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   Le Mars Daily Liberal (Newspaper) - April 6, 1882, Lemars, Iowa                                 Cibewl. Vol. 2 .-- N0. 62. LeMars, Iowa, Thursday, April 6, 1882. Price— Five Cents. T H E D A I L Y L I B E R A L, IS IH'Iif. IHH KJl EVEKY DAY EXCEl'T SUNDAY, S K L ' O X D S T O K Y COISDKX B L O C K . L K . M A H S . TliltMS:— Delivered by carrier or by mail, 111 cents ]> IT week; 411 cents per month. T H E W E E K L T L I B E R A L , IS JTBtrSHK!) EVEUY WEDNESDAY AT $ 10( 1 PER YEA I J, Ami contains more local news than anv other paper in Northwest Iowa. P r o c e e d s of Boarl of Snuervisors - OF PLYMOUTH COUNTY. mid April Session.,— Monday, I Instill met in regular session April 3. Members present: A. \ Y. Parsons, T. Lias. Vi 'm. Hm- rctt. (.'. D. Hol't'inani), A. M. Dims, auditor and clerk. Minutes of last day's proceedings of the January session and auditor's proceedings in vacation read and approved. How clear to my heart is the school I attended, j t ) m o t i o u ilt lionvn< 0 to 1:.*{ 0 p. m. And how X remember, so distant and dim, | • 1 That re( l- hcsirted Dill, and the pin that I bended, j AI-' TKHXtioX NKSSlo. w And carefully put on the bench under him; i , And how I recall the surprise nf the master. | Members all present. When^ Ilill gave it yell, and. spranpun with tho j On motion the auditor was directed to So high that his bullet- head uursted the plaster i remit to Kiddlecome road and poll tax 83 Above, and the scholars all set up a grin— i ,. io~ r~ That iictivo boy Hilly— thsit hfe- h- lciipmir Billy- l 0 1 ' Y<-'* r ls "- ' I'hat loud- shouting- Billy that sat on the pin! ! 0 n i U O i j o n it W U s ordered that a tax on a j all of section 1 and fractional part of see- j i tiou 2, township ratine 48 running to i I the Sioux river. ; j AVestfield township to embrace all of j i township !) 3, range - 18, except iuj: nortlt tier j ! ef sections and all of township range 40, | except what is set off to Portland town- j ship. j Sioux township to embrace all of town- | ship 91. range 41). and township ill range I IS). I On motion, refundment order issued in j favor of Henry Kliinsorgon on a valuation j of § 194 for year 1881, being for an additontl exemption on first, tiers. On motion, remission was made to M. MeClintoek on a valuation of $ 25 per year. 1881. After the allowance of a number of bills the hoard adjourned until ' Wednesday t April a, at !) o'clock a. m. Gateway Jewelry Store! The grass is starting finely. Homebody predicts two weel :> tf An elegant assortment of Buttons at the New York Dry ( foods Store. 52tf Fred Shaw will plant shade tre. es in front of his residence, south side. There was another heavy rain last night. The dust has been effectually laid. Frank Manahan will leave for Montana the hitter part of the present month. J. A. Jones and family will set sail for southern California, on Tuesday next. The. good people, of Neptune were highly pleased with the " poem," " Lionel LaVere." Kve. ry thing new and at prices to suit the times at. the New York Dry ( foodsStore. 52tf A. shooting gallery is running next, door to'Johnson Pemberlon's wine and beer saloon. Easter cards will be much sought sifter this year. Sartori has ' t he iinest assortment. Go a, nd examine those beautiful Scotch zephyr Ginghams at Kluckhohu, Loew & Go's. ' 52tf The city special election taken place next Monrla. y. befween the hours of i) and ( i o'clock. The. Great Northwestern Clothing Store, in Hoffmann's building. Main street, is now open to the public. Sartori, the, druggist, calls attention to his elegant assortment, of Easter cards. The finest in the market. Rev. Cunningham . informs us that the couseeraiion of Grace. Episcopal church will take place, in June. It is the wish of the board of supervisors to so manage the county a flairs that warrants will reach par and stay there. K. T. Keiin, ol telephone fame, will be in LeMinv in : i few days, to arrange for setting the posts and stretching the wires. M. F. Crouch has bought a. quarter- section of land' in Liberty township, near Robert Crouch's place, and will remove thereto . with his family. The resignation of Miss Mary Linn, assistant in the high school, takes effect next Monday. Up to this time there has been no appointment to fill the vacancy. valuation of § 1,000 for year 1879 be remitted to Gilbert Bros., same being an erroneous assessment. On motion the auditor was directed to remit to J . Ryan the penalty on a tax assessed against him for the years 1877, 187!) and 1880, provided he pays the principal. On