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   Algona Republican (Newspaper) - August 6, 1879, Algona, Iowa                                CAH BE HAP FOR ALMOST ANY NOW IS YOUR TIME TO SAVE BY BUYING GOODS THE WAY IB 41gona WKDHUKDAT MOKNTNO SotosciMptlrm fine Year In oo Manilla Id i on Tliffie tlnftlvrtnoB no Bf SlSfESS Stray Cnms my premises in Lotts Oreek on the 13th dny of Tho owner cnn have bis property by proving same and pay ing cost of keeping and 2w NYRAM Blue Remember tlie Blue Front if yon Wftnt to buy goods cheap for taHVVMDBMIWHhttBMMrtM AT a meeting of the Town Coun cil on Monday evening the matter of tho construction of a side walk along tho diagonal street to the depot was brought up by a mo tion that a committee be to look up nnd KOSSUTH AUGUST to I would respectfully solicit a share of the public All fits over Clcary 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 1 Why nt of and at juices which will astonish you for GOOD keep tlie best of everything and declines to have any truck with a poor arti Try him and see for Never It is a fact that Woodworth is selling poods at marvelotisly low They were never before so low in this Woodwnrtli onn be inquired of at tho New York 20tf French Calf Hard Pan boots at 23 if to For loans on Heal Iintito apply to KOSSUTII COUNTY 127 ought took tho initiatory steps toward opening tho diagonal nnd did open it for public But now it appears that no properly executed title to tho land passed over by tho street has been conveyed to the town if wo ex cept a contract entered into with Judge Call and recorded in tho town council record Ambrose tho llajlroad Company and other parties arc owners of lots over which the street is located nnd at of deny ever having been consulted or giving their assent to the opening of the street across their This is the condition of the title to tho diagonal street aa disclosed by the present town council while making preparations for a side walk to the depot in with the tacit understanding of last Of course it woufd bo un wise to expend the public funds in constructing public walks ovoi property not legally held by the and in this the members of the council are As the matter now stands the street might be made impassible as n public thoroughfare at any moment DIP owners should sao fit to BO Just as soon as the title is perfected the entire length of tho street the walk will bo WK were indebted to Stoves for the 0 MILLION Surely no ono need go stoveless while Smith has such a large assortment of styles which he otters at prices to suit There are more than n score of styles of CHOKING STOVES nnd RANGES either for wood or coal ROTARY Base BUTIN ING PARLOR and PARLOR COOK for burnintr SOFT and PARLOR KEATING STOVES for burning STOVES epecially adapted to heat ing large HALLS or SCHOOL Besides Smith keeps n general stock of HARDWARE and and keeps constantly on hand tho very best STOCK PUMP to be the l Wanted to lo Housework bv Warn Merchants not to fruit tiny iHirrion on my ncroiint without nil onlor lit wrltlnx frnin 4045 HIRAM ON COMMISSION David Lewis 85 ami 87 liroatl N13W Mlll soil promptly nnd ronilt David Lewis NEW Thin address will ho siimclent torlmtti goods anil iut dairy mark In pencil on side ot 308 Decorah Institute thlsSolipoI to give a thorough to train tdiieliers In the bast to nt students tor a uon n common J Kjor EIIK ItoU per Te lnoUslnuii the com moil brunches will be Jur nishoU at a moderate tie a a notual to bo paia the balunco of lha ivptual oust at theoiul of each Untur Plir DEC0114U of tlie TTooAtioiTof it board oJ iwwtoprwisrgr claim the town hnve to the land jf may oi weeks lown Investigator gives Oomstooks address as presiding officer of the nnd high compliment to the District Lodge nnd its The Investigator is doing all in its power to encoiirngo and assist in temper anco effort throughout the State of 1 under whatever an wideawnko and U it could go into the homes of the Stnto as generally as it tho result would bo grander than can be accomplished by public lectures or any other Temperance men and you cannot afford to do Without tho send 40 cents to the Nate nnd get it for three and you will become a con stant such crops of small grain as never before wore known in this seutionot the groat fields of growing corn presented a spectacle in every way pleasing to the Donveiller is very pleasantly located and has a large grove of growing timber about bis He has a large stock of uattle and numbers