The Algona Republican from Algona, Iowa on April 1, 1896 · Page 1
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The Algona Republican from Algona, Iowa · Page 1

Algona, Iowa
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Wednesday, April 1, 1896
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VOL XXV. ALGONA, KOSStTTH COUNTY, IOWA, WEDNESDAY. APRIL 1, 1896. NO. 27. Jno Opening DISPLAY of marvelous^ 0 '-^ prising all that if^Sg^W Summer Goods. V^ v r Dry Goods, Carpets, Capes, Mattings, Clothing, Furnishings, Hats and Caps. \ THIS DEPARTMENT WE HAVE ENLARGED < AND WE , ARE PROUD OF IT, AS WH HAVE THE MOST COMPLETE STOCK OF SHOES IN THE CITY. You should Do You Want a Pickle ? M. Z. Grove & Son have a nice line.. • You can get just what you want opposite the Postoffice. -Telephone 19, "Not How Cheap, but How Good" Is the Principle Applied to OUT WHITE PEAK FLOUR, DIAMOND BRAND COFFEE. BATAVIA PRESERVED FRUITS. LION AND GOLDEN CANNED G PURE BUCKWHEAT FWUR AND VERMONT MAPLE SYRUP. above Goods we jjT ON and gmmnteed to give satisfaction or money refunct$d> PATTERSON & SON, THE STORY OF LIFE. OW, upon the first day of the week very early in the morning, came Mary Magdalene, and Mary the mother of James and Salome, to see the sep- tilcher, bringing spices which they had prepared. And they said among themselves, Who shall roll us away the stone from the door of the sepulcher ? And when they looked they saw that the stone was rolled away, for there was a great earth-quake, and the angel of the Lord descended from heaven, and came and rolled back the stone from the door, and sat upon it. His countenance was like lightning and his raiment white as snow. And they entered in and found not the body of the Lord Jesus. And it came to pass as they were, much perplexed thereabout, behold two me >i stood by them in shining garments. And as they were afraid and bowed their faces to the earth, they said unto them: Be not affrighted; ye seek Jesus of Nazareth which was crucified. Why seek ye the living among the dead? He is not here. He is risen as he said. Come see the place where the Lord lay. Remember how lie spake unto you when he .was yet in Grallilee, saying: The Son of man must be delivered into the hands of sinful men and be crucified, and the third day rise again. And they remembered his words, and returned from the sepulcher and told all these things unto the eleven and to all the .rest. And their words seemed to them as idle tales and they believed thenfriot. Peter therefore went forth and that other disciple and came to the sepulcher. So they,both n<n together, and the other disciple did outrun Peter and came flrst^t&jthe sepulcher. And he stooping down and looking in saw the linen clothes lying. Yet went he not in. Then cometh Peter following him and went into the sepulcher and seeth the linen clothes lie and the napkin that was about his head, not lying with the linen clothes, but wrapped together in a place by itself. Then went in also that other disciple which came first to the sepulcher, and he saw and believed. Then the disciples went away again to their own home. Now when Jesus was risen, early the first day of the week he appeared first to Mary Magdalene out of whom he had cast seven devils. After that he appeared in another form unto two of them as they walked and went into the country. Afterward he appeared unto the eleven as they sat at meat, and after these things Jesus showed himself again to the disciples at the Sea of Tiberias. So then, after the Lord had spoken to them, He was received up into heaven, and sat at the right hand of God. And a cloud received him out of their sight. And while they looked steadfastly toward heaven, behold, two men stood before them in white apparel,Which also said: "Ye men of Gallilee, why stand ye gazing up into heaven? This same Jesus, which is taken up from you into heaven, shall so come in like manner, as ye have seen him go into heaven. SENATOR HEALY WILL WIN, The Railroad Laws Will Not be Changed as Recommended by the Code Commissioners. Early Adjournment • Probable—Judicial ".; .District and,C6urt Bills Up—Battleship i ' Iowa is Silvertdfd'er with the Pale Cast of $5,000. . DBS MOINJSS, Iowa, March 30.—The event of the week past has been the attacks on the code, as revised by the commissioners, led by Senator Healy of Webster. Mr. Healy is with only one exception the youngest man in the senate; he has however made a mark as a good lawyer and an able legislator. He has examined the code carefully,.especially the parts relating to corporations; and what he has learned of the changes made in the revision, has convinced him, in substance, that there has been a deliberate plot to change the corporation laws so that the railroads especially, and other corporations as well, may be given practical exemptions from the strict regulations imposed on them by present laws. In the railroad sections especially he charges that the provisions have been so emasculated that the laws as revised would be practically worthless; yet so artfully has it been done that no importance would be attached to the changes unless very carefully scrutinized. The sensation started with a 4-column interview with the senator, printed in the Des Moines Leader, and making these charges, with severe reflections on the integrity of the code