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   Algona Republican (Newspaper) - January 8, 1879, Algona, Iowa                                tin git Months in i Montlia tjii advance KOSSUTH JANUARY the City Restaurant and DEALER IN 15 an Ounce at COMSTOCKS THE BEST LINE OF BUFFALO OVERCOATS IN ONE PRICE TO GOODS REPRESENTED JUST AS THEY IOWA LANDS Sale IOWA FARMS ACRES AND ON GREAT INDUCEMENTS OFFERED TO SETTLERS AND Bytlae Emigrant Svcrctiiry and ACRES f this LAM aro LncatcA iii the BANNER STOCK DAIRYING COUNTY IN THE this Land Is GTIAIJT S08LRICH BLACK TjREE Climate No Hain or Mud in but little One RAILROAD Through tho and a Rood prospect of notlier very WHEAT pay This County has a verypopular HERD and all stock is under the care of Hence no expense for except for Herding Stock costs 75 cents for Cattle and SI for Horses for the GOOD HO A csfM This Company has decided to HEDUCB TUB PIIRK ff ilieir Best Lnnds to to per Aero to Acliml bettlurs during the yctir For further cull on FOUNTAIN IOWA HTTlila gtundnnl house IIHS Leen remodeled every wity Improved under tlio new priinrie nnrt own otter bettor secommoduilmis thun any other liotol In rlftiuinnt rooms good 1001113 oxcol lent fientrally located on tho nmln Onuii hiuei carry piunanEcra to and from thn of ffvuis NOTICE TO LUMBER BUYERS Lumber fromsA TO no t at the JJepot I could U compelled to liaul It a CONTINUI MAKING THIS nsT UNTIL IKICKS DOWN TO COST f roin majuiluotiirers prices fur See PriceWat In this JOHNSON SCHOOL TO bare on band the following biuufcj for the be ute of and school oflicera HSPOBT te TBACHSUB JtsronT to one of tlio convenient aud iisuful blanks over Kivlue patrons a eoninlete record of lie pupils punctuality mul utandlnf iu studies W tut elfwe of eapb SyuDutKCTojis to ojr ANNUAL MEKTINO ot SubDlst OP 4M8UAL MBKTINOOf or KwsoTioic of of ELKOTJON ol WlstSecy ANY OTHER BLANK Printed on short Wo desiiin to meet tho domiyid lot goliool Ilie W aro Mwuuoifully seller o fiilly ojden BOWYER UB REMOVED HIS STOCK Ol SILVERWARE JEWELRY CLOCKS WATCH ES TO Kancocks Store WHEHK UK WILL UK TO AC COMMODATK ALL W11O WISH TO rUKCHASE IJOODS IN JUS fSTREPAIRING HECKART DEALEU IN GROCERIES Tttlit about Corn Oats eap 1Q cents They are dear at compared with the way J sellinff GROCERIES White Bijgar 0 Best Uio Coffee OC Tea for 5O tlint your mer chant sells you for SO DRIED F3RT7ITI it ia awful Cat give you nearly a fo I n at COM A SOLEMN That Spear has tho largest lock of CLOTHING to be found in and is actually offering vercoats for apiece and other oods proportionally 4tf Notice to All persons indebted to mo on ook or arc oquested to pay tho same to my who banen re of the nd who will 11tf receipt for tho Boss Ooods nucl Boss That is what yon will find by Woodworks New rork examining his Inrg took of New Goods and inquiring George is bound to trade ii ie doesnt lay up a and that if he place to 40 tf XKPHYRS 15 an Ounce 012 at Overshoes WOODWORTH purchased largo stock early in tho season and an supply all demands at a lowoi rice than tho hame quality of ovor hoc can now bo obtained for AT Everybody is invited o walk into tho Now lrork Store ud get tho very nd UEST overshoe to bo found in any nf Sewing Parties desiring to purchase sow ig machines should toko notice liat I shall as o sell all tho BEST SEWING but my special attention vill bo to the sale of the AS HOWE which I can cheaper than those parties tyling themselves tho regularly ap ointed agents Cor this 8 11 expected at home next wagon load of fish from estern lakus came ini Rutherford took ith tho Board of Si Monday Grown in Call retni several days since after a of some shop Perry Wilkins and Donovan public school winter term last Mond with a full College term We arc not regard to the number in daughter of in town visiting with Shu will make an extended el of the Peace last qualify for the position Wheelock holds ove Tho Womans Christian is but short do all wo can to prolong a cough or cold at once anc old reliable remedy such as Bulls Cough brought the piercing cold of A strong breeze southward softened the modified tho frigidity of very perceptibly and Bongey House is ovei ing with patronage this Zephyrs i 5 an Stoves for the Surely no ono need go stovcless vhilt Smith has such a arge assorlmont of styles which he iflers at prices to suit here moru a score of tylcsof COOKING STOVKS and ANGUS cithir ffr wood or coal HOTAUY Haso JJURN NG 1AliLOU and PAULO X3Olv for burning SOFT and PA15LOU HEATING TOVKS for burning STOVES epecially adapted to boat nc lurge HALLS or Upsides Smith keeps a general stock of I ARD W AH IS and and eejis constantlv hand the very icst STOCK PUMP to be in lie Dissolution Tlio law flnn of lluwkius liood lias tillsday iy nintuul COIHCIU Kaili continues iiialness for hlinsiMf it tlutr ijrospiit I Jummry f 1213 Soticc ol of Atl Nfitice Is lioroliy nlvon Hint tlio miderslgnml iiHliiiMi duly iippoliitntl nnd quillllkil as ml nlnistiiitor of the