The Algona Republican from Algona, Iowa on May 29, 1895 · Page 3
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Algona, Iowa
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Wednesday, May 29, 1895
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If yoti ^ ati * a pl&ift or fancy Screen t)oof, with tlie best opening hinge in the market, ot a Window .Screen ffaffie to fit cany sized window, call at Norton's Lumber Yard- Stood? Btftkfei tp tils 8e*tao*fs All So*ta at Mfttetlftl. IN 3A DAYS I? Without change of cars, All meals served in dining cats. Palace drawing-room sleeping cars and tourist sleepers are run through § to San Francisco without change, with annex sleeping curs to Los Angeles, leaving Chicago daily via THE North - Western Line Variable rout tourist tickets, to California and the health and pleasure resorts ot the south, on sale at VERY LOW RATES. Detailed information can be obtained upon application to Agent. i ^CHICAGO & NORTH -WESTERN R'Y. GREAT VALUE WEEKLY NEWS OF THE WORLD FOR A TRIFLE. •i twenty-page journal, is the leading republican family paper of the United States. It is a National Family Paper, and Rives all the general news of the United States. It gives the events ot foreign lands in a nutshell. Its "Agricultural" department has no superior in the country. Its "Mrket Reports" are recognized authority. Separate departments for "The Family Circle," Our Young Folks and Science and Mechanics Its Home and Society columns command the admiration' of wives and daughters. Its general political news, editorial % and discussions are comprehensive, brilliant and exhaustive. A SPECIAL CONTRACT - ^ enables us to offer this splendid journal and THE REPUBLICAN tor ONE YEAR FOR ONLY $1.85, CASH IN ADVANCE. >• ' [The regular subscription for the two papers is $2.50.] Moody's method of sermon making is original, snys McClure's Magazine. In I reality his sermons ate never made— they are always still in tho making. Suppose the subject is "Paul. 1 HO takes a monstrous envelope, capable ot holding some hundreds of slips of paper, labels it "Paul," and slowly stocks it With original notes, cuttings from papers, extracts from books, illustrations, scraps of all kinds, neatly or remotely referring to the subject. After accumulating these, it may bo for years, ho Wades through tho mass, selects a number of tho most striking points, arranges them and finally makes n few jottings in a large hand, and these he carries with him to the platform. The process of looking through the whole envelope is repeated each time the sermon is preached. Partly on this account and partly ba- cause in delivery he forgets some points or disproportionately amplifies others, no two serinous are ever exactly the same. By this method also—a matter of much more importance—the delivery is always fresh to himself. Thus, to make this clearer, suppose that after a thorough sifting 100 eligible points remain in the envelope. Every time the F.ernion is preached these hundred are overhauled. Cut no singlo sermon, by a mere limitation of time, can contain, say, more than 70. Hence, though tho general scheme is tho same, there is always novelty in tho arrangbiuent, for the particular 70 vary with each time of delivery. No greater mistake could be mado than to imagine that Mr. Moody does not study for his sermons. On tho contrary, ho is always studying. When in the evangelistic field, tho batch of envelopes, bursting with fatness, appears the moment breakfast is over, and the stranger \vho enters at almost any time of day, except at tho hours of platform work, will find him with his litter of notes, either stuffing himself or his portfolios with new points ho has picked up through tho day. His search for these "points, "and especially for light upon texts, Bible ideas or characters is ceaseless. M. I 1 . HACK4.YI!rt. O. K. PKKK. HAGGARD & PEEK, RUSTIC WOODWORK. A lluStlc Summer House of Simple Construction—A Latrn Flowerpot. Where there is a degree of Wildness in the scenery and surroundings to make the presence