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Algona Republican (Newspaper) - September 24, 1879, Algona, Iowa DRY SOOTS AND AND ALMOST ANYTHING YOU MAY NOW IS THE TIME At ftvftitv MORfftRu sv HOBTON A Subscription One Ysnr In Montlm in advance JM Tlircfl Mmitlm sn A flOINO 60 7110 SHI 11 MB BTATIONB arrive RANHOttN M 7 00 WlflTtKMORM I IPHVP I 1 8intrii CtTT M i n BUSINESS New Goods I Now Good J Cotmtonk has thorn by the car and only wants a chance to benefit hia patrons by giving thorn rare Dont fail to call on iin before SEPTEMBER That Mass FOB tho last two weeks tho friends of Pinkerton have been raking the county aa with a tine tooth comj to secure for their Peoples Con vention such an overwhelming at tendance aa should paralyzo the op position to their favorite and his opponents to cower in fear beg Cor Handbills scattered over tho length and breadth of tho oiling door people to appear in Algona on Saturday anrl deal one desperate blow at the wicked combination of men who had been bold enough to that Pinkerton must vacate cause and were by him for nearly Chnschllles White My goods arc all in and in shape for My atoclc is completcr than ever and 1 have UHtnnishiuir bargains to ofTiir in DKKSS LADIHS CASMMKKKS and OASSI MICIIES nnd DHY I have also added to my stock of CLOTHING to which I call special I have no old My Goods wortbourhtof ilin heat and I will sell them for just they Uily on my prices anil I guarantee you will value of your get the full 49 5D The finest of Misses and Childrens freshly im can be found at 4051 the ollico hold twelve And the people nobly responded to this clarion that forty of thyin and lira several reasons why these forty cannot bo likened to that other con vocation of forty gentlemen we read about in the Arabian Nights Enter The principal which will readily occur to our lies in the fact that a full dozen of tho party who voted for sheriff at the peoples convention were bold enough and honest cmfUgh to vote against Olcoursu TUB Republican Convention t nominate a candidate for Repre sentative from the 70th wa held in Algona on Thursday last The following delegates wer present Frank J and Larson from Emmet Proutyand Bicknel from Humboldt Brown Kins nnd Henry from Palo Alto and Stacy J Jones Rice and Brayton from Harrison was made chairman and Frank Coll secretar of the Tho name of A Bicknell was presented as th candidate of Frank Uavey as the candidate from Emmet and in addition Vaughn received to these S some votes from Ins own county on the formal ballot The third formal ballot brought ou a majority broiigh and the opponents of were fully awaru of Pinkerton the awful fate which thuy wure led to bvlieve by the demonstrations of Jacks hench men most certainly awaited them whiii the people should get together on But these to the number of forty or mustered up courage snthVient to attend the mass son vention and count the twenty eight NOW your do not say it for ptirchate your fall and winter goods before examin ing Comsicn ks immense 49if Tous Of Upland for which we will pay when delivered at the stations atAl Britt or during the GODDARD One Hundred Overcoats to be sold regardless of cost before New Years Viy 4951 Dry Yankee In everything you may want can be obtained at Joinstocks nl prices which will astonish Farm to The farm of the late Abram Mill in Portland township is offered for rcnt on reasonable Inquire of Hill on tho To whom it may concern The party who told Mathers of Irvington I am a fraud and not of doing his work is a and I can prove Signed White Use the best of White Oil for lighting or heating To be found at 4050 The best brands of that famous Charles Chy Flour for sale at Lang 4050 Notice The regular convocation of Pru dence will be held at UiHr hull on nt ut which time the election of offiieis will take It is do Hired that nil should be on that lirty fists displayed at call by the people of Kossnth County infavor of the peoples favorite candidate for But we one hundred and twentyfive voters assembled in court hall on but as less than one half of these took part in the proceedings at any it is fair to presume i hat the larger portion of the blago was made up of those who cannot properly be termed That esteemed was very appropriately made chairman of the convention by the voice of the twuntyeight Arabian gentlemen whoso dozen compatriots were absent and replac ed by a dozen uncongenial inter Nyoum was made secretary of the and then the people begun to feel in running The first formal show of hinds resulted iu the choice of liist of Irvingtou as a candidate for County the count showing forty nine iu his favor to nine of all This was the largest vote cast aud the result was one the few creditable things done at