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   Algona Upper Des Moines (Newspaper) - September 12, 1883, Algona, Iowa                                12 OUR CLOSING OUT ALL REMNANTS AND PARTS OF SUITS WITHOUT REGARD TO JuSt received the Glen Falls positively the best and cheaper m prices than nny we have heretofore Our first Invoice of fall clothing is It the most extensive and best assorted stock over shown in this BOOTS AND SHOES From two of the best factories in the always on Our clothing stock for this fall will be the largest and best ever offered in the We are here to do our share of the clothing and gents furnishing with good goods and low HATS AND CAPS Alread eady opened for Fall We can fit the largest man or the smallest Come and see our Olen Falls They ate the best and cheapest in this Our new line of trunks are by all odds the cheapest and will be sold at correspondingly low Or Cloths Our new book of sam ples will arrive Fits Our full stock of winter goods will arrive about the middle of next Look out for We defy Our goods are the best and our prices the Bear these things in CfCTIEB U2STE Penis Furnishing Goods Was never better from which to We can fit out any and Come and see for Dont lose this opportunity to get goods cheap until SOLOMON 3STOT WOODWORTH Is going to Chicago this and will be back in a few days with an im mense stock DRY SHOES AND CLOTHING L MCETCHIE Will during the season of the following well known and standard agricultural goods Champion Reaper and Either Combined or Single the only successful flax cutting machine ever put on the The Prairie City Made at Tbe Bertram Sans Cultivators Grand de Tour Plows and Rockford Corn Fairbanks Victor the Eclipse Wind the Buckfmger Bookemeyer Agent for the ACME INSURANCE of DES Has Reived to if and Better Dodge and Nebraska Come and and get Marblelne ful Glass and Screen Doors and Plastering Drain Building Large Stock of Dry Lum ber and Building Material always at LOW JEST BY INGHAM TERMS OF SUBSCRIPTION One copy ono One copy su One copy three I AD7EBTISINOSCALE OF One Inch one Two Inahen one Three Inches one Four Inches one Five Inches one Seven inches one Tenlnohesone Thirteen Inches one Twentyone Inches one Twentysix Indies one Professional per Business notices ten cents per line Ant flre oents per line each subsequent Lib eral discount on long time Republican State For BDREN of Benton For ORLANDO of Pottawnttnmle For Judge ot the Supreme JOSEPH of 1ottawattnmle For Superintendent ot Public JOHN ot Linn For Fortyseventh ot For Eightyfourth of Palo member of con gress from and one of the most effective speakers in the will address the people of Algona on Monday and Major our congressman from the daisy will speak here at the same IT is greatly to the credit of the dele gates from the country that they voted almost to a man against Starrs snap and his motion for a secret although botli were sprung on them without previous Of the danger and folly of the latter the Sioux City Journal spoke as follows in an old editorial All re publican conventions at from the liighest to the should stand op posed to secret Of course the general practice now with all well organized meetings of this sort is to vote upon call of the townships if it be a county upon call of the counties if it be a district or state con anil upon call of states if it be n national It is extremely rural and extremely objectionable to follow tho practice of putting ballots into a leaving tellers or secreta ries to count Such method opens the way for fraud it certainly renders doubledealing It is con ducive to good results in conventions to have it known and of record how delegations By announcing the vote in open convention the delegates are placed directly upon their personal responsibility for the character of the representation rendered the people they Such voting is inconveni ent to the man who has promised to vote on two 01 more sides of tho same Such voting is inconvenient for the delegate for any is disposed to vote in opposition to the known desire of the people who sent Such voting is embarrassing to the delegate who is disposed for any reason to show after convention that lie did exactly what he did not Men who have not spunk enough to stand up in convention and vote their honest or what they may be lieve to be the choice of the peoplo to whom they are rightly are not the sort of men to insure any party the wisest or most healthful represent And yet a purpose to conceal from public knowledge tho nature of a vote is the only apology that can be of fered for the secret ballot with its mis chievous The people of of a of a state have a right to know how their representa tives liavo and delegates who un dertake the trust of sitting in conven tion as representatives have no right to conceal their action from the full knowledge of the parties for whom they In the con vention That It U tha aeuso of of tlila con vention that