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   Algona Republican (Newspaper) - April 30, 1879, Algona, Iowa                                IT WILL DO YOU GOOD AMO WONT COST YOU A CEMT TO GET BUT WE KNOW YOU WILL AS iMf in oo Months Un Montlw M Comstock has Just received worth of O O E I K Which he Is selling for A new Invoice of JAP TEA AT 50 Which beats them OWE PRICE TO GOODS REPRESENTED JUST AS THEY Call Attention to their New Stock of Goods Shoes AND GROCERIES Goods Always Warranted to be Just as They are State Opposite IOWA 5 IOWA FARMS ACRES AND ON GREATINDUCEMENTS OFFERED TO SETTLERS AND ACRES of this LAND nre Located In the FANNER STOCK DAIRYING COUNTY IN THE SOIL RICH BLACK THREE Climate No Rain or Mud in A tat little One RAlbRQAP Through anil a good prospect of notber vgyy WHEAT pay well This Qpunty a HERD wnUH stopk is under giro of Hence no expense for Fencing except for StQQk Mitt 7g ptntt for 91 for Horioifor the GOOD This Company hat decided to RBPUPB TH9 Pit I OB of Bwt Lands iw Apre ti AoiuU SsMw 4srhjg yew pr call at 9 W9S KOSSUTH APRIL BUSINESS Store keeps Churchs Soda uscuits and such Dissolution Notice is hereby piven that the jartnership heretofore existing under the firm nairio of Jleary Jaulkins is this day arties having nccounta with the ild firm arc notified to call and lettle the same without April The business will from this date e conducted by tho vho will pay the highest market price for grain or take cash for 27tf GOOD GOODS Where Why at of and at 11 ices which will astonish you for 15 tf keeps Churchs Soda by lim right Tho women will ell you what it is used opuar they has a new and large slock of and nn supply his customers cheaper ban ihoy can afford to ro if Notice to Soaled prrfpnmla will lie rocnlvoil tho onion film County Auditor until MHV at oclock for Ronntnintlhu two liridgcs nroiq Creek In Kossntli Ono of alii on the AUtona nnd Whlttemnre nwir the Wllklns Inns lira Speclflwitlona mivy bo soon at tlin The rlRlit Io Vnjpct any or all Ids 2889 By the The Grange for A team of horsas hitched in fronl of Peter Winkels meat shop on Saturday occasioned no little ammo ment by their dixplny of muscular development of the head and They first became alarmed by a couple of boys who were passing along with fish poles and broke but were caught and tied by a friend of the when afler standing quietly a few moments they again broke Next they were led over to the other side of the street and but many minutes elapsed before they affected their deliverance by pulling up the The post to which they were secured refused to be extract so the halters had to one of the steeds breaking his strap and the other settling back mule fashion CUTS at Peter Winkels Meat Market at 8 per 2732 Potatoes tor Sal The Monroe have three uindted bushels of choice potatoes or sale at their place in Irvington 23 Yench 23tf a pair of Calf Hard Pan boots at SEWINO MACHINE or liltle or nothing at this SAVE YOUR CARPETS How by useing tho Cedar Jarpet which keeps noth and saves tho wear of It ulso protects from cold and is very For sale only by 27tf Now Do You Do yon want anything In the line of ry Boots and lats and Yankee Notions and Dries Now do you call in Spear aud find any of 251 f Wall The Spring time hua coino gentle also thclimo for repapuriug your Before you buy call nnd see ilioso beautiful designs and patterns just receiv ed at Ho has the finest assortment in 2480 tho Steak From those failed beeves cepl constantly on hand by Peter 2732 and awaiting Tho whole headgear came About this tim the owner happened alnrg and took the animals down to where he procured an outfit calculated for service in stump probably pass ev THE Milwaukee Paul Railway excursion train will through hero next Every land agent ought to roll up his sleeves and bo ready for ibo now The advice of tho Reporter is excellent and to thp and is applicable to Algona no less than to Our people have have been toolong resting on their oars in supreme indifference while the stales all about us rapidly settling Dont Dont Dont deprive yourself of one of Spears Clothing sold so Dont go ind pay a big price for what Bpoar will sell for half tho I would solicit a share of thp public All tils Shop over Cleary Oanlkins store south ot the public 15tf I am now prepared to fill all orders in dressmaking in the latest and most approved and would respectfully solicit the con tinued patronageof the old friends and Hording The undersigned will run a herd at the Depot the coming 50 cents for 25 for per Bull furnished Will start my herd May The herd yard will be situated near the Catholic on the road to the Town 1 desire to say to the people of lgooft that I