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   Humboldt Kosmos (Newspaper) - October 6, 1875, Humboldt, Iowa                                HUMBOLDT A T Darkness was npou HIP face of hc Jipirlt of Uod mored npon Appltcallot H at II md H I1 il at Concert the last evening ol each FVker at 11 and 7 M it Review every foir Prtjer neellng every Tburoday eve TOWN TUCK OCTOBER NUMBEH and ilnalnl to total mrrat neirt aiut loAal anil imtutlrtol rifotm and ginrrnl tttty WtdntHlay from Mf M lirpuMtan prinHny Winner FA te Komnof bt rrqiHrrit 01 a gnamnlf af ynnil letni and orrfupondmrr an njHrlally Alldrell all communtrattnnr to JTOMK Baker returned from Dos Moincs The Fair has come and gone our Annual exhibition ol the products of our young county is pftnl and now lhal it in we arc happy to see that ihrrc is bill one opinion regarding That opinion is expressed by cverbody in almost the same II was a complete This year thedis piny Hi lhe Fair was a fair index to the condition of our Our and natural well and fairly and we have not only to be but lo be proud of what the past few years have done for us or perhaps to speik more what our people have done for themselves in that To the members of the Agricultural So and particularly lo the the energetic gentleman who has become well known as lhe pro I urietor of lhe Glen lhe people J H hmilh goes part of lie i fc fof lhe unlirj lime with his head Ujd andncrgv wilh which ihty have labor has been suffering from i lo hc Kair a and Wo Lane is My seconded as they were by thej peo booked for one horse trot over lhe pie of the we hav e e taUrshed independent course in this A brother of ol Rut from IK making him a Drown will deliver on Sunday evening in the school an o younK AT j the all did well as the result i HASE By the time PT WM om j crowd began to break up arid began to lake their departure homeward and about oclock almost everybody eteept the busy cotntnllteet were through sight Team after team took lhe road for home and they left the ground all of tnem the opin ion that the Fair bad been a By another year the Society expect to have the new grounds permanent and will be better accommodations for everybody will be bad and if the officers do tbeii duty as thoroughly and conscientiously as Jones and his able assistants have done thlr year we will have a fair of which Humboldl County may well be Arroyo Han Luia Obispo Cnnnty of Alonto The de ceased raotfl frowi Krie County to Iowa in and was for some a resident of to Wilder Doots and and Taylor for jour R at cloiwaat 7 Soon I 5l I rtratr on KnH ne Oikou VAX XKTRR AT DAKOTA tti keldl ill Will 10 unil all illrndMil wlih ln I ullw nrn made in wll mrtn of All hamU will programme for lhe nexl Sun lay School Convention been banded j but is unavoidably laid It is lo be held on the thn many interesting fta lures of the fair were It few pieces of earthenware over one hundred vaars belonging to Mr Wilder thinks his girl baby is aboul as good looking as they average and she will be a year old on the 4lh day of To supgvKiion lhal we are eai ing crow on lhe Representative ques tion we havo simply to answer thai as il crow or well take ours in arc in nceiptof a note request ing us to ilisicoiilinue lhe announcement of Coyle a candidate for the ofllce of and authorizing ufc to lhal he withdraws from lhe con is enlarging his fcntMetir bnilding an extension of twelve fide of the I Lorbcer in be carpenter This when completed vrill give llarkuexs a commodious wll IM this of llif KofHOs if by Tafl i rM be the Hrm wliicb is Ut gaitr of the 11 K true nprcMMitstive of out UK fur We ask your hearty co arc bound lo bo lichind wilb their year The miober uf warhincK is not Urge ami tliv UtrnrM of lhe harvest good The nltcndanre on the lirst not jut many WKAVKK Prudy Jackson is still suffering with sore The household of Barclay was made glad the other by the appear ance of a girl We congratulate you Mr Reed employed force enough to 75 acres of wheat in one Reed is an energetic farmer and drives his The new school house in is nearly The bad roods have retarded the on account of lack of The school house in 1 has blue aiid blak for sale at you want a well filling pair of boots for fall and winter go to Weisl and The Humboldt Drug Store for all inds of short and etery other and Taylor now have a full ne of Boots every