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   Algona Republican (Newspaper) - October 8, 1879, Algona, Iowa                                AND SHOES ANb ALMOST ANYTBUNG ELSE YOU MAY NOW IS BUYAT Algona ttftMSWJMJ ItvKJif MOKNINU nv HQRfOW A Subscription tine Year In advance Months In advance i oo three Months tinndvnnec fo VIII BUSINESS Pop StUn or I will Belt my store and goods or exchange for stock or improved 512 Gloves and The largest and best stock of Gloves and Mittens of all kinds ever brought into Algonn can be found at 10O Just received by Wood and to bo sold out at a sac rifice before Now 5162 NewGoods New Goods Cbrastock has themby tho and only wants a benefit liis patrons by giving them runs Dont fail to call on him before 40tf oar chance to Plain I am prepared to do kinds of plain Terms and satisfaction 51tf Elm Awiully Prints from 5 cents to 8 cents per yard at 5112 The finest line of Misses and Childrens freshly ir can be found at 4951 NOW say it for your do not purchase your fall and winter goods before examin ing Corastoeks immense 40tf Settle I must have a settlement those who are owing MTJSljs the and dont you lW Uvery Sarnl Liv and Keeps best of Ilorwes ancl first clans Car Passengers taken to any part of the Terms low and Location just south of the Bongey House on Thor ington JOHN Restaurant and Peter Winkel lias purchased the State Itestaunmt and Bakery ancl will possession ationt Hie 22nd of tins He intends fitting up and stock ing the establishment in the latest and most approved anil will bo able to furnish hia patrons with the bost broad and with all kinds of fruits in their SKHSOIK and other goods and notions usually found in a flrst class ros will be kept on hand by Nubias aud All shades and colors of at Oomstooks 51t2 One Hundred Overcoats to be sold regardless of cost before Now Years by 4051 Dry Yankee In fact everything you may want can be obtained at Oomstooks at prices which will astonish 40tf Farm to The farm of life late Abram Hill in Portland township ia ottered for rent on reasonable Inquire of Hill oh the GOOD GOODS Where Why at of and at prices whichwillastonish you 15tf See Here Veal Veal OaU and Stoga at prices which defy competition and will last a good part of a oan be found at 80tf r Brick I Ihwe kiln of A Brick which 1 offer fpr sale B dollars per 48tf We tell ypu to gp to and look over hia stpsk his goods before price No of the fine flaypred and exUiUeratiug beverage should fitil to try ihe uucolgred and colored Japan Tea to be found at 50tf GOOD keeps the bogt ef everything and to have aoy truck with a poov arti Try him and see for voma respectfully of public All fits Shop over Cleary gtore south ot the 6 of 47tf keput tf m y KOSSUTH OCTOBER In justice to myself and also those who took part in tho republican con I desire to correct ami set aright some of tho statements of VVest Side His desire to know how any republican could vote the ticket put in tho field by tho re publican so and tho anxiety for pure and un adulterated republicanism that he is seldom seen in one so Such fealty to if is surely His wail for Lotta Creek and her van quished Goodrich are not easily for Tho fact Goodrich was not sold but dealt and defeated by a man up to the day of the did not think pf being a candidate and Goodrich know before tho assembl ing of the convention that his show was slim for a One would think that the convention had done some one a great wrong that a bargain had been made and all It Was understood that wo would indorse tho call made to and that But here is where the shoo If West Sidera patron had been we could have fill ed up with democrats arid green and tailed the ticket off with tho and ho with the rest ofthe howlers could have swallowed it without a It is needless to remark that VVest Side is one of Pinkertons and that tells its own story and ho shows tho whole gist of his argument when he says that twelve years of services is evidence that ho is a boss and of course ho should have the office for Now I am a friend tp and can see much in him to as did many that ho has had the oflice long and because wo failed to give him our we are and Pinkerton ofl with all his republicanism into that louiouratio peoples or peoples democratic ao eepts their nomination and affiliates with sore headed demo and and leaves poor West Side in a worse plight than But I will wager a box of cigars that West Side oan stand tho One year ago Rutherford came within one vote of getting tho re publican and was