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   Algona Republican (Newspaper) - January 22, 1879, Algona, Iowa                                epublkaiL Bubscrlitton Tear fld on Months fin Htlvimjei inn Jtl00tra 1 oti Standing Adveftlacffletits Local Business to e KOSSUTH JANUARY tTonh effect I STATIONS OOIMO 1TKST DEALER IN liT 1 M 3M IB 4fl 00 0 in 0 K 1 3B THE CHEAPEST AMD BEST LINE OF BUFFALO OVERCOATS IN M 1 50 7 40 arrive 1 A LOOM OATINER leavp 1 i 05 SPECIALS O1TE PHICE TO REPRESENTED JUST AS THEY Mary Livermore OMKOF TI1IC MOST ttLOQUUN AND LOUHIAL OK PUI5LIO SPKAKHUS nid ADMIT Tli TO HE TUB ABM3ST WOMAN IN TUH WOULD WILL IN ALOONA ON TIIK KVEXIXU OV 1879 SUIUEUT The Coming The is to be ntulerthp ails ot the Monilny The boys are making it lively ith their small sle Is these annual masquerade of the xncing club comes olF next Monday are glad to know that luffuiu is able to be about once Insurance Agents will be a popular class of citizens for a few lays hog trado Flic pleasant days bring out lumbers for of was ust week conducting a surios of H rooks preached at Wesley ast week Monday Wo give our readers a heavy dose of Board proceedings this Whpetoek has linen employ ed to make out assessors reports for several townships ant is new engaged in the ths of of lowi will sppuk at the Baplis next Saturday Jones was down to Dos Moines lust week to meet with the millers nf loWn in souinl at residence of Oluary Thursiluy evening was a very pleasant Monday Olul will hold its next meeting at residence of Hawkins next Saturday even for the entertainment will be as follows Children Adults and Reserved Seals 35 Rwv in Fenlon Twp hv IVGood Mr Wntkins to Miss f TCwing of Portland had trie mifortnno to disloeiite his shoulder last TTe was narripil to whprp nneded it is doing vpry nl was and he An Lost or Botwenn ihc Depot and railroad crossing northwest of 10 nearly with name of Iliinna in lirown Leave at this or Patrons 1 ld Bnltimovp ncrrro who had to LiiPria vnrs rcd a of Bnlli fh Syun a limp slat inor that although nnd HEW A general variety of Dry Goods just received by IOWA IOWA FARMS ACRES AND ON GREAT INDUCEMENTS OFFERED TO SETTLERS AND Lemons and A fresh stock just received by 13U at the City Restaurant arid American Emigrant I TT nTinrn Secretary ami f ACRES nf this nrc Located in tlie BANNER STOCK DAIRYING COUNTY IN THE Colored For persons having weak For twentyfive cents a pair by lw Most of this Land is FIRSTCLASS Sc SOIL RICH BLACK THREE A SOLEMN That Spear has the largost stock of CLOTHING to be found in and is actually Climate Rain or Mud in tut little OneRAILROAD Through the and a jood prospect of notlicr very Overcoats for apiece and othei goods proportionally 4tf to For lotins on llcnl apply to KOSSUTII COUNTY 127 WHEAT pay This County has a very popular HERD and all stock is under the care ot Hence no expense for except for Herding Stock cost 75 jentsfor Cattle and for Horses for the GO D went over to Mason City last week to make a visit and attend to professional bus Bush and Strenter are engaged in looking over the books and nettling with the county poor woman who had corao to Algona to find employment lost her trunk and all her clothing in the fire of Monday Baptist Society Sociable will lie at the church and parsonage next Saturday at 2 All fiitiiids are No Langdon returned from his eastern trip through Wisconsin and and reports times everywhere about like times Bongey intends for pmPrginoips erect sheds for housing the teams of his Mo will build ou a large scale until s Dnlton name near having a damaging fire in his grocery hsl The blaze broke out in the but wu extinguished be werp not in Africa ho would like to he without it in his A Cooler Creamm1 has on from be exhibited at our Dairy nnd is now on trill in dairy of Woloott WV havo a cow fptter for use on kiikinar Oilier dairy imple ments will be received prior to the A As the writer ot the paragraph In last vecks referring to the offi cering of reform I desire to dls latinany thought of reflecting upon Hie name of any of the renllcmcD therein nil of whom I renal led as ray icrsonal notwithstanding the frequent antagonisms ol What was said was lightly nnd without stopping In consider whnt niiiiiit he inferred from whnl preceded It ia the same I was surprised to learn of the unkind If unnntural oonstriin linn placed upon it by and I cannot in justice to nlow HIR impression Hint I crinlcl intend causelessly to wound feellnss of fellow citizens and friends less that I could to injure lliom fn their to ohtalu cur renoy without my most emphatic MILTON TAYLOR of Lolls Creek Irmrlsus n notice of a donation party to he held a the Walk or School House In that lownshii on to open at 10 oclock the worthy of Ilio Greenwood is to he the donee in this nnd we ure desired by Taylor In ex tend a cordial invitation