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   Iowa Liberal (Newspaper) - September 14, 1881, Lemars, Iowa                                � -   $24,00! WE linve *21,O0O In cash for wlilcli wo �(iut to imrelinae improved t&rms lu pT-yWOUTH AND SIOLX COUNTIES, purtli.s wniitiuK to sM       luivo their mo-as soon us tltli!s urx pussud. Jyftiulft intist bo clioap. .J3t,f r,^Mllr^ Iowa. -BTTSnSTBSS dJiCRJZtS. .1. H. JJrowkk, E. D. Bkowkr. BROWER BROTHSRS, PHYSICIAN & SURGEON, AND SUllGEON DENTIST. Ofliee over Kliickiiohti & Loeir* store.   Can be consulted sit the oliiae day or iiigkt. apr-20 Argo &, Kelly, ATTORNEYS AND COUNSEr,ORS, HE  SJEKVES HIS  OOtJT>fmfcY BEST WHO SERVES -HIS  FJS.XtlTC BEST. VOL. X. LE MARS lA., WEDNESDAY SEPTEMBER 14. 1881. NO. 5. Le mass. IOWA. Oniceover I'lymouth Oounty Hunk. C. J. C Ball, ATTORNKV AT LAW, I.e:MAKS,       .       .       -       -      IOWA, OIllciN secomi floor ot po^^t nlllof; biiiUlinjf All business outruiileil lu his eiirf will riiceive prompt attrijiioo. J. H. Struble, ATTORNEY AT r,AW, LF.MAUS,        ....       (owa. Olliee, corner Main ai d SLvlhstrcets, ovtrtlie Post ()lli(!e. M.B. KelieyT" ATTOliNEY AT l.AAV. Office Kitb Maj. C. J. C. Biili, over .Mdrieli's Book .^itore, LeMAHS.       -        - ;OWA. Dr. Paul L. Brick, DErSTCllEil-ARTZ PHYSICIAN AND SUJIGKON. lAi       M        ....     lOM'A. Cnu lip fniidul in hi" nlllcc ov<'r WcniU ,V Uti-i-iier'fc buoU ?*turc'. tiay orniiiiit. Isaac S. StrublR, ATTUUNKT AT      W A:S 1) NiITAK V VV.niAV. (Ijiite 0-f Mrublc lirolhiTS.)'' �Williiriiuricoinalithe courts of the- Htiito. iicKOiiiitc loims, b'ly or soil ri-iil f-sliif-, liini-ish abstnulfi of iltlc, piiy in.f-i' lor imn ror'i-duiU!<.  Ollico in KliHt's Wojli next il or to lowil Ubi-rnl. Li^Mlirs Iowa. G. A. SAMMIS, SUCCESSOR TO HART & BROSSART, Sixth Street, LeIVlars, Iowa Tlie well-lviiown reputation of this popular house is fullj^ maintained by the new proprietor who sells only first class goods at thfc lowest prices for cash. ALL GOODS DELIVERED   FREE OF CBARGE. Griffin & Son, G0NTUACT0U5 AND r.fll.nF.RS, Ui mak*^.        .       .       .       -      iowa. i'laiis ami pcoilicutnuis fnr"j.1ifiil on f?.on iiBiicf.  Otllcc Willi lipo. v.. H!<-.S�i� . Shm-p Mini   romiH rcininiini-c'i ftoole. L.     Warren, PHYSICIAN AND SURGEON,. (UHcc or.'rKluckhohoi: I.ouw's store C. J. ll.UUKTV. w. lU-Vf':6. Drs. HacKett & Hines, PHYSICIANS AND SUHLiEONS, I.KMAUS,      -      -      -      ^     IOWA. Officii over Hchl & NelMiii's (�lothlnir store. iSpuciul udcmioii wivfi) 10 MKl-ulL-rj . Dr. W, H. Ensminger, PHYSICL\K ANOSUHGEON, LEMARSi,       -       7       ...      IOWA. Oilice over .\lli50ii's UruK" Storfi. VW.K-KK. AMOS. A. \V. TuWNSKNU. Amos & Townssnd, ATTORNEYS AND COUNSELORS At i,iiw. Offlce over Evans SCO's Storii. -Miiiii fStraer, iiAUS, iowa. LEMARS BANK fESTADUSHED iSK.] W. H DENT Banker (!uece�eor to Wlliiim iiymfr.", aim loto o Caroirr, Dent i Co., Uttnwa. Ill.l PA.BTEKN   AND   FOHEIGN   E,XCI1ANGE BOUGHT AND SOI.D. J.0AN8 AKD DISCOUNTS MADE ON A PP7?OVEDSECUIiiriE�. pid Tnls �ijd aajolnliig -oiiiities lujtdi: promptly rcuiittort. INSUEA^Cf: WRITTEN IN KELIAHE COM SANIES. Ocean Psasage Tickets TO ANtf FHOSI ALL EUROPEAN POINTS OFFICE HOURS; pA.M. To4P. M. DAVID GIJ3BS, Cashier, lOOl OIT FOl A TOIMO! C, B. SMITH, �wh� representB thB eoundest Infurance com panics now doint'bysiuees, is jirrpared to ia Pure wajDSt FIRE AND TORNADOES . Of VISION C. W, L. TROTNOWS .MMAKERAPME jijjjiii WatcTies, Clocks,;:,. Jewelry, silver Ware, Silver Plated Ware, Optical Goods, etc., etC' Ttofiairlng' rccei^'os prompt nttoniioii. Kenieinhor the i'laee-Willi .IrmoH the Clolli-ier, eoriiur .Mulu and Hl.