ISstato if late if tlio founty of ami ot Now All persona Indebtud to tlm satato are requested to inako lininedlatu pav nnnt and tlinso having claims the same present them duly nuthcntlealed to tho un or Hawkins atml Iowa for tho Kossuth Co Captlal EliAL LAWS Collections nmdo on all paints iiuil a gonoia unking business Tassongor ticket a and from the old countries sold at lowest rates iNQif Vice Lews 413 Garlaton Winter Term Wednesday 0 All uotU riopiuatovy and Culle are open tu stiulmiW of either courses uf study iire oQercd Literary Also 9 full OOUTJA of Musical lew AitrououUcal QUsocvutoty is now ooniol Expenses we very For catalogue pi circular giving full uddvcss ilMIJ Algona or ft I arn next Parents cannot be n guarding the health Only a good nedicino should be given BnlPs Baby Syrup is 1 o contain anything Pike of the Palo Pilot honored us with Piko akinrr a partner anil puttingin ob evidence that denco in the futuroof I nd the growth of convened n Monday last after nent of two it great Sulons from tho occasioned Ihiir coin iild aljiuiniing in Docei Ilawl lieid have dissolved the hip existing between thoni Their y wo ivill occupy the samo of although as so McCoy is oft on Hardly does ho osily by tho home firej cold before a lig latch calls him lelightful employment being tho day TlieFi aro also holding meel were doing last Lewis of Os is completing arran putting in a lumbur We also oGregor firm will i here under the su townsman ceivecl and handed o society Auditor ot This incorporated county made a slight week in stating that tl tlie cotuity ed for the winter Algona of large and County minds us that next Sa timo provided for thaelection officers of that matter of the secr echo the seulimeut of the present man to da wUbojut whftt Cravath h fpar for ijb djs nmily to Sawvel of Lotts Creek from a nine pound it wn Philip Dorweiller of Cresco t was elected chairman of n illS RQflti visnvQ 1 Board of Supervisors af the first n v loui o mooting last A fl i and more judicious selection id snap a presiding oflioer could not have o ling and the RKPUIIUCAM w its congratulations to the mod and the new mnVison with approving the bonds on Humorous considering tho nd rorand against new roads the almost endless array of opened its y coming up for decision in his season so favorable to evolving s onundrums from the inner of 1 the J3oard of Supervisors has i pcned last nfnrmcd in particularly enjoyed the ling of the new of notice by the Sheldon Mail the people ofthat town pro er to abolish their saloons at the ed In all probability ted City and Charles City will do Inclined Every year adds greatly so other the number of prohibitory towns n the Neighboring States in the same growth in the prolibition especially Minne raycr and nal ng at are requested to say that the Club will meet next Monday t wo at the residence of The subject of the evej ind use will Edward VI and Queen ch as of We are also that tho ladies of the Club relief from generously decided to make heir Library a circulating s charging a small fee for the use of 3 1 1oni tJic snow It 1 the the famous Blue Ribbon t has been at s at Mason City tho past i his usual Many of Hs east worst drinkers in the business his come out and joined the Mr Drew is assisted in his labors by Loo of and Nate of of while nd among the foremost of the i to Let the grand work known pains us exceedingly to see Palo of our editorial brethren in an a call and to hear them each other such names as do tling in occur in Barnes Notes or any has of the Let these in me gentlemen cast an ad glance over this way and see wo do it in Notwith n the general blnnkncss of t is Pitt we have have beunruady to acknowledge doubtful and many a ng in the oppressive stillness of business place which dosent ins and wo have thought it over and resolved anew that we oni for rather borrow than have act as he hip The UO flP 1C may well boast of fill1 inoro hogs monthly that place in this section of n the ihe mrmth ending December gel Rentat i sixtyeight car loads of these htning dis from were shipped from this place to the latter portion of the month showing a largo increase of the It is believed that next month will make for us a Week showing than tho ea aro liurch is a very good showing for lay and small but Algona nearly it for the same month of gs as shipping 119 carloads of as shown by the books of After Algona is iraents market for this and ard at remain also of Webster a delivered the first lecture of rision course secured by the Uni tho last The attendance was not what the merit s lately the the popularity of the ver to tb from th donation or the general interest in the subject treated ought to have drawn out in this town of literary i state whic n As apartial explanation of the thin attendance we may janjzed anc that the week of prayer is being and that times are Those in attendance last mistake were entertained with a change interesting description of the ftloes witnessed Snook in day