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   Algona Republican (Newspaper) - July 23, 1879, Algona, Iowa                                600 OF BUTTER WANTED AT FOR WHICH HE WILL PAY THE HIGHEST PRICE Itf KVKM WBbN JEPDAV iltOiWISO BY BOSS ON 0V One Year tlrt oo Sin Months fin 1 on Throe Months BO Algona Re BUSINESS Blue Remember the Blue Eront if you want to btiy gdods obeap for Give thorn a Lockes Gelatine for giv ing a bright gloss to starched cloth ing can be found at Dressmaking I would respectfully solicit a share of the public All fits Shop over Cleary Caulkins store south ot the public 16tf Best and Woodworth keeps tho best and the cheapest of any man in Call and see for 26tf GOOD GOODS Where Why at of and at pi ices which will astonish you for GOOD keeps the best of everything and declines to have any truck with a poor arti Try him and see for fact that Woodworth i It is nclling goods at marvelously low They were never before so low in this Woodworth can be inquired of at the Now York 20tf Buys a pair of French Calf Pan boots at 23 tf to loans on Real Kstnte apply to KOSSUTH COUNTY 12 Now Do You Do you want anything in the lino of Dry Bnols and llala Notions and cerios 1 Now do you call on Spear and find any of tliose 25tf Stner Strayed from my herd on Buffalo one throo year old red in color and branded on the horns with the letters Any in formation leading to thorecovery of this animal will be paid 3940 Mower to The undersigned has a Buckeye Mower and a Sulkey Horse both in good to rent for the 3041 Stoves for the MILLION Surely no uno need go while Smith has such Inrgo assortment of styles which he oilers at to suit everybody There are more than a score o Btyles of STOVES and RANGES either for wood or coa ROTARY Base BURN ING VARLOR and PARLOR COOK for burning SOFl and PARLOR HEATING STOVES Tor burning WOOD STOVES epecially adaptor to heat ing large JIALLS 01 SCHOOL Besides these Smith keeps a general stock o HARDWARE and and keeps constantly on hand the very best STOCK PUMP to bo found i the IHrl Wanted to rto Housework by 2fo Preaching Service at the ICongl Church ntxt thi owing to the absence of th Sunday school as usual There will the firs f Sabbath in easI Warn Merchants not to trust nujr peraon onmyaeeouiitwlllioutan orde Ijn writing from 4045 H1H4M Take on tue 18th of March my Haggle Wrbchi i Jiftvlng lutt my bud mid without due onus this being tho toiuth tlmo sin 1 nqreby warn nil persona not t JiHibor or trust iw on my I filial pa no dabts of her Juno 18 85 8T raws ecorah Institute wit wnvwivi fti Tes won Wfi Ana indebted to Dor Rodording for report of the organizing of a Re ublican at the Court st Thursday Our limited moe makes the condensing of the oport Tho meeting was ailed to order by who nominated Hutch s for temporary utohlns was elected by aoclama and was eotod temporary Judge Hud BrunBon and Hor on were appointed a committee to raft a constitution for a Kossuth ounty Republican Judgo Chairman of tho eportcd as follows yournoiamitloo appointed to draft constitution for the Kosauth county do as a asis of our the adoptiou of io phttform of the Republican party of ie State of adopted in convention uno as the platform of prlncl los of this This organisation shall be known as the CosBUlh Conuty Hepublican The officers of thia Olub Blmll bo one one Vice President from each ownship in Clio a Recording Sec a Corresponding Secretary aud a ami shall hold their offices for term of three beginning with lie adoption of this Any person may become a member ol Ills Club by signing this Meetings shall bo held regularly on hursday evening of each This conslitutiau may be amended at regular meeting by a vote ol two liirils of the members It shall require seven members to con titute a quorum to do Tho report of the committeo on lonstitution was aftai which officers wore as fol ows Bruuson rico for Algona Reed Recording Borland aughn John he election of Vice Presidents for utsido townships was postponed ntil the next Haw ins was by to rganize a gleo Judge Wea Hudson and Hor on were appointed a committeo to reparo a programme of exercises or tho next meeting of the nd their report was as follows peech by Brunson on the bjects and purposes of the Club peech by on he work of the coming campaign niisio to bo furnished under the of The Secretary was authorized to receive ha names of parties desiring to mite with tho The President vas instructed to procure a room or the next which duty he las performed by scouring the Court The meeting was a flatter ng those present indicating determination to enter vigorously nto the work of winning a grand ictory for the Republican causein The Club mndy a luvppj election of a presiding Mr Jiunson was a find L a iiuu worthy to occupy the post of honor nnd aside from probably no man in tho county in better fitted to ucoossfully organizethe