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   Le Mars Daily Liberal (Newspaper) - July 5, 1881, Lemars, Iowa                                 ITHE DAILY LIBERAL. IB PUBLISHED 5HY AFTERNOON EX CEIT UN DA onC Story Flint's Block. LoMnrs, Iowa. RMS — Delivered by carrier or by all, 10 |: cents per week, 40 cents per month, teriielbg Kates made kuowu on application i a t the office. | THE WEEKLY LIBERAL. IB PUBLISHED ££ HY WEDNESDAY, AT $ 2.00 PEK YEAR I. 1S1DY & P111PP1SN, PUBI. ISllUHS, 1 is the largest paper in n'orthw est Iowa Vol. 1.— No. 148. LeMars, Iowa, Tuesday, July 8, 1881. Price— Five Cents. THE DAILY LIBERAL BOOK AND JOB ROOMS, The Liberal Job Printing Office has recently been re- stocked with types and material, and • is now able to turn out work In the most approved style, at prices corresponding with city offlres. Wo ask a trial and feci confident that we can satisfy the- moat exacting. , With new material and expert workmen we do not fear competition. V. S.— Specimens shown and estimates made Give us a call. LEIDY & FHIPPEN. The Assassination. Since Saturday tbepeople have been a ferment to learn the latest news Hams'/' lifdncerning President Garfield, and the | pj | ances for or against his z'ecovery. f; £ jj| nday morning and during the en- |!^ Jife day the reports were of a more . fpficouraging character, and it was pped that the wound would not Stove a mortal one. These hopes were ^^^ ispelled, however, on yesterday, M> 3 || rhen the news came of high fever, girireat pain and symptoms most al- | rming. About 6 o 'clock last evenly' the news was announced that the President was dead, and a hush fell | pon the people, peculiar and distressing, Flags were draped and Iitknots of men congregated at the * Street corners, talking of the terrible ^^ iffair, and muttering vengeance. Sud j ^ i ^ denly there was a stir, and the glad Sews, denying the President's death "• Iwas brought. The flags were robbed iS 'of their indications of mourning, and there was joy because of the good news. • However, this was of short duration, f m for again the click of the telegraph jWi'^ announced more unfavorable symp- || torns, and all intelligence since goes l|; to prepare the country for the dread | § annoiinceinent of death! Before this' llpaper reaches its readers this news will probably come. II' Vice- president Arthur has gone to p. Washington, called there by those in attendance upon Garfield. Unthinkjing men. throughout the country are laying blame upon Gonkling and Arthur for the terrible crime commit 1 ted by Gilleau. but the sober second thought will no doubt do these men . the jnstioo-. th. at every man is, entitled Ho. A telegram received hero at A small sum of money was found in Koenig's barber shop, Saturday evening. The owner can have the same py proving up; and paying for this, notice. Con. Corkery now has a full team at work in his shops. Charley Ward is boss at the corner of Main and Sixth streets, and Clement Ryan, a Dubuque boy, and Corkery himself manage the old stand. Last evening Pat Hopkins paid the boys fifteen dollars, the consideration on their part being that they would make no noisy demonstration inasmuch as the Nation's President was supposed to be dying. Mr. King, Superintendent Parker will send six extra coaches to LeMars to accommo-! 0. L^ v Berg, date the crowds who will wait to visit Sionx City on business next Monday. One car will be especially provided for those good people, who only want to see the anmals. Round- trip tickets only 50 cents. 10: 30 says: The President is- sinking rapidly The attendants have abandoned all hope. The. Liberal, after receiving the above from a passenger on the Con tral train, ( the news purporting to have been received at Cherokee) tele graphed to that place, and learned that no such news had been received over the wire. At this writing the latest news received is dated at Washington, 8: 30 a. m., and says: " Presi dent Garfield is reported better." j The murderer Gilleau is strongly guarded in prison. He is wholly unconcerned apparently, only showing nervousness! when the reports indicating the probable recovery of the President. It is positively asserted that Gilleau had allies, and that he was signalled by one of these confederates when the President's carriage reached the depot. LATEST.