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Algona Republican (Newspaper) - July 30, 1879, Algona, Iowa TtfBS OF BLftTER Af WrflCH ME WlLL frfg IN Y AJgona RVfcliV HOBTOlt HY One Ynnr In ftilvnuon 42 no Months In lulvftncp l 00 Thron Months BO KOSSUTH JULY BUSINESS Blue Remember the Ulna Front you wnnt to buy goods chenp for I would respectfully solicit a share of the public All fits Shop over Cleary Caulkins store south ot the public 16tf Best and Wood worth keeps the best and sells the cheapest of any man in Call and see for 20tf GOOD GOODS Where Why nt of and at pticea which will astonish you for 15tf GOOD keeps the best of everything and declines to have any with a poor arti Try him and see for Never It is a fact that Woodworth is pplling goods nt marvelonsly low They were never before so low in this Woodworlh can be inquired of at the New York 20tf French 23tf Buys a Calf Hard Pan pair boots WOOD to For loans on Real Estate apply to KOSSUTII COUNTY 127 Mower to The undersigned has a Buckeye Mower and a Snlkey Horse both in good to rent for the 39 41 Stoves for the MILLION our last weeks issue appeared the announcement of Orose ns a nnndiditte For the office of County Auditor at the election to be held in October Ooso lias been brought up in this county and is quite well known to most of our He an exemplary young man in every respect and would fur fill the duties of Auditor with credit to himself and to the satisfaction of the Ho lias been a teacher in our public schools for several years and has nn enviable reputation in that field of There appears in this issue of the REPUBLICAN the card of Good announcing himself a candi date for the oflico of Auditor of Kossuth Goodrich is a resident of Lotts Creek and is quite well known throughout a portion of the Ho has taught carried on a and very acceptably filled tho office of circuit preacher for his neighbors at one and the same Goodrich has a family to support and no be greatly benefitted by the emoluments of the Auditors During our long acquaintance with him have not heard aword spoken his disparage TUB settlers of Swea have good ground for complaint against their southern fortluj extreme ly bad roads between and Al These settlers have found it absolutely impossible to take any considerable load over tho roads from Algona and have been com pelled to transfer their patronage to The trip to that point and return they are able to make tho same and as lumber can be obtained there at a much lower price than in the in ducement to trade there is dbubly The Do not fall to attend the Bird Concert to bo glvon at Court House Hall next Saturday evening by the Congregational Sunday Tha price of admission will be 15 cents tor adults and ton cents for Come out and enjoy the childrens entertainment and encourage a good Ncwineyor of 1ms canvassing this town since Monday for tho sulo of a Letter Head nn one Oljrn of which is to bo printed n short sketch of the town and It is a very neat job and will bo found useful for eastern IIRVO been of Infrequent ocnurence thus far this season in Can it be the deliberate plan of the temperance fanatics to starve the lawyers and contract the volume of county warrants b saloons It lias something 7 of HAS KECKIVBD HIS SECOND INVOICE OP Spring and Summer Styles of DRY WALL Surely no OHO need go stoveless while Smith has such a large assortment of styles which he offers at prices to suit There are move Mian a score of stylos of COOKING STOVES and RANGES cither for wood or coal ROTARY Base BURN ING PARLOR and PARLOR COOK for burning SOFT and PARLOR HEATING STOVES for burning STOVES epeomlly adapted to heat ing large HALLS or SCHOOL Besides Smith keeps a general stock of HARDWARE and and kccps constantly on hand the very best STOCK PUMP to bo found in The Swea people express themselves as prufering Algona to Fairmount as a trading pointin everything except and as this exception is just now of the nost importance to and the state of tho roads is much more Favorable to tho northern trading Algona is compelled to sue ihe desirable trade of Swea slip From Perhaps our local doalci may find it to their interest to at tempt to remedy tho evil herein sot the Oirl Wanted to by iriwT Warn Murcliauts not to uuy on without an order BUTTER ON COMMISSION On TlniiMilay uvoiiing of last pastor of lilt Baptist was treated to a mir prise visit from a large number of his young ami The popular minister WMH presented mlNoinu milking a