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LeMars Weekly Sun (Newspaper) - October 30, 1890, Lemars, Iowa Sun. VOL. 1. 30, 1890. NO. J. C. M. D. PHYSICIAN & HurR doors north of O. W. Attorney and Counsellor at over D. R. Edmond's store ' FRANK M. Attorney at Law Kotary B. HOUSE & SIGN Next door to Laux Main First JOHN Prop. First-class Come and see me. HOUSES FOR SALE OR Money to Loan on Short INSURANCE Written in C. B. SMITH and J. H. UNION LEMARS STEAM E. PROP. anil Ninth IN GRAIN AND STOCK COAL AND just west of - Tlie price paid for grain and GULF COAST roll the tlir have been so very mild even In the that there has been little need for a winter from every nnd from the many signs that fulled In the of the oldest we are to have tlie coming tin old The will soon can we find the best most with near at reasonable can take yon 1o such a the in winter on the no superior as a winter In tot lie attractions within which compose all that a truly cosmopolitan city it has two or three ride on the Mexican the most and wild docks and red Spanish and Is ilie of the lis well as the old the direct from tlie finest oyster beds the and if you In with the odor of from the land and salt from the with and nil within a short from New makes of the MEXICAN coast an Ideal spot for a Winter Hy apply to you will bi with an illustrated lean Winter A. LEMARS WEEKLY SUN. 30, 1890. The Is an Independent devoted to the of Tree the of the to a and the abolition of the Internal Revenue It Is and opposed to the of the Saloon system In that the should be and actual of all kinds promptly attended to at the SUN over Pew Ten copies of the SUN will bo Bont to one one year for aix months for 84.00. The SUN and the Omaha Bee one year for Tlie same reduction on tiny other newspaper or The object of tho act in tho duties on articles in common and which the been largely supplied by importations from was intended to prohibit or their into smd thus reduce tlie revenue from and restrict the supply to what the homo manufacturers could Tho tendency is to raise the price of the latter to tho consumer and restrict the Mr McKinley plainly this when ho said in his speech The very instant you have tlie duties to a fair them the revenue that very you and to extent diminish the It does not require much or very deep thinking to that all the manufacturers to do is to restrict production within a certain and prices must and tho people will bo poorly supplied with what they There is no mystery about this but an immenso amount of talk to delude tho people in the interest of Ho on your for They have Tho Correctionville News drives tho and in the next clinches it as follows The Independent ticket is backed hy the party and Is a democratic Tuesday is election and it behooves our friends in tho to consider the An Irish stopped up to tho post window this morning and naked Mr. this there a letter for mo is tho name V genial it oil the said tho The above very joko in tho of Tho Irish must either be a myth or a Onawa Gazette Last Saturday we got on board the 2:80 train for and wont to Lemars to spend with Bonio old Mr. and Mrs. Albert who have lived there for 18 years but to to Chicago Our visit was a very pleasant and wo mot many pleasant people while Among tho Prank a very pleasant genial man we are pleased to call a ho differs in If he a republican ho would swoop tho As it is he will got his complement of party Ho is a lawyer of and to our mind the best of tho three democratic nominees for The Rockford Register says that who will not help tho Manufacturers' Palace of that city ought to bo It might have added that any business man who refuses to help any legitimate in a city I ought to be Tho above savors of boycotting or Many newspapers nave very poor about individual rights or freedom of A letter from a rural district in a Now York paper Only twelve farmers in this township own thoir There aro 175 farms in tho Tho tariff is the topic and it is gratifying to near tho republicans grumbling at the general rise in in the country stores since the passage of the for you must understand that tho country merchants now know enough of the of a to Ixj awaro that have been put up by the city long before thoy aro taught ao by having to pay those higher A carpenter working on a now building was driving a nail tho other and suddenly his hammer nnd said to a follow workman that settles it. I have just seen through it. I am a free trader from this I was in a store two or throe wooks ago a came in and asked for thirty-eight worth of sugar and sixty-two worth of protection to go with That shows how tho subject is And still New England is not The Boston a republican says of tho unpopular here in Now will be tho increased duty on and linen This meims an extra expense for every shoo that is bought and no corresponding It hurts Now England for the supposed benefit to