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Algona Republican (Newspaper) - August 20, 1879, Algona, Iowa Algona vMntcttgtur MOHNINO nv 1 HAP FQK ALttOsr AKY PRICE KOW IS TOOR TIME TD SAVE By One Yeaf In Mnntlts fin no VIII to romslock9 to got or of those new lints before they ar nil lie lins them Boots and Slough have jus received a stock of Boots and Shoe which they ofFor to the public a greatly reduced Give thei n Oftll before purchasing elsewhoi and they will satisfy you in quaiit of goods nnd iw The Kossuth County Norma under tho supervision o commences and will bo held in the Colleg continuing two Closing Ottt Galbrnith will close oil his stock of Dry Millinery Hosiery at publi unction on 23c 13 0 nt his Terms cash Everybody Ferguso and Pinkerton Bine Remember the Blue Front if yo to buy goods cheap for Iwould solicit auliai of the public All tit Shop over Cloary Caulkins store south ot the publi 15tf has fuutt receive mi iiniiunse Mock of Mtms and Bny Hals in nil styles and 434 Woodworth keeps the best anc sells thecheapest of any man ii Call and see fo 26tf GOOD GOODS Where Why at of and a piices whichwill astonish you fo 15tf Jiotice to Bridge Sealed bids will bo received at the County Auditors office up to Sept lor the building of i bridge across Buffalo Fork Creek on tho lino between sections 0 am of township range Plans and fipccilicaiions can bo seen at the county Auditors Tho riglit is reserved to reject any nnd all bids The bids will be opened at 1 oclock of at the county Auditors The grading of the approach es to tho will bo lot at tin samn Tlie earth nil to be talc on from tho bin If on tlio west side of the and in such mumiei as to construct the roadway up ihc be per mibin lw GOOD km lie bust of everything and declines to have any truck with a poor art Try him and see for It is a IiUt that Woodworth is selling goods at marvoloiifily low They were never before sc low in this Woodworth can be inquired of at the New York 20tf French 23tf a pair of Pan bootsnt vtrmoney to if or loans on Heal Estate apply to COUNTY 127 Stoves for the MILLION burely no ono need go stoveless Smith hassuoh a llargo assortment of styles which he at prices to suit are more thin a score of STOVES and a either for wood or ROTARY Base OOK for burning SOFT b for WOOD TQVES epeoislly adapted to heat iJiig largo HALLS or I8UIJOOL Besides Smith keeps a geueral etook of and hand the very to be found ip Ikceps constantl Ibesi STOUK jtbe tnisj til Wi flf COMMISSION 1 EADB of Racine C vv stopped in Algona last Mo nay while on his wiy homo fro Kade has real ostat interests Clay County is interested in several Hocks of slfce about six hundred in in that so Mo rents sheep to tho farmo for a yearly rental of onehalf tl wool and onehalf the A showing tho profits attending shee Eado mentionstl case of one farmer to whom licren od one hundred Tho wool o these sheep sold for and the lambs aro estimated to be wort Sheep need careful attentio and good shelter in wit judicious and with these at carried through tho year with muc less labor than a herd of cattl Thiy will thrive on prairie gras pasturage until about the middle o when they should hav tamo grass orlliogrotti feed furnisl ed by a field of growing The are prepared by such feed for pass ing the winter in fine i flock of 100 sheep should be fe about 100 bushels of shelled cor during tho Undo ii forms us that the farmers of Cla county are giving their attention t sheep husbandry s much so that the demand for slice is greater than the Hcest mates that there aro about sheep in that county and th number is to bo increased soon b further importations from the shee raising section of Tw carloads of wool havo been shippe from Spencer station this season Eado furnished us th above facts and suggestions for th of the fanners of Kos and wo shall feel well repai or our share in the publication i our farmer friends shall im jressod as fuliy as is our informal with the fact that sheep husbandr jan bo carried on with as muc irofit in Northwestern Iowa as ii any part of the Tine DPS Moines Minneapoli Narrow Gauge Railroad has cam nto possession of tho Chicago A Northwestern and bo ng changed into a wide gauge roai rom Des Moines to Webster