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Algona Republican (Newspaper) - October 29, 1879, Algona, Iowa v AMD ELSB YOU MAY KOSSUTH OCTOBER t Clothing f trffctJlb go unclothed while hia immense stock f ololflihg id Examine and hif gddda at any Goods I New Goods J Oornstock has them by the o fthd only wants a ohance to ffttrons by giving them ri8 Dont fall to call on liiira Slfote 40tf Plain fj7l imjplepared to do all kinds of Terms and 51tf Street nay to not purchase your fAlhwdwintergVtods before examiii feiifg CqtrtsVoolis immense Sara Ltveiy Liv ouin i pi jjiv and Keeps putSt of Ilofttig nud first oltfeir Jar i Passengers takento any of the Terms low nnd Location just L south of th llongey llousoon Thor Jington HBNHY LONG ftrfived at home on the accom panied by a Henry Bur rows of These gentleman were passengers QII the ill fated train of cars whoso wreck ing near will bo re membered by our Burrows was but slightly injured and succeeded in rescuing himself from the mass of broken Long was weighted down under the wreck of two an iron rod rest ing across his legs just above the On and about him wore five four of whom wore dead or died soon after being lie describes the situation fts having been a fearful reliev ed in his own case by the knowledge Uiat he was hot seriously hurt in any Vital The weight on his legs had benumnd them so that it was impossible for him to tell whether or not they were badly The railroad company settled with nnd with Bur rows for furnishing them each with a new suit of paying could New ReHtanratit and Peter Winkel lias nirvliatod tlie Stale StreptKeataurant iniL Bakery anil will posseasinii abnnt the 23ml of this lie Intends fining up and stock ing tho establisliment in tbc liitcsl nnd most apprnvocl atj P and will lie ahlu to furnish his patrons with the best bread anil all kinds of fruits in their and oilier poods and notions usually found in a first class rcs will be kept on hand bj Zephyrs and Fancy Hall has the best line of and Fancy Yarns in town Dry In fact everything yon may want can be obtained at Jomstooks at prices which will astonish 49tf Farm to The farm of the late Abram Hill Portland township is offered for rent on reasonable Inquire of Hill on the their expenses until they and passing them through to f Subscribers of the rocolviug iliclr papers with an X after tlieirimme will know that tlioy arc in arrears or I It I The school board of Portland Townsliip nan made unanueinents to organize nn Kducutlonal ami for that purpose has called n itiectlnK to be held at the Ohnpln school house on the 1st day of at 7 oclock Question Shall have a compulsory law a We shall bold a country teachers association during the and we desire a large at tendance at the township association to help us to present n good This programme will be announced In due Ox Thursday of last week the corner stone of the new church WAS laid with appropriate A religious service was held in the Congregational after which an adjournment was taken to the site of the foundation of tho new church one of Hie pioneer niotho dUt ministers of this part of favored the friuhds with some inter esting remincscncios and statistics of the early days of the church in this town and Kossuth and Htunbuldt counties formerly made a circuit and were presided over by a single circuit The list of preachers located on this circuit prior to the location of in is as as near as can be ascertained Lawton Hurley Billings Holbrook Darwin King Snyder 1800 and Tho circuit preachers of those early times were hard worked and poorly often times being compelled to put in some hard licks at manual labor to procure the necessaries of life for their Snyder had some experience of this kind during what was known as the famine in northwestern when flour was 810 per and corn a While Snydur was stationed in this and prior to Irvington was a more important place that and was the looked over and pronounced good by Engineer A good site fora depot was found near MCalls on the south side of State From that point a good GOOD GOODS Where Why at of and at juices which will astonish you for Brick I have a kiln of A 1 Brick wliich I offerfor sale at six i dollars per 48tf DANIEL tell you to go to Comstocks and look stoak and price his goods before 40 tl 1OO Just receivedby and to be sold out Now at a sacrifice GOOD the best and declines have truck with a poor arti Try him and see for rl would respectfully solicit a share fofthe public All fits Shop over Cleary Canlkins store south ot the public Heokart lias upward of for bin A 47tf f pwjngthe undersigned find Hlto call and settle up their ac had with oash or by oompiaip that you Ifengtikfe worthhas undoubt the largest and stock of 9 Woaks ever brought Uall and before into taken charge of H worthy the Warm meals q at all Oysters nuK fresh new and iwust pesold tha close of tlje at a uj In desirioa leave Wesley Kdncational The Wesley Eduoationnl Associa tion will hold an adjourned meeting in the school house at on November at eleven ALICE Aast Seoy A girl for general house headquarters of the Snyder gave the names of tho first methodist class of which any record is the class of The following are the names Leader Elista Rhoda Susannah Lizzie Israel Jen Julia The church now numbers 86 members and 9 At the close of Snyders ad dress Mitchel gave a statement what had been done toward the erection new Work was begun on a a subscription list of The brick have been obtained or the entire building above thu and the basemeut walls have been nearly completed at a cost of about and still of tun original subscription remains un