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   Humboldt County Independent (Newspaper) - February 17, 1887, Dakota City, Iowa                                DAKOTA FEBRUARY JOWA VOLUME WHOLE SA8TKRN BIAK LOD88 HO 4 tn regular Fellows HiimboUlt ewnlnf on or before fall moon tn enoli ATTX oclock TKinMPH at Odd IPellowi1 Ssturclsy WEBKII ALBERT 198 meets every alternate Friday com mencing January nt n Ilum OFFICE IN HOMBOIDT ATTORjniYAT LA IV IOWA 7V IN Attorney at tbe one door ot Woplos n Attorney at Law and Lnud linn complete title to all landt and town low In Humboldt onke In Peoples Bank lia Attorney nl at Attorney ana Unmboldt oonnty UmHo making ont and all attend ant upon conveyanco of and transact all buil neu connected with his Collections will bo promptly attended OOlce at corner ot Main an t1 of the Pioneer Land on am DAKOTA Trains currying paiwcnfcers nin ai follows At Da1 kotn City Pawenger Passenger Freljlit 0 M Freight west and to the Lyceum tomorrow Fri day of was in town Monday May Hegarty spent a few days in Livermore last of was a caller at this office on Thursday Franklin returned last Thurs day from a short visit at wns a somewhat buisy day for our The town was lull of of visited frienda in Humboldt and Dakota over Robinson went to Lu Verne He expects to be gone two o iree Browns Miss Lo from New York is visit ig with we do not know inch about it so we will keep still till it Heather returned last week and homas last Weaver was well represented xt Oil more last Tuesday of the Pioneer an s Collections am loans Will practice In and Federal Loans s Gos A NOVELTY I Teeth extracted without pain by Kiel appliances at the Irhtal i It W18 Hould 2 blocks north of Summer Avpnuo liv oast par of attended night Physician and Surgeon Physician and Sur Colo WHISHT C Prop First class ST JAME8 Hotel Lin ol Centrally located lu the business imrt o Stages arrive atthishousefrom St Josephat 1 and leave for the 2 da Charges DAKOTA Burel Good sample Freo Bus and bi gage wagon for the use of Good livery In co neotlon with tbe JOBN PRACTICAL SU1WKYO DAKOTA Mauuracturor nnd Dealer In Boo and overwear and rulibur R promptly and oiirefully Rubber goo mended by tlw latest and best Charges aw Humboldt TIME COUNTRY Our correspondents mntt remember hat tho real name of the writer must accompany aoh and every to tills Jolliff and Hopkins and de nied by Eich and After a splendid discussion of n couple of hours the judges rendered n verdict in favor of tho The Sioux City corps of enlgnoers sur veyed through here a couplo of weeks The survey strickea Wacoustn near the southwest corner of section then angling iicross the northwest corner of Rcction then east near the center of There wns quite a Quaker meeting 23 and then through Dela Thomas Campbells last Monday evening T We are sorry to hear that Miss Hattie Seaver is ou the pick list we wondered what took you to Clnre so We have found out and we wish you much and Miss Ada and Shermy from their visit at Man son last Frank Hanes and lamily have gone to live at Everything sold well at George Wal ters Cadett is a boss auction He makes folks pay lor what they It will pay any woman or child to go and see the Mngic The pictures arn good and the showmen Frank Hanes and Mike Him there must be something worth seeing at Humboldt when you will walk nine miles to WEAVER ar 7 A3 v i1 an 7 30 a in ar 7 15 p 8 10 a u IT 3 15 13 80 p m Iv 1254pm IT 12 07 p Britt 2 32 p m IT 3 20 p m lr 11 53 333pm Iv i 3 D8 p m IT 10 45 n Dodge t 42 p m IT a p m Iv p a m Accomodatton train north loaveg Uumboldt south at Frleght trains south at North All regular PORTB0BGB MARBLE llunufacturoa and Handles all kinds of cemetery and marble and of any material that IK Scotch and England Sutherkotl Doreitt omes out Ladies Aid Society recently aid toward lifting the debt ou 10 and more to and Walt Brown and tYright returned from their trip to New York State the first of this of the best business lots of Da for sale cheap by roceeds to apply on the church of Grove eft for New on Tuesday le expects to remain there for some Our readers will notice elsewhere in this issue the program of the Teachers Association to be held in Febru ary of late o Humboldt will try his hand as Satanic Majesty of the INDEPENDKN the coming the bean supper anc war dance the 22nd of this nex Tuesday A good time will b had and dont you forgot of was one of the INDEPENDENTS