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   Algona Republican (Newspaper) - April 2, 1879, Algona, Iowa                                Algona gBXmq SOME QP AT LESS THAK Now IS THE fQR HOSTON BY SttbAcrltitton In advance Month In advance j fbres Months tlnftdvfttieo BO I DEALER Comstock has Just received worth of A Now TEA at 6O cents that beats tliem AT APPLES 46 cents n peck at JFOR A good Prairie City Seeder for sale or Inquire at Earlys store of 2w JOHN HOUSE and LOT FOB One large newly MUST bo sold in 30 Knquire of 234 IODJT leather straps used by undertakers in interring Please JOHN return to Which he Is selling for A new Invoice of JAP TEA AT 50 Which beats them Potatoes for The Monroe Brothers have three bundled bushels of choice potatoes for sale at their place in Irvingtoii this issue of the UKPUUMOAN will be found a communication from explaining his soldier record and clearing it before the public of the slanderous mud oast by his John Heed was a soldier in the Company with Heckart during three years of sor vice under the second i 3 to the effect tbat Heckart alway seemed anxious to do his whole duty as a and to do even more than was expected of The charge that Heckart had forfeited his rights as a voter by leaving the com mand to which he first belonged is very thin The law distinctly All persons who deserted the military or naval services of the United did not return thereto or report themselves to a GOOD GOODS Where Why at of and at pi ices which will astonish yon for 15 tE Garden Langdon has them in bulk and will sell an ouncu may be or more a 2325 Grass O1T2 PRICE TO GOODS REPRESENTED JUST AS THEY Kentucky Blue Grass seed can be obtained per Johnson for 2325 French 23tf Calf Buys a Hard Pan pail boots IOWA IOWA SFARMS alcohol Pick les already for immediate use for sale at SEWING MACHISTE for little or nothing at this ACRES ON GREAT INDUCEMENTS OFFERED TO SETTLERS AND By Emigrant Oompanv Pvosldmit f Secretary and f ACRES of this LAND are Located in KOSSUTH the IN THE STATE tyfVI08t Of this LantMs QRASS GRAIN Climate Bain or Mud in but little One RAILROAD Through the antl a good prospect of nother very WHEAT pay This County has a very popular HERD and all stock is under the care of Hence no expense for except for Herding Stock costs 78 cents for Cattle a ndTTfor Horsesfor the GOOD Business 12 Scholarship Very cheap at KKPUBLICAX Wall The Spring time Inis come gentle also the time for rnpnpurlng your Before you buy call and sec ihose beauifful designs and patterns just receiv ed at He Las the finest assortmptit in 2430 PIPES mado for sale at from tobacco leaf provost within sixty days after the issuance of the proclama tion of tho dated the llth day of At the time that proclamation was issued Heckart had completed over two years of service under his socond and of course could not be affected by the Tho Upper Des Moines correspondent has evi clently gathered his information from that sneaking back biter who has given the last twenty years to attacking his neighbors in this county from the cover of somo safe hiding JOHX WALLACE received a letter from the Sheriff of Chicago some days inquiring if it was his purpose to prosecute Gooch and the commission merchants who failed one year ago with ot Kossuth County farmers cheese money unaccounted These men were indicted by the Grand Jury of Cook county for appropriating thiH money to their own and a meet ing of tho parties interested in this county was held last Saturday to uv n t rl A meeting of the patrons of Cheese Factory Lotts Creek town was held in the factory building last Hatch was elect ed Chairman of the meeting and Hinton White and Keed were present and answered for themselves as Messrs Boyle and Hinton were strongly in favor of continuing to patronize the factory for another year and argued strongly in that All who were present signed an agreement to patronize the factory through the season of accepting the purchasing offer of the It is thought that all the patrons of last season will accept the terms and that a larger amountof milk will be furnish than was furnished last WB are indebted to Hinton for the following list of school officers of Lotts Creek township subdistrict Nellis Beardsley Liitz G Beardsley is of the IliiJton and Hatch The appropriations are teachers fund contingent house and library There are to be eight months of At latest accounts parties interest ed were considering the matter of sending over to Emmetaburg for the remainder and the leaders of