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   Algona Republican (Newspaper) - December 3, 1879, Algona, Iowa                                AND AND ALMOST ANYttklNG ELSE YOU MAY tfEfill HOW 18 TMI 200 100 iso KOSSUTH DECEMBER Clothing Clothing No Hoed to go unclothed while lUomstOok offers his immense stock jtof clothing so Examine and Ijrioe his goods at any New Goods J New Goods 2 Corastock has them by the car and only wants a chance to Ibfinefit liia patrons by giving them itare Dont fait to call on fhira before 40tf new outfit at Ipositively fi f ty per cent cheaper than I was ovdr before in NOW say it for wour donot purchase your foil and winterfoods before examin ing Comdtocks immense 49tf Livery Stable Liv and Keeps fbest of Horses and first class Car Passengers taken to any of the low laria Location just leouth of the Rongey House on lington Zephyrs and Fancy Hall has the best line of and Fancy in Dry In fact every thing you inny want lean be obtained at Comstooks at which will astonish 40tf Brick I have a kiln of 1 rick whioh 1 otlcr for smlo at six dollars per 48tf DAMIKL We tell you to go to Comstocks land look over his Btoak and price Ibis goods before 49tf STATION Agent MoMasters kindly furnishes us with a list of shipments from Algona station during the year ncoompwi epiiilar ndvcitlsttiig ietit fn ftr ending 1879 ats Pounds To place this list in a more com prehensive the wheat shipped placed in round numbers at oats at corn at flax seed at flour at butter at 10 cattle at BO hogs ut 117 or and cheese at 10 ear Tho total of monies received for freights and at Algona during the period from Jan nary 1st to 1870 is of Lotts Creek township is a patron of the Wallace Reed He is milking six cows at present and estimates his receipts at per During the summer months the same number of brought him in not more than 1OO Overcoats I Just nnd to be Hold out at a sacrifice New I would respectfully solicit a share the public All fits Shop over Cleary ECaulkins store south ot tho public 15tf Pay Pay Parties owing the undersigned iwill find it to their interest to call and settle up their au with cash or by Idont complain that you have had Ino M oodworlh has nndoubt leilly tho largest and finest stock of tLadies Cloaks ever brought into f Kossuth Call and land price before Dutton has taken charge of tbe Thorington Street will made it worthy the patron age of the Warm meals witl be served at all Oysters jby can or fresh etc BestofTobacco and 52tf Comstocks Clothing fresh and new and must be sold out before tbe close of tbe Instrumental Kenyon will be in Algona rjbout at which time she vill organize a class in Instrumental Those desiring instruction ire requested to leave their names b per This report is worthy of consider ation inasmuch as it clearly points the way in which the farmers of Kussuth county are now cattle and hogs have become the staple products of the Wheat growing is properly relegated to a place of minor impor while oats and although raised in immunsH arc fed in the county and turned into butter and It will be in this con nection to consider thu relative value of sumo of those classes of together with the cost of transpor tation to thu Chicago A steer weighing 1000 poiinds will cost 20 in freight to be carried to Chi and will command about iu that A hog weighing 400 pounds is worth about in the Chicago and the com of freighting it will be A hun dred pound package of butter iu a lot is worth at a low valuation in the Chicago market and costs 00 cents in transportation to that mar One hundred pounds of cheusc is worth in the Chicago markm and the cost of transporting there is 00 A busha of is worth in the Chicago market and the cost of getting it there is 18J From the above we gath er the following table of comparative cost of getting to market the several articles enumerated Cuttle lOJ per cent of HORS 11 Butter 8 Cheese 5 Wheat 15t A well authenticated and curdling ghost story is being circu lated around The akeleton of the speaking iu technical is about as follows At tbe ghostly hour of or there loud rappiags wore heard at the door of a private room iu one of our public and directly thereafter a figure clothed in white issued from the window of that room and quickly hastened to and entered an