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   Algona Republican (Newspaper) - November 12, 1879, Algona, Iowa                                V1 ANS AND ALMOST ANYTHING ELSE YOU MAY NOW IS 4 IttpfritfiUm Kates KOSSUTH NOVEMBER IT is with a vast deal of pleasure and Fanoher are that we announce the news that one go unclothed while offers bis infmensH stock so Examine and Goods f Now Goods I Sbrnstock has them by the car lj ailrt only wants a chance to 6t his patrons by giving Ihem Dont fail to call on 40tf M Hew outfit at RtiVelyflftyj lOW say it for do not purchase your inA winter goods before examin omstooks immense 40tf ayery Stable grove Liv and Keeps Kof Horses and lirst class Oar Passengers taken to any Kbf the Terms low Location just i of House on Thor i Algonai as Clerk or JVal workman fees not so much of an object us Can furnish best of rc niendationS and In and Fancy Hall has tho best lino of gyra and Fancy Yarns in of Alffonas populur htt3 purchased iho Russell House block and will at once enter upon tho work of improving and filing up that building for busi Hancock exchanges a por tion of bis stock of merchandise for this hotel paying cash for Ihe started for Illinois on Monday morning to get the necessary papers for making tho transfer of tho It is the intention of Hancock to sell off his stock of merchandise immedi ately and his whole attention to the hotel A new roof Will oif the building and the entire inside will be filed np in first class Tho outside will be treated to a coat of similar in color to the court and other outside improvements will be Hancock seems to be just the man to take hold of this enterprise and it through to Wo have long felt the need of such a hotel as the new proprietor is de termined to make and our peo ple will regard this as a great public We have good hotels to be but something more in needed to supply the needs of the traveling Tins week the veterans of ihe old Army of ihu Tennesee are lo meet in find with their number swelled bythousands of old soldiers from the Army of thu Army of thy Army of the and other grand divisions rebellious Yankee fact everything you may want be obtained at Comstocks at pswhich will astonish Flax Crawford for good at and 31 Brick Bave a kiln of A 1 1 offer for sale at six i per S8tf DANIBL I II I I I NOW you to go to Oomstocks over and price before 49 tf of thu Union are to Army of ihair old snub a rucep lion w was nssver known in this Chicago located if not entirely settled upon the farm in Portland We were misinformed as to Fan chers former giving it as instead of Now York City as would have been have cor and Fancher a daughter living in ountry in timiof will he on tho principal day ol the For wlio havo uligibli and those to b 1OO Overcoats by Wood rto be sold out at a sacrifice yonld respectfully solicit a share ge public All fits Shop over Oleary kins store south ot the public 15tf Irties owing the undersigned Jncl itto theii interest to call up their ao wjth oash or by pooiriplain you have had gitjoflt oodwonb hasupdoubt largestand finest stock of a Uloakji ever brought into pth before one of tho grundwm and mowt inter estinjr likely to be wiinessud in quarter of n century but to Mui poor fiAlbw who in coiiipilleil to rest standing on tho curbstone or on the the interest in tho demonstration will be largely din Market APPLES per BEAKS per BUTTBK per BARLEY per CIIEKSB per Corns per FLOUB per Hoas per Onions per OAIS per POTATOES per Kya per WHEATpor UEJJVKS per Hoos per TIMOTHY per PLAX per bushel Western and State creamery but ter was quoted in New York last Saturday at Dairy but ter was quoted at Cheese was firm with a certainty that full prices would be obtaind by taken charge of jngton Street made it worthy the patron ho Wavm meals at all Oysters Subscribers of he receiving their papers with an X after nuaie will know that they are in arrears or Wesley Educational The Wesley Educational Associa tion will hold an adjpimied meeting in bq school house at on Npyenjber at eleven TiAdrLTOnm and if was from this place that their goods wore last shipped to Fanoher has been for upwards of twenty years connected wilh iho commercial and manufaoluring interests of Now York having been connected for fifteen years with the house of Stewart Fancher has long looked upon this part of Iowa as a desirable locality in whiuh to engage in thestook raising busi It is his intention to make of on which at present the basis of his operation instock raising and and will purchase young stock for a begining next We are glad to welcome Fan oher to Kossuth and hope ho will never have reason to rugret locating JOSKIMI