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Semi-Weekly Jackson Sentinel (Newspaper) - November 11, 1885, Maquoketa, Iowa 1 56 i y HEW SERIES i IOWA NOVEMBER 11 1885 Established A D 1854 Successors to SHAW CO The public is invited to inspect at our Store corner of Main and Pleasant streets one the largest and best assorted stocks to be found In the county consisting of COOKS OF ALL SIZES AND STYLES COAL HEATING SQUARE AND ROUND WOOD HEATING ROUND OAK and SHELF and HEAVY HARDWARE WOOD STOCK of AM KIND In almost endless PRACTICAL WATCHMAKER JEWELER AND ENGRAVER WORK W A It It ANTE IK vare in Wa e ol watches In Elgin movements to this city or county also a fine Una tor Sets ete Sole agent lor the Clock Call und ami goods balore baying in Bakery City and Country Local News We carry ix full line of BELTING LEATHER AND RUBBEt Of ail Sizes Lace Leather and Asle Grease 7In TOOLS we have a large the bast makes and war ranted goods We haye a large and complete assortment of TABLE and and pair of shears warranted We ask all who wish Hardware of any to cali and examine our large stock and get prices before thereby securing a uniform class of goods at prices than can ba obtained iriK of middle men Wo aim to keep none but good Goods and sell them at reasonable prices all goods sold tobe as represented We are willing to show Roods and give prices Call and see us CRANE We have just returned from a 1 Purchasing visit to the Leading Eastern And find that there as here Were enables to buy our Fall Stock Low er than boots and shoes were ever bought by a Merchant before We bought out stock LOTT We are selling Styles Satisfaction Guaranteed Cash for Hides and Retail repairing a speciality at Kilne felters tn Spencer tf on Jno J Miller for blankets it you want to say e money CW Smith and wife Homoeopathic physicians Maquoketa Iowa may blow about low prices oii stoves but dont you buy before calling at Beutley Taylors J Miller can show more cloaks than were In Maquoketa and at prices that will make you smile Thos a irial at the Pal ace Meat Market North Main street you walked up to the captains office and paid your water rent Nov was the last day to perform this ob ligation Is ar ters for dress go p ds of all kinds low medium high intact acy price you want Call and see him of Bellevue a man aged about 20 years was sent to the County Insane Asylum last week finest line of candies In the city at creams car amels taffies scotch etc account of iir Chamberlains fondness for orchids thi wirepullers ol caucus have been dubbed the Orchid the finest line of crockery and In the city go to C M Sanborn Sons cloaks and Misses clonks cheapest at Goller Hehch respectfully invites your patronage at the Palace Meat Market Nice tender meats at lowest living priees invoice of ladiet gold spec tacles and chains lust received Gallaghers Taylor are prepared to some of the very best heating and cook stoves in this county Their prices are the lowest Baltimore oysters at A C Ed sons will find four d m akes of cook stoves at whigh they are selling cost isa possibility that Turkey bargains in shawls at Jno J Millers celery every day at Gal Alma or Crosby dress goods at Goller Hiss Gertie Gallagher is reported to be quite ill at the home other parents Try Gallaghers Select oysters Bal timore packed and fancy yarn the largest stock at Goller 4120 per barrel at J P says that is the only man in Jackson who can pull a tooth without hurting Childs cloaks from up in a great variety fish sausage bologna beef pork mutton veal arid choice young poultry at T Palace Meat Mar ket dress goods at sers who get them direct from the importer to Gallaghers for homemade fresh every day Wm Achison of Cascade will preach iu tho Baptist Sun day at the usual time office has just received a very fine assortment of late styles in your invita tions cords aud programs at this office if you want something nice has contracted for eighty electric lights to illuminate her streets They will pay 5198 per year for en eh light John Blunt an aged widow of his city has been exhibiting signs of for some weeks past She is in her actions however your bread and cakes at Gall ladles dont read this because nothing new only something about im the near the Post office You have him for years and know that he keeps Ihe choicest of meats and all kinds of He mil be pleased to sec nnd will Shawls Jno J Millet has more bargains to offer In shawls Save your money and call on him oysters at Gallaghers matches are being revived as the popular of the season and to be able 10 spell correctly will be considered as great an accomplishment this winter as it was last year to skate gracefully or play progressive euchre successfully roads are in very bad condition and it is again time for the citizens ways and menus Tor the im of highways Sugges tions thai are entirely when the legislature assembles oysters Select aud Standard at Gallaghers and see the immense new stock of crockery glassware lamps iers etc just received atO M San born Sous folks who have been paying IS cents for butter at retail could have saved money at C M Sous where thay have not charged above 1C cents all the fall BY THE desir ing or laucy sewing nt their hurries can be accommodated by calling on or addressing the under signed Axx 5C4 w Maquoketa and childrens shoes that are comfortable durable neat nnd cheap a Cravens big deal iu