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LeMars Evening Sentinel (Newspaper) - August 5, 1885, Lemars, Iowa SENTINEL SUBSCRIPTION RATP IN FIVE DOLLARS PER 50 CtiNTS PER NO WEDNESDAY AUGUSTA 1585 FIVE Railroad TJmo ILLINOIS THAINB OOINO 1filly dully Froliilit oxcopl Ji oxuopt Saturday TUAlNBUOUra exoopt daily oxcnpt rolitlit train will IKK curry pivwonii t only ttvito In oiiurjir o DJ5SMOINES KOllT DO E Connecting with the Coatl ut Tivra Junc tion for nnd for Grand Perry nnd Trains loavo Tara 1or tho north at and for tho south at800 Sundays LEAVE OOINO No 1 No 8 except m Hawarden tilno except LWMAIIS OOINO 2 m oxcapt XTOUNG OHKtSTIAN ASSOCIA JL Rooms In Flint block on Main General OIBoo hours 810 Hooms opou daily 8 to n Sunday afternoons Wed nesday night study nnd Gospel eong ecrvice each Strangers always This Jowdor never A marvel of pur aud More cro than theordinary nunnotlui old In competition with tho multitude ol low flhort aium old only In 111awly POWDBH WO Y TILE Fall Hulling Charcoal for sale by Spring is in Sioux City Summer suits at Fine merchant tailoring by Fred Harrow went to City to Hindu has enlarged his coal Fred TomliiiHon is homo from a trip to JJurdick came in from the east this has decided not to RO to Sioux City on Ililbovt came up from City tills Argo has gone to Chicago and other points Auditor returned yeHterdoy from his trip to lludolf left this morning ior to be away a Curtis started for Alta this morning where ho will orate ou Grants memorial Burdivk is now traveling for the commission houao of itoueubaum brothers of The postoffice will be closed on Sat the day of Grants luneral from 1 to 0 iu the The Sioux City and Paul engi i ueere were surveying yesterday to run a side track to CushionB Uowman was called to Akron afternoon by a telegram from Uosa OBkiuK him to come at lafce of was in town today and went to Hlnton with a view of locating i ShoriffHaerllng returned last night a business trip to OJJrien lie drove over and tho crop out i look is l who have engaged to sing at wie memorial services are requested to meet at Emerys at 8 oclock inuraday persons who wish to go to Hloux I Uly next Saturday should leave their drug Btoro to BOO if i can be had to an extra o1 Grant will reach thiH evening and ate at hall until Hatur flllKMii HfilViW Will ly the imnhi of ot buried hiH four y liminBr the The saloon keepers are generally pay ing the license demanded by the city Tlio mayor will give those who behind the balance of the WF to Tlie exstreet C not yet turned over his books and authority to liis successor and for the present timo being work is TrousJiror McClintoek came home tlib morning from his mothers health having Hiillidrntly im proved to allow him to lie luu been away over a A report made by tho Massachusetts state board health says tliat most of tho jellies on the market are male ol apple parings and When sucl stock is too old to make it is turned into strained Sanderson and family left last night for Clear wueru Air Sanderson lectures before the great Sunday school They also pay a short visit to G at an expastor of tlit LeMars QSioux City Journal Rich of Thomas not exchange pulpits with the Kpisco pal clergy man of LeMars on Sunday next as owing to sickness in the family of tho LeMars 1at Hopkins commenced this morn ing to thresh his Held of ia acres ot just east of It la turn ing out he thinks it will not ex ceed tea bushels to the and notoi good quality This year as last his wheat was the lirst brought to The wind storm at Philadelphia this week destroyed more property than the June tornado iu this which the eastern papers make much The fact is the east has more and hard er storms than the but the east has stronger and not as many are toppled over as out here when there is a brisk Tho democratic row at Sioux City over tho appointment ol1 Crawford afe postmaster is at fever We dont wonder that the thick skinned as he is disgusted with Iowa The unseemly wrang gles and demands of tho and the racket by tlio rank and file after un appointment is made would disgust an older man than Tho surviving members of tho iilst Iowa infantry are requested to attend tiie reunion to be at on the day before the annual harvest home gathering at that have extended a cordial Entertainment will be provided for incidents and events of talked over will make the occasion to be fare one and onethird rales round Keokuk Constitution Tho Constitu tion has been drilling and blasting away at thofossiliferous ledge of petri factions in the democratic party of Iowa ior four years in the praiseworthy endeavor of trying to tnaku room for a charge of common While tho work has been tho results ac complished so far are assuring ior dual our labors have had aU the Kcst and pleasures usually at tendant upon antiquarian A quadruple quartette will meet to morrow night at nt the residence of to practice Hinging for the Grant memorial service at the opera house on Madge will act an and Emery will preside at the The singers are as follows 1st C A C A V VV A F J E J D C A 1st M E F C II J 2nd J M VV 11 J E Not every in tlio United States JB aware that the District of which includes the Capital of the United States and about inhab has a government different from tliat of any district or municipality of the Washington is ruled by a triumvirate appointed by the mesiuent of tho United The inhabitants of that city suffer from no and know no local politics In tho vulgar The three men ap pointed by tho president govern under have charge of the public water works iiud city Tho Louis tho lead ing democratic paper of the Mississippi prints the following rich sug gestion for the personal liberty element of Its towlt It would be a strange thing to see a southern state furnish he next prohibition candidate for JJut it is ihore are swarms of prohibitionists in and they are actually talking ibout Colquitt for the presidency