The Algona Republican from Algona, Iowa on August 1, 1894 · Page 1
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The Algona Republican from Algona, Iowa · Page 1

Algona, Iowa
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Wednesday, August 1, 1894
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VOL XXlIt, ALGONA, ICOSSUTH OOtMY, JOWA, WEDNESDAY, AtJGtTST i, 1894. CROCK We have just added to our Grocery Stock a 'fine line of real china semi-porcelain, plain white and decorated Crockery, which we rn.1- -_bjB pleased to show to to look at nice dishes. THE fcfePUBL1CAN TICKET. Secretary of State, W. M/MofAfiLAND. For Auditor of State, c. a. MCCARTHY. For Treasurer of State, JOHJS + HERRIOT. For Supreme Judge, C. T. GRANGER. H. E. DEEMEE. For Attorney General MILTON REMLEY. For Railway Commissioner, C. L. DAVIDSON. • For Clerk of the Supreme Court, CHRISTOPHER JONES. For Supreme Court Reporter, ; B. I. SAIjLINGER. For District Judge—14th District, W. B. QUARTON, of Kossuth County. BATTLE FLAG DAY. M. Z. GROVE & SON. Opera House Grocery. Ambrose A. Call, President. D. H.Hutchins, Vioe-Pres. Wm. K. Ferguson, Cashier. C. D. Smith, Ass't. Cash. THE FIRST NATIONAL BANK, iAJAMWSA, IOWA. OAPWA.L, SBOiOQO. Ferguson, CASH ,CA£i;TAL-~$5O,OOQ.OO. l ' FIO.eR9AND,DmEOTOR8i^^ :2 s ' Ll '' " A Proclamation by the Governor of the State of Iowa. ^ ^he twenty-fourth general assembly of the state of Iowa enacted a law for the better preservation of the colors, standards and battle flags borne by Iowa regiments and batteries during the war of the rebellion. In compliance with the provisions of said law hermetically sealed glass cases have been provided and placed in •appropriate positions in the corridor of the capitol, in which the battle flags will be preserved. The 10th day of August, 1894, has been selected as an appropriate day for the transfer of the battle, flags from the state arsenal to the capitol building. This'great occasion, one of the last official acts of 6ur state 'in' natrib'tic remembrance of that heroic army. which she sent forth to defend .the flag Awhile yet in the very infancy of her. statehood, is brie in' which every true citizen of, Iowa will be deeply interested.^ The hardships and sacrifices, the alternating -victories jLjj defeats*, and the -firi^l 'triumph 1 after glory history which our tlott proposed it. The secretary of the tfea&ory fraiiled it. He asked a little more for the trust than the trust finally obtained, Then Mr. Carlisle announced the new sugar schedule to the country as One of the concessions necessary to be tttade in order to pass any sort of a tariff bill. A majority of senator's voted for it. Softie 1 of them denounced it and yet voted for it. Some voted and kept their mouths shut tight. Some of them were gambling in sugar. Some ol them haVe admitted that they were gambling Iti SUgar. Some have denied under oatb that they were gambling in sugar. BUt inot one .of them has testified or will "testify that the adoption of the trust's sugar schedule was desired by himf much less required by him, as a concession necessary to be made in order to obtain his vote for the tariff bill." The pretended investigation of this gigantic scandal has been conducted under the management of George Gray\ of Delaware, generally recognized as the administration's spokesman in the senate; and it has been conducted from beginning to end with the apparent intention of concealing rather!tig the truth. That is all. It is quite enough. Wb&t are the honest democrats in the house going to do about it? LADIES' WAISTS i,$\ CLEAR LAKE INCIDENT, jlaneock Signal: : On Thursday last wtiile a stiff gale was blowing on Clear Lak&the families of Ex-Senator Glass City, and Senator Brower of " -AT- 29 Cents -ALSO -AT- l.OO. BETTER VALUE THAN BEFORE_ i' Private- SafetjrDepbsit Vaults. Interest Paid for Time Deposits. thi&place were out on" the schooner Elizabeth for a sail, accompanied by savisral others. The shifting •winjja topjl'off the hat of^tte of the yourig ladies and bore it out on the bosom of thel&eep. The two senators, gallant always, sought to secure the hat by the ;i aid of a small row boat which was in "tow of the large boat. Glass at the barfand Brower at the helm, they pushed boldly out into the waves. Gl^is is not the best oarsman in the wcfrld and will not blame us for saying so.V^He "caught a crab," to use a nautical phrase, and both men nearly pit'ched into the lake. The boat dip¥ j(&water and nearly filled to the top. h.e*.oars,were both lost-and drifted away.