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   Algona Republican (Newspaper) - November 5, 1879, Algona, Iowa                                j li AMB ALMOST ANYTHING ELSE YOU MAY NOW IS THE KOSSUTH NOVEMBER Carey of n mis mue fliArin folks had n jollification on Thursday Bit fMadvftftee fin ftAffthtt NOTICES 4 Clothing Clothing 1 Iftrnecrl to po unclothed while Odflifetonk offers his immense stock of Clothing no Examine and price his goods at any SJew Goods New Goods f CotnBlock has them by the ftnl only wants a chance to benefit by giving thorn rare Dont fail to call on him before 40tf Hatsi now outfit at Hancocks f uiAiutts now outfit at wfts everoffered before in wnxATper 0n say it for your do not purelmso your fall and winter before examin ing Comatocks immense 40tf Livery Liv Salej and Keeps best of Homes and first class Car Passengers taken to any part of the Terms low and Location junt south of the Bongey House on Thor ington JOHN per BBANS per bHuliel50c@tl.oo. BUTTER per per CBRKSB pur CORK per peld ILoun per Hooa per ONIONS por OATS per The rtrau t Boom I Mo Station Situation as Clerk or general workman around Wages not so much of an object as n Can furnish best of re commendations and In quiro at this Zephyrs and Fancy Hall has the best lino of Zephyrs and Fancy Yarns in Dry Yankee In fact everything you may want can be obtained at Comstocks at prices which will astonish 49tf Farm to The farm of late Abrara Hill in Portland township is offered for rent on reasonable of Hill on the Flax Crawford pays for good Flax Seed at and at Fort 31 Brick I have a kiln of A 1 Brick whioh 1 ofter for sale at six dollars per 48tf DANIEL NOW We tell you to go to Comstooks and look over his stoak and price his goods before 49 tl 1OO Overcoats iJust received by Wood and to ho sold out at a sacrifice before New hands us the following for publica on To Ticket society of the of the IVnnesee rafeets in Chicago a KANTS occurs the same date and excursion tickets will besold to Chicago from all Stations at sixty per vent of full tare both Sell llth and good to return until The time is made thus long to afford the public an opportunity to attend the Fat Stock Show to be held in Chicago at that and Dairy The time has arrived when pre parations snould bo made for hold ing the Annual Fair of the Kossuth County Dairymen and Stockgrowers and in order to fuoili tate these the follow ing committees have been appointed by proper authority On John On On The committees are requested to meet at the office of the undersigned on at 10 Subscribers of the KEPUHMOAN receiving llielr papers with an X utter Jliiir name will know that tuey are in arrears lor Wesley Educational The Wesley Educational Assooia tipn will hold an adjourned meeting in the school house at on November at eleven ALICE Asst I wouldrpspDotf ully solicit n share the public All fitf Shop Cleary store south nt the public IStf Heoksrt Imi upward of rfcriok for Oive him a 47tf Pay Pay un parties owing tha un ill find it to their interest to call immediately and settle up their au Recounts with cash or by ut complain thai von hnve had A girl for general house Will You Smoke Boss Five Cent Cigars can be founU u Poter WinkelV Crockery and A new and superior invoice of Glassware has just been reuoivfld by It will pay yon well to and price befora purchasing tf has passed into tho editori al control of Nate A formerly editor of the Iowa Tim latter paper under his management was ouo of the best tcmpmance papers But lack of patronage compelled its sus and itis now merged in Hied known how to got up 11 first dims tempuranco pa and the people of ought to bo congratulated upon the change that has Our Good TernpUr readers will bo interfistcd in thu fact that the Order is given B spuoial whioh will con tain mnvs of the progress of the work throughout tho There ought to bu a club in Of course if tumpernnuu organs are to be they must bo sustain And considering the grtat good they are able to the mntter of support should not bo left an open Single subscrip tions to are per an We suppose there are reduc tions to and a good sized onu ought to be raised easily in Al The person who gets up a good club will have done an impor taut service temperance one compared with which moreos tenttttious labors will frequently prove HAKTSUORN is returned froru the Fortyninth district with A majoriy in every county in his dis trict whioh is a sufficient endorse raent of one of the most popular and capable members of tha It was through his effort alone that sec tiou secured the Chicago Paul against one of the strongest corporation ever known in the His personal popu larity has made that the banner sen atorialdistrict of the We clip the above from the Des Aloines correspondence of thu Paul Pio neer Press of We ob sjrve that Hartshorn is receiving complimentary notices fromthose who have most carefully watcher his course in the State His six years of experience as a law maker wilWill further extend and enlarge his power for and wo