very anil apprnpriitle presentation two very ha David Lewis 85 ami 87 Bioiul NEW Will Bell promptly und remit with younj neat The evening was given to social visit and a and the aitair is said to have been very pcnsant and Wilbridge is doing a work in Algona and the surrounding conn and Ins labors aru being nppre Henry aiiuounius in the oloaing that ap of matlo a professional visit to Senator Hartshorns little boy early in the Tho little boy has the wire and child and nnrso had a runaway experience tho other day in The horses became frightened by a flock ofsheopand before they could lie con Irollod they had broken out tho polo of tho carriage and threatened to make havoc Tho nurse was slightly hart by jumping from tho but tho others were On July bv Plumlcy at Wosley Packard to Miss Adolo No Jeansoncame down frcmSweaon Monday and spont yesterday in Cloar returning last On Satur day evening last tho VJapublicans of Whittemnre met in Carlisles Hall and organized ft polllira club whhh is to be known as tho Whiltomoro Republican Judce Weaver who was present has favored us with tho nnmfla of the following oftlcors Thn meetings arc to bo held fortniirhtly About twenty pesent to orcranim tho club nthor oitizons of Lotts1 Creek township have expressed an inten Boyle was invited to address tho next meeting upon the political issues of the In accordance with the terms of the agreement recently subscribed and sanctioned by a majority otthe legal voters of the town council has closed up the Margin Judge ment case by officially assuming onehall tho original less already pakl in Thu levy of a ton mill tax for the your 1879 and succeeding until the amount assumed is was So let us a prolific source of in our reported iu tho newspapers that all the Cincinnati carriages sold through the country so cheaply are under a mortgage ul and that tho innocent purchasers arc m be called upofl for this Wo know nothing of the truth of this but the cheaply constructed carriages were expensive enough at the price Preston ol a relative of was visiting in town last weik have seen tho plan of a new Mothtidlst Church for Hiul must agree witli all who Imvusocii it thula structure alter this plan will bo a decided ornament and credit to tho It all depends upon our people whether we shall havu a buildng of this kind in Algmia or something cheap and A LINK BAIN at COUttT HOUSE ToNitfht and Tomorrow Free Festival Post poned to next Wednesday in the Church next Sioux Itapids comes to our tablu for the lirst and we gladly has been found necessary to remove Lamb to tho asylum at Little hopes are eti tertaincd of his Portland Township Agri culture Society hands us their Premium List for the fair of next We are compelled by press of other matter to postpone the publication until next to pounds for David Lewis NEW Tills address will bo sufficient for both goods and Iut dairy marl In ponuil 011 side o last number of tho that Whitlemon thci Goods as Low as any Store in Northern OITB PRICE TO and Goods Represented JUST AS THEY Amos has quit clerking IOWA LANDS IOWA FARMS ACRES AND ON GREAT INDUCEMENTS OFFERED TO SETTLERS AND By tlxe Emigrant 1 Secretary and f ACRES of this LAND arc Located in tho BANNER STOCK DAIRYING COUNTY IN THE this Land is GKA6S fz GRAIIST ng odis Iliclf church buildiujj and 1 litre more in course t Oecorah institute It Is tho aim of this School to give a thorough KiiBllsh to train teachers In the bust imahods of unit to fit students lor u University Tlie Full term will open September with the will devote Ills time ohlutly to tlin common Tuition in oommon uiirt higher HUB Ish S3 per Text linoks In nil the common brunches will bo lur nlshecl at n moderate i Jny bonrd will be furnlsliod lit Ita actual f to bo paid balance ot the erctiial cost at the end of each Unfur 83 per Furnished rooms StiidoiitJi slimild bring badclothes and Jloardbig in private families ram to Jcr The will return members ol phis school ut onefifth BEC01UII BUSINESS This School will give n thorough course In Cmnntorolttl Lawuud Jtmnmn TUeliftll term will begin Tuition for The members of this School will be entitled to the privileges of cheap rented text and reduced JUIInmd M the attend ants upon tho Peooruh The bines long practical experience with n thorough of he theory of Bookkeeping to degree Jlastui uusurpi West by It keepfn lost For lurlhur Information address i tone ond and Millie s at the i In the town of i on the day of A of Avers hi favor