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   Algona Republican (Newspaper) - November 26, 1879, Algona, Iowa                                5TS ANfl ANO ALMOST ANYTHING ELSE YOU MAY NOW IS THE TlfoiS m jSirMWIifitin i OS no NOTICES Jt Olothlngt No1 nedd to go unclothed whik bffers his immenso st6ck of clothing so Examine am price any rGortdSl Now Goods lias them by tho car wants a chance to benefit hla patrons by giving them rare bargains Ddnt fail to call on liim before 49tf new outfit at Hancocks I percent ohoaper than was everqffered before in Algona NO Ayiff r do not purchase youi goods before exdinin Oomstocks immense 40t BAML OURBIK Livery Stable Liv and Kcepi best of Horses and first class Car passengers taken to an part of Terms lov and Location jus south of the Bongey House on Thor ington Zephyrs and Fancy Halt has the best line o Zephyrs Fancy Yarns in Dry Yankee In facteverything you may wan can be obtained at Comstooks prices which astonish 49tl Brick I have a kilnof A 1 Brick which I offer for sale at six dollars per 48tf DANIEL NOW We tell yon to go to Comstock f and look over his stoak and price i liis goods before 491 10O Overcoats Justreceived by to bosold out at a sacrifice Before New V I solicit a share the All fits iwarrantedV Shop over Cleary ppaulkins store south the Pay Pay Parties owing tho underpignec Iwill find it to their interest limmoditttelyand settle up their ac with cash or by iclont oornplain that you have had 1110 JJartlcig loodworth has undoubt i51y the largestinnd finest stock of I Ladies ever brought into llCossuth Call and Innd price before 83PJqhn Principal oi itho Uecoiah Business Collegej is a aa wall as ItheoretiQal Rookkeeper andas an linstrnotor is expelled by no in Thotuition lonehalf of rates of1 Similar ioolleges in the larger Hor the entire lJStudent8 will iliavo the ad vantages vof cheap boaid at the dining 0e Decora liegina 3d admitted at any time Duttonhas taken charge of the Thorington Street J made it worthy the patron the rill all Oysters ff can pr Applfis fresh Best of Tobaono and 52tf anrt new and must bo sold the olose of he KOSSUTH NOVEMBER ItiH invitation attend tho Dariy lunroftho Ko8mth County Dairy men and Stqckgrowers Association on Wednesday and mil and is not given Bively to residents of Koseuth Coun but is extended to dairymen and stockgrowers of neighboring conn especialy the counties immedi atoly bordering on Winne Humboldt I Palo Alto and Emmett as being moro oonviently The hall in which tho fair is to bo heli is amply large for all who can at tend our hotels can accomodate a largo number and oitrcitizens will no doubt entertain hiany friends ai their We expect able am experienced speakers from abroad and the practical suggestions o vill bo supplemented byfcforanrRs from farmers and dairy The work and expense of car rymg on this dairy fair and keeping up the is borne by prompted by a desire to encourage that branch of agriculture which is surest of reward and whicl most certainly builds up and en riches a The members ol tho association will feel well repau for their labors should tho exhibits at the fair be such as they should b and may and should the discus sions by the farmers and volunteers be as full and entertaining as they may We are sure that tho officers and members of our associa tion will appreciate the courtesy and kindness of such members of the newspaper fraternity as may volun teer to inform their fanner patrons of tho Dairy Fair to be held in Al gona 17th and Wit have been inquired of as to the legal right of school officers to compel teachers to keep their schools open on Thanksgiving and other le gal We had supposed that no such legal right but that teachors had the same right to free dom from labor on a legal holiday as any other In tho inter ests of tho many teachers of Kos suth county we would bo glad to obtain some reliable information on this Algoua Market APPLES per BEANS per BUTTEH per BAULKY BUEVKS per CIIBESB per CHICKENS per tt CIUUKKNS per ll Boos per FLAX per bushel H008 per fiiir HOGS per HAY pro OJUONS per OATS per PotATOES per per TURKEYS TmoTijv per W0EAT por I have removedmy Harbor Shop to tho new bnildlng opposite the CourtHouse on Thorifigton and will