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   Daily Liberal (Newspaper) - March 24, 1882, Lemars, Iowa                                Vol. 2.--No. 41. LeMars, Iowa, Friday, March 24,1882. Price-Five Cents. THE DAILY LIBERAL, KVKWy DAY JOXOCl'T .SL'NIUY, Skconm) Stouy Coinn-.N lii.iicK, I-k.^lAits. Ti:it.M�i:-l')i']ivi'Tcil ^>y ciiniin- m- by uiiiil. 10 cfrits per neck ; II) cciilw ih'i- iiionlli. THE WEEKLY LIBERAL, IS i'i:iii.isiiK[) EVKKY WliDNESUAY   AT *;i.(Kl PKR �S' ICA K, >Viul fontiuns niovc   local news lliaii iiiiy otlicr i)ii))L'V ill Noi'lliwcsHo\v:i. Jiiuu's AI 1(^11, (jl'Sciilcs Moimil, IDs,, is in the city. Mr. Allen is an old iiei|Uiiiii(-iiucc ol'our hnvnsiiuui, M. i\L Tieniey. Oeorgo Avj;o will he home,to-morrow. Doii'fc l()ri;(!t the concovt this evening. Suloons in Einniirtshiiri;' sell wliisl;y ! -For :i eiivjiet go ti|., lias measles in his iwJaniilj'; and by measles is meant measles, \ not sinall-po.x. '     .Jos. p. l.amh is now in  Walkerville, �� Page county,   ile has not yet recovered from liis illness. Some bilarions cuss l)roke one of the large panes of gla.ss in Bowman's land ofnce a night or two since. -Koinan waxed licads are vfry fasliion-adk for ladies toilets, tliey can lie iLmnd at Kluckhohii, Loew (! aiiis ns to learn that 0. H. Manning, of Carroll, is "mentioned" as a  euiididalu . ifor Congress from this district.    The jiieii-� mioii come.s iudiruetly from Maimiug's pro-pertj-, E. R. Ha.stings, iiostinaster. The M'isconsiti Hou.se is closed for the present. It will be put in tirst-elass shape and opened by the owner, Mr. Tierney. The Sion.K City .louriial is now building about three railroads per week, all of wbicli liave tlieir western terminus at Sioux City. The stock .shipinents this morning were six carloads hogs P. P. Daltoii it Co. sliipiicd four ears; K. M. Tonilinson two of cattle. -F. A. Seaman lias a new organ, with desk top, for sale. It is a ne^v departure- snmetliing elegant. It's a desk and organ combined. l]-2t Clias. A. Spring, E-sq., who is bunting in Kansas, writes to his father that liis party got one linndred and seveiity-tive gee.se, and lorty ducks in a few hoiir.s. They are in the vicinity of "NVieliita. Mayor Lawrence says that the new ordinance ill reference to the .sale ol lj(|norto persons who arc given to drunkenness is already lieing nuide nse of by/Ttliose who are injured by the bad luiblt.s of their friends. The ininiigration boom eontimies. T'his mcn'niug Sparks FcatlaM-, of Buchanan, Vermont, arrived each witli a carload of household goods and live-stock; ami P. K. .Stielle, of "Waterloo, with stock and hou.si'-hold ell'ecls. Felix ^^eJIalms bought two .steers from Brother 1. T. Gilbert on AVediiesday. and when.]h'other Gilbert ciiiw-iislied on the tran.saction Mc.Mamis wickedly called him a hypocrite and a fraud. ^^^len such outrages are iieviiiittcd is it any wonder that pure and nndefiled religion doesn't prosper? I'^ir the lirsttiinc in iho uieniory of the oldest inhabitant the "Des ^roines Leader and Kegister joined in tryihg tw (dect a city ticket in Des Moines at the recent election. Tliey both siipjiortcd Wyman for mayor, who was the loivcst candidate of the three who run. To-night the. Hwedi.sh Lady Quartette will appear in the Hall, and judging from plat, the .seats will all be oecnjiied. The ladies cimie to LePilars highly reenmmi'nd-ed and they will doubtless give an enjoyable entcrtainnient. Fmilie Gavin, tbe dramatic reader, will give s('vcral selections. There Seems to be a iiuestion in the minds of .some, as to the legality of .