of Tonight the subject of the is ancient and the year Miss Cora Setohell favor and the audience last evening with a bonds of fine Miss Eva Cady at the proved anc f i their is it that the town wells on ds privat north side of town are not in has open We order The one corner of the square has nending some time been out of lotioe ol the one in the alley near ysioal com al has actually been covered up for nioro than a year Will attended member of the ooqtieil be kind 3t to to explain why this is 3uous pf The editor wants to be informed why a well which coveted up more than a year irday is thi election when the of which he a werabeiy vere in Iq tb hip we if all now W Perhaps the inquiry ia not perfectly Wu expfjt the admirers of the great who propounded it will he was very plausible theory aa ever electee we a eiogle paragraph Uks rather tbiq when it is o ask of upoa to account for the almost alienation of raiod been bii If the license party e Igft not totally by tlji upon the cowoU ow IfiBSS UOBJ tlus orackbf ftine4 FROM all over the country to the eastward of Iowa come reports of nlcnse heavy snow Irifted delayed trains aud all discomforts attending severe northern Away up here in northern Iowa we have had it sufficiently cold for and t is quite probable that sleeping out of doors might have been attended with gome but if we eave out of the account the record by the thermometers our country is a summer paradise as lampared with the boasted mild ilimatcs cast and south of A Beck of agent for Miller of the same place who has two sections of land in this was in town the last of the Miller is the widow of Miller who came to in 1876 with the intention of locating but who changed his plans and went to Beckenridge whore he was subsequently killed by a rival Miller left all his property by will to his wife and an adopted his mother to be paid a year by these but other relatives are attempting to break the will and share in the Chtsnse In the American The efforts of exGovernor Tho State Itegisters local page Thursday contained an article on tho railroad interests of Des from which we clip the following of local interest to Ames because it relates to our Narrow Gauge It extends a point now favorable for and there can Des now Moines be no harm in stating that steps for securing mon ey to carry it to Minneapolis are being and with excellent prospects for If pending negotiations shall realize what is ex this line will be completed well on to the State line in and the entire distance to Mtnneap polis one year the distinguished me and weather prophet of has issued his Annual Na tional Weather Almanac for besides foretelling the iveathor for every day in the year and clearly explaining the theory n which his predictions aro 30 gives a causes and effects of chapter on light ling exposes their general and explains how hey may be made The whole is of great interest and iractical value to every and es ecially indispensible to For sample copy and terms of sale to the trade and to agents send 20 cents to Tice TUB installation of the officers elect of Algona took place in the hall of that order on Monday L acting installing The following are the names of the officers installed We aro pleased to learn that this society is in a very prosperous con dition in every They number about 75 members at and their Measury is lined with a satis factory amount of NOTWITHSTANDING the extreme cold of last Sunday evening the turnout to listen to a temperance address by Presiding Elder Brown was very satisfactory to tho pf temperance and was qnite flatter ing to the intimate personal friends of the We shall not at tempt a synopsis of the for such synopsis would not do the speaker justice inasmuch as it would convey to the reader nona of his earnestness and bat a faint idea of the really strong points The address was eminently practical in its dealing principally with the What shall be done a very tronblesome question for a weak soul answer satis factorily to both his convictions and his Brown evidently has more ammunition to expend in this cause and we hope to have another opportunity of listenings The meetings will be keptup through the winter as ths one coming in four weeks At the close of the address a petition was circulated asking of the House of Representatives at Washington that concurrent action be taken i the Senate resolution to appoint committee to thoroughly investigat the manufacture of and traffic j alcoholic liquors and the affect of that traffic upon and were mour to introduce cheese into the army as a regular are likely to prove as a special commission has given the subject favorable SnmplfiS have been ordered with which to test the question in its various and the prospects are all in favor of the save the of when viewed in its trite will not be found a diflicnlt objection to If the War Department can find a grade of good cheese that will keep a long time under the various changes of climate to which it would