have completed arrangements for hurding town cows the coming and am prepar ed V9 enter into contract with my patrons of last year and any others who may desire their cows 60 cents per month with use of The cows will be started for thp herding ground at 7 oclock and in reasonable season in the Have cows already Herd will start out May 81 91 have been A new departure has ihis season been determined and now it is to be hoped that every land agent and every patriotic citizen will feel it a duty and a privilege to assist in drawing immigration OWING to the busy season the atlendance upon ihe Dairymen and Stoekgrowors meelingof laslSatur lay was very A brief discus sion of the care of stock and the of roots for feeding was the pro gramme of the Wo that our inability lo be present pre vents any extended report of the practical suggestions of those The SecretaTy wiis instruct ed to correspond with send houses nnd ascertain their lowest figures for supplying our farmers with carrot and oilier seeds of ihh and the President was inntrnctpd to take orders for wijh Parties desiring seeds should take ad vantage of vUU opportunity to procure IN our supplement of this week will litfouiid the article on Kossiith taken from ihe recently issued North west Iowa Too lute for correction our attention is called to OIIB grave ommisnion in that article as found in our supple In speaking of thw local institutions of Algona the original article as follows In all ihe accompaniments of live except grog the article from which we the last three words were nnd in their place tha arc lere found were We are sorry thai ibis mistake has been but we supposed the reprint which we followed to be a correct copy of the Bis sunn and lay up the chink for Joseph Cooks lecture on Ultimale on the No one who cares to see and hear the cele brated men of the day oan afford to miss the opportunity to hear one of most eminent in tha list of dis tinguished Joseph Cook treats of live what the masses are thinking about and inter ested He is a man to interest and impress every We notion our neighboring exchanges are talk ing the matter and it is expected that large numbers will come in sister towns by JONES and Palmer went east this morning to meet the land seekers excursion They will use their ive powers to induce some of the land seekers to stop off here aud look at the Ingham also went To in the interest of the an excellent article den 78 SEU4NG AT1 uow PRICES i mas MI f W I kuldjj of Mpwtl J TUB Good Templars have takon a step in advance and elected a womnn to their highest that f presiding The following is a list of the offioers elected at the Inst meeting Dora W Wo will give the names of the appointive of offioers next of Cloary Caulkins has boon the junior member Caulkins returns to hia old homo in Chiokasaw this but expects to return to Algorm We shall be glad to see him once more settled down to business for Algona can hardly afford to lose so good a citizen as Oleary will continue business at the old place and will be found as clever and accomodut ing as Wtt that hard wars dealer at the preparing for an extensive business by laying in a supply of goods that will meet all reasonable demands in his We hope his enterprise will not bo Ourlively Whittemore correspondent is bring ing to the attention of our readers numerous Oliver enterprising and wideawake business men of that We shall expect to see them all get a good TUB Jail Street editor came across a centennial copy of the Bible among the rubbish of the office the other and after a critical examination of the book concluded he liad struck a bonanza in what was probably the only existing copy of some old and forgotten His mwtake was made apparent when a Lolls Greek farmer called for a one hundredami fifty year old copy of the Bible which he had lent Pitt Gravath a long time WE are sorry to loam that Parsons of Cresoo township was stricken with palsy last Saturday ind lies in a very critical lis age nnd full habit make his extremely Do not forget that Philip Phillips s to sing in Court House Hall next Monday No lovnr of good mtisio oan afford to this Co attend is to assist in a good cause and to be pleasingly entertain Mitchell and Thornburg lave secured the services of a irothor minister who understands brink and the trio are nanufacturing the brink for the new church at a point near Calls Misses Langdon WP enjoying u very prosper ous business in Cedar They iave four assistants in their mill lery and dressmaking establishment and have all the work they oan TUB call for a fxrtenb county convention appears in tfiis It will bo read with interest by the Labor and Reform Hletnents of who are nvited to thanks