The Algona Republican from Algona, Iowa on January 29, 1896 · Page 1
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The Algona Republican from Algona, Iowa · Page 1

Algona, Iowa
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Wednesday, January 29, 1896
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v ' 'VX;t"^^':^':'- 5 '-'V- 11 v ""?4**'*H "*-.7; .'-'•. ...... „ . j^j. >-.<,< EOSStfTH dOtJKTY, 10%, W£t)tf]5St>AY, JAHtUttY 29, 1896. Knives ! AD compafiyvyesterday— one :j knife short— plate worn off-- < felt ashamed — and the best < table knives only $2.95 a dozen —makers' prices, We bought a lot of 'em— want the money nwre than the knives— 'Nough said. , Dingley & Pugh, . Up-To-Date Jewelers, ..." )-• l r> s > ' THE SOLOETOOK A JUIET And Sa the Story of Their Manufacturing is Brief This Week* Remarkable Record of Moses is Was N6 Extra Sessiofi With Him Tdpies of Interest At D<u§ Moines, '» v •" •' - •• " •-, , l - i •", '•-'< ^iWe've What we Advertise;/just as represented.^- BBS MOINES,' Iowa, Jan, 2t,—After, the lapse of another week, the members of the twenty-sixth general asfsettK bly realize mdte fully the importance, and magnitude of the work befdW them. There are countless predictions but it ia a matter of time until we learo the efficacy of the plans adopted for handling the co,de. , The senate cotn- r mittee of fifteen, and five committees of seven each .from the house, have been partiall^ assigned their work by other committees who divided the code into parts and,titles. Things look like smooth sailing, but there may be unseen snags ahead which will delay pro-* g^e'ss. When affairs become compjica* ted and-the work heavy, there will be' temptations to provide for an extra ses- iion,.especially as this provision is also, a provision for an added salary. body, is hoping that promptness 1 and! dispatch will characterize the session's work. , f One newspaper has aptly called attention of the legislators to the fact that Moqes made a code ofjaws .which served for governing a million people, and he did not use 1,600 pages to record^ it. / Opposition to junketing committees, w^s over-ruled-and on Wednesday ap adjournment made for five days. These, biennial inspection visits are held by sOme to be merely a matter ot form' and largely a waste of time. Nearly all members not on these committee^ spent the vacation at their several hpines.' "^ ";•'/ ; >' •" l - T ',• Title announcement of Speaker Byers'* SOtffH tJAkeTA FOR ALL1S5N, ..Elk Poiat (S,D.) CotiHett Within the last few days the sentiment in Sfiuth Dakota has manifested itself as <Reing decidedly in favor of Allison as |he republican, nominee for president. The move to sidetrack this feeling, if ,tbere was any, has so entirely disappeared that even Senator Pettigrew is reported as having leanings Allison* "wards. Such men as Judge E. G. Smith, of Yanktonj A.B, Kittfidge, of Sioux Falls; L. B. French, of Yankton; Editor Shannon, of Huron? Judge 0. G. Bennett, of Deadwood', Editor Stan* ley, of Hot springs, and a host of 'others, ate pronounced Allison men. 'The Courier is a great .admirer of Sen* ,atoi' Allison, and rejoices over the growth of the feeling in South Dakota, 'and feels certain that the state convention to select delegates will be practic* 'ally unanimous on the subject. Senator Pettigrew is desirous of being one -Of the delegates and we see no reason Why there should be any objection, providing he is favorable to Allison. There are many reasons why South Dakota should favor Allison tor president, and not the least is in payment of many acts in which he kindly assisted in gaining statehood for South Dakota. Individually he is a man of strong intellectual powers and thoroughly identified with western interests. He is conservative, sound and sensible, and does not possess that abundance of whoop-doodle statesman- Ship requiring everything which is radical and new in its make-up. But better than these are the local interests of South Dakota. He is thoroughly acquainted with the personal needs of t the state in th« matter of irrigation, river appropriation, Indian