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   Algona Republican (Newspaper) - March 26, 1879, Algona, Iowa                                EAELEY IS SELLING SOME OF HIS CLOTHING AT LESS THAK MANUFACTURERS NOW IS THE TIME FOR WHILE HE V Algona Kepubliean BT BOBffOff Subscription 100 MifM M DEALER IN Comstock has Just received worth of OlfcOOEJEfclESsJ Which he Is selling for A new Invoice of JAP TEA AT 50 Which beats them OWE TO A GOODS REPRESENTED JUST AS THEY IOWA IOWA FARMS ACRES AND ON GREAT INDUCEMENTS OFFERED TO SETTLERS AND By tlie American Emigrant 1 Secretory and f ACRES of this are Located in KOSSUTH the BANNER STOCK DAIRYING COUNTY IN THE Land Is iniRSTOLASS GRASS SOIL RICH BLACK THREE Olimata No Bain or Mud in but little One RAILROAD Through the and a good prospect ot very WHEAT This County has a very popular HERD and all stock is under the of Hence no expense for Fencing except for Herding Stock costs 75 cents for Cattle and 81 for Horses for the GOOD estalil Toil Company bag decided to REDUCE THE PRICK of their Best Lands to per Acre te Actual Settlers daring ths yaar For farther call on or address w W n w nttiM m MiUkNif W o B tuuTou ThtrtU no or mini V J bat Doab taU r4 I Bymtemi Mid fitted with ConAlnatlon PwfooUA owmot get tyiiTir ly W IK SILVERWARE JEWELRY I CLOCKS WATCHES mid of All ware CLABIS REVOLUTION MILK tie business In exppsJDg lew BtneseasBn ofr in aooouat pi tUe t OLABS Pslawwa KOSSUTH MARCH l A New Invoice of JAP TEA at CO cents that beats them AT APPLES 45 cents peck at by to whom the owner will apply and pay 25 cents for this FOR mare four years Inquire of Al POK A good Prairie City Seeder for sale or Inquire at Earlys store of 2w JOHN TUB Alpha Zeta literary society of Algona College produced a vary good programme at the chapel last consisting of and tbe reading of a manuscript paper by The discussion of the question whether tho soldiers of the Revolution or the Rebellion were more deserving of was quite interesting and creditable to both the Artor took up the cause of tho Revolutionary reading f rorn manuscript his reasons for his with spirit aud Leggett was to celebrated the praise of tha TT t l HOUSE and LOT One large twostory newly MUST be sold in 30 Enquire of 234 Horse for The subscriber has for sale one good four year old For terms of sale inquire of 2123 Potatoes lor The Monroe Brothers have three hundred bushels of choice potatoes for sale at their place in Irvington GOOD GOODS Where Why at of and at prices which will astonish you for 15 tf our office at present am offer lor sale just the handsomest smoothest and best little lovo of a sewini machlnoyou rrer Itlsspieand spal Just received from tlie manufactory and is a Home It is a hanc butcan bo attached to a tabli and converted Into a treadle machine a Accompanied by all the modern iraproromenta and iu running order i will bo if taken within 80 foi just 815 You cant do its not in the nature of tilings that you The above comes along very We have one of the same kind of machine anc were at a loss to find terms suitable exPoss the miraculous tut 01 me Union but bring unavoidably y anfl vnlue of tha W Garden Langdon has them in bulk and will sell an ounce or more as may be 2325 Grass Kentucky Blue Grass aeed can be obtained of per Johnson for 2325 Buys a pair of French Calf Hard Pan boots at Choice alcohol Piuk les already for immediate use for sale at D his place was well supplied by Miss Nellie who made aa eloquent plea for the recognition of the heroism of the volunteers who marched to the front in The debate was a decided The oration by Walker was of the best we have listened to in the His Gradual was handled in a truly ingenious and able and held the admiring attention of every auditor throughout its de VValker speaks like a and his effort last evening certainly gave promise of high attainments as a speaker when The paper by Uist was a witty production which provoked unbounded mirth among big and and like all of its the objectionable personalities only con tributed to tho enthusiasm with which it was The music interspersed throughout the pro gramme by Misses Libbie Emma Eva Cady and Hudson was well i were Wo therefore appropriate the language of the and add that pur machine may bo inspected at this and that it is for sale at so small a figure that we are really ashamed to mention We have no use for the and it is too ornamental for a printing b A large handsome circular just issued by Ormsby of comes to this by which we are assured that this enterprising firm arepushing things with their usual If more of our land dealers would make use of printers ink in spreading a kuowl edge of the advantages which this section offurs to wo should see the tide of immigration increas ed in Tho older portions of the State are flooded with every description of advertisement direct ing the attention of those in search of new and cheap homes to Nebraska and while as to the advantages of the newer por idson was well rendered as porgentlemen moan what they say when the recitation by Magoie Stato they announce goods for sale away rsonand the declamations bv no means of mforraadown below and purchasers Henderson and the M Ward and David The personation of Brudder Bones by T TV Robinson was only the U fMabln1 artist took tha nff last losing foi artist took the edge entirely off t0fwn ast he burlesue b f f the burlesque by trying to at too f many V once and receiving and The I would respectfully solicit a share of