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Algona Republican (Newspaper) - May 14, 1879, Algona, Iowa Hfi IT WILL 00 YOU QOQD AMD WONT COST YOU A CENT TO GET BUT WE KNOW YOU WILL AS 086 tin Advance 81 tin ftdvanao 100 Thfeo Months tnm vancu 50 KOSSUTH MAY BUSINESS 3ML DEALER IN Hats and Comstock has just received worth of Which he Is selling for A new Invoice of JAP TEA AT 50 Which beats them OWE PRIOE TO GOODS REPRESENTED JUST AS THEY Hall Call Attention to their New Stock of oods AND GROCERIES Goods Always Warranted to be Just as They ar State Opposite IOWA IOWA FARMS ACRES AND ON GREAT INDUCEMENTS OFFERED TO SETTLERS AND By American Emigraut I rr ACRES of lAND are Locatecl in the BANNER STOCK DAIRYING COUNTY IN THE HrWQltofthUUandis RICH BUACK THREE Rain 07 Mud in tut little One Through the and a gopd prospect of WHEAT pay This Ceunty hs n very popular HERD and all is under the care of Hence no expense for except for Hiding Steak cottt rgcsnttfqr Cattle and for the TbU AM REPUOB THE PIUOE of their Best Langs to to per Aero to Actual diwiog tlje yew Fw fwttw caJl 01 jtjii jMpNPiBiif jiSMt MjjBB T VASsrJ MPORTANT NEWS Change of lo lias engaged ono of the pleasant Store Hooms of Watsons Block Vnd will remove Ills stool of Rooiln at Of course he expects to meet all his old piitrona jit the new and promises to dc even bettor by them than tic alms to Beat the Very Bottom of the Market I will give the hlslicst price for all produce bought of o Everybody and buy your Tarness of e money by buying your eef of Peter fcnTCIIOICE OUTS at Peter Vinkels Meat Market at 8 per 2732 GOOD GOODS Where Why t of and at prices which will astonish you for 15tf Buys a pair of French Calf Hard Pan boots at 23tf to HAWES to get good larness Work and to For loans on Heal Estate apply to KOSSUTH COUNTY 121 SEK HKBE Hawes pays five cents per pound or Green and dont you orget Greeubackcrs A penny saved is twopence NW mind this Peter Winkel sells beefsteak cuts at 8 cents per There arc two pence saved in one meal Keep right on trading with Peter and you will make bloated bondholders of has a new and large stock of anc con supply his customers cheaper than they can afford to go t Sow Do You Do you anything in tho lino o Dry Boots and Shoes Hats and Yankee Notions and Qro cedes Now do you on Spear aud find any of these and everybody go to llawes and get your harness fixed up tho Steak From those fatted beeves kept constantly on hand by Pete 2732 Dont Dont Dont deprive yourself of one of Spear Clothing sold so Dont g and pay a big price for what Spear wil sell for half the Dressmaking I would respectfully solicit a share of the public All fit Shop over Cleary d Uaulkins store south ot the publii IStf will do repairing o harness Herding The undersigned will run a herd at t lie Depot tho coming 5 cents for 25 for yearlings per Bull furnished free Will start ray herd Mas The herd yard will be situated near the Oatholio on th roftd to tho IS SEWING CROCKERY AT RUINOU8UY PRICES FRBSS and CHEAP has one harness maker vyho sworfojjj tJjfl M years another wbo hw woike4 afast jfeajj worth i Stag goods at waryelouijy 101 eo Unr w this The day is and the carpets Are drugged outside the house ASH munis drugged to tho station At tho close of ft big I sio the wlfoand her handmaids Vfailf through tlio suds nnd tlio dust And I feel as though tho pie of my life Was Hourly all give me a club with a handle As long as tho month of And I will wsittlo the carpet Tlio wliolc of Hie livelong I wield tho stick they have brought With A Hap and n thud and ft lite better a year and a halt of sleep than fifteen minutes of IN OUK REMARKS last week we re rained from connecting the editor if the Upper Dea Moines with the arbling of the article from the Land but he hastens to verify tho the guilty con oience needs no by treat ng our explanation as a direct hargo against In his entirely characteristic treatment of he matter he admits that tho garb ing was all his and that it was lone to please the friends of grog who arc offended when the act of the nonexistenoo of their jet institution is stated iu a newspa The now editor took up his vork with the announcement that e would carry out the policy of his and it was nn open ecret at tho time that he would go jack on his record ns n temperance nan and an opposer of licensing sa oons and work as hard for them as had previously against but ew if any were prepared to see this nameless this dis osition to play the cringing lick which his predecessor had oo mucli honor and pride to rlis zeal