the peoples convention besides is certainly a most worthy and his principles and practices arc dia metrically iu opposition to those o Jack Pinkerton and his It is dun to himthat we say as wo believe to be that Hist is too upright to be either an apologist or supporter of Pinker Pettibone of Algona and Hinton of Lous Creek township were nominated for At this point in the proceedings the people must have demanded release from the restraint imposed upon them by their cooler ami more judicious for right here was brought out the very matter which the people hnd been called together to carry the nomination of Pnikarlon for And the people there to perform nomination was miidu unanimous ot motion of Frank Mr Jicknoll wan culled out and thanke the members of the convention in modest little Frank Davey as the chief competitor of liick noil in the was eallec out and indorsed tho nomination ii a ringing speech of five minutes which he hearty sup port of the Itepublifans of Emmet and prophesied the indorse ment of Bifknell the polls ii The best of feeling pre and the nanvass is enteret upon with the fines AT the Convention Greenback Senatorial held in Spencer last Kossnth County was repre seined by Blaokford and C Wallace of this town was placed iu nomination as a can didate for the office of Senator from this 49th district of This certainly was a nomination eminently fit to be for Wallaite isan honest and consistent advocate of the greenback has made sacrifices ia the interest if the nnd is worthy to repre sent the 49th district in the councils of the Wallace was a good republican until he became a and has a good record as a soldier in the War of the Re bellioiij He was four years Clerk of Courts in Kossuth and invested all his salaiy and more in building and operating factories iu this 1 he failure in tho cheese markets da operated to disappoint greatly in the returns on his but the county has been immeasurably bcni fitted by his encouragement of the dairy his party friends honored him with tho nomination o some lucrative county they would have conferred a favor upon a most worthy and the county would have been benefitted by his As it curtain stares him and his party friends in the and the end will be noth ing but the empty honorof bearing the party standard through a brief at the residedco of her hus in Cresco Kossutli puerperal fevei beloved wife o HAS RECEIVED HIS SltCOND INVOICE OP Spring and Summer Styles of DRY WALL A FULL LINK OP 75C 80 90C Programme for The The following is the programme agreed upon for the government of the county agricultural fair which opens today 24TH This clay will be devoted to receiv ing and arranging animals and articles for Entries will be closed promptly at 10 At this classes and of Division A will be publicly exam and passed upon by their re spective At 1 classes and of Division A will be para andpassed upon by pounds for I Goods as Low as any Store in Northern O1TE TO and Goods Represented JUST AS THEY the At 3 tendent of Division out class 5 for trials follows by the Snperin call A of IOWA LANDS IOWA FARMS ACRES AND ON GREAT INDUCEMENTS OFFERED TO SETTLERS AND By the Secrrtury und Emigrant ACRES of this IjANt are Located in KOSSUTH the BANNER STOCK DAIRYING COUNTY IN THE of this Land is GRASS Ac SOIL RICH BLACK THREE Jlimate No Eain or Mud ia Irat little One RAILROAD Through the and a good prospect of another very pay This County has very popular HERD and all stock is under the care of Hence no expense for except for Herding Stock costs 75 cents for Cattle and SJ for Horses for the Goon GOOD GOODS Where Why At of and at piicoB which will astonish yon for 15tf I would respectfully solicit 11 share of Up public All fits Shop over Weary Uaujkins slore south ot the public lHf loans Ymlteal Kslafe apply to KQSSUTII COUNTY is Ueckart has upward of brick for Ulve hloi JOOD the of everything anci deolines to Ii9ve any truiok with poor Try bira and see for of being counted Twelve people for I have kiln of Brick whioh 1 offer for dollars per 46tf 1 at six We telj 40 go to and look over hia 019 49 See the WsHero fat organ is the tM their least eight of the people were there aud had the satisfaction didnt seem to know what was ex pected of them scattered votes among other This was theorowniiig performance of the but it was evident enough that the of Hist felt no interest it and so declined to Aftoi interest auil tho tiling ran on at a poor dying rate until MoGetohie was nominated for Audilort J HSaunders for Super intendent of McCoy for and Clark for Sur what a showing was this for two weeks of appeaiiug to the multitudes of Piijkerious eitthu friends in Kossuth These friends were finally gathered in a peoples convention called in the interest of