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   Algona Republican (Newspaper) - December 24, 1879, Algona, Iowa                                AND ANYTHING ELSfi VOtT MAY IS THE TIME Aikona j MOltKfMU JlY One Y6hv In mlvfincp Mqlttll1 wfvnftjr inn no BUSINESS tfor the million at Ioter Wiiikle A small thin passbook in which are recorded tho entries made at tho Into IJairy together with a list of the The book has no valtio rixoept to tho Secretary of the It Pleasi return to the Comstocks Clothing is fresh and nowand must bo sold out before theclose of the and Panoy Hallhas tho best lino of Zephyrs and Fancy Yarns in jczrMoney to For loanson Hani Ifistatc apply to KOSSUTH COUNTY 127 NOW say it for your do not purchase your full and winter goods before examin ing Jomstoeks immense 49ti NO We tell you to go to Comslock and look over his and price liis goods before 40 t 1OQ Overcoats Just received by Wood worth and to bo sold out at a sacritici lisforo Now Millinery anil you wish to see a nice line o Millineryand Notions of the lutes just stop into new outfit at Hancocks Positively fifty per cent olionpor thai was ever offered before in Algona Brick I have a kiln of A Brick which 1 oflir for sale at sn dollars per 48tf NoMieod to ari uiiclothed whil Cotnstock otfVrs his slnil of clothing Kxamino am price his goods at any Sow Goods Xow Oomsloik IIIMU by tin ci only wauls 11 benoiit hifiputiDnM by tlni rare Dunt fail u ciill liim liJif Tuts Alphu Zota public catno off s advertised on Thursday nd thu exercises woro listened to liy large nnd iutorusted If ny were at all disappointed in the KOSSUTH DECEMBER haractcr of vas bncanso the tlio enlortauiment uniform f tho programmes undor tho auspices f the young society had led them o anticipate too high a degree of ox Tho parts taken by parts taken by Lattio Miss Vellio and and reflected credit pon while thu musicsup lied by Mrs JiRppB Libbie Cora nd Nettie Wilson and Messrs Smith and iord was well A joys in the roar of the hall made hemsclves generally We think thore is no reason why hese latter manifcstntions of row lyism should be permitted in the fu A peace officer shouldbe on land on such and prompt y put in the jug the foolish juveniles who think such performances cnn Tlisrc is no use tolerating such Wis had intended to publish a list of the Algona bulks who will keep open hiiiso and receive callers on New Years but as it sooras al most impossible to obtain a full st without going from house to house and making inquiries in person we have concluded not to attempt anything of thu kind this the hava entered a vigorous proteU any pub declaring that their fun will be interfered with by tho announco incut ol all incomplete so we It should be undorstond that the aro bound to observe thu impartiality in making their and will fool it a solemn duty local at every It will not be safe to be un PisrrrioMs are in oirmtlatiou ovir the sliito of the legisla soon to to take the necessary preliminary aotion to con fer upon women thu of snIFur ago in failure of to grant the right to vote for oonnty and town school Whatever may bo thought of worn an suffrage in its general applica there U no room for argument against its application in school mat JireumatancBS require that the greater part of tho bunion of training and educating tho children should fall upon tho mothers of tho The mothers are most in torested in tho welfare of tlvir chil dren and are less likely than tho fathers to bo uitluenesd by business interest to vote in opposition to their best For these and other good andsufliuienfc we say that it ia not only expedient and in fnrlhiTanuc of good public policy to giv3 tho women of Iowa a voice in management of the public but it is unwise longer to Algoinv per i per lier pur UEUVKS per CIIKKSIC pur OOUN per UtfKKNK 1b ific Ib Mr Kims per withold the God given Any anuinnt of wood will hp keii oir oili Come right with your o