Le Mars Daily Liberal (Newspaper) - July 28, 1881, Lemars, Iowa THE DAILY 18 PUBLISHED AFTERNOON EXCEPT SUNDAY Second Story Flint's Delivered by carrier or by 10 cents per 40 cents per Advertising Kates mode known on application A at the WEEKLY I S AT $ 2.00 PER YEAR I. KIDY & the largest paper in northwest Iowa at Woodard's morrow C. E. Robinson was in town Social T To thresh Flax get the Minnesota Chief Mrs. S. S. Williams has gone to Storm Lake on a T. L. Bowman sold a section of land to a Belle Plaine party last Buck and Deacon will at the social morrow Ye Eugene Dunbar is building a fine 20x26, on Court of Tiie proceeds of the social morrow evening go to the LeMars a worthy The new council chamber will be supplied with convenient etc. Over one hundred commercial messages are received and sent daily at the little union The band boys were erecting a music stand on Mayor Woodard's grounds last The Minnesota Chief is the thresher for wheat and Call and see it at C. P. After Sunday next your dog must be collared and named and else the Marshall will get it. Notwithstanding this is the dull railroad travel keeps up and the hotels are crowded By the Old why are you anxious that the Republi can county convention should be called early this The under editorship of Bell is almost as thin as Charley Harmon's County Mrs. F. E. Olmstead and who have been visiting T. L. Bowman's family for several left on this morning's train for the Old the and O. the intellectual are now discharging their ladies through the same Dr. Mosher the leaves for Sioux City this During his week's stay here the Doctor has treated and benefited several obstinate eases of Harry Phelps is again in the this time to lay out town lots on the common north of the Methodist - There are several fine building locations in that part of ANXIOUS the dog law which goes into effect on next will not necessarily take in old of the Neither will it be necessary to put a collar upon ae the odor makes him even to Charlie Brandon met with considerable encouragement in his canvass pf the town He informs us that he very move his print shop to this and give the Republicans of the county a honest that can be relied upon as not - The from the Sioux Herald evidently means A liberal reward will be paid for an The brother of the firm of Burg & of is at work put ting in a brick foundation to the Catholic church at Mr. Hentges will also plaster the Last in the we the family of Michael who had removed to Oregon about fifteen months returned to from which locality t W l l n o t depart BO help Oregon is a good state to write a good state for sea but crops cannot be raised nor can people ' eat contented within its wly but surely those whQ have for the Western ore re- Kit's a question of time Vol. 1. No. 168. July 28, 1881. Five M M Important Everybody is invited to come and listen to the following programme at the Band benefit morrow on Mr. Woodard's instrument violin and Mr. and Mrs. F. A. vocal Der By Here Hous Miss Sarah violin and piano J. Mr. and Mrs. F. A. J. M- B. Dr. A. M. Mrs. Mrs. Mrs. Mrs. T. M. ice cake and other delicacies will be served to those who wish to give a substantial proof of their interest in an institution which does our town much MANAGERS OF SIOUX CITY Our sister Sioux the Journal s. booming perfectly and we are inclined to believe it. Albert Watkins and Billy the kid are to start an evening paper there as soon as he material and now comes Charlie the irrepressible founder of one hundred and nineteen papers in different parts of the and will begin the publication of an evening What these two evening papers will have to live the deponent sayeth The Journal fills all the want for a daily paper that Sioux City ever it is really a creditable paper giving all the local and telegraphic and it cannot be disturbed by new The people ox Sioux City should stick right by the Journal and give these the discouragement they Judge of would like to be the prohibition candidate for representative from this If nominated and elected of course be compelled ed in to support the prohibition And this would remind us forcibly of a little A good preacher was in the habit of taking a little wine for his sake and other but he was nevertheless in the pulpit a bitter opponent of Some of his parishioners took him to task for this seeming and unfortunately they him when he was about three sheets in the The worthy pr eacher listened attentively until the committee had rising to his fullest he Damn brothers do as I tell not as And so it would be with Do you dear SUDDEN DEATH A great majority of our readers know Capt. John of and the news of his sudden death will be heard with great Yesterday morning Kennedy arose at the usual and was attending the ordinary morning's when he was suddenly taken with hemorrhage at the the bleeding keeping up until late in the afternoon when the unfortunate man Capt. Kennedy has long been a resident of Portlandville and identified with the town's business interests