the gang who raised pandemonium in VVhittemore last It does not seem to be just the thing to punish a few of the least blameworthy in that transaction and let the leaders go scot THE following are the Directors of I ortland Township IRE 2 Hal 3 John 4 William 5 E Fitch 0 7 Caulkinsj 8 M 9 John 10 11 12 WB are pained to learn that our old Stow of Portland has been greatly reduced OV HIM J evening is the tim for the regular annual election c officers of Prudence Lodge 205 and Wan chard is engaget in the Real Estate business on his own account and is pushing tho sal of land with enterprising firm of Bradley ANiooulin are erecting a large two story wagon and paiut shop oti Oat Wilson is preparing to erect a store building on the busi ness lot directly east of Hawes chronic ailment and in now school in this township the coming Teachers wages are and for first and second Lotts Creek pays hard cash for sell Boots for per but they nro not hardpan tut something that has got the wear in best for the 2420 JThU Company 1ms decided to REDUCE THE PllICE of their Befit Lands to per Acre Actual Settlers during the year 1878 For further call on or address I would respectfully solicit a share of the public All fits Shop over Cleary Caulkins store south ot the public lotf am not sellinrj out at but will sell 27 pounds dried npiilw for 2420 I am now prepared to fill all orders in dressmaking in the latest and most approved and would respectfully solicit tho con tinned patronage of the oldfriends and to Foi1 loans on Iteal lintate apply to KOSSUTII COUNTY 127 consider and decide the course It was finally decided to send Wallace to Chicago and leave the settlement of tho matter with authorizing him to make terms of settlement or press the prosecution of the indicted Wallace started for Chicago last Monday HunnARD warns his neigh bors to beware of line He lost several articles of clothing a few nights This is a now experience in fur it has ever been considered perfectly safe to leave any portable property exposed in Indeed tla town has been remarkably free from petty sneakthieving through all its and we are inclined to attribute Ilubbards misfor uine to a momentary lapse from strict rectitude on the part of some transient Nevertheless it will be wise to draw in the clothes linn before dark and keep a weather eye out in the direction of the Ouu fat friend of the Call street concern is displaying remarkable enterprise in his new field of n some respects excelling so good a about making W nM felt print dutlutlr ty or giiUjbl in yonp bo mUMr nut loor sour BM4 3 liii toffr yjffl PlBllr DBBf yew vm bo matter WDM wrong tdw ftl loof M pattlbltt MtUi Uo M prlot If 041 U aUauiA took Mil ton your di ftUnt JM By Byitem and fitted with Combination Perfootod cannot tbWk Sale only 33 Gr O W IT IE o tH rH f Q W DEALER IN JEWELRY CLOCKS WATCHES lrlBB of All CLAEEf DEVOLUTION MILK 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 HUDSON is some decided improvements in his office on Call He will have an office partitioned off in the south end of the present newspaper and this is to be the sajictum and law office On one side he will dispense fiction to his sub scribers and on the other he will dispense with law in advising his During the heat of summer the editorlawyer or what you may call him will have a Manchester Revolution Pan elevated to the peak of the building for a TIIE saloon advocates of Algona have denounced without stint all expenses incurred by the town council of last year in bringing to punishment the violators of a town m unable to walk about tho We hope to see him out once more after the balmy spring atmosphere has recuperated his wasted IlAimorjou left town on Monday morning for her home in Iort Her work in has been very resulting in an addition of twentyone to the There is to be a meeting at College Chapel to morrow THE Commissioner of the United States Land Office has just delivered an opinion of some interest to North wesUrn That decision is to the affect that the McGregor Missouri River Railroad has no title to any railroad grant laud west or is a loud call for houses to rent this and the response is far from Not for several years has the scarcity of dwelling houses been so deplorable as this A few renting The application of their theories in the VVhittemore case must consign to the demnition bowows tho party upon whose complaint the rioters wore arraigned before a peace This Tuter beer fermentation is likely to cost the taxpayers for each dollai expended