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Iowa Liberal (Newspaper) - December 7, 1881, Lemars, Iowa 24,000 W t have M ^ OOO In cash for which ire want to purchase Improved farms tu TLTMOTJTH AND SIOUX CODNTIES, fartlai wanting to sMl can hare ( heir mouo m toou : n tltlua are pa sefl. Lando muit^ c cheap. CIJAV HKOTHfcKS, ISrf LfMar?, loua B T J S H S J T E S S C A J S J D S. W. U. PROSSiR, M. 0. Physician and Surgeon, LeMABS, - IOWA. Office in Kluckhohn & Loew's building. 15 J. H. Slrubie. ATTORNEY AT LAW, 1. IMAUS, . • - IOWA. Once, corner Main arrl Slxthstrceta, over the Post Office. lottut CiberaL HE SERVES HIS COTJINTB- Y BKST WHO SEXtVJES HIS PABTV BKST. VOL. X. LE MARS I k . , WEDNESDAY DECEMBER 7. 1884. NO. 17 NEW BRICK YARD. MORGAN % ' W & ^ W ^ ' . : — Manufacturers of— Hard Pressed Briek*. LE MABS. XA. V SUPPLY ALWAYS OX HAM.' C l o t h i n g C o . 0 Gott- chalk, ( DEUTSCHER ADVOKAT,) ATTORNEY AT LAW & NOTARY PUBLIC L E M A R S , IOWA. EITOfriee over Koctrig's barber shop Will practice in all Stale and Federal Courts. eep 28- 81 E. D. BROWER, GOLD FILLING A SPECIALTY. The Electro- Magsetie Mallet used. 85?" Rooms on Sixth street, apr - 20 LeMars, la. Argo & Keliy, ATTORNEYS AND COUNSELORS. Li MA. iS, . . . . IOWA. Olllca over Plymouth County Bunk. J. C Ball, ATTORNKY AT LAW, • L B MAM, . . . . IOWA, Office, aeonnit floor of post offire biillrilifr All huaine-' i* oulruiMed to his vnvu will receive r> romi> i utu- miim. Isaac S. Strublft, ATTORNEY AT I, A W AN UNOTARY PUBLIC. ( Late nf Strublo Brothers.) Will pracrice in nil the court" nf tho Stnte. neffoiftitft tonn^. li'iy or sell l'fjt] estHte, furnish ubstructs of title, pnv tnx*- 8 for lion resident!!. oiHco in l'li « !' a Ulocli no. vt d or 10 Iowa Llburol. L '. iMnrs Iowa. M. B. Kelley, ATTORNEY AT LAW. Omco with MnJ. C. J. C. nail, over AMrfch's Book store, L B MAUS, IOWA. Dr. Paul L. Brick, DEU3TCHE . I ARTS PIlYSlCiAS AND jSUUGEON, M TOW A. Can be afeoru'an db oinok h isst o(> rme, ™ d uoyv enrr w n. " is" h\ t n . & S l 8 _'" D. W. Townsentl, CONTRACTOR AND BUir. RTR, LsMAKS, - - '• IOWA. Alio, dealer In ( ill Hun's or Biillrtlmr Materia lit tho Ntw l 'U Tiber \ ard. Dr. J. D. Jackson, BURGEON DEN VIST. MA ItS. • - • • I O V VA now prepared to titunrt * o a 1 cu^. iimer? • ruarn! teetuit aa. lsfwtlnn In ever.. CFC * Office over Dunbar'" hhaarrddwwaarree uuiice,. B. C. CUATlS. A. W. I. ll.' ltl. hY CuL'e & Di ley, ATTORNEYS AND COUNSK'. ORS at Law. Notu le « Public, Land nu. 1 Loan Affotits. CnlicctloM mtidi- n speelalty. Sharp and , rompt rnmii turn cs ramie. L. W. Warren, PHYSICIAN AND SURGEON, r . - IOWA. O . Tlee ovir Kluckhohn & Loew's storo . J U ACKETT. J. W. HIKKK Dr8. Hackett & Hines, PHYSICIAN'S AND SURGEONS, L B MARS, . . . . IOWA. Office over Huld * Nelnon's olnihlnjr store. Speclul nllention Jriven to Midwifery. r l here wna n youtijr man down ia I 2 Who after the irtrN trot ti rnntin'; He married one quick; The job made him sick: He wishes he'd lived up In Canton, tanton, OS" 00 CP CO Dr. W. H. Ensminger, PHYSICIAN AND SURGEON, LiHAHS, . . . . lOWA. j OiRoe over Alllson's Vrng Store. f U X E A. « OS. A. W. TOWNSISND. Amos & Townsend, ATTORNEYS AND COUNsELOriS At Law. Offlce ovorEvsnn iCo'B Stnr". Jain Street. L K MA « S. IOWA. LE MARS BANK~ ( ESTABLISHED 1872.1 W. H D E N T Banker • uceereor to WIIMIU liymers, aim late o Caroter. Dent & Co.. Ottawa. 