inaplu anil JRANO Tim Algona Unnc will give a Hall on Cliriumas ut Court Ilonsn Hall A general invitution is extended to Tiikota to dnnoc only 50 Five Thousand Livo Turkeys for which we will pay the highestcash S tf BLOSSOM Dry jCJftJjwJj YanUco Ill fuiii eyorything you may want can bo obtained at Comstouks at prices which willastonish 49tf Ladies pod worth lias undoubt edly the largest nnd finest Ktoek of LacliCB ever brought into Kossuth Uall and and price before Pay Pay owing the undersigned will find it to their interest to call immediately and sottlo up their ac counts with cash ov by dont complain that you have had no Dutton lias taken charge of the Thoiiiigion Street and will made it worthy the patron ftge of the Warm will bo served at all Oysters by can or fresh Best pf Tobaocct and 52tf will be in Algona flbout at which will a in I ThoBe desiring to leave tlieiinames r Terms pw l lie FLAX luisliil Iloos pur live 1 per HAY UN inss per SOe IlilnllKl pur ilc 00 ilresjutl 7ii TIMOTHY per AViiBAT per OOu@Sl.Ofl Jewelry aiul A I tush invoice of choice and rare nicies espeomllyadnpled to Hofi ay just received by Just Picklo Gutter Cake Silver lyrup Silver Knives nd Napkin udeed a full assortmentof tho very of Jewelry and Uso a full line of Clocks of all indsand VVatches of the most ap roved Oollin was accompanied on his visit to Algeria by a Mr Brooks of Jefferson proprietor of the Star cheese fao lory of the Brooks if about opening a Creamery foui miles west of Fort the first thing of tliOjkind in Webster conn Ma expresses himself surprisec and pleased at the interest manifest ed in this new country in the dairy ing and stock raising am thinks we have decided advantagi over the oldisr and belter suttici lirooks is a parctica choose maker as well as dairymai nnd gave our people some interesting relative to tliu way in wl thu business is made to in Wis THE in which the friend have Mleppud into thu olfiiie and to the length of ou subscription during the fei has buen very and diuninds our grateful niiknowl arn striving t make llu interesting a a loirul and as tho en ijiiiirairir aipl advocatu of thing to hiltM th of ill piopb of liiinty Itiil tn ill ir prosfinritv That iinr tftliri Irivi with good riniilLs wf are t that this is anil by thu farmers anf iiifti of mitv I1 and micouragement is sutl a TUB iv a of twi through ih to give its memburs rest froui their brain rauking re And it ma piMmittid thn patiunt and siilFiimg head uomiirilly of th family to siiggwu the desirability of having tho long loat buttons return ed to the garment to which they have been Lo these many and the holes in the socks reduced to that one only whoso ex istenco scorns to be required in the nature of We have no dis Dosilion to moddln In other peoples but wu hope the ed brethren will act concerted ly in this fearful and stand by each other with such firm ness of knee as may still remain to has a choice article of Now Oiloans JIohi3so3 which ho ollcra very Boys aud Girls Have you been to see all the flue Christ inas presents ou 6Ueotz ccuntera I you dont ut Ford is now ot house vacated by Thorn merchants aro very list answering to tho demands or holiday Misses of Postv spend the holidays in t vith thir half U better just now than has boon before at any time during he last two children of Algona are giv ig their overworked brains luring solid lumber of looking p Ins business in Kmmetsr irst of the Coffin and Editor vere the guests of the liongey II vhile in They loft lomo on Friday one of the expected speakers at tho Dairy was not able to leave homo ou account other and so promptly no tified the Spiritualist mo has baon stopping in town for llm last two or three MB haM been tho guest of and Wilson Sawvcl has closed his school in Swea until after tho Ho is teaching in the Johnson district and his soluol numbers a bout thirty workman finished laying down the iron roof of the Hancock llonso last