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   Algona Republican (Newspaper) - February 19, 1879, Algona, Iowa                                KOSSUTH FEBRUARY THE CHEAPEST AND BEST LINE OF BUFFALO OVERCOATS IN O2TE PHSCB TO GOODS REPRESENTED JUST AS THEY IOWA IOWA JFARMS ACRES AND OM GREAT INDUCEMENTS OFFERED TO SETTLERS AND By American Eraigrant i Secretary and f ACRES of this fiAND nro Located in KOSSUTH the Most Of this Land Is JflltSTCLASS C3RASS SOIL RICH BLACK THREE Olimato No Eain or Mud in Abut littlellnow One RAEtKOAD Tlirougli the and a good prospect or nothcr very WHEAT pay This County has a very popular HERD and all stociTisTTnTleTthe no expense for except for Hording Stock costs 75 cents for Cattle and SI for Horses for tlisTeason Cniiipuny lms declfled to REDUCE TUB PIUCE of Ihoir Host Lands to to per to Acliiul Bottlers during tlio ycnr Pur furlber rsll m or nddross e M IS C in r W u Cj G k IQ HUB Uin iirtoth not your tltfnprlr SiUo wraoa it mo ro dj It wwlid mttuu P1 By Kioga Symtom and fitted with ComTilnatlon FerfacteA Pedlera cannot cot For Sole wly o W M M O Tl O Q m IN SILVERWARE JEWELRY CLOCKS WATCHES Kussuth Go CaptlaJ 1 NO vice Priaiaent Mww NOTICE TO LUMBER BUYEK8 I CHII haudle LninUer from 25 TO 60 CICSTS IKUTHUUSANI IlSISTCIlliAriCU Ut tlio IJCUOl than 1 could If ciiinnclltid tu huul it a f CONTINCB MAKING THIS OKnUCTWN UNTIL 1KICES JgT DOWN TO COST from manufacturers prices fur See IrlcoUst In this JOHNSON INSTITUTION 01 and I opened j Other There were cros and many otl ornaments of curious 2 M 1 IO 7 fin II 10 10 2T 1 1 nrrlvp SH ii lonvu f j Innvn n 5 RAH A M Auy rrrv lo Dried Best Alden one Khilli per pound 1718 STI5 ii 8 c nts a pound nun bo had tinsimp nf PKTKK GOOD GOODS Whore Why at of and at which will astonish you fo JQ if The it the cents per Wi undersigned will run a herd 50 er Depot the coming 50 for 2f for furnished stnrt my herd as early as the n will 17tf enson will to Reads Music opposite the Court for sill kinds of Musical They will not be nor surpassed in quality or variety of their They can sup ply you with anything from a penny to a thousand dollar Call and Estey and other Organs always on A SOLEMN I1 That Spear has the largest stock of CLOTHING to be found in and is actually oftering Overcoats for and othei goods proportionally 4tf I would respectfully solicit a share nf the mliliu All Shop over Cleary Liinlkins store south ot thu public 15tf I KOSSUTH CO to eal apply to NTY 127 Xotiee to Pay All persons indebted to mo on look or are to pay tho same to rny who has care of the tnd who will receipt for the II tf Boss Utxxls ami Boss That is what yon nill find by sitinjr Wood worths New York iixnmininsr his large lock of New Gfiods ntid inqiiirinjr Giurge is bound to tradii if H lay up n and that ic lie place to 49 tf Stoves for MILLION Surely nu ono need go while Smith has such i urgH assortment of styles which he at pricesto suit riieru nrii more Miana of of OOOK1NU STOVES and iiANUICS either for wood or coal HI FUN 1XG PA LOR and PARLOR COOT for biirnin SOFT and PARLOR HKATINC STOVKS for burning WOOD OVhS epocinlly adapted to heat HIT hirgij or SCHOOL Resides Smith keeps a general stock of HARDWARE and and keeps constantly on hand the very best STOCK PUMP to be found in i of I KUKiUTIl fbs NOlHK Is livruliy given tnwlinm it may con Unit mi lliq lltli liiyof a mi oclock ol sulil by vlrtiin of mi iinlTnf lliu Uistrtut court iiimln on the ntll diiv of lit illcaw wu tlic lv IJIiner and Flovu il Uy anid will iirouuml to sell to Dm liigliuht or the following ilcs reul tiiwll norm lutli nH of Ihn southwest of suction nuin lier tiveiityseveii In towutiliiii iiiiiiiliir one liundrcu north of runpo uuiulier twenty seven m west of the Bill l SiiUl sale lu tali i pluco at the oust door of the In In said I 1720 Sheriffs Ico Is hereby given that by virtue ot ri giiuclal tu me iHreplBil by the clerk n cliciilt eutirt of Kiiasiith Widow decked and was in hi fwalust the therein ilcs r i i V UCT it 4Oruf