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   Iowa Liberal (Newspaper) - May 21, 1879, Lemars, Iowa                                 Local Shorts. Meals at all hours, at D. I I . Benuick's. Only ft few shawls loft; will be closed out at cost. N. U. EVANS & Co. Our newsy Porllandville letter failed to reach us this week. The trees in the school- house enolo- 8 ure are looking finely. Bargains iu embroideries, to close them out, at N, C. Evans < fc Co's. Navy Blue Flannel Suits made to or derfrom $ 15 00 to $ 18 00. See the line display of Silver ware at Smith's Jewelry Store this week. • Another refreshing rain fell here Monday, and the crops are looking finely. Prairie- schooners arc passing through town every day, following the course of empire. On Monday, June 0th, the Plymcuth county camp meeting iu Reynolds' grove, opens out. On Friday next and every Friday thereafter fresh fish will be on sale at Corkery's meat market. tf Gentlemen's kid and dog skin gloves, at reduced prices to close them out, at N. 0 . Evans & Co's. Next Sunday Rev. II. W. Jones, of this place, and Rev. Mr. Prenda. il, of Jlarcus, will exchange pulpits. Hev. A. E . . Arnold Y .' ill preach next Sunday evening on " The Religious Lessons of the Pocassett Tragedy." The Methodist Sunday school will hold its annual picnic iu Payne's grove, oa Friday of next week, May 30th. Mrs. O. Maitland, of Sparhtnd, Illinois, came to town yesterday on a brief visit to her daughter, Mrs. A. " VV- Durler. The Baptist social will be held at the residence of Mrs. P. Peebles to- morrow { Thursday) evening. All are cordially invited. Bargains', closing out Dress Goods, at N. C. Evans & Co's. But six weeks remain between us and the ever gloiious Fourth of July, and if LeMara is to celebrate active steps must he taken at once-. Postmaster Emery will soon havo a supply of the new government four per cents. Kow, all our people may become bloated bondholders. The Northwest Iowa Conference, of the Methodist Episcopal church which meets st Sioux City, October 3d, will he presided over by Bishop Harris. America township caucus will bs held Friday evening, May 80th. The central counuiUeo for the township are, P. F . Dalton, F . N . Myers, IL C. Curl is. Madam Hoy's new improved corsets, at N. C. Evan's & Co's. The Tiklen daily Herald, established three months since by Samuel J. ia Chi cago, has turned up its toes. The principal writers were er Senator Doolittle and his son. A diary belonging to one of LeMars' young ladies was picked up on the streets ft few days since. It is said to be full of gush concerning a certain young man whose name we suppress because of his agents. A. III.' Miller, whose husband is an inmate of the Independence insane asylum, is down with diptheria, together with all her children. Mrs. Miller lives five miles east of town. Frank Revell thought he saw a sailboat on the river Saturday evening, but, upon closer investigation the dimity was f& und to be part and parcel of a female's gear. Frank apologizes. C. G. Moiris's new house i3 going up very slowly. If good weather continues, and no more meteors fool around here, the house will be ready for occupancy by the middle of August. Trunks, satchels aud. ladies' basket*, Rt reduced prices to close thorn out, at Is : . C. Evans & Co's. Henry Hoopers threatens* to be a candidate for representative. If Henry will put this threat into execution we will do our heartiest, for him ; publish his announcement ( with comments) free ; pr'u. t his tickets and give Uim a cbrouio. Will old tallow- belly accent our kind offer ? Notwithstanding all the big talk that was indulged in last week, we haven't a single murder to chronicle to- day. The burly braggart who said, " Thompson, do you see that son of a sea- cook? Watch me; I'm going to pop him over!" hain't even shot off his mouth at his " perset u t o r s ." One of George D . Perkins'henchmen 18 circulating the story that Mr. Watldas, « f the Tribuuo, has discontinued his bindery. The statement is false. The Tribune is prepared to do all kinds of binding as cheap and as well as in the Past; aud it, deserves the patronage of Jhe public. Burns, Treat & Co. have fheir new corn nnd feed stone in running order, and » re prepared to grind any kind of feed corn far their patrons ou short notice. Farmers can depend upon getting their Erists to take home the same day it is brought. Good feed and corn will be tolled, if desired. 