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   Algona Republican (Newspaper) - September 17, 1879, Algona, Iowa                                CAK BE MAO fen ALMOST AMY MOW is votra TIME TO SAVE fUgona 8VKHt WfcfiRltf MOItNlHO ftY KORT01T Stttiscflfitlott f In ftdvfttteel Bit Mohllm In nilvitnje loo Thrss Months ftp tfnntc affect 178T tlM sa 7110 OlM 11 15 3 leave leave f 1 arrive SIBINDS TUB closing season of the Normal Itnstitnte was held in Court House the change of the place of meeting being suggested by the un usually interesting character of the Yeomnns of Fort candidate of the democratic party for the office of Gover nor of spoke on the subject of politics in Court House hall on Fri day evening His BUSINESS sjg the main feature of one n t tfit was made up of about equal nnm IS WM9 of aud rulge on the Philosophy of wuha gprinklillg of At the hour named the hall was well Yeomans was introduced by filled by teachers and citizens and started out delay in the completion I fl crjtjcjsm of the financial of a blackboard diagram the tho republican party entered upon the discussion of hts About onehalf the evening wat interesting confining his atRiven to tne advocacy of nimon pure tention to the history of political greenback The last half parties in the United ComLf tne was a defense of the Attention jmencing with doctrine and the rebe We are yet longwny from the and a denunciation o possession of n full list of the Hamilton and the other leaders of lhe election laws which the rebe aoldieru of the Warof the Rebellion the the speaker traced Brigadiers and their northern now residing in Kossuth tho descent through all the succeed80nght to repeal or nullify during but intend keeping tho books open inglgcnerations until the present day the extra weHsion of T until the list is Either of two great political reprethose who had had the pleasure o come in to the office sented by two great Hatning to Yeoraans while a3 and give ns a verbal statement or though changing in name from a the effort of bv mail your where and to time as dictated by Friday evening was a great du ne of Company were yet the same in their That effort was plai enlisted and name of Company and what army served in and what important battles engaged when discharged and rank at that Of Upland for which we will pay when delivered nt the stations at Britt or during the GODDAIID Notice to BridffO Bids for Hie job of grading the bottom at the bridge near on the Al gonn and Fort Dodge will be re wired at the Auditors in to when the work will bo let to the lowest responsible In formation will be given by me las ap ain SV fiUVIMQ SOODS THE WAV IS TO season for conventions has KOSSUTH SEPTEMBER MAS RECEIVED Ul9 SECOND INVOICE OP Spring and Summer Styles of DRY WALL case of extrome cruelty the treatment of an adopted child has come to light within the past few find hits excited a feeling of intense indignation on the part of our On Saturday a girl of eleven set in with nome oVgree of in this section of tho promises to rage up to the 14th A PULL LINK OF trolling aims and ThusL labored devoid of enthusiast we have the party of evidently with the feeling o in the represented in the speaker that his cause was hop the founding of the new Republic less and that he was doing himse by the Federal later by the an injustice to espouse The news and later yet by the Refrom Maine and just re publican parly of and the doubtless had a dishearten Tories appearing under the succcsrlng effect upon but give titles of Hewe have too much respect for bin publicans and TheLroad sense and too tender a regard J 1 1 J Notice to Notice is hereby given that scaled bids will be recciral m the County Auditors tip to for putting two coittn nl paiul on the outside and root ol Court Any iitftirnmiiofi re lecture was rendered the more inter esting nnd convincing by frequent reference to a very ingenious and it was enlivened by reminiscen ces of groat political We understand that Eldridge is soon to isxue an elaborated and care fully prepared work on the political history of this This work will be tho result of many years of nnd we do not doubt that it will contain much to simplify and throw light upon thenubjoct AT tho closing session of the Kossuth County Normal tho following were 8 to J3TAPPLES30 pounds for Goods as Low as any Store in Northern who has been living with an Algona ran away rom her adopted and endeav red to get away from town on a but she WAS and her story coming to a charge was preferred against and he was The was held yesterday before Jus ice Coolbangh appear ng for the and Taylor or the The result a verdict of guilty by the jury the mposition of a fine of The instances were mainly by of the brutal treatment being shown court on the childs The evidence showed that Hunt hac burnt the childs tongue with cans Prank of ropped in a few nmtnpnts Monday Yom him we learned hut