Daily Liberal, August 23, 1881

Daily Liberal

August 23, 1881

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Issue date: Tuesday, August 23, 1881

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Publication name: Daily Liberal

Location: Lemars, Iowa

Pages available: 1,312

Years available: 1881 - 1882

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Daily Liberal (Newspaper) - August 23, 1881, Lemars, Iowa ,ji*L_- - -r Xhe Daily Liberal. ' ' IS PHBI/ISHED gV.J-JitY AFTEISNOON EXCEPT SUNDAY Second Story Flint's Block. LoWars, Iowa. TEiiJis-Delivured by cniTier or by ' all, 10 cfJi.w per.wedk, 'to cents per raont'o. Adiert/Hlug-Jtetcs miide known on application '' iit the plHce. Xhe yYim^Ly Liberal. IB pnuwsnED tVliliy WEBlJESnAY, A.T $2.00 TBll YEAtt I.KIDV .S: i'lUPriiN, PUBLISIIRIIS, mil) 1� til"'�'��'<;''*�� I'upo)- In northwest Iowa Burglars \yei'o busy in the city Jast � "Zell's Condensed Cyclopedia" is a standard work. ______--- Greer & Co., will build a commodi-oas office at their new elevator. ^ Key. Arnold and F. E. Shaw, Esq., will i^ut down sidewalks shortly. The Methodist Sunday School will picnic in Payn's grove to-morrow. The Evangelicals will put a neat stoopie upon their new church building.'__ jjfayor Woodard mourneth the loss oi a' valuable watch dog. Cold poison._ _ N. 0. Evans, the popular dry goods merchant, has gone oast to replenish liis stock. _ Morgan & Grayson set fire to the second kiln of brick at their yards yesterday. The Floyd ^clTsale Saturday Txaa attended by largo numbers, and prices wore large. Jake Hoeb announces the first oysters of the season. They came direct from Baltimore. It is .greatly to be desired that the city council and the Mayor will look upou circus d,y as a "special occasion," and issiie orders for all drinking saloons to keep open until 2 o'clock in the morning, -------* -o--.-- S. B. Gilljland, the staunch Republican route-agpnt, who is working for SheriiT Hopkins' re-eleetion, was in town yesterday. Cbas. Ainbceight, of Sibley, who will lead the LeMars Band and scrape faces at Koctiig's tonsorial parlors, came down las^ evening. �2lf. Burg, of Burg & Hentges, left ibis p. m. for Chicago and other eastern cities. We need only say that he will buy a fine stock of goods. This morning Dennis Cronen ordered his sprinkling wagon, and next week the streets of LeMars will be kept clear of dust; and henceforth atterwards. _ Ed. Cowan, charged with resisting and sti'iking an officer, will be tried before the Mayor on Friday next. The case was set for yesterday, but was loostponed. Tom Lias, who will probably be nominated to-day by the RopubH cans of the 5th supervisor district for member of the board, was in town yesterday, trustful and enthusiastic To day John Latenser, head clerk at Keichmann's Cash Store, is one of the happiest men in the country. Ho will, this evening, be united in marriage to one of Dubuque's belle's. ---^^9-4;.---.--- . Buchanan now boasts of his having defeated 1. S. Sfcnible, the Republican nominee for representative two years ago. He will defeat the candidates nominated this year if it be possible. --- W. M. Lorimer writes from Kansas that the mercury indicated 111 degrees in the shade there, right along. Kansas is' a delightful State, for crops and weather and simoons and grasshopperrs and drouth and torna-doQB and prohibitory amendments and drunkenness. Vol. l.-No. 187. LeMars, Iowa, Tuesday, August 23, 1881. Price-Five Cents. Philip Ruddin, the little Irishman who lives one inile south of town, is lying dangerously ill at his home. I'hilip suffered from a sunstroke early in the summer, and was just recovering from the effects of that trouble when he was taken with hemorrhage of the bowels, f roni which it is feared he will not recover, The managers of the Republican party have missed their opportunity. I'here is in the Democratic party in this county a large element who are desirous of defeating the Hopkin-Bu-chanan clique, and this element sliould have been recognized in the call for a eonv(jntion. Every J)emocrat in the county whp will vote against the "ring" tick^ii, ought to have a voice in toaking the nominees for whom they �will he expected to vote, and the committee could have invited sjich without sacrificitig any prjaciple. Reuben Loew left on the Central train yesterday for Chicago, where ho will purchase the firm's stock of fall and winter goods, after which he will go to Michigan to arrange for large shipments of apples dm