of a rustic house in good taste, such a one as that suggested in the accompanying sketch may be made quite a pretty feature in the home laud- icape. It is simple enough in construe- A B ST R A GTS , REAL ESTATE ami COLLECT IONS ALGONA. IOV/A. A.D. CLARKE & CO. FARM LOANS. Otlloi- on Dinlue street. AIjZ<m:i. (own. GEO. C. CALL, RRA.L BUT ATE AXD A.BSTHACT For Information in regard to lands In Northwestern fowa. write to him, rhorlnsfton street. Algona. Iowa. GF.O. E. CLAUKK. CIIA?. A. (JOIIKNOUIl CLARKE & COHKNOUK, ATTORNEYS AT LAW, ALGOXA IOWA. THE DECLINE OF WAR. SUBSCRIPTIONS HAY 13EGIK AT ANY TIME. Ad " ress "" ALGONA .REPUBLICAN. Mirandy Hanks and Betsy Swan, Talked on, and on, and on, and on: ««nirandy, surely you're not through Your washing, and your scrubbing, too ?" •• Yes! firs. Swan, two hours ago, And everything's as white as snow; But then, you see, it's all because I use the SOAP called SANTA GLAUS." 5ANTA CLAU5 SOAP. son,*™!™™*. TH£ H.K.FAIRBAMK COMPANY, Chicago. INTER -is Most Popular Republican Newspaper of the West And Has the Largest Circulation. Pursuit of Property and Wealth the Mnln Cause Thereof. The warlike temperament of man has been one of his most prominent characteristics from the earliest times. To live to fight has been the chief aim of most primitive peoples and has been a leading occupation of all civilized ones. Armies have grown in size, weapons have multiplied in number and destruo- tiveness, battles have grown more and more deadly in action, while also becoming more merciful in their accompaniments, but still it is everywhere apparent that, in spite of these aids to carnage, the military spirit is on the decline. • . May we not look for the cause of tms in the enormously increased cost of warfare and its interference -with the pursuit of prosperity and wealth? When the internal losses to a people become greater than those they can gain through conquest and annexation, they will_ be very loath to outer into a great conflict. I am very far from saying that many other causes, such as ethics and a growing spirit of mercy, may not have contributed to this pacification of the nations, but is it not true that the cost of •war is tho chief preventive of war? If so, does it not illustrate the rule that the reactions set up by the vast technical improvement of methods of destruction have reacted on the primitive cause of the destruction—viz, the human will—and have lessened the cause by modifying the heart and brain of man?—Popular Science Monthly. Thackeray on John Paul Jones. "Traitor, if you will, was M. John Paul Joues, afterward knight of his most Christian majesty's Order of Merit, but a braver traitor never wore a sword." ' Such -were almost the last words traced by tho hand of Thackeray, and they show the astonishing misconception of Paul Jones which prevailed in the mind of one of the justest men that ever lived. Washington was a hero even to his enemies,'yet Washington had actually held a commission. in the British army, \vhile Paul Jones could say to the American congress at the close of the war;' -I have never borne arms under any but the American flag,, nor have I ever borne or acted under any ooinmis- 'sion but that of the congress of Amer* jqa," This singular distinction against Paul'Jones extended to the whole of the feeble naval force of the colonies. Soldiers were treated, from the beginning as prisoners of war, while until Paul Jones forced an exchange of prisoners upon equal terms American sailors were formally declared to be "traitow, pirates and felons,"—"Paul Jones," by Molly Elliot Seawell, in Century, UtrSTlC SUMMER HOUSE. tion to bs homemade, requiring but a light framework to support thereof and sides. Tho peaked roof is made of rough slabs of wood with the bnrk left on as one usually finds it at the mill. Theso slabs combine boarding and outer covering in ouo nud thus simplify the work of construction considerably. Under the eaves short round pieces of wood with their native dress onaro set side by side. Theso may bo half rounds if