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   Algona Republican (Newspaper) - June 18, 1879, Algona, Iowa                                BUSINESS M jfln Ivflk 4 KOSSUTH JUNE ItECEIVlNG HIS SECOND INVOICE Ol Spring and Summer Styles of BKY NOTIONS WALL f A FULL LINE OF Blue lemetnber the Blue Front if you vant to buy goods cheap for Attention Potato has a now remedy for otato the LONDON iheaper and more affective than aris 0 to 30 pounds for I Goods as Low as any Store in Northern PRICE TO GOODS REPRESENTED JUST AS THEY Call Attention to their New Stock of s AND GROCERIES I Goods Always Warranted to be Just as They are State Opposite OWA IOWA FARMS ACRES AND OM INDUCEMENTS OFFERED TO SETTLERS AND By tliQ Araerioan cow of tills ore fcooatecUn the PANNER DAIRYING COUNTY IN THE Uand GRAIN THREE in btttHttlo i 5v tfte a prospect a very popular HEfJP all rtcek is under the Hgngg no expansg fpr for J swwwrnsmfna ct u For per Aprs to BsUteN duriog 1979 Mfym Boy David 20 years ft his home March in corn any with a young Earnest and has not sinoe been card Any one giving infor mation of him will confer a great avor upon his Jane Aroha please Dont I Dont deprive yourself of ono of Spoars Polking sold so Dont go oU pay a big price for what 8uoar will for half the Steam Dried Equal in flavor to fresh san be found at 83tf I would respectfully solicit a share of the public AH fits Shop oVor Cleary store south ot the public IGtf FRESH some of those Evaporated pared as nice and fresh as when taken Vom the tobe found 32tf Jiesfc snul Wood worth keeps tho best and iells the cheapest of any man i see foi 2titf us pleasant to the taste as when hrsl picked from tho Marvin has will 30 ol Pried Apples 32tf GOOD GOODS Where Why at of and at prices which will astonish you foi 15tf Drawing and Miss recently of Fond du will give Jessous in Water Color and China Painting and Crayon and Pencil Drawiii ulso the art of Mlsfi will to spoohiipns o her work to any who may Us inttircstod to se As sho iluns nut cxpeol to rtinalii nuui In she will oonsiitor It a favor i panivg ilosliliiK Inslinctlon will Hh can Uo thp foxldencb at Mi iinrt atreot GOOD the best of everything and decline to have any truck with poor arti him see for of CROCKERY and ULASSWARI at MARVINS SETS cent upward at Never a fact that Woodworth goods at marvelously were never before It is selling low inthis Woodwort can be inquired of at the New Yor 26tf Frenoli 23tf Buys a pair c Calf Hard Pan boots a has new and large stock of can supply hja customers oheape than they can afford to go to For loons on Real Estate apply t KOSSUTH OOTTNTY 12 Now Do You Do you want anything in tUe lino Dry Boots and Shoes Hats and Yankee Notigns and Grn cedes f Now do you f on Spear and ttnd any of thes 25tf Oliange ot Marvin is just now Belling Grooei ICt iTOWT II and got his Doat forge the at Parleys olft 32t Parlor Picture printed In 10 color I Pocket Cards 10 Flirtation Cards I of W4Ung 18 yjfliit l 5 The k seat postpaid for 95 Send Pas Stamps or 00 If 4u of e ourec clearer iieacte p qeul w lielr orf s well bravity of our notice of the oath of the fate was wing to our tlesire to have more uviati M Y IllVi C 111 UV VJV1I Wlull lllfUwllillLL 1UU lets at our command before making man to rod tho school houses the lie fuller reference to him whioh his ownshi and no a re lie fuller reference to him which hi igh place in tho esteem of his ao uamtancea renders tow was a native of Ashtabula ottnty whore ho spent the rears of his youth and early man Ho was the son of Judge a man widely known and re pacted for his In enrly ife Stow received injuries while Ighting firo from which he never re and which for a of rears caused him untold As one of the results of this 10 was afflicted with o such an extent that during tUe eriod of his acufcest suffering it was i common thing for him to get uplfl us harness a and drive through tho darkest nights over wild and dangerous While he has not during his resi dence in Iowa been afflicted to the violent degree of previous experi it may bo said that ho has been dying for his iron con stitution finally yielding to tho in roads of Stow was married twice and had eight two are and six both whom one lied in the one resides in and tho remaining together with his esteemed live He was a most ngenius A man of unos tentatious ho made no profession of religious experience though trusting in Ho wil be remembered as a man of sterling have heard a great deal said about the impossibility of raising good calves without but the evidence furnished our own eyos ii contradiction of tho exclusive milk is surricently convincing to In Wolcott Harts herd o west of can bo sum i score of yearlings of a thrifty appearance and good slza as be found ainoti any larger or smaller lot o calves of thu same age to ba foiun anywhere in Kossuih Mr Halt began feeding whey ami oi rnoal as soon as tho uhuuse makini season nnl after thai tim thecalves hail not a drop of milk During the winter thesu calvws hai u small feud of oats rogiilarly end in addition to thuir on bushel of light to tho twenty With this evidence beforeus wocu have no more pationco with U people who say that cannot be raisorl without Gar and judicious feuding with an oil monl or some substitute will in sure good calves every Friday night