shall expuct to see the 49th Senatorial District at the front in legislative work of the coming Senator Hartshorn 11 L i j u i of last week over the completion of the Lake Crystal and Blue Karth branoh of the Paul Sioux City railroad to that The officers of the road and a number of distin guished men from Paul eame iJiwn from the northern metropolis to assist the Ulne Karthers in their Tint is thu road whiish is poititina to It forms a jnno tion with what is now the main line at Crystal a town about twelve miles southwest from Man Blue Earth is now a railroad nttd the people of that burg should IIH pirmiUed to enjoy thrtr new distiiuitioti to their utmost of Wesley township gave us a business call on From him we learn of the sad loss sustained by Joseph Stewart of that townshi death of his She man and may have a brilliant future before AT their quarterly eleeuon last Friday the Good Templars elected the following olFmers The has a healthy gain in membership during the past Meetings are held every fcViday evening in Watsons Hall good meetings that in the died on after an illnofls of two leaving a fami ly of six the widest of whom ia but H years of Butts has his store in opera tion at Wesley and is doing a good The new preacher of the charge at Wesley if making hosts of friends among the people of that 1 New York State Cream cry butter was quoted in markets at 30 to 02 In the same market on the same Wes tern Creamery Butler was quoted at 32 to 35 Now that strikes us as being a proud thing for the And if our dairymen should far forget their natural western modesty as to indulge in a little quiet boast ing over thtiir eastern why they may be But there should be no halt in this work of have the cheap grain and pasturage West and if wo gain still more over the eastern and brothers of and all of Fayette passed through Algona last week on their return from a prospecting tour into Dakota Fresh Broad can be found a Winkels linkory iavcry kinds can and Lamp trimmings of all be found with O 2tf uoodwonh has nndonbt tbe largest and finest stock of Clonks ever brought into Call and price before J Ontton has taken charge pf hqrjngton Street jwll wfcde it worthy the jwrpn the Warm meals served fresh For The undersigned offers for sale an improved farm of 160 sitnat ed about sevun miles northwest from Fifty five acres under good house stabling for 20 head of cattle granary corn crib and good grove of Inquire of si The Lodgti doing a and thu interest in the Still there are many outside of the Lodge who could aid in a good cause by and such persons would find it a to Wallace Rued have contracted the butuir from thnir Urearaery for through tha have out for gathering hardly more than All grades aud prices The best in market tM 75 per IV r to the Of all and at ajl suit are always ket by T parea Opened has opened liei and the it resit Oysters by the pan or dish at any Qall ass 30 cents per pound month of but two teams oream and fairly at work as still they are makng about one hundred pounds of butter a day Their routes aro to the north and west of but they hope soon to go south and Wa have been favored with a sample of what the creamery can burn off in the way of and while we rnako no pre tension to being a superior judge of we can say that tbU cream ery butter suits us better than any thing of thekiiul we have They took up near the new town of about throe miles wem of Fireateel on the Jim Mitchell is a railroad town of some pretensions and much anil the country tributnry to it is said to bd an ex cellent farming Home steads can still be obtained within a fewmiles of iho county is considerably ahead inpopulation of most of the North west as judging by the election re Hamilton county oust Pooahontas and the Northwestern counties still Algona UK siiys votes ware pull ed in Kossnth against 004 last venr Webster county this year polled against hist This maktfs no allowance for the mar ket boom and does not iiiolude tha packing house Dodge In flavor an4every character of palatable this toujjhea a tender chord with wouldnt have noticed n of but a friend onlU attention to the fqlttUment of urouhegy gf the HIKPUBU gt t the cheese business must take phailge for the beuer ere many The prediction was are slowly adding to the list of Kossuth County but must urge the warriors thhuriy up a The Mason City Republi can published a list of the soldiers now located in Oorro Qordo and the length of that list is some thing of which that county may be We shall improve upon our plan by giving a short record of the campaigns of each Walk up comrades and add your names to our We are in receipt of a very handsome specimen of job printing from the office of City tho shape of a lurge size in colors and The center piece oannot be while the press work and compos tion of the whole are and the job is an good recommend as nny country office need Saturday last our towns fortunate as to pay on be tlwary hat tfo re 4uoe4 eertftin faJIaw Und owner in thit arrived in town last Carey is the present