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   LeMars Evening Sentinel (Newspaper) - May 22, 1885, Lemars, Iowa                                NG subsukiitiox 1:a'| IN" AI)VAX(JH, FIVE DOLLAHN I'KR YKA NEL. NTS PKK   MONTR. ----------------......... ^      . . . ------------ ---------- ^KMAHS, IOWA Kill DAY  EVENING, MAY 22, 1885. FIVE CENTS jiffs opera house, OWE nicht ON-..Y, , fffiESMIJMg?. (lowW^grtyL^UghBoToro The iSpsciai Engagement it Uoiofl Si u.uG Theitrj Suites A COllEDY DRAMA. irniihthei-iiliii-,'\t-w Vni'k l'ul>li- i 1-11 JaUjIlilllf 'HIT NilU'l! Ill-ll fl!l>l>M])lit n||l'il!ir II   (.lOllipill).)' (pf UllllSiml CO'lll'llCI , lll'iUlO'l liy lln.1 ,Clm r m i n i: it ii il 'i it 1 e ti i e il A i-1 rvxH trace Hawthorne. mid lliu ftitlliimt Yourifr Actm- 'milijf Actor WHiiam F. Clifton, mid i>!hr-.* "I" oi|iiiil lni|>'>i"lnin!i'.       ' POPULA-W JJ, mill fill C-. NrillH llmv i>li n;,1ii jit Dii'lil ,| iiHe*''"'''- Absolutely Pme. 'fms i'dwilcr ii'.-i-nr viii en. A marvel i>l |ii;r ll)'li-tri!iii;tli, uii'l wholHoiniinnr.H. More ceo D.milctil itmri thu i r iiiuo'V Idtnlt'.i-.MiI cmimil t�; Nil In couuiijlliidu with tin: mulMliulo i>l low imt. Hlmrl weijrbl, luuni in- {jniisiiiiiiiu piiwileiK. nW only In ijims. 11-1-il-wly onr.lUKiNf! I'owdkii (.In.. JCrt Wnll-st. N. Y A QUESTION ABOUT Browns Iron Bitters ANSWERED. �J'jo (luortion linn prolisbly been nuked thousands Si i^ir"T 011,1 Uruwn'n Iron Bittura ouro ovury-wintr Wull, it doesn't. But it cloou onro any dinonna k if "'"I'ltililopliyHicinawouldprosuriboI HON �"lWiciinii ruciisiiizo Iron an Uio liost restorative hep lul!>T'to the profession, and inquiry of iiuy :S ,'P,B "aouiioid Hrm will milutantiate blie anBortion '??' luof� �re more pi�parntinn� of iron than of any nam luLutanoo moa in modioino Tliia shown con-""�'! {Ij*t iron in neknmvludgod to bo tbo mo�t ll MtUfoctory irott combination liiul ovor boon found. netilaoho, or produco ormrttpatlon-n.11 ntbcv iron inijilicliictKlo. MM) IViV'N IUON HITTEKH mm� tmllftcHtion, HilloiisneHii, Wcitkncim. 'MpopMln, Malaria, ClilHs nnil Four*, Md^nnRkorLiluibBtllcailncIioandNpural-Klu-lor �h tho�B ailraonU Iron is prenoribad dally. BROWN'S IRON BITTERS,�.n�1 �n�llt la reimwod energy. The mwiolrm then bocorao T"f. digostlon Improve*, tba bowoln nro notivo. laitoiiuii the olTocfcia umully more rapid and marliod. nueyesboifinatonoB to brlghton; tho �kln olo�r� .iRiI,u*5t,h*' """'nr oomoB to tho oheekm norrouBnena Siifii''.* nnmlnB miitUnr, abundant tmntonanco oSJW'  d for tho ohild. IlBmorober Brown's Iron &" bu�� ONLY iron modioine thnt in ni* in-JT* I'huiMani and Jtrugtjitte recommeml it. �� Genuine hnnTrado Mark and cromod red llnon onwrappor. TAKIi NO OTI1HU. "I acho all over I" What a commoa ex-Pressiorij and how-much it meatus to rnany � poor sufferer! These aches hava a �use, and more frequently thaq isgoner-suspected, the cause is th,e Liver or Wdneys, No disease Is more painful or wioustharj these, arjd no reim.edy is so prompt arid effective as "ISHLER'S -JITTERS N(� remedy has yet been discovered ft" '� so effective In all KIDNEY AND L VER COMPLAINTS, MALARIA, DYSPEP-?IA- otr.,, aqd yet It Is simple end harrTV Scien.ce aqd medical skill hove wrnbined with won,derful uccess those Vrbs whicl\ nature r\as provided for tr\e CUr� of disease. ' It strengtriens arid ^orates t(\e whole system. 'ttudanus BtovouB, tho aiKtlngnUbcflJ �X|l, II. i':.\.::.li.. .....' - ..mC.i; u.i. 't i '� 1'   'i. 