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Daily Liberal (Newspaper) - August 23, 1881, Lemars, Iowa - Daily ' ' IS EXCEPT SUNDAY Second Story Flint's by or by ' 10 cents per known on application iit the IB YEAtt 1 In northwest Iowa Burglars busy in the city Jast Condensed is a standard Greer & will build a office at their new Arnold and F. E. will down sidewalks The Methodist Sunday School will picnic in grove The Evangelicals will put a neat upon their new church Woodard mourneth the loss oi valuable watch Cold N. 0. the popular dry goods has gone oast to replenish liis Morgan & Grayson set fire to the second kiln of brick at their yards The Floyd Saturday attended by largo and prices wore Jake Hoeb announces the first oysters of the They came direct from It is to be desired that the city council and the Mayor will look circus as a and orders for all drinking saloons to keep open until 2 o'clock in the S. B. the staunch Republican who is working for was in town of who will lead the LeMars Band and scrape faces at tonsorial came down of Burg & left ibis p. m. for Chicago and other eastern We need only say that he will buy a fine stock of This morning Dennis Cronen ordered his sprinkling and next week the streets of LeMars will be kept clear of and henceforth Ed. charged with resisting and an will be tried before the Mayor on Friday The case was set for but was Tom who will probably be nominated to-day by the cans of the 5th supervisor district for member of the was in town trustful and enthusiastic To day John head clerk at Cash is one of the happiest men in the Ho this be united in marriage to one of Dubuque's Buchanan now boasts of his having defeated 1. S. the Republican nominee for representative two years He will defeat the candidates nominated this year if it be W. M. Lorimer writes from Kansas that the mercury indicated 111 degrees in the shade right Kansas a delightful for crops and weather and simoons and and drouth and and prohibitory amendments and Vol. 187. August 23, 1881. Philip the little Irishman who lives one inile south of is lying dangerously ill at his suffered from a sunstroke early in the and was just recovering from the effects of that trouble when he was taken with hemorrhage of the f roni which it is feared he will not The managers of the Republican party have missed their is in the Democratic party in this county a large element who are desirous of defeating the and this element have been recognized in the call for a Every in the county whp will vote against the ought to have a voice in the nominees for whom they he expected to and the committee could have invited sjich without any Reuben Loew left on the Central train yesterday for where ho will purchase the firm's stock of fall and winter after which he will go to Michigan to arrange for large shipments of apples the fall and M. B. the independent candidate ibr Senator from passed on liis Avay to had been called by Republicans who ara opposed to tlie election of Mr. The of Ruena Vista do not oppose he lacks for the reason that know him to be identified witli the rings and and they fear he cannot impartially decide upon matters that may come before the in which the people and the railroads may be at Davis will visit LeMars his return from Storm The Sioux City that members of tlie next shall enter upon duties by for United States Senatorial The Journal was not always For months it has been devoting its columns to proving that Gov. Gear is the most suitable man to represent the state in the national but the voters of the state having taken the matter in thoir own the Journal sees the necessity of electing unpledged The last received by Gear and his Commissioner came from the seventy-sixth of the counties of Palo Alto and Humboldt of was and under instructions to vote for that talented P. The pork house is pushing torward and it promises to be one ol the most important establishments in the Jjast week a little rumpus was raised by the that the building was too close to and would be a The proprietors satisfactorily arranged this and what promised to bo a serious disaster to the abandonment of the At this particular time LeMars cannot afford to be too exacting with those who would build up the are inconveniences that can well be that will result in no harm to the but the causes thereof may be of great value to the city and to every are pleased to know that will this considered was too deep for general or too heavy for a summer or people did not care to hear more about the having been told concerning him tlie night a small audience listened to a recitation of it by Foster at the Hall last The speaker stated the foundation of the and then to recite the seven scenes into which he had the original The speaker's assumption of the characters was very good and the style of delivery entirely different from the stage and he does not month his words like a but enunciates them so that a person can understand the All are improved by and though the freedom from this may have slackened the interest still the main points a guilty conscience needs no and ambition oft were brought out The and the scenes may be said to have been rendered the The Reverend gentleman is capable of entertaining a large and it is to be regretted that so few attend those like that of last calculated to cultivate a taste for good as well as elevate the and students and all who desire to bring beauties of the of their authors and should put forth their best efforts to become good Grand Our N. B. the popular boot and shoe started to-day on a grand to New and other eastern where he will visit the largest boot and shoe factories in the United and it is his intention to buy the largest and best selected stock of boots and shoos ever brought to such as the famous Reynold and Ziegler for misses and and the celebrated Dodge & Palmer boots for boys and Our readers will please bear in mind that Mr. Kaiser has the exclusive right to sell these goods in and no other merchant can got them from tho at any But Mr. K. informs us that he will purchase enough to supply our smaller if they wish to some Besides those leading goods he will also buy stock of common boots and such as are usually kept in other which he will sell so exceedingly low that no one needs to be without plenty of foot wear this fall and These goods will arrive in due time for fall trade and can be seen at the only exclusive boot and shoe store in doors of post The mention of for meets with general Mr. McClintock has been engaged in the treasurer's office for several is thoroughly conversant with all tho details of the and would enter the management of the office thoroughly qualified to