The Algona Republican from Algona, Iowa on October 14, 1891 · Page 5
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REPUBLICAN: ALGONA, IOWA, WEDNESDAY, OCTOBER 14, 1891. WHEELER WAS HERE. The Reception at the Toiniant House— Air. Wheelers observations on the Outlook. Hon. Hiram C. Wheeler was in Algona between trains lust Friday as was expected, and shook hands with several hundred people who called at the Tennant House during the course •of the afternoon and evening. The "W. C. T. U. ladies adjourned and visited the Governor in a body about half past four o'clock. The ladies expressed regret at the fact that the were unable to vote for Mr. Wheelei The Tennant House parlors were pretty well crowded in the evening and little three year old Lulu Birche •entertained Mr. Wheeler and his visi tors with singing "Hurrah for Wheele and Vahllouteu." Mr. Wheeler left on the 9:30 trail for Mason City, where he had promised to be on hand Saturday. Mr. Wheel IT is a genial gentleman •and cannot help but make friends foi himself and the 'Republican ticket •wherever he goes. He expresses him ;self as confident of the election of the -entire Republican ticket from governor down. IIu has traveled pretty widely over the Stale since his nora ination and finds Republicans every where awake arid enthusiastic. That is the very best sign of a big Republican ^success. There will be very little picking corn in Rapublieaa cornfields this year on election day. Mi 1 . Wheelei also reports that ho finds very little opposition to the ticket anywhere upon the part of antiprohibitiou Republicans. The "Anti" opposition is summed up in a few stray kickers here and there over the state. The defeat of the proposed amendment to the prohibition plank at the Cedar Rapids convention, served the purpose of showing up the strength of the prohibition sentiment in the Republican party. The Republicans of Iowa believe in principle of majority rule and the success of their party is more to most of them than any one question at issue. Republican anti-prohibitionists are willing to submit to the will of the majority of thejr party and will vote for Wheeler and Van Houten .as well as the rest of the ticket. They .realize furthermore that there are other matters than prohibition involved in 'this campaign. Democratic success means a redistricting and gerrymandering of the state out of Republican •control for the next twenty five years, in spite of all Republican majorities that may be polled during that time. Republicans all over the state understand this, and the Governor confidentially prophesies largest Republican vote' this fall, polled in a gerat many years and that a larger proportion of the anti- prohibition Republicans will vote the ticket without a scratch. Hats and bonnets at lowest prices. Latest styles in millinery. E. RKEV.K & Co. Col. MISSED CONNECTIONS. Get Here Call aud see our new stock of Fall Millinery. E. REEVE & Co. The Sioux City Corn JP»Juct>. On account of 'he Corn Palace, to be held nt Sioux City, from Oct. 1st to 17th the Chicago & North-Western R'y Co. will, on frequeut dates, sell excursion tickets at the very low rate of one fare for the round trip. For all information as to dates of sale, etc., apply to agents A recent cut iu the price of watches enables Bowyer, the jeweler, to supply i with a watch at a reduced price. 1 $ Reeve & Cc. have now ou display $ -'-") U»e of faH and winter styl»f % Henderson Failed to Last Saturday. There were a large number of disappointed Republicans in town last Saturday. Col. Henderson, of Dubuque, was to have made a Republican speech at the Rink, but his train was about 15 minutes late in reaching Goldfield and failed to make connections with the Northwestern train for Algona. Col. Henderson telegraphed from the next station that he could not be here and went on to Spirit Lake. It was quite a disappointment to every one especially to those who had come in from a distance. Quite a number came over from Wesley accompanied by the Wesley