pair warranted an4 beaper by fifty ctnls on a pair than ast have received a choice lot of ards and can furnish visiting cards to desiring in varioua and elegant entries were made and by noon of the been moved one half mile scconil day aboul four hundred entries had been Or Saturday notwithstand ing lhe high wind which people began to arrive in crowds and soon the atlcndsncc was larger lhan at any Fair ever held in the In hide the School which was used SB a Floral the ladies under the Superintendence of Taft had arranged their contributions to the Ladies Dcparttntnt lhe display was riprcsenling altnmu every ihiny that could conlribule to home comfort or Here were speci mens of plain aixl fancy theres no use of trying to 1 enumerate one twentieth part of the articles exhibited suffice it to that the display wast large as to exellenl as to quality and so beautifully arrnngod to rtilcct very creditably upon the UKtc of the ladies wbo had il in Mastin and Albert Pinney had eharice of the Rollins and Miss Sarah Rollins started for their old home in Lowel on Pike and family of Rutland go with W regret lo have them leave and shall sad ly miss tbeir Wheat is yielding from 10 to 14 bush els per acre a great deal of wbea damaged by the From present the corn crop in this town will bt about tw EVERYBODY IS INVITED TO find hp Tr bdll dilll Uu 11 WITJt TIIK SOLEMN FACT THAT KOIl ail filter Business WILDER AND TAYLOR HAVE THE NASH HUM DEALERS IX TIN EDITOR or having bee represented by certain tha Humboldt College is antiChristian in it characler and it seems bu just lo lhe interests of that the mistaken grounds of such representa tions be examined and I will therefore Providence permitting de liver a discourse at the usual hour and place of morning one week from under the charge of jjunday in which I will Prouly was ibe biggest kind of spccisnow that the School is most truly metis Irom lhe vegetable Urge enough to a coach I The text sugtcsliva of lhe central lor a good sized too j thought of the is found in Urge to move far wtihoul a wheelbar1 jj 18 and 18th splendid bunches of eel j erv and huge clusters I of in fact everything that can be grown in ibis besides some that Two bushels ot Hickory of on subset at this BOOKS SCHOOL Booxs Joiner has just received a large sup ply of School which he offers for lale PARK roR SAM on Acres 100 improved three acres For particulars inquire of 294 Humboldt Eticriox will print election tickets for those desiring them at the fallowing rates For any number up to per From three to uight seventyfife cents per Eight hundred and 50 cants per will find the FINESTASSORT MENT OF PRINTS offered for sale at and at Hark nesh stock before He can suit you in everything you STYLE PRICE is selling the best BOOTS IN THE the celebra Milwaukee 4 Dabuque pair Com Cheapest Best Stock of GOODS Applicable to the wants of the peo which we propose to offer at such prices that will give ENTIRE SAT ISFACTION TO ALL BUILUIKO MATERIAL HAlBtrs PATKNT FENCE POCKET A TABLE WOODEN GUNS And of Sporting COOK A HEATING STOVES the best including Celebrated Omaha LIMAX BASE A OPEK for Also a full assortment ot TIN nnd Everythiftf tuuiiHr kept in a FIRST CLASS ardwnre expect to find so far The display in this department very by far than of ten seiii in counties of twice age of Not only was the quantity very but the excellence of the Kpecimens was extraordinary and Hum boldt County farmers ami gardeners with th lo keip t lie into ibr nrsi ui uiu bad JK going ouCht to be jusllv proud of the products running until far of their labor and their And all of who liatli rec onciled tin to himself ty Jesus Imth giren to us tie uiinUtry of reconcflu lion To that God wae in recon ciling Ilia world unto not imputing their unto tlieni and halli com mitted unto us the word of I will take pleasure in answering any question which may be and reply to any objection urged against what I shall 3d Outside of tlie building nt convenient liMaiicps vvin the stork and f11 e 1onliry was well anil quite largely npre senled many of the choice and rare breeds of fowls being There were excelent spcciuens of geese guinea IKUN in fact aboul every of uunc ineluUing several fine varifiles of chick Uoxrd nf Trualoej of Humboldt j cns Among lhe farm slock wo noticed held a meeting in last j splendid specimens of A XSO UKCEMEN To