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Algona Republican (Newspaper) - October 22, 1879, Algona, Iowa ANfi ALMOST KUffi YOU MAY NOW M THE T1ME AJgoflE ttBttettJBtj ftVJtitT WKDKEPlUr MOHNIJJO BOBOtt Subscription ndvwico Months fin iidvnn je i on BUSINESS Clothing I Clothing No need to pro unclothed while Comstoak offers his immense stock of so Examine and price his goods rttittny Zephyrs Ifnll hiia tho best lino of Zephyrs and Fancy Yarns in New Goods I New Goods Comstock has them by thecar and only wants a to benefit his patrons by giving them rare Dont Fail to nallon before 40tf Plain I am prepared to do all kinds of plain Terms and satisfaction 61tf Elm NOW it for your do not purchasn your fall and winter goods bofore examin ing Comstotksiinmonso 49tf Apples Fresh Apples by the peck or bar Tiivery Sanil Liv and bust of Horses lirst KOSSUTH OCTOBER Corn shucking is right at Birgo and Clmrley return to this Now lay in your winters supply That gather them in Keep class Passengers taken to tiny part of lio Terms low and just south of the Hongey Tbor JOHN Mew Restaurant and Winkel lins pnrclinsed tlio Slnfc Pvcct Bakery antl will iak possession about the 22ml of lliia He intendsfilling up anil stock ing tho csmblisliment in tlie lutust and most npproved and will bo able to furnish his patrons with Hie best bread and with all kinds of fruits in their and other gnncls and notions usually found in a first class res will be kept on hand by Silks and Hall lias elegant line of Brocade Silks and VelvetH for Dress Also Buttons of all Dry Yankee In fact everything you may wmjt can be obtained at Uomstouks at prices which will astonish 40tf after they are in becoming a littlo diflionlt to get butter at retnil Tim makers nro either shipping or selling for The foundation and basement wall of the new Methodist church is nearly On to and Butler twin 1 Ourrio has sold his farm in Wesley township to of Bureau who has rented for two Sioux City Journal says There is a butter famine in the city at least so far as an article fit for table use is learn that and 1 itt Cravath are expected in town tomorrow They come to make a short visit among their Al gona Dont forgot that tho Methodist aio to lay I ho corner stone of their new with ippropri ii tc ceremonies Dont forget also to encourage the winse by patronizing tho oyster supper of the evening Heed Ins rented nnd is fitliii up tin living rooms if Wncul worths brick store it tlio r Uccfl has rented his farm of town uiil will innvo his family to Tic will have charge of the new father of tho Robinson brothers of this ar rived in Alpona last Satimlny ovo Robinson has diBposnd of the olrl in ami Villspeuil the evening of his life with his children in the M A wu of Hum and Wilkinson lornioH5of the was is Dorland is investing in owing to election in have been rrlud to Algona last Mad stopping at the Fountain Dorland is real estate in of tho Vindicator got away with tho auditorship of Em met county in a very satisfactory He has our drove of scrawny calves and picked up in Winnobago was driven through here last Monday bound west The Monday Club meets with Hutching next Monday The premiums awarded at the late county fair are being paid by Stacyj treasurer of the and Master wife and son of Conductor arrived in town on Monday evening and are the guests of nnd Rutherford came up to town the other day with his hair and whiskers badly He had bean tnstling with prairie was Henry Burrows of nephew of Daniel who was hurt in the railroail was but slightly wo didnt tnko any interest in the local eleution this It must havo been an oil the elections of Octo ber were more than the fact the times are of joint But wait until the returns come in from Can Farm to The farm of the late A beam Hill in Portland lowmmip is offered for T6iit on reasonable Inquire Hill on the GOODS Where Why at of and at piiees which will astonish you for 15tf Brick I have a kiln of A 1 Brick which 1 offerfor sale at six dollars per 48t NOW We tell you to go to Comstocks nd look over his stosk and price liis goods before 49tf 1OO Overcoats Just received by Wood and to be sold out at a sacrifice before New Tho school lioiml Portland Township has made nrjuugenients to orKnnizo an and for llmt purpono has called a ineetins to ue held at the Chapin school house on tlie 1st day of 1979 at 7 oclock IstTcmpnrary Jueslioii Shall wo have a compulsory ediwatlon law a Wu shall hold a country teachers association during the and wo duslvo a largo at tendance at the township association to help us lo present a good This prouraiume will bo announced tu duu supervisors met as a can vassing board last They failed to jnako any satisfactory change in the standing 5 to 0 in favor of counting in the fellows who were inform us that the Quarterly Tho First Mooting for the current of the Algona sta Methodist Episcopal Saturday and will bo held next Sunday at College vcv tho 1rosidiug Elder will corn crop U slightly damaged by the Owing to the exceed ingly dryjweather