The Algona Republican from Algona, Iowa on February 6, 1895 · Page 4
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TSfffiS 6f Ofie copy, oae y6W tA* i Ofie Copy, si* months, In OB? copy three months. Subscriptions continue i till and All arrearages are frftid. * ! '8 TO 1WAMOVS Senator Chandler made a speech last week which ought to serve to call attention anew to the meaning and purpose of the bill which recently passed the house and is how before the senate to allow railroads to pool their business. We cannot make better use of the space than to quote a few paragraphs from this notable speech: "The authority given by this paragraph is stupendous. Under such authority all the railroads of thn country may pool all their gross and net earnings from all sources. They may virtually unite or form one company or partnership; with a capitalization equal to that existing Juno 30, 1893, of $10,500,835,410, the gross earnings of which were, for the year then ending, $1,220,751,874, and the not income, after paying fixed charges, was $111,058,034. They may agree to commit the management and disposition of this gross or net income to a managing board of ten, or even of three, officers of the various roads. This board can be given authority and discretion to pay out, for the purpose of controlling legislatures, state or national, or other public officers, or for any other purposes, such portions as they may see fit of the gross or net earnings of this gigantic partnership, and afterwards to divide the remainder of the net earnings among the various companies according to arbitrary fixed portions of 100 per cent, on the whole. The profits of railroad management depend largely upon the rate of wages paid to employes. The company may embody in their partnership agreement a schedule 1 of wages for all classes of raildroad operatives to bo maintained upon all the railroads of the country. In short, this cloven thousand million partnership is given unlimited power of railway consolidation; all railway competition anywhere in the country is abolished by act of congress; rates of fares and freights for the whole country may be fixed by one managing body. In view of the attempt thus made to create an eleven thousand million road monopoly, with unlimited power to fix railroad rates and the wages of railroad labor, I feel it my duty to endeavor to secure certain amendments." The present congress will have enough to answer for without enacting this infamous bill. fork time people got tndf kerosene ftt Something like the fates which prevail in the large cities. The Standard Oil Monopoly is one of the most unscrupulous in 8*istence. There ought to he some means of punishment or restraint devised. Someonehas heon criticising theGef- mauia Standard's grammar, and this causes its youthful editor to strike back in a way which if noi exactly philoiofic- ally scientific is very much to the point. He says he is young but hopes to improve with age and experience. Stand back, gentlemen, and give the boy a chance, for verily we believe there is good material in him.—Summit. THE MULCT Carroll Herald: There seems to be a wide difference of opinion in regard to the nature and workings of the tnulet liquor law. It is held in some quarters that the provision requiring the consent of sixty-five per cent, of the voters for saloons in some local* itiea and only a majority in others is a discrimination against the former. The question was thoroughly discussed during the debates on the passage of the bill last winter, and the reading public, as well as those who heard the discussion, were fully convinced that the sixty-five per cent, provision was the most liberal that could have been obtained. It was that or a continuation of the old law. And we don't know aiter all but it was a wise and just provision. Eor forty-five per cent of a people who want saloons are usually more active and aggressive and generally more potent than the sixty- live per cent, who oppose or are indit- t'erentto them. With even chances the saloon men will hold their own and more too, in any community. It cannot be said that the mulct law has brougt about an ideal state ot af- lairs. Aside from the tax feature it is as inoperatipe in "exceptional localities" as the prohibitory law was its STRIKE THE BAR CLAUSE, We reprint from the Carroll Herald an article on the operation of the mulct law which we believe represents what is going on in all the saloon counties. The mulct 'law is as much a dead letter in its regulative provisions as the prohibition law, and its sole effect is to secure from the saloons the payment of the $600 tax. This is what was to have been foreseen, because a saloon which can defy the prohibitory statute, can defy any other which proposes to lay down rules how it shall be run. We have, therefore, practically, the straight mulct, without the, bar, and it would have been very much better if the law had left the bar out to begin with. It ought to be amended at the coming session by striking out the bar sections. Under the law as so amended the anti-prohibition counties would have exactly the "relief" that the law now gives them, and the prohibition sentiment would not be offended. We are well aware that some prohibitionists would object to the mulct law even if this worst feature were eliminated, but we think the additional mulct tax penalty is so reasonable that all reasonable men would, on reflection, give it their support. efficacy cannot be estimated from the way it affects the people of Greene, Calhoun, Sac, Story, Madison, or any c'n'ty in which the Clark law was practically enforced. One must observe its operation in such counties as Carroll Crawford, or many of the river counties. We are forced to admit that there is not a single provision of the mulct law observed or enforced in Carroll county excepting of course tlie collection of the tax. The saloons have dimmish ed in number, it is true; but they are under no bonds, and not one ot the rigid provisions of the law is observed When public officers get through witl the linancial phase of the saloon busi ness, they quit right there. Not on! are the restrictive -provisions ot the law ignored, but saloons in outlying localities, in neighborhoods outside o incorporated towns, are permitted to run even without paying the tax. As sessors refuse to make the assessment and that is the end of it. Who is to blame for this state of af fairs? Why, according to the predominant sentiment of the county there is no blame about it. Things are run just as the people, or a majority of the people, will that they should be run. Where is the law, or what is to be the law that shall work a reform t In all these measuaes, enacted or proposed, what is there included besides the question of revenue? Speaking for Carroll county, we are prepared to say that the matter of revenue is the only practical solution wrought by the Martin mulct law. THE FIRE , E. fclacktord's Sfafige Store Partially Destroyed fcy Saturday Mofttihg ce. Noble Work Don* by thfe fit* 'bdfrS—A ttfeavy Loss, With Soffifi Good Insurance, An alarm of fire Was tuttg Saturday morning about three o'clock* When a considerable blaze Was seen rising between the Grange Store building and hat of Mr. Coonan, of Emrnetsburg\ The fire company was soon oh the ground and vigorous work was done, >ut the flames Were hot stayed until he Grange Store was a Wreck, and both buildings were flooded with watj ter, which as soon as the fire retreated snveloped them in a thick shield of ce The floors of both buildings were covered two or three inches deep with The fire company did heroic Many of the boys Were com„ ywet through and must have suffered keenly in the severe weather, tlort" Nebergal met With an accident, falling through the roof Of the loonan building and landing on the ceiling. He was not, however, seriously injured. One of the boys was seen lamlling the hose without mittens, which a bystander thought fully supplied. Fortunately there was no wind, With a wind the whole wooden row to the corner of State and Thorington would have gone. As it was the neighboring buildings were either emptied of their contents or were closely watched for signs of dangerous encroachment of the destroying element. There was an immense crowd out, but as usual, the fire boys took matters most seriously, working with the energy of desperation, and winning the victory. Without the waterworks the buildings, and probably the row, must