it, therefore, to candor and to tho amicable relations existing between tho United States and those Powers to declare that we should consider any attempt on their part to ox- fond their system to any portion of this hemisphere as dangerous to our poaco and safety. With tho existing colonies or dependencies of any European Power we have not interfered and shall not interfere. But with tho Governments who have declared thoir independence wo have, on grout consideration and on just principles, acknowledged wo could not View any interposition for tbo purpose of oppressing thorn, or controlling in any other manner their destiny, by any European power, in any other light than as tho manifestation of an unfriendly disposition toward tho United States. —A ludy drove lately to tho front of a drug store and vigorously waved her hand for a clerk. When ho appeared she asked for a bottle of nnti-fat. While paying for it she said she had heard it would "grow leanness" on a person, and as she weighed 380 pounds she thought she would "reduce." English Spavin Mnimciit Removes all hard, soft, or calloused lumps and blemishes from horses, blood sp.'ivln, curbs, splints, sweoney, ring bone, stifles, sprains, all swollen throats, etc. Save $60 by use of one bottle; warranted. The most wonderful bloin lull cure ever known. Sold by L. A. Sheetz. Itch cured In 90 minutes by Woolford's Sanl tary Lotion. Sold by L. A. Sheetz. A Newspaper of the Eortoest THE SIOUX CITY, IOWA. Tun WKULI JOCIINAL Is now bettor adapted (Imu erer buloro to the waiituof Nortliwestern roaJore aud tlio Inforumtlcm of people Interested In the urowth and development of the West. liich Ukuo of Tan WSICELY JODUH.VL contains n hirmi niul vnrleil muount of matter, tlio cream of thn wixik's news and opinion, embracing No other Nortliweatern oewspapor makes nuoh coiiiii'i.'iD und comprohenalvecondunBatJonof th« local ni'-.vh ooearrvuo s na this nowBimlKJr d(»s. Kvurj- I..HIIQ onnUiiua Die Jati'Ht telegraphlo niiwx, i),uiibHtIo ami forelKU, ItiuludlDU reports fmmull (hochief inurUots of uiovrorld. ICiipeolal nttniitlnu is uivon to >lm live stock markets, aud rovlnw* " n< > inotutloas from thu Iwbt markota urn iltvnn iu Mich luuuo. Thu ll«hlnr Ilipinlnre of the day Is culled with a view 10 mnklnu TIIK JOURNAL welcome with ev<T> tniMutxir uf the fitmily. The fir«t bnuiuesK uf TIIK JounN.lL, however, Is to furnish tho news, aud that part of tlie news tFp'-oially littlaK t<e territory and Involving the i>|i-:^iHi mt^ro'iU of Its rtiiuirs. In this work 1 jjj:'iiw.vl. Dim* to novor tlie related iDtorosta n' llw UlHrniirl river slmes, and to unite them in |i • iiri'iuotlon of n common wolfuro. '. ^ I'll - nuiilar will lind in the editorial pages eara- i..l iliwniw'iins of UKI lo.'idinn topics of tho day, «iul inn i .'i.vihrl)'of thowi unesllouii with which llui m'liuiul |ir"S|»rity uf thep<x)ploof this por- 'Inii ul Ilia wi.»t Is involved. Tlium U nnlhlnn nt (Kjiml vnlne that coata BO iiillu iu a good uowupapAr. It pays to have U. Only $1 for The Weokly Journal for a Yearl Tun WIKKLY JOUUNAL should Imvo friends nnd romlem in every township of fhu Northwoet. Ilumiii'fouU to uultn, and build np, and serve. Au u pefriutliil question: Will yuu help to ex- (fnU •/ e Jleld uf it* tiKfulnett-f SUBSCRIBE NOW. 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NEWSDEALERS AND AGENTS, Including postmaster^, school tfiaohorfl. fUul oUiora who hav* tlmo and inclination to porn BOtunthiag bjr cauvuwlng, will be given epeotu and liberal terms upon uppllralloa to the pub- llehorn. SPECIAL CLUB RATES, With overs club .of five, it $1 oftoh, ftocom- no credit U given on ' COfV « Hero t» a ouanoo, U»n, to get we paper <t far twMnai or lutorwted porUw may together end got »i? copies at the prioe of 0vo. ID making iemltta,neMjCiT« AcWross, PBBSWS BROS. CO., Blow City, Iowa. NOTICE TO CONTRACTORS. ttlds will be received at the auditor's ofllco auditor's oi and ail bids. WS D. A. UUELL, Committoo. At 10 o'eloct, the Grand A Veritable Traveling City of Splendor. TJILT MONSTER RAILROAD CIRCUS! i w i m g i—< t§ CD 1 &JD f« S J! *•< III <D rd CD H* •11*-8 |1 W'SJ •0 " S lifl ,—i O C rt « 5 III fill Museum and Menagerie, Roman Hippodrome, and Universal •World's Exposition. , July 19. NOTE—Owing to an agreement of the American Showmen's Pooled League Association, this will be the only Big Show to visit Algona this year. The mighty blood-sweating Behemoth of holy writ. The largest living Hippopotamus in .captivity. Mighty herd of Performing Elephants. $10,000 troupe of'Performing Stallions. "Spider," the Leaping Horse. " Captain," the Equine Lightning Calculator. " Sultan," the Dancing Stallion. School of acting Shetland Ponies, Trained Dogs, Goats, Donkies, Monkeys, Pigs, etc. Performing Lions, Hyenas, Leopards, Panthers, and Tigers. 