good fulth requires that candldutea July ever maintained the rlafit and tutu of rfjfcttny bad and tncouipettnt cantti Sturr In an editori The lUiiu taine Aon for nomination tit Its data for hands shall ublde by Its decisions and that any candidate for numlim tlonby thin convention who la unwilling to pledge himself ad vance that he will abide by and support the nom inations made today itiould signify such un willingness to the con vention before the bal loting tliis may look like consistency to such high moral reform organs us our With the ordinary run of hard citizens who have no such exalted ideas of howev it is generally considered that what is sauce for tho goose is sauce for tho and that if the editor of tlio JlepiMicrtn reserves the right to reject bad and incompetent nomi it is pretty hard to pass a snap resolution Inking away that right from the lower orders if The truth tlio resolution was intended simply to kill Hist us a candidate for the oflice of It is the very essence of and will meet witli the condemnation it Starrs attempt to bind men to the nominees of any convention in ad vance would be completely controlling their wills and overthrowing their in and sounds very queer af ter the unqualified atllrmation of his own right and duty to reject them if they are bad and Algona 15 With such names us Hist for and Haggard for which it is probably safe to way will be nomin ated by 5 The probabilities point strongly to the renoinination of Hist for and Haggard for by Both these gentlemen have demonstrated their fltwmsfur their anil have splendid Consistency has never been a notice able feature of our contemporarys ca but its fallingsshort have rarely amounted to such deliberate treachery as it exhibited in the lute convention on the nomination for county treasur Its readers who have been pleased to see it urffing the nomination of Hist by will begin to see what kind of u trap its deceptive enthusiasm After throwing us much such bait us in order to draw Hint into the hunds of the clique whu were planning his Sturr arose in the after having his defeat uud read a written in on thu olllco paper of the uud showing pledging ull candidates to abide by the action of thu Hiid not with characteristic refused to become a seeker after nomination at the hands of Any and said that if the convention should see fit to choose him of its own accord he would be pleasec to be ft lie would have been dragged bound by a snap resolution and then hia throat would have been quietly in accordance with our moral contemporarys such sharp schemes are always and independence and manliness always have their re This time it will come in the shape of a popular verdict by the peo reaffirming the jow5Ho talk of the Republican that Riat should be nominated by THK following editorial mention ap peared in the last JCoituttt mal Valentine and Kllng completed their normal work at this place on Valentine leav ing for his home In Dakota Hum boidt and Kllng leaving on Saturday morning for AVorth where he conducts a two weeks and from Korth wood Kllng goes to Wright where he has been engaged to conduct another During the four weeks of institute work here these gen tlemen have done excellent yrork and given the best of satisfaction to all Perhaps no two institute instructors in Iowa know the wants of the teachers of the country schools bet ter than these two School work has been their life and they know well the nature of insti uc tion the teachers most and it is the universal opinion of the members of our normal that the instruction re ceived from these excellent educators has been what they most needed to make their schools a During their short stay here they have made many friends among the citizens of our We all wish them success in their THE Spirit Lake Beacon has the fol lowing complimentary notice of Kos suthscandidates One thing tobeno tad in the Iowa campaign this fail is the fact that all parties are bringing their best men to the Wil one of Kossuths standard business and a firstclass i firm er of the same are among the canidates for legislative honors in the Algona THE LIST OF Together With Their Fontcfllie Ad The following table shows the com plete list of names of those in attend ance upon the their postoulce which we trust will be found of interest to all Olive Louisa Austin Adams Emma Anderson Jennie Belle Edlln Blanchard Kldora Ella Jennie Alice Jennie Rosa Breen Julia Laura Edith Florence Pluma Bertha Fannie LUC7 Carrie Hattle Grace Marr Stella Hattle Chester Agnes James Louisa Colb Eva Jennie Dreeimun Meldred Bessie Cora Kate MBIT Tressle ilddlngs Susie K Badle Lorn Muttle Badle Sarah Man Ueckan Cora Kmnm Henderao Mamie Lucy Annie Annie Bertha Emma Hattle Jones Helle Walter Deeta Amelia McClellan Martha McComb Arbella McPherso Luella Mclbersoi McUermott Jemima Martin Clam Nettle Aurrllla Merrlum Florence Mlnkler Addle Moora Wallace Adullii Harriet OrmUton Mury HuUIo Ella Jennie