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   Algona Republican (Newspaper) - January 15, 1879, Algona, Iowa                                Ml i Mrfflllis flii 1 on io ona 4 Handing Advertisements pet ionl fttislnesN Hems lire for aeciito per HUB Audi KOSSUTH JANUARY A general variety of Dry Goods juat received by DEALER IN A fresh atook juat received by 13H Oysters the City and THE CHEAPEST AND BEST LINE OF BUFFALO OVERCOATS IN A HOL1CMN Thnt Spear has the largest stock of CLOTHING to be found in and is actually ottering Overcoats for npincc and othei goods proportionally 4tf Sutnner Stebbins lost one of his valuable black horses last limit has a dancing in Manoti City and one also in Charles ladies of the Monday Club have ordered a number of new books for their brother of Ilofiiia from Wisconsin has been visiting friends in the county for the last few Masters was home on a visit the first of the He is tlio TUB reports of tho Seuretarv and to For loans on Uenl Ewtiito apply to KOSSUTH COUNTY 127 Sifted Akron Oat Menl 1314 OITE FBJCE TO REPRESENTED JUST AS THEY Notice to Pay All persons indebted to me on mole or are iipstrd pay the same to my who hiK ejire of the und uho will receipt for the DUJSSS A of Chiiiille Ringhnm and Prints just received by 13 14 IOWA Sale IOWA FARMS ACRES OM GREAT INDUCEMENTS OFFERED TO SETTLERS AND COLONIES By Emigrant I Secretary anrl f ACRES f this LAND arc Locatocl iu tlic BANNER STOCK Si COUNTY IN THE WMost of this Land is GRASS SOIL RICH BLACK THREE Climate No Rain or Mud in but little One BAILROAD Tlirough tli und a food prospect of nothcr very lioss CJofxls inifl Boss That is what you will find by visiting Wood worths New York examining his large of New Goods and impiirint Ocorice is hound to trade if ne doesnt lay up a and that is the place to 49 tf Warranted from the crop of iud much bctier anrl stronger than old hups that lain on shelves For For sale by 2w Overshoes WOODWORTII purchased a largo stock early in the season and supply all demands at a lower price than the same quality of over shoe can now be obtained for AT Everybody is invited to walk into the New York Store ind got the very anrl riKST overshoe to be found in any Hf AWFUL Comttock leads the vat in selling OroeprkS nt the very lowest Walk in and prove it for WHEAT pay This County has a very popular 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 tlio GOOD Tills Company 1ms ilccideu to REDUCE THE PKUK of their Best Lands to per Acre to Actual Settlers during the year Far further call on or address ni2v7 Stoves for MILLION the Surely no olio need go stoveless Smith has such large assortment of styles which he otters nt prices to suit There are more Minn a score of styles of COOKING STOVES ami RANGES either for wood or coal burn ROTARY Base BUIIN ING PARLOR and PARLOR COOK for burning SOFT and PARLOR HEATING STOVES for burning STOVES specially adapted to heat ins largo II ALLS or SCHOOL Besides Smith keeps a general stock of HARDWARE and and keeps constantly on hand tho very best STOCK PUMP to bo found in mployed in a bakery at Emmets are more gay sleighing turnouts in town than over before in our There arc no signs of hard times in Smith was down to Independence Lunatic Assylum last attending to his duties as Trustee of that is the only medicine I would give to my a mother speaking of Bulls Baby At nil drug 25 the Club Dance on Monday it was decided to hold the Masquerade Ball one week from uiXt Monday HuTciriNs has gone to Chi cago to show the folks how to freeze ice most will sell territorial rights to the patent pro of the Conley Patent Creamer Pans has been received by the Secretary of the Dairymens Association for exhibition at the Dairy Winnebago Summit has a highly complimentary ilotice of Mitchells late temperance address before the Blue Ribbon Club of Forest Hunt and Bixby of Billings farm intend for Minnesota on a cattle buying trip next Bixby wants 200 on his own account for formerly of Algona but now of well be if we know was in town last week to settle up the judgment against him lor libel or we disremombor OOMSTOCK and family reach ed horns on Friday sifter visiting and pleasure seeking their old in and Annis will continue their visit till later in the We are indebted to Cravath for a report of the election if officers of the County