111.1 EABTEHN AND FOItRIGN EXCHAHGE BOUOHT AND SOLD. LOANS AND DISCOUNTS MADE , ON. APPR0VEP. ft£ 0URITlE8. Tttl » and adjoining counties made and promptly remitted. IN8CRANCE WKITTEN IN HEL1A11E COW Ocean Psasage Tickets tO AND FKOM ALL BOlioPEAN POINTS OFFICE HOURS; 9 A.' M. TO i P. M. DAVID GiliBS. U ; « - 1 T Cashier. LOOKJUTlORJlORSlO! * C. B. SMITH, wio repreeoNti th « soundest lriFurancecorn panlw uow dolutr bualuosa, it prepared to in • are against FIRE AND TORNADOES l » writing: policies at the lowf't aafo "< r • Wf. His office for- tho present lnwfib B. V V anaban, Esq.. over'Pocock'B drujr Btore. Jt 1 » OJ veraale tr ha without insura.-. fie. MPBOlaUvla h l i a o u a t r f ffberp itn^ ms are to f/' om Wednesday's Daily. Floreuce D. Snlliyan was in town yesterdajj, jgreefcin*' liis many friends. Mr. Sull$& ri;'; Tflas, on his way to Sibley where li^'^ lftlake charge of the ticket and frei* Ut' business on the St. Paul road. The History of Western Iowa will be published, the people having guaranteed so liberally as to make it a success. The gentleman who has been canvassing LeMars has already secured over one hundred names, which insures a good return for the publishing company's outlay. NV\ v if the compiler of the history will devote himself to history and not give gushing biographies of " prominent men" the- work will he a success. Most histories in these last days are filled with notices of public men Miat would look well as obituaries, but render a history insipid and unreliable Let the History of Western Iowa lie a good one in all respects; then the subscribers will not feel that they have been swindled into paying for a puffing machine. A RELIGIOUS NEWSPAPER.— We do sire to call the attention of our readers ta one. of the greatest newspapers of the age— one that secures tho best writers in this country and Europe, regardless of expense; has the best and fullest book reriews of any paper in the county; has able articles upon financial subjects: bus departments editecHiy specialists and devoted to fine arts, music, science, religions intelligence, missions, school and eol- _; GS, news of tho week, hymn notes, the Sunday schools, legal and sanitary questions, biblical research — somebing that cannot be found in any . l. her newspaper in the TJ. S.-- farm and garden, insurance, weekly market reporls' etc., etc. B —- in fact, a newspaper fully suited to tho requirements of every family, containing a fund of information which cannot be had in nay other shape, and having a wide circulation all over tho country and in Europe. We refer to tho Independent, of Now York. " Th » largest, the ablest, the best." See advertisement in another column and send a postal card for free specimen- copy. ' 3 Card oflhaa'ra. ED. LIBUKAL:— Allow us through your columns to thank tho kind friends who waited and watched with us daring the si kne. c/ e 1 f,;! k. w. We wish him all the luippines.-: that c. ui p.- ssibly co . nt; to hum. inity, for h 1 doserves it. Mr. Forrette is a. p- trtn-. r in one of the best patronized stores iu Lc'Mars. and now that lie is married and happy, there will b^ extra bargains ottered there. S S I W E & l W E H A V E F O R had when the goods come through jobbers and wholes- ale dealers. The Liberal advises its readers to cull at once and examine ( ho fine display at Dnrston St Dunseomb's, and make yourselves and somebody else happy by selecting a handsome Christmas gift. And while looking at these elegant things, don't forget that you can get groceries, fresh and pure at Durston & Dunscomc's, as cheap as j any first- class grocery in town. The Sentinel's recent defeat at tho polls seems only to make it more desperate, and it rushes madly around seeking what it may devour. The Sentinel evidently doesn't bclivu that the decent citizens of LeMars have grown tired of its devious ways, for it is engaging in two now ventures that mean either