elementi of Republican The othe officers are well and the or will woik together liar noniously and Numerous dditions to the roll of niemberb IRVO been made since the mooting nd tho work goes bravely Wednesday evening Fuly at the residence of th rides by Bur of Walk to Miss Maggie o he interesting ceremony thus ormally announced was witnessec y a large gathering of the friendi of the in Molntyre landsome which wen n this evening adorned in unusua loral The formalities o he hour were conducted with graci md Uurnard performed hii raportant part in a few well choset The occasion was one o unconventional sooial W notioe the fpllowingamoDgtheraanj of which1 the byide was the re willow Mrs Jfria Uall sliver oapv Hudson tilver and G McLaren and M Starr card reQeivev Mr and Palmersilver knives forks Molntyre silyer syrup Lewis Hi Smith AdiStwth silver napkin Mri 6 Woodwortli i silver Mis Flora Call pair Miss Mary Smith crystal apd Mrs Langdon Bayard Taylors Poems Misses Annie and Minnie lughara set Thompson oi Ww Uora pai linen aud Mrs Ford Bilyw piQlsle and Hutsbinj of cry s ta pake and WaJto Ward pea And L silvfr FOJ St9Vgb Je Tfie from there tbey go hearty good wwEes of their go with1 brid 49 A mere chile m bM W Advcftlslflff Professional t ft StandingttdVM poVfeoruflffl LOCAI BiMifieM nnt per 6 coflt efteli Kltflllonnl InsortlhH Trnnilcnt and jl ucf snunrlt tot iliiKloiliisorflnn 60 cenu encli siibsoqucfrit of nn incli taMta i immvc in notitiarlcl foreign aftvOHIsprt shntifrf b8 KOSSUTH JULY nrcmnnnnlcd y lor ana j Of for full time If 0110 sqittuP or Ttniiiilnr nilvcrtlslns payable TUB Congregational Picnic at Jidsona last Thursday came on a ay which chanced to be both clear nd The attendance was not tvhat was to have been jnsidering that tho Sabbath School lone numbers nearly one hundred egular yet those who id go enjoyed a clay of rare pleas Tho grove of Hudson is a nry Paradise to The lade is dubious compro mise between sun and ground smooth and ludson and family had everything lanned for tho comfortable disposal f their There wore swings nd croijuet grounds in eal scats with backs to them Were anged under the along table as in waiting to bear the burden of IB baskets and baskets of good and an organ stood ready to espond to the call for Dur ng the afternoon tho big and little oiks wore called together for a half our while Hudson read a brief ormal welcome and Barnard esponded in appropriate Ingham read a sketch of resident which led to the ecounting of numerous rominiscon es of President Harrison and the Vhigsby Nevins and The ride o nnd from the grounds was an in cresting and exhilarating part of he of San Fran is spending a few weeks with ler of this Kevins is the widow f the pioneer State School of to whom belongs the redit of establishing tho public chool system of that She is herself a veteran in the educational having taught upwards of orty She will visit her rela ives in the East before returning to he Pacific Nevins is ah nteresling whom t is a rare pleasure to With he greater part of the American she deplores tho presence f tho cheap believing hut the competition of celestial with omo labor is unduly depressing to he and she instances tho fact hat a heathen Chinee will maka a hirt and throw in buttons and bread for ten She thinks hat if Joseph Cook had a Chinaman ied to his coat tails for a short time le would change the tone of his loo ures and give his missionary chemes a OJ4J BBa R ON Sunday morning and evening ast Clute of Iowa City preach id in Court Housu in accord anco with an appointment anuounc id some weeks His subjects Some tendencies of modern and The gospel for to were calculated to attract many who d well as some who acoopt he sooallud orthodox am whetheror not all who listened wore ready to accept all the couolu sious of the the close at given the discourse was a manifestation of deep on the part of the nudienae in tin matter presented and the able man ner in which it was Mr Clute won the respect and esteem of the Algona orthodox am socalled by his candor am fairness in the lecture course of las and when are added to these creditable Christian traits the evi dences of deep intense thought and superior abilities as it is but natural that his occasional visits to our town shoulc hailed with x order to make a good naturec and fairly smart drive at the RB our neighbor was las week betrayed into some vague bu abstract expressions at firs might be interpreted as evino a friendliness on the part of wrUer for the to whiph it in ay be necessary u iiiform the our singular eccentric and politic ueighbo privately professes to 0 course we understand that the ex pressionn referred to are simpl abstract in andmight b uttered by any socalled independ ent newspaper man who finds a posi tion on the fence rider best suite to his of beam 3nd of ebal the lispmbfican b favored with eoifle