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LeMars Semi Weekly Sentinel (Newspaper) - September 15, 1885, Lemars, Iowa O. a. and br personal lure eating nt that I tion that she is to listen to ' the casein the clash of The man wan also man and lint it was not Mre but his face contained rather much finally drove and she had of sunlight to make him available for herself by the oI n dreadful cooling in person that mr Though he probably were to from view more as like than any ono else in the of or vt was nothing possible to in lbe sight of Lim did it. He such an looked as if be the and resting on as he doing il on IS ET Oxford st I fall of aoi a a the now an 1, u n the to vt wbT in mr not 1 1 ihc to I Jim 111 1 hire i bp sbail But oM mxn He ivu My pood oW It the Mr. While now von w mach you know W hen the old lo the old yon did ti lie The 1-.11 In ilje In father v not roe mean By matter yont dear Imt don't I to sou Vm niA Vou be ol ' Mother d' ad y broke bcr heart yon And then for I had dird ere Ko hv My in and mother this Atd While my J or ail to ' And joa hire f Going Some would rather stay at homo and handle money than go but 1 am not so of has even to a man who lives mainly on but there comes a time I am overcome with a desire to go where waters and for a day or two relapse into barbarism and eat with my As Ham Jones I am down on piscatorial 1 do lovo to I never baited a hook in my if we rule out the of but for all I love to lie in the shade ou a hot and votch else having good luck and a Any man has the use of a brain that always on the like a in of will find so lulls it into the holy calm of perfect at occasional intervals to robust mental a-i reclining in a hammock in the breezy shade on n hot day and somebody trying to catch Tlie eyes may remain and the body wide but the will and when aroused to duty urd it will spring One of the ways to get all the enjoyment of without the crowd and bad breath you are to endure in order to hilarity under is to make up a little party of and go forth in style to a day pickles and ou the bank of some placid where it through a forest which earth in coaling shadows so that ants on the biscuit are not I have in mind an excursion of that kmd which occurred thia A mall party of kindred was made and appointed for the J t wsa agreed that everybody should lake so I took a camji cot a in addition to u lly lemonade before more took that cuine in the course ol the but had the foresight to think of is the allurement placed on the look to the lish to its and it a matter of some if you I to have good hick and culch though some are foolish i hough to at the buro us you 1 see do in real wife took u freezer of ice a jug of and every to her to the She also took a lady guest from the city who was afraid of snakes something of a on It might also he remarked that she hod a good mouth for pie and abhorred a AVo started My costume was but It consisted of blue straw and a shirt without a I aUo wore a cigar the greater part of in addition to the goggles which are my constant stay and comfort in hot The women wore dressed with scrupulous care iu Mother wide-brimmed ond Our coupe for the time was a lumbering spring drawn by a horse who resembled myself in one marked He was fond of the and narrowly escaped the wagon several tunes in his to got to it when wo passed a tree by the Immediately on leaving home my wife began to enjoy herself and add to Uie pleasure of the was myself and the woman who abhorred worrying about the cream and its chance of getting there ' io anything short of a sloppy It is a of this good r. voman to take an interest in alio bos anything to do Her in that cream was and fall ot The About six and from ' cnt on the by way of I like matters for the sake ot discover that I to tbe tab the freezer and of milk were packed in the maots of an iceberg ot no insignificant to the calbi of that woman's toward promoting the of party in the the div. 4boat the biwk into the wagon amplitude and it she should tbo followed by a ruish of air by a lot 1ra.sli will a splash in that threw a cloud of s the river's A shriek is 1 pay more or as to may to it by a wail of 1j:k bosom ovi r nothing terrible of a or at most a he will to coat ou and for developments of a more dreadful the is ani and has hair banged in it alters the and I go to the rescue iit caring a for When the aforesaid shriek struck me my that the partner of made the awful that cream jug in of all my efforts in but a moment Inter I saw I was gusher from the city had sat down on a log and as to a to nature when she espied a small and at once so demoralized