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   Algona Republican (Newspaper) - February 26, 1879, Algona, Iowa                                WHEH SOME OF ma HU Af Ltesa THAK MANUFACTURE WOvV IS pgattepubl 8HiBCilitim Oni f our lit ftftco rm VIII KOSSUTH FEBRUARY THE CHEAPEST AND BEST LINE OF BUFFALO OVERCOATS OST3C TO GOODS REPRESENTED JUST AS THEY IOWA IOWA tFARMS Sale GREAT INDUCEMENTS OFFERED TO SETTLERS AND By Ilwldoiit Secretary iintl IT A ACRES of Uils f this Land U nrp in Mi THE ORAUST SOIL RICH BLACK THREE Climate No Hain or Mud in butlittlo RAIJLROAJ Tliroujrlj the fmt a pood prospect of notlier very WHEAT pay This County has a very popular HERD all the care bt Hence no expense for except for Herding Stock costs 78 cents for Cattle snd 81 for Horses for the seasonT tiifnW This Compitiiy tlecidctl to REDUCE TlfB PIUOE nf thnir RtRt Lamls to por Aeroi to Actual Settlors the year For furllier call on nr address o IT ni7 i7 o X j VeflUtW cannot cat Gr O VST 5T JN SILVERWARE JEWELRY CLOCKS WATCHES Kossuth Co Cpptlal NOTICE TO LUMBER BUYERS I can hiiiullH Lumber nun 85 TO so ritM PKUTIIUUSAMI FUKTUUKATKIt St til tliuii 1 uuultl H uiiupvllHi lu haul it u t CONUNUE UNTiLJUItiJiHUEr uia pill HOB IficoLUl iu this 398tf 1 JOHNSON Stoves for the Is Iliiil by virtue oT a wo dlrpctinl ty nu clem tuxllitv r In i4 ui lio nun Deed jo While Snntli tins xnch i oilVlti at inleti Lo Mill Jheie ii if inn1 i ji STOVKS it cither IM WIHII JNU und sToyix ior tfUMtp WMR J kcjfiw LfiiJiil nutk und SmtW lo lio fiuind iii n 0 7 tt tiiln Id 11 M 2 MO trnvn i Hrrjvo nnlvc ItllVu MItltNOS M 11 WI 1 in 7 n n n r sian 2 nr m nn Dried I IV18 BI212F STEAK loiire cuts ii 8 iits Illld lit the of PUTIJIt GOOD WOODS fit of nnd nt icts whieii will iiMtoniyh The will run hertl al I lie 5f for 25 for per I5nll fiirniMlicil my herd will 17 tf lo Uetds posite lie fur il Nls MI will not nor in the nr vsirieTy of tluii bi They nun sup lily you with iinylliint 1rom i In ibrillsilllll lllllllll Mild Ksicy nnd nthiM JiLnnt 15i A 80LH3IN That Spenr 1ms ihe Inrtfesl luck of CLOTH 1 NO lo found in nnd is ofleriiiL for apiiue nml jfoods 41 f I would respett I ully solicit it share f the pnbli All lit Shop Cleury iiiilkinv storn soiiih of thu pnlilit lOtf to For lonns on Ksiuie iipply to vOSSUTII OOUXTY la7 Notice to Pay All persons indebted to me on ink or iin in in my who of ihe mil who will receipt for the U tf K Boss Goods and Boss That is what yon find by siiinjj Wood worths Vork his luiire toik of New roods and inqiiiiiiiif is trade if ndoesnt lay up jv nnd i he place to 49 tf Town The susuriher would cull the nt eniion of ihc people of Algona to he that he innle urnuigc nis for herding town cows hronjrh the coininjr smniiifr on die prnirie fr nil town nnd OKX the 50 cents er month for henliuir find of Will pit her a herd IIR soonns iiuliinisrt will ows should ie ilclivcud at the yiird by the nvner it seven oYloek A and they will be leturncd o Ihe yard six oelick I vill do my own Have 40 tows itlrcndv eniriiircd WAIIHBN Notioo f STATK OF NOTiiK is uivcii lo wlioin Uinnvcon tliytif il iino iiVlofik if snlil liy virtue of an irilirnf Hits Ililrlct court nuilnon Urn stli rtnv il Hct lu oaw lli I ilifr Clilla iilLU tiniiiiiloslutiiil muni will miiiiril to tl t llC llljrliesl 111 fill lllC lolloHllIK uliel llir imitli lull it Jt ni nuiu ni iiiinihii iiuitlil I mil Hi of iiimilim twunls U7X wiit ut oth S ilil s iliin rake Iluie ul llic flimi at IH titiili In lu count i SMI 720 S8 fo il niati cuncem T i c i iniiUsio aifiiliilo I t Hie souttwiM toinur el i rliiiii UiAiitililp v mil inif t tj iciiiiirlli Ol Hue ti tlm u cor rinin i nnil i i fi o iMvti folltnlnj rmile cl til 5 piouit section II 111 i 30 uo i minim o l t arjji KIM w s 11 ioli K IHIIH lo t k t ixirMni Ieijwis at mds nnil I i st ik tic i e 11 1111 nt li i I ilc i tu UK iI iiu mof riHt of see in tlvmMi T wont ruiim oriii 4luic t e sectoii II IB to notli u i o s t t i t to 4iid i trg m i l 11 o i f tle esftMtsli imit 11 ml rlu t ni Hi eimtv VIQ io ti nii O iv uf 4irll r I ha v bt oftililliKd Aitiuiit tat p Ji ut i 41 i k411 ft il SO pf LIi i v No Mlrnddle bn tickets foi Elder was over to see tho folks Inst wholly lost iti as