for the cause so espoused has shown by his attempts to stir jp a quarrel with us over the saloon iiestion and give it a bitter person while endeavoring to punish consistent expression of convic ion when the subject was before the icople by falsely representing us as working to keep up the ill feeling of the That he is not wholly ncapable of shame is evinced by his rritation at the exposure of tho which he thinks wo might lave hushed up considering that he oaned us the typo of the garbled view of the case which vould not have been very taking even had not the favor been a rocip of business accommodations u our There is just sufficient suggestion of wit in his labored to make his intention but not enough to disappoint my regular As our cotemporary is most forcible when pleading tho baby TUB lecture by Joseph Cook in ourt llouae Hall last evening was not attended the numbers which liad been though the audi unoe was perhaps above the average accotJed to paid Owing to their fuiluro to sucure a special train the sixty or more citizens of Emmetsburg who had ordered tickets were prevented from Humbuldt and other neigh boring towns were represented by goodly delegations drawn hither by the desire to listen to the modern As to the lecture it would be idle to attempt any out line or or to portray tho effect which its delivery produces upon an Those who wore eo unfortunate as not to hear it can not be helped to any adequate idea of it by any while those who did listen to it will not bo satisfied with any we could In our opinion it waa by far the grandest lecture ever delivered in our and we have had some o the foremost thinkers and talkers o the The comprebensivi scope of Oooks treatment is commensurate with the greatness o his Joseph Cook as hii critics have represented a verj opinionative Proba bly he is as we are tolc great men must but he is not to bo judged or estimated by any individual so as by the that lira and words that ON Friday of last wook Hart ford met with a accident by the running away of a young horse She was riding with her husbanc when the bridle bit broke and th colt started on a taking tb road to the Free Methodist Church When opposite the place where he was wont to stand during church service the oolt turned sharply in and overturned the Vvhen reached by the neighboring residents both and Hartford were but Hartford soon recovered anil seems to be entirely Hartford seems to have been struck by the buggy anc U seriously Her Miss itanaedialely tele graphed at JSmmetiJburg came over on Saturday merging to assist Ttiu following are the officers of rfflple Greek Lodge of or the quarter boginninc May 1 The new officers of Feuton Lodge of are Pettit Btiooivs gives us tho details if a most wonderful meteoric phe nomenon observed by himlast Saturday while at ITnmboldt lumboldt About 3 oclock he saw a very large meteor pro ected northward from the quarter f the heavens in which tho sun was hen and remaining visible mtil it had reached half way to the It had a tail about 40 degrees in of dazzling which turned to smoke vhen the nucleus Any other observers of this phenomenon vill do us a favor by furnishing us with a description of its appearance is viewed by have information that his meteor struck the earth a short listance east of about 5 oclock ex ploding with a deafening The concussion shook the town and the It exploded iust before it struck tho in oaring her ToU U the time Hartford baa been rot away wUh by with W latt few Pa jfee forw er fee forgot t9 snap the vi Qjf that bflatei for the Free Methodist UfivirStj and stopped short n hk EftPf without my rHartford is sa of JogK fron evenings Hf by few sister by Mrt ft K TUB patrons of the Humboldt Branch factory held a meeting last week and decided to open the sea on next They will pay or manufacturing and hold their heese for the local This is vhat they should have done last but of course it was not ossible to know what the market would With the best of eastern markets Humboldt County ought Io onsume all the product of that ono actory in any We judge hat the Humboldt dairymen have ecided wisely upon their summers DURING a short trip to Emmets mrg since our last issue the Junior enjoyed tho hospitality of the Senior of tha Reporter and his better half ind met many pleasaut aoquaiutan including Pike of the Emmetdbarg looks bright and thrifty this Journeying lorthward to the head of Medium we reposed under tho roof of Joe Baker and listened to more fallacies than could be answered in a The Greenbackers of Palo Alto are already talking