their and when a show pf hands is demanded twenty and are found favor ye Gods Fi JSadal gave readings before small iu College Chapel and the Court House on Monday aud Tuesday evenings of this The enter thoggh perhaps uot fully juatjfyiog dal U H wbJbb Na of Augusta De and only duugh tar of aud o this Parsons was born in Merre Deleware Got but has been a residen of this county for the last fourteet She was united in marriage to De May 1874 and leaves a little 2 Ii years of as the offspring of a peculiarly congenial She for weeks before her to have a feeling that she would noi survive her but was sub missive aucl cheerful to the Her painful sickness lasted through one but she bore up through it all without a word of restraining every expression whiol might convey to those around hei the extent of her She died in perfect aa if reposing iu the arms of Him who died to nave Parsons had a large cir ele of friends arid acquaintances from whom her untimely death has called forth expressions of genuine The tuneral services were held at the residence of il Pursuits on Sunday Mitchell con ducting the A very large concourse of friends were iu attend and accompanied the husband and relatives to tho place ol in t4te Irvingtoo we must in a large certain ly deserving of a larger audience lisa aouorJed is eaproUHy 904 i liie YWilBd ejLBuwt the Vbe tow WMjiflK m 10 in voice 10 for hU it 9ft h talk in some quarters of reviving the Library an institution formerly occupied a prominent place in the attention of the people of It ooniiec lion with this suggestion has beep made which we think ought to re ceive the approval of every is tlitrt thjB library qf the Association be donated to the Won Wsdoupl tbjuk there to object to the library U of no earthly sccount to the members of the Association under the present aus The aoj Ujere is no revenue ayorijing for pur cbajta of only js 4eeply interested iij library n4 he dfljjbj vote to have it ojoated The Plub oare for ths of people tbit toe ever did the This Company has decided to REDUCE THE PIUCB of their Best Lands o to per Acrjo to Actual Bcttlors during the year For nrther call on or address in We make our own Collars and Warrant them to give HAWKS Leather Btore and our stock HARNESS and SADDLERY and Plastering ENAMEL GURRY COMBS double owned in the county by one by single horse or mare owned in the by single horsn or mate owned in the Through error in the published premium the first prize in these trials of speed was made instead of as was in Competitors will please note this At 10 Class of Division will be paraded for examination by and this pa rade will be immediately followed by exhibitions of equestrianship by lady At 2 trials of speed running and trotting for the sweepstake purses of Class A will be made under the direc tion of the superintendent of that Judges of all classes from Class 9 upward should make their ex aminations and awards in time to report to their superintendents be fore uoon of of the Cerro Gordo is inclined to read the Republicans of Kossuth County a lecture for going outside the party for some of the candidates on the county Captain Lu cas is not as well acquainted with our circumstances in this county as we who are directly oth erwise he might give us a The fact ihat one of the most important offices is being held by a professed Republican who prostitutes his official position to the most corrupt Our courts are made instruments of injustice and oppression by this official and liis and property official ly held in trust is diverted from its proper and appropriated to the private use of thin official and his Now the honest men of the Republican party have found years of experience in the that this corrupt official cannot be removed from office without the aid for sheriff of K Hsuih is n of the State of He c me to Wisconsin in 1848 and law with the law firm of Haskell A Guppy of n ItSi he came to northeanteni Iowa ntnl located in and iiftcr entered into the mercantile business in In of 1808 h came to nounty nrnl is now a successful stock grower mid ry Frink is a man who makes no pretentious lint at tends strictly to his own except when culled upon to acl in public In ing business for the public IIP exer cises the coolest and and while he does not ll list himself forward offensively as a his counsels are always received with respect and gem i ally adopted by his His ability to transact the business of the sheriffs offiuo as that business should he is universally while his honesty is almost proverbial among his ac quaintances and given assurance that monies corning into his hands will reach the parties to whom they be Frinks election is assured if the friends of an honest administration of the sheriffs office do