Agricultural We are pleased to see that our advice relative to the election of a Secretary was not meeting of the Monday nnunced to speak In Algona February should notice His inipor nut rcUuotlon in lumber iinnnunoccl by Johnson in Ills list on tlii fourth It ia to rumomliereil this lumber Is nut n chcnp tlmnitli in as it is of tho superior Minneapolis All over tho world Bulls Cough Syrup is its and every place it roaches consumptive people arc more seldom It is truly a blessing to and it only costs 25 WE hear of several competitors for nt least one of tho prizes offered by the Dairymens No doubt their tiro to bo many Let it be understood the przes arc to be that some of given for the quality of the butter and not for will bo Driven for the best qualities of all butter ing a its These prizes may competed for but county is again ngitat railroad Tim Fort northward next season made propositions to the Dodge people are anxious to extend their road and have voters of Tlumboldt county lookin to such By the Dodge Ridpely hold an election on ami elected Bassett and Pearson and Tins firm of Burnham Ormsby of well and favor ably known by the business men of Northwestern has been dis solved and is succeeded by the linn of Ormsby Brothers As the Ormsbys havo heretofore conducted business of the firm tho change in name will not bo likely in any way to affect their business char Agricultural Society shows a very pleading stiUo of thing as regards the pnisperious condition of that After making payment of all temporary expenses and tin interest on tho note given for a Fair there is n surplus of more than still in tho A few years more of such with the growing interest in thu socirjtVi among will plane tho on a solid am make it to rnnke much need ed improvements on and about the fair As those business men of Algona who favor tho saloon licensing system are constantly urging that business prosperity demands the public adoption of their will be excused for mentioning case directly in point against them Within tho last few days a thorougl business man from a neighboring slate has decided to locate and opoi business in Wu are in formed by an acquaintance ot thu gentleman that he is well to do ii this worlds goods and is possosscii of superior business Now this man has been canvassing tin towns of Northern and pro nonces Algona tho best point in al his travels for opening business The business advantages am prospects of our town had their dm weight in turning the scale in on favor with this but and give this particular attention the fact that Algona has no drink ing saloons and is a temper ate was quite as i not a more weighty argument ii favor of locating than were al other advantages Thi gentleman has a and wher An old saloon keeper in Oskaloosn says in the Herald I have been 1e hind the curtain I have seen the du ty ropes and pulleys that are always worked so as to present the clean side and I am acquainted with nil the shallow pretexts resorted to in order to beat the and I tell you that the man who ail vocates the licensing of saloons un der any however either does not know what he is do or he is an enemy to the com Ouis Call street neighbor so arranged his base insinuations as to the impression that the of the RICPUHUUAN has the Brooks has several choice styles uf organs which he is selling at low from to in every respect equal to such as many have been asking to 1215 By Wags System and Bttod with Combination ForJeotoi Peillors cannot cot For Solo only by B o DEALER SILVERWARE JEWELRY CLOCKS WATCHES Notice to Bridge committed regularly ap pointed by tliii Board of Supervisors to suptr Intcnil tlio Idpiiirlug of tlio Inldge ncross the DCS Molncs Hlver Section hereby rails for bills from responsible parties or making such reserving tlio right to reject any or nil Such lilrls will bo opened Hurl examined on at the County Auditors ofllce In I Club on Monday evening next will be held at thu residence of The subject of eiission will be Twenty two years of the Reign of Queen Elizabeth The Algoiin Greenback Club organized last B Carey is Vice John and A similar society has been organized in Port AH are invited to are requested to give notice that another of those interesting song Berrtions will be given at College Chapel next Sunday even Our Methodist friends are making these