The Algona Republican from Algona, Iowa on September 5, 1894 · Page 1
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The Algona Republican from Algona, Iowa · Page 1

Algona, Iowa
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Wednesday, September 5, 1894
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ALGONA. KOSStJTH *, IOWA, SEPTEMBER 5, 1394. NO- 49. *** PATRONIZE THE* * House GRG HUtoricalDepartm* ULIl And be well fed and satisfied SENATOB ALLISOK'S A. Call, President, D. II. Hutching, Vice-Pros. Wm.K. Ferguson, Cashier. 'C. D. Smith", Ass'^Cash. THE FIRST NATIONAL BANK A^GONA, 10 # A. - CAPiTAL, $50,000. tfcm«;r on hand to loan at roaHonable rates to purtle* who furnish flrtt-olnss security [• - Plreotom—D. H. MutolUns, S. A. Ferguson,'PhlHp.Dorweiler, W. F. Carter. / I '< Aralfrose A. pall, It. XT. Spencer, Win.- K. Ferguson. CASli CAPITAL—$5O,OOO.OO. fc> -, OFFICERS AND A. D. Clarke, Prea., 0.0. Chubb, Vice Pros., Tboa. H. Lantry. Cashier, <leo. f. Galbraith, , i W.O.Tyrrell, v <W» , * . . Myron Sctwnck. . Ttios. p. Oooke, •^ • e .. , v AIeona,~ Iowa. \ GENERAL BANKING{/,. ': PriWte;-Safety'Deposit Yatdts./'. '' rw:*n, r , Presid ent, J. B. Jones* Vice President. Lewis H. Siiiith, ; ;>"- • "' • C&Bhter.' Kossuth County State Bank. , Incorporated under general laws of Tow*. —_.... J,OOJD. Deposits rpueived, money loaned, foreign'and ; made, promptly and a general .banking busl- 1 ' lonnfrlev sold at lowest rates. " • , • Jones) T. Ohrlschllles; Lewls'B. Smith. J. f -I' t lt ( , ilDOTDAnTC fit TITI CI IBSTRACTS Or TITLE! have an experienced Ab-' upon the financial responsl- ui mo iirm u?i untune »u WTO name, a* »UD; »io uom toapuiiaible tor errors. We have had ...,_.y 7 t>Te years of experience In thla kind of business and guarantee our work. Our books ara complete and kept posted to date. (Jive us a call, ' I£ you need an Abstractor Tit)e,to yo.ur land, it will pay you to .»lraot<jr do the work. The value of an Abstract dep~enda entirely upo i Mlity 91 the firm certifying to tbe same, a» they are held responsible t and guarante ' ,,, JONES & SMITH. gyv> 'At REPAIRING JHaqd, opposite NEATLY House, PONE,, *~ , ...ALGQNA, JOFA. — _>V '-X * t ,t '. •; ";, Of tlte New TarifC, the President's Letters, Etc. s i*rotn Interview, in Dubuque Titoes: The increase of 20 cents a gallon on proof spirits enabled the holders of such spirits, in bond, to utilize the ten days that the bill has been in the hands of the president to take large quanta ties of spirits out of bond by payment of the old tax of 90 cents a gallon, BO for several months there will be a fall* ing off, instead of an increase of internal revenue, from that.spurse. The. income tax, although retroactive in its operations, viz.: applying to in* comes for the calendar year 1894, or upon incomes earned from Jan. 1, 1894, to Jan. 1, 1895, so that no revenue will be received from this source until the beginning of the next fiscal year. The sugar duty, though taking effect immediately, \vill not produce much revenue before the new crop appeal's,' as the refiners of sugar have been importing. new sugar in mucli larger quantities than usual in anticipation of the duty and probably have on hand a supply for sixty or ninety days, so that although the price of sugar will now be advanced to nearly, if not quite the amount of the duty, the refiners, not the government, will realize the profit on this advance. It has been well known since March last that it was the policy of the democratic mm-. jority and the president to levy a duty on sugar of at least 40 per cent, and the refiners took advantage of this fact to make large importations, especially since July 2, when the bill passed the senate. No effort was made by the democratic majority to hasten the bill though; so that the refiners had the whole month of July and nearly all of August to make importations before the duty could attach and large cargoes have arrived during the ten days. that the bill has been in. the hands of the president. When these large importations have been consumed, when the distilled' spirits " withdrawn from' bond have been used up and when the income for the roti*& trfpj ffbod fot return until Sept. IS, 1894. Fof tickets and full information apply td Agents Chicago & Kotth- Western Railway. 