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Algona Republican (Newspaper) - June 4, 1879, Algona, Iowa At fcv too Bo KOSSUTH JUNE JUST BEOHIVING HIS SECOND INVOICE OF Spring and Summer Styles of RY NOTBONS WALL A FULL LINE OF to APPLES30 pounds for Goods as Low as any Store in Northern BUSINESS NOTICES New Harness Shop Stough TUB UNDEIISIONED HAVE OPENED mid HESPECT FULLY SOLICIT THE PATUONAOE OF THF PEOPLE OP KOSSUTH AND ADJOINING WILL KEEP ON HAND a CiOOD ASSORTMENT OF SADDLES AT PUIOES AS 10W AS THE LOWEST ALL KINDS OF HEPAIllING UIVJ US A Stough door west of the those evaporated Poaches and Blackberries at OWB PRICE TO REPRESENTED JUST AS THEY Are youjjoming Chris was a standing question for two 1 have moved into my nice and large store on State street have changed my 1 will not change tho manner of my I shall continue to meet ill legitimate competition I shal sell at bedrock bottom and as I am enabled to keep and show goods to bettor Lshall stock as soon as the demand warrants My store will be known asthe1 White please re member Hancock usurped my blue He thought I was blue ong now ho wants to be White Front Store will be white outside and and I shall be white in my I hope my old friends and many new ones will call on and I will to keep what I promised Call Attention to their New Stock of IUUNERY Shoes AND GROCERIES poods Always Warranted to be Just as They are 9 Opposite IPWA IOWA FARMS GOOD keeps the best of everything and declines to have any truck with a poor arti Try him and see for Grand Display of CROCKERY and GLASSWARE 32tf MARVINS For a Hancock sells more sugar for dollar than any other house in Al 3t34 Cool Ice Can bo obtained at Thomas Restaurant everyeveiling the heated 3334 SETSfrom 25 cents upward at Novel It is a faut that Woodworth selling goods at marvelously low They were never before BO low in this Woodworth can be inquired of at New York 20tf GOOD GOODS Where Why at of and at prices which will astonish you foi 15tf French 23tf Buys a Calf Hard Pan pair boots WoODWORTHSj ACRES AND ON INDUCEMENTS OFFERED TO SETTLERS AND B Sooretilry and Wc 1 f ACRES ot this LAND are in tho STOCK fie DAIRYING COUNTY IN THE Matt pf tty Uand u SOIL RICH BLACK THREE Bo Bate o Mucl in IjuVuttle ThrputfU the ami ft gooa prospect of new and largo stock of and can supply bis customers cheaper than they can afford to go tf dPCoroBtook has the finest line of Rushes in Xw to For loans on Real Estate apply to KOSSUTH COUNTY BANK 187 Maple Go to Heokarts to get the best Maple Sugar that ever brought to WBBAT ry jppuiv HERD is under the tf Hence gxpense for enqepffor 8t98kc9iti7S89nttfor Cattle gndCl fecHflrieifQr the You anything in the line of Dry Soots and BatSftn4 Yankee Notions sod Gro ceries you f call en Spew aM find any of these 8Btf CUftiigeot is just now sellipg tes very Oalj see him and get his Dont forget the at Barleys old 88tf For and all affections of the Ay Wa tho Irvington near or south of the Sample a bandbox in which a ladies new hat was The finder will please leave tho box and hat at the Algona lw the street be tween tho residence of Perry Wilkins and that of a harness Tho finder will confer a favor by returning the tug to tho lw Blue Remember tho Blue Front if you want to buy goods cheap for IlurrnhI See hero Thomas has just received a now stock of tiro works Chinese Tor Pistols with explosive etc 3334 iawes will do harness repairing of Dont I Dont Dont deprive yourself of one of Spcnrs Clothing sold so Dont go and pay a big price for what Spear will sell for half the to Comstocks and see that beautiful line of Knit Shawls in all just lw Steam Dried Equal in flavor to fresh san be found at 33tf I would respectfully solicit a share of the public All fits Shop ovor Clcary Canlkins store south ot the public 15tf Closing Hancock is closing out his stock of Ladies Shoes at 25 por cent below 3334 Springs Hockart has Fancy Patent Do not fail to try want something tho Nora Flour for it if you 3133 FRESH some of those Evaporated pared as nice and fresh as when taken from the to bo found 32tf at Best uul Woodworth keeps the best and sells tho cheapest of nny man in Call and see for 20tf as pleaaunt to the taste as wjien first picked from the Marvin will buy so of Dried Apples at 32tf anners and go to Uawes and fixed up Now TonsorUil Dunn Kinney have handsomely furnished and opened to the public a barber shop over and announce a reduction in Childrens hair Ladies haircutting and Scis sors and Razors ALffONA to to OATS2o to Rods to 2r to 2 Htuua ANDERSON of Swoa appear ed before tho Board of Supervisors on Monday and presented a petition for a bridge over the Des Moinos Creedj River at the Eokholm place on the road from Algona to Tho fording at this place is very difficult during any but a season of and