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La Porte City Review (Newspaper) - October 8, 1885, La Porte City, Iowa Best Selected of Stores at T ROUTE II AT I WAV Tirai lablc In ari Nu No 3 a Ul NO 0 f a 111 Hi m fal M So W iy So 11 m 14 ji tn i will run No 4 will LiMi All So 14 only h O p.m from S n m to 9 p ra from in to in 1 p in in H Sunday morning ilic o'clock mid A I'm m lulling evening ul 7 p.m I 11 o'clock -Si i Mi INJ morning ul In o'clock ut 11 SIM i ICIM T A K t M oil M1 cm lull JOHN A r i SI I ill on nnd Ilin I I In curl VAN It c M M W 1 W IV U Illil U John W F DAVID M D nnd i on jnic on P S Cily WM IGOU fur ilie n Mm it ROLPH and General o All B new CITY IOWA CATO In fit torn ey at Law i of Money lo AH Oilier 8 P L HAYZLETT und Alu 01 mid E M iit cili J R fERRY mi I vi in mil In n Kfi v ran ni mis by down Bros If o v N be lor Ic m MARKET REPORT llaga I 75 Hj c JOSAI m 73 z o O J m DO X H m m r r o CAPT HULL NIGHT Friday October 2nd Let all the people turn out and Lear the LIVE ISSUES of lho present discussed Irom a political in a fair and honorable manner Meeting commences Hi 8 o'clock a CAUGHT ON THE FLY Hull al Opera Hull to-morrow night n T aa olfl IB in Hie rlty Fine carpet nt Wagoner's 73 conta a yard new nnd fresh in style nt Mrs A son wna bnrn lo BDd Mrs of Spring Creek on Monday Ihc Inst Henry has been from Claire Wisconsin lo on of Rt this place Special for every lindy at Mra millinery and lora one door enal of the Wilson Rouse Mra W a Abbott Jr is her at DCS If we have been Informed Iho dare ol her return lias not been determined Will laal night where he intends 10 lund Will IB a young mun n hard worlter and deserves success Lei every mnn woman and child lurn ddt nnd Captain Hull republican for Governor talk Opera Mr E K has been in town Ihc While here he laid a new side walk in Iront of hia bouse nnd olhc-rwiao Improved lho ing Mrs Murphy in charge nt Mra millinery ia well with nil tho millinery houses and is able lo give you the improved designs Mr L Fox of Ihc bos a flro escape to the numerous In and about that place the pasi week Belli and Wm Perry will have public sale at tho residence ol liol on Tuesday 13th It will be Ft very ealo and who attend will haye n lo pet bargains line of robber goods ia lowu al Wagoner's La Porto Cily on day one alcove button four colored aelta When lost was in cuff Finder will please leave same ivt tho office and receive a reward A GOOD WANTED per month will be for a good male In Spring creek to 1st and conli DUc our None but n pood apply STEPHENS We understand there was quite n rivalry on our laal Sunday be- iho Their names were legion and hunted up the lardy subscribers in good II cull for iho observer to loll nt one time who the hunted and who Ibe John Marquis Blurted last Tuesday lor his old home In Ohio and in- lo be gone several weeks John is his business affairs under of and we shall lilin like many of our retired farm era to take the world a The Sioux CHy Times has the following bit gossip out to Ln Lnn and with Sioux Cily audience hav severed their connection wilh HO Comedy Company Buchanan's hand eome wife is Ihc cnuse of quarrel be Mr Buchanan and bis two The Ml Auburn boys dime up last Sal to play a gome of ball wilh ou boys nnd a real enjoyable sport en In for a couple of It W real pleasant game and good wu all Al close Hie Inning on and Ih boys were compelled lo quit wilh Ihc L Porto nine 5 scores abend The at IL Evangelical church last Sunday and Bavo universal sal Tho school hod been but n few and the slan dard which their reach denotes a wide in th school They intend lo give one of lUes close of each Icr will buy a pair ol boots at Wagon which cannot be equalled In town We learn lhat Rev Maynard's lillle hild is seriously ill Hiss Clara is unending Coe Cedar Several of people will grand ball al Cedar ibis evening In a few more we will have sample corn Lo keep pig Inter Mrs J H Goodrich of Indianola raska la visiting bcr sisier lira K II The best and cure for hog For sale at I Corner rug Store Cato Bella is In DCS attending to connected with the democratic ale committee John has sick nee last Friday but re more favorably at this girh to am millinery Rt tbo millinery parlor oc door east of Wilson Honee Tbe ditch along tUc whole siOe ay's building IB being paved