The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa on October 7, 1896 · Page 8
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.tfc," X a. i- " M T * w "VU»««P 4J&WKN " <*" " "*."V •* -*fr£ «• »•• I "" \ *-'$•£'- ,!•"•* ,>.... »i "•>-•* T * i f * » -M »">• fJA 1«S^i"j t jJLA jACifc VlLJ!Lj tart "- 1 I? MM^f'i*t^- t 5tv^f^L- i Jis£ *" tnafle efetytMW nappy, watefrted atad ,pi -. jpetotis; "there has been much Written was- |-R-hdd llted 'there" nnd others TheVr^d-tts, which were not flattering to,the,eouhity, were denied'by,toe sU» ter advocates and branded as, lies'. The Mlfelrites Moutiy mkhrtalned thai If labor ^yas as Well employed - heVe as In titinj*+3.t** *.£ -*.tt.a.k J.A. il — •• vouiu *ULCAIV;U.II iferri <M tf*»^-l ten -fc ^ fflUe8 * *- trZrln « C6< *f^ Olle #*«»*& f^** & e -».iF e!d $ n * 4 Natidha, ., V «, H ^I*-V*L«PA •"*»•' Oh thbt&H JSS S ?•.'" * iexi cnn silver. Oh Uie f other P™ 111 ."PS, J-dyhe pay roll is met with African gj the « ,•/"=. "° HCII cmpioyea - nere as in ico Uie gttat question of what to do vlt th6 ooi ' wonld b <> s«>l*ed ns there claifaied~(hnt thete wns tio Wall street; « ood> . clotl »'ng and flie necessities life were, cheaper;, that the'* nation s .prospering as it never Imd Before, and all oh account of the free 'coinage *. £¥ S i*' Jt i oftis .°^ bo Democrat, ,wisli- f« g *«,«°i « c JU8t in thc mntt «. decided S l e J d \ ^representatire, there who would report what he 'snw and learned, with' n'i l e ?L rd a V,° ho ^ thc reports would affect thc political situation. The man was one on whom the paper could depend to tell the (ruth: »i i tn l?l 8 from s( J? ie of tu c letters > throw sOme light on the subject 0 '?- Ce ? effccts nrc > 3lbS*ST L ^°s4^liF f f F^^ 8 ^ 8 Sl^Hn^ 5 ^°^'fe §W«ffi h wo^ Vorth $67,60, for'thTsame^nd^oftern | 8tt5o» Sen? ff^wlttsTwhe^'to $3r« on the --. .on tht . t.M.3 c [old for 100 miles. .'"..gold; to Monterey, '5_% x i£an si ver, worth ' ""mi m juexican silver, worth S30 fin I tn SSR « Tr^ nt,- • *• aia »"*'" irom *# Firemen on the Texas'dWsion 7re paid Stilffett^r^ ai ? few 'j a ^ umb ^ ?it h ? 1 atc of ;5 1 '8P iu gold for 100 miles thrft rih* ^L£SJ „ ft £ flft < :e f «etaen; of! sst/j?. the Mcxicau awsi -' ? 2 -^ otea^^^ A general officer of the Mexican Na- *?&*£$*$ "' " n " 9 " ^ '' tlqnal, too modest to have his name ••- ' -"^"^JPay a.t »jad them off to this point, looker-on interrupted with: hl**1* nil — C J.1 5- l» _. . . . - ...«„ uei>enn on torelgn Exclmnge."" Pil-ates on^the,Jiigh sens could harcF ly be a more dangerous menace to com- infKft, hof,,. n o« —tiqns thaft this fluctua- bctwecn countries ,011 . u^u.iuimJs. Outside' of a 'few .",","«,""•' i-hangew nt coast ports, business tnon. of the states " hardly -notice" from to.woek'the variations*in exchange een their country and Bnropd. But business relations Between the i7i»«V", a i. e !t and Mexico the changing .aifference between the standards is a "'atter of hourly concern. , \\hats exchange today?" goes with very morning's salutation between mer- Monterev. up"*or "silver's down" is thc 1 news of first importance. '"" 1 --ntativc 'of a San, : house on his "".;"'£*",'•?" »v olt er-on interrupted with: I B i«oi£,«£.' * uu J" 1 ' nl ;. r ,»hould think all of the fellows on ±^ r ^fiffijF" W a daj the Monterey division would want to get tr^" 0 ^^ for thc * on the Texas division." K m IS tt ^^erence'of ftfindttiyahd* *&)&?»: MOM chosetiCfocstldtL ai buffi* ;«i,ouu,uw jounces a year, ww «2?f f !l, "fefe. "f*^^ JS .cents Aweticfl *u * "jexican money,;tfM ^hat in Aniirican money if &il?'jN-ftrh one nitftfsfbi to uncove> 1 -"its r Utatlofl ^sthblish , of tho moment, 'is of as the richest man fltnm does not admit g^flife the tna'sses .W.iit^^ , . ~f* . ^ nemio I *P e * ie i ,»-tJK scaled, aBfl OfleTSfid r^ays ?