LeMars Evening Sentinel (Newspaper) - February 26, 1885, Lemars, Iowa EVENING c NO 305. TRAINS 4:06 P. M. dally except A. M. dally 4:10 M. pt 8:36 P. M. except 9:46 except 10:00 dally except P. except 7:10 A. 0., M. 4 O. 411, except m 0:15 p. m H runs between Sioux City & So. 8 n. m 9:06 m a m Train 18 runs from Sioux to talk about a woman's sphere Ab though It a not a place In or There's not a task to mankind There's not a blessing or a There's not a whispered yes or no. There's not a or or That has a 01 Without a In 8.6. of is iu the Clerk Welliver spent to-day in Sioux A company ot young folks were out sleigh riding last girl to do house work N. Eagle opposite old a LeMars at was bitten by a vicious dog le other How do you like the new half of tho bity No smell of jobbery on Henry left Wednesday tor New York to buy a spring stock etc paws for jobbers or tho as as hens Now one more effort altogether on election and municipal scandals will be of the Caras are out the marriage of A. 6. and Miss Eliza the oldest of C. G. The did materialize last and many followers liave in the false Off for the The fare to and return js a little over any who can the cash and the time will find it vory desirable The colored man with a white wife has shaken the snow of LeMars from bis and together they are seeking other pastures is going to Washington to witness his old school fellow inaugurated President of the United ' March 4th. Simon Adelsheim has purchased the millinery store of John and the latter is now ready to take his share Of the spoils of a democratic Now do not let your confidence in the sure election of the honest men nominated lead you to neglect to vote on e The larger the majority jue more emphatic the notice served on m jobbing has a model of patent ear coupling in his shop that is destined cut an Important figure in the work or making up It is the simplest coupling we ever and there is no reason why someone Should not make a fortune out of the Colorado in horses take beeswax and over a slow till quite so that the not settle and This an excellent application for The City Journal is reaping a out of announcements made by those anxious to be trustees etc. fhe number is but in LeMars were is not an announcement or a the It has become here to wait and see who W A good but not but we can take it out in The Globe crowd are trying to work another convention in the first and have spent the day looking tot a cat's They will have a from that ward for in on the people's and in we third ward a Mr. these are probably not olMs of Germans that suit the of the kve a communication r we effect that John Damy is having - from the county since the jail rendered him iUe writer says he has money coming Mm which can be bad by calling foi against any the county while he is pay Ula own It will M to the Uamy s ate actually being paid by the Black Hills have nob proved the precious that when the Indians and kept tlie pale J W but it now appears that n early the earth there will wine has been mtha coal In paying It In bonanza lots In SUBSCRIPTION HATE IN BOLLARDS PER 50 PER LE THURSDAY 26. 1885. has 300 sheep for given F. W. IS only al & Co. ol Iowa success with lit Is llm most sweep of ever made by slate in any fair either or The nas been hard on but not su haril as it hail more vain and The forage has been and spring will not have near the surplus 1 hoy We hear litt e of hug and less of disease slock of any and nothing of tlie contagious The Ohio experimental has demonstrated the fuels awaken Iowa Corn a ol vitality in midwinter eared be unlit lor seed when lime A ol corn laken from tlie was tested January 7;> kernels in every 100 A simple taken Irom tlie same erib February when only kernels in 100 were found Another samule selected April that only in every 100 would For a week past it has been admitted by common consent that W. 11. was tlie of the people for trustee in and regard to parly Tlie caucus that nominated liim last was made up oC democrats as well as .So far there is no peg to quibble but afterward the committee appointed to present list ot delegates tu tlie city convention made the blunder of all or nearly all This was not done by but entirely In the other two wards delegates were taken from It not appear any democrat ill the caucus would have voted in the city convention other than Moore anil and the result will be just the Tlie strongest republican ward a wheel horse democrat and the matter of politics did not enter into consideration any where and even if tlie committee in tho ward thought of it this was an which no others do Tlie brick machinery buildings and all belonging to the yard known as Morgan & Grayson's brick yard in For terms and lurther information apply or address & LAST FinsT Feb. 13.5,18S.5. ward caucus met pursuant to notice at court A. A. Avas chosen and M. On W. 11. Perry was unanimously elected as nominee for trustee by On F. Joseph Long and J. G. Koenig were appointed a committee to a list of eleven delegates to attend tho city Tho committee reported tlie delegates who were T. E. A. A. W. S. L. Al. C. A. Henry U. 11. G. On motion tho chair appointed tho following ward M. 0. and G. Meeting M. Called lo order by L. Dr. G. W. Foster was made chairman and T. M. On H. was nominated for trustee by Col. L. 1). Clay and N. L. Greer were appointed to names for delegates to city The following list was reported by and ado aa T. L. 1'. G. W. J. F. John E. N. Tomlinson and N. L. On N. L. F. Amos and C. H. Draper were appointed a ward central caucus then G. W. T. M. Third ward caucus met pursuant lo call at the old school house and organized by electing A. W. Durley chairman John Philip Kembe and W. Wilcox were appointed tellers by the after which an informal ballot was taken for candidate for trustees in said ward with the following Alex received thirty-seven O. Hounds received twenty-three Koehler six and eight votes were cast for various On for formal ballot the voting was confined to the two having received the greatest number of votes on tlie informal ballot with the following to Alex thirty-nine votes and 0. Hounds Alex Reichman was declared tno nominee for trustee and on motion the nomination was made On motion T. C. W. L. Trottnow wore a committee to select eleven delegates to attend the city caucus to be hold at the court house on Friday Feb. 27, 1885, and report the following J. M. F. F. W. T. 11. C. K. C. W. 11. S. A. 0. IT. W. A. W. and 0. 