of fusing with the The question is whether it would not havebeen just as well for them to have gone over to the Democrats at THE managers of the Ccok lecture business at first set aside 60 seats foi Mason wliioli they were assured would all be needed to accommodate the crowds who would come went down there and exerted his and the reservation was cut down to Then last Friday he went down again and spent the day aud the agent sent back the whole lot oj tickets in as he couldnt sel a The reader is not to infer that Hudsons visits had any thing to do with this falling off in as it was probably the effect of the unprecedented dry weather of the past few what a coincidence THE Dodge Gazette refer ring to the latest libel upon the ordei of Good which the license temperance editor of the M so smilingly passed along on its mis sion last week We are surprised that the Hum boldt Independent should give our renoy to the long since run that the order of Good Tern plars had signified that P Ingalls was its choice for a guberna torjal The secretary the Grand David sat down on that in a published oarc three weeks EyJtnyTnisa at this time of writ ing is as dry in this section as a Chicago runner hunting for beer in goine desperate efforts have been nia4e to give ua a but beyond a few aggravat ing drops the thing has been a complete It will soon be necessary to sprinkle too cistern and sloughs to keep them Minnesota has been visitec by refreshing as has the oouutry youth of and no 4oub we will get all the drizzle we wsw very soon day last while Mr Peasley was heating gome pitch fo the purpose of stopping the leaks in a a part of inflamabje mix lure was io some manner spilled up on etoye and took and io his attempt to manage the stuff one of his merely It bag bJoi much and it lias bjsin a surgeon veral times a 89 result of handling ofit given ia the el Ittfomaalent were ibj gajjjjj ftt 61 thew tM s WE notice that Stacy lanting quite a large orchard of pple trees on ono of his farms went f Stacy has a theory hat apple trees should be wholly rather than in his and that theory he is utting into Our people re quite generally ridding them elves of the notion that ours is not good soil and climate for success ul apple Tho thrifty rchards of the faithful are strong vidences of the falsity of that We are informed that Miss Kate Jnrnard will return home the latter art of next and will resume he teaching of music in liss Burnard has been a student of iockford Seminary for the past eight and during that time has tudied music under an eminent in Of course her pupils will ecievethe benefit of the advantages he enjoyed during her Dakota or that portion f the Territory along the supposed ine of railroad is s warni ng with and some suffering s reported as the result of the mprecedented An iccasional straggler is finding his way back toward older ind the straggling promises to be xtensive before the close of the INour issue of last week we lardly did justice to the Emmets mrg excursionists in personal men We should have added to our ist the names of Pike and erkins of the Pilot Attorneys Harrison and and Pntman and Each of of tccompanied by his wife or some odys OUR was so unfortunate as to lose con trol of his spirited blacks while out driving one day last and was overturned and somewhat The carriage was badly not a spoke of the wheels being left The ponies are in condition or duplicating that runaway but their owner is feeling sore and THE Board of Directors of Al gona District Township has pur jhased one hundreddollars worth jooks for a and placed the same in charge of John who will deal them out to those who are entitled The selection is small but well made and the 3la an cos are that tho books will bo kept in constant STOUGH will soon open harness making and leather store in the building now occupied by His son Forrest will be engaged with him in the business Stongh has an acquaintance in this country and is everywhere highly We prophesy that the new will be THE heavy wind of the 4th seems to have made sac uavoo with crops in soma localities The light earth was driven from about the roots of theyoung go loosening and exposing at to kill Some farmers are plowing their fields again and pre paring for a crop of i i TIIE following were installed as officers of the Alpha Zeta Society May loth Vice Lettie Hutchins Seoy Fannie M Critic M The society is in a fine condition We are sure it will prove a benefi to its members and to tha College AN educational convention is in progress at Emraouburg this week Addresses