The Algona Republican from Algona, Iowa on February 5, 1896 · Page 2
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Algona, Iowa
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Wednesday, February 5, 1896
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But when I stated in that dispatch and reiterate now, that 'we are the hearty ad* Vocates of the Moiiroe doctrine, we mean the Monroe doctrine as President 9 10 17 ft, 11 18 26 we, 12 26 ffl, 6 IS 20 —•*»» 14 21 28 rA (BUM WWts f-iffct f Mat ot tfas ft! ft flttttit Jnfy, a-rasa-ft.*^ 29 QUICKLY,— J THOROUGHLY, FOREVER CURED. NERVE RESTORER® r OUT OF ME GREATENGU5HREMEDY yond human aid You feel Unproved the first lay; feel a benefit every day ; soon know •yonrself a king among men In body, mind and Jneaw. Drains and losses ended, every obsta- .cte-fco happy mavrted life removed. Nerve iloi-oe will energy, brain power, when f ailing • ana restored If neglected such troubles result fatally. Medical aSvice free. Mailed everywhere. sealed for 81. Six boxes for $5. J ACKSON MEDICAL 00. Chicago 111., or our a- eeut, FKANK W. DINGLEY. Algona. Iowa. RiGtMlN&llBLETS -are the most Powerful, Safe, 1'roinpt and 'Sellable of this kind m the imirket. 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This map is made to fold up in convenient form, and contain letters written by several northern people who have settled 4it different points on the Louisville & .Nashville B- R- LORD SALISBURY. Monroe understood it. [Cheers.] In that sense you will not find any more convinced supporters than we are." Cannot Interfere in Turkey. Lord Salisbury then turned abruptly to the Armenian question, and he reproached the religious communities with laboring tinder a mistake when they supposed that England had bound herself in honor to succor the Armenians, which means to go to war with the sultan in order to force him to govern the Armenians well. The Berlin treaty, Lord Salisbury said, merely bound the signatory powers that if the sultan promulgated certain reforms they would watch over the execution of those reforms; nothing more. He did not think any one could interpret that as an undertaking to go to war. As to the Cyprus convention, Lord Salisbury continued, it contains no trace of an undertaking to interfere in behalf of the subjects of the sultan. Not Ordered by the Sultan. "My own opinion is that the sultan's government is weak, wretched, impotent and powerless; but it is a dream to imagine that he ordered the perpetration of those cruelties. It was race faction and creed faction driven to the highest point in the most corrupt and most horrible form which brought upon the wretched Armenians these terrible sufferings. "If you ask why we have not interfered, I can only answer for England that we could have threatened what I may call annoyances in the seizing .of customs here and there, but when you are dealing with the rising of a whole fanatical population against a population with whom they have been at bitter enmity for ages and who are situated in mountains far removed from the sea shore, you are deceiving yourselves if you imagine that England's arm, long as it is, could have done anything in mitigation." A Most Amazing Utterance. An editorial in The Chronicle (Liberal) describes Lord Salisbury's speech as the most amazing utterance that ever fell from the lips of the governor of a great empire at the crisis of its fortune. Lord Palmerston, in his wildest after-dinner escapades, could not have beaten it. Hwilldo England grievous harm in the eyes of the world. He bo- stowed but one word upon America, and it had better have been unspoken, We take leave to tell him that he is playing with fire again. He should have said either less or more. His confession of failure with regard to Armenia is a most ignominious admission. WHAT OOfta&ESS IS DOtitCh Monday, Jan, 87. The house, after four lioUfs debate, adopted the resolution passed by the sen' ate last week, calling on the powers aigaa- tory to the treaty of Berlin to enforse the reforms in Turkey guaranteed to the Christian Armenians, and pledging the support of congress to the president in the most vigorous i'action he inight take for protection and security of American citi" zens in Turkey. Aside from the induction of the new Utah senators, the senate listened to speeches on the silver bond bill by Nelson of Minnesota and Bacon bf Georgia. .Ml?. Lodge offered an amendment to the silver bond bill providing for a bond issue of $100,000,000, the proceeds to be Used for coast defenses. Mr. Hansbrough made a speech criticizing the secretary of agriculture for cutting off seed supplies. Tuesday, Jan. 28. The house passed the diplomatic and consular bill with but little debate. Foreign affairs and finance occupied the attention of the senate. Thurston advocated the Davis resolution in a vigorous speech. Voorheesof Indiana and Clark of Wyoming advocated free coinage. Mr. Jones notified senators he would on Thursday ask them to sit until a vote was had on the bond bill. Best Thing on Earth 1 HAVE NOT YET ACCEPTED. HAMPERATOR Farmer's Use, to tlie ^gejit at Wesley get England and Venozuela 1» No Hurry to Appear Before Our Commission. WASHINGTON, Feb. 1.