— The following telegram received at 3 o'clock, brings good news. That it may but foreshadow the recovery of the President every American heart will wish. Dr. Reyburn, one of the attending physicians, has just come from White House and says the symptoms are ' more favorable than at any previous hour. Couxtui,.— The macting of the city council was held at- Mayor Woodard's office Saturday evening. The usual routine work was passed through kur- j Hart, ricdly, and after Clerk Myers had tendered his resignation ( which was laid on the tables) and the bonds of city treasure were approved the council adjourned to meet on Thursday evening of the present week. The Mayor lias purchased con fort able chairs and tables for the use of council, and the room tcmporariy occupied makes a very eonfort.' iblc place for the Conscript Fathers. But permanent) quarters will have to bo secured in some central part of town. FROM CHEROKEE.— N. P. Coe. of Washington township, came in from Cherokee this morning. He reports a big crowd and pleasant time. Mr. Coo says that Saturday-- morjaiug„ Jii « - old soldiers' meeting opened with every propect of a joyous time, but that at an early hour the news of President Garfield's assassination was re- Sportsmen's Pourtli of July. The celebrated Gateway Shooting Club observed the anniversary of American independence by several first class matches yesterday, near Gehlen's Grove. Notwithstanding the heat and dust a largo crowd assembled to witness the contests, which were interesting to those who admire skill and nerve. The first was a shoot at pigeons, and the score stood as follows; five shots taken: 0 1 0 0 1.. 2 ,0 0 0 0 0. .0 • 0 0 0 x 0.. 0 0 1 1 1 1.. 4 0 0 0 0 1. .1 1 x 0 1 0.. 2 1 1 1 0 0. .3 1 1 1 1 0.. 4 0 0 0 0 0. .0 1 0 0 0 1. .2 1 1 0 1 1 . .4 I 0 1 1 1.. 4 The next trial was also for pigeons, three shots, the score standing: 0 1 0 . .1 0 1 1.. 2 0 0 0.. 0 1 1 0 . 0 1 0. 0 1 0. .1 1 1 0.. 2 1 1 0.. 2 i i i . . a 1 1 1. .3 John Wilde, Dan Padmore, John Ge. hlen, Harvy Hart, Henry Henrich, T. M. Thompson, A. A. Aldrich, Gar man, Brother March, M. B. Kelly, Kelley, Hynes, Aldrich, Thompson, Harker, Henri nil, Golden, Berg, Wilde, 10 cent CAUTER'S. for cents, at 4ntf Summer Sacques and Havelocks at Evans & Co. 112tf For freezers, refrigerators, carpet sweepers, bird cages, door mats, clothes bars, dress boards, patent churns and all kinds of household utensils, at the lowest prices,. apply to China Hall, 53 4th street, Sioux City, Iowa. Mail orders carefully filled. 121tf Plain and Lace Buntings and Lawns at Evans & Co. ' l! 2tf Les Moines coal, best in the market; $ 5,50 per ton at TOWNSEND'S. 89- tf. The finest Ice Cream of the season by the dish, quart, barrel, or wagonload is at Bowman's. 107- tf. Hungarian grass seed and field peas at Pew & LuRue's. 112tf Linen and Debeige Ulsters at 112tf EVANS & Co. " Wanted. Everybody to know that Pew & LaRue have the best line of Cook Stoves in town. GStf House and Sign Painter ! LE MARS, ! 0WA. Particular attention paid to Kalsomining and Paper- hanging. Can be found at the Duncan House. 138 J. II. BltOU'KR, M. D. IS. D. llttOlVEl!, i). r>. s. GROWER BROS., PHYSICIAN AND SURGEON, and SURGEON DENTIST. Can be consulted at all hours day or night. Gold fillings a specialty. Office over Kluckhohn & Loew's store, LeMars, Iowa. • 103tf At Bowman's . Arctic Soda Fountain is where you get those fine cool drinks. 107- tf. CJi'nural Agt- nt f or AGRICULTURAL IMPLEMENTS. Oldest machine depot in l l i o town Wo s o l i n i mi cxHiinnntion uf mir noorti and comparison of prices wiih oihtr dealers. l\ New because it is only within the last few vctira that it has been improv- FOBRENT.— Agooddwellinghouse. j « l and brought within the reach of Foakct has two houses and lots lor sale. One for $ 2i> 0 and the other for $ 350. 