successor death. The first is, the establishment of a daily edition; the second the co- partnership between Mr. Brandon and tiuehanau, the former to bring his printing press to LeMars and open out a •' regular" Republican paper. Buchanan is satisfied that the recent ly elected county officers will not patronize him beyond what they have to, but he hopes that, they may be huuny- fuggled into supporting the Brandon paper. It does not require a far sighted man to deb- rniine that tin i.' O weekly and two daily papers are too naiieii for LeMars. . Dissolution and death must come to one or mora. — - . Allison & Voglit sell Haas' Hog Ueniedv. Mr. Beeeher, the coutra'tor, who is building tho Orace Episcopal church, inform i the Liberal that work upon that building is delayed for want ol glass and the heating apparatus. When these slntil arrive th:; h'. iili'iny will be pushed fonvufti rapidly in completion. Tn this ooiineci. i n i may not be amiss to state that Pilose of our citizens who have not already contributed to this church enterpris. 1 still have an opportunity to, do s->. Tile subscription b. iolts are open at the ly.; Mitrs 15. ink, an f the m in igers will I)-.! glad to rtveivj any am nines. T: ic ehuivh w'nM bo an ornament to the city and des.: rve _ cn'ti 11 at t ' t; hands of all our people, irrejpcctive of creed. tluas' Hog Remedy prevents cholera -->~ cv # L. Mowai . t. i. who lm - i resided in past nine years, is F I N E iid Hard Rubber Tw'si Se'. s I n beautiful morroce case from $ 2.00 TO.$ 15 PER SET, CUT G L A SS 50c TO $ .00 PER PAIR. Twenty different odors of choice o hj CD. CO IMPORTED PERFUMES WESTS' P u a: / i Librar7 Hanging Lamps! All kinds of with fancy trimmings. MEERSCHAUM PIPES C I G A K H O L D E R S , A n d C i g a r C a s e s . A largo variety of Ladies uhd Gontkniens POCKET BOOKS ! One of the largest and iii. csf array of dry goods, notions, etc., in this city is atX. C. Fvans & Co's., across the wax', where proprietor an- 1 tlir -.' te clerks are. busy all the day attending to the wants of customers. Mr. Evans from a eumpnrativcly small beginning has built up a line trade here iu three years, ami he keeps fully abreast ol the limes by C; UT\ ing the best lin . es of goods, and selling the same at reasonable prices. This week Messrs Kvans & Co. arc opening ; i magnificent lot of goods suitable for the holiday trade, to which we. would coll the attention of our readers. Goods bought of Evans' arc ajwavs just what they are represented to Lie. Call and see the fine stock. The Sandwich Manufacturing C'o's business here is now looked after by George A. Gibson, formerly of . Nashua, a brother of W. T. Gibson. Mr. ( jibson, jr.. is a pleasant gentleman and will make a valuable ollice man. Mr. Gibson likes LeMars. At the lire the other night he lost his pocket boolj, containing a number of valuable papers and a large amount of money, lie gave tho thing up. but one ol the plasterers on the Bowman house found the pocket book, discovered its owner, and returned it. Which is just like a LeMars man. Tho Sandwich Manufacturing Co. is selling a great number of corn shellers this winter, tar in ,' excess of what was done last year. The machines are first class and arc | t ;\ ycli known to our fariners. Harris Roop U . S . C l o t M n g C o . In order to make room for a larger stock of Drugs and Medicines, all of the above will be sold at a small profit. DIEHL & THOMPSON, C I i Y D R U G STOPE, LeMars, Iowa. v . . one of tho English colony, died this morning of malarial fever, after an illness running through several weeks. Mr. Roopo camo to Iowa in August, 1880, and entored as a pupil