Iowa Liberal (Newspaper) - June 6, 1877, Lemars, Iowa Vol. 5. IE PLYMOUTH JUNE 6. 1877. No. 47. Little MoHE this HAY Twisters at Bennett's only 75c. COUNTY June 23 ONLY four weeks till the fourth of July are paying $ 1.30 for y meeting of the Board this MA J. BALLbas been made county at K AD Pat card published in this PICKET Rope and Swivels at has thoroughly renovated his ' drug WK ft slight hail storm Thursday Carload of oats just at A. & ICE cream and Friday Carload of oats just received at A. Aldrich & A sizes only fifty cents at Carload of oats just received at A. Al drich & Go at Congregational church Sunday AND township had a free Saturday the mosquito large u A. M. the ice cream and straw berry festival Friday ' ToM To and Verbena Plants just re- and for sale at & are boxing up their intending to store them OuK county fathers are in report of next A stout hearty girl to work la tlie Apply at Depot THE young folks had a saut pic nic at 3[ arch's residence Insi IT is intimated that another party will leave LeMars for the Black Hills in few Foil the best and cheapest ss to be found in go to W. Biiggs Main TuK strawberries for the festival Fri * lay evening will be gotten from South TuAT c to Falls over the Sioux City and St. Puul lis still ta lked of. THOMAS will burn two bundled 1) rick & t his kiln in this village during the TirE passenger train on the Sioux City and Pembina railroad consists of an en gine and one lot of that beautiful white only ten cents per just re received at A. M. FoK RENT Desirable rooms for mall family can be rented on reasonable terms by calling at the Liberal DuKiNG the mouth of sixteen names wore added to the roll of scholars attending the Methodist Sunday school LET the young men and maidens repair to the Depot Hotel Friday and partake of the ice cream and To RENT 1- dwelling house in the lower part of the terms and particulars apply luscious Michigan be dispensed at the festival next Friday evening ought to draw a big OuK citizens were regaled lightful music Monday produced by a blind man has seven dry goods j o t Cherokee ladies come to LeMars to do all because our merchants ALL lovers of delicious strawberries and excellent ice cream should remem ber the festival at the Depot Hotel next Friday THOSE of our business men wanting or envelopes will And a choice stock from which to select at this has a new a de cern little who sports no and who proposes to profit by the ample set by WE learn that S. W. the popular landlord at Fort will shortly remove to there to re- ng ge in preached two excellent sermons livst In the church was and the audi ence listened attentively to the discourse The singing was NEST week we shall another batch of special premiums to be awarded at the County Pair next fall Oar fai mer as well as others interested should keep sc special premiums m For E. E. with deit was and a War on Benoy has had its it was indeed a sanguinary Our readers will remember that during the winter a religious and temperance revival struck Everybody was enthusiastic in the good and eventually the only seller in the village closed his shebang and declared that he had experienced a change of There was much joy in Seney over this one sinner that had and the good wives felt assured that they had uo more to fear from But in an evil hour the tempter and the regenerated seller He reopened his hole In the and proceeded to deal out the fiery liquid to whomsoever would This aroused the wrath of the abiding people of Seney and they proposed to take the law into their own hands and punish the Last Monday they assembled iu large numbers ( a funeral earlier in the day having gathered and after first divine guidance they marched in solid phalanx to the They called upon the and told him their He only The nothing sought and found a they again approached the unholy all was quiet doors and windows Again they called upon the guilty but received no At a given signal the advanced vi et battered down the Then began the tug of bot tle were of their in short and after making sure that nothing of an intoxicating character the party fully satisfied with their During the the Ben had his hand badly and wc understand that he to prosecute the Klux to the fullest extent of the It is said that the man Young Is a spite ful and that he has taken littl children into his forcing them to drink his vile liquors merely to spito and anger their If this be he hud better steer clear of all courts of A Monday while the Board of Supervisors were in session Hopkins brought in a claim for five to cover his expenses in Miss Mary Ficklin to the Hospital for the at The Commissioners for the Insane of this county had given the an order on the Auditor for that amount at the time the patient was taken but Deputy Auditor McClintock refused to ho r the While the claim was before the Board on Mr. McClintock entered the Court asking that he might receive instructions as to how to act in the setting forth at the same time that he had paid thirty dollars previously