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   Algona Republican (Newspaper) - March 19, 1879, Algona, Iowa                                v t SOME OP MIS CLOTHING AT LESS THAN MAMtrFACTORERS NOW IS THE TIME FOR WHILE HE IS tin fkwie Months so KOSSUTH MARCH Comstock has Just worth of Which he Is selling for A new Invoice of JAP TEA AT 50 Which beats them Took effect 3M lioo IM fit in to 125 11 35 arrive leave arrive f iBilVB arrive It 50 sait 2 0fi I 05 Iowa Weather OUSTAVUS Tho following are the noon observations at Algona lor tile week ending March Wednesday Monday nw4 nws n w4 nw2 nws nws nw2 K The weather was general cold and Wind almost conilntiousfv In the Volunteer SPECIALS O1TSS PRICE TO GOODS REPRESENTED JUST AS THEY Horse for The subscriber has for sale one good four year old For terms f sale inquire of 2123 IOWA jLANDS IOWA FARMS GOOD GOODS Where Why at of and at nices which will astonish you for 15 tf ACRES AND ON GREAT INDUCEMENTS OFFERED TO SETTLERS AND By American SecretuiYnnd1 Braigrant ACRES of this LAND are Located in the BANNER STOCK ft DAIRYING COUNTY IN THE of thii Land is GRAIN m SOIL RICH BLACK THREE Bain in but little One RAILROAD tlirouffh the and a good prospect of notUer very WHEAT pay to Reads Music opposite the Court for all cinds of Musical They will not be nor surpassed n tho quality or variety of their by They can uup ly you with anything from a penny ewsharp to a thousand dollar Gall and Eatey and other Organs always on This County has care ot a very popular HERD and all stock is under the Hence no expense for except for Herding Stock ports 75 centi for Cattle and SI for Horses for GOOD Cwnpnnjrjms decided to REDUCE THE PUICE of thsir Beit Lands to to per Acre to Actual Settlers during the year For furlhtr call on or uddroBi ri2vT jwr U W W o Pedlerm got thMk oaly B O W 52 333 I DEAUBR JEWELRY I A New Invoice of JAP TEA at 5O cents that beats them AT FOR A good Prairie City Seeder for sale or Inquire at Earlys store of 2w JOUN A SOLEMN That Spear has the largest stock of CLOTHING to be found in and is actually offering Overcoats for apiece and othei joods proportionally 4tf I would respectfully solicit a share of the public All 5Is Shop over Cleary Jaulkina store south ot the public 15tf to For loans on lieal Estate apply to KOSSUTH COUNTY 127 Notice to Pay All persons indebted to me on jook or are requested to pay the same to my who has care of the and who will receipt for the 11tf Boss Goods and Boss That is what you will find by visiting Woodworths New York examining his large of New Goods and inquiring George is bound to trade if ne doesnt lay up a and that is the place to CLOCKSI WATCHES NOTICE TO iUMBEK BUYERS Herding The undersigned will run a herd at he Depot the coming SO cents for 25 for per Bull furnished Will startmy herd as early as the season will 17tf I can handle tu SB TUOUSAHU eouid U compelled TO M OSJiie Tovu 1 desire to say to the people of Algona that I pave completed arrangements for herding town cows the cooling and am prepar ed to enter into contract witht iny patrons of last year and any cithers who may desire their pows herded 50 cents per month with use of The cows will be starteo fpr herding ground at 7 oclock returued in reasonable need go Smith has such a large assortment of styles which he offers at prices to BOH Tbare are mars than a wore of or opal Itttmros for buroic and season iq Have There will he M meet ing of be Rosmth Ueunty at itore March at 9 for important f ha iRviWioB U gwt mmt pew sftw in MMPl A tfi Uw No news oould have been more suprising and startling to our people that received last Thursday morning conveying tho intelligence the sudden death of Jaggett of Tashmoo just over the county line in Hancock This painful news came by telegraph to BAvr who Was summoned to the Farri by Daggetts stronganVf lardy physical appearance and his ush and energy had led us all to ook upon him as one who would ivo to the extreme allotted ago of and one who would beper milled to enjoy to their full extent fruits of well directed t is but a few short weeks since he appeared among us at a public meet giving no sign of physical weakness but contributing with his usually energy to advance the jublio inierost in tho building up of Northwestern But we ire now informed that Daggeti ias baen ailing for somo and ias not fult as well as Io has of late returned from his frequent absences from home greatly a journey wearied and from nto Minnesota he lately returned without transacting the business for which he started so unfit for jusiucss or work did he For last few days before his death had been