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   Algona Republican (Newspaper) - August 13, 1879, Algona, Iowa                                Algona WfimiiisiJAf MortNJNo uv BOAT OH Subscription One Veaf Sit Months fin ijtniitlifi BUSINESS ALMOST H KOSSUTH AUGUST ON Wednesday evening of last I Soldiers ot Kossuth week the school board of this Inde to Comstouks to get one of those new Hats before they are all tte has them Stray Came to my premises in Lotts Greek on the 13th day of one white sow abolit one year The owner can have his property by proving siune and pay ing cost of keeping and 2w NvftAM T AY Blrte Remember the Blue Front if you Want to buy goods cheap for I would respectfully a shure of the public All fits Shop over Cleary Caulking store south of the public 16tf has just received an immense stock of Muns and Boys Hats in all styles and 4045 Best aurt Woodworth keeps the best sells the cheapest Call of and any man in and see for 26tf e peddent School District proceeded to the election of teachers for the fall with the following result Dorland Miss Mary Patterson 1st Miss Frazcr 2nd Miss Mary Smith Depot The wages of the principal are to be per those of the depot school and all other per Ihe fall term will open its session on and con tinue twelve The directors had a very largo number of efficient teachers from which to make their selections and so did not find duty selecting good teachers a very trying Dorland came to Algona to give his time and at tention to the practice of law GOOD GOODS Whore Why at of and at ptioea which will astonish you for 15tf GOOD keeps the beat of everything and declines to have any truck with a poor arti Try him and see for It is selling low in Never fact that Woodworth is poodB at marvelously low They were never before so this Woodworth can be inquired of at the New York 20tf French 23tf Buys a Calf Hard Pan pair boots 10 o el n 1or loans on Heal Estate apply to KOSSUTH COUNTY 127 Stoves for MILLION the Surely no ono need go stoveless while Smith has such a large assortment of styles which he offers at prices to suit There are more Minn a score of styles of COOKING STOVES and KANGES either for wood or coal ROTARY Base BURN PARLOR and PARLOR COOK for burning SOFT and PARLOR HEATING STOVES for burning STOVES epecially adapted to heat ing large HALLS or SCHOOL Besides Smith keeps a general stock of HARDWARE and and keeps constantly on hand the verv best STOCK PUMP to be found in the CIVM 11 jr but has consented to take charge of our public schools for a He has had large experience as a teach er and has a reputation and person al appearance very much in 1m His assistants appear to have been chosen with a view to building up our public school and making it a credit to the Now if the patrons of the school will but recog nize the full extent of their duty TII cooperating with the teachers of our school in elevating the standard of its an improved condi tion of our local educational interests will soon be THE Clear Lake Mirror notices the return of Judge Frost from a visit to the northwestern counties of Cowa and into Dakota with reports that the country west of Kossuth county is in a dilapidated condition as the result of a grasshopper visita but wont that miserable man and unhappy Judge catch in discriminate thunder and blank retribution just as soon as the editors for oneTiunilred milea west of Kossuth recover from their aston ishment sufficiently to load up their perpetual and repeat artillery Frost Humph Why the man will call for whole fleets of icebergs to sail over and hide him from the wrath of the wellfed and prosperous We desire to obtain for publica tion andhonorable future reference a complete list of the soldiers of the war of the rebellion now residing in Kossuth In answering to our call please give company and from what county and state date of enlist ment and of army served in and principal battles engaged in and rank at time of We shnll publish this list as a matter of interest to the soldiers themselves and hoping that the publication and circulation may possibly result in some good to some defender of his countrys Republican The Republican Club of Algona will meet tomorrow ac cording to As tHere is important business to come before the club all the members are re quested to Nor The term dilapidated idea that should be the ap plied to such counties Palo Clay or BiHiia whose crops of herds of cattle and droves of hogs cannot be buaten known world 1 See hero advise Frost to keep out of the the Warn