be glad to meet alt my friends and many ones at thi 2w Singing A Hawkins will open a singing beginners in a few o The AlgQiia Quadrille Band will iVill Qhristmas House A generaLinyitation is extended to Tickets dance only 50 cents nowready and state of my patent Our Ueport at A Corn QV OftsU f anted for Pry sold fpt the next 30 days at lWftut to clean them dome aud SfPSAwl wUU they are IT requires neither a bushel o brains nor the aid of a tlionrxiineto to grasp and comprehend tho wel come fact that the elimata of thi Northwest is becoming gradually Even tho rolls of btitte testify of this growing mildness by coming to the family and boarding house tablets bald as a billiard ball Now this used not to be in forme years when blizzards wore wont t sweep over the country and froozi the digits off tho big Indians in fron of cigar Then tho butto revelled in looks as variagrtot in colors as tho herd by which they were There arc people who will persist in Wasting breath in an attempt to explain that this lacl covering is entirely duoti reformed and improved methods b butter But we choose to give the credit entirely to change in climate and that tendency in naturi to missionary work in thi heads of families and among board ers at hash IT is next to an impossibility it these times of high priced butte and cheese to purchase a milch cow at any price but the most exorbitant The depression of last season hai been succeeded by a corresponding until tho cry is give us moro And tho cows them selves seem to share in the enthnsi asm if wo may judge from the repor made by Woodworth of the actions of a two year old heifer in his This heifer has never hat a but gives milk and is account ed by Wood worth a valublo acquisition to his It is possible that this un usual proceeding may be accountei for in a natural as similar pro ceedings have boon in tho bin tho fact remains that there does ex in Kossuth County remarkable and enthusiastic boom in tho dairy ing Itf a recent postal to of the Associa Coffin of Fort Dodgo gives the subject of his contemplated tall to the farmers of KoSsnth County a tho Dairy Fair noxt says My talk will be a general one on the from the calf to the stale of the butter and Tin improvement of the dairy their keeping and tamo grass pasture and winter IVeding shall give considerable timo to en couraging dairying as against graii and increasing tame This is just what our fanners should hear and will be glad to hen and Coliin conhl not ostii moro approputely had he consulted those who are to listen tc THE term of the Alfjon College commences Wo are of the opinion that tho Upper DM moines conies MOI distant fromthe truth when it say that thero is every indication thn tho school is doing work under the siblii of Ford oiu with tho hearty co operation of th thu can be placed the loading colleges of the The Pilot does well to make spa oial noteof the instances whon thi tpomes not distant from iho truth while tTiq REIUBLIOA as oheorfully points to a case when the same orgau says ai encouraging for a deserving public Afire caught jn the grass on i th bottom south of tho railroad grade east of the Saturday after and thq possibility that the destroying element up tho hill and endanger tho dwellings on the bluff caused skurrying to that but the opportune ap pearance upon the scene of Hudson waving a copy of the caused tbe flames back no damage At least something prevented the spread of and it is to be pro sutned that there was a sudden in the Oollege literary the Alpha is flourishing this term boyortd precedent been meeting and are able ajv4 The society fonp erjy held itsmeetings in one of the repitatioa rooms of tbe but wing to the large public U apw scene tbo weekly forptjslo A pubijq be givea at ihe gjpse gf the pallege whiob wilt be in about three wegjye jFpy th with tender fin worai wbom are iwr use of copal of Irvington rent ed forty aCsfdH of riverbnttom lailrl to Cottrell last spring to be planjod to The piece wag planted tho last days of but the seed failing in part to spronte it became necessary to which was done with the small King Phillip Tho oror has boon weighed anrl measured and turns out 00 to the Parties who have seen and examined this crop pronounce il tho soundest