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   Algona Republican (Newspaper) - November 19, 1879, Algona, Iowa                                1 i J 1 It AND XMTHING ELSE YOU MAY twir Montm to litres 60 BUSINESS Clothing Olotlilngt No need uticlqtlipd while Cotnstoek offers his imifietiso stock of oiotliing so Kxatnine ftnd price his goods at nny Hew GkMMlsJ Nosv Goods I Cortifttoclt hftSthem by the oar flfid inly wants a to benefit his patrohs by Riving them rare Dont foil to enll on iiimbefdre Pou Hatsi now outfit at Hancocks ircent cheaper than iibt purchase yoni fall ftnd wintergoodsbefore oxainin ingOprnstOeka 40t Hi VI i CUIIRIB Livery Stable OtirriQj Liy and Kctp best of and lirst class Cat Tassengers taken to an part the Terms and Loontion jus south pf Thoi Zephyrs arid Fanoy as Hiie r Zephyrvand Yarns in town f ii IlrfiKitHVury be obtainnd wil KOSSUTH NOVEMBER A conference of man gers and agents was held in Chi ago last at whieli an agree lent was enteredjitito to establish Lumber Line from the Wiscon in pineries to Paul and south west to Sioux Oily nnd This is to run over the aill Minneapolis from the unbaring regions to Paul over he Paul SioUx City and all Is branches the Sioux City acifie and the Kansas City About eon the several companiec to bo set apart for duty n this lino and are to be liidor a diMlinet managementj as teight lines This s a neft doparturo in the transpor tation of western AVisconsin for and promiseshealtliyootnpetition all along the lines of road entering nlo this i matter of interest to It becomes this section jy reasoirof the prospect pf our be coming connected with Pan by the Paul Sioux City road it no distant Hitherto it ha been the practice of the lumber mei in the region about Eau Claire tc send their logs down the Chippewi and Mississippi rivers to point when they could be sawed into luinbe and from which the lumber could b freighted over the Tin practice lias placed lumber freight ing almost entirely in the handa o tlnrmaiingers of east and line ami placed in their power also chftrgo shoul just Bitch frii this it i 11 in rn n piiv i 1 MYvr tor tnu The In of ni htatcc as the ivnii mi nl th Hiiiltil V i nliiir VV wyusiu iirc and bfivr TaylorStacy family Shaft itoiiflmont was erected in theceme ery last The material is white as durable us durability its elf and very beautiful in specialy in the This lonument is of a peculiarly pleas tig design and is an attraetive orna ment as well as an appropiate mon ment to the With ase it stands eleven feet six inches n The Hrnnze base has rais id or high relief panels diamond with raised or block Phe subbase has oblong sunken anels with oyal tho panels sontaining figures or letters in bass Tho die contains similar pan excepting that they are upright and square at the lower They also contain figures in bass The corners of the standing a ew inches from tho art molded part way Around the top of the die is a curtain looped on each of the four Tho die is mounted by a receding on which is a canopy supported on four posts and containing an urn in the This canopy is arched on each of its four with half a slant roof over each and an ornamental leaf projects from tho four corners of the a loaf being directly overeach one of the sup porting From the center of the roof rises a handsome shaft with Huled This monument was beersoaked tramp is the pleasant way in which an exchange refers to his esteemed our third page will be found a highly interesting account of Srants grand reception in last with reports of some of the speeches on that Chi cago was never so crowed with vis and thn events of the Week have a historical and national inter The Bpcechos at tho banquet are said to have been elo quent and iPnlo Alto county cast 850 votes tills ttced gets nettled in town this Langdon is gradually working down to duty in bis fathers COMSTOCK Algona Relief Association will hold a meeting tomorrow after Wallace will remove to his late purchase near the depot this ordered through and Tint nenr completion of Ilcisos new smre impost us tho duty nivins lion of The outside moaHVirment 