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   Algona Republican (Newspaper) - March 12, 1879, Algona, Iowa                                V HIS CLoraiNO AT LESS THAN MANUFACTURERS NOW IS THE TIME FOR WHILE CCflWI i i IfSntlll IB Hdtante Honttig iiiadviiiicBi KOSSUTH MARCH 21 Coirtstocte 9 DEALER IN THE CHEAPEST AND BEST LINE OF BUFFALO OVERCOATS IN OWE PRICE TO REPRESENTED JUST AS THEY IOWA JLANDS IOWA iFARMS ACRES AND ON GREAT INDUCEMENTS OFFERED TO SETTLERS AND COLONIES By Emigrant 1 Secretury and ACRES this nre in tlic BANNER STOCK DAIRYING COUNTY IN THE this Land is JJIKSXCLASS GKASS GRAIlsr SOIL RICH BLACK THREE Climate No Rain or Mud in but little Through the and a Rood prospect of notlicr very WHEAT pay This County has a very popular HERD and all stock is under the care oi Hence no expense for except for Herding Stook costs 75 centsfor Cattlo and 91 for Horses for the GOOD Tliis Company has decided to REDUCE THE PUICE of thoir Best Lands to per Aero to Actunl Seltltrs during the ycur For further Information call on or address ia H tto prtat sol nmninw j ton jw CJM Syitemt ud fitted wttfc e annot et DEALKB IN JEWELRY I CLOCKS WATCHES KpssuthGo Bur vitt HWM s OfttWCWt f HA NOTICE TO LUMBER BUYERS I can handle Lumber from 25 io BO CBM PWlTuoisAKDFEBrOHEAVEB at the Bepo than could 11 compelled to haul It a I SHALL CONTINUE MAKING THI DEDUCTION UNTIL VR1CE8 GET DOWN TO COST from mounbtcturera lrlce8 Io Sen PilceLlst In hU no ono need go while it Smith has such a large assortment of styles which offers st prices to suit everybody There more than a score o styles of COOKING STOVES and NGBS either for wood or coa ROTARY B88e BURN PARLOR and PARLOR for burDingtSOFT and PARLOR I for bavnipg STQViS epeoially adapted to heat ing large HAWS Besides t Smith a general o ia keeps constantly on tba very w country Tools effect BTATlONTl OOTMorwreTT arrive arrive leave j I lonve I arrive HlUINIlfl LM An II 10 BO 10 10 1 M 3 an 2 05 1 05 10 00 Horse for The subscriber has for sale one Jood four year old For terras f sale inquire of 2123 The Boss Ford says to the farmers Come out and get one of my now Boss Harrows for They are some hing new in Try them and hen buy They havo 78 teeth and yet draft is as light as a 40 teeth 2021 1JK13F STEAK Go to Peter Winkel for your nice rcsh and tender beef Iw GOOD GOODS Where Why at of and at Mices which will astonish you for 15 tf To tho Dear proposes to start or Minneapolis next to make a short visit prior to going to Jhicago to purchase goods for the pring and she desires that 3nstoiners owing her call and settle heir little bills this o to Reads Music opposite the Court for nil inds of Musical They vill not be nor surpassed n the quality or variety of their by They can sup ly you with anything from a penny ewsharp to a thousand dollar Call and Eatey and other Organs always n A SOLEMN That Spear has the largest tock of CLOTHING to be found in and is actually offering vercoats for apiece and othei joods proportionally 4tf I would respectfully solicit a share f the public All fits Shop over Cleavy Jaulkins store souih ol the public lotf to For loans on Iteal Estate apply to vOSSUTII COUNTY 127 Notice to JPay All persons indebted to me on ook or are to pay thw same to my who has care of ths ind who will receipt for tho 11tf Boss Goods and Boss is what you will find by visiting Woodworths New York examining his largo of New Goods and inquiring George is bound to trade if le doesnt lay up a and that is he place to 40tf Suffrage There will be a special meeting of ho Woman Suffrage at loads store on Friday this week at two for the Kirpose of considering ways and neans to promote the objects of the The invitation is By request of Herding The undersigned will run a herd at the Depot the coming SO cents for 25 for er Bull furnished Vill start my herd as early as the season will t 17tf Town The Busoriber would call the at tention of the people of Algooa to the fact that he has made arrange ments for herding town cows through the coming summer on the prairie northwest from townauc across the 50 oenti per month for herding and use ol Will gather 3 herd as soon as pasturage will Cows should be delivered at the yard by the owner at seven oclock and they will be returnee to the yard 7 oclock will do my own Have 40 cows already 1322 WABBHUJ Town 1 deiire to say to people ol Algona that I bare completed arrangements for hording town cows tbe coming and am prepar ed to enter into ooo tract with my patrons of last wd otheri who may dejire tusir cows herded 6u cents iQQOth with use of Theoowu will fee for the herding ground 7 oclock and returned in reasonable is the Hare 66 2187 and Reporter wn on Friday City is in debt Shakespeare Ulub has gone Lo tho Campbell of Armstrong rove was in town on coats Emmotsburg a year to kaep her Recorder friend Buffum was able to bo on the street one fine day of last Ford has received the sad news of the recent decease of his Hall is removing his