callers Tuesday of this He will sell out hisstock and implements and move to of Grove has bills out advertising a sale to take place on February at his place one half mile west of the Dumphey school surveyors of the Sioux City and Northeastern railway passed through the two towns last An account of the route in this locality can be found in an other and Gold are rejoicing with great joy on the advent of a young daughter at their si nee Tuesday ol this Sid you know how it is with The ladies of the of Da will take pleasure in providing noon lunch in the school house lor those attending the Teachers Association on Saturday of this ladies of the church wil hold a mush and milk sociable at tb residence of on Mon day February All com and have a good Saturday ovening some seventy five or more of tho people of the tw towns went down to Jones plac south of town to enjoy coasting on th hill prepared by Lane and Jone A very enjoyable time was had and th two gentlemen deserve great credit to their painstaking in the preparation of From the of Humboidt tarried n our midst Ed Felton took u trip to Fort the first of the n relative of the Bendix en made them it visit last Will Mulholland went to Humboldt and reported rather ft cold time on the homeward Cbarlton and of dropped in a few moments Miss May of is a guest of tha Edington family this Tischenbnniier returned Sat eays he went to Bendixen nnd wile are visiting friends ut Goldfield nnd Eoglo Grovo this EiiistmiiB snys he has big limes when the old folks aro Tom who hits been clerking this winter at Mulhollnnds resign ed his position and returned to the a stock of Hum was hero tho first of tho week and loaded two cars of cattle that was deliv ered to him Tifiany him sold his building to Beers and will now occupy Wai laces We wiah to say that wo made a mistake n regard to the meetings in our sst weeks they meet every first nd second Saturday in euch Colder now since In our lust we ment Berkley wits na on to chief en is n Sioux City Assistant State quarran lined the horsrs of Kichmond and The snid horses reported to have glanders and Richie returned from Wisconsin last We recently learned thnt Wm White will soon move Into his house now occupied by Carpenter made a Uip to Gil for a his little boy being quite Smith cave awny n horse for th sum ot one hundred and fifteen dollar to and Miss Jennie Convera from near Sundayed in town visiting old friends and J Hopkins nnd Coffin is reported to be th author of the golden In wrat think of The mot at Billings Satu day An interesting prograrr was Adjourned to meet a Hongs Saturday evening Febr nry The nnticipnte a grand liin Thursday at the Marc Dont fail to bring your Wind in the south and Ferris and wife returned from their ip report a good time and plenty Davenport will continue to do nniness in the much to the sat Faction of his many friends and the ublic in The oyster supper given by the Ladies 1d Society for the benefit of the lurch was a Net proceeds jout twenty one of our con iinplntca a removal of his worldly goods o the city of im All sorry see were plenty on the White was at home over Sun are visiting at Har Clara Berkhimer is vial ting in town this are some indications thnt we will have a spring the Bradgato was in town one day last Moulton will occupy ttie Congregational pulpit next Marvins family rejoice in the advent of a new daughter to their Knowlcs was up from Hum I see bylboldt our ifsue of the 10th thnt we were Club meets tomorrow evening reated to an eclipse of tho moon on Tuoswith Whitmore at his rooms at lay Will you please give a more extended nccount as I do not find it public school lycoum will meet tioned in tho medical tho hiehonce n two for the remainder st authority I have at Docs Of jjjfl Ben80Ili t not seem strange that we should have MM L F stnrtcd Qn Monday two eclipses of the moon in twenty four L her Terriloryi whtle lours Yours Will Marquetts smiling visage is once joro seen on tho main streets of our Mad to see Billy but Oh here is she Of course you llth Try tho toboggan slide and you will see another ATTENTION The World Renowned Bedford ID d tana Blarble for Rustic I have oa connection with the firm of Delopo Broa Will rocouwtiud nothing but the beat of material and guarantee satisfaction te my Uo 20 per eent middle by galoiroam on Lemp one oor north from Market street Dodge Mending to build a new He vill start to put it