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Iowa Liberal (Newspaper) - April 21, 1880, Lemars, Iowa HE SERVES HIS COUNTRY BEST WHO SERVES HIS PARTY 8 LE APRIL 21, 1880. NO. 40 Local The Last Sad The farmers want A Blight snow fell Bunday Two of oal at * a. get your alleys the at A street sprinkler could de a good business the will bars a gallery in new The Sheldon Mail doesn 't reach us Mr. why is Real Estate transfers last week footed Bp nearly nine thousand C. B. Corkery has had his wagon depot fancifully and attractively Cherokee counties were not represented in the State Our friends north and west enjoyed the of a fine rain Sunday about Held & Nelson are working five and expect men from One of out English cousins with a ' cicle attracted much attention A little dog belonging to W. F. Allison's children went mad last and had to be Sioux county Republicans want Gov ernor Gear to be nominated for Vice C. B. Wright has moved a house from to the north lot in Foster's Main H. A. has gone east to pur chase a new dress for the Daily and Weekly The Seney Methodists tire waiting for Another donation before they begin building their The old soldiers turned out nobly to y a lust tribute to their deceased James J. Mr. and Mrs. J. H. Struble will begin in the Widow Blake south A large number of our ally among the younger are engaging in 0. P. Woodard has taken down the sheds jn the rear of his implement and will build platforms in thuir The Sioux 6 i t y Journal makes a big fuss over the fact that in moving e Pen office a Bible was found on onu of the back It is altogether probable that the Rev J. of the Evangelical will succeed Mr. Griesse as tutor of in our J. W. Esq of has a brother in law living in Webster tLe locality which suffered so terribly from cyclone A liberal reward is offered for dis covery of the LeMars Grant which organization was talked of considerably just prior to the State Nick Eilburg has moved a two - story frame building from the upper of Sixth street to his lot on Main north of Jake Metz's cigar In Mr. H. C Curtis as a possible candidate tor Congress from this the Pattersonville Index throws up its and Good Nineteen years ago Monday t ie p of Baltimore attacked the Massachusetts regiment as they were marching through the streets of the Mon It was rumored on the streets yesterday that Mr. of Sioux the death of whose child we mentioned last had lost his wife another and that two more children were all with Dr. Paul L. Brick the new appears in card before the Liberal Dr. B. is a graduate of the Berlin and a physician of rare skill Our people will find him a gentleman and one who understands his A Bunday school will be organized at the Redmon school house on Sunday next by I. T. There was a heavy rain and hail storm in Liberty Sunday Some of the bail stones were as large as hen's Calvin brother of L- M. who owns the S tin ton farm in Johnson wants to get the county news ao he has ordered the Liberal to be lent to Mr. Doty came from Jackson county last this spring he brought his family out and will ke his home in Piy mouth county for the balance of hit ReT. of the Presbyterian church was in town Saturday and informed our reporter that the church building in John son township ia going up The work is sides Bre and by the first of July it 1 hoped that a congregation will be worshipping In the new Great credit is due Mr. efforts ia behalf of this church od his friends hope that may tone remain to minister to the * * WW fce * Thursday evening l st the remains of H. who died in San April 1st, reached this accompanied by Mrs. Clarke and her little At the depot a large delegation of Masons were in waiting to receive the boiy of their deceased and they assumed immediate charge The body was taken to Masonic where it was kept until a vigilant watch being kept night and day by members of the Masonic Hall was tastefully while from the exterior festoons of crape hung The funeral hour was fixed for Sunday at ten and at that hour the Masons assembled in their aud after the private the was borne to Van SieKel where a largo congregation had assembled to pay their tribute to a worthy man and fellow The terrible storm prevailing kept many persons from the but notwithstanding the Hall was After a prayer by Rev. W. Rev. Arnold delivered an appropriate taking as his text these We all da fade as a and Life and immortality brought to light through the The sermon was full of comfort to the and at the same time impressed itself deeply upon the others who listened to it. Mr. Arnold paid a but deserved tribute to the whose career closing in the early morning of life s so rich and pure in all At the close of these the Masonic fraternity again took charge of the carrying it to the only the immediate friends as the storm was increasing in fury Arriving at the grave the usual rites of the brotherhood were the Masons bravely enduring the storm of wind and for half an Just as the body was being lowered into the the auu burst forth from the clouds which had obscured it all the and with its beams fulling gently upon the casket the ceremonies were We have no wish to give fulsome praise to our friend who has tie was known by all the people of this town and and we feel confident that never has the death of n called forth such general expressions of Mr. Clarke was au honorable a true a good and his works will live after At a special meeting of Lottie the following preamble and resolutions were unanimously adopted The Grand Master of the Universe has called from his earthly labors our beloved F. H. Clarke therefore That wo hereby express our appreciation of the sterling worth and character of our deceased both hi b man and a aud our deep sorrow at his early and untimely That in the death of Brother Lodge No. 3i'i, A. F. & A. has lost a dearly beloved ami the masonic fraternity at large a worthy Re That we deeply sympathize with his relatives and with willow in ( irreparable loss they have sustained and During the late illness of Brother brethren of Ban Lodge No. 35, A. & A. at San Cal rendered moat valuable ser vices in casing for him during his Richness aud thereto in the brotherly