deliverance our neighborssome deliverano whose certain sound and cleanou expression shall arouse us all to a irrepressible eagerness to engage i the political fray When OUB old TInolo visited Milwaukee wee before last on and to visit bis Whitewater friends o his way He reports Pit Cravath and family nicely sit in their pew aud tb nee PmidiugStipi Crops are looking well al along tba line of the road from tnoei 90 HAS KECKIVKD HIS SECOND INVOICE OP Spring and Summer Styles of DRY WALL A FULL LlXE OI 5c to B3TAPPLES30 pounds for Goods as Low as any Store in Northern 01TE PRICE TO and Goods Represented JUST AS THEY IOWA LANDS I IOWA f FARMS ACRES AND ON GREAT INDUCEMENTS OFFERED TO SETTLERS AND By Emigrant 1 Secretary nml f ACRES of this LAND are Located in tho BANNER STOCK DAIRYING COUNTY IN THE this Land Is SOIL RICH BLACK THREE Climate No Rain or Mud in but little One RAILROAD Throngli the and a pood prospect of another very pay This County has very popular HERD and all stock is under the care ot Hence no expense for except for Herding Stock costs 75 cents for Cattle and SI for Horses for the GOOD c This Company has decided to KEDUCE THE PUICB of their Best Lands to to per Aero to Actual Settlers during the year For further call on or address niavT We make our own Collars and Warrant them to gIve Satisfaction HAWKS Leather Store and our stock o HARNESS and SADDLES HARNESS ENAMEL SAPDLERY A M WHIP8 TRUNKS CMRRY CPMB8 and Plastering about as near COMPLETE as Anything can be in this World Also HAWES Then be sure to get the very bjs cannot afsrd to we any 0lL o aud 1 WB recently visited tho farm just over tho river outhwest of and found the roprietor busily engaged in perf ect g plans for another addition to 10 number of first clasn stock farms this Thompson al eacly lias a large stock of oting cattle and hogs of the very est and will add to this as ho is prepared to care for tch He has one of the most expensive and most onvenient farm houses in tho North with one of thoso indespensi le adjuncts to dairy a arge stone and intends to rect a stock barn just as soon as irings on failing Two never this place greatly nhance the value of what is other wise a superior stock and dairy WE are indebted to Dorland for a report of tho proceedings i tho organization of a Republican Jlub last Thursday The roceedings were quite interesting o the goodly number in nd a pleasing unanimity of feeling re vailed It is not the ntention to bring local ijsues before lis nor will heated nd unjust at tacts upon opposing olitical parties beindulged The as we understand is to iscuss national political issues in a air and candid way and with a urpose to separate the false from lie real in the great volume of artisan Hawkins rill have charge of a Glee Club in onnection with the organization nd not fail to make this an iteresting feature of the Ouu neighbor rises to object to hat he is pleased to consider our of the manner in which ertain parties arc compelled to the rigors of confinement ithin tho county limits when order el to jail by the Judge of the court or refusing to pay a We are ited to the astonishing fact that risoners confined in this arbitrary nd coldblooded manner ardly ever Great Guns Vho has complained of any and where is tho man ivho is so brainless as to desire to scape the freedom of the largest onrity of the with bed and oard at the expense of the tax layers for whose protection he was ned ON Friday last quite alarge party if Algonians took carriages for the arm of Clarke in Irvington ownship for a day of enjoyment vith the very hospitable proprietors f that jroqnet playing and other games erved to fill the day with pleasure or the younger portion of the while the elders gave themselves to isiting and A picnic linner was served in the shade of he Wo judge from the inthusiastio reports of those who vere privileged with an attendance hat aud Clarke have the happy faculty of pleasing their Whiteniore Gazette says there were three drunken men in Algona on the As you iave to go away from home to hear ho Same copy of the Gazette rom which the above information A gleaned has an account of an July at his residence in of John aged DO The subject of the above notice was born in May lie came out west ts when teii years old and remained there nntil when he removed to whore he married the widdw of James 1801 he enlisted as a private soldier in 18th and was gradually promoted nntil April when he was commissioned 1st He was engaged in the battles of Champion Chattanooga and Siege of At this latter place he was wounded in the His Captain says of him In all of the above battles his meretoreious con duct has woirhtm successive promo He first served three years and then Fields served his feflow citizens for two terms in the Wisconsin Ho wasa farmer all his life until the inroads of consumption compelled him to withdraw