up Kenuey will build on 31 in tend of 3 as stated in our It DeGroote to trade with ome of tho boys and make them sick of heir Eobcrt Enpple is a grass his wife was culled her being Eapple goes to Humboldt and itnrts to keeping house there Poor Ben ho mutt have quite n time wih his Alice on wash days when she jets on her you are old enough L should think to hnvo some important business down There wns a good turn out nt Eutlnnd on Wednesday evening last at the oyster supper given by tho Ladies Aid Something like 18 Good many have to buy hay to last them Nothing like putting up lots of GHETCHEN Quite a number of ynung people gat erod nt tho residence of F Tho niirht wns games nnd An oyster supper was provided of which thirty seven par took All report a jolly Oh Foihcxim dont listen to those ransical wedding bolls that aro ever so near nnd yet so because Muthinks yon urn hivenick Mnrtlfrd you would lilui to bo Then 1 no IIIHK complain About u IbuB ensy Miitbinks you nro a louuly ruttKini tor it cooing mute But wuitinc for wiinu irully girl To lot us noal our Or a biitcholor you Bctict with triitlo complex llut dont you tho remedy Tia imioiif fairor Tlien a fair no anil ftud To und your mournful And to tint Ihluk llmt Im unkind Whuu 1 tell yon not to Weather moderate with now nnd then a snow storm E our popular grain merch is still on tho look out for the dollars and He is buying everything and anything ft farmer hits to sell and Blwnyn pays the highest price for hogs and she expects to spend tho Snaie of ar rived on Monday to make a vlnit with tho Misses Murdock and other Loomis and from aro visiting with Hew letts family of whom they are Baker has extended hU business trip which we mentioned last week and is now taking in New York and Tremain and Hugh Rlekard are preparing for the State Agricultural College at They intend to go next Baflbrd will occupy the desk at Unity church next Sunday morn ing and Subject of evening lecture Prison very noat new business directory of the town has been It will bo placediin the post office as soon as the same is transferred to post master Garflold went to Fort Dodge last from there ho goes to Oalhoun To properly celebrate this national hoicounty to dny try jaw Buit in which day Albert Rowley Post will gampie ia ono tue parties inter tcrtaiu all its friends at its Post rooms in on Tuesday Febru nry next A sup everything that could be done for the en of about halfpast ten Weather somewhat Will of is staying with his and is attending school A good time is reported by those who attended the euchre party at Bar tholomews Inat Friday The people of Grove nro looking for ward to the building of a railroad through Stephen Nelson received a blow Irom the latter poitioii of on the proboscis which landed him in the snow up to his but fortunately 110 lives were Jolliff was in attendance at our llleniry lust Tuesday evening and gave us n glorious speech and made the judg es believe tho steam engine was more useful to mankind than the printing Thoro wits n donation party at JolliffB lart Wednesday evening for the benelit of Proceeds amount ed to about Everyone hud a very nice time uud think thnt if we wish n good time iigaiii wo will know where to Notice Gygers stock sale on the There will bo a donation and oyster supper at the residence of If ing for the benefit of Uodeiiham on Thursday February All are cordially invited to come and help to make it The literary society will enter tainment for the benefit of tbe society on iTiiewlay March at Reids per for which 25 cents will be songs nnd campfire talk without while those who desire to keep step to tho dulcet strains of the Quadrellc Band will be accommodated ut n small price per Irojrmm of tho Tenchers Association to be held in February to begin at ten oclock The Teachers Re sponsibilities A Frank Bel Introductory Lessons in Class Temperance Instruction in the Pub lic Belle j Moral Instruction in tho Public Miss Lillie Willim Miss Jennie latest advices in regard to the new railroad show conclusively that here next Hope they wont bo The party adjourned i Blood gave his promised enter in the Cullabnu school house Monday consisting of a lecture on the late Civil iplendidly illustrn ted with colored and interspersed with comic noted rKOGKAM INSURE YOUR PROPERTY Wind ALSO TOUB CROPS AGAINST HAIL jrjHONKSTV IS TUE BEST Soliciting Of the Dakota Literary of Da kota for Friday February 