plain and fancy dishes at drop prices that beata them all as us ual at C M Sons can show you a line of boots auc shoes and give on them that wil make the average citizen think a calam ity has befallen the boot and shoe trade They are good goods nnd the prices knock the persimmons by Greece before SHERIFFS SALE State o ag By of a general Jrom the office Clerk of ot Iowa in TaTar bl John Joseph E dated 8 1835 and to me direct ed mo at the property of BLogan Jr I or cause to BUSH ol Thirty and 58100 Dol lars Kith interest and costs I levied upon the following described real estate and being situate la County ot State ot Iowa Tiz The sonth half of the quarter cl thB northeast quarter of the southwest quar tet and north five of Uia weat the northeast quatter of the quar tar of section eightyfour north two east of the fifth p ra also eight acres oil north end of tts weat half southwest northeast quarter twelve acres of quarter north township eighty two oast of tho fifth p m And I giva public notice that I shell solo af public outcry at the Court Houso Maquoketa County of Jackson State of Iowa on 27 between tbe hours of 9 oclock a meud 4 p na of said to commence at the p mi of day and I tho highest hidder therefor in cash thd described property or eat thereof to satisfy the with in of Jackson Co Iowa October 27 18S5 Combination Spectacles and corrected and pre served The eyes should be tested by Kings system and not fitted by guess Peddlers eet these goods For sale only by AV H Co 36tf RANCH FOB SiLE leased school in Howard for 2O cat tle 3x6 an of dollars siia cants 65235 payable IB on 63 head of 37 Poland bogs 0 marcs 2 colts 2 2 wagons 1 3 Bet double 1 single harness 1 1 corn planter cultivator 1 harrow 3 38 acies of com 23 acres of com with three rooms corn house apting hog house aheda stabling for ten horses granary and email tools shot gun three dozen and turkeys aU on premises but one mare not mentioned E Propr or of i SONS t Real Estate SiLE Iowa By virtue of a general issued from of the Clerk ol the Court of Jackson State ol Iowa in fa vor of Laura and against Chapman and Martha Octo ber and to me command ing me that ot tho property ol the said Tru man Chapman acd Chapman I or can Be to bo made the snm of Two Hundred and and Ten 55100 Dollars with interest costa I levied the following described estate lying and being situate in the o State Iowa viz The quarter of the southwest quarter and tha half of the southeast quarter of the southwest quarter of section 36 and the east hilt of the northwest quarter of and Weare In receipt of a nice new lot of meus boots ladies and childrens flue and coarse shoes good stock nil war think we can save you money if you make your purchases of us p Ji Sov For Sale One four Pocket combined Pool and Billiard and one six Pocket Pool table of the latest style and as good as will be sold at a great sacrifice For parties lars enquire at 109 E Davenport fowa 41tf Bond 10 cents postage and ivill mail you free a rby oJ valuable sample bbr ot goods that will put you in the way of making more at oaco than anything else in America Both sexes af all will be overrun Thanksgiving fall to Miller and look at his blankets farmers smile broadly over tbe immense corn crop and shed tears of woe as the price promises to tumble The entire stock of dry goods and shoes cloaks and millinery must and will be sold at the Davenport this when you in that line It is the cheapest place In town will and four different makes of cook stoves at Bentley Taylors which they are selling out at cost of the best stock farms in the state of Iowa 1GO acres adjoining the city of keta Enquire or Gro H To Jan 188G 55tf can live at home and in t tne or all tho time Capital not required Wo will start yon Immense pay sura for Co 52yl Bgl tin those who start at oaco Portland Maine Congregational sociable will be held at the home of Mr Alex Cherry on Thursday All are cordially invited to attend SEC A P the boot and shoe maker under the 1st Bank when you new work or re pairing Prices low and work war ranted pens god thimbles gold spec tacles arid eyeglasses at Galla ghers of six smart alecks thought to bust the at once were stricken trom our subscription book last week But thirteen new names were added which leaves EME RY eby giva p offer for Bale at public outcry at tho Court door In County ol of Iowa on Friday between the hoars of 0 oclock a m and 4 oclock p in ot said to commence a the hour of a oclock p m of said day and I trill sell to the highest in the described property or sufficient thereof to satisfy the above Jobt with interest and costs W I ot Co Iowa October 27 2SS5 seven ahead roll and proprietor of the Eldredge House n writing to a prominent citizen ot this Jonathan Piper was in Sa ula on the 2d of Nov and took dinner at the Eldredge House Will you re or will you persist in having he grent bonk agent in Chicago before ind during the election No ised Ha ha Sioux City of Nov 5th says Congressman Murphy is 51 years of ase and his mother who is 73 sat in he audience Saturday evening and isard him for the first time make a speech Ho aays it embarrassed him more than anything lie be fore editor of has been soaped the last cam that he rich and haugh ly Ill bis last paper he snys that he asks 110 favors o any one A business man informs us that it is only of recent date that he has been oble to assume such an