Merchants not to nrao ou my account without mi order Um from to43 HIUAM ON COMMISSION David Lewis 85 and 87 Broad NEW Wll sell promptly ana remit David Lewis country until abbnt the middle of October and may be tha boys will thaw out a littlo toward Algona must wait and pull with Belmond for the extension of the Dubuquo by way of Spirit Sioux Shell you forget If the Belraonders prefer pulling with to for a it is their Matters may yet assume a shape that Clarion people can assist or hinder Belmond in her railroad and we suggest that it isnt best to be blowing about tho size of your fish until you have them safely dont quarrel over any such trifle as a ON Saturday evening last Zahlten received a letter from Louis Decorah Institute I It Is JUe aim 01 this Scliopl train teaohesTln r u to iran inelhoda of a University The Faf term will open I fx will lioroiigli will no fin Will lie hirulniied nt Its uotuul cost nRM Furnished rooms uncj France of forming him of the death of in WK give the Portland township premium list this The people of that township are exhibiting a praiseworthy spirit of enterprise in this matterof supporting a township and we shall be pleased to chronicle their complete success on the day of the The county organization can afford to encour age these local for they be come feeders to the larger and more central The success ful exhibitors at the Portland as well as those who may think themselves entitled to should patronizethe County Fair of one week SOME of our farmers have succeed ed in turning common spring wheat into a fall or winter crop withsatis factory and it is quite possi ble that this may become the popu lar method of raising In other portions of this state the Lost Nation variety of wheat has been found to do well as a fall giv ing a plumper and clearer berry and producing a superior quality of There is tlie further advant age of getting ahead of weeds early in the We believe Kossuth County farmers will do well to give this tiling a pretty general trial this WE are requested to give notice that a School Exhibition and is to come off at the Kinncy school house in Greenwood town ship on in which three schools are to take Tho County Superintendent and others will bo in attendance and make short All are cordially invited to attend and en joy a day of pleasure and ladies of tlie Monday Club have decided to engage the services of San one address or more in Algona about the first of Sanford gave a course of lectures in HAS BECKIVEI ItlS SECOND INVOICE OF Spring and Summer Styles of DRY WALL A FULL LINK OP 7SC80C pounds for Goods as Low as any Store in Northern 01TB PRICE TO and Goods Represented JUST AS THEY IOWA LANDS Sale IOWA FARMS ACRES AND ON TIME GREAT INDUCEMENTS OFFERED TO SETTLERS AND By American Emigrant President Secretary mid ACRES of this LAND arc Located in KOSSUTH the BANNER STOCK DAIRYING COUNTY IN THE STATE was A widow of the late Taylor of this Franse simply stated thathe had just reouived a tele graphic dispatch from Redoak in this state where his mother was informing him that she died suddenly and unexpectedly on the night of August We shall be obliged to await further purtiou lars from the friends who were with the deceased during her last WE notioo tliac Galbraitu Uordingloy have lakon in quite largo Jot of wool this healthy inurease over that of revioqs Our fanners Algona some years since and quite successful in winning popular No doubt he will be well patronized during his second formerly a teach er in Koasuth but now prin cipal of the Wadena public is the Greenback candidate for of Schools in Fayette Wasson is a young man of ability and has the requisites of push and clear He would fill the position with Greenbacker or and as his party is in the majority ih his county he will probably be called to the this Land is GRASS SOIL RICH BLACK THREE Climate No Bain or Mud in but little One RAILROAD Through the and u good prospect of another very This County has very popular HERD and all stock is under the careof Hence no expense for except for The farmers are still favored with fine Do not ncglflct for the County Chicago is again at Barrs Ford is making prepara tions for building a new TIIBUK will be preaching at the Church regularly has a swarm of carpenters at work on his new Graves preached at Emrnetsburg last Burnard and family spent last Sunday at Clear Foster has gone to Ver mont for a visit of a few Thornburg occupied the Methodist pulpit Sunday Robinson has his new house nearly ready for Decorah Institute employs