THOMPSON is a patron of the Wallace Reed and is credited with furnishing more croatu lo a given quantity of milk than anyoilier So wo inter viewed Ho says there is noth ing about it al He has Scotch Millei a lo his rnilch cows in a judicious giving each day a feeding of chopped and rich milk syems locouiu of we should ssiy it ought has found tha grsat which lends to success in the dairy Tlie millet is very food and must be feed sparingly make a natural feed for kweping iheir systems regululnd and giving llui milk producing machinery opportunity lo work up llie raw innloriul without unnecessary n the milk producing feed aiul milk producing machinery lo up the nniJ milk and liuh cream and gilt edge butter are mire lo bo ihe are as follows This Lodge isfionris numbers 33 about thirty tons of which hu is feuding officers were Alice John Tho Bak Obed Fred Julia Scliool The following list contains niimesof thosa pupils wlumo stand ing for tfiy month is 90 or 100 being The general average is madf up from the daily attendance and deport ment Harry Mary Katie Eva Williu Leonard Ernest Eunis Alice McCtink Fay Nora Annis Alay Dede Lulu Maggie Duvid Aunis Willie the meeting of the ladies of Algona last week to organize a society for the relief of the needy poor of this town and the following officers were elected Wilson Ford ITorton Kate Starr Executive Ames raised at f 400 bushels of turnips t Jie last and thinks would havo been doubled season not been uncomn He finds that his cows do better since ho begun fee an allowance of J is a patron of Wallace He will timi dairying just as soon as the can Im mude and thinks Ihe flow milk can be kupt the muxinv with a judicious fmidinur f dencc of thu brides 1 by Rev Herbert Whil of ter of We clip above fr Oharlos City ujirl Airs White offer our g ulations and hearty good Now the dairy mens should prepare that butter ditiry fair to come off We had a highl display onu year bo ty and but no pass without improvement shall expect to see a improvement in dai ducts as We announce the progra ium lint next tliursday of last drove of about forty ci half dozen two year through town on the Moore to They were rathei like most calves cattle being brought dt wheat growing Iowa corn will change their Asat Coast Oranges Eighty ceuta a pepk at J w Papers an4 magazines at Pali ftt ReoorderB itf Crockery Anew Jftvoiofj of Jlwmw has ob revived W It will you welkte price before tf All to always in The name of the organization is to be The Algous Home Relief A committee to draft a constitution was after which adjournment was lakeu to Thursday of this week at four oclock at the THB drunken driver of a mule team went careering down Thoring ton Street the other day was tossed and landed a rod or go from the The mules snubbed the end of the wagon pole against a tree and came to an expensive The pieces were brought back into town to be glued When people do creditable job they take some pleasure in calling attention to No one Ima yet to announce himself the master Vorkwiw bringing the owner that mulf team tp grief and of WejJeyf has his stook of goods and good will in the mercantile at that point for the farm qf Johu The two gentlemen were Jn OH WtmJay 9jQtt reek Lodge ng quarter and Hancock retains possession of bis private residence aud Hubbard has removed to his new residence in tax list for will soon be in the hands of tho county was over west last week to atlend Ihe of the District Arter lias taken the school in Barnot Devines district of Irvington Frank Benjamin is with Mo Master at the taking lessons in Palmer is in New York City this week and will soon rejoin her anxious Ozias in John Ramsey has lately been engaged in building a schoolhouse in Emmet and Reed expect to become domiciled in their rooms at the depot this Warner has erected a new barn within the last Milton is on tho high road to bbtler Has Receivo XTe Do no1 the Good following t the rate to the acre the crop d had Ihe lonly decidedly ding them Ames Reeds to winter he change ho flow of maximum if Rend has his new store building plastered a job of no small Hanson is about opening a bowling alley in tho old store of Cnrisehilles on Thorington Oliver of Lotls Creek township is engaged at present in collecting cream for tho depot MoMaster informs us that 70 carloads of this whom and 52 carloads of flux havo been shipped from tho Algona Jeweller Bronson is in Chicago to procure a stock of goods for the fall Bronson is a judicious and careful The Monroe Brothers have fed eighty head of hogg all ihe lasl summer from onehundred acres of corn and have cribbed bushels to close thu and have recently been made happy