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   LeMars Evening Sentinel (Newspaper) - January 18, 1885, Lemars, Iowa                                Froltfht K� '(iruds, Ftclifht Railroad TImo Tablo^ tfil INOI S CKNTUA . } trains ooino kabt. - 4:10 I". M.  l.iiO ......................     /..(It .................... W(c:\:, ..............   r .......rion-^u !Uld Nl  I)IS<'OV�TJ-. �,v:iH,' 111 11.V "f  iln''i' il   lli^j ,j   l,.r   fi.liMiliipl^l,,^ 111,1   r.ri>iieliii>lf:'ice tl.-ain >lai'tc('t S;.i'iuil, .IiUiy 1.1 \M\. Wiii,t--XM. 1 liiii'il mill .Iiiiiiinrv, iO.Sc I mil liiii: I'r'lin.ii.y H:;.r,i:l.lil: Miiy. NT.' hi'l. \ ""<-J^v,.,,,,,, :Vt..;!. -.l-ifi KV'!.�. .1.^.-^ i!je-S(., y"�t - �'euro. its fan, �"� of ]\rr r ~ noiincC KUT' pO spiiii.   iVe to a'osiii b Q America, ant q, 'blood. ifor-and f jarniim offered Gen. (iPanfc S �r the loan of Iho hitter's collecli? far and foreign ciiriostiea and relics, exliibiii(jn purposes. Tlic New Orleans exuosilion aifaiiis improve 'nw'c .slowly. Oliver IJroH & I'liiliins. llio Rrealest iron ilrin of Piltsburfr, failed willi from tlirec to live million liabilitie;!. Tiie Gcnlral Iowa railroad has defaulted on ,?.'i,7")0,0(iO lirst morl!?af;e bonds. AVm. M. Jilvarts is said to liave a sup � thing ou tlie New Ymk scnatorshu'^oi' f^,, m i)6n (.'nmcron lias been ro-i;/^f ^  Jl'^ .1 i;ilii:ivl;iili!f JIi-iiu ily ol (li ,K ;Miirsh'.s Coldi'ii !I:;l:.!tni . 'Vt. ur 11 iiiih-ani shells \v; Slves (.xcellent taliKfaction. a limb. . ..v�uiiK of tho aUlii, with burning !i;� pallia through t'lo lump, iiiado llfo t intolerable.   Tho Icfj hccamo onor-iimuFly cnliirgcd, and running ulcora formod, diaoliarging gro.it quantities of extrenioly olfoiisivo matter.   Ko treatment was of any avail mitll tho man, by Mr. Lklaxd's direction, was supplied with AvEn's Saii�apa-r.iLLA, which allayed tho pain and irritation, healed tho aores, removed tho svvolilug, and complotcly restored tho limb to use. Mr. LiitiAHu has yorsoimlly used Ayer's Sarsaparilla for Kliciittinllnm, with cntlro success ; and, after careful observation, deolaros that. In hia belief, there is no mcdicino In tho world cjual lo it for tho euro of Llvor Disorders, Gout, tho cn'ccts of IiIrIi living, Snlt Ithuuni, Snn^g, ICruiitions, and all tlio various forms of l)Ino"'nits . tints Will, be- - ^-^''ccS."'� �"eh IT-     Mail I>     Ereat ceiii^i-  ^        i ,,.1,1 ,,......,1 111 ilui vegetable ...u, there has been discovered and perfected a valuable compound tonic, agreeable in taste, pleasant In action and highly benei'ciul in results, and is now sold under the nain.i of l!(i.>ii'; S.\NATivio CuitDi.VL. It forms one ot Ihe most valuable tonics and eurreet-ives ever yet offered to tlie puMic.  It is especially adapteil lo any lesion of the hepatic, gasiric or renal fiiiu'.tioiis arising from sedentary oecuii.'iti.-" jiosure to iiii>hl Think, jii.'t licciUisc you ' _ have bron surfeilxi;,' terribly (j \j       with lihcuinatl.sm or Neu- coiitlutic to sutrcr. .Nor think- .just becausB nobody ha.s boon aWo to euro yo'a or yo\;r frlcnas, that Kturafgla and liliouniail.iia nro incuniWo. Dj     Think lliat a euro is iru-n    ! pit5-3l(!ia;iti have bccnunnijie to nci;ompllil. Its Kiir think tliat because ATJiLOPiionos 1W9 net been l;ninvn ever since the founrtat.lnu ot tlio woil.;l, It will uot cure Khomnalista ami "~ No.!,dc-el the tcstimo r tiioiiuikii'iaiiotfiuiTorci arc no-.v sound uiul Ueaily. JNor (liiiik llmt bc.aii.se you have triud fifty other tlilnsii tb^if r-"-�' ,....a.