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Algona Republican (Newspaper) - January 29, 1879, Algona, Iowa Algona AlgontiBepMi AdveMlsfnff htifl j4nf irflf In 00 Hit Months In j 00 co VIII KOSSUTH JANUARY DEALER IN THE CHEAPEST AND BEST LINE OF BUFFALO OVERCOATS IN OETE PHIOB TO GOODS REPRESENTED JUST AS THEY Mary ONE OF THE MOST ELOQUENT AND LOGICAL OF PUBLIC SPEAKERS and ADMIT TED TO BE THE ABLEST WOMAN LECTURER IN THIS WOULD WILL LECTURE IN ON THE EVENING OF SUBJECT The Coming The lecture is to bo under the aus pices ot tho Algona Monday IOWA S IOWA 5 FARMS ACRES OM GREAT INDUCEMENTS OFFERED TO By Araeriean Emigrant Pnslilint I ACRES oftlils nro Loratca in KOSSUTH tlie BANNER STO P Al RYINC CO U NT Y IN THE this Land is OIIAIN SOIL RiCH BLACK THREE Climate No Eain or Mud in but little One Througli the and a pood prospect of notlier very 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 costs 7S cents for Cattle and SI for Horses for the GOOD This Company lias decided to TIEDUCE THE PHIfK of tlieir Best Lands to per Acre to Actual Settlers duriug the year For further call on or address M vllk toni It tW un UMO to limi M ibo mininim j U UaaiA I ud jrour JM Elogi and fitted with Combination Pedlen cannot get tbWBk 3 O DEALER IN SILVERWARE JEWELRY CLOCKS WATCHES Kossuth Go Captlal INCORPORATED UNDER TUX GEN ERAL LA WB OF 10 Colldctloiis nmile on ull points and u geneiil liankinij business russimjer tlakeU to and from the old oomitriussold at lovvwl rice LKW H Ti NQTICE TO LUMBER BUYERS I can liandlMtumbor from 25 TO 60 CENT tliiUi I could If compelled to haul It a I SHALL CONTINUE MAKING THI DEDUCTION UNTIL 1UIUES UET DOWN T COST nun nwuufaoturern prices lor See PiIcoLlst in JOHNSON Algona INSTITUTION Slievirts Notice Is hereby that by virtue of special to mo directed by the tiler ol clrcuiit court o Kossuth Iowa against the of Ben administrator of the estate of Uvlii In favor of will oiler nt public tu the highest and bes for at the door of tlie cuurl house I Ull atlIM Mljt and Iiituniat In tu the loUmvlua real sliuiitftd In KossuUi tlio lUllli half I tlie aiiulheast qiwitw or sec Winter Term Opens CLASSICAL and WBOA8D eau lit pruciired Iu wlvate laml lles at low or students may Uliv uud buwd Ifw at Fiuawfal or lbT1J BUorllJ li15 in 7 no It HO 0 25 1 35 M 10 lO nrrlvo i Icuve ALUONA 1 IcftVfi 1 M 5 flAPNKtt CITV 30 RiiirNim 05 cirv 05 T l 11 i Dairy Fair opens Board of Supervisors are to neet next College is receiving frequent eenforcemeats from the outside Greenwood has There is no Monday Club folks have ust deceived a new lot of books for heir ladies of tho Monday Club meet with Hawes next GOOD GOODS Where Why at of and at pi ices which will asHonish you for is tf to Reads Mnsio Miposito the Court for all kinds of Musical They ivill not lie nor surpassed n tin1 quality or variety of thcii TlicyJiim sup ly yon with aiiythinu from a piiiny to a thoiisatul dolliir Call and Ksiiv and other Organs nlwnyt in 15 Wliat the IIowc Machiae In regard to this man we do know him and tannni roniHinlnr evoispiling him trits 2nd hand goods from in our city or 1516 Oysters it the City Restaurant and A SOLEMN That Spear has tho largest stock of CLOTHING to be found in and is actually offering Overcoats for apiece and othei proportionally 4tf I would respectfully solicit a share f the public All fits Shop over Cleary Caulkins store south ot the public 15tf to For loans on Iteal Estate apply to KOSSUTH COUNTY 127 Notice to Pay All persons to me on book or are to pay the same to my who has care of the and who will receipt for tho 11tf Boss Goods and Boss That is what you will find by visiting Woodworths New examining his large of New Goods and inquiring George is bound to trade il no doesnt lay up a and that is the place to 49 tf WOOD WORTH purchased a large stock early in the season anc can supply all demands at a lowei price than the same quality of over shoe can now be obtained for AT WHOLESALE Everybody is invitee to walk into the New York Store and get the very WARMEST nnd UEST overshoe to be found in an itf Stoves for the o MILLION Surely no ono need go stoveles while Smith has such a large