put up by democrats and Who did it Republicans aud ho an out andout Four years ago Phillip Dorweilor was nominated and elected by he voted for Two years ago on the republican was defeated by on the democratic Who did it You nee how things have been done West Side will see things differently on the 1Hh of I a west side by LOTTS Editors Republican liimy letter to the of last I did not intend to cast any reflections upon underestimate his chances of From what I can learn believe much stronger today than before tho He will carry his own township by a fousing For the benefit of our Democratic and Greenback patrons who are without partisan organs in Kossutli wo give below tho state district tickets of these respec tive parties GREENBACK 8TATE For Daniel of Clark For of morning Mitch 11 returned from Sioux where iio has been in attendance upon the annual session of tho Confer anoe of Northwestern From liini wo huve received information which will bo of interest to a large number of our Mitchell returns to tho Algona pas torate for another Brown retains his position as Pre siding Elder of Algoua Thornburg is Franklin returns to Wesleys pastor last is recommended to a New York coiv Bascotn returns to nnd Jamioson goes to Tho Conference elected of tho Fort Dodge to bo its min isterial delegate to tho General Conference which meets next and Algona College was appropri ately recognized by tho choice of Ford as reserved lay delegate to that distinguished The College received very cordial in dorsement in tho report of tho com mittee on and the policy of enforcing the collection of endow ment interest was warmly We hope to have tho resolutions for publication next Tuesday is the day of and a good many people will look forward to that 24 hours with a feeling of intense not to say to know tho re There will bo a lively demand for news from tho respective town and especially from Greou wood tho following nobody ever longs for news from Greenwood with a greater or in general receives it with pro founder satisfaction than And wo desire to impress upon the voters of the several precincts tho desir ability that the result of tho vote be made known at Algoua as early on Wednesday as Some person from each voting place should take it upon himself to perform the servico of bringing in the and its publication will bo hastened ac We expect to delay next weeks edition of the RJJIUIILIUAN until tho result on all ofliccs is of Davis For of Public of Polk For Senator 49ttt John of Fpr Representative 7Qtli of HumboMt OQUNT7 Do For of of Webster We are frQw lea of g full ai i ojjka War of Senior takes the liberty of making tho following announce inont tho residence of Stough in on Wed nesday by Milton Junior editor of the Algona to Miss Kato of this In deference to the modesty of the which modesty he is possessed to tho usual superlative editorial refrain from any allusions to the merits of the voting fraction of the pair whose wo hero Of his chosen life we can say that she is all that could be wished for in an editors aud that is saying The newly mar ried couple had their home arranged for immediate and are now wrestling with the problems of The Senior unites with the many friends of and Starr in wishing them many years of happy wedded announcement of tho can didacy of Victor Stongii for re election to tho oflioo of County Auditor in too late last week for editorial and indeed there seems to be uo particular ne oessity for remarks on our es pecially considering the multiplicity of and the assured safe ty of the public interests no matter which of tho gentlemen prominent ly nanjed for tie position shall suc ceed at the In simple justice to it to be said that nobody doubts his fitness for the or questions bis standing as a man and a Ills administra tion of tho Auditors office for the two terras has been thy in the highest We un he takes the field contrary to his deference to the jspressecl wish of many friends throughout tho N tlte dealer who purchased Wallace fc speaks in very high terras the quality of the cheese mam turoa in the branch factories of Tfee fsct L paid ijhe very of tha market two carloads purchased by hin evidence iu itself that he considers the quality oj the very bat the voluntary and hearty rQoomiaendn tian of SQ good a judge aud careful buyer an he pay greatly to the credit of the But the qf this for had been firmly established long before thjs certificate of character from The two parloadi shipped for the Liverpool wJa mm of will liw4OTOjti dra from