the public All fits Shop over Cleary Oaulkins store south ot tho public IStf to For loans on Heal Estate apply to KOSSUTH COUNTY 127 SEWING MACHINE for little or nothing at this Business 12 Scholarship Very cheap at KKPPBCICAN Tho Parker If any man wants to buy a Parker Gun he will save a considerable sum by calling at this PIPES mada from tobacoo leaf for sale at 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 am now prepared to fill all orders in dressmaking in the latest and most approved and would respectfully solicit the con tinued patronage of the old friends and Notice to Pay Up All persons indebted to me on book or are requested to pay the same to my who has care of ths and who will receipt for the 11tf Herding The undersigned will run a herd at the Depot the coming 50 cents for 25 for per Bull furnished Will start my herd as eavl7 as the season will iMf Town Uerdt 1 desire to say to the people of Algona that I have completed arrangements for hording town cows tho coming and am prepay ed to enter into contract with my patrons of last year and others who tuny desire their cows 5Q cents per month with use of The cows will be started for the herding ground at 1 oclock and in reasonable season in the Have 85 IS many characters at especially too many success of this by the Alpha Zeta encourage tho giviaf public progrann n STEVENS favors us with entertainment as are society outfit to to be for feeding by 5viaK list of the sub directors of Wesley The dUtriot numbers Oecome are not The foUow a the sub Ha C L Ward P Gu ren y ey ave never proven IT idiots by depending upon il and MuPherson Tlio Presidou of tho Board is Harris Seoy At the annual meeting the appropriations were voted for School House Fund and 1100 for Library Out of the Library Fund three weekly news papers are to bo furnishud each sub district in the these news eis circulating in the same The Western InterOcean and Irish World are the papers Tha teachers wages for tho coming year are fixed at and for thu three CLARKE of Greenwood hands us the names of the subdirectors of that Here they are 3 4 5 Vi 0 Peter 7 8 9 and 11 10 The officers of tho board are The wages for the coming year are fixed at and per It has been decided to have four months of singing school next Each subdistrict has been voted for a Fund and for a Contingent GreenwopcHs good for cash Wa are indebted to Da Parsons for tbe following list of subdirectors of Cresco Township 1 Stewart 2 3 T 4 5 0 B Itfo 1 8 0 10 Joseph BMoClellan is of the Parsons and Tliggs The Wages voted teachers are month for sijmraev and for winter FprSchool Oua old Pitt is just now engaged in the pleasant duly of gathering together the bloated fortune realized by him in the three yearn of newspaper busi no to live to a green old age in a style becoming a During the last four weeks he has collected of the the very satisfao a peck of Fund was voted by tbe The Teaohers fuud is for the cerning UrenoQ pays m r fQllowmg are the members the present School Board of ntfiB Townshm 3 i ft Bush g President of Rannov Honir onH 3f W HUINOUHY MIW PRiClil C Maben of Garner was ia 10 a bualiel for oats and 27 for This grain as we are Hammond passed hrough Algona last being called to Palo Alto to perform a Eary came over from narriage ceremony in which his Sona Tuesday He sister was the Hammond een an inventory of 3 now preaching at where ll 8toolc his 10 is eniovinjr his oustomarv this much reviled grasshopper as our more fortunate neighbors were wont to call this and the country west of has already he is enjoying his customary proa verity and There are falmerS Oannot they have never proven combined at and he is Saturday was quite thinly ookiag up the business of cheese Another meeting will be called and butter making in the o SOME of our farmers are templating sending eastward for a stock of calves of an imroved young stroke of shot gun good as one dozen eggs one sack of feathers one bottle corn medicine sure and a pedestrians free pass to good for all WE ABB called upon this in our capacity of historian of the cur rent events of our to record another of those painful and unex pected failures which seem fated to occur with startling and which is this time located on Thor ington failure of an averagesized brindle dog to swallow a piece of medicated beef and live through The disconsolate owner derives his sole consolation from the oftquoted words from Shakespeare A dead dog is better than a live JONBS was over in Pooa houtaa County last week and extend ed his ride to Fgnda on the Illinois Central He reports the farmers of that country as much interested ia dairying us are the farmers of Uowa average in value in some thing higher that they are valued with Butter with all tbe advantages of patent the submerging is the popular branch of dairying in I Lozian of Sioux City recently been engaged in dis cussing of Universalwm with a celebrated The dia was held at West and opntianed s reported by tbe ot the Methodist tfeat the it fe safe to th DONT forget the Concert of next Friday The musical talent engaged for that evening gives promise of a superior Should this concert he quite satis factorily patronized we have promise of something new and un usnnlly attractive in the same line in the not distant The very reasonable admission fee it possible for almost everybody to at party oonsigting of Van Charles Bert Langdon and started westward on the Monday evening train to join Engineer Kimballg surveying Van Cise hopos