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   Algona Republican (Newspaper) - March 5, 1879, Algona, Iowa                                i SOME OF HIS CLOTHING AT tESS THAN MANUFACTORgRS NOW IS THE TIME FOR WHILE rriim iwWjMt oiie jrwu of fill KOSSUTH MARCH tltt V nnis Took effoet BAST STATIONS 1 OOlSo 1 00 tc 3 R 10 0 40 n 7 00 1e PATTKR90N VT SlTlVO SHELDON HANI10HN rvol i leave vo f arrive OAlttfKIl MASON CITY M 11 iO 0 BDIi 1 05 10 0f Boss Harrow THE CHEAPEST AND BEST LINE OF BUFFALO OVERCOATS IN PRICE TO A GOODS REPRESENTED JUST AS THEY IOWA le IOWA FARMS ACRES AND ON GREAT INDUCEMENTS OFFERED TO SETTLERS AND By Seoretury mrt Emigrant ACRES of this LAND are Located in the BANNER STOCK DAIRYING COUNTY IN THE Mr Most of this Land is GRASS GRAIN SOIL RICH BLACK THREE No Eain or Mud in but little a good prospect of notlier very WHEAT pay a very popular HERD and all stock is under the Hence no expense for Fencing except for This County tes care of Ford says to the farmers Come out and get one of my new Boss Harrows for They are some thing new in Try them and then buy They have 78 teeth and yet rtrsift is as light as a 40 teeth 2021 BEEP STEAK oice cuts at 8 cents a pound can be had at thn shop of GOOD GOODS Where Why nt of and at ptices which will astonish you for 15 tf Herding1 The undersigned will run a herd at the Depot the coming 50 cents for 25 for per Bull furnished Will start my herd as early as the season will 17tf M to Reads Music opposite the Court for all kinds of Musical They will not be nor surpassed in tho quality or variety of their by They can sup ply you with anything from a penny jewsharp to a thousand dollar Call and Eatey and other Organs always on of Hancock called on EfBnger preaches nt tho Court House next Sunday morning and Corastock has been quite ill for the last few He was able to get to tho polls 4 r1 of Charles for the Equitable Life Insurance of Des is in town for a few Hudson was up Mason City last week and spoke at our groat temperance rally on Fri1 day Purvis and Benjamin have commenced work on the Bongey barn and will soon give us an idea of its Johnson of Cresco township brought theboss hog to town a few days since and sold to The hog weighed 700 1 bottles of Bulls Cough Syrup are gold every and thousands of persons saved from an untimely The price is 25 cts a unpleasant passenger in n ttreet car is acrying In such cases Bulls Baby Syrup should be given to the little sufferer to ease its 25 cents a house hall was filled to overflowing on Snnduy evening to listen to Many were compelled to return home because of tho great of Koflsuth wns over Jimmetsburg this week vhnting his marie this office a pleasant le thinks that KoMUtli county has friendly feeling towards the Fort Joclgc Fort Ilidgley has been circulating among the neighboring owns the past two ircuit If there is another in northern Iowa having as extensive or whose ability ml industry deserve it than we do not know THE somewhat precocious little laughter of the late license oandi late for Mayor seemed to strike the ight chord when she rose up in her iok bed the other day and earnestly exclaimed to her grandmother Well if we women could o wed sctllo this wouldnt we A SOLEMN That Spear has the largest stock of CLOTHING to be found in and is actually offering Overcoats for apiece and othei goods proportionally 4tf I would respectfully solicit a share of the public All Shop over Cleary Cautltins store south ot the public lotf to For loans on Heal Estate apply to KOSSUTH COUNTY 127 HerdingStock costs 78 cents for Cattle and 91 for Horses for the GOOD This Company has decided to REDUCE THE PKICE of thsir Best Lands U per Acre to Actual Settlers during the year For furlhir call OB or address fitted with got for Italy I a M M O ffi O w Notice to Pay AH persons indebted to mo on book or are requested to pay the same to my who has care nf the and who will receipt for tho 11tf Boss Goods and Boss Thai ia what yon will fiud by visiting Wood worths New York examining his large of New Goods and inquiring George bound to trade if ne doesnt lay up a and that is the place to 49tf Cravath received news last Thursday of tho death of a nephew at and with Cravath took the Friday morning train to attend the Spencer returned home from his trip to Wisconsin on Saturday Wo are sorry to see our looking quite though he manages to keep at work about the from Marshall came on the Wednesday morning train to attend to