The Algona Republican from Algona, Iowa on November 13, 1895 · Page 1
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The Algona Republican from Algona, Iowa · Page 1

Algona, Iowa
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Wednesday, November 13, 1895
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BIG t o. p, VOTE Ho *> k jnsoH Smith, Mary , ^;i :'&'& • ^V » V' v,- <l **• '<* , Jilt? Largest Republican Plurality Bver Knawn in an Off Year ifi JKossuth County, Gen. Drake's Plutality Runs Wp te 689— Mayne Geta 8M— Spencet Leads the Ticket with 857 — Samson's Majority is 398. * the most powerful stories ever written); a series of *«? cles on the great naval engagements of * Ben fceed Comes Out of the Fight With a Plurality, and Tellier arid Morse are Given Votes of Confidence,— . No Jail This Year. [and Cheaper than Ever. tylor. [loaded, u ^pM:'i^P^I ? 'v l | The canvass of the returns of the several township of Kossuth by the board of supervisors on Monday showed that 1815 votes had been cast for Gen. Drake, republican candidate for governor, 1126 for Babb, democratic candidate, 134 for Crane, people's, and 82 for Bacon, prohibitionist. The republican plurality was 689 and the clear majority was 523. This was a gain on the plurality of 304 and oa the majority of 322. The total vote was 3,107, as against the vote of 3,309 In 1893, a falling off of 202. The democratic vote fell off 249, the people's 7 and the prohibitionist 1, while the republican yote gained 65. The vote for Parrott, for lieutenant governor, led that for Drake by 16. Given for Judge received 1832, and Perkins for railroad commissioner received the highest vote, 1839. Mr. Funk, against whom no democratic candidate was run, received 1847 votes to 162 for Hughes, populist. 'Mr. Mayne, forfepresentative received 822 plurality over Wiemer. Col; Spencer's majority was the highest on the ticket, 877. Supt. Beed comes O ut of the fray With , $$»4 i>lurality y of 223 and alltheschoo: [ ma.'ams.rejoiee,,, ,lSheriff Sams6n,'s,n?a •[ ioi'ltV'Via'*.!' ! .<lQft V X Tal !t<».}<.>V 4^1" Hnrr,.? ^^ *J"\ i ™ree brilliant articles" on ^contributed by Marian Crawftrd, superbly illustrated by Castaigne, in the Century; a series of af- f George Kennan, author of n*'T«l"I and the Exile System,' 1 on the Mountains and the Mountaineers of the Eastern Caucasus, describing a lit- tie known people; articles by Henry M. btanley and the late E. J. Glave on Africa} a series of papers on "Th« Administration of the Cities of the United States," by Dr. Albert Shaw. The Century will also contain during the year a great number of papers on art, subjects, richly illustrated. Prof. Sloan's "Life of Napoleon," with its wealth of illustration, will reach its most interesting part—the rise of the conqueror to the height of his power, and his final overthrow and exile. In order that the new subscribers may obtain the whole of this mon- .umental work, the publishers have made a rate of $5, for which one can Jj av f a year's subscription from Novem* ber '95, and all of the numbers for the past twelve months, from the begiu- ning of Prof. Sloan's history. '" '"™""'^=£!-SS=SSSSSSS-^= MONEY! On Real Estate. HOXIE & BRUNSON. 71 ^ M Do You To Make a Fancy Lamp Shade? Buy a Frame at the Opera House Grocery, 1 P. L. SLAG-LE, Manufacturer of and dealer In Harness and Harness Goods, ALQONA. IOWA. Tonnant «S •r;*T5w?(>: 8 ^fe^\. V^/^'V^I llEBBROS. :,f ' I Prices, w . > ^-,-.:<6"ti'886/4 I 72 , vu^aiu r ttvjng/ipeen pollfd-for it'to'flni against. -It had a mlijority In, seven townships only. > I ( r » ^ —• r^ '.I TO HELP REPRESENT US. Mrs.J. p. D; to Be—Interesting Gossip r Which Must Be. Allowed to the People of the Tenth District. Des Moines ISTews: A wedding of great popular interest is that of Congressman Jonathan P. Dolliver and Miss Louise Pearsons, which is to be solemnized at Ft, Dodge on the 20th mst. A Des Moines lady who has known the bride for some years says that she is attractive and interesting, reflned and scholarly—a brilliant young lady, in fact, with nothing of the frivolous in her nature. She is a brunette, tall and stately, and walks with something of an English stride. Miss Pearson lost her mother when she was fourteen years of age and since then she has lived much with an uncle, a gentleman of wealth and culture, who has given liberally of his money to certain Illinois colleges. Miss Pearsons attended Wellesley for several years, since which she has taught at Evanston,™ an d also, in the public schools At Ft. Dodge.' It has been said tihat'Mr. Dolliver and Miss Pearson, though living near each other all their lives, first became acquainted last summer at the lakes. Suqh is not the case, however. They have, known each other from childhood, - though, it may be v witb never, a thought i of marriage on either side, Indeed, Miss Peawns spept a part of last winter in •WRslnnorfcrm oa ^ e gy^ Q£ J^jggGay polliver,'s sister, A Hoines people will at- wna .wie weaaing. nuptials; which are to be celebrated in the First r *' terjan 1 church of Fp, Dodge, 'Mr George K, Pearsons, the brJde"s father js ia man nt> «'««"i«j~-.~Ci«.__vij;,-***""" Barrels -(,' •"«*. 'v>^ rm Trea^Power : •i *»M > •*• ^»» JLJLJLiMr ^ \< n '^' f' 1 , •' ,' , i i "*j 5 ! i iX \iV^--/ '^iBT^TWDTM/l ^.tfemiii.'- FLUfflRlNfi f^r^V^pWSB 1 ,'' «* a/Wj ANDREW HANSON. E, G, Bowyer, —Dealer ln^- [ewelry, Silverware, Watches and Clocks. «j • fh2 n 8 ^n»M e ? +nd Latest Stock. Eecalr- ing' a Specialty. We employ only com- * -' v « C. & N. W. Depot. E.,G,BO¥YER Iowa, GREAT SALE —OP— RAILROAD LANDS I Southern Minnesota, In the Fertile Minnesota Valley. These rjch prairie lands are dark loam 11 aqa are very productive, This part of innegQta Is well settled and has school -ousei! aj}d cburcftes. These lands are lo-i oated near TSE IOWA CoLQjry. nearTaun' ton, Minn,, a bright new town and first- class locations for all kinds of business, ioi?nif, Q {i nt " b ^^' ow1s , ln abundance qn ,« ""'"".dpwwe, waWoH it a fine stock ' '.^ the time to buy your hard-and soft, 11 Coal. lam taking orders for immediate or future delivery, and tfte prices will as low as any. Order your Coal , vs ^•& ?i<'4' V&E3 l^L * ea l, y0 tefws a * ptfrn ,„|7,5Q to O9.6Q pev aere. One- Wft Q per cp»t mteces^ titles . .... „„.* HQ paynient the second year; 'wo years'to ^make secondpayment - * '-- '-•- the Jany, m zine celebrates its ba , 9 « , to *MVmA ."MMftWswW Leave orders down town at tbe office of! ,| "'. O. Willson. ProKipt delivery; 1 ' , <• , < ' S '-.F In Iowa ooai I haye: Myst|o t Boone, What Ofteer, and - : ^ ^MS Saylor, Also Illinois and Hocking Valley soft, ' : '' - *&*$> Order by Telephone after .October 1, :' -^™ e J .'^taEsHBr. \UI*ZL. .?. • «.» • •• ArfTtf'^PKl

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