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   Algona Republican (Newspaper) - July 16, 1879, Algona, Iowa                                Algona jtonftl 1 Jft ifitt rKWti JIM epitiMtt Mm ftvsiiv WJtnJiteflnAy JtoftNijfo nv HOMQN Subscription rtne Vew tin 81 Months In Thfae no BUSINESS Cool Off Choice Too Cream nnd the best Lemonade constantly on hand at 8830 Blue Jtemember the Blue Front if yon wiitit tq buy goods cheap for Dont l Dont J IJonl teprlve ynurstelf of one of Spears sold so Dont KO oncl pay a big price for what Bpoar will poll for half lie Qlvo them a Lockes Gelatine Starch for giv ing a bright gloss to starched cloth an be found at Steam Equal in flavor to fresh be found at aatf I would respectfully solicit a share of the public AH fits Shop over fc Coulkina stofo south at tho public Pest Woodworth keeps the best eells the cheapest of any man and in Call and see for 20tf GOOD GOODS of and at puces which will astonish you for 15tf GOOD keeps the best of evecylhing and declines to haye any truck with a poor arti Try him and secfor On Satntday roarsoiis of Fort Dodge address ed a meeting of otii citizens on the subject of lie had expec ted to meet the voters of Irvington township that evening in their own but owing to a misunderstand ing about mails tho Irvingtonfuns were not notified of the appoint So rearsons was obliged to come to Algona and talk the citizens here and such of the Irving ton peoplo us could remain diirjng the The call for the moot ing contained a special request fpr tho attendance of tho Irvington peo as tho impression had gone put that Algoua was not specially the attendance was not so large as it should have Pearsons told us that the Minneap olis Louis railroad now building down from the north to Forest had decided to cross the Ry at in Hancock and from that point would take a southwesterly to KOSSUTH JULY they go through Wright Never Ills afact that Woodworth is selling goods at marvelotisly low They were never before so ipw in this Woodworth be inquired of at tho New York J 20tf m BnyH a pair Iraich Calf Hard Pan boots VVoonwoUTiis a new and large scock of and supply his customers cheaper than they can iiftord p go tl to Ior loans on Koal Estiite apply to 7COSSUTTE COUN1Y HANK 127 Now Bo You Do you want Hnytlilnir in llio lino of Jiry Hoots and Shoes Hats and Yankee Notions and Gro Now ilo you call Spear ami liuil any of these 251 f WIIKN yon aro duprosseil hy llio feeling of ft disorderud nrliioh needs tn bu clonaseil and slimuliit rd into linivltliy tnko n tfwo o Ayors Phis and sdo Jim Ban Inrestored for a quick stray I have m my possession one ho the owner nnu have by piov inK and pnyinjr for thin adviiriUnmont the keeping of he tf Should tlrey would run parallel to and about ton or twelve miles from the Fort Dodge railroad through nearly Us whole It is not difficult to soe that tho adoption of the Wright county route by tho Minne apolis people would prove very dam aging to the Port Dodge con seqtiently tho latter are anxious to draw tho former to a junction with them at Lotts south of tho southern border of The company have con sented to fprm such a junction if the townships of Vernon in Hum boldt county and Irvington iu Kos suth will give them a live per Andit was to talk over this proposition with the Irvington peo ple that Puarsons visited our town on Saturday Tho as would pass through southern Irvington striking across tho southeastern portion of that township and thu Of course the peoplo of northern Irvington would fail to soe any overshadow ing benefit to them in the location of a railroad so distant from them and without a depot within their ant just as promptly did the Algona people recognize the Fact that such a road would provn damaging to their cutting Monday Iflst a trial of Self Hinders was had in tho rye field of Irigham over west of Jones entered tho machines Osborne and Adams Richardson the machine Buck eye and tho McGotchie Brothers the machine The grain stood well and Maa in the best of condition for good work by any solf binding harvester at all capable doing good The Osborne and tho Adams French worn tho only machines that did their work with any degree of satis faction while we were on the and their capacity for doing satis factory work in standing grain seemed to be universally The Adams French machine made the neatest and trimmest bundle and dropped to tho ground in the best manner of while its machinery for elevating tho grain to the binding table is admitted to bo the best in Tho Osborne takes a very wide over six and for this reason is capable of covering much more ground in a given time than the Adams French or most other The bind ing of the Osborne was closer than that ot the other machines and its delivery of bundles was inferior only to that of tho Adams Either of these if capable of doing as good work in all kinds and reasonably fair conditions of grain as they did last Monday aro worthy of high recommendation and are certain to find sale among grain