the flax growers in but as their flax cannot bo used in making first-class shoo it means simply an extra tax on our shoo Our congressmen should have attended to The republican committee at Washington sent out a report that the tariff has been revised that revenues necessary to carry on tho government shall be collected as largely as possible from This is most Supposing it possible we could make the foreigners pay tho expenses of our it wouldn't bo very honest to do it. By tho new a duty of ten per cent is levied on all teas imported from i places west of tho Capo of Good lie who would be himself must strike in by tho largo im- got their teas direct from ED. WELL Headquarters ut Posv Bros. All kinds of well work of every kind furnished and repairs Residence south of Creamery THE QUEEN PAYS ALL THE QUEEN'S Trip to Europe the that popular and two dollars for to tho person thoin tho largest list of from contained In the three words Additional silver tea China dinner Kidd music portiere silk mantel and many other valuable and useful articles will also lie awarded In order of A special of u seal skin jacket to the and a handsome Shetland pony to girl or hoy free in Canada or United the largest Everyone u list of not less than twenty words will receive u six \h 8. 2 c. stamps for of and number of TuK Address The Canadian 3 FOR 10. and best Farmers and paper In America Is tho Kansas Ifc is a red-hot of Is an foe of all other enemies of the Published weekly at SO cents per 25 for six months j or throe on trial for 10 If you have the cause of humanity at subscribe and help spread the truth abroad In the Address - - the In tho words of so can prosperity or adversity on The by at tho can decide this election in their own In and overwhelmingly in many Weatfall will have a majority of all tho votes Plymouth need be behind if the farmers say so. Bo off your and carry this election a rush 1 LOTS FOR SALE OR Apply LOTS on Howard north-west of X Clark street school for the Sun SPECIAL LOCAL Agent wanted lii your county at part or full and energetic man can secure a permanent and paying position with Stock warranted strictly first and any to replaced Write for terms at All letters promptly B. D. LUETCHFORD & Sot of Works for The Mammoth The above works will bo to all subscribers to Copies be soon .tt over ARRIVAL AND DEPARTURE OF TRAINS SIOUX CITY & going 8:18 k in & 7: p m 1)0, 0:44 am & 5:34 pill From 8:1)1 a iii & 7:B5 p m 11:113 u m 3:13 p m C. ST. M. & O. P la t p m ' dully ox t p m EAST. No. t 8i p m 5, dally r. 3, n m 4, dally 7;a6pin u m 6:55 a m Trains No. 1, 2, 8 uad 4 run to without and with Bleeping and chair mirt U only run Fort Mook of coupon W wl wo call north or A subscriber of the Das Moines at lusks that tho moaning of free coinage of Tho Homestead tho question in a and consequently or shows very little of the It says that in case of free the tho present bullion value of silver as compared with would go into tho pockets of the owner of tho It does not say so in the above but tho inference on tho mind of tho reador that that is what is In case of free coinage of it is well understood we should have a silver and that gold would go out of if the present relations of the two there would be no between the bullion value and the legal tender value of silver to go into tho of tho owner of tho be understood as saying that under tho present silver law the of 14 per cont gold and silver goes Into the of the under free that difference would be by tho silver mine There is no ground whatever for any such Free coinage and tho present silver law are as far as the poles tho country of and Is intended to crowd out the small hand from Europe and is hardly a section of tho act that U not in favor of Hon. H. Gear says ho has sold of of No 18 leaving it to be understood that that wont directly into consumption without being a likely story Three things In surprised me aro so very from all accounts I had of They The general comfort and apparent content of the humbler the clean appearance of tho most notorious sections of and the ease with which the stranger can make The above appears in a literary article in the Sioux City It differs somewhat the campaign items on the V. S. Farnham says old party of Lincoln through corrupt is become lui unrighteous and party sind unworthy tho support of any Right A statement was made in the London Times lately that the New York Central railway employes get than double tlie wages that are paid those of tho Western railway in England and at tho same time tho of moving the on the New York Central Is loss than half tho expense ger ton or per mile that it is on the Great It Is generally that the day's work of the American laborer is more than that of the English that while the prices qf many of manufacture are lower now than All which goes to show that the relationship of wages to and of price