in the cases of last sum Tup action of the railroad folks in offering reduced and excursion rates to passengers seeking a home in the is a movement in the right direction and must result in the more rapid settling mi of this Northwestern Of course the company will be benefitted the by its liberal reduction Li present passenger and immigrant freight but the benefit to the country will be both present and Methodist friends have goo a lowspaper man as his services of the celebrated The facility and grace with which Philip for a concert tenements would bo found profitable just now in Blaneharrl informs us that the house of Mahoney in Lotts Creek township is complet ed and is occupied by the renter C from Uie house is 20 by 30 feet iu size with 18 feet people have made arrangements for monthly and lectures by of Des Some of the best citizens of Algona are prominent in this liberal the surveying party that went westward from hare last Bert Hist and Charles Barber are with Engineer Kimball on the lino from Pattersonville to The others have gone further Pocahontas Times a bie real estate man from was in town last Thursday Hancock starts for Chicago tomorrow morning to pur chase a stock of spring The will hold meeting at Irighama Thursday afternoon at 3 Monday Club will meet next Monday evening at the resi dence of Mins Wick wire and her daughter took yesterday mornings train for their future Ward has rented rooms in Mclntyres building and will occupy with his Franc Moon is enjoying a vacation in school duties by visiting friends in give life and vigor to a Just ask the Whitteraore It is tbe only medicine I would give my a mother speaking of Bulls Baby Coolbaugh has joined her husband in Board of Supervisors will convene next are being made in Earlys store Bongey barn is now ready for Musical Thn convention mot on March and lasted five The object was that all the classes might unite and show what advantages could be gained by cooperating Advcf thing ril i ix cenes curti JAMES Office it jwttdoorto lord Agrlciiltl Denier in Booh Oorncr of Tlioniijton and S C A PHYSICIAN AND sukfiKcmT DWDM Priie PCrtunUrn omNEi Mnctnhm Opposite Court Formerly of openedna Over Sheetzt DKug AT ESTATE tJiPff Juh110 Beal Estate IalJ kfndj bouglit Particular aMon 01 Fven to CoiTBCtlncr nd tho Pnylnft of TRxeitornonresldonta tiw of Title ta Tltfal slnto n Krrantli Apent Mthi id riiceiilx Inauraiice T A OENT American Emigrant cheap onice Dealer In DRy GtlZOOXIKrinflrj READYMADE CLOTHING BOOTS SHOES State Wtttdoor i Watsons SeeadVK DKV Btiite east of See CLEARY DKY West State See see by some of our new invoice of Teas every few days for 50 cents per pound I hat beats them 3420 The undersigned will run a herd at the Depot the coming 50 cents for 25 for per Bull furnished Will start ray herd as early as the season will J7tf Tovvu 1 desire to say to the people of Algona that I have completed arrangements for herding town cows the coming am prepar ed to enter into contract with my patrons of last year anJ any others who may desire their cows 50 cents per month with use of The cows will be started for the herding ground at 1 oclock in reasonable season in Have 55 cows already 21 27 IS SKLIJNG le remodels and transfers news items from the RBPCBLIOAV evinces awonderful power of mental assimilation and To those who read the REPUBMCANon Wednesday the local column of Thursdays will be inter esting as a study of the different in Itr KirtVi 4 It n n CL way in which the be same facts may LOCAL Stowell lias been in town again for a few Re is working up a Sood whion is not as lie thoroughly under stands life insurance and tho Equitable is one of the best companies in the that WUtltemore had been named Wallace was accompanied to Chicago by as Neff Uas been enjoying a trip west during Ask no There was a slmkoun down on the road between Garner and Britt Friday The caboose on the night freight Jumped the track while running at a high rale of speed anil bounced along for half a mile before the train men found out what was going Ten passengers and nobody but dont try t Fawcett lalks aboutreligion at the Chapel Go and hear him if there are any questions you have doubts R Amos of Putnam of Em metsbnrir and Will Amos of Wnitternore came in the Saturday night Beard writes from fayingJie is feellog pretty in fact better pretty But ke wants tlie are istereeMng re going on at the Bnptist pliqreH every power of Ualtlt is as we thought tbe other evening at the concert wheo we found local politician whose