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   Algona Republican (Newspaper) - July 9, 1879, Algona, Iowa                                500 TUBS OP BUTTER WANTED AT FOR WHICH HE WILL PAY THE HIGHEST PStCBMN UBUBIIBtt fcVBUV WMWOTIuy MOnNfSU BV HOHTON One Yeftf in no itotillM In i oo thrsd BO aim KOSSUTH JULY BHSIMSS jSoVr Motvcr for Sale BLANCH obnIOflft Joe Oroam and the best XratuotikH6 constantly on hand at tli V Blue Ileraetnber the Bluff Front if you want to buy goods cheap for Your Liver i Buy flolmans Liver Pad at the Good Samaritan lw I Scream Onco of the Congl Society sorvo ice cream at tho Church to piorrow Thursday Dont I Dont 1 Donf deprive yourself of one of Spears Clothing sold ao Dont go nnd pay a big price for what Wpcnr will Bell for half Hie Give them a Lockes Gelatine Starch for giv ing ft bright gloss to starched cloth ing can be found at 2w Steam Dried in flavoi to fresh can be found at I would respectfully solicit a of tho public All fits Shop over Oleary Caulkins store south ot the public IStf FRESH some of those Evaporated pared as nice and fresh as when taken from the to be found 32tf at Best ami Woodworth keeps the best and sells the cheapest of any man in Call and see for 20tf ns pleasant to the taste as first picked from the Marvin has i 32tf J I will buy30 of Dried Apples at 32tf GOOD GOODS Where Why at and at prices which will astonish you for J5tf GOOD keeps tlie best of everything and declines to have any truck with a poor arti Try him and see for Grand Display of CROCKERY and GLASSWARE f OTGLASS SETS from 25 cents upward at Never It is a fact that Woodworth is selling goods at marvelously low They were neyev before so low in this Woodworth can be inquired of at the New York 26tf ft Ot I rencfi Calf Hard Pan boots 23tf has a new and large stock of and can supply bis customers cheaper tjian they can afford to go tf to on M teal Estate apply to KOSSUTII COUNTY 127 Jo You Do you wiint anything lu the lino of Bry Boola and Slices Jlals and Yankee Notions and Gro eeriest Now do f call on Spear aud und uny of those 35tf it Marvin is just now soiling Grocer ies very Call and see him and get liis Dont forget the at Barleys old Notice to proposals will be received for House in District 19 DUtriotTawnship qf Algona uoUl July at 1clock SpscifeatMijns may be seen at the offlc of Connty XUe comwHteo 1 h9 righMorejeeuny or J nne BBISTIAH Best unoolored Japin can be A lot of fresh Flat Turnip seed to be in bjiik at q few Wogoos whioh he off aqHirs Inqnive at Hound Rouge at the for the no ueef go etovel V such large Afsortment of styles which Tim Fourth of July celebration in Algona began at an onrly lirectly after and con tinued without n broak until well along into the following First cnma the ringing of the and was followed by tho roar ng of the smithy artillery which continued until These latriotio demonstrations showed that the boys woro full of enterprise and general and evoked rom the sleep robbed oitixens nteiipely earnost petitions for the ittiire meting out of merited re wards to tho noisy The glass ball tournament oftmo off early in tho forenoon and was larticipated in by several of our ooal The first was won by Frank Nicoulin the by and the by And now tho country people oegan to pour into most of hso coming from the direction of rvington and eastern Promptly at tho appointed time Marshal Spencer formed tho pro cession on State Street nnd tho march was taken up for the grove where the principal uxorciscs of tho day were to be Only a small portion of tho crowd visited tho but nearly ono thousand people must have been present at the exeioiscs These exeruises were opened with singing by the glee after which prayer was oftorcd up by The Declaration of Independence was road by and this was followed by toasts and rospoiiBoa as follows Tho Amorican responded to by Reed in a short but very happy manner The Day wo by E Clarke Tho by Coolbangh in a speech replete with sentiment and This was Coolbaughs first appearance as a speaker before an Algoua audience and he acquitted himself in a very lappy The toast Algona was responded to by LeggeUin a most felicitous In addition to the excellent music furnished by the Algona Cornut the glee organized for the favored the people with several inely rendered piecus of voual appropriate to tho The following are the laclies and of that club Miss Mary Miss MiSs Nellie D At tho closu of the speak ing the lunch baskets were brought out and picnic parties wore organic ed in all parts of the At two oclock two parting of iiostilo red men appeared ou the street in true Indian mounted and and electrified the crowd on the walks by making war upon each other in regular war like After ohaRing about llits jinblio square in a way fur some time and kueping up a warm fusilfulo with navy ona of tho Lo family was dragged from his