it I watched her with will oifcv at nubile tu the ii and helped fasten hem told her where each one and helped them Jfeeljikean Indian s Wjolioamoiupciock J a prowa of kneeling und t picture wouW be JaJ you imagine a throne oj rauise un the Dili day at Muvcli In town n euuuty of Mia 8th day ol Mi oclock i said nnvht thmnn aJFIsila dWiUllot said eawji ana ougoi w nave in and tw tim tiiiuwiiig ull ot siiltl UtlouiKl reul Wouldnt ray love for the admiring crowd ghe looked up ajid about to one of tb emal old bores no matter w you are always to be found came and began tell of Iiis reminiscences what sea was twenty iilug W In Kossutli tu comujieuoe ut tlio uuiti uf 2 o Witness wy baud thin loth day of nis Bberitc Sheriffs ereby trlvo to uio Notice U hereby that by virtue cy arc informed that Lutaii erecting a hotel build ing near the tho Mason City Insurance was in town from Saturday until Indies of the Monday Clnr will hold their next mpoting at thp ij of Miss Mary daughter of Judge Imp rpturned to Al gonii after an absence af some Armstrong returned to Des Moines ycctprdny Tie ex pcuts to return with his family it two Valentines last camo find wnnt without serious disaster to either young or that we hear Spenoor and ftuveral oilier slim shadowy Algonians havp their wound with yards o woolen Awful is not morn sinful than neglecting a For only 25 cents yon can buy n liottlw of Dr Hulls Cough Syrup and bo savec from Our John was made ono of the Vice Presidents of the North western Dairymens Association the late meeting o that organisation in The last two weeks has given quite a vigorous winter experience in a friarid Wheeling continues to be the style of navigation how Bongey is preparing t build his largo hotel Tho jol was to have been given out last Saturdaybut we have not learner the names nf tho Ohnbh icqiiaitH 11s to give notice hut the nnhnnt meeting ol thp Viffilancp Com will btheld in Algona on the first Monday in full at tendance is Wo nro indebted to the Hum boldt Independent for a full report of proceedings of tho District Oood Tnmplars Lodge opened at that place last Dont miss those blackboard illustrations at the Church next Saturday Admission 25 Children IS Reserved seats at the postoffice 10 extra The eastward bound train was belated one hour or morn yesterdny tnorninar through some disability rf the A second pujjine went out and drew the train in to Dont foruret the Masquerade on Friday evening The proceeds are to swrll the Treasury of thn Al Cornet Everybody is pxpentod to be Social there with all his nt Sheets last Wednesday evening is pronounced n very pleisant The large inrty in were entertain d with vociiil and instrumental music1 nnd various Goodrich was visited by n number of his good and parishioners ihn other and the was a material inerease of the nnxlors worldly He deserves just such thn Junior of the iTirnniCAX is off for a visit to friends in this ind will be absent about two Mis address will be pretty pietnre is a healthy Dicing and well mired for lv the use nf Bulls Baby Syriip von can knen thn henlth of your Baby in splendid 25 oents a rintchins returned from Chicago last Saturday evening nftei abseniifl of some wopks from wns fortunate enough to be nble to the Reno Court nf Inquiry and the trial of Judge Sheldon Tlaney and family Algona on Monday eveninnr bound for their California home They wero acoompHmVd hy Miss Means who goes to friends and nngsibly to make her home on the western grangers of his county are discussing the subject of voting subsidies to railroads to secure theii As this is likely at gome future time to be a question at issue before the electors of Kossuth the farmers are doing well to discuss it Mitchell announced last Sunday that he had a series of on the Divinity of and would give the first of these next Our folks will be beiulitUd and entertained by listening to Mitchells grgu The people of Wesley are to celebrate Washingtons biiftt in Wpsjsv Village town day by on the gnd an4 ship Eduoational