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Algona Republican (Newspaper) - May 4, 1887, Algona, Iowa New Orleans Sugars at Robinson Hardware A general and complete stock always on BtTBHABDS THK WAR Two armed to of each having a recollection of former yet for policys sake courteous and as they stand eye ing each could easily be provoked to Especially would their rela tions be critical if each one had armed and htrl been practicing in the use of his on purpose to bopre pared for a probable If one of them could see that he was the stronger of the or a slight provoca cation would make him draw his or jerk out his revolver to But so long as their mutual fear and self a little stronger than their mu tual they will continue to be and to swear that they hava only thoughts of But it would be better if they would both throw away their and go into some honest and useful These two formidable selfrestrained warriors are France and Their strained and their thorough prep aration for war are a menace to the peace of France has her late hu miliation and loss of territory to Germany needs another victory to enable her securely to hold the fruits of the for Thus one war breeds the necessity and higher rounds ot service here and But we should remember that nil they do at first is to give the If that is accepted they remain to cheer us and to nerve us to renew our efforts when we are weary and dis But if we slight them by not heefling their voice they will mourn Then the meant to bo noble and may be a a a a social a groper in the The Pioneer Hardware Store of this Call on CLARKE For RELIABLE and Insure your Property against represents TKN Standard Fire Insurance several of which passed through tho Chicago Fire and paid loo cents on the He has Three Agents in the Field He also is AEent for the Northwestern Mutual Life In surance Company of 43J2 ON Farm Loans for and the war spirit is kept The nations now reason that read iness for war is the only preventative of If one nation maintains a gigantic ar my and the others There is safety only in a state of perpetual perpetual manace and Peace is assured only when the liability of war is But what if our valliant with arms so should lose their tempers What if some imprudence of subordi nate hasty or personal should cause the giving of a real insult Being ready for having immense stores of war material and well drilled regiments do ing the insulted and irritated na tion may bring on hostilities While the blood is and before calm reason and prudence gam The trouble is tke nations are having the to some and live ftttxieties of while there is A sharp such as now must except in the lossof could not add much greater To many people in these it seems a pity to get ready for fighting and let the opportunity Why whet the glittering sword and let it rust in the scabbard Certainly it is dan gerous for the nations to be so ready for the day of even if one can see no hope of advantage over There was beliggerent feeling enough in Congress and over the fisheries question with to have precipitated a war between this country and England if these nations had been prepared for But it is over Diplomacy is at England was less sensitive than we besides she has other and we have no sol diers spoiling for a The greatest safety would be in a universal disarma But of course that can be prayed not looked as the war spirit is so prevalent in the very lands that has most knowledge of the Prince of the enhanced cost of the in creasing commerce which it the appliances of and which it makes and the approaching bankrupcy of some of the will eventually compel the resort to arbitra tion rather than to the In the meantime let us hope that the progress of culture and moral principle through the world will so elevate the mas ses that they will refuse to go to war at the selfish bidding of Young Young1 Married Dubuque See here young man I saw you sneak ing up a dark stairway last and heard the rattle of poker chips and the loud voice of profanity in tho room you I saw you come out of that room after the clock in the tower had struck the hour of Your face was Hushed with your weeks earn ings were and I heard you cursing about your bad Do you know what you are doing You arc walking straight into the camp of the You are travling on the road that inevitably leads to the suicides road that is marked all along by the shattered tem ples of human road that will lead you away from self from the love of home and from from from and from all hone of eternal Young men let me whisper a word to Keep out of the gambling No man ever found wealth No man ever found happi ness No man ever found honor It is the vestibule of It is the cut to You will part with your money You will part with your manhood You will get nothing in exchange but sorrow and remorse and See here young lady I saw you on the street last I saw you leave youi pleasant homo and tell your anx ious mother you were going out to spend an evening with a I saw you at an unseemly hour in company with a stranger you had met on the and you were aughing and talking in a Ic and boisterous manner that did no credit to your I want to say to you that the only safety for a young wo man like you is the shelter of and a mothers love and You are sowing to the wind you will reap the the you married I saw you in a saloon last night spending your money for liquor and treating your You are a You are wasting mon ey that