4t On Friday, July 4th, the Methodist Eudefolk of Seney will hold a grand picnic celebration at or near that place, and all the Methodist Sunday schools in the county will bo invited to participate. The committee of arrangements— Messrs. Stopheu Reeves, Watson Freeman aud P . J. Albright— are gentleman who will do Jots of hard work in order to make the picnic a success. l . BCE!_ SER, VIHS H I S ^ U N T R Y ' B E S T W H O S E R V E S KCI8 P A B T Y B IgS_ r jC._ I. 7. LE M A E S , IOWA, W E D N E S D A Y , MAY 2 1 , 1879. Personal. D. W. Oawcr, of the Dubuque Herald, was in town Monday. Pam E. aad Chas. H. Day Lave gone to Kansas to look over the country. Mrs. C. P. Slough, of Filmore, Mo., is in town, visiting with her daughter, Mrs. Will J . Wenili. i P. Peebles, the grocer, started for " Wisconsin Monday. Ho will bo absent a week or ten days. Hon. Win, Barrett, of Lincoln, was m town Monday. He reports crops down his way as looking finely. Mrs. Mary j), Clark, who has been Uniting iu Peoria for the past three months, returned to Lemars last week. Mr. aud Mrs. Bam Greenwald returned from Independence last Saturday. It is so exceedingly dry in that poition of the state that the people cannot tell the truth. Lem Fairehild and H. W. VanSickcl left for Cunven, Kansas, Monday morning, going by rail. Harry aad Sanford VanSiekel started for the same point with a team. Beuj. R. Powell, of Dubuque, agent for the wholesale drug house of But- rough Bros., Baltimore, is in town, the guest, of V/. H. Dent, Esq. Mr. Powell and Mr. Dent are old- time friends, having been intimate acquaintance and associates back in Illinois. C. Richard Smead, late of the Sioux City Tribune, was in town Monday. Dick is feeling happy over hi.-; release from newspaper work, aud asserts that he will never re- engage in that line. About the first of June he will start for Chicago, to take a position in the J. M. W, Junes printing establishment. - A few week's since, Prof. WernU's paper, the Yt 'arte, endeavored to explain the cause of the tramp mania that is cursing our land, and the conclusion arrived as was that parental neglect was at the bottom of the whole matter— that allowing hoys to roam the streets when they should be iu bchool was a prolific couT. e of trampicii and tramps. We con cur. wit'a the learned professor so far us he goes, but we mutt inform him that he stopped far short of where, as a journalist „ nd an educator, he should. A few days since wo v. era in Prof. Welch's store, aud in looking over the stock of literary ware displayed there, we came upon a lot of that most pernicious kind — the foul, obscene trash that is sapping the very life- blood of ijiis nation— Police News, Police Gazette, Nickel Libraries, and a lot of other trash that is uaiit for the bunds of • men, much more so for the young boys who are feeding upon it. The rush on Saturday for papers of this class at Prof. Wernii'a store was immense, and we noticed boys of thirteen years and upwards poring over the contents with ill- concealed delight. Prof. Wernli, and all other dealers in this sort ot literature, are doing big work to make tramps and outlaws, though we admit, they do it thoughtlessly. We p. » n this item with much hesitancy, but k U a ilut- y that must be periornied. Wo sincerely hope we (. hall not be called n » on in tho future to say more concern ing k- Republican County (/( invention. The Republicans of Plymouth county will meet iu convention at LeMars, on Saturday, May 81, 1- 599, at one o'clock p. m., for tho purpose of selecting live deiegat. es to attend the State convention of the Republican party, to bo held at DesMciues, June 11, 1879, to nominate State officers to succeed those whose terms of cilice expire January 1, 1830. The ratio of representation iu said convention will be one delegate for each township and in addition thereto, one delegate for each fifteen votes or fraction over one- half, cast for lion. J. A. T. Hull, for Secretary of State, at the general election iu 1878. The following table shows the number of delegates each township will be entitled in said convention'. America . 