with fear she as crazy her own and jumped info the river for want ol what else to lieing the only man iu the at leisure at that of 1 had to in and her The of the and niy own raiment were a yood dial the worse for the but it all the nonsense out of her tbe remainder of the and I hail to grateful to the who the for the woman somehow become with the that tlie greatest I could know was in listening to the reading of her own sweet liy tins time the man came into looked at a dinner basket and this signal had agreed or I don't but at all events the took the hint and begdU to the the limb of a tree the red-haired man to stand under but ho didn't accm to take to tho and it was not it was discovered that the light in tho stove had died out probably an hour before and had pnt a chunk of ice in the the of niy view was at once It was also strengthened in due coarse of investigation by the revelation that the stove was like the lamp of a and no one had to bring a of oil for its An old-fashioned fire was then by the who served in the army and knew more aboat cooking than his own mother or else's and in a very little while the odor of good cheer the The table was spread on the and j wo squatted about it in Oriental ' If you don't believe that man is still a savage at every favorable go with him to a picnic and watch him Tho of a thousand generations of life in cave and forest break out in him and the time the polish of is He don't care a ily for and no use for a knife and He dives in with both and hia month too full to talk until everything in reach lias and then he begins to forage on DEMOCRATIC a to ' W his Most of party were poles and and to dip a hook for tlie of the but Swi men come to fish in the meaning of the and after an hour in the search of they a a could they spil on their and commenced 1 took a on my cot in ihc I ssd enjoy the camp was thrown into most The red man hid a tield bis Blood on wail the It three to a rumor that through the neit but if you on scriptural divide by three kl il ot delight course the not for some time that or brought his acd got as close to a that can him as His in it demand Ironi bm he lost that luck and hLs jsw | it oot of cork to 1 sny to her face The crowd went over to him a her and his were Tiie with or her cheeks the ' bhe another and the crowd sel of olf a piece of to ' takes a of the and man his his the fragment of it lack into j all the while aud sat motionless for how her cake iiB I wjs to feel j ss she knew it toid Why the People Will Certainly the Cleveland Secretary anil Jordan a ] li jra to i s 5.irz:!c. s 1-XiUT t it at ro cr H t res. I don't fciT TiiLt hor full of the strict wnre of but sbe tiie of her and never for forgets that she is ia When a ' ' of a he to h- a j i and s a bone with much as a but on the other j it is A i never slie lias a ts I or this will be by the great of on its a well known oil your am a 1'e:ii'>'T,il of tjie of over toward than I can the party j 11'ijil-liuld! rs for of down ami all sorl of and in it doae ftr this tiie larly entile Th s ujr i-y the question and extend it back fifty years and ask you to name a single where the Democratic has been I ask you to consider It is rather a hard I hear and I ask you to take the matter home with It would puzzle any to answer this Tho Democratic party never is but to and its prophesy n brilliant future on the score of an and its history it has tho the historian assigned to the second who was inconsistent and always * The as has made no Leading and influential men of great blunders at but the were those of nil not of the Tho great by the stand so justified the enemies of that liii Dot openly only to induce the Io abandon common and not to the future by the I ri ally the entire of the Tho tho is one of and this can only be judged bv the il It I I Wanted to he ci who is the 1k:.sI-posttsl 1 n in that Treasurer that there was in the did you not? there is I ho very well 1. He oil in liis he a fund for the the legal He the had no that That in the direct interest of the been a if a iu the for tiie reserve or a call 1 i or OTi r. Von sw of Is d ny ' thit it will the si b Ill n gard to mattirs in his own State takes the He to the result of years if and the they to tho He refuses to believe that the of the Stale is result i f and ins sts that anil of n ou the with its is great Issues for many years have to ' of tije the agency of the the t ini on Mr. frankly ho is to im but regards it simply us a n utter of what laws are best suited to the d to command Mr. Larrabre may be a but he is a man of clear headed and no then she liave known it. for she