does not belong to For I heard your wife ask you only yesterday to let her have a little money with which to buy some shoes for your baby ter and a coat for yOUl1 baby You told her you had none to And I saw you spend enough for liquor to have bought a dozen pairs of shoes and a doz en and I thought as I saw you swilling down the accursed stuff that poi soned your blood and your of the tears your children shed be cause they had no clothes to wear and the long hours of regret and anguish your poor wife endured as she saw you march ing to a drunkards Shame on you What a disgrace you are to your family and what a parody on manhood Your money belongs to your Dont rob your helpless child You are only playing the part of a knave and a and earning the con tempt of every honorable man and wo by reading one of Probably thft body rests as Its Saviours arm for all radon preached an unusually flood ser mon last Holm tins lost eleven head of tattle tills Urayton and Will Gray Imvo each lost a cow Ho I for did you know that Ingersol Is a foot my child what do you Ho Is a very smart the bible says The fool says In Ills heart there Is no lie says so and trios to ttmkc every body believe Regular May Sanders Is quite Her daughter Knto arrived this morning from Vlnton to attend her Charles proprietor of the Commercial house at was lu Wesley Saturday also Daniels and sheriff Urumniond of that place on our streets The crops are mostly Small grain Is look ing but a good rain Is needed to give It a Under the superintendence of Lumber and Susie Gilbert our schools are progressing satisfactorily the ability of those The school directors have arranged to plant a lot of trees on the school grounds of the Inde pendent district in compliance with the law as pointed out by state From our of Armstrong has bought the lumber yard of The Presbyterian Mite Society will meet with Bkmchard Thursday Thompson preached in the evening Sun day at the Uuit school The wind Sunday afternoon caused some lit tle excitement about town but no damage has been The Methodist Aid Society will meet With lu next Elmer of who is in Hurt shot eightyone birds From the Jordan shipped for on 00 head of the finest herd that has bftcn seen in northern Iowa for some The whole lot averaged IBM ONeill has purchased Kobortslum ber yard at Hurt and will take possession Im We are sorry to lose and ONeill from Bancroft but we hope they will meet with the besc The djajnatic Among the BrcaUei8iU given at 611 Monday even ing was well attended by our All the players did their parts fairly well and some did exceedingly Those In attendance enjoyed the exercises to the fullest The railroad surveyors have linlshed their work in this vicinity and are expected soon to reach Lake their starting having surveyed that far hist The grade stakes are now all set between hero and Sioux and the work of grading will soon be commenced and be rapidly pushed forward to Ambrose was in our city Tuesday looking after matters of business in terest to gave our people high hopes of the flattering prospects ot Ho says Bancroft will have the division of the new railroad If Inducements In his power will se cure On this scorn Call would liftvtf the hearty cooperation of the town which he has done so much to build WEST From the Atmw returned from Chicago ou Mon day looking as though the trip had clvcii him lie says Chicago appears to be all there Wild geese and ducks are going towards the north In large sure Indication of warmer Henry Ellsworth holds Its meetings on the first Saturday on or before the full Mlnger is and Powers Meetings arc held In the school commencing at 7 May 7 Is the date of the next John Wallace will commence work in the creamery hero this It was their In tention to start up on Monday but some necessary Improvements have somewhat delayed Some of our fanners were a little uneasy about the oat which was just up when the snow storm of last Friday set with mite a freeze at Hut thus far no dam age seems to have been Hebert Amos are rushing their hay press es noWadays to tlicli full They still have five or six hundred tons to and hay worth a little more In Chicago than it was last The West Bend school will commence the spring term on May Miss Mary Goldtrap This lady Is an accomplish ed teacher of much There will be about fifty pupils for this though the at tendance during the winter term was seventy and required the services of an assistant Miss Goldtrap being the During the snow storm hut Friday William young nianwho drives a cream wag on for Ben his way in coming home from The storm was so fierce he could not see his road nor distinguish any object flt twenty feet He drove around without any idea about his course or distance until his lothlng was completely saturated with ns body and hands so be numbed he couli scarcely hold his Fi nally he struck town before coming from the when should have come from the COUNTY Iowa Normal THE SPftING SESSION oi1 this institution opeas April and continues Twelve It lias a full Course of is taught by able teach and is attended by thorough going students from many counties of the Correspondence LADIES ASIUUTIOX AND CALL ON Has to loan on real estate from 3 to 10 years time At 6 Per Interest and a Commission payable at expiration of fcSf Money advanced at once upon perfect Abstracts ItKDUCKI from 25 cents to 15 cents a I have the best set of Abstract books in Kossuth carefully written by