owner of Amos farm in Wesley Peter Winkel has sold out his in terest in the State Street moat mar ket to his brother who is pro prietor and manager of the institu Allen pastor ol the Uiiivertwlist church in will preach in UnivernaFisl hiippl next Sunday morning at 11 President Hayes has issued his proclamation appointing Thursday thu 27th day ol a day ol thanksgiving throughout the proclamation will doubt soon Gear and un escort of the Grand Army of tho Republic mot and party at Council and will accompany them across the State of Ellen Foster has issued petitions for circulation throughout the State asking the Legislature U submit the prohibitory constitution al It ought to be signed by everybody in carpenters and glaziers have tho fine glass front completed tor Heads new The store room promises to be one of the roomiest and pleasautust in Winkel has torn down the old icehouse connected with the and will remove it to some more convenient Manchester Band will be in town next Monday evening and will furnish music for a club That will be an occasion for limbering up shaking the folds out of the light fantastic Setchel came very near trying anjnvoluntary descent from the court house roof the other Ha managed to catch the corner df the tower as he was and so saved himself to look after that the prairies are nearly burned The absence of a coating of dead grass will give the loose snow a good chance to zip over the country next on the diagonal sidewalk to the depot was begun last Mon day moining under charge of Street Commissioner Johnson recently drove over from Algona one hundred and sixty head of which ho pro poses to have fed here during the winter under supervision of George Alto Ite Stretiter was unloading flax weed nt Fords wareroom the other his horses became fright eued and backed off tho turning the wagon bottom upwards and landing the horses and all in a Streeter has lost nearly forty hogs and shoats by dieseaso this arid the sickness is still among his Some of these hogs were quite ieady for making their loss doubly heavy to be raise two crops of flax in a single sason in Kossuth ynt weve heard romantic in 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 02TS FRIGE TO and Goods Represented JUST AS THEY IOWA LANDS IOWA FARMS ACRES AWD ON GREAT INDUCEMENTS OFFERED TO SETTLERS AND By fhe American President Secretary anil Emigrant ACRES of this LAND are Located in KOSSUTH the BANNER STOCK DAIRYING COUNTY IN THE Of this Land18 FIRSTCLASS GHRASS SOIL RBCH BLACK THREE OlimatB No Rain or Mud in tut little Snow One Through tlie and a good prospect of another very pay This County has 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 81 for Horses for the GOOD MILLS p ld was so over counters a gold piece in mistake for a silver The loss U serious one of but it ehuuld spine rBcomponse to observe the unanimity with which people und aeny Im oonfuss that they did not receive that gold piece Iiee4 are weighing mistake or otherwise the demand in the marketOf the eeijl4 be foreseen and their were out bunting 4wpfe and little UP m tf wwAy wwld have 40011 is tok e vise that greatly have brought I dividuols inxinuale that it was cold Whitewater Chron Florence Call has entered the Academy of Fine in Chica where she is devoting her atten tion to the study of drawing and Call has a decided taste for this and her talents fit her for success in butter makers shouldnt fail to visit the Creamery at the and see the way they wake Ladies Aid Society of the will have a dime social at College next Thurs day Come every This Company has decided to REDUCE THE PUICE of their to to per Acre to Actual Settlers during the year 1878 For furllier call 011 or address lecture of Ford beforo be Normal class was post until next Tuesday meeting of the Uupd Tewplarc Reined to clash witU his former formwjy of this U nowemployed iu he Mivhigaq He Las uharge of guug of mw a a salary of f so per We make our own Collars and Warrant them to give HA WES Leather Storej and pr stock s HARNESS and SADDLERY FUY and Plastering is about as war COMPLETE as Anything can to In this World Also at Cheap VALI8E3 QOMBf itantln Susinosa ftdrt Snrgeom CARFIELt nflVarciAK oH next door to Fords comiV Thorlngton TJ ANT Iai ifiwlilne Opposllfl Coint Tomierly of oponnd i Over ShsstrDrup Storej wliovi he will bo plewed to wait dpoii At np ATTORNEY AT j REAL ESTATE LOANAQIJ Niitnry Piihlle niirt H Ufndj bonifht and nnd TerfcPttnTl nd the Paying of THXPI for nonrnilileiifq he onlv Oomnleto of Tltiieto Kossiith A irpnt for f lifl nd riioinlic 8 A OEST cheap lands Office nest fieeiftTt CRANVILLE OOUN8RHOB AT Notary Public nml o mnmpHy Hlteiided Tltln Tarns paid for Notirps nml follwtlOM Office2d doorupatiilra over Kossuth HANCO 0 v Watsons DKV On State east ot CAULK riothint or West state si ROBINSON ete Southwpjt eon O State and SeeadvC J i Ml seed Oil ta FARM lfAMProN KEAPKH8 Mowep 8tAfB stroefc T VJ the O ena in the latest jfcie or flip arKl   

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