^h. Koihler's aiipointment-to take ^Ir. Sleiiier's ])laec as trustee. One section of the Code empowers the Council to make sneli ap-pointmi'iit, while auotlier says that a new election iiiiist be called to till tbe vacancy. Our new Council, not wi.sbjng to do auglit but what is right, will at the spt^'ial meeting Monday evning call a special election for the. above purpose'. Mr. ICiebler should and no doubt will be cndor.sed by the pco-jile. Hi.' )>iils fair to make an excellent working member of the city board, and the tax-payers will best serve tlieiv interests by .seeing that he is returned by a unanimous vote. ------ -.(.- Sheldon is full of fools. .\ gentliMnan was in that village on AVedne.sday, and .spoke of taking the train for Li---Mars. He was at once .set upon by the niiiconqioops who make up a part of the "))ig four," and advi.sed against the step. He was told that the town was being aliaii-doned by everybody rrho could get out; that deaths were ocenfring bouilv, and that a pal! of gloom had litllcn upon the .Stricken city. Tliey further .said that trains nuM-cly stopped long enough to throw olf mail, but tliat passengers were not ])er-init li!d to get otf or on the train. The gentleman came to LcMaiw, however, and Ibuiid every hotel tilled to oveWlouing and he was oWiged to .sleep on u cot. He has a better opinion of LcMare than he. had be-Ibre reaching here. Gateway Jewelry Store! C. W. L. TROTTNOW, PROP. Watches^ Clocks^, Jewlry, Silver and Silver Plated Ware, Spectacles, etc. REPAIRiriG RECEIVES PROMPT ATTENTION. FINE WATCH WORK A SPECIATY. Engraving by haiid and machinery. Goods purchased from me engraved free of charge.   Hotel goods at special rates. Plast side Main street, three doors south of 6th, LeMars. la. SIGN OF 81G WATCH AND SPECTACLES. Peter Garrison, -lleiilor in- FRESH TUB OYSTERS! At the Plyniontli Meat Mnrlcet. {'AiTtf FOR A CLEAN SHAVE -GO :i'0- KOmm's BARBEE SHOP First door cast of Plymoutli Co. Iliinlt, Sixth S'rnKKT,      :       :       LkMaiis, lotra. l-'owler Seaman says he wciitsecurily for a young fellow at Ivo'uig's harlu'r shop ;i few days since and now tbe .said young fellow is buying peaiiuis, gum-drops, <((�., and having tliciii cliiTt^cd (o his benefactor. � I'^owicr is willing to jiay for the necessities | of life but he cannot lie responsible for any i luxuries. Will the Deacon jilea.se take i liccd V K. T. Keim, general nianagi-r of tlu^ Iowa and Minnesota Telephone coiii)iauy, yesterday consulted ivitlillu! mayor-and members of, the C'ily council .'ind i'rom them gaincil permission to erect poles, lines, etc, "for'ati e.\chcinge~ ill IhTs "(Tfy? after" whicVi" be made a partial canvass tor subscribers with gratifying results. AVorkmeii will ar- j rive ucit week, and if the ground is in proper condition tbe jioles will be ,set .'ind lines stretched immediately. \'\)0]\ Ihe completion of the work here aline will be run to Sioux City by means of which for ;i very small sum our citizens can converse with the people of The metroiioli.s. That Jjc^lai'S will Jind the leleldionc a great eoii-vcnieiice thercf can he no i|uestion, and while the rental seems large-Ibiir, dollars [ler nionUi-it ivill he a lu.vury that once en.ioyed will lU'Ver volunlaril.y be given up. � t,-^.........- Dr. IIacl; e open on Suniliivs.jy;? janlT-'Sl �.,;.. KIK.NK;, I'Top. S.'N. HYDE/ ' CONTRACTOR AND BUILDER! Special atti^ntiou irieen to inaeliiubr.v at wliicli tie lias liad lonn' exiierience. foimo lit D. W Mars. Iowa. work. Can lie 'J'owiifJenrt'n "liniilier oltiee, .l,f- m nm m m mm -(to TO- DIETRICH'S CITY MILLS, LE MARS,IOWA Manul'aclurers of FLOUR, FEED, CHOP Com Meal, Plaster, Etc. ^\nil Dealers in GRAIN OF ALL KINDS. The New Process Fiour iiaiile ar the (.'it.v .Milt- i.'< |iriai(MMicecl liy a.ll wlio haveil trletl il as of tlie liiphe.xt noalily. 11 eoii-laiiis all tlie streiiKtli hihI purity of Uie wheal. Try one saelc of tills tlonr jind you will aUva.i's use it.  