The Algona Republican from Algona, Iowa on February 10, 1892 · Page 5
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Prices on A Letter from H. 8, Vaughn. Cot -°" ^b. 1,1892, rt "« tice with plcasure itt H ^PUBLICAN of Janu< 6 account of the reviv al goto* on i« the Baptist c iiuich, as communicated by Rev. W. w>, ard< J read the «"»n«,,,ic* I m ° Ve interest becau *« of a given in t l,e Wednesday * r ° ne F T Onderwear flr TlttgJ Dollars Reward ...... that c&dnot b$ ...«'s Catarrh Cure. —.... „, Co., Props., Toledo, O. undersigned, have known Mr. ey for the last 15 years, and be- V™ P crf ectly honorable In all bus- Mfttisactiotia and nnnncially able to °«t any obligation made by their SKIRTS, GOWNS, Rob M * or, the Bev. ieviv,l T ^ " P ° n the Bub J«* of "wvalsonlyaweekortwoaRo. 1 lie Bev. Dorward seems to attribute the success of the meetings to what here is in the Evangelist Palmer? or his manners, methods and faith I CORSETS AND CORSET WAISTS: Case's Corset Waist, $1. Mson's Corset Waist, 75cts. Ball's Corset, 75cts. re. I wi ll not attempt to g we .the language and only imperfectly the thread of the discourse He said that when lie first entered the > minis try, he the,, afl novr had t fa Mi , but he had not had experience. That he had noted with sorrow the n ^L, m l"^ a bl ' igllt yonn « PWt™ n tiymg to bring about a revival in o?d , U ' C ' / Vlie " WS Pe ° ple were a» cold, but Ins great desire was to see souls converted, and to have in his church what might he termed a sweep! al. To bring this about he a neighboring city in the state ol Illinois, where the Evangelist llar- rib-on was carrying on revival meetings. lie studied his methods as best he could but without satisfaction to himself and came away after a week or more of investigation more bewildered than ever. No tickets OD the Tables received after larch 1st, JAS. TAYLOR, Soli', hy driw«!sts or sent hv 'c. U I 1 , liuzuitine, "'arren. - - 1V^ LEAVING AND ARRIVING TIME OF TRAINS. Train leaves Emmetsuurg as follows : OOIXff JfOllTH. 4 :'_'.") j) in Jfo. ei pnssenp;er.. No. c:i passenger '.'. No. (15 fvcljjlit No. «fi freight '.'. on:M} SOUTH. 1 No. CO pussenyer o. w • '•> :00 p in • s :;!5am iNo. Gi freight 5 :li5 p in , No.healthy-person need fear dangerous consequences from an attack of la grippe if properly treated. It is much the same as a severe cold and requires precisely the same treatment. Remain -quietly at home and take Chamberlain's .Cough'Remedy as directed for a severe I cold and a prompt and complete recovery : is sure to follow. This remedy also counteracts any tendency of la grippe to result in pneumonia. Among the many thousands who have used it during the epidemics of the past two years we have yet to learn of a single case that;has not recovered or that has resulted in pneu monia. 25 and 50 cent bottles for sale by Dr. L. A. Sheetz. PUBLIC SALI3. The undersigned will sell at public auction at his place one-half mile east TOU ^ miles soutb of Burt °» Thursday •ceo, 11,1892 commencing at 10:80 a. m the following property to wit. Fonr head of horses. One four year old brood pare, two work horses, one horse colt *momii?#lyr. old. Eighteen head of cattle. len milch cows, eight calves coming one rear old. Miscellaneous articles: One f»ay rake, one J. I Case Sulky Plow, one WOWing machine, one pair bob sleds, one JWlgw, wagon and harness etc etc. Will Wsosell household goods. Terms of Bale: Bums under $10 cash over $10 ten onths time at 8 per cent with approved CUrity. O.per cent off for cash. BYRON HODGSON. D. A. HAGGARD, Ajjct. You may cough and cough and cough «4 cougb and cough but you will not, tfyoutafce De Witt's Cough and Con- Sumption Pure, Dr. L. A. Sheetz. Cure Yourself. Don't p;/y Im-ge doctors' bills. The best medical book published, 100 pages, elo gant colored plates, will be sent to you on receipt of tluvo 2 cent, stamps to pay ostage Address A. P. Ordway, & Co oston, Mass. '' Tho Commandsr—.