—The Venezue- Ian commission held its regular weekly meeting with all members present. A great portion of the session was taken up in the consideration of matters touching the merits of the controversy, including a large number of maps and a quantity of matter sent from the state department in answer to request, collected by persons especially charged with the task. Up to this time the commission has not received notice from either the British or Venezuelan government of an intention to avail itself of the invitation extended to appear before the commission through representatives. Nothing has been determine^ yet as to sending »n agent to Europe to collect evidence there I or the commission. » Wednesday, Jan. 30. The session of the house was brief. The opposition to a bill reported from the invalid pensions committee to amend the act of i8<K) led to the making of the point of no quorum early in the session, and the house was forced to adjourn. The time of the senate- was .principally occupied by Tillman's speech arraigning the president and the Cuban resolution. Thursday, Jan. 30. . The house had an acrimonious and partisan debate over the question of censuring Ambassador Bayard for his speeches in England. The senate continued- consideration of the bond bill. Friday, Jan. 21. The District of Columbia appropriation bill was considered by the house committee of the whole. In the senate the time was occupied by debate on the bond bill. Vilas of Wisconsin was the principal speaker. It was decided to take a vote on the bill Saturday at a p. m. Saturday, Feb. 1. The finance committee's free silver sub stitute for the bond bill was passed by the senate—yeas 43, nays 35. The Allen amendment prohibiting the issue of bonds without the consent of congress was defeated by a vote of 8-1 to 54. The house committee on foreign affairs adopted by a party vote a resolution censuring Ambassador Bayard for his two speeches at Edinburg and Boston. CANADIAN TIMBER THIEVES. Montana Forests Kobbed of Millions of Dollars Worth. ' SALT LAKE, Feb. 8.—A special to the Tribune from Butte, Mon., says that complaint comes from settlers alleging that the forests on the American side of the boundary have been almost denuded of timber by Canadians, and that millions of dollars worth of lumber has been taken during the past few years. The inspector has referred the matter to the secretary of state. Not Responsible For the Woman's Bible. WASHINGTON, Jan, 3Q.— The Woman's Suffrage association, after a warm debate, adopted a resolution declaring that it is in no way responsible for the publication of the so-called Woman's Bible which has given rise to BO • much discussion. LATEST MAEKET EEPOETS. Minneapolis Grain. MINNEAPOLIS. Feb. 8,1893, WHEAT—February close, \';8%c; Ma. V&%a, On track—No, 1 hard, 03%c No. 1 Northern, 59%c; No. 8 Northern, 58%c, Dulutb Grain. DUWFR, Feb. 8, 1S96, WHEAT—Cash No. 1 hard, 01%c; No, 1 Northern, 60% 3; No 2 Northern, 58J^@ B7J^q; No, 3 spring, fi7@55%;; February, rejected, 9'l%@M%o\ to arrive, No. 1 hard, 6'3c; No, i Northern, 81c; May No. 1 hard, 0 %o\ No, 1 Northern, g mt,a , , ,^"O-ilO •- i_7 r case of tth Atthui- Btiostrow, to Bfc Louis tailiionair'e Who has teft ott trial during the last month fof .the cold bloode'd intM-def of his Wife and t-* 1 * two years ago. has ended* the jti«r _turning a tetdiet bf tottf de*r 1ft the fitst degree, tttie re'sult was Readied With* out inudi tfbttble, each inembef of I the jury seemingly having settletBhe case, in his own inind. The verdict is re* ceived with almost universal eatisfac* tion. . „ . -This is the second tfi&l that Df. Due< strow has had on the charge of tnuf* der, the first one resulting in a hung jury last year. Uiiestrotfr's T«fribie Crime. The terrible crime With which Dues- troWWas charged Was cominitted in February, 1894. One day- that month his Wife and child Were at home aWait* ing his coming to take a drive. When he came into the house Cuestrow, Who was drunk; began to abuse his Wife and finally shot her down in cold blood. He then picked