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Algona Republican (Newspaper) - October 15, 1879, Algona, Iowa BOOTS AMP AND ALMOST ELSg YOU MOW 13 TH2 f 1ME f fl SWV I Algoteltptill ttgflSB KThftff wJSDKtSfJAV MOMMSO fit HOROtt li one Yoftr tin adwneoj KOSSUTH OCTOBER Clothing Clothing t o need to go unclothed while offers hia immense stock Bf clothing BO Examine and price his goods at any Sale or I will sell my store and goods or exchange for stock or improved ilandi 612 Gloves and The largestand stock of Mittens of nil kinds lever brought into Alpatia oan bo tfotthd 1 1OO Josii received Wood and to be sold out at a sac jrifioe before New 5152 Goods I Now Goods t Oorastock has them by the oar and only wants a chance to his patrons by giving then Irftro Dont fail to call on ihitri befbre 40tf Plain 1 am prepared to do all kinds of and lain Terms 51tf Elm Awfully I Prints from 5 cents to 8 cents per yard at 5112 NOW say it for lyour do not purchase your and winter goods before oxnmin ling Comstocks immenso 40tf Saml Liv and Keeps Ibest of Horses and iirst class Jar Passengers taken to any Ipart of the Terms low land Location just Ifiouth of the Bongey House on Thor Restaurant and Peter Wtnkol liaspurchased the State Prnet Hestaurant and Bakery and will IUk possession nbont the 33nd of this He inlencls fitting up and stock Hngthe eaiablishment in Die latest and frost approved aij and will be able to Iprnish his patrons with tho best bread nml vith all kinds of fruits in their and other goods and jfotions usually found in a first class rcs will be kept oa hand by Nubias and of the AT the meeting of the Grand Clark informs us that of Lodge of Good Templars a Deputy of the An its sesOauley labored nnoeasingly throughoient Order of tJriited Workmen sion has been put off a out tho session to make votes for will bo in Algona for the nurbose owing to the to Milton Starr for the paltry of of soon aTte nni Vw wilt MY to wWoh the latter eagertho 2lst There are several open next WodnamW n 1y Now it scorns A at gentlemen in town who have been OANMOATB8 this meetMilton proposes to pay tho debt by members of tho order elsewhere interesting as damning Bioknell with faint praise and who are desirous of introducing there has not been and throwing what strength he can the institution in our sssful meeting of for It Wont pos of this we clip the sinoo its organSecretary Starr cant deliver the item The order in the District Upper Des Tho A O U W in Iowa dur ism a very prosperous In view of our consistent support ing the time intorvenins between and tho members arc alive to the Joof Bicknell from the time of his February 1st and1 Auguft 1st of mands tor active temperance tiie effort of tho the present has paid out iuthe tno i ourth District 18 to make its small corps of readbeneficiary fund on 20 anvMthd any yet the District tneJJistnot It era beliovo we were supporting Mo Oauley strikes us as unusually and six assc The Good Templars unnecessarily stupid even for that wore at Dakota and Humbold twill extend If any answer were necos a generous welcome to all who atsary to this impotent attempt to THE store of uv n WUU ttU UU13 JLLUUUwtTUU tlbvulllpb ttl and tho reputation for hosconvict us of having been actuated Humboldt pitality and good fellowship earned by the base motives which govern open last and the safe rifled of by thecitizens of tho sister towns ed the editor of the in his about in cash and postage on former ought to act as support of Wilson two years No clue to the 1pCi i in bringing out the emphatic article in support of The gloom with which this misfor full delegations fron all tho Bicknell in last weeks issue of tune enshrouded the people of Hum this written by the editor boldt was rendered yet more dense who is the object of the above at by a pun perpetrated by the A regular meeting of the Kossuth would be a sufficient refutation that spirit of reckluas Bounty Dairymens and Stookgrowof the As to tho office to deviltry whioh occasionally seizes a era Association will be held at the which we were elected by the Grand In speaking of the ab t Jntl TTrtlian i1 T 1 P m i i n v ww oviu unc woiu uy biiu vrru House in Algona on Lodge of Good Templars beintj t it A VLI at one oclock At this meeting arrangements a will be made for tho annual Fair ly to the vision of our coare far away We didnt ex ae or o annua air y to the vision of our coare far away W and Exhibition of the to be too paltry for the pect that of the llie da llie dairying arid stock raising countenance of a man of his breadth interests of the county are of such of soul and capacity of stomach magnitude that every farmer in the ODunty should1 become a member of WB are indebted to Agent Mo this association and receive the Master and Wilson for the benefit of such And following account of freights ship wo especially invite those who aro ped from Algona station during the not members to join us and aid in dull month of the good A good programme will be presented at the meeting hero and afull attendance is JON Duttori has taken charge of the Thorington Street