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Algona Times (Newspaper) - February 1, 1872, Algona, Iowa on duo JS De to by i In n thJ question of vote on tbe and 2 for 16 VOLUME k number of oh the 23 against S OommUsiorierg1 will call an ilon officers in d won fa wiU bava 111 a young 28 Voted speaks for snd we hope to bf the now things in jha sidewalks What wo want it a good who will Work for the of the of individual oo I I do ntl id loans at twenty five per Cfnl Pof then 1 the borrower may Ho pressed to pay for food And rent And tn til it Cook wo nit the lender be As sura in I M It does not Take I dn not like tn henr On bended about nn Fur arnoo to Who hit hits no Id rather go to And buy tbo Am hit children eat And laugh bumble 1 do not like to hear Let blessings nn the widow Who seeks her homo to 1 tf want you come to I he prayer so hud tod Thats offered for the orphans well By who him crushed bf And only With the lips as per sacs from to j a asking Uio appointment bf a com Rapid good society herd to be with the absence of many of to evil found la not a few of our village adds not I do tifco ia better silken Whose toils And then is asked to work for Such pious I cl With folded demure They lift to heaven their angel Than steal tho of the I do not like such soulless prayers If wrong t hope to be forgiven No wing them upward re lost a million miles from Weather is mild Ildn Orr has our thanks for lo public Hammond of Algona has boon to deliver bis loo Woman Suffrage before the Nashua Library social du the FnOM DM Assembly in joint o on Monday proceeded to the election of Thj vote stood an follows Allison Knapp is State Printer 3 is State Binder Proceedings of tho County Board of Concluded from last This being the day fixed for a fina hearing on the road petitioned forby Dockstater and aod no ol having been made to the lo cation of said it is declared to jj located agreeable to report of the This being tbo day fixed for a fioa per Oxen ID per 3 year old to 12 per head Cows from to per 2 year old steers from to per year old heifers from to per head I year old heifers from to per old steers from to per Swine from to per W from to each Mowers and Reapers from to Threshing Machines from to The Board adjourned until one oclock One Oclock Board met pursuant to adjourn All tho members The following Resolutions were adopted That tno Court House Bonds be issued on the first of the same to draw inter est at the ten cent per annum from said and the CoUn Auditor is authorized to advertise in and DEALER in Ready of a county road as follows Commencing at the North West corner of Section in North of Range West of the 5th East on Section lines to the North West corner of same and John Fields wag appointed as sue with orders to port the petition Tlie Literary Womans From the NASHUA I OST FRIEND tbo present of the is the terminus of the McGregor Missouri Rivet U It has an estimated Horace Schonok asking population of twelve The population is almost exclusively New England and Eastern fol baa a daily oM ed the published W and It is spicy and and is bound to su If you want a daguer or as good as can be produced by the best Eastern art at his on Stale Wed evening tho 24th i the to met at bouse to appointed at V I addressed the rowi J and publish with proportion to vote a tax to aid the Iowa hearing on tho road petitioned forby James Marlow and and no objection haying been made to the location of said it is ordered to bo located agreeable to report of tho This being day fixed for a fina hearing nn the road petitioned for by Benham and and there being no objection made to the tion of said it ia ordered to bo located agreeable to the report of the TLe appointment of Pinker ton as deputy There were two bids received for building n bridge screes the Dos west of is B Smiths hid ta plan for bridge fac ing adopted and his bid being the be is awarded tbo contract or building said Charles by his attorneys Jail files a claim for dam ages to bis horses by reason of bad condition of bridge tho Des west of Tbe Board bud a settlement with clerk of and found a balance of 15 cents iu bis The Board adjourned until the 8th day of E said bonds to bo sold to the highest Resolved That the time be cx s to receive proposals fur brick for Court House until tho 1872 meeting of the and the Coun ty Auditor bo authorized to continue for tho That sum of three hun dred dollars be transferred from the bounty fund to pauper That the claim of against Kossuth bo Tbo Ae Tiad motion was County 8th The Board of at the Auditors office ai per adjourn All the members The following business was trans towit Tbe following accounts nod claims en tad were audited to tho County Attorney who is authorized to take evidence in tho caSO and report the same at the next meeting of the That tbe ALGOSA TIMES and tbo Upper Des bo select ed to publish the laws of tho General Assembly of and tbo proceedings of the Board of Super Tho report of the County the condition of tbe State revenue to the Auditor of State was approved commissioner on the road for by D Petti bone and reports in favor of locating said road Which report is and the day of the meeting of tie Board is the day fixed for a final commissioner on tie road petitioned for by John and reports in favor of locat ing said Which report is ao and the first day of tho April mooting of the Board of Su the day fixed for a final hearing missioned to upon tho expediency of locating a county Toad as towit Commend ing at the South cast corner of Section in FUnga Wost of the and running South on section Hoe as much as practicable to tho Des thence across said the Algeria and Blue Karth Oily road ia Gills tion to near I ho 0 Hall was appointed a commission er on said with orders to report nt tho meeting of this for the appointment of a commissioner to view and report upon tbo Ixpcdluncy of re locating a portion of Algona and Chain Lake road as Commencing nt the North quarter post of Suction in North of Range West of tho South to the South quarter post ot said section thence inn southerly di rection to intersect the above named road or lo the was appointed as such with orders to report at tbe meeting of tho Tho Board resolved itself into a com of tho whole and proceeded to ex amine the account of County nnd settle wilh Find after examination that his ac counts aro and after examining the books of the Treasurer and Count find tho as follows Stato In 38 Made Furnishing or any thing usually kept in a Ing Highest price paid for East f lows that i groat of thrift and enterprise is bhown in all