thp HP inhlicans of inVcrton in their ronvptition rdav by endorsing This action Pink rton from the Vanahn ptoo o manner of in Rpprpppnta ive the dplfirnfion howe r being readers should not notice mlvrtiip ment of the sale of fnrnif in our special applying parlv somo rare bar rains may doubtless be We are sorry to hear from Bersstadt that he intends removing bo Chicago vpry soon with his fam for his record as a union soldier believe him heartily in earnest his laudation of the men who fought him in front and in the rear during the war of the very men as a republican stump has time and again de nounced as traitors worthy of death or Yeomans is pos sessed of that magnetism and innate goodfellowship which must make him an tfiective advocate where his sympathies are fully to his we say they are not in this political JAMES TVRtOIAN snA Vi9i Denier In Carter TliorlngUm Afff of SMli ANH r Mnohlnn THorlnjtort OppoiltO and will npunsiblc By Hie requat of innny pixreats and 1 will organize a clusa al tlu College tomorrow Im initruciliin in Omiuinnuil or Buxinoss Iurniii lor twelve Irittons I will irnunize the plnce morrow tvt A fin children nmi Terms for twelve lessons of one hour encli I jriinninliM Improve mtiii if iilciid ut the and oilier plnucK in Iw Urose That the teachers of KoHsuth recommend to the to require a higher grade of standing for u buliiving that it will be beneficial tu iliu icitulierH ns well us tin schools uf the tonohcrs it will lo all in nir power to iiiilltl the iiliuving lluit by doing will limi tor our AtCmm II inst Ilnll TliurstUy ticinu llu nvcnitifi ut the siicond clay ol the ol ninnic for the TicUuls only 50 A Invitation extentletl I Bout and Woodworih keeps tlabest and mlls thn of any man in Call and see for 20tf ffsolntioiis were seconded by ifil discussion in Ail A purlicipsiKil ly AloPhersim iinl The prevailing senti mtiil developed was favorable to At the residence o Wednes day by Bowyer to Miss Nellie all of A pnrty assembled by invi tation to witness the celebration if The ceremony was bvif and the obrgyman judiciously mnitted the obnoximiH word Oongraiulations and later evening refreshments were served youne couple received a number of bpantifiil and valuaole which wiwill not undertake to The gathering was in enjoyiihle in nil Tinbride looked her whiih is the highist we could O2TE FUXCE TO and Goods Represented JUST AS THEY IOWA For IOWA I FARMS GREAT INDUCEMENTS OFFERED TO By Emigrant I ITATtTFORD HEO Secretary and f 70 OOO ACRES of this are Located in the BANNER STOCK DAIRYING COUNTY IN THE The child is especially brigh and and her case ha elicited the liveliest I default of his Hunt is in friends of Sheriff Pinkerto are using one very weak argutnen in favor of the reelection of tha They say that there ar certain things in the sheriffs office essential which no one but Jack himself can straighten out and that therefore it is absolutely necessary hat he should be retained in office or the next two Now there s no legitimate business in the sher offs office which should not be in a condition for settlement as well by one competent person as and when it becomes necessary to ceep any man in office to have the jueinesa of that offiue straightened it is high time for an investiga lion of the affairs of that Af ter twelve years of experience in the sheriffs it would seem to the average voter that any officer should ne well enough posted in his duties to require no extension of time to straighten out his official We have no doubt that further time is needed by Sheriff but this very if it be a is ex cellent ground for retiring him from the sheriffs to be n ritizrn of WP run ill nffbrd to lose such men as of tbo Lndips has oppnnd hor popular millinery ostabliRhmerit for thp fal anil displays to th wonnVrinsr eyes of visitors a stok of to fcmininp haniiinpss hpriolf on hpr trip CBTIYIostof this Land is Jte GTtAITSr SOIL RICH BiACEC THREE Climate No Bain or Mud in tut little One BAILKOAD Through the n srood prospect of another very Formerly of ttftnfa Over Drug e will he In watt upon att Whn t A TTOTtNEY AT REAL ESTATE ftNC LOAM Notary Pnhtte find ttJat Klntf of nil Fnrtlniiiar tlnn ulvpn to florrfptlnt unrt anil tint Paylnir nf tnr HiiJ tho ontv rntnulPtc Ahfrnot of Title to Katatrfn Kmmitli forttitf nnd Flioentx trtsiirnnee to Onr lady friends will he pleased rn Ipnrn thnt hnsdpfilsd to rptnain in Algona for nn indefinate period Carri Thompson remains with We publish this week th ntlfs and regulations of the Konsuth County Agricultural gov prning the conduct of the annual WP have a sheets of the Premium List and Rules for diptri mtion amoncr officers of the society and superintendents of and those cnn be obtained by oalling at the TJitPUBUrAV Entries of exhibits can be at this office at any time after Friday morning ASKVT Xniprlcnn Tmlrr t clicap omce tfert Hen DORLAND ATTOHJfKVS AXD AT nrimmtly