raising They kept con stantly at work from the time of entering upon the only tho trial until the regulation required tho trado and of our takiutr from us all Notice to Jones of the Indies IMnporiiim expects soon to leave for nn absence of sevonil and takes this opportunity to Toquost lur patrons to call and fettle within the next two She will purchase goods in and rutuin time for the full Iw Strayed from my herd on Buffalo one three year old red in color and branded on with the letters the horns Any in formation leading to thy recovery of this animal will bo paid 3040 to The undersigned has a Buckeye and a Bulkey Horse both in good to rent for the 3941 Stoves for MILLION the Surely no uno need while Smith Q stoveless as such a large assortment of styles he offers at prices wore Unty a score of styles of COOKING STOVES burn in for or coal WOTARY Base and for burning SOFT PARLOR STOVES for STOVES specially scmoql Smith keeps a general stwk HARP WARP and keeps constantly on the very toe PUMP to be found in possibility of help from Irvington jn obtaining a north and south road to Algona and across tlio entire length of the It to tho task of clearing away these clouds of difficulty that Pearnons stt himself on Sutur day and it must be admit ted that he made the best showing possible for all things It is uniutuvssa ry to argument for there is not ghost of a chance carryiniXof a tax in Irving ton for any proiioKition promising no greater advaiAagtm to Unit town ship than dous But to tin peoplo of and town and to the peoVlo of the whole in imn proposition comes as a eulliiig tin that we aro lirtblo at any time to have a portion of our us through inrlumicos brought to bear upon the people of some one or more of our bordering and that we must arouse ourselves and prepare for earnest work tt we would save otu whqle strength for some railroad project prouiising benefits to every settler in the coun It is unnecessary hero to say anything in advocacy of a north and south road through Koesulh Wo desire simply to call attention to the fact that a proposi tion been unfavorable it is but still au entering wedge to out off a of our territory and givo it to a rail road located beyond the reach of the people of the other This is the first proposition of the but no one can guarantee that it shall be the or that one of a more favorable character way not be considered worthy of Tu benefit the whole a road should pass as nearly through the center as the topography of the country will but to obtain we must all work A north south rqad pan built at much less expense the country tea miles from and either east or west of the center Hoe of the county than can ope on or near this but a road so located would benetH but a small and would 1 to being that of increasing or dimin ishing tho tension of the binding The McGetchie wo machine but a few hours prior to the timo set for entering the field of and were therefore compelled to put together and prepare for the field on short Their the Harvester is said to have started in well and to have evoked the cheers of onlookers by its style of but the breaking of some part of the machinery immediately after making the first round of the temporarily disabled the and after the disability was repaired it failed to do its work either in bicding The Harvester King was undoubt edly the lightest draught machiin on the and had its work been as satisfactory as its draft jt would have been tho favorite of tlio Thu Buckeye failed iu but whether on account of chronic or a failure of tho local agent to get it together properly a arc not Our judgement in this caso is based upon the working of the several machines in the trial of Alquday and not upon what their agents qr anybody else claim for It is supposed by im partial observers that machines brought into at a public trial aroin the possible condi and the public will consider thorn in that condition whether or Miles of and both general agents of the Osborno Self were on tho field and directing the opera tions of their IJar general agent and Mollisou of general collect ijig agent for the Adams French the the Solf were present at Tho general agent of Harvester lifing accompanied that rove MM ON COMMISSIOlf 1 David feel assured that our peppS are viie eBQugh to see where their inter eats and that they will not per nit an opportunity to pass which promises Uensfits tf all the citizens of And suob w y we are assured will We have 09 doubt that for of uarlb aoroea the Will reuoh us before many V9 hftve it from good authority that toe Podge nggple will contract to build to Algous within a short f9f fwm Wo have no report of thecelebra tion at Those who are aivare that the ed itor of the the 4th at the Whittemore but who have not heard him spojsen of as too shrinlfingly mQdest a young to allude to hinjself as champion orator of the will nes4 to fee informed that be was waiting to have the Whittemore man do it when he could the ld hide Jw plushes and publish It will appear and the readers