assortment of styles which h offers at prices to suit everybody There are more Mian a score o styles of COOKING STOVES an RANGES either for wood or coa ROTARY Base BURN ING PARLOR and PARLOR COOK for burning SOFT and PARLOR HEATING STOVES for burning WOOD ST0VES specially adapted to heat ing HALLS o SCHOOfj Besides tliese Smith keeps a general slock o HARDWARE and anct kteps constantly hand the ver best STOCK PIMP to be found ii the has severa choice styles nf organs which he is celling ui low from t iu every resptct equal to as many have been asking 1125 to 1215 Between thu and court inside the latter a string of coral about si inches in marker VJay Also a liueliandkerohiif with M iComxtouks primod le finder will please leave these al the store of Com Stock and receive their R M MO iu one small iSm ittOttnted This will be returned to I ating owner ol a Greenback discount on Clark of nne of Revolution milk pan arrive in Algona ast evpninpf with a model 6f his pan or exhibition at the Bush and Stiieter expect to finish their in cstigalion of the Treasurers books y the middle of this week and be ible to report to the full Board next will Monday is having some deoid I improvements made in the lusaell tho is ooking for a consignment of lumber cor his new that Liver mores leclure cotnes off one week rom this of is visiiing her in Bongey has erected sheds Tor temporary use until his large barn is for the Dairy Fair were quitft brisk giving promise of lively times to Bongeys new barn wilt be 32 by 100 feet on the ground and 17 eet high at tho Townserid held Protestant ipisuopal service at Universalist Jliajjel on Sunday White returned to Al joint on Saturday after a risit to his Wisconsin other remedy has proved so in relieving coughs and as Bulls Cough EnimeUbnrg Dramatic Club will render The Charcoal tinnier viSth and and Ford spent last Sabbath with the family of Jonductor Cadwell in thaw of the last lew days las teetotally spoiled but las left wheeling in excellent con McAllister came in on Monday and made the first entry of mtter for the Dairy en in Pilot tells of the tilling of deer in Palo Alto a few days Deer are plenty all irouiid this relaxing weather of the jnst wefck has been very favorable the introduction ot bad colds in tho Elder Leggett came over on evening from his school 10 nake us a short He is highly with his has ifigun his perigriations and will nark you down as the owner of a jonanza if you desire Lpggett has recently spent a week in visiting his friends n Jin is employed in teaching in this see it Plated thai Mannhes terjias sold nearly a million dollars worth of butter and cheese this sea That looks like Mason Cleai Garner and Emrnetsburg sent outvisiting delegates to the naaquerade of Monday night UniversalUt social will be heldat the residence of M Ipraith Ihis There will doubtless bo a large iNo light has yet been throwi upijn the question who set BongeyV liarn HO fur as the public knows But we all know the barn burnt Old and new subscribers contin ue to come in and take advantage ol offer of the Stock Journal as a And still there is room Correspondence has been open ed with the object of securing the services of the temper for a few evenings at con Do not forget Dolljveri lecture at College Chapel this even Dolliver comes highly A social will follow thu will suffer serious de prpssion under the recent dispiriting Ions of The cry will be Karapb Where bai thy spirit 1 A a i THE Congl Sewing Society will in held at the Church Thursday Supper from to 8 Oysters and oilier Supper 15 Oysters 10 social time is Gilfield informs us that a lecturer on Odd Fel will speak in Court House llnll on Thursday February Admission All are if not fatal blow has bepq Btruok at the success of tin Blue Ribbon Convention Water Pitt Noble Oavatu lias refubed to endorse its was a meeting of Wnseed Oil manufacturers in last at meeting the uiiue to be paid for next seasons orop vf flux send was to have been subjeut of Bwrnardi Sunday evening lecture was Hannah Tl is wan one of the series utlauture on the eminent women of the Bible wl iuh he U deliveriiig from Baptists have held several Sunday School meetings