(n—Chluf of the Grand Army of t.Ue Republic, Maior George S.Merrill. Few remedies are better kown ,n this vicinity than Sulphur Bitters; their salo h:ts becu very Koueral throughout this section, nnd t ^ n- umbear of icbable and \vell-attt-sted ca«>8 of be nehcial results and reooverv oy their use is large and beyond dispute 26 pounds of sugar for $.t at PATTEHSON Buos. an explanation, and the secret of h » "«««», but with the same reaulta. He then went to bear Moody and to earn it possible tbe,secret of bis sue' cess and gain the desires of his heart but with little success. Shortly he met a lueiid, I understood the friend to be < iayman upon the platform of the depot while waiting for a train, and from him lie got the explanation of the secret ot success in revival meetings he key to the situation as it were. He then proceeded to explain how Harrison and others, Harrison especially brought about sweeping revivals. J> He said you could never get Harrison mto a cold and indifferent church to commence revival meetings. He onlv commenced after an agreement with that church, and after they l iad been praying for the results and bad become fully aroused to the importance and necessity for a revival and then he never came upon the day first named by him for ],j s aiT ival, but kept the church praying, encouraged by the announcement that the revival where be was was so wonderful that he could not be spared, but bad ifot to ?0 on another week, but that be would be there at that time sure . B y this.time the conditions were ready and the revival meeting were ready to commence and everybody said, "Harrison js a wonderful man, the right hand of <*od in bringing about this sweeping revival," when i H truth and in fact it ac- icuo, U. WALDIJW, KtNNAN «W n ir 8 ? Dru ££ ist ' Toledo, O. nJi« 8 .. Cat arrh Cure is taken internally, acting directly upon the blood and rnuc- nprWn ace VL the fi . vstem - Price ?5c. per botf]fe - _8old hy all Drug-gists. Corn per can, lOc. Tomatoes, ppr can, lOc. Apricots, per pound, 6c. Starch, per package, Cc. Soda, per package, Oc. Yeast, any kind of package, 3c. No. 1 Clothes Pins, per dozen, lc. These prices are made by PATTBMSON Bitos. What measure are you taking to atop thatcought? Let us suggest De Witt's Cough and Consumption Cure. It is infallible. Dr. L. A. Sheetz. Girl wanted to do work in Steam Laun- Mns. N. E. NomvooB If you want the best Baling Press in the world,write Collins Plow Co.,Quincy, Illinois, for catalogue and prices. 18 18 ' Ignorance of the merits of De Witt's Little Early Risers isamisfortune. These little pills regulate the liver, cure headache, dyspepsia, bad breath, constipation and biliousness. Dr. L. A. Sheetz. Come anrl see how cheap you can get a horse blanket at. F. S. SToooii's.' Arriving every day. at ac New Dress Goods, New Dress Gingham.,. New Dress Trimmings. IS, CLOTHING: "™"~~^ . Langdon s. leas ~ an(1 Slough is giving bargains in women's lined shoes. Good city property for sale or rent in ' ___... D " A " HAGGARD. Patterson Bros, have an endless variety of Crackers, fresh anil just arrived from the oven. Sanitarium crackers at LANGDON & HUDSON. Fur robes cheaper than going without at _F. S. STOuoii'a. 10 dozen Boy's Odd Pants, at 25e,, 35c. and 5 doz, DONGOLA KID at $2.50 worth $3.00. LOST. On Jan. 19th on the road east of Burt, a grey fur robe lined with dark red plush! The finder will confer a great favor by leaving it at the Burt creamery. L. L. SALISBURY. Ask Drnggtet for i rae bottle Dr. Miles' Nervine. Canada maple syrup—something fine at LANGDON & HUDSON. See the biggest- at Jot of harness in town 1 ? . S. STOUOH'S. The Minneapolis Panning Mill will remove cockel, buckwheat, mustard and all foul seeds from grain. Call at A. M. & G. M. Johnsons and see what they will do. VicU's l-'ioi-al (inidc. True and tried friends tire always welcome, _ consequently "Vick's Floral truido" is sure of a warm reception, especially when dressed as daintily aa this year. The-'Nellie Lewis" Carnation on the front of cover, and "Brilliant Poppies on the back, are unusually attractive, and the numerous colored plates of flowers and vegetables are certainly works of art and merit. The first twenty- four pages, printed in violet ink, describe Novclnes and Specialties. Send ten cents to James Vick's Sons. Rochester «. 