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   Rock Valley Register (Newspaper) - July 21, 1893, Rock Valley, Iowa                                lost business Secures BUOOBSS In any business THE an bid k ROCK SIOUX FRIDAY JULY 2U HOOK VALLEY PUBLISHING blinhed a I in at ner When ig rates made ig a and fine Milwaukee OOIKO 435 am nger daily except p m daily except Sunday J 00 p in ht Daily except Sunday OOINO daily except Sunday pt Sunday n m p m am am pm a m Frei a m The refrigerator oar leaves east daily excep doily except Sioux City GOING SOTJTHAT m m m in m Cedar Rapids Northern GOING ROOK V Wfassonger 03 A freight GOING Passenger 02 j Freight and 67 I 66 and 69 Dally except m m ra m THE SILVER CHURCH in the Catnoho Churoh on holy days and every Sunday at 9 and 11 FATHBB GKBMAH m Hook Valley Norwegian Churoh every alternate Sunday lit2oclock morning and MS Sunday School at usual A every Sunday at 11 Class meeting after morning at 10 oclock m TYNITED Preaching overs U Sunday in the Church at 11KJO oclock and 7 30 oclock Sunday School at 12 oclock Monday evenings in Odd Fellows Hali and HOOK VALLEI LODG Ma 496 eets Saturday evenings at 8 Visiting cordially welcome N hrst dings in each third Tuesday eve HUM nlar communications Thursday on or ore the full of the moon in each BUSINESS Physician and R rs Office at firs house east of Mitchell BURGEON M HOMOEOPATHIC i f v Office over Stiles Drug jfiJBeBidenoe first house west of Methodist fj ciai SUrgeoij BOOK first door south State Resi st house east of Presbyterian church ORANGE Attorney for Sioux pj and careful attention given to aU legal Office in Court Attracts ot of any matter before the or lookup anything in the The Use of the White Metal and Its Intrinsic The use of the so called precious metals dates back to the dawn of From that time until a very recent periods both gold and silver have been equally used as mediums of commercial It is an indisputable fact that the ratio of 1 to at the time silver was demonetized in 1873 has been the same with slight vari since the days of Darius of Persia twentyfive centuries It is also a that the times when the supply of the precious metals were abundant have been eras of prosperity in agriculture and manufactures and advancement in learning and and the sad reverse when the supply was Despite the croakings of a nar row it is a grave how far a scarecity of gold and sil tended to produce the sloth and inactivity of the middle when only the power of the central head of a universal religion gave the serfs some shadow of and held in partial subjection feudal The supply during the first fourteen centuries of the pres ent era had shrank in Europe to onetenth its volume during the golden days of Augustus The discovery of America wrought a wonderful Gold and silver began to pour into Commerce The foreign trade of England increased five fold between the fourteenth and eighteenth Agricul ture felt the The ox that brought 1 pound sterling in the fourteenth was worth 6 in the eighteenth A ton of wheat increased eight times in value during the same As I said bimettalism is as old as civitization monomettalism is a child of recent England is today the stal wart and persistent advocate of a gold She is almost ex clusively a manufacturing and com mercial Since the adoption of her free trade policy during the last half her traders have penetrated every land and sea in search of new marts till the globe is dotted with British commercial This creates a vast foreign debt which must be annually paid to the mother country in cash or With the worlds visible supply of gold constantly decreas any school boy can see how the universal demonetization of and the adoption of gold would redound to the advantage of the British creditor class and the disadvantage of their They could sell dear and buy The first coinage act in the United States was passed in and was for the coinage of both gold and silver on the basis of 1 to It was amended in so as to make the ratio 1 to This continued till when congress passed a law prohibiting the fur ther coinage of In 1879 the act was passed for the redemption of treasury notes in In 1878 began the movement for the re newed coinage of silver In that year congress passed an act for the coinage of silver over a presidential This act was not for the benefit of or the coinage on their private ac but by the purchase and by the govern of not less than or more than four million dollars worth of silver bullion and the issuing of what were known as silver certifi cates not greenbacks or treasury notes instead of the In both houses ofcongress hav ing a majority in favor of free coin has been just what the monometal lists wanted to bring bimetalism into The Sherman law should be repealed and if the mine owners of the west want ail OPERA HOUSE yer let them have it on in dividual Let them sink or swim in the without loading the national treasury with silver as a reserve against legal ten ders redeemable in at the ex pense of the In a future arttcle I shall endeavor to give an impartial view of the merits and demerits of bi its advantages and dis Rock July They all Doon Press On Thursday of last the Hotel Warren was opened at Rock Valley for the reception of The Warren has just been furnished at great ex with costly furniture and and supplied with every article looking to the comfort and Convenience of The rooms are large and and a look through them will satisfy any person that the Jesraer Day are bending their energies to meet the wants and needs of the traveling public to the fullest exteut When in Rock register at Hotel July A Change of Plays AFRAID OF THE Notes The following notes in favor of Andrew Anderson were lost about June between Cooks 6 miles south of Rock Valley and Fred Schumbuhms place One note given by Miller for due June three notes given by one for due September 1893 one for due January 1894 one for due February 1894 and one by Ernerst Burdorf due December All persons are warned not to purchase these notes as the pay ments have been A liberal reward for the return of same to this office or the will be ANDREW 464w A Prosperous The commercial men who make this town all say that they sell more goods in this city than any town of its size on their all of which is evidence of the push and