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Le Grand Herald, The (Newspaper) - September 13, 1870, Le Grand, Iowa S SsSs -.1 Ci.-jlj i- -NO.- PHYSICIAN' iu tli i'L'lJIiiC.: LeGrar S6MT3.- Oflrei Terns of Subscription u'iil', (is VARIABLY ix One co'nv 1 :v'; tj.ti mo.ltLs i'J 3 morith-i 40 of furaishftl on ap- The ChristiaTi'Montiilyi'Meeting ;oeen7: postponed.-rniutil' Sat- i- ifed sliiiiirbe heads, etc., uxecuieU ______ 5 iu' coimeciiou'with Iwtcl. J. hotel funji.liee 1'roprictor, aK tbsn any TATE.CKSTKt. Vro- Agricnoltiiral Implements, LcGranii, loira- TJ Agent for" r -1-' gOIpP'-'--. GJk Plows, III. Of heni, .that the Booth" ts-Mliding northeast toS.Calvm1 KESOLULIONS OF a meeting of the- Iowa 'Cavalry Aug. respiu- Sanders: for Sie -ie Grand] other .live town has exchange itfs.no. .say dp it.'r.Of Bourse they won't, .taker fsays pf, flies in Mar-: lhali C.o. is 11 j f- bonder-if he. counted them.- M.. iYporhies and- ,0. serlpusly- two but are now -.recovering. "of the wall, under-'Mr. Richards, on .egal __ ,J J J. No 'dram-' shop', t'lnfi i'-il-frri V j i V LeGraud. Where's the JiV town of ijs. size that can boast'of. 10 ILL J111 J L -i V'i: iU ,uoh pure, temperance, rliaria TO WA There.js no demajpftj an'iQstitutibii rof a's-'our' citizens are not of .N-D has ihelis again -m of movers- pass lirough their, .way: west .to .ahorse- cpun- f. W. oprhies -has gone toijthe State Fair at Kepkuk ions were Whereas, 'Clinton 0. Rose, fate B; 2d [owa Cavalry; was killed' wliile ;n route to the'Sblcliprs Ileuniou. death the remaining members' 'of Ills rcgi- men'ffe'el tliat'jtliey.have lost-' a comrade who -was endeared- fco them are. by, companionship of camp and fiel'd, and by. the many virtue's always '.'liiarjced-'iiim a's'worth'v of oiir 'cQnS'deiicei and ;i i love.- S "Eesoived.V Th'at' .'we: eanicstty: deplore liis .'untimely'' Toss', and aged: parents' p'ur inpst'earnbsiE'symprithyS'" iCotoI.'.K. UainnioaiVs audscc largest assortment of .Crockery autl "Glassware ever b'rought to-life also prepared to s material _and put up' '3 wiiraint a At !'iD i Tama Fair h as; rbeen day fin order ,to balloon on, the (third die, 24tli --Dan'i got the premiunifor the t up i" Several meiitaoh- hearing -lately; the necessity of .a. good lare'.well "in --v- e premiumrfor- the: sraona knovrin'g Iiuleo tcjuiti cither bvuote or.accpuntxill pleaseciili at once. I hare ivaited after ai'tcr harverst, and now, gentleiueu up. hop-' i" ".i. R ed tliat fre dug "before i't a'man-has a iTooa. many days. It would be useful in case of tlie au .article rof commece needed by building at Des the.re-uii- ion.- blocks ,-oi marble :frorn sec- tions of tlie State. Among them a sample .froni tli different s'tj'Ics of boots 'imj 'slioci 'jrisfrecielveil'st Benedict's. IJr. Some scallavrag ha 'the .report that "office1 lias "gdne itp." jlf the lovr-lived puppy -ivi 51 cemie j around; and trill send him the fiEP.Af.D one year j ior the small sum of 'Wo don't, deny that our oiiice -has asid .D .Fine Hair and Fine Toilet Snaps :in.l 1'ert'iimcry. 'Agent Stationery, Kerosene Latr.ps.and i 'I--'; f A V .li -into the.frorit room of Ps building, over Bene- dict's store: where we are dom? good job-work cheap, ipr Mr. J. H. Yoorhies lias our best thanks for some splendid grapes of Concord, Clinton Kalen j variety, which he raised in his garden in town. They are the j largest we have seen in tlie west. He also gave iis a cluster of fine i Sam's wide Doininiou. .ip.und' a of firstj-class jfiir.ms .than there is about, dp not covet our, Qfiighbo.rs 'honse, :iipr his maid-scryaut nor liis man-servant, his ox nor'his mule, but ride us through LeGrand in tho street ertis. if wo don't wish we owiied one of tliose farms I- iuluvnU. of Lc Cr.LW1.. is rcuiiy to wort all cana tint may bo bro to his riiill. hiss molasses forsulc. Tliey read, and' instantly they j what they need, .and wonder that they liadrneye.r thought of the same thinir-fcliemselves. .Oil Lanterns. TURE E. WINES" and LIQUORS raspberries that- were raised ou a i L that bears monthly during Uaminer and autumn. Don'b think" pf for "buyers to make, tlie discovery Thousands oT persons xhp would become ypur.customers know that they arc in want- of the article until they read, your 'advertise- ment in the newspapers. EXTENSIVE discover that vou ,have.Precisely J usefulthan Wcbster-s Dictionary. TJie Unabridged is an extensive art-galieiy. containing over three thousand engravings, represent- ing almost every animal, insect, reptile, implement, plnuts. etc.. which AVC know anything about. It is a" vast library, giving intbr- niutipn on almost every mention- able subject It indeed has been tliat it is the most remarkable COMPENDIUM OF HUMAN KNOWLEDGE in our [Household Advocate. '2fptloug since, a'lady of great lariiin' dined at a hotel- in tliis place, when she was offered sugar for her tea. "No. I thank she replied, -'I never use sugar in my think it takes tlie dia- bolical taste off -the JU Ai.r. tlujm.-olyes -i to inc. or the late firm of Hiuuv.ioT.il A Willita. BCY your Hoots and Shoes now. of Ecnwlict irhite bis is fait. p W. HAMMOKP. Goto Bcncliot'i for clothinj rd ladies' dress goods.
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