resting and trying to his failing but had expressed no anxiuty over the result of his On Wednesday he went to the stable to give somo at to a sick and was ound about an half hour afterwards ying on the ground a few feet rom the horse in an insensible con He breathed but a few times fter being found iu this rVe givo a brief obituary notice of the contribution of ne who has been for some years ntimato with the The uneral services for the deceased vere held at his late residence on sunday and a special train vent out from bearing a arge number of Free to chiuh order Daggett Cossuth more perhaps than will feel the loss of for ho was a resident of Algona for some years and seemed o have identified himself more with he people of his old than wilh tho icoplo of his new We have Iways claimed him for a Kossiuth Jounty a cluim whioh he Iways ready to acknowledge to its lossible A communication in this isxuo uf he answers the if fraud raised by the Ituensu leaii TS quite In the matter if illegal voting the evidence as no ono knows better ha men who are attempting to cry own that Ono case is thai f an officer of a town hip who had his board paid at a otel in town for ten days before lie who swore iiv his or returned to his h ime the ext day after election and TUB Loud Agents Convention met n Emmetsburg on Wednesday and Thursday of last week and perfect ed a permanent The oliowing are the officers elected Ormsby of Vice Elder of Secy Edrannds of Smith of Spirit Jones of Thorcson bf Lyon and Allen of Emmett were elected additional Directors of tho Smith and Frank Davey were appointed an editorial committee to provide for issuing a circular to advertise Northwestern Tho Emmelsburg newspapers ironoance the inauguration of this cooperative movement a complete success and think tho spirit of those irescnt presages a more rapid settle ment of this part of the The membership fee is fixed at five dollars and the first mooting adjourn ed with in the The next meeting will bo held in Spirit Lake some time in As it seems to be settled that Wiokwire is to locate permanent y in we take this occasion o congratulate the citizens of that own on their good fortune in secur ng so valuable an acquisition to lieir Wiukwiro has been buta few months in Jut during that time he has won tin esteem of all our citizens by his upright deportment and genial dis Wickwire will be ouiid a social one who is always ready to aid in any ood It is with genuine regret our people part with this fam but if go they must our best vishes for their future happiness and prosperity shall go Terrs Northwest Iowa can get up more and greater variety of weather in twentyfour hours than other part of the Tluirs lay morning of last week was as mild and pleasant as a candidate or but before night he northwest wind was blowing ike great and the air was till of driven snow and The hing didnt last long but was a re narkable display of the possibilities f this climate and strong We safely challenge tho world on acted in his former onpacily of town The office hold by this nan was such as necesHitJUed eeidence in tho township where aud that did not intend o gain a residence in Algona is hown by the fact that he all the ime considered himself an officer of he Another case is that f a man who had been a resident of Algona only three days but who in bis license vote and has not inoe been n resident of the took a great deal of urging to convince this man that he ought to But it is unnecessary to go over all these It is a notorious act that non voters had their board aid by the license folks to remain n town and vote on election ind this thing was carried so far as offer keep men and their teams or the benefit of their Judge ed lust Owing to the sickness of oqe attorney It is thought that the term will be shortened Tlie utter littleness of using the words oae attorney in ojder Io suppress the name of U top contemptible an exhibition of prejudice for any com Well I Well Well Wfeat changes time and policy do about to be Turn back a shori two years and we find our oritipa neighbor acting in capacity of attorney for the the projeou tioo of disbarment against the nun whom he now gaeg out of his tray to if propitiate1 be a strong tnough tisten intfntly aud the echoes of the at torneys 9f Clarke not Ued with poJujy Jtey to harsh It ia indeed should bis forreer position just at a time ante in WUy of world busi lie rapiil growth veeds and of a larger area of timber as been cleared of wood during the oason nuarly than was ever lufore cleareTrdiVrihg sea Certainly immunse quantity f sord wood piled up about town mlicates this It would seem