adjoining kindly aided in the movement by the roof of a one story The whole transaction a minute and was closely watched by interested and electrified There seems to be no doubt of the authenticity of this and that a highly mate rialized ghost is making nightly visits to this portion of Northwest ern Iowa and cutting such pranks before high heaven as must aston ish staid three dollars per Boards ly is decidedly in favor of winter dairying in this He argues first of butter commands a better price in winter than in sum fner that the dairymen ot with their cheap grain and other can double discount eastern dairymen in winter butter making and pay additional freight into thn bargain that dairymen have more time to care for their stock in winter than in and that in conse quence the the young calves will do much bettor during the He thinks a great gain will bo made in the im provmeut of oalves and that a yearling in the fall will be made much more valuable than a spring These are questions of interest to our and ques tions of current Every Kos suth county dairymanshould bo ready to throw some light on this subject of winter dairying at our coming dairy Beardsleywill be a standing interrogation point and anxious to yon Ole Bull Concert let the dairymen and stockmen of tho county do their whole duty and the exhibits and the liscussions of the 17th and 18th will se greatly to their credit and The premium list ought to be filled at and if the publication has not been delayed too long there should be a large surplus of exhibits If none of the spe sial prizes are entries may made for the sweepstakes piern urns in which class the uttor is returned to the Fanners I Dairymen I Stockmen I Turn out to the Dairy Fair and en courage by your presence and assist ance tho groat Boom which is bound to make your county famous aud THE butter making and marketing system in operation at tho Wallace Reed Creamery seems constantly to be growing in favor among the dairymen of tho One of the most practical of these informed us the other day that he should aban don inahome manufacturing system and adopt and patronize tho cream ery pliiuns a permanent And now iE our dairymen will but work For the million at Peter r Tramps trimmings o Wilds CAB be found with Q iarvirju 8tf If you wish to see a nice line of illinery and Notions of latest just step into Any amount of wood will be ta o on subscription this right along with your ple and Cutlery Of all kinds aj4 at all are always kept i tJvaut Uoom las struck but tears 00 009 u toe Jawejry 8ww wbiel Bowyeps aatabJisbuieiU iuside okis Rjuj Tlwe you wUI i sew and gjlver Algotfft Market Aprils per BBANS per BBKVKS per CHEESB GyRX per OQIOKBHB ptr CHICKENS per ft Baas per per per bushel HOQS per UOQB per HAY anil pull Algona and Kos suth county may beuoine is famous in tlio markets of the world for pro ducing ohoiue butter as 18 Manches in Deliiwara or any other itiiownud butter making re The pjople of Kossuth are is capable as the people of any other aud it is for them to suy whether they will accept the highest or the lowest price for their A meeting of prominent agricul turists will be held in New York to organize a National Agricultural Among the hundred and more of names append ed to the call we find those of Col John of Johu of the State Agricultural Iowa agricul tural editor ot the State of of Iowa Dairymens and Wright of Sioux This organization entered into for the protection and advancement of American The pro ject is meeting with groat favor and tht gathering on the 10th prom ises to include many of the repre sentative farmers of the International Dairy Fair to be held iu New York aud the meeting in the same city on the 10th of December to organize a National Agricultural are interfering with our Dairy Fair to be beld on the 17th and 18th Little of and Welsh of the Iowa Agricultural College both send their regrets to the Seoy of and say that they are compelled to be in New York at the time our fair is in If it should ever appear that the International folks had wickedly and maliciously planned for our then sanguinary and would be iu But the peopje probably appointed their maetmg first and that saves PORTLAND township this winter follows the example set by Green wood one year ago and will have vocal