'I'lll> �  X .M...UMv �.v-.ii Sii'.i'l.iv. tUliuintil�     iruLi -x 11 ti   ��-)> i>--.-�-11 t imly tlii"' :ti  rsi ..( Inr �'-.....'MMllBll IBHUMVffMWir/11 Hi:-'Mlf'Si ',hj., ii.riv.. >.  . No..i,iiiiHM.,.ilii,y,<,i,',;i,;v No. is,       "       " .. |( 'I'rnlii      !< rim< Ii-uiii m....... .'.',,.' When jinking iiro'iii'i rorsruuu tiling t" M' ;ir rciiKM'bcr tli-t i null ;s t!�o lnr jest stocl: "\1V.:-V �( >'.;-in (.(.'Alar-, Kvjry \l*it*:r n\.u': �   Cl.nl hI.'m. 1    Wi- '.i-ii'l 1 1. >:i ill; In :i i tin- 'ilhi-i il,;> ili.il.  :- >iitiIt-il J llii-l-c Sl'i'iiih til iii' ll UM'.lt lll'lil ill' Irillll jiiill.   lit's.iitl ltr.il Hit'iiintl ;|i�|4i;iv:it-Iiil' :unl ii'.illv lln' p iiiiisl. traiK* in liuin � 1 '-l:is.i nt I'iUlili'l-i  j�. 11 nl a.i 11l1lwi1r.il. Tint is to ;i:iy liny with ;il)Uiiil-,nilly "I'll' In |i;ij :inil ;i jii'i|^:u<'tit. '.vmild In-K'"ii| a.-; [^ulil lint  liicyurt   civilil iihil in'vi'i- |i;iy :is liiuu' us Ii'i-.-a i'iin liiiin mil "i lutii tiirir mmii'v In inlv.ii\t!ii{ii Tlii'y lliinl; liiul il i-.:-. jjiisi'i liivur to liDnor iV'i-. i.tii' wiiii Uu-iv li.uli? nnil Uiidav I I'm! ii.uilii' Will ilalv luilliu   lliwin us i.u'.i'it taki' tins ;is\u\ il\sfill itisiilt. ;.':i' ir.:il    ilitiTi'rtl. buy it wax i|isiiilv;tiitiiKK l)i:uiillisu :ivii S 1111' till' ll'Silllt of soinu V p"iip|i'"M(!ill'l'll>ssiii'rlS OV  lllSpO- !'.i in.iki' iliosi' who fnvor tlieni lit. to wait wlicn J'lltTl' ;ili' llllllilll'ils AVllll I'OllIll !iij'ii'.lli'lulls it ilii'V would mid it .' ii' limit'. II wnii'.il In- ;i nil'ltt llll-i'-fUiii^nf liiHini'SS inwi a lociil pros-1'i'iily ilu' iM'iifiii of wliii'U would be is! "iluMiig'ioiu lliL- (Muniiiy. i-very fiirrli'hs tiiiui i-.i inleml wiTj,'lit on tlie r nun .. � > ii',,i| it uoiiUlbi-lk'lti'i'witli-mi; fi ii; 'I'Iiiti- iii-i'mt'ii in JiH.Mnrs i. , , ;"l!','iin1; t'j'nii) vi'jy ynsil rinbiU'- I' l> ll|i l,; In l',U!SiMlt'llll' sliiiini!li;ns ll't'llt-,',1'. .'.1 ni illi'.ull Ills \\ hl> l-.lll ll IllHV aa'lllllll l| i'.ih' lp !||c litlll- IllllOlllltS wliicli :u.ii< '|- binpit'. 11 MV >  V'.l ::f,-!, Hi;,; ii,..i V. .i|l "in,,-!', ill A'lll.'IINnl)'-.'/ l')W w; 1 ; �I .'Vi'tili iltfl. I'd r li'il:; tin,:-,- ; II ill;'  si:i, is ulnd \ to nole Hie Nitccess of its west end j iifiljlibiir. (Jl-i't'olii Tribune: Jiiilire MeCiilliini 1,,,i [('.1 i:aine up from LeMais Saturday and 11 is|ient Sunday willi 11 im family, reliiruiii^ 1 Sunday nielli. 'L'lu' JmiIko is now on bis lliinl week of eoiitt lit li'.'MniN. , riltowi!i e ni t::iiil'u .'ni li iuiiiph, he: | Slier.liciii ; iiiip.it .uelled. all the � '"i ii ie.. .1 lie' i as' iiftrci'inn lli.it her 111 . \ al "I I his cliaiaeter is one of the nii'.-l bridiaiit nnil arlistie. iniiiersonn-lious'.ecu mi (he siairc in many a day. She lately closed an eiiKai;eiileiil in St. I.onis lo one of the l.ir^cst weeks business of the season. The Cost-Despatch of thai city in speaking of thii plays s.ias: If a larne audience which was not only appreciative, but really eulliii.iiii.slic. is an evidence of success, ihc int sentatiou of "l^uecii i" by (initio Hawthorne and her siipnortimr company al Cope's last liiuht was an im-iloiihted success Tlie efforts of the star and the company were received in the warmest manner,audal'li r the mad scene in tin; lliinl act Miss Hawthorne was recalled three times before the curtain, and was givtm an ovation and a splendid lloral tribute. Mi.