to all tlie friends to attend the party and hrinir anything they mnv huve to or to come empty nrtdltlonnl Inftli mAke ft In nomiarlel t from fofelim aaeompitnled Iiy fnr one year or WH time If one tdfltn t aruenilaf advertising 1 haudcd if no better recently a member of the Central Illinois now a resident of Lotts WE take this earliest opportunity disavow any intention to injure feelings or reputation of any f our citizens by our suggestion of ast week relative to the officering f a Blue Ribbon Where the parlies named are well known the item should be regarded as a pleas as was and to right any wrong impression that may have gone by reason of onr we will add the supple mentary statement that there was no on our as some are to tha impression that tho nam ed are hard For aught we know to the contrary some of these men are total while others may occasionally indulge in a moderate Among the par ties named are some whftrn we have always regarded as personal we especially would not have these suppose that we would delib erately do anything to compromise their reputations or forfeit their cood We make this amende JAMES PHYSICIAN Penilon home south east PHYSICIAN ft office on next door to Fords ARrlctiKnfiil DRUGGIST STATIONED neaUr 111 Corner nf 81 Tliorlngton PflYSiriAN AND Machine Tliorlngton Opposite Court of the assessors of the townohins of thii county several in has offered his services as singing teacher to all who desireto He holds forth at Walker School every commencing at 7 Last Thursday evening the house was every seat be very interesting and steps were A was Meal at Siftud Akron Oat 13H convention last at the Auditors to agree upon a uni form of assessing property of thn The dis and transactions of that meeting will no Vie productive of some reforms in the taxation of FOB tbo information of parties we will state that the of cheese kept nt bome for patrons i entirely is rewroUnd that patrons di1 not more generally draw out thoir beese before as the home supply is already A large amount have been in hulk too much otherwise supply would have been Formerly of hivs opened Over Sheatz Drug 8 to re f whore hn will be pleiwed to wait upon alt lug HVDII JONES Successors to If REAL ESTATE NO LOAN AQENT Notaries Public and Heal estat Pnitlrulnr attcitt all kinds taken to procure a supply of books the Song These schools will probably continue until All are invite to A Sundayschool revival meeting and Institute will be held at 7 oclock next Friday at the Baptist Conducted by their Genera Missionary for the on this plan Our Aims in this by the Success in the Sundayschool it how by the General conference on above sub Normal drill by the Other meetings will be held Satnr day and honorable solely as a mutter of and regret that the slightest to any fellow although should have been interpreted from any publication of the A very serious fire broke out in thestable of this Bongey House on yesterday the discovery eing made at about 2 The arm brought out a large id by active and persistent efforts ie flames were confined to the hich was entirely r with twenty five ten tons f three hundred bushels of oats given to correcting and iinrffiotlng and payitiK nf taxes tor Have the f complete abstract of tltlfc to rinl tn K siith A cents tor the JKtnn and Fba rnsiirniicp IS This Company 1ms deckled to REDUCE THE PHIOE of their Best Lands to to per Acre to Actual Settlors during the year For further call ou or address mas Notice to Pay All persons indebted to me on liook or are rerjuestid to pay tho same to my who has care uf the and who will receipt for thn II if H TRY DBESS Anewstookof Chenille received Gingham and Prints just bv 13 14 Co Boss Goods ami Boss That is what you Vill find by visiting Wood worths New examining his large K ock of New Goods and inquiring George is bound to trade if ie doesnt a and that is to 49 tf Warranted from the crop of nd miuih better and stronger than Id hops that have lain on shelves or For sale by 2w IN SIUVERWARE JEWELRY CLOCKS WATCHES Kossuth Co Captlal UNDKK K HAL LAW 8 Off Collections made on all points mid a baultmg business Ilissmigor to and from the old countries sold tit lowest Vice President Ht M Algona WQV04TiONAl WSTlTUflQy 0 NOTICE TO LUMBER HUYEUS fore it had gained much TCirley has become possessor of a Western Cottage Organ of princely power and It is the one used at the Vice Presi dents McCoy reports dealers paying as high as per for live hogs lust Ninety wagon loads were unloaded in that lively burg in one Cherokee county sending up a large nice active rat terrier dog dropped dead on the streets Monday snpposably the o hnving swallowed something that with its little cheese manufactured by J Johnson of Swea has boon sold Th price obtai ledwas not equal to the expectations of the bu there is no disposition to abandon the squares are a