affairs and .United States courts. Besides these, the, personal acquaintance of hundreds of South Dakotans enable the .presentment of .our 1 needs in a more For the Next 30 Days WE WILL GIVE A DISCOUNT OF 10 PER CENT ON ALL OUE IMMENSE LINE OF CROCKERY, GLASSWARE, LAMPS, CHAMBER SETS, WATER SETS, ETC. in need of anything in the above line, call at once and take advantafie of this great reduction. TIUDE -WITH us AND CUST SOME NICE FREE. WyW/i^y , Ife^ ' In the BOSTON BLOCK, is' the ?lacd to' J)ii£ your ,' SHOES : —, >; '/ Algona; Iowa, NORTON, |0;-hayeafew STORM SASH, left and"this>is a good . { i,itime"tp put them 1 on; ^r,et my prices ^utoon^will sure- > .. •] --^X4PS;;NORTON, s^ both bpuses. One provides ' J*$ T T^^Ji fft, ( - ~ IT" "• .3-r^ — •£• ~Tf-r ftlTJ ^J !• V "^'T 1 f (TTf *T T , taaoney eas|;to get> ! macMtte-i vj^awar?' coun'ty ( |, tp't tl\e' '' »W mn J^^'ftt yK$>$m^wt$- ami *trrvn arir»nTrl ^Via/irl* i»/iWo-if»a- t -rrr\iii*vr\ t n'rr and thorough 'manner. An eastern man, not personally acquainted with the state, never having seen it, .and having only met occasionally a <Dakotan who was sent to Washington 4n a political capacity, is unable, we Relieve, to do ns the justice we deserve •and want. The advantage of the personal knowledge of our needs possessed -by-AllIson is sufficient to make every •Pfikotan a rip-roaring Allison man jtrom stem to gudgeon. PATTERSON & SON, Our New Goods are Here And we are Showing the Most Complete Stock of .amoun him) 1 /Mrt', «Byf(fs' selected his -committees without partiality and with a view to the -beat interests of legislation. 1 In the opinion of some, the' selection. of only three democrats for the important work of code-revision seems a ,lit- >tle unfair. Porter of Appanoose, Mer- f rill of Clinton, and Manahan of Plymouth are the three. , , Ttie Jre-election of Senator Allison was without demonstration! .After the announcement of his election, 'Senator Byers'paid him_a tribute in a short speech. Though' a part of 'the votes , were cast for Judge W."' I. Babb, t the spirit of the elecjtion seemed to be the general acknowledgement of the merits of 'Mr .'Allison.' and the fitness of his re-election, • , ' ',. \ < . 'Petitions and bills of Vaiyjng impor- t^nce'ponred into the^enate until ,ad',, Th;e passage of- ( u r^solu- hqu^'e practically prohibited the intypducSfpn^of l?iUs'fuii,tU after t ' •'' - carefully;,J,et'it settle^- strain Al. -boil it down one half; 1 skim it and,.add' a pint of soap suds, then throw it away and buy a pound < of candles". When you .light a lamp you want twolar terns to find the lamp with. There is no more danger of its exploding than there is of the Mississippi river. Great is Kockfeller and water is'his "profit." '• STRENGTH OP PROTECTION. Cedar Eapids Republican: Protection never had as strppg a bold on the public as it has today. This generation has learned its lesson. The cheap laborof the Orient seeks to place ,its product in competition with the American wage earner.- All this is known, and the people ar,e not going to again be misled by theorists or demagogues into voting against their own interests and against the interests of their -common ANTl-MONOPOLY ^ dttTriburier Bockfeller's "Standard Oil"-that he sends to Iowa, has to ,m sent back to be "regreased.". There ., A, THING TO PUSH[, Wesley Bepprter:, The Reporter sees no goodrfeason why a public ', library cpuld^jjpt be started ana maintained in Wes|ey, 'The beginning tP be s,«re,' rnightj pe small, but it,would keep pace with \the' rapid "development of our town.f It is'sometbing which, the Jad- ies shpuld, interest themselves in,' Ai' gona ai$ Garner are admirable exam- plea oj'^Jjati'can be done, > ' ' '• , Deo. 26, ? 84i—DB, T, Ia.^\ Deajp ^jp; FURNITURE .<•':,« Ever brought to, Alprona. The latest styles. The lowest prices. We sell the Gold Medal and Superior Carpet Sweepers, which are the best Bissel's carpet sweepers made. ',, . ff&im ANJ)> SESL US— ^5j$3^Xj3£«;r**W*-'. «'• f- •* tA Pine Slabs For Kindling, <Al-L, THE MAGAZINES JN ONE, OF

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