iittrodeil Titinrt Tlflei pxstnfneif nrl Taxes paid for nnrt Koneral nnil Collrrtlon hiislntss Office 2d door up stairs nvgr KomBitn t DRV Wft doof Watsons See DUY Stnte unst of Sec of Ilumholdt received the Greenback nnd Marcjnette and of Fort GOOD GOODS Where Why of and at pi ices which will astonish you for 15tf I would respectfully solicit a share of the public All fits Shop over Cleary Canlkins store south ot the public 16tf the eltViilioii of the staiidttrd ol One argu Never It is a fact that Wood worth is selling goods at marvelously low They were never before so low in this Woodworth can be inquired of at the New York 86tf French 83tf Buys a Calf Hard Pan pair boots of at to For loans on Heal Estate a KOSSUTH COUNTY BAN y to 187 infill brought forward in support of lhis policy wan thai by raining the qualification the ranks of applicants for euhools would bu possussing the minimum quulifica lion dropping out and censing to come into competition on equal terms with touchers of the largest experience and highest Wo believe that the theory of the first resolution is the proper one govern the action of our Superin When of candi dates for positions in our schools is largely in excess of lhe as seems to be the case at the should grant certificates to but few more than are needed to teach the There is no justice in commissioning alike the competent and the experienced and and giving them a start on an equal with the chance of getting schools about equal between and there is no proper consideration for the jood of tha schools in the latter being sisters of were and togiiiher with thw above mentioned visitors from started for that place on Thursday returning on Monday They will board for the present with whose boarding we retains its oldtime pay county convention is called for next Saturday in Court House but it is still undecided wheth er that convention shall be controll ed by the people or the demo As a general thing the dem ocrats are quite well satisfied with the candidates already in the or at any rate this is the feeling among a majority of demo crats who favor a change and a reform in the 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 nomination for representative from the 76th district attha EmmPthbuig convention last McCau ley was formerly a nnd it H just possible thnt he may be en dorsed by the democrat convention of next Should he he so he will make a strong run CLEARY DltY West State See Btntff mn VJT ROBINSON State See in the strong cnn Sheriffs get control of But if the the as popularityThe nowly wedded pairj rurllier call on or address Tlis Company lias decided to REDUCE THE PUIOE of their Must Lands to to per Aero to Actual Settlers during the year For they may if they the slate has betn fixed up by a few of our towns men who are supposed to know what the peoplewant better than they know Pinkertons and none but a hope to succeed Soiittiwent rumor Mtate and See Heckart has upward of brlckfor Give ulm a 47tf GOOD the best of everything and declines to have any truok with apoor arti Try him and see for account of removal I will sell one Howe sewing one ono picture 32 by 34 representing Banyans one ThVg Sooot commentary on the rooking parlor and cooking after 2 oclock any eouth ot 44f House Jhave 4 Brick which i offer for per I it BUTTER OH COMMISSION good ot toe scnoois in BUUU By complying with the resolutions the may interfere with the plans of some whose views of economy reqnire the tfaohers to be but the interests of true economy io education will be su served THS senior had the pleasure of visiting the home and farmof Supe visor Rutherford on Friday of la The supervisors farm is in the southern part of Irvington town and is at present well located for dairying and utock growing the herding advantages being molt Rutherford are natives of but oarae to this county many years They resided in Hew York Uity for a nwwber of and came from there RoMiith county something over a years They took very kindly to notwithstanding their lack of perienoe in this field of Ubor and Rutherford become such an adept at tusking batter unce are the recipients of the hearty con gratulations and good wishes of pur entire Bowyer has been a resident of Algona some thing less than two but this time has not been too short for him to gain the esteem and confidence of our nor has it been two limited to enable him to win the hand of one of the prettiest and most accomplished young ladies in our Os Thursday and Friday of next week is to bo held the annual Fair of the Kossuth Agricultural The society has been to considerable expense in enlarging and fitting up its and it is hoped that the improved will induce a much larger exhibit than ever before in the history the The financial condition of the society is such as to warrant us in saying that its premiums will be paid w full as soon after the close of the fair as the