\eA ___..nil person- ally cither at his nmnimoth Ocean Hotel, Long llraiioh.or .at tho popular Loland llotol, liroadway, 27th and '28th Streets, Now York. Mr. l.io.and'S cxtonsivo Itnowledgo of Iho good done by this nnoqunllcd cradlcator of Mooil pulHonn enables him lo give inquirers much valuablo Information. Dr.J.C.Ayor&Co., Lowell, Mass. Sold by all Uruggiata; 51, six bottles for S5. "11 arli,j, .'10 esUng �"" *i�":i    .oil,.. "ii all ((,0, Of �uo- seciii n0(i)(; i.seijieiK Ul ____J1 . ..w.icr iiiingd th.-it i'.Uled,"tli;'.t; Atiii.oi liu..* is li!;o tlicm. Don't be discouraged! The very thing that -ml! c:irj Rheumatism and .Neuralgia is ATHLOPHOROS. Don't be Sfieptical! A THLOPHOROS lias cured otiiers. It viil Cure YOU. If yo;i nipiKitcrt AariLornonosof your dnii-vlKt, wo will M'un ii iix|.rrt� I'll ivL-i'lpt of remilnr price-one iit.ll.ir !.i'i'l...til.'. Woiiwtcrtliatyoii liny It from yniii' ilriwinft. but if In; hr.isn't It, do not lio i�rHU^dcd 1-1 try noiiirthitiK ilse, but order at oiico from nsaiidlrotU'.l. flTHLOPHOROS CO., 112 WALL SL, NEW yORK. >lf mf�iM�i>^nmiii II. B. iHmmnii�in��� - -  "(hoi "TiiK lliiMiaiv fill favorably mitieinl I HolighiiiS and scuular. In "Havlnir ii laruo sale, anl mippluiilluH: all I lor medlcliioK. 'i'hcru la no dciiyliiB' tho viitin'fl nf the Ibip plant, mid tlie priiprlolorrt of Hop Hitters bin  :..S.r,,onCP oy exetcii-e       ,t ^.^y ,,,^erecl the family do?.'*-., -feai-l^o^^"     h away tlie life of little to me, iuiima" were the the little iniioceiit, just giithered lo the fold of icious (lock,is made up of riiid purest .gems froin the cU\a| cii-clo the earthly home f death le homo had been hover of Wr. iiiid i\hs ll-bcJxti'a o^-V^t'usio^aking olt brings niispeak-o utmost t'"". j^^on 1 .vet. when even parents ""^aiovu-necl ^^^^^ ^f this sorrow lo Cf.�.,iimQ^8^'''"^,''ut tUo ri'cnictiiro just added to the -ocatediil-�rftvmd A-""-** V iradise, tho contrast with Pii D�-i^Aond.      ' �1., >4nai      ^'^tle one, in writhing on iM- '    n^rtMu'aWS^^^f' erab-aneous ..roup, must *%!?|40re;ea>w^^. - , deT�ift| per in tho reconcilation to The botdt 3obw ?^?:!^^pvat8 ii},Mb sooner or later overtake 'il'toraooa^Ktbe-deWOf I, this visit tlie swift 6i'B5mentl3,;|Jn   Cla^'J^��^T, diacVala om beyond came witiiin tr Ii'' bv'^^^^^^  Cti\rw*ot\^.^^^^ rools, cleanses tlio }iiiiffl5.^s''*^^^^anOvi^^^^^   ds elegance to Itixnriauce, l'JWe"Si4^I&{JS^toSd^^^       ai7preciatiye-public �Thesong service,inornulfe Ing, at the KpiBcopal cUuvcU wan very attmotlve and 1 .  omted by large congregatiO; , Tlio duet between �lmw and Banks at 11 . oiiturday night      ' dosemd the ftpp ,  vWftlot Rev. Mr.^ mo was annouiiOT .The Urat train on the vjbuw tlie east since Thursday came :::no9n, with two engines attach ,v load of mftlTfov tbls clt; .A. protracted meetlnff was in^ wAB^mn tq!ni�?it and evoir until fuvtliev'riotlce. �as; ^jj^^^QgfChemioar IJaking powder .'6 are none so deaf as those shear and uono so doceiyed vp 1 buy any other brand tliah ''^ i: hehiical  Uaking Powder, iQ'l'rom Oroam Tartor and Ploaae try it.   