care taken of his and in the kindness shown to his widow and orphan That we hereby tender to said Lodge our sincere thanks for their faithful and noble services in the cnuse of humanity and That the secretary of Lodge be directed to a copy these resolutions to the widow of our deceased to Sun Diego Lodge No. 35, A. F A A. and to the Iowa Liberal and LeMars Sentinel for W. M. ihe Marsh Harvester went over to Ponca Miss Belle Burnham is teaching in the A. W Parsons Grant Admiral late of the British now on the retired has recently purchased eleven hundred acres of land from Will A. The laud lies northwest of Mrs. A. Clarke will remain in Le Mars for the W. M. Lorimer and family are occupying Deacon Blodget's C. G. who put chased the Blind property is fixing it up for Col. Frank Amos has bought the Blake on the James Stanley starts for next He has been offered a fine position on one of the railroads running out from Prof. J. M. Slillman occupies his spare moments here in composing ihe music for a DUW church Prof. got home from Elk Point He had a Harvey Parsons has been suffering from a severe bronchial affection for several George V. had a tussle with bilious fever lust J. C. is in Carroll attending Joseph S. late of Pa. but now residing in Bioux was in town on a visit to his J. M. Esq. Frank of 4 brother of Mrs. H. C. has been in town for several days Willie who went to Philadelphia some months is now in lie didn't like the far east. This is to give notice that CH. XS is oer duly accredited agent and solicitor at He is authorized to take con tract for job work and and receive About noon on Sunday James J. a well known citizen of this died after a lingering aud painful James Britt was born at and at the time of his death had just turned thirty nine While quite a boy he removed with bis family to and at the breaking out of the rebellion he 5th Ohio He was a brave serving his country On the 13th of 1863, ho was wounded in from the effects of which he was the following In 1371, Mr. Britt came to this where he has since resided fie leaves a wife and child to mourn his The funeral took place Monday and was largely In accordance with the earnest his burial was conducted by old about forty escorted body to the the muffled drums beating sad ID 11 - io as this cortege James Britt was well liked by those who knew he will long aud his early death The absence of religious services at Mr. Brill's funeral may excite but it should us the reason for that absence is Father M. eis was obliged to be in a telegram to Father at Sioux a r ply that that gentleman was likewise out of Fathers Muis and Lenalian bed been with Mr. Brill during his recent and to he expressed a complete and secure hope foi the A terrible sand blizzard raged over this portion of creation during the hours of what should have been peaceful and for a time it looked as If we all might be blown into kingdom It wasn't a hurricane or but a steady blow from 9 a. until 4 p. first from the south and gradually working around to the As it has been exceedingly dry this the dust is light and easily and the winds cavorting over the dusty roads and dry fields took up sheet after sheet of the loose earth until the air was full of the the sun being darkened by the moving mass. About noon a frightful looking cloud appeared in the thunder and lightning and the desired rain was confidently but the storms moved aud tbe blizzard continued its At sundown the wind but during * the night a heavy breeze came from tbe shak ing up the nervous but doing no more serious Northwest of town the storm was much ending with hail that played havoc ia The new process of sun printing has been ( probably for the first time in book in giving a hand some portrait of the late General J. B. Hood as a frontispiece to book on the war which was the resul of some four years The book is beautifully prepared with clear new best of fine and not unworthy of the studio of the historical atu dent or the boudoir of the fashionable The entire proceeds of the ok are devoted to Tbe Hood Orphan Memorial for the education and support of the ten little orphan babes of General nd the publisher is General G. T. P. O. New A letter from ihe Hon. Van Patten Day tbe good people of Le Mars that he is a grand old lime on the prairies of Kansas He is farming a hunting and tending the He has put up ten barrels of buffalo and could have doubled the quantity had Andrew Van Patten says there is noplace like No slanderous no other peoples young ones running over your garand breaking down your no little seven by nine newspaper hunting for in fact nothing to make lile other but prosperous and happy Andrew Van Potten is pulling on bis family duties not in tbe least impairing his The many friends of Judge Day will be glad to hear from The school board Sociable at West field Friday a big time was Our merchants will open up a new branch of business Miss Eda Jenkins has returned from a few visit to Elk Peter will probably go to the Hills with A. 0 ( e ie a short John Sophy and O. A. Hubbard arc jerking pickerel from the Sioux at a lively A bran new coach passed down yesterday for Ufe on the Dakota road between Yankton aud Sioux Tom Sedgwick and family are expected home this week from where they have been visiting tbe past few O. E. Hardy left this morning with a gang of men and the necessary equipments to complete a railroad contract which he has taken of the company in Tama Mr. K H. who started recently for ihe Black and met with a serious accident near Fort has His h was badly ia slowly and he will doubtless soon be able to use it John who has been lingering about thene diggings for some time left this morning for the southeastern part of the where he will spend the greater portion of the That Johnnie will be muchly missed cannot be His return will be anxiously awaited by oue who knows him Mike freight conductor on the Sioux City and Dakota between Yankton and Sioux met with a serious accident last He missed his footing and fell from the engine in tbe track aud before he could gather himself up be was caught by the pilot and rolled along quite a distance between it and the He was badly