tht ottn of lltnnboldl County hereby announce myself as an indepen detit candidate for Ibe office of Sheriff o HumboMl subject to tho decuio of the people at the October I wish it distinctly that i I perform the duties of th office To tht Eleetort of Humboldt County I hereby announce that I will be candidate for the office ot County Audi tor at the coming 23 Dated Sept 25 week publish the ndtcrlise llancnrk of 11 miuck IK an old friend nnd tanre of one of the etlilorn of tbo Kos MOK anil we can harlily reronuml him to suoli uf our as in ay Lavcorca sioii to trade at extra job work and the sickness of make rmr paper a little less interening than j usual Uui and lied to tho j case gives us but little time to gathj er up the floating Clarke is on his feet and we hope for a j more comfortable j Who may favor with their Pat OurStoelt large and eaveftilly se ANYTHING AND EVERYTHING UKUALL r FOUND A FIRST WELL REGULATED We alto tell MARSH HAR GORDONSELF VINDER John Manny Reaper and Anton Wootft Eagle Start Gtmf and SuUy Dia mond and Gardtn City COM A and SwttpMatM Rowett tht brated CoqinOard ei and Light Waffons of all dt Fnrst A Bradley Hottinysworth atid A FULL ASSORTMENT OP Give us a call and be that WILDER TAY LOR have the best selscuii stock of fall anii winter gamls ever oflered for sale in Humboldt and WILL XOT BE UXDER tf MoiuUy vvenini HI which the notion of the anil Sfcnlury in Mipaging Teachers apptored n permameiit viipaifprnent was intkc with tbo prrsenl Family fur Iho cniliC pigs Among the pigs the Bcrkshiro blood predominates and il soeins that tho pork rniKcrs of this lo IIRVO decided lhl this breed is prcfciable to any Among the dorses were itomc ns fine farm learns as Our sportsuiim can And worj cuuid be wished and the display of thy of their ntttnliou in Iho huge j young burses was particularly The ul cranes whiU frequent the wheat callie pens wcrs not at all behind the of lhe dcpartmenU in point of MlIAN prrraiiii In nuw 10 old luiiolcul Cor M rMrtfnce Ilrown UM HMIhflHl of Ilio D M B U L D T aUMHOLDT llouw recently ehtaced fumUlwit nd reottea for he toiler ceMaodatlim of UM tlelils in tliia iecse and brains are also but not us so an they will be later in the By rising early and exercising eoiiKideralile plenty of cranes can be had for the lliu Wright County with its usual perverscnesK for dipping oar w every comes in witiiout pith or point at this to tell what il knows about Humboldt County had thought the Monitor had got through running Humboldt County affairs Kinoe il failed to build us the Iowa Hut Hathway is been informed that a story is being circulated to the effect that if elected I will not attend to the duties of tho olUce personally but leave it to I wish to say that I tf to perform the duties of the office 24 Mid will I klndt u work lu my II IP IKIU la slilirr by OT the for utinrlM rmiauut uuuiKtle IIuwMdl Elder Opposition candi date for the State Senate from this made us a pleasant call one day last is a gentleman of pleasant address anil good parts in ev erything but Wo could do woitw than to bend him to our Ktalo 1iul we also havo an opportunity now of doing by electing Iho Republican Lemuel ANU r of Hie 1ott Kon on hum lnritit aixutiiu and use lor SlMf Doilgo very nud DKUO A full HutU uf Iho BUI i Ua ni lio tovnil lu t Arm Drue iun Frost has been retouching tho piciura of Humboldt and has toned down llic deep greon thn foliage along ihu river banka with touches o rod aud Tlui many colored leaves clitilemng in tho golilen luxe of the I mil MI sununcr makes another in oui changing ami as each Ihango conies wu think it more beautiful tho Truly the beautiful scenery of our western home cannot bo Thwisday afternoon while Giorgie Urambley wan playing with in the second story Van VcUuris swal low ud a mixture of morphine ami of thinking it was Hie of took wim enuilKll lo kill thrro four iiilioii of tho together with the aKKUlanco of Van Velsor anil anil close attention brought him thrmijli all rest of lhe department in but filled by good specimens of blooded stock of the best Ill the afternoon a trot came off in which curried off the Another interesting feature of the econd day was the match of base tall between the Modocs of our own and the Kattors of The play came oft about 3 oclock icar the residence of The ilodocs won lhe toss and took the field