to aro uncertain and varying in a low price may accompany high wages and large The absurdity of the position of the American that they cannot compete with other countries because they have high wages to is therefore abundantly High wages tho most and tiie best workmen are always in at tho highest Economy of truth Is not political for the being such a poor political The aro to have a mass lishing for to-morrow evening at Wo regret to that in consequence want of proper Mr of Council unable to give his announced address in Lemars night in behalf of the Independent Mr. Abies has a national reputation as a A fine meeting was hold at Merrill tho evening Times is loyally says the Sioux City More's tho Tho formerly of Plymouth tried for murdering an in St hius been G. W. Argo his Our Plymouth county treasurer was a witness for Murray to give evidence as to his Pete Hepburn spoke to a very small audience at tho Opera House Saturday His whole time was spent in the defense of and waving of the bloody Tho Democratic vote will bo nono tho loss for his If anything he made a few Democratic voters by some Republicans who wore ' It would have been more and shown more regard for law and if tho corn managers taken down tho building and disposed of tho materials by Word was received in town last Saturday Peter living on section 28, had killed Coroner McMahan went to the place tho afternoon and found the facts about oh following had boon drinking very heavily of and last Saturday while his wife was away from homo he took a large quantity of paris but this only him and he threw it Being unsuccessful with the no got a shot tied a string to tho trigger leaned himself up against a and the gun blowing tho of his head entirely off. Ho leaves a wife and several children in poor financial cir FARMING IN Honry B. writes from to tho Faulk County S. and Tho three greatest needs of South Dakota to-day are water luid woman last the most needed of tho Hois a crank on that but ho gives some good advice as which all who have gone through the of pioneering on the of the wost will say amen About the only thing is plentiful on the prairie in its natural state Is and instead of being put to good it is mostly burnt and I am delighted with tho the climate imd tho They aro not surpassed by those of any But tho conditions tho country are peculiar and need different For want of rain in mimy there hits not been a crop since 188,5. As a consequence hundreds of the American population have returned carrying with them wherever they go a title of All this disappointment and loss might have been avoided if the climate had boon If each settler had brought twenty-five two brood mares and five and it every four settlors had united in buying a mowing machine and a horse all would have There is not a county in tho State where enough grass has gone to waste this fall to support the present if only it had been for breaking land and sowing grain crippled hundreds of and tho of costly machinery on credit has scaled their It is time for the press of South Dakota to call a Even In Iowa aud farmers who on selling grain seldom grow while those who food cattle and hogs always There is no bettor country in ho world than South oven without for sheep and Hay can be cut and stacked for seventy-five cents a is worth from twenty to twenty-five dollars a ton In and this means that twenty animals can bo raised in South Dakota at tho cost of raising ono in the Down in Hancock near the Big Sioux where there is a good deal of a young man named William 17 years had quite an adventure with a lynx His dogs had treed the and in a most daring climbed up ami drove it Again the lynx climbed another and dislodged it in tho stime Then seizing a and with the help of the dogs and considerable of a the lynx was was a full grown Mr Knapp brought the scalp to Lemars last Saturday to got tho Those lynx have been very destructive to poultry and young and li number have been seen and killed of lato S. in Akron I and bring the Sioux City to that the republican party in Iowa is in the grasp and is controlled by its and in this it favors tho legal return of the saloon to our and that Perkins is in perfect accord with this Prohibition sadly afflicts tho people of Sioux The liquor it is is carried on in chicken coops out buildings of divers There is no reduction in of sugar but the bounty will bo claimed Cincinnati is the heading of a paragraph In an We fancy baa whiskey is not peculiar to It seems to be and there is no scarcity of It in judging by its terrible on the mind and It will always so as long as whiskey is heavily and the trodo is driven Into holes and hiding The Sioux City & Northern Railroad Co. will sell round trip Excursion tickets Nov. 2nd, at One to 8, and from all TOO MANY Tho St Paul contains tho following as a special from Sioux The marriage of R. Zuvor and Zuvor was