during th at which by talent fronj We dont to have tbe parlicu to anyone will build and operate a cream there next The busi uuiS men are bBgiiiniug jto th advantages of the nev uael and applUuoes of up jast all l farcuejs thjeirpei V vbe HONI that muuh of this U Lodge of Good Templars elected its delegates to the District Lodge at Dakota al ita meeting last Friday The following are ho nnmea of the deleiraleselect E and II Eugene and Willis Mias Ada Miss Lottie The heavenly phenomenon was set down for last Thursday eve the conjunction of Venus and was invisible at thin owing to the clouded The sight would have been well worth looking TUB ladies of the Monday Club may now give tlieir days and nights M the study of as our beneficent Representative has sup ilied them with four volumes of Agricultural they may We are las sold the W County Monitor formerly of the lampton flathway has ipon a success as a newspaper writer and should not quit the part of the East rn mail now comes from the wust on the morning It comes from icajro on the Central ivute to LeMars whereby asav ng of time is Taylor of Spencer is over having been relieved by Eirly who takes the western nd of the business for a Taylor has been lidding to his great s longitudinally since living in We have received a valuable contribution from the pen of which we arc compelled lay over till next An inter sting letter from who writes from also awaits its farmers to calling each other pet names in front of Durants and ono of them broke a window in tho vain attempt to nsert his friend in the There ivas a crowd on hand to witness the John Scott of irrived in town last evening to at tend tho dairymens 11 addi tion to the address advertised fin it is expected that he will join in the discussion carried on by e WK had the pleasure of a most enjoyable chat with attorney llarri son of Emmetsburg one day last Hope he will call Harrison proposes in a week or so to take an extensivetrip over the Kansas and Colorado in his TuuiiE seems to be a clashing in the announcements for this evenin Ward of Wesley being on the programme for an address in Court House and Dollivei for a Ificture in College Chapel Some mutually satisfactory Arrange ment will doubtless be made today Henry Perkins takes a hand in the Emmetsburg and now we shall not know so well tc whom to attribute all the goodness in that but if there is any wickedness in it we shall know it conies straight from IT is a sad sight to see an oated person on the How much more so is it to see a dull anc sickly rendered so by the u of dangerous opiates Bulls Baby Syrup contains nothing injuri oils and may be given by themost delicate is that Sanitary Com mission Premium su nobly won by Kossuth County dur ing the late war The last time it was seen the democrats had it dis played at one of their meetings in Court House speak in the name of the Continental Congress where is that flag thanks of the Reporter are due to Secretary of the Monday at foi oomplinjenury tickets to a lecture by Mury Livermore at that place on the 5th of The of the lecture is The Coin ing We think several of us ought to go over and bear the I Wish Every to Know Gwfge an old citizen ot viuinUy kuowu to every oue iBoat iufltjeuUa asd if tUe OJweU just tbU Bopped io our stare to every Uody to toow I coosii Uut fcotti wyssll wife owe QWf Misuwntlcift H b count netSsai RAUsfootioa in iurt leu h ive already put in a considerable supply of tho frigid solid in preparation for the season when it wont inokca family mad to have a chunk of ice taken into tho Two items from the Vindicator We iindirstand Miss Edith Graves ntends again reluming to Al ona college and financiul agent of the Algona college made is a pleasiint call The utter gentleman was working up the interests of tho college very BOTH tho llnmboUU County the Independent and are plastered over with notices of railroad Thems what s making bloated bondholders of he Ilumboldt newspaper Never want to encourage a while this demand indeed Sooner cut off your ight hand than permit your counij 3 be invaded by a railroad OCR Methodist friends are taking steps to build a house of worship in Algona the