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   Algona Republican (Newspaper) - April 16, 1879, Algona, Iowa                                f IT WILL 00 YOU aoOD AKp CO3T yocj A w BVERWHm3 Comstoc KOSSUTH APRIL IT is with no little pleasure DEALER has Just received worth of fhlch he Is selling for A new Invoice of TEA AT 50 Which beats them 01TE PRICE TO JUST AS THEY BUSINESS Dissolution Notice is hereby pivun that the partnership heretofore existing under the firm name of deary Caulking is this lay Parties haviirg with the old firm are notified to call and settle the same without April The business will from this date be conducted by the who will pay the highest market price for grain or take cash for 27tf CUTS at Witikels Meat Market at 8 per 2732 All For One Dollar I Dalton ia bound to be ahead and is now offering 8 pounds of Coffee for Is every day receiving new goods and is prepared to suit all tastes and His stock consists of Dnv 26tf Dress Up Thats the and it cant be carried out more completely than by choosing from Hancocks stock of 28tf Potatoes lor The Monroe Brothers have three hundiecl bushels of choice potatoes for sale at their pluce in Irvinglon 23 i v vi v Miunaiiii tiji ww announce thosiicness of our loca committee in closing an enpagpmen for a lecture from Jospph take place on the evening of Ma Tho subject of his lctnr will ba Ultimau N doubt will be nn oxoursio train run from as far east as Oliarle City to accommodate those who wil want to improve tho opportunity t listen to this celebrated am iprlncprl rates may be looked for This the boldest venture in th line of encaging high priced lecturnrs thn people of Al gona have thus but predict that its success will aaifl future enterprise in this direc Our business men are taking hold of the matter with commend which is an enrnes of in Of Joseph Cool very little need be He ha made his name familiar in thi country within the past few yems mainly by his famous Boston Won day Tie is one of th grandest thinkers of our and his success as a lecturer throughou the country has been second tha of Alwona and towns we are him as fine an audience as he oai wish to The will probablv fix upon 35 cents fo with 50 cents for resorv ed GOOD GOODS Where Why at of and pi ices which will astonish you for 15 tf French 23tf a of Calf Hard Pan boots at Caittentlon to their New Stock of llilNERY ood Everything a That is the way his stock and and tho wav the people call for his goods shows that they think so 20tf SEWING MACHINE for little or nothing at this is Immense Thnt is what they say of Galbriviths new stock of Call aud 2520 has a new and large slock of and uiin supply his customers cheaper limn they can afford to go tf Now Do You Do yon want anything in the line of Dry Boots and Hals and Yunkeo Notions and Grn oeiles Now do you call un Spear and flud any of DIDSO 2ilf The Shoes GROCERIES Good Warranted to be Just as They are Opposite IOWA FARMS AND ON GREAT OFFERED SETTLERS AND Wall Spring lime Jms come gentle also the timo for repiiperinjf your Before you buy call and see those beautiful iiHd patterns just receiv ed at Ho has the finest assorlmrnt in It is now certain that PhilFp Philjips is to visit Algona on UK 5th of May and that our people arc to have an opportunity of listening to one of the pleasing of solr Phillips has travelled upward of miles in the last years and has made the circuil of the singing as he journey to all nations and peoples Wherever he goes he stipulates that half the proceeds of his entertain ments shall be given to some good He has sung in the House of Representatives at Washington in the Mormon Tabernacle at Salt tho Crystal Palace and Spur gpons Tabernacle in and in all the principal cities of He never fails to please and never resorts to low claptrap or buffoonery to win No one should fail to hear this world renowned WK enjoyed the pleasure of a brief oall from Jeanson of Now 1 ork on Monday evening He had been paying a brief visit to the Srvea colony and took the train on his homeward trip yeiUrdav will bo back again in a short limej to a more ex tended The haVrecent ly received bin commission as Immigration Agent for the State of THE following from the Sioux City JonrnaPs report of the meeting of meeting tho Church Extension Hoard of Northwest Iowa indicates that the Methodist friends of this place succeeded in securing a donation From Algona district presented an application from Algona