20 by 32 feet on the Thelower ry is dividid into two thp room nrshofi BO by 21 in of the Palo Alto Pilot was in town on Saturday and made this oflice a pleasant call in company of Deputy Sheriff Wbelan of Emmet Under tho management of Pike tho democratic hosts of Alto wero marshaled in the late local oontest and led on to The young editor has a right to feel some degree compla cency over the An effort in being made to establish a branch of the Algona Monday Club in this As a matter of some pains should be taken in the construction of the club so that there dial I bo tho least wear on the A good vat is far preferable to the ordinary kerosene and if care is taken in those particulars washing day will be robbed of half its Spirit Lake A dispatch of to the Pioneer Press states that the Diidgu extension of tho Louis railroad is nrwcomjilet faeturing about Heed are manu pounds of Has Received for the Fall Trade an Unprece dented Stock of JAMES BAM Ktirt 1 i DR7CTk7 ft 0 i door to Koitlr id th i f room 12 by dollaiii jJbv housan lt AVatcll you to H n il i k t i v er 1 1 i H his goods belori to iiavt ins 10 itlu li M t i k a n d p r i IM 40 i in III riiue iitover in i eii of I f road fur opening lumber freightto 1OO Overcoats Just received by Wood and to be sfild out before Now at a sacrifici I would respectfully solicit a share of tho public All fits Caulkins store south of the public 15tf Pay Pay owing the undersigned will find it to thuir interest to call immediately and settle up their an oclnfrits with cash or by dpiit complain that you have had no oodworlh has undoubt edly tho largest Ladies Cloaks ever into Kossutb Call and and price before It may boiutercstinr in this con iifction to the lulu consolida of railroads with the St Paul Sioux Eight railroads have been with this road Within the lust few giving it the anfl management of nearly GOO miles of and ma Cleary the most important hues in Severn extensions are next that one south ward from JJlue Earth and through Principal of pecorah Business is a thoroughly as well as and as an is by no one1 in Thq tuition is only onehalf i of the rates of similar colleges in the larger viz for the entire Students will advantages of cheap board hall of tho Deoorah Button has if the Thorington i andWill made itworthy the patron age bf tho meals be served Oyster pr Apples fresh Bestpf Tobapoo Algoiui Market AITLES por BEANS per 50c@ift.00. BUTTEU per per bushel CIIEESB per COBN per FLOUH per Hoos per ONIONS per OOc OATS per POTATOES per 20o KvKipor busUol 35b WUEAT por busliel BBJSVES per Hoos por TIMOTHY per bushel FLAX per bualiel Western Creamery Butter wasnuoiccl in drk lastBaturday at plastered and thf n simp is a very pliasam room street with mi un i glass and wainscoted xbout with an imitation f walnut and done in Adams1 liust Everything n this room is finished np in the and when new furniture in added the eftuct will he pleasin The story of the building is finished off for an attor neys having a larger room for general a and an entrance Iloise is entitled to great credit for the industry nnd perseverance which has and the enter prising public prompted to add to the appear ance and real valuaof Algonaby the erection of this Tie has only been in the United States eleven years and a citizen of Algona and it ia by steady and patient labor and careful economy that ho has succeeded to his present financial on its northern end a point fivo miles buyond Lake or twenty live miles southwest of Al bert It is expected tho cars will be running into Forest in twenty A I i rue additional forcu has been put un to linish up the grade between Forest City and the northern end of tlu road above Dodge this aujl Stale Creamery at Cheese lifts artvauceU nearly one ceiit per during tUe last Guru or Cosh Wanted for BOW fpr the 30 at L wgat to plewi them Come nnd et wkite tuey Tor t i TUo Uraut 1 JJhV struckOhledgo but boars no liartson tutlie JewelryBocim wliicli has struck Bowyers oafeWUliraent iuaide UftiiOocks Blue There you will flud so entire new slock of Silverware and wns greatly knew meeting The Osage Lodge of