to improve his health by a roughing experience on the Dakota Cram mond will accompany the surveying party in the capacity of for single Insertion i 60 Cdfi a smjftrft m nonnarlfll t tarorders from ftiw by lot of full time If of leSfc advertising slent in or hope Business tiie girl had lolt on tho topmost stair Us feat now out llko wild florae Ho struck each stair with a sound liltea flille the B rl helnw with thn scrubbing things Uughecnike a flentt to get him Cravath is establish a second preparing newspaper The name the paper is to bo The Pudding nnd Pitt is contemplating a judicious stirring up of things in native We look for a ygoroua flourishing the Pudding Stick and wish it abundant TUB Sioux City Journal says the prevailing impression is that the lly will be extended about 100 miles this This would carry the terminus to the James in through a country comparatively well settled now and rapidly filling THE NKW advertisement of Cleary Caulktns speaks for These entlemen moan what they say when IP anything appears in your home journal that you dont stop your paper at Your neighbors all take and you can borrow reading without compromising your Wallace desires to meet the factory patrons of 77 in court house hall next March to consider important A full attendance is earnestly re Wolf is engaged in a premium fence for the grounds of Fred Fred seems disposed to surpass the whole town in his residence building and surround ings the residence nay depend upon and should not by Hartsough are Felt of Gordo was in town Felt is about erecting Creamery and Cheese Factory Business on the farm is becom ing lively about these The Cerro seeder and harrow are getting oiled last burnished after their long to tha bad woman suffrage meeting of last this part of The wind is uo respecter of ai was shown by the reok less uarrying away of the awninajaf conOf the Store last SundayT seem to outnumber the in this part of tht cattle is a fane T DUUUUIH m img part or In connection with the We know of no remedy mprovement of the home stock this for this state of things brother of Clarke of Algona has been ad mitted to the He will be a good for the i a late meeting of Board elected for tho spring Miss washer of the Primary Wiokwire and daughter returned from Sioux City last Friday Wiokwire was in town over Sunday but returned to Garner on Monday He has en gaged a house in Garner and will occupy with bis family next Waterbpuse is once again n and is residing in the Tom Silbert Gilbert and family are on the Billings farm east of They take the place of and Aldrioh who return to tbeir old kantry will control and operate the entire Algona House uilding during the coming The large barn and ample stabling attached to the hotel will also e managed by understand that the new editor of the is going to Mason City to address the Reform at that place on temperance lext which encourages the that sn of factory Iiotts Creek are to meet in tbe factory ml4ing next Monday at 9 oclock to consider tbe coarse to be entered upon for the coming school exhibition given by be pupils of tbe taught by tamed the patrons the school havs no partisalarj swept it was pjeagant 8ot flows A twwery iMfl MMhii that WiU ft very a bull gefytn flAntA i c f JmSfltyi f t the brides in Palo Alto by brother of March John of Woodbury to Miss Louisa gallant frinud White brought out his double team aud big sleigh last Saturday and gave the young ladies of town the crowning sleighride of the was assisted by several able cheese meeting called for last Friday at Factory 4 was thinly the prevailing storm driving the patrons to the communication from Barclay to an Algona friend con tains the following cheering informa tion Our baby four weeks cant be beat north or revival meeting conducted JAMES pHYflrciAN and surflfrfn 1 low pHYSTOIAK Si i next door to Foi ds AgrlCUltl STATION Dealer In BooksjPa Corner of Tliorliiglnn Towiti REACK PHYSICIAN ASD Btatlonerv rfl Machine Opposite Court Formerly of 1ms opened Mr Over whore he will be pleased to wait ng AT REAL ESTATE AMD LOAN AGENT Notary FuWIo and rlon otary ill kin to Correcting and Feneuuiig md flie Paying of Taxes ETMi i only Complete Abstract of Title to TKMfl state n Kossuth Agent for the and Phoenix Insurance continuing with a growing There are upward of fifteen new converts as the result of the Al A OENT American Emigrant aorefr cheap Office west See Dealer 5 DRY READYMADE SHOES 1 Stata M4I 7 Wataont t N DKV State east of See CLEARY DRY Oloceries Crookary West State Algona See advt Hull hitched up his dano brother of Clarke is expected in Algona to remain some months and perhaps per the blind lecturer on will occupy the pulpit of the Congl Church on tbe 12th of winter terjn of the College on Friday The spring opens a week from April Thomas was elected mayor of Storm Lake by a majority of 81 votes over editor of the new EmmetsbBrg council has pat saloon licenses up 9 The measure was carried by a vote of five to young friend Fawoetlf ii spending a few days among bis Al gona enjoying Colby baa olosfdhis school in Fenton township and is in town a few CauHsina breaking in opoij the SUtBi VJT ROBINSON State See Haid Southwestforaenl State and Sue T FARM Minnesota seed Oil Kaat State MCETCHIE BR08 EEAPEB8 State T 1 the See House Sign All work done At and In the latest style SETCHELL recommenced by LAMB CABINET fAJTOAOTIHI Bowyer has received a itook watobw tf yWy K w   

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