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Algona Times (Newspaper) - November 4, 1871, Algona, Iowa Whatever to my friend Whether or or Condense as as ever yon And say In the readiest way And whether you write of rural affairs Or particular In Just take a word of friendly Boil It down Cor If yon go spluttering it pogo When a of lines would Toar batter Is spread so you see That the broad looks plainly through So when you havo n etory to And like a little To mako quite luro of your my Boll it down When writing an for prom Whether prose or just try To utter your thoughts in the fewest And lot them bo crisp and dry And when It la finished and you It Is doco Just look it find then Boil it down Per an editor does not liko to print An article lazily Aud a general reader does not care For a of yards of song So gather your wits in the smallest If youd win tho authors And every time you my friend It TO A NEW 1 tho other Iho fol lowing note of inquiry DEAR SIR got into mo to rite I want to tri it but dont know bow to I hev had Wil yu rite and give mo on tbe followin two wit name What to rito When to Whore to How to How much to What paper to rito F enny uther hints on the sub is jeo tbat may okur tu Yuros I am gratified always to bo able to impart any information in my power to ono about to begin to al u though he may never begin to write with Struggling genius I am proud to I am not like some in tho who keep all they know about writing HO closely to themselves that poor people would not suspect they knew any thing about itAs far as writing is pugilist that I I always stand ready to let go my What to rite I generally I on a table or I prefer a desk when I want to pro Some of my are fearfully and wonderfully Dont try to on a tion unless you are a complete master of especially figures of I have frequently writ ten on my but I am aware many people bare a repugnance to getting on their either to or do anything There may bo occasions when you will bo compelled to on tbu i top ef your but it hurts eies I to do it I Literary mon often affect regarding what thoy write I wrote his of Ocean on his thumb Byron wrote on and Ed fgar Foe wrote on a drunk When to Write when you feel like but be euro you feel Some people think they feel it when they pro f a great deal of suffering among j I would lay it down as a I general rule for young men of like when you cant find I any employment tbat will pay for I your then Where to That depends I a good deal on she If she I is in it would be manifestly I absurd to write to I How to Is it possible tbat i In this land of common schools there It anj man wbo does not know I how to write You should consult a writing not How much to better leave I that to tbe editor to whom you send your He will tell you How What paper to rite for Tbo 1 paper to rite for is THE but it will be no use writing Bor it unless yea enclose tbe stamps War terms of subscription are cash in Liberal reduction to my wife at thu window one Stood watching a map with a cart came along with broth of a who was little wife I then bj way of a of in that I To which u the donkey LGONA DEVOTED TO THE INTERESTS THE PEOPLE OP KOSSUTH NOVEMBER EDITOR NUMBER 5 A long a man appeared among us with streaks of silver in bis furrows upon his and a stoop in his Upon the first I called to BOO foi ho had boon my schoolmate and playmate of other I found him sitting by bis in a thoughtful with bis right hand resting upon a Cordial greetings and anon ho relapsed again into the reflective back to Doesnt it seem good to cot bi the old more ho at length said I hoped he had done well during hie Ho looked up and faintly All that I have said I shall leave to my favorite anil heir and it will bo valuable to him it he rightly uses it And he laid his hand again on the old pock It is there It is in this bo nodded ho this 1 ey to the wealth I shall put upon the I bad just planned to write it off you A direction for its uso A hint from which he might gain said I shall fold the old book in an envelope and shall write upon this envelope this Tho result of thirton years tire loss wandering and speculation And the book Nothing I Mark Twains have a by tho name of He s a I hae seen remarkable jorses before but none eo remarkable as I wanted a horse that would and this fills the 1 lad nn idea that shying indicated If it is I havo tbe most spirited on Ho shies at everything he Dimes to with utmost impartiality Ho appears o have a mortal dread of telegraph especially and it is fortunate these are on both sides of the as it is I never all off twice in succession on tbe same If I full off on the same side it would after a The creature at everything ho has soon to except a He walk ed up to that with an intrepidity and recklessness that was And it would fill any one adiri ration to see how ho preserved his in the presence of a This daredevil bravery fill bo tho duath of this some Ho is not particularly ut I think ho will got me through ho Holy Ho has only ono His