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   Algona Republican (Newspaper) - December 17, 1879, Algona, Iowa                                KOSSUTH DECEMBER The concert on Saturday evening ARTiiun HtjjttuRD of Ihflfnl aaant tnv tV general agent for Subscription Bit Mdwthii fin ri6 Mfintligjlniitlvittijel BUSINESS HOTKm For the Peter rj Is fMftli ahd new and musi lie sold out befdre the close of the season ilitff st be Fanby tlal lias the best line of gjephyrd and Fancy Yarns in to For loans on HealKstnte aiiblv to Taxi nttto btiyjtjie best tea at NOW Hay it for yotir btiriejitjdo not purchase your fall examin ing Cotriattiiks itnniensc 40tf i NOW We tell to go td and lookoverihm Htosk au nrice his before A 1 Qvewsoats Just received by Wood and to be sold out at a sacrifice before NewYears Millinery ami Ifiypu wishtosee a nioe line of Millinery and Notions of thn latest stop into A at Positively fiftyper cent cheaper than was ever offered before in Biickl haye a kiln of 401000 A 1 TVrick Which 1offer f6r sale at six per Clothing I Clothing No to go unclothed while offers his immense stock clothingso Examine and price his goods 3Scw Goods Now Goods Comutock has them the car and only wants a chance to benefit Ins giving Tare Dont to call on before 40tf Any amount of wood will be ta ken on this along with your tiiiipie and ot Ocrtrtr ilapitt speak on thi in UottHO fiirthernnco of our determinf tlon to maki the dissemination ofi cal news and the advancement o local interestH a specialty in the pul licatton of the UBPUBUOASJ we th Week transfer a column ot advertis ing to our third We believ and have acted on that that our and town are to becom well and favorably known abroaV ouch knowledge must bo dissemina ted through the local newspaper So we have tried to show to the on side world that onr town has ennog Of life and business stir to furnis material for a newsy local papei ftrtd that our county has land so no and broadly water s and people so wide awak and enterprising as to make Algon as a place of and Kossut county as a dairying an stockgrowiug worthy to b soleutcd for permanant we have succeeded in accomplishin any good in an we are not too modest to admit tha we we aru Algona Market APPLES per BBANS per liuBTEii per BAUiVKY UKEVJSS per CIIKESK per COUN per CHICKENS per CHICKENS per Itj Eoos per FLAX per Hoas per IIoos per HAV HAY ONIONS OATS per POTATOES per UTE per 5c TUHKEVS per WHEAT per bushel—00o@ifl.03 tfjgDiiltou lias a choice article of Orleans Molasses which he offers ver Say Boys and Girls Have you been to see all the flue Chris mas presents on Sheetz counters If you dont wait minut but ORAND The AlgonaQuadrille Band will give a Ball on Christmas nt Court Mouse A general invitation is extended to Tickets to dance only 50 Wanted for Dry sold for the 30 days at I want cleim Comonni set Bargains while tlieyi are Groceries sold very cheap for Cash or Five jTJvpusand for winch we willpay the highest cash f i Goodst Yankee H In fact everything ypiiriiay want pbtaipedt Jit There will a special meeting o the members of the Algona Cemetr Association held at the Mayors oj Kce on Saturday tho 27th iust at oclock some of Dultoas Canada Mapl For the Little Sliceiz ipy and rockinc every tox1 riding Uook Ten Bets and little toy Dressing C Picture and a hundred other beautiful and pleasing with out which po regulated boyiiop gir can ever be Jewelry and will tlVis week receive large iuvoieo of especiaUy for I lie Holiday trade and a close inapoo tiODi lie gppds very cheui lliroiigh tlie libllday Knest JyJKUes Qlonks JvqaButU arid bjiiforfr Parties owin it t6 a the tle u 1 taken oharga of uas another Barrel of real Siipdlegftjr fhs Holidays which he Issell ipg For The Kig has a stock of Itoliday Gifts rarely surpassed in excellence forthe children of larger There are a complete ens works through a long list of the bes VasesCijieU and of PerJHrnepyi r prwlBs Cases Stero trade Special cart Ims Ilia selectww of his stocks arid Hie boqdg will bo offeroil very forthehdlia J Tflylji Tjjp select stock of Tovs by the Olof Hull troupe uliivcrsitl ly declared to have the if not the very thing of the kind ever presented to an Algo an a Olof Bull is complete master of the vialin and cau bring from that musical instrument snch melodies aa few of us have ever dreamed His rendering of the MockingUird and Sweet peioes of music most familiar to his was certainly very beauti ful and was highly The other peices played were doubt less exucuted with equal artistic abil ity and but the oldtunes are the best and the tnoMt popular in a mixed Mullwasably Hiipportedby Sebastian a justly celebrated and Sara Elsie Page and M Josie The promising character of the en tertainment drdw a large audience through whose liberal patronage the Monday Club were for the expense incurred in securing this popular TUB plowing season is closed for this but it may be interesting to the farmer friends to learn of