45-49 SBST «oui«i|0 *t& iPActfic COAST Is the ChicSpllhtett f»aciflc & North- Western Hue, FBtt Vestiboled trains of Palace sleeping cars, free ret lining chair cars and superb dining cars are run daity from points in Illinois and Iowa, through to Portland, Oregon, with slee|»Mtg car's to Denver, Col,, San Francisco, Gal., and other important western cities. For tickets and full information', tpply to agents Chicago & Northwestern R'y. EXTREMELY LOW KAT&8 TO PlTTSBtrltG JOtt THE O. A. it. Fertile annual Gr. A. R. encampment to be held at Pittsburg, Pa.,Sept. 8th to 10th, theB. 0. K. & N. E'y. will sell excursion tickets from Emmets;burg at the extremely low rate of $22 Idrthe round trip. Less than one-half Those who wish to visit the east Should ncrt fall to take advantage of this rate as it is the lowest rate authorized this summer, and is open to the public. The Burlington, Cedar Rapids & Northern .R'y* run daily through trains with Pullman sleepers to Chica- fe<f. Direcfr-cdnnections at Chicago for Pittsburg. Tickets are on sale Sept. 8 and 9, good to f eturn until Sept. 26th- Ixrf further information enquire of station agent or address J. Morton, G. T. & P. A., Celar Rapids, Iowa. PROFESSION! &BOSIHESS DIRECTORY OEQ'I'.A.OTE tax becomes operative, large revenues will flow in, probably largely in excess "of the needs of the government, espe- daily when it is believed 'that there .will be a large increase of importations of manufactured goods, which under the operation of the law of 1890 were, manufactured in the United States; furnishing employment to hundreds of u .of pijf owri men, and ..women.' n out<of 6mpld$v _ country, laborertr'in otber coutiferies^takingtheir -places in th^Tvork of manufacture.' '?*»«, i&f? Tlie bni as it passed the bouse originally would have left a~ "deficit in the, revenue8W-pr6ljii!ply $25,000,000 and would haye/'practically destroyed .our Industries^and.createdVide-spread disaster. T&gj}enat^,,bil} undertakes to protect many olvjh,? larger, industries, such .as iro^nw^teel, cotton, woolen, 'glass and olbjr'industries, so that by a reduction, o^mgea of workmen most .of these larger industries may. be able to go on, So in this respect the senate bill was ft very great' improvement on the house bill,.but I fear the threat of the president which I find in his letter published this morning and addressed to Mr. Catchinga, instead of to the two houses of congress as the constitution contemplates, will have a disastrous .effect; as ,it shows that the doctrinaires., •and theorists propose to continue the agitation notwithstanding the president's own party by an unanimous vote passed the bill which this day becomes al$w. 'Thepop-gun bills were an after-math intended to deceive a few people, who do not think and who may not know that their passage is impossible in the form in which, they .passed;the house, This letter of the president is singular in another respect. The president was advised with and consulted, at every step of the progress of the bill through the senate increasing duties and gave bis approval to these amendments as the best, practicable w,ay-»£ securing a united democratic vote in the senate for the passage of;8 bttl. v It was, weU 'understood tfyat the democratic senators f r pm the states" of New York,, S"ew , Jersey, Maryland and Ohio could not vote, for the Wilson bill witUoi$ destroying the eat industries'.pf tbose states ^nd the "-party iij-those st..;... . as aspects the great manufa'ct' industries of U'on, ! stee}, .,..,] and. WOQJW gQQd>, etc, fUStwfcytUeprefljaent, ^ r ^ ns PHY3ICIAN AND SURGEON, " 1? ' FARX. .LOANS. Office on l>odgft street,. Algona, Towa, &EO. ( cit; BttAL Bb%kTn*AtrD ABSTRACT OFPIOS Portnformation in regard to lands In j s, Northwestern Iowa, write to him, rftorlugton «««. Algona, Iowa. OHO- X. / V CL OHAS, A. COHKNO E & COHENOUK, ' ' • A. i ^-V-*;- .?, • AT LAW, . . . IOW A. _ iofflce ovar Ko^ut*i|c^Bank. Algoiia; Iowa. & PostofflceJ$locK. - - ALQONA, IOWA*. DANSON & BtJTl^BR. "! LAW/LOAN'S dtf&LAXD, • J '., Colloctions a Specialty, T'\ Offiqe'in Gardner Cowles new building. Algona., ,, - . Iowa. E.V.SWETTING. _• ATTORNEY AT LA W, Money to l«ao. • . Algona, Iowa, 4TTORNST AT LAW, , ' . Loans and Insurance. Special attention given "' to collections of all -kinds. Office over Ohrischllles' store, - Algona, 1 owa. jr ja. ^6'SKCv f A IfTS, L. K.GARFIELD, M. D., PjfTSlClAN AW 8U8G80N, Offl«e on state street, Algona, Iowa, ,' OfHoe over TayjQr'sstore. We have a most Complete Assortment and many bargains in this line. We have a full line of Blair's Celebrated Keystone Tablets; a very fine line of Box Papers and in fact everything usually sold by Stationers. We are offering box papers containing i lb., or 60 sheets of fine paper with envelopes to match, for 25 cents. This is a paper sold the world over for 50 cents per box. Can sell you lead pencils and give you a pencil sharpener with each and every one for 5 cents. Our goods are first-class and our prices are the lowest. PRANK W. DINGLEY, THE DRUGGIST. 1 Am Going To. BrownelTs **yi And get a pair of those nice Schotyl.SHoes. They have got the best wearing Shoes; Best Fitting Shoes; Best Looking Shoes; Best Bargains in l±tm ned nt h o e f Best '' BOOTS AND SHOE& of all kinds, tor large an small, old and young. ,« ^ •i *i* ,,> V •• •'""1 :*r- Brownell & Allred, THE CASH SHOE HOUSE, , H' f ">*»>,i Our. Abstract Books are complete up to ,date, and reliable. 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