never did have with or the other she ivas Aud so it Every runs down truck as the vilest of the and lauds that of else a tall for two or j the of Iowa will bo pens to be the of Uj the highest of my as it generally is. 1 And did ever such with precipitate ly or ecstatic and for I take things and look sake did ever see for something on which to thing so as and a conjecture before sweating myself i how in this world was it ever without a man j every v. do Mrs. had his blood to a Aiel ' still more times than can I you say that's ' tho way she made it 1,'u! This a and tlie ol the are held by to or they ovn have them as this given a rise of three cent. This is a to to III ar from him fro during 11 the al win ever see such a An 1 v. hile all the tongues are in their Uj in the eat Ufi in sight except the baby fell into and every woman on the ground goes home and one of these days most likely fell in there wasn't a thing iit to eat except what she took and of courso that was eaten uji at once by those wretched men before she could get a The Trade of Within the last three quite a new industry for into manufacture of straw or braid for men's hats and women's bonnets lor The first year the export of some the il to and the last of nearly 1,0;> of sixty yards The ol to the season and of the we from si-n to as low as sen per Ihe lattei we the jUst owing to the fact of the season for it has to time to be up by the for the summer also an immense iii of the same which liM for many years the rules lower than owing to the o t Chinese less than the ask for The ami j a price flit spread out the dinner having j is ' time the of coffee stove m a owing to dett very large boder Ihe stove had the start i to the size of the and its time to the water tathe J ing stood the il didn't might harried a little by hanging not their th s What Utt r d the instance vf it Tr. a to the of an 1 millionaire was a this c aud in i hundred millions will now lie idle f. r It might just as well Ik calling in lowest e i year to the debt is th. aud the their of h-s b decrease of the public ry under this i single lis work of l 1 the work of th not fully i until I- i l 1-* i K-t t Vj hi wirds oJ ol hts 0-ils-Li.i.d': g % 4 5 Ihe biaLs give it J 53-i.t iht it ' ' i is Iv he Is aid * HI Secretary new system for filling the yards after an be working to the satisfaction of those who are It is man thus far been is ert Demo ratio In tho of the that he - ai the work iu the THE Seven Kew Appointed of Since the took charge of Ihe leins of no been found i i in the of Ihe tbo list six of thp iif Ihe are signed the been over of the and tho for which nro signed have now u now of the show that the in place in the and i r ( Indian an I Ill 3^iScw 31 j North lie 131 n m c 12 8 a ai it Carolina 1 12 i w 1 a ] 7' IHI 7.i;Virjrlnln........: 7' 0 1 5s 141 j. w losi 3".l m 9; M 11 R. jni 7! 7 1^ S 40 14! 23; 01" 2s 41s 9, 14R 10 1 1 m 10 13 1 14; tS 147 3 I ws bo s S the cried for She aba duic to aits giTa CASTA Lli r. p. 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RECEIVES BUYS AND SELLS and on proved tbo of AND Tho of in is whilo tbo 48,121, The table that the greater number of changes thus far have been mode in where the is Xew York comes next with then Indiana with with and with of Secretary has n decision in regard to tbe Ontonagon land which is to make a iou a number of in tho For years been made in ono guise and to get a by net of for tho title to a large amount of iu Northern This lind vas from sale because it was granted to the A- Id spite of from the Land Office the land agents nt the I Land these lauds right along to I lumbermen at per For years have paid but that he can j on these who could Ihe purchasers went and built houses MEAT MALN BOUTa AU Kinds of and Baited 1^ SI Flab and Game In Highest Price Paid for BROWN & Chinese LEE He wis the i r within - I ' Tird - U j Tird to have to 0S(*. there was no by rty worth from to and a of mines and several of title was argued by for the and Jenks wrote the which Lamar after It simply upsets Iho men and throws into public le Best of Wort at Fair Eagle north of Seventh THE PLYMOUTH COUNTY SAVINGS BANK hy J t 1:1 i. .i 7 n 1. 1, ' tf M r linii in is 1.'.*. 7>.s to Civ In 11 'A 2-*-;;.a-.'j with his a 5, Lt iii 3i.t I 41.0 il liii Luring the that of Mr. t* tht nor oi no i oa it i hy as well as lU of the land in i TRUST OB- 50T BLT Mr. a 3 tiSi iiSi n i \i v 1 lit ilii t in ihLi 11 w iiin jt 11)1111.-ill f. i Hi iiii mmi itill 6.