Hancock started for Chicago this morning to purchase furniture for tho Elder Mitchellreturned from on Friday morning and reports thu case of MuNutt continued by reason of lha absence of certain witnesses for the Weaver closed up the work of tile Circuit Court on Mon day at which time an ad jonniraent was meetings aro still be tlio last week and moro in tlio thermometer has been loafing about in the region of the lower twenties a good of The strain cant long without bursting lUttf is to be in in If we are up with Kinrnetsbnrg wo than i rin him in Wo suggest the desirability of securing a Received 11 lectures from Hain to Templar who tho leiul in such The friends should not full to special noticed of t stock found in our Storo popular resort for and Now Years and season finds OU30 for young and 1 of 1 of the Britt roaches onr It is a noway published by not i Britt has t of r newspaper for some That town will become a railroad Unprece dented Stock of GrOOdS ing held in the and will through the laic term of Court OIIB of the Congregational be continued tho Cirouit longest ever hold in The susaion lasting through cluvnn meeting of tho Mon lay Club at tlu of Ivatu of ilia M E Church to have a Christm is trou in Chapel this early in the and that will help to forward the growth and im portance of the new subdirectors and all others interested in promoting the cause of should so man ago their affairs as to attend the Teachers Association called by Crose for January 2nd and 3d notice of which appears in this An interesting and profitable time is THU public school of Algona elosed its fall term on Friday The afternoon of that day was given to rhetorical exercises and an entertainment to which the were After a vacation ot two weeks tho school will again AT the meeting of the schoo board of this Independent held on Saturday evening al the teachers of the fall term were roalectcd except who was not an and B The board will meet again ou Saturday evening next to fill the two lion Struthers ofPocahonias by note of tho 15th acknowledged iho receipt of an invi tatlon to be present our Dairy but regreted hisinability to at tond by reason of sickness in hi Me the time spen n such meetings a very profitable n Christmas BY THE THE EVKIftKG 01 AT TUB UOUBT Sluvaow Olmraotora There will bo a special meeting of he members of the Algona Cemotry held at the Mayors of ice on Saturday tho 27th iust at 7 Mary Miss lliiry HtulHtirt Lout Auutl SiniKikHo Sungsi of SovenMay NoIIIa lughani liditli May huuio Lottlo OIUiHtinus closing Buiita Duuton Frost ICIiiK ioildess oT Nellie GoiUloitot ISininu Ooddcsa of Kulo iodiless o Mangle Addlo some of Daltons Cunodft ilwple its o Little 1ms toy and rooking of every toy rUling Hook Sets and littlo toy Dressing Olilme 0 vstor Picture Hooks and Jumping and a buuilrod oilier beautiful and pleasing things with out whiul no well regulated boy or givl can ever be ufasr OuUou liuB UDiHlior Buirel of fresli for tlio Holidays wblcU be ng tilg PrSheets lias a etqek of Holiday Gifts rarely surpassed in excellence childrenoflurger Tliore are ika from a complete sot of Dick iWorks a long list of tUe neat jtoU and of Qrasslng Municho Julia liui Wai Mii inn Spencer Kliulor chUdicn Jhsl nalayEtlith Sautu will ba a ionuert in connuiition with other Band held forth in Court House hall on Monday semliug inspiration into the the dancing lurs warj entor lined and kept busy last week by a lit at law in tvliiuh nearly thu whole ownshipinterested fatour friends bccoiri g quite loth to part with f and in consequencetjie sup ly on the oaroity U bad for the Northern Pacific railroad as baen blocked by snow and delay d by and miny cases of to death are reported from liat Sheetn is overrun with cus oinora The rush on Sat rday last was simply immense and iis stook of holiday gifts con iderably thinned informs us that bis larishioners in the Woisbrqd and jkipsey neighborhoods in Fenton