special meetings very interesting of onr citizens have been nvesting in hulless oats for next springs They are but or a very fair we When they raise it in pack ages all ready for making oatcakes we intend to get trusted for a small amount of THE ladies of the Congregational Sewing Society will meet with Thursday been worsted in a fisticuff debate with a iighly nettled Now we are an agnnt for nobody or ind we give due and timely notice that while we have the spirit of a man aud the locomotive powers of a no female woman shall be allowed the satisfaction of enlarg ing the thin spot on our of lec tured in Forest City Monday night and HMO to havo lectured in Garner Tuesday but from some mis understanding in the and the fact of its not being gener FOUNTAIN standard house has been remodeled Mid ovary Improved under the new uroprle und cuii offer better uccommudutloiis tlmn any other hotel In 1 Win i oxocl Centrally located on the main Omul puses carry passengers to aud Irom Iho depot free ol Bvol s Algona INSTITUTION OP THE METHODIST Wiatev Tovm Opens CLASSICAL and flO can be procured In private aml Uts atluw or student may him ruumsaiid ward For at Financial or Kossuth Go Captlai UHVORPORATED UNDEK LAWS OV Collections ninde on nil points and a Eeneial hanking business Ilissniifoi tu and from the old conutvltmsold nt lowest Vice LBV s tuwwi M42 WALLINGFORDS CUKKS OAROKT INOATTLI IN DAYS Fanners and your attention to this new and valuable H rcllnlile and easily 1rlce 75 cents u bottle WHtPPLB t Whnlesalfl and Retail t whom all orders should be 13571 For salo by Carleton Qsfins 4U boiy freparatoiy wid Colle to atwdcuta of eitber Vow uUy ajiu oUoied titsrary wa maw of is now winpte For NOTICE TO LUMBER BUYERS I can Imiulle Lumber from 25 TO 60 OBNTS pun THOUSAND FKETOIIIUPEH at lie Depot thaw I could It compelled to haul It a t SHALL CONTINUE MAKING THIS DEDUCTION UNTIL PRICES GET DOWN TQ COS frojn manufacturers prices for See PriceList In Ifjf 3D6U SCHOOL TO DISTrTOWNSHIP have an hand the fuilowluj for tUe the use ul tetuiUetv and subuul onlcora REPOBT to TBACHBUS HKTOUI to of tbe must couveuleumnd useful Ulauksever a ooioplew repr jomule Jtuallty Work will be All are cordially invited to oome bringing A sociable in the evening for old and An Irish supper provided for 15 cents each for tho benefit of tho Ford has made arranger ments for a series of lectures at the College Chapel the present Tho first of these wilU be delivered on Monday by formerly of Virginia Subjoot amoncr the The lecture will sparkle with genius and eloquence from No admission fee TUB Second Annual Meeting of the Dairymen of Minnesota is called for February 1879 at Dairymen from other states are invited to be to bring samples of cheese and but ter for exhibition and examination We suggest that our county associa tion consider favorably the question of sending a delegation to Paul to represent us that mooting and silly there was no at tendance and consequently no Mitchell is a sound thinker and a good and we trust our mayyet havo an opportunity of hearing The Vindicator says Wo have devoted quite a little space to agri cultural subjects this clipping what we considered of importance 10 our collectively and indi Wo invite attention to the article giving the cost of a cheese factory and hope to soo either a home company organized for the manufacture of this profitable article or else arrangements entered into with some parties from abroad to come here for that PKUGGISTS licenses to sell in toxioating liquors for culinary and medicinal wore last week granted to the three Durant and Algona has never since iu been so free from drunkenness as during tho last few Any change forthe worse directly follow his wife learned the cfiaractrnof th town she illwed a location here bo of tho children and th influences to which thuy would b subjected in growing up to maturi This is but a single indiuatin but nolliing can be inor convincing or conclusive as to th wisdom of our no licence system o tho nifect of that system in drawin a class of ttinperanu loving people to our the temperance aclvo was very successful in h meetings at Mason the acces ions being numbered by hundreds Lucas of the Uerro Gorr was ono of tho fore most in the good work of in in moderate drinkera to take n on thu right siduof tho queslioi tho