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   Algona Republican (Newspaper) - May 7, 1879, Algona, Iowa                                ff WILL fid Ydtf 55ofi AOT WoMf 66S1 btf A dfitff ftf tftff fitff WE rfrfoW YOU itv Subscription Hit Moulin tiw loo fhww tlniulyBlioal B0 KOSSUTH MAY BUSINESS DEALER IN Notlce to Honied proposals will be rocnlvod at tlio office of tlic Ciiuftty Auditor until Mny nt I oclock for conntriietlnpt two bridges across Lolls Creek In Kossutli One of salrt bridges on the Aigona and Wlilttemore aim one nuai1 the Wllklns Plans and Specifications may lie seen nt the Auditor Tim right to reject any or all folds W79 Hats and ion Comstock has Just received worth of O Jffi I Dissolution Notice is hereby given that partnership heretofore existing under the firm name of Cleary Caulking is this day dissolved Which he Is selling for new Invoice of JAP TEA AT 50 Which beats them Parties having aooounts the old firm uro notified to call and settle the same without April The business will from this date bo conducted by the Republican County The call for the Republican bounty Convention has been t will be held on the 24 A ross of matter prevents our publish ing the call this THE letters of our Whittemore correspondent have been so newsy and given our readers so complete a record of the growth of the place and its that we havo not felt thiro was any peculiar neiiessity for personally interviewing tlio town and its have not been indifferent and un nteroBted observers of the growth of our youngest sister but oui correspondent has seemed to bo able and willing to do even more thai we could possibly do in representing her interests and the interests of her Every case of whiskey slavery comes close home to some and is to that family crushing It is cowardly in the strong to deny help to the weak who will pay price for grain 27tf the highest market or take cash for BB5L TO GOODS REPRESENTED JUST AS THEY jfcgT CHOICE CUTS at Peter Winkers Meat Market at 8 per 2732 GOOD GOODS Where Why at of and at piicus which will astonish you for 15tf French 23If Calf Iliird Pan pair boots to Loanax For lonns on Itoal Mutate apply to KOSSUTII COUNTY 127 SEE 11EKE Ilnwes pays live coins per pound for Gruun and dont you forget has a new and large stock of and eon supply his customers cheaper than they can afford to go tf Call Attention to their New Stock of MILLINERY Now Do You Do you want anything In tlio lino of Dry Boots and llals und Yankee Notions and ceries Now do you V call on Spear and find any of these 25tf business in comp any with the Senior had occasion to visit and while there had the the pleasure of meeting most of Iho business men of Ihe enterprising Wo first called upon the agent of the at the and found him just the agree able ami accommodating gentleman we had expected to Henry occupies with his family the living rooms of the second story ot the railroad He won his present position by efficiency dis played in other fields of labor for the and is proving is elsewhere an efficient He is greatly interested in he prosperity of s doing asmuch or more than other man to promote thai prosper Farley has a stock of hard ware and is adding a full line of agricultural He occu pies the second story of his ston with his family as living We found him one of the most agreeable of and believh him lo the Journal talks like that does it stop lo consider that only temperance fanatics talk anil that high liberal men of brond and enlightened scorn to have any feeling that would prompt such an These gentlemen have a lively contempt for the cries of starving und abused women and but have a wholesome and business like appre elation of the fact that the brute who starves and abuses is still the holder of the purse strings and the legalized We hope and trust that the Journal people have con sidered everything before starting out on this temperance but its talk sounds singularly like that of a crazy temperance LAST week one of our citizens had pastor of the Baptist is the inven tor of a window shade which is we feet to all other existing styles of window TUB people of Fenton township are natuially indignant in a recent should have located a brewery within their township tt seems that we where use and comfort were wrong in the matter of local tha This shade is divided into three each part sliding in groves up or and kept in place by weights in the tassel by which it is raised or The three pieces may be lowered to the bottom of the occasion to need the services