The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa on November 6, 1895 · Page 7
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The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa · Page 7

Algona, Iowa
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Wednesday, November 6, 1895
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. t •!.-»"<' •>'• Reptibliesift§ Have It All Their Owft Way, Both in the State and County, f he Morning Reports Say the Majority on the Statd ticket Will Be Close to 60,000. the Slight/JDlsaffection on Our County Ticket'Cuts No figure in the Re* suit—Let Us Sing 1 Ko8suth t swing8 Into line solidly republican. Everything on the ticket wins by a good majority. Supt. Reed will have 200 over Wilkinson. Sheriff Samson gets a bigger 1 "majority yet, and Mayne and Spencer go up into big figures. It is nearly as sweeping as last year. All the townships were heard from at noon but German, Germania, Lotts Creek, Ledyard, Ramsay, Seneca and Springfield. They will together give a republican majority. Without them a hastily figured total for Drake is 1,543, Babbitt Crane 108, Bacon 29. Drake wlllrbeat Babb a good 700 votes. Mayne gets 1,662, Weimers 874 and Hofius 174. Spencer has 1,688 to Dorweiler's 893. Samson has 1,516 to Chrlstensen's (1,112, Reed has 1,282 to Wilkinson's 1,176. It is a clean victory all along the line. The table given below contains the unofficial returns for the townships thus far reported: Flrsfc : £0 Secondw'd. .Mia I -i we; Third ward eooxotP : 01 wrowo> 10a Oresco. Fouvth w'd. Buffalo. Lu Verne. oi Irvlngton, H I - 1_ 1 H Prairie. Sherman. Wesley, Eagle. Penton, Greenwood. Garfield. Grant, to i« wi' : * tt Hebron.'. "»---'-"-'. M<O I Harrison. Lincoln. Portland, .11 I. '••• Plum Greek, Rlverdale, Swea. Union. Whittemore, Ramsay, Seneca. t Yea'terday was the quietest eleotip ['day eyer seen in Algona, and yet a fair f ly full vote was polled, The tow yi fhe mlf * fifty and that *aa m quietly bat there VtotmWk oft t PEESOIA1, MOVEltETTS. on the streets. --—-*' -w*--*--.^ *&*| Aim Su6t*ifF suffered also. Bttrt slumped fl worst oft these two. The ttssait ver the count/ aside from these two. owever, gives & big republican ma- ority, as usual, the returns on the ail tax will not be known until the tooks are opened. It is reported that • was quite generally supported over he county. Senator Funk's vote also s not reborted. The Register this morning claims le state by 60,000 for Drake. New fork also is claimed republican by 0,000. The elections have all gone epublican, even Kentucky and Mary* and being claimed, with a show of eason. The only democratic states Conceded are Virginia and Mississippi, 'his is very unusual for an off year ollowing the big republican landslide f last year, y, .• Election Notes. Last year Randall had 1,067 majority nd Grose 1,064. McFarland's majority over all In Kosuth last year was 699. Last year the jail tax vote of the Bounty was 432 for and 1,366 against. It was too quiet an election. Politics B Buffering from that tired feeling. It! eeds invigorating on some plan. The populists last year had 185 votes n the county and the prohibitionists 1. The populists had 22 votes in the 'bird ward. The only democratic townships a r ear ago were Fenton 2 majority, Gar* ield 17, Lotts Creek 37, Prairie 44, and ittverdale 36. In Sherman the demo;rate and populists had 2 majority over he republicans and in Ramsay 3. Last year,Algona gave 170 republican majority, Burt gave 109, Buffalo 11. Cresco 88, Eagle 10, German 1, Germania 34, Grant 2, Greenwood 27, Harrison 22, Hebron 37, Irvlngton 31, Led- rard 26, Lincoln 13, Lu Verne 17, Plum Jreek 32, Portland 51, Seneca 18, Springfield 9, Swea 40, Union 31, Wes- ey 105, Whittemore 42. The total ma- orlty was 699. The Bancroft Register comments on ohe late campaign: It Is stated that several men who have figured in repub- Ican politics as salary-drawers only are canvassing the county In the interests of Mr. Wilkinson for superintendent. There is no occasion for saying any- ,bing condemning these parties or their actions—public sentiment has forestalled us in that. But we cannot help wondering what a man, who has received the highest honor within the lower of the county to confer, must ihink of himself after playing the traitor and poltroon for a few dollars. Wesley gave Dolllver a great reception last Wednesday evening. The Algona band and Britt drum corps were ihere and the Algona glee club sang. The hall was crowded, so much so that at one time the benches gave way. and t looked as though the floor had broken through. Dolllver had been in one such wreck and was pretty thoroughly unnerved by the occurrence, but