City This road is to bo pushed north wan o a connection with Minneapoli nd and the route to bi aken can ba determined in groa measure by tho people of Kossutl The road will pass throng he center of this county if wo ar villiiig to give n five per cent tax if wo are unwilling to do thi he people of Palo Alto and Enimo Jomitios stand ready to pay tho tax take the road with all the ac oompanying Green woo ownship and tlie northern portioi f the county gonernllyHlaml reads 0 vote a live percent tux to improve heir market facilitius and open heir county to 111010 rnpid sottln and while other portions o he county have not equally ai trong inducemonts as the oxtrcnu lorthern portion to vote a five pel ent still tho re arc good anc uHicient for oarryin siicl 1 tax in every township of tin Tlio question with us i his Shall wo vote tho tax am ake thte or shall wo vote dowi he tux and lot the road go oast o vest of us It is a matter of busi loss and tho attempt to drag n tjio question of thorightfulnoss o vrongfulncss of assisting railroac oinpanies to build their isai attempt to befog and cover up tin eal question at But it ii lulte likely that this matter will bi irought up in a practical way fo isonssion and and whei ho proper time arrives we hope to e able to present good reasons fo jelieying that our people should no eiinit a north and south railroad t iass around TUB season has as i omes biennially to the voters o Cossuth when strictly con deutial epistles on office older and dear friend of the peoplf lay be looked for at every mail hese epistles will read about as ollpws My Dear my uty as qfficer to inform lat a gang of horse thieves are in lis and have planned to ire themselves to the furmera ol i county for the purpose of ng observations and preparing to make big strike they tall find the time ripe success ul Be oo the lookout and be eve me as ever your most devoted TQ those who are with 19 true inwardness of the writwQf hese epistles there appear Mbo yeeq this for and knowing one half world si y tfl be aod eiUIfa IQ A portion of one of the court house chimnies fell to the roof am ground on Monday during tho rail and many of our citizens were led to believe from the ap pearancB of things that lightning had been tho The fall must have boon caused by tho washing out of tlie mortar between tho bricki by as there was no flash ol lightning and no thunder at the And this calls to mind the fact that several of tho court house ohiinnios arc in a bad state ofre pair and should be attended to at A coat of over the entire outside of the building will not only improve its appearance but tend to preserve tho Our court house cost too ranch money to be permitted to depreciate for want of LUOAS of Mason City has accepted an invitation to speak political questions at Court House Hall on Thursday evening of next He comes by invitation of the Republican Club of speaks as a Lucas is ono of the fighting warriors of the Republican He is reputed to be a fine speaker and we know him to bo a man of superior hence something superexcellent in the lino of a polit ical speech may be confidently look ed Wo hope to sec the men and women of Kossuth regardless of party turn to gospel of republicanism as expounded by Let us give him a rousing reception and full TIIM voting public is being promised an electioneering tion about the last of September 01 first of Arrests of sup posed burglars and robbers are to be so we aro just in time to electrify the average voter and convince tho public that the only jnarantop the people of this county lave against being carried oft in a body is to vote for tho thief Of course it is not cx that the average voter will lave tho sense to inquire why the hioves and burglars come around o regularly every two and why it is necessary to postpone their arrOst through an entire summer and or so before eleo A great deal of trust is re josed in the gullibility of the aver age voter by the knowing wire MONDAY last and the night follow ng brought to this section aheavy and put u stop temporarily to all work in tho harvest field 01 with the grain Tuesday opened bright and clear and gave mise of return of the favorable voather with which our farmer riends linvo been Very cw