Solil by all ti'i'oeers. JOHN G. Market (Norris' old stand.) llain St., I.eMar.s, Iowa. Wholesale iind lletiiil Dealei- In PBOV Oil, m li SIONS, SALT, ETC. Ail Goods delivered in city and to depot free of cartage, HmPEICS PAID for BUmR and (jencral .Agcnl of AGRlCyLTUMl imimci^d, oldest machine di']iot in tlie town. \\'e .solicit an examination of our goods, and comjiari.son of<])riees with other dealers. Plymouth   Meal my.'-kei ,si:.'v'|'ll S'l'UKUT,     -      -      -      l.e.Mars, la. |.Xe.vl Io Dent's llaiiU.) Kinds o.i- l''resli and Salted ' S.U'S,\(iK, I'OUl/l'ltV, d.S.MK, KUI';SII   t'ISII,   i-c. 'I'lie liijiliest price paid fur ISntter. I'lyus and Hide... Ceo. (Iriiy, so loan- eoiiiiected ivitli ('. ;;. \i)r- lueal niarkel, i.:. talilisliiiicni. manager uf Dii; nev.- :::;i 4 G. B. RICHARDSON, REAL ESTATE, iir. iiackeii is an t'ducated ph.vsiciaii, ami i Collection, Loon and Insumnoe Agent one who would scorn to do a mean act. j -j^Qy fijorthwestern lowa. He  has had e.xjierience in epidemics of j more' appalling chiU'acter than our  little Ui M and Llvei'i Sialile.^ First-chiss Horses of  I'^ver.v  Deserijition smail-po.\ outbreak, and has never tlincli-ed.   ^Yhy the Senlinel should undertake Ma.scollc has gmie. and Olivette will bi' | to laud one jihysician by atlackiugtlicpro-here in the htill, on Thiir.sday evening ol'| I'cssional hmior of J)r. thicketi ive do not next week.   The oiiera will he rendered by | know; but the fact remains tliat it wtis the I'a.v Temiileton ())icra Comiamy. an or-I done.   Jlut  then, jilin.sf' j'roni the di'fnnct t.iiniis bouKhl iiml sold on eoimnission. AW biiriiiiess prianptl.v intended to. Uel'erenees: Tlio lianks nnd biiHiiie.ss men ol' bcMurs. fiKj"'IiOo.sc llo.ves Ibr Race 1 lor,scs"Y,i'( Cor. Sth and .^agle Strec-u, Horses liou.'.fht aiiiJ soM ita eoiamissinn. iT^.'" Sales ec(;i-.i- .Saturday. :;s:; stal'.vart will not harm ii man who has the re],utation that of right belongs to J)r. llackett. ganizatiim said to have few if an.v sn|)eri-ors in its )iartieiilar line id' plays. The leadin.g lady, I'Xv Tem])Ieton, is an tu'tress of widl-kiiown tibility, and Iter .ijiiiearance is always gr<'eted with apjilause. Kcmem-j Alretid.y there's talk of moving the liec-ber, then, next Thiir.sday nigbt. ; ord office from I'orthindville to J.e.M:ir.s. A 1 gentleman who was in Portla.ndville (ni .1. S. Onn.scomb, the ex-grocer, litis ahmit ' Sunday, liiul an interview vviih IJncbantin's conckidcd to engage iiilhat bu.-,ine.s.s, and ' edilor who cspressed himself as not at all will open out a fresh stock in the .second j pleased nith the outlook over lliere. This room, (,'olideii block, which is now being j is part of i ln'game. There is to be di.ssal-litied for him. .Mr. Dunscoinb is one of the ; i.si;icliou and trouble: then Ihe mmit most   enterprising liusiiiiiss men   LeMars S. GEEEWALD GOES TO CHICAGO is to paper run has ever had, and he manilesls a .great degree (d'])nulence in oiiening in busi-ne.is on Si.\th street. He will carry only tlie bi'st grades of good.?, and his stock will be kcjit iit all limes neat and attractive. Jicsides groceries, .Mr. I), will cany largely of crockery, glti.ssware, wood and willow ware, in fact tnerythiiig usually be r. .; cd to I.e.Mars, and the as il "iiriauia'atic" sheet. 'I'he .Seiiliiiel uill abuse it; il will ught tie- Senlinel, but the <;rand olijecl-Ihe geltiiig oiii.'c more iiiio tlie )mblic treasury-will never Ibr a moment be lost siglii of. lUit ihe game will miscarry. liuchaiian"s tricks have become .so thin that they mislead nobody. The iissi.stant Sentinel may live a few weeks, TO-M mtmm ^'kyiUt h -Nvrri! .\- fonnil in ii general grocery store. The Lib- but like the (temperance) supplement and eral predicts a big trade ibr the new store,    the ilai.y Disciple, it will die. To Buy His BIG   STOCK f ^ook Out tor the Ad   

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