16 Portlaud , 4 Elgin . 4 4 Elkkorn Perry o F r e d o n i a . . . . . 8 2 Giant . 4 Stanton . 2 llungeriord . . 5 Sioux 4 Union n 2 i Was hi act on . . . e Marion Westtield, . . . 2 Meadow .'. i — T o t a l . . . . . 60 It is suggested by the committee that the several townships hold their caucuses on Saturday, May 24, 1879, aud that each township send delegates to the County Convention. A. H. LAWKKNCB , Chahman. The Meteor. The meteor which passed over this region on Saturday, the lOlhinst., struck the ground about two miles north of Eslbervillc, making a hole fifteen feet d e e p nnd ten feet across. From the Northern Vindicator. whose editor, Frank Davey, Esq., visited the spot, wo take the following: " The parties that commenced digging for it have excavated a place 14 feut d e e p , and havo f o u n d what is supposed t o be the main b o d y of the meteor, hes i d e s a considerable number of small pieces. Last Mi n d a y afternoon they took out a p i e c e iixl'J inches and about three i n c h e s in thickness, a n d last Tues d a y t h e y succeeded in getting t h e l a r ge piece, w h i c h Weighed 4151 p o u n d s . It w a s thought by several persons that at the time the above described meteor fell, another one f e l l just across t h e river west of t o w n , and last. Wednesday the report was confirmed by the ( hiding of one of the A. A. Pir. gr& y farm at the depth of about four feet that weighed 151 p o u n d s , It is n o w almost a Cer tainty thai of all I he poiu's over which meteors were s a i d to p a 0 s that d a y , Eslhorville was the only spot within several hundred miles which w as favored with an actual visitation. It was evidently the same meteor, in its ramble through space, on its way to this spot, which was seen from dillerent poiuls, and the noise of the c_ plosion heard iu many place.-"." A Republican member of the Ohio dele gation, who is intimate at tho Whita House, remarked to your correspondent to- night that the president does not take kindly to tho suggestion that Sherman will leave the cabinet aud enter Ohio politics. It is the president's earnest desire t9 make his cabinet co- existant with the ad ministration, and he is so well pleased with his present ofllclals that ha would not willingly hear to any of them leaving, much less Sherman, who by his unprecedented financial ability has made him self a bulwark of strength to the adniin- The Republicans of Stanton township j j s tration. It is thought hero that the No. 44. Caucuses. THE DUTY OV A NEWspArr. p.. — An a t t o r n e y , i n a r e c e n t s p e e c h b e f o r e a j u ry in a l i b e l s u i t , m a d e use of t h e f o l l o w i ng l a n g u a g e as s h o w i n g t h e f u n c t i o n s of a n e w s p a p e r : ' ' T h e r e h a s g r o w n u p a sort of a n o b l i g a t i o n , r e c o g n i z e d m u t u a l l y by t h e p r e s s a n d p e o p l e , b y w h i c h t h e p e o p le e x p e c t that, t h e p r e s s , as d i s t r i b u t o r s o f u s e f u l i n t e l l i g e n c e , s h a l l i n f o rm t h e m . is w e l l w h a t i s t o b e a v o i d e d a s w h a t is to be . nought,. its w e l l what i s t o b e s u s p e c t e d u s w h a t i s t o b e c o n f i d e d in. A n e w s p a p e r is u g a r n e r e r a u d d i s t r i b u t o r of n e w s , is a p u b l i c m o n i t o r , a n d i t is i t s d u t y to a d m o n i s h t h e p e o p l e against f r a u d s a n d s h a m s , and i m p o s t u r e s a nd d i s h o n e s t i e s , R is t o b e a b e a c o n a s w e l l ns g u i d e ; a n d w h e n e v e r a p u b l i c newsp a p e r , t h r o u g h t h e d i v e r s i f i e d a p p l i a n c es f o r the c o l l e c t i o n and d i s t r i b u t i o n of in f o r m a t i o n , d i s c o v e r s a n y w h e r e i n p u b l i c j l i f e e n d in p u b l i c a v o c a t i o n s — w h e t h e r it by a l a w y e r , or a c l e r g y m a n , or a phys i c i a n — a m a n , w h o i n s t e a d of s e c u r i ng t h e p u b l i c w e l f a r e by h o n o r a b l e m e t h o ds a n d p m c U e e s , s i m p l y p r o w l s a b o u t i n t he b a c k y a r d o f h i s p r o f e s s i o n , and u s e s the m e a n s a n d i n s t r u m e n t a l i t i e s w h i c h hono r a b l e t i t l e give .