merchants have been doing a large business tho past supplying the wants of tho country lying in sortie directions 40 and 50 miles As an lion of the amount of business done this bo given One of our heavy lumber as we have been paid during tho fall bills to tho amount of per The business of issuing Postal Money Orders at onr Post Office is exceed business of A like char a little attractiveness of the and increases not a little the value of these educational We have here in order a Library They have al ready accumulated quite a quantity of excellent sad to add largely to the number this win Lecturers from abroad will vis it us soon under the auspices of the There is a Womans Suffrage As sociation also actively at It numbers among its members many of tbe best of tbe those in our churches and out of minds that would bo an ornament to any and place of ence in any were it in tho very hub of the Boston Their method rf work is to have meetings about once n two at some of which the time is given to social intercourse and conversational discussions for the good of the cause and at other times at public gathering the people are treated to lectures and essays of a high in tbo inter BEAtER in Farm Machinery Eirns for I hy me Stall near Cliff P BALERS IK Farm PRO Highest State Street DEALER IB Rumell House A 1 ROBINSON DEALERS INI and Shelf Build ing State PROVI Canned Fruit ana price paid Butter and Algona DEALERS IN ALL KINDS OF Floor acter in both the towns of and known to many 01 your towns having an aggregate population of or situated in tie midst of a rich and densely populated This had a pop at the taking of the last cen of which has been very greatly increased There estimating it in round a est of this noble Tbe causa of woman suffrage is making fine progress as it Is everywhere and especially where tbe people are characterized by like generosity of sentiment and If you have any fossilized fogies yi your who are worshippers of tbe Old but unable to see any good in tbo send them out here and wo will put them under tbo in Yard nnd Office on State DEALERS IN DRY GRO ReadyMade Hats and Call ATTORNEY and Counsellor at A and Notary Attention to par men t ot Taxes for examining warrants not red of which amount about converted Into County school cash fn Treasury Bridge warrants redeemed Bounty In Treasury County there naa been f In of which amount hoa been there Is cash in TJ population of from to of the within Algonas resent radius of ly tho lady and anticipate their conversion to a Durin the past a large brighter Or mayhap you may number buildings have been bring among wbich may bo mentioned the new bank a splendid brick upon which there has been lavished much money and care to maxo it a model of its ig a new frame and several private some of conn HOUSO cash in arc at least equal to any to be found town of its size in Nor I them Algona of three hotels and two There are al not less than dry goods so Special Poor House oad Algona OB over drawn cash in 41 ii Greenwood strict Algona 1 j and about as many grocery four drug two hard T be Board settled with Jones ware three lerk of Algona and find bal tural implement with three nco of his a dozen or mere lawyers The Board adjourned until thor day of February County them under like genial influences at If you can you may expect to make them the fast friends of this great reform You may expect to hear from me I now and Being again in it will be a genuine pleasure or me to acquaintance with the readers of TUB Yours A and Counsellor at and Real Estate Particular attention given to the payment of taxer for non and examining practice in the Stati add United States II Cull Ik AT A wood for poor on lo A at i on tho road petitioned for by and report in favor of Jooat ing said road as towit Commencing in tho centre of th old road at the south oast corner o the W the JSi of 18 u North of Range Wes of M clui East 1 87 South tbe Which mm BU 400 is and tbe first day of tu meeting of the Board o is tbe day for final and estate and about half a dozen There are three substantial with five I settled organizations am The ar great lovers of and hav by their own exertion planted of a higher now known Report of Railroad At a meeting pf jour committee for the purpose of the claims of South Original STATE of I f March in the and Supreme Court of the Also prac tice in the United given when I 1 ft Barr Jt and Special L given to diseases of Eye and Ban is also Pension on PHYSICIAN and lion given to chronic and diseases of the Office at his In the part of where he keeps choice of Henry Peter antl Martha 0 said Henry Peter and Martha the above named You are hereby notified that on or i before tbe day of a petition of the Plaintiff in the above action will be filed in office of at the lodge room In the Clerk of said of you the Thursday on or before the sum of Eighty and Seventyone one at 7 oclock 71 Dollars interest j tha 1 Han nff I ng Eastern 0 reporting v i 4 company is entitled t being a cent All the member s bf eaid committee being present except under tbo Peonage of the of but Wuh a at of students eon a teacher as who the following was adopted tbe kM aU lifo to this profess wag fpr investigation L ht of that in their the wid ia Oep Ijc fi tenary does that a line justify tao tax payers of Kossuth tbe 18th day of September as money justly due for materials aud lumber furnished by fo the erection of a certain one frame building situated upon he West one third of lot 6 5 in Kossuth County according to the recorded plat and also asking that plaintiffs mechanics lien be enforced and foreclosed against snid building and for that and that the respective and interests of said Ieter and Martha In and to said Mid premises declared and adjudged to be junior and and subject to plaintiffs mechanics lien there and unless you thereto and defend on or noon of the second day of next March of said Circuit to be buguh and balden at the Court House in in said on ISe day of March default will he entered against judgment rendered HOTELS CLIFF LAMB THIS House been thoroughly and and U DOW a first class The travelling public aro requested to us a that prepared for We hava in connection with nae With an able teacher At ull his life to of aid one baa taken f o country on short State of County 1 iur uj o the w voting tbe i A K B AND to a judgment and whose it Me enthusiastically be or tbo of give prompt W to making pay day of A southern pr railroad fixed 1 that U would ce to the in Mid i that this the of tbe 1 Ml lift S I and tt
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