The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa on July 26, 1893 · Page 8
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The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa · Page 8

Algona, Iowa
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Wednesday, July 26, 1893
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•r*ic?? TO BEY, BAGKELL'S CEITIC, Oar Methodist Pastor Writes a Letter for the Benefit of Mrs. Bailey of Webster City. HOW OYEK;A coMisffip, The Same Being in Answer to an Article by Mrs. Bailey Criticising His Oration in That City. When Rev. Bagnell Was invited to apeak at Webstar City ou the Fourth the woman suffrage society met and asked him to discuss the move for universal sufTra.r 0 . He hnd openly opposed it while n p::sior in Webster City and many Indies of the club know big sentiments. He answered thorn that his sentiments wore known, and that he would be pleased to refer to them in his speech. He accordingly enumerated woman suffrage as one of the dangers threatening' the country. But it seems that a Mrs. Bailey, who was instrumental in getting him to refer to the subject, didn't know how he stood, and was fired with righteousindignation when !)„ emne out aquaroly against her, which ,,; JO poured out in a column and nhiilfin ) ; ,st wooli's Freeman. This week R.-V. Bugnell answers her, and calls her aUontion to ti few /nets among thum being that ag his senti- mentsi were, known nn d he was special- y in\ iteu to express them " at the rendezvous at Keokuk ha wna fS^ 01 "', He served in the Iowa legislature and under President Harrison was first assistant land commissioner and afterwards commissioner. He resigned April 1 and went to Oklahoma and opened a l«nd office, where his only son, Wm. A., joined him July 1. Governor Stone was born in Lewis ™« n y 't?T Yorlf ' antl W!ls in his 64th year. He leaves a wife and one son He was prominent in Masonic circles. A Hancock County 1'oet. Ole Oleson is a poet who makes his bow in the Register. The sentiment and rhyme are both good. He writes BHITT. Iowa. Yiili ir, Gfeo. W. Skinner's Selection Breeds a Healthy Eacket in the Democratic Camp* ts H. C. Shaver Tells How it Happened- Algona Democrats Sent In a Vigorous Protest. ">.iii iwn vuu ma en sa. Ole, das ben hard tarn ved vo En ehangon yo ben haven,' ' JJasi Pnbieken hem stnl lak hal i.n hem luck vase eniafen. a robber tariff en mnvool Hem uiek ma poor hem s;i, S»,r, i D \ old " robh er Slilniv Bill" Hem skete ma efery tain, TrSni 6 , 11 n K ? nt ° blt yroa C10S3 Hem no uefer can. n.?7x? » hen , 1 tal ma e!el 'y tam t, vollurs beu a sleato, eao, 3 ^ l M?,, ve(1 Norslce man yBlll" vns rate. irn'U s 'V"' gotel1 llf » - sen slcecp, J^n gonto paen noten, Has soil ben gute en rack bep- crop En corn en rate en oaten. Movement" was mention! second and was not "the fourth danger.. a^o there wero six dangers mentioned iu- stead of five as she stated. These wero ar- danger, is devel - g Hem tok veil ina lak anytantr A nefer seen such vooirian Hem sa hem vant das tariff Ven das Jung O le hem ben conipn. Men a tal Yiilie, shot hem va-,v Das vooman ben no gud, ' A gonto wote das Democrat Hem bat hem lag a vood, A gonto haf ma uanety saa On efery bushel vate, gn ef hem uu a didn't could 13a hal a gouto fate. nal?. 1 ), 0 Ved Gr °ver yusten soin, Das change ve got, yo bat, mtnV/S V001 vu " fmsensan, (Dem leten pangya cnt ) Ma voto hem vort yust vorty san Ma ha a don't ctnl sal, ' . Caste, ns seen in the tightly-drawn SS2. r i lno ln th ,° Bouth and the Cadency to lo S k «?, wu ?" houest toil »' the north. r ™ e I "? mt BWi«on Question." ™ e .M° u °y Powor -" The speaker r Ke e das spei;en mans „„;,' .-•••'•r* J r-ower." The speaker regarded this as one of the greatest dangers of the country, but for lack of time did not enter into a discussion of the vjirimm iiimana of it for " Capital and Labor'' as a*yonl familiar with the subject can see is but one Jhnse of it. The sixth Jast and greatest danger is tho Again, the critic is incorrect in tho closing statement of her labored article which is here quoted: "One statement of Mr Bagnell's was incorrect. He said he had been asked to give his views upon woman's suffrage. I was present at the meeting when the committee was named to ask him to say something for universal suffrage in bis oration on the Fourth. It was not supposed that any minister