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1865. ALGONA, IOWA, WEDBESBAY, OCTOB1B 11, 189& VOL. XXY1II-NO. SO, Yen Can I IJi That is, you can afford to at least come and see us, and when you do that you will buy at the Galbraith's -u Our Fall stock is now in, and we have a complete line oi all kinds of Dry G-oods, Carpets, Ladies' and Misses' Cloaks and Jackets and in Dress G-oods we have an elegant line. In Clothing for men and boys we still have a small stock on hand which we are closing out cheap. We have a larger stock of Shoes than ever before, nearly all new, all of which we will sell at the lowest possible prices. . . L GALBRA1TH & CO. I Am Here. Mi? In the dark unless you come into the open light to see my new and neat stock of Drugs, Perfumes, and Sundries. Try me. Studley, The New If You Are in Need of Velvet, Body Brussels, or Tapestry. .New Goods Are In. For Treasurer COI*. R. H. SPENCER or Sheriff C. 0, SAMPSON 'or Superintendent B F. REED 'or Supervisors \ g; & ^MITH or Surveyor .0. A. TELLIER or Coroner.... DR. W. E. H. MORSE There were several remarkable feat- res about the republican county con- ention Friday. The delegates as a wrhole were new men. The casual on- ooker saw only a few of the battle- cared teteitons. The greatly Increased nfluence of the north end of the coutity Iso showed up strongly. Then, .too, Ithough there were several npmina- [ons to be made, there was nocombina- ion or slate, and each man won on a quaro contest. And lastly, although hat is not remarkable, one of the best ickots was put up that was over offered 0 the voters of Kossuth county. The whole 99 delegates were present, .hairman Haggard called to order at 1 o'clock, and F. M. Taylor was chosen hairman. The permanent organiza- ion included him with W. W. Alcorn nd B. B. Warren secretaries. Committees on credentials and resolutions were appointed. .Immediately after inner balloting began on candidates or treasurer. The first ballot stood: ipencer, 38; Harrison, 20; Chipnmn, 4; Angus, 17. Angus had on one vote 2, Chipnian 25, and Harrison ran up to 3, but Col. Spencer held his lead and vas nominated on the seventh ballot, nd the action was made unanimous. Five ballots were taken for sheriff. On the first Dailey had 22, Turner 28, lampson 23, Shipley two, Jones 13, Sarchett eight, Stephens three. The on test narrowed down and C. C. Samp- of Whittemore was nominated. Ideal 3-ply or 2-ply Carpet, wove, mixed, or cotton Carpet come to the Grange Store and see the big lot of new samples you can select from, MADE READY TO LAY without extra charge, As to the QUALITY of our goods we refer you to over 500 persons in this and adjoining counties who have bought of us. =THE GRANGE STORE. JULIUS PLETH. List your Lands with me if you warn to make a quick sale. Off JOS OYSB ,or A LOANS trm 5 to 7 f«m <ft J fir <imf> A TICKET THAT WILL WIN, 'Mat is the Kind the Republicans Nominated in Ctoflnty Convention on Friday Last. n Earneut Gathering In Which the Utmost Harmony Prevailed—The Resolutions Adopted. on \.n amusing 1 feature of the contest was laving the candidates stand up in a ovv hofore the convention for inspec- ion. But one ballot was taken on superin- endent, B. F. Reed receiving 72, and Mrs. A. M. Horton 27 votes. Two ballots settled the supervisors, ). C. Chubb getting 04, A. Fisher 27, i. S. Potter four, and H. Bell two. B. f. Smith had 544, Erickson of Svvea 34*, njsher seven. C. A. Tellier was re-nominated for ounty surveyor by acclamation, and 3r. W. E. H. Morse for coroner like- vise. tVhero We Stand. The following resolutions were unanimously adopted: Resolved, By tlio republicans of Kossuth :ounty, in delegate convention assembled, hat wo reaffirm the principles of the ro- jublican party as enunciated by our national ind state conventions, and that we pledge )ur cordial support to the nominees of the party for state and county offices. The lemocratie party has once more demon- trated its incapacity to deal with thoso luestions whose wise management by the •opublican party during the past quarter of century has made the nation great and prosperous. It has shown again during its jf lease of power that its sole function n American affairs is to precipitate general •uin and distress, and that it is impotent and vacillating in the conduct of measures of relief. The desperate condition of our Inancial business and industrial interests n-ing national issues to the front as the Irst concern in the present campaign, and we denounce as worthy only of contempt ,he efforts of the democratic party