and have decided to reduce the price from 25 cents the old price to in cents a Prompt attention giv en and abstracts prepared without Ambrose FIRST NATIONAL f J3KCAIMTAL utltsjitloii to culltMtlioiiH Philip R Thorsons Old DEALER They arc different in and so they must be in moral quality and No intelligent person confounds yet many claim tor themselves the honor of tho one because they have the They thiuk it is some evidence of moral worth that they feel at times the kindling of an asperation to be As desire for any excellence is founded on an appreciation of and that appreciation commends their taste or so they conclude that they are more deserv ing than they would be if they were utter ly destitute of such Less degrad ed tliey may but not less To be incapable of knowing good of any kind is a but that ignorance would free one from the obligation to have it It follows that it is a greater moral fault for a person to have a recog nition of attainable and to go with out than it would be not to or even think of it at Now there are many people who know the difference between aspiration and at The politician knows that it is one thing to aspire after an another to obtain He may not be able to get even the nomination of his Still his aspiration is worth something to him if it helps him to the determination to win his way to the alluring and becomes a motive for the necessary And this shows the use and value of our aspi They furnish our They ripen into They make us dis contented with our imperfect and our groveling More over they reveal to us our Creators gra cious plan for our growth and our original dignity as having his impress and the possibilities of our future exper attainment and The thing to do with them to understand then to cherish aa if they were the visits of heavenly advis sent to invite the soul to higher seats LU From our Miss and Finley and son Guy were at Altona on Friday returning on The agent of the Iowa State Register was among us on disposing of the of was in Lu Verne on Saturday and accompanied the writer and wife to to attend the dedication of the new Baptist on There is talk that a new barber will locate in Lu Let everyone come that will and we will try and make them prosperous and We noticed some of Lu Verne people were present at the dedication at Livermore Among the number were Miss Car rie Park and George Some and Dedication services were held at Livermore May The church was beautifully decorated with evergreens and low sonm in blossom ami some just budding nto that marvellous beauty which the low er only Is capable iu its own dis tinct revelation of House plants abound ed in profusion all over the prominent por tions of the church and the motto Welcome was in the center of the arch over the Beneath this motto was another one in ever Enter into his courts with 1es toonii of evergreens wire in nearly every also wreathes entwined in front of the choir The sermon preached iu the morning was by of fowa The services were very setting forth the fact that expeifenco teaches us that Jod is pertectly able to take good care of his own work and bring it to a full com pletion aiJd to his own Many fearful hearU there were that we would not be able to dedicate without some but thanks be to lod he gavu us the victory and the house U clear of The people iu Llvermoru nobly but we cannot forget those abroad who have interested themselves in We have received from abroad and we can say glory to iod for having put it into the hearts of our brethren to help us in building a church for and we hope and pray to see this lit tle band of Baptists grow and flourish and be a mountain of holiness to Uod for his mercy and In the evening Eldridge preached to a large and attentive Then a letter from the Western Cottage Organ Company was read by donating to the church one of their church organs val ued at the great surprise of the AT JB A Good Selection of Wright Peters Fine Shoes Hand Turned and Welt and Machine Sew For Style and they cannot be Son Having purchased and rellttecl the store building Huwea old stuml we tiro now in receipt of new Spring consisting of Heavy Draft and Carriage Gents and Ladies Strap goods of all of and whole sale in HAWKS BO3K We also keep a full assortment of Itoots and Shoes of the best Will be Hold us clteup the cheapest for ready Call and nee for Three doors west of the post Lacy Republican April three inches of snow fell the zaud and We have had several warm showers Gideon expects tu go next week to Hiun boldt to work 011 the Martin Foul sou goes to Ida county with two Fish and Ormlstou go to Bancroft today to gut tlie they ordered last wlutuj from the The Norwegian house has at last reached a permanent Miss Haitie Ormu tou commences school there We see new and magulaceut tchool looming up IK the not distant Miss of teaches West Seii Neal canou teaclios in Kast Misses Nellie Braytou and Nellie Fisli teacli agalu lu JJmmeJ We that a youug Hurt conducted I the fuueittl aerviees of a little culld recently 1 new and complicated hanging out in front ot the boot and shoe shop south of Galbraiths indicates that the OLD ADD RELIABLE JOHN has got back to the old where he is now better pared than ever to make and repair boots and All old and new will do well by giving him a call before going He also manufactures and has for sale the Only aod Best Eureka Harness for boots and
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