family to his farm east of was considerable miuis talent from abroad in town aet Duflie Cutler reached town evening Graves of Esthorville visit ed hotdaughter and other friends n Algonn last Hunt was to start for Minnesota last Monday morning to gather up a drove of young Slagle and Tracy at tha home of the by Satchel has purchased the house and lots of Pitt Cravath and will take possession next Robinson has remover his Iwelling house to n new location and is preparing his lots for the new Simpkins is once more able bo attending to ut is still suffering from the effects of his Jeanspn is expected in Swea in short lie has sent on a carriage and harness for use Groom has been stationed y the Presiding Elder at Jity for the remainder of the con erenee Annis has removed his amily to tho farm north of incl he will hereafter be known aa farmer Maxwell of Des Moines arrived in town on Saturday lust to ttend Ho appeared for Boyle and Boardsley ran down and caught a ilo n thij vicinity of The nitual was secured our Whittemnre oorres ondeitt will not forget to remttitibcr hat all the world to him for news from ihs now petition is being largely signed for a mail route jetween Algona and The now runs from Wesley to John Fill an family were tipfroui Boons on visit hist John is engaged as bnkag man on lha down Clay Raparter says that George lately a young ilacksmith of is to attend spring term of Algona see by the Pnnl papers that the head of tho Sioux Jity Paul Railroad has got possession of the Wells Maukato Jonas will visit her insbnnd in Minneapolis next Beforproturning to Algona she will o to Chicago for her spring stock of the furren attorneys attendance upon this term of court Soper of Yeomans of Fort Dodge and Laman of Des Hartsough is this week assisting Elder Mitchell in carrying on the revival preaches each evening in College family of Russell have removed to Dakota where Russell will conduct a The bouse in Algona will be the management of were misinformed as to the exact date of Hudsons aasunip tion of the duties of editor of tha Cravath was still ri ning the thing at latest learn that new merchant of open ed his building to the public with a dance on evening of last Greed is already quite popular with his new rAt school eleotion of last Monday ACall and Smith were Directors of the Independent District of Algona for tbe ensuing three Tbe elec tors voted a tax of forsoboo house accompanied by Uncle Willard visited the Wesley patroai last Satur day evening to talk over plans for the coming There was A dis position manifested to continue the manufacture of another Armstrong and family reached Algona on Thursday even ing last ana were met by friends and conveyed ts their old home in The Poster and family receive a cordial boiti of old bat so near the county line to bo iu now way lujured by was up to Algopf 09 to ifcjp threat earloada feroyijfci up 9f March only child of and aged sixteen HERE ia something that we throw out as a feeler Tha Mayor of Ilock ord has presented each of the news paper men of that city with a new suit of Tuesday of next week the jrreenwooders are to get together for a five days singing The meeting is to be in the school house Wear Johnson of Swea was down to ceo us last Ho is ipw running his store his brother having returned to his old liome in AT the township meeting of last Monday tho electors of Algona township voted to build four new school houses the coming We understand that many changes have been made in tha board of Sub Directors of this Ford has two carloads of lax seed in warehouse hero for dis and expects to keep that amount on hand most of the time while the demand for seed is likely to Thu seed is from Manitoba and is plump and carried in Charles City last and now they tell us that the saloons have pasted up the fol notice over their doors No hild under ten years of age allowed to get drunk on these premises unless accompanied by its the woman ireacher who is conducting religious meetings in was formerly a resident of Wyoming Under tho law of that territory she was called to sit in a jury and was the first womau over kuowii to sign a Jake Stranburg has taken his de parture from Rutland for his new new station on the west of Al ona in Kossuth The Creod follow this This vill leave Rutland considerably out iu the business Judge onvened last There were 84 casos on the Owing to he sickness of one attorney it is bought the term will be shortened The action of the rand Jury may prolong the term SU notion si will SMsL Miff SftWMMilJ 4SABA ft WK are requested to say that the next meeting of the Monday Club vill bo held at tho residence of The subject to be liscussod is The Reign of Charles Second of Ilawes is At the last meeting Jones tendered her mignation as Secretary of the and Ford was elected to that HART left town yesterday after a sojourn of two He is a clear a leasing a liberal minded ihristian and a powerful spoke to full houses during his itay in and those who leard him