commission. The commissioners hastened to reply. Messrs. Dale and Winslow straightway appeared before the house code revision committee and explained the matter, claiming they had been misrepresented by Senator Healy, Senator liealy returned to the attack, and insisted that be was right. He has at least convinced the lawyers of the legislature that there is strong ground for suspicion of the new code, and that the safe thing is to pass the old railroad Jaws without change, It can reasonably be accepted that the senate, which has been a good deal abused for their slow work on code revision, will at least stand between the people of Iowa and a sadly imperfect and dangerous code of laws. Whether right or wrong there are considerable strong men in the senate belonging to both political parties, who will not hoist a lot of imperfect laws on the people just to avoid an extra session. Every day it looks more and more as if tbe only way out of difficulty would be an extra, session- There is every reason to believe that both, nouses will adept a resolution now pending in the senate to fix the 4ate of at April 9fcb. The development of tb,e serious. suspicious of $he integrity of t&e revised co4e, especially in relajioij to railroads, assures us that in all probability no change will be made in these parts. Petitions are pouring in on the assembly from all points of the state asking that these laws be left as they now stand rather than do an in justice to the state at large. Manafacture is still as much a riddle today Jag theiday the legislature/|g£.ejip- •ble^,;pUt/?feli!Bre(as f no> 'ddiibf:^w|ifrfe\;e that tomorrow Or soori thereafter the momentous question will be solved, as it is a special orderfor Tuesday of this week in the senate. It is given out flat by a prohibition leader of the senate that there are twenty-seven votes in that body against the measure, while on the other hand a representative of a river city says there are twenty-seven positively favoring manufacture, provided some don't go back. Each side claims to have private pledges from several to vote in accordance with its views, but those who hold the poles on either side will not show the lists they have for fear they may lose some votes by so doing. When the legislature was first petitioned for an appropriation to purchase a silver service for the battleship, a bill was introduced asking for ten thousand dollars, six thousand dollars to be applied in purchasing the service and four thousand to pay the expense of a representative party. The members of the legislature were opposed to voting money for junketing trips outside their own ranks, so this feature of the bill was eliminated, and the silver service appropriation cut down to five thousand dollars. The service which is to be Iowa's gift to the battleship is a table set of solid silver for six persons. The most conspicuous piece of the set is the big punch bowl of six and one-half gallons, a flattering tribute, it has been suggested, to the capacity of the American naval officer in disposing of the hot and cheering beverage it is expected to contain. Mitchell's travelling library bill passed the senate this week. The house have established a uniform fire insurance policy for Iowa, which will doubtless be concurred in by the senate. JESSIE LEE WILCOX, I was nervous, tired, Irritable and cross. Karl's Clover Root Tea has made me well and happy.—Mrs. E. B. Worden. 3 Sold by Frank Dingley, WATER OR ffO PAT, Artesian well contractor. I have the only cable steam drilling machine owned in the county; sinl? wells for water supply for towns, cities a»d railroads. Special attention to, farp well work. Estimates made. I employ only expert drillers. Address. A, F., AWJONA, IOWA SALESMEN WANTED. Pushing, trustworthy men to represent us in thesaleof Q,ur Choice Nursery Stock, Specialties controlled by us. Highest salary and commission paid weekly. Steady employment* toe year round. Outfit free; exclusive territory; experience not necessary; Wg p,ay Assured workers; special inducements to qsgisners. Write at once for particulars tg " 36-39 OQ-. V, \ceeeec WWW teeecee WWW Xeeeeee 1WW Xeeeeee 1WW Xeeeeee 1WW jeecccc JL » T April 2-3-4th. High Grade Millinery! Miss GRANT, of Chicago, will have charge of this department. Drafted on correct lines a real 1896 bonnet as we know them, 'twill be a dream of loveliness. Surely fashion framed her thoughts in lovely guise and brightest hue when she modeled the new styles as we have them. ADVANCE TYPES NOW ON VIEW, Yours Etc., ftYLOR. HI...HIIIHI New Dresses.. Require ne,w Shoes -,,.. : ., BROW^JiL & ALLRED ^^•••f -havie^^e^etyiliatest^tyles in fashionable ,\ v ;^,^ i fbot\TOajv'-^Pretty Oxfords from $1.50 up. Handsome new shoes from $2.25 to $5.00. Come to our store for your— •, New Shoes...; Boston Block, Algona- Our New Goods are Here And we are Showing the Most Complete Stock of FURNITURE ? Ever brought to Algona. The latest styles. The lowest prices. We sell the Gold Medal and Superior Carpet Sweepers, which are the best BissePs carpet sweepers made. GOME AND SEE US.- _A. D. MCGREGOR, Lambert, Manufacturers Dealers in all Kinds or- Complete Outfits a Specialty, Boilers and Engines ' Cowplate stocl of fitljgs foi same now on Jpig, '.-* ->•« bey belong, HOSE and toe flttin

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