speeches basket are to be the pleasant that that of to mult Pity child its prayers the other evenjgg in this way bye How thrice be the moral Why remove fronj lip to tbiog to is a veritable elysi um among woHorn With n population of three thousand per it requires no lina no liquor and in two years has spent only weven dollars of its poor THK Board of Supervisors of Polk the county in which the city of Des Moiues is have refused to grant druggists licenses to sell intoxicating liquors for any This may be considered a pretty long si ride toward prohibition in that Ecldiolm of Greenwood in forms us that people of his township have almost decided to have a general singing convention throngh the whole of next week at Kiiinny school This will tho term and be thn fitting finale of the first trial of a township musical HAHT of Supt of Free Metho dist was expected in Al gnna last evening to assist Norton in carrying on a series of re vival Hart is said to ha a very able preacher and interest ing Hart accompanies GBEBNE at Church next Saturday He will only show how simple and universal are the greater truths of the uni but will nlso show the remark able power which illustrative teach ing has in presenting scientific NY teacher can afford to miss this of Alvin Caulkins bus teams started out from the depot alone the other evening and came rattling hack to town like Thev were canarht near the Fountain pretty nearly exhausted hut with everything in apple pie The driver came up considerably behind the runaways in a highly de moralized state of mind and of Sioux wife of Presiding Elder is expected in Aljona ere long to Mitchell in conducting a series of reliopjnus rovivnj TTfirtsough is a regularly ap pointed and licensed and is said to be a woman of great ability and of the Humboldt Inde pendent cordially indorses thenomi nation of for Governor of but thinks his by the Algona REPUBLICAN will candidates Ordi nnrily such tnlk from Adams would call for bnt we have so many nhances to get licked nearer home that we forego his ono with some degree of was out to Spirit last acting in the capacity of short hand reporter for Weavers was fortunate enougUto bo present at one of DIPWN temperance meetings and to study the methods of that successful Over ono linndrpd were secured tu the temperance and a Reform Club was organized at John Smith of the Ueacon was elected President of this Supervisor who is a native of tells us that when left that ten years there were upward of fifteen snlooiiR in full nnd rows nnd fights were of daily Tho town adopted the no license policy some time while it is now one of the liveliest and most prosperous cities of it is n bright and shining example of what a town may become in sobriety and good order hy the adoption of the temperance MeCall and keggett went oui to Fenton last Saturday evening to assist the people thera in organizing a Lodge of Ciood The soeiety was organized and numbering ihirtytwo members in The following are the Lodge Fenton Lodge 801 i by which the new organization will be Tan Muso i Jity and Jharleu papers ore for the iuii of the uolioeqse system in their respective and tro confident that a large majority of their voterc gland with The temperance of rejoice most leartily over the glorious prospect tbeir sister and we hope to hold our advanced position on aliu with theoa JIB all the But viptory pgjj ojijy be by and pemBteflt anei the enefici0ot frails of victory only by vigilance briogiug of ofeuders KIIMITNDS of Spencer wns in town yesterday nnd gave us a VVe well when Ed munds first journeyed to Spencer in company with thnt little trunk in were stowed his earthly pos Mis fniih in that growing west was greater then than but time has proven fftith perseverance and energy has mode ntir old friend ono of the acknowledged leading business men of one of the most promising of Iowa spent a tho few temperance days of last week in Spirit visiting a VViggins whom ho had induced to sign the temperance and re Other engagements