for lo aid in erecting a new church at Al It was strongly represented by the and the grant as was also one from Spencer for 4400 to ad in re building their church which had boon destroyed by This was likewise Bradley Niooulin are now oo pnpying their new factory Ihe addition is 24 by 44 feet on the with 18 feet The upper story is to be used as a pairn and store while the lower in connection with the old to be used for This institution is now turninr out cutters Seventy hve buggies and wagons were turned out last Five men in addition to the proprietors are constantly We take pleasure in noting the prosperity of all local enterprises of this able work in manufacture of wagons and Warner doing the ironing anil Waterhoitse the An inspection of some A farmer hands us the following riddle A man escaped from tho Plains of Mamrt and told that Esool and a few olhei8 living on the Plains of Mature would like Abrahams children who are livins on the Hills of Ahunre tf come down to build uii and also want the children of Dan to come up and Now the children of Abraham seem to be contented as they are and say they would go back to their if any Come boys keep quiet and you may stand iiother chance for iv iitii in llrgll to bring at least rushing into This this county II the Steak From those fatted beeves kept cdnstnntly on baud by Potor 2782 I would respectfully solicit a share of the public All fits Shop over Cleary Caulking store south ol the public iotf lerioan Emigrant rand 5 f 1AND are Located in the BANNEBPK DAIRYING COUNTY IN THE I U GRASS GrRAIN BLACK THREE UoBaia or Mud in A but little jtotteer i Wi Qf i the and a good prospect of WHEAT very popular HERD and all stock is under tho lence np expense for Fencingi except for pentifor Cattlt Horyifor tho I am now prepared to fill all orders in dressmaking in the latest and most approved and would respectfully solicit the con linued patronage of the old friends and Herding 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 inhabitants into between now and next informs us that about a dozen houses will be put up in the Syiea eMlcintiit tins and about half that number aru now in process f We hope to give soine interesting informal ion as to this prosperous community before WE believe in protection to local and in the interests of oiiio of those we rise to inquire vhether or not the street peddlers who week retailed cheap buggies n our streets were required to ut a peddlers If them is o ordinance to cover this sort of hing let one bo enacted at nd let the local manufacturers who ay taxes be protected against the iroads of foreign manufacturers vho are only interested in our town extent of exchanging their ares therein for SostB of our business men nd aru seriously ho question of diverting to this onion of Iowa a small stream from u river of migrating negroes now llunntrc iiilA of the work lately done by them wonvincing of the folly of purchas ing the cheap stuff brought into town and sold by Superintendent Crose lost a horse and small colt on Monday morning They were burned in a small stable in they were being The tire is supposed to have carelessly kindled by a This is the second loss by fire sustained by Crose within a few He lost two horses in the Bongpy POMPES Brewery inFentontown ship was to open business yesterdav Our good wishes for the success r the enterprise will not be expecter but when we get ready to ooiiifrati late the praveyard sexton upon hi peculiar line of business then we wi be prepared to wish the brewer abundant THE following is the list o Jurors for the June term of Circni Court D Schryvei O John Ander Spear E THB following ia the list o Jurors for special term of Distrio June 1879 Tim Coffin Stephen Fre TTT r r n Hofius E Paul It David J S F AFTER Comstock had com pleted his purchases of sheetings ii Chi CARD PROM He Defines His My Spring and Summer goods are all in and in shape to be shownto all who want to see Please call even if you do not want to buy Goods are pretty cheap this so cheap that you wonder how it is possible to manufacture I re frain from giving you any prices or throwing out any but only say tnatlshnll not allow any one to undersell ihH No stock or 17tf Town 1 desire to say to the people of Algona that I havo completed arrangements for hording town oows tho coming and am prepar ed to enter jnto contract with my patrons of last year and any others who may desire thVir oows IWrnVSU cents per fnonth