of a man for a few days work lit the having in mind the dozen hearty fellows without visible means of who are daily met with on Stite he want out with the confident expocta lion of engaging Iho first one he should But our friend was too sanguine in his ex as the result Not one of these aristocratic loafers was prepared just at that time to and any thus shutting off the gaze of the curious or they may be raised to the lop or extend ed the whole length of the shutting out the light ot day or pry ing eyes at This shade is also a protection against penetrating winter It will doubtless meet a ready ON while the family of Simpkins were attend ing divine service at their district suhool a few miles northwest of some party or parties un known went through their pulling out inreau and give a favorable answer tender of a bona fide and overhauling all table drawers and The Wall Spring time lias come gentle also the timo or rGpnpering your Before you buy call und sou those beaullful designs und patterns just receiv ud at nasortniPnt in lie lius the finest 2430 the Steak From those fatted beeves kept constantly on hand by Puter 2732 O CL Dont Dont Dont deprive yourself of one of Spears Clolhiug sold so Dont jri and piiy a liis price fur what Spuar will sell lor half Ibe AND GROCERIES Goods Always Warranted to be Just as Ttrey are State Opposite I would respectfully Kolicit a share f the public All fits Shop over Cleary Uaulkins store south ot the public 15tf be a fair and honorable dealer and a most desirable acquisition to ihe new The Creed from HiimbDldt have a general stock of dry groceries and and are working up a good trade among the neighboring Their principal competitor nt Munch whose slock does nol include Strand berk and Foster arc the landlords of took dinner with Slniiidburg and so have personal knowledge of ability lo satisfy the demands of the hungriest and most exacting Foster is having a share ofthe patronage in this linf and no build up a good Smith Carlisle is pulling up ihe nobbiest slortt in town and occupying a portion will his He will not put in a stock of goods until Anthony lately from to the They wanted to work awfully in fact were just dying for a good hard were so sorry that other engagements would prevent ilioir But our friend was successful when ha left the street and want along in tha rear of the stores where work is to bo There he found two young Bartlett by who were doing honest sawing wood for an honest They were ready to engage in any honorable enploymcnt and accepted friends offer at They deserve honorable mention and we volunteer to give them such notice TUB Phillips concert of Monday evening was a complete success in a liiiiinoial point of and was generally regarded a highly enjoy ible The attend trunks and opening all letters he or they came across in the Money to the amount of to was found and appropriated by the thieving who was good enough to leave all clothing undis turbed except as it became necessary to remove articles in a thorough performance of There is some suspicion but nothing definite enough for This may bo a warning to other householders not to leave their premises unpro tected against cerebral April Aluson Parsons of Cresco in the 73rd year of his Our acquaintance with Par sons was very but we know the brewery being in Aigona We do not wonder that our neighbors feel and we hasten to make amends by placing ihe beer makiug institution where it Good Templars installed their officers last Friday The following are the appointive officers Earthrnan tpoke in court house hall last the subjeo of his discourse being Unilarian The day was unfavorable fo u large but those wh braved the high wind and flying dust were grttatly pleased and enter tained by the Hutchins and S Thompson returned last from into Minnesota sixty head o a cattle buying trip They brought down cows and OTommuilpl hy or full time It one tegular payable In JAMES DV PHYSICIAN full 1 office wi StMi next door to Fords AgHfultl STATIONER RpokjSi Pitta Corner of Sftt MM1 ThnrliiglOli RE Aft PHYSICIAN AND r torfut1 HEWfNO Thoi Onpnuttu Court DENTISTS Formerly hns uf Over Sheetz Drug whore will bo pleased to wait Upon all nick tie LAND that lie has been the most highly for years respected one of of the citizens of this an honorable man in his dealings and the friend of all laudable He lived to see the members of his family established in life for themselves and practicing the precepts of their His aged widow is left to the care of her de Par sons of the