motion the auditor was directed to redeem from tax sale in name of Plymouth county east half of southeast quarter, section : 20. township ! J2. range 47. and issue refundment order and treasurer pay the same. On motion the application of I. C, Minison for remission of penalty for years 1878 and 1879 was rejected. On motion the penalty on personal tax assessed against Nelson Payette, remitted on payment of the principal. After allowance of several bill the hoard adjourned till Tuesday morning at9o'clock a. m. TflCSD. VY's SKKKIOX. Board met pursuant to adjournment. All members present. Minutes of yesterday's proceedings read and approved. Petition of It. K. Beck, etal, setting forth tbe necessity of changing a water course running down between northeast quarter of southwest quarter and southeast quarter of southwest quarter, section 20, township 90, range. 4( i, so far as to run east across wagon and railroad track one- fourth of a mile to Floyd river. On motion the request was granted and the auditor directed to t a k e the necessary steps as provided by law On motion the auditor was directed to remit to George Gunn the tax on a. valuation of § 25 for year 1,881. On motion the auditor was directed to remit to Stool tiros, the tax on a valuation of got) for y e a r 1877. On motion, auditor was directed to remit to A. }}. Steiuer on a valuation of $ 4- 10, on lot 10, block 3, LeMars, for year 1881, being a double assessment. On motion, committee to purchase sur- • veying instruments discharged, and on motion, after the allowance of a number of bills board adjourned till ItliO p. m. AKTIiUKOOX" SICSSION. On motion. Henry Davis, overseer of poor, was allowed the sum of K2.;" i0 for keeping and boarding Christian Harrison at poor farm from the time of his arrival. On motion, penally on personal fax to J. Sitzman remitted on payment of principal. On motion, erroneous assessment for 1861 on ; i valuation of 8205 against S. Hrunskill, was remitted. On motion, erroneous assessment for 1881 on a valuation of $ 140( 1 against II. S. I'a. yne, remitted. This being the day and time, fixed by the board at their January sesse. ssion to take action on the rewionslranee again- t ( he division of boundaries of Sioux. Wcstliehl and Portland townships as lixed by tile board at the January session, 1881. Representatives from above named townships were present, and after a lengthy discussion with the board agreed that the following change be made, which, on motion, was adopted. Portland township to embrace all of township 9J, range 48, and the north tier John Damy, who broke his leg several weeks ago by falling from the sidewalk, is now able to get around the house bv the aid of crutches. Yesterday L. M. Garner's two- year- old run a red- hot poker into his eye, and it is feared the. little fellow's sight is permanently destroyed. — Colfax YVator on draught at (.'. J. Corkery's. Greatest specific lor derangements of stomach, bowels, liver and kidneys yet found. Price forty cents per gallon. ' ' 4( 1— df'lt Dr. Prosser's practice is growing continually. His time is so fully engaged, day and night, that lately he has been compelled to refuse new calls. Dr. Prosser is singularly successful in his practice. Morgan & Grayson have put in a brick machine- that presses damp elay. and they expect to do good work this season. The capacity of their yards has been greatly increased. Two new sheds have been built. On Tuesday evening of next week the Mason ec Morgan combination will play " Uncle, Tom's Cabin" in this city, tickets for which can be had at the usual place. This troupe is said to be an excellent, one, and the play, though worn with age, is always enjoyed. The Journal says that l'ortlandville wants a republican newspaper. Which reminds us that a gentleman from the southern part of the state was in town yestertcrday. looking over the town with a view to establishing a republican paper here. Guiteau is in good health and getting fat. He would wither away to skin and bones, probably, if he could bring his mind to realize the fact that every pound gained will only tend to render the fall more, effeel ual. It has been reported on the streets that John Dcitrich's family is sick of smallpox, but the story is iinlruo and unjust. Dr. W. O. Prosser, who is attending the family— and he is a physician who thoroughly understands his business— assures us that there is not the slightest rcsemhmcc to small- pox, hut the disease is just what it has been pronounced— scarlet fever. Most people appear to think that " an inch of rain" is a small matter: hut the " thirsty ground" will show another story. Let us calculate a little. An acre is equal to ( i, 272,( i40 square inches: an inch deep of Water on this area will be as many cubic inches of water; which, at 277,271 to the gallon, is 22,( i22.." i gallon.