of the tho norn did not mature as earlv us usu al and so did not escape the The masons are still busily on gaged in pointing up the court house The job seems to have been greater than was antici Giilbraith Uordingly closed out tho restaurant business hist and now Peter Winkel is fit ting up the establishment for him John of was elected Treasurer of Hancock Uouu ty for thu 7th at the election of last Leroy Setehcl took a fall from tho porch of McLarens house the other day and was badly shaken A out on tho cheek and bruises pro miscuously about bis person testify County Tho county will meet at Algona 29th at 10 oclock All members of the order are one of our callers on of tho Vindicator could issue only nn Extra lusi j to election Wo would havo been glad to sink tho whole of 1ms gathered several barrels of apples from his orchard this One tree of tho Willow Twig a winter yielded two wo dont want to hoar any more against this country as a fruit raising of San a temperance favored the people of Algona with two lecturen last She is said to have boon very earnest in her although her ability as a moulder public sentiment was not generally consid ered as very Worthingtonian troupe seem not to have met a more Hatter ing reception in othertowns than that accorded them in At of A Neat If you wish a njoe filling to GOOD keeps the best of everything and declines to have any trutik with a poor arti Try him and see for I would respeptfully solicit a share of the publio All fits Shop over Uleary Oaulkins store south pt the istf MUliuery and wish to see a nice line of Willinery and notions the latest step into Instrumental Kenyon will bo in Algona about at which she will organize a class in Instrumental Those desiring instruction to leave their names 1tf with per Stray Oarae to the premises of the sub scriber in Wesley about two one spot ted Ulack and white and the other clear white in and weighing about 60 pounds The owner oao have these pigs by proving property and paying 22w X Hqckart lias upward of fgr Wive Mm a To The best of Unooloit4 is always kept afc Parties owing the undersigned 1 fifld it to their interest to call iatejy up their ac ots with cash or by you have had MiUluery ami If you wish to sen n nioe lino of of the latest has thebust lino of 4epbyrs and Yayus in r Joans m Heal Katate POIJNTY HAN staves tor K WUILUON fturely 110 mm neect gj Smith haa such assortment o stylos which offers at to suit to the unfortunate suddenness the stop at tho Spirit Lake voted for incorpo ration by 44 to The county of Dickinson cast 5 Democratic and 2 Greenback and can didate for Treasurer for tho third or fourth ran ahead of the Republican That appears to be a good locality for tho straight nominees of the Harry is rejoicing over the prospect of getting his injured leg out of pound next Banhas promised this should his patient continue to improve aa he has lately been Clarke is receiving a largo patronage in his livery busi ness and is well pleased with the success of the Ho keeps and intends keeping none but the best of horses and carriages and will be able to suit the most exacting of McDonalds of Portland township shipped two hundred head of old steers to Illinois last week for winter They have sold two carloads to Normal Collar of Ramsay township for winter and retain all their twoyear Sohenuktook the eastward bound train last Monday for The ling people have boon fortunate enough to secure his valuable sorvio as a teaobev iu their public Spencer they gave no entertain the attendance being so far tho farmers of North west hiive been favored above all men in fine weather for tho work of tlio They have only lacked in the one item of to make plowing a complete As usual the full finds many people in an anxious and exasperat ing frame of mind on account of the scarcity of Carpenters and masons have their hands full and their time all nnd tho pros pect ia that that plastering will noi bo done before the middle of vote in Emmet county over the removal of the county seat resulted in favor of Swan Lake by a majority ot Itis understood that the Esthervillians will not make any fight over the This seems tho wisest course for a eon test would still further embitter the local rancor and add expense to the tax some unfriendly based upon false have been indulged in relative to the manner in which ElderMitchell cast his vote on election that clergyman took occasion to say to his congregation last Sunday morn ing that he had and never knowingly vote for any Can didate who would use intoxipatino liquor to further his Tho rain of last week in this locality but the light fringe of a heavy rainstorm to tho eastward of Cerro Gordo county ami the country extending to the was fairly and considerable damage to the corn crop in other petitions out for sig natures by tho of the Agri cultural were ijuito exten sively circulated at the different polling while the election was in and a large number of names were They will bo further circulated before bein presented to the of Supervf