fields of grain were ungatliured vlicn Iho ram consequently here is little ciinsu for eoplo are hard at work just now in ho haylield and aro of to havo a continuation of winters ilear weather until their upply is wo feel ireity well satisfied with the clerk of tho weather for what has alread vouchsafed us in the way o A meeting of the several Repub Scan township oommitteemen wa in the office of Hudson ast and it was dotermin adto hold a county convention 01 tho Oth of The Algona ownship caucus will be held on Saturday tho 23d of Th county convention will elect dele jates to the Senatorial and Repre entattve conventions and also norai nate candidates for county HAS nBcicivBD ins sncONn INVOICE OP Spring and Summer Styles of DRY WALL A FITTA LINK OF 40c 50c to J30 pounds for Goods as Low as any Store in Northern PRICETO and Goods Represented JUST AS THEY IOWA LANDS etle IOWA FARMS ACRSS AWD ON GREAT INDUCEMENTS OFFERED TO SETTLERS AND COLONIES By I i TI IJ Vt TT i SecriUiry anil ACRES of this 1iAND arc Located in KOSSUTH tlie BANNER STOCK fit DAIRYING COUNTY IN THE this Land is ORAS3 GHAIN SOIL RICH BLACK THREE Climate No Bain or Mud in but little One KAILKOAD Tluougli tin and a good prospect of another very pay This Countyjias 9 very popular HERD and all stock is under the care ol Hence no expense for except for Stock costs 75 cents for Cattle and 81 for Horsesfor the GOOD MILLS of Scotts work horses nway with the horerake tho ther day and smashed things pretty damaging a brother 01 Sootu who ivas driving and who ell aJwa in front of the After 9nthe same this horse broke loose again with a wagon and with Sobtt as and went dashing down through fortunately Soott wpnot bad y tliis issue of the BBPITDHOAN will be found a call for the volunteei olivary of rock for the foundation f Hie new OUureh MUohell baa succeeded in eouring A sufficient nyiHber of brick OF the wails of the ajid is hoped that the liberal Wends of the enterprise may eel interested in its awplete snooess to oouuibutB hey shall feel ylpok This Company luia UcclUed lo REDUCE THE PHIOE of tlioir Best Lands to to per Aero to Actual SeUlers during the year For further cull on or ailclross t jour n System ond wtth Oomliinatlon mnncrt o O W X i IN 5IMTIBRWAREI JEWELRY CLOCKS WATCHES iSTQleuulng Ma Repairing ol I AU wgrK wwwA We iwfttee my own Ooiiars aiui Warrant tftem to give HA WEB feather Btore and our stocks HARNESS and SADDLES ENAMElp pu with the idea that proprty suooeas in y f y la tbw baitjjig mtoto of arletcm will wnflfeQSagiJy fjf m 19 tyt I exjietft yw tp swallow this Hudson was to stai yCBtcrday for his old home nnd na tive place on Long II is to join his Novins 01 the The Doctor will he absen from homo about one our inside pngcs will IK found an able and instructive speed by Senator Windom of Minnesota and an account of the SpragneConk ling The former if political and the latter about a pol and each will havo interested Brayton has determined to return with his family to his morning for farm in Greenwood The many friends of Brayton and settled family will be sory to lose thorn A Icrnnn wIH t from but will hope to have them back again as citizens in not distant received and shoes on P V a nephew of Capt of passed througl lie is an Oswego county and called on some for mer acquaintances while He Slough lne their stock of boots Stacy nnd Paterson are still tenting at Jleur T 1 Thompsons flax return about thirteen bushels to the took Monday evenings train foi THE entertainment given in Court House hall last Thursday evening by our Baptist friends was success in every The hall was jammed Tho many friends of the society will be pleased to learn that a goodly was netted by the sales of refreshments during ihe father of Ford was taken seriously ill on Monday and lias received no relief up to the time of going to His Taylor of Oharles came up on last even ings train and another Wickwire of is expect ed on this evenings Ford is himself aware of the serious jharacter of his malady and thinks impossible to survive long with out SOME of our friends have inquired of us as to the possible candidacy of Pinkerton for reelection to lie office of Sheriff of Kossuth We aro not authorized to speak for Pinkerton but