are due the for the type of the articles on vosaulh County and Joseph lifted for our Thn ravor saved us labor in a busy is using the Man shester Pan and is pleased with it is prepared with facts and figures to satisfy any inquiring dairyman relative to the merits of the WE send out this week a supple mont among other the announcement of the re inoval of Hancock and Bowyer to tho new Blue From on State The excellent quali ties of those two merchants are too to be enlarged upon Their many friends and will find them just as polite and accoinonaiing ifr quarters as they have always Do you want nny change in you this week we inquired of Comstock as IIP stood surround ed by an anxious throng of lo whom ha was busily handing out said I would like lo change it a little if I had bat the new goods came I haventhad a minute lo alieud lo Never had such a So tho means all says and more about tho Blue Front is just as advertised except that it isnl being rather of an uncertain pinky Its not being blue which is owing to the im practicability of outdoor painting in these days of is a small matter after as you nan mention the discrepancy to Bowyer and he will sell you a pair of specs that will turn the house any color you may ariptive of the advantages for settlement in Algona and Kossmh is the acme of high toned liberalism by conservative f ever It is a fact that Wood worth is selling goods at marvelously low They were never before so low in this Wood worth onn be inqujre4 of at the New York gotf Best Wood worth keeps the best and sells the Cheapest of any man io gee for sjavks thut were ever brought into Barleys beats We should ihiok that he hag to supply the town without any one else sell ing We OSP BQ see bow it that he 10 much more than all the of the sup I iS U bSfiajjie for THE small ones are taking healthy rest this The public school closed last We dont blame the children for kicking up their heels over the anticipaiion of a whole week in which to read up the proceedings of and the murder trials that are going Thuy need some amuneraent and little enough of which comes to their young lives regularly QUITE a number of the young ladies of Algona are engaged ir teaching in this The following are some of those who have assumed the responsibilities o the school room Libbie and Nellie Ada Nellie Louie Emma and Lettie TJIB Board of Subdirectorso Algona township will meet next Saturday at the Schenck sohoo house north of At that must ing they will decide what amount will be necessary to raise by taxatiot for the Teachers aud Qontingen Funds of HinIP the present terminus of this said to be overrun by workmen who are seeking employment 90 the ex ten sion of the Men aud team are drifting back eastward because of the icftrgHy of THS way the boys and men pnl the ttsh from the river and this spring forebodes a fearful fall ing offio the fish ceosus of it is no trick at all tor atired to sjaud in one and catch hundred ia waoy Bajtbqafta will deliver a lea a mistake of one letter in the notice of Loomis bee bus less Hat week WP made him out a ird which shows hnw big a lifference a little mistake will FOUD has receiv d and nearly lisposed of six carloads of flax from amountino to about Flax was sowed to July 1st last TrtE TliUufflcp enjoyed call OB Saturday from of the Palo Alto Reporter Ultor la ever A welcome Bradley Nicoullns new building has ceived its coat of paint and now ptesculs n tine new nlgn ot TA GnibralMi on State is the admiration of nil passers The Blue Front is quite IvndTOrtised In our wlilcli Is dedieaed to the cause of Hnrcnck and Bowyer Thnro wore two runaways In town lust Only Tlie lecture ot Igyn the prosrnmme for Friday ia ontlcipaferl with great intercut by those of our cltlznns whn have heard the while his popularity nn the platform will brinar out the public In and will be a full Thfire is to be no admission The unique advertising pamphlot of the Phillips entertainment attracts universal Last Saturday was a lig dav on the streets and In Ihe The laree stocks of oi merchants arn rapidly inu on Hie Will Aims was ovw to spend Sunday in He is at Whlitemnre and reports the mail service rapidly at that The hammnrtnir din of Ihe carpenter tools denotes lively times in While the walking mania lusts It miibt be well to raise a for several parlies to walk one thonsnnd miles from in any ffnncnclr hogan the work of nnd in goods up Andruss of Irvington ownship has been quite ill with malarial He was in town but looked as though he might boiler have been at Heiae has a new hand in lis barber Chris tries lo keep ip lo the demand in the tonsorinl which the throng almost con shaves indicates is news from John son represent