with use The cows will be started for the herding ground at 7 oclock and levurneij in reasonable season in the oows already Herd will start out May 81 27 to REDUCE THE PHfOE of Beit Lund per 4cre to Actual year For vll ftfl or ftddross STACYi IS SELLINO YOUR CARPETS How by useing the Cedar Oarpet whioh keeps out moth and saves the wear of It also protects from void and is very miORM n ta f T ji ii41J nifitter is worthy earnest and should be taken up by the recently organized Land UompetPiit agonts might be cent to Louis to select good indurtrious men for renters or purchasers in North western The more this iliing is considered the more feasible it will WE are glad to hear the farmers talking up the feeding merits of dairy farmer should neglect to cultivate a large area of one or all of these varieties of as wo no other health preserving food of equal virtue can be found for The yield of roots in this country is so immense and the cultivation so easy that no one oan have any excuse for passing a without a stock in store for daily Messrs Webster und Weisbrod of Fenton town were some time since appointed n committee to select books for For sale only by 27 tf SHBBTZ Never Ills a fact Woadworlh selling goods at marvelotuly low They wpre never before so low in this Wood worth can be inquired of at the New York 26if Best T Woodworth keeps the and sells the cheapest gf any man in Call and see for gatf j Poni rtepr v yoijrsslf of of sola s puFjgfl were ever all he large stocks that CRQQrsgRY AT brought into We on think that he has snojjgb ttf the town without ing that selU baw jt is all RUINOU8VY tOW PRICES I rtuw library for that school district They are to select wpith of two Bfths of these to iu theGirman The two named of this committee were in town on Monday day la carry otit thiir THIS is house cleaning and mov time wilh all its attendant Itia the time when the of the house is expected to skin hisshiqs on the mop pails and other house cleaning to his meals oflTthe raantal and Q talk to the stubborn stove pipe as if it were his wile or a 4 time to try mens women seem to enjoy WE are to say that the Monday giufe hold it8 meeting on Saturday evening at tbs rssidenue of Mrs HU The subjeot jij tno life Chicago some goods went tip much as 1 12 cciits on the am the margin is so small on thest goods that it may be said that sheet ing at retail in Algona are as cheap as at wholesale in is some complaint of the continued dry The com plaint seems to bo occasioned quite as much by disagreeable dust and dry cisterns as by any actual need ol lain for The soil of this country will bear a great deal of drouthy ChriRchilles has commenced on the building of a store on just oast of and adjoining ti at one nearly completed by j immigrant wagons arc beginning to file alontr the roads in large Dakota along the line of the extension of the railroad seems to be the Utopian country most sought has removed family from Irvington to ihe Baptist Brooks has rented the Blaokfnrd house near thn west bridge and will occupy with his BONGBY haa his barn grounds in closed a high board Thi will loaded wagons interference by ill disposed peupli and will also be a defense agaius the aviary start ont with forty hve stands of bee this He hus ordered a imported Italian queen bee an expucts her by express this Johnson hav put in a horse power at black smith shop and are now prepare with all themodern improvement to do work for toe Setchel has raised and Pitt Cravath and family intend to feave town for Whiiewntef next is with genuine regret that Pitts many friends bid him and his family Hawes is finishing up the boss fence of this the manu facture of Carpenter Just walk down that Way and see far Spear and Fields are putting in the lattiue work to keep tire doves from nesting and roosting in the court house owner ot the Bill ings gave tins locality a flying visit last rumaiuing but one day and two Patterson has gone to Patteisonville with the intention of remaining during the summer with liw Cady started for Blue ttarth ypsterdtiy to Hunt in bringing down a rtroie of Ramsey is engaged in hniidiiiir a new dwelling house near the residence of Cowan has commenced on the cellar and foundation of Robinsons new Hancock and Bowver will nitcnpy the new store about the 1st of Crose has removed to his farm three miles east of Algona BepMieaiii Adverttofttg f 1 mt W teSfiiftlti1 rnsai pnvstctAW Sitreemu Office IVA xtltt It next