once were always anxious him hear him again and agnin THE samuUries of several School Townships will confer favor by reporting at an aarly day the names of directors elect of their together with any imp rtant action taken by the electors at thoir regular annual SiifE of our farmers were harrow ing their ground last week in preparation for Doubtless some will bo sowed this week should the weather continue as at the It has been found that early sowed wheat gives the best returns in this Wu learn that an Algona mechan ic is about to remove to Whittemore Station to open a baer We are sorry for this for the business is a curse to any one entering and in nine cases of every ten the saloon keeper is financially as well as socially and morally ruined by his HAWKINS desires us to say that the Grand Concert heretofore advertised will come off the even ings of Friday and March 21st and Admission trill be 15 and 20 tbe latter price for reserved That Hawkins has charge of this concert is sufficient assurance of an interest ing We presume Algona fought its fight over again last or There is iu our mind no doubt as to what the result should and the probabilities are that tbe nolicense ticket carried the day but it has heretofore been close fight with varying and no man can know before the count just which side will v LUCAS of tbe Mason City and Adams of th Humboldt County Inde have each been elected mayor of their respective Lucas is a Blue Ribbon man and Adams is a Good it isnt difficult to determine what the policy of the tWtowns will be for the coming year relative to tha temperance T b e i r the viU accept homage oou bad two ticket at toe late ona Boolioense ticket wd tbe ft gome of the bolted tbeir twkst of jwrel in the ftnd in qf Ibjf receive a visit from lope to again WE are sorry to know that Thompson is still suffering rom the enxcts of the accidental low received over his left eye some weeks He is troubled with hat is known as double each eye sees an object ndependently of the He inds it necessary to keep the injur id eye and hopes fully to by observing great EFFISOBR preached in Court louse hall to a large audience on Sunday and gave us a address in the The following named persons were appointed a committee to raise funds and make appointments for future neetings ot this kind Ford Joseph who was here last veek working up the field for the Old Reliable Equitable Life of is one of the oldest lands in the having been iiiccessfully engaged in this work or over twenty during which eriod he has represented the most substantial companies in Wisconsin ind Ho is a veteran who cnows his business WE learn from Thomas of Wesley township that a very inter ssting and successful aeries of meetings is being held in he McPharson school house of that by Hook of Twentyseven new members were added to the Church in that listrict last twenty of these new The good work s still going forward and it is hoped further additions will be made o the Now let that sidewalk to tbe depot bo put down just as soon as If the town is bound by contract obligations to do ths job it nay as well be done first as We have a very kindly feeling for those depot folks and think a plank walk running from their part of town to ours would strengthen the bond of unity between the two Let tho ground be measur ed and the contract for building be let as soon as WE find the following bit of humor in the Dakota Independent Pitt Cravath has sold the Upper Des Moines to attor ney at of who we continue its Probably Adams is not the only friend of humanity who bad a faint hope that Hudsons object in buying the concern was to stran gle but wo think that Hudson will kill the thing off gradu so as to escape the suspicion oi intentional THE is never utterly and hopelessly whatever oi blarsted luck betides its In its last issue the latedefeated are congratulated on the strength they and the amusing theory isadvanced that the depot voters were in the of the character of tho men they were It is very that Kan dall and tba rest should have resid ed so long in Algona and remainec so ignorant of their Out neighbor should open a missionary work among the railroad answer to the criticisms of las weeks Upper Jea Afoines very Htth is required from The editor o that paper knows very well tba every license advocate this twrn opposed most either by word or each and every it tempt of the town council to bring tbe violators of the no license ordi naqge to ThU action of men we have character feed as an encouragement of tbe unlawful acts of saloon advocates Tit van such enooui are waiting to4 for manufacturing 4ur log the ooajiag TWO pawl for jaftnuffcfl f i V Fiofojjrwml CioilM Btanilltig AdtortUfmeflM JJW LOCA Biiiliisw ttft B oentftjier ttiin Transient Mitt WcHT Aifwtl ier Itiin eiw ear fw flrit afid Ittanttl iur iiiai weijn ana ooceuss jmrMfltKNImtJI8W jiifdllloimt liioh rotate a square Ifi fj front fortiwi Uy rtnflttnhM for fnr one vetir oi1 fltll H John Winkel takes tions to