\ll) titrcels, l.e.Mar.^, l�wu. TB7B HEW AHB COK-HECT MAP .Ti:oyes beyond any reasonable ciucstioii that the Is by all odds Iho best rosd ior you to take when travelins in either direction bcttveon Chicaso and all of the Principal Points in tiie West, North and Northwest. CRrefuUv examine thli Map. The rrlncln.al Cities of Ihn Wast ,inrt Nortlnvcst. an; Station? on this road. Us through trains luako close conuectious with the tram.s of all riiilroads at junction points. THE CHICAGO & NOHTHrWESTEHN RAILWAY, Overall of Its nrinclpnl lines, runs each way dailyfromtwo to lourorinoro Fast Express Trains, ll ia llie only i-oad west of Chicago that itses the PULLMAN HOTEL DINING CARS. It Is the only road that ntns riillman Slenplnt; Cars North or Nortbwest of Chicago. It baa ^K:n\yS,0(iQ MILUS Of JtOAD. It forms the following Trun); Lines : ,, "Councilfiliiff3,Denver,&Californi,iLli)e." "�SVinmia,Mlnne------     .      ,   ,. 'Sioux('ltv.Nor.Nebnvslta�i Yankton Lliie.""Chiea! oubi,e the business done l.iy any of t)ie ]owa Insurance companies. It lias paid more losses in north western Iowa than all of tlie otlier companies eouihined. It issues policies in cither Oermau or English a.s desired. It lias no one-third or three-fourth clauses in its policies, but pays tiik fl'li. amou.nt ok the loss up to the amount insured. It luts no GO or 1)0 days clauses in its policies, but pays its losses at once. Under the hoatl ofOraUi insurance, it covers your llax-seed as well as other gj'ains, not retiuiriiig you to put it in tivice as do many other companies, and it covers your grain in granary, barn, cribs, bins or slacks, witli one sti'aight insurance. For insurance that is rcli-aliJe iind covers your property in the most liberal inanner, api)ly to one o  sell (IS low US the lowest, Olvo me a cull una I ffuaranteo S.A.TISlF'jA^OTIOlSr.. KepalrinH of-nil Jcsc-rlptloiis lyill recolvo'' prompt attention. Storu in Eoslcelt's bulidlnit, two doors south of the Lc.MuraC'�sh .store. Geo. Ellis, of Mfilone, Now Yoik says: "I belitive tlmt Ghamborlain's Colic, Cliolora and PiaiTbcea Remedy was the means of saving my life." It cnrod him of a very Bcvtsre attack of summer complaint. Sold by Dei hi & Thompson. thl9 The well knoivn strengthening properties . of iron, combined witli other tonics and a most perfect nervine, arc found is Carter's Iron Pills, which strcagthen the iiervos and body, and improve the blood and complexion. Less than two years ago, Miss Goldswortly left the employ of John Afciidt, to go to Jlineral Point and marry a printer. She was then a hap-p_y. free-hearted girl; now wo see by the Mineral Point Tribune that she has, a boy baby! Carter's Little Liver Pills will positively cure sick headache and prevent its return. This is not talk, but trutli. one pill a dose. To be had- of all druggists. See advertisement. The condition of the ^wesidont at Long Branch yesterday, -ivas more hopeful than ifc has been for some days past. His pulse was lower and his apjiotite better, and his general condition showed improvement. The physicians express much encouragement. M.u.icrous MisciiiEK.-Oirr friend, D. W. Held, who came up from Sioux City hist night, reports that tit Mer- , rill several ears of the Ceivtral fri.'ight the narr.'itive of thMr wonderful ex-j ^j.,,.,.,^,^,.,^       j^,..,^! ploit.s.   Among those whose careen; �    ,     ., ,  , , , ,, were singularly adventurous, are Kit The Sentinel, cowardly-,as usual, announces 0. 