of the Ut will forgive the seem ing vanity of the editor on the plaus ible ground that the reprint crowds out matter not nearly so well BOMB of our farmer Mends began to put on a lugubrious countenance last waek as the hot beat down upwtbe ripeJiifig wheat with an evident intention to produce We hear of some fields having been touched lightly by the but everybody seems to think the daw age very There never has peen heavy a growth of wheat in this county as that of thU if intervenes our lu of breadstuff will be large and ol ft mpst eifcejlent A good wheat w an wbue a poor pno is the IIA3 II3CE1VBD MIS SICCOND INVOICE 01 Spring and Summer StyBes of DRY NOTIONS WALL A OF BSTAPPLES30 pounds for Goods as Low as any Store irn m O1TK PRICE TO and Goods Represented JUST AS THEY ARE IOWA LANDS IOWA FARMS ACRES AND ON GREAT INDUCEMENTS OFFERED TOSETTLERS AND COLONIES C Secretary uiid iWiwu Sraigraat ACRES of this LiAND arc iu KOSSUTH the BANNER STOCK DAIRYING COUNTY IN THE this Land is SOIL RICH BLACK THREE Olimate No Eain or Mud in but little One KAIfjKOAD Through the and a good prospect ot another pay Thi County has a very popular HERD and all ig under the care of Hence no expense for Fencingi except for Herding Stock costs 78 cents for Cattle and 81 for Horses for the GOOD Tliis Couipimy lins decided to HKDUOE THE PtliCJE of thtir Best Lauds to to por Acre to Actual Settlors tluriug tlio year For furtlier call on or address I2v 1 flf JOTeumot Ui print dlittattlj 17 tamp or gutfebt JO yoar ue no vfiat joia ftud TOOT UiemT iriln iVtooj 10 IOOB M the prlat Is ond fiava your ilttottcftt utlliU tial pool W o O tH W Slnga System and fitted with Combination PeOJera cannot SgjQ njy by rDBAlEU IN SILVERWARE JEWELRY CLOCKS WATCHES and Uepaulns ol I All wort Oping to Then bo sure to get the very TQU cannot afford to use any THS tosgEB furnish a genuine linseed all ready to out of tlie pail in wliioU U Pure wlutfl for ontHJiJe and over twxj dozen sh and cblore ready foj Uje Pure and Mlnnegota Linseed UU lias 8 perwuueut and beautiful no more and oil Not i ot y paint already upon buildings io Prtoe Usts furnished frae In tfee the F9F fey f topP w BO we sbaH look npoa g Ouii attention has recently bee directed to two cases of aggravate wrong practised against new settle of this county by lightning ro These settlers aro quit recently from at and have located and btii houses in They are sobe industrious with wh have hail their physical constitution undermined by work in tho healt destroying wiro manufactories and havo come to Kos siuh County to build a home am to regain lost Bu in an evil hour those devils incai the lightning rod peared and liy their peculiar santanical nnd powoi drew out of the newcomers a cor sent to have their new houses roddc for protection against lightning The peddlers estimated that th rods of each building would cos not to exceed and this seeming a reasonable amount to pay a verbti agreement was entered into at tha But and hero is wher the swindle comes iu the contrac book was now produced by tli peddlers and the unsuspecting settlers wore requested to sign i printed and written order and agree ment merely as a matter of form you The peddlers hat judged their victims and down went the signatures without an examination of the terms of tin contract and without a suspicioi that everything was not just as thi peddlers had Tin contracts gave the peddlers thi right to judge as to what length o rod should bo of course placed the purchasers entirely a heir as Measurements were taken and the announcement was made to th astounded Swedes that the of each house would amount t nearly A righteous resistance vas made to this outrageous jeeding and tho peddlers were in lucod by threats and the dangerous lemonstrations of their victims to desist from any attempt to place their rods in They ac cordingly threw their merchandise on the ground and left with athreal o bring suit in the United States Now these are but two of the cores of similar outrages perpotrat icl against honest but unsophisticat id citizens of this and neighboring and it does seem that some ounishmeut should be meted out to he beings are parrying on the windling If there is 110 ither way to punish them we should advise a resort to muscular argu It may be argued that people who are unwise enough to sign apers without an examination cau ot expect the public to re Iresa their but this ule ought not to be applied to its ullest extent to all tho foreign born immigrants who little of he devilish pitfalls so often pro red for the native 01 oreign of this and ivho as the result of their an easy prey to design ng human And now et us again warn our readers never o put their to any paper vithout first rending and under landing that which they and ever to trust tho word of a light ing rod peddler in any business The only safe way to eal with these devils is to meet hem with a loaded gun at the road enco and stand guard until they ro out of or out of a world oo long cursed by their