will be given by Pres Eld State Yog Coellc and other prominent W notice that o fc on the programme for paper entitled What shall we d with our boys MoMagtere informs u through s iba Batter Egg Refrigerator 0419 will leave Algona every Friday MMMHEillMMMH HUTCHINS was up in the jortheast corner of the county last week surveying and examining lands or a Dubuque The scarcity if settlers in that section made icoessary for Hutchins to seek board and lodging in Good lace for a stock grower or dairy residence of n the north part of caught ro last week and burned to the The fire was communicat d by the pipo in the All the urniture on the lower floor wan The loss is a severe as Hawkins is a poor TIIE depot portion of town is a lively burg The ransrjortatiori of railroad building material makes busineag for the iivisiou It is no uncom mon thing for half a engines o be gathered at this station at sue There is no surer indication of a msiness man being happy and doing good business than to see a wholesome in a lis whole soul stands out in bold You see his smiling faoe in very line be Alto Judge and all from were over on hnroday evening for the purpose f reorganizing Medium Lodge Johnson returned home n Friday evening last after an absence of several weeks in le succeeded in swelling the limensions of his herd to 335 lis herd is being cared for by Jhapin of Portland Cook was loudly ap lauded last night when he alluded 0 the Presidents veto The speaker was glad to know that ve are a or at least will be mtil the Democrats elect a Presi lent or two thirds of The amount of damage to Fruit uds by the late frost is still un The wild plums seem to lave been greatly damaged if not wholly destroyed in exposed situa while currants are affected to iome Davidson of Portland ownship is off for the northeast on 1 cattle buying The Mo Donald Brothers of Portland came down last week with 276 head of steers for summer herd ng and tho fall good deal of brushing up o be done this spring by An order has gone ward for upward ef two hundred gallons of the superior paint manu factured by the MinHeapolis Linseed Oil to be used in house Blanchard is the enrap tured father of a tenpound Since last Charlie s one of our most active and suc cessful land and nothing delights him much as to bring in a new We congratulate Jones has removed his family and effects from the farm of his to his own farm north of the Galbrajth place and west of He occupies the new house just completed for Tan Methodists of Algona district will hold a campmeeting at Okoboji Lake commencing July 9 and contin uing about a Hartsongh is expected to attend and assist in the A cordial invitation is extended to every was another runaway on A team loaded with machinery made some savage lunges on State Street but no damage re These affairs are getting a little too unanimous for comfort able Cowan has the foundation of Robinsons new residence well along toward and Shadle and Quick commenced work OB the wood last Monday of the John LawJer of Prairie and Langdon of passed through to the terminus of the road on Monday last and took breakfast with of Swan reports a driving trade thU and George deserves it as he is sell ing goods Vindioafor con cerniug Emmet JPaJp Alto counties Willtbe swal greenbaofceji oj tbe greenbaokers the democrats Tan Emmetsburg thefoHowing Sunday at 4UO aod at Chicago on Muaday R n A QflU tike aotiofc McGsTWUB a letter W us htta ftftWisg ffiUl ift vith the is our for I Stmulinft ftflvts perSofumiT wri Ifiijlnesi cYmf j ecitt iiwipnt and I TiM C M M mmmre m nonparml HrOnfetJ from iWMRrt H nccotntmtilort by lot olitt t Business PHYSICIAN CffiMjrti H r next door to Fowls Agrioiilll In Corner of atiito MtiK Tlmrlngton PHYSICIAN AND fionlw flu lit rlilnts Thorlhfttblt Opposite Comt Formerly of lins opened an office OverSheetz will be plowed to wait LAND ATTORNEY AT ESTATE AND LOAN 11 Heal of all Icfndj loimlit nnd Particular Xnn Uon clvpn to and nnl thf rHVinu of Tivxes tor Miertnlroinleto Alxstitlct of Title to He t r n iiriiK Insuranco AOEXT Amprlnm Emigrant mono rhoiip liimU OniPe west Seendvt Dealer In f READYMADE BOOTS State DUY Wntdoor Watsons See Stnte east of See CLEARY DRY West State State See RO3INSON Southwestvi y State and Tlioi See Tt ARM Minnesota Un C seed Oil Enst State MCETCHIE pHAMPION HEAPBKS Vlbratorv 5 State See aaVtoT House Sign Qlazlen and In the latest style ot the SETCHELL MATH PAINTERS and imr i lossoiw Wltli of Piano f M aRd Coictej il esjpwlMined 1 BwOrtwawiU
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