1887 Music by Washington Fairmait Ketmnn Hegarty and Lucy Ketman Fairman Beam Lyon Practical Lillie Turner Bong with Guitar Wesley Thomas News of the Miniou Boor Voeal Brown Debate That man has done more for fame than he baa for John Affirmative Muaio by PER It was well received by the Hudi WACOUPTA Borthwick will have a sale at his place February Those who wish to purchase some good heroes would do well to Some of our farmers have been hauling coal the past week from Uilmore am think it profitable by the ezra quality and The donation at Jollifls last Wed oesdny evening proved to be a success ri naucially and Eyler will hold meeting tbi week at the McKnigbt school Prichord reports having had a pleasant time at the Ice The society has a full hous every The question discuseec last That Prohibition should be Tho Bradgnto Literary Society have cided to give an entertainment at leids Tuesday March bribe purpose raising funds to pay or the ball for the winters UBO and nil other expenses nnd have prepared the ollowing program Vaimorn Comic of Uunr ucteru of Jobn Characters Belitj Fo VanHorn Mow COBIUIUO Clypey Cuarnoteiii Chur auletu Mury White Florence Ilutcblnson Kiln Wood llurtlm Bong nnd Charactere Bich and Avery u Oharnctera Fanlomlue In Charao Tho Teachers Heading How 1 Why Symposium by several The Teachers shall it be Talk by Tho most urgent need of our paper by No limit of time is set for the exercis es us it is expected that each paper or ex ercise will be followed by a general dis It is hoped that each teacher will come prepared for a profitable par ticipation in tho exorcises JOHN Humboldt will get the road and with al most equal certainty point to Kenwick as tho next important junction on the This will mako a line from Pocahontas county very and bring it through a country of splendid wick Rino returned Friday last from a prospecting trip through western Nebraska and He has strong symptoms of a Kansas fever but the many friends of himself and fuinily still entertain hopes of his recovery in time to retain them as tho important part of Huniboldts business and social population that they have been for sever al of our charming moonlight evenings of the past week have been im proved by our young people in toboggan ing at Glen Quite a number show bruises and bumps more or less se rious but the unanimous verdict seems to bo that the fun bus richly paid for all such little The well known hospitality of Qlen Farm ia fully iulized on theso as all former Adumt We hope to see a goodly number pres ent and assure you that you will get At Albert Rowley Post are in dead earnest about their campfire on the 22nd of Tho following committees have been and others will be at next meeting COMMITTEE Adams and COMMITTEE ON PROVISIONS Christ Jehn John H Cruik Locke and B COMMITTEE ON QUABTETTE MUBIC COMMITTEE ON DANCE AND DANOE Fairman and B COMMITTEE ON Commits ioned Officers of the made a Political affirmed by Mew your moneys Tbia in no bum Tbreo good bortcn Jor wile eight co for Ley Hum 1 LSinoLDT J lu tlio Dlelrlct Court of Huiaboklt County tnle of lowo liy virtue of a special execution from tho fficu of tho CUrk of tho Dintrict Court of ImnboUlt titnte of in fuvor f ClriUHh nmiaimlnst Collins nd Januury nil to ma conimimdinK me thnt of be property of the said Jolllns not exempt dom execution iK lieru uafter described I umko tbe suui of one imidml nod twentjrnlna nnd five one him IradthD 06 and 1 levied upon ttie folluttlnK iltBoriued teal lyluc unil being eituated In the County of of numo to wit Commtnclne at two hundred and wo 202 feet lue Mfst of tbe aoutlieaut cor ner of lot seventeen 17 lu block number twelvj In the town of Liver Humboldt anil thence cunt one hundred nnd thirtytwo 132 hence mirth oue hundred nnd forty 140 thenno west one hundred and thirty two ISli and thence south ono hun Ired und forty 140 lent to ttin place of And I hereby give public notice that I ehall offer for ut public at the court h iime m Dakota County of Eiumboldtand State of on the M day of 1887 between the hours of nine oclock and font oclock of said sale to commence at the hour of 10 oclock of sold day 1 will eell 10 tha highest and beat bidder In the above described proper or BiiHlclent hereof to uliefy the above with Intercut and unrt that the property BO sold It subject to Dated thin 2tHb of Sheriff ot HumbolUt V   

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