have gone. The origin of the lire is a mystery. It is thongnt by some to have been an incendiary blaze, while others lay it to mice and matches and insist that the fire started inside of the Grange Store. Those who made the first entrance into the store report finding the sate door open, find the books thrown on the fioor. and the money draws pulled out. but the doors seem to have been found as securely locked as when left tor the ftaapivfed tfrat the tfetmtf Attdtftff tm authorised to adveflise folds grading, according to the testrictionl of last year, said bids to b« opened at' April meeting. The fioatd feisetVinff the fight to reject any and all bids. Adopted. On motion the report of the committee appointed to check up with Oottnty officers was approved and ordered plae* ed on file. ttesolved that the Auditor foe aulhof* ized to draw warrants for all bills al* ; lowed at this meeting and that the Board of Supervisors be allowed compensation in the sums set opposite their names. Adopted. C. C. Chubb, 1 day, 2 miles, $4.24 Hi C. ttollehbeck, i day, 12 miles, 6.44 L. Barton, i day, 14 miles, 6.68 B. $. Smith, 1 day, 28 miles, 7.80 W. J. Burton, 1 day. 29 miles, Y.48 Moved and seconded that the Board adjourn. Carried. F, i). CALKINS, County Auditor, COUNTY EXPENSES, KOSSUTH'S FINANCE 'Report of Committee Appointed to Settle, With County Officials. To Titfe Hoi«)RABt,i5 SOAJtU Oi 1 StrpMVlsofcs: Your committee betf leave to submit the follow!dg report of their exftm> nation of thei books, vouchers and papers lit! the offices of the Ootlfity Tfeafe- 1 urer, Auditor* Superintendent and Sheriff* All, errors and omissions-^ftfe corrected and the cash balances wefe compared with the amount Of funds in the hands of the Cotihty Treasurer, W. fit, Ktdtttt,) committee. The candidacy of Col. Ormsby for Governor is looming up to the firstmagnltude. One thing is certaiu: his .supporters are in the campaign to win. The Colonel is a good man, has a good record and would make a good governor. The United States senate will have 43 republicans, 39 democrats and 6 populists after the 4th of March next. The popu- Jists will thus hold the balance of power. The French are thought to be an excitable people, but their presidential contests are quite tame. The late president resigned on Tuesday and his.successor was elected on Thursday, There were but two ballots by the assembly, and the thing was over for seven years. IT WAS A DAZZLER. Fort Pod ore Post: They had a charity ball up at Algona last week and from the write-up the Courier man gave it we sue led to boliove be was ono ot the beneficiaries, although the description of his own togs, which included diamonds and a dress suit, would hardly warrant the suspicion. The ball was described in burning words a column and a half in length (the description, not the words) and was a typical charity ball, where for every ten centsspent for charity $3 is spent for show and display. The men and women were adorned with diamonds that rivalled arc lights until the reader is led to wonder where they were borrowed; the ladies wore fine silks and acres of point lace. If the picture painted is a faithful one the Algona'ducks must be howling swells, but this paper is prone to accept it as unfaithful; the fact that the Algona newspaper men were there in dress suits and diamonds lends a decided air of fiction to it; in Fort Dodge, which is a larger and better town, the newspaper men have to attend balls in carpet slippers and sun bonnets and we are of the belief that Algona isn't any better off. The whole affair looks to us like a fake. London Layer Baisins are away down. By the box at Walker Bros.—tf TWO GOOD MEN WANTED for the road. I mean business. Big pay to right men. 18tf. .7. E, PAUL, Algona, Iowa. That lOc table of canned goods is the attraction at Walker Bros.