o be dictate of wisdom that wo ook forward nnd calculate upon the unglh of tinui necessary to clear way our native timber at he present rate or at a rate certain o bu greatly and luave ur country entirely to the mercy of iealers in Tnu sub directors of the School Township of Algona met in the Jounty Superintendents oflrua ou ifojidtiy mid organized for the Lhe following aru the names of the nembersof the board 1 2 3 J 4 S 0 John 8 9 10 THE following concerning a form er Ninth District Congressman is going the rounds lately of Boone and pioneer member of Congress from tho big Northwestern district of has struck a rich bonanza in The Boone Standard reports that the miners in his mines have latftly struck an eightfoot vein of andit is reported as tho richest ore on Hazleton KINSBY to his place in CABLOW took on down Mon day and John relatives of and who had arrived on the Lee was formerly n resident of but for the last six years has resided in Cslafornia and He is well acquainted with and brings news from Carlons numerous relatives in A man canght some dress ed them and let them hang for use as A thief stole the rabits one by Our friend killed an old dressed and hung it up by the side of a dressed It was stolen all the If you see a man poking his finger down his trying to provoke a rest assuredthat it is tho man who cat did eat some torn THE following are the several committees appointed by Mayor Stacy in the present town council on Ford and Robinson on Comstock and Robinson on Streets and Lantry and Woodworfch on stock and The Mayor exofficto chairman of the committee on THE temperance people of Sterl ng elected their ticket last Monday by 85 Witner was their candidate for After a ratification raoet ing in the evening the Mayorelect and a headed by a called on Father the Catholic and thanked him for his aid in securing the LAST Monday was Patricks day in the On this as we understand the good old man steps out into daylight to sseif lie can cast a If the sun be not strong enough to produce a shadow the winter will be either prolonged or we dis remember These are scien tific facts and therefore IT was reported on Monday that a local attorney had started that morning fur Washington to prose cute a claim for the Congressional seat of the Ninth Iowa In view of reliable history it wouldnt be surprising if the prosecutor should appropriate the seat to his own should he be so fortunate as to win the suit for his The Normal Index is the name of a handsome publication emanat ing from the Eastern Iowa Normal School at the umber of which is before It ontains an interesting account of nat years commencement exercises which gives a prosperous 1 1 elected President of Jaulkins was he board for the ensuing The cither officers Rtod and liiokard OUR neighbor thought something mght to be said in criticism of our ast weeks exposiiru of Walstons ipnrpe of but aa it would inrdiy do to directly defend the jerson the editor in a very xilitio and clover manner transfers defense to parties whom he assumes to have been indirectly We have only to that gave the facts in the case in a mild way and are satisfied to it that vidence of being in let the people judge for themselves in the matter of fixing THIS new town of Whittemore oanje near being b prairie tire last The higl wind from the northwest drqvu the fire through the place at a earful Some the farmers of that neighborhood considerably alarmed for the safety of theii stacks and but no consider able damagewas done that we can Tho fire is said to have jumped one hundred feet in A meeting of the Direstors of the Kossuth Agricultural Society was held ia the M office I Saturday Heed tp premium for submission to the next meet ing of the Ol ThU meeting will be held tho law Saturday jo at 10 M The oeaujjiftee cm wil on the ftwt Saturday fa mm of the bw laic ship with Call under the firm His f soon urnvs la bis the very SCOTT U making a grand uooess of the Farm and House lold department of the Davenport just as we expected he We suggest that some of the socalled agricultural papers istablish a Farmers Department or their columns and copy from Scotts valuable and liberal contributions to the WB are requested to give notice that the school taught by assisted by Ferris and will give a public entertain ment at theWalker school house in Lotts Creek township on Thursday March We are glad to know that the new settlement about in Portland is continuing to grow and Three carloads of household goods for that settle ment were brought in a few days since from the the late annual meeting of the Algona Township electois the sum of was voted for library