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   Algona Republican (Newspaper) - July 2, 1879, Algona, Iowa                                BOO TUBS OF eUftER WANTfiO AT FOR WHICH MB WILL PAY 1MB HKMBST PRICE IN Algona HVRKV ttolurttw fiv OhA Yonr Subscription KOSSUTH JULY BUSlf ESS iilne Remember the Ulue Front if jtemerarjer JJIUG Front f you i V for oal ion Tfoiit I derive yourself of one of Spears sold BO Dont gt and big price for what Hponr will soil for hijlf tho StOHiu IMlcd Equal in flavor to eiUibo found nt 33tf I would respectfully solicit share of tho public All fits Shop over Cloary Caulkins store south ot tho public FRESH Try some of those Evaporated pared as nice and fresh aa when taken from the to bo found 32tf at Best aud Woodworth kcfrps tho best and Bells the cheapest of any man in Jail and see for 20tf ploasunt to the taste an when first picked from tho Marvin hao 32tf will buy no of Pried Apples at GOOD GOODS Where 1 Why at of and at prices whichwill astonish you for 15tf GOOD keeps the best of everything and declines to any truck with a poor arti Try him and see for Graucl Display of CROCKERY and GLASSWARE at 32tf upward at ASS SETS from 25 cents is specifications made ready to scrv upon Clarke as soon aa tho com should admit tho case to a hearing Wo are free to say that wo conside that prosecution the most creditable part of our neighbors somowha streaked career in and Wv sincerely regret that he should now consider it to his interest to repudi ate Wo reiterate our first statomon that Hudson appealed to the two clergymen formerly named by to go out in the interests o temperance and work against Judge Our neighbor made such appeals to others just as we am wo know of no reason why ho or we should be ashamed of We irobably did misjudge Judge but ho and his fricndstverc quite as much to as we foi such but the priiici pie for which Hudson so nobly contended in conjunction with our selves was such as wo hope to bo willing to contend Wo are aware of tho fact that our neighboi abandoned his former politico temperance position some months and now occupies a position diametrically opposed to the first We are sorry to see our co Mow Do You porting to tho weak Do you want anythuiK iu the line of 8uttorfuge of stirring up a prejudice Boots ami ourselves instead of houostlj ankeo Notions aiul answering our plain It is ccrics Now do you on Spear thing Never It is a fact that Woodworth selling goods ot mavVcIously low They wore never before BO low this Woodworth can be inquired of at tho Now York 20tf Buys a French Calf Hard Pan pair boots 23tf has a stock of and can supply his customers cheaper than they can afford to go tf to For loans on Renl Estateapply to KOSSUTH COUNTY BANK 12V Garviago for Tho undersigned offers for salo on easy terms one now top buggy single Inquire of 0 Minkler or at the ttussell 3037 the Tjppe Dea Moinea in tho issue of tw weeks shall bo short and a mildly drawn aa seems to bo do tivo provisions of tho Baby Indeed that appeal calls fo liovo tho allegations herein not fort to bo founded on facts Wo hot for we know him to bo ant of evidence which sustain and wo had the satisfaction few months sinco of knowing tha ho denounced tho dishonest praot tionor and corrupt practices a ivmpathy and copious tears rather heartily and vigorously as harsh and we tumble to tho call with alacrity Iho know as impudence or assur Anpo exhibited by our juvonil neighbor in seeking to earn forgiv ness from and a plaoo among th men whom ho was wont formerly t denounce without reminds u somewhat of tho young man wb was convicted of the crime o murdering his Being call cd upon by the judge to say whi sentence of dsath should not be pro nwunced against the crimina begged tho leniency of tho court o tho ground that he was an orphan Wo cannot forgot even in th interest of so good and handsome person as our neighbor tha the law firm of Hudson Jones hai tho disbarment ease against E Clarke completely worked up an prepared for trial before either o those attorneys had been regularl appointed to prosecute tho am in proof of this wo have but to refo to a score of gentlemen who ar acquainted with all tho circurastarico and further to refer to tho hug bundle of written charges am made ready to upon Clarke as soon aa tho that wo believed Judge fclJUU WU UlllUVUll U lUliiO ami flud any ofjbwe Weavers ruling in the druggists license cases to have been j Sow Sng criticised Judge Weavers rulings pi and wo do not question his honesty in Our neighbor assorts with some degree of confidence in our inability to disprove that