him as still at work gathering up live Ho was in vicinity of and had one hundred and fifty head of Robinson and two hildren started for New Hampshire yesterday Roliinson iccompanifs them as far as ind then will return to a temporary ife of single Willard Stehbins is en gaged in superintending the work of grubbing tha Fair A good deal of work is needed in that ine and Uncle Stebbins is ihe man to attend to Methodist friends have commenced work in real earnest on their new Stone for the last Monday thill lie has removed froinEsiher ville to where he will con tinnp the practice of the This will a loss to Ebtliervlllo and preat jaln to he new store built hy Wilson on Slate street has one of tlie best snlesrioms in town and its blnn front has a very pluasinz Earth man writes that the subject or I U lecture on Friday evening will Take a little for the stomachs Everyone who misses heulner it will have misted a great nexi thing some man wil step up and Inquire why we omit have the plnotric liirht In Bofouse the jf says It is demonstrated that that the lleht can bo produced at a mere fraction of the post of Illuminating We think the only thins weahull need to is the size of the Clmrlfis City neighbors are bplcg enliven ed hv a scandal tho Methodis minlsfpr reaisns and runs off wilh a lawyers aifl the pnraeed lawyer arms himself with an nnd flies in hot pursuit Pitt Cravath and family slartpd lor White watpr yesterday shall soon we Pitt vigorously fliurishin the Mush Lei Ihe pudding no matter who trets burnt MnLaren liH two lots just sonlh of Wilsons anrt is showing his enter prise hv Imnrovin tree nnd LPIOV SptohPll will soon be pttlpd down in their new the builders itnoticp of interest to thpm in this weeks slcrned by Supervisor Ooolhansrh has rentpd the Biree and is TJndPitho super of OnolKanorh a lower enrdpn has lieen laid out on this ThR Spriior hasrrtirpd inhislae w smqll hnvo infpstinir this town who is eltbpr hp Vent in Isil or tnuwht fcpttpr IiMit in tliPp so frpoipntlv as to a to burn down IIP town laat a flrp ino1 Tf thpsp nrpunts must run nt lei them UP losely Report of Alffona Public for the Term Gilding April llgh Grammar ntermedi te d st Uopot foundation is church being drawn to the and renovating seems to be the order of the season in Al gona this At no time before in our history have improvements been so general as at this notice that our friend Elder Mitchell is engaged lo some extent in agricultural Tares and ragweed will suffer under the Elders people of Mason City are negotiating with the railroad mag nates for a special train to bring up a company of 100 to hear Joseph Cook on the a printer on the Hancock made pleasant in company with his brother on Lodge holds its regular meeting Saturday evening this week on account pf the lecture Friday possessor Caulkins of a fine new horse and which make a fine appearance on the brother of White came frQiq Wisconsin Imugiqg valuable Itita prayer will be held in the on each Wednesday Wfty Will COll to in yoyr j tUw wore BBT The following Hull omfjrises tha names of ect in Attendance and AlgdMlfepi JAMES nmi ttxaotlftlbf pHYSfCUN fiitH noxtiloorto FoM ft Dealer in Petftt Comer State ftntt Thorlnieton PHYSICIAN AND r Htfltlnncr ftenJw it t Opposite Court MT Formerly of lias opened Hi Over Shaetz Drug firwlll lie pleased to wait upon alt wfan LAND A TTORSKY AT REAL LOAKT ntJjrv rubllc of Ml and nnrt and tlin Piiylns ofTnxes Hf onV Cjimplotn Alictract of THIn to Ron Kiwe inKoyntli Agent for and Pliceulx Insurance AHKNT Amerionn Emigrant clienp Itmds nnicc west See Denier In READYMADE BOOTS State i DRY Wistdoor Watsons DHV Stntfl east ot See CLEARY DBY 0 West State See VT ROBINSON State See Soutliwost corner Btato and See MAnunnU Liu aeedOII East State MCETCSIE REAPERS Vlbrfttoe T Sards at the House Sign All work done at nrloesfo soft tlitf and In HIB latest style ol the 227ir SETCHELL PAINTERS and A Iortnient during the lust month of school High Minnie Mariah Cora Mary Lily Ooro Jharley Anna Dollie Bray Lena May Guy Genie Bertha Edith Albert Lntie Vira Mary Maggie SLAC5LET 18 Grvi tosons at Tier or Tevips s pernnnrterof si essons wltii HSO of PTano for by oj Fort HVBfiT LAWS OF HOK8E8A ulass Passengers tivKsn lie Terms Runs n Bus between the Depot mid hntsftT Sew Intermediate Bray Eddie James Louise Emma Nellie Dora Comb i Second Willie Brunson illennie Michel Rngone Lulu Maggie Minnie First Ell Fred Willre Archie Charlie Cora Sim Willie Willie Peter Grace George Wi Johnson has gone or is ubout to gn west tQ keep hoardlipg house on he Watchmaker and Bmntnn ana door WHift of Ss voil L Sumk large of 1 pmmp gp   

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