be nnd can be had at a price which will not raise cost of Jie regular it is probable that it will be The present rations for the soldiers of the Army on tho aro chiefly canned corned beef and ready An experiment was recently tmde on plains substituting cheese for tho beans every other day the soldiers liked the but wanted the beann as Beans are very but also have which is neces sary to the who is a rery hearty Beans cost only four cents a ready to while cheese costs eight or To overcome this objection it is pro posed to include cornmeal in the which is and relished by being a very concentrated requires some bulky like for to be mixed with it in order to render it digestible it is then nearly or quite all if On the other chnepe is an excellent addition and supplement to coarse and bulky making up its deficiencies in and rendering it acceptable to the The keeping quality is as it is well known that can be made that improves with age for a Ions This question of foods for the army is a legitimate one for the Department of Agriculture to con cern itself as it not rinlv might JAMES rnvsictAN T tolrtenoo first house soiilli offlne nnrtlijit Offlce lid unxt AiirlPii DRUGGIST IVnlfir In Puts Corner of State tint Tlmrlnglnn TAN AND rmntcr MAOIT Mnnhlnn Tliorlngtim Opposite Court Jef Formerly if has opcnM ail Over Sheetz1 Drug wlioro lit will bo Mleiwed to wait upon nlfwtotu Mil v JONES fit Successors to ArrrYe REAL ESTATE AND LOAN Nntiirlos Public nnl Tfcal ostnte if n 1 kinds limiglit and rnrtteutar Blvon to fifiiTectinu ami iwrfMtiup amf paylncof taxes for the onlf complete abstract of title to ronl estate In suth Agents for the JEtim and Phoenix insurance ltn Dealer fn READYMADE BOOTS State fM4 lead to valuable results for soldiers and generally class of the lint more most also give people knowledge on a important subjects in regard to which a most lamentable ignorance now while at the same time helping floriculture Vv creating a demand for profitable Though the butter and choose pro ducts of this country have increased about onethird during past nnd the exportation in like the products having been about yet there is room for much greater in Our resources in this line are almost and we only need a demand to show our Tho people of England nnd Scotland consume about 8 pounds of cheese per head and our people only about 4 making our homo consumption about 000 and the export 000 American cheese is considered superior to tho everatje English by English thouch of course some poor grades are sent over with the which fnllv as Rtrnntj condemnation as tho better qualities get It is for our dairymen to make onlv such grades as will further tho trade in foreiern Now the introduction of cheese into the army would not of itself materially nflfaot but the fart nnd the recommendation by the would increase the of this healthful and nutritions food bv the people nt tend to intro duce it into the nrmies ol thus largely enhancing the value and production of this which is very already exceeding in value tho hay anr is but little loss than the corn crop Brooks has several choice styles of organs which he in selling at low from to in every respect eqnal to sucl1 as many have been asking to 1215 of Web will preach in Univmalis Chapel nest Sunday morning anc Au Astonishing A large proportion of the American ople are tr any dying from effects a dli Dyspepsia or liaordered Tlieresu of these dis asos upon the masses intelligent and valuable people is u Ufa actually a instead of a pleasant existence of enjoy men t and usefulness as it ought to Us There U no reason for If you will only Uirovv aside prejudice am take advice pf Druggist and your try pne bottle Greens August flower relief is Millio tkis medicine nave been given away te try its with satisfactory results n every Jt 1 f f j JfflftJ Mid experienced aai to1 to Three ieve the worst by ill druggists on ttte at the organ was assisted wnisio by JMigg Witlj Notice to BQNGEY Imul Stalillntr altaTeUmT TtihrlTiitton inth of Public HIIS toantl truni all I M I L L I N Y LADIES FrJRAISJmm Full Uirve ol the Latest at tha State tlm VVIL30NT npalers anrt hiilldmie oal and Onico and eimt I ftjj j neater In Dry flrnrariiKi ete all west 3d liimsoll north Puhllo Hee Dealers In Pry rtrlert nrt omineflVriilK Htate east of Bank See ROBINSON Dealora In Harrf JleComitek hept State See Denier In every rtpsrrlpfnn nf Farm Afnri lirent for rjnsced Oil AVnrehni tate See nute on louse1 Sign VII work done at tn suit tlm and In tlio latest stylo of the w7iy INSTRUMENTAL SLAQUE TR nor fr elsewliere Terms ncr nnnrtiv of wltli imnnf Plnnn for is Inirhly hy if 1ort TTIY UAMB KKKPS BR8T OF HOUSKH ANji aRS Vnsmipgen tiikon to any part of lie Terms Ilium n firstelnnn city tin Untwneu tlm Dnnot nnfl Ncbrnnkft soutli of ot Bongey CABINET n PHI ill MANUFAdTUBEU AND URAMSR TX nixns OK lest flonrtii at Wtfftn Work and TtfnntrTng Ijii rtook ft Caff   

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