to the for which he hud been unable to get any This interference on the part of McClintook incensed who began to use vile and profane language not wishing to continue words In the of the told Hopkins to go down Both parties descended and a scuffle in which McClintock was badly bruised the Sh rilT having struck and beaten him most A number of men stood around and saw Mr. McClintock abused but offered no Hopkins is a man weighing possibly over two hundred a heavy muscular while i i a small unhealthy and one whose whole up shows him to be incapable of dog We publish this item with feeling ashamed that our High Sheriff would so far forget himself as to endeavor to strengthen bis cause by McClintock did only hat he Is sworn to that to look after the moneys paid out through the office with which he is D. of the passed through LeMars Monday on his way to traveler for the Sioux City stopped off at LeMars H. L. Sioux City's popular furniture was registered at the Depot Hotel Mitchell of wellknown to many in this paid us a short visit Mr. and Mrs. of are visiting their Mrs. H. C. this William of one of the best men in the county was in LeMars during the early part of the W. A. Sioux general agent for the new Wheeler and Wilson sowing was in this village Mrs. E. who has suffering some time from erysipelas on the wc arc glad to improving under the care of Dr. C. P. Wilbur brother of Mrs. of is in on his way home from the He brings sad stories of the in the mining Notice is hereby given that the Republican electors of Plymouth county will meet in Convention at the Court in on JUNE 23,1877, at ONE O'CLOCK P. for the purpose of electing five Delegates to the State Republican Convention to be held at Des June 27, 1877. The several townships will be entitled to one at- and one for every twenty or fraction of ton or cast at the last election J. T. for Secretary of This gives to each township the following representation in the County 25 8 Union 21 3 Perry 4 Sioux 31 3 si 3 54 4 K a Marion 18 2 America 27:? 15 4( 1 3 an 8 55 4 2T a 42 3 I. 41 BO 4 The Township Committees are requested to call their caucuses for June 21, 1877. A. W. County Central Com. Clark L Q Mr Ooo Patrick Mrs Sarah Mrs Mary Mia Louiso Ida Miss Bertha Michael W F T. C C H Edwin Lewis Awm P. M. US that mora wolf scalps were presented at his office during the past quarter than ever before in the same length of For each scalp presented one dollar is and the unfortunate Wolf kills no more VOCAL Mrs. D. Jackson has organized a class in vocal and instrumental and already she has promise that her class will be Mrs. Jackson has superior is one of the best solo singers in the and wc believe she will give faithful instructions to those who may place selves under her ex- MATCH that to morrow at 9 the great shooting match will taku place in this A large number of pigeons have been secured for the also a like number of glass balls to be thrown from the Bogardus spring There will be shooters from a distance and it iti thought that a class time will be if the weather prove THE caucus of Grant township R will bo held at the Rastede school house on Thursday June 21st, at six o'clock p. m. A. W. THE Liberal assumes no responsibility for the charges by Our columns are always at the disposal of those who think themselves and we invite DOTY and Common washing White lead 10c per and paint brushes at Window glass at broken Machine oils ever so AT LADIES see the great reduction in the price of plants at Now is the time to make preparations for the floral display at the County price paid for country pro iii paid for class and 7 cents for good fresh in at the LeMars Cash THE LeMars I was on our streets Friday discoursing some delight ful This organization has im proved greatly the past few THERE are many little occurrences taking place that are hushed by friendly That on Tuesday evening was one of We allude to to that little game set up by one and appropriated by as it Never squeal on your Let the band TitK Corson four in reached this place last on their way from Sioux Palls to their These gentlemen had at Sioux Falls to attend the trial of their charged with shooting a driver some months The case was postponed to July 17th. SIXTEEN papers flower speeds $ 1,00, Geraniums from 10c Verbenas 10c 3 for 25c, All plants at reduced AT UH A reward of fifty dollars ought to be paid for the detection and conviction of the who threw coal rotten into Bennett's well back of his tin The water is now unfit for To A medical exchange states that a drachm of nitrate of silver dissolved in an ounce of nitro muriatic acid makes a applied to the warts with a fine will cure them in four We may odd that we know of nothing better to remove wurts than the leaves of the common Crush the leaves between the and squeeze out the juice upon the two of three times a until they dry up and The cure will generally be complete iu less than a The fiftieth anniversary of the elevation of Pope Pius Ninth to the Arch- Episcopacy was appropriately