United organized a year ago last is steadily gaining in The Organization is a cooperative institution for mutual aid and sympathyamong and provides means ofobtaining a ioHable life at very low of the best men in the pountry are its branches extending over tho whole Every initiate is subjected to a care ful medical examination by a com petent physician and every measure is taken to avoid doubtful The policies are invariably for and the machinery of tlie organiza tion is such that the payment death of a member is sufficient funds being kept in the general treasury to meet anv call likely to The is considered one of the strongest of the Oftoperative Beneficial organ healthy increase is a sign of its growing JJrayton was down from Greenwood last week to attend to snapping earn on the forty owned by west of lie brought the sad news of the sudden death of wife of Alfiorn has been indisposed for some but no serious result was anticipated until about two weeks when she became much continuing to fail until re lieved by death The deceased was about thirty years of esteemed by Her lass is feUby her his moUwless the is eighteen A sister of MrAlcorn jo earing for the IJuhn the follow for what known as 0 Sho bmtriwl H of sick in cuiimr 1 iias ni in mix Annis tried the ex periment this last season of planting his corn in the rows four 1eot apart and the plants eight iucliet apart in thfi one kernel of corn in a lie thinks it as convenient to cultivate thoroughly a field of drilled corn as a field of corn plant ed in the ordinary while the labor is onethird Annis is satisfied that the yield of corn is largely increased by the drilled system and the quality call attention of renti ers to thu uJvertiseinenLof John Iselin commission merchants and proprietors of the Sheldon Flouring which first nppearec in our hist This firm solicits consignments of at their New York place of 129 Broad and from what we are able to learn we Judge that the firm is perfectly The Sheldon speaks of the senior member of the firm in high IT is really too bad that when our journalistia neighbor sots out to be witty ho should not exercise more caution iu making his His recent smart paragraphs con cerning the evils of the use of to bacco as the readers of are merely warmed over and reprinted from bis pre Pitt So that while serving to ridicule the temper butter weekly at their Nils wife and wore down from Swea on Monday to do some Clarke removed bis office furniture from the old place to the second story of Ileisos new build ing on Pinkerton has removed his family from the basement of the court house to his house near the Free Methodist Reed are preparing to keep quite a dairy of milch cows near their creamery through the That millet raised by Joseph Thompson was of the German in stead of the Scotch It produces cream all the of manufacturer of bed was in town on Monday and plump full of Slaglu returned to Algona nu Thursday evening of last and tho family are now snugly domiciled in tho IIOIISH of Miss Monday Club will meet next Monday evening with The topic for discus sion will lie the Conquests of Itomo in Jeanson started for New York yesterday He has orders to proceed to Sweden on business connected with immigra His family will remain in Swea through the Bowyer survived tho jam n Chicago and returned home on Saturday lie describes the crowd and boom as DRUGGIST STATltN oii Olrrter of Stats ThorltigtMi PJmtOtAS AtfV OIK Pnlfitoi SB tttnrltt Algolin OtiposllB Point Do not fail to call and see HUNT Formerly of lias Over whore Ire will Ite planned to wnlt ilpnn Ilig Goods as Low as any Store in Northern LAND AT v iREAt ESTATE ANB i Sotary Tiihllc mid of nil Itdvli lioiilit find Vftl tloiilarjjtten tlon ttlvpn to Cniioctlntt nnfl Terfpotinu ami flip r wing of tor tho onlv f ninploto of Title j to rRtj Estnlp In TCiwiitli Aisont for Ofin and Pliniilx Tntninnra Companies P2HGS TO and Goods Represented JUST AS THEY Amorlcnn clienp lands Offlpe west Hoe CRANVILUE ATTOTtVFV Nntnrv Piildtd nnd momiiMv nttAndH Mml Titles examined Ttivos paid for Noni nnH irpiiciil 7onn nnrt rollpptlni WlInowdpn