swindling WB ABB pained to see what seems n unfeeling spirit of levity manifes ed by our editorial brethren over hecaptureof Frank Daveys moteoi y parties from Frank is ndisturbed by the jokes and says he boys dont mean anything that hey only want a Jifitle especi lly that Ford of the Spencer Jtepor er wpuldnt injure his feelings if he Pavey is probably right in is judgment If any real ny thing of a crushing ever opes upon he flan rest assured jat the fraternity not be laok ng in It would be show ng a brotherly spirit jf Utter or abor would givo Pavey one of the alnable relics they secured while at pirit BO be can have some tung around which to twine his OUB local land agents are doing creditable work ia bringing the dvantages fw ere before the Each coming put of iOfci 9g9 the jmoted owculajs of Al ona agents through jt ad distributed woug should be and aught to have before the do of ig for oweye iff Wftnlny I Eddy of Wesley has his feed stora place in running Butts of tho samV place has his storo completed and ready for a stock of Senser hrivo tlieir store building nciirly They will put in a general stock of dry goods aiif Shaw has openpd a tinshop and is doing quite a business in his firm of Swcigrird ifc ITnckitt has Sweignrd tho Ilackett has pfone eastward for a visit but expects to return to Sweignrd deals in hogs and We are requested to give notice that a meeting will be held at thw Court Thurany July by tho Republicans of Algona for the purpose of organ izing a Republican Lot every Republican bo on hunt at 8 All Aboard for the Picnic I I Q All the children will be irovided with A gen oral invitation is given to all mem ers and friends of the School and The Picnic will be held in Hudsons six miles east of Another Picnic Wo are requested to notice that will be a picnic in tho grove of on Friday next the company to start from town by 8 oclock iti tho A general nvitation is extended to all arid a pecial invitation to theUniversalial Sunday WB Aitu pained to learn that our old friend Lamb is suffering vom a relapse and is quite rt had been hoped that lie was on he highway to complete DITGAUJ WALLACB has commenced he work of building a house on his arm east of He has one ol he finest building sites to be found n the whole and will prob ably build to correspond with the for full rs fniinftiirlBit iiflVfltHwrt flfflWli fcn tipi I by lur line W ime If oiih M payable Busiaaess JAMES priVSHlIAN K onicc nil Rtote 1miln AiiVlftiilil The starting time for the Congl Picnic is 9 from the Iliin In Onrnnr ot Hints ntll l A7READ7 TAN AM Thorlnntuti Formerly of ms iipcnnd lin ottica Over Shaetz Drug 1lBl llcilBCl1 upon nil LAND ATTORNEY AT ESTATE AND LOAN 11I1 I V11 llnnl Enthta Moil llmi Riven to rinrrcntlnir and Vorfrrtlng Ban Aliitrnpt of Title to Una I HIP only Coii In Ko Tnsiiranco A flENT ipi nnrei M Offlcu DORLAND ATTOHNRVS Notaries 1 iiWlc nnil Collection imimrtly iittciuloil Tjimt Titles examined and niiletm TIXPS palrt for Mom nnd Beiieml in ami Collection OOlce 2d stall SOVPI ICossmli j Ov Tuesday evening July the of es is expected to preach i of service not Jenckes is at the ead of the missionary work of the rotestant Episcopal Church in western THE Ilumboldt Phonograph calls ur attention to the of the arae of Taft in our notice of he graduating class of JLumboldt It makes us feel all the hoaper to think that is the member of the aro still waiting to hear something substantial about that of theMason Jity foHis to convince our honorable elegation that Kossuth Oouhty light not to go at es merchants of Algona arc kely tohave a few days of quiet rhile the farmers are engaged at and may improve tlieir ebating powers by discuss ons from the elevation of their dry oods It is hardly neoessarv o add that no man ever became a reat and good debater who failed a efficient of Deputy f the for the 14th udicial was in town one ay last week looking up the es for instituting a lodge of his His few hours interview with our public men convinced him hat be oould succeed and wo elieve he proposes toi return and ake the matter up in Ambrose Call has three hundred ores of wheat in the county and stimates the yield at not less than eyenteen bushels per JJe ijjjks the damage by blight in his heat not morethan three bushels er and if hia estimate be orreot the yjeld in the county will notwithstanding the yAST evening we received a copy the Colorado Springs Daily July copt under the head July 18 ap4 33 This and Coldsml pf 9 tWSftty to thj by Bowing iu the thiw fa jjj DIIY loojis Wostdoor WatsonS See oiot Stiite of Sec m CLEARY DMV Oroct West State Hee State See ROBINSON State i Southwest conieir vJ hum ami See T ABM Mlnnnsota Uii J East Statist JVTCEfCHie BRCsT CHAMPION nKAPEHS MowenrVlbratoff See T tlie Hee House Sign Glazier wiiitftw f tc Alloi wiiitftw f tc HniTmimt iliiiiaiiV nrtoes fa stilt tlioi and Ui the lutost style ol lie SETCHELL KEEPH TtJS7F QVllltauhtX AffD Bus between til BROM30N ftM i   

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