great bless ing1 to the We can sa the of Bulls Baby Syrup isr Arctic Overshoes WOOPWOKTfl purclmscfd i lartjro stock early in the season and supply demands at a lower mi than thn same of over shoe can now be obtained for AT Everybody is invited to walk inti the New York Store nnd Lei the very and HKST overshotto be found in any Hf AWFUL brills tinvun in selli iriiciCiiS in the very lowest figurus Walk in and for COST Iroui manulnc Sen niceLilt In this 35OU In the JOHNSON SSSK Sheriff s Bale by Ircullt court OJ tossmm Notice U hereby that by viivu arsffsKSHiSiS w to fiminut the ImuUi i i UtU uf f nirlora oeiook 4 TUB looses most grievous to be as the of the late fire those of noor farmers whose liorsos were suffocated and Rfveral of these have their onlv nennsof gaininw a and re unnbe to pronnrn other orses unless by charitable Theirs a deplorable case nd wft bespeak for them such aid our people their eople may be able to OP all our townsmen we know of o one whose sympathies have gone more strongly and unselfishly oward tlie poor men whose horses vere burned in the late than lave those of This ictnleman has apparently forgotten lis own losses and remembers only the great misfortune of those who were his guests on that disastrous The following is the list of Gram Jurors drawn for Samnu Charles Wood Lafayette A Friser M Clarke Alfre E The following are the names o ie Putit Jurirs for tho March ten f the District Court Smith B Wu Hanm P Cran Joseph Rancy nmuel Mo We are indebted to Clerk Benhan or the Stoves Stoves for the MILLION Surely no onu need go stoveles while Smjth has such ft large assortment of styles which hn otters to unit There are more ft score of it is remedy for the on re o all diseases bahvhood has to enooun Price only 25 The editor of ths Vindicator ban not to get nto a row with any of his editorial for six and now he to an tho busi But we spare change in temiieraturo quite rapid Sunffnv and Mondav morninsrs On the for mer moriiiner the mercurv stood 13 below and on the indiyating a change of 3U in 21 A meeting of of factory Not Lotta Creek wn held on consider future Tt Such self forgetftilness is worthy the best of men and is doubt less one of the secrets of Mr Bonereys success as a hotel pro TUB Palo Alto Reporter publishe a circular which a business firm i Emmetsburij has been sending u to its Eastern advis ing subscribers for the Reporter t drop it and tike another Th Itfpiirter says that the firm carryin styles of COOKING STOVES nnd liANGES either for worn or coal NOTARY Base BUHN ING PARLOR and PARLOR COOK far burning SOFT PARLOR HEATING STOVES for burning adapted to heat RALLS e rooms HQ Besides Smith general stool of constantly on hand the very hwt STOCK PCMP to found in Term Tfeotf cure I What f 4YER8 fJtliS for purgative pur Of Ihat require l PSgr4B4TOBV wut 4Bfi ctn several in every 48 many have been a4uitf to thousht to postpone definite action until after the finftl settle ment of the free lecture in Chapel will be on Wednesday the 20th instead o Monday the 27th announced A sociable will follow the Every espect a rare Livermore will lecture in on the of in mead of the as first announced Her subject will The Coming Kor seven op eight year has been the mos popular lecturer in tha I rare trent to bear friend to know i IB to the It is to at tempt hurriedly io ereot in a room fiiflt too low experiment ulirays uttenled will enyuent au4 in addition t the whole resuft in i of ill the Non hut idiots bang io ths Sheldon TUoey of Qpralitos of Jos with bU child arrived in this count on bftam fo years a teauher iu Ualifprnut He reports harder there iha ootwithatajidiog that wwaey BONGEY HOUSE Proprietor Good Stnblliifr Thoilngton 8tr louth Bus to nnrt from nil DeaVer In READYMADE KA BOOTS Stnte Ladies Emporium MILLINERY LADTKS FVKKKmtrn aoor Full Line of the Latest at oppnsltt 391 Dealers Lumber and to m and Office mid Yard on State of f Denlnrin Drr Stste wtst door Watsons Atpon SBP s mean revenge for its failure t run that We think th Hiva will accepted by disinter sted persons as a plausible oxplana m of this si range as in very town thore are men who try o riiia wherever they fail to Oim copy of the Reporter shows ml the Palo Alto Board of Super although controlled by Dem refused to canvass the lectiiii ret in This is not exactly i accord with the sought o bts conveyed to the Kissuth Co ioard by the legal luminary who ery kindly sought to relieve the ear people by faking upon himself he duty of electing and seating a Jongressnvvn from reliable information that the of the soattprini vote of alo AHo was about being entered Fountain has thrown up his lease of MrUichardsono which has been known as the Fountain House during the period his and Richard sou is running the house on own Fountain conducted the iptel in firot rate style and won the unstinted praise