12211' GEORGE E. RICHARDSON, i R E A L E S T A T E, Collection, Loan and Insurance Agent for Northwestern Iowa. J. nndu bought and Bold ou commission. Aj bus. ness promptly attended t o . References Hlie bankorf and business men of LeMnrs. lal Q ' 1? WT If X I 1 " avfi taken rooms IC* 111 VV I i \ VJT . over Jones the Merchant Tailor's (" tore, corner Main and Sixth streets, and am prepared to do ALL KINDS OF PLAIN SEWING, and to make CHII/ DUEN'S WEAK and LAD IES' UNDER- CLOTHING, lSStr Mrs. A. A. ALLINE. FRANK MILLER & CO. Groceries and Provisions ! FLOTJK - Ac3Srr> PEED. Sells goods cheaper than any other • tore, and don't y o u forget i t . All goods d e l i v e r e d free of charge. Bif ~ L © ^ T T o o i cT J0, H> 7 C. MORRIS, A . TJCTI0K & COMMISSION. Duys and sells all kinds of household goods also, horses » , cattle, I'ariulutf Implements, etc. Will uttiMid to sales in tut? country at roa'enable n i t c s . Auuti JU Bvery week, itooms over l l e c l i ' s , on Sislh St.. opposite ( Jent'a tjlauk. 19 The third bout was at glass balls. Score as below: Hart, 1 1 1 1 1. .5 Aldrich, 11111.. 5 Wilde, 1 1 1 0 0. .3 Thompson, 0 0 0 0 0. .0 Harker, 0 1 0 0 0. .1 Grauce, 0 1 1 0 0. .2 The last tilt was at glass balls, with tho following disaster: Thompson, Inquire of Curtis & Durley. 125tf Silk and Cashmere Dolmans at 112tf EVANS & Co. N. C. Evans & Co. have the largest and ( inest stock of Dry Goods ever shown in LeMars. The ladies should take notice of this before purchasing elsewhere. 112tf 1 1 1 1 1. .5 0 0 0 0 0.. 0 1 1 1 0 1.. 4 0 0 1 1 1. .3 1 1 1 1 0.. 4 Honrich, 0 1 1 0 1. .3 Vf r e would mildly suggest that these very excellent scoi es be kept for further reference. Gehlen, Aldrich, Burch, Wilde. FOB SALE.— The undersigned has a thoroughbred bull for sale. Out of Red Jim recorded in American Herd Book.. Pedigree shown on- application. ( 135tf) R. WALKER. Abstracts of ,_ I ^ j C ^ ^ ^ - T h e , ladies of tlio Con-, gregatioiial church will hold an ice- 1 crpam festival at the residi- ncf* of i George II. Spring, Est]., south Main ' street, on Thursday evening, and the | I have a complete seH^ jfc^ bptmct Rooks, and earaghrnish Abstracts of Title promptly JPlowest prices. 107tf j p L S. STRUBLE. ifiWli F i s h. ''" Lake'^ MiitefifehWrOut reeerved every Tuesday'" a lid Thursday at Rowman's Restaurant. 12' Jtl' every one; old in principle because the first invention was made, and the first patent taken out nearly twenty years ago, and cases made at that time and worn ever sieee are nearly as good as new. Read the following which is only one case of many hundreds; your jeweler can tell of similar ones. MANSWKLD., PA., May 28,1878. .1. have a customer who has carried one of Boss' Patent Cases fifteen years and 1 knew it two years before he got it, and it now appears good lor ten years longer. R. E. OI- NEF, Jeweler. Remember James Boss' is the only Patent Case made ol'two plates ot solid gold ( one outside and one inside) covering cv.- ry part exposed to wear or sight, the great advantage of these solid plates over electro- gilding is apparent to everyone. Boss' is the only '. Patent Case, with which ihtsre4s given a written warrant. Improved Farms Wanted, ceived, which clouded the exorcises and saddened every heart. Howevor, public are cordially invited to attend. \ p o r s o n B wanting to soil improved Tho proceeds will go toward liquida- 1 farms are requested to leave doscrip CITY HOTEL, Corner Main and 7th Streets, M A R S , - I O W A. Streng & Engeldinger. Props. First- class accommodations. We respectfully ask a, share of the public patronage. 134tf F a r m i o r ' S a l e ! i n f\ ACRES CHOICE LAKX>, ± O \ J four miles southeast of Lie IVTars, nil under cultivation. Good house, now; granary, barn, cattle shods, yards, and good water. Apply , to or address the undersigned A. D. TOMLTNSON, feb24tf LeMars, Iowa. D K A I J U U IN Groceries * nd Provisions! Botanic Sloclicines aiVl - OrugH tut M j ^ , the programme was faithfully carried j l t'" i" n g t, h e sm. a ll debt , inc1urre1d , b- y, . t, h, e 1 0 •' recent re pairs upon tho church bundout, and while every hoarfc was sore i n g , Thosn who know the plejisnro over the calamitous news, there was , that follows an attendance upon a gladness, too, at the greeting of sob I Congregational ico cream festival will « • ' - 1. . * i,„ I not wait to be urged to coino out Thursday evening. To all others the Liberal's greeting is: If you don't ittend you will miss a rich treat. Tables will be spread upon tho oletnt lawns surrounding the Hpri'ng mansion; pale Luna will shed her subdued iight upon the happy company, and gaudily- dressed Indies will furnish tho refreshments. dier friends of tho years gone Oy. Mr. Coe says every part of the three days' exercises had been carefully arranged, and the boys all expressed themselves as delighted with their treatment. An immense throng of people was present. POLITICAL.