Annr to luids Aglltnril War DRUGGIST h Parfu Cortifir of state n r pnvsrciAN AND and Seuhe will g th It Tbe improving bin has left the Wigwam out West for employment on extension Pinkertou aaoornpanie the sheriff of Palo Alto County i delivering the sentenced prisoner to the Penitentiary at see by the PattersonvllI Index that our old J is a ititizein of tjie presen western of ting an U building 4 Hanoools moves next wee to the new store on Street pool ont for announcement o futuri operations in our week Thorn as Lock wood 8urprise4 his old friends by un AXnAAt 11 IW annaatiiiin i i of U George Stougb For be aouom of some membora of the cl time of has been temporarily tooj lo Saturday expeoMl in town ttpfronjTejcanaad way remain daring forget s the rnoeiingr o for nest A good S n Pala 4to prisoflers lately county jfw the mt of if mL w THE lhe Board proceed i airs this Colby lias jnltlpd flown for the at Wesley Ims anew sipn of unique and pretty neyiecied to tin nmmcn last week lliBt the clnimlion to Mitchell amounted to hall slmntini lias in preparation for the later hunting ilassrs William Jfbn Campbell inrchnsed four carloads of fatsteers of Bitnet Devinp lust weolc u man sowelli that sliall litalso reap Joseph Oook may bo looked for in Aleona Vlav Oorastonk arrived from where hs went to buy goods Frday He stopped sffst Harner be pvenine liefore and visited the Lodge of Good Ilien came home on bfl nielit Baptists have conliniiRfl theSnndnr evmiing services on of Wllbridcea aopoint nonln In Kiplev formerly an BOW of WM in town lust LeLsett look Ins departure on Saturday mnrnlne for where he will teach senb Cooks lecture in Alpoiin wil be in Ultimate Good I nmplars hold theirquarterly eleetinq of fflcers next Friday The s one of the largest in the State and stfll brilliant cnietnporary Is his promise to out the 0 icy of his ha batiks liis nfr and cussns tbo Nearly every township ia the county as a library or ia gettin one tlijs CoiisideriUf the cheapness of bo tlie uinber who can be successively bcneiltted ylheia the circulaling library nd the leng h of time they they are le iuveslment that can be who indulged in an mateur printing ouifit years lias 1U ihe with tho appurtenancesand thereuntil to and such t tue material as we couldnt or wouldnt so ii is been shipped to This riming business is about the only thing iat Hawes lias gone Into lately thai idnt turn out u bl He dont am any more amateur foolishness in his It dont seem lo do well 1 U and and and aby and half a dozen harness a Hie BEFOB IOAN can do all tli printing and adver tlsms Hawea wants and is a good enough medium for Earth of Humboldt is booked for a lecture in Algonaon the evening of May Eartbman spoke at he wiuna tlonal meeting held durinir theClule course of and his speech was by many regarded as I he m st of the occasion It is a pleasure UHdl Wed to listen to His subject will be announced next Esther was the subject of Burnards discourse last Sunday Business Increases Hat hides nave selling Ueve the past week for cepts For partloulacs Inquire ol Farley has arrived Is well pleased with her new Avorlll ot Dakota was In town durine Qe tlilnlo lie will locate nt thla Also a harness maker and a suoe maker spent a lew days here looking lor houses In which to open Carlisle will occupy his new house this We learn the lower trout room will bs used as a millinery Some flelds are qitHegiwq wheat gown this Farley has lilu new store crowded with A few mfes iiortU orthU place a trtwery will wop be Iq running several young men wore In town Sunday last on wlwtney called a Amoi g them m found one gentleman whose name are ed to give as Feed who has sworu ttiiit not another Uquorshall enter We are glad to know ihU is a faot Frod wben sober U one ot our finest TUe taw says togts are played out in April HUNT7 Formerly of lias opened an office upon ATTORNEY AT SEAL ESTATE LOANf Xotarv Pnlillrnnif Roftt nf ill klndj VartlS SVn tion ffivpn to OotiPftliur nnl Pertvettnu Pivinnrof of to Ron ARpntfi Flicenlx AfSRNT American cheap limds Oniw west CALBRAITH Dealer iiv DRY QUOCJIdRIpJsr HATS BOOTS State Wpitdoor J Watsons DUS See D to St See SMv See ROBINSON State Slreefr See Southwest comer Obtate aud A8M limit Statu MCETCMIE Vluratw State SeeidVSr House Sign PaperHuner Kls F1H8TV CABINETMAKER notice la tfta ta pisMot 9 WTair broken iirtoi mfu Viw Whtttemore or tits BHUBUCAK If T   

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