their simple TUB crowd in town Saturday last and the life and bustle upon our1 streets and in business upon places wer pfteli nrfll rsipiit BUI mwevt fnralhglttfmutrtldiif M eitits a smmrn in nonparid JaTOritfrs fioin fnWRti ndvertlsert nffinfn for Ciil nnnleil jiy remit tunees lor ilie fllld nr JAMES pHVHtOIAN nnl I tdv K pHYSICfAN Pfftch ort Fordi next lnor hi mints Pofffl Cmiicr of StfttO ntlc Thorhigton i MN AVD Htntlonmx nolilnp nppusltn ronrt J fit TINTS Formerly of oppnrrt MI offlci OverSheetz Drug Jin be to wwlt upon al wblf AGT8f ATTORNEY AT REAL ESTATE 1ND LOAN AQENT Ptihllc ami n an KimlH loiifjnt nnd VnHlnnlar P i HIP pMvlntr of for AMtrnpt of to Kstatp In Koymtli irfnt for the nd riioiiilx Insurance Algoua indicative of a relaxation from driving work in the harvest field am on the And thuy inijca tive of more than They shov that the improvement in the lime which has been for soine montl s observable in the cities and manu cetrres has reached the towns and prairie farms of the Went and is bringing cheer to all and conditions of We are on the eve of a boom in most heartily and gratefully to be TUB Palo Alto Pilot inquires What can he thought of a after being in office for mon five years and portion of this period holding two besides one or two townshi all by the grittm ol thi toclesert his partyand attempt to defeat its be they saw te nominate another man for one of these positions Perhaps an opin ion on point from Pinkerton would be interesting if not instruc A Floral Hall and Secy V Office has been erected on the Fail and other improvements have been The grounds have been cleared of weeds and under brush and the track put in the very best possible In this work of improvement President Wilson has been ably seconds b Reed o Ford Willard of the honest men of other It is unnecessary to explain to an outsider why this is without dis Under these and believing serves party best who serves his country the Republicans of Kossuth in convention agreed to drop political differences where such differences are not really in snd to cooperate with the honest men of all parties to secure a much needed reform in local af And that these representa tive stalwart Re were as much in earnest in consenting to this combination for reform as they or any body of Republicans have been in any par tisan work of the last ten was evinced by their hearty vote and unanimity at the county Had Luoas been a resident of this county and a member of our Republican we have ton wuoh respect for his honesty to be lieve that he would have opposed entering into the combina The The ladies of the Monday Olub are again serving the public by eu gaging the services of that most popular of for 4 lecture on ty D S and All these gontletfifirare entitled to of the asKooituiin for their labors in behalf of the SOME of the lower departments of the public school are crowded never nud it hus beeii found necessary to arrange so as to excuse certain classes of pupils from at tendance through a portion of each This has been found especially necessary in the 1st primary depart ruent tausjht by Miss Frazwr and in whioh upward of sBVHnty pupils ar alreaiv and in the depart raent taught by Miss Mary Smith in which about sixty are WE judge frwnihe sipck of goodn being brought ia by our that these entorpriding are expecting a bHsincss boom extraordinary proportions in near and so have pr themselves for that pleasing They read of the timed as we an to be favored with aqoh trade as never has been about as near COMPLETE as Also 39 OILINOan Anything can be in this We use and Friday evenings of this Sanford visited our town some two or three years and to hose wlio had the pleasure of listening to hinj at no word of praise fron us is IT W The Colonel hat been great traveler and a olpse observ of men and bj has the peculiarly happy faculty of present ing hw sqbjeota jB pJefttiog and humorous To miss the of Thursday and Friday a mealing ot the Trustees of klgona College M Talmun of a member of thtt Wi gonu on Friday AdT el Ainerloin Hfcj p laiuls Office west i DORLAND ATTOnXKVS ACT AT vntnrlpi Pnlillc and rollpctloni ittPndcd examined and mid for nnd x renfial f Loan and follpntlon Offlca ad door up stilrs over Kossuth t i MERCHANTS 500ns Wnstdoor iJ Watsons Statp pwt of Spe nrtvt CLEAR Y West Hfatn KeniuUt V See Crockery ih See ROBINSON ctc stiue Snntltvrrat O Stnto and Sec Mh ElSt Slate MGETCHTe ION BEATERS ft Ti tB Rpe urtvK Sign Glazier KBKPH HK8T OP HOBSE8 AND vntt VwaeoKJi IffieutowyeS JOWl Bongay TRY ffTfT tfrtmii MA AIM OwUwrtlm IVfBrtrt CABINETMAKER log report ol tUe j0 Vaughn and bruises to both these gentle eiriwiiar oa evenings will be Messrs met with owe day
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