-.s Hawthorne and her slroiiK company \vill be at the opera boe.se, next Wednesday ni�ht, May �7. Kiii|4sley Times: Tlie friends of Crof. Wernli. in different parts of the state, are uamiiiK him ijuile prominently as a very sellable candidate lor superintendent. 'J'hii'ie who know Crof. IV'ernli as an educator know that, he is especially lifletl fot the work devolving upon the slate .superiiilende.'i . Cor the past twenty years he has ih-voted most of his lime to work in the educational Held and this work has been such as to thor-oiiuhlY acquaint him wilh our common school system. We should be Kind to see Mi. U ernli become a eind dale for the position referred to, Inil we under-: xim stand that he will support Supt. Akers' for a (bird term. Hut north western lov.'a sh'iid I have some reco^ii'ilion at the hands of the state convention. Trouble was looked for last nif,'lit,bnl there was mi outbreak of any kind oc-ciirriiiK ami mailers went on just the sai.ie, as all olher show days heretofore. There was a very larjje. ipiaiitity of beer sold during the day and eveuiuK and then; were many tipsy, hut all walked (he plank so nearly slraijrht, thai (lie lie,ice oDieers did lint distillh them, 'i'here were only three urrests during Hie day the causes for which we do not have. ' Hem' was sold all day yesterday, last nifjht and to-day in Hit) temporary ImildiiiKS next to Kn|r|e-ilihtfcrs and on (he cm-ncr east of the posioflice. Then; has been no attempts 10 make nricHls, mid what, may be done in I he premises has not yet come to lii-'ht. Mrs. C. Adler, llvintr four miles oast nl L 'Mars, who was severely injured hy an attack of Iio^s from which she ni,nle a miraculous escape, has llually died, chokiiifr to death Thursday afternoon. She was severely adlictcd with asthma, and would have recovered but for that disease. Her hiiKbaud mid aniily are ainoiijr the best of out people, and have the sincere sympathy of The deceased led a life of irreal piety and was a most cheerful Christian. Tne funeral will be at the l/.-.\liiis cemetery at I p. m.. Saturday, nnil funeral services at the (leiiiiau M. church immediately afterward, Che application for injiiiictl' n which the saloon-keepers attorney brought against those opening upyesterday was filed in the circuit court now in session. The Alliance have asked the com I. to allow them tocome in as lulervenorH ho that the prosecution may be made in (rood faith and not for the purposes of evasion. Tho cum* was lo be hoard this ....     *   my "......... ..._________        ,'ill this nolo. Christ Maiicr ami JjOiiIbi I'at/Jpr are the jolliest fellows in town. With each oflhem it has been auirl until three of 11 kind bad come to en large their home circle, but on Monday a boy came to Chris, and today l'nV/.\u was Herved likewise, and if prohibition kills oil' their biisinefis for a week or two It will not mat tor as they urn glail of tlio opportunity and tho exvuso to liang around the bouse. Something new In window shades, lit AdainsonV. , W.vll pvpir in uulhm v.ii'Iofcy  �, dUiiner's. as cars, ill'in Akron Delta: I,ysaiu!er '.iiiif.h y, tin V'llig iii.ill iln'lilloiicil last, Wei-K ii.ivin-' his fo.ii, ci iislud liy I In died on Monday alui'iiooii, of luck jaw. lie was iloiuy; nicely until Saturday, ivhen he eareh'ssly exposed himself ;nid look a srveie cold wlneb lennin.itiil in an altact of Tetanus, or lock jaw as aboye, stated. It was a sad case; a young man alone in the world, without money or without friends, except common friendship