conclude from what wo have heard that ho is a candidate for If he is not a candidate ho can announce that fact and inform the public who arechiefly through the If he remains silent we shall consider his silence an evi dence that he is in the Agricultural the Iowa Real Estate As sooiation dpsire to make an exhibit of Crops at the State Fairs of Iowa ind The best is wanted for hat Wo would thank the armors of this county if they would ning in between this and a sample of the best they lave for this One hill of a bundle of wheat and other Help us to show what Iowa can The vill oarry the grain free of Tlio Republican The Club met at the usual hour with the Vice in the resigned iis as on account his work on the road occupying his was looted in his Vaughn eported that he had received from for the use of the Club between 400 and 500 campaign These were given into he hands of Vice for general distribution to township lubs and to whoever desired to ead Senator Hartshorn from Erometa was He was made an lonorary member of the and nvitpd to address the Club and itizena of this place at some time luring the coming which ie expressed a willingness to Several new names were added to be list of andthQ work a moving along Woclf All persons interested in the bulld og of a Methodist church ia who pan arg invited to bring i a load of the deliver the on immediately somthaf twenty bushels to the Inghams to be USB flaY wna a Iksi of saj4 bujldw 4any of our friends have to respond tQ we hope that many more will pn the soolejy wU Mai mAMmin soup at the Court House next Daggeitand fior son were in town on businiss last set out your ctrawbiry plants for next has the cellar to liis new residence Christian Grove Meet ing at Slagle is temporarily engaged in his fathers harness brother of Spencer started for home yesterday Dodd left town yesterday Whitehorns have finally settled down on the farm of ed widow of the late Charles expects to visit Algona about the first of of is visiting her Bel according to official has twenty notaries Gear was at Spirit Lake ast week and made a public The speech appears in the teacher in the county will find something to interest him n our special notice Randall of Mason City was up to Algona last week to visit iis son and Ford will attend the ichool exhibition and picnic at Algona PlnfrMoitnt t Standinglulvta iwrolnmn Mr luw niM m llnOnt f amkeiMt imifl liwrtim TranMciit itiuf nfUcrt tic Inioitinn s en i finni forrt nm lulvoitlsom should CARFIELD x voinnv of nlitlT Umilngton TowuV Formerly of lias oimieil M m iiniMiTrv lo Pon all LAND AT REAL ESTATE LOAN Ifivilllf Of TiirPH i lie onlv AlSraif Seneca next Heines new building next door to tho REPUBLICAN office is to 36 one of the best built buildings in Baker ard all of were in own on Monday Watson and family re urned home last Saturday after after a week of pleasure seek ng at popular summer of for nerly of this was greeting old friends in town Palo AUo Loomis has our thanks or one of the most beautiful bouquets that ever graced our fhonld begin to remind bemselves that the fall term of the Jollego opens September A from las been in town the rying to get a room in which to pen up a AUo It f Monday last the infant hild of nnd Jones ied at the home on the and he burial services were held yestor Mitchell conducting the will havo his new shop eady for occupancy in a few Hie second story of the building is o be used as a law office by cool season is almost upon s but an occasional torddjty is bservable when the sun gets tlie ight focus and no clouds greenbackers of this county ill meet in convention on Quite a general representation is Spencer of Sheboygan ft brother of has been rusticating in this understand that Will Pastor of the Baptist Church ntbis isto be a candidate or the office of of The Podge d the Fort Updgs the ivery barn occupied by State publisher a ist of Iowa pensioners receiving ar earages in and we find lor u oHDty tbe for the sum pf Kuhn hus tbreshed her wheat this year and DORLAMD ATTOnVTCVR AKD COUNSKLLOllS AT TAW HANCOCicT rat door Okzler anfl In the latest stylp of the js MATHRis KEEPS nto towa last CLEARY CAULKINS ROBINSON J4 MCETCHIE JOHNSON
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