^.°£ e fojlo.»s another Hn, a«Jbeaffl aftef btjher bfftto tfos, (until tne Bdfejw~J8 t full 1 of ierlcan *"£ the i«ht^^f>ttons of llad ohd ; I Ifnti ntwl iHWSrKwefia^ i.1^.,.. ...... «$>„. j _ * ,. SiftofiSi'??'^' 8 w=«ffi'aS 5 h Si^^™i*«s*M?'»w«? p which silver li V«fcjh * ^"v ei ?PffP nt work Mr. Da lt D i*» £? ??t incldeatally ore w :he"4o6'-r a - I S d ,v h A I 4M 60 ' 0 ^ •°-«I 1 fH s ->« ' 8iT ^ O-in.'Mexi-lfhfg y ' *b^^l^?tl»?l9'» ^'1'^ him 'Monterey to''tho 1 n ^4 ly i ng 1 % v P^^x o£ sllvcr ^jJttffldwn- M C -^fe f F^,m><%a^o B'fcet sai(1 'hirt-'w*'*!"* l " CJ "?""•> said tne omcer, roiia 'ri, ^ 0 JB!L c -L 01I . fc .ffW bafe ! s ^ Sexas | f r j 6 *&£ the same ..silver smelters are :0 in Mexican money smelters are profit• money. Whether nited States would 'We U do that BJ to e give I MexSnwTt °™ ^"erlh^American,to^the ance."- I gif'Tt * would require the ' ' ' ago. tt'hlrt-- 1>: *tri. i fr —"-« -M-V jnuuva^Lu u -AUtll Mr- Dn^ 11 ! 0 dov ?l t> » in S his property, *i r - PAWM ha s tnh6n o<|t n tjjj^^^ ofAsre.which has not been shipped to the or treated at the mine. He now d utn l> containing 50.000 tons of ore which, he says, will average 00 l?,U° the ton.--That'-means-3,000,- "'"ces more,, to • be worth $3,820' n .the trnlted^ States •declares ttited silver. * ' ' ..» »uv.- u>viucui.| JB 01 Burpassing importance, Mot' only, f of, the rlght'c'asting of their votes but fof the''fight understanding of business principles, for If they 'dd not t understand tfie irfeanfiig of money^ wliat it should- be, what, it 'is for, and' -what it can do, there is but little Jibpc that .they will be able to accumulate much of it; oi> r ac'cumiilaTing it, know Well how* to use If, > , ' ' f While' -debtt, fi ttf.1th§0bMlfie? l wh?cS -hOVl» linen rinnttrrt;U»..i % ^b *tl. ^«i_7*'. i >UI i-« 1 hoW'to Uje ..., jThe common phrase _ in business' is hn the r V.«*»«CT c«^v< " V wages of section 'hands?" !r ned to the books again.' division," ' '* — " unnwh »"M 1 of thc cities of Mexico' ec 8 a anation of 9c - the ".T^"i'"'»'*' 1 * ja . 14 somg to sell goods or do" • S J »iL USines f betw «ea the countries )vhen "'flSJfe-iSJ t °$?J je allowances for such tliicttiations.- When. I sell a bilhof goods erchajit on six months' ngtirc .the prices" high ! •%, «vuw^ «ia UJC O VUI* • flncliStinnriT'^ °^^ DC , o£ ^o 80 vi °lent .' corned Th^nvchant his ofosetUe ment 'gainst possible change goods *• * "• sstf' mg» Vr .'" C J' i'»J"-iour-ti Me £! can smelters do. The marnl tho a j tbc smelters - here com- manu tn e best of Mexican - labor •" Tho double at common labor. fe^ , ™.. buy wlien prices are raised My house may make • mn, *i i' i- "•°*- li '" a saie oi goods on ,'noutbsj time. That isn't the way to between two countries as otia A «.7 j-l.i— • __ * Concerning Lead. h"J lT £L-?to 0 " ow BSM of to Britain aud Europe." ~ " A Dollar's Worth of tuber. A dollar worth SO/cents commi a said of woees .ViS i?2'" tr '!l... W1 >at-hf l\f l-ltn 11 ' J»~~" ---"•••« vUU A.I1LJ fkolr S S r.6A! Ab!o!ltq f «1n tion aUhSesopI^C^ lt ° y ^ W™' ' ..