bis brigs and pigs by tho Hois a thorough business mnn aa the people of this county well and uses his head on the farm as On our return home we passed through Whittemoro to note tho improve Amos is engaged in lidding to Wilsons Warehouse at that and Clirischilles is about adding his building to ad mil n stock of dry goods and Henry was tempo rarily absent and Pride bad uharge of the WE hear only unstinted praise of tho temperance lectures of Uain delivered in Court House Hall on Wednesday nnd Thursday evenings of Inst week Tho subject of temperance has boon HO long be fore the people that they have come to expect in great part from lectur ers n rohasli of what has been served up to them times without but no complaint of n dry nnd un interesting presentation of tho sub ject is made or would stnnd against Bains This gentle man is intensely in earnest in his work for temperance and is logical and convincing in and he also has tho happy faculty of win ning and retaining the good will of all his whether these agree or disagree with Such men as Bain are calculated to do a world of good in advocating ad vauoed practical nnd it would be an incalculable blessing to tho world if their number could be swelled a thousand READ is surely demonstrating by practical tests the truth that appleg can fta raised m this country without tho expenditure of more work and oaro than is in must other apple producin He has found the Be Puchess of Fameuseand some other varieties quite hardy and wel adapted to tins soil aud aod of oraboppjes he finds the Transoendant and the Hyslopas hardy as any native wild I be time is certainly not when the idea that apples cannot be raised sdvan tageously and with profit Jo this Nprthwest Jowa will be held in as universal contempt as now is the anejent idea that tamo grasses could not grow in this It is to be regrettac that people do not more generally recognize fact and prepare for the enjoyment of the fruits flftfewrowa orchards iu tlie uear quarterly ijaatallatioa officers to lodge of Good The following are the capers for three mouths M w IN this issue of the REPUBLICAN will bo found the announcement of Hist as nn independent candi date for tho office of Treasurer of Kossuth Rist is well and favorably known to all tho old of this having been a resident sinne and is quite as favorably known to many of the later Ho is a man with whom any of his acquaintances would bo willing to deposit untold wealth for safe nnd an industrious nnd sue ccssful No ono will ques tion Itists honor nnd and if elocted the tax payers may rest assured that the county treasury is in good TIIR Baptist Church was crowded on evening lust by the friends the Sunday School who had assembled to enjoy the concert advertised for that Th entertainment was one of the most nnd creditable ever scnooi is ono or tiio growing re ligious organisations of Algona and is doing a vast deal of Tho popular nnd efficient feels compelled by the demands of his position ns mail agent to resign the charge of the Kossulh according to the report of the Auditor of has tho following live stock assessed for the year 1879 Cattle Horses Mules Sheep Swine Of thotwntysoven counties lying west of tho extended eastern boundary of Cerro Gordo and north of the extended southern boundary of there nro but Web stnr and that have more cattlo assessed to them than has Kossuth and one of has nine more than This satisfactory state of things goes to show that our fol are pushing ahead on the road financial AT a recent mooting of the ex eoutive committee of the Board of Trustees of Algona of Cedar was elected to tho Presidency of the Ford will come to us highly recommended and with a determination to make a complete success of the Neft was elected Professor of Mathe and Hawkins Professor of Vocal andInstrumental The fall terra will open with greatly im proved prospects and with teachers second in ability to none who havo preceded The officers and friends of the College look for an interesting and profitable fall term for the Miss ITKLEN WoosTKB has oently been elected Preceptress oi Hungerford Collegiate Institute of NV Miss Wdoster was Superintendent o schools for this county from t and served with credit to her self and greatly to the improvement of educational methods in this sec Her many friends in this county will be pleased to know that her worth as a teacher U appreciat ed by the officers of pne of the best and most prosperous educational institutions of