name baa recently been spoken Washington occupying Hit wats which we bad of May Phillips has lately completed circuit of the and has won applause as a singer in most of the great His are one half the receipts of the the other half to bo applied to some charitable or religious Editor of the Dodge says A great many cheese fac tories ave being turned into cream eries and my impression is that it is a good time to go into cheese mak All circumstances and pros pects considered he arrives at the conclusion that cheese making is to be more profitable the coining sea sou than butter WE are indebted to McCoy for a map of the territory tributary to the IVy present ing on its reverse side a list of re auoe4 rates on immigrants move and settlers efleots to the choice farming lands line of In addition to this reduced freight list half fare tickets will be sold to buna fide land seekers pass ing qver the Woodwprtb has a farm up country and made stock growing something a lie invested in geese two or three years and the lither day bis renter sold out everytbipg but one g9ose and a pound of and George is now trying to 19 J W114W Vll I exchanges that the Iowa Heal Estatd Association has entered into an arrangement with the Ry for bringing in immigrants west of Mason City at half Early took the Monday morning train for lie will be absent some purchasing a stock of poods for each of his one at Spencer and the other in fooliih man foldeth his andsaith There is no trade why should I advertise But the wise man is not He whoopeth it up in the and verily he draweth custom from afar Harknans of agent for the Minneapolis Linseed Oil was in town over Saturday He is introducing a prepared liquid paint manufactured by his company and recommended very is reported that Johnson is about building several tenement houses in town forrentin This seems like a wise movement in view of the scarcity of renting are glad to know that Donnavan is getting along finely after the amputation of her She is able to walkabout the house and is gaining All of the township were well represented with the ex ceptinn of a part of where religious meetings were in progress See advts ROBINSON HARDWARE State See adVt Southwest coruer State mid See C seed Oil Kast State MCETCHIE fMIAMPION State See and la tbe latest itylp ottSa i assessed this year BV at per the Des Moincs and Minnesota at tbe KidgeJy at ha4 the pleasure last week of meeting agent for the sale of tbe Randolph a harvesting machine manufactured at Gnu n Sheldon New notices the starting out of the railroad extension party from that town and predicts he old af Mui ts Jsterest syer in the p ot his to 4J to irrei the sompletion of the rpa4 before snow fliea again maple sugar season at Aigona iiJ often find late Fever or LUOK trqubl9 let TUousunds lose tUeir lives bis the comely demeanor of Jay moots our approbation and mer its our esteem That wo tender a vote of thanks him for hU in his instruction o the inhabitants of unr and that in parting we solicit his speedy And be it further That a copy of the above pre amble and resolution be presented to Pro leasnn ami Bariauia as a token of our That a copy of the above be forwarded to the Al ona UBPOBMOAN and Upper Dei Moinet for Per order of QBBBNWOOD Kossutli Mitrcli Doafcli Rate ot Our country is getting to bis teatfuljy ho average of Ufa being les sened every witheut reasonable death moat iuslgnifloaut origin of the year a usually Crmm tlie At thU U in the hurry of every been i ogre nun Dill from ft POJ all dUeusg of Turoat Syrup lUeli to be tUe QiRCOvery jl Its kind W9til3 I he average attendance was 125 The programme of the day consisted of a morning commencing at 10 and holding two adjourning an hour and a half for dinner and social then an afternoon session of two clos ing at half past Jays furnished the instrumental which was highly appreciated by while Hawks favored us with occasional pieces from his A concert was given on Friday afternoon to benefit those from a and another on Saturday the cloe the when the following House Sign resolutions of thanks were and adopted by unanimous vote we now close our Musical Convention of five under the direc tion of olin Jay j and we appreciate the received anil progress made therein id Jay lias been instru mental in bringing into our midst and introducing to us aa expert Barnum and we recognize in Jay a musical an able instructor and willing worker and SETCHELL pArVTEUS and Watotim and JsV ju p   

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