Pettlbone Josle Row Llllle Lara Lena Annie Rutherford Nellie Frunkle Emma Frank Jessie Nellie Ida Marr Fanule Bchenck Nellie Ella Thomas Lorena Thompson Nellie Florence Annie Cora Muttle Hellen Caroline Weber Dora Caroline Edith Laura Williams Alma Cora Alice Cora LouUa Clara JustUia Kumuocb 820 20 Hill 817 10 417 17 IS 20 8 8 U 111 IK 20 20 IB aw 19 IBM 20 it IK 20 20 20 20 I 1120 10 10 11 20 15 720 1 18 10 H 111 20 19V 20 15 H 17 20 17W 11US 1120 1 Hi 020 820 111 20 220 10 20 20 20 15 n 8 15 17 e Algona Algona Bancroft Bancroft Wesley Bancroft Algona Algona Bancroft ona Algona Earth Bancroft Algona Ramsay Seneca La Verne Algona Inrlngton Alfona Algona Inrlngton Algona Algona Algona Algona Algona Algona Algona Algona Algonu Algoriu Algona Algona Wesley Wesley Buffalo Fork Whlllemore Algona Algona Seneca Beneca Algona Algona Algona Bancroft Algonu Algoua Algona Algona Irvlngton Algona Algona Algonu Algona Algona Algona Algona Algona Algoiia Algona Algona Algona Wesley Whltteuore Algona Algona Algoiia Algoua Bancroft Algonu Algoua Algoua Bancroft Algona Algona Algona Algona Algona Algoua Algona Whlttemora Algona Woslejr ATTORNEYS AT Money to loan on renl estate and chattel Office In McCall Slate QUAKTON ATTORNEYS AT Will practice In all the state nnd federal Beal estate bought nnd Prompt attention to notarial and collection oiilco ut end of hall over Kossuth County I I Piles I A sure cure for itch ing and ulcerated piles has been discov ered by an Indiam reme dy called Williams Indian Oint A single box has cured tho wutbt chronic cases of 25 years stand No one need suffer five minutes after applying this wonderful soothing Lotions and instruments do more harm than Williams Oint ment absorbs the allays the in tense particularly at night af ter getting warm in acts us u gives instant und painless re and is prepared ooljr for itching of the private and for nothing It is mailed on receipt of Sold by Algo lOy WAIT for the nonpareil velveteen soon to arrive at HOUSB to at this of NRW Keeps also it RESTAURANT where Bests lager beer Is always on I keep a quiet and orderly Come and see NOTICE OF The firm of McGetchle has this day dissolved The accounts up to date will be settled by the old Those Indebted Mil settle at The business will be continued by Hi August 2818 SHERIFFS Notice Is hereby that by virtue of a gener al to me directed by the clerk of the cir cuit court of Kossuth against the of In favor ot I will offer nt public to the highest ind best tor at the door of the court In the town of county of on the 22d day of between the hours of 0 oclock and 4 oclock on said all of said Weldens and Interest In and to the following described real situated In Kossuth towlt The west half of the northwest quarter ot section range of the Fifth Sale to commence at the hour of 2 oclock of aid Witness my Imnd this 24th day of Sheriff Kossuth LAW AND REAL ATTORNEY AT Office on Thorlngton ATTORNEY AT Office over Kossuth County Q ATTORNEY AT Office over Comstocks ATTORNEY AT Collection Office with ATTORNEY AT Office In Upper IX B Moines Physician and Office on State next door east of Cordliig Residence on McGregor cast of public hool Physician and Will attend all Office over Slieetz drug Found at night next door up front over BEST SET OF Office over Sheelz drug SURGEON All work warranted and satisfaction Improved Instruments Specialty nade of saving the natural teeth by Best f references Office In Irldus drug ORIGINAL OK Kossuth the Dis trict 1 Slough and Clarke against Margaret Carr and Abigail To said defendants You are hereby notified hat a petition of the plaintiffs In thu above en Itled action Is now tiled In the olllco of the clerk of said claiming of you that tliey uni ihu the absolute and unqualified In fee of Die east mlf of the southwest ijuarter ot wctlon thirty In township ninetyfour rungo thirty west of the Fifth anil iskliiBthatyoube forever barred nml estopped rom having or claiming any mutest therein ad rerse to plaintiffs and unless you appear thereto and defend on or before noon of the day of he next September term of ualcl district to w begun and holdon at tint courthouse In n said on the 24tli day of default will be entered against ami udgineut rendered 2014 Plaintiffs ORIGINAL BTATK OF Kuasirth September King uimlnut Kllzubeth To said defendant You are hereby notified that hero la uow on tile a petition of the iilaliif Iff In the ibove entitled action u the clerk of aalil claiming of you the full satisfaction of record of u certain mortgage given by onu John Beset to you upon the east half ol the south west quarter and the southwest quarter of the southwest quarter of section number three In ownnblp ninetyfour of range num ber twentynine 211 of the Fifth claiming that fluid mortgage In u cloud upon ulalntUTH and asking said court to cancel the same of and the sum of fifty dollars dam ages lor falling to satisfy the same and unless you appear thereto and defend on