an excellent teacher of Wright County Monitor is ten years old and a first rate John McGetchie is domicil ed in the new house built over the ashes of the old Andrews is announced to preach at the Clear Lake Camp Meeting next ladies of the Congl Society announce an ice cream festival for tomorrow Schweig is slowly re covering the use of his hand and his usual Stongh are re ceiving a new stock of Boots and Shoes for their Leather Iowa Real Estate Association was to meet at Spirit Lake many friends of Mo Coy will be pleased to learn that she is recovering her usual on the farm of Reed threshed out nearly twenty bushels to the Skipsey has rented his farm to young Hofius and will return to Chicago about Emma of a sister of Banis visiting her friends in Jones attends the meeting of the real estate agents now in ses sion at Spirit Pepper of a JHerdlng Stock costs 75 cents for Cattle and SI for Horses for the GOOD MILLS WE AUB gratified to learn that Eld ridge has been en gaged to conduct tho normal insti tute of this His selection will be received with equal satisfac tion by the teachers of the The and session commences continues two at the This Company has decided to REDUCE THE PRICE of tlieir Best Lauds to to per Aero to Actual Settlers during the year For further call on or address any will i Fall terra will tUm for lull mernbew Qjr tbU leeusof eh 9iiuoe4 Jtellrd ft entitled to Iajl to live up to the full extent of their privileges so long as they neg leot sheep In noother branch of stock raising is there more of profit with w little of hard labor as in the raising of twelve months should double the size and value of the flock and bring to the a clip of wool sufficient in value to cover the expemof feeding and wing for the Think of this Messrs TUB important aed highly if i AII Hye Qpfle of Qoroner is to be filled at the fall Option aad U behooves our fellow mortals to deliberate long and earnestly before ongbt whose of which the goes on to Emrmslsburg to fill a similar engage He is very popular in this are promised thuregular local jeunia electioneering sensation about the first Some judgement JJSD to be displayed in bringing out these sensations at the proper else their object wight be So it is that the afair is postpooed until the last day in the although as many facts are now known over will be Hutobins has some yery fine fruit specimens his otOldenbtfrg apple aod bis O A s i 3 33 fa II MY w w o JBy Syrtem Bad flttoft with i Petten cannot Tw IE Q IN ofcwal The owner tobeinwof sstung Bpoa ittlgesfe wwM for ever that case beyond He ought reasonably eolemn in looks and piQuroful in a mm who wouldnt joke ttw subject mm who minor some Siberian and Hyelop Crab apple Tlt 8re yowg But thrifty and nave that clear end clean JEWetRYf CLQGKi WATCHES r All work Collars and them to give HAWKS feather Store appearance so pleasing to the fruit HutcUs awipt of fruit culture in this country frow ths MAIL that of has been spppjijted Agent between eaa for eo gop4 a ww haa in HARNESS and ENAMBU and our stock 8ADDUERY FfcY w end Plastering as JMF COMPUTE as Aoytlilflg CM ta lo tili sister of is visit inr in the Setchel was elected Street Commissioner by the town council last Thursday Sample is expecting lumber for his new house very soon Johnson has recently shipped a lot of fat steers to the Chicago Hartshorn of Eramettsburg was over last Satur day and favored us with a short Monroe Brothers have up ward of ninehundred bushels of about forty bushels to the weather is settling down to a greater coolness and mosquitoes are exhibiting signs of chronic Watson and family start ed out last week for a leisurely jaunt to the country and lakes of Emmet and Dickinson Kevins of San the sister of is on her way to visit her old home on Lone Margaretta Ncff of interested in Kossuth County real was in town last Bush is still hard at work on the County Treasurers brings up all unpaid taxes Collins of Humboldt came up with a load of oats last Monday and reported bin crop yield ing forty six bushels to THE Humboldt IndipemUnt comes out as a to rim in that style till after the The paper is somewhatreduced in size but talks as largp as Smith and Frank Nicoul in were successful in capturing several at tho Paul Shoot ing Tournament last Judge Weaver and Pinkerton attend ed the young men who were arrested for theft in Greenwood last week were liberated from confine ment after serving but a sentence ol fine They have learued something any Monday last a race came off on the track of the Agricultural