^.2 luj win il- tad 0>i 51w CM BT or I of Paid Up 50,000.0* A for and Trust Interest on Mooer to on rool and First T r. A. MOORS V. M. HILGERT ot Bress Boots Shoes and Gaiters of Custom done to purine promptly sod neatly to tho of during hours when work cannot The money earned tM much it ui a to the incomes of thousands of and that tho workers at tho village of near are about holding a to test the dexterity ot the and the tlie article turned out by appears to tho mast serious danger now threatening the American race is the tendency to and tho in This tendency lias sot its stamp onr so that our and and all the varied of our mental are by rather than by or or real Our as 1ms less the English or loos and more graco and Emerson with or Fisk with or with or James with Georgo Up to a certain point this deftness and clearness our authors give them the hot groat tasks are to onr ami cent Snd tio 1 s stopped 1. 5.. of J. A. the 1 of tin of until it A. to Dealer in licans that j u e io and wilh Senate there net a 'A r ha had j swJ bot that with aav Lind of legislative i tlm of fees to be nor could it be that daring j the of Ifc isys long period of he wts an councils of Utt tbe court provided ' ' ' j to jam my gifts wero of the kind that find expression in and I wanted to picture in I would sculp tbo man as ho with a roast chicken in ono a litUo of else in the and a good doal of nutriment piled up in front of m be sat with a atony atara and going it like a in a long ' ' ' about since has kss less than our first great crop which included and position affect a member of a a prosy old doctor said lis thought it he by way of a man ia Uie U liable of was nothing in his called for explanations or Throughout his public life he had an and diligent servant of the The only thing there to is tic his labors in Why of the should a for tUns limited I U per against him was that lie was not j on the ot s and feu illegally treated that item as a brilliant and could not tickle the ears of the with the sound and fury of It his of acceptance convention he is able to talk sense in a very instructive and This brief speech to bo a man of judgment and sound whose arguments ought to the of all who are capable of understanding Mr. brief was devoted mostly to 8tat but it left no that he is a sound National He asked his hearers whether they strengthen tho nation or tbe of tho people by nn of the heresies that have given rise to tho womt evils ever known in tho Testing the Democratic party r by its theories or its he was willing to submit the whether it liad u right in a single Uo tho party ever been wrung one you name to me a single instance where the publican party has wrong? On tUo other can yon name a single where the Democratic party ItM been right? I put tho to my as I seo a ion here Haa there been for ibe laat years and if 11 were not for 3faliens in the South Mr. not J AND day - was ia a to ask more hu claim to ths than a from In addition i to this he secured an im- j to bis place on the that the force and to t i party He followed the only line y up to of that success ibe may bo and the Presidents pardon to have been furnished him as an award of merit rather than a token of Mullen no doubt made a very cloee lioth and The of the colored vote was the only thing that made Democratic success and Mullen's plan for carrying it out bad some points of To arrest colored by the hundred on charges on the eve ot an election and hoUl them iu jail until tho polls were was a method fully as 1 flective as the shotgun and simpler than making false of tho votes actually It was not possible that iho was deceived iu regard to this Mullen's guilt was clear Levond and the conclusion reached by the President was that the punishment by law should not be on a Democrat who dia colored Evidently an whose power resta on against the ballot cannot be to 00 received regarding ths of slate that the 01 the bad tha and bad lowered it at fur the as is customary all and ataly ward Ibe German gunboat mn landed marines and hoisted the German and formally the despite tho of tbe The Tbo nee for the has U to tbo lovers of the Tbo other clubs are so far iu the roar that they are out of tho and the bis narrowed down to the New aud Chicago vith slightly in tbe load iu but with thia by tho fact Ihe nre with than New York hits to girls are learning la dst to eaiu their aud ing are the trades the of Etc. NORTH MAIN 8t OPP. PEW THI UNI BY THK U. 8. TO PAOT R n TIM Hi own bf gr KiSHi It all ol tlx Unas to thair Important H nini nm in In ths year from to Iti owe Chicago and and and Council and St. and and Kansaa and lago and m Chicago and Sioux Peoria and Council and Kansas and 20
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