prosperity of its business men and adjourning Last Monday there was registered twentyfive commercial men at The Bones of Guiteaus Sliull Being Used as a Chicago InterOcean the man who assassinated President and cursed all is causing the superstitious people of Washington much His skull was kept in the army medical which so recently collapsed in killing and maining so many It was supposed to have been buried in the ruins and ground to but all the people do not believe Be fore his execution Guiteau issued a dragnet curse which included every one who had anything to do with his and mankind in gen Superstitious have connected the presence of his skull in the in some mysterious with the terrible It is alleged that portions of his crushed skull have been and that they are in the hands of per sons who are to use them to the detriment of their SMITH DEALER IN Shelf and Heavy HARD WAR Three or Four of the Leading Makes of S TOVES to Select frbm at I Also offer SPECIAL PRICES on MIXED BRUSHES If you Contemplate let me Figure on your Bill of A T ft SL A Yours ROCK IOWA DEALERS H ARPWARB FARM MACHINERY who so expressed them Clearance After moving into his new store the Pioneer found that he had a lot of odds and ends in dress ladies spring and in order to make them go fast he will sell them for less than Ladies should not miss this clearance which will only last but a few O A Two quarter sections of good un improved land within four and six miles of a the county seat and rail joad in Potter at per acre if taken at onehalf and will take young mares and horses for the balance or time to suit purchaser at 7 per cent informa tion call and see or A Slick Hawarden Independent Some smooth individual tied his necktie before the the dresser in Weidenfellers restaurant Mon day between the hours of 5 and and while daintily arrang TIN HEATING COOK BUILDEBS1 ing his cravat his erstwhile at work an CORN WIND Our Shop is in charge of an experienced line promptly and satisfactorily and all work in this Lumber and A Not in the professional foot racer drop A full line of hair Bock the seriate irds a bill for 8T by almost two free coinage on individual and the issue of certificates against the silver so coined on a basis of 1 to 16 was passed by the This did not suit either the radical wing of the silver or the mpnomet so the Sherman was passedas a differing only fromthe act of in re quiring the purchase of four and onehalf million ounces at market and the issue of legal tender notes or greenbacks in Two million dollars of this was tp be and the dollars and the uncoined held to secure the treasury notes ped into the town of Hull Wednes day and bled the wouldbe sports of they the rac ing with a sprinter Mackev is not in the that village for all the money was not up in When it comes to fingers were oug the con tents of the He appropri ated in cash und two notes which were in one of the went to the barber shop and had his mustache and his identity will probable never be dis Fine Job We have the facilites to do fine job and we mean to doit at prices that will make you our If in need of note or letter or any thing else in the job printing line call on us and we will fix you Also carry a full line of legal A gray mare weighing about 7 years strayed from my premises on the night of July five miles southeast of Rock Val Any person who will return the animal will be liberally re also for information that may her TIHZIE PRICHARDSKEWIS LUMBER DEALERS IN LUMBER COAL and KEEP CONSTANTLY ON HAND A COMPLETE LINE OF Building Material INCLUDING Dry and Finishing Also Best Grades of Hard and Soft THE Does a General Banking issued in er declares for the The law furth parity of the two mf The result has been what could easily be The silver instead of being on Painting Wilson Hirikley is pre pared to do painting of auy kind and on any material also to give lessons to anyone who desires to Call at her home or Box Rock He Passed a well known resi dent of In wood died at his home after a short and was in terred Thursday in the family burial followed by 11 large concourse of sympathizing i A Railroad The of Dan Carl Chi Milwaukee and Paul Notice to Water Works Con ROCK Juno Sealed for tlio construction of u system of water works in und for Bock wilt bo roooived by tliu common council afc it rooms until 2 oclock of the 20th duy of at which hour thoy will publicly open and rend tit a mooting ot the common council held for that The work to be let comprises as follows The oars at Hook Valley of approximately 8888 feet of 8 U inch und inch cast iron water with necessary special The furnishing cars ot tour lire hy drants and H and 10 inch valves with valve The laying of the above pipe and setting of hydrants and A water tank consisting of H 20 by 31 feet wood tank set nn u 12 foot A brick pump A utoum pumpiUB plant consisting of a imllon dailies pump and one steel boiler boiler48iuoue by llluet with fittinguudcon A brick Bids will be received for tho entire work com plete or SHpurate bids for liny one or more the seven as above divided j and the right is reserved to accept euch single bids or combr nntion ot bids as may be for tho bast intorustt city or to reject any or all A certined check made payable uncondition ally to the order of the City Treasurer of Knob wuet accompany aitoli bid aiioli check to bo in amount rquul to for uiich portion bid upon or for u bid covering the whole 1ropowiln must bo made upon blacks furnished Cor that nod any not m accordance with UUH notice will be M informal and With ample facilities for the transaction of a general banking bup we invite correspondence or interviews with a view to business Special attention given to Interest allowed on time Business accounts received on the most liberal terms con sistent with conservative Loans made on real chattels j and good collateral Agents for the best lines of insurance and Ocean Steamship Taxes paid and abstracts Organized Paidup Poardi ot pi GRANT bo Ilnm und specifications are on file and cm be Been nt tlie omoo of the Unyor at Bopl rnnd all bids is Coal HOMES WILSON HARD AND SOFT Parrel aqd Hock Sail Our Soft Coal embraces all from ir est Iowa Correct weights and 9ourteons 3 BOOKS will be Quick sales Bmall5 piofltB r t   

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