ID solidly rock A splendid Tailoring and culling and for a specially By Mrs over Mrs millinery arlor Ida Winter of St Louis baa bcon in this cily tbe paat weeX with ic family of John and By reference to the Grand Rapids al wo leura it at U T will epl a position with a St Paul firm for he winter Mr and Mra W T ore roud in tbe possession of a bright little oy which made its appearance at ome lasl Friday Dr S A Oren was up to Ibe fair last cek and captured first money In the armors rolling race Doc is quite a iort iu a while The weather this week baa not been of he moat encouraging order until this morning when it has cleared up and the un is shining brightly We have mndo with the of BO lhat we cnn Hut paper and the REVIEW for This offer la made to new It is a matter of considerable interest ho way in some people follow the of tying their by a lone rope o the fences in ihc public thoroughfare t should be stopped Johnnie returned this week a slay in He as many young to this county arc clad to see him return and hope c will remain with us John N McQuilkin will Lavo a public ale at hia residence up the creek on uy Oct Olh John Is soiling off Ilia arming implements stock tory to to town to learn the art of at home A f to learn to do your own dressmaking 3 the most artistic style at Mrs millinery parlor Our local campaign of both ice arc robbing down for some great among the Datives in ihc vicinity ol ur school housos this fall iii a wack or two There will bo some good music In con- with the speech to-morrow ng good campaign songs have eon arranged and an enjoyable lime is Tho ladies are especially Rudolph Schullz nnd Nick Anton cd on a land exploring trip o the part of Iowa and Rev W A paid his many in this city a short visit ibb week Frank is offering some bargains i n town lots as be expects to baye all sold out in a couple of weeks Sale work booming at the REVIEW office paper is a lute the last two weeks on account of It A pretty good joke Is told on some erary fellows from this plase who ded speech nt Waterloo last day evening Bea Brown will have a public Bale at his residence miles southeast of La Porte Wednesday October It will be worth attending One bus is now doing all the business at this place Walker baying cured control of Ibe entire line They carry passengers for both hole's Henry Marshall purchased Dr Darling's fine residence on Locust street and will soon remove to thie cily where lie cnn secure better school advantages T has moved his ral Implement building to the foundation recently erected in Lia yard and will fit It up fore residence It will Improve the looks ot lhat street greally A D Thurston's father and mother re turned to his home in New York day after a pleasant two weeks visit in ibis place We have promised to keep Ibis western country slraight until Jlr Thurston's return By a letter from Nebraska we learn Hatch son of our townsman has been engaged to teach town school at city This In connection with Ills position CE county clerk ought to him quite employment and we are glad lo learn of his success The October number of Demorest's monthly magazine is as usual very en- and instructive As a family magazine it 18 worthy of honorable lion Tho present number is with readable articles among which are Three Days at The Poet and Rambles About All the ar- ticles devoted lo and adornment of homo ere very suggestive and the ries poems aud various departments nish agreeable and instructive reading There are same Bud the frontispiece is a fine sUel engraving This number completes Vol XXI Notes About the Fair The weather was immense nnd the gest display of stock works of art acd farm productions ever hud nt a La Porte City fair Among Mr Goodwin's display of hoes noticed several which have a state They are registered hogs and are as good as cat tie found In Iowa The fine floral display of Mrs A L F Young was one of the we eyer saw The creat larce pyramid and the arch each five Ictl high were very fine and de- noted an immense amount ot work Mrs Young is great on handling flowers J Wallace one or our enterprising jroung farmers had a good display of jeraey swine Tho fair was conspicuous for the few accidents that happened the exhibition Stockmen tell us there was no sale for fine stock Ibis year Farmers seemed to be shorl of money The