-.. This quantity weighs over I K! tons. Easier day ( ill on . April ( i in 1871. Hi will not, however, fall on Ibis day again after the present year till 104 I: ( hen again in lOfil), 202'.!, 2():; 4, 2045: etc. In 1. H80 it will liill on April 25, its latest possible date. This will IK ; ( lie first time it lias occurred since 1he introduction of the new style in 1752. II will then not occur again on April 25 nniil alter an interval of litty- se. ven years, or in MM IS: and then not a;;;; in for one hundred and sixty- three years. The citizens of LeMars manifested their good sense last, night by quietly staying • away from the hall, and as consequence | the'' spirit-," who make known their presi ence through Dr. Shah-, were compelled to close- up temporarily. Our reporter was in a position where he could see the, people as they crowded to see their defunct sisters, cousins, aunts, and uncle John's, and lo! there was nobody. The weather may have had something to do with this total absence of an audience, but good hard sense was the prevailing cause. LeMars people don't take to mountebanks as a general Peter Garrison, — Dealer i n— FRESH TUB OYSTERS! i i At t h e P l y m o u t h Meat Market. ( 2fi" tf j FOR A GLEAN SHAVE j - co T O — KO F E irs N t d I o G or ' s BARBER SHOP S I X T H STRUCT, ' list of P l y m o u t h Co. Hank, : : Ll-: M.\ us, iravn. NFAVbV FUUNISH15I) T I I R O t T , H O U T. F i r s t - c l a s s Workmen and Prompt Attention. { ^ " T h l s s h o p will not bo o p e n on S u n d a y s . . . i ti jimlT-' SI G. ,1. KtKNKi, Prop. S.' IN\ HYDE. CONTRACTOR_ ANI) BUILDER! Special a t t e n t i o n wiven u, machinery work, fit w h i c h he has had lou « - e x p e r i e n c e . Cnn be f o u n e at. D. W. T o w u s e n t l ' s lumber otliee, t, e Mars, Iowa. SSltl' CITY MILLS, L E J W A R ^ IOWA B I R O S . , Manufacturers of F L O U R , F E E D . C H O P Corn Meal, Plaster, Etc. And Dealers in GRAIN OF ALL KINDS. The New P r o c e s s Flour made at I lie t ' l tv . Mills i s p r o n o u n c e d by nil w h o hnved tried 11 us o f t h e liljrhest quality, li cont a i n s all t h e sti- cmrtli and p u r i t y of t h e w h e a t. Try o n e s a ck of ( h i s Hour and y o n will always u s e it. Sold by all JJTOCCI- S. FQ& FRESH AND SALT HEATS — l i d T O— JOHN G. DIETRICH'S Market ( Norris' old stand.) Main St., l. eMars. Iowa, W h o l e s a l e and Retail D e a l e r In Mil W FANCY KEIES, PROVISIONS, C O A L OIL, SALT, ETC. All Goods delivered in city and to depot free of cartage. G. B. BIOKARDSON, REAL ESTATE, Collection, Loan and Insurance Agewt for Northwestern Iowa. Liinds bought and sold on c o m i M i s s J o i i . All b u s i n e s s promptly intended to. Ilel'creue, The bunks and b u s i n e s s men o f LCMMI 1 ,-. N E W C O O D S i C. P . W O O O A R D , t i e n e r u l Afteut of AGRICULTURAL IMPLEMENTS. Oldest miicliinc depot in the town. \ A'e solicit tin exiuuinnlion of our e. oods, ; iud comparison of prices with other dealers. Plymouth Meat Market S I X T H STH15KT, - - - l. cMnrs, In. | N ox I l o Dent's Hank.] All Kinds of Fresh mill Salted ZL\ ZIZ ZE l! _ A_ F C J L ' £ 3 S A I ' S A d K , PUUl. TltV, ( IAMK, FltKSH FISH, & e. The hiji'host price paid for Holler. ] 3> i> Hides. t i e o . ( Irny, s o lonw e o u n e e l e i l n l l h ('. I ris's meat m a r k e t , is miminrei- of the titblishini'iit. and N o i - n ew es- : i:. M \ V. A . O'O'ITIIHM.. .1A. MKS t'r. M l b l . K H . C 0 T T R E L L & MILLER — DICALICU. S IN — Agricultural I rnplements, Wind Mills and Pumps. Jn s l o c k it f u l l l i n e of Carriages, Buggies and Wagons. M a i n St r e e l , n e a r I l l i n o i s C e n t r a l railroad. T H E G R E A T of sections of township » 3, range ' 18, and j thing. A. B. Steiuer & Co.' s HUCnKtfSOItK T O -— WERNL1 & SfEINER. " Would rt'.- pi'ct f u l l y rtrmouJiw 1 thstt Itn- y LARGE STOCK, BOOKS AKD STATIONERY ! Wall Pudcr, Cui- tiiins, I'u. iiain Fixtures, Fneey < toods, JJaby I'arria ^ eM, Musical Insr. runienl. s a nd ,,. Sewifiji Machines IN EBTOLESS VARIETY. Watches, Clocks anil Jewelry. Uopiiiring in ' his line promptly attended to. ( live us n call and we giinrimtee satisfaction. A, s . i i t WITH A Look Out for the Ail fflft^ FOK SUITS, HATS AND FINE FURNISHING GOODS GO TO— U. S. CLOTHING CO.- ® *  

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