at times is wholly low im IN this issue will Iro found tho and as tho route by this of the new firm of Stough place is the most practicable one Stough is Well known to al between Algona and tho lack reasonably good crossing facili ties has resulted in driving tho trade our northernmost settlement to This is a matter in which the business men of Al gona are quite as much interested as are the at and now that attention has been called to the case we shall hope to see an effort made to further tho early erection of that If there were no business interests the fact that the northern portion of the County is rapidly settling up Avith a paying class is in itself a sufficient reason for making the highwaysin that section Sweapeoplo are doing much to im prove their local and their road to with tbe exception of the bridge and a series of slough holes within three miles of is very satisfactory to If Al gouians can do anything to assist the now settlers in obtaining an im proved highway to this town they should not about it before these settlers fix their trading point in most every citizen of Kossuth and his reputation as a fair and honorable business man is coexten sive with his He has entered into trade with the intention of earning a living at tho same permitting other people to get a This intention he no carry out to the as his patrons may prove to their own WE copy tho following complimentary of the skill of the eye enterprising Misses which appeared recently iu the Cedar Rapids Times Skillful dont see why ladies engaged in manufact uring in their lino should not be publicly commended for skill as highly and as often as and especially when they exhibit marked superiority in the handiwork of their Believing that they should be thus publicly we take occasion1 to direct public attention to the and Higleys Iowa second An inspec tion of tliu work done these ladies will convince any one inter there is an artistic e get your harness which shapes the garment and skillful hand which puts them in They made a specialty of doing their work which is fully demonstrated substantial character of the seams no dropped nor long no frayed edges to pull loose with a feathers and no weak spots to give way the first time the dress is worn no trimming to pull offon the slightest and no buttons to snap when the wearer takes afull Those interest ed jn artistically fitted and substantially made will not be disappointed if they patron ize the Misses THE weather of Saturday was suoh as to put the success of the pionio of the Maple Creek Templars out of the THE enterprising people of Whit temoro held a meeting last Saturday preliminary steps looking to the celebration of the last The meeting was called to order by and organ ized by electing Ilinton Chairman and Pride A finance committee consisting of Will Philip Dorweiler and George Boyle were entrusted with the rais ing of while the matter of making arrangements for the proper and patriotic observance of the day was placed in tho hands of Fred Frank John Charles Henry Munch and Tip To the Notice is hereby given that I have given my Richard his time until twentyone years of and I will neither interfere in liis claim his wages nor be responsible for auy debts or obligations he may make alter this Greenwood Kossuth June To tlio Notice la hereby given that I have slvon my Ora his time until he arrives at age of twenty ono and I will neither claim his interfere In his bargains and agreements nor bo responsible for aiiy debts he nay make after this 31st of IW Cresco Kossuth SANFORDS DOLLAR PAD The frequent cold show the generally damp and question era and o MUU ana cheerless aspect of earth and the not to Bay of the attendants a matter of so that the turnout was hardly the shadow of what it would have boon had the elements iq large delegation m Algona were deterred from but about one hundred pic i tne neighborhood came together at Moores Grove and the best of the There was some Baking and a base ball raatoh be the PlowBoys ofBlack Cat lippors of in which victors oil a score of of oame in Monday morning ao Theodore Berg sad A two Swedes who avr ye4 I oomijjg from where they have 9n ati THE Fourth of July is comjng to the People of Greenwood with un usual promises of a pleasant and games are to be a part of the One of those social of and known only to rural gatherings will bo sure to give to the liberty loving a day of pleas Coma one come We are not authorized to say what will be done in the but the going we will see to Programme in full next By order of KOSSUTH County will hereafter until further notice enjoy tho luxury of three as the initial number of tho Whittomore Gazette is to make its appearance the latter part of this The new paper will be a 4column and whose interesting correspon dence in tho