of Ho i Uoor of on sold dayi ajf of it in j court W Je uud Interosl raid ultuato tlio north halt ut the south feuaants1 fallowing ues uarter Zl No joT raHge W tiiliuug elubty Acres ot luud tlm south ilUiUter of the south east quarter of sectioi In township I range containing forty acres of Hulu to commence ut he juy baud thin ist day of Bitenff KoMuth lion of the papiir will cause with the issuo of The Gazette has been n nowsy little sheet and has probably done more to bring the new town prominently before the otitsicln public than has any other Of oonrao the pro prietor cannot aftonl to give his time to the management of the and aa it can hardly be made a paying husinos he feels called up on to withdraw from tho further JULIUS CHRISCIULLKS is one of the genuine lovers of Not of the sensational but the sound and productions of the best whoso works he has made the companions of his leisure He has recently purchas the Aprne edition of Chambers Cy clopedia of English which is a whole library in Thin work is in 8 is sold for in by tho Book 65 Beekman HENRY and some of his friegds came over on a handoar from VVMtturaore last Henry informs us that the Gazette is not to be discontinued at 13 as announced last week bat will be continued some months at Some of those who ought to feel an interest in the prosperity of the paper have rallied to its The editor takes a vacation this week and has bis place at the depot supplied by one TUB dry weather of last week and the week before had the effect to hasten the ripening of grain and drive the work of The end of this will find near ly all the small gram in the shock and ready for the No doubt a light shower of rain would be oeptable just at this tigje in laying the dust and quenching the thirst of some growing but nobody has been found possessed tbe hardihood to bring on shower and run the risk of beiug able to prevent an overdoing of Thu Methodist lulksliuve biick already on tho ground lor They will build at any hut whether cheap ly or otherwise depends npun tho support they Our people will do to scrutinize closely the claims of lightning rod and foreign nursery It is uuwise to gup down the wonderful stories told by strangers simply because they arc We have local dealers who may ho trusted to keep iu stock just as good as can fceKnmd and can also be trusted to tell the truth to their iieighburs and the people with wiiom they ex to deal year alter Peter Schweig Iho butcher gave me of his a slight scratch with his knifo Inst aud ha over since been SOIL RICH BLACK THREE Climate or Mud in but little One RAILROAD another very and a good prospect of 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 for Horses for the GOOD Tills Company lins decided to IlEnUCK THE PKICE of their Best Lands suffering severely with an swollen Supposed Uuslilrk inflamad and to have been has sold out liis interest In tho crops or tho Duggelt farm and in once marc running things at Borland arrived in Al gona lust Palmer is at Mason City learning Harvey and Annie took iii the temperance programme at Clear Lake night newa came of the appointment of Brunson of as Mail Agent between Calmar and Shel Thu announcement will bo repelved with lively satisfaction by the Uepubll cans of this purt of where Drunson is known as a man eminently fit to be of will speak in Court House Hall tills evening and to morrow Bain represented the Good Templars In the Temperance Jubilee at Clear and did so with such eloquence as to win tho applause of all Hois one of tho temperance He has been Grand Oh lei Templar of Kentucky for ten and us indicating the effectiveness of bis oratory it may bo said that he has organized Good Templar lodges with an aggregate membership of The lecture will be free to To begin at 8 The ladies of the Universalist Society have kindly postponed their ice creajn festjyal till one week from Personal Van Oisa has gone to Mount to visit her Jones starts in a few days for Minneapolis to visit her is awaiting second carload of lumber to complete his new of incorporation of the Okobflji Camp Meeting Association have been ejected and are to immediately Okpboji is to be of the most reiwts for summer tour tjis steajm borae makes regular yieUs to tbal and are wise io tlis fuiure the foe tbis wbile Butler preached in Uni yersaUst Chapel last Sunday worn Smith has gone to Mitchell County to assist in the work of Robiqson has 933ec to the appearance and comfort ol his residence by putting