and will made it worthy the patron age of the Warm meals will bo served at all Oysters iu their 52tf to A Neat If you wish a nice fittinjr co b 51t2 Totftl SUipraonts Presently they oanie upon aorowd of in tho youth lay bound npoutbo his face pale and about him bent a half dozen rude talking iu an gry what means this disturb ance V asked the ad dressing one of tho The man touched MB hat politely and replied Miss that wove caught n Tartar but weve got him tied fast What has he been Garter you I saw him com ing put the you and I lino of Brocade Silks and Velvets for dress Also Buttons M all Cloaks Cloaks CLOAKSCLOAKS Cornstook has a Ktock of Ladies GKAR addressed unequalled in quality which audienoo at the Congregational his attention to the discus he oilers at extremely low Church on Friday evening He sion of the financial His uo not fail to examine his stock bespoke forcibly and at considerable speech is spoken of very 51t2 length of national issues and dis the financial problem with A large part of his speech devoted to the treatment of matters of State finances and the policy of the Republican party in its of State New Galbraith is daily receiving now oods Call and see 5no and Jfwicy A stock of Millinery and BUS aelivered GOOD GOODS I Where Why Brltt at of prices whioh will astonish See Ve41 Oalf and at prices which defy ompotition and will last a good art of a can be found at l60tf Brick B8TO a kiln of 4 1 iriok whioh I f9 sale at six i per thousand purchasing tell you to go to Corostoeks nq look oxer his stoak and prioe ore lover pf the fine flavored and beverage should fail to the uuoplored and colored Japan t9 bQ fQund at f 0tf everything i TrybJBiajjd MML ire purchasing Apples Apples 5 Fresh Apples by the peck or barmanagement 1 at ComstoolCa fresh and newand must be sold it bofore the close of the Thats a Galbraith sells all kinds of goods ary 5112 Zephyrs and Pahoy Hall has the best line Tons Of Upland for whicU we will pay during the Millinery anrt If you wish to see a nice line of Millinery and Notions of the latest just step into P of the latest and best styles Call and examine her stock befora Ladles has undonbt edly the largest and finest stock of Ladlea Cloaks ever brongbt into Kossuth Call and J price before time made professional Rnd U BQW Physjown of the institute and U8 Waph sent by wall or we makea fwrfll BOSKnrao flr coal goQut ol r should FAliLOii beery paltry we may remark that j wuuj 11 111 lillcAV I IIO f late the entire order has apparentsouvenir they were they seemed to h i are far a SHIPPED 30010 Flax Ciinc3 among a certain class of is one of tho curses of American But just so long Hogs aa pooplo are found to en dorse tlle men 21i73t practice be kept up SHIPPED T fos IPfour Ohceaa fiin Misc Total same hour at Gov listened to T ODB Methodist friends have hit and Fancy Yarns m upon admirable plan for adding bear in mind to their church building To Dairymens Association next Satur those who desire to aid in building da the right to have their names recorded and placed in macje for the second exhibition of the corner stone of the structure the Associationsill which every will be given for the small sum of one To children a reduced rate will be This strikes us Sere has jupt returned from willing to contribute to BO noble a large stoek of cause as that of aiding in the conBaptist and strnotiou of a ohuroh that VBBT many are casting their filta in the direotion of tbe new town of will enteivtbe same institution as GeorgevilleTon the Fort student at an early near Letts is no doubt of the fntnre of It has a oonntry second to none in the goo4 water power on the river and c who atTboe also one on the bpth of which its to Alwil1 OM be It is a good al W8 Resident MoOauley is the proprie tor of the r is to He himself to its any letters OuUding vip now the Qf apy who Jhat the denjftnds of bis opuutry raentsfor the we to Consult Bewedjes hive related a We hope tp for All HBB GHOrtrfl malrfta Knro nf ik is F j For this large amount only f per member a was broken t n straotion or a number of souvenirs the Jfosmos remarks that how PlnUertor 11A Wlldndge Sauiiders llutclilM GitrUeld Potllbouo Pinkerton and some of his candidate allies transported a load of beur to tho southern part of Cresco township the last of and tho rbsult was a most dis raoeful drunk and row among the This elects Pettibone and Sweteard on tlio county Bicknell and Hanshorn get a good sendoff for the and the Republican State o a 8niu upwards of 200 the be8Yen uuu LUU luwuauijj ia jiiirisiiorn s Sermana of that locality on tUB 8ame townsnlp to hear is Fhis purchasing of eood will and dorse the men who resort to this method to secure their so long will the disgraceful and wicked THE Greenback meeting at the Court House on Friday evuning was considerably interfered with by the Republican meeting held at the i fair at a spoken of very MoOauley also addressed the and his Greenback hearers went home terrible railroad accident oc curred at on the Palo over all iu Swan Lake gathers n the county 3BANDT JIBPUBUOAN VIOTOBIE8 IW IOWA AND