At the time of his death ho was keeping the City Capt. Kennedy was aged about fifty he leaves a wife and up S. The summer is harvest has yet old Limburger stinks as of A stranger gazing upon the as it moves along the contaminating everything with which it comes in would im agine that LeMars had been suffering from a drouth this The Mayo r has suggested that the weeds on the streets and alleys be cut down and now the Mayor continue the well begun work by appointing a com ( to douse old Limburger in the I first taking the precaution to have all the doors and windows in the city closed A New York July 27. A tornado swept the north and east of this city A train on the Hoosac Tunnel & Western railway was thrown from the track at Hoosac falls by a Barns and other buildings were destroyed by At West Victor Saratoga and and a number of horses and cows were burned to John and Griffith Hughes were seriously injured by falling rocks in the State quarry at West Trees were uprooted and buildings blown down in the path of the Crops were severely The rain fall was DASTARDLY Charlie the has reason to curse his and should he over discover the author of the outrage committed upon there will be a sudden and awful death in this The facts as gleaned by a Liberal reporter Charlio purchased a fine suit of clothes at in which ho purposed getting The clothes were taken to the hotel where Johnson has long been and were then safely put Wednesday morning when the owner essayed to don his new it was some vile wretch had stolen every and the wedding ceremony was necessarily Yes another suit was and the consummation so devoutly to bo will be reached some time This is Charlie's first experience at and the experience has been serious enough to frighten off a less bashful But if the villain who stole the clothes is ever woe unto REV. H. W. The people of LeMars who listened to Rev. Jones for two and who Were anxious to have him here a third will not bo surprised to learn that tho re cent conference of his church at Fort resolutions were pass asking the Bishop to re - appoint Mr. Jones to that ami express ing tho church's appreciation of and and gratitude for the good work accomplished by that gentleman since his going among Rev. Jones is a conscientious and while regretting that he has loft LeMars probably for all we cannot but experience pleasure at the success he is meeting with in his new Rev. Jones has a host of warm friends among church people and tho outsiders here in Local No. 2, The corrected up to o'clock are given They can be relied upon as Hogs Cattle Wheat Corn Rye Oats Barley Flax Butter Eggs $ 5.50 $ 3.50 5.00 95 20 25 tiO 70 25 40 GO 90 1- 00 10 11 11 80 After Buren R. Sherman was nomi for Secretary of State Hull approached and offered his hand to congratulate hirn upon his but Mr. Sherman refused to speak to Mr. A man of such temper is unfit lor public Tho Secretary of State is a member of the Executive must sit with the Governor in levying taxes and the discharge ol other Hull will remain Secretary of State far into the next gubernatorial Is it a wise thing for the public interests to elect a Governor who publicly insults tho Secretary of B U S I N E S S L O C A L S N. BS i cal n t i c c are til t h e ot F i v e C e n t s I ' o r i i i io for i n s e r t i o n. FOWN loans negotiated at lowest I. S. STRUBLE Homo time last night a fat J weighing about 250 broke out of the A reward of two dollars will bo paid for the return of the animal to west of 164a2 fOB A Mix - year old & THE DAILY LIBERAL BOOK AND JOB BOOMS Tho Liberal Job Office has recently been re- stocked with types and and 1 B now able to turn out work In the most approved at prices with city We ask a trial and feel confident that we can satisfy the With new material and export workmen we do not fear P. Specimens shown and estimates made Give us a LEIDY & The City Jewelry Store W I L L H. M Y S T O C K OF Kiss ui Optical - Ts the Largest in the Northwest and embraces the very Latest and Newest Designs in the direct from the Manufacturers and I make a Specialty of Fine Goods for l a i n Special Prices and Estimates for Hotel Etc. Correspondence solicited from parties at a distance to which prompt attention wiU be WILL H. logy The Sioux Iowa of I have a complete set of Abstract and can furnish Abstracts of Title promptly at 107tf I. S. For carpet bird door clothes dress patent churns and all kinds of household at the lowest apply to China 53 4th Sioux Mail orders carefully 121tf Improved Farms Persons wanting to sell improved farms are requested to leave description and full particulars at office of CLOSE BROS. & LeMars Iowa OR The commodious residence property in Foster's known as the Will Young It will bo sold at a 50d6 W. H 1 7 OR nets and leather call on Frank Re sign of tho Big BAND Our readers will bear in mind that morrow evening is tho and Mayor Woodard's grounds the where the young ladies of the city hold a social for tho benefit of the LeMars The programme arranged