in the birth of a tenpound bacly They have the congratulations of tho REPUBLICAN That new dimimml a I and Goods R tho resi or in this 5tb Jgona and daugh from the To ir E LANDS J AC ns wives jr for tho in a few creditable in qualiear should t and we us much iry pro e hope to aud IMDUCEME Score out from the depot as reported last bui the hithdr end has not yet reached Creamery butter is doing better and It is worth about thirtyfive here It will be worth forty in a fow recently ACRES o BANNER STOCK this Land i RICH i t week a yes and a ds passed way from o or a poor nd young n from the Northwest sir HEALTHY has rented the fnrm of three miles west of and will take possession next llofius is expected to return ibis week from her trip to She has been absent about throe visiting her RAILROAD another very C County has 9 of h with milk ce in that but Ihe best vorth forty lie 1st Tax sale is adjourned to the lirst Monday in Much the greater part of iho list WHS cleared out last but some desirable tracts remain to bo Elder Wildridge hears favorable news from the Patent Stock costs SCHOO est Company has to to l further call dented Stock of Unprece Do not fail to call and see Direotcsil JAMES D AV onico im dnor toPonlj Agtleulf 1 STATIONBWiy Denier in Pulnts Corner of Stfttft Tliorlngtorl J AWT R ft Opposite Coutt Hoimr Formerly of JIBB opened an OverSheatz Druer towfttt ATTORKE ATTORNEY AT ET2TfVTE AND LOAN Ural Krtnter of nit ItfmTj and Particular i d Hnn elvon to Ooirnntlne and Torfectlnc Tit A hi Tores Joi m mn only Cpmnlotp of Title to esented JUST AS THEY IOWA FARMS AMD QN SETTLERS AND Smlgraat I v f p W68t Statc A CRANVILLE ATTOIIWBY AND AT Notary Jnlille nml y pafd irnpstnlis ovei Kossiith aud If wifib tosee a nine line the of wUi takes store an4 atoufc the business iiajj never beew W with jjjggjj PK I Yl tli31M1 1 pf ft well as Thomson have lost peapjy of the hind parts are to lie ike stulFihe cows producing feed and rake thirty cents per pound for The is lhat quality of butter will be cents a pound before April you the aim man who has been wise enough to hopes to receive the papers very prepare for this shower of pudding soon is bound to get all bis botyls Some changes are being made T a n n 1 by the depot MoMaster i v ag vamues housa i which he now noultural editor of the Gazette and nAfa aud will be succeeded by has signified his Poole and Wallace auoe ol an invitation be present at the Dairy Fair of the It has been decided to hold the Pair about the middle of as that time will most generally aooomodate the farmers and their Richards are seriously contemplating the putting in of machinery for making oatmeal in Of all place in the world this would seem to be one of the best for au enterprise of this Oats are very cheap with while the demand for oatmeal is a greater than the supply iu the markets of n f That long looked for rain came V4JO DAIRYING COUNTY IN THE No Bain or Mud in but through tlifi autl a good prospect of very popular HERD and all stock isunderthe Hence no expense for except for its 75 cents for Cattle and 81 for Horses for the GOOD YTlfl Bent Lands For House QralnirljOti WliltawnF All work dono at unit Jii the latest stlq qf along Monday The only roan who was all ready and completely prepared for is lost supposed tP heeu carried straight to paradise in A week wore of drouth would have given most of us just sucb an ex tension an we needed to Ji4e us JJowyev went to on Monday morning aa4 it jtpok of select succeeds Poole inthe Hack Donovan is once more able to be out aud attending to Ho and his brother have recently beeu visited by their Slagle returns to Al gonathis Captain Slagle has rented Miss Dodds place and will take immediate has his house plaster ed and ia reasonably happy is gome curiosity among the people to know what Iftaqk will do and our stoeks HARNESS and U A WiM VM A tt t f is expected very soon to hpQnj over pn the brick hotel It is believed that the name of that hostelry will be to something more appropriate under new proprietorship Leggett returned to Al yesterday niarniiig after an absence of bean in the yioinity of He has Webster engaged in thresh ing and snapping Havry many and sympathisers will he to learn of rajw4 He is now sajmmoved 89 tQ be able to rest We make our own Collara aud Warrant them to give HAWEB Leather Store CURRY SADDLERY V KTQn arnd Rlasterlng s about nsar COMpLEtE Anyttiing can bo this Also as SOOna Oroeerle4 Watsons Sbttn east of See advt CLGARY Dn Ciockerv Btnl VJ ROBINSON etc O Btate and See MAHINKHY Oil fatate WJCETCHIE lAMPCON KEA TKRS Vi State Seaaflv i hp m M   

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