of Iowa hrough its candidate for governor to eliminate and ignore these vital questions until such time as it can elect a democratic Jnited States senator and gerymandor Iowa with a view to future political domina- ,ion. Resolved, That the existing ftemporanco statutes having been of great benefit, wo 'avor their retention with such wise modifications as shall make them more effective n promoting temperance and morality. Wo indorse the declaration of the state convention on this question, and wo pledge our candidate for the legislature, in dealing with the question of relief for democratic localities, to onposo any measure of local option, as looking directly to the return of aarmful controversy and confusion to our now peaceful communities. Resolved, That in consideration of the great extent of our county territory, aud with a view to its more equitable representation on the board, we favor its division into seven supervisor districts at the earliest date allowed by law. Resolved. That we favor such legislation by the coming assembly as will give us an efficient and progressive road system, The Candidates. With one exception the men named by the convention are BO well known to all parts of the county that they need no introduction whatever, Mr, Sampson, Col. Spencer, and Dr. Morse are the only ones who have not already been elected pnco, and of these Mr. Sampson is the only comparative stranger. Supt. Reed, Surveyor Tellier, and Supervisors Chubb and Smith are the present incumbents. Claude C. Sampson was born in Blue Earth county, Minn., about 36 years •o, ou a farm. His father died at .cksburg in the army, and when about 17 he was compelled to strike out for himself, working his way through school at Yankton .S. D, He then took a homestead at Moody and farmed till about nine years ago, when he began with the John Paul Lumber company. In 1889 he came to Whittemore and took charge of the yard there. He has a family consisting of a wife and three children, is very highly regarded by all who know him, and if elected will give the office his entire time and attention. He made an excellent impression on the convention, and will on the voters as he meets them. It is a general opinion that he will make as good a sheriff »a the county has ever haa. Of Col. Spencer's qualifications to acceptably fill tlie treasurer's office Both- ing need he said. He has had all the office training needed, is strictly hon- orable In all deal, and his genial, whole- souled manner qualifies him to make one of the best treasurers the county has ever had- The coloftel received the largest majority when ho ran for the legislature ever given a republican in Kossuth, and if all signs don't fail will not be forgotten next month by his friends. THE UPPER DBS MOINES has BO often complimented Supt.' Keed on his efficient work as superintendent that it can say nothing new now. He has had the largest institutes in this part of the state, and the teachers have shown an enthusiasm in attendance and study which speake for excellent work in their schools. We believe no superintendent has been more deservedly popular with the teachers and tax payers of the county, and that the vote this fall will show it. The work done by the present bo- rd of supervisors in the interests of ch< ap- er and more permanent road work in the county has put Kossuth in the lead among the counties which want better rond», and the renomination of Messrs. Chubb and Smith means a continuation of the past year's policy. Under the contract system adopted, and with grades livid by the county surveyor, the county is getting some work that will be permanent. Both men have been economical and careful as members and their re-election will secure the services of two of the shrewdest and most capable business men in the county. As county surveyor Mr. Tellier has been well liked during his first term, and has rendered excellent service. For coroner Dr. Morse has every qualification. The ticket as a whole is as good as could be selected In the county, and that it will receive a cordial support is already certain. Convention Notes. B. F. Roed made an excellent speech in accepting his nomination. It made him friends. It was the largest, best natured, and most satisfactory convention over held in the county. It was Capt. Dodge who suggested getting the candidates for sheriff up on the platform. He thought that would beat nomination speeches. Goo. Platt withdrew from the field as soon as Col. Spencer was nominated, although he had a good chance. No votes wore cast for