sending the Katlorn to with Me intyre at the willow which he picked up as if he ment but was retired on a short stroke lo first Franks then took the bit but was in turn caplurcd on lhe home and was followed by Mack and who each Agard was then put out hy a magnificent throw from pitcher lo first basu where he was caught And the inning closed with a score of two for lhe Kal The Modocs llien went lo bat and handled it so well that al lhe close of Ihcir inning Ihey had scored eleven The game continued and at end the score 47 Hal Jt TAYLOR ibe FXCLUSIVE SALE in this for GOLDMANS Hand Made Boots and Pair CHEAPEST goods in the market are to be found at Ibe atore of WILDER i MANUFACTURER DEALER Gall troiille to Nash Market KeBoin fcKerchVs NaX DEALER I3T Humboldt County Woman Suf frage Society will meet at 2 oclock at the residence of As there is to bo elec tion of officers a large attendance is annual meeting of the Congre gational Church will be held Thursday evening of this week at the close of the prayer As Important business will come all specially are invited to be By order of not overly close scrutiny will show quite a number of new this Nash of Fort swing a good card Han cock of has an item of and several other cards the residence of in on by Parker of Uum to Miss Alia both of No streets presented quite a busi ness like appearance last Being the last day of the Fair tho crowd was large and liuwboMt looked quite PUBLIC SALE I will sell at my one mile south of on ray Stock and Farming con sistinc of One Wagon and Har ness One Pair 2 year od Columbus Colts One saddle Horse One Spring Wagon Seven 2 year old Steers Ten Cows Nine Yearlings Fire Calves One 2 year old Durham One Bull Calf One Berkshire from Ulen Farm One Eagle Mower and Sulky One Pair Bob Sleds One Break ing Plow Two Stirring Plows One Crank Churn and Thirty Tons of cash 1 years time on secured Notes at 10 per Sale to commence at Ten O Xu O Furniture OF ALL KINDS Th Larpst SW ii Hi NORTHWEST ALSO WOOD AND METALLIC of till PRICES DKFY COMPETITION II at Co IIB AUCTJOK innings We give below lhe score by 20000100 0S Uodoct 11 S 1 4 6 0 11 ft David The were ivn good looking lot of boya ind our ex period warm work but lhe UoldtUld club seemed lo be oul of They were also laboring under ihu disadvan of playing only eight men and being upon a field lo which they were u n a c c u s t u m o They behaved liku thorough euulUmcn and many frieiuls by lue gimilemanly conduct and signal success of the Modocs was uudoutbly in a great measure lo tho uxcuplioniilly i playing uf their pilcuvr who deserves urcul credit as iocs also catcher as be hal u lako hoi balls which il ru 1 u pltuky mnii lo lu Ucl had a supply of choice and on hand for the but they did not last They went like hat cakes as tlif saying regular meeting of the Mater nal Association takes place at Con gregatioual Church nvst at i oclock fresh and at lUrk Call at Ilalsteada when at Fort and examine the splendid iine of Heating and Cook stoves JUKI X A T For next thirty dayi we will allow per bushell for subscription now in Wheat lo be iKlivmd tt tho Nov pay will I will at Public at my dence one mile east of Hum joldt on j 9tn I at 10 all my Agricultural and Household The sale will I span of horses 1 span of two year old mules 1 two years old colt T cows 7 yearlings grade Short horn calves 40 sheep SO stands of Italian Bees SOU honey 1 Honey extractor JO tuiply hives 1 iron caue mill and boiler 1 walking cultivator 1 Brown corn cu tivator 2 stirridg plows breaking plow 1 double shovel plow 3 wagons I scotch harrow 3 set of harness a i cook stoves 1 parlor stove 5 Ixd steads chairs tables 1 Julien churn bedding 1 cupboard crockery tin and ear I bun U acres of corn in tbo and crop of THUMB or For approved security one years time will be given on alt sums over tliuu payments drawing inter est al the raU of Un pur per an Ten per oil for BO I will offer toy farm of do4 acres for salt at the saiuo lime and at public Terms ODS fourth of thtt awomit tliu balance on with interiiat at tba rate of ten pur per Bocured by V Xarlet One door of FOKT NEW STOCK THROUaHOUT Fort Deto Good Bye Hunting Suits made to ALSO Suits Beady in Market Fort BE IT REMEMBEBED bj that 1 nnmmxa IK luu blttTwu ur Market iron ffTWii Hold uua HHvtf I i   

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