the experience of ono who has given close attention to results following tho plowing of different George Annis plowed portions of a Urge field in the months of and and the spring of The crop of wheat from the plowing of August and September was quite that from tho andNo plowing was not nearly ng gob while that from plowin was woith the oats and corn the not s marked as with but tl difference in favorof fall and agains spring plowing was sufficient in favor of the former to make very desirable of accomplishmen Annis thinks that plowin should be done immediately aft the crop of grain is W would be glad to hear from other o our farmer A FKIKNO hands us the followin for Sunday nigh at about oclock two proraitifi young men of this city found them selves badly tho worse for drinl and were prompted by curiosity pause hear tho new store of D when to their a littl piece of lead came crashing through door not quite as high as a similar on some inflicted ast vore wound in the thigh of ono of th The woundnd man and h companion fetched up at theFoun tain but remained biitashor as the gushing wound imede to bo attended and drunk as th young gents they could com jrehond that it was necessary t ieek some other place where lint an wndages could be had to bind u the Had the ball passed a noli or so from the course it took the marghall would have had a jo of carrying off a a sliat or the that o ipldihg an inquest dead man The wounded ooinpanion j very thankful his hide tho KosHuti County Agricultural Society yestei day received from Sherman Auditor of a state warrant fo the full amount granted b he state to assist county agrioultur Withsuch further ak as the Board of Supervisors may le ally our may nadp self Bupporting in future anc Biialiled inake and roubl its grounds he care and labor connected with lie successful workings of the soot ty in the past have been cheerfully and born6 without other re numeration ttbah a ooneciouRneBS hat being pf tljf dpupt thai he people of Kossuth comity will eartily endorse a public donation made la the interests ofthe farmers f the Sosia of out gentlemen friends ave expressed a determination f New and tc luooth their way apd their in ended victims from a we decided in our weeki tp publish the names of sue f the Algona as will be pre ared to receive and entertain call rs on the first day of the year Inking and receiving new1 years alls is aji pustpm most pf the fige of wi4 WP na a yery pleasant ift f doctoring worms with a diseased hog marked for arge qutnber of brought away from the animal ajid recovery lie Reed thinks tbU woud be bfeneftoial in mall proportion pf oises of as different animals exhibit ug THU religjpiis meetjngsftt are said ps ham Sherwood has recently re moved from Whittemure to Algona and will here carry on the manu facture of spring Western Stoob Fwm Jcwwaf gives coliimn lo yoUw of Dairy Fair and io owuth1 is again employed by tMd 18 variety Bant Store Qifisftllovertlw way pf preaeutiug LOUail to attjSiit interest an has 11 thaoharaotwistics gf on of the pf fifty arrived by i music hpHso of was in Al gonn last week and gave us a busi ness Hubbard is gelling first class musical organs and of the celebrated Kimball and Smith manufacture and is not afraid to IK his light shine before the His advertise raent will be found in this weeks Alexander of Al gona is local agent for the sale of the instruments in this Hubbard has been a citizen of Spencer for tho last ten and is possessed of the best of creden is building two store buildings at the new town of Martinville in Humboldt One of thess is said to be forhin son now in the store of Early in and the other for his son Nick The latter issaid to no destined for a beer Goddard is also erecting a store in Martinville and will establish a lum ber ynid Verily the new town starts out so far as busi ness enterprise is THROUGH the kindness and cour tesy of Judge who adjourn ed his court1 Wednesday and the court room is given up to the Dairy Fair andthe meet ings to be in coBhcction there This favorable aation of Weaver will be appreciated by the farmers of The Judge may be prevailed upon to fa vor us with an or a few words of encouragementat at some time during the the temperance lectur is entertaining people of northern east of and is meeting with great Hw logic and splendid oratorical powers are recognized by his opponents as well as by his The General Christmas hiftmberg and friends of the RaptU aithrlay School will give an Crileflnlilment ftnd Hsnffln Garden on Olirlsttnas Eve All those having plfts to confer on friend of enemies are cordially Invited to cnino and Presnntg can he Infl nt tlie Grange Store or with the Committee at the Church in the avf Sid rjaclairmtlouCarrle Address and IresentatlonWatnr and Santa Claus will appear In has once visited on two evenings arid we speaking but echo the HentimenU of his hearers on that occasion whon we say that his ad dresses was the most interesting of any