the oea4i4apy fo Sher COMSTOCK Has Received for the Fall Trade an Unprece dented Stock of ippropriation of from fund to aid the Kossuih Agricultural Society in clearing and mproving the fairgrounds and en losing the same with a board Wo have given some reasons for bo iovingit the part ot wisdom to en jourage tho work of agricultural ocieties by financial assistance of kinrl while yet a society is weak and is nobly struggling fov an ox and now we desire to call vhich each taxpayer will be called ipon t asked Do not fail to call and see Goods as Low as any Store in O2TE TO and Goods Represented JUST AS THEY IOWA LANDS I t IOWA 5 FARMS AND OM GREAT INDUCEMENTS SETTLERS AND By Ataeriean Ssaigxaat 1 Sucixtiiry mid ACRES of this JuVXD arc Jjocatccl in BANMER STOCK DAIRYING COUNTY IN THE this Land is F SO1LRBCH BLAOJC THREE Climate No Rain or Kudin but little One RAILROAD Througli tiic anil a good pvoHitcct of another very pay This County lias very popular HERD and all stock is under the care of Hence no expense for exceptfor or twelve cents from a quarter section if tho amount were to be eyied against lands But even small sum will be reduced by tho part which the personal property of the county will be required to so the objection to the appro priation on account of tho burden to payers is completely swept WE have a last word to say to he voters of Kossnth county before the election of next We liave been earnest in our opposition to the reelection of a county and in our earnestness have made charges which would subject us to severe punishment if not well found We again declare those charges well founded and challenge invest Our interest in the result of the election is identical with that of every honest voter and tax payer of Kossuth no no We that we have a right to ask each voter of tho county to investigate for himself the charges wo have and to voto in ac lordanco with his THE Junior of this paper thinks it hardly worth while to resent the present treatment of his brilliant Uall street the atten tions now paid him from that quarter being little less agreeable aud rather more flattering than those of which be was the victim in the great jour nalists more affectionate Besides we can cheerfully tolerate in a man of our cotemporarys career who is privileged to carry about with iim and flaunt in the faces of his disooralited and humiliated traduc ers the certified proofs of his inno cence of the vile contaminations of a wicked an occasional exhibi tion of contempt for those boasting inferior Herding Stock costs 78 cents for Cattle and for Horses for the GOOD This Company has decided to REDUCE THE PRICE of their Best Lands to to pcv Aero to Actual Settlers during tho year For further call ou or addveas ni2v7 Wo make our pwu Collars Warrant tliom to give Satisfaction HA WES Leather Store and our stock s HARNESS and SADDLES SADDLERY HARDWE ENAMEL VALISES TRUNKS COIVIBS and Plastering is about at near COMPLETE as Anything can N in this World Also a9 F W We itse 1 9 iJBI flW wfr 9f WK IP is riming tba bigh of press a54 j 8r Klevenilxfpfcttt a sqlrnro m ntfnpntIM from Mrclsft HclvfiKlref accoinpftiilcd liy romltttMififs bt Buffi petitions will bo circulated the several polling jjrecincts this county on election ask of tho Board of Supervisors an the Gear will speak to the pec Xstona and vicinity next place will be annou Let us warn the friends of re form in all parts of the county to bo wide awaku and alert on election clay and to see to it that every hon est voter is brought out to the polls and fully informed as to the local Let no illegal votes be but see to it that each honest voter casts one ballot and casts it intelli Let it be impressed upon would require a tax of three Mathers are work of spreading a coat of paint upon the outside of the Oourt and it is astonishing to see wonderfully the building is improvet by the external The masons find considerable repairing and pointing necessary about the chimnies and portions of the and it has also been found nedessarj to repair that portion of the rool upon which the chimney fell some weeks When the work of repair is once it is hoped that greater care will be exercised inkeeping tho building in good squint at the tax list which appears in this weeks Some exceed ingly interesting facts can there be they remain work insure Business JAMES PHVHJOUN L ft offiro w ftutsJ JT next ilooUo fcncTaAerlcUHl WMMlOTjjfc fioalor In fett Collier of Stnta Tlioilngtnn AND Heater i filf Opposite Com t Formerly of has