up his three-year old boy, a beautiful child, and holding it at arm's length, killed it with a pistol shot through the head. His wife lingered for several days and finally died. After his arrest DuestroW, with the help of his fortune, tried to evade the consequences of his crime. Ex-Govr ernor Johnson, who is credited with being One of the Finest Criminal Lawyers of this state, was given charge of the case, and was assisted by Colonel Nathan Dryden, Charles Noland and J. Wesley Booth. Prosecuting Attorney Zachritz of St. Louis was assisted Jby Judge Bolte, prosecuting attorney of Franklin county, Judge Gallenkaap and Lee Merriweather. Counsel for the defense endeavored to establish a plea of insanity, but after two inquiries held before juries, in which much expert testimony was heard on both sides, it was given up. and the case came to trial in Union, a change of venue having been taken, from St. Louis. The case will be appealed. OTHER ROADS MAY FOLLOW. FRIEND? SIBlfdSSttfSSfiAtf i* W &«ii 6 »'ro oe iSoTi4?'" IJ °"' • • -'^ 9J..W *per MW**«C* BOOK J.U MUlixr Sufinil) KMfflttfWl ttftu'AfUlAiii Great Western Will Not Abide by the Association Action. CHICAGO, Jan. 80.—One road in the Western Passenger association will grant the 80-day extension on G. A. B. tickets. This is the Great Western, which has appealed to the chairman of the association against the action of the meeting of Tuesday in refusing to grant the demands of the G. A. B. Under the association agreement Chairman Caldwell is bound to decide within five days whether or not the road is entitled to relief. If he decides against the Great Western it will then give notice that it intends to grant the full 80- day limit asked by the G. A. B. There was some talk among the other roads of Ignoring the Action of the Great Western and allowing that road to become swamped in its effort to carry all the business, but the chances are that by the time next September rolls around the rate will be generally met if the encampment is leld at St. Paul. The Joint Trafiflc association dealt out cold comfort to the Grand Army, tor it took action in relation to cheap excursions that practically announces that it will not grant as low a rate as has been given by the Western roads and will not extend the time limit as long as the Western lines have already done. _______________ ALWAYS ON THE MOVE. •mage Jenkins* Court at Milwaukee. This decision gives the Milwaukee court the jurisdiction over the entire system in the matter of receiverships. The case was argued before all these members of the supreme court pitting in chambers and as individual justices presiding over the various judicial circuits which the road traversed, except in the case of Justice Brown of the Sec* ond circuit, Who sat in the case because of the fact that the Northern Pacific has large property interests in New York, which is in his circuit. REPEAL OF RECIPROCITY LAWS Kesolutlon to Investigate the Effects Adopted In Committee. WASHINGTON, Feb. l.—The house committee on the ways' and means adopted a resolution providing for an investigation of the tariff discriminations against American products and and effects of the repeal of the reciprocity laws. The resolution, which was introduced by Mr. Tawney of Minnesota, recites that it is desirable to extend the exports of surplus agricultural and manufactured products of ' the United States to foreign "countries, that in certain countries their importation is prohibited, restricted or subjected to burdensome inspection, overvaluation or discriminating duties and authorizing the committee to prepare a report which shall show in what countries such discriminations are in force and the effect of the receiprocity treaties on commerce and of their abandonment. Experts to make the investigation are also provided for. STEAMfand lio GASOLINE ENGINES ">$, y& Portable and Marine. If you think of buying an engine of any slie or kind send for our CATALOGUE No. 30. containing Illustrations and prlcesof every kind of small engines up to 20 horse power, at bottom prices, or LIST NO. 29 for yacht engines,boilers and boat machinery. Eltnef sent free. OHAS. P, WILLAED & 00., 197 Oanai Street' • • ' Chicago. JAVA and MOCHA HX ft% IflPHEBSQK, Agent |S<' iXi ' ?•• ', j"O- i > ft* .\\ ' •*//• i' „-,-, P J ^ , _, TO*/^,^ iu .. Pr~>~ ff%\ &&•*• giT/yi-.',/ ^ II|PG AHD-* i& .&&. pt, Vaul Union Stock ST. PATH,, Feb 3, HOGS— Five cents higher; quality better and market fairl? active, CATTLFj—Butoher stuff, stockers feeders in good demand! common poor q uality hard to sell at a. decline pf from tbe fore part of the week. SHEEP— Steady; 44 muttons weighing 108 pounds §o}d»tf3.45, Receipts: |*Qg8, 5QO; cattle, 7t>; oalyes, 10; sheep, }00. . Success* nUy THeA tUe Sew BURJJN, Feb- i.