on tho Benson farm. He worked faithfully to master tho difficulties of western farming, find had j u s t comiJoted his course' when ho was taken with the fover. He lay for several weeks at tho Albiou House, but Saturday was removed to the residence of M. J. Chapman, Esq., where he died as above stated. Every care and attention was given the sick man, but the disease was of the most serious type, and recovery was impossible. Mr. Roope was about twenty- two years old; a quiet, pleas ant sociable fellow, well liked by all who knew him. In a strauge land his body will be laid to rest, while friends on both sides the Great Sea will mourn his untimely death. Tho funeralwill take place on Friday ao half- past oue o'clock. Tom Roland, of Merrill, was north nf town yesterday driving a balkv horse. The horse " stopned" several miles from town ami refused percmptoi-. lv to advance. Tom had read ol •• firing" a balky hor . se, and he pro c : t ' tied to build a'straw lire under t h e animal, succeeding liually in starting hiiii in good alj .- tpe, / ml To in forgot to put out the lire, an. 1 u t t e r h e left Ihe ilames spread, taking iu a fanner's hay stacks, several stacks of grain, and other valuable property. Our informant colli 1 not give us the name of ihe unfortunate tanner whose lo, s will amount to quite a considerable. D. W. Parker, M. Oillea:-. and other Illinois Central officials were in town this morning, and had a conference with our c r y authorities, the resultof wiiica was that both sides present cd arguments in reference to ' the' side tracks in this city, and an amicable understannding was arrived at, ai,(. l everything will hereafter move along smoothly. The railroad coiu- | puny will grade up and build a twelve ( foot sidewalk from ' Jadw. sll's livery stable to Mrs. Byrne's property, and will see that the streets are kept clear from standing oars. T. ies . i gentlemen spoke flatteringly of LoMars' prospects. " Seam, gusset and baud" sewed rapidly with the machines sold at a bargain by Steiner & Co. llwtf A laughable invident occurred at the intersection of Main and Sixth streets yesterday afternoon. Peter Kgan was filling up along - the new crossing. Tiv. young men came driving along, and they evidently did not sec the old man. The team came close to Egan's body when he quickly raised a shovelful of brick- bats and hoisted them upon team, drivers and all, to the great discomfiture of the youths'. The team became frightened, and balked badly; the occupants of the buggy talked fight, but Egan K. Mowai LeMars for the contomplatin : a removal lo the southwest, where fie will again manage a railroad hotel and eating house. Mr. Rowman was proprietor of the Depot Hotel in this place lor several years, and was rated as one of tho best hotel men in northern Iowa. After disposing' of that business he engaged in farming, but finally got back into the restaurant business which he has been running for three years past. He is a number one man for that calling, and has, we judge, made considerable money at it. While we shall regret to lose Mr. l.' owmau front the city, he will always have the. good wishes ot our people who will be pleased to hear of his success. The town which li. K. has in mind is a thriving western " city" where seven passenger trains feed daily. The mystery concerning Bob Magec's learn has been solved. They were found jester- day within hali'- a mile -- v--> From Friday's Dally. Chapped hands can be cured by a few applications of O & C 's Cerate Corn- buskers will find it t h e quickest rome. ly extant. Sold bv Allison & Vogt thl9 George W. Argo, Esq., is home from Orange City. He