LeMars Evening Sentinel (Newspaper) - October 16, 1885, Lemars, Iowa THE EVENING SUBSCRIPTION HATE IN ADVA DOLLARS PER VOL. 5 180 Railroad Time Table 1 HI DAY OCTOBER 16. 1885. ILLINOIS going - P. M. daily except 8:'.K) A. M. dally except 5:00 A. except 5:00 1'. M. except h 8:45 r. M. except - 10:00 dally except FIVE - 2: vj train will not carry 1 t uly o of livo THE CITY Fresh oysters at CRUSHED TO Uim mid K Is i Inn & u. K. with the 111. nt Turn J tlon mid for Grand mid Trains Turn for tho north nt and for tho Bouth at 8;00 u. m. ' Sundays 1' 81. M. & O. A UO LEAVE L EM A US Ko 1 a. m Noi except Lino 0;43 P. M. except Sunday LEAVE No. if a. m No. 4,pnss., 9m a ih Lino 6:35 A. M. Monday era hi ' your Kjr October 21st. Carter and on tho the Fry ci Call Wednesday went n Library ly ryed seats for Wednesday fifty at Diehl's drug store A new street crossing was put down to-day in front of the Eastern Under please at Steiner's Yon can buy twenty pounds of beef for SI at PO Absolutely This never A pur and Moro than tho ordinary lit bo old In competition with the multitude of low short or old only In 11-1-U-wly 160 n. Y After an unusual amount of anxiety we have been assured by the action ot the people that we will get our full share of the fall and why not? our stock is the our assortment the best and our prices arc the Dow's U. S. Clothing PUBLIC EXAMINATION of for will bo hold only on the Ins and Saturday of ouch at Lo J. moot every after 3 o'clock at tho M. C. A. open to all mid Invited to bo present nt all Y A new and elegant bus now conveys passengers to and from the Richards Members of the Library association are requested to secure reserved seats To have well cooked meals and table buy your stoves of Spring For heating and buy the JI has jio of Spring Bros. 1 T. E. Hills and S. S. of were in tho city guests of the Revere h A few boarders can lind accommodations at Mrs. J. Clifton's on south of the political caucuses are now the order 6/ the and small groups of politicians may be seen on every having guns or other property vat Paterson's for repairs should call for them at as he is going For bargains in dry goods go to A. the balance of their s being closed out way below and Mrs. from are the guests of Mr. and Mrs. A. C. at the Jos. of this has an revenue signed by A. a position which lie bald during the Candidates for regardless of can secure reserved seats at for the Fry concert by applying early on Tho county Sunday school association will meet to-morrow in tho V. M. O. A. Delegates are expected from various portions of tho A children's meeting will bo had at Last night about one o'clock tho switch engine as is the for the tank one mile of the depot on the for the purpose of taking On approaching what is known as the half a mile north ot the C. D. saw a dark lying on the track which the lie at once reversed the engine but it was too and passed beneath the rapidly revolving The engine was quick as and Mr. to the scene of tho where lie found the body Horribly ihe trunk being cut ly The remains were Wright back to the city and placed a room at the they were as those ot YOUNG CHRISTIAN In Flint block on Main W. M. hours 8-10 a. Hooms open daily a. m. Sunday afternoons mule study mid buhk always GOSSELIN and at All promptly in oppo TOWNSEND M. and Counsellor at Will in all tho of tho In boo opposite Post DURLEY HART at attention to of all kinds nud mm Main near & and at Homo bl 0n buth 8t"' 0l'or'1 8TBUHLE, Law loan over & at In Attor lint and Clark 3d door south ol 5" In oast room of ot Opera Housa Sixth W. M. and * and over & Surgeon rooms on uume and Bur ovor north ot Spring Main at ovor Boring Main U and Sur in Kass yWan he Congregational church to-morrow afternoon at two at will speak to the little The match game of base ball played it Sioux City between tho home and resulted in victory for the latter by a score of to The social and baked beau supper Announced to take place Tuesday evening under the auspices of the M. 10. has been postponed until tho following Mrs. G. Van Pelt and little sou returned home last evening from accompanied by Mrs. G. C. a prominent capitalist of It was reported on tho streets to-day that C. E. Corkory had purchased the bus lino connected with the Richards and would hayo management and control of it in the The Rev. Semole will preach next Sabbath in school Stanton at 2:00 p. in. in tho school house Union each service to be followed by a Sunday school Postmaster Vogt informs us that the day trains to and from St. have mail cars and carry mail in regular which has only been done heretofore on the night These trains going south at 0 p. m. and north at a. m. Our friend who has presi ded over the baggage wagon at th Richards house for some gone into business on his own now handles the ribbons over a span of grey and rides now dray John of Sioux candidate for the been invited to deliver a speech in litis and most likely will Mr. is a very fine and a clear headed and lie would attract a large crowd should he visit this J. F. Paterson has returned from Went where he has decided to locate lie will few days accompanied by his home in the take his stock of goods with him and open a store in * at West Mounts j A farmer living in Lincoln about twelve miles south of Upon inquiry the learned that Mr. Lamb drove the city yesterday in a lumber leav ing his team at a livery where they were found this the day he was around with drinking at various sa and when seen about ten O'clock was badly under the liquor lo such an extent that ho was refused further drinks at the saloons After leaving these resorts def inite is yet known of his and it remains a mystery why should bo found on thu bridge north of the city and in an opposite direction from his 11 was stated on the streets morn ing that he had been lured away in that and his and placed upon the railroad so that the cars would pass over him and cover up evidences of the crime This story seems however as he was not a man that usually had great deal of mon