1). llofrmann's ro.signation as ini;mb(;rof the board of supervisors, and then fails to state .why .Mr. Hotf-m.iiin re.sigiL'd. Tiie Siaitinel feared t:o let the 1'arl.s go Irjfore tlie people of the coiiiily. knowing that if they J. j became fully aware of tlie joli of the ring, tliat s:iiii.> ring would be sti'an-gled beyond the saving jiower of salt-lielre ;jL the ciiuinig elei^tioii. Constipation is postively cured bv Carter's Little Liver Pills. Not In-purging and weakening tlic bowels, but by regulating and strengthening tlicni. This is done by improving the digestion ami stimulating the liver to tlie proper secretion of bile, when tl-.t bowels will perform their custoraai-y functions in an easy and natural nniiiner. Pugative Pills must be avoi(h.'d. .\sk for Carter's Little Liver Pills.   Price twenty-live cents. Carson, XVild Bill, Bufl'alo Bill. Capt. Payne, Texas Jack, California Joe, Cajjt. Jack, anil others whose achievi!-ments have made them justly and widely famous. They Lave a warm place in the hearts of the i)eo-pilo, and a prominent one iu their admiration. It is appropriate that their achie-i'iuents .should be recorded, and wo note with pleasure the forthcom iiig of a new book from the press of N, D. Thompson A Co., St. Loni.s, Jih'-i failed "The Hin'oes of ' the Plains," covering the ground ot ijor-(ler history. It is jirofusely illustra-tetl with 100 engraving.s aiitl IG col-i ored lithograph plates. It is sold by subscription through canva.ssing agents, ;ind presents an opportunity to iigeiits to make money especially inviting. Wo advertise it in another columij. AtJiletic Sports, The ,\tiilelic Sports to be held under the auspices of the Agricultural Society, open l-o I'iiiglish amaliairs of the Colony, will take place on tlie last day of the County Fair, Friday, September 2od. All entries to lie made lai or be fore September ITtli, to I'reil B. Close The following are the events; Hurdle race-KjO yiirds. (Jne mile. High jump. Jjoiig jump. Throwing the hammer. Throwing the criket ball. 100 yards lor men over 20 years of age. Stick mce. Knlrance money: 50 cent.s each event. One hundred dollars have been awardeii for [iri/.es, t :t week. The teachers tire hero all ready to lii-gin work, but the delay will not prove much of a di';ap[ioint- men to them. ......- - This morning's Sentinel occupies quite considerable space in abusing .Marshal Alline and his family. There is no excuse for this, and the Sentinel should know tliat its action is not appreciated by the public. .Marshal Alline is a fearless, efficient ollicer, and the town is benefited by his vigilance. He puts in more hours each day than (Hight to be expected of him, but he does it in flic interests of the people. He has been obliged to arrest some Oi the Sentinel's thug friends; but that w;ls to keep the town movo qiiiot than it hatl been under the old regime. Marshal Alline is. we believe, proving satisfactory to the city government, and we know that the people are pleased with his work. The Sentinel sliould not let its anxiety over the approaching election show too plainly. Ei). LiiiEHAL: I noticed iu your issue of the 8th in.st. a Notice under the hand of the Auditor, wherein it appears that on the 5th of Sept. tho Boiird of Supervisors passed a resolution, to Huljmit to tho people of the county tlio question, "Shall the sum of Five thousand dollars lie transferred from the Swamp land fund into the bridge fund" and providing for the mauuer of voting oil that (juestioii. For the purjioso of ascertaining the present status of the Swamp laud fund i inqiure whether this fund is