band and there were delegations from Whittemore, Lu Verne, and the other towns in the County. Chairman Doxsee decided in view of the large number of people in town, to hold a Republican meeting anyway and so the bands were set at I work about seven o'clock and some of the boys were put at firing an anvil. The rink was soon pretty well packed and a program of campaign songs and short speeches was presented. It is hoped that another date can be arranged for Col. Henderson some time before the close of the campaign. Gilmore, the corner grocer, is navine 12 cents for eggs. 6 Our fall stock of boots and shoes, harness, blankets, robes, gloves and mittens is cprniug every day. F. S. STOUGII. Our heavy team harness are made at home and of the very best oak tanned leather and warranted. P. S. STOOGH. Cheap farms, rich soil and healthy climate. For particulars enclose stamp and address c. A. RAGLAND, Heal Estate Agent and Att'y at Law. v 48-8 Stockton, Cedar county, Mo. Watertowii Boots and Shoes, I have just received an invoice of the above make, consisting of Kangaroo, Calf and Dongola Kid, both for ladies' and gentlemen's wear. Having had 25 years experience in the manufacture of boots and shoos I can with confidence assure my patrons that for quality of material and style of finish these goods lave no superior in our markets. Prices to suit the times. JNO. SHARP South Dodge St., Algona. 13 MOKE WAGONS. We notice that Jones (he who pays the freight) is securing another large invoice of the celebrated A. A. Cooper wagons Jones has sold this make of wagons for twenty years, which speaks well for their jopulanty, 3 , t f Plso's Kemefly for Catarrh Is the Best, Busiest to Use, ana Cheapest. BnSoIl J, by druggists <* cent by mall, 60c. E. T. Hazeltlne, Warren? Pa. WANTED, FOR SALE, ETC, WANTED, A HOY To learn the printer's trade at the REPUBLICAN office. Fin-lushed Koonirt to rent at reasonable prices. 5 2tf Hits. P. A. McCALL. WANTED A girl to do general housework. MBS. GEO. E. CLARKE. Horses for Sale. A. M. & G. M. Johnson have some fine young horses for sale. Terms to suit purchaser. I'or Sale or Ti»;ule. Will trade or sell my house and Jot near Normal School in Algona. Write or see me. A. C. CADY, Burt, la. I'UIICIC SALE. I will sell at public auction, at my on •- — —- r --»~.. u **t*uu*wLi| wu arm l^miles northwest of Algona, Monday, October 19, 1891. Commencing at 10 o'clock a. m., the following de* scribed property: Twenty-seven head of cattle, consisting of 9 cows, part of them giving milk, 1 registered Jersey heifer with sucking calf, one Jersey heifer 1 year old, one Jersey heifer calf 8 months old, one Jersey bull 1 year old [registered] one Short-horn bull 1 year old, three yearling heifers, three heifers 3 years old, seven calves, three good young work mares 4 and 5 years old, two yearling colts, 90 spring pigs, among them some pure-bred Poland Chinas and Chester Whites, one Chester White sow with itter of six pigs, one Chester White boar year old, seven head Shropshire sheep, 5 sows, ooe set light double harness, one et light double harness, one set heavy double harness, one jump seat top buggy one lumber wagon, one hay rack, one pair bob sleds, new Keystone corn sheller, one combined walking or riding corn )low, ooe walking stirring plow, one Cassady riding plow, one iron harrow, one harrow, one walking plow, one hay ake, one mower, about ten acres of corn n shock, a lot of oats and millet in tack, three swarms Italian bees,' stove, grindstones, wheelbarrow, at>d numerous ther articles. Terms, Oae year's time >n approved notes bearing 8 percent, nterest on all sums over $18. Five -eat. off for cash. Free lunch at also wisb to &$U wy farm STOCK SAlIS-EVIfiKYTHING GOES. The undersigned will sell ab public auction at his farm formerly known as the "old Grose farm" located 2* miles south of Algona on the main road to Irvmgton at 10 o'clock a. rn. on Tuesday, Oct. 20, 1891, the following described property, to-wit: Horses; cattle and hogs; one span of good work horses. 