— To- morrow the representatives of the six Counties comprising the Fiftieth Senatorial district will meet in this place for the purpose of selecting a candidate for Senator on the Republican ticket. Three names arc mentioned— Curtis, Chase and Robinson— but the light lies practically between Curtis and Chase, The former . has a solid county as much encouragement behind him, while Capt. Chase, though he managed to secure his county delegation, is oharg cd with having resorted to foul means in the accomplishment of his end ; The Captain is not a popular man with the masses, because of which we hope lie may be nominated, as that step will make the Democratic victory more easy. There no doubt will be lots of fun at the convention to- morrow. Judge Eccleston, ot Lyon county, is in town. The Liberal's bulletin boards have attracted large crowds since the assassination. E. If. Israel left for the east yesterday afternoon. He will be absent about ten days. Prof. S. N. Fellows, and Mr. A. N. Fellows left yesterday for Iowa City. The latter will return about the 25th. LOST .— A rubber cane, belonging to A. A. Aldrichf be , ^ suitably » w^^ ttgj%$ fflpjp tion and full particulars at oflico of CLOSE Bnos. & Co., 86tf LeMars Iowa For Sale. The furniture store on Main street, south of the Post- Oince. Apply to 121tf W. FOSKBTT. Horses and Cattle;" 3 v - Carriage Repository! BUSINESS LOCALS. I? or a cheap team of horses; for 1 cash or on time, sec Wilde & Myers. 145tf Important to Eenters. The undersigned will furnish lots and build houses of any style and good finish, and will receive in payment one- fourth down, the balance in monthly payments. And tho price shall be as reasonable as any person can do the same work. 135tf AV. M. FOSKETT.. Men and Teams " Wanted. Sec that you get the guarantee with each case, ask your Jeweler for illustrated Catalogue. JBUNT B R O T H E R S MANUFACTURERS OF H) R SALE.-— A few first- class Retriever Puppies just imported, j Work until November for 600 teams Apply, H. A. Simms, t\ O. box 231, j at $ 3.50 per day, and 500 men at $ 1.75 LeMars. 145d3 r p o BE LET.— About 80 acres of L good hay laud upon tho Floyd bottom, eight miles from LeMars. For terms apply to F. 11.- Price, with Messrs. Close Bros., LeMars. 145tf S tolen or strayed from Close's barn, _ LoMars, ou Thursday 30th, June, a russet sheep- dog- long hair, bushy, tail, white stripe on the face and white breast, anyone giving information that will hmd to recovery of the same will be rewarded. 145tf H. Tonn, Mickley House. same SCHOOL MATTERS.— A meeting of the school board will be hold this evening, when important business will be transacted. Two additional teachers are to be elected, and arrangements will be made for the furnishing of another room in tho school building for the accommodation of the great number of new scholars who are coming in next fall. We understand that there will be some effort to have a " ward building" put up on the north side of town. This, it seems to us, would be wiser than the completion of more room in the present building. There is a large number of primary scholars on tho north side of town, sufficient, in fact, to fill a room, and the erection of a building on that side would prove a convenience and a blessing in rough pnd Btormy weather. The additional expense would bp slight. OST.— A pocket account book con- J taining about thirty dollars in money, together with a number of accounts was lost last evening by the undersigned. A liberal reward will be paid for the return of the same to 143tf JOHN YOUNG. WANTED.