— 18tf Some of our Northern Iowa exchanges are making very favorable mention of the candidacy of Col. J. K. P. Thompson, of Bock Rapids, for department Commander of the G. A. K. Col. Thompson enlisted in the 31st Iowa regiment at the ago of seventeen, and was severely wounded in the Vicksburg campaign. He Js on Gov. ,Jackson!s staff. He is a brother of the gentlemen who compose the firm of Thompson Bros, of Forest City, The Humb'jldt county political campaign has been opened up already, and one candidate for Sheriff is oat in a formal announcement. It was only six or seven months too soon, There is some encouragement in the which the Gazette brings from Liv- ormoro that a horse buyer who. was in fcbat town last week paid $65 to $75 for a number of head, So don't shoot your nags. Therp has been a kerosenepil war &t Kft- gle grove. It was instituted by the Oil Company to kill CQ«ipet4tlOB» HOME-MADE BASING, The W. H, M. S. will sell fresh home made baking at Brownell's shoe store Saturday afternoons and evenings. 18-4 - , - 4|> - 301bs sugar for $1 at Walker Bros,-tf MONEY, I have unlimited mopey to loan on long or short time. B, W. ftseems that Mrs. J. W. Tennant, the landlady of the Tennant House, was the first to discover the fire, and this she did through the sense of smell. Mr. Blackford had $700 insurance on the builditiff. in the Security of Davenport. On the stock, which was very larce and complete in all departments, and comprised a great variety of fine trnods, there was $2.000 insurance, $1.000 of which was in the Des Homes, of DPS Moines, and $1,000 was placed In the Merchants & Manufacturers 1 of Clinton, and reinsured by the latter, in the State, of Des Moines. The coods thnt, were saved were plnc- .! Jn the south Cowles store bnildiiifr, lust'across the street from the REPUBLICAN office. Fortunatelv none ot the oods of the American Express Company in the rear end of the building were destroyed. The Coonan building was unoccupied. _ THE ADJOURNED SESSION The Proceedings of the Kossuth County Board of Supervisors, AUDITOR'S OFFICE, JAN. 29,1895. Board met pursuant to adjournment January 9th, with the.following members present:... Chubb, Barton, Burton,, Hollenbeck and Smith. Minutes of previous meeting read and following correction made: change "abate" to "refund," in resolution on. tax of Lars Anderson. Minutes adopted as corrected. The rest of the forenoon was occupied in auditing bills. Board adjourned until 1 o'clock, P. M. Auditor's office, 1 o'clock, P. M. Board met pursuant to adjournment. Moved and seconded that the taxes be abated for the year 1894 on the property belonging to Mrs. Eric Andeisou, being lots 7 & 8 and 5 & 6 in block 25, Call's addition to Algona, la,, and block 40, Call's addition to Algona, la. Carried. Eesolved that fifty cents be refunded to L. Singleton on account of erroneous assessment of dog tax. Adopted. Mrs. Ora Sheldon was allowed $10 per month from January 1 to May 1st, 1895. ' , Moved and seconded that Mr, Kramer be allowed $8 for bogs killed by dogs. Carried* Resolved that the tax be refunded for 1893 on the N. E, 1-4,34-98-29, the same being college land and not taxable, and that the tax for 1894 on game tract be abated. Adopted. Resolved that the treasurer be instructed to redeem from tax sale tb.e S. E. quarter 25-99-87,'tbe same having been erroneously sold for the taxes of 1898, Adopted- Resolved that the tax of G.E.Kienle Bills Allowed by the Board of Supervis* ots Last Week, COUNTY FOND. 11 f Shipley, fees state vs Oim Dyger SOS.uu churned .$0460 Jai I'auknisin, fees state vs OleJenson... 80 35 Ulied Kouinson, fees statu vs A J)'ord 96.35 .. . 2 07 Obed Itotjinsuu, fets st.ute vs I) K Fox... T 35 Obeil Uuulnson, lees htate vs J Morrison. 9 00 K 11 Oluiku, lees state vs John Uoo $27.i>4 Claimed 2385 Obed Kobmson, fees state Vsl> K Fox...j 1071 obed Hobnisuii, lees state vsi) 15 Fox... 20 10 Obed itobmson, fees state Vs i)au Sliae, nut a lowed, 0 J \) xsee, clerk hire for 1893 0000 Marshall l j rlntliig Uo., priming and stationary 335 13 Irvini? Kuoilge, services In Treas. olllce from June 1 to Oeu.31...* 28000 AlKiimi UeiJiiblican, printing GO 83 if W Dlngley. nid.se , 0 83 U M Uoxs.ee, dooi check : • • • • 3 10 Marwhall 1'rintlng (Jo., mdso $15.D5 ulalined 133d J K Aleiuiroe. deputy sheriff H «u Oailaiilnxn &0o.,0 AlcOlams codes 00 00 I, J luce, seilling with v..o olllcers 4000 W II iNj'cnin, settling with Uo. officers... 