tail has been chopped off 3r elao ho has sot down too bard upon some time or other and has to ight flics with his This is all vury but when ho tries to kick off the top of his head with his ind it is too much of a varie IIo is tiding to get into rouble that way some He eaches around and bites my I do not particularly care bout I dont liko to see too OP ii known that Henry Clay wag re markable for bis recollection of A curious incident of this wonderful power is told of his visit to in tho year his way to the oars ho topped at Clinton for a few when nn but strongminded man made his way up to au ho did Dont introduce for I want to see if Clay will know Where did I you said answered tho man struck his bony finger upon his as if in deep Have you lost that eye sinep I saw or had you lost it before inquired said tho Then turn tho sound side of your frieo to me that I may cot your Clay paused a bis thoughts running back many I have it said Did you not a verdict as at in the cause of the United States versus twenty one years ago 1 did I did I said tho ovro joyed old And is not your said It it replied Hard bursting into Did I not tell bo said to his that ho know though I have not seen him from that time to this Great men never forget and by A husband advertises thus My wife Maria has strayed or boon stol returns her will got his brad As to trusting anybody can do so if they see fit for as 1 never pay ray own its not likely Ill pay beri LOVE A SPEAKING STRONG of consists of two of will and power of self re It requires two for its and strong command over Now it is here we make a reat mistake we mistake strong for strong character A nan who carries all before be ore whose frown domestics nd whose bursts of fury mako tbo of the household e cause he baa bis way in all re call him a strong Tbe ruth that is tbe weak man it is is passions tbat are strong be bat is mastered by them is rou must measure tho strength of lie man by tbe power of the feeling e not by tbe power of lose that subdue And benoe is often tbo highest result f Did we never BOO a agrant and only grew a tit le and reply quietly bat is a man spiritually r did we never see a man in an stand as if carved out of the olid mastering himself Or no bearing a hopeless daily re main aud never tell tbe world cankered his home peace hat is wbo with remains chaste e keenly with many a wers of indignation in can nd are tbe strong th rebuke the spiritual gentle but w R no more tor the Doctor da There is a story told of a young man who got into trouble through his persist ent folly of reading the It seems that ho saw an account of how lovers in when to visit their hearts stand under tho young ladies windows at aud converse with thorn through a hollow tin made in so that it can bo shut together like a spy glass and used 33 a This youth a damsel whose father regarded his loves young dream as an kind of which had to bo shaken off at all So ho refused to permit tho dreamer to come to thU infatuated ono went to a and procured about forty of lin which closed up into the smallest possible Then he to go around in tho evenings his speaking trump aud run it up to the second story back where hu aud roost out on the fence whispering all kinds of sweet things along through his forty feet of This was nil very nico so far as it Out one evening the eagle eyed old mam to the room door with a pitcher full of hot water in his and sent his daughter off sud denly on an Thou the ble old man called down tue pipe in a falsetto voice until tho youth placed his ear against and There was only about a quart of hot but it was sufficient to mike one sido of the young lovers faoo look liko an under done tenderloin When hit friends ask him what is the he says ha has been down in the and been sunburnt but ho is convinced that Span ish them as a whole are Only those whoso opportuni ties brought them in close contact with Charles Dickens can know the full beauty and purity of his charac and how intensely be loathed thing coarse aod An in occurred during our journey which illustrated On one oo at a public dinner given fo him many ladies being present as some entirely mistaking the character of had secured the presence of certain it would for After the speeches there cl frequent call for tbe and at last be arose and said tbat t must be excused from saying an thing while the ladies were There was instantly a the ladies to go He nt Die ens beckoned to me and said earnest Please ask the to say I wish them to I spok to and said a fev provoked and yet restrain himself to wound her and th d h ladles The rebuke wa no more calls for the dog wst of tbe WOULDNT BE TWITCHED Ions i in her Old Town relates tho following anecdote You know everybodys religions are a matter of discussion in our and a rich who lives on the enjoys tho celebrity of being an or rath er values on the It takes n man of y m to without a God and gives himself out as a plucky and able to hold the parson at Tho parson Lad a Hiring of ques which ho suro