An excellent and sub stantial basement wall has becmlnid and isnearly ready for the brick Mitchell is hopeful and Will You Smoke Cent Cigars be found at Peter Winkeln Crockery and Anew and superior invoice of Crockery and Glassware has just been received by It will pay you well to examine and price before purchasing tf Fresh Bread can be found at Peter Wiukels Bakery every 2 Boots and Hall purchased a large stock of Boots and Shoes before the recent rise in that ofasa of and is selling from ton to twenty fivejjer cent cheaper than any other firm in You can prove this by simply No shoddy but whole 24 Lamps and Lamp trimmings of all kinds can be found with 2tf Farm For Tho undersigned offers for sale an improved farm of lea situat ed about oeron milea north west from FiCtyfive aorea under good ouUivatloo frame house stabling for 20 head of oattJe dptn crib and good gtove of Jqquira of 2tf to All gradea prices suit The bast in the market at 40 to 5 cents per At P r Peter Opened ban opened and ia the pre ujtrow to aocojiiodste all Fresh Oysters by h can or4isJi at any Dull and sep Cutlery uud Of all kiuda and at ail suit are by Rr to kept g It wish tp see gioe of Millinery aud Hatians of Use htest just step intp encouraged the belief that the entire walls will be completed this Upward of fifty dollars have boon donated by men and women of the county who have been willing to pay one dollar each for the privilege ot having their names attached to a i u Jpjjosjjtmj corner stona route southward was found to iun along just east of Stacys resi done and of the Fair and so on to tho river whore a crossing can bo made with comparatively small To tho few people who may have been led to believe our report of tho drunken powwow at Joseph on the Sunday before election to have been we have only to say that a more careful inquiry will convince as it has that our account of affair conveyed no adequate idea of the disgusting anil disgraceful character of the pro Kegs of beer were tapped and set out and the assembled Vo ters and others were told to help themselves to Jacks or that this is Jacks or the treat of some other candidate for We hear of but two candidates who were interested in this electioneering and both these were The crowd in attendance has been variously estimated at from one to two as most of those were more or less intoxicated with there was a bedlam of noisy disputing and wordy wrangling and in at least one case blows were ex Of course we have taken no pains to ascertain just whether Jack Pinkertou ordered the beer for that occasion aud had it transported to Joseph at his own It is enough to know that Pinker tons beer drinking friends from all parts of the county were notified that Sunday was to bo a field for the boys at Joseph that these and others who were prompted by gathered at Joseph until the crowd was lar ger than had ever been seen that place except on occasion oi some special service of the Roman Catho lic Church that the direct agents of or workers for Viukerton did many times make special and loud announcements that this is Pinker tons beer or this is Pinkortons treat and that Pinkertou was himself present ami gave the crowd to understand he was in full sympathy withthem on the One of our informants is Sam uel Reed of Irvington who was an eyewitness ot tho carousal and traveling njjent for the Minnesota Linseed Oil Paint was in town last Hutching is en gaged in running out the line for the new sidewalk to the An adjourned meeting of tho Algona township school board was lield in the county Recorders office last No business of gen eral public interest was White is still in Charles City and we to be united in marriage to Ferguson on the 5th of Means and family have removed to the farm of Harry Walker just east of Means will cultivate the next Pettibone started eastward yesterday morning to purchase o stock of apples for the Algona mar He may be compelled to extend his trip to of Irvington town ship is giving evidence of thrift and prosperity by adding to and other wise improving his farm residence An addition 10 by 24 with 14 feet is being maclo to the original an oversight the lisl of township officers elected iu Lptt Creek was omitted last Here they are Boyle Ferris Charles Wilkins and Frank Ford will lecture before the Normal Class of Algona College on Friday evening next ii subscription list to bo the corner The laying of the was accomplished with a brief and single Snyder read a portion of after which the tin box was deposited iu its and this was with Hinging and a following articles were deposited in the tin box for the information of those who may be living when the First Methodist Church building of Algona shall have crumbled away A copy each of the Algona RE and Upper Des Jlfoines and Northwestern Christian Advocate a copy of the minutes of the Iowa Con ference Catalogue of Algona Ool lege List of members of the Church of Algonaj Koll of persons contributing one dollar each huran copy Church and name of stir Engineer Wakeneld and his veying party of the Paul Sioux City are gradually v ing thoir way to Algona from Blue in The new road is being built from a point south of on the main line of the to Blue and south of this last named point the route is still although the company js bound by contract to build to the statp General Manager Bishop of this recent ly visited and was both sup prised and pleased to tiud so large aud enterprising a town with so ijna country tributary to His visit seems to have confirmed Presi dent Drake and the other officers of this in their intention to inake Algona point on the and