40 head of cattle, consisting of steers, cows and calves, 10 head of prime shoats and about 30 chickens. Will also sell all farming tools and utensils, including one binder, oneMc- Cormick mower, one 12 foot Sterling horse rake, two lumber wagons, one light wagon, one top buggy, one pair bob sleds, one cutter, one corn planter, two corn plows, one stubble plow, one breaking plow, one harrow, one hay rack, set of double harness and other articles not mentioned. Also household furniture. TEEMS OF SALE. All sums of $10 and under, cashiover $10 twelve months time will be given at 8 per cent, interest on all notes with approved security. A discount of 5 per cent, for cash will be allowed on all sums over $10. Free lunch at noon. ~ . TT J. E. McNBAL. D. A. HAGGABD, Auctioneer. Buy the Best. Buy Bonaparte Yarn. Buy Bonaparte Blankets. Buy Bonaparte Pants. Buy Bonaparte Flannels. Buy Rockford Cotton Socks. Buy Racine Woolen Hosiery. Buy Lamb Knit Goods. Buy Stanley Knit Shirts. Buy Good Boys' Clothing. Buy Lion Brand Overalls. Buy Lion Brand Jeans Pants. Buy Lion Brand Duck Coats. Buy Grinnell Gloves and Mittens. Buy Broadhead Dress Goods. Buy Rochester Ladies' Shoes. Buy Our Durable School Shoes. Buy Milwaukee Boots. Buy Best Grade Rubbers. Buy St. Paul Fur Coats. Buy the Best. Buy of JOHN REED. Stoves, Stoves, StovesJ : " fTH't* IN THIS LINE THE For 1891 Takes the Lead. During the time I have handled stoves, for over 20 years, I have found no brand that gives the universal satisfaction that the Garland Stoves and Ranges do. I have a larger assortment of these stoves this fall than ever before, and for prices I only ask to have them corny ared with others. I have Stoves Which will be sold very cheap, from $3. up, but not one Garland in the lot. Wood and Iron Pumps, Dairy supplies, Guns and ammunition, Husking Pins of all descriptions, Heath & Milligaii mixed paint. I am agent for Baker Barbed Wire. I am prepared to do all kinds of Metal Roofing. Tinware Repairing promptly attended to. To those contemplating building, I would like to figure on your nail bill. I can save you money. Try me and see. SO1ST MERCHANT TAILORS. GALL STREET. ALG-ONA, IOWA. Fall and Winter Suitings at Bargain Prices, LOUIS LESSING, —Proprietor of- We have the reputation for selling the THE OLD MIABLE FURNITURE HOUSE. New goods constantly arriving-agent for the leading Sewing Machines and Organs-latest styles in Baby Carriages—the lowest prices in the city. Undertaking; a Specialty. IN IOWA. And today we are selling a pant better than ever for that GROCERIES CROCKERY FRESH FRUITS GLASSWARE FLOUR Sell all of the above and sell cheap. SOME BAEGAINS is CROCKERY AND GLASSWAEE. mouey. JAS. TAYLOR. F. L PARISH. S PECIAL ATTENTION will ba civeutoaii kinds of repaWflK, ineljiliua TinwfuS a«« olio* Stoy^yuu*. f^mK^SS^i 9 "** , •sroyfc i RILEY & YOUNG'S Combination SiAT and WIRE FEME, It Will Pay You to call at my store when in need of Stoves, Tinware and Hardware. HENRY WINKIE, JR. D, B. AVEY, HARNESS -:- MAKER And dealer ia HOESE SUPPLIES. Neatly done on short notice. At Lacy's old stand, opposite Ten nant House, Algooa, Iowa. washed awav. It destroys no ground whatever, and If beauty be considered f u S, d fS^*v{* ls the ueatest aua handsomest farm fence Til i the world. Tn short, it combines tiie good qualities of aU fences lii an eminent degree, and assoou as introduced will become tue popular fenpe of the country. It is beautiful and durable, jt is strong and will increase the price of your farm far more than any otuer J«n«e- " Wl last much longer than any other fence. It is a great addition, occupies less S? «!'f« J £* 1 *€ Iess s unsul tte, has no super- f™£??if?'JS8i*** ls « tro °8 e F t.W» auyyftier fence and wUitum any stock no matter how breacliy. ttTagaiirty visible and is FARM' LOANS. H. HOXU3, Algonj*, -Vjg Ambrose A. Call, ». #, FU '^ __ LIVERY, FEED, AND BMJ£ 8T W * > .»!.—• _ * ' r^ 1 . T v.* Kept for uy .m

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