11. of committee adopted and committee dis rr On motion the chair appointed 0, W. Wilcox and R third ward central committee for the ensuing John A. Those who pay taxes and wiio have a pride in the name of our city without regard to political reference held each ward Wednesday put in men of unquestioned integrity who have had the ability to make an honest living and inability by the In every caucus for whatever held been a scene ot positive disgrace because of the efforts of a certain element to steal a march or bulldoze This element did not show up last night and the self respecting who have a real interest in the good met together and with the one did ilie business as becomes and public spirited The one settled purpose nad the effect to induce all to wait and see who was In the and second ward 11. Perry and E. N. Cadwell were nominated without dissenting This result would no been the same in the third ward il Mr. A. had not persistently The belief he would not consent under circumstances caused many to look about for another man and the large number of mechanics and decided to O. who is er and On the informal ballot Reichman received fourteen votes on first formal ballot the former received and tho latter thirty-eight and a motion to declare the nominee by unanimous choice was carried every vote being for the Under such circumstances the nominee cannot decline because ho is to good a citizen and will he elected by a vote that show where public confidence rests iu that Tlie vote Mr. Hounds received was not only complimentary but greatly surprising in view of the that he has not been a resident longer than two years and in the pursuit of his trade had not become as generally known as others spoken of. He has however been identified as an active worker the gang since he came here and had the confidence of his neighbors and fellow workmen who enthusiastic in his The city convention will bo held on night when tho ticket will be completed by renominating and Hoffman some one for Then it will only remain for a full vote of the people to complete the regeneration of city control and the inauguration of city officers on the basis of honesty and on out 15c. An Dielil can always he relied not only to carry in stock the best of but to secure the agency for such articles as have well-known and are popular with the thereby sustaining the reputation of being always and ever Having secured the agency for Dr. King's New Discovery for will sell it on a positive It will surely cure any every affection of the lungs and and to show our we invite you to call and get a trial bottle We have we want to place in one loan in the next ten Chapman & Dogri for Now is the time for buying a bird dog as nobody will sell their doss during the shooting season but as I am leaving LeMars I will sell cheap for cash also a twelve bore Apply box 1021. Sutter for If you want a 9 months or a two year trained for ducks and the best in the address box 783. For A resident lot in the best part of the 8. J. For Two business lots on street can be had at a great Enquire at Young's livery Sale of household at W. northwest corner of Sixth and Howard Can be seen any day between 2 and 5 o'clock until 28th of Messrs. Sturges & Co's new stock of goods having they are prepared to sell as low as the Tlie attention of the public is cordially Invited to the very large assortment of new goods including every thing in the line of groceries and provision just received by Messrs. Sturgess * The Beht Salve in the world for Salt Rheum Fever Chapped and all Skin and positively cures or no pay It is guaranteed to give perfect money 2.5 cents per Foil sale By P. ' ta n. novel word to most people who speak Uxo tha used It by it is tho first and only medicine which Las carried the as the perfect remedy for and Like two relentless tyrania Have itr held their In on Iron poor have been aa la the power of their has entered tho engaged In conflict tho imd won the Ab tho la tho ganea of old could win only by tho most of and ao boa won the not alone by giving but by bringing an aa to those who tho ot is a not only In but in its It is unlike any preparation yet acts on the and removing tho anil acid from the them out of tho Is put up consummate and nothing that can harm tho moat to suffer on and oui or do you want to be weU r WILL Cure You 9 M you get ot your we WUI send It express on receipt ot regular dollar per We prefer that you buy It from your but It ho hasn't do not be persuaded to try but order at once from ua as 112 WALL NEW THE PLYMOUTH COUNTY SAVINGS BANK r Organized undei the ot 1'iU.l Up A bank for Savings and allowed on Money to loan on real estate and with First National M. A. V. M. SUCCESSOR TO of Dress Boots Shoes and Gaiters Best of Work to promptly anil Misses L. and E. Nix have Just opened Mil rooms over tho store of Messrs. & on Main street ami have a full lino Of Goods Including Hats of every and and kept In a Millinery In Wools ihoy have Fairy Crewels and Experienced trimmers A call from the ladles of LeMars Is uU V Notice is hereby that a meeting of the qualified of school district of ix the county of state or will be lield at the office of E. Cadwell's livery stable on March 0,185 a. for tire election of two directors and the of other business as may legally come before it. P. Dated 3185 Uli I I 4i\v for oii ' That taketh not a brick scat lor though it come with the cunning horns of deceit or the ol ilm But would say lo Iho people For good Who | lie who long over the 80- counters of the I and spendeth his for and elli not Uio Innumerable caravan which lo tho 11. where the hearts of good men by all Who up III ol ind night and alter tlic doctor for ' ' notions ami youngest boy much Irom i hero the U.S. man the croup of his a deep as ho watches the Who hath Who hath in his joints till ho can scarcely navigate lor waul of heavy of his efforts to the S. iho store in 7 who this lesson and not his son or brother the S a ot or oves the into the a fool ish inau and his ot his pocket for a nickel and 11 The cold people around after warm All we ask is tor yon lo look our and not able lo make satisfactory we shall not expect you to y uny V 11 y You H. F. of | LAUX Si 0 P IT. & Keep constantly on hand a of Fresh IN 1 1 -AT- Lowest RICKARDS General undor National Bents Bills on and Against Windstorms and ONLY RELIABLE COMPANIES Loan Money on Approved GEE AT We have Bought at Foreclosure Sale the Entire 8toek of rael consisting of - Youth's Boy's & Children's BOOTS and Valises and Gent's Goods will bi Closed out at Fifty Cents on the All to be at Former mm.