prevent ed his visiting Algona for more than day and evening at this so he thought it best not to attempt He opened a series of meetings in Decorah last Saturday Drew highly recom mended a fellow to the temperance people of Algous for a series of The land agents of Emmetuburg have united in issuing the following cjill which may be of interest to some of our own real estate dealers We the undersigned land agents of seeing a nec essity for united eftort in the interest of immigration thronghot northwest and believing the time has come when there should be an organisation to this and being hopeful foi the year upon which we have just entered would invite all Real Estate Dealers in Northwestern Iowa to as semble in convention at this place on Wednesday and March 12 and 13 OUR old friend Armstrong came up from Des Moines lust week to visit his former borne and His many friends will be pained to know that the Doctors health has been failing for some time and that he finds it necessary to give up office It will be a great satisfaction to our own people to know that their old neighbor intends to return to Kossuth County once Armstrong has long enough in the home office of the State Insur ance Company at Des Moines to win the highest esteem of the and hi has been offered the very best of positions if he will consent to But he has been compelled to decline all offers on ac count of his TUB signs appear to be favorable to low prices for lumber next sum The snow in timber regions hns enabled thn lumbermen to out an unusually large number of and these vill be flouted to the mills as BOOH as tho sprirtg thaws come The scarcity of snow one year ago worked very disastrously to the lumber trade and more disastrously to the last Kossuth County will probably re a visit from the Fort Dodge and Fort Ridgley folks in a short Skould these people guarantee to tit a direct railroad cummunicsa lion with Minneapolis and Paul us well as with Des then our citizens will do well to favor a sub sidy The difference between 83 or So per ton for coal is a differ worthy of serious consideration by the farmers ami the people generally of Kossuth and when is addsd to this gain the many advantages of competition in frmghtH and direct connection by a route with that city which is liourd to be the great manufactur ing center of the great Nowthwesl when nil these things are con sidered there should be no doubt among our electors as to where their interests We have always favor ed the voting of a tax to get a north and south railroad through this and we shall favor such tax 10 any road guaranteeing reasonable Report of Algoiia Public for Mouth Ending DEPARTS High Uranimar lutcriutidl lo 2il 40 KK 88 Oil ROLL OP fligu Clifford Kate Oliva Plumn Calkins Klta Belle Alice Marshall Frank McCall Cora Marialj Mar Jennie Josie Lily Sarah Mary Ellen Jeusio Will Henry Grammar Bertlia Julia Cora Pollie Jolm Cora Lily Vira Deetl Lincoln Florence J Ames Alfred Mary Jessie Frank luternaadiftte E44ie Joseph Carrie Willie J aim Ida Louisa Beooqd PrlwaryiJosie Ploreuce E1H JJutlie Minnie plffi PrimapyJosl Prank le Qraee TIIB Humboldt Uailrnad of last came up to us all covered ovor with glory and railroad election The several townxbips of the county bad just held their and it wan found with a single these towns had voted the railroad tax in favor of the Fort Dodge and Fort Hidgely This seems to open the way to certain railroad facilities for our neighbors of Hum lioldt and we rejoice with them on this This is thi third or fourth time they have tried for a tax down and the per sistency of tho boys seems to Lave carried their IP the more honorable of those who have hilhurto favored tho licensing saloons in Algona will but take the trouble to lind out the parties who are awaiting the success of the license policy to open saloons in our the effect of their dis coveries ciiunot fail of being most satisfactory and pleasing to the no license These aspiring are the most desper reckless and lawless character to be