It will go la'bettcr pastry and is very �horlU-H Siilo. l-'pliy Klvoli, l-liat jjy vlKno ot a itloa, to nip r]|rcioloif;j4lBuetl out illico.of tho illstrlot ooiirf, of tlio Itii and t'oirl'lyiuouthdouiUy, utj-J. Cqiidpjroilliv snh] qoiu'tlii (Vivoi-Iji'&Oo.iindHKniDStA. jJiiuiinnn IvUlmaii, 1 httvo lovJOil upon tb� bodroiUoBtitto, ft^jUo propor-iidii iitKl^lmlim � iJftlihtmn, r-, JAlf .ot'tjio utiuthwcjit nu/u'-SfiK'el o.S-Se,ssii)ii of liie enliro Mtoelc of ;ri)oi|,<, In tiireaiid ll.vliires in the (crueer.v Mori) id' Van Sieklei- Duty, in tlie elty of fjoJIurs. And wliereii.", iijioii InHpcelloii of Hiild frooils I liiiii that If 'liey are iomriM' held, a liin,'e iior-tlon tliereul'will beeoiiio valiieles.s iiiid all of them will lielcriorate in value, iiii.l wliereu.-^all i't the parlies iiitereKted tlu'n-iii have i; ', 18S5, nt tho .store riioiii I'lirinerly neiMipied by hald Van .SlekeUV Holy, lielntr the liist diiiii-iiiirlh of IVw lirotliers Imrdu'iii'e store, In tliii elly 111 lii.'Miiis, l-iv.'ii, I will Soil at pulille iiiietlon the enllroHtoek of tfim.ls and II.vUm held by me, under said writ of utiiielnneiit eonaisl'liijf orirroeerleH, eanned foods, Klass. ware iiiid wooileinvare, eroekery, prm'ltiliiiis, notions, tdbaeeii, eiifurs, llAtiires, ete,, iim that 1 will eiiiilliiiio S'lid sale f nini day In ilii iiiitll all of Hiilil properly Bhilll have been sol. 1''. N. iMvi-;iis, f'lirdiier of I'lyinmilli (,'o. lowu. IJaled this Kitli day of .laiiiiaiy, bSf.'i. Adinlnlslriitoi''� Moiieo of Iho ,SaIo oflteal ]';slale. liy tho authority of the eireuU court of the Htaieot Iowa in and for I'lyinoiilli eoiiiity, llii uiiderslKiied administrator of iho estiUo of .�\imio Sophia AhoriiB, doeeased, late ol' said emiiity, will soil at inilillo uuetlon mi the IHlli day of Febriiiiry, lS,S"i, at llio hour of two p. in. of said day, tho aotithoasl iinartiM' ol' see-lion twenty (.'iO) in towiishii) No. iiinetv (ill)), Miirth raiiKe forty-llvo (to), west of therith prliielpai meridian, and situate In said eoiiii ty and stato. Said salo will lako plaeealtlio dwellliiM: hinise. on Raid proiiiisos am) the en tire liiterust of said estate Inelndliiy riiv d-.wer right or distributive sharo will be 'Bold iil said lime and plitee. Terms of f.nle.-(5iio halfeimhiii hand, biii-anen by notes payable in one yiair with s per eouL. annual inlerests.jeured by brat morlgage upon the land sold. I'iotkh Ahuuns, Ailniliiiatnitor of aaid Ustate. SIriible, KIshel    Sartorl, ,\lly'a for Adiiir. l.e.Miir.%, .lull. JT, 1H85.   ' CORPORATION NOTICE. Notieo is Uerobv Klvpii that u oorpiiratloii has been fonnoi) at I.eMara, Iowa, tho eorpo-alonamoof whieh is tho "I'lynioiith C'alile Coiiii-aiiy." That its prinolmil phieo of irans-aetiiig biisluttss is Le.MavK, Plj nioulh eouiity Iowa: I'hat the irQiieral imturoof tho biisliiesH lo bo tiauBiieted la tho buylnjf, Belling and ruiBiuK of Cattle and ilorsos and holdlnu'ami dealiiiglii sueh real ami other pronorty aa may bQ uuceaaiii'y to earry on aueb tiiiBlmmd. That the amoiint of eapltal stouii; iiiilhor-Ized la Two JIuiidrod Thouaitiid Dollars. I.'ifty Thousand IioUiirB of whieh Ik to bo paid lii) bo.,.