about and when searched this in his pockets were found silver and paper money amounting to nearly ten dollars Besides Drs. and made an of the remains this and found that the bruises on the head were wily flesh wounds and not such as would pro duco and they are of the opinion that death was caused by the cars pass ing over The most reasonable theory seems be that Mr. while from the bad effects of still worse dered oil down the and becoming sleepy laid with the results above This will also explain why the body was not warm when Mr. Brown reached night being so cold that a man would not have to remain very long in an exposed place until ho was thoroughly Coroner Myers summoned the following gentlemen to serve as jurors at the and Henry After Viewing the they proceeded in company with Engineer Brown to tho place of the accident whero they examined the then returned to tho and the inquisition began this afternoon and will probably last until sometime as a number of witnesses will be The deceased was a man about thirty-two years of Ho leaves a wife and four small tho eldest being only twelve years Other relatives reside in this county and lie having come here from the latter state a few years The remains were taken in charge by the friends this placed in a arid taken to his home where they will be inquest lias been postponed until Court convened at the usual hour this Judge Lewis on the The caso of vs. Richardson went to the jury last evening at but a verdict was not rendered until this the jury being out all Judgment rendered for tho The trial of an Interesting assault caso was began this entitled the state vs. The parties to the suit are living at or near The trouble occurred at that place a short time and action was first brought In the justice when an appeal waa A number of witnesses are as well as friends of both Judge Lewis has ordered that nine of our saloon keepers appear before court and show cause why they should not bo punished for violation of the terms of the injunction granted at the last term of Those against whom proof of violation has and who are cited to appear are Theodore Kale & Tilgen and A beautiful present to your lady friend is an Fountain Call and see them nt Bros. B. lAWORD Wo know Hint can interest you if yon will but favor us with your You know all about the depression which has exist ed in all branches of trade for some tune our telling it. Wholesalers and have been at their ends to know how to keep their heads above anil in order to save themselves many of the largest clothing manufacturers have sold their stocks nt prices which barely covered costs of We among the rest have shared in this and fts wo quite as largely as any wo have decided to place very large Our Mouse will be second to There is no enying the fact that il will the suit which you can buy for from to Wo have clothing for twenty cars and know are bilking lowing goods and if they are not just as back and your money will be ft Another serious case of poisoning occurred in the family of Jos. of Akron last Soon after breakfast nearly the whole also Mr. who boards were taken suddenly and violently and Dr. Clark being called pronounced it a caso of Under his skillful treatment they are all rapidly They had been using as these pests had been troubling a quantity of it had got into their own The attendance at the Congregational church is now nightly and the interest in the meetings deepening Several persons have expressed a desire to lead better asked for the prayers of the Mike living in Sioux came in after a load of lumber Wednesday and was ready to start home when somo friends insisted on his taking which ho making round of he got The result was an upset and before he got Tho Willing Workers will meet at tho Congregational church Sunday afternoon at 4 A full attendance Is as badges will be given to each member Foil parlor a cook ing a large kerosene and various articles of household furniture Enquire of West of the court Fresh oysters at AN will tho He tine in a leave in a family for his new 13. B. IS. R B FOUNTAIN PEN Ever to tho FULLY WARRANTED 1!f:br-flui'liit. A very pleasant wedding took place at the Methodist parsonage in this city yesterday it being the marriage of Joseph A. Becker and Miss Lizzie M. the ceremony being performed by Rev. It. C. in tho presence of a small party of and intimate In the evening a large party gathered at the home of the in tho east part of the to do honor to the occasion and extend congratulations to the bride and groom The time was passed very pleasantly in dancing and social the band complimenting the newly wedded couple with a line serenade during the The brido is a young lady well-known and respected in this while tho groom is the genial proprietor of the barber shop on west from the A large friends unite in wishing I at- Wednesday evening Oct. 21st. is the date fixed for the methodist BAKED BOSTON BROWN BREAD AND KIN PIE DON'T FORGET THAT 28 PAYS THE business wm ON- Mr. B. at Sprin and see the most perfect is clothing stocks tho establishment in all of our We will lake pleasure In bring thora B. LeMars House Next to Spring The i v. The above cut represents a lady giving strict orders to her who is a great politician and slump speaker lor Plymouth to be sure and give as much of his support sin in this fall cam to this independent Now this candidate is not after the of representative ty treasurer or of or of hut he is sifter thu Plymouth county dry goods trade harder than ever He conies before the people Ibis fall with greater inducements than ever His stock of new styles of seasonable goods including all the latest novelties and many exclusive styles in staple and fancy goods and notions is positively the largest in the Ho is now ready to please and satisfy critical and buyers who know a good thing when they see it. His immense stock of cloaks received includes M tho Into styles and newest unrivaled in ue in unsurpassed in and prices lower 0V(,r Ho not only sinks for a this extends a cordial 5)'