of thought could liave aught but the deepest interest in hav ing American women raised to the dignity of citizenship." B •> The following are the facts: A week before the Fourth I received a letter from the ." Women's Political Equality Club," stating that at the last meeting said club had passed a resolution requesting me to incor porate a plea for universal suffrage in mv oration on the Fourth. I replied in brief as follows: "Your communication received \ ou know my sentiments upon this 'question. I shall be glad to express them in uiy H." When ttPi'ivinn- tit. tliin «„;«.. :.. OMS OMSON. The Poineroy Cyclone. Miss Minnie Kirkup of Fort Dodge who taught music und paintino- in 4.1- gona several years ago, has written the following poem for the State Register- No time for blessed charity that love Which greatest of them ali;'om : cites him Who gives even as him who takes Across the hot, sweeps! hushed plains the cyclone , oFn'atiire, and . ss em n uiv oration." When arriving at this point in my remarks I said : " Another danger that is threatening our republic is that which is popularly known as the woman's suffrage movement. I received a letter from the secretary of the "Woman's Political Equality Club" of this city asking me to " incor porate a pica for universal suffrage" in m v oration and I take this opportunity to express my views upon the question, etc etc." A comparison between what Critic reports me to have said and what I did say will show who was " incorrect " It may sound nice to say: "It was not supposed that any minister of thought could have aught but the deepest interest in having women raised to the dignity of citizenship," but as 11 matter of fact a number . of the members of the club knew perfectlv well my sentiments. The secretary had at least a half dozen conversations with ine on that subject. It seems very strange that when such a resolution was pending they did not state what they knew to be my views. What did the club mean i Did they think I would disregard my own opinions and that they could handle me as a puppet in a child's If Critic is as intelligent as wo believe she is, she must know that all that arrav of great names is no argument, that just as strong an array can be marshalled on the other side and from the writer's own church too, that the wisest of men are generally divided upon whether if woman was enfranchised she would help solve the temperance problem, or would complicate it. She was very unfortunate also in her proofs of what woman's suffrage had done. VV e all know Kansas government and politics have not been particularly creditable to any cause or to any country during the last two years, and as a matter of fact the population according to the Minneapolis Tribune has decreased 75,000 during that period. I wonder which are "the two great political parties of Kansas" now which are vieing with each other in recommending woman's suffrage? Another proof offered Of the success of this measure was Wyouiin" As wo are told by Critic that this "is tlfe solution of the temperance question and that Wyoming has had universal suffrage for 25 yours," we naturally look to Wyom- mgfor a conspicuous success in dealing with this groat evil. How do we find It? bne is far behind some other states Her liquor laws are not strict at that. Besides being incorrect in above particulars, the criticism breathes a spirit which cannot help its cause. The writer implies that because the speaker did not agree with her he is either a second-rate man" or ho is not a " minister of thought. " Such methods of argument are a serious reflection either upon the cause which needs them or the defender who uses them— or T . , ""i"i voice or irlniiil Pmvn ie s art"?/," ™ !ld e ?a«»vor to destroy ue h,id, strange call of a/tony across chained 5116 " tm '°" Kh ^'er Primeval, To do man's will. The matter of the appointment of G W. Skinner as consul to LaGuayra has assumed a more serious aspect the past week, and promises to develop some bad blood, Henry C. Shaver, the well- known Washington correspondent, who was with Gov. Boies when he spoke in Algona last, writes to Sunday's State Leader and'says: " A letter received by me from western Iowa under date of July 12 contains the paragraph quoted below: ' Yesterday I was informed that J. J. Richardson had notified G. W. Skinner of Bancroft, Kossuth county, that his appoint- as