ever delivered He would be greeted with a full house ou a second TUB contradictory testimony giv en by the witnesses in the railroad case last week must bo an interest ing study to a student of human na Parties who are wholly disin terested in the result of the case and whose fair statement would be taken at any time by their are wholly at variance in so simple a matter of fact as thn blowing or si lence of the engine And most of the witnesses testified to having given their undivided atten tion to the matter at the time of of Judar Kapids and of the Ames Agricultural are to be tint at the Kosauth County Uiiiiy Pair to be hpid on the 17tl and 18ih ot thjs We adyert to the advantage of butter makers of Palo should some of their representatives be iu attend Palo Alto DAIRY fair is to be held at Al on the 17th and 18th of the resent as we learn from the ItfpuBuoAN of that Quite iberal irapstlyapeojalpnes y are ranging frotpi Qornpotent speakers will be and a pleasant and rofi table time is ern Farm Tats second annual dairy fair1 of Christmas Nlpht at the Congre i Rational The following is the Programme Shadow PicturesMary Stalwart Lord Mortimer and Aged by Hpencer Loul0 Muslcby OlirUtmtks CuntntftSiHita Santii Ountoa Knot Jodcless of Nellie Oo of Ooddnss of cas of JeaceMiiKgle Owldeto of l WJnnle Lutle Wal Miirlon Kinder OrehestraelKht urakii and dwnrt attendants of ClausOraiit lleakait and Alirrtia The Alpha Zeta Society yill give io rollowinK public programme at the Court House House on Thursday to which all are coilialv Lottie Delmte That the United States w 11 not change its present form of icnrornincnt next nne hundred Walker Alpha Zeta Llbhie The Saves of Nellie Dairy Fair opens Wadsvrorth goes to Wis consin thia Langdon has gone to Cedar Tiapida to visit his Kenyon returned to Algo na last Teachers for our public school are to ba elected next Saturday Gustafson started for her new home in this morn Harry Wilson continues to but very He is not yet to sit W Alcorn of Green wobd township was down on Friday of he Kossuth County Iowa OaiW nan and Stockman association will e at 8th of on the 17th and A large auen lance U and the exhibition f products and interchange of ideas elative to the dairy and Htock in eretits will no Doubt be BBKO of Iwington tells last towns people should turn out to the dairy fair and help to keep up the McMaxter returned from Charles City on Thursday He lefthis children improved iu Devjne brought up from bis farm yesterday three hundred shipment Monday Club met at the residence of McCoy last The nnxt meeting will with TSee the town ordinance publish ed in this nnmherol and govern yourselves in accordance with its has come upoq rjWQth and now the fine rigs will appear and the sleigh bells will make merry melody on the forget the Alpha Zeta Literary Entertainment at the HpiiRe HaH tomorrow at marriage of Lewis to Griffith was solemnized at the Methodist Church by Elder Mitch ell last Sunday Palo 4Up Pilot in forms thiat large number of Indians of the Pottawattatnie tribe are encamp ed uear are to have an of some kind in Col legeChapel on Christmai All are invited to attend and case ot the State of Nebras ka against MoNutt was tet for trial this Elder Mitchell has gone as a witnesi far At a recent Sunday ASSP elation held at Fort an in teresting letter from Has Received for the Fall Trade an Unprece dented stock of GoodLs Do not fall to call and see Goods as Low as any Store in Northern f fjf O1TE PRICE TO and Goods Represented JUST AS THEY vu BiMifiBON as Algona Oppoilta Coitlt H openedtot wfflfin J JONESi ATTOKNHT AT st i l r ESTATEANDLOAN AOENty vl ruWKrwid VrtVbvinW Ttenf f nil kfniH mid sold Pnrllctilnr lon iflvan to rnri ts IOWA LANDS Sale IOWA 5FARMS ACRES AWD ON GREAT INDUCEMENTS OFFERED TO SETTLERS AND 23y tlxe Anaerican Secrctury unrt ACRES ot this LAND are Located in KOSSUTH tlie BANNER STOCK DAIRYING COUNTY IN THE STATE Land Is GKRASS ac SOIL RICH BLACK THREE Climate HE No Bain of Mud in A but little One BAILBOAD Tliroujrli tlwj and a good iHospect of another very vV AnntrSrtl Wmv Hid Phoenix ii Notnu Public ind roflgoUoniV irnniiitw T tnlPtw imld for AiS bus O nice 2fl door uristaliH orKoiiiith fWtfmtv MERCHANTS HANCO 8Ute oast of liuuk Sne noHiiiiB West St SnV QKOOrRtKS stiefl I ROBINSON T ew SoiithnpU toriieiv Thyilngtnn WHS pay This County has e popular HERD and all stock is underjhe care expense for except for Herding Stock cotts 76 cents for and 81 for Horses for the GOOD This Company Has decided to RE DUCK THE Laiuls to to per Acre i Actual Settlers during the year 1878 For furtuw call on or address j Wo make our own Collars TVarrant them to give tn feather aad our stock of Haraoss Saddles SADDLERY FLY and Plastering at near COMpLEtE as Anything can bi MCKTCHIE MAMPION KKAPRKS 7 etc State street JOHN80N7 See nrlvts Lthp ft Sign 4 Jf I i PI vtm IManp of Fort W WffWjftvSSl 55MR   

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