reports a pleasant term of court, aud insists that Judge Bagg is the only judge Iowa who can keep tho lawyers i ir good humor all the time.. " Why," said Mr. Argo to a Liberal reporter this morning, " Judge Bagg could send a man to the penitentiary for life and do ft so pleasantly, smile so gracefully while pronouncing t h e sentence, that any decent prisoner would be competed to return hiin thanks." This Bagg is said to be filled with . ch anecdotes, aud when the string is drawn the lawyers have a grand • ood time. That's the kind of a court to have. He should bo sent to Washington to relieve the manager of the Guiteau aggregation. Sowing dono quickly and neatly by. either the Victor, Singer or Wheeler & Wilson sewing maihinos; for sale at Stoiuer & Co.' s. llwtf lvev. J . B. Fatisett, of Merrill, was in town to- day. lie came up to ask for assistance iu building a church in the enterprising town which he calls home. ltev. Fausctt says there are two saloons in full blast iii'Me'mll . nnd he thinks a Methodist church,. with some genuine religion, is needed there. Tho good brother should be • ordially received by the christians of iCMars. and some money placed iu his hands. We like to see churches ' iiilt; for the growth of moral teachings means the suocss of Democratic principles. Many physicians. use'O & O's Pills iu their. pr/ ietice ,- as 'they act directly on the liyaflvproduce u pleasant aud , Uiarti. 9 . eiTec . t_ und do not gripe C , ~ M by., Diehl Ai Thompson. Sold tli. lt> D. W. Townsend, the lumber, coal and lime dealer, is hard- pressed with work. Reside his many contrrcts which are just being completed, ho is driven hard to supply the demands for coal and wood, and he is compelled to put three new teams on the toad. To shelter these he is building a bam, 20.\ 34, near his lumber yard, the frame of which is already up. Townsend is doing the work. Mr. T. has seemed an immense business since coming to LeMars, bu^ when we consider what manner of man he ia -- think of his push, his indomitable energy, his strict^ business habits— we are compelled to say, it servos him riuut. Cure your Hogi with Haas' Hog. Remedy. The repairs and new machinery, for B u n s , Treat & Co 's mill arrived Inst n j i t , and miltrights will immediately negin their work. It will be a- week or ten days before the mill will resume work. The White Sewing muchine, conr coded to be the best made, for sale a t Sfeinor & t o.' s. llwtf . Rev. James,- die Presbyterian minister, was in town to- day. He had his nose with him, and it was a very peculiar looking member. The domine hid been assisting iu the sitting of a | stove- pipe which did not fit and that nose was the result. Presbyterian preachers ought not to let i n ordinary s'x> ve- pipe put a nose on them! Rev. James will leave next week for Nevada, where he will preach the gospel to , Wheeler & Wilson No. 8, Victor people who do not nse stoves, bonce Notice of Time Given. ••. To Whom it may Concern; This is to certify that I have given my son Richard W. Davis, minor, his time, that he may transact business iu his own name hereafter, . collect his own claims and pay his own debts. After this date I will not be responsible for uny of his acts or deeds. S . J . DAVIS, : Grant twp., Plymouth eounty, la,. Nov, 2 3 , 1 8 8 1 . 15w5 They say it was a '' special occasion',' at Chris Baoerly's restaurant in Merrill,' last evening. There was a big crowd and lota of fun. — » a n- —- Save money by using Baas' Hog Remedy.. Ho£ ralaara all IMM litaa'Hog IUgi Mfi . , ..•.. vs'.,- . . ' . . . . . ^ c . , , . . „, -"•'•-. ijv'
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