The Algona Republican from Algona, Iowa on November 18, 1891 · Page 4
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THE REPUBLICAN: ALGONA, IOWA, WEDNESDAY, NOVEMBER 18, 1891. fi WANTED, FOR SALE, ETC, /E. Reeve & Co* are selling all millinery #6dds at 10 per cent reductions #tf > Furnished ItooitiB •ttt-fe'nt at reasonable prices. ; B2tf Miis. P. A. MtiOAtA, Q1<1 pnperfl- M put, tinder your cnfpet rtt the pKl'tfllMCAN office. ' ' letehell & Setchell Millinery and Fancy Q-oods. Ladies' and Ohildrens Furnishing G-bods. Toilet Articles. Staple and Fancy Yams. Yarns. Dress Linens, Trimmings, Threads, etc. .. . We notice that Jones (he' who pays the freight) is securing nnotlier.lnrge invoice of the celebrated A. A. Cooper wagons. Jones has sold this make of wagons for twenty years, which speaks well for thnir popularity, z i( I am agent for the American Sewing Machine, one of the best and cheapest •machines in the market; call and see it. T-8 0. L. FOBS. If you want, the best Baling Press in the world,write Collins Plow Co.,Quincy, Illinois, for catalogue and prices. 7tf E. Reeve & Co. have now on display a complete line of fall and winter styles in millinery. Call and examine them. LL e have the reputation for selling the Best $3,00 Pants IN TOWA. And today we are selling a pant better than ever for that money. JAS. TAYLOR '•••I''limr Down. For 30 days will sell flour ns follows : Rest Patent (Minnesota Hour) per sack. .. ,?i.r,o Half ' " •' " i 40 Straight Grade " " •' .... 1)30 Every sack guaranteed, nt 56 TOWNSENJJ & LAHGDON'S. Stock for Sale; 1 ninre 9 year old, 1 horse. 10-year old, 1 yearling colt, 5 yearling steers, 6 heifer caUes, 1 steer calf. 1% miles southwest of Algona. J. R. THORNTON. Wntertowii JJootH inul Shoes. I have just received nn invoice of the above make, consisting of Kangaroo, Calf and Dongola Kid, both for ladies' and gentlemen's wear. Having 1 had 25 years experience in the manufacture of boots and shoes I can with confidence assure my patrons that for quality of material and style of finish these goods have no superior in our markets. Prices to suit the times. JNO. SIIAHP. South Dodge St., Algona. 12 Storm Sashes Of all sizes for sale by J. H. Quenl & Co. 7 10 A. EHICKSON, Agent. Office rooms to rent, inquire ot 7tf J. B. WINKEL. Harper's Magazine. ILLUSTUATED. The magazine will celebrate the fourth century of the discovery of America by its rediscovery, through articles giving a more thorough exposition than has hitherto been made of the recent Unprecedented development of our country, and especially in the great West. Particulur attention will also be given to dramatic episodes of American history. The field of the next E'uropean war will be described in a series of papers 'on the Danube "From the Black Forest to the Black Sea," by Pouhney Bigelow ami F. D. Millet, illustrated by Mr. Millot and Alfred Parsons. Articles also will be given on the German, Austrian and Italian armies, illustrated by T. DeThul- strnp. Mr. W. D. I-Iowells will contribute a new novel, "A World of Chance," characteristically American. Especial prominence will be given to short stories, which will be contributed by T. B. Aldrich, It. H. Davis, A Conan Doyle, Margaret Deland, Miss Woolson, and other popular writers. Among the literary features will be personal reminiscences of Nathaniel Hawthorne, by his college class mate and life-long friend, Horatio Bridge, and a personal memoir |of the Brownings, by Anne Thackeray Ritchie. HARPER'S PERIODICALS Harper's Magazine, per year $4 00 Harper's Weekly " 4 00 Harper's Bazar " 4 00 Harper's Young People " 2 00 Postage free to all subscribers in United States, Canada and Mexico. The volumes of the inugn/.ine begin with the numbers for .Jnn« »nd Doc,embi;r of each year. When no time is specified, subscriptions will begin with the number current at the time of receipt of order, Bound volumes of Harper's Magazine for three years back, in neat cloth binding, will be sent by mail, post-paid, on receipt of $3 per volume. Cloth cases, for bind ingi 50 cents each—by mail, post-paid. Remittances should be made by post- office money order or draft, to avoid chance of loss. Address: Harper'& Bros., New York. the 1892. Harper's Weekly ILLUSTRATED. Full blooded Berkshire boar pigs for sale—old enough for service. Also have a number of fine shoats for sale. 7tf ' ' A. W. S.IGSBY. Romance Is a monthly magazine of complete stories by the best writers in the world—such as Kippling, Dander, Conan Doyle, Bret Haite, Thomas Hardy, Walter Besant, Olive Schreiner, Ambrose Bierce, M. Quad. Handsomely printed: Edited by the New York Story Club. Stories that stir and give pleasure. Improved .yiiriti for .Sale. Se qr and w hf ne qr Sec 11.94 28, town of Sherman, Kossuth county, Iowa, containing 240 acres, house, barn, granary, well. etc. G. 11. GOODRIDGE, A. D. CI.AHKE, Plattville, Wis. Algona, Iowa. 6 9 Every subscriber to "ROMANCE" re ceivcs free a card of membership in the Athenaeum Book League, which gives wholesale prices on al) rending matter. Catalogue of books and mogiiziues at reduced rates free. Hurruli for the Farmers. Something they all need. The Excelsior Windmill Attachment and Feed Grinder, can be attached to any wind mill and is guaranteed to do the work of any feed grinder. Sample of the grinders may be seen at Matt Richardson's ware house on State street. Come in and see us. Every machine sold is guaranteed to work or we get no pay. Jos. IIuQi & Buos., MATT RICHARDSON, Algona. 