that statement in our Election Extra which places hiui in the category of those who havo al ways favoracl fighting the Martin itdgerannt case to the bitter Wo have no desire to misrepresent anybody and RO will state right here that Winkel desires to be known as ono in his official capacity and has favored a compromise of this This correction is due Winkel in fair but fairness claims somathing further from WinkoPs name wac one year ago substituted or that of Stough on the no icense for tho sole as was openly explained by those who made the that Slouch was favorable to compromise while Winkel was in favor of pushing the defense for the town and saddl ng the judgement on Ingham That Winkel firmly stood on noncompromising ground one year airo was just as well under stood by the voters as that he was a icense and it will be a itirprise to his noncompromise sup ovtcrs of and to the ublio to learn that he owed his place in the late town council to a misunderstanding of his rue position in this It is ndeed strange that Winkel or wine of his personal friends have not before thought it worth while to orrect the public error relative to lis position in the very important klartin Iu the absence of any deHnitive statement from Wiakel himself in common with general have always ilassed that gentleman as his jersonal and party friends have ilassed as a WE are pleased to observe a dis position on the part of our new Call Street neighbor to if posai all the high expectations of his est friends in the editorial lis duties heretofore have not call ed for a close study of the various classes of society with their and varying jut to this study our frieud is bend ng his energies a truly aommendable The dairying ndnstry very naturally receives his irst and lie has already created some surprise among tbe armers by the learned manner in which he pronounces upon the somparative merits of oland China and Southdown is truly touching to observe the beautiful simplicity with which our friend interrogates some ilectrified fanner upon his experi ence with Durham or Devonshire Short Horn or Spanish and the prolific qualities of the modern clothes horse or All these symptoms of rapidly landing powers for good are sources of as it to the overburdened agriculturists of this vale of so to but there s still greater promise for the future At tha earnest solicitation of our young friend ws some days since nade him tha loan of a Cooley ani now the midnight oil is being prodigally expended in that young editors private apart ments while the proprietor racks his brain over the How much butter or cheese will this thing produce jf the calves are allowed to run with it The dairying world will await the conclusion of these researches with some degree of anxiety we may some ap I As the most radical of the license folks have done considerable bowl ing over our criticisms of Walstons bills for assessing the incorporated town of we have taken the trouble to look ovei the records and ascertain the exact amounts claimed by and allowed him for services as following are the bills paid series of years I01 assessing pawonal property Ul lot assessing veal and persona In 01 Benlium lor assessing personal propuit In Walstou for assessing real and umsona In Walstou tor assessing persona propeitj in In common with many other tax we have considered Mr Walstons bills A dozen capable men of this town bt glad to do tbe same work for oui half the amount paid And while we are on this subjep we desire to oaU the of tbU School District to the support they are contributing to j search of tbe records discloses tbp fact that bills to the were paid tbJ8 man during rnYsrciAN Petwrott first linnsft south eut cnniuCEatlaifti office tif PflVrA on ext door to Fords AjtrlcuUnfM on X DRUGGIST Defllur In ec Oomor of Stnto T inrlngton m y Formerly of optnad wr OverSheotz Drug nwstry b6 4 JONES to Estaljlteaed REAL ESTATE AND LOAN Notaries Pulilln and KeareaJnta of nl himlii bought mid rartlctitdir attention Blven to correcting and peifPcHng and the paylncrpf taxes for noniesldentsf Have only of title to icnl estate KoK i Dealer lu READYMADE BOOTS State fta4 iouse Sign WTiltewmhef lit work done at nrfies to ntt and In the latest itjfc of the LAMB KKKP8 BEST OF HOR915S A lass Passengers tnken to an Jluiw a mattetasTaffr us liKtweon and lioteft Wnraskai of BardQ sdutneast oC Bongey The for Watchmaker and tbirtejn months endiog for repairs and about the snljool portion of the tiots wbila ths tion ta sobool house waA WftUton fc 4 Tlinrtnuton Btrtcl ontli of PuhllB Jsi Bus to and from all ncalwin r Wals01 Brock u Dealns in Dry nil oanncd FrulK fiute east ot Bee ROBINSON Dealers In Uard ISS1 Kenper reniuiw hept State Sef adrai Dealer In every description of Farm Machinery Lcent for Linseed Oil Warehouse o e a ate See t Music 18 Tcims per of 2 r lessons wltn nsoof Piano for if by LIVERY ny part of jdnu cit Louis Cab in etM a k e r ES   

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