or before noon of he first day ol the next September term of said district to be begun and holden ut the court house In In said on the 24th du of default will be entered uguliwt and judgment rendered 14 Halutlifs Algona Notice Is hereby given to ull persons holding claims against Aigona College to present the same with necessary evidence to either of the under on or before tho 2lUi day of Sen 2015 Algona Bus Line Leave orders for bus or bag gage at either the Bongey or Hancock Real Estate Lauds bought and sold oa oom Special attention given to care and sole if estate m Kuaauth and adjoining counties German Inaur Passage 8QW at lowest THE STATE OF BT THB A PROCLAMATION For the General October 0 Pursuant to Buren governor of the state of do hereby proclaim that a the general election to be held on the second Tues da In the offices hereinafter named are to be towlt By rote of all the electors of the state The office of governor of the state of Iowa The office of The office of Judge of the supreme court In place of James whose term of ofllce will expire December The olllce of superintendent of public Instruo By vote of the electors of the several senatorial dis tricts designated below The office of senator in the general assembly from eachof said towlt The Second composed of the counties of Tan Buren and Davis The Third composed of the counties of Appanoose and Monroe The Fourth composed of the counties of Wayne and Lucas The Fifth composed of the counties of Clarke and Decatur The Sixth composed of the counties of and Union The Eighth composed of the counties of Mills and Montgomery The Eleventh composed of the counties of Louisa and Washington The Fourteenth composed of the county of Mahoska The Fifteenth composed of the county of Marlon The Sixteenth composed of the counties of Madison and Warren The Seventeenth composed of the coun ties of and Dallas The Nineteenth composed of the county Of Fottawuttamle The Twentythird composed of the coun ty of Jackson The Twentyfourth composed of the counties of Cedar and Jones The Twentyfifth composed of thecoun y of Johnson The Twentysixth composed of the coun ty of Linn The Twentyseventh composed of the county of Benton The Twentyeighth composed of the county of Marshall The Tlilrtyllrst composed of the coun ties of Boone and Btoiyi The Thirtysecond composed of the counties of Hnnlln nnd ttmndy The Thirtythird composed of the coun Jes of Buchanan and Delaware The Thirtysixth composed of the coun y of Clayton The Thirtyninth composed of the coun ts of Butler and Bremerj The Fortieth composed of the counties of Allnmukee and Fayette The Fortyfirst district composed of the counties of and Worth The Fortythird composed of the coun les of Cerro and Wlu lebngo The t ortyslxth composed of the coun iesof and Crawford The Fortyseventh composed of Hie counties of Palo Em nnd Clay The Fortyninth composed of the coun lesiof ind By veto of the electors of the several counties and representative districts The office or represent ative Iti the genera from eacii of said counties and representative us follows The counties of Des Potr and euch two repre sentatives The counties of Van Mont Madi Bu Mitch Cerro and each one representative The i Seventysecond composed of the counties of and Osceola The SeventyBfth composed of the coun les of Ida and Buena Vista The Seventysixth composed of the counties of Cherokee and Clark The i Seventyeighth composed of the counties of Calhoun and Pocaliontas composed of the coun les of OBrien and Dickinson The Elglityfourtii composed of the Pal9 i1110 and Kossuth The i Eightyimh composed of the coun les of Humboidt and Wright The i Eightysixth composed of the coun les of and And I do further nnd give that in r general election the offices lamed having become are to be y vote of the electors of the counties of Scott nnd composing the second circuit of the Seventh judicial district The office of circuit Judge of the second circuit 3f said to ill the vacancy occasioned by lie resignation of Blcliman By vote of the electors of the Sixth congressional Theomce of representative In congress from aid district to flli the vacancy occasioned by the death of K ull electors throughout the state and Istrlcts and circuits mentioned will take due no and the sheriffs of the several counties will uke official notice and be governed In Testitiwny I liave hereunto set my and caused to be affixed the Great Seal of Done at DCS Moines this fourth day of In the year of our Lord one thousand eight hundred nnd of the Independence of the United States the one hundred and and of the state of Iowa the Sheriffs To the electors of Xossulh county Notice Is given to the qualified electors of said coun y that at wild general elcctlo ae following offices re to be filled By vote of all the electors of the county The office of treasurer The office of auditor The office of sheriff The office of superintendent of schools The office of supervisor