- i h i m to p a n d e r to h i s o w n l u s t and a v a r i c e , or a n y o t h e r vile p.- uskm; and t h a t p a p e r f a i l s t o s e n d o ut s o m e a d m o n i t o r y v o i c e a n d s o m e signal of wr . rii'iiuT, it i s r o ' T u a n t t o e v e r y p i i u e i - pal of d u l y mid r e s p o n s i b i l i t y , a u d s h o u ld b e s t i g m a t i i e d b y t h e p u b l i c it p r o t e n ds t o s e r v e ." T. P. Auge, a printer, got full of bugjuice Friday evening, in Siou;: City, and determined to take in the sights or. Second street. He tried to enter Ida Allen's sacred precincts, but she resented such familiarity, drawing a revolver on Auge, and letting drive, the ball striking between the thumb and fast finger of the unfortunate printer's right hand, going through that member, and lodging hi the shirt near the collar bone. Auge came to LeMara Saturday morning, urn; of our town physicians dressed the \ voo".- I, an 1 Ida Allen's victim still remains with us. Auge was iu our office Monday, and informed us thai his trouble was occasioned by his being under the power of an " influence" that draws him into difficulty whether he wiil or not. He says that on New Yeai's Day he Lad a vision time ho has been under control of that baneful and life is becoming an uni t must be awful to be ood christian I t behooves the people of i'lymouth county to send good men and true to the Convention which meets on Saturday of next week ; and no matter what, preferences may be hud for the other otliees, let every man see to it that, the county delegates to the Stale convention are instructed to vole forjudge Beck's re nomination. Judge Beck has been an honorable, honest jurist, an upright man, who cannot be. approached by bribery, and in consequence of his rectitude the railroad inletc. sl. s are demanding his defeat. It is but right that the people should have a man of themselves on the supicmu bench ; Judge Beck is lhai man We have no doubt as to the feeling of the masses on this question ; but let thai feeling have emphatic expression iu the county convention. In another column of to- day's Liberal we re- pnnt ai » extended editorial, taken from the Northwestern Christian Advocate, concerning the (.' leaf Lake camp meeting and our friend Rev J. H. Loner's connection therewith. Mr. Lo/. ier baa for. lomii years been assailed by irresponsible newspaper.-.; his honesty and integrity as a man and a Christian have been called in question; blackguard slice's have made attacks upon hln family, and all because of his strong, positive efforts to do good in the communities where he ha" been located. We gladly gi-. o place to tha Northwestern's editorial, aud would like to see it published iu a number of papers that have done their utmost to rain Mr. Lo/. ier. are requested* to meet at, the Asbury school house on Saturday evening, May 24th, at S o'clock, for the purpose of choosing two delegates to attend the Republican county convention to be held in LeMars, Saturday May o l s t , BY OunuK or- COMMITTI-. K. The republican electors of Lincolu township, Plymouth county, Iowa, arc requested to meet at the south school house on Saturday, May 2- tlh, It- w'. l, at 2 o'clock p. in., for the purpose of selecting two delegates to attend the republican convention to be held at LeMars oa Sat- j urday May : ilst, 1 S7il. Br OcmcK OK CcnrnTrr. r.. The Republican electors of America towuship, Plyiiiouili county, Iowa, will meet iu caucus on Friday, May 3 uh, A. D. I. S79, at the hour of 8 o'e'oclc p. in at the olliee of C. P. Wuudard, for the