old and Leroy Setchel have moved into tlieir late the young A gonl cow with the oalf by her side worth about iu the region visit ed by understand that Theo Chrischilles is himiolf to occupy his new store on State The salesroom in being plasteied and finished in good and has the further advantage uf being well to the numerous enter tainments of the present the monthly service advertised for Effinger at the HOIIHP will bo postponed until June to say that the Monday T AT RtAL ESTATE Kotirv Puhliu mid f full lion clveh to tnd ami tlio Vsiylnii of f6r the onlv OninplHtp Alwtract of Title RsfIIP In TCowi Hi roiiti Affrtil for and IlUBtilx Insurance A A OiTT s Ofllce weit flee READYMADE State atreeti I am now prepared to fill all orders in dressmaking in the latest and most approved and would respectfully solicit tlio con tinned patronage of the old friends and IOWA IOWA FARMS ACRES AND ON GREAT INDUCEMENTS OFFERED TO SETTLERS AND By tlxe Emigrant i ACRES of tWn JjAND ore Located in tlio lAWlit STOCK PAIRYINC COUNTY IN THE of UncJ fa GRAIK QUaatf No Hain or Mud ia ft W little Hording The will a herd at the Depot the coming SO cents for 25 for per Bull furnished Will start my herd May The herd yard will be situated on the near the Catholic road to the IS SELLING QUASSWARE CROCKERY AT RUINOUSLY LOW PRICES I Dubuque is erecting i siort bu but thinks he will wait tiiui fall before putting in a stock of Amos has charge of Wilsons grain and hog u driving a good busi Ha is postmaster of Whilte more Lut has Farley for his deputy aud has the office iu the store of the Chrisohilles has a monopoly of the blacksmithing and see ins lo bo doing Aud now there remains only the beer saloons to be and there are two of these in Whilte Chrisobilles owiu and operates one of and is report ed by his neighbors to be carrying on the business as respectable as is possible for this business to be carried He sells to drunken and permits no loafing or card playing iu his establishment While we believe the business to be wholly wrong and injurious to aowoyer rospeotabjy we are ready and willing to accord all due credit to or anybody else who may be eidenvor anco was large and more than usual proportion of high price reserved seats The Einmeisburg people came in a crowd and occupied and overran what had Ijemi thought a very liberal space reserved for The receipts of the evening were and the net receipt to the church building fund were The libiMul response of our people iu giving their patronage on this occa sion in aid of the new church enter is highly creditable to and will be greatly appreciated by those most directly The Emmeisburg people who incurred the extra expense of a railroad trip lo be present and assist our Metho dist friends by their are doubly deserving of credit and we are will have kindness and liberality and reciprocated at some future Cravath Leroy isnt fairly setlled he wasnt at latest He remarks with some acerbity that he sat among the LJ arp requested the next meeting of Club will be held al the residence of George Third of England will be the subject for dis and Wilson will bo topis WALTEU of came up ou with and spent a couple of days with friends in Tlio REPUBLICAN office received a highly appreciated call from him and also from Ranks returned home a few days We understand he has UY Watsons Sie WtdOor DttY Notions Stiite east of See CLEARY PEUNELLOS FUESH and One Tlwrogft a of Bounty h of a very pppular HERO and all stock is under the Henge no oxpense for except fot OettUt ft jfef Horm tor Never Jt U A act that worth is selling goods at marvulously low They were never before BO low in this Woodworih oan be inquired of at the New York Best Wood worth kees the beat and sells the cheapest of any wan in Call aud see for 86tf oMW of tbsir Best to per Acre to Aglual dgrtog te For call op or all the large stocks that were ever brought into Barleys beats We should think that he has enough to s towu without any 099 else ng We osi3 not eeg how U ing to eliminate some of its worst ruins all day going out to the rear of the hen house occasion as the spirit moved to grind his teeth and give vent to a few Heloct passages of Leroy does not seem to take to mov ing and house cleaning as a duck takes to THK gentlemen who have the employing of Joseph Cook in charge have organized for work and will push the enterprise with Committees for the several fields of duly have been appointed and have entered upon their Not unfavorable sea for engaging doubt that ho made a recently been