celebrated by all true Catholics lust In this village the services were of the grandest and the congregation gathered to witness the ceremonies numbered many The procession was an attractive feature of the ISAAC S. ESQ our retiring county made one of the best officers the county has Twice Mr. Struble has been made counselor to the Board of and they are unanimous in declaring that he has proven energetic and faithful in the discharge of his We doubt the wisdom of a this especially as there are several important cases to be tried soon with which Mr. Struble is wholly but we trust that the new will prove equal to the OK The will celebrate the coming anniversary of American independence in an appropriate We learn that there will be a nic at a ball in the evening at besides an extensive parade in the before repairing to the nic All the civic societies in the have been invited to participate iu the street in and on foot will Ihc good music will be furni slK and the signs all portend a glorious HAHO TIMES From every quarter comes the cry Hard and it it were not for the facts us we might be led to believe that there is a great sion existing in business But to convince our readers that such is not the case iu this locality we will state that on last Saturday ( not - i very brisk wc added the following to our list of Dr. W. B. M. L. M. H. W. Pat John J. of B. Eight in one Don't talk about hard N. L. Plymouth county's candidate for State is not an secker in any sense of the A intelligent scrupulously honest in all his he has the respect and confidence of citizen of the and if nominated he will make just such a representative as the district Plymouth county is justly entitled to the office this the candidate we present is one upon whom the people of the entire district can and we believe that the best interests of all would be subserved by his tiou aud THE LeMars branch of the women's foreign missionary society will meet at the of Rev. G. W. this morrow ( after at three All interested are respectfully invited to WE arc sorry to see that the new edi tor of the Rock Review is show ing bad It may be that he thinks it smart to begin his ca ruer by cutting and shing about in fearful but if the young man is wise he will this aud dance to at the Bioux City beer garden five cents admission to the dance The above was clipped from the Sun day edition of the Sioux City Journal Can it be possible that the authorities in that burg such arrant violations of law and IT is to be hoped that none but good men will be sent to the Republican Coun ty Convention which meets in this vil lage on the 23d inst. We none but honorable partisans to represent this county in the coming State it is that the material be for delegates Irom the several TJIE case of M. C. Booge vs. R. and tried at Sibley last terminated in favor of the plain judgment for being given him Lawyer of Sioux Cily left the case just before it was given to the thus completely demolishing the chances of the had relied upon him The reason of Chase 's sudden departure is not J. J. Pocock has leased the Damy store corner Main and Sixth ( now occupied by Young & Cork whither he will remove his stock drugs about the 15 th inst. Before taking possession the room will be ro- papered and otherwise improved in the and a door will be cut in at the The new store will make one the handsomest in the W. KB has just returne from and he tells us that the crops in Plymouth look fur more ing than those iu our sister And so it comes from all points of the The fertile of our county are becoming better known each and it will bo but a very short time until lands in this locality will Command a much larger price than those iu the Letter ICE The ladles of the Methodist church will hold an ice cream and strawberry festival at the Depot Hotel next Friday the first of the and it Is desired that everybody be present to partake of the The proceeds will bo devoted to repairing and improving the - is a class harness and he likes to have his work but the Sioux county fellow who came in last Saturday made a slight This visitor appropriated halter belonging to with the In tention of using it as bis Frank suspected the followed saw the questioned the received nothing but impudence in when be proceeded to put a on the cu prit iu right good After enduring the heavy blows until patience ceased to be a the Sioux county man deliv up Mie stolen and left for a sorer and wiser TUB Board of Supervisors yesterday had under a from J. C in which ho again made charges for advertisements from the Bennett and Parsons were in favor of paying the but Baniett Kanig and Wilson emphatically refused The county attorney was called upon and his opinion was that the was This opinion did not suit the ( they saw it was and the matter was finally left with I. 8. Esq. This latter gentleman sent in his opinion this in which he shows that the Board have no right to pay bills like the one in that Buchanan must receive authority for publishing if he wishes to be remunerated