coming Mitchell has secured a donation of from the Church Extention and hopes to be to seen re urther donations from private tarties to make the project a This church has been for several years laboring under the disadvant of holding services away to one idu of and tins disadvantage will be removed if possible in the location of the new A CASK of personal violence occur ed on that usually harmonious thor nigh State the engagement being between a young and an old The latter floored the youth and limsulf upon the pit of bis rotn which highly desirable position ie was dislodged by a benevolent and the under dog exhib ited his bad manners by administer ing his venerable antagonist a blow on the nose with his Why do nen select the public streets for this und of amusement of Des Moines will in Algona on Fuby and will preach in Court Iouse Hall morning and Effingor is a man of superior ability and pleasing as many of our people who heard him on a former visit will and we have no doubt he will be greeted by a full We understand it to be in contemplation to have neeling while Eltinger is here to take into consideration the matter of erecting n union church WHO would imagine that hard times has a permanent resilience in after taking account of the masquerade ball on Monday Theie were sold on thai occasion US tickets at Si OD tickets at 25 cents and supper tickets to l ho amount of In addition more than 8100 must have been expended in costume This makes an ansiregate of jnore than expanded by our people in ono evening for That gaunt wolf has probably vacated his sta tion at iho door and sneaked away to tho HAUT has been try ing the Cooley Creamer in his dairy andmakes a very flattering report of the practical working of Ho weighed his milk and found that he obtained a pound of butter from a little less than ten pounds of by using thu Cream The butter came fiom thu churn of a pure golden a creamspeck to mar its Tlie only objection that can be made to this creamer is its and unless something equally as good but in can be brought the creamer would seem to be the most profitable to JUDGB WEAVE it recently purchas ed what he supposed be a very iunocent and soberminded but tho animal seems to turn out a regular having run away the second time within a few in the tirst instance getting the start of the Judge and slinging him off on a and last week dashing away at a furious rate and throwing Mis Weaver and another Udy out of the cutter in an equally unceremonious In neither case has serious injury but that kind of programme cannot be kept up indef initely without more or less dangei of serious to some A good atory comes to u in eon nectiou with the November 4 thrifty farmer had been employ ed to assist in conducting that tion at a not hundred tjhis farmer fioga to and the weiglimaster stepped around to attend to the this oucalio manufacturer of states men stepped upon the scales alaug side bin and was receiving pay far himself at two cents the er being the candidate for ifhttin he Wo wuul4 have orediteijl this story had H not f roffli source and Uagg by aod 4 wig of the stood by We heard a traveling man who has been on thu road for on tlint the trnpluyes on the Milwnukcc Pun I wens tlio most uentleinnnly ind auonininoclating of any on all tho linen he had and ive agree with LrvKRMoiiu is 10 deliver her Tht Coming at Minneapolis Speaking of this noted the Pioneer Press says Livurmoifi is justly called the queen of She is the grand woman of The whose influence will he felt long after she has ceased her active She is loyal to her ideas of and true to her highest con ceptions of a royal Those who have heard this gifted will be glad of thp opportunity to listen to her and any who have not heard IiW should not fail to be suppose what is good advice in Minneapolis is equally good in i TuonjoiUKG reports the re cent arrival of several new students for the Uol Among others are Miller of Furu Palo Alto who was formerly a teacner in Canada andnow deciies to become initiated into American She will bring others at the next term Miss Edith Graves of Estherville also tho Misses two daughters of Schryver of this residing north