ransic taught in the public WE are indebted to Commissioner of for a copy of his annual report for The report is filled with much useful information tQ farmers and stock Considerable space is given to reports of investigations into the diseases of cattle and other live Tun Fort Dodge GazetteMessen ger is one of the most newsy and readable newspapers among our ex changes or iu And farmer CoRin keeps the agricultural depart ment at par with his coadjutors on the rest of the Tho deserves to be circulated all over Board ot Trustees of this Independent School District will hold an adjourned meeting for the election of teachers for tho winter term on We arc requ ested hy the Secretary to Hay that certificates should in all cuses accom pany Wednesday evening of last week Clement Gould of New York City arrived in Algona to re join Gould who had been visit ing her S for several The twain started for home on Monday car rying with them the hearty good wishes of a large number of Goddards hay press ha arrived and will soon bo put at work on his place in Fen ton town The press will be permanent y located Algona after Joddard iinishes pressing on hit own He bus rented the house recently vacated by John QNJOHB OATS per per BrP per 85q 85s WHBAT per I have removed my Barber Shop to new building opposes fTniiua nn fit roosrlss SM A will and will occupy with his Henry Carter paid a visil to Algoiia this arriving or Monday evening and departing Uiii who has leei visiting her Mrs for some ro burned with Carter to his horn in rancher baa been engaged to conduct of education and give to each exercise pr JJe was regularly examined by the coun ty Superintendent snd received his thus complying with the requirements of Portland township will be prepared to give a musical concert in Court House Hall next and something particu larly fane may be looked learn frgoi Supervisor Streeter that be has lost about eighty head of aud pigs dur ing this all by some diaeasw to him All bis herd of hogu were attacked at the same between their and night with the result giveu Streeter has to cbangt the of the bfiflad to wwlfaU my old wg uew ones t wovs Qf hogs fa QJM have pletely recovered uoJor a feeding oats and boiled of New Jer father of the late B former pastor of th Ohuroh in this fillei Buruards pulpit last Sunday Underwood is an eviingelist o revivalist and has been holding meet ing in and Samuel Reed o Algona township took the eastern bound train last Saturday morning They willvisit friends near Lawlei and then go on to Waukesha coun ty to spend the winter with their and Cravath were the guests of and MoOoy dur ing their visit to A large number of the friends througl thekindness of the host and hostess gathered at their home on Monday evening to meet Gra Kuapp of the State Agri cultural College is to be one of th speakers at the dairy He is no only a practical farmer but has made agriculture and stock breeding i scientific He will be bean with interest by our insurance of the House was completed by the Boarc of Supervisors at the meeting of las The sittings were oontin ued to last evening to take action upon a report to the auditor a Bradley have mad upward of one hundred wagons and have sold nearly al they have They wil p improved gnltiyatPP p of ift aveniug for our Qite pf the in and pneof Urn nioaMuooissjj Joraiey UaUla bf to bear Olo Bull Concert Doc Hanson has bis bowlingalley Jo and Onniston of Sen ca were down on Monday Nils Martin of Swoa cntne down Algona on Monday to bring 3olby Jennie Mclnlyro took the astern bound train yesterday morn ng to visit her Long James Taylor was over Spencer last week to make his a short The Board of Supervisors was session hist called for a iqoial Lamb started for Indo evidence yesterday morning to isit her Kiusoy Carlou oatne around the ther day with a sack full of dollars of tbe I made bo printers comparative Colby came down froto iwea on Sha is greatly leased with Swea and the northern lortion of the The Sewing Society Tjull leet on Thursday afternoon at und there will bo asouia le and oyster supper in the The December term of the Jirouit Judge opens ext Monday Watson son of Wat is attending school at his a school under charge of he Universalist debates at the Alpha Zeta ociety are said to be very interesting nd