preferred. Tho corner posts and those forming the doorway speak for themselves, it being only necessary to bear in mind that the nearer they remain in their primitive state of rusticity the better for the artistic effect of tho little house they support. Around the sides bark covered posts are set close together, finished with crosspieces along their tops. The summer house may bo furnished with stationary seats about the sides or left as a room in which to sit in comfortable rooking chairs borrowed from the house. It will be found a very acceptable dining room on warm afternoons. American Gardening, authority for the foregoing, also illustrates an ornamental flowerpot for the lawn and made from purely home resources. An old wooden pail forms the foundation, and this is closely covered all about with the halves of inch and quarter or inch and a half sticks split, with the bark on. Tho tops of these should project a lit- GEO. R CLOUD, (Successor to W. I). Quurton) Attorney and Oounselor at Law, ALGONA, IOWA. over Kossuth County Stnlo Hunk. For the convenience of subscribers whose place of doing business is in some other town in the county thtui Algnnu. an arrangement has been umtle by the publisher whereby payments on subscription to the paper may bo made at any one of the following named banks: BANCROFT—Farmers' and Traders' Suvitijts Dank. BURT—The Hurt Bank. WHITTEMORE — Wliittemore State Bank. WESLEY—Wesley State Bank. LEDYARD—State Bank of Ledyard. GERMANIA—State Bank of Genmtniii SWEA CITY—Swea City Batik. ELMORE—Ehnore Exchange Bank. Subscribers paying for the year in advance can avail themselves of our lowest diilibirig rates, given herewith. This arrangement is made with a view to accommodating any who may lind it more convenient to pay their subscription at their home bank. All business coming through these banks will be {riven prompt attention. YOU CAN SULLIVAN & MoMAHON, ATTORNEYS- AT- LA W. I'ostnnice UlocK. ALGONA, IO\YA B.V.S WETTING. A TTORNEY A T LA W, Money to 1'iun. Algona. IUWH .T. I,. 11OJTAR. II. II. FELLOWS. BONAR & FELLOWS, ATTORNEYS AT LAW Collections will receive prompt attention. Rooms S and 0. Aljronu Stale Bunk lil'tlgr. Driinch office nt „, „ ,„ »/,»„„ Wesley. Iowa. ALQONA, IOWA- By availing yourself of the low rates quoted 11) this CLUBBING DANSON & BUTLER. LAW, LOANS AND LAND, Collections a Specialty. Office In Gardner Cowlt'.s new Iowa. S. S. SESSIONS. ATTORNEY AT LAW, Hint Insurance. Special attention given to collections of all kinds. Otllee over uhrlsohilles' store. Algona, Iowa. L. K. GARFIELD, M. D.. PHYSICIAN AND SURGEON. OttUe on State street, Al^ona. lowi,. '•'Kir* A RUSTIC LAWN POT. tie way above the top of the pail and should bo pointed as shown. The support for this rustic flowerpot is a tripod made of three branching roots from an old pine stump, securely screwed together when they meet and securely screwed each to the bottom of tho pail. M.J. KENEF1CK, M. D. over Taylor's store. J. M. PRIDE, M. D. Office over Goeder's Clotnmg Store. Algona, • Iowa DE. L. A. SHEETZ, DRUGGIST AND STATIONER, Prescriptions filled. Deals ID paints. 04iit, books, perfumeries, etc. Oor. State and Tliorlngton sts. Algona.Iowa. C. B. PAUL, M. D., WHITTEMORE - - - IOWA, Kegular Office hours 8 to 12 a, m., 2 to G p. in. Over AViclilev's Furniture store. Residence north of traou. X and Inter Ocean 81.85 •' State Resistor 1.85 " N. Y. Tribune 1.85 " DubuqueTimes, (a semi-weekly 2.10 •' Pioneer Press 2.25 " Chicago Times 2.30 •' New York World.. 2.30 " New York Sun.... 2.30 " Homestead 2.40 " Orange Judd Farmer..' 2.25 " Harper's Weekly.. 4.75 " Hurper'sUazar— 4.75 " Harper's Magazine 4.60 " Cosmopolitan 2.85 •• Mc'Cluros Magaz'n 2.CO " N. Y. Independent 4.00 •' Chfiutauqunn 2.CO ' ; Review of Reviews 3.00 •• Docorah Posten... 2.50 - The Midland 2.50 " 4.10 " Century 5.10 " St. Nicholas 4.10 •' Seribners :... 4.iO •' Youth's Companion 3.30 '• Harper's l T ouug People 3.10 " Week's Current.... 2.65 New Hardy Kose Belle Siebreclit...' \. Pronounced by authorities as the best ever introduced. ........ READY FOR SALE. Reliable Agents may apply with References to SIEBEEOHT & WADLEY, ITew York Oity. MOHARGH OF NEWSPAPERS (withowt Sunday), (with .,$6,00 per year ,,^8,09 per The Weekly Inter Ocean | TERMS BY MAIL A ! AS A FAMILY PAPER 18 NOT EXCELLED BY ANY, Cutting, ^ vr only is diamond cutting not » specially high paid occupation, but it is one involving a roost humiliating system of espionage to the worker, Each nW ia held strictly to acwintfor * be stones, he receives on going to -work in the Corning, and the "count has to be parefwlly token when the unfinished work is turned in at night to be looked up i» a safe against the return of. the workmen the next 4sy. The possibilities of theft are great, though a dishonest that a» attempt to dis- an. jm,fi,uis.hed itoee. wouJ4 bring hinj wherever the Kerosene Emulsion. Kerosene emulsions may be made by various emulsifying agents, but the most satisfactory substances and those most available to the average farmer and fruitgrower are milk and soapsuds. In each of these oases the amount of emulsifying a^ent should be one-half the quantity of kerosene. Following is a formula approved by tho department of agriculture: Kerosene .... ........... 2 gallons (67 per cent) ^oTp^r^^POuncl (38 per cent) Water.... ............... 1 gallon) Heat tho solution of soap and add it boiling hot to the kerosene. Churn the mixture by means of a force pump and spray nozale for five or ten minutes. The emulsion, if perfect, forms a cream which thickens upon cooling and should adhere without oiliness to the surface of glass. If the water from the soil is hard or has a large percentage of lime, add n little lye or bicarbonate of soda, or else use rainwater, For use against pgale insects dilute one part of theemul' sion .with nine parts of cold water. For most other insects dilute one part of the emulsion with 15 parts of water, For soft insects like plant lice the dilution may be carried to from. 30 to 35 parts of water. The mills emulsion is produced by the same methods as the above. oc DENTIST » A. L. BIST, D. D. S Local anaesthetic for deadening pain gums when extracting teeth. In E. S. GLAS1ER, D. D. S. DENTAL ROOMS Over the Algona State Bank. SPECIAL ATTENTION GIVEN TO SAVINO THE NATURAL TEETH. The best of modern anaesthetics used to make all operations as painless as pos- sjble. : LDally, Sunday and weekly,! Established for nearly a quarter of a century THE JOURNAL needs no special introduction at tbis time. THE LATEST NEWS ABLE EDITORIALS SCIENTIFIC MISCELJUANY CHARMING STORIES FARM AND STOCK DEPARTMENT RELIABLE MARKET REPORTS Always found in the columns JOURNAL, of E. E. SAYEBS, D. V, M,, jPHYSICIAN AND SURGMON, jar-Office west of the Thorlngton House, Slgonajowa, gOSFITAL Accommodations, e dwarf wagnojias are not fts com- jh cultivation as they deserve tQ be, the large tree kind being the most popt ijlar, Thomas Meehan says that there are fgw strong shrubs more desirable than the purple flowered magnolia, The leaves are large ancj glossy and the deep, rosy purple color, par* howy, There are several. va» rader cultivation, but sp nearly fc fi»B torn Js »ea?Jy w «wo as? for general wwwwrtw F. L, SLAG-LE, Manufacturer of ami dealer In Harness anfl Harness Goods, AW5QJSA, JOWA, The Foremost Paper of the West," \ t There is no luxury more enjoyable ' than ii good newspa/pev, and THE JQUB» ,• NAL claims to head the procession, "A" ' trial will convince you. Send us yowr ' order now, ' • '' * u T1SR3IS OF SUBSCRIPTION i Daily and Sunday issues, $10 per yean duily without Sunday, $8 per year; \b9,, weekly edition, issued in two pavts, 4- pages Tuesday and 8 pages F«clay, $k per year, • , '" Paijy Times published every ing except Sunday, $5,00 per year, Actress, PQB99 JMrtBtB SfeQftt 7OW IT m A TWEUYE-FA©! PAPER. •"- ' £yiiiiSIII&%l A ilf&PHSW MONEYl On Estate- BBUNSQW, S3SHO TW F r«rtf>l VEIL BORING AND DRILLING, BQ p§y. Gall oa QT GALLION BRQ8» ', AVS . i& , ~ > . v >' •> ^f|^fe% s '*'V 'V '' rv-?€»W

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