*-Foi'a,moment all was excite- Jag. Taylor. See Them and You want Them!. Price Them and You Buy Them! O • The Finest and Most -Complete Assortment of The large boat-tacked about' until the w and Lewis H. Sinith, W. H. lugnam^^ - •^^ Sifaa . o..ii,r. Kossuth County State Bank. " ^« iTTw* •* CAPITAL, $50,000. CAPITAL, $50,000. ABSTRACTSOF TITLE! & SMITH. REPAIRING NEATLY ,A-t Lacy's Old Ptand, opposite Tennaot "House, PONE. smoke left to us, a 'precious' Heritage* toward ^fiich'the hearts of all lowans gO'for,th*in grateful remembrance. - 1V - "*-' •-Npw,/tlierefore, I, Frank''D. Jackson^,' governor of the st,ate of lowa.^o Hereby recommend thai; the 10th 'day of August, 1894, be knowii and referred 'to as Battle Flag day,' and that it be observed as a public h'oliday consecrated to the memory of the patriotism and valor of Iowa's soldiers, living and dead. Let the subject of patriotism, as represented in the 133 flags that led the .VOJpOO Iowa soldiers into battle, be the inspiring sentiment of the day, and J, hereby request that all the people of this commonwealth refrain upon that day from unnecessary labor and join in appropriate exercises in commemoration of this patriotic occasion. Let as many as possible of the surviving members of Iowa regiments take a personal part jri the exercises of this day. Let regimental reunions be called to meet 'at the capital city on the day previous, so that as far* as possible these battle flags may be carried by their own respective color beare'rs, surrounded by the broken fragments of (regimental orga.nizatipn, , "With a spirit of reverent solemnity, let' the people pf Iowa devote this day to the consideration ,of the relations of the citizen to the flag; of liberty as distinct^ from llcejise; of loyalty, patriotism and hero* ism. Le't us again renew our devotion to tl*efl9g; our devotion to the Jaw, r ' in testimony whereof, I have hereunto set ray hand and caused to be affixed ttie gre^t seal of the state of Iowa', Pone 'at 5es M,oines this S8fa day pf June, in the year of our Lord one'' • eight hundred and ninety-jlour, drifting oars were recovered' by hook and line from the Elizabeth, and tjjen I assed to th'e small bpat-x>ne at a time • *\* v t. _!_• fi l ml. n l>nV 4-f\S\ A Fine Line of New.Npve^tie^.ialso the,Leading Standard - .Grades in Ladies' Gentlemen'^nd Children's/- T)ft4UVJX/VI> VV **«*Jf- •J*~mv*."' w^-*. —»• by a seriesiof tacking,/ The hat, too, was finally recoyered ,,and the rescuers themselves were'rescued, very wet ana droopy. 7 FOOTWEAR YOU WILL FIND; AT ALGQNA^lOWA, BROWNBLL^ ALLREE). • See Orrlon questions of paint. Clear Lap Park, Iowa, Season of 1894. •A fine I program has'been arranged for this most popular of Isorthernlowa summerfresorts 1 , including [lectures by some of/America's most noted speakers; gospel.meetings led by the most popular divines of the nation', camp meetings, band concerts, and numerous othfer attractions which will be announced from time to time. The Annual Musical Festival will be under the direction of Prof. W. S. Weeden of New Zork Citv. The.Hotel Oaks, built in 1893, willbe open tp'the public May 15th. This Hotel is large and commodious, built after tbe/.most approyed plan for summer hotels, and managed by men ,wno wants of their guests. > If ' you find 'yourself 'in need — --- • ,, CEMENT, STUCCO* KINDS QF BUILPINC MATERIAL, w yf-ff W » «n\ajt •**?- *.n.nmc\ /IA*V«A on/I 1/Wllf ME the governor; W, ¥, MflFftrtand, secretary of state, By 0, 3, gyy' ^ e P uty ' lWM. SMITH pijjrs IN— ;j TILING, | SEWER PIPE And doe's ftU kln(U of dltoU worJt. I> b»ve had a^lperjeooe of ton yews »t this work »nd guarantee eattafftQtlon In every respect, 0»U prSOflresB, w M, SMJTB, Al«ro»n, iow», New Carpets, Curtains, Portieres, ' and Draperies; Rugs, Mats, Carpet Sweepers, Curtain Poles;: Ete, * ,*" < i ' ' •• REMEMBER^- . •O, W, HUNTiR, L? BLB9TION election UeW io to Oegia«tl)9 guwtteu ttltW QR §AUS PR TRAPJB CLAS TiieaeeBe4pwjitQWBit Offers you the targest The',Best Th0 Lowest '^m , Jtar* •&•" >r> j > <V,

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