would drive Ezekiel into straight 60 he meets him the other diy in tho How is Scranton They tell that you are an I guoss I says lets tall about said tho Fou in your own dont you No I What do not believe In your own existence I a moment you going to be twitched up by none of your To be Given at esia me Jefferson died and Monroe indebted to charity for the stone that bore his To think of our dent poor Lot the admirers of Grant rest assured that no such calamity awaits his final if it can bo averted by tho laying in of a large supply of tenements and other valu the gifts of grateful and of hungry expectants who awaits his reelection to thrust their hands into Iho YOUR It id a good sign whon a man is proud of his work or his Yet nothing is more common than to hear mon finding with their particular and deeming themselves unfortunate be cause fastened to it by tho necessity of gaining a this way men and laboriously des troy all their comforts in tho work or they changa and go on shifting from ono to another until the grave or a poor house gives them a lust But a man fails in life because ho is not in tho fitted for his peculiar it hap pens ten timos that failure results ftom m gleet and even con tempt of nn honest A man should put bin heart into every thing that be There is no profession that has not its liur cares and No man will annoyance by changing jis No mechanical busi ness is altogether Com in its endless is af like all other with unwelcome and ti ng It is tho very of folly for a man to search out tho frets and burdens of his and give his mind every day to a consideration of Thi y belong o human they are Brooding over them gives them On tho other a nan has power given him to shed and pleasure on tbe homeliest ii he is Let a man adapt iis business and identify it with pleasant for heaven has given us not alone to us but to enable all men to beautify homely Heart varnish will cover up innumerable evils and at the good Accept yout lot as a man loes a piece of rugged and jogin to get out tbe rooks and o deepen and mellow tbe BO en rich and plant There is some in the most forbidding tion around which a man may twino out of which be may develop an honest Reports from eastern Wisconsin are effect that a vast portion of the wooded country near Two Rivers is desolated by It U estimated one of county has already been swept by the large of timber and many farm barns and other At ac counts tbe fire was still raging furiously with no prospects of its being unless there should be THE BAREST ENTERTAINMENT OF THE AT THE CONCLUSION OF WHICH OKE HUNDRED PHIZES THE VALUE WILL BK TUB TICKET HOLDER AS FOLLOWS CAPITAL THE CELEBRATED CLIFF Large three story completely and in running Large frame twelve business all valued at A FIRST CLASS and 800 AN ELEGANT now 200 1 1 80 3 1 PAIR 35 1 10 2 CASU 4 10 26 50 holder of each ticket being entitled to admission to Gift and to any gift that may be awarded to tho number on TICKETS 10 AT Ht enterprise will be conducted in a straightforward and honorable All money received from sale of tickets to be depos in Bank for benefit of ticket until after tho Concert and and as a further that tho enterprise will bo fairly and wo by to tho following business mon of Algona SMITH BROS COLEMAN J WILSON Dim AN i MARCUS ROBINSON Tickets at business bouses in Algona For np of and apply to SPENCER General Managing for tickets should in all cases bo sent in Registered Post Office Orders or by Some ingenious Yankee lias invented a process by which maple sugar can bo made eat of common Now Orleans molas flavoring maple The hing we are looking for from that laud of ideas in they rill make money ftom cod liver flavoring with An advertiser in one o the papers has to let containing eight corns aod an of 1 to Xi JO XIV Terms in Jjf over York BUSINESS in Dry O t A i in Furnishing thing usually hopl in n diet oloh l East of Public A and Notary to payment of for A and Counselor at XI and Estate attention given to tho payment fornon nnd Oil in the Stats aj I U Slates Iowa j ASA B A XX DUtrict Supreme of the Al Dar m the Court jK given when at Will attend to all business to PH Burr id lO nf an I Dp Eurr is on Stato IJ s J I INGHAM AND IN WILL give prompt and personal n tention to making pny ing making investments for nnn and all other in their line m Northern and Iowa j j 15th LAMB HORSES AND TO LBT taken to part ef country on short 15th 1 1 and to Passengers taken ie all of he on and at B Prudence A holds its com at the room in the Thursday on or before the full at 7 oclock p m NEW HAMPTON HOUSE Hew Stabling and Lirery in con with this CENTRAL NEW North tide Railway in kept in tion with this Singes to all parts of the map here F Opposite Ferry LauU Prairie du 3 3 A w u r LIVERY Livery Wain New Good good aud ful Horses and carriage to DN We arc prepared to furnish Livery tbo Traveling at reasonable with or without AS gond Horses and Carriages u can bo found west of
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