The Algona Republican from Algona, Iowa on October 30, 1895 · Page 1
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The Algona Republican from Algona, Iowa · Page 1

Algona, Iowa
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Wednesday, October 30, 1895
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I >' •0y xxv. ALGONA, KOSSUTH COUNTY, IOWA, WEDNESDAY, OCTOBER 80, 1895. NO, 5, ,„....... ,w-,~ Taylor's ALWAYS IN THE LEAD ewest, iest, And Choicest. Four Strong 1 Lines. 1st—Short Jackets. 3d—Millinery. 3d—Shoes. 4th-IJnderwear. The That's why we sell the goods and Ifill our store with customers. Four See Our 25 Gent Fine Hose. Yards Prints at 5c per Yard. A New and Fresli Consignment oijloaks and Jackets Every Day. Miss Edna Mclntyre, of Chicago, a Milliner of Experience, Superintends : ^- " ^ - Our Millinery Benartment. «» > 'VWC 7 ** ,-^ , „ '•„-•' .^Li^Si£-~^ ' . ', ^ .-' ur Fall Goods are Here And we are Showing the* Most Complete Stock of -The Republicans Only Need to Turn Out and Vote and They Will Elect Every Man » t FURNITURE Ever brought to Algona. The latest-styles. The lowest prices. We sell the Gold Medal and Superior Carpet Sweepers, which are the best Bissel's carpet sweepers made. '"'-• .^ -1 AND 178.- ,A. D. MCGREGOR, On Their Ticket—Only Thing That Can Beat Them Now is Over Confidence —The Fight Against Samson and Reed Petering Out. Lady. Who Has a Pair o! Feet And a pair of dollars, may become the possessor of a pair of perfect fitting, wearing, stylish looking shoes, ,, AT., BROW ILL & AIM'S —Cash Shoe House,— AND 8HB QUK WN1 QF,,. •V ,<gHHIIiifaga»*41 \ "I 1 r ^a^ ?N*^ J^» OP tldr> r^r p,V, i |r;^^ia-" Wi^ /FEMALE DISEASE! flft[IRWBWRPWWIlB(pBPHW^M!p^ ol apl|«$«a nomew fte^tti wf»f stroll The campaign is now near its close, and the calm which marked its early stages has not been broken. There has been little active politics in it. But few speeches have been made in this.county. The democrats have-had Parshall and the prohibitionists St. John in Algona, while the republicans had Henderson, and that comprised the speaking campaign in the county seat. Burt and LuVerne have had republican speeches from Dolliver, O'Connell and Salinger, and big meetings were held at each place, indicating that the people, while not carried away by excitement, have yet a deep .nterest in public questions. No local speaking campaign has been thought of, Without this the best showing can never be made by any party at the polls. The republicans are probably aa united as they have ever been, It is pever possible to please everybody, and there are always a. few who are not willing that; the will of the majority o| their, political associates shall be decisive, Mr. Beedatid Mr, Samson have boroe the bwnt of fhe lopal opposition, such as it has been, but the entire republican ticket will go through by a gpod majority as the party leaders now conMeutly^olare', Tbe'pnly thing that could bea.t the ticket would be for the republicans to stay at borne and Jet the democrats, do the voting, There is $0 enthusiasm for Qlmstenson °r Wilkttww .wnoug the democrats, The lattw has had to sejufe j^ep w profg^ionai workers (Utf wire puller?, ana a j&fc sample of the Des Moines Eegister: The time in this campaign has come when every republican should be made to realize that it is lu's duty to vote. It is not only a party iuty, but a duty he owes, to his country. No man can shirk his duty as a sitizen and be true either to himself o to his country. Voting is not a mej e privilege to be exercised at will; it is a duty.. The condition of the country a id the times makes the duty to vote, o i the part of the republicans, absolutel 1 'imperative. Let no one who believes ip better times neglect to cast his vote tiis year so as to > make republican victory easier next-year. The'republican party expects every republican to do his duty this year. The democrats have in every way at- iempted to throw republicans off their 'uardfbyj stimulating over-confidence m the part of republicans. The secretary o|-the democratic state commit- ;ee has gone so far as to predict a re- publicanfmajority of 100,000, in certain contingencies. It is now safe to regard tbis)as a device to make republicans indifferent, The democrats do not hope'to elect their state ticket this rear; but they do hope to cut down the majority 'of two years ago when £ov. Jackspn • was elected. If they cut down (that majority they will claim it as a partial democratic victory. They will claim that the democratic party is returning to favor. And worst of all they lyill claim that it is a partial endorsement of democratic tariff reform with T consequent deficiencies and bonds; of democratic foreign relations with consequent humiliation to American citizens and the American flag, and of democratic mistreatment of the men who saved this country thirty years! ago and made it possible for Grover Cleveland to be made president of 48 states and territories. Do republicans want to see these policies endorsed? Or even partially endorsed? I* »°fc now is the time to arouse all the voters to the importance olffelectiononthe fifth of November, QJI that day- let no republican negjeet to vote, The weather has been favorable and propitious for all fcmds -* ---*- and every voter is, allowed a j off on election day, Make it a hiFboliday. J^et farmers go to the polls parly and take all their neighbors with teem, Let us haye the old A me ffi&sm, If the country an4 the eaevep needed loyalty it is now, have bgetf piisgQyerned, hurauated ^ -erwhea. Shall w§ not em the J«U_of Member ^ Ever Our Claims to the BEST BUTTER! Our customers took the first premiums at the Zossuth County Fair... Opera House Grocery. Barrels £ ','afl * »",!; \m •$g :M '^m IF W T ^ ^ We have for sale at a low price barrels of all kinds and: sizes-pork barrels, tierces and sorghum barrels hol&ng , ( 15,30 and 50 gallons, , ', v Tread Power <. £ t J "tf • 1 ''. 't > r *"/?%{ We nave the agency for the besi, Ifs^A ,Fower\maM| TKef are the best and cheapest power you can upe, ;C^ andex'aniinethemana^etprices, ' : , V^7f • - '" -i fa •^sm f ' *jMy ¥*yy-. w L^FI"- r ff*r^^»Trs' ir « :r ™ ? ---x^-jjJ-. Jhey^lwaye ,giwsa%|fi , H ', ,~S.i?~JiM~n ^^n^'lxtnr^a IB nnr N«k'jM«/t < < f V, „-.

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