he voted for Carpenter at both the October am November but ho does not deny that ho openly defended the attempt to defraud tho people of the Ninth District of their rightful and as this defense was tho basis of our assumption that his vote was oast against Carpenter in tho November nothing further booms to bo demandedof ui on this Wo fool a degree of gratitude t our juvenile friend for his plea o guilty to most of our arraign and we trust that his associa tious in future will be such as will leave us subject to no suspicion Notice to Sealed proposals will uo received foi build Ing School House in Bistric la District Township of Altona unti July at IelocU Bpeoifloations may bo seeu at tho offlco o County Tho committee re nerved tho right to reject any or nil June Onnistuy the Chicago at ATTENTION Anothqr invoioo of those fine knit Shetland Shawls afc Comstooks this Dont fail to get QUO before the Glorious found at 8Qr38 Tea can bo cow to Alot of ftwb Taroinseea to be flld IB bulk at r Hubb8r4 has a jfew New Wagons whioH he effera at Alters Inquire the JiQuse at Vbe Surely no ouo need go etoveless while hue 8UOh a ifw of plU fpr voo4 or coal T Bale HUHN an4 unduly inttuonoing his verdant and all too plastic Wo feel it to be indeed a fearfully solemn thing to be responsible for the direction ol oue whoso steering apparatus is so wholly inadequate to his superior locomotive and it is there fore a great relief to be officially assured that we cannot bo held liable for bis present We will close this article we close our part ift this contro by submitting ft few eandu ly practiced in our courts of law to win success is a matter of iple of whom is liable at any time to forced into courts Ppes beJieve tbe j osaobiBery of courts for jind dighonsflt purposes be of no mtevest to the people at large who are possible clieitts and who pay lyues for the It m 9 wtamt ihft as attorney who is guilty fil welj la mR Picq m As IT has been suggested to u that an injustice was done Judg Weaver in our article of last wee referring to the disgraceful action o tho KpsHiith county delegation i accepting pecuniary aid from th Mason City people in reaching th State wo desire to sa that no allusion to that gcntlcma was nor could havo been a Judge Weaver was not a regula and only accepted th proxy of Judge Smith after reachin Dos In this connection w will give tho statement of a gentle man to whom we applied for th facts in tho case I hav ascertained from parties intoreste that some twentyfive vote came down from the a you demanded trans portation to Dos or the would vote for Beck or go home They wcro led by one who use to live hero Mason I canno find out from anyone whether thcr was moro than one from Kossutl still there might havo been more X obtained a pass from some one and then there were tickets purchas od City gentle to tho amount of an thoy wore forwarded with tho understanding that the would vote for X for a small dont know turned over to Beck Tncso are tho facts as I havo them ono of the three win advanced tho to purchase th THE public entertainment given tho Alpha Zola Society on Satur lay evening last was docidedlj superior in and wouk have done credit to College Soeietiei if greater pretensions and largoi experience in this There very much lo praise in tho carrying out of the and vcr ittlo deserving of Th of Will Careltons farn Gone with a handsomei by Miss ovinoec oulttireand an appreciation of tho excellencies of the poem onthe pan f tho and was well receivei jy tho Tho recitation Searching for the Mist Stacy was well rendered ant shows Miss Kate capable of tin nost ambitious accomplishments 5i this Tho reading of tho college 1 Miss Flora editoi vas one of tho most onjoyabl natures of tho Miss Jail is a young lady of supcrioi ibility and in tho not distam command respect in some ol the many fields of public usefulness open to her Many of out citizens had doubtless boon apprised something superior to tlu usual declaiming or oratory ol f young college students might be ookod for from the ut wo wero prepared pr tho matter aud manner of do ivory of their orations at this enter Their in prepara tion and would havo done jrodit to any graduate of the bosl lastern Those young men lave 11 brilliant future before nid that they mean to realize tho is CMW r H fJr their devotion to Their books ire carried out to their work on tho arm where their perusal is practio and with those young every place is a temple and every season a time for storing their miuds vith Tho public may expect to hear from tho Walkers Artors selection for a loclamatiou was not