REPUBLICANhas here tofore so well represented hrs town to tho will no doubt bear the chief weight of editorial responsibil for which he is so well We extend to the new enterprise our best wishes and a request to READ the advt of the White Bronze in this little thatTthepe monuments will entirely supersede for all common They are practically imperishable apd no man need feel any alarm at the possibility that his noioes and his cousins and his aunts will outlive his memory if his epitaph goes on one of the bronze Buvnard and Heckart will no doubt do as large a business as the healthiness of the climate will admit Reed reports brisk for this of THERE was quite a heavy hail storm out west of town on Thurs day afternoon of last For tho few momenta it lasted the out look was exceedingly Herds of cattle unoonfined dashed away before the pelting hail in ahalforaz ed and were gathered together at a more convenient and congenial Fortunately the corn and other grain was not far enough advanced to be injured by the On Thursday of last week a drove of 800 head ofyoung cattle passed through town on the way The cattle came from Minnesota and are xjn their way to The drove was made up of one and Neff has badly swollen the work of steps looking Miss Minnie ICirkup returned home to Fort Dodge Blanchard have built an addition to their store on Thorington Mathers are still pots and brttsheS about formerly of is now living with her and It Gray of Fort Dodge is acting in the capacity of shorthand reporter for the Circuit John land sales unusually season of the Methodists celebrate Chil drens Day next There is tp be a concert in the enjoyed a call on Sunday from Henry and Prido Littlefield came down from Greenwood on Monday and gave this oflice a pleasant Racket of Deputy was iu town on Monday to attend Watson has been ship ping corn to Britt He gets thirty cents a observe that Nycum has returned to Algona an absence of some are being made for the District which meets in Algona next Hunt of Portland township is soon to visit her aged parents at the old home in Judge convened on last Monday There were 30 cases on the Hudson went out west last week to visit his timber claim in and his preemption near Sioux Hoise is still busy at the old and gives no indication of any intention to leave the attention of our farmer friends is directed to the agricultur al items on4the third page of this of Emmets burg is in attendance upon the Circuit Court as attorney in several important Commissioner Brayton has recently made important and greatly appreciated improvements on our street THE Good Templars this week move their headquarters to Watsons Their objectisto secure bet ter ventilation and cheaper June of at hishome in Portland Perry Stow in the 65th year of his Johnson is covering his house with a coat of the Minneapolis prepared and pronounces the paint the best he ever many old friends of Yemans will be glad to hear of the return of that to Algona after an absence of some Bush and Streeter were last week obliged to postpone their examination of the Treasurers books until the accounts for May were closed Greenwooders are about preparing for a Fourth of July notice of which will be given through these columns in due there are but forty nine oases on tho circuit court calender the largo proportion of JAMfit JHYStOTAS DRUGGIST pHYSTOMN AXD MflniMio ate Tlffffrtf Opposite Court Sfl HON Formerly of hepnl na Phonlx Insurance Algci v AGENT Amoiloiui Emigrant Co clif IM onico west READYMADE CLOTHINpltoTPP BOOTS State Htveet j f ROBINSON 888 year old Jieifers the quality of the stock be ing They moved only about six miles per day and are thriving wonderfully well on tbeir free residence of Merriam of Lotts Creek township was struck by lightning on Friday evening of last and a young Miss Pell the teacher in quite severely She was insensible gome hours arid has not yet recovered from the effects of the She is 9f of AT the late election held by the dd eUow8 f Algoaa ing offtoera were chosen Early JJe they came anJ tWo will arrive You Going to fftwUies oonneoted with Iowa Qauaty ed a aprejgd for ftpayt for the attoreeys jo fee opurt Ths of IS B9t as uoaiumauslv indulged g 30 4 out of the pail QBteideand j 1 V trial will doubtless lengthen out the to the usual has a small army of carpenters at work on his new and ia rapidly getting the building inclosed and safe from driving appearance on theptreetfl earlier than usual tma year said the period dur ing which ihe maajl boy is boisterously eruptive wiU be pondiugly we requested to give n that meeting to consider aF of July cekbiatioB will be held in the court house Monday A geweral attendance with thetioard of SuperviaQrs first appearance since accident by lost JJe w
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