for the entertainment ot those who attend will be faithfully carried and a good time will be Refreshments will be provided for the and recitations and the like for those more spiritually The young ladies hope to a goodly sum at the and they ought to do as the Baud is deserving of When you hear the Band play morrow don your good duds and repair to Mayor Woodard's there promises to be Here is a fine chance for a lady to secure a elegant gold The publishers of this paper will give to the person securing twenty subscribers to the Weekly a lady's solid gold watch warranted good Tho watch can be seen at this office and the offer holds good until December 31, 1881. the cash must accompany every bnt subscriptions will be taken for six months are counted as such toward tho required If their should be some person in town who would prefer working for the Daily we will give a solid gold watch for eight Here's an excellent don't miss it. Runaways are getting too numerous to things worth O that keeps Des Fort Dodge and Cumberland that he has plenty of Unit the best brand of at bottom is always in and that lie won't be undersold on if grades and prompt delivery are taken into But he will not cut the bottom out on a and then charge it all buck on tho 15frtf f THOROUGHBRED The Celebrated Bay Horse by ( by Stockwell out of General Peel's out of ( by Garland by just from England has arrived at Le Mars and will made the rest of the season at Close's as tho season i. s so far advanced the terms for this season are $ 25, W. B. 14848ml OR Two good business ' oi 158tf lots for Enquire of C FOR * u i STOCK I ABM COUNTY 480 acres in Section 9, Township 92, Range 46, Smiles west of 160 acres good plow the balance all meadow with a good stream of water running through it. Price $ 11 per Apply to JOHN Dealer in FRANK MILLER & CO. Groceries and F L O U B Sells goods cheaper than any other and you forget it. All goods delivered free of atf GEORGE E. E S T A T Loan and Insurance Agent for Northwestern bought and sold on Aj bus. IICM attended The business men ot lal Farm for J n r ACRES CHOICE U y four miles southeast of Le all under Good cattle and good Apply to or address the undersigned A. D. f LADIES m CHILDREN'S WEAR A SPECIALTY 1 7 * 011 A good set of rooms - suitable for in Kluckhohn & new 151tf c 1ATTLE FOR After date I will offer at private sale sixtyfour fat four and Jive years old next Enquire of or address the undersigned at 146tf A. D. J Notice is hereby given that pro for the finishing of the of the Public Scool building in the Independent School District of LeMars in the county of Will be received by the undersigned at his office in LeMars where plans and specifications may be seen until 1 o'clock p. m. Aug. 8th 1881, at which time the contract will will be awarded to the lowest tho Board however reserving the right to reject any or all F. E. LeMars July 8th 1881. Secy. 10 cent cigar for 5 at 45tf A fine line of goods on hand at all The only exclusive boot and shoe house in the wear made to order on short notice by skilled 147tf N. B. J O E N Y O O J N House and Sign Painter LE Particular attention paid to and Can be found at the Duncan 138 L E M A R S M COURT ( SOUTH OF ILLINOIS CK. L This new and conveniently arranged hotel is now open to the A share of the public 49w2 age is 157m2 Carriage f ANYONE WISHING TO PURCHASE A Top or Open Dexter or bar or Anything in the buggy can't do better than purchase the standard work I Every job warranted for one Don't fail to call and see us before purchasing E. S. R. 128m6 SHIRLEY L A U N D R Y H. A. W. COR Washing done of all kinds at 75c per dozen ( large and by firstclass English Gent's collars and shirts got up equal to laces and dresses will receive special The wagon will call and collect washing every beginning July 2, and return same free of All clothes should be marked and placed in basket or bag with a Mail all orders to above 133tf The steam bakery bread received daily at C. J. is tho ever sold in Monitor oil stove at China 5B 4th Sioux Send for 12ltf Large stock of priced carriages at China 53 4th Sioux 121tf Everybody to know that Pew & LaRue have tho best line of Cook Stoves in 68tf J. M. D. E D D. D S PHYSICIAN AND and SURGEON Can be consulted at all hours day or Gold fillings a Office over Kluckhohn & 103tf Comer Main and 7th L E Streng & Props. class We respectfully ask a share of the public 134tf C r P 7 W o O ml Agent for AGRICULTURAL Oldest machine depot iu tho Wis solicit uo uf our goods aud of jmci - D other Corner and Eagle H. - - Free omnibus to and from all Table supplied with all the market affords I rooms ia connection with the lit C H A S B E A U C A I R BARBER SROP UNDER DENT'S ( Sixth This gentleman is now prepared to attend to the wants of customers in a workmanlike guaranteeing Open on Sunday till 12 Give him a 62 House of L o r d s THE BEST BILLIARD Bar and Refreshment Saloon in the Nothing but the choicest imported and best domestic goods SIXTH - - Luc IOWA V.