Now we ask in all wasn't that forty dollars and five cents a literal ( not The should demand that the amount be PRACTICE MATCH The members of the Shooting Club indulged in a little friendly match yesterday using their new Bogardus spring trap and glass balls for the first The trial came the common north of the and was witnessed by a largo The party was divided into two of five one hundred balls being Below wc give the Judge Znver aud Hog The literary gentleman who wrote the article Thumbs up and thumbs and that Judge Zuver made out to evade the law 80 as to defeat the honest efforts of our Township Trustees in their efforts to purify tbe did the Judge a great efforts must certainly be a very praise when applied to such a set of scoundrels as the board of of America Let us look at them and their honest efforts lor a Tlic leader of the gang is the acknowledged of thieves m this It may bo possible to liaVe a decent man on that but certainly havo none at They had Mr. and lUey froze but and appointed a cared relation of with no like Job's old war to smell battle at a far off and stick his nose in other people's What does such a set of scoundrels ( as almost every one knows to as I have care purifying the The hog case in question was commenced for no other purpose than to gratify a personal The who planned it thought that be saw a chance to do mo some injury at the ex pense of America and has succeeded to a certain extent in causing me a good deal of trouble and saddling on to America township a debt of $ 400 to $ 500. A hog pen is like any thing else that Injures other a I repeatedly enquired of my neighbors if I was annoying them and was always as sured that I was All my nearest neighbors came into court aud testified that I had not troubled them nt all in the way of The poltroons who commenced the suit failed to show the slightest evidence when I had injured any All the law books of ' my at and the Sioux City attorneys closed their leaves In despair when referred to for a similar case where an action of the kind was commenced without a prosecuting So much for the learned gentleman 's conception of the honest Intents of our Township Why does bo make a personal attack on Judge Tho case was decided once before favor by a jury composed of some of the best business men in any one of which is the equal for Intelligence or respectability of tho sorghum % wrote the article Thumbs up and thumbs I am not personally acquainted with Judge but I don't like to BCO him abused on my account when be has done nothing that deserves It is not to be expected that he can decide cases in such a way that it will meet the of all parties who go to It is unreasonable to ask him to please every rate lawyer who brings an action in his but he deceives his appearance if he don't decide cases according to his idea of law and justice without asking any favors or fearing any body for so Let us look a little further at the hon est the angelic Board of It was shown in evidence that I commenced cleaning out my bog pen in tho winter while tho ground was yet It was shown that there was lots of hog pens In town that were never cleaned It was shown by my nearest neighbors that 1 did not keep a nuisance for their It was shown that I did not keep hogs iu the place in question in the summer at It was shown that there were hog pens and other places in town the perfumes from which would bo instant death to a Constantinople in it was shown that there was fifth mountains high that never came under the observation of the learned Board of Trustees of America township ia plain It proved to bo the first case on record where a lot of ignoramuses undertook to resolve themselves into executive and legislative assembly and proceed to a man's pro perty without the particle of law or usage to buck Hkem in their in view of all the facts in the is it not a little u & kind to sling insinuations at Judge Zuver when he is not here to defend his side of the P. Hart 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 0 1 1 9 Click 1 0 0 0 0 1 1 0 0 1 4 Long 1 0 0 1 0 1 1 0 1 0 5 Myers 1 U 1 0 1 0 1 1 0 0 5 Knowles 1 1 1 1 1 0 0 0 0 0 5 Greer 1 0 0 1 1 1 0 0 1 1 J 4 0 0 0 0 0 1 0 0 0 0 1 Wilde 0 0 0 0 0 1 1 1 1 0 - 4 0 1 0 0 1 1 1 0 1 5 Revell 1 1 0 1 1 1 1 1 0 1 8 Welliver 0 0 0 1 0 1 0 0 0 1 8 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 0 1 - 8 30 morrow the takes place in we leam will be several clubs from a mmm So SICK Up at Sibley last week an important case was being There WHS a woman in tho IVas a whisky Tho attorneys on either side fought long and Col. of Sioux made the closing In language graphic and emphatic be his fair client had been covered with slime and by the opposing how the witnesses for the side had endeavored to ruin her how every finer cried out against the 0| The exceedingly He dwelt upon the fact opponent the unfortunate minutes ho continued in ' At last one juror could stanil it in e 1 sick to my I want to go The jury were dismissed five Chuse Ills lofty flight t' '