of all who enjoyed iu and we regret that ensutfioiqiit patronage compelled him to give He now installed as clerk at the starts out well and will no doubt prove a popular god I Cballeuire Tbe Wotfd WUea we wo wo have to that SUiloUa Cousuwp The Lodge of Good Tern plars will be held at the Hall of Earnest on the Uth and 32th f next Arrangements will be perfected for a number one time on that Delegates are expected from Algona and They will be waimlv In The Independent is just one day abend of Tho first day of the session is February 12 There is every prospect of a ful delegation from in nddilioi to tlio officers who reside who will probably not bo elected as delo You will have your hand Adams if every place turn out as Algona proposes Tins is tha time for again takinj into consideration the subjqct o organizing u Hook and Ladde da large number of harness and luable A stitt lireeze xvas lowing from the which iirried the cinders and intense irectly to the only xbout four r five rods but by keeping lie roof and sides of the building with water the destructive was Bongpy was tlie to open the stable nd before he did so the trnoke was o dense as to put the rescue of the mprisoned horses out of the ques if they had not already siiffio which is Bon gey that as he opened the loor a man whose team WHS in the stable came rnnning up and dodged ly him he had ardly entered before he fell to the by the thick md had only power to crawl out nto the open air in tiim to prevent the door being closed upon The capacity of the barn is 50 nnd it is usually crowded to its full but luckily on Monday night nly the number above niuntd were The losers are largely far none of whom could afford to and upon a number of whom the calamity comes with crushing r A The origin of the fire is inl1 volved in Everything Wsl apparently rightat 12 when the premises were It is House ft Sign Olaz all but incredible that anyone in the f 1 All work done nt nrtoes to suit liiman form could be guilty or tlie amlln the latust style of the K i I nsnlers In i nd imined Stnte of J See ROBINSON Dealers lo H McCormlnS Kcaner repnsrs hep Stute Sec artvertlsemeii Denier In every dnscrtntlon nf Farm for Oil slntp Rw inrbnrity of setting tireto a barn nil of horses with tho knowledge I liat the vengeful spark would prob bly consume the whole adjacent unrter of Yet the theory of ncendiarisin is entertained by ind the suspicion is strengthened by he recollection of the circumstances of the burning of Hawes stable I few months The following isj a list of individual as as they have been ascertained Company for protection against th spread of fire in low INSTRUMENTAL SLAOLE IS 01VI esmvlinre TVrms nnr nnnttpl at Ipisnns with use of Ptano for piii 1 by Ji LIVKRY T 11 ses and o bnr nor LAMB KERPJ BEST OF HOUSES AND JOT talveti Terms nu hofcli Ne smith of UanKh50uth CABINET CabinetMake Bmrt OooUnnt Bottom Wnit Bennlrfnir Cure U decidedly the best I as uiucU will cure a eoujuioo or OUrouio in eve half lUe tiue relieve aaa mow of than It will where they It U spasmadoii interest is always in this matter dneotly after a tire i but the interest flags and die out in a few short The con luct of the crowd at the late fire was in the and to the coolness and efficiency ex hibited weare no doubt indebted for the confinement of the flames to the building in which they first But this coolness and efficiency cannot be depended and it is desirable that men be drilled and taught to work together at any and all tiroes when needed Doubt less have some citizun who can take hold of this matter and organize and drill i company of young men for Quit readers are referredto the advertisement of the lecture of in another This will probably he thelast opportunity onr people will have of listening t this justly noted and the opportunity should not It It is highly creditable to our town and people thttt a jeoturer f Mrs Livcnuorus fame can be secured for 4 lecture and we have doubt that the who have the matter in charge will be sustained in their creditable work by a general turning out to enjoy the Tha lecture to he delivered T is pronounced by tboae who heard it to be one of the uwat JEWELS Harness and Henry Armstrong 2 horses and Armstrong 2 horses and AND PK Peter I ivi KIKIM Jfl 3 saddles ind 2 10 2 horses and 2 3 harness and 2 horses and horses and Lute horse 10 tons 300 bushels Insured for W Watchmaker and Bronwii haj ramntly to ne door went of Sinltnl hwf Ifu work U before and those who send five cents to Jaws for it will be In stead of cheap as the price would geeru to Ihey will receive 8 very work of 100 and perhaps 5 op ALGONA ME AT PeTEB AtePOsT o Dot oo Uie very UtBt of K Mt off o the elegaut that we would post riua of are and no cultivator of AU fit of to or in 9 iff Price 10 89 awl HOft   

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