1., and procure a copy of this attractive and useful catalogue. It costs nothing, as the ten tents can be deducted irom the hrst order. -------- •"•• "ui/ Jl/ VVilS UC- cording to the faith of the church that had been aroused for the great work uiat was to be accomplished. He claimed that God only will produce a revival wben the church is ready for it bis SULPHUR BITTERS THE BEST AND PUREST MEDICINE EVER MADE. Don't be without a bottle. You will not regret it. Try it to-day. What makes you tremble so? Youn NBBVES are all unstrung, and I NEED a gentle, soothing TONIC to assist nature to '- " - ' 1_ 1 _1_ ' _ _ He said that Harrison had never not caught to his knowledge but once in attempting to bold a revival when the conditions above mentioned were not present and that then lie took sick immediately and left the town. He also spoke of the large salary that the churches bad to pay Rev.Harrison, that this works as an important factor. That bis prices were so high that the church felt that the revival must run at fever heat in order that in a financial point of view they would get the worth ot their money and consequently better results followed. It is a great privilege to be able to listen regularly to so able and eloquent a man as the Rev. McTntyre from week to week. He is certainly one of a half dozen now in the lead of the pulpit orators and great theologians, Bespectfully, ^ S. VAUGHN, "0! how I dread to see my hair turning gray." is a remark made by so many ladies. If they only knew that 75 cents invested in one bottle of Beggs 1 Hair Renewer would not only check it at once but give it a luxurious and glossy appearance, we know that they would not hesitate to buy. We guarantee every bottle Sold by F. W. Dingley. FAST TKAIN TO CHICAGO -VIA-- Thc IJurUngton, Cedar RapWs an«l Northern Railway. The attention of the traveling public is called to the fast Chicago train running from Watertown and Sioux Falls, South Dakota, and all northwestern Iowa points via the Burlington. Cedaf Rapids and Northern and Chicago, Rock Island and Pacific Railways, leaving Watertown dailo, except Sundays, at 9 a.m. Pine, stone at 12:27 p.m., LuVerno at 1-2SIn m., Sioux Falls daily, at 13:30 p m Rook Rapids at 1:88 p/ m . f Sibley at 242 bpint Lake at 8:55 p. m at 4:50 p. m . t ~ P> m " _ _ Catarrh is not a local but t onaj disease, and requires > a constitu and & HUDSON. Ast|iitt» cured by Dr. MUe 9 ' iNaw Heart Owe, 18 NOT A CHEAP RUM OR WHISKY PRINK to be taken by the glass like preparations which stimulate only to P59TROY* If you have FAIISD *° lf^ 9 *5 y teweflfc lron» other ™^ tones or doctor*, da Rot dwpaf- flpfyhw BUteri InunedUtei and Slarrlage tt a« pa? B 8Jr S4wln Arnold, who lias been eujoyi ue . an teresttag trip through the U ui te4 «£ £ made a weful study ol tbe Motion's wbSh Kovwn the uauly in Japan aud embodiesht Weas la a paper called "Uve ana J»PW" h» $l» e February number ot ^litan. The article is Illustrated ™y t est possible Japanese sketches nJv down tta •M*BM« across tUe bottpm ol eSJ J2? 4u exceUenf photograpa q j w . D* Powells serves $9 a froutisjjiece and bis work p. m., Sp Estherville „. ,.„„ burg at5:3o p. m., Forest City at 5-15 m. Garner at 5:57 p. m ., Belmond at 6:47 p. m., Iowa Palls at 8:25 p. m.; con- nectmg at West Liberty with the through limited express on the Chicago, Rolk Island and Pacific railway, arriving in Chicago at 7:45 a. m., making by far tha best time at the most satisfactory hours of any line running between this territory ond Chicago. Pullman's latest improved buffet sleeping cars are running between Sioux Falls and Chicago on thfi tram. The return trip is made\t equally satisfactory time and hours. Reservations for berths m these sleepers can be made by letter or telegraph to any ticket agent of the company! y Ket J. E. HANNBGAN, , Qen. Tkt. «nd Pass. Agt., Cedar Rapids, Iowa. Aples, apples, apples, 65c per bushel at PATTERSON BEOS. It is an establish d fact that Do Witt's Little Early Risers hare au enormous saie aod why ? Simply because they areplesant ia taking and happy i e results. A pill for the multitude. Dr. L.'A. Sheetz THE WEGMAN PIANO co. AUBURN, NEW YORK. 2d-The best of workmanship in all their branches a in " de "* <mlsiae ' th °» Special price 6 to introduce these pianoa where we hive »o Good agen j , w^ted. Direct aUWesponde^ to MSTEB, Box 38, GWDDDN IOWA, Supt, of <M '?'^ -*«- ^ RiFLES EVERYWHERE Have Your Magazines Bound Bring Bring tl«w to the REPUBLICAN i

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