purpose of : electing sixteen delegates to represent paid township in the county couveution called to meet at the Court House on Saturday, ' May ol- U, to select delegates to the Republican State Couventieu. Caucus to be called at 8 o'clock sharp. By order of Township ( Vom. P. F. DAI. TOX , Chairman. —— - a • — Letter List. Bernhein William, Falkensline Maggie, McAllister Mary Jane, '- uivan Mis Mai y, Jieschliman Mi-. s Mary. Stone W. B . , Jahu Fraid, Kalhoru F. L. iU-. l. U FOU 1- 03TAOE. Ellis C. I) , Charies City, la. Humphrey R. W.. Charhs City. In. Persons inquiring for loiters please say advertised. j. M. En i; nv P . M . president would uot give up Sherman, without a protest so earnest that the secretary would not leave in face of it. Tne case of Attorney- General Devens, is cited, who Was anxious to leave, but the president was equally anxious that ho • dituiid stay, and after some hesitation Devens yielded. The president is warmly atf- u- h; d in all his cabinet, and often expresses a desire to retain them to tho end. Ho is reported as saying that tuero i. s a, s'liiieiency of gubernaloral timber in Dnio, iinil the inference it that they need not. reach iuto the cabinet for a candidate. Jeff Davis logically enough reasons that people who, like the southern darkeys, have been " getting hell" for s.. many ysnw, should avoid a too sud den change of climate. A rumor was on the streets yesterday to the etiVct that Dr. S. B. Williams, lato of this place, bad died suddenly. A let ter from the docior denies Hit charge. Ice Notice. I am now ready to deliver ice to patrons at from 2- 5 to 40 cents per hundred, leave ^ .- Jet's at meat market it' C. G. NORMS. TO TEACHERS. Public examitiatio'i will, bo hold on the- Inst Saturday of each month at th > h- j i ' frii" itli pinion t! siuce which the constant " influence," erous burden fixed so. There is a truly man ia LeMars who had a vision tun years ago Jasi fall; he heard bells ring, ing; beautiful seraphic songs wero wafted to his ears ( ears are quite large, too); and that influence still remains with him, causing him to lend money a t twenty- five percent., when the law only allows ten ! These evil influences are terrible; can't something be done to remove them ? MASSACIUSICTTS is haying most uncommonly bad luck' with her new stale prison. In tho first place, and of course, it cost n good deal more than anybody expected ; then some prisoners celebrated their occupancy of the so called " strong cells" by breaking light out of them ; next the v.- oiUsliopn burned down, and the pleasant discovery was made that there were no adequate facilities for extinguishing a big lire ; llaally on Saturday the new workshops, only recently completed, were found in ( lames, and about - v - 5 , 0 0 0 worth of damage was done before the ( ire was got under control. Tnis latest fire was due to the explosion of an incendiary shell in one of the worl:. phop(=, which had been so arranged as to go oil j u s t after the prisoners went to dinner. This confirms previous indications that things are iu a very bud way in the institution, and is strengthening the demaud for a new warden. Certainly Massachusetts couldn't have much worse luck with her prison than ." he has had tho last few months. Ar, Ui. o LAW .— The following law passed by tho English Parliament in 1770, if in force at the present day would raise quite a commotion among the fair sex. It provided, " that all women, of whatever ago. rank o.- profession, whether virgins, maids or widows, who shall, after this ujt, impost: upon, seduce or betray into matrimony any of his Majesty'., subjects, by virtue of scents, cosmetics, paints, washes, artificial teeth, Spa dsh weel, iron stays, bolstered hips, or h'gh shoes, thai) incur Up' penally of law now iu ioice against witchcraft and like mi'derneanor - j. and the marriage under such circumstances, upon couveution of the ofll- nding party, bliail be null uud void." Irf sli'y In ervie ved, t 'lHP 'ei'^ l it the recent discussion ii: cuiirri-.." ou the army bill had bcnefl' e.