the building of a largo house on her half situated on Lotts DEALER IN ilLVERWAREJ JEWELRY CLOCKS WATCHES Town The suacriber would call the at tention people of Algona to the fact that he has made arrange ments for herding town cows through the coming summer on the prairie northwest from town arid across the 50 cents per month for herding and use of paeturag be delivered at the yard by the owner at seven oclock and they will be returned to the yard at six oclopk I will do my own Havo 40 cows already 1922 WAIHUSN Will gather a herd as soon as ige will Oows should Kossuth Co Captlal NOTICE TO fft LUMBER BUYERS I can bundle Lumber from 28 TO so OBKTS the Depot mm J could II compelled to haul if a MAKING THIS GET Dp TO COST bom jpfmulnctuWs priues to IP8U1 JOHNSQJf Stoves for tho Surely so uno need go stovelegs while Smith has such a assortment of ityles which priefi ta everybody and Annis return ed to Algona after n flojonrn of several weeks Annis says ho comas back this time better pleased than ever before with Kosauth We learn of the death of John McDonald of Section Portland the father of ihn well known McDonalds of that which occurred on Monday The burial servicas take place to We are requested to give notice that the Universalist social will be held this evening at the residence of extends a invitation to all to and our advice is to make the thing The meeting at thn Court House Sunday evening was probably the largest The lo be turned away early in the The sermon by Hart was one of the most masterly ever delivered tho eloquent is expected to arrive in town to conduct meet ings in College She wil doubtless preach Sunday evening Jfitohell delivers his thirc sermon on the Divinity of Christ on Sunday Tun many friends and admirers f Clute the Unitarian clergy man who entertained in all so great y in a recent course of will be pained to hear tliat he has lost a little The cloth ng of the little fellow caught fire in 9omo way and he was so badly urnod as to cause his 3resco Township School The annual meeting of electors will be held at the ichool house in at oclock on tho second Monday in for the ransaction of such business as may egally come before DB LOVM was at Webster last week when the louse of a miner caught fire and hree children were burned to The mother had locked the ohildren n tho house while she stopped over o a neighbors How the ffre caught is not but before lelp could reach the little ones they were HUDSON takes full charge of the neighboring office and will here after be known as our our corpulent the gentle nan with the bay We hope always to know him is a friendly competitor for busi and as one who recognizes the act that there is enough of good will and good feeling in the world or all of IT1WS Notice of ntowuomltmaycon cern tliat onme mh day o at one oclock ol sftlft by virtue ol on order ot tho District court made ou the 5th day ol la tho ease MpOurmlok Elmer and Flora McCor we the undersigned duty appointed by will urooeed to sell to the highest or the fallowing des oribetfTeal towlt i The north ot the southwest quarter ot section num ber twentyseven In towusWp number one bundrea north of range number twenty west ot the etstirteplMeatthgewtdQpr the Court AJgosftJa The of the Monday elected at the last to serve for six are as follows Wilson j Vioe j Jones R Wood worth Miss T great organ at the Oour House Monday was a Western Cottage a kind that please One was sold to a olmrolj last week and another to a hotel the week be Jt took the at ou county and last year at the State over Inquire of st the died on ist where he had been ailed by the sad intelligence of his athers dangerous He eached home only to find his father n tho arms of being about ve hours too late to receive tho dv his ng blessing of Alto THE first subdistrict weft of town las a flourishing debating society moored as follows Secy Phis evening Uio society is to dis 3uss the following question Resolv d that it is for the interest of the arming community to vote a tax of five to secure a north and outh John Haines leads iho affirmative and Record the negative of the Our license friends have been ex libiting a virtuous Indignation be ause of the failure of the town jouncil to close Hansons billiard alleging that this hall is con Incted in a more disgraceful way ban was ever any saloon in 3f course it is understood that par isans sometimes stretch the truth o carry some desired and so t may have been with the license