ownship are to havo a ree and appropriate exercises In Weisbvod schoolhouse on nas Bennett former y presiding elder of the Northwest now pastor of the Algona was in the city yesterday on his way to whore he U a witness In the McNutt TUB jnry in of Bengsten theMihvaukoe JJ brought ju a vevdiot plaintiff for damages juoeive4 Admission 2B Clilldrou 10 Tliu moif4ber8 anil pf the H SoUool will givo ail antertnlumon iincl Ifanglug Qardoo oi Christmas Eve those having gifts to Ppnfer on or enemies are cordially Jtivitpd to com1 and Prosants can he loft a tUe Grange Btoye ov with Hie Comojlttei at tlio CburcU Sew T OuristUllN litw just received aa voice of New Ores signed for trade Special pare tafeeojn tbo selectioi pi ihlg ao4 goods will bo offeratl very lings and two north of p gvoera invJtiHoii to preaeatg ou Is to seems to be no longer lonbt about wintor having reaclief his The three or four inchc of snow on the reinforced b the evidenceof the biting i sufficiently and the jurj are requested to bring in a verdic leaving their loafing placo bythe office SroaKMBx in northern Iowa still having some trouble about ar ob taining water for their animals The winter did finallyset inwithou waiting for the filling up of swamp and sloughs by Such a ftat f things used to bo thought impos sible in the older Do not fail to call and see Goods as Lowas any Store in Northern Prnfenslfttmi 6ftfd mutlnfM irntlflSSc isiimu nr 1 uttuiinmmiMi xir nr full tltne If W Business Palnls Cofiiei nf Stflte p HvsiciA N r MMtcinaAi Notions Formerly of i hiwopmietl an Orpp 816 f lie will to wnlt IIIJMI iju AT REAL ESTATE1 LQAN1 XotnrV Pnlilli nnrt rnnVovmrcnri It fa VstSito rtf nil klTiils Vnizlit iwul lion clvcn tn Virrnnttnir ami nnrl tlin Pnvlnc nf THVRS for nhn tlifi only Oninnlele ofi in TCwnih mid Phoenix Insurance Con ONE TO Represented JUST AS THEY IOWA LANDS Sale IOWA FARMS ACRES AMD ON GREAT INDUCEMENTS OFFEREDTO SETTLERS AND A ft i Ofllco Headvfe Notary IMlMie nid TltlW TnxMpaid nd rollnnfloii Office 20 door np stairs oyerKosNiitlvQK Watsons S By tlie American Secretary mid Emigrant ACRES of this LAND arc Located in tlio BANNER STOCK DAIRYING COUNTY IN THE this Land GRASS SO3LREOH BLACK THREE Climate No Eain or Mud In One RAILROAD Througlx the and a good prospect another very PL pay This County hasVvery popular HERD and all stock is under the care of Hence no expense for except for Herding Stock costs 75 cents for Cattle and fbr Horses for the GOOD Programme of exercises for This Company lias decided to REDUCE TIIE PUICJJ of llioli JJaat to to per Acre to Actual Settlors duiiug further call on or ailclrcsa i2v the at a railroad fie out about forty Ooplbaugh G case for the Tas itaprovjmoota on louso amounts in effect ft com ilote and we areshortly o have suulj an addition toour local been ftth will nm rminJng oi4er full Kossuth County Teachers Associa tion to be held in Court House Hall in on Friday and January 2nd and 10 oclock Tem porary Organization and appoint ment of Methol of conduct ing a Ivanced primiry reading Classes to bo organized from S3 By Dor 2 ll Snbjei t Ooursa of atudy for the schools f Kossuth Led by Adams and O Shall mifeip be taught as a special branch in our public Led by assisted by Horace Wood worth and Subject Text books snould be uni Led and Paper by Wftrd Librwies at means of of soliool S M with music under tho direction of and other exercises not given in programme may be HAWKS feather Btore in suits for by ttwagUt M the evldanoe of during the meeting cuasiojis pf the for many matters of interest to them in the pursuit of their labors are to be 4U It of he fe in in our balj tajie act ye par ibe wd Flonp VJ utib UnrrtWHreV atuto und FA TIM O II T tlm DepnO Seg Ve make our own Collars and Warrant tUein to give nd stock of Harness SADDLERY and as neat COMpLEtE as Anything Ala as TVs use tot PAINTBRS 4 Jjl v   

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