now at tnu di.spo.sal of tho Board of Hiqiervisor.s'? F'latr years ago this fall if Iremem-Ijer corretitly tlie M'liole of the Swamp laiul fund ot this county was voted by tlie peo]ile of this county to aid in the construction of a branch of the State -N'orinal School tit LeMars whenever the State accepted the fund for tlie purpose of constructing the Iniildings to be used tor that purpo.st^ If the funds are still subject to be usimI by the State, at pleasure, as |;revi()usly voti^d, ^^an the Super vi.sors make a dili'efpnt ili.spr^silion of the funds? Will some one interested answer"? Boz. It is with pleasure I state that I sell II g-reat deal more of Chamberlain's Colic, Cholera and Diarrhoeti, lleniedy than any other patent medicine I handle, and it gives perfect sulisfactioii in every instance. Dr. E. M. Keys, Druggist, Wallver, Iowa. .Sold  by .Allison & Vogt.     ;thl9 .�Vycr's Ague cure should bo in every household iu regions where Fever and Ague prevail. It should be taken as a {preventive by every resident and traveler in malarial districts. -.-m    - Wo wish every person to try a Bi,5 Fifty-Cent bottle of Dr. Marshall's Broinoline for liver complaints and general .Icbility. It is ;good. Druggists all sell :iv' M. B. 'Davis, Esq., independent ean-didatt! tqr tho Senate, was iu town yesterday. Mr. Davis is carefully going over the district, and his friends are confident that ho will poll a heavy vote. iMiuisters, lawyers and all tho.sc doing clerical work should use Dr. Marshall's Bromoline, it is a great iiivig-orator. .Ml druggists sell it. J'ricc fifty cents- A.Mi-uiiCA.-There will be ;i Greenback caucus at the Duncan Hou.se, on Thur.sday ei'ening, Sept. loth at 7 o'clock p. m. I'or the iJiirpose choosing throe delegates to attend county convention which meets at the Court Hoiisi? in Le.Mars Sept 10,1^81, at 1 o'clock p. m. J. V. RAni,y, Chairman Twp. Com. l^'otics' Save money Bemedv. by using Ihuis' Hog FfRM Change.-Tho grocery firm of Thiltgen & Draudt, Sixth street, has undergone a change, the senior member, Mr. Thiltgeu, having disposed of his interest to M. L. Forretto, a young man from Jackson county. Mr. Thiltgen retires from active business because of ill health. The new firm will be John Draudt & Co., and they will endeavor to merit a continuance of the public patronage, A fine, fresh stock of goods has just been received, bought at low market, an4 will bo sold at correspoudingly lo\Y prices.  Call on the ne-yy firm. Dr. G. P. Bennett, recently of Elk Point, is in town, and has decided to settle here permanently. The doctor and his wife, both, are regular homeopathic physicians, with experience covering fifteen j'ears, and thoy conio highly recommended. Dr. Bennett has secured rooms in Kluck-hohn & Loew's building, and is now ready to attend to the w'ants of the public. x\. west-bound train on the Chicago and Alton rotid was stopped by masked men and plundered on tho night of the 7th, near Iinlepeiidence, Mo.  Tlie utmost confusion was created b^' the shouting "and promiscuous shooting of the robbers, and they got away with a large amount of plunder.   The express messenger, Fox by name, made gallant resistance, hut he was overpowered and his valuables carried away.   At this writing tho loss cannot be estimated, but it ia presumed to have been large. Noli . . 1881, of said Court, which -^vill com  -monce at LeMars on the 17th day o; October'A. D. 1881, default vrUliio entered against yoif and judgmvu;,^ rendered thereon. Aylett R. Cotton, 3w4: Attorney for i'ViV   

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