found in any and onlyawait their opportunity to make our town a pandemonium of drunkenness and drunken rows and The restraint of the last year has added to their desperation and they mean to have their revenge by glina to the very extreme of dis graceful drunken Every property owner in is inter ested in preventing this state of things anil in securing to the town a continuance of that sobriety and re gard for peace and good order which us for months been our is certainly most gratifying to every good and loyal cicizen to be able to pass through our crowded streets of a busy for last and see not the least sign of drunkenness or loud and offensive Such a state of things is rarely seen in any and is never met with in a license The questions for our voters to consider are these Shall the present desirable state of things and shall tfona retain her present creditable distinction among the towns of the or shall we lapse to the ow level of a town of saloons and drunken broils and win the reputa tion weshall deserve by such fall a more important shall we assert our best manhood by our defend the homes and families of drinking men against the of soulless stiloon or shall in a heartless and jowardly turn these horaesand families over to be a prey to the ghouls who are even now preparing to pounce upon them Lame Siile or Chest use SHILOHS POROUS Price US Sold by mi rant and 62tf Algona Hoptiblicl Advertising PJofAMlonnl 1 ntlflytllf Hlnridliig Advci li innnli per Calpu v Hlnndlrijc Advcilfidnnnis iierfol loicnts S wnti nci line faoh iitldltlnnni wBjK8x a Ioril pet itfogtt for first 0 rpnls I of Wiff i i T Ol HB iftknniijiwifl iinmtfiflM fiiiiVn nrtvailhcw nlinMd It accompimleil by ic illtciuu foi onmiK TttYSHirAN ft Office on lien door to Aijrlnilt urnl DRUGGIST In MW 01 Corner of Stale upd JIVHTCIAN ANI Dpnlar fn hunts WlN iAOH IIS Tliorlnrtnn Strait Oiipmue Court fflV Formerly of as opennd an ofilu OverSheetr Drug fd W to wa lPotl I JONES fit Successors to EstnhlWiod AfTYS REAL ESTATE AND LOAN Notarlos rulillo HIH Ttfial estnta 1 I kinds boiiKlitiiiul ivlm uyliiffpt taxes Havotlis onltf onipfetfi jlwtrant of tlrle to real estntp In Koi iilli Ajtonls tor the and riioanlr niMurancu J f 1 WILL soil CHAMBERS ENCYCLO Revised AmHrionn pages and over 000 in Elegant Library for set of ten These works have sold throughout the country for per Revised to Orders from any Point West of the Mississippi River supplied by Original Nollcc STATE OP I DiBTltlOT Kdssutli f March Henry Ourlisa aKHlnat Wlllinni Fry et To William fry and Catherine Defend Yui are hereby notiflurt thaton orbeforn the 1st day ot it vetlton ol Mie nlntiitllt In Hie iiboye nntltled action be fllmlln the onioo ol the clerk of tlio District Court of Kos siitli eliiiiiilng of Pry and Catharine the sum of two luousmid SWUB uiiulrea and ntty top paicent n ioasiiiiiilileaittonitys fee and costs i and also churning ol the defPiidHiits herein the foreclosure of flielr nertiiin mortKUge Used on the following described towit the north half uf nectlon munber IS of township iniinlierllou north of ransu nuiuDer 27 wesfof the Btfi given to secure the pnvnient of said And unless yuu appear thwolu tuid defend on or hefore noon of tne second day of the Marou of suid to be beeuuund lioldeii at the Court House In said oil the day of be aiult you 18ia MERCHANTS Dealer In READYMADE HATS BOOTS SHOES atate I M T L L I N A Full Uinso the Latest at State the WleirRTn l ToiW Dry BIOck MrOurinlcl Itemici repairs State Sec advartUomrat fj VFIlVy Dealer In every rtesnrlnHon of Faim Moflhlntrr AOTlit for Oil AVaiehouia MK i navtrtlsemant j PA A House Sign All wurk dono at nilios tfl eult and In the latest stjlo of tho SLAQLE IS OlYKfCH f Music i vms her or on oi 2HBSSOHS willi HUB nf rinnofof f Foit by A IAMB KEBPS njisr OF mmsKs assriuilaguv tofnu Tamil flit and sniitliof f STATE OF K088UTH Is8 alt uilK TO Q e uilKim tf DMV concern QU mnlsslo M aunpiuted loflMa a ftlgh 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