independent air He was beg ging favors only a few months ago was customary at one time so the legend goes to punish a liar by boring a hole in his tongue for every lie he told If the offence was punished at the present time iu the same way we know a thing in this in of a very small man whose tongue would soon an old fashioned horse radish grater Hia initials are Jake Bahne Murphy saya that the canal will get au appropria tion the next session of Congress and then ho will feel as if his congressional career was crowned and rounded out This matter has been inade a hobby by the genial congressman and bis industry and pertinacity were nover more strikingly exhibited nor exerted in a better cause He la a stayer in any City Tribune selecting your boots nnd shoes for winter wear dont be with what is shown you from an 8x10 t corner dry goods stuck Cotne to an es a good repu tation on boots and shoes only aud takes pride in showing firstclass stock CRAVENS your at broutt Isbella aud set a number in the you purchase worth of Drawing will take place at their store Jan 1 1SS6 The prizes consist of beautiful entertainment was given at Music Hall last evening by the ius Operu Company the artists were given a warm reception and aud They in a representa tion of Galatea in which the entire company took part The piece the audience nn opportunity of that the company not only contained jroud also astonishingly good actors and Daily April 81833 Will appear at the in kela Wednesday Nov 1818S5 Admission 50 cents Tickets on sale nl tho post office No extra charge for reserved seals Warren laid upon our table some of the finest specimen of Michigan apples we have seen this year Ten of the Gloria six pounds Spys and also mammoth beau ties Sir Clark sot a carload of these apples nnd sold thorn all in n very few days mammoth trade issue of the Clinton A ye is before us It is a splendid paper thoroughly descriptive of Clinton and her commercial interests and natural advantages It is superbly illustrated and as an enterprise great credit upon its publisher Judge E H Tanyer It is clearly printed on book paper and tho double let er boys let e Balls all styles sizes Every pair warranted and none unless stamped on Shoe 53 FOR SALE 3T Dunn Com Props mea out of employment and others their evenings to to sell tbe Lamp ARTIST In the occupied by C Chown to the Odeon Portrait Frescoe Gen Painting 9Hd 5O2w 36 South St Philadelphia Superior work at prices that defy competi tiou orders at res 44U are now ready to receive wood Jrom those who desire to pay their subscription to the NEL in that way Sow is the time We want good hard wood and want it BAD Dont wait Until next July but bring it NQW new hook and ladder house feet has been erected adjacent to the bell tower on the corner of Olive and Pleasant streets The city appropriated for the house and the hook nnd lad der company pay any excess there may be over this 3ST Crane sold to Hunter on Monday last 0 Poland hogs that weighed 2739 pounds an average of 453K pounds at 17 months age For the lot he received per cwt Every one of these hogs raised good Utters of pigs and turned their owner a good profit for the clothing trade in is on the boom goods are sold on the principle of quick sates and small profits Surely competition is ths lite of trade candies at tbe 5 and 10 cent store of cups and saucers also glass and crockery at the 5 and 10 cent store hiver ur korns with Wil kin Kos ud keep m komfortable Buy S B Wilkins Gos Rockford hosiery It washes best Dyes are pure and harmless The cheap est made U C some splendid socks in tbe Wil kins styles or Seldom see any superi I town boycotting of the by certain parties dont succeed worth a penny and the fellows engaged in it will discover when too Jate that it wont pay them in the long end The is recognized as the beat local paper in Jackson county and will NOW as it always has been be true to principle and the Democratic party the actual cost of an election could be ascertained including time spent legitimate and illegitimate ex penses and the loss to business the people would be astonished The vast machinery necessary to prepare for an caucuses the convention the polling of precinct tho ex penses of public meetings of printing ett swell the aggregate fo surprising proportions and amount to a tax upon active instan ces far in excess of taxation for all other purposes print or uot to print is what often puzzles a local expect all thd news but discretion for bids the publication of many items that would be interesting to readers but which would make one to two mad It isnt the easiest thing to steer clear of trouble in a coun try print shop Jokea are considered very proper cracked at the ex pense of other but just keep our names out of print is what all the jokers want and let the people know what you have for sale Torr house may be old and established but the people will go where they can get the best soods at tho lowest prices And the only way to keep the fact that your goods are as good and thai your prices are as low as the lowest before the people is to keep them advertised in your local paper ami you can also in that way assist in booming your own illustration ot the city is grand We un 30000 copies have been printed and the benefit Clinton will derive from the wide circulation of this unsurpassed issue will be great Commissioner Aldrich is in