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Le Grand Record (Newspaper) - March 9, 1888, Le Grand, Iowa VOL III GRAND IOWA MARCH 9 1888 NO 37 A T T You will the largest slock of in the city at it VOWKUS Nlr look of luw prices last fall and rolls before ho Tor California enables to bo hotter able ever lo satisfy customers Dr A STOCK AT A No Main HERE WE II II N Messenger Son Estate To TUU 1 Nfi I OWA You niv that on the lOlli day of at Dillim iu township thorp will In- a re- publican primary for iho purpose of to attend 11 county convention to be nl Marshall county Iowa cm ho I Till day of March lii select to hold at Dos March Pulls upon OHO lO I'd p IH II TIK went will enforce mid mudo as much as of public loss If The movement has now H and a which nothing mil It no long or pleads for a hearing It II purpose s TO Iowa and Nebraska Farms and CITY PROPERTY you ami TOU FARMS Nebraska and Properly and Nebraska Farms for Small or Largo Iowa Farms Old Court House West End Hardware House Tools I am also handling a Full Line of Wagons Buggies etc all of which I will be a lad to show to those wishing anything in my line C 116 W Main St J WK hope our readers will care fully read the Conference circular Sorry We could not quote il It strikes arf being the right thing in the right place If tint republican party will follow the lead of its and ablest men it will succeed and the third parly movement will Ix a few days through ils leaders at St the democratic parly will point with pride lo ius past history and the illustrious record of thu present administration in- both tho veto of the ent pension by the president and iho veto of his rebel order by tho of iho north and all tho other which have dered iho administration notorious 10 the 11 Dually on side of Iho home the public safety an against system and ils destructive woik This tank is being accomplished widely nnd promptly than the sanguine expected Jn nearly slate un- der republican control where hud not been or outlawed stringent laws have been in re- sponse to lite demand of tho people tho best public opinion is ho that the system is and intolerably had and must bo put out existence n To assure and signal the com- plete withdrawal of Republican parly iiy with tho saloon and to emphasise ils antagonism I hereto a National o veto to ihn of lo tin river lands The house commit let on public lands have agreed to report t ho favorably and it is almost lei pass been assuring their readers that Mr dull tit Pennsylvania would support the i a rill proposed by the ity of i he ways and means too as soon us it was placed before I he house Now when he is roady IUr Randall's intimates announce I hat he is engaged in ing a tariff of his own which ho proposes to oil or as sunn as completed The will be :umi tu have Homi followers from ho which makes il I low den oan in getting the O th THE CASH I All Kinds of Grain Bought TRANS- MILLING BUSINESS ACTED Ocean yoars ngo land was of the United Status In only oms can it bu that his administration been hit in evading all provisions of the in the most agile and every position worth holding with u democrat As a all Oi tin IK of Um publican Conference called to assemble in Now City at 11 o'clock a in and continue in t This in add reused Ho ill licans in the United who sympathise with thin movement and purpose all of other parties voters willing Lo act can organisation it shall stand for of the people against wiloon system nnd ils criminal WASHINGTON ami important of all in the general interests of the country the postal service is con- stantly in passing from a of bad to Che last is ono thai should combination A W IOWA DEALER IN DRUGS AND MEDICINES HOOKH A.NO AND A the day that U S- tho look hold of the the piece of public service in the world he never risks sending an im- portant paper by mail without pre- serving a copy knowing the danger of losing it through he postal service This is the most notable reform by the so-called reform party t a Lives for tho I ig voted upon iit gots fore that body It is Cleveland himself requested th of ibis unler to prevent his having to oithe or sign this cvt of a residential election Thu ladies to bo adopted in tin Mouse lo accomplish the defeat [his will of all soris by tho of combination Cleveland talks lo Grand army men whom he meets as though lie this hill should it puss while at tho same time he is probably chuckling to SOAPS SPONGES ETC Customers will find our stock complete comprising many articles it in impossible here lo and all sold at prices wo satisfaction O- t Cleveland Co will 10 bus to think that his friends will prevent a vote being taken on it This is all tho cowardly from the fact that few democrats in tho house with the exception of those from the South will daro to record their votes against such a measure The republicans oJ the house ever although in the minority will able to defeat tnis well laid scheme to deprive tho preservers of thu Union of their well earned pensions Senator of jaid his respects to the if convince the people witl the next eight months thril it woi bo wise to continue- them in oil another term Mow to get the and how to keep them are the quc lions which seem to animate party rather than how wisely make and administer the laws country It will soon be time turn the rascals