hi8e ami strung up by tho neck to tho pole prepared for him on the court house The aborigines then leaving a much better impression than tho genuine fellows are apt to This exit was followed by tho foot in which several wore calloil but fow The following wero tho parties 1st 2nd The sack raco was quite amusing to all but thu aiid wound tip with tlio following result Abbott took tho Daniels 2nd and Donuavau tho 3d 50 Tlio wheelbarrow race was the most laughter provoking of all the games of tho Several entries entries wero made but no one completed tho whole round Tho following aro the names of the prize takers Peter Purvis 1st Donnavan 3d prize and 3d prize The horse race was the closing tqene of the days Bight or ten entries were made and the course laid out was on State froni Heck art led thl Vhole distance and won ttie first He was followed olosely by Robiaon who carried off the n4 prize while Minklers pony was only 3d from the head and won The evening was to witness fine display of fire but through some accident nearly whole bftsinew went off in tootephnica more fear ful than giaasing to au4 the fan ww band dance was the closing per and this was indulged i until The party was ft most agreeable one and receipts quite satisfactory the band Altogether this celebration was WE had the pleasure a few clnys since of visiting the farm of Nathan Foster of in company with the Foster has a farm of 470 ucrus lying along the Des Moines River just Houth of and adjoining the farm of This farm is mostly or nearly level skirted on tho river side by a fringe of timber and It is onn of the finest and most valuable farmers in tho county or in Northwestern and is being brought to a high state of cultivation under tho excellent of tlio Monroe Oats and wheat on the place are looking but the main ono hundred acres of is rank enough and beautiful enough to look upon to brighten up tho visage of the most confirmed On this farm can be found one of the best dairies of cows to be found in tho and the young cattle and calves give evidence in their appearance of the best of care and The Monroes turn their milk into butter and realize tho very best of western prices for that Foster is a a native of is quite thoroughly westernized in his faith in the bright future in store for this part of tho great lit certainly has reason to be well satisfied with hia very substantial real estate interest in TIIROUUM the courtesy of Palmer we were privileged yester day with a visit to tho dairy farms of Ingham and Jones in company with Lewis of New a commission merchant and dealer in Ingham has a dairy of twentyfive cows under charge of Suraner and has his cream churned and packed by He is using the Clarke Revolution Pan for sotting tho milk and has the cooling water water supplied from a never failing spring situated a few feet of the milk It will be seen that Ingham has all the requisites for making giltedged and wo are ismired he is Besides supplying the milk the spring we luive mentioned supplies a never failing stream to thu watering trough of the milking and from this the hog yard is Ingham has a large tract of land in one body and at no very distant period wo shall expect to see rival the very best of eastern dairy farms in all that goes to make up a first class dairying We should not fail to mention the vory line herd calves pointed out to us liy Stebbins and embracing several excellent grade IN Tim matter of the Martin judg the order of Judge Duttie for the immediate levying of a tax was modified by consent of all parties to tho extent of a postponement until an opportunity should bo given for sonio mutually satisfactory settle ment of the A consultation was held by the town council with tho parties and it was agreed that a final noUleraeutof the matter might bo made by the town paying of tho judgment and A written request that the town council make final settlement by agreeing to pay is circulat or will bo among tho voters of Algona for and by these subscriptions the coun cil will be Should this much of the be a levy of a tun mill tax will be mado for collection next and a like levy will follow each year until the whole amount is Wo believe this to be best way to got rid of a long standing source of contention and public and we accord ingly favor tho TUB picnic in Reibboffs Grove on the Fourth was enjoyed by a goodly number of members of the order and others in addi tion to the members and friends of the order in tho The grove is a charming plaoo for social The shade of the large trees is quite and the atten tions of the mosquito family not BO persistent as in groves having dense Aside from the social pleasures of the occasion there was an interesting programme through which the patriotism of the pionioers found The Peolaration wwwad by Mrs Ingham read 411 appropriate essay in graceful Barclay was fortunately