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   Humboldt County Independent (Newspaper) - January 27, 1887, Dakota City, Iowa                                WHOLE VOLUME 26 JANUARY DAKOTA DAKOTA CJITY TERN BTAK 1S6 eets In rtjular Hnmboldt Tuesday evening on or befor he tullmoon In ouch AT oclock EASTERN BTAK 1S6 A meets In rtjular Fellows B th O IOOP TRIUMPH mrets Odd every Sutunlay H oWock E WlBEK ALBERT eets overy nltcrnnto Krliliij 1111 menlng A p rim follows at ami to t Becured fe ner wh v the aamo sent in a car make pleasant lifes we join in lmder the cnre of I the genegul expression of who keeps on hand an excellent stock of that hay man and many other old time A call at the bunk of where have the was found busy with two or three nioro cars of stock in view t his many Editor Hiebee was found j for market of Eagle spent A socm ilop nt the hall Friday even tbe past week in thia i lyceum wna well attended on aa it in its j of tna the Friday evening of last Limlley shipped cnr load of fat cat1 from her pleasing 0 subscription The oflico haa a neat Five oclock in the morning saw the last Mart of Fort was in nnd appropriate outfit ot all the of the party homeward town a few daya the paat week attending j tnrlt js needed to do all kinds of work OFFICE IN nUMBOLDT pi IN AD Attorney III tho one door cast of I to that the community It is ful1 sheriff of Palo Allo ly prepared to do all kinds of jobwork well known about here was in and shows as ucnt samples of Higbcos town over Sundav IOWA work us can he found in any The Everyone should Attend the lyceum of the town seem to appreciate A new feature ia to their paper and that la aa it should i tomorrow be introduced in the shape of threeminute on Business seemed to be almost the same nt Over conla at Lndien hooda at Six bars of soap for twentylive conta nt Foley The lyceum is Miss May Jackson went to Kngle Grove llicknell spent at Pi lot Mound with of Fort was do inp leral business in town i of Our thaw has caught haa been viaitini his tho January most gone and Icbruary la n abort llst Our laat wascriticised aomuch through Circle will meet the neighborhood that we partly gave it next Monday evening with Kzzel tho wo arc still living wood at and well although you thought us dead jir o Pntnriaiiiod n com nnd buried 1 One of tho wonders of this neighbor hood who is tho correspondent of Ma youngest child of Sim1 mona nnd wife has been quite ill the past in other n little dull at this sea son of the but with good Attorney Land Iwi complete nMtrnctf of and won In 4n Peoples Hunk bnllrfiirg few We are glad to note that it is on the Lu n sister of once n resident of this ia tlnrnnv llnil at J Her present home a to Inico Of the Dakota Literary of kotn January 28 for Friday 1 W Attnrnoy unit roitnvlor at Law HI at visiting friends out promptly iittondoil Olllce nt corner uf Main an Holl Cull Kcsponse with Mnxiiims Declnumtiou Frank Rowley Knsav Frnnces Ketmnn i Seleriion Chester Brooks i Ti nf tho Iloiieor Lur Collections Will practHo In Slut AbBtrnotH rltten anil now is Hawkins little folks have been quite ill for a few days We News of tho are glad to note that they are somewhat Beam Clins nnd her son linve been quite sick but at the present i time j Yes we will shake hands over tho Da Uncle The two Misa of visited McMahons people las Fri day and The railroad company are digging new wella and otherwise improving their DR Vittoni Oxide or laiuglilng UlnVfirnrni mid All work OOlcoovtir K Cos JJOTFLTVI Teelh extracted wilbo JIncnecMc njipllances lit tlio VAN 11 rownfl of 1218 jj 0 2 nortli of Snninior oust part Calld attended nlBlit IT ilniV M HO PliyMclan 1111 Colo KIGUT Prop Flrat claia llnliil Liver Ion 1 the br pliico at i JA Ontnilly located Stage arrive at til and leave forth Clmiuea Lin nln part of isuphut 11 J71 on tlio gain though yet quite Ladies Society held a dime so ciable at Holdena Tuesday 1 evening of this The occasion was n very pleasant and profitable boy who wants to take hold in earnest and learn the printera trade will find as yet an opening at thia Terms made known on Matilda from spent over a week with her esteemed Rev Brnndslettcrs Brandstetter formerly preached at Day i the ngent nt the ia in Wisconsin thia weel visiting He will return the 1 latter part of tho week accompanied by hia wife who baa been visiting there for several weeks omitted last week to make any mention of the lecture given in the pub lic school of this place by Miss Ida How J Thomas I A successful lyceum wan hold nt iho Music by school Inst night Lnrge delcuu Blanche Hobertson tions from Avery and Humboldt town ilo Grove t Some any d she she iant so Lyceum last evening nt puny of young people very pleasantly at his rooms Saturday