opened pi Over Drug InVttiatrv1 t0 Watl ATTORNEY AT REAL ESTATE AND LOAN Notiirv ruhllc nnd of all kinds lioiiglit mid Pnrtlclilar ittnt tlon given to Gnrraotlng and ami Taxes toi tnn only Cnmnlete Abstract of Title to fcstatB In Kotsnth Atfent for and riimnlx Insurance A Burlingarue made a visit to his family tho of the but was oft DORLAND ATTOltKKVS ANB OOUNBltLLOHS AT TjAW J Notaries rnbllc nnd promptly attended Land ing Taxes paid for ana for the He is west on Tuesday He is collecting agent for McUormick and has nine counties of Northwestern Iowa for his field of He finds the people of Kossuth and other counties in much better condition for paving their debts than the people of the counties east of us where wheat is the dependence of the So it seems that the grasshopper visit itation and its hard lesson served us ihuch better than could have has we Editors you allow mo through your columns to withdraw the announcement made for a peoples caucus in the Walker school house ot Lotts Creek town ship next Inasmuch as I am independent in politics I thought ray right to call a peoples caucus much better than that of a Republi and so made the call at the suggestion of some of uiy But in the interest of peace and rn r out in tne interest or peace ai lake a careful and exhaustive harmony I submit to other IHlnt at tUe tax list whlnh nnnnnra J P T WiT Chief Head seen with the naked Do not Clerk of the Sixth Postal fail especially to look over that part came out to Postville the other of the list in which the delinquents day and put our friend Bron of the town of Algona are son through a regular It may bo interesting to know that Bronson missed just three ques men who arc drawing largo incomes tions in the long and these annually from Kossnth County are questions wore in relation to three evading the payment of their taxes very obscure Arm find ft nn Kin or r eho 11m iMiKlin J very oscure rm and slinking their share of tho public strong complimented the new agent very highly fov his aj burden of A poor man may be excused for a failure to pay vanuoment in mail agent his taxes but there is no excuse for an officer who draws WE are requested to give notice thousands of dollars annually from that Greenback tho the gentleman who takes charge of Wallace Reeds is already in town and superintending tho work of prepar ing for the mannufacturo of Under the management of Turner Emmetsburg Creamery has been a complete success and brought highly satisfactory returns to the The dairymen of this county should this season begin on the new system of winter dairy a system in which they can sue compete with eastern dairy The creamery plan adopted l VTT 11 n and Democratic oandiduta for State Representative from this will address the people of Wesley on political subjects next Wednts day evening at Wesley He will speak at Whittemore on Thurs by wonderfully in winter system lieed will assist inaugurating the Charles n tramp as arrested at the depot on Mon day morning last on a chargfe of It appears that Rogers entered Tyson Alto county last while the family were and liffed gold pair of and ft The articles were missed as soon as the family of retHrued and they wero enable4 to follow and identify the thief by the description given by neighbors who Rogers loafing An unfortunate limp in bis gait gave tho thief The was found upon his ugly looking Wortbingtosiana give a WPf eaijerUuioJaeS Baturdsy oousisting of wd PeJii by oriUes Jo of the best balad of AOENT Amcrlcnn Emlffrai t I olioap Oflloe west Sea esens ccnernl Loan nnd Oollcptlon business Offlco up stairs over Koistith Bank W ivp DTIV WeatdoerfJ Sooa DltV Ktato east ot Soo CLEARY DTIY OrooeilM Wort State Ste r TJ 8eo ROBINSON Stato See Sonthwast eornor StiitoanU See FARM Oil State f MCETCHIE CHAMPrON HEAlRUS VlbratoVl state See M T X the See IJSTTIZEsTQl House Sign All woiik done at wines toWtlftui and tn the latest style of tho Awoni 16 SETCHELL day and at Friday We Algona on bespouk for MoOauley a good audience at each of those teachers of Koasuth Coun ty are interested in everything con cerning the good fortune of their favorite so that they willleitru with pleasure that his services were so highly op predated in Palo that the teachers presented him with a hand some students lamp and a napkin ring in addition to the usual com plimentary of Mi a superior dairying ooiuuryi TT of N er of this are visiting relatives in Kp suth and having perienoo western i f   

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