annulled and set tho last term of They wore married about ton years and until a few weeks since lived together as man and when according to the petition of the judge filed in court ho that his wife had another from Whom she had boon The facts wore shown in court and a decree ot once on lerod in with the prayer of of the also gave the some valuable real estate in this city and in He at once left for the west and is now living in Col. J udge Zuvor sat on the circuit court bench in this district for more thim ten his circuit embracing all of He is well known in legal and has considerable property About six years just before the circuit court was by he was thrown from a carriage and an injury on the him from work on the and since time ho has lived in enforced tt good of the time on larra near this Roe Valley There is a great wave of political unrest sweeping over South It is impossible to the volume ot tho dissatisfaction among the producing but its existence certainly cannot bo called in A Delaware county who has been studying tho question for summed it all in speech to his neighbors at the county when he toll my f the time is and that when you must choose between 10 old party and the old home 42(J II That is the number pf mortgage foreclosures on the docket for tho term of the court In Reno Skilled Foreign does a foolish thing sometimes but of late years it has done nothing more foolish than the enacting of a law to prevent the introduction of skilled laborers into tho United States who come in under a contract previously Tens ot thousands of a class of immigrants whose absence would be to their company are poured into tho while the man of skill and the man of knowledge aro both barred unless thoy come without a I Tho man ot skill and knowledge is an inestimable gain to the country which gets Why keep him out as it were a scapegrace TRADE TAXES OR LICENSE Tho time come when every live man must assert himself in tho effort to procure the rights of the or tho rights of trade and exchange will soon be so limited that It will be next to impossible to introduce anything however China has followed the ot rals ing Its revenue largely It not wholly from all forms of it being taxed to that What is the result The Chinese are traveling with wheels carved from tho ond of a log and with a for an and aro plowing with forks of trees for The great boom the new world experienced in the development of its con and inventive genius is almost duo to the liberty gained in tho methods of trade and The rocky coast or interior of New England offered little iid vantage over the old world save in The states liave become inventive and progressive in proportion to tho liberty they have guaranteed to every citi Only since South froed its has it commenced to develop rapidly in the line of and tho utilization of its Lot It abolish licenses and useless taxes another form of and it will rapid strides towards its destined posl tion as Maryland exacts a license fee of per county for selling goods with horse and wagon to consumers within its Virginia fixes a fee of for tho same privilege per But it remains for Now the garden of the to cap the climax by an act approved by lier legislature March 31,1890, whereby tho common council board of township committee or other governing body of any city incorporated burrough Or po sanitary and improvement coramis Incorporated camp meeting or seaside resort in the can exact a fee of peddlers and men engaged in some other kinds of except in the selling of meat and and ducts of one's own as long as conscience will permit or their revenue J. in New York Sioux City Times A farmer's team ran away at Hinton yesterday and collided with a moving Sioux City & Northern freight The attached to tho horses was reduced to kindling and now the farmer wants the road to give him a new He has had two similar suits with the Central and lost has been annexed to Sioux andU growing 1^ S & o e 8-,: a. to o THE editor and A exponent of and THE STANDARD The Tills means ot all or of Is to ilie abolition of all levied on of Unit bC ' Free Not bat real free an of trade all ilie world uh now the of No envelops temi but tha real llm or m the uae at elao by tho state and prepared aud cast by the voter la ONB bix 1 2) 1 W Sample sent free 0:1 For tbe those Irish to Inform ai to tho we Will send on receipt ot a American by Henry and the by Thomas aud or TBB 8TANDAB0, 11 Union New In the ana to In who write to ui at onca can tura ot the All jou ban to do In return la to allow our gooda who Tha of Ihli tha amall end of tha The oat tho of It la aboni lha Ii li a larf 0 aaU Wo will nu maha ftSm a day at tho iH the nnd moat popular published and Iho of in Beat class Send MUNN & fl Edition of U A H plates of and or III full and and have for and Betid for In Tour In the - 8Bi wr Mil. 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