^The miuistry Q| war has mrt competed a series of sue* oessiui es^rimeijts with the discovery of pjpQfesjgr, Rpeatgw of Vienna, of a Pnjpn Stopfc uiQAao, Feb. 8, active and 5q f^\f*^rr > **ff»Mf***'VT rf-wf 9 f TT*T— - T rtr^gy* *-« thai* yesterday's closing,, < / ft)e» WW& tf H.W«i,|L|[ 8 M^ Marin, the Present Spanish Commaaer in Cuba, Means Buslno»t». NEW YORK, Feb. 8.—A World dispatch from Havana says; Ever since Marin left Havana last Thursday he has been constantly on the move, When he started, Gomez and Maceo were both in Pinar del Rio province, and it was thought they would try to join their commands, but at San Antonio General Marin learned that Gomez had started east again, General Marin turned about and went to Quivicau, afterwards having a skirmish at Mel. ena, Gomez disappeared and General Melena moved his troops back to Quiv- ican, where they are now quartered. Great activity continues along the so- called "strong" Spanish line, which ia being strengthened every day in order now to prevent, if possible, Maceo from crossing eastward and joining Gomez. The insurgents derailed a freight train of 80 cars n e » r Batabano, Eighty Spanish infantry accompanied the train, which had an armored oar, Reb» els hiding injthe cane fields opened fire, but the Spanish soldiers drove them off and Baved/be proper^ in the car. Sextpn May guecee4 McCarthy, LONPQ'N, Feb. 8,^1* is announced, -tidr. Justin McCarthy wjll resign leadership pf the Irish p-a.r!ianje»> party at the meeting $ that party* •"• has been ea]}e&. for gaturoay „,„,. It is T? e liere4 tb&t ThPH&as ton will he. i»Yite<J to BTjcpe_e^ ¥A " > awl '" ~ SEMI-OFFICIALLY DENIED.- Partition of Turkey Not Contemplated by the Powern. , ST. PETEBSBTJRG, Jan. 80.—A semiofficial announcemcint has been given out here that the reports that the partition bf Turkey is contemplated or that an alliance has been formed between Bussia and Turkey are absolutely unfounded. LONDON, Jan. 80.—The Constantinople correspondent of The Times says that although no definite agreement exists for the,, immediate or proximate Russian occupation of Armenia, it is certain that there is a private understanding between Russia and the sultan which gives the sultan confidence in Russian friendship and disposes him to conform to Russian advice in matters of foreign policy. UNITED STATES AN' USURPER. Occupying Bullions of Acres of British. Territory, Says Salisbury. MONTREAL, Jan. 30,—A special to The Star from London says: Lord Salisbury and the Rt. Hon. Mr. Chamberlain have been considering the result of the inquiries into the records here, made on behalf of British Columbia, which show that the United States has no right, under the Anglo- Russian treaty of 1825, to 8,000,000 acres of land opposite Prince of Wales island, on the Pacific coast, which is of high strategic and commercial value, and which the United States has usurped ' since buying Alaska, The records of the dispatches of Bagot to Lord Canning show that Clarence straits and not Portland inlet is the correct boundary. COFFEE. Finest Can Coffee on the Market, Blue Label. , -„«,,-«-«, A combination of the finest Aden Mocha and ' ; 'fe^A Fancy Mark Java. Packed in t and 2-pound •,?*>s air -tight cans, thereby retaining all of the arp- „* iW< ma and freshness lost In bnlk coffee exposed to/;, fej the elements. Beturnable if not satisfactory. .A4 Never sol el lu bulk or In paper, toil ov nasta- •«. >v board peckaKes. >•''•,;, LANGDON & HUDSON, .,/ Sole Distributors, • ,,,,,„ ."jtW AN ENLIGHTENED POLICY. Japan Throws, tlie Islanfl of OpfW to Trade, WASHINGTON, Feb. 8.—Ttae Japanese legation in this pity has received an important cablegram from the foreign office of, Japan, with direction to'make it public, by the terms of which, the nch island of Formosa, which, Japan acquired from China will he opened to trade and commerce, " , Since the acquisition pf Fprmqaa by Japan there has bee?j,Qorj8ideyj&ble gpep« ulation by merchants »»d others inter* ested m Oriental trade as to the polioy japan should puriue, and the aopve cablegram iudio&tes the purpose of government pf the fcwfc&do to be an lightened pne, having ftw.tte f TO development of the —'• - of the -- 1 --" •the finest wV, yet , pjuWtel 100 pa£'ev\\$5 ^^ 'frr . . p... t- be mm*: m^m* v t;®ftwM law ntfog #.*#gJ&fflL S 9 '' W$k ty pay toflgjjagwft^jj^. /*. ,fVk. '•*';. :w4u M$Mm*m$»^i*M ,> r j- f , K wp^%|M|sg* >fffi ww£ vVwiwHa*^*^**' Sos^** r r T '

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