The office of surveyor The olllce of all the electors of the county will take lue notice and be governed In witness whereof I have hereunto set my hand seal this JOth day of Sheriff Kossuth ORICINAL Kosauth the Dis trict September Cor bin against Mary Townsend Pitt Sarah Mary Laura heirs at law of PHt deceased To said defendants You are hereby notified hat a petition of the plaintiff In the above entitled action Is now Hied In Hie olllco of the clerk of said claiming of you that he Is absolute and un iuallfled owner of the northwest quarter of the outhwest quarter of section eight the west Hilt of the southeast quarter of section twentytwo the northwest quarter of section thirtytwo the northwest quarter of section nineteen the west halt of the northeast quarter of nee Ion nineteen the west halt of the northeast juartcr or section twentyone and the soutli veut quarter of section thirty all in township ninetyfour 014 range twentyseven 27 1Ifth uiiil asking that you be for ver Imrred mill estopped from having or claiming my Interest therein adverse to plnlutUI and un css you appear thereto and defend on or before loon of Urn first day ot the next September term ol aid district to be begun and holdun at the ourthousii In In wild on tlio 24tli lily of default will be entered igalnsl and Judgment rendered 2011 1IaliitlHa It has become a great popular success In one ear by Its untiring enterprise It bus attracted ut cntlon throughout the country by Its peralstaut and fearless utUicks upon abuses of every descrlp lon and It has achieved universal rtspect Ihruugh Ls reliability In gathering news uud its Independ ent opinions upon the topics ot the it has taught the busy citizens of V Chicago and the Great that all the news of every day in the year cau be presented dally in u readable form on tour pages for Two IJy mall tlio priced Chicago One One mouth MI 50 The CVifcayu WalUu eight tha Largest and Bent Weekly Newspaper lu thu A sermon by thu DuWltt Talmage la every One Dollar per The Chicago Sunday 82 ler The Chicago 120 And 122 JAMES KOSSUTH COUNTY BANK Incorporated under general lam of Deposits money foreign and do mestic exchange bought and Collections made promptly and a general banking business Passage to or from tlie old countries sold at lowest Vice LEWIS Lewis Barnet AMBROSE Vice BANK OF Incorporated under the General GENERAL Cloths and FILL Merchant Tailors Will furnish goods and trimmings for suits when desired by as cheap as can be bought All work done and Satisfaction Coll and MANCFACTUIIE Wagons and And do General Repairing of and Farm Machinery general plow repainting of Keep all ilnds of Hardwood and thoroughly sea oned Wagon and Carriage WAGONS AND BUCCIES FOR All work In our lino will receive prompt utten Satisfaction Shop faces court house on the New Livery SMITH RING laving purchased the livery stock formerly owned by and added largely Is low prepared to furnish as FINE TURNOUTS as can be tad In tlio at prices In ac cordance with the Those desiring rigs tor Ladles Riding or Driving can be accommodated with safe and comfortable Give htm a GO TO HECKART For your staple and fancy Pro Thanking my numerous patrons for past I liopo by fair and honest dealing and low prices to nerlt a continuance of the same In tiie I youn CHRISCHILLES NEW GOODS HAVE FHANK Proprietor of the Stato street MEAT MARKET Keeps on hand a supply of IB o a cL Fresh and Salted Smoked and ev erything kept in a Unitclass CASH PAID FOR House and Sign In per Orders by postal card or otherwise promptly at Shop on Dodge two iloora south of LOUIS dealer In til Linda or Picture Look tug und all of UHADY jarilearau for public Alia aguit for the Victor So ALCONA State East of Commercial Woahlng called for any day of the and de Family washing done Ut special Lace curfulni and all wane of thin class doao In the nnost and REMNANTS at less than half DRESS GOODS so cheap that it will astonish MILLINERY at about half very SHOES AND SLIPPERS at quite a reduction in Also some splendid bargains on the and 25 cent Come be fore the best bargains are all at JUST RECEIVED I The the the most desira ble styles of STAPLE AND FANCY DRT GOODS NOTIONS Including every desirable fabric for fall and winter Our uniform LOW PRICES TO ALL GALBRAITH Will sell all kinds of goods I For a short preparatory to getting in his fall JO THE The announcement occurs very often these days that someone is LOSING OUT Going to discontinue or something of the but this is not the case with He is here to and is always happy to accommodate his patrons and the public gen erally with something in his Bear this in Handle the very best lines of Free Delivery to any Part of Thorlngton opposite Court 1 THE OLD WIGWAM We have the most complete line of goods ever brought into It consists of Reapers And all other goods used either on the farm or Dont forget the old Wigwam at JONES   

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