OUIO Dispatches of the PioneoiPress estimate ho Republican majority in luwa at 40 The same authority placea theRe Dublican majority in Ohio at The Legislature is conceded to the Republicans by the Democratic central Shepard Thursday the result of the vote of yesterday comes there will be a previous and in order to enable our readers to do so in telligently and we subjoin the following showing the vote of Iowa for the past three as follows Grbk WiMl Michigan on Friday night The last mentioned portions of his ast an express train being tttlesoop address wore of special bo ed by a switch engine which was cause seldom discussed heretofore in moving freight oars in the campaign The facts and Some thirty passengers were killed figures given present a gratifying and an eqna vindication of Republican adminisbruised and tration for the past quarter of a and an equal number were Among the Henry of We think Go Gear made whose friends were a pleasing impression upon all who telegraphed on Saturday morning that he was in the at the Court at 2 oclock Arrangements are to be farmer in the county ought to be iii In view of the demonstrat ed success of the Association the as a thing both for ohuroh and most skeptical need no longer keep Most of vis will have Let there be a full no better way to send our names down to and it will be i 1111 i ii i i are informed that reckoned toour oredjtThat we were has found an education al institution to her liking in the Annie and Minnie Ingham pursue their studies Also Miss Flora Oall i The meeting of tbe Eduoation Asaooiation of Greenwood to have been held the 3rd Saturday in plenty of native timber A until the aSnd wafttM OX vJOLit prograninie ertowoshjps tbofe frtw otbr interested in to ih ending and we regret fyom Mr jm rHoiytbat theeiswiei it over ai wl ntojf ftiT it aj U esmywVStony wr SS SBRiSSSKt S SlMwaifaerti hijre btea JTP yfjfyffyj ur feftve or da repyjrts n t THE TOf E OF Kcturns M l 282 61 85 279 84 BG 278 139 1 ior 228 82 no IK 32 14B 208 208 181 a 202 370 IflO 2 188 158 71 48 188 60 21 48 033563 23 07 32 S3 1014 40 23 18 67 1525 18 31 6037 43 09 10 03 no 31 aa 6331 30 1 l 91 00 28 30 87 29 33 23 820 la CO 82 40 2 13 4050 4013 20 71 89 It 20 42 29 Id 38 6233 8837 8038 1 43 1H 11071 62 U B382 74 107 31 60 00 40 MCO 21 42 BTG8 0137 41 60 IB 4420 6041 6852 1527 8789 77 12 2T33 COCO 02 10 30 25 lill next Bitknells majority in all but Lotts rcck township is and TJio legislature of Iowa last chosen is thus politically divided and hear give us rest until Hudson returned from his visit to Long Island last Groom was in town Jol Spencer is just now enjoying a visit from her shipped c since 1 has a telephone in successful Dodd has returned from ber visit to Go and hoar Shepard at the Church Thursday evening next meeting of the Iki day Club will be hold at the resi dence of Ford has the framework of his now barn in position and sid Tng nearly Mitchell is driving for ward upward the walls of the new Ladies Aid Society of the Ohuroh will meet with rsday to and Mrs Palo Alt9 has made discovery that Utter of the Rt a in this on Oct John aged S3 press the boys went OH Sunday P number of over to liaise H take part the wi and notiee that currant sue other bushes are patting forth leaj last buds under toe iaflueupe of tbe warm weather pf this vho hag bees wijf ba Bafetew me COMSTOCK Has Received for the Fall Trade an Unprece dented stock of Do not fall to call and Goods as Low as any Store in AT LAW MAU ESTATE AND LOAW f wnfl nd na n anrt ONES TO and Goods Represented JUST AS THEY IOWA LANDS IOWA FARMS ACRES AND ON GREAT INDUCEMENTS OFFERED TO SETTLERS AND By t3ae Emigrant 1 Secretary anU f ACRES of tliis LAND arc Located In the BANNER STOCK DAIRYING COUNTY IN THE tgIVIoit of this Land is FIRSTCLASS GHRASS GBAIN SOIL RICH BLACK THREE Climate No Rain or Mud in tut little One RAILROAD Throngn the and n good prospect of another very pay This County has 9 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 for Horses for the GOOD This Company decided to REDUCE THE PUICE of Best Lands to to per Acre to Actual Settlers during the yew For further call an or address We make our own Collars and Warrant them to give Leather Store JAMC9 M Lt HYStCIAK ft dh ff next door to KftfJd tfiiiltI JBenler in Comer of Rtntd on Thorln pHVRIOJAK ANft BURGEON I Mpdlctnoo tt wlf of bu opened M Abstract of Title to TSuth 0otlnF or Iniuranoe ct of AOKNT American KralwaTit ntrtf elioap Offlea west fin DORLAND ATTOBKBVS AND ATlMWj Wntniles PiUille nnd promptlvftttpndod Titles axmnlneil qufptpd Taxos pntfl for rSBeroiTWl foliation OfflceM door upstairs over Kossutli HANCO DKY See DUV Or State etwt of artvt D CLCARY Y State See ROBINSON State See Southwett O Htataand See HA MlnntwU ceed Oil State MCETCHIE CHAMPION BEAPKBS State the I3 1 3ST T I3ST Ov Alf work and In the latest nt Sign utr eaV prioes to tyla oitliB nto KEBP8 UB8T class pasaaq the and our stock o HARNESS and S 8ADPLERY HARD and Plastering about as near COMPLETE as Anything can ba In f jscv sfej imlV fS
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