bruised but will probably Had he not been able to kave retained his hold on the pilot he certainly would have been All are glad to learn that he escaped us well at be our hardware has closed out his business and go to where he will give his attention to his larger establishment at that Mr. Lowe has made many friends during his business career among and it Is much regretted by all that he finds it necessary to close out his bus. iness the people of Port will unite in wishing him success in business at his old When a new crop shall have given a proper stimulus to business in this valley we apprehend that Mr. Lowe will return and become permanent future in tbe hardware line at thin Capt who baa purchased the will immediately begin fixing it Tbe carpenters will be on hand in a cay or two and from the amount of to be expended there is no question but that the captain will have the finest residence in this portion of the Sioux He has bought the Kundert which gives him access to the an important as his business will be stock There ia - SP 1880. APRIL 5TH, 1880. JAUDT & r. Fourth a n d Douglas StSe City We Inaugurate the Spring Season of 1880 by exhibiting a Grand Display of BLACK AND COLORED SILKS TRIMMINS SATINS This will be the most attractive exhibit of Goods ever in this and will be well worthy a visit of We respectfully solicit the ladies of LeMars and vicinity to visit our salesroom this This display of Silks will be exhibited on the center in our retail so as not to interfere with our regular business Prices on all Goods will be found to as a little lower than those of any other house in this April 5th, and during the entire Call and see & Fourth and Douglas Sioux abundant room for many more Just such enterprising men in this Big Sioux which for fertility of and in fact all the requisites of a stork 6< is unsurpassed beyond the Father of Waters or to the eastward of that A small capital aud a little patience combined with natural advantages and ordinary judgment are sure to yield returns that will be abundantly Our genial agent at this place informs us that John I. the railroad attempted to dead beat his way northward a few days over the Sioux City & Dakota but was checkmated by ihe notwithstanding that he observed that be owned one and one half million in the o d. He paid bis little much the amusement of the Mr. Hubbard also informs us that Mr. Blair has begun suit for the recovery of the the initial performance being service upon Judge O. 8. of the representative of the Milwaukee road in the The position which Mr Blair takes seems to be the leasing was the provisions of the and therefore illegal consequently all authority based upon that lease is illegal it is to be hoped that the road will remain under the present as it is evidently for the interests of all who have business with tht road that it For Sale or The undersigned will sell or lease his hotel property in The City hotel is a commodious in a live railroad Ootid raato fur stock in the beautiful f l c y. Wate or call upon me for yp P. The ladies are making a big fuss over & stock of n w and no Their store is full from cellar to second and the quality is fur above any brought here in the It to us that tbe stock is largo enough and varied to carry Urn firm over a but Mr. Burg tells UB that he is even now ordering new goods Trade inly must bo booming at this popular ami If so we are heartily glad of it. The proprietors are full of push and manage their business always have competent and in fact do everything to attract and keep Those of our lady readers who not yet Burg & stock of spring and summer goods should do so at ' Letter April 1880. Miss Frankio E. J. Mrs. Eliza Persons inquiring for letters please say J. M P. M. J. ast week's Sioux Valley News came to hand in an improved having changed from a six column quarto to a seven column The proprietor of the N. C. is working hard to give Lincoln county a reliable and if prosperity doesn't come to bim the people of the and especially the business men of will have to answer for neglect of Will a gentleman In U engaged on the and he is doing good work for himself and his The Is glad to speak well of the Sioux Valley of Mr v and of Mr On April James aid and Miss Helen J both of Washington were married ut the of the bride's J a cob Brown A goodly number of friends were present to wish the man and joy and re maining until a late some in fact keeping the new husband company until seven o'clock Friday About the first of June H. C John B. F. and Sheriff will take a ivi - j going by team and making the trip by easy The gentlemen will in the mountains of the Cen State about a returning during The tour is to be made for the benefit of the health of the Aid rich & are making big for the spring They have just received fifty baby carriages which must be sold The standing offer made by Mr. Aldrich years to present u perambulator to tbe first young couple announcing is creating considerable talk this and we may look tot Town The trustees of this township are getting on their and propose 10 lave alleys and ways cleaned up or make a fuss about it. By reference to a notice published elsewhere it will be seen that before the Drat day of May all alleys must bo cleaned of garbage and that after lhat date no person will be allowed to dump any garbage within tbo limits of the and all stables and pig pens must be cleaned The board evidently means to make seme show of and all good citizens will respond cheerfully to their reasonable See the notice in another and act Fish Commissioner Shaw says mat the dams now built across the Floyd and other streams in this county constructed in with the Slate Ho will be here shortly to make thorough and in every case where there has been a violation of law thero will bo prompt * Just to remind the temperance society's executive we will inform thero that the regular meeting is on May 2nd. It might be advisable to work up a little interest before tbo Miss Nellie of Sparland cime and will tench the youth of Magee's in Elgin during the spring Miss Martland is a sister of Mrs. A. W. Durley of
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