and best in quality they have seen this Cottrell is entitled to the laure until somebody beats his QUAY of Wesley township emmigrated Moor two years ago to engage in wheiii Ho returned to Wesley about two weeks a wiser if not a richer Ho is willing to make affidavit that wheat raising is a fraud and deceitful above all not even giving surety for daily When tho crop is heavy tlio price is and when the chintz bug oi some other pesky outrage destroys tho crop then tho poor devil of a farmer has to pay dearly for hisclai ly broad and And so Gray has learned by tough expro ionoo what his neighbors who stayed at home have absorbed in a more agreeable Tiinouaii the courtesy of Ford tho senior hereof was privileged with a morning rido to the farm of Jones on Monday We found Jones much more com fortable than wo had supposed pos siblo after his unfortunate fall of last week with its resultant fracture aud Tho nature of the frac ture makes the successful binding together of the parts a very difficult and loavea to thopatient very little liberty of But every thing gives promise of parly recovery and resumption oi is settled that agricultural editor of the Dodge is to be present at our dairy fair and favor with one of his valuable and practical ad Our acquaintance with Coffin hasbeen formed through hiS ablo articles in the and from these we judge that to miss heiring him at our dairy fair will be to groat Tho farmei friends should not fail to bo present whoa Coffin the Chicago hai removed his pfrioa second floor of Slioetx drug south east he is nicely cosily and his paroiis wil find a comfortable office room and the Doctor over ready to aooinmo daiu and Ensign has so highly honored his milling lyhis pro ficiency as to have built up a fine business iu Algoim and tho surround ing and our people will be to khow that ho is settled down permanently in Minneapolis is indulgingin some acrimoniousfueling on account ol tho action of tho officers of the Sioux City Railroad in fa voring tho cityof Paul as a northern The usually lively and enterprising Minneapoli tans seem to have permitted tho Paul folks carry off some very enviable emoluments of may obtain some idea of the value qf a connection with the road by observing tho disap pointment of the Minneapolis folks WE are indebted to Freight Agent MoMastersfor the following aooount of freight received at Algona station during October and the first three weeks of 1B70 si Cars 10 a HoudohoUl 4 Fruit i 8 9 Cars Wa are indebted to Henry for tbe following list of shipments of farm produce from Whittemore sta tion faring the jrast year Cars i 4 i pounds pounds team loaded with railroad ties broke loose in towo last Saturday cavorted about thj streets for short Bpaua at double to the delight of tb boys and tbe agony of the It was an aggravated mjssappjied team start sundry ta by informs of of filmwej tjbfc TO itt Monday last Barnet Devine drove Up from liis farm in Irvington 250 htjiui of fat hogs for shipment to The lot will average 300 poutfas each and will fill four Harvey Mathers earner over from Algoua Saturday and was viuiting his many acquaintances in Eminetsbiirg early iu the Palo Stono of Humboldt was up on Saturday last to meet his brotherinlaw and family who have come on from Oswego to locate iu Veruon Humboldt and open a has shipped sixty carloads of flax saed this and still the cropfrom throohundrod bushels of is to bo About bushels have been raised in the Young of Irvington has fortytwo acres of corn which he es timates will turn out 2500 bushels of The oars are largo and that is what fills the Ford mado a Hying visit to Charles Oily last He came within one hundred dollars of pur chasing a JursuyOJradu Durham yearling heifer while in that wicked meeting at the Baptist Church 911 Saturday after noon at usual Malo members are requested to come about one oclock to bank the Church foi second carload of lumber for the diagonal sidewalk arrived last week and the work of extending be gan anew last Possibly tho walk will have betn completed before this wife of tho sta tion is visiting fritnds in Charles She will be absent from Algoua sevesal Mack doesnt lose much for the sim ple reason that ho has none to Lake has removed his family