him. The Bancroft Register says: It looks as though the northern part of the county was in Minnesota when it comes to nominating candidates. However, we will redeem ourselves in November, p.nd if we can't get our particular man ...t the convention, we can aid the nominees by a larger republican vote than ever. Prof. Cliaffoo Withdraws. To the Editor: After carefully considering the matter, I have decided that it would bo difficult to perform, the duties of county superintendent, and at the same time retain the principalship of the normal and commercial school of A Igona, without injury to one or the other. In fact, I have become certain that while I should dislike to run for the office and be defeated, I should dislike much more to bo elected, and thanking the newspapers and the friends who have spoken kindly of my candidacy, I hereby withdraw my name. Respectfully, FRANK M. CHAFFEE. Langdon & Hudson, Leaders in . . . . Flour. New Stock, Low Prices, Free City Delivery. .Highest Prices for Country Produce. ~\«m if ,,'& ' '$ •^ Undertaking and embalming will always receive careful and personal attention. Prices are reasonable. BLANKETS $1 per pair at Taylor's. Boy JjOBt. Bonnie Pettit, a boy 17 years of age, came to Algona Saturday, Oct. 7; had on grey suit of clothes and white hat. Any information concerning his whereabouts will be gratefully received by his parents. Address D. J. Pettit, Delavan, Minn.—29t3 Notice. Every person owing me, either by note or book account, is requested to settle without delay. If not settled by Nov. 10, will be left with an attorney for collection, which means trouble and costs. I shall soon be away for the winter. A word to the wise is sufficient. 29t4 J. J. WILSON. FARM LOA Having secured the agency of the New England Loan and Trust Company, I am now prepared to make farm loans on five to ten years' time at the lowest possible rate, with privilege of partial payments before due. Office over Chrischilles' store, Algona. S. S SESSIONS. When looking- For a cook stove or range, remember I handle the.... Garland, STARLIGHT Spanish yarns at Taylor's. Calves Taken Up. Four calves came into rny iuclosure about Sept. 29. Owner can have them by proving property and paying the charges.—2912 PETER HEGARTY. Also Heath & Milligan Paints, Iron and Wood Pumps. Please call and get prices and look my stock over. T. T77". Just Think! Round Oak—Beckwith's of Dowagiac, Mich,, burns all kinds of fuel—wood, soft coal, hard coal, and coke, and they save it, too; they keep the fire— All Night- all day—a steady and even heat, cleanly and comfortable. You want the best because it's cheapest in the end, They last a lifetime. See the name on the leg, Sold only by JOHN GROVE, YOU WANT TO KNOW Whom to get to do your painting, paper hiinglng, kalsomlning, etc.? JAS. A. ORB IS THE MAN, And he takes this method or telling the public that he la ready tor the spring business In that line, and will guarantee satisfaction every time. Consult him tor nrlces-you know his work la first class. He gets the latest fashions In decora tlous aud wall papering from Philadelphia every month. Shop ou Call Street. We are making. LOANS ON REAL ESTATE OFFICE OVER JAS. TAYtOR'S STORE, ONE DOOR EAST OF POSIOFFIOE, Hoxie & BnmsQji, Livery and HUNTER & M'ENROE. We have leased the harn south of the Tennant House, and are now prepared to furnish the public with good livery rigs at moderate prices. Also Break Colts to Drive, and guarantee satisfaction. Have all necessary appliances for properly haad- . ling colts, and break them into kind and gentle drivers. Will also BOARD HORSES and give them the best of caret Giving our personal attention to tlxe n>uslaesa, patrons can rest assured we will do our best to please them. OEO. HUNTER, State; University The Several Departments will the Year 1893-94 on Sept. 20, Each department is thoroughly equipped fop A efficient work, and uo pains will be sparefl to ' afford students the best possible opportunity to pursue their chosen lines of study, foe ¥ particular information as to the respectiv " partments address aa follows: Collegiate—Charles J. Scbaefler, Iowa City. Law—Emlia McOlaln, chancellor, Iowa, City, Medical—J. W. Harrimaa, M. D., secretary of facults, Iowa City. ' f Homoeopathic Medical—J. G. GUcfertst, II, , Watn°O f .mW.T^W«^^ Iowa City. "*.?•' Pharmaceutical—E. L. Boeraer, P&, Q.. toon i of faculty, Iowa City. ^v. Expenses in all departments are re Cost of board la private IMP 6 * 13 ~ weafe; in clubs, n.50 to »3.50 pee week, For catalogues, or for general CHARLES .