refreshment stands were very ly patronized this year nnd games of chance stood no show at all The Judges contained a fine looking corps of men Ibis gave very general satisfaction in all their ings The exhibition of cattle developed the fact that we have some very extensive stock raisers In this vicinity Every stall The Fair The exhibition of the Union ral and Stock Association last week was very successful in tbe way ol the attendance was very good although not so large aa exhibit deserved Those who bad lUe enterprise to make displays are deserving of much credit for the Passing through the floral hall which was under charge of Dr and Mre Reed we found Uae e Mrs Van Schoick siik two pillow and sheet shams Tho lady is over 70 years old Mary Boynton Minnie Mrs W D Wagoner paintings Henry Ludlow Jewelry case boat and cose of tooth Dr row Downed at Last The young man Bert our city a few weeks ago as haYlo ont to be a flm class h captured by one of Matt southwestern Dakota Tho boye some of purchasing farms before re- C F of while on his return from the Iowa Oily reunion last week stopped off at thia place a few days with his parents awl brothers Mr Bally a one of La old residents aud has many friends here who were glad lo sec him Madam Rumor says that 8 wife and two children of California were registered at the hotel in Cedar Rapids Tuesday night They have not made their appearance here yet and we 11 lor granted arc visiting friends somewhere else It's a case ol anything lo bo In We wish say all our delinquent subscribers who have wood or sale can a ready sale tor it at this office We need wood now and would be pleased lo you bring us some as as con- venient Wood la Just as good as the cash if you bring It now Captain Adams baa picked his peaches again this year and has a basket me 43 pieces of tbo choice The tree 19 now six yeara eld and in a ishing condition Last year it bore 10 ripe pooches and this year gained more than half Tbe Captain Is proud of bis tree and thinks he can produce the best Blauk Hawk county poaches Through tho papers we learn of tho marriage of Mr Herman formerly a dry this city to a Miss Julia Meyers of Independence Tho wedding Is as a very brilliant affair and the brioe IB said to bo a handsome charming little lady quite popular mere singer and haying a large circle of warm friends among Iho young people Tuo joins In wishing E long lile of joy and happiness Mrs wax cross Mrs Frank Hummel and boy's dress Mrs Yaung buffalo horn H B clothing J WassoD display Spring Creek creamery bailer and Cheese Mrs Shovo hearth rug J M Bailey honey M L Newton syrup nod sugar T i and wife photos and hand knit lace Mary Trost cushion Mary cushion and silk crazy Wna Rolph portraits nnd Mrs Kreba bouquets and carpet R C1 Heath Barberry bush Mies Ash silk crazy quill Mrs Wm carpet Mr and Mm W Wagoner dry goods notions rugs Mrs Reed old style needle work over 80 years old made by Mrs Reed's mother when 11 years of age Mrs B E placque J S 3 sloves furniture Trost harness blankets J L Bahr four stoves and Berlin ware Mrs D B Fox quilte Mrs John Connell chain pillow And last but not least comes Mrs A L F Young wilh her display of flowers consisting of a case of cut flowers roand cross anchor wreath slipper flowers bead baskel filled wilh flowers pair flat pansy fan ol paper flowers with dove 14 varieties of basket of cut flowers display of cross of shells wilh mirror pyramid wilh over 5 leet high and large arch unnamed flowers besides knit work rose coverlet and bend spreads Going then around to the exhibition hall we found a good display ol farm Fry rock chickens C E Benson turkeys and rock chickens J R black javas S black javas Bruce Kline bantams C golden pheasants Jas F Camp beets potatoes com and squashes S W flat dutch cabbage and calico corn Mrs Krebs cabbage aud tomatoes F Van Schoick radishes and squashes Jas Sherman pumpkins turnips beets rye flax and oats Andrew Clark peacocks W G Goodwin registered poland china hogs and shoals J Wallace duroc jersey swine and a span of coils James Sherman jersey rod begs C F Robe Duroc and Poland china shoats James poland china shoats C E Benson Lincolnshire sheep al North Platte Nebraska The particulars of his work Irom the Chicago Tribune About three years ago it is married a woman Kiehl at n left her