of Thornburg is meeting with great success in work ing up patronage for the The lowering of the tuition to meet the demand of the add ed to the fact that the range of studies has been enlargid to the is having a good t drawing fiofegslotmt HtnniUiiKAdverllsPiiiAnts BitsHioss ifcntd flr 5 Ilnft nmtUlotml wi Trnnslnut luul 9J pef for first wunk 50 nditltlnnni ot mnh mnhfl n mintim In nmvnni In iilnriifriim fiirelim nrtvcitlsfeM ultrtwM fill oi iiccnmtmnlhrt by mlnlttciicP or fnl tlinftlf nno of nilvcrtlsijig pAvnlile In JAMES fTlYHKH AN ft Pwtlnn Bslilcnpfi nrst hnmcftnnth CnnirtorntlnMll nfflip miltli 1ij dARFIELDr cmce rm next donrtn KoixtsAKilciillinal DRUGGIST STATIONED Dewier In PnlnH ronter Slntp in t Tlinrlngtnn Atgnim T4SO AND HEWIVII UfArtt O MiipliltiB Thoilngton j flitpmlte Oinift IToittc f Formerly of 1ms oprnnrt an Over Sheetz Drug wlisrs hfl willbe pleased to wait uiiim nil inn JONES Successors to EntiiWIshed ATTYS REAL ESTATE ND LOAN Ytsrles Pnlillc niul IteiilWato cf nil Kinds bniiElit and Ilirtlcnlnr iiMonUnni KIVPII to Bnrrpnttna nnd nerfoctlnp nnd tho paylnenf taxeH for noniosldenti Have tlip oiilr Binmilcto nbstmct of title to iinl estntp In siitli AKPiifs for tlie and Ilitpi i fiisiirance II 4 Desilcr In READYMADE BOOTS Stnte Ladies t MILLINERY THE fact having comp to the knowledge of Sheriff Pinkerton that one Charles Kampf was violating the law in selling intoxicating liq uors at Whiltemore in this the officer named filed infor mation with Justice by whom warrants were issued and Kampf proceeded Pin kerton proceeded to Whittemore on night and fouiid his man and the spirits as He tele graphed yesterday morning for an extra and the wet groceries were brought to together with their under oftiYial Theseiznre invoices as follows one badly scared Teutonic saloon twoandonehalf barrels whiski one half barrel one keg five kegs port five bottles The issue will be disposed of next Kampf giving bail in the Hiuuot for appearance at that THE annual Jhib on Monday WHS one of iliu most suuuiissltil iii ull of iiny that has ouuurrud under ils ails There must have been 150 to masquers on the floor at ten and the sueno was as guy and brilliant as ever been pre sented on nn The disguises were of evury it would that inuciiuuy ooulil nnd when the floor was filled with the motley tripping to the musio of move the most stolid Larfje numbms chose to the maskj owing excessive Prob ably there were iu all 250 on the while a Urge number of inter ested spectators oituiipieri the jral Tlu niter of ing any incntirin f more than a small number of tho costumes deter mines us not to the role of a IN conversing wiili members the Board of Supervisors wo find these gentlemen more and more in ulined to tayur the making and publication peiiodiuaL ottiuial of tlie state of the county with itemized au of It has al ways seemed to us to be due the pilblio to be informed of thesti that they may Jinow wbat usg ia boing wuae of money they pay in If money ia being squandered in any direotioa the voters and taxpayers a righl to be informed to the end that vbey may apply An4 if tho peoples money is being carefully and economically fact should be made known to sileooe criticism iosur thja retention of eoonomtoal These tjnanyial reports not so much favors to be far by papule us vliey i tbe peoples TJie Oe ftve te at to ta uf life tttji re it fy blf winmm tuat tlie life ftn to ovgrik BONGEY Cifidd Rtnlillnfr Tlnnlncton oiith of Pnliiic si lins to and from all l AND Full Line o1 the Latest at state tlip C r HANCOCK Denier in Dry flroeenp nnalBra In rrv Clotlilne nd cniinnil jState of Baiifc Sec Dealers In HKiitm State aiherlhcmept Denier 111 nvery OBSiiiInlioii of pHrm Mncliliieiv iTOiit LfiwedOII Co UA ittc Hfip SLAOLE IS 01VINO or 2I1RSSIII is iw f on nci nnnrlpr of witli IISB oi Plnnu rnr JloL A LAM3 KBKPS 11ST OP KOflMN ANn iHss taken to imv iinrl ofr IIB Ituni n nistiii tin nnnot mill Velmiclrii south ot noutWmt nlr i C1AJ1ZIVRT Watchmaker and Coldsm Brnnann riwntlv loontod In A tiur Hsl2 CabinetMakerE AVW W Kivns OK u 1 HI wt olf OoinK nl IViTtom Al A LCONA MEAT IWA t r
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