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Le Grand Record (Newspaper) - March 9, 1888, Le Grand, Iowa VOL. III. GRAND, IOWA, MARCH 9, 1888. NO. 37; A T .T You will luul the largest slock of papcv in the city at Uiiuu.vs it VOWKUS, Nlr, Bibbius look advnnlam1 of (lu> luw prices last fall, and bonghl rolls before ho sumod Tor' California, which: enables thr.mi to bo, hotter able lluin ever lo satisfy ihoir customers. lii'd i''rlilny Dr. C'luw. LJS CIKAND. A t'L'l.l. STOCK AT IJIBIJIXS A PO.WERS, No, Main Slroul, Iowa! N.'C. HERE WE ARE! II. II. N. Messenger Son, Estate To TUU Kl'M'i'HI.lCANSOK 1 Nfi AKSIIA C'OUNTV, I OWA You niv lioivhy nolilio.d that on the lOlli day of Mmvli, IH.SS, at Dillim, iu township thorp will In- a re- publican primary olociioii for iho purpose of seU'Otiug to attend 11 county convention to be lu.-ld nl. iUar.slmlltown, Marshall county, Iowa, cm (ho I Till day of .March, J8HH, lii select dt'lognlrs to SmlLlt.b'nys It fs tho I'oimdniion of a' wit. Suppuslitg thruo ttcgruos of ovo liitinn, 1 Hiilnuit tliiiL punning is the loast evolved system nf joking, Um la ovulnid out nf pimiiing; am Unit hmnur is ovulvcil DHL of wit .Hvory.body has lieard of Svdno> Sinitn's It rermiW.s 'a surgical lo'got, a joko iuio tho Jioad of a1 ScDl'iilsiniin. .Iltit lit spoke The Scotch liavo a great appreciation' ol thosn liijihly-ovolvciK jocosities dis- pliij-itig iho humorous, 'although, no loubt, a scorn of simple, lowly- nrolvod jocositios, as jilnys on It is <1 t.o, form a" eon- of ii .Scotch piinslor. Yofc I mva hoard an Ahonionlan, !i pliysl- :iau of Worlit-vviilo ropiitntion, mako a Jim. f, is ivoll worlhy of Lhc psy- oliologist's atl.oiitioii. I soriotisly iijeiii) thai thu analysis of pirns u .simple way of-foogiiuiiiig llio mcMiodieal anal- ysis of tlui process of normal nnd ab- normal montal.ioii. This, L think, J can easily show. Vision is sluro in a iioiifiu it, is slightly ili for tlicro arc disslmih images, although tlnjro sooms to b bill ono o.xlonial ohjisct, as wu e.all i To borrou' l.lm torn wo can say that mentation is "sture ahvays siibjoct-objuol-, a though of tun speak of il; lis sing of etc.) Ju as llioro is visual diplophi, sso Ihuru i "nuiiital oi1, n.s it, is eon inonlj' called "doublo coii-scionsncss I come back (o punning. 'U all have "mtmlaUliplopia" vvhcii lioa ing thu answer to a riddle which dc ponds on a ia a littlogh not ii littlo -Answor: "Wlio shu is a litLlo horse Th fonblo uinn'se'inenL wo have in" slightly morbid mental state thus in iluccd IK from flic incongriious olu moiiLs of -n "montal ibplop'ia." -The uonl "hoiii'sc" rousos. in us Lhu ulu: .of a littlo girl who has ookl, am tho sjimc-souiuliiig word "horse1 rousos in us tho idea of a Shelf and Heavy Hardware, Groceries. Pumps S Wagon Stock Always on Hand. Tin Roofing and Spouting a Lowest Prices. Everything in Our Line Sold at BOTTOM FIGURKS. I'HOl'HDSTOll OF LeGrand Meat Market, sit; tho same time.. We havu Uiu .soiisul'ioii of coinplulo vcsuin bianco Lliu sense of "vast dill'ur- cncu. Hure is, I submit, a naricature of thu normal process1 of till nniiita- tkm. Junk-sou w Itynt-lar Science Monthly. 10 od number of promises, of pati'on- Humor says that, tlie amount was over .and that it all furnished by Mr. L. Scott, millionaire congressman from cnnsylvanm, and confidential friend Cleveland. The Oklahoma territory bill, now mliiig before the is being antagonized by the friends oi; a sub- stitute Svhich provides for n'egotiation Tlicrc is a boy in YonktH'S 7 years of who can blow by ear any Lin horn in 1 u market. Mr." Albert von Koni-jsbm'gor a c.itizun of this country, lias :i little claugliKu' 10 years of iigo'w-ho rououtly playc.il the hose on the piano, eiitii-uly wuhoiiL notes. with the .Indians takitig seHsinn of part tiM'H Tbe preKJdeiit "j-j-i.t a.-i po A 10-inoiitlis-ohl baby in Augusta, Ale., erics hystcn-iisully every time alio hears "Sweet Violets." Sueli critical is wonderful at this ago. boy. Chai-lcy Hoflen- burjr by name, a lad of (5, can play one of Chopin's so Limb Lho musical enthusiast' can not toll it from the "Boulan-rcr March." It is saiil of Wagner tluit wlion two week-sold lie yollcil three acts of "Siog- fried" in an evening. A member of the snnior class at Vassar College plnyuil the "Battle of Prn.ii'ue" .from' .beginning1' to end 17 tiiin.'S'in n half hour last 'i'ue.sday iiin1.: Tl'ii.s beats the record by seven Fine Stock of Fresh and HIGHEST CASH PRICE Cured Meats. FOR CATTLE, HOGS, AND TALLOW. WAGON MAKER. Carriages and Wagons Made, Repaired and Painted. General Job Work Done cm Farm Machinery ruid Blacksmithing. LEGEAND, IOAVA. O 'EC. Is at it again this fall selling more goods for less money than ever. Hiii new clothing for M E N B 0 Y S, A N D C H I L D R E N 'Makes an extraordinary this early in the season before the. slow ones get wakened" up. "You can Buy the Clothing You, Will Want Right here of me. I waut your trade and the prices I can afford .to make will Kettle the que's- tibu when'you see the goods. See O" II. HOLE; The Clothier and Furnisher, Oi'l'OBITE X, IOWA.
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