cold snaps The Greenwood folks wanta railroad We want them to have a of Greenwood was it town the other day anil gnvo us n fiiendiy Hart arrived in Alpnni week nnd is aftisting Hev NOIIOII in his revival Monday Club will rmot next Mondny evening nt the dcine ol1 Palmer nnd Nycnm went out yesterday to attent to pnyinir tuxes on railroad InnuX CJast your ballots Monday as the wives and children of drink men would have yon them A Club Dunce is on tin lo morrow wi is the of the season Robinson wiff soon IMS ilwelliiiir house to n new nnd hejiin work on the new house muster Spencer started foi Win last Monday morn anil will not return befon til rl nnd Annis an al hdine tomorrow even They have beim wintering in we hold n ruilrond tnx clone to our eyes as shut off thi pnispHct of certain gain through al l he fill lire accompanied by M F Heed his aried for the westurn counties the rrtl of the Ruiler was in town last In expeuts to reiurn to this iiniy sometime in May and remain irnuirh the Kinihall of the M Hy went wst yester lay to look over the cromid for the western extension of this LiiKitxHilt othur temper nice people of Mason City arts do a iilorious Iltad the Mason Ciiy letter in this Bassett Esq rif Forl Airent for thn Slate Aj llearc wns in town lay and gave IH a pleasant decies whether we arc continue a town of solirlety ami jood or whether wu shall to H town of drunken broils and llarlford are iln two mou in former beinir 85 yrars of md the last named 81 years yester The Frpo Methodists will hold liiriniis cerviups in Court House next Snndny ex fipctcd ihat Hart will cundnci ihu ladios of the Monday Club have recently received a donalion ol twenty volumes of the works of This uweljs their library to ninety county owes all ihe expense attend if illerection of her inairnitTcent onrt house It to us this is a jood AilonievGcneril of Iowa Ins decided that Supervisors lannot allow on anv lav re milled liy them for liny purpose Stick this in your lipinember a vole for is a vole for drunken rows and and vote to jeopur the rows of woodtm build iigs in Oravmh is desirous of eon nmmnlinp he sale of his residence leavinjr The and erounds in superior order itml will imike ft very pleasant home for Blanuhird and Orville Miukler have into a co parinersliip for unrrvini on tin RlaiicliHrd will move his family into town in a few In consequence of theillness of Hcrdie Jones il will be impossible B for and R Jones to hive ever m the Universalists this of Our E Gieeinvtmd Center has ivcfiiily aipoiniei posiiiiasitr at Cornwall has oft 10 remove to Dakota tfiry ill the PocahoiitdH Cininl of n or has a Loduc of Jmui Tenipbini of over one hundred Inive been toltl that Two aeore or more of the frlendj of rein forced of Kurnard met at on Tlinrsdav by tlifi usual quaiititv of eyu met in and solemn con clave last We ave favored with n mes or from the AiMmos that the success of the re cent railroad elections in County has had the to revive business nn ihe Fort Dodire nnd trains are lo be run every dav from this time of Friday even ing was a There were but few but the at tendance of diiiicurs and was was furnished by the Algnna Strino The re ceipts of the evening were 4 4 l 4 WK are trrieved to learn thai dinhiherm is rmriinr fearfully in our isler town Charles Ail public meetings are discoiiiinued by order ft he Town and l lie been Seven deaths oc in the city recently in one election of HubDirectors in onb dipt of this State takes place next The lotvnship meetings take place week the second Mondny ol and on this latter dauelee linns in Independent Dislriuts taki Piinl Pioneer Press wi mates that crop of 1879 will Im in excess of he de mand and that low prices must rne next Farmers of Minnesota lire advised to drop wheat ami adopi the raising of flax seed more Mitchills sermon of last liinday morning op the Divinity of Christ very inter and as are all his special nnd all others for m titter He i second of No evening of week and gavu hi family a surprise and a very pleas ant visit all in Although i surprise the admirable nrrangetnpn of the programme made the oncasiot quite as enjoyable to the visited ns to the the inigh astonish old Fill her Tlmn himsi1 that new stock of