Nickson hna jiiil completed new burn on his lot of Iinmys him urr yard nnd is making all Samuel Uolelnls portrait wna tp nwn hihiled on Iho blnckbonrd and tho reel tation by McCullow almost tcarcd i U of in town a couple of dtiya wid taking Frank Jncobs is through thia FCC for Julin Ligmin Tho lion Miowing his new rolling Great Anyone wisliinc a roiling cutter wns do any better than to buy ol Frank in n farmer among We wish f hy the him Soniitt1 ouc lift He uill oon our will noon be Iwhind the begin hii rnunds among Unity club will meet tomorrow even Onnsidprnlite sicknefs with Inntrumentnl Solo MIFH Celia Davis Three Minute Bong Brown Brothers riiii COUS FRY Our remember tbnt tlio rral IIHIIIO nf tlie lunat accoiiipany eauh nnd every communication to thiK Too lain The mercury mny creep to the but wo have plenty of Any one inquiring of HulHs Brown may learn We should be loth to record tho death of any of our neighbors who should be so ranh aa to attempt going to the banks The sudden blizzard of Sunday caueht and Brown in this burg being out to enjoy tho sleiirliing and having left tho children nt Monday afternoon the train took them DAKOTA iiakrii Ou the subject of The lecture j now n iiicrnry Rociety aa well wns highly appreciated by all who heard aa Think of it liadger is organ aection with the t which mvi no more than its juat a Will they now emulate i 111 Thor and tecuro a liternry JOHN MISCKLLAXEO IMIACTIOAI IOWA H Mnmirudiireratitl Dea and overwear nnd rnlibiT and cunfnlly Ri mended Iiy the lateat and bcrtt process Humboldt The Evangelical church had quarter fi Wminln90n hm the meeting here in Dakota Wty hanging Inrnp with crystal pendants Brooks school house over There nt the drug store and Thor John ar TIME ar 7 p m Iv pin Iv 12 M Iv 12 07 IP m lr 11 53 a m Iv 1123nni Iv 111 45 a in Iv a m Iv p Innl Rrltt Uliicago Iv 7 a Iv S 1 a m ar 12 111 in Iv 2 JU p ni Iv 8 20 lira 1 V 3 33 p m Iv 3 53 p in ar 42 p m p m ar a m Acrninndntlon truln Konu at spilth nt FrloRht sontli at Hortli iejjnliir freights cany pi north loaves Iliimboldt 1 wna n large attendance nt both Henu Juehl and from Speich from East were hero attending the quarterly Indies of the church of i Dakota will hold a chicken pie euppsr I in tho hall iu the school It 19 hoped thnt the ladies of Iho place who promised help for tho supper which was to have been held but on account of tho storm was given will furnish for this supper what they promised without turthcr Eagle Grove which has recently come into the hantlf of Frank is the leader lor local and county We dont like to achn but it is true and we hnvo a hatchet and mufct I tell the The Times ia the best son wecured a lately from han purchased it tartn of Ole Oleson and will improve Ho expects to rent tho farm thia year and return to the sucker Coylo j filled tho Mies Hattie Lyon K Q Bullnrd wns in town A Bohemian who works on the section was so severely injured by the kick of a Monday that he wna sent on the pasaouger to Rolfe for medical at Swiers killed the champion porkei ho weighed over 000 Lon Davenport docs a mailing business now a Several cara of coal and one of salt have just been Program for the lyceum Monday even 1887 SonnUy tho for the Dutliiiniiliiin John Stmn jLCHio DrclnmiitiimUfriir Mary Shcri rKcliiiiiiitiiiiiCiioriSO KonnJutIt Duiiinmallin DtichinintiiniBortlin Uucliilnlilioii Corn Ditliimulion ill Lvitty und Uiint A In in f Drohmmtimi Will colds and no doctor in What n Tom of was on otir streets this Ho unya thnt IxDIClMCNDIiNT is a darned good e ia still selling bod Lyceum at the Rustic poeicty Friday voninp and every Iwo weeks A delmie his week but space will not permit tho state but no remove here permanently in tho He has been n temtntof Ivor let him return If he must ANAKCIIY A T 13 T IT1 C local paper in the M Alt J3 Ijili VV U At IV j wc BllllJ to our friend of the nnd nil klnda of cimetery iinjlufiirlli f nil of tiny of Iorbetuiti uud Scotch und Nunr KliKlnnd Sutherland Doraett and Italian Livcrmore aa tho but for Gates takes Iho cako and it is not of the dryest the election of officers nt the First National which occurred as published in the Times last its pop ular young in vited hia colleagues to a sumptuous feaal of doing the honors of mine host like a Homer is probably the youngest national bank president in northern and ia just an efficient aa he ia popular with the patrons of thia fur The ladies of the Unity circle will tirnish to nil attending tho Dialect on ertninment Thursday Ilrtl cents worth ot twentyfive ents wortli of wisdom and twentyfive ents worth ot for twenty five It ia a well known fact that noth except corn is equal to laugh in the production of which being moat natural heat will stirtly bo m