finished his speech. Edgar Bailey of Britt s the only person reported hurt. The Wesley Reporter says: "Algona was well represented by many old leaders of the party and its excellent quartet and superb brass band." . •/- Money. I have unlimited money to loan on long or short time. 6 B. W. HAGGARD. Mr. and Mr*. I, X Wilson extoect to go to Culiforni* tills Inonlh for the winter. Miss, Maggie White from Nevada for a visit — .._— comes f For a visit with Mfs. Geo. Mrs. Ralph Miller is ttp from Stratford vieiti&g at the J. B. Winkel home for a few days. Mlee Tress Boesert of Webster City visited Mrs; Alex White Over Sunday returning Monday evening. MrS, Jessie Heckart Rudy wfts up from Eagle Grove for a fen* hours Saturday^ calling at A. D, Clarke's. Mrs. F. EL Vesper la home after a lengthy eastern visit, la her absence Mr, Vesper baa been having his home repaired and added to, J. B. Jones spent Sunday in Algona. He says all they will do with their cemetery this fall is to cut the avenues and clear out unnecessary trees. John K, Walker IB op in the Lake Itasca region on a hunting trip with an old Wisconsin friend. He left yesterday morning for two week's vacation. Guy Taylor did not get off on that deer hunting excursion, but J. W. Tennant went Monday with Mr. Shipley of Ledyard and will do ex* ecution up in the Minnesota woods. poStofeoe inspector |«§ Mety Jweti called out K> go over his booftS. * fttat the report is, we are not inf6t»6dj 4 bnt Mh Dirt ift WMry of gofttgfitioH tftd is edtbtherdace; This ffiftfl is ft dow'fiotgctitthefi L P, Haf'Mebfl is the choice, for he prefer! Iks «T*»OI the other democratic f&pffitifft. we cannot learn exactly ho* .the Algom politicians regard the tflftttef, tot the impression is that they wefe very noncommittal* It will be Recalled in this connection that the appointment Of Mr. Darr called out column after column of animated discussion several years ago, and that will doubtless make the boys up here cautious about Interfering ' Theo. Chrtschilles and E. V. Swelling were up at Estbervllle last week on business. Estherville was much disappointed that the shoe factory people would not entertain their proposition on account of having but one railway. Several of 'Andrews' Opera company came from Humboldt last Friday on bicycles. Ed. Andrews uses one a great deal as a cure for biliousness. He made it to Algona in two hours, and was as lively as ever on the stage. Peter Winkel and W. A. Ladendorff are back from a two weeks' hunting trip in southern Minnesota. They found game very scarce on account of the dry condition. Mr. Winkel says that another dry year will leave the Chain lakes all dry. They have very little water now. Miss Gertrude Clarke attended the wedding of her cousin, Miss Florence Clarke, at Cedar Rapids last Thursday evening. The Republican gifres a very lengthy description of the event, which was one of social importance in the city. The bride is a daughter of Col. and Mrs. Chas. A. Clarke and the groom a son of the late millionaire, James Bever. The ceremony was srformed in the Episcopalian church, [shop Perry being present. After it was over the party returned to Col. Clarke's home where a wedding supper was»served and where a reception lasted until 11 o'clock. The presents were many and elegant, and the young couple start out with every bright prospect. The bride has visited in Algona and has many friends among the young people. Money. I have unlimited money to loan on long or short time. B. W. HAGGARD. Two HmftrttfiO samples Ingratn car* pets—cost us 36 to 406 each—take your pick for 25o. The Grange "' ARE you needing another lamp? See those nice new low priced ones at the Opera House Grocery. Money Saved, without a doubt, by buying your groceries of Anderson & Stebbins, south of the court house. ANYONE wishing to buy high grade Jersey heifers will find three fine ones for sale at W. B. Carey's, three miles northeast of Algona.-33t2 I WILL pay 15 cents for eggs. Jas, Patterson. COTTON STATES EXPOSITION. Atlanta, GB., September 18 to December 81} 1805, The schedule printed below is a com prehenslve guide to the best and mos desirable route to Atlanta from the north and northwest, Chicago, Indian apolls, Cincinnati, Louisville, St. Louis Terre Haute, and Evansvllle. Palace day coaches and Pullman sleeping cars are; attached to all train shown in this schedule. Extremely low rates have been mad< to Atlanta and return, via the Nashville, Chattanooga & St. Louis railway. All trains run solid between Nashville and Atlanta, except train In last column. The train In third column, which irdR.fof Al^SfTl^alfW^'^''^"-'-^-^^^ STOVES v-i-t^ii-'^? k_ i \ V ^alrt^a •' •"•• . k •% v w»m* j,-«k* |W ^« Tov v\f your, meuioi stands f of all efficient, eftjfi* '««.. Wfth it . •-Uflt '*-JtthVi '0. M« No Loss with a .