timepieces lately A decidedly fin everr how of firms measurers of style and doc Bowyer t in roomy quiiifers by the And they do say that hi IS found UIH Hu sells secret of selling nexl Sunilnv niie can afford to thesn iiitrnctive very Baby sliows nre tlie fashion nit as long iis mothers continue to t IIP ilittle ones will hiiidaiinin ir oilier they cannot expect lieir Ruliifs to Ionic Tlyour fibv needs medi ine get a good a one as Hulls WH had the pbasurn onn dny last week of receiving a call from Allen of Agent foi ihe Klwnrd llarvesler and Kurekii Allen is also Secretary of l lie Sunday School Association ol Iowa and in that nnd Secretary of the Minnetonka Park Association has been directed to make up a programme for thn Sunday School Convention of next Minnetonka Lake in about twenty miles from Minneapolis anil is bound to great pleasure lesort of the TIIB officials of Milwaukee nnd anticipate that of who are immigrating to tills country from and other points of the ild will settle UIH coming ipring in ihe northwestern part of on ihe Iowa division of thai Puul Itailroad very large numbers 3aby al Tun students literary society lie Cullegp is gaining rnpidlv in lumbers and and is likelv h time to to the rank sind of Cillpyp iu u her Periodical ibVintes an nld in one of the rciialion rooms if the college building and considei Me and is bving leveloperl by tho NI lieu has his sub ects for his Sundays March Tn thn morning bis sub will be Personal Religion and n the The cause and cure f tprnpprancc sorinon It is hoped this may be a iniin such as we have had Ouit Methodist Episcopal friends lave sei uied for their lew church building I hi corner lot south of and across McGregor street from the of The location is one of the most desirable in town for church iind ir in hopnd the Methoilist fiiends miv be alle to thereon a fine church Tni Mgoua Siring Band is the nnmp of ii nmv orgnnization in this The following arn the nnnies the members Frank ly gentlemen prmnid verv diligeiitlv and will become n timefitted for any en 11 for their Card of Tlio ivoild rolurn mnsi llinnks to of iilrt ir vonliberal ilonii Im on lllli Til1 people ot n IICIIBIIIIIS peopl very promising pluu in whiuh to open the mloon now people will Rtimnv in their Mar In ever tliaiV nnd both ftnr splrlttnt prninvrlty bn to L Pi MR IIHS recently had fnim an Oinahi he coining uni ons of Cheme in Oinnhii in the liliiitk Dirwt with ut Chicago jiilrmid pnjn oux conueciioii uppoli and our Their anticipations have al ready taken tangible as then is now quite a settlement of these people in the vicinity of IWcCov i i forms us that the have volunteered to transport Northern or Red River setd wheat to the farmers aong the line of their nds the per mile of one nt per This wheat is highly recommended for as it is sound ind healthy and is said to have yielded twentyfive bushels to the icre the past It has been found by trial that not more than ix kernels of every ten of our home whent will sprout and even after repealed We advise no one to sow but if any body is determined lo do so they should get some of this northern A Tribe of Jonathan temper ance club has been organized in Charles City and is doing a noble On Monday last this society entertained thn Reform Club of Mason City and a most enjoyable season of fellowship was indulged temperance people of Al gona oughi to entertain their eastern iotemporaries on evening in the near Frequent meeting tho of friendly greet ing and for the consideration of methods for advmcing ihe nnnsn of temperance will be found highly Granil Bully ofNolicunse A mass meeting of the temper people of young and will in Court Monsi Hall on Friday evening The is to join in one rallving chorus just before the battle of Monday nnd music bv best musical talent in AlgMia and may be Come como all And come prepared to King or talk on this if never saviiigiositch farmer by railroad ionimiinicaiioii with FortDodge is niinuaily for the item of fuel as tlm niilhmeticfil will The assessed valuation of an nighfv within a few miles of Algona is Calculating af ihe very highest of railroad sub sidy five per thn ownei of this eighty will pav once and once for a benefittintr return to him of annually