7 84 Agent. I'UULIC SATJE. The undersigned will sell at public auction at his farm, located six miles southeast of Algona and two miles northeast of Irvington, on Thursday, Dec. 1st. at 10 o'clock a. m., the following described property: 10 head of horses, 30 head of cattle and 50 hogs, besides feed of all kinds and farming implements. TEKMS OF SALE—All sums under $5 cash, on all sums over $5 a credit of one year will bo allowed on approved notes at 8 per cent interest, 5 per cent off for cash. Freo lunch at noon. For further particulars see sale bills. SAMUEL REED. D. A. HAGGARD, Auctioneer. Harper's weekly for the coming year will contain more attractive features, more and finer illustrations, and a greater number of articles of live, intense interest than will be found in any other period! cal. Among these latter will be a series of articles on the twenty five greatest cities of the world, including five hundred illustrations. The Columbian exposition, the army and navy, great public events, disasters on land and sea, and the doings of the celebrated people of the day will be described and illustrated in an altrac tive r.ud timely manner. The department of Amateur Sport will continue under the direction of Caspar W. Whit ney. The best of modern writers will contribute short stories, and • the most distinguished artists will make the illustrations. The editorial stories of Mr. George William Curtis will especial attraction. remain tin HAEPEE'S PEEIODIOALS per year:, Harper's Weekly Harper's Magazine Harper's Ba/ar " Harper's Young People " Postage free to all subscribers United States, Canada aurl Mexico. ..$400 .. 4 00 ..400 ..200 in the Death anil I(H Strugglex, Up to now whoso entered into a fight with death, fought a losing fight- now science has discovered a way.to circumvent even death—Bailor's Sarsap- ariiln & Burdock grapples with a disordered system and carefully builds and reorganizes. Try it. Dr. L. A. Sheetz. The volumes of the weekly begin with the first number for January of eacli year. When no time is mentioned, subscriptions will begin with the number current at I he time of receipt of order. Bound volumes of Harper's Weekly for three years back, in neat cloth binding, will be sent by mail, postage paid, or by express, free of expense (provided the freight docs not exceed one dollar per volume), for $7 per volume. Cloth cases for each volume suitable for binding, will bo sent by mail, post paid, on receipt of $1 each. Remittances should be.made by post- office money order or draft, to avoid chance of loss. Address: Harper & Bros., New York. $6,000 Worth of Clothing Cheap, 03 CD o O f— I O o O CLOTHING SALE. Must be sold AT ONCE. AND • O O O T^TTIR no A """PRS <nT"i~n T^ A -KT -£? %-? JCS^v^^Va/.jca. JL JO™ V-^ 1 JLJf™L»^ Jcr.jca.JLNi We will match any closing out prices or any other prices in the northwest. All we ask is for you to call in and see our goods and see for yourselves. Yours truly, o •— • O O CD Worth of Clothing Cheap. JOHN SHARP f Boote and shoes made to order. Repairing * specialty. A large stock of ladles and nien'B •Uppers and warm shoes Just received. Agent lor Sharp's Kureka Leather Preservative—the best shoe dressing in the market. (Shop next to Huadiug Koom) The Capital City Commercial College The Capital City School of Short- DCS Moines, Iowa. The leading la of commerce in the west. It you to succeed in business life, you prepare for it. These schools Jto*t furnished hundreds of positions for For catalogue and ARE YOU A WOMAN WHO HAS NOT SEEN A COl'Y O F ABTHUB'8 NEW HOME MAGAZINE of Philadelphia? • "The best and cheapest Illustrated monthly ever published in the English, language." l.coo pages for *l.GO; SIX 8HOKT STOBIES AND SPLENDID articles by best writers on all subjects of interest to women. Three months free If you take it now. Sample copy, 10 cents. $75 MONTH Do You Want Employment? By which you can make from $75.00 to f 250.00 per month—the amount depending on whether you work part or all ygur time, and on the amount of vim and vigor and pluck and push you put into the work. If so it might pay you to write us. We've got something that goes and there's room for a few more to come in. It won't cost you much to investigate—only a two cent stftjnp, We w»nt a live, Wide awake representative in your community, either man or woman. If you are interested we'd like to bear from We'll sb-Qw ydu where there's some ey. All information by return mall. \ if you are not convinced, all right; >'U &« BO him OwMi-^aHy yw'U thing. Hett«r write 18O2. Harper's Bazar. ILLUSTRATED. Harper's Bazar is a journal for the home. It gives the latest information with regard to the fashions, and its uu merous illustrations, Paris designs, and pattern sheet supplements are indispensa ble alike to the homo dressmaker and the professional modiste. No expense is spared to make its artistic attractiveness of the highest order. Its bright stories, amusing comedies, and thoughtful essays satisfy all tastes, and its last page is famous as a budget of wit and humor. In its weekly issues everything is included which is of interest to women. The serials for 1892 will be written by Walter Besaut and William Black. Mrs. Oliphant will become a contributor, Marion Harland's Timely Talks, "Day In and Day Out." are intended for matrons, and Helen Marshall North will specially address girls. T. W. Higginson, in "Women and Men," will please a cultivated audience. RILEY &. YOUNG'S Combination SUT ind WIRE FEEE. It Is a fence for open countries, for jt cannot >e blown down, tt Is tlie fence for low lands, for it cannot be wasUert away. It. destroys no ground whatever, and If beauty be considered an advantaK". it is the neatest and handsomest farm fence in the world. Tn .short, it combines the pood qualities of all fences in an eminent degree, and as soon as introduced will become t-Ue popular fence of thn country. It Is beautiful and durable. It is strong and will increase the price of your farm far more than any other fence. It will last much longer than any other fence. It is a great addition, occupies less ground, excludes less sunshine, haa no-superior as a fence. It is -stronger than any ut.her fence and will turn any slock no matter how breaeliy. It is plainly visible ant! is not dangerous to stock lil?e barb wire. The best horse fence in the world. It will protect, all crops from a half crown chicken to a wild ox. H is tlie most uniform, and by comparison of 'cost much the cheapest. Kept for sale in all parts of Kossuili county. Made by Kiley & Young, Algoua, Iowa. Address : Can be made in G months selling Tunlson's A tlua- os, Charts aiul Wall Maps. Particulars free. H. C TDHISON, Chicago, His, D. !» Dowo'a HEALTH EXERCISER!. .for Brain-Workers * Sedentary People: I Gentlemen, Ladles, Youths; tba 1 Athlete or Invalid. A complete gymnasium. Tates up but 8 In. square floor-room ; iiew, scientific, durable, comprehensive, cheap. Indorsed by SO.uOOphysioIans.law- yors, clergymen, editors & others now using It. Sen d for lll'd circular, 40 eng's; no charae. Prof. D. •RAWS MAX*.; I.. Dowil/Boiflntiflo Physical and uicur.., 0 Ease lith sc., JSow York, MERCHANT TAILORS. ALG-ONA, GALL STREET. IOWA. Fall and Winter Suitings at Bargain Prices. FARM LOANS. can now make loans on Improved r,ands from one to ten year s turn: and give tins borrower the privilege of -paying the whole loan or any part thereof in even .$100 at any time when due. This is Iowa Money, and no second' tnortg! interest falls . , —. — mortgage or coupons are taken, llus plan ot making a loan will cnablo the borrower to reduce his niortgjige at any time and save the interest on the amount paid. Money furnished at once on perfect title. Call on or address, H. HOXIE, AlRona, towa. Ambrose A. Call, President. D. II. Hutching, Vice-President. J. C. Blackford, Cashier. FIRST NATIONAL BANK, Of Algoua, Iowa. E&~CAPI^'AI, $51. , '-..«.- Money always 011 lianrt to loan at reasonable rates to-pjir'tJes who <«in fu . p h rst-clnss security, Dlroctoi-H—Ambrose A. Call. ». H. HutcliiBB, J. C. lilaolcfor<l, Win. TC. Fenrunon C. .». Hutching, Philip Oovweller, A. ». Clarke. f,«»on, LIVERY, FEED AND SALE STABLE. Best of Horses and West of Thorington House. M. Z. GROVE, MANAGER. Harp er's Periodicals, per year:. . " Harper's Bazar Harper's Magazine " ____ 4 00 Harper's Weekly " . . , . 4 00 Harper's Young People " .... 3 00 Postage free to all subscribers in the United States, Canada and Mexico. The volumes of the Bazar begin with the first numcer for January of each year. When no time is mentioned, subscriptions will begin with the number current at the tims qf receipt of order. Bound volumes of Harper's Bazar for three years back, in neat cloth binding, will be sent by mail, postage paid, or by express, free of expense (provided the freight does not exceed one .dollar per volume) fer ft per volume. Cloth, cases for each volume, suitable for binding, will be sent by mall, post paid, on receipt of f 1 each. • Remittances should be made by post " «cw»ejr wJer or dwfti. to |oas, NORTHERN IOWA NORMAL SCHOOL. ' ; '' • ' y ;: ' ' ' " ' - - - • • Nine competent instructors. Normal. Business aod College Preparatory courses. Students will Sn4 classes in any study desired, wither taking regular course or not. IP Regular History, Genera} Uistory of *Beginning ... Algebra,* Jook-keeping,* Bb&oric,

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