of last woe the drug store of Forbuah wa burglariously entered and u sac containing about in silver wa taken by the Thu stor was entered from the rear by foroini open the outxide door to a bac and by boring and oultiiij through the door between this root and the front room a hole larg enough to insert the hand and draw tho bolt The burglary and loss came to the knowledge of For bush immediately upon opening hii store on Saturday andf search for the suspeeted burglars was immediately Sus pioion fell upon two tramping and these were overtake on tho railroad east of Algona by at engine chartered and boarded bj local No silver was founc with these suspected characters anc they wore permitted go Tho robbery was evidently committed by some party well acquainted with the premises and cognizant of the fact that a sack of silver was do posited in one of the many medicine Woslby The people of Wesley and vicinity A fid n Art I Tins Board of School Directors of ortland Township recently entered nto contract with a lightning rod nnd as we are in the people of tho township re entering a vigorous protest gainst what they term an oxtrava fanl and useless Wo know othing of the merits of tho we believe it econo ny for townships to carry their own nsuranoo and risks as against pro poctivo losses by firo or L recent decision of tho Supreme Jourt of this state may have some on the Portland That lecision is to tho effect that orders rawn on the contingent fund of a chopl district township in payment or lightning rods are We note the substance of tho decision torn an exchange without vouching or its School offieers Will do well to look into the matter ofore proceeding too far in purchas ng EXOITBD individual with valuable tern of REPUBLI CAN will you please to say that there is to be a band supper and strawberry a bandberry lance and straw Here the emotional party uttered n iiercing yell and butted his brains tit against the door At the nquest it was found that the un fortunate but well meaning news nongr desired to say that iv band dance and strawberry festival would Lie held in court house hall on the evening of tho Wu HAVE been shown the cut oi monument which hasbeen ordered for Chauncey Taylor t is to bo of the beautiful white now coming intd and will be furnished through H and fc Heck It is to be 11 feet 3 inches in and weigh about 800 It will bo erected October This will bo by far tho finest monument in our a fit memoria of one of the most notable charac ters in pioneer WIIITTKMOKE is out with a flam ing handbill announcing a Fourtl of July celebration at that wide awake If celebration prove as big a thing as the hand our wil lesorvo threat credit for enterprise The have provec Uiemsolvus equal to almost anythitij in tha ami will doubtless maid tilings lively nnd interesting fo on the Tom Lookwood is preparinj to build a new residence on his lot just south of Smiths place ii thei southern part of W undoistand that Lockwood wil build with and as thelooatioi is one ofthe finest in town and th new house to bo ih neighbors of that locality liavo rea son to elevate their chins eom Butler ban an appointment o preach in Universalist Chapel ext Sunday commencement exercises f Algona College open next Sun There will bo speakers from Bushncll was in town everal days this His home s at promise to yield rnmensely this year currants only ightly grapes quite fairly and gooseberries not at new picket fences are bo ng coiiHtruoted along the premises lf Frod Hoxio are to ftava grand Son ir w i4avo grana ceieuration on jes very Call and see him the Fourth of Speeches ani and his Dont tarirttt i fire crackers and torpedoes and plenty of good will b served up in the beautiful grove o Taylor at Allan oor dialjy Programing and officers next week Templars There wjH beld the resWepoe of four mijeu flprth of A uu4er the management of th of A cordial invitation is eteoded to danoe in IT an to WK are indebted to Breeu for an invitation to attend a Fourt of July Celebration and Picnic i the grove of Grover of Port land That is a favorit holiday resort for the Portlander and all others within easy am we shall be glad to meet the friend there if nothing interferes t MoMahon of Lotts Cree township reports crops looking finel in his Hia prospoc for a crop of flax is very flatteriu He was careful in suediu to get the seed deep and well covei and tho result has been that hi fields were not affected by the earl dry weather as were most fields o 1 OBUOBJIB of Osweg is Visiting bia rela the family of Captain Inghara Osborne is a ypitag man wh has come to Iowa with the locating permaneut and makin this hi welcome such as he to this ui developed country and would b gUdto welcome an armyof entei prising men from tho camp meeting at Okobo is to July Oth and con ban been dooa to lEe aion and reduced rate on tjio railroad west of Mason Citj reasonable transportation f row jo jjfte1 like will wako i body who wislj to summer paw do go small lied need rates av given to these sod from Spen 4istsuo W is promised Stevens of Emtnetsburg as over the first of the Methodists have already 000 brick in kiln ready for burn and Brown are ng pe nding oboi Ln months vacation at Jkoboji Hutchins begins work on he skyward addition to his State treet storonoxt cheeses per day nre be ig manufactured