most difficult part of the ten punince The annual ineetin of Mason Oily Reform Club wi held on Monday of last Ihei being at that time members o the The offices woi mainly filled with men who ha until Drews coining to the rescu been known as the hardest drinker though men of talent and iiiHuenc Among the officers elected are U W Dyer and Schel id and 3d Vice D and Parku Lucas was tende ud a vote of thanks for the earnest and efficient manner in which he hif lischurged tlitf duties of President during the past If Algona could only be visited by the reform wave we should expect to see the lllue Ribbon Club officered about follows Wil son Vice Pettibotv Sec Oravath Palmer Executive Matt A Harry Walkloy and we should see the Tun friends of Algona College somewhat stirred up some since by a report that the uprome Court of thin Stale had ccided that endowment notes given acolligi won by reason f luck of To get nt ie exact truth in the hornburg gent for a transcript of i which document VK ave before The i ase was one i which Simpson Centenary College rought Ruit against Bryan or the payment of an undowinent oto given by the defi The laintifl woii iliu suit in tlio Circuit Jourt nnd thu judgment of this ouit was at first allinned in the iiprenio But ix rehearing ias granted in this latter and ftur considering questions not con idcred in the lirst tht udgment if Iho Circuit Court was An examination of the ipinton shows that the defendant ii his case did not rely upon thu general lack of consideration in en lowment notes for his The kfynse was based upon 1 the fact hat the endowincnt funds were liveried from Uie purpose for whiol hey were given 2 that the en lowmont fund was diminished by inch diversion contrary to ihe conditions and pur josus upon which the defendant nude his promise to payj and 3 that the plainUrT by iis articles ol is authorized to maniigo or control such ind the plfiintiBcannot be compell ed to take charge of or manage such Tho opinion of the Judges is too engthly for nor would such publication be of any nterest as applied to the endow ment notes of Algona The nly reference to the sufficiency ol consideration in an cftdowmenl separated from other matters enter ng into this is found in Seciion II of the opinion of the Supreme This reference is as follows The petition of the plainiitFj alleges that the plaintiff assumed re spoiisibililics and liabilitie in consequence ol the execution of the noie in The if the instrument is thus shown by thp pulitii It has been held that a contract of this kind may be sup ported upon such Ail ut Transient and St for flratwnek and 50 cents prvsqtifue for Mn iiflrlltlonnl Ct fklk n square In iifmnavM Ariitltfd M nipmtfiAty rtumttmeo for oils ypur or full tlino If OUR nuimro tir nrlvrTMsliiK payable In JAMES B ARlC PHYSICIAN pension nslilnnrR first liniisp smith ftnut ConRloiriutonH lwirli nOHe iinrlli of PHYSICIAN Wllce on State text door to Kovds Aurrrulliirnl DRUGGIST ttrmlnr In Corner of Tlmilngton f4Zg PHYSICIAN AM Dealer fa MAOtl MsiMiIno ThuMnetOn foiirt Formerly of Jmg opened an ofltyj Over SheetzDrug where 1m will bo pleased to wait Upon alt Inij JONES Suciwmors t o Established APPYS AL REAL ESTATE LOAN Public md Iteal estate of a 1 kinds boiiBlH and Iaitlcnlur attention Siren to nrmircthiR and perfecting paying nr for nave the only iMiinpfetAnlMtriict or to ipjil cstnM Mitli Aixents for tlic and Phceulx Insurance Town ltn BQNGEY Jnod StabllnB Tlinrlngton lonth of IuiiiiB Bus tr imd from all nuthurity citeil and relief upon by Iffendant is to this take pleasure in being nble to reassuro the friends of our Joilege upon thiii frn1 while hardly believo thiit any citizin of Algoiiii would be willing shrink thu of nn obligation voluntarily entered the Foinlda lion upon which our College is based should not be weakened by any question of the legally binding its endowment Dealer In READYMADE BOOTS Bute Ladies Emppriiixn I MILLJNERY AND LADIES HUttmanmrj flOODS A Fun Line of the Latest at State tlio Haulers Ln Mini and cf nd biilliltnit Office and Yard on State east ft18 nenlerin Irv Clothl all westad See 449 Rralors In Dry jnd naimnd State east of Bank See advprMseiiKnt ROBINSON Dealers In J SlcCormlek Ilenper repasrs on State See puiicVuailTtyYiud at lUo clwa of each ANY OTHER to take notes for the benefit of Kossuth