Des summoned to meet a car load of fish he had ordered from Washington Since making his exhibit during the state fair Aldrich has received a great many orders for from Various portions of the state The orders nearly ail call for carp so he ordered 1500 from the Smithsonian to the demand In response the manager tel that he has 4000 of this fish The fish are shipped in iarge pails each con fifty fish and a man is sent with each carload to see that they lack no care that eai transportation The c arp is a hardy fish well suited to Iowa waters and flourish exceedingly well here raising of flah to be quite an industry in many portions of the state and a sood degree of success has attend ed all intelligent experiments in this di rection Piper Is sick In but as soon as he recovers we will about When we read this we were flUed with deepest solicitude lest should be kept away from him by a Ions as sometime attack even good men We feared tnat we might never learn more about It and be doomed to live In distress and darkness But hardly was the paper dry came the press before tho si ad news from from Davenport in our own state is himself and soon will bo with you Then there was hurrying to and fro as the word was passed around to the select few meet me at the Douk er House They met at the Decker House and Piper explained it all to them about the alt about his exploits in Onion Township and at Miles Preston and he marshalled his attorneys and subagents i and how he did it all without ing with our county Ah no we lah us i Co never do anything of that kind We are uniform In do Tho made its chief fight on Ir Stephens 1C3 if the better of Democrats here voted for him and he ran ahead of his ticket in twelve eveu with it in three and be him it only three He cut majority down 337 votes below hat of the state ticket There is notu nr like a strong press for And the result is n grand improve nent on two years ago At that time J Campbell opposed John Hander with n republican vote behind nm of only and reduced Mr Man majority to 3SO or 581 behind the state ticket This year Mr Stephens had 1723 republican votes to him and with the liberal use of and his opponent Mr cou ined to his home with rheumatism Mr Stephens only succeeded with the great est effort in reducing honest Johns ma ta 518 The feels proud of the result and congratulates Mr Manderschied for this improved show ing Strong press the Excelsior Jakey The annual meeting of the keta Relief Society will be held at the residence of Mrs Dr Martin on next Tuesday p rn All are invited sat This week will by the T M C A all over the world as a week of prayer Since 18CG the second week of November has been set apart by this association for this special purpose Last yoar 458 associations observed the week and by many of the organizations it is considered the spiritual event of the year Spectacles and Gallaghers at Chas Dress roods Dress Goods Jno J Miller is the place for any thing in dress goods Any color anj price in fact you cannot afford to him in anything in dry goods To the Readers of tbe Sentinel I do not want to occupy your valua ble time in reading a list of what I hav to sell or a schedule of my prices 1m I have got all kinds of soods with to clothe a man from the lop of hi head to the soles of his feet And as to my prices you look over every othe dealers goods get their figures an come to me and I will not only cale but discount 5 per cent All soor warranted to he as A Married the resilience i the brides parents In this city Nov 1SS5 by R Henry Ksn Mr Thos McCabe to Mis Katie Rice nil ot thi city Cloaks More new cloaks daily J MiY lers No old stock to run off Conn and see tor yourself Prices lower before in the history of thu dry goods An Old iu the Eight Place Thos baa the Palace Meat street from F and is now well pre pared to supply old friends mid acquaintances with ut prices Call mid see Thos uml you will agree us that it is iiii old iu the right Mrs THOMAS is in this eek visiting friends J M was Su u own Tuesday Miss LOUISE WHAT visits friends In Ly ns Clinton and Sterling this week Miss ELIA of Bellevue in our city Monday visiting her rother Dr SHW ot Wis was in own over Sunday visiting his cousin Seo B Hull traveling salesman or the 1 L Mahan store of Clin on was over Sunday Dr H 8 PARTI of Madrid Boone Co owa has been in town for several days mst visiting his parents Mr and Mr Mrs and little laughter of Reading Pa hits ceii her sister Mrs or some days past Mrs Bs husband the Pennsylvania House ome jears ago Prof agent for Ivi icn Blakeman lor New York chool book was in our city Monday holding consultations with Sup Welch at hia office no doubt Mr of the active and influential of in town Monday Tons thinks another weeks have cooked Mr Welchs goose The people had not fairly got their eyes open election day came Mr one of Clinton countys most extensive and successful farmers nas a Monday HP has our thanks fur o January 1SST and he also procured additional reading matter T of A fi KEO iKK D W I Taylor of and B A Spencer of Maquoketa mem bers of the board of supervisors met Monday as the of can vassers to count tu vote for Jackson county Postmaster X Joins the merchant Mr V II o Preston were pleasant callers afternoon Mr will have his new ready for occupancy very Mr says H will P 0 that would be nn to any town
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