present and gave a talk which interested and Butler delivered an able A paper reaJ by Starr closed tho wbton was interspersed with finished by Cora T Maggie aud The officers of the day were alnd A la BOOTS are more than a score bejd in There fuss ajd fearers about H r for wop4 Bwe TUB temperance meeting el 4ay evening under the of was well attended wy agreeable eoter SetoJaeU wittowi aspideuj or QAM pf war the ploajura of spejicisa were to be the singing Switb feee manlier NOTICE TO LUMBEEBUYEBS au4 wwt iv HAS ms SKCOND INVOICE ov Spring and Summer Styles of DRY WALL A FIT LINK OP 40c 50c 5c to 8STAPPLES30 pounds Goods as Low as any Store in Northern 01TB PHIOE TO and Goods Represented JUST AS THEY IOWA LANDS IOWA f FARMS ACRES AND ON GREAT INDUCEMENTS OFFERED TO SETTLERS AND By American Emigrant Secretary and ACRES of tills LAND arc Located in the BANNER STOCK DAIRYING COUNTY IN THE of this Land is FIRSTCLASS SB SO8L RICH BLACK THREE Climate No Kain or Mud in but little One RAILROAD Through the a good prospect of another x pay This County has very popular HERD and all stock is under the care of Hence no expense for except for Herding Stock costs 73 cents for Cattla and for Horses for the GOOD readers will find something worthy of their attentive perusal in the speeches of Zach Chandler and John on our second Another ahle and patriotic message from the Provident will be found be good acknowledge the receipt of i postal giving some items of iufor nalion concerning the celebration n Portland on the over the signature of An Old Now what wo want is to know which old All these things come grad BAKKU came up from he south on Wednesday of last week and favored his Algona friends vith a visit of several remain ng over Sunday and addressing the ernperanco meeting of Sunday oven Baker is still located at where his children have lie benefit of the best of schools The Professor himself expects to be n Osceola most of the coming engaged as superintendent of the lublie schools of that was down to Inde lendence last week to attend to his duties as ono of the trustees of the nsane Asylum at that He eports our old vunyon cjuite feeble in body an well as He cannot tell his wu much less that of any of lis old and seems to be icpelessly Smith anil lis confreres have reduced the cost f keeping the insane at Independ ince to per for slothing and The cost to the sounties was formerly per PKTTIBONH has lately in a ventilating valve for arrel or other airtight The valve is very simple in construction and does away with the necessity if drawing a plug whenever the lontinetl air of the churn requires Whether or not Petti one designs applying for a patent or hia certain it is that he simple working contrivance is alculated to save time and labor n the dairy and might bring the uventor a good of vho travels in the interests of the Milwaukee Paul came up to Spirit Lake on The Doctor is a close observer and well posted in all matters pertaining to the develop ment and future prospects of this He prophesies for Dickin son county a future that the most sanguine of our people have not mtioipated and we may say that 10 is very far from being an enthusiast on any July to and Cnsli Seaton 1 Portland tw daughters Tlits Company has decided to REDUCE THE PIIICJB of their Best Lands to to per Acre to Actual Bottlers duriug the year For further call on or addreua ni2v7 a Q Ss S a sa a f C S ie r W fc be 6 loof M the priBt DO Mil uA jour 2 By Ktagn System and fitted with Comllaatlon B PecUers ottmoot got SK W W Q IN SILVERWARE JEWELRY CLOCKS WATCHES WOleonlng ana KepalrliiB ot All work to Then be sure to get tho very Yon cannot afford to use any TUB MiKHaHOTA kiNSBEp Oifc of furnish a paiot ready to out of pall Jn wuicU it Pure white for outside and over two dozen different shades and culqis ready for tlio Pare lead and zino finely ground by machinery in the genuine Has a permanent and beautjful Costs no more than the ortide lead and oil Not Rubber or Mixed See paint already upon buildings in Algona and for sale by ta Algonfti TUB biMisi at nox ifiyond in the lino of was blown off its foundation me night last It a two tory with rooms or the agent in the upper story io one was at WB notice all the editors present the at Spirit Lake igree in of it as a delight nl and not less unanimously ittribuie its BIUIOORS to tho liberality md courtesy of tho citizens of the led by tho 2ieacot STATION AUEXT MoMasters hands is the following schedule of excar ion rates To Camp Meeting at koboji Lake sale of tickets to July Oth to eturn until July 24 round Clear Lake Hale from July st to Round enterprising but impecu iious follow was sncocflsful in grabb ng a handful of silver from the nonoy drawer of llio Bongey House ii the The thing was Accomplished whilo everybody was ooking at the From to ilO was abstracted The Congl Sunday