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Daily Liberal (Newspaper) - March 24, 1882, Lemars, Iowa Vol. 2.--No. 41. March 24,1882. THE DAILY DAY m- by 10 per neck THE WEEKLY IS AT PKR ICA local news ill AI 1(^11, is in the Mr. Allen is an old M. will he the this in sell go Loew A mills night Pit to the city this The Central the hoys The new resilience is being Cottrell is having his pnr in Sam ibr tlie east The Central train was two hoars late this Tlie next of sales will lake It is said that time on H. died yesterday of M. J. oi is in is looking keeps the Une in the Try 40t() The has added names to its list since house has closed its for the will a position as Wo Ji new and jeweler will locate in The family from the addition were taken to the Harry is very it is feared that he irill not many Gardner has laid ii sidewalk front of bis Main street yon those plaids at Loew Cos. There been seven deaths from in T. L. lias returned from trip to Cedar the agricultural implement will build a residence this C. It. wants to his liouse and on Kagle The house is a new t persons can live ' Olds through a telephone line in five The costs in the Dr. Porter be paid before trial is and examine those ginghams at I 01 Ij lias measles in his and by measles is meant not ' p. is now in Page ile has not yet recovered from liis Some cuss one of the large panes of in Bowman's land a night or two waxed are for ladies can lie at Loew Pit lias invested in an elegant and same Hill be be at the of the Mr. Keim ns thai he has to telephone It ns to learn that 0. H. of is as a ifor Congress from this The from E. R. The is closed for the It will be put in shape and opened by the Mr. The City is now building about three railroads per all of liave western terminus at Sioux The stock this morning were six carloads hogs P. P. it Co. four K. M. Tonilinson two of A. Seaman lias a new with desk for It is a It's a desk and organ A. who is bunting in writes to his father that liis party got one and and lorty ducks in a few They are in the vicinity of Mayor Lawrence says that the new ordinance ill reference to the ol persons who arc given to drunkenness is already lieing nse of who are injured by the bad of their The boom Sparks of arrived each witli a carload of household goods and ami P. K. of with stock and Felix bought two from Brother 1. T. Gilbert on and Gilbert on the wickedly called him a hypocrite and a such outrages are is it any wonder that pure and religion doesn't the in iho of the oldest inhabitant the Leader and joined in tw a city ticket in Des Moines at the recent both Wyman for who was the candidate of the three who To-night Lady Quartette will appear in the and judging from the will all be The ladies to highly and they will doubtless give an enjoyable tbe dramatic will give There Seems to be a in the minds of as to the legality of take as One section of the Code empowers the Council to make sneli while says that a new election be called to till tbe Our new not to do but what is will at the meeting Monday call a special election for above Mr. should and no doubt will be by the fair to make an excellent working member of the city and the will best serve interests by that he is returned by a unanimous Sheldon is full of was in that village on and of taking the train for He was at once upon by the who make up a part of the and against the He was told that the town was being by everybody could get that deaths were and that a of gloom had upon the further that trains stopped long enough to throw olf but passengers were not to get otf or on the The gentleman came to and every hotel tilled to and he was to on u He has a better opinion of than had reaching Gateway Jewelry C. W. L. PROP. Silver and Silver Plated etc. RECEIVES PROMPT FINE WATCH WORK A Engraving by and Goods purchased from me engraved free of Hotel goods at special Plast side Main three doors south of 6th, la. SIGN OF 81G WATCH AND Peter in- FRESH TUB At the Meat FOR A CLEAN SHAVE BARBEE SHOP First door cast of Co. Sixth Seaman says he for a young fellow at shop few days since and now tbe young fellow is buying and having his is willing to for the necessities | of life but he cannot lie responsible for any i Will the Deacon take i V K. T. general of Iowa and Minnesota Telephone yesterday consulted members the council them permission to erect ill be made a partial canvass tor subscribers with gratifying will ar- j rive ucit and if the ground is in proper condition tbe will be lines stretched Ihe completion of the work here aline will be run to Sioux City by means of which for very small sum our citizens can converse with the people of The That will Jind the a great can he no and while the rental seems dollars ivill he a that once will be given Dr. who is the and against whom the Sentinel pointed its that he refused to cases when Me to take charge of 1 he as Mould have seriously his other he was called to one or more casi's of and answered the calls ami will not open on ' CONTRACTOR AND Special to at tie lias liad lit D. W Can lie m nm m m mm DIETRICH'S CITY LE of CHOP Com Etc. Dealers in GRAIN OF ALL The New Process ar the liy haveil il as of tlie 11 all tlie hihI purity of Uie Try one of tills jind you will use it. Solil by all JOHN G. Market old llain Wholesale In m li ETC. Ail Goods delivered in city and to depot free of PAID for BUmR and of oldest machine in tlie an examination of our and with other Plymouth Meal - - - la. Io Dent's Kinds and Salted ' price paid fur and so manager uf 4 G. B. REAL is an ami i Loon and Agent one who would scorn to do a mean act. j He has had in epidemics of j appalling than our little Ui M and Horses of and has never the should undertake has and Olivette will | to laud one by in the on evening of ive do not next The will he rendered by | but the fact remains it the an the sold on AW intended nnd men Ibr Race 1 Sth and Horses soM ita Sales will not harm ii man who has the that of right belongs to said to have few if in its line The is an of and Iter is always with there's talk of moving the next ord office from to A 1 gentleman who was in S. the litis ahmit ' an interview to engage and ' who himself as not at all will open out a fresh stock in the j pleased nith the outlook over This which is now being j is part of i There is to be for is one of the and then Ihe mmit most enterprising men LeMars S. GOES TO CHICAGO is to paper run has ever and he a degree in in on He will carry only tlie grades of and his stock will be iit all limes neat and will cany largely of wood and willow in fact usually be r. cd to and the as il uill abuse il will ught but the more tlie never Ibr a moment be lost of. lUit ihe game will tricks have become .so thin that they mislead The Sentinel may live a few mtmm h in ii general grocery The but like the supplement and eral predicts a big trade ibr the new the it will To Buy His BIG STOCK f Out tor the Ad
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