for the item of coal alone through all the TUB town of Mitchell Co has recently had a controversy with a beer Osage is a no license and the club had been organised to defy the will of the as expressed in a The jury in the trial On the second trial the jury in a verdict against the club and tby were fined and costs of suit or thirty davs THOMPSON1 brought in to our office a very liberal donation of Coolev Creamer butter for trial by the Thompson been giving the Cooley Creamer n trial for two or thre weeks his ff fT CTCItn III II dairy and is greatly pleased with as wo judge ho well be from the sample he brought tfe says live inches of cream may be brought the tmrfate of the caii in four or five hours by maintaining a tempera tnre of 45 degrees in the water surrounding the By weighing he has found that 17 and 17 pounds of milk has pro luced one pound of butter while he lias been using the He lias obtained a better price too for his creamer than has been paid for other It is impossi tie to get more cream from milk which has once passed through the know a farmer not a dozen nile from Algona who brought into about 100 pounds of butter er during nil the last butter nuking and used pro leeds of that but ter in buying beer ind other strong This he did his bills al the store were illowed to grow and go e beer club was in active operation this man was one of its nost profitable and enthusiastic but when that institu was closed a foreign market was The wife oT this man says his drink bill amtints to a sum can ill afford lo This wife momns the course er husband is but folks lull her she is to no consideration from TIIR following is Secretary Chris Algona WPP 5 cMita DIM line cufli at t nlitl nnd W p jiiHlllniial fteric tnth iiiiilcn n n 1 tf nnitll oifi AgilMiUiifm DRUGGIST In rnttiM1 of mA Thorlngloa I fOsWt Thorltlgtbri Ift DENTISTS Formerly of Imt nh OvarSheetz Drug to wnlt upml JONES lucoessors lo Kstnhllslied HOT TEAL ESTATE ND LOAN n j fnl of 11 Ktlina nnttrriit II lii 7i itfliM 61 naiiraiice HOTELS BONGEY Dealer In READYMADE HATS BOOTS rs In Drv Clolllile Pitt Cravath announces that IIP sold A Igona Upper Den Moines newspaper to and that Hudson will it management so soon as he Khali have arranged other business Hut what about the Cmavaih We mipy the above from theSionx ity hoping thai some of readers may nhle to cornpre tend the evidently intended joke Well be Mnashed if we ctju successfully with but AS enter nrUinir newspaper men it is oiir duty n pnbjnh all jokes on theother IBT no min be de ceived hjr the appeals of the license folks for union and brotherly love jn making up a list pf for wat license in af Tiifttthing two and have to thiit pepplu gener havv uo liunmut majority no oonfilfnuu in of their fully fyiven away nt that nod in to thtu would be hadly sold tjrot tUfy he an foolish tn iu Wiles statement of the financial oiidilion of the Independent School district of Algona on the 15th of 1870 TfiAOIfKUS Amount on hand nt topining of year received during the yi 38 Paid out Ou SCHOOL HOU3B Warrants 4go CO COSTING BNT Indplitedness Paid Outstanding The following iru the for the C the schools for the uoming year Siboo House Contingent The school house fund will have to hevoted by the eleclorn at the diction on the second Monday iu ut which limo there are to tlei to Directors Cnll and LAST weeks CTjjper JJea JUainea nntiiiiiMi mi Jiiniiiiincement to UIH nfteot Hint ihut iitwspaper Rnti Hudson Esq would ROOD asuiuna tlu4 eilnqriiij m4iiuge This announcement n nrprise to nlmost although it had been known time that UntvHth fffling failed by a senne of duty to tn hU old In purttog with Cruvsih Algoiia I spiey w of and of in hw newspaper Imt whether it was wounded to frozen for any appreciable length oi twe in jTOsfflaa time in often 4iffere4 ROBINSON Daalers In Steel Tin on State neater In erory rttiirrlpflon of Farm Koehlnirv 7n SPP House Sr Sisrn All woik rtnnp to KBRPS nBST OF jlsws PnMPiigeis taken to nnv mH at fie low lltis hntween tlm nntl ANP niWWB lyl mjn5 Of nt iJnttom AT CuBtoHi Work anil Konnlrlnir Watchmaker and BrmuoiiUf rtnnr went of UwwUnJin and TDitiiiit to a A raUi044 a au i w   

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