very The meetings held in College Benjamin returned to his encing job out west last He 3 erecting snow breaks for the ailroad Hnise is occupying his new and his customers luxuriate in easy chair costing nearly The Congregational folks are erionaly considering the wisdom of michasing a parsonage for their A glibtongued and voluble auctioneer sold glnsswaro on the street last week at usual The myers seemed to think the worth Hinton of Lotts Creek town snip was in town on He s patronizing the creamery and is trying the milking qualities of good ceding with cornmeal and Van Cise lias closed his la ors on the extension of the Paul road and returned to Clear He is greatly improved in The fitting tip of the Hancock House is rapidly going but the extent of the improvements will lake it impnasble to open as a hotel Before the month of Dr McCoy informs us that his Patterson of is olowly improving and is likely soon to be out Monday Club meets with Mrs Jones next Monday even and the topics are Three Mith ridatio Eleven Civil Time 13033 Harrison started last Friday For to visit her She was accompanied by her Alice It is getting about time to agi tate the matter of procuring the wherewithal to pay your This is one of the inevitables to be met about once a The singers of Algona arc re quested to meet at the Court House Friday to for an old folks to beconducted by Prof for the ben efit of the of the Every singer io the county reference to our premium published this it will be seen that the business men of Al gona have generally responded liberally to the call for practical en oourageraeut of the dairying A fine list of premiums is and Taylor of Charles City start for the Southeast this and will pass tbe winter month in Florida aud Taylor is a sister of For4 of Jones came into town on Monday for the time since his lie is doing well and hopes very soon to have the full use of bis right arm and SJiedd JJixby have nearly two hundred head of three aud four year old steers in the timber south of for winter The stock U said to be a superor COMBTOCK Has Received for tho Fall Trado an Unpraco dented Stock of Do not fail to call and see Goods as Low as any Store in AdvcrtMnf ftfif t vf e to K c PHI n l ftftrt rtt ii tytiej HIM utrinjfn Inf mi i If on 4imtii Of 4 n iirtmiimtiae JAMES T Kjcatnlnff IU PHVSIOIAN ft neStrtimrtor OflWfl nn DRUGS STATICN6f Denier In fiorncr of mid Xltorlngton Afm Sfrrwijilfl V Machine Opposite Joint ff Formerly of 1m oponed ati OvorShaetzDrue 8tOro whore lie wltl bo to wnlt upon all lug LAND A TTOHNKT AT REAL ESTATE UOAN Notary rnhlle nntl Heal Ust of all Itfnds hoiiglit niiit Pnrtlonlnr nttd tion given to CormnHnir and fatteidng TltlciJ and tlio Pnylng of Tarei tor noni JhB onlv Opmnetp Almtract of Title to HflsT Estatj n Kowttfi A epnt for tho and Phronlx Tnsurnnec O2TE TO and Goods Represented JUST AS THEY IOWA LANDS IOWA FARMS ACRES OM GREAT INDUCEMENTS OFFERED TO SETTLERS By Asasricaa Secretary and I f ACRES of this LAND are Located in tho BANNER STOCK DA9RY9MC COUNTY EN THE this Land is SRASS RICH THREE Ft Climate NoRain or Mud ia but little One RAlIiROAX Tlivongli the anil a good prospect of another very pay This County has 9 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 has decided to REDUCE THE PKICK of tlieir Best Lands to to per Acre to Actual Settlers during the yew For further call on or address AniPHcnn Kmlemi cheap omoo west See ATTOnNKY AN UrOUNSltLkOR AT Notary PnWIe and promptly attended Titles Pinminert and Taxes nald for nndin feneral Loan and Collation business To Office 2rt door up stairs over Kossuth On DEV Watsons f DKY State east of Seo ad Seo CLEARY DKV Crocks Hoemlvt 1 OiookeryfSti1 VJ See ROBINSON State See Southwestcome State and FARM seed Oil oEast State MCETCHtE HEAPICns Bute We make our own Collars antl Warrant them to give Satisfaction HAWKS Leather Store YafiMi tho i House Sign All work done at und In the latest ot the MATHRJ 8ml of and our stock of Harness ENAMEL SADDLERY FlpY CURRY 9 JHn eowips B V and Plastering about as near COMpLEtE as Anything can ba In this Ale aa KEKPS nifr class the lo Biwbelweon the Depo nun wil i ui standard The offer Us eubjBjrihers in ftiivantw forIMS yew u yf tlte rale giveu v r of the   

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