^i^^fw^ci^iiisuvoV: jrj/i ."SVhy/Jsr.ltTltha't'JnJai silver ^oilritry' , n and the corn cakes and the bit of meat." ' K.4- i n "•"-:- s -^"i mints-to-be coined mi i ow only half a dollar'' 1 ' ' £»§"r^ &a "^-« '?„ « no ! bel ? w « fl> o>" which the Mot- Lnborem „ « seB . At Corralvo, in tlic state 'of Knovn during tw-o centuries/ under' Simhtei, vw' .inmoiit ana 'the • coining* 'of 'rail ft i basis i" fl ° rth 10 ° cents on the silver •——w ^uu»uuu~ i»iiiiau in uusincss is 'making;money,"'but nibiiey IB onl# tt means for obtajnlug Dottier things.' ^neii, a young mata-has'saved his.,first hundred dollars he d6esn'*t'."put it-away or hide it, but i,nTests; ( itjin,other>rop;ei'ty T>r 'lohns" it'at.interest until he.caVfl^d an'opiiotv tunity for'Other investments. 'As. heTiu- crcases his money he sets-it at wort'for himj'and in'this fnf grows 'rich? .Money s f not,.the^utim'dte.object-of 'busiiiessV out it IB the'meaus whereby men obtain What they 'want. \ . > It is of» tho first importance, therefore; anu each'man's'common' sense t'onfiring' 1 'it, that tho'money we earn, that the money wo borrow.a^d lehd and that we use for the. purpos? of exchange' Rliould 1 be uniform-,iind stable in value,, that it should'mean* tho same" thing next year' that it d6es today, and tho world of busi-' ness has -agreed that gold and bilTer makes the "nearest r approach - to * that JV °f .money—gold for- large transactions, f.^il.vjcsii fytf small. VTh'dt*'/these* metals can be eq'ually -used' "history' »«»v a"staple stnt. Britain ^ng,Continental ^u r( y-millionj),_of AWerifeans to be moBeyj-i'raljbers" "and' "iiluto- they hesitate'W believe that Mr. as found-and 1 carries Aladdid'g »V.. 1 ~"""j*' u - ^a*?!') and,can produce thcsa Stupendous results? Aridarp Ihe millions .of People in this-countryJ-wSib hate inSS so the wisest „ JUYU proviaeu; tnaf gold^sttduld* have the.priucipal^lace.'aud stlve-i be treated as subsidiary. .„„ , ,,' . 1 he political' question,"tlien, for' the yo f ung man,,who now votes for-the-first/ fin" - to « dcq l de I s ' ,whotheF "it, is H wiser tT follow the teachings of history VuU jliQ fi c cessu-n3ues of the world or to start otit on 'a -charge^ • with 'being, unreasonable when ^"i?«* I" .'i M «' Bry an to stnte.explicitly wliat lie believes V^-ould Occur not onlv to their interests, but to* the business of the whole country, if'-his prediction as i to tne rise, in the price of silver should not'be fulfille^ arid the 1 standavd of es- cnanffe shoi»d.sudde,nly;bx; changed from 'best 1 a -slight a'dvance'-in'thcr commercial value, of 'silver bullion? .""..PL T t, \ jl> ^~ •**•' " -""'"- • • -..-^ . ' Ha 4' thcii,'Aineri caii "Pa'rm cr Forgo tte n Th^t^'uijderi^PresidcijV 'Harrison's nd- \ministrationriUie.,pr l ph'ib'itiori ! :agairist our meat tprodupt4 ibyf^Grfea,^' Britain, Gof- »-k *'» " ' J 1 ' *\^" <*"•<** *^*.JK*»U| \"fCf ..