^ fore saldoorporntlon shHllooimnonoe busliiess; ttud any Btoek subscribed shall bo paid up In full bol'oro it Is ia'Ml�d. That said eorporatlon Bhnll com meiuio from tho dttto of ihiB jiotleo and eoiitlimo twenty years.       ; That tho t liJiiicup of said onrporatloa shall bo coriduutgd lHS;,'L''.uiird of hovoii illreotorH, whUih aliiill eloot W.n Uh own uioiaburs, ii i'rosl-doiit, Vleo-IwSj,doiit,Seqrot�iy and TreiiHiiror. Thou IV prov-Imloiuil Hoard i) I roe tors are named In tUo wrUelcB of iiioovporailon, who Shall hold thol)v ial , . ..buiaiuo preparation. ........cnrcmclyfurXilvcrandKIdnoy troubJoa.Dis- .,        � , pi!�8la.Iuc.UReBllon, Loua of Appctito. Slok Head- .       - >-.->uUC(l to US m good MIio.CouUvuncus.RlicumiitinmiindNervouflneMln      -...,cii oy a Simple remedy US lloil Bit- eUhcroex,ii.v�rini.iy)W.i i,i'aivii;.i|.i.u lUmtJiMinthi.    lers, tliiit WO liiul s iiuiiied for veais R...i..^ly.A.,H..ly,c;K.(li,.,,lvc,.,l,.l,,.,,,,�,l,u-corata8loJlr�>      hpf.^e   win.r  I "    T,,^^^ ^ FEP/IALE liSFFtCULTIES bcloie using it. -iiii: 1 ai!i-:n'is. poculiar to their scji in youn.-or old. married-I T,%p;tti        Utsi Coiii.'r, ;:r.ii -:u,- S';i;ii.mvinl. ll    1MlllOIll .. .   . ^'l,i3'.� � ?l-.t. STOP! Noiionomiliio without a biinidi iirjrreen Hi;p.s (Ml tho while label. Shun nil i IkVvIIi. pol�(m(ni� sliilV with "Hoi)" or "llopa" in their Ohl newspapers 2;-) cents per hundred at this oUice. Cnji*;!' 'cy;!iit;i eiid Wiuiiiiif^to!! Street, �.!; M' m   iO'^A. A. (J. BLlKKWAVr" iaueeo.�sor to T. II, Dodson.) Ili-;lli'r 1 /> m, mi Jiiij ,11 NOiiT,-{ m'l..      cr an OS Uoflommcnded hy best Physician.") ovorywhoro lor tho Kollef uiid (Jure of DYSPEPSIA, RHEUMATISM, GOUT DROPSY, COLIC, CHOLERA, Pover & Aprue, General BeblUty, Gravolt atarlolures, aad all dlseaaeB of Urinary OreauB Klduey and Bladder. PRICE, 81.00 PER BOTXI.E. It la a Dolieloim Tonic of a nilld .atul dolloato navor, dilturlug oiillruly from any other propar-alloim, and duvolU ot that harsh, acrlu tasto which render,.* tlio nrtlelo known ua Holland (lln or Suhiiaiipa so objuctlonablo. Sold Free of U. 3> Liquor License by all R�lli�ble Dealeguind DrugKlsts! HOME mfTERS CO. aen'l Agonts for U. S. ST. LOUIS, UO, Lu-a iP.' The iiuii Ohiceao. II' Dr. Wood'lk t-.o i2 2 g Sj'-3 I' fcci- jj'Tj.^ �Hen en ^     o s r.     . rt C g t>.c >rif G C:i o !^ ft rnXV O 'n v. 'A 'f^r^-i^. frn .rH .M .r- ... 1   CJ      , For Sale by I*rd's Prayer ' One-half Bfonx Praotlcal 61ib a^any -c-^'l-.'�^-. eian 1 A ner pi rt.i ha ad s r T ;iti;-!).C>0!;;i^j;a.ir.! ^.iivitit, tr-l Oliiflf .J-.n-li- i-l... t.^imee. 401 I.',iuilU Otciei, !:.-.-.i'.i v 4i;(y, t,,,-,,., t:\:?i"''W^ nii.ij.iHts mid .s.|,,.ica:. du, m      ,.� . il|>.i-ni..'�ufiliii KRA'.um Kl.1iiryH,(i.,iill,.-lIii>*"* li''flviit , ,. J.vo-mini�l>i(iniil //J.WffV eed thvoi.  UmldJ^Qrfpviq ninlloiiCKprcM   dl^llOaj&Jl fee). awiotofflooMKS''fitt� micioBu �irtHnp,',�>ni!i?��^l UW|1-Ad'iii(�V.jr.-^oft t'ui-t'd,    K. i.,, ..
                            

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