consul to LnGuayra, Venezuela, was agreed upon by those in charge of the matter at Washington, but I also learn that a vigorous protest by the democrats of Algona and other towns against nHh?? P °w t Ti nt Was fo "varded last night to Washington. I do not know Mr. Skinner, but it is said he is entire y without qualifications for that position and is a man without either capacity or character; that ho has a sHzh t loca endorsement, but that his appointment would be so distasteful to the party in Kossuth county that hu" dreds would bolt the ticket next fall"" Mr. Shaver then goes on and comments on the situation, and says: There must be some mistake about this matter. Mr. Richardson was in Washington shortly before the 12th of July and while here I happe'n to know he told an Iowa gentleman he was going over to the state department to see fm°htrf "I" 8 ' " foi ^ i§ ' n appointment for him. Leaving .for the west the same evening and not again seeing the gentleman before his departure, he wrote him from Davenport, saying that he fai ed to see Mr. Quincy, although he waited a long time for him to return to his office. Now it isn't at all D roba- ale that Mr. Richard,on cou d h,we made arrangements for the appointment to a consulship even for a man so .little known as Mr. Skinner appears to be, without having: seen Mr. Quincv Nor is t probable"t,hat he has pS false with the Iowa man who happened to be in Washington. Politicians-Iowa politicians at least-never do that kind of thing. Another point, Mr. Richard- bon is too near-sighted to have discovered, unaided and alone, so obscure a man as Mr. Skinner seems to bo If he is concerned at all in this matter he else'*" 3 suggestion of somebody JULY 26, 1803. the Dijfe Why, bless you, there is just as much difference in stores as there is in people, When you go into a nice, clean, well-kept grocery house you see the difference at a glance. The goods are fresh, free from dirt, inviting to the eye and palate alike How is it in an old, dingy, barracks-like place where things are thrown together in a chaotic jumble? There is absolutely no comparison to be made between such a place and Our Elegant Stock and Fine Room * Street are ln ft ™ th •«» best in all he aest and * sto ° k *>* always find the the latest and handsomest m Crockery, Queensware, Lamps, Lamp Goods, etc. An inspection tells the story. NewStateJ3ank Block, Algona, low; W. F. CARTER. The selfish greed, ihe stoical untruth 1 lives,' 1 Kamtmt fr ° m °»«n f s hearts ' of s °ri'ow sets in crloom and Broken, despairing, might be comforted called us even brothers, friends —-u. A. Kirkup, Fort Dodge, Iowa C'Jenr T.iike Mu.sical FoMtlvnl A grand music.-,! festival will be'held at Clear Luko j;! irk July 24 to 30. An array of talent never before equalled in soprano, will i.o hoard at everv eoiicert-a rare tr,- ;l t for western people, as this popular ainger has never been heard west of Chicago; the Chicago Lady quartette; Masonic quartette of Minneapolis; Haydon Concert club- Miss Jennie Shoemaker, the dramaMc reader, and other attractions will make the most enjoyable musicale ever T ni/o= U ™ I"' Lllke< The Western .Lakes Resort company has recently erected a commodious four-story hotel named •' The Oaks." This hotel is £ catcd in the center of Clear Lake park overlooking tho lake, is strictly first- class, and yet the rates are reasonable bointr S2 a day, with special rates by the weak. Concerts will be given each evening, and on Sunday, July 80, grand sacred concei , ts will begiven'both afternoon and evening. On that datespecial excursion trains will bo run by the a, •\/r* ^ . ^\VM lowti Central and Mason City & Ft. Dodge. Very low round trip rates.-]712 LADIES' and Misses close at 50 cents each braith & Co. gossamers to Geo. L. Gal- .