New York It is now in order for somebody to enter the field as a candidate for the office of County The term of Bush and Sohenck expire witli this year and tbeir sup whether thepseivee or new are elected nejjt The office of Supervisor is one of the most important to be filled aud requires an honest man of the wisest judgement and best business Suoh men oajj be although none top plenty in any and such men Jet us ioay be ejected tP our Beard Messrs and A Hitjton of Lotts Creek Township were in town on Monday took the liberty to do a little boasii a drygofiwLs W ogmpjejioa 944 tfieir corn a paj fouad elw fm un HAS KKCEIVEU 1113 SHCONt INVOICE 01 Spring and Summer Styles of DRY WALL A FULL LINK 5 I to tWAPPLES30 pounds for Goods as Low as any Store in Northern OITE PRICE TO and Goods Represented JUST AS THEY IOWA LANDS i IOWA f FARMS ACRES AND ON GREAT INDUCEMENTS OFFERED TO SETTLERS AND By Ercxigraat I Sucrutaryaml ACRES this 1iAND arc Located in the BANNER STOCK fit DAIRYING COUNTY IN THE this Land is GKRASS SOIL RICH SLACK THREE Climate No Rain or Mud in but little Ono RAILROAD Tlirougli tlio and a good prospect of anotlicr very pay This County lias very popular HERD and all stock is under the care ot Hence no expense for except for Yards Hording Stock costs 75 cents for Cattle and SI for Horses for the OOOJ This Company lins decided to REDUCE THE PHICE of their Best Lauds to to to Actual Settlors during tho year For further cull on or address ni2v7 UK print dbtumhr 117 luw or iuBtM a on itTliutMmrfM Ml ud jour CJM By System and fitted with Combination Pedlem cannot Tor Sole paly O 5T 1N JEWELRY CLOCKS WATCHES ot t All worn We make our own Collars ana Warrant to arive HAWEB leather Store and our stock HARNESS and iV Jfc ENAMEU HWEHTS end Piaeteringf M n m mm Ml w m tu AUM BA A small tract ofwild prairie in bo Dorweilloi six miles outh of VV bittern exchanged wners last week at per 4 Iii a letter to Lamb he Superintendent of the Independ ence LunaticAsylum gives no en oouragement for any hope of the re covery of btit states that he patient is much contented han he had H0K4 Jonos has cut over one uindred acres of grain this season vith the Wood Self himself Iriving the With the help of a young hoy ho lias been with the aid of a Self Binder to work through all his cutting and Kitting into McCoy tells us of a stock man of Clay County who has recent y travelled over a good portion of Kansas and Nebraska in search of a superior stock growing and ivho has finally settled down in laving come to the conclusion that Northwestern Iowa cannot be beaten as a dairying and stock raising are indebted to the Clerk of Courts for the following list of Jurors drawn for the term of District Court Erastus W O E Horn it her home in Hrayton has resigned the iflice of Street Eckholm of Swea wns lown to to Algona the other day urn gave us a not forgot the meeting of he Republican Club one from omorrow is reported that the Port 3odge railroad will be completed to lutnboldt on Monday the 18th Dodd will visit friends in Mason City in a few days and may extend her visit to flouring mills are or are to a vacation of a few days to make McDonald and family arc to occupy the house of Wat Formerly of lias opened1 an offloff OverSheetz Drug 40HB lately vacated by whore IIP will be pleased ton nit unon all wish Inn Aboil ot Iowa a sew ng machine is in town and for Segur of Humboldt een spending a few days at the festival by the adibs of the Universalist Society at the Chapel This festival was to have been held last Wednes clay but was postponed on of Bains This act of generosity should bo the oc sasion of no loss to Let there DO a liberal patronage extended to he THE Bird Concert at Court House lall on Saturday evening last was a complete success in every way and reflected great credit upon the com mittc having it in It wa a surprise that so many little folks should have been so thorouhly drilled to their parts in the short time given to the The gross receipts of the evening were of WINSLOW LIVKUMOBE of the State Journal office of called at this office one day ast week while on his way to visit friends in Humboldt Livermoro is engaged in the Book room of the Journal office and has Henry formerly of the Upper Des Moines for a fellow Skinner of Des business manager the in this was in town last week to attend to tho pay ing of the Companys tax in this Ho was called to Des Moines ly a telegram on Monday morning but expected to return again