out PIANOS Cash On Time contemplates purchasing a JUra MUSICAL INSTRUMENT write to the LARGEST MUSIC HOUSE in the WEST And obtain our PRICES and TERMS 9300 11300 to Hi 000 from 940 to 975 to from to per until for OLD PIANOS AND ORGANS TAKEN IN EXCHANGE FOR BEHR BROS and GABLER PIANOS BRASS BAND INSTRUMENTS VIOLINS ACCORDEONS SHEET MUSIC BOOKS EVERYTHING MUSIC LINE 148 and ISO Eut Si PauL 509 and 511 A Second National H Less than eighteen at he movement with the republican party was at the National Conference hold Chicago Sept Kith Th conference was a gathering and cans who believed thai in of Goil i he had i for the IMC unitedly its next great duty anil tr enter upon its battle and victory They bored its heroics origin for many o stood by its cradle The were proud of its line of and that that lino could he and ought to be kept unbroken They knew that a political called together and kept together by moral ideas must move ever for- ward or cease lo exist K The ground of republicans asked to take on the liquor question is J The saloon is the enemy of society and ought to be suppressed 2 the people of state and ought to the whenever desired of deciding when and how this shall bo y until the ought crippled by and which public hill passed Von by the house course il is doomed lo defeat in senate should it thai body Sherman from I he con in ill m on foreign relations has n ported lo iho somite iho ion mem the acls relating to Chinese emigra lion lie proposes as KOOII as prat lo call it up for action in tin The provides list tin word n Chinese laborer and Chi nose shall be held to in clinic ami to mean any person of tlu Chinese race without regard to government lo which the may owe or lo iho port place from which they come Other of iho relate to tho return of Chinese ers who have this country and to issuance of to those leaving request of Homo Market Club of Mr Long of has introduced in the house a which readjusts the sugar duty and gives a bounty for tho duction of American beet and maple sugar reduces on tobacco 00 and removes iho tax from distilled spirits withdrawn from bonded use in Iho arts M AT J TO WN IA ALL KINDS OF COUNTRY PRODUCE White Flint IX nail service on Tuesday Ho Lho of the the last years as a u conspicuous failure any i ilu nt lias to an of dependent pension ii apply also those lio in the war Mexico r for thirty days in any of the ndian wars 11 scums that the sudden change mind came over certain embers of the democratic e in regard to pleasing Cleveland us the time of hold ing the nominating cost a goodly sum of hard sli iii addition to an almost of Ih Johnson's not It fs tho of a wit of ovo 1 punning is the evolved system nf joking Um la out nf am Unit is DHL of wit has of It a surgical a joko tho of a1 lit spoke The Scotch a great appreciation ol jocosities dis- iho humorous although no a scorn of simple as on It is form a of ii Scotch I mva hoard an of mako a Jim f is of Lhc I thai thu analysis of u simple way of process of normal nnd ab- normal This L think J can easily show Vision is in a it is slightly ili for arc images although sooms to b ono as wu i To torn wo can say that mentation is sture a though of tun speak of il lis sing of etc Ju as is visual sso i it is eon called I come back o punning U all have lioa ing thu answer to a riddle which dc ponds on a ia a not ii littlo shu is a horse Th wo have in slightly morbid mental state thus in IK from flic olu of -n montal rousos in us Lhu of a littlo girl who has am tho word rousos in us tho idea of a Shelf and Heavy Hardware Groceries Pumps S Wagon Stock Always on Hand Tin Roofing and Spouting a Lowest Prices Everything in Our Line Sold at BOTTOM OF LeGrand Meat Market sit tho same time We havu of bianco Lliu sense of vast Hure is I submit a of thu normal of till tkm w Science Monthly 10 od number of promises of Humor says that tlie amount was over and that it all furnished by Mr L Scott millionaire congressman from and confidential friend Cleveland The Oklahoma territory now before the is being antagonized by the friends oi a sub- provides for is a boy in 7 years of who can blow by ear any Lin horn in 1 u market Mr Albert von a of this country lias little 10 years of the hose on the piano notes with the Indians of part Tbe po A baby in Augusta Ale erics every time alio hears Sweet Violets Sueli critical is wonderful at this ago boy by name a lad of 5 can play one of Chopin's so Limb Lho musical enthusiast can not toll it from the March It is of Wagner two lie three acts of fried in an evening A member of the class at Vassar College the Battle of from to end 17 n half hour last beats the record by seven Fine Stock of Fresh and HIGHEST CASH PRICE Cured Meats FOR CATTLE HOGS AND TALLOW WAGON MAKER Carriages and Wagons Made Repaired and Painted General Job Work Done cm Farm Machinery ruid Blacksmithing LEGEAND O EC Is at it again this fall selling more goods for less money than ever new clothing for M E N B 0 Y S A N D C H I L D R E N Makes an extraordinary this early in the season before the slow ones get wakened up You can Buy the Clothing You Will Want Right here of me I waut your trade and the prices I can afford to make will Kettle the tibu see the goods See O II HOLE The Clothier and Furnisher X IOWA
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