- T , „ Algona, July U, 1893. Death of W. M. Stouo. Hon. W. M. Stone died at Oklahoma City, O. T., last week, and the remains , were brought to Knoxville, this state, / for burial. Wm. M. Stone was governor of Iowa from ]864 to 1868, inclusive. Ho was elected governor while serving as colonel of the Twenty-second Iowa infantry and resigned to take the governorship He had just served a term in Libby prison. He was major of the Third Iowa infantry and was taken prisoner at Shiloh ou the second day of the battle. Ho was a judge on the bench in this district when the war broke out and raised Company B of the Third Iowa, which elected him captain, but else." Then Mr. Shaver goes on to give Mr Quincy, who is Secretary Gresham's chiet assistant, a brown roast at the conclusion of which he says: " This having been the method gov g Mr. Quincy's a tion in many oth or cases, why may it not be true that he and not Mr Richardson, is to blame in th s Bancroft case? I am not prepared to believe, upon the evidence before me, that Mr. Richardson has made such a political blunder as this appointment would appear to be." This attack, evidently inspired from Algona, means that a vigorous effor mil be made to defeat theSppointment Whoever is responsible for Mr. Rich ardson's letter, it has been received ana the appointment will follow if no change of plan is adopted. But the ap pointment has not been made it has rwnv? een a ? l>eed upon to be milde in October, and a contest may change the plan. Algona democrats are evidently preparing for the contest. uuu "y Republicans, of course, and republican papers have no hand in this quar- , e 1 v.^ u * lt . ls Proper for them to sug- fost that fair play demands that if Mr Dinner is to be beaten by a home " ' ' iter ne has won an appoint! hat good and sufficient reasons ought to be made public. Our friends in Algona who are assisting to beat Kossuth out of her consulship should, now that m.B= W t°!t • efht i8 public ' come out and present their case. If they did not vant Mr. Skinner to have the pi w "y was not a protest made when it ?£u iT ave been done and hurt no one? Why has Mr. Skinner been openly or quietly encouraged to get this appointment, al ,d now a fight been begun on ififl^f Why are . A1 ff° na; democrats eading the opposition instead of those m Bancroft where Mr. Skinner is best Known i 1 Why, if Bancroft could cele- dnnn 6 ^ S S M C6SS) f? ifc is re Ported was done, should our Algona politicians be dsgruntled' And what is Kossuth to -"n by having Mr. Hanna removed if -.. bkmner is to be beaten out of his p ace for some outsider? Let these questions be answered and let us have a square and above-board fight. If Mr & n £_ 1B , *?. be skinn ed let the public This house has been thoroughly refitted and refurnished, and is now prepared to accommodate the traveling public. Your Patronage is Solicited, O. W. M'MURRAY. ~ ' " •*- - T - W > ^ a^^^^p The Pleasures Of Toil are unknown to many thousands in the world s grand army of toilers. «,;?!, ^ 6 - CaU t e !P few of them Iabor with their heads as well as with their hands. Thinking pays: ideas are so much capital. ' What are your ideas about grass- cutters? You've heard about The McCormick No. 4 Steel Mower It's an ideal machine. There are more good ideas about its construe- t:on than can be found in any other mower. Probably that's why its sales are so enormous. It has the best foot-lift to be found on an PAUL LUMBER 00. SUCCESSORS TO I. j. WILSOM Office and yard on Dodge street, south of State, ALGONA, IOWA. Handles the lest of all descriptions of ,H I « e cormcc cold rolled finger bar, and will stand the severest tests possible to a grass- cutter. Guaranteed to work where otners fail. It's a light draft mower, and it's « M e; . ' s an eas y winner °f field trials. It's a really valuable mower m more ways than can be enumerated here-and it costs but little more than a " cheap " machine. slJws" thi" » at?d | Mc 9°™i<* Catalogue We ftirM », p , '*' i" erlts of thia " We furnish it— so do our agents. HARVESTING MACHINE Co. CHICAGO, ILL. WILFRID P. 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Prices are reasonable YOU WANT TO Whom to get to do your painting, paper hanging, kalsomlnlng, etc. JAS. A. ORR IS THE MAN ' tloiiH anrl wnii .n.^o..i.,,. .,'*? JiV.V ri**? B -. ." e gets the lut.nat; fnav,i nnn i_ "i™ Iot moon m nun jnie, ana will Kliarantea snTtlsi prlces-you know his work is first class I £ions and wall pnperlng from Philaaelpnla QurCustomers ttorn Orders by mull have prompt attention. BLANKS THE STANDARD FORMS TOWNSHIP PLATS SIX INOHKS SQUARE a ^f, used Chase & Sanborn's Coffee W1 11 be pleased to know that we have put in a line of their celebrated Teas. Trv Try it on our guarantee. This is the Best Tea you can get In Algona at any price, , , F, OABTEB, DO YOU WANT AN AUCTIONEER? 3P. THE AlCONA SUPPLY HOUSE Win furnish you anything m the line of CREAMERY ; SUPPLIES, V'

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