00 00 K I) Uaikm*. exuenses. poitaue, etc « 51 The Courier, puu proceedings • 3133 J U Cook, services in Aetna Iron and aieel Works vs Uo. am 1 . J-aey vs 'Co. r,.ilary '. "000 B V Keed. salary 7226 Iowa Institute Keeble Minded Children, clothing SielluKiiiiiey « 38 BHIDGB FUND. John Paul Lbr. Co , Ibr for bridge 7 72 WeyerhMHiiser&Oo.. Ibr for bridge , 99 00 Henry H Hudson, grading •• 4275 Mrs,) D Mc.Donaia, i-ails lor bridge.. .. 1 32 .liiines Mcf'all, drll't bulls 525 ,1 W Uroad.veil, repairing (indues.. ...... 30 00 J W iJroadwell, ditching $142.20 claimed 100 00 1NHANK FUMD. Iowa Hospital for insane, care of pat- lents 430 80 TOOK FUND. Jones & Stacy, rndse fur poor. 10231 Ml Kry. (loi!toriiig poor 4 fli) SS lieiijiimhi, earfor Mrs Uavls 370 DM niixsee.indse for poor farm 3 co W A I'aller.son, caring for Blood family. 5 00 Iliimbolilt conu y, supplies furnished Sp'ionur 2077 L Sherwood, hay for poor farm • 1985 Uradley & Mcoulln. repairs and milse lor podrfarin f »? John Kecd. mdse for poor / BO I? Me overn, nni.se for poor n uo li llailey, hay lor poor lartn 18 J5 DOMESTIC ANIMAL FUND. Mlko Krnuuier, 2 hogs killed by dogs $10.50 8 °0 H Jemz, 5 hogs killed by dogs 30 00 F. D. CALKINS, County Auditor. A good farm of 320 acres, within five miles of Algona. For particulars call at this office. (CENTRAL EDITION MERICAN BGR1CULTURIST.) :- ( vv ec.IYL•'*.}:•.•' i' r - ; ; Original. Progressive. ; ''Practical. ONLY $1.00 A YEAR^ ALL OMIb LEADING FEATURES that have made this journal so popular tire'to be RETAINED this, coming- year and; many .NEW FBATUHEB ADDED. SUCh as GENERAL AND. LO- OAL M MIKKT PRICES. CHOP REPORTS INTHEIU SEASON. CONDENSED FARM NEWS, ana LETTERS AMONG THE FARMERS. Its Farm Features. Go to the Opera House Grocery and see whftt ten cents will do. Chase & Sanborn's famous Boston Coffees and Seal grand Tea. for sale OR Jy by Walker See that line of canned goo<Js Opera Jlouse Grocery, the LOW BAT^S TO WE WEST, On Fob, 13. 1895, the North- Western lino will sell excursion tickets »t very low rates from stations in Illinois and Iowa to points In Nebraska, Wyoming, Colorado and Utah, and also to points in the Black Hills region of South PakPta, good lor roturn passa«o within twenty days. For tickets and full in.Cqrnmtion apply to * Western Allen is 1547 LIVE STOCK, DAIRYING, HORTICUI/TUBE. POULTHY, MAUKET GARDENING, arid other topics, written by VUACTIUAL and SUCCESSFUL KABMBUB, supplerai nted with ILMJSTRA- TKAOIONS by able artists, combine to nmko It IN VALUABLE to those who "farm it for a living 1 ." THE LATEST MARKETS nnd COMMERCIAL AGUIOUT/TUHK tire leading features In which THE ORANGE MODI) FAUMKR is not 'excelled, Hellable special correspondents at the general and Lncttl Market Centers all over the United states enable us to report tlie latest prices on everything the Farmer has to sell. This department alone is worth many time* the cost of a year's subscription to any Farmer. ' The Family Features. be abated $150 QW his personal taxes, The following bonds were approved in the sums set opposite the name of officer, 0. II- Stolte, Assessor, $ 600 G. II, Tinker, Constable, 1000 W. J. Burton, Tp. Clerk, 1000 p. E. Johnson, 600 E. B. CasseJ, Constable, 6.00 W, A, Patterson, Constable, 6QO p. E. Johnson, Tp- Clerk, 600 Moved and seconded that the Audit* or be instructed to buy twelve chairs forjuvyat a cost not to exceed thirty dollars. Carried, * Resolved that the Auditor be ipi Btructed to Jape the school lands to the best possible advantage, Adopted- 4iat Hw A«<iitw 1 " 3 " $P advertise f,qr m* i Short Stories, Latest Fashions, Fancy Work, The Good Cop'k, Talks with the Doctor, Puii- zile Contests and Youuff Folks'Pag-c, porobi ne tc make this Pepartmontpf as'tnuoh value and interest as most of the Special Family Papers, •• Qufl8TJoi»B AxswKHKpon law, VKTKIUNAHY and other topics F ' Each Issue'eomes M \QAZINW FORM out with a neat cover, the varying i'rom ?8 to 80, , An Ideal Farm aM Family WeeKly. FREE SAMPLE <?QPY sent on . Teachers ...... (Joutiugont... School House. lioad .......... OEUMAN- Tcuehers ...... Contingent... School House lioad ............................. GARFIELD- Teaohers .......................... Contingent ........................ SchoolHouse .................... lioad .............................. Bonrd of Health .................. HEJBUON- Tcachors ......................... 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