lists can be made And now n2v7 Wo make our own Collars ami Warrant them to give Satisfaction HA WES Leather Btorei and our stock s HARNESS and SADDLES friends will control that convention if they but it instill undecid d whether they will nominate their avorite or put in nomination a hird man to divide the John Brown of the north ern part of Algona Township was stricken down with palsy on Thurs and is still in a pre carious Brown had seen injured by the running away of his and wa on his way to the house when his wife met and it was her excitement and the fright resulting from the sight of his bleeding head which brought on this paralytic What makes tho case still further complicated is the fact that the mind of the afflict ed woman is affected equally will tier Garfield is attending cheese market is moving on the up grade just and there i a good prospect for a further eleva tion before winter sets Durinj against him as a Democratic Representative Convention for the 7tHh District will meet in the Court House in Al gotia on Friday next at 2 oclock The Senatorial convention of this party will meet in Emmets burg on Saturday We nre in debted to Pettibone for the following list of delegates from Kossuth County to these conven ions FARM Mlntiosotn Un aced Oil Kiuil Stnte GIUMItON KEAPBRS Vlbrota Hurta am T Li thn See IIET TI IbT G3 House Sign T etfVjj I AH work done Ht prlces to suit thBj Ruther and In the latest stylo Joseph Thomas ex the David Wewis 88 8T new ths prices They are giving their dairy wg and cattle and already bay a itosk qf eighty fross begin ning feur Thtry we desire to say that no agricultural fair can a success without the assistance and cooperation of farmers and the general There is hardly a farmer in the who has not or ought not to something on his either vegetable or superior in some one w points as to warrant its being brought out for exhibition at an agricultural And sii the dajrymen should hibit their manufactures in butter Ar cheese or the result of their efforts to improve their stock The dairy and farm exhibits at the coming fair should be numerous and of a decidedly superior In fruit the exhibit aught ta be as compared to that of former and may bje as would be able older countries of southern elimeiu Jp jhort the fair can be made a great success if the friends will do wsl M they way a ooe mare ing ta Johnson missed from her apcustomed SADDLERY FtY and Plastering ENAMEL CURRY COMBS the lasttwo weeks there has been rise of two cents per and re ports concur in placing the receipt of slock at the trade centers at great reduction under that of form er The decreased manu facture iu the eastern part of tb country is the result of a serious and long continued aud the poor prospect of a market has furthar re duced the product over the whole The prospect is certainly very ohearing to Wallace lieed of this April ponnds of Is about as near COMPLETE as Anything can be in this PAINTERS and PaperHangers Programme ot Educational TO DB AT FORENOON by Coopernliiin of School Offi General Compulsory Edu See 3UAQLE TB oiVI i Miislo IMsoiifl Terms i per niwrtor jf 4 with HUB pt Platto for ininHn 3hn Is liiulily recommended by lot Fort 27Tli IJVJ1R7 LAMB KBKPS HK8T OF HORMBH AND j Remarks by the class rawHiigen token tq any purt oC o Aiintin the Kuivt dtys Report ot Bw NabrMkJ1 AFTKHNOON Singing A Letter to the Louisa Essay Heading of by Volunteer Keport of All are Invited to attend and taXe part In the ProvUion been made for eDWrtaining vjsliora from a dis who may favor tlmir anutll of southeast pt CABINET HIMDB 0V FWBW nivhyOnrrl Work anl I Barclay adilreused the teachers of lhe Institute on Thursday eveuhng Also as Cheap REPAIRING HABNJJSS a of Humboldt the nominee of the Utf Greenback Representative Conven of The lecturer drew a p the model teacuer wliicb liiylily aaaress followed the declamation of several liy Prol wliicli wtw in turn followed by wliicji JasicU till a late Calvin tve an elocu tionary entertainment College eveiiinj MuiHlfrsoflJjB Normal JwHtute were tylmitiod Ciee nod rtsil ffl wtrwardmiMf BOWYEU7 which knew he no wore for several tfawa for flaw the in de of rwvjveciug big vaJusQli by any other oame to offloa wpBly bajadbillit wd their Lewis SBW VOBJfc outsiders were taken In cans a and TUe vre MoUauley was gave a TUe alimnesg n not at the convention which gave ed by tue I act that tUtre was a him the own i tbut spokea of by tUosein know that bis name would atteption to the annoiaoemfnt w IRS We do ot urge this against his And in our only ob jection to him is his Us ia evidsntly iftt and Greenbaokers all over the dietrtet in HUB will support hiw gladly North of bat nope 185 oitisen of county in scsrcb of of the right kiod of stuff for a successful for he rode over a CMW and ii taking the same mode ol that te way wit big w id Ibe WM   

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