ntabo at this Wisdom well stored is always useful and will keep hrough several Tho pathos can be used with good effect in describing Lho hard times antl Kciroity ol to with billa or So do not miiia this but come and bring your wilt and children and get as much of these good things into the family aa A chiinco like liiia may never come tho children will not ho ex pected to carry ofiaa much or occupy as much apace in tho ball they will only bo charged ten Tickets sold at at at Prindlo at Sharps and at Iroutys ing with Kiln Reading from Act Inper on tho by liternry held at tiio high school room every Wednesday even ia It Iniit a largo attend anco and inleriBting 1cika who haa been nsHcciated witli her in the millinery the past left fur her bouift at last It is understood that our nrw pnst will move Iho iJlice into tho east room or iinncx to the rilik when he takes of i At tho Wrijilii January by C lar William of and Jlias Mnry of Reid says to for of is ship ping hay from Hollis Reid have waked up again and are pushing business whilo the sun Everything salable finds a ready mar ket but poor hay cannot be dia posed Our literary society haa struck the lead in their paper and the program for Tuesday is a stop in advance of It is tho dia cussion ot Walter Scott and his lifo and Tho concert hold at tho hall was a grand and reflects great credit upon its The children were thoroughly trained and not a single error matred ita Let everyone intoreat ed m work take hold nnd assist in the future The receipts were rjniiup BntodiWill Uuaolvod Tlnit Tllracco ia Moro to tho rhyicil System tliun Alcoholic Will M Pete McParlaus loam indulged iu a runaway on their way from town last They piled grocer ies and Pete up in bad shape Pete camo out rightsidoup nnd oil with but slight of IClias son of Ben Deceased was about 14 years of The berieved tvill require n united ami stcrnioiis clliirt to teRiiro tho Sioux City North caUrn railroad into or near llmnholdt if it is built and those who aro watching it thould ltt no possible chance Dialect negro with lotn of in which liirmbirsnf iho Band will and many other will boon tho program of the dialect entertainment Elsewhere in thia paper note Iho of the old reliable Sioux City The Journal is the daily for the northwest and the weekly ia in just tho same When you want a re liable city daily or weekly try the Sioux Cily j members of the Alhurt lluwley J081 C AR ro nrrnngo mcnts for a grand camp fire nnd war donco on tho of thia muaic it is pro all in tho interest of the Iosta rcftnce to the statistics of iho two roads hero aa to ahipmentH aa published relativea and invited friends were asscm bled at tho homo of and Jackson on Wednesday Decent yeur A her tho occasion boing tho uniting a Jinco for desi in marriage of their Jessie to Franz a prominent young of The happy couple en tered the parlors to tho nutsiu of n wed ding inarch executed by Kiln Pierce and Kotmos last shows that iho tho ceremony was pronounced by outgoing freights from the two 8aHgnsJ whilo they were standing during 18S6 amounted to 1129 ours wliild underneath an evergreen pendent thc rnceiptu were 1832 This from which were the initials of the groom gives some idea of what a third road and also a anowy white Tho brido has acted an the cor respondent of the Herald for tho paat would havo to compote Marlon Murdock delivered lecture at Renwick on Monday evening parents have tho sympathy ol the entire sound banking Eagle Grqve Queerquill will be enlightened by attending one of the meetings of the stu following paragraph should haypj dents and better able to write upon i appeared in the minutes of the meetj ita It is not a club and wishes 1 ing of the board nf but wasljAno of the power wielded by tho world Renowned Bedford Indiana Murbto lur omitled in the report aa the and haa no reference to the literary so Rustic J have no coniiitcUoii with firm of Uulnoo It Will recoimuuixl iiDtliloir luit Diu liiMt of matcriul u official county papers last In the cent middle men dour i or tit Iriiiii Market B trust INSURE YOUR matter of official treasurer of Huniboldt cume i before the board and asked to buvo the county treasureri bond raised from thir ty to nixty thousand doltnrs and on hia own motion ottered an additional bond aa treasurer in the sum of thirty thousand On motion said additional bond OF NEW YO1 AQAINST Wind ALSO YO UB CROPS AGAINST HAIL UEST Soliciting PAKOTA CITV riTaiHJiu was accepted and Field is now in town aa agent for Logans The Great Con spiracy ita Origin nnd It is a book which should be possessed and read by nil who are interested in tho great struggle in which the author bore so prominent a Field has Wright and Humboldt Grove Comrade Field has been iu Humboldt nnd