calculated tc uterest a mixed con oquently ho was not able to do limself Robertson hat a splendid selection in Ingersolls unoral but it could hardly id expected that he would ho original Tho enter ainmeut closed with an wherein the principal actors wore Lottie llutoluqs and George and Emancipation wero sever represented by Misses Carrie Lib resided jf wo were the Zeta we suggest the selection from heir number of a or board of whose direciipJB tbeir should be Sijpervisor engaged in luntiiig lip aud briogipg forward Ufequpni axes as on ty Treaeurora books ua during the last few years Ae holders lauds ia this MOtry that all reyor4 of the i A GRAND CELEBRATION Tho people of Algona will hold a GRAND CELEBRATION iu m has boon some unfriendly criticism of tho action of tho biwi ness men of Algona in preparing to oolcbrato on tho Fourth of and while some of this criticism is well no wo regard tho position taken by tho critics It is true that several outside townships had bognri pro parations for local celebrations long before the matter was agitated in but wo doubt if tho citizens of those townships will fool flatter ed to havo it generally supposed ihoy cannot conduct their celebrations and bo happy without the aid and presence of some of tho shining lights and towering intel lects of Tho Algoim people are still free to go out of town if thoy wish and have tho moans to procure while the people of tho outside townships are blessed with a like privilege and may bo trusted to enjoy that privi lego on tho freest day of all the Some of us can ill afford the expense of a livery conveyance and ought to bo permitted to where wo can do BO without groat It is duo to tho children of that something bo their enjoyment on JAMES Atf ml f rowfi AT GOOD TEMPLARS Music by Alnona Hoc Iniynr hy nciulhiK I MiMicllIvu Tlic nnd Tom iioo Barclay More Musicnice 1 uxtainiiuiiinaoui Itowcry IJuucu In llio coiuiiichco ut 10 oclock Jlcnlc Iu Kolbliolt a near tour uortli HI On tho ONE UUNDWEi ANUTIURD ANNlVEUSARYof THE PRESIDENT VICE AJgona Kinsoy Carton nigton Fenton Greenwood II P Lotts Creek Wesley rsll 11111 fiti UOMSTOOK Irv MARSHAL OF THE Portland SPENCER C Spear EXECUTIVE Williams HECKART The pay will bo ushered in by the unfurling of Our Countrys Flag and salutes lired by the Algona Volunteer Artillery i a Awarding of Prizes Music by Algona Cornet 0 10 i ill arade and by Algona Cornet will form on State and and iiiurtih to aim murc o e r Arrivod at tho the order of exercises will bo as follows Address of by by National by Glee Reading of by Speeches from distinguished Song by Gloo Music by Basket lasting till Indian fight and execution of Capt Foot 100 open to 00 back 50 Wheelbarrow race loo Prizes bcrub homo 40 Oxen and cow Match game baao Champions roooivo a grand tho anniversary of the birthday of the yankeo THAT the people of Whitternoro are not iu an altogether pleasant fritrno of mind may bo implied from tho following in tha hist Gazette Cold water celebration at Algona on the Look at tho pro gramme Good Templar speech and a tow race display of fire works in the consisting of two fire crackers and a ball of can dle wicking rolled in kerosene oil and set on after which the brass band will play to an empty The Algona Cornet Band is refer red to in those complimentary terms Finding that tho services of such a cheap band as the Algona Brass with their old second hand was only going to bo detrimental to tho success of our grand old celebration on tho wo havo revoked their and arrangements are being made for a silver cornet band which has talent and good music will take tho place of the Algona We nucleistand that there has boon no engagement with tho Algona Tho band were offered for their but declined to Braclly Nicouiin of this town havo entered into contract with for the manu facture of tho Improved Harrow for tho tradoin and Dk Fill is off tho road a fjw days with a lame Mansard roof is to bo the style of Lockwoods now resi Uico is making about one hundred and fifty pounds of choose per White and Miss Fergu son took a recreative trip to Charles City last and Bray ton arc spending a few days on their farm in Greenwood agent for tho SiouxCity Journal Printing and Book binding was iu town last little folks are now free from restraints of and con trol the town by a largo andlucroas N Ofllno oft fi QMtlniH to Im AKrifulll WrttiliS mwiCT Olll VettOr AN AND HUHORON Htiillo aoiliip Court r T lorl rlmttoii SO Fonnoilvof hat opeimd an Ovor Sheetz Drup LAND AT ESTATE AND LOAN rartlciilar attnn ing One of our citizens is serving is and The now harrow said