Society between Winkels horse Londondery and a mare from abroad called Gipsey Londonderry won the amount of tax paid by the American Emigrant Company in Kossnth County this year is The penalty paid was seven percent of the original Paul company have decided to build cross road from Niobrara to the people of this last named town hav ing offerred financial new residence of Look wood is progressing steadily toward The structure is to be a departure from all other styles in town in having a French Mansard Wolfe is the architect and master Now get your premium cattle and hogs and things ready for the agri cultural fairs of September 18th and It is proposed to make these fairs the most successful in the his tory of the board of equalization of this State has mado its and fixes the valuation of real property tax The 1 fisf to standing por oolanm 08 uicivi MM in ttm mt m tot slimlc cent ancli TniiwWnt mid fognl werHun M pciiN tnch mttMtriitmt Eiovpiiftlxtiontlis of mi Inch from foiTlRndflviMliBM Mlfttild br Bccoinnniilprt by lor one uimrtflf i Of for fun time If one iijuaip or Hpiiulnr ndvpitlHliiii piiynblo trfliu moiit in Business JAMES ptlVHtriAM niul Exnmt i owa PHYSICIAN Office im State r npxt door to loi iTx Agi Iculti Demur in Corner of Htnte and Tlinrlntftnn TWfi in Tliorlfifftnn Oniimlte Comt Sf DENTISTS Formerly of opened an office OverSheetz Drug A TTQRFE GTSl AT ESTATE LOAN lijrv 1iiMlo anil Kenl inn TnitlPilM tlon Elven to Oorieptlna and Perfecting nnd the Iavintr of for ITsii nf to neM i ln Agent for the and Plioenlx Insurance in Iowa at total property at llc taxable of Kossuth is set down at proprietors of the OBrien county creamery have been obliged to suspend payments to the patrons and the latter have assumed charge of the The proprietors charge a failure to come up to con tract on the part of the to and Henry Monroe of Irvington township a Thus Henry obeys the increase and raises the best corn in America in the Brayman reports his rye having yielded twenty one bushels to the He thinks the fall pasturage on a crop of rye almost or quite equal in value to the yield of He seed down twenty to rye immediately for iise next Robinson of VVankesha has been in town several and has im proved the time by prospecting the outlying country with a view to purchasing a has been in the employ of Stacy A MKXT American ncroa lands omce west DORLAND ATTOUNRVS AND AT tartCT Public and mffiiIVTUcndf Titles Taxes paid for nmti w Ioan biwJneMline7 Onice2d door upstairs over AVwtdooir Watsons Seeadvt Oroceries eiist of See iltY Crockery West State State ROBINSON utc St8te Southwest cornen O State anil See c Minnesota seed Oil East MCETCHIE HAMPrON KEAPEKS Vibrator State JOHNSON T lutl ij the since learn citizens have that several of out become real estate SETCHSLL MATH INSTRUMENTAL since OUR readers should not overlook the speeches at the Madison oonven given in our columns this Stevens of Emmetsburg is a candidate for Sheriff of Palo Alto He would make a capital THE Methodist Camp Meeting is now in session at Clear Phil lip Phillips was to open with a eong service last station agent at Spencer the other day reached for hw watch under go now ha is short a is espeoted that the junction depot of the Jttdgely will be on the farm of Mo Blanohard is put in the harvesting and while his OryUJe is running the is putting a coat of the Minneapolis pamt on ihe tarn House and very decidedly proving its Q Delivered to the first see4 of this crop yiel4s4 owners in Swan Lake Emmett and have removed to that place to take part in the county seat The prospect seems to favor the removal of the county seat from Estherville to Swan TUB Greenwood Educational As sociation holds its next meeting on the third Saturday in at 10 oclock The programme is not yet determined but will be announced in due Mc Nutt is Corresponding Secretary of the peoples of Humboldt and Oakota are too spunky to unite on religion or but when there is a horse race they come together on the flat between the two towns in a spirit of harmony truly millemah We have seen them do The ioeurearo festival given by the ladies of the church last Saturday evening came rather inopportune season quite successful and enjoyable never The receipts were sitfljpien to leave a snug little sum after pay ing r Poj teacherselwot together saltation and to for the fall of oar This starting promise is the w Watchmaker an bwtwWWi at Fort 8UAQLE t Mimli Wsnns ujliar and is vigitiag bis in   

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