onice 2d dnor up ci Kowith IOWA LANDS IOWA I FARMS MJRES A5EP OM GREAT INDUCEMENTS OFFERED TO SETTLERS AND O V Dnv WSstaori Watsons See SSmigraat ance the of these old sayings of Pitts incident ally illustrates the necessity to which a gigantic intellect may some times be of the inventor of the Revolution Milk has lately mado a great improvement ou bis original says the an improvement which is destined to supplant the old method The main principle of setting vessels of milk in water remains the but the vessels are so constructed in the im proved pan as to be more easily and oonviently handled than by the old No doubt a sample paq will be shipped the local agent for exhibition at our dairy TUe Slmecm Qwtes of pww4 L J Trf pt itotsutUCouiily by tlie purcUase pi 341 acres oi Iqnd of Gates visit t Algou4 is aoticuti becuwu a 1404 owner Bowyer met the Misses Ingham and Miss Flora Call while iu the Janitor in the person of Jacob Patterson has been engaged sweep and light fires in the school so hereafter tho teachers will have nothing to ruffle the seren ity of their spirits of a cold and frosty McNutt and his returned from Nebraska last The court before which MeNutt is to be tried took ah adjournment until the ISth of De at which time the caso will be trade between Hancock and the owner of tho Russell House property was consnmated yesterday three wagonloads dry goods and groceries straightway pulled out the metropolis of Hurnboldt Gates of tho town of Y was in town the first of the the guest of Gates is a large farmer and dairyman of a noted dairying but concedes that we have the advantage over them in the matter of cheap production in this north western reference to our special columns it will be observed that Blosson have opened a market for live turkeys in and are making liberal offers to those who have to These gentlemen call for turkeys and will pay the highest cash Bring on your holiday Fitoh was intown yester day with He ia located at Fort Dodge at present engaged in blackamithing and wag on making and also interested in a stage route Fort Podga to He reports business lively with the firm of Deropsey Of course he desired the REPUBLICAN sent to his Goodrioh has re moved his family to Alto the field of ministerial labor to which heltas been T rtmnn Secretary anil f ACRES of this are Located in tlie BANNER STOCK tN THE D UV State St oust at Sed CLEARY CAULKINS D11V Wet State Sea r t4 HECK SfStej sti See 3rMost of this Land te GRAITST THREE Climate No Bain or Mud in but little tiirougU llliaoles goutlteru n his way out best pleased with tills will Jwve bis laud broken up nest season for ouiii WUWjidgo wilt preach at the Scotch neigUburliouU sclioolhoubo on Let liiui liuva a uf Dog is ia lowt today fur lUe puruobe oioryimUUg Lqgge 01 Qf vyUicb he 19 4 terrllocy west ot uud is evideqtly a iuui well calculiued tq succeed in this Ttio Order Iiw jBprusfnts Oiie KAITjROAD Through the and a good prospect of anotbcr 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 for Horses for the GOOD This Company hn3 decided to REDUCE THE PKIGB Best Lands to to per Acre to Actual Settlers during tho year For further call on or address ni2v7 ROBINSON See Sontliweit corner State and See t M A Hl fjlffi seed Oil n Enst MIAMPFON ItEAPHRS V State See art JOHNSON T tlie See j V Wo make our own Collars and Warrant thorn to give H AWES Leather Store House Sign Qraloen Qlaz Pivpei All work dopo ftt prices mid iu tlie latest of tli SETCHELL MATHR nws Slio is JiiKliiy rpcnmmendei Uy of Fott KBBPS BEST OP plBsa Psaj Teimssjovv Dus Datween the Dopnt and our stock HARNESS and Goodrich is a thorough and conscientious worker and will suc ceed in any place to which be ia as The best wishes of many friends will accompany him and Staoy last week sold 4 farm of upward of one hundred sjluafed just northwest of the pw west of to Jathan SOB SADDLERY and Plastering is about as near COMpLEtE Anything can bi in this ENAMEL TRUNKS CURRY COMBS CABINET came out from last nnd tbk pur is with the Als We use notuwar but PITTSISURG   

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