to bo a great improvement ovor tho old fashioned one in many respects and must moot with a ready sale as soon as its merits aro well Wo are glad that tho manufacture has fallen into the bauds of an Algona firm and hope Messrs Niooulin may find a bonanza in tho At 8 will begin a Selected with great and foruJBhiog in itsolf a grand entertainment Tho festivities of tho day closing with a and FESTIYAL at COURT HOUSE WALL under the auspices of the Algooa Cornet Jandj proceeds to bo use4 in the purchase Vjf a Band Tickets Refreshments served in tho MusUt by the Algona v on Henry Walston to whom les desiring to enterfw the different races must report before 3 n the dav or nalnhratinn OH the day of ofiswd will be he woes are aa the money is all jmwedifttejy after to Ypu cannot afor44o use any OftUlPfl linseflO olil Wreadv to pat onT out of Jfefl pi CALL has sublet tho mail route f rora Fort Dodge to Ogdcu to Erastus Fitoh of this who removed his family to tho DOW field of operationslast Call informs us that a itriweekly mail delivery is to bo established between Algona and Webster City in Bids aro advertised for by tho post office A mail route is to be opened at tho same timo be tween Gruomvood Center and Fair an extousiou of tho present route from OUB old Pitt is doing noble service in directing the attention of the farmers of the thickly settled portions of the country to tho many advantages offered for settlement iu North western Iu thus unselfishly interesting himself Cravath is beneficially serving tho bust inter ests of his neighbors and directing a highly desirable class of emigrants to this portion of He re coive tho gratitude of tha people of both Tun school children to the nuuv ber of several more or repaired to Calls grovo for a picnic last Saturday and enjoyed the occa sion The Cornet Band kindly volunteered to furnish for tho and when jp this interesting novelty was added that pf a piouio dinner with swings and Barnes among the tall tmea of Gods first it is not difficult to believe that lots of enjoy mnnf l out a finoof by bottoming easy chairs within tho confining limits of the county Price of Emraetsburg was ovor last week negotiating for tho manufacture of his now patent cultivator Hutchins is getting a fine front to tho second story of his brick It will have a resemblance to tho upper Bank a vaca Monday Club has tion through tho heated Af IKNT Amci lomt Emljtrnut Ho ton ono DORLAND ArrOHVKl H AND OOUNSELUJIW AT t of fico Hue advt Households and standard authorities may now experience a blessed THE JJziiversaliiit Sabbath School helda concert on last Sunday ovo which wo havo heard very Sly commended by those distributed a box of Havannas yesterday morning hi fell to tho school children on that js a native of Herkjniov and has raauy friends an4 relatives He tells us tUat many pf the da of that section have u in waking bpcauso Of of last ajid ar This ts what we have an4 proye tho oheesa to butter making in ex by tfjutoft tftL Mjf few aa mate than tha crude lead among his Cause a ton pound bran down at tho Congratulations Hutohins has tho roof of liis store elevated to the piano of the bank building roof and has Cowan at work ou the elevation of tho crowded space last week prevented the publication of the interesting news of the arrival iit homo of Harvey Ingliam and received two very creditable jobs from the mos a 4tb ofJuly poster and a premium list of the HumbolJt I Agricultural THE LadiesAid Society of the Church willgivo an ice bream and raspberry festival this at Court House for of the A good time may be Butler wont up to Owatonna last Saturday and will re main over two Last Sun day wasto be observed as Chit drons and next Sunday a oomnumiou service will bo Reed White have six hundred cheeses stored ii the curing roomsat the The hot weather and low price ofbutter in creases the patronage of tho cheese Whitewater Pudding Stick Wra Hall was hero last week for a llyuig visit to relatives and his old lie is nicely located upon a fine farni in Kossuth and is as proud of that farm with ita soil five feet in as is Charley Clark of his Spanish Merino TUB extreme wot rain of last Fri day intereferud to tho extent of breaking up tho school picnic so ROBINSON Ute State Southwest conitftf O btato uiid Tluu oe Tt CHAMPION il i Houso sign ui1 us xf ty aif qioeJy prepared for the their A was had by ciout fa prevent any possibility drynesi m the new flrna of Darlaud Awea have rented rooms up stairs n the building and baye dowij to cUntly wean work Tjie youatj CUVJNd   

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