entirely from man ual He came to this county in the year His funeral was held on Butler Business PHYSTOIAN ANT tlenler fiW SETJtSO MA MiiRliluc otfl tlloHilgtow Opposltn Court 307T THE account of the Fourth of July celebration at Wesley came to us rather but late as it is the folks out there are entitled to a hear The exercises were held in Taylors and consisted of speaking singing and a basket pic Ward was the orator of the day and his address is highly spoken of by those who were fortunate enough to Rev Hook and Sweigard and Stevens also made short and appropriate Hook and Needham furnished the the Fantastics under command of Eddy paraded the Altogether the affair is said to have been very patentee of the Little Joker will exhibit the workings of his churn each Thursday and on the Bank Sprague claims for his invention that it will more and bettor butter and do it in a shorter time and with less labor than any other churn in He is selling state and county rights and can be found at the Fountain House until further Dairymen should give this churn am investiga JAMES mill PHYSICIAN to ITloc on flints noxt ARvlcnltl WnfdlKiiisd STATIONErt Dealer In Ciirnnr of State riiiiringtnn Formerly of lias opened Over Shoetz Drug where he will Do pleased to wult tinon Ing LAND AGTSl TTOTOTEY AT REAL ESTATE A MB LOAKI Notary Fuhllc nnd Haul Estate nf nil kinds hniiRht nnd Particular jtlmi Riven to CorrcntlnR nnd Verfratliig Sind tlioTnyJiiK of Taxes for Hie only rmniilcto Alistnict of Title to HenU Kstnte In Agent for the JBtnai iftnd Pliomlx Insuranco AdIWT American Emigrant norest cheap Odlce west Seo o nnntANo DORLAND AljTMV Notaries Public Collections nromptly attended Land Titles examined andt Tuxes paid for Nonresidents an4 a venerul Loan andColleetlon liuslncns Omce 2ddoor up stairs over Kossnth Westdoon iJ Watsons DHY State east of See CLEARY Croi DKY West State 1 Algona See advt Stnto ROBINSON HARD State1 See SonUnvest cornen HtDite und See FARM Minnesota soed Oil Co WICETCHIE HAMTlON etc State Seeadvlij assault and battery Justice Hatch wherein case before the defend ant was fined and in all which the Gazette was the result of four glasses of beer at five cents CBOSE and brother and Smith are to start in a few days fur the hargest fiields of Mitchell We hear of a number of other young men who are preparing for a harvesting job in The small grains are so insignificant a part of the cultivated grains of this county that we can spare some of ouv help until late in the Still the for workmen is Jpud enough to make it extremely un pleasant for those who are compell ed to IT has been reported that intendeut Crose would not be a candidate for reelection at the coming This report is undoubtedly wrong as who may be supposed to know some thing of the assures lis that he will be i a As Crose has given universal satisfac tion during hisfirst term thus it is quite certain that he will be honored with a second Protestand Episcopal service at the Baptist Church this Wednes day to followed by a lecture by the Ji Jenckes of Des Jenckes has been an extensive traveller in Pales tine and other portions of the and as one of the most prominent preachers of the church in Iowa our citizens will be sure to give him a good OUR citizens should not fail to at tend the meeting of the Republican Club We have assurances that something un usually iuferesting may be looted for in speech of I the See House Sign ete All work lono to suit tils and In the latest stylo ol the SETCHELL pAlNTEWS and PiiperHmigotgj LE ol Fort SLAOL usip toasona a her or per quarter of sqiM WlttttJllse pi 1iaao foi by JooM whose subject covers po issues of this Do not fail to come Iliu oli Bongey JOHN WAUAOB has returned from his western trip and reports the western cheese market very About Sioux City cheese is being retailed at fifteen cents per Tbe dealers were well plied at the of but considered favorably a proposition to trade with It is thought that a retail trade with tho farmers by way of will be found provided a small cheese be njann we is the to be immediately fcdpnted by i jl m v desires uj to say that a bulfet 6twt thekitohen wifldow and in wose proximity to one of the inmates is too decidedly and intensely interesting ft circumstance to be coveted a Una by tl Whlttomoie From tUe Miss Cora Ileatbnian celebrated her nioeteeuth birthday this week A sister of Boyle an 3 husband arrived from Wisconsin rfi j i Ilinton lost a valuably horse on Sunday morning beat and too much Henry Munch nudu bis store room already too small aud U adding on 16 feet on rear Lewis Craig aud Frank Miftger Monday last for Floyd oouuvy where they will engage in Hinton has corn in that oellent hereby of tke n w Watchmaker 1 pece fifty aura eight feet fern to tt I arg y wtrwud evenings M will vi6jt in this for 9 few   

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