the survey now being made U the result pf that visitThe survey U beiug unwilling listener to all and more than wo have given Mr Reeds statement will hardly bo dis but we tiiignt add that other good reliable uitizens are ready to confirm hia One man who passed Joseph aftor the most of tho crowd had iu forms us thut a number of men too drunk to help themselves were lyinj or stag srering aliout in tha yiuioity of the Htiloon as he Wallace Road have thoir nrcara ery in working trim and expect to di their churning to The farmers and dairymen are gen eager to patronize the cream although the laok of green food for their cows will interfere with their ability to furnish a large of At the present price of butter the dairymeu will find it to their interest to 1eod their oo ws in such a way as to increase the flow of milk and amount of a practical but ter maker and manuger of creamer will have this creamery in vited to be present on that occasion of a lady very much esteemed in this last week frotr a visit home and is again giving at tention to her music Peter Winkle has moved into the State Street Restaurant building aud opened His opera tions in the bakery lino have beei hindered by the failure of his bake to put iu an He hope soon tcrbe running business with a full of That goodfelling more carefully and than is usual deliberately what is preliminary jmi thjs may be evideooe pf the good officers of the iu be The SQWpny of which Davey of theJEmmet Uounty acoonipanied by Oahoon of the law firm of Oassidy fc Oahoon of made the RKPDBUOAN oftlco a call 011 ftlondny Davcty has just been elected Auditor of Emmet and Uabpoh has nwent y entered into the matrimonial hence their beamjpg coqnte We wish tbenj opntin nance of joy and good luck forever Setchel Mathers have nearly or quite completed the job of paiuW ing the outside of the court of the temple of Justine and home of the county is greatly pnH we have no doubt thaji the cost of painting will be found an ecpnomi ual The prtservatiojj of the brick and mortar against notion of the elements is insured for many additional Drake U President ia oue of thu butter IB the is very low injeed and dealers bave their runners out College merit of Subject Develop All are cordially in At on tho Paul Sioux City have beei paying the fanners from for their wheat during the season W ith the Paul Sioux City oat for anorth and south competing line througli IvosBtith our farm era should receive as much for ihei wheat us do the farmers about Man only eighty miles north of Charles Eckholm was down fron Sweiv ou Monday and reports time made very lively in his ueighborhoo by the frequency of prairie fires The farmers are as anxious to save grass for late burns next season they are io save their hay Th late burns insure tender grass for the herds through the entire herding Southern of Palo Alto conuty was brought before Justice Wheelpok last week on a charge of cheating by false The charge was made by Fannie Noble of Irvington The Justice considered the evidence suf fioiont to hold the and he was accordingly bound over iu the sum of to appear at the next term of the District Clapp came up from Dodge yesterday and took the war as he expressed soon after reaching mar shal was compelled to resort to violent measures to quiet the druuken demonstrations of the The town authorities not afford to let the matter drop without taking prompt action and making an example of peace break eve and their Ilanna informs us that a Ger man of Fenian township started a back fire about his premises one day last to protect against possi ble running and was so un fortunate as to hare his sta bles and all his goods burned by his own A Pane named son also lost everything by fire a days and heavy Has Received for the Fall Trade an Unprece dented Stock of bo not fail to call and sea Goods as Low as any Store in pltVKTCI AN iCW MHIJMMW 8 I M 1 ft Tliorlntitnti REABi12 Tlrti tTV Machine Fortnprlv of Itns tfpirfBd8l Ovsr Sheets Drug where fie wtl be pleftmul to WHllfuuort i lug O1TS P21ICS iind Goods Represented JUST A3 THEY CRANVILLE A ME ArrnnNttv AND AM Votary Titillc and iromptlv ftttcrtrtert TWesftxamlne THMI pnlc for folftlmi Bnslnefe ipicc an floor up stairs over KowitU Oof Ti JOWA J LANDS S J IOWA I FARMS ACRES ON GREAT INDUCEMENTS OFFERED TO SETTLERS AND By Smigxaat GKo Secretary and ACRES of this LAND are Located in the BANNER STOCK DAIRY9NC COUNTY EN THE Land is iriRSTOLASS GRASSVlp GRAIM fc mrfaii in SO3L RBCH BLACK TH5SS Climate No Eain or Mud ia but little One Through the and a Rood prospect of another very pay well This County has verypopular HERD and all stock is under the care of Hence expense for except for Herding Stock costs 79 cents for Cattle and SI for Horses for the GOOD This Company has decided to DEDUCE THE PltJlE of their fyist Laiuls to to per Acre Bottlers during the year For further call on or address ni2vf We make our own Collars and Warrant thorn to give Satisfaction HA WES feather Store and our stocks HARNESS anil SADDLES HARNESS SADPLERY and Haliy Also 93 m 4V Foundry is serioiifily inwiined a iSfi nnrt 5 and fie Ililnp of for tionrcilrtAHtK inn niilv riimnlefp Aliitrnct of Till Wale in KoTOith Agent for ind Pliienlx Tninranen AljWfyffifj cheap lantu onton weit A HANCO Olo Watsons COMSTOCKTl DUV Oroe Btnlc east ot 8f jgrjjj CL5ARY DtY West VJ See ROSfNSON BROS Sti See artvt it i i it SMITH stale and MCSTCWJE MtVMlION v JOHNSOJ Ui work wiu yi WIIVK flojiosit and iu tli lateatityje oftliei v PUNTERS i See Sfiwlfl VeiWy 31 oi Fort T I i WK KEEPS BRsV tWRroi
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