window Farley of Whittemore was over ou Thursday of last week and reported the new town in flourishing Mofoy and hsr two little accompanied by Mise took ft trip Shflstz and her party enjoying themselves immensely it the mountains PAUOOS o Orouby was town last iu to to per Aero toAclual Settlers during the year further call on or address nl2v7 For for and now goes to the farm of his parents nt Nora We hope the change will be bene liciiil to his Orose started for Mitchell County last Monday morn ing to take a hand in harvesting His postoftico address will be until his return to about and parents of returned to Algona on Thursday evenings after an absence of one They have been sojourning with their Taylor of Chailcs during the last board at actual rented textbooks and reduced fare are the induce ments the Decorah Institute offers to students who want advantages not found in our public of tho Fonda Times sends us some handsome specimens of job Wo shall send him some of our work in hoping he wont bo TUB Monona County Gazette last week entered upon its fourteenth Ainsworth is one of the best and most popular editors in the and we aro glad to noto that the Gavette is booming all the publishes the grad uating essay of Miss Frankie It is a very fine The oration of given the preceding was also an able such as well repays WE aro in receipt of the Premium List of the Palo Alto County just issued in pamphlet form by the Reporter job It is a very neat and tasteful piese of work in a mechanical way and does great credit to the office at which it was Johnson has heeded our frantic appeals for more house and is building a renting house in the western portion uf We learn that several other dwelling houses are to be erected in that part of town this There was a in the near vicinity of the one day last in which some of tho sex participated A judi cious fear of accelerated thinning of the top hair will make any allusion to this unpleasantness Wilkins is on the war path again full of life and and determined that the 5th of August excursion shall take into Iowa the biggest lot of Wisoonsiners that ever yet visited that State in a TONIGHT AUGUST THIS Whittptnore Gazette mnn evidently enjoyed the experi Hear him When wo gel so we dont know our own we will consult oue or two old women in this neighborhood and have thum toll what to do and whim to stick our nose but as long as our pedigree stands good as thoroughbred we ask no odds of 0r So great is to say the that squatters having only the claim of having iled papers For homesteads are de in sotno for such and improvement of a It is very singular that people will swarm to such a bt foi de foi Business country when better land cnti obtained iu North western Iowa a little more than the bonus manded by Kansas speculators land without any t J 51 8tumf Fug ivdVti ffoTuinn i Ixicnl IliftnYeM i tnirfo S eflcfmil Transmit And togul irnlnKlniltiftorMon no cents onch KUiyiMiHlxtoiMilhs nf an Mil furtffih nrfVrrtlWrK sfiojifit iciyoitipnniid tor nun inmrtsf j cnV Mnif If nni or lfs sirtiir itdvcrtlskMf unynlilei in PHYSICIAN D d AR F i mi Slate bfi uoxt iliior In Agrlciill SHE Diiilnrln Paints Corner of Stale nfm n AfllJ fJontof1 In i SICWIXd MiKilihw fhtitlfialHtt OpimsilP TnnH tfi7 Formerly of lias npriipil in offlcd OverSheetz Drug Wlinrc IIP will IIP plouBcd to wult iilioli nil wish lf print jmr u no muur wl v Impnn ud praerml if f ropalr oonMU pnn ud praerml if f ropalr i lom M Il Oaf 10 lout M Uu prtal Ii sot B bul MUuA jaa eju utuAt j By System and fitted with Combination Perfected i Pedlers cannot get For Salo onljTijr Gr W W 8 tM o W Bird in which all take Nightiugiiles Mis osie In Kate Bur B Etta Mocking Miss May Osvl Genie Minnie and Annie a Hattiu Meek tho Nellio Nettie Wll Musical Charade with following char acters Bird Fairy Col Two Vaughn andJessic Blue Attendant Birds and From the Paildock has purchased a house and lot aud will move into town Miss Ella Ilinton has our thanks for tho handsomest boquct brought us this School olosfid at the Hatch school house on Saturday Miss Iteed as teacher has given good satisfac tion and leaves for her home nt Irvington with the best wishes of many Goodrich is talked of for county auditor next We an not acquainted with but his references are some of the leading men in our McLaren was in town a day dur ing the first of the chucking over Wilsons handled by Will Mao found things as straight as a Hilly wont do business any other