250 head of Horses! 200 Star Performersl 80 Startling Mete- oeic Acts! 75 Musicians! 5 greatfjgtnds of Music! Ten ordinary Menageries in One! 3 Grand Compete Circus Companies! Ten acres of Exhilerating Sights! One Ticket admits o all! Grand Spectacular Hippodrome Sensation! Jabylon, the largest Elephant on earth! Fanny, only Jaby Elephant in America! Spot, the Lilliputian Clown Elephant! Jewel, the only umbrella-eared El- Dhant in captivity! Japanese Adult and Juvenile Per- ormers! The Muster of the Nations! SPECIAL NOTE—To give our visitors plenty of time to inspect our Great Double Menagerie this lepartment will always be open fully one hour before the circus and hippodrome performances commence. The afternoon and night performances will always be equal and complete, and under no cir- umstances cut, abbreviated, nor neglected. Mighty Amphibious Bovalapsus! Only Real African Zebras! Revival of the Ancient Sports of Rome ! Every morning, Street Parade! 'he longest and most gorgeous Street Demonstration ever witnessed in any age or country, with its mmense chariots, dens, cages, flags, banners, and devices, its hundreds of wild beasts, auxiliaries, 'ings, queens, knights, ladies, soldiers, and civilians, all in ravishingly magnificent array. ONE FIFTY CENT TICKET admits to all the Combined Shows. Children under 12 years, 2$c. Two complete performances daily, afternoon and night. Doors open at I and 7 p. m. Perform- nces commence one hour later. Will exhibit, 1©. PROFESSIONAL DIRECTORY. •-~AA~ *^v ^*^*^ w^ vw^^~~. ^w GEO. E. CLARKE, ATTORNEY AT LAW. Office over First National bauk, Algona, In. W. B. QUARTON, ATTORNEY AT LAW. Over Kossuth County bank, Algona, Iowa. E. H, CLARKE, ATTORNEY AT LAW. Collection agent. Over Kosuuth Co. bank. DANSON BROS., ATTORNEYS AT LAW. Loans and collections. Over Frank Dros. S. S. SESSIONS, ATTORNEY AT LAW. 'rompt collections. Money to loan on chattel security, Over Ohrlschilles' store. B. F. REED, ATTORNEY AT LAW. Offlco over the postonlce, Algona, Iowa. L. K. GARFIELD, M. D., PHYSICIAN AND SURQEON. nice. State et., one door east of Cordlngley. Residence, McGregor St., east of the publio school building. F. E, V. SHORE, M. D., ALGONA, IOWA. State street, oast or Rutherford house. H. C. McCOY, M. D,, PHYSICIAN AND BURGEON. Special attention to city practice. G, T. WEST, M. D., PHYSICIAN AND 8UR&EON. text door to J. a. Smith's store, Algoua, la. J. E. HILL, M, D., PHYSICIAN AND SURQEON. Lesley, Iowa. Day and night calls attended to with proiutuesB, ! J South Side of Hroadway Whlttomoro, • Iowa, NOTIONS, Boote and Shoes, GROCERIES, Jrockery Wesri and Widow ware. Countenance will never again grace this corner—cause why, he's dead, too dead for any kind of use. His untimely - taking off was the result of an effort to sell groceries at closer figures than did . Patterson Brothers, In Algona, Iowa. But he won't do so any more; figuratively speaking, his name is '' mud " henceforth and forever. Mud is all right in its place, but cheap goods are what you want, too. Patterson Bros, keep right on furnishing them at the same old prices—way down to the last notch. ALG-ONA, IOWA. Our Circle of Friends. Once made, never lost. We are busily engaged enlarging this circle by giving the biggest bargains in mens', womens' and children's shoes to be found in Kossuth county, Come and see. Algona, Jowa, , & iTOTOU, W« «w wow ««$« £o»»# o# fwproved from MM to \m yws «?»<>, m$ ffiW <^f tym>wr the privilege of Mytw the wl&le Iwn or wy part t &«w/ <»M«a 810$)«*aw fl&fc v>lm t »te&

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