« ^ •& :cm ^ff | { ;j>$N "*fch >j c *y$ ' r W Sold by o. It burns all the put in it. It's easy to run:an| long lasting. ^Askforj ;. ODO-XS-B-B, Harca-warb'. WE matte a specialty of Collections. 31oud & Haggard. WE still have a good assortment of ladles'and children's fleece-lined underwear. There is good wear and great warmth in these garments for one-half the price of wool. The Grange Store. ^_ MONEY to loan on long or short time. Geo. C. Call.-tf • YARNS—German knitting, Spanish, and Saxony—in a variety of colors, at jobbers' prices. The Grange Store. A GOOD Beatty organ for sale or to trade for a bicycle, Inquire at this office,—17tf FOR time loans on real estate apply at Kossuth County State Bank. FLANNELS for less than free-wool prices ftt The Grange Store. MACKINTOSHES in single and double texture, lined and unlined, all colors and sizes, at Galbraith's. GOOD butter to go with the pancakes at the Opera House Grocery, WE make a specialty Cloud & Haggard. of collections. CLOAKS, cloaks, Capes, capes, capes! atGalbraitb's. cloaks, cloaks! by the wholesale JUST arrived this morning at Galbralth's, something for the children in the line of cloaks and jackets. leaves Cincinnati at 4 30 p. m., runs solid to Atlanta. This is the route of the famous "Dixie flyer, through "all the year round" sleeping car line between Nashville, Tenn. —* T --' vllle, Fla. FURNITURE! and Jackson- New Meat Market ( Moe Bros, of Sioux City have opened a 'meat market in the Heise building on A. M. & G. M. JOHNSON have just received a fine lot of farmers' carriages and surreys. Can give you a fine" bar- gain.-3tf ' Try those "Schoolboy" cookies at the Opera House Grocery. A HOUSEHOLD TREASURE. D. W. Fuller of Canajoharle, N. Y,, says that he always keeps Dr. King's New Discovery in the house and his family has always found the very best results follow its use; that he would not be without it, If procurable. G, A, 'Dykeman, druggist, Catfikill, N. F., says that Dr, King's New Discovery is undoubtedly the best cough remedy; that be has used it in his family for eight years, and it has never failed to do all that is^laimed for it, Why not try a remedy so long tried and tested. Trial bottles free at L. A, Sheetz' drug store. Regular size 60c,, and $10Q. DID tOU EVEB Try Electric Bitters as a remedy for your troubles? If not, get a bottle now and get relief. This medicine has been found to be peculiarly adapted to the relief and cure of all female complaints, exerting a wonderful direct influence in giving strength and tone to the organs. Jf you have loss of appetite, constipation, headache, fainting spells, or ave nervous, sleepless, excitable, melancholly or tvoubled with di?zy spells, Electric Bitters is the^.^emcine^yp.u^n.eed, L! 8 For further information address Brl ard F, Hill, northern passenger agent 828 Marquette Building, Chicago, III. R. C. Cowardin, western passenge agent, 405 Ry. Exchange Building, SI Louis, Mo.; or D. J. Mullaney,. easter passenger agent, 59 W, Fourth street Cincinnati, Ohio, W. L. DANLEY, , G, P, & T. A., Nashville, Tenn, I / * * isV, \/«.'," *$ sianca-e^-i''^ -' ' '"','' ' ' . /»*«! •"<! t"' n',V$ W E call especial attention to our new Book-! ', -"''^I Racks and Wall Shelves. Just the .thing. ., ^.^ for cheap book case. _ , " *\\:$£jj$t • ' V''/<$$&! , ,, ' *",i >Hf-4? Complete stock of . , -n -mr ft , j, A-'v'^it^ TT , /,. r A * fl fflnliponrm^ Undertaking Goods. CAPS. t <-. A new line of fall and ter caps just received, and see them before Yours truly, . Health and strength we guaranteed by its use. Large botfles only. 60 cents at Dr, . A, Sheets' dyug store, BUCKHBN'S ARNICA SAiVE, The best salve iu the world for bruises, outs, sores, ulcers, salt rheum, feyer Bpres, totter, chapped bands, chilblains, corns .11 _i_f_ »»,*«4-t A**,-- n*n^ rtnoirlirai'tr Aill*na Price 35o a box, , Sold by l>, A. Sneetz. Livery barn known best gowth of Tennjwjt bowse, livery site, is -this, the best seat town in. norjilvern Iowa, Stalls lor 45 bovges, besWeg she4^iBg, M ha^b^fn thoroughly p,epj,l fouridation to ' ra in bftru, There Cloaks, Dress •-"i;i$$ ' v 1 ^ %v . 1 A ,, . ^ i» v ' i'm , •:'X+tMSi •' "A'^pft-H -, r*?Aw/ 1 - • );" <iV ,@ ' ,7 ' -ifif <• I-, I :»$ < " , -M^F, i • • .-'4'! •.-#?••&$ •" ! ^' f'TS& , \ * A w *>v*£ i - ,'^" i,, 2;^c * / ' *• (,V»,%P| < ^'$m c^vrtages, , feed were' never as *he»p btfere. sire tQ'4isp«|,e of totpte Mm m;t • JW FW'TSJ ,' f»»^ t "l^TtS»<" f/«'"*5H-jfTT- I' '_ '.•„•' «-iiii .* <; '•:• si f«w»*i*« (.'. '. '£.. '

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