But there is some room for aiilt finding right for the irdinanco requires the windows of lilliard saloons to be kept in a con dition to permit passers by to see hrough the entire length of the and this requirement has not een Iv anybody has flattered himself that the foolkiller has no farther to ply his trade in any body should read the first page of lait weeks Upper DKS It ivas the lust issue of that paper tndor the editorial management of and if we did not enow gentleman to he a true friend to his successor and as much ashamed of his bowingont number is other sensible people we might be tempted to believe that he iad gone out of his way to engage blank foolery for that title AT least one prominent candidate on the late license ticket was yester day heard to with some thing of a that beer saloons would be running in Algona in a few days in Sjjito of what the council might That is just what the previous conduct of a good many ol tliat party would prepare us but our acquaintance with the old members of the council and with Messrs Robinson and Merri lead us to suspect that any further foolishness in attempted evasions of law will not be tolerated A report being in circulation to the effect that our K Fill had fallen heir to a large estate in the old we vhitec that gentleman yesterday to asccr tain thi basis of the Mr Fill has been called upon for in formation relative to his ancestra and is informed that there is an estate in the family for dietribu tion among How large tin estate is he has no nor does hi know that be will bo Hi good nevei have says ifit well and and if it never comes I depended upon informs us that his ad vices from the Company relative to the cowing seasons such as farmers to make the terras to quite well established Farmers are to be given tkejr choice of two They may accept 60 hell remain s Jong that their business jg regular always It raakea it corrupts in its favor of the bQ votes for Mend e leaves hasband and four small one of the latter bushel for their seed an infant only four house or they nay elect to hear her spoken of 4 very Election the Chicago at lesj thirty cents per tho coat th of whom freight f for bjHmlng SO PABtQR BevC for Iwoio W funeral will be bsld si thj from will at per g of bt WHW a re liJaiwiy Yigilamofl thUsojBiej hjw bwn sigirftHj Wvtoe to 9 feides fit Auditor w ctkflr VQWW w Carrol returned from he home of orthern part his parents of Kossnth in the county WE noticed last week the visit of Bassett to but we were not fully informed at that time of the object of the Jassett is the President of what is tnown as the Fort Dodge Fort itidgoley and it was to look vor the ground for the extension of hat that the President came up from the Ha had no pro osition to make to our but xpressod himself favorable to assing up through Algona and fossuth providing our eople are willing to assist in build ng tho To bring tlie road in o Algona will require a much great or outlay of capital than would a either east or west of in Jones county last week lie in company with a party of visited the Penitentiary at This institution under he administration of Warden Mar 13 one of the best conducted n the The sanitary regula tions of the prison Be as nearly perfect as the utmost cleanliness being required through out the establishment and the cells laving no trace of tho odoriferous and dingy characteristics of the traditional Tho of vhom there 170 at the time of our wero nearly all in robust as a rule seemed about ns contented as the outside while the exception of an occasional sad pictured in vivid relief the dejection and desolation of the sick in One of the jreatest sufferers there just now is a convict who hod his leg shattered while attempting to escape The look of intense pain in the fase of the young fellow is enough to move the hardest heart to We saw a good many really intelligent and noble looking men some of them little more than mere They have lived a sort of haphazard forming drinking habits and evil associations through sheer reck lessness rather thai criminal dispos and while intoxicated have done that against which the impulses of their sober manhood would have Looking at these men one traffic Tho tears of heart crushed women nnd children of oil generations tell tho plaintive and the quick intuitions nnd clear porcnptions of wotnnn have led her to plane the guilt of the crime against her sex It has been Hinted that sntno of ottr rowdy npponpnrs intond to