*,»«.», Denmark,. Austria,'France, Itnly and .Spain, fw"ere .rejjyoy'ed ? J" r ;'% \ 1 Has he.forgoften^the high'"priees he t*PPAttTdrl rfll'Pino' *" fVtrt •fiTYina " unntn» A «: 1.» -—— nr-. f—w ' • V* JJWt. IVjff^ LA^Xi A41£U |/t |Ul O UtJ recfiiyed^ p,urjng" r the*_tjmes ." t reciprocity ''and protection w'er9 j in"fqrpe? "'' * tound 9;ie-oFgoen.,aour--ra9-n al n g"cultural^ products, was "extended" dur ' ' - '- - ' '' the ^T i "•*>"•• "t«c is rue cornerstnnn «n M Tj t* -^i"-* 1 ,~~'?'-»" »»*«iu pi Jflbor built jitiVi JBSWKwaaw: ?s fe«t«r»ir4i, H*b.e 'cost 'of convevinV n £t*l$™: °« ' J ^*. fffS'f * * *-• A ''* i *«r^ 1 DllVfllV TfAll 1 ** .*vmri4> , —-'"L;*- * * ~_J r SS$ra3SS«£| |r„^!?,^f«^S?fey« m?n^- sll ^ l iiP r - 9d WcwpP in" Mexico/ We wafrttpnwa&aS .nenence ..in. minint; oA^ vl-iiif 1 * IU1 i5f 41 i i ° woria or to start odt on 'a' isncullural, products, was l exf€nded"dur- tuat has already-ibeen',tried aid? ,P g 'this'time? '" '.- '- ,'" ~ disastrous.'-Shall we as a people ; Has .he^fprgotf.cn that, our exports of pattern .after England or, after b acpnv hamB, and laril. was iucre f isfl ?; v -"^- - Sua " w,e learn from China O r ! r'* 10 .0°0,000 iu one, year by ' this same irom (.Tcrmany? - - ' ...';! policy? » • , " whon W i^- StttlyounsJraan nct for Wmself *.,?aB hoforgotten that, we , exported ? n ,P«, Iool 5'ng^ttround among his-elders ?12,OQO,000 more . of, American beef "r-hV^f u ^ e , 1 ' 1 9 r , s »u.>busiijesa.-JifQ? -,D DOS fo products t }.n a singjo year.?, . < ". choose i ( the< example and advicerof7suc- I ^"S ho f.prgottefl';tlat^wo exported cessful m-en-ofjhe Armouys'and FieFdV *i*?^'^sW o^;il/e^ J &tHf &. and Gages of commerc,iaj and financialfj» u .£^' - .. ,» ~,Xl!V~'*r ' •or ooes ne start*out regardless' of « Has .fl° forgotten 1 ",t]iat,',we . exported " -1 ;r,W m athods -and' attempt' |ome -slio?t .§150,000,000,of ~cereaM,\naiheJy, wheat .. JBw^awj^aw^ IT?S ' U± l ^^^ u »yl^th e ' g futtu?^'H7w s L au, J»W Smel ter opera r tlon < ln" Mexico?! K f ^ ' Per day In •Suporljjtenaorit/ f .;.,",,..)'^ e ^ cnn P*ffl?&. ( Two foremen, 'at,$4! J! :. •• " " ! ''"-' ? - S'ffi' islav°e 1 ; 6 r.'f he ^> »•"••.:?:;::::. 'loo . '4.00 ',2.00 8,00 m J- Mll rr**VWAI4Pf4t " Ul^i^J,. ^tT*t*..^ f , r/% 00 ^wr'-sla/fni'if,-i?to;;;;:;;; • • • :: '•> - HO •Twp ore men,' afc 68%c?^ ,'..•""" '?'§2 .CwflreuarcQal> men,"at; 02Mip . ,J'5g .'Dwf'paUQ nien,- at 62 1 /" - - -'- -TwmwgXw* '' ' f? 8 lc peajeo.Better prices, wpuJdL'.Bo 1 * ob it is with tamed fpr a)l of s hjs prpaucts^ jf 37 defy' the V Ha ? he fqrgotten tf at jll '.thp'sp ,prom- i, iSJBffia ,^; la , „, ,„.,;;;• a&ft j o «a^ •*- 'Products havp^depyeci^ted M^vpjue? an? L '.pa, 8 hq fprggttenj th^'.gpod VtJnjp's, that fen; a 'l classes, the .farmer, thdVaceTWorker ». >«> KStefe^ ^S58».n?;,?-^ * rust -' TOt,7^^T7^ THE MODMN AlAl)Dra; ' *- y - "* " r- « * ' ," J - - and Qther NatlonVwItH ' Free " ' y^vf^^g^^^'^Q^f ,H Bryan p,nd hlfl.shonteri jnftk> j^ohto^,'! the charge 'Mt.'efftnftnuN 1 ,boiug <n?ado f 5, '^ a 'V' / Wtoj-rf f,.-Pi»«aO, r. +, w §™?"w.Ffe'«. «w, 'Tis tbat'orftu'-fedrful.>nQ B H, «„;„. .,. S5^jBa^*"'^"'-V.V//^ - - CQ !» |ff^%;::.;:f-v^'.M f w,|,'f 6 ggajNWKf^ 11 ^^ ^. if ja^ ^SJSWtl??:;; 1 ::::?''^ '. At €wf»^ *v i^m- gf: :aJAu%^^4^;^^g^ f;"lBp&^^ •* WB VV F! ,83 ,h« ng e, ».-^, v ,«, W^.^JfoA ^ t .S8:SMM.^i^*tw«a w an' ae ' b £ <jy*2,:j-ss nf«"j^«;'»^»v;itp.>j.ivflU4a^get, v« J 1 V/-'flEiS? I 5Al«»5!pjS?» -Wf. >'

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