Dakota the past week giving the people a chance to subscribe for this great He secured a good number of names and is ready to take at Renwick a few days tho writer improved the opportunity to call upon various old Among others we note meeting Van Uncle Jobn the popular hardware Stoddard who wan and one of the We aro aoi man hua been confined 1 and is one nf our In thtirjof lust of which the Times makes 1 new wo extend to them a following mention Tho lecture prospsroua and happy Tho couploj Monday ovening was quite well uttcnd hoVouw or some time past on account of went to their newly prepared homo a few j cd tlle SPVCro The I i hours after the FoUowiuu ia subject John Ifnsa amUIU u list of presents Will Meagher was in Grove last week attending the DivnoOwena Murriiifju Hiimluilin and throughout the entire dihcourse the speaker waa accorded that cloumid ap pitrlor Eugunu Urusli und minniuj precintivo attention which i vote The young men heron bouts look at it us j of two nilviir ucppur and i of uileril Misa Murdock is tlo something ominous to HCO a Livermore iBitlt und Jlii logical nnd the lecture fellow in this Wo let them mother plush ul prosperous merchants of the Lewis wise decision preaiding elder of the held quarterly meetings at the Bohool hoUBO Tuesday and Wednesday A fair attendance greeted him to which he delivered two able ad Stewart and of shipped three cnra of stock cattle from here one day last We understand they enrae from Cornicks near West Uuclo Moses of Dakota Ben of of Livermore and of were callers the past We understand there is considerable among the children near here lately and especially note Keunea and Tantons little We are to note their present im The literary society practically refused the offer of the organ at a rental of 12t cents per night by laying the queu tion on the It is generally thought that ita use would be by members of that club in the literary and as they would not like to pay to use their own orean the burden would iall on a Was it come aa long as they are good A small party of young folka assembled at tho rebidence of Calluhan last Sat urday evening and tripped the light fantastic too until about Divine and Katie Owens were married at the Catholic in Dai pair Will und Lucy McCubti lurgu wan u literary treat such aa wo have sel dom thief eeoms to havo been let kota last After a I and IUOIKU mid wedding Uinnei at the home of tho i loose in to some extent lhe past Among hia deprcdalious are the larceny of a pair of horse from the Wright House barn the second pair stolen from there thia a Hutthn Itolvaduru solf and and Jatkiwii ami ami at which eeycral ot the relativta and Biush silver pickle nnd j of money drawer in friends of the contracting parties were royds meat inurket and the butchering trip to they wil they wi whore the groom has already a cornfor the happy couple atarted on a and of n hog in Lindleys hog yard and ap after whch box of propriating all the eatable portion there vill take up reaideuco in Grove Homer Oliicnuo tnljloj No to the perpetraiors of IhcBO the groom has already a Mlufics Uuttlo and Enmiut crimea has aa yet been found although table home Tho bride was Oardeu miilo Htnnshiny and the searcli haa been the receipiant ot n list of numerous nnd Blaucho Btuveuaou silver cuku B0 in nt lellBt Cllsc yaluiible May their days of uud liogurdun joy be long and la the wish of aud Ocorge Maiden Irulrio tun no nninti silver dt und Will water sut and Will Hull four xilvcr and und pair their many at the Catholic by James Charles of and Maggie Wil of After the ceremony the happy partners repaired to the home of the brides parents to receive the conj buttor Elmtr They not only failed teenis the day when parties wpire to live by hunting and is not gone Some parties making tins theiu livelihood a short time since enciunpled near the forks of the river below Dora silver but lhe ate8 llllve not gratulations of their many friends and where the usual festivities on such oc were duly All who are acquainted with the genial and warm hearted disposition of the groom know that the affection of the young lady which was his lot to win will ever be cher ished nnd her comfort looked after with the interest of a kind While we are but little acquainted with the Claronco ilartugo pearlBhull juwclry much of any game but lust ICftiu Drutib pin Kiln Iiuice toboggan Slurln Chicugo whisk turned to their humble camp to trail it well nigh burned up together with itn broom and plush Clara Tripp feugal They nay tUfiv cloth und crumb brush and John Ken heard Marucgo hunglng Urn tbev threats of such an expwsnce if in trespassing Capron pair wash bowl I anrt uud tuntlug There is lloonu for   

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