and household furniture to EnimetK burg where his home and address will be for tho He left AI gona on Saturday morning We are sorry to loso so gotid a citizen aj Wolfe and began the work of remodeling and repairing tho Russell House last Some great improvements aro to bo made in thu insiilo by which the place is to be made more convenient as a hogs brought into town by WntGaltiraiih ItvU weekweigh ud The Laird is en titled to a share of the ribbon on this But the fact is that Ualbraith IH only when his stock is a lung ways ahead in point of Sccratary of the Agricultural Society has a few cop ies of Jho Iowa Agricultiiial Report for 187S for distribution members of tho The report from Kossulh county by Pitt Cra vath is one of tho best and most OumprehehsivG in surveying party of the Paul Sioux City Company return ed through Algona last having completed their Wo shall probably soon have some proposition from tho offieen of the looking to tho their road through number of letters and cards sent out by the Algona Postoffioe during tho first t days of was as wo are informed by The Department re number despatched dur ing this period to reported to bumtious and su perfloijs boisterousness has beenex hibited by tho zephyrs from the nortbiyest during the last and numerous small buildings have been thrown prone upon the earth and made a spectacle Tho flying oh has obscured the View for more than a short fat hogs from Kiusey Carlons stock the beam at day last They were of tbe breed and a haudsotnp lot to be ptirlon informed us that they Iia4 raised sixty pigs this They sowraanded the top of the TIIK says the CAN devoted a whole column in its last issue to the publication of an original The poem was original acogrdiug to our ootem porarys idea Qf with the It was written by and first ap peared in tbe Spivjfc Lake Baylor of agent for the Beloner lor Agricultural Tool writes the Secretary of that he 4 Hoot Cutter for exhibition at Pajvy Fajr These Jntjterf are used jij cutting for feed ing to of Wbittemore wasin town OR i11 iu his 4riJg tbe legality of couuty 3 A i i COMBTOCK Has Received for the Fan Trade an Unprece dented Stock of Do not fall to call and as Low as any Store in for llnglPlHWWHfllt MWMf 8 6r Riiinrn m fltmfriwmftr front ft tor fulfil nmlf on JAMES r ifl1 lOWAc i In Tahiti I Oollior of Tlioifngtnii 1ot TO and Goods Represented JUST AS THEY IOWA LANDS t IOWA FARMS AMD QM GREATJNDUCEMENTS SETTLERS AND COLQNIEs By Slmigraat President H Secretary f ACKES ot V tlils LAND arc Located in KOSSUTH tho BANNER STOCK DAIRYING COUNTY IN THE this Land is FIRSTCLASS GKRASS fc SOSL RICH BLACK Bain or Mud but i One BAtLKOAD the and a good prospect of another very pay HERD LAW ald a stock is under care of Hence no Fencingi except for Herding Stock costs 75 cents for Cattle and 91 for Horses for the CaUltCHESi Tliis Companyhas decided to KEDTTCE THE PUICE of their Best LamW to to per Acre to Actual Settlors during the year further call nn or address ni2v7 We make our own Collars ami Warrant them to give Satisfaction HAWKS feather Store and our stock HARNESS and A n i SADDLERY FtY and Filtering is about as near COMplEtE Anything can Ale 1 We use nothJnfj ENAMEU 9MRRY COMBS bs in this Wit 1 vv yjfr fjV ji obn Formcrlvnf lins openml an oBlccft Over Sheetz Drug1 wlicic bo plewori to upon all LAND JT REAL ESTATE LOAN Not in rulillf nil nt nil itlmli inutrlt Tnd snlrt Icular lion tilVIMI to nnrt PeifWtln Ami flic 1ulna of TIP ci toi nn onlv Pnnjmorn jet of to foiintv Apont for thiv riiOTilt Intiilaiice A ir AmpilMn nirosi clio ip Unrti onice west State Sec ATTOUVFV AK1 PultTtc flnrl vnucrimm nrmnptly Titles 01 am Inert a Tiint pilil fni I il Loan anrl Oollotlon f Poor up stalls ovor D HANCO rtnthlnr Watsons Atona SPP i DHY not Oioceitcn of Bank Seo CUEARY Wont Stnto Algonn Seeartvt C See ROBINSON State Algoiii See eomes Htitoand MAIllNFUY Agt Mlnnraota U seed Oilo East State Sti WCETCH8E HAMPIOV JtEAPKIlS Vlliiits SPOartvu T tun See House 8c Sign Qlarler All at prleei td airtt and Hi tho Litest at tlie as71j i Ml LAMB KKEPJ BEST OF HORSK8 chias Cici Qken to anv ijilVt tlie a nreKqUss X mwittifeli V1B dctoi vnq mtwi Iwiesfl ilntl tp J i   

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