of humanity, not one, f'uuipar face to look upon; dying among strangers. Yet there wen; kind and sompathi/ing hearts who attended at his beside ami did all in their po ,vinto minister to his wauls and make him forget as far as possible bis lonely condition, and when all was over, they laid him tenderly in his narrow bed to rest, remembering that he was somebody's darling, and that away in his eastern borne, somebody would shed bitter tears when the sad news was born to them. t'nlnnli nl' tin- Illielilii'. Stinging irritation, inlhimafhm, all Kidney and Urinary Complaints, cured by "Hiicltii-Caiba."  SI. Foil Nai.h-Two good work horses. Kutpiirn of Curtis, Durley & Hart. "Willi'!'   ItllKS   liOlli'lll'S," 'Houch on Rats" clears them owl, also b et is' ants, insects, rat� ami mice, lo and L'l) cent boxes. TRULY VALUABLE. K.niiiHis.Coiii.li Ki'ini'ily, Miii-mIi'x t.nlil 4-11   ItlllHIllll, lltlH Ililllt.  WlimltMS. "Marsh's Cohleu lialsam is a truly valuable medicine. It has done wonders for me. I had n severe spell of pneumonia and was conliued lo my room for several months. When 1. got able lo be out of doors, my linitfs wen very weak, with general prostration of system, and a very line sore, throat and hard cough. I was given a bottle o Marsh's (iolden lialsam, on trial,which very much relieved my throat and cough, and after Inking two large but ties I was able to at lend to my business. My lungs have always been weak. My father, mother, and all of my luotliers and only sister, died with consumption. I can cheerfully recoiimieiiil MaiH'i's (iolden lialsam to nil suffering with hard cough or weak lungs,"--(Simeon Cawcolt, Kansas City, Missouri. March's (io)den lialsam for the throat and lungs, ami Marsh's (iolden Dlood & Liver Tonic, are fur sale by Vogt Uros. dn R ;is',h iiCMars. liitrge bottles oil cents uod $1. Iteady mixed paints, at Adamsnu's. To be Sold in fjuansiiies 10 Swii Customers FROM 3c TO $17,000. Every Artii io i-i t!:c ct ne now Off I'inej at Greatly Reduced Prices FOR OASH ONLY. NOTI' A I'l W Ol'  Tl IF REDUCTIONS. �est Spool i?l.'.i :VI1 Silk, inn yd ami , worth l"ie. oil Corsets reduced to $1.11(1 tlueeil to SIlc. Zephyrs reduced from Ilk: to 7c. SI.00 Hoop Skirts reduced to Soc. Other  "      "      "     in proportion. 7'jC, Hustles reduced to 110c Other "       "     in proportion. Ile.st Cins reduced to ".c. JJest Xcedles reduct d to lc. Dress Ilraids in colors reduced to -lo. SI.Ol) finality Men's I'liilci-wcarO'ie. ?1 ."ill quality Velvets reduced to ?1.I5 All Velvets and Velveteens    perci'iit. less than value. ISIaiikcts and ComfoiteiH reiluced t Jeans anil Shirtings reduced. Clark's Spool Cotton in black mid colors Noa. 70 to iiOO 25c per doz. Kibbons, largest stock in tlie city, greatly reduced. Jerseys mid Cloaks reduced (lloves of all kinds reduced 4 Neckwear at almost any rensonnblo price. Dress iiuttoiiB reduced * Clack Cashmeres below cost of Importation. Laces of all kinds � former pricos. Kmbroideries, any reasonable aacrllloe LE MARS PLANING MILL, LEADER k RD11T, Proi'S. All who con template builtlino; wil! find it to upon the above-, named firm and (^et fioures on Frames, They..:. FiJitNi'.niEgu m 7> ii' Fancy Grcceries. MAIN STREET. i two   POCRfl NOHTH   OF 0 Hr-K BLOOK. China, Crockery, G-lassware, Lamps, ets BTEIHER'fl NAIL THIS ON THE WALL. J'liu i'iuw KIi)lhiii;r Kinu of Knlin ;nn! !
                            

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