discharge the duties Mr. McClintock is known to bo neat in the care of his and ho is a man who cannot be by any clique or ring any more than the present Mr. The Liberal would be to support Mr. McClintock for and we believe he can be Mr. agent at the little union us that that imposing structure built by tho hearted citizens of LeMars is to undergo some and while tho companies virtue of gift handsome edifice will not enlarge it nor put much expense it while there is -a possibility of removing the whole thing on a wheelbarrow to the west end of they tear down two or throe whitewash the scrub out and make the place more fit for the uses for which it was built by tho liberal people of this There is certainly room for some improvement on the little union and wo are glad to know that Mr. Hunt is stirring tho to do F. recently of Colorado 1ms rented the Courtney building on Sixth and about the 10th of September vail open out with a large stock of ready-made furnishing goods and The new firm will be a branch of United States Clothing House of and it is the intention of the proprietors to run a that will attract and keep The room to be occupied is now in course of and will be one of the finest in the and Mr. Dow will find that for business he has struck the very best town in the When the now store is the fact will be made through columns of the Serious night Dr. and Sheriff Hopkins were driving in from the western part of the and while several miles from the harness became preventing the Doctor from his who started off on a dead throwing the occupants of the buggy to the breaking Dr. left arm and right and otherwise injuring The Sheriff suffered no inconvenience from the save a slight Dr. came and his Dr. nines set the broken At this writing the patient is getting along and he will be able to attend to business in a few urv at oti Five Per fur FRESH from 170R fine imported - Stallion will be exchanged for farm lands or in Plymouth or Sioux The horse is a heavy and a valuable Any person wishing to make tho trade can learn more particulars by applying to E. 180ml FOR plow and drug for Inquire of J. P. N. 178tf. loans negotiated at lowest X 165tf I. S. HOUSES and business apartments to rent by tho month or Apply to 16Sm Closk & Co. work horses for BlODGET & 17*OR and call on sign of the Big 158tf The Daily Liberal BOOK AND JOB ROOMS Tho Job Printing has been with and and la now able to turn out work in the most approved at prices with city Wo ask a trial and feel that we can tho moat With now material and expert workmen wo do not fear V. shown and Give us a LEIDY & The City Jewelry Store WILL H. MY STOCK OF h Mill ui pal 5oois, Ts tho Largest in the Northwest and embraces the very and Newest Designs in the direct from tlie Manufacturers and I make a Specialty of Fine Goods for m Special and Estimates for Hotel Etc. Correspondence solicited from parties itt a distance to which prompt attention will be WILL H. 158y The Sioux Iowa THE BEST STOCK PLYMOUTH 480 acres in Section 9, Township 92, Range 46, Smiles west of 160 acres good plow balance all meadow with a good stream of water running through it. Price Sill per Apply to John Dealer In The land which came in last week was made up largely of men desiring to acquire real estate in this and the sales footed jip a big a Liberal reporter Mr. Bowman this morning to get the amount of his but ho was too busy to give anything like definite His sales yesterday were four thousand and be had several teams in the showing Other real estate men report large and it is safe to say the excursion was the post successful that has visited LeMars tor several Mr. Foy another crowd of from about the middle of OME things that Townsend keeps Des Fort Dodge and Cumberland that ho has plenty ipf that the best brand of at bottom is always in that he won't bo undersold on grades prompt delivery are taken into But ho will not cut the bottom out on a and then it all back on the 155tf FOR good sot of rooms suitable for in Kluckhohn new BATTLE FOR date I will offer at private sale sixty-four fat four and five yours old next Enquire of or address tho undersigned at A. D. FRANK MILLER & CO. Groceries and Provisions Sella goodB than any and you forget All gooda delivered free of atf mm m mmm WEAR A A fine lino of goods on hand at all The only exclusive boot and shoo house in the made to order on short notice by skilled 147tf N. B. Honse and Sign Painter I LE Particular attention paid to and Can bo found at the Duncan Idg For carpet bird door clothes dross patent churns and all kinds of household at tho lowest apply to China 53 dth Sioux Mail orders carefully imf Large stock of low-priced at China 53 ith 121tf Abstracts of I have a complete sot of Abstract and can Abstracts of Title promptly at lowest 107tf 1. S. Improved Farms Persons wanting to sell improved farms are requested to leave description and full particulars at office of Close & 86tf LeMars Iowa Everybody to know that Pew & LaRue have the best line of Cook Stoves in 68tf Monitor oil stove at China 53 4th Sioux Send for 121tf 10 cent cigar for 5 at 45tf The steam bakery bread received daily at C. J. is the finest ever sold in 90tf LE MARS M. court south or illinois This new and conveniently arranged hotel now open to the A share of tlie is 1.57m2 J. u. m. n. 15. n. d. n. s. BROWER PHYSICIAN and Can be consulted at all hours day or night Gold fillings a over Kluckholm & BARBER SHOP Dent's This gentleman is now prepared to attend to the wants of customers in a workmanlike guaranteeing Open on Sunday till 12 Give him a 62 GEORGE E. REAL Loan and Insurance Agent for Northwestern sold on aj bus. ness Tho men ot Farm for A ACRES CHOICE 1 O w southeast of Lo all under Good cattle and good Apply to address the A. D. Carriage WISHING TO PURCHASE A Top or Open Dexter or or Anything in the buggy can't do better than purchase the standard I Every job warranted for one Don't fail to call and see us before purchasing E. S. R. 128mG op mm AND CARRIAGES Corner Fourth aud Main Iowa made to order have first-class workmen and the best of and do not hesitate to guarantee We keep a supply of different sizes of wagons which wo are selling at bottom prices and will guarantee them to be the lightest draft of any wagon in the and the best of Repairing done All work warranted strictly C. p. Agent for AGRICULTURAL Oldest depot hi tlie Wc ail of our und of ly Corner and N. r Free omnibus to and from all Table supplied with tho rooms iu with the Uf A. M. and - - do all kinds of Excavating and Grading at reasonable made known upon Apply to A. M. Loudon by or tp 0; 186tf/ BELONGS TO THE - - - 14479771
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