and the board of sub directors have appointed Schenck and Crose a com mittee to select of will preach in the Bnptist Church on Sabbath The members seem to think that whoever hears him once under any kind of favor able circumstances will want To hear him Simpkins desires us to give notice that a meeting of the patrons of cheese factory 4 will bo held in the factory building next Friday at 2 oclock to discuss the course to ba pursued the coming Indications are that immigra tion will be brisker than usual this It is setting in early and Even before the winter has departed the roads are traversed by large numbers of prairie Walter Brown of Dakota was in Algoua the first of the Professional 11 StMiUng Local Bu llngls far single Insertion x smiilre m nonpnrld ISTOrcUrs from foreign ndVcrtjsew should W iiccoimmnlert by remfttettceslor one i or for fall time If onu Kcgulnr payable tran In Business JAME8 PHYSICIAN imd i PHYSICIAN Offiea on next tlnor to 1oras Agrleuin Dealer in Perfii Corner of State Thoriiijton JHYSTCIAN AND ftt MX Machine Thorlngton Oppoalle Conit 307 Formerly ot lias opened an Over Sheetz Drug whore he wilt he yleoued tu wait upou ttt with Ing LAND A A TTORNEY AT REAL ESTATE AND LOAM Notary Puhllo and Keal of all and ParttailwniUPB tlon riven to Correcting and rerfectlnir ind the 1nylng ol Tuxes tor nonreal the only Complete Abstract of Title to JRekl Estate In Kossuth Agent tor the JStnsv mid Phcenlx Insurance and of course called Like all at our head Brown is 100 per happier since the late railroad College Alpha officered as follows Uist Vice Nellie Walk er The insti tution has been running oue Tuesday of last week Perry Burlingatne received a telegram informing him of the sudden death of his at his home in The deceased was sick bdt six announces that he will continue the practice of law in connection with the editorial Management of his His law office will be in the Ford hai taken in and shipped 70 of flax last seasons This brought upward of to the farmers of this aud adjoining namo of the Clear Lake Observer has been changed to The and the newspaper is greatly improved in its matter and makeup under the new Duffle closed the late term of court on Thursday and with Duffie took the Friday morning There will be an extra term of this court in sister of and her But of arrived at Wesley iu time to be present at at the funeral of frame of Lutans new hotel at the depot wns blown down by the heavy wind of last It was a balloon forty feet long and two stories in Grand Concert by the singers of Algona has been post poned to March more time for preparation being It will be given one night DHY State cast of See DRY West State ReeatlVt Yarda at the See adv wWo is urnUhing flax seed to our IHB decided to locate at make this bis headquarters for bun dling He will have a oar load or two of flax seed here for delivery ihis are glad to welcome lim as a resident of our AT he last meeting of the Town Uounoil the bonds of treasurer aud street commissioner were and Uomstook and Wood were appointed a committee to confer with committee from the Uometiry Association in rela tipn to enlarging the cemetery number of towns voted after on Monday of last Maioa North New JSldora and all northerq mtd Ihv is not surprising that the people of Swea nnd Greenwood township generally are unani mous for a tax to secure a north and south Yesterday I had such a bad cold that I could not I used Bulls Cough and to day I am as well as It cost roe only 25 A Robinson of kesha has recent ly become a citizen of Algona and permanently iu the rThe Stata Fish Commissioner has already thU spring deposited i big lot of fish it Spirit Medi urn Lake has been seeded down with lake Jones has received two Revolution Pahs from the raanufao m in One is a ten the other a thirty cow East Sim March Hubbard ssue out ttttllwigl from gave a very pleas ant call this Cool baugb has entered into of and Mary Hu Jopei and have dissolved their lav M well as their Lumbar has just returned been Baeoi four Iw bu Clarke te LHRNT American Emigrant Oftice west See Dealer lu DRY EADYMADE State fwl RT West door Watsons HECK CroekevYStite r See ROBINSON T State I see eornor stute and See Mi seed Oil East State MCETCHIE Vibrato State 11 work done Ht prices to suit aud lu the latest stjla ol 8ETCHELL 3AINTERS ana Bae INSTRUMENTAL SLAQLE 18 GIVWO Atusio LJJIOIIS at lier or 24 ol lift is liivhly reunimnoiKled f Fort IV IIOI vi qimrtur o fluno or d by nTly LAMB soiiUioI CABLET Louis IVf ASWACTUREIl Rtsna or Ml w Itut aqoOs at Sottoin Work aud Hepitrtrtg Watchmaker r B   

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