when the Treasurer should have complet ed the tax who furui8hecl the inventor of the Little Joker Churn with cream to make thofive exhibitions on our street during the last two has be orae so thoroughly convinced of ts that he has purchased the for Kossuth and Humboldt and willl commence their manufacture at Call at his office and see Franc Moon took her de larture Tuesday morning for her lomo in We believe no arrangements have yet made to secure her services hero for another but it is to be hoped lhat our board of directors will not the matter of a few dollars per month prevent them securing a teacher whose worth has been in preference to one who is cheap in every sense of the morning constable John Martin of assisted by Victor brought down to who had been tried before Justice Ander son and found guilty of As the papers sent by the justice were insufficient to hold the young fellows they were brought before T i hff V MWfcUf SJ Justice Wheelock on a charge o They report tbemselvejj from Adams an that their names be withheld from Anthony United ates Postal whose business it is to suppress aM opf liter ature from passing throaa dejiyejed 9 Bujatwr at Clear last The Qerrp jo oooj weutingott ihfimsaye for a to be that those put sailing cards to an of twenty meats pw b fog 89 oifew than r iu fief onmmn Lorfll BiKlneM 111 c HO 1chW M nf Bn nnn foivlRfl it 1 ny rciiilttpncci otie tnf full Htnp If imc iqimip nr Rowyer visitecl Dodge Franc Moon owe more iaR of the was in town Monday eve Jeanson started for New York yesterday for a three weeks Saxton of Humboldt was up on Monday for a load of meese from the Wallace curing arc informed that the for the fall term of our jublic school arc to be elected this few more tenement bouses or rent are required in Johnson has nearly completed ono but we hear others inquired Slagle has broken up nnd Slagle will loon start eastward for a visit to Tionds and Algona Township Green back Club will hold a meeting in Schenck school house north of this county Treasurer has bad lis hands and head full for the last ew making up tax receipts for the Wiloox of agent for the Whitewater Wagon was in town on and Charles Slagle novod into their new residence Inst Saturday and are cosily settled down to About thirty applications have een made for tho six teachers vacancies in the hchool of this Independent fall term of Algona College will open on Circulars will be sent out HH Ilcise is pitting in a oundatioii for a new niilding adjoining the building on the and Leisenring of Fort Coburri and daiigh of relatives of were town over principle of Decorah devotes his time to the common English branch In what other school does the do the Taylor came over from Spencer last week on his way to rial his old home in Sarly charge of the Spencer store during the absence of give the premium list of the this week and hope to receive the copy of the Portland township list in time to net up next young Jewish boy about fourteen years of aire was perambu lating the streets of Algona on MOII day last and gathering nickels by singing and dancing IQ the aoooin panieruent of a Peek of Fen ton ship is building a new barn on bin Tlie barn is to be 19 by go feet with JO feet Benjamin I the ladies of the will ivo an ioe cream at Court House on Friday eve August All Are mean noon temperature at i Algona for mamh July 83 9 and the evening and g 9 Mi 8 At rneaa was 88 Barr it KPn ie tnn inid Plifcnlx Tiimiraiicc JAMES fi OrtUw iitfiHitlBBtfc dniif to Kiwis WiirfelldtllMl STATIONER Denier In riifnts Huoksi of iiniU TlinrliiKton 8 fcIT ATREADt PHYSICIAN AVD npiirer tin LAND A TTOKNEY AT REAL ESTATE LOAM Nntarv Viililln and Renl Entnte kinds iiiilKlit nnd Piirtlcnlar atten tion clvcn to JomfltTnir nnrt 1eifectlns and tlifi Piylnjf of Tnxnfnr Hav Mie only ToniplPtn of Title to In Komiith American Emlwnit ncrcw American clioiip Offlen west See o DORLAND ANn XI Notaries Inhlln anil rolToctlonii nrnnipMy nttenclnl nnir Taxns paid fni unrt a eencral Ixian and Ooinctlnn hnsfnvsn done Office 2d door up stairs over Kmnntli DUY Watsons DKV Orocorlps mist ot DRY West State HECK Cr See ROBINSON State Sec SoiUhwost aorneir O Stuto aurt See nAnM Mlnimnta 1 oil 01 ICn liistHlate MCETCHIE HAMPtON KKAPERS Vlftraloir oil VtrtTsat tho House 8t Sign Glazier WliftewnsfiBr etu All work done nt nriia to swfV RBFUBUCAN tlnes ttlul lu latest oi the nrn wriy SETCHELL KUW8 give notion fttt   

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