Richard Ilinton brings us n stalk of corn measuring ten feet two and Mr Mason Leach one measuring ten feet four inches with two well developed ears on Farmers feel proud of the for their summers LAND A JONEST A TTOUXKY AT REAL ESTATE AND LOAN Nntnrv Vulilln nnd fluid Kstatfl full Pnrtteiilnr atten tion irlviii to nnd Vcrtactlng imt Ilia Inylnir nf THVRS tor tliHonly rmnplclrAtislmct iif Tltlito Iteiil Kstato In Kmsnth Adont for tlin and Plircnlx rnsnvniific AdEXT AiniMlinn Knilirriiit clicHji Ofllec west Sea DORLAND ATTOllSKVH A VII AT Nntnrlm InMIc unit nmmptly intended Liiml Titles examined Mild Taxes paid for nnrt a roneinl Loan dour upstairs over Kossuth DllV Weitdoor Watsons CO M STOCkT DltY State Iust of Seo CLEARY DKY Wcsl State Sue Stnte See ROBINSON B State See Sontlnvest citrnar State and Sue FAHM Mlnnosottt Uii seed Oil Unst State rHAMlION KKAIKltH Vibrator W Statu SHO T Ynrdsnt Li tlin Sen House Sign Whitewater counties of Hum Palo OBrien and constitute the 49th Sena torial District and will elect a State Senator in It is high time for aspiring candidates to stir DEALEH IN SILVER WARE JEWELRY DLOCKS WATCHES leaning and at f All work around and see what tho think about people We make our own Collars ami Warrant tUom to grlvo H AWES Leather Store j and our stocks HARNESS and OWING to tho dullness of the harvesting season the attendance at we ask you to the meeting of the Republican Club andgeta was very small and it was thought best to adjourn without carrying out the published The next meeting of tho Club will be held two weeks from tomorrow at which time the pro gramme will be the same as that an riouneed for last Thursday JBUBY MAKTIS of Emmets burg was over the first of tho week and made us a pleasant Martin is the agent of Wilson at the burg and his business here was to hurry up a stock of lumber held on the track at thin place for want of transporting The transportation of railroad extension material appears to have taxed tho resources of this road beyond Corresuc ndcuoe Dodge In your issue of see a quea by tlie Aljrona REPUBLICAN Who can tell the end sod aim Sensible Advice You ttre asked every day through the columns ot newspapers and by your Drug gist to use something for your Dyspepsia uud Liver Complaint tlmt you know nothing about you get discouraged spending money with but lillle Now to give you satisfactory proof tlmt QUEENS AUGUST PLOWBH will cure you of Dyspepsia and Liver Complaint with all its such us sour Sick Habitual tion of the Water Fullness at tho pit of the Yellow Coated swimming of the All work dnnu nt iirlcra to suit Ilia and In the hitust style nl the y uiiil 1anerHaiiKors See INSTHUMJ2NTAL f Music nt Imr rorniH por nuartwr of lessons with IISR ot Ilanu fur SLAOLE ut li w n Is hiKhly rocnmmemleil by Fort KKKIS I1KST OK class the Has liotivepii tlm lppot JIIK hiuith ol LAMB ANR Inssmisers tnkon to miy lirt nl Itimsii to your Sample BottleofGrteus August Flewer for JO cents and try or a regular size for 75 Two doses will relieve SK Tax Sale To of and Louis oj HPHt Oiiiirts nt nnttom Alt klwrti custom Work niul ENAMEU HARNESSft 8ADPLERY jBUKOZHr and Plastering M as oear COMPUTE Anything can in iMs Alao fit You are hereby notified tlmt nn the 2nd dar of the Treasurer of Knstnth at a tax snip holdepat the OHirt house in In said cou xulcj the foil hig descvlhect real estate situated In said county tftxes The Nortlilullot the Nortlieait quurtiir ot section number toivnsliip North of number that the rlglit of will expire deed le by the Treasursr o mid coiiveylUK Hiilil to the pursuant to the statute in such ciwe Hindi and unless redemption from mmh Watchmaker and ilonr iyi Mrillrnnmu has tymutly lyiDtrifSinfjhK uiiioai n madewithin ninety days from the con service nf this July oriheblllwusof wpnns just now Infest IBB the country Jn companies I will give a brief of my exper ience with the Borne thirtyfive THX To Joliwin aod unfriimwt ttwnrn You are hereby uotllled tlmi OH of the Treasurer of Kossith at u bidilou at the cimn house m In aul f041 Ouc aoru at laud m to dwtertlhua Uuiuuionulutf ut a point i twenty IottfNorth of Hie SflutheSSt siild thenoe yews since la put four of the wornjs a w Ui loose tljis was ia I and w it away cool wUere it stood ualil the I tlis covw fbijf jiorfoct ready to cow PUt about tbe else of ft full grown iWo a bite a M seeui to be harujlew as are desfjuctlve Tbsy ft wwqulto to
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