insult these ladies who piwide over the homes of our but if they go to thnfc extreme of eonrso which we are reluctant to they will probably find the business highly We have not got so far along in our town that ladieM can with impunity bo insulted for offer ing a free lunch to those who please to call at their Opin ion is divided as to whether women should be permitted to even upon this social bnt when thfl question comes upon whether shall be injutltpd for offering a ladylike the opinion and practice of gentlemen will be found unmistakably and emphatically one It the TUB UKSInMSinTMTY IN JtrnOMKNT is very amusing to hoar license chiefs attempt to fasten the blame of the litigation in the Martin judgment matter upon the no license The facts every well informed citizen is that such litigation was commenced under the Birge before the no license party came into and bas been kept up ever Every council since that initiation of the defense has had a hand in pushing it and every license man who has held office hag given bin official sanction to The last license with Wilson for Mayor and Jones and the rest for Trus engaged the attorneys the debt contracted by the for mer forms so considerable part of the expenses of the Not only is this but the majority of the until recent sinco the last hope of success has have sustained the author ities in this policy and demanded it of The 01 DRUGGIST Portmriyof OverSheetz JONES ATTYS REAL ESTATE LOAN nl ntttutUn i ami penncuilj nuts tnd leof taxis for Hare 2lh f Vf Agents for the Cinurance only license candi date elected last year owrs his elec tion to the strong fouling in favor if kneping up an tho exceptionally while popular feels a dosiro to see thetn let out and given another chance in the but they are safer where they as a than in Christian com munities where saloons are an thick as where they are smiled upon as a legitimate and civilizing institution and encouraged to nestle down in the sympathizing shadow of the church The wing1 of the Penitentiary now in process of ereo ton is a magnificent pile of masonry which when completed will have 640 each of which has a single stone for Us floor and three The stone oomes from the splendid State quarries a few miles distant and is dressed by peuviot The Warden is a approachable gentle man and all the officials and making a visit to the institution a not uupleasaqt experi to such candidate was defeated because of the manly avowal of feeling in favor of But now Jones and Wilson in their win dy harangues ring the changes upon the demagogical cry that the other fellows are exclusively renponsible for rolling up of all this fearful expense by the men who are making this noise deny his tory if they BEAUTIFUL The speakers of the license caucus were loud in charging upon the temperance council the responsibili ty for the litigation in the Ingham Smith but the candidate for Recorder nominated by that caucus made himself conspioupun last year by getting out tickets at his own expense and working all election day to defeat Stough and elect John again a license solely because the former was personally favorable to a settlement and thelatter was for pushing the thing to the bitter That shows what small capi tal a license campaign pnn be run The license folks auume a virtuous indignation because of the failure of the present council to publish all examination of thn official organ of the last license council discloses the humiliating fact that not a word of the proceedings of that council was published for the last eleven months of its Joseph Cook says God paralyze House Sign III work and In the latest stylo my arm if I ever lift it to oast a ballot in favor of the license ol loaches on legitimate OF foi the legalization of mannfnotories o paupers and Joseph was talking about the liquor The roan vhp rlrinks is warned bj every pang of by every by every tear of that he is doing y hi is wife 4 wher he ii repojlwtiop o the evil every every every thought of time and inonoj wasteil ought to be u warning it ja his duty to strike i he truffle of Josh Billings never I truer sentiment than when he said Whisky is good thing in heirs the place for But if is rarely if eer of place for S ji BONGEY HOUSE DRY READYMADE State ROBfMSON lip Louis L I MAKiFvHrrtBBB AXP PEAtj KnfpiiorinnMarimsrwwP Iiii Worfc nnil Impairing and Coldsmr f one door wont of hirrtHarir Iffii i and inporlonfrd   

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