— A good cook and a reliable girl for general house work. Apply immediately at the Wisconsin House. • 141dtf. Sewing machine wanted. 140d3 HEKBEBT Cora. per day, Station work for men and teams at good, prices upon the line of the Chicago, Milwaukee and St. Paul • Railway from Council Bluffs sixty miles eastward. Apply upon tho line in Pottawattamie, Harrison, Shelby and Crawford counties. MITCHELL VINCENT, 128w4 Neola, Iowa. F O B . SALE THE KSnWCK FAEH PLYMOUTH COUNTY 480 acres in Section 9, Township 92, Range 40, 5 miles west of LeMars; 100 acres good plow land— the balance all meadow land, with a good stream of water running through it. Price $ 11 per acre. Apply to HOtf JOHN HEHKON, Agent. Corner Fourth and. Main Streets, LEMAHS, IOWA. Pluetons, Buggies, etc., mado to order AVe have lirst- class workmen, and the, best of lumber, and do not hesitate to guarantee satisfaction. Repairing done promptly; all work warranted. G u t h r i e & J B S o w m an I R / E - ^ I L E S T A T E A N D C O L L E C T I O N A G E N CY ExeluKlvo A ROHC. V of the Iowa Railroad Land Company. Hliving for Mile o f (! i « / ituds of tin's Company niorii tliini rSTTWO HUNDRED THOUSAND ACKUS of tho lliioflt liinil in Western Iowa. Sulu 01" IMPROVED FAKMB made a specialty. Correspondence! imlidited. Oftiee ou Slain Ktn- et, between Fifth and Sixth LBMAHS. IOWA. 8Ty Notice to Contractors, . AVANTED.-— A good girl to do house work. Only three in family. The best wages paid. Apply at house. 137tf MRS. Dit. STABLE*. Large stock of low- priced baby- carriages at China Hall, 53 4th street, Sioux City, Iowa. 121tf Monitor oil stove at China Hall, 53 4th street, Sioux City, Iowa. Send for circular. 121tf The steam bakery bread received daily at'O. J. Corkery's is the finest ever sold in LeMars, 90tf Scaled bids will be received at the Auditor's otiicc, in LeMars, until 1 o'clock, p. m. of the 9th day ot July, A. D. 1881, for the building of a wagon bridge across the Big Sioux river, at Portlandville. Said bridge to be a combination or wood, 150 feet span, with piling piers and abutment. Bids will also be received, to build a wooden bridge over the Broken Kettle, at the old Sutton crossing, to be 114 feet long including approaches. Bidders must furnish plans and detailed specifications, and a bond of double the amount must accompany each bid. The right is reserved to reject any and all bids. A. M. VLVVB, ... June 18 ' 81 , C133w2> Auditor.' SIXTH STKEET, KEAH POST OFFICE F'ranz's Celebrated Lager Beer on Tap. The choicest brands of Cigars always on hand. 89 w4 F o r i s o r « G r o c e r i es ( JO TO Peebles & Gab iel's Main S'treel, near Seventh. AVe Dim 10 plt'iiae, hoih in q u a l i t y o f gt. odp mid in prices. Goods delivered lo till imrtM   othej: eatabilahraeut- inthe, town: .: l:- mp. witl'. uU] r « Dttclt.< A WISHING TO PURCHASE A Platform, Half- Platform, Three- Spring Wagons, Phaetons, Baroush. es. Top or Open Buggies, Dexter Queen, or Side- bar Buggies, or Anything in the buggy Hne,' can't do better than purchase the standard work I represent. Every job warranted for one year. Don't fail to call and see ns before purchasing elsewhere. E. GABRIEL,, S. 11. Cuxr, Proprietor. Salesman. 128m6 L A U N D R Y , LEMARS, IOWA. H. A. W. CORFIEXD, Proprietor. AVashing done of all kinds at 75c per dozen ( large and small) by firstclass English laundresses. Gent's collars and shirts got up equal to new. Ladies' laces and dresses will receive special attention. The laundry wagon will call and collect washing every Saturday, beginning July 2, and return same free of charge. All clothes should be marked and placed in basket or bag with a list. Mail all orders to above address. 133tf Ouruor s i x t h and Eagle Streets, N. RICHARDS, - - Proprietor. Fi'fC omnibus to and from till trains. T » b l o supplied with nil the markut, affords. Sample rooniB in c o n n e c t i o n with tho huuee. Itf HQPKINSON & PALEY Auction and Commission Dealers. LEMABS, IOWA Office under Dent's Bank, on Sixth. Street. 40tf House of Lords! THE BEST BILLIARD HALL, Luncheon, Bar and Refr#$ ti( nmt Saloon in the Qi$ y. . Nothing but choice^ and best " doniesfcio;— irted. as. row ^^^^^^^ %- mm  

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