School and Society propose to hold a picnic on uly a week from place is not yet decided Hudsons and Zahltens jroves are both talked Itjs the itention to make this a pleasant for big and There is a prospect that the nnm ior of pleasure seekers at Clear Lake his year will be unusually he quarrel over Lozier has hushed aud all things are The meetings advertised will be running two Clear Lake in ecoming very popular as a summer Lewis of tho firm of Lewis General Com miesion Merchants of New irrived in town on Monday evening favored us by a jewis is visiting this county for the irst time and is deeply impressed Iith its possibilities in the dairying TUB number of the formal published by the Eastern Iowa Normal is on our and it xre learn that bo institution is iu a flourishing The graduating class lumbered six this The school sustained a loss in tho recent death of Eld is still at its and as long is he remains there its success is The number of the Index before us contains the commencement oration of Sohenck of this plaoo deliv ered on the day of his two years It is an able dis cussion of popular Ouii Swedish celebrated the anniversary of the national birthday in a very appro mate A bower of green jpughs was erected ou one of the lighest knobs of land in the settle and to this the to the lumber of one repaired or the exercises of the Jeanson addressed the jiving a history of the llavolu tionary struggle for independence and briefly alluding to the duties and privileges of American oitUens of to There was singing and religious and the exercises closed with a picnic VISITOBS to Whittemore on the Fourth report an enjoyable time at place in the way of a celobra A covered bowery was ed for the public exercises of the day and the dance of the The estimate of people in town oh that day is varied and runs all the way from pue to three The vigilance of Deputy Sheriff Henry prevented any breaking out of the element of and the Whittemoro folks have the iou of having an enviable notoriety or the orderly observance of was tbe orator of QoUege evejaiag o Iftit weels were of wwui to tie fact that the the history of the took m fTQW Jo yell pflUege at thy oj i BTUTlDff tAjpjnn fttttl fffftflJMtfa nnrt fiegiUmive ijf in nonpniltil fiinTIgn nflvefttseW by imminences for ona 6 for or hrtvoitislott payable JAMES ami tfnYSKHAN Offlcn nn Ntnto ilnnr ro Fords nl HErrij STATIONER llcninr in o Stnto Bndt Tlioilnetoii s AMI nincr KKWINO iu Mnriiinc irlugtnn Opwwita Court aop p Formerly of llns ojwanill QverShwtz1 Drug mlTni Wlllt IAND fKY AT LAW REAL ESTATE AND LOAN Notary Public nnrt liwnl kUiils lioiwht nnd Partinnlar ntten ton ulVKii to Oorreotlne nnrt Verfflntlnit and Flio Paying of Taxes tor nonrosldantaT of Title to Hinl Kstatn In Kossiitn Appnt for the Minn md riunnlx Insurance West State Southwest coniM O HtutB and Seo many friends and admirers f Clute of Iowa City will be leased to know that he has con ented to be iu Algona on Tiilw and will speak in Court His subject will be Tendencies of Modern limes in the and The can tell the end and aim of the billions of worms ust now infesting this country in Companies They are light brown n about two inches in length nnd have a less or egs on each They seem to be larmless and only interested in tho but people eel interested to learn their inten An interview promises COLBY of ras in town the first of the le is superintending some improve ments on his farm near Wesley village and will remain in the county ome His family remain at The many friends of family will be pleased tn at it is tueir intention to WB are called upon to record the death of John at the residence of his John Spei of Cresoo on Thursday July Speiser was 70 rears and six months old at the time f his He was a native of Carl Pegelow officiated at the The family of the deceased desire to through us their gratitude for the sympathy and kind acts of friends during their ease and of reaching Okohoji Luke mid the jjeasure to be enjoyed there must nake it a popular lioaijd rip tickets to Speuver and return oost only and the stage fun Okobojj and return ia but waking trausportatiyn to and from the camp Visitors oau Stan from Algona at S W reaoh the grounds by 10 oojuoi after a delightfu ride wUh the jolly took ran to Algona and the He WAS in attendance the State Nor Cou vent JOB A KXT Hoe ailvt A DORLAND ATTORNEYS AXD AT otarles Public and Collections HXpi K Titles examined ami Taxes paid for and a mid Oollention Inislness lice 2d door up stairs over ICossnth M TV Jv Stiite east of See HECK T ROBINSON Mlnnftsottt seed Oil East State MCETCHIE HAMPTON Vibrator state See tliu uin tilt UUIIU HI and iu thu latest stylo ft I A LOON SETCHELL and JS or Terms per quarter of with vise or piano for reoomnwndM by Joost t Fort Ind LAMB KGRPS HK8T OF HOKSJKB AKD   

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