- l the rrppbH.' iin party. The necessity and the C A I M expense of an extra i - ei . sion of eongrcs was, he contended, due to the democrats, and the country would hold that parly reiqiouaibin. He appiovedof the preahleul's vclo of the array biil and the elv. cl. ion laws bill, and thought, a political reaction in favor of Ibe republicans was surely taking place,. Uf the rc.- cll in I3J. 1 the senator felt sanguine. It, would J/ e in favor of the republican parly. Ttiaine would fall buck into the republican $ 10,000 loptiy out in one day on Irnpu. v « Ml farm-.— Wilde   . ' v d . i s p ; i [.••!• « are ,' imied thereby aav his { mm ' i io 4 '.. ecks it) getting your money lleiiieiube, you g '- t your money in v i i i H day of Wilde ft Myers, Klolcu. in S ! otix township, between * he hours ' of v a n d iu n'ciii-. 1; last, Saturday evening, i a span of mules h'. lousing to B. Doyle, ! one between lfl and 17 hands high and the other lo, df! a rk br. wn, large, mulo i aicps with toon out. A reward of $ 50 I will be paid for the. return of said mules. E. DOYLE. H I . vinos airaiu this full — 7\'. T e l e g r a m . The New Yor wart ( i • noc: atie to ibe Ok s I on n diets that the ib. if tlx y pans the » Sun in the most, stal journal in the bind, next t ' l s l e s . ' The Sun pre- W: iulca— Urcakws and Renters. Having ju. il, purchased another larg « list of land in K. K. Woodbury county, 1 now wixb, in addition to men already scoured, to obtain a number of men who will break up thi> season HiO acres and upwards, each, and rent the same for udNiyuar. # 2.00 per aero for breaking. Shall be at Gorrectionvilla up to May 30. i - i i f W. M. Ii. CLOSE. L'stray Koticc. ' " i i k c n up by J. M. Hurt on the 19th day of May, lH7'. i, in Plymouth township, I'lymcuph county, Iowa, two estray horses, described a s follows: One roan hur- e supposed to b" 13 years old, lamo a b- li bind fool. One sorrel horse 15 or / noci-. its will be defea'ed I   „,. publio auction, to tba St. Paul depot, and ! The report thatfJ. M. Relyea had been nearly killed by Torn Mohan turns out to have been somewhat exaggerated. Relyea asserts that he was thrown from the wagon, jumped upon and stamped by Mohan, but the injuries received were of a very simple character. The old man is out and around, and in a few days will bo entirely well. On Sunday next, May 25th, Rev. G. M. Pendell, of Marcus, will preach in the M. E, church, of this city, motnihg aud evening. The pastor, Rev. II. W . Jones, will hold Quarterly Meeting services at Sibley on Saturday and Sunday next, in the place of Rav. T. M. Williams, who is absent i a the Black Sills, ed a box- car at left for other and greener pastures. . _^>~^>- —> ~——. Dr. II. P. Dunce, the uctrhomeopathic physician, has already worked no « nice practice, and the reports that reach us from those whom he hi; si srm- d t- u- e of a couij liiiiciil.' iry character. Dr. Bunco is a thorough, practical, intelligent gentle man, who is deeply interested in his work; he has bad n- veral j ears' experience in medicine and surgery, aud is bound to succeed. Our people will fiad him a gentleman in the sick room and a compaiiiiiiiabk-, sociable friend. *- - o~<* Os IIANO - — Mr. George Carter, who has purchased the George Walton grocery stock and stand, came in from Kansas Fmtnr ), range fortyfour J- Uj, and that on the 18tb day of June, A. D. 1879, at ten o'clock A. M. ol ' s a i d d a y , at tho front door of thu court , „ ,,. , i house, LoM ii- i, Plymouth county, Iowa, Carter taking posseRsum aud Mr Walton , x p , . o c , . e d to sell said property, or so stepping out. The new store will be re- I much thereof as may be necessary ta. iitted, painted and fixed up ; the stock enlarged, aud Mr. Carter proposes to deserve the pati onage of our people. Mr. C.' s family wiil arrive from Kansas 3 « U week. satisfy said execution, amounting ta $ 11 ,10 debt, and § 53.50 costs, together will-, accruing costs, at public auction, tu thu highest and best bidder, for cash. JAMBS HOI> KINS , ShoritT. CLARKE & C f J t n s , Att'ys for, PlitUiUik  

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