and one child and ver Colorado where he i of another woman afler Bulling om business m Denver came to Chicas Wilkinson who it is said t the bottom round of the social induced her to enter a honse ol ill 1 where she ia now leading a J His next job was of tor L L May Co of St Paul b Bald he forged orders against several hundreds dollars anil al when the law wanted him ing lor at and avenue move He was so crooked ne when the firm discovered search was for tor a few days seemed hopeless fellow Indiana where he affiliated himself pood looking widow named Tonne and by pretending lint hi her and would her as BOOH established himself in liven bi in Nebraska he wheedled her Republican Supervisors A delegate convention for Sni Ho 5 will be held in a Porte Cily on Friday o'clock for the purpose of D a candidate lor said district Bad the tr ther business ol B follows Cedar Township 3 deli Ig Creek Township G reck Township 3 By order ot district central conm a Sept 21st Cbi Report for Scho Ending September 21 at Independent ol L n account with D S Dr row from Counly 5 overdrawn on the ground was full and the quality catlle und Norman was immense Judges could not be found who would say which of the oil were the finest so It seems lhat all musl have been excellent A Warning lo the Boys Some yourie or buys have been for eome lime post making n practice ol shooting on Sunday In or near city limits which to say the least is very un- becoming of men as well as lul They are known nnd if again re- ponied will be dealt with according to law Their names hays been ed In order to save the of friends in hopes lhat they will not again repeal crime and Everybody buys Berlin Earthen Ware of J L Bahr Lumber Lumber Look to your and consult John before purchasing your ber He has a complete slock all in and hia prices arc most reasonable lie also has some Bur oak posts he will sell nt reasonable prices Cull at yard at the depot This axe is made and ted by the NEW AND AXE CO Sold by J S Orton Van Cotswold and Lincolnshire sheep James F Camp Shropshire L B Slanton grade John short horn and grade catlle Mr a herd of 55 shorthorn catlle Jns F Camp cattle 11 C Heath calile James Short horo cattle G H Burr C F horn caltle John Howrey Durham bull J A Norman J A Smalley homes and colls Kit Norman stallion Mem Clark Clydesdale and Norman Uco DePew stallion John Cotton pair or mules and mar colt P L double learn J B Edwards French stallion Ed colls M stallion R H Chapel yearling colt W T McQullkin double Mall Flaherty maro and colls H C Thrall double learn F R O Sheldon farm wire S W Col via farm RICK feed Builders and Contractors Scaled proposals will bo received by In school board of township counly Iowa up to 1 o'clock p urdy the day of 1835 fo material und building a house in Sub District Mo 1 according to plan and which may be seen at Young's lae Sub The board reserve right to reject any or By order of the school board Q GOODWIN Secretary Dr on hand Sept 191 from CT y orders paid to dote y on band 6 J K7 Cr y orders paid lo dale Dr SCHOOL roiD co d from County Treasurer 8 Cr y balance OD bund AL otal H FuuJ I from Teach's Irom Ash in Treasury Respectfully submitted B I Toe report next w FOK SALE OP 1 wish to Mil or rent my 8 and 5 in Creek to c sold for low on cd for cuah rent Enquire orE Warranted A sure cure for i hose desiring lo have or desiring Ibe can have it by calling Harmon mile ol Port own who will give lull No Cure no Pay Lumber Look to your interests nod belore jer He lias a complete class condition and bis moat reasonable He also I oak posts which he will sell I prices Call al the jard Notice of Incorporal There hia licen I lne er Hawk County Tuwa i corporation of the Union Stole Dan Cily lowi the principal be at U City The object of said w banking The capital ol said Corporation li lo PC piW business under which capital a as the board of directors I wilh power of Ihc crease tbo some lo one lars by a vote SalA commenced of Sept nnd The affairs of the corpora lion by n boirU of seven or mote bo oo the second years Tho board shu number a president and rice cd will annual meeting G V V Vun G W F- Henry Dims The corporation Ihan I ucl mid property o exempt from holders A VAS sold October before Sep 21st Win OcU 5th 7th
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