THfc VOTE OF Full Returns by stuto Havtalioin McOrtiiloy M I UWMoUvtohlc M 1inkcrtoi H A Wiklrnlcp Mnuiiden Hutelilns MiCloy mo1 loM 741 1 21 1727 0 7 7 25 W 27 42 1835 31 III 4020 42 M m V 10 42 28 13 48 10 B433 in i BO no 40 21 M 21 42 B7 27 41143 CO 19 23 211 I X3 4 1 4420 58152 7R OS ID 2 8T80 7715 27i3J 438D 1 30 State TlnpiiMlnnn Groonback DlMlinnrilt Republican majority Hmtshorn Wnllucu SSUlv Ifurtsiumis majority liicknnll TOO Mic nolls majority COUNTY IBB 153 MuGctclilcs plurality 30 Hatcli Kilnk IlnUciious 587 501 S3 launders WIldrMBe who lives on the Fill plaoo in Irvjngton bi9Ught us a fresh ripe strawborry on Monday jst picked from the The plaut was preserved ill bottle of and eau still be at this Jt wjji Hqt to go sooth much delegates to the District Lodge of from the Sub ordinate Lodges of Kossuth started for the place of this We have not the list of delegates of Algona Lodge before and Miss Oora Miss Eva Kale and Hawkins are among the while several go as officers and visitors quite a who injured by the colliding of the v his wagon some weeks able to bo out upon the street He of being sore and Cruse 8 majority Ilutnlitns 070 llutchlns Bouriin 335 Uiullclds jntfiliones Swelgards nsn 447 28 1S7 51 1 G 103 TUB following is a list of the township omiierii elected in the several townships at tho late elec tion Sifert Reed Chester Wooster Dorweiller Hale Sohrei was oars is for freab fruit in vHtfi OU11 who injured at the same is not able to walk and has no of his right person who attempts to prove his fealty to a political party by constantly calling in question the political sincerity of his neigh is not always regarded above all the soundest person to repose trust in n partisan sense is such an one in danger of bing after a acknowledgement that he has been guilty pf the indiscretion voting in opposition to his political professions JQ an election where political issues were directly K M states that refused to print the handbills an nouncing the speech of though we ha4 pronwed the com mittee tQ do W9 vish to remark as we Justice of G Austin Stonson CTk Johnson Davis Fenton Wood worth Edmonds S Portland Zina Holraan Kioer Gurren Clk Hume Cunningham Knrnsey Justices of the Peace Schneider P Schneider Wiltse Trustees Cornerstone The corner stone of the new Methodist Episcopal Church will be laid with appropriate Thursday tho 23d The address for the occasion will bo delivered at the Congregational com mencing at 11 At the close of the address the oongre gallon will repair to the new church when the corner stone will lie laid according to the ritual ol the Several clergymen from abroad will be present and take part in the In the evening the ladies of the church will give an oyster supper for the benefit of the COMSTOCK Has Received for the Fall Trade an Unprece dented Stock of Do not fail to call and see Goods as Low as any Store in Northern OWE FELICE TO and Goods Represented JUST AS THEY IOWA LANDS IOWA FARMS ACRES AND ON GREAT INDUCEMENTS OFFERED TO SETTLERS AND By Amesrican Emigrant President Secretary and ACRES of this LAND are Located iu KOSSUTH tlio BANNER STOCK DAIRYING COUNTY IN THE STATE this Land is FIRSTCLASS GKRAss SOIL RICH BLACK THREE Climate Ho Eain or Mud in but little One RAILROAD ThrougH the couutjj iuid n good prospect of another very This County has very popular HERD and all stock is under the care of Hence no expense except for Herding Stock costs 75 cents for Cattleand 81 for Horses for the Wednesday of last of potts Creek wet with a severe jo the loss pf bay and grain by pjftirie flux from tweuty ijores was with about twenty tops of Walker estimates his loss about He tljere can no doubt thai the fire was started by sjCMMks frowj passing m tWs belief Jje ml The company to reimtuvse him Walker is 4 wwIwog farwQr in a en usiftil H has fluent ever brought fw w Ae blind vote cast one year ago 11 QT Wflal of our critic w for bis e Q apprising aa on the 0009 rols assigtjad llas decidod to REDUCE THE PIUCE their Best Lands per Acre to Actual Settlers during the year1878 For further call on or address We make our own Collars and Warrant them to give Leather Store and our stock o HARNESS and SAPDLERY HARD ENAMEL VALI8E9 and Plastering aboyt as nsar DQMPUTi as AnytWng can Alto a We use fliotuing but COMBS ere tm JAMES wiv PTIValOIAS nttil PITYSlrfAN fi Offlca AgrltijUl Jt Junior In Tliortngton AND MflPliinn Oppoil DJSNTIRTft Vi Formerly of lins opettml niiwnflt9 UI1 A TTQ RF7S 7 JONES7 AT REAL FStATE Wntin v Public nnd Onvnvancer Itnfii Kitfii nt nil winlit nnd 1nrtlMi1rtr iHCif tlonirtvpii fn Coi i pntliir mul 1ei Intr TIHjS inonlv In Ifointli Airpnt t mul riimnlv Insurance AOT5VT Alllfllcili 7lnlpl clmnp lands Ofllpp wpst n DORLAND ATTOnsFYI AtJP rnhllp nrnl OollPfInA j OhlcpSil rtoo npstalri over Kowntli MERCHANTS HANCO DTty aioceiios W uUion s See Or St itp St of See CUEARY D West State St ROBINSON State See Sotitliwort State and U See INTHY Mlnnewta seed Oil State 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