County In the market report of New York we find Creamery ttutter uoted at 25 to 30 itste New York tJresjiiery is quoted at 23 to 28 cents per This certainly is a very satisfactory of to web it does that eastern dealers have been compelled to cease the iFfis butter aod adwit it upon Ia cheese the markets are still favorable to eastern raatju Although the difference is ing these licenses will be charged to a violation of their if not their by one or more of the The druggists will observe that they have this matter in their own and should not blame outsiders for any ill repute to which they may bo subjected hy reason of the weakness of any of their temperance work move TUB action of the Board of Supervisors in refusing to canvass thu November election heartily endorsed by almost every including some who allowed themselves to bo carried into an endorsement of that preceding by momentary political Mr Uutherford recorded himself in favoi of a as wu understood he believed that no harm woulc result from such while In feared expensive litigation as th of a refusal to Mr Streeter thought the board couK not do every foolish thing tba might be asked of even thougl the threat of a lawsuit should be held over them for intimidation Ihis view was shared in by Messr Schenck aud Chairman Dor w each of whom looked upoi the demand to canvass as at to have the first aud onl TUB Board of at their late fixed the salary of County Auditor at and fees for The Clerk of Courts has no other salary than the fees of his a also has the The Auditor was by resolu a bill to Palo Alto Uouijty fop aud medical treatment famished their prisoners in the juil This action has long and loudly been called for in the interests ot the taxpayers of this Byej vre haiia ap counties lodg without so the tioir j shadow of legality thrown upon th November election It is IK part of the duty of our Supervisor to consider what a dishonest san majority the louse o Representatives may or may not do Their duties are prescribed by law and they are nowhere directed t canvass election returns any boijy who may be faolUfa or dia honest enough to ho4 an jrreguU and farcial Huthei fords argument might be serious consideration were this thin to drop with the canvass of th returns But a prucoden would have been established for future might be called every mouth ii year from this time th for lights and fuel to Couuty AjfilciUtiiral The County Agricultural Society met pursuant to the ByLaws on Saturday and proceeded to the election The following were fleeted officers for theensuing Vice Pitt Suuy Algoiia Samuel Daniiil Lolls The Secretary reported the ntim ev of Life ruenibers of the Society number added in 12 umber annual members le also reported receipt from lie Auditor of State and delivered o Souiety Troasur of warrant of The Treasurers report shows cash eceipts from Annual Fair of received from Auditor of into per Society otal Dwlmrsed expenses ud interest on in lebtedness total leaving n treasury PITT Defllnr In every deserintton nt Farm Mnchtnery Mlnn tlnsnbd on on See IF House Sfgn Qlazieri work done nt tr suit and In the latest ihle of ttin SLACLE 18 tin ut hrr or Tpims pnr ot 21 lessons with nf piano for She is hiTMlv rflcnminnnrtad by of Fort 27Tty LIVERY UAMB KEEPS BEST OF class Fassr Mie Tfirms between tlio Dnpnt and Nflbrnskn sontliol southoistof nsey 28i7 mgore taken tumwpart ol Huns a Drstalnu city CA niNUT Louis CabinetMaker I XXD IVi KINDB op Mlri AU Prom thi Cerfo Govdo The township of Greeuwood in iossnth county has employed Jay to teach vocal music in the public schools of the There are thirteen subdistricts in the town und each to havo thirteen lessons iveu by the Tho new feature of the enterprise is the oard of directors hire the Professor and pay him out qf the teachers Tho hooks hey purohasi with the library funds when term closes they will be returned tu the librarian and kept a part ol So far 99 we know thw ce in the of the kind up a new feature giif catioual worl or the for n musical e uuderstaud the ods at ttottoin At Work and ER IN ricturt btoolc of Qiuton and renpiitly Ipcutgdlu one aiKir of Rinltlis and nncl RII and Wi led to Ilnlr work done MEAT voual music the to be taught in the publie aud selected 4 teacher ou or the the flret tiie   

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