by tho branch and parents of are soon to return to and Orvillo NKFF is and joes leisurely about with one visual orb obscured by a editor of the ort Dodge called at this idioe on Monday while on Us way to Paul to meet the editarial Portlanders are preparing or a grand and lorious Fourth gala day on the of A programme for the occasion will 3 made up andpublished notice of a strawberry festi to be held at Wesley or tho benefit of was received by us last week after going committees report of settle ment with the County Treasurer was laid before the Board of Super visors at tho meeting of last Friday and was regularly acted It will appear in onr issue of next learn that the printed argu ment of Marvin attorney for contestants in the Iowa November and OEAN1 CEUEIWUTIOS AT There is a largs amount of money subscribed to defray the Full particulars in next weeks Committee of arrangements meets at COURT tlOlTSJ All turn There are to bo speeches from some of tho best men of tho and PIKB WOHK9 At and a good time in The full prqgramo will be made out at the Court A LO ON A to to to to 25 HOGS to HIBKS to Episcopal service at Baptist Churoh next Sunday lianney of Fenton town ship took home a fifteencow Cooley Creamer one day last week Rannoy has a prejudice against marketing any but the very besc of giltedged butter and has prepared himself for thu manufacture of such country east of the Mississ ippi was visited bya hard frost a few days and crops and fruit were Thousands of acres of corn have been replanted in conse quence of the Sunday night came uncomfortably near wilting the cornBelds this section with a MUCH to the joy of her many waim Miss Maggio Mclntyre re turned from her yenrs sojourn in Baltimore and Now York last She comes back in nnd JAMES trt ImTC kTCAft cciiri nrtr Oils JONES ATTORNEY AT REAL ESTATE tfotnrv Tulillo and CnnVAvan or mi klnils bought and tlnn clvcu to Oornfttnft ntid atid thn of tor nonVfiflldef m Kowitti AMnUor t nnd PliniiiK Tnanrnneo ComniMtreif AOKXT Amcilcnn clionp Mloe west election has boon issued is being We are favored with a Ford has lately presented a lawn and his always the neatest trimmest in Tuesday greatly improved reports having enjoyed a delightful visit with her Eastern TUB Good festival last YVednesday evening was highly suc The company faiily over flowed the and the heat was as Foimorlyof hnt Over Sheet Diolg J wliovf lin will be to molt Ing CALBRAJ pcnler Q READYMADE CL BOOTS atiito Bti Dnv AVatsous Slate east of Hea DKY Weil state HECK Algona 800 ROBINSON HATJDWAUK Hoc intense and the gentlemen as liberal not as could be Tho Algona Lodge donated lo the treasury of been the District Lodge and enriched its now own coffers with an equal and neatest and Tirns committee appointed to ex l to arid settle with the its regular semiweekly goneral 8alesman tho Wailaoe 11 nrrl naaa Tim Lord uses tho shears and razor where tho mower cannot be used Five of tho White branch cbeese factolie8 completed their work on of jaBt and made their report to the board of salesmen at a meeting on Satur Reed cheese factories aro running Boyle of Lotts this while throe are FredDormoy of and ITT the Rico is operating his factory in and Ward is niann factoring in people will get thoroughly iscreampd and strn wburiod this The Episoopals had a festival at the residence of Hawes last eve and the ladies of Congl Society will duplicate it at the Church Thursday Townshend favors our people occasional Episcopal and hopes to build up a church A donation of toward the building of a church Qdifice has been made by the members of Phillips Brooks church iu and Sheetz are soon to visit to be present at the marriage festivities of the Doctors Sheetz is to accompany the wedding party on to to be absent several while the Doctor is to return to Johnson was down from Swoa the other day and gave us a He reports tho prairie of his neighborhood dotted oyer with the houses of and the pros pect for tho future never Johnson sporida most of this season at where he is sailing Ohampion Ward of lluroboldt Salesman for Wallaces aftaege fao tory was in town Friday Saturday to close up tha bust of last Ward ono of a oommittse appointee to the books IJew of his usual last ganday gave ft Tory the twn Qnnooll Mwnnt tf bout 3QO minis wgre NVard of were gentlemen of the final dividend was ordered by board and a final settlement of work of the season was the the A friend hands us tho following tally list of tho result olthe hunting match of Portland The defeated aide gave a dinner in tho grove of Grover last WINNING 2135 IM M Stato and T seed Shing 1 the House Sign JKalfoinlneivrjlVbltejniiiUi Alf woj k WM i and In tho hltest htjte rea iiso Tullles IM 477 YollowHdBlkbd Total LOSING Iockoc Striped House HM BbioKUils Total 600 Ta ea 2401 Tallies MX 705 Tamos m 580 Tnllics M joo Tallies Si Sheeta is extending the nmuarlr orliis reaidouco to tho second story and is making other Ucud is to build a drug stare ou State Street 80 An examination tUe timbers were badly had the decayed 1 TT r Mt4CVf oonveoes in special session next No no Brawl JnryWTUe of suawberries 1 calaruity offsotliy tjie bs tltankfui for Btogb hns as tbrfftv of young frujf trees PB W farm norm in pf JlcCoy be ippew in awTwiSkVi   

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