in Re appears to be degree of wiihslanding ihe son of Ibe year we have no this entertainment will the lecture enjoying a good VJ Bee ROBINSON eteV Stata Southwest State and See FARM MlnninntttUH heed Oil East State U And so we our first visit to not forgetting to settle our hotel and when we call upon our neighbors again we expect to find the change as remarkable as has been that from a wild prairie to their present IN the Sieux City Journal of JJay 4tb we find H bold manly denunciation of the work of the saloons of Sioux The Journal relates lbj experience of a reueutly reformed who had kept sober for six motiihs aud in that time had laid by upward of In an evil bis old comrades induced him to drink and in few hours bis livings were spent and be had become SANIIOBN has notified those having iu hand the Joseph Cook lecture at this place on the 13th that excursion rates will be granted to all who desire to where ten go from a single A number of choice seats have been placed at the disposal of the several neighboring and no doubt large numbers will be The demand for tickets on the part of the people of Aigona is without and the prospect is that all the bent seats will be taken up days before the It was not the intention of thy managers to place the tickets on sale till late in the but there was a clamor for them and so they were placed at the disposal of buyers Spenoer is just now a very much waited on Ilumbpldt delivered bis temperance lecture in the Court House on Fri day to fajr sized audi The tbfl effects the of alcohol the human was handled in 8Q able and attractive This IB a phase of the question seldom we believe more at tention ought to he given to There ia a popular superstition that whiskey is a cureall for bodily in The public mind should be educated out of ihU erroneous like everything trsdi held with a vicelike firpv only regret f aU who fe for tha success financially as well as other ON Monday last wo had the pleasure of meeting John Klingla a brother of H who has recently returned flora u visit of several months in says he enjoyed hu visit very much but has no desire to return for a permanent residence in the He brought out several prune trees for his brother to experi tuent with in this soil and WALLACK started for Chicago morning in response to ft telegram notifying him that the case of Gooch and the delinquent cheese con would come up for trial on It is hoped that a compromise favorableto the inter eated parties of this county may be entered Of the f was in town ono day last and having a little leisure went down to the river with the other boys and distinguished himself by hauling out The many friends of Lamb will be pleased to know that he is rapidly regaining his former health and and is able to be out upon the cellar has been fitted up and will be occupied by the Blosson Brothers for a butter An entrance way from the sidewalk in front has been We call attention to Peter Winkela notice among the Peter nieaus what he says and will carry it into Herdsmen and farmers general ly are gelling their uiulluout upuu the prairie for The feed ing is not as good as it would have been with an occasional warm shower through the month of Among the number of the Emmetsburg party iu tiltenJaneo upon the Phillips concert we notic ed Utter of he and MCETCMIE Slate See the tiff IF House fcSign Cramer etc All wurK done prices t ana In the lateststyle of the a 8ETCHELL to If ntTJiir Touns i oo 94 lewms with iW 01 w hwlily wommeiKJsa by of Fort JTTlv i j 13 teaohing in the of Portland town The term opened last went to Uoofe Dodd Grover district Burnara Cerro Gordo yesttp day to attend the Mitchell Congregational Patterson is now operating a boarding house at the terminus PasBongeiu aKeii to KEEPS class Iqwift euutltor m of Dl KlNIirf OIF PVBJIlTORBi we h ave not two of the finest pickerel this We speak of our own as we are determioed to be The dairymen about Swan we wanting a factory located ai that and have extended a to White Head to pver and Uwrge Call has this euterprisa ia priqpipal charge au4 to euy desired of Pireotqrs of this Surely no need go while Smith hns guoh a Inrge assortment of styles offers prices tp evsrjl There are more Shan score of styles of STOVESaud It ANtiKS either for wood or OOH BQTAUV COOK far htyniog SQPT and PARLOR HEATING STOVKS far bmiiig STOVES epecially adapted to heat Urge f BOdt Goort Swiyi keeps genera of and kteps constantly on hand ihe best mP 19 fee ff   

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