in Colquitt is a and has taken an active part in tlio move so signally of es tablishing prohibition in Georgia by Jio agency of local What Is the strangest part aboil t i corgi a proh i bS tlon is that it meets with little md when once yoted in a it does its That stalwart sheet of jtckson the Sentinel of Ma says We are asked every day luout fourthclass appoint Wo desire to say to our demo cratic friends that wo are in no better way to know anything about these matters than thoy The state of Iowa at the present time evid ently does not enjoy the benefit ot any communication with this lulnilnistnt Jti Tho Iowa democracy have bwii Favored with but 1isw important ap and DIHUHUM and Tim nsnmvHl wvnUiiH bonds if not an Indication of ils Ilwla clerkships ollhes under the supervision or the uivil 1enwlon ex clerks are under the name mi Kxaminatloim will held special clerks at We are not advised us to whether the couuniBsion will come to Iowa at ail or Tho ISunliicHS Burlington Hawkeye Tho busines world does not appear to be stirred t any unusual extent at Atone remains very abundant in tho Hnaucia and affairs are moving without the accompaniment ol specti Business affairs may be con aidered by many as bad and in sona respects there is no denying that the Jtut on thn they are beini conducted on a Kiuuid and healthy ba and this is more to bo desired thai what in termed a booming Price of most products are cheap and enabli tho people to live at a reduced rate o expense compared with former years Crops have been abundant and the promise is for a plentiful supply the coming The winter wheat liar vjst will probably fall onethird shor of but that was a year of abund We have on hand yet a large surplus of that crop for which there seems to be no export This added to what we may raise will with out doubt give us an average atnounl of grain ior homo use and leave consid orable for Too much reliance must not be placed in exaggerated re ports of crop In the year 1883 the crop was reported to bo two hund red million bushels and with the giving out of these reports marks the era of continually falling prices ot wheat to llgures as low as known in years The crop eventually proved to be a largo The dis position among the business public is to wait until the crops are assured be fore venturing Which la the Worao Editor Dubuque Times The demo cratic press criticize the republican party for taking up the prohibition fan aticism I that the action of the Jowa democracy in uniting with and in endorsing tho greenbackers is the height of 1rohibition has always had some argument to support but pure green backism never had It was originat ed in mortgaged brains and its ideas has ever since been execvition Its pet theory is that printing pi esses can make and about this theory are clustered all the ridiculous ideas of money which have ever been If prohibition is green backism is fanaticism run Is not tho iowa democracy fully as fanati cal as we republicans with our prohibit ion1 A Nw On August 10th Corkery will a bread and fruit delivery wagon lie will deliver the best Sioux City steam bread at prices charged ior a common article and fresh fruits at any hour of tlio The driver will take and fill orders prompt MayorJMaceeof Sioux City has vetoed the saloon license lie is of the opinion that if li cense cant be collected cant therefore he refuses to sign the docu ment as passed by the Crouch of Liberty township was in town lie says a hail itonu Bimcay beat his V acre Held of wheat to the ground to such an extent Lhat he does not intend to attempt cut ting Several othern had their crops jadiy prairie mange and scratches of every kind cured in 0 minutes by Woolfords Sanitary Use no This never Sold by In At a meeting of the Grant memorial Irapoty committed heid yesterday af ternoon at Lawrences the fol owing subcommittees were appointed on Mesdames jcorge and Miss Anna Held on draping the Mesdames and John Vogt and Van These committees are requested to meet at the opera house at oclock sharp on Thursday Secretary of General Come to the Sunday school lesson Hible reading If the attendance and interest In the Sunday school lesson is the liui of Sunday school lesson study will je followed each Wednesday Gas fixtures are being put in and we will read our Sunday school lesson by gas light tonight Wlint will TOIIIOWMV Dont Either clear weather or jlotidy Either storm or Either sickness or or pcr a middling condition halfway be one and the If you are illing and poorly you may be njoying relief if you will only take Browns iron 1 Jf you lave this prince of tonicu in the ook joyfully and hopefully for the com of it cures L or sale at LuMura drug Emory who has reccnt y opened dressmaking parlors over Sutlers invites the ladies of Le Mars and vicinity to give her a call when wanting work done in her Notice Is horoby that virtue of n MiiTUj u til iMnuutloul of i nf tlio Uituuf In it nil tiif Ilyimiutli coun hi ruwluril In court fIJH II J UH I XjfJtdl III iivorof KlmtNullDinil Hunk nf Cudtr uuil lUfiilntit Iciif Wiiictiir itiul Joint I Unvo Invliiil lijum ilto luilowltiKdii nsMl cBUiliIM li if vain John iwU Ill umtUwoKt ijuiirier tif hi nortli went iiiiiitUt l munliir llvu limit a Ibtjt Oiiiiieriili Juy ol ntiiualaek of HulJ ul lit 1nnit ihajc urluucuuil I will proccnJ to Mil or wi uiueh slirtiuf JIB innjr tut Hlllll nut it uiil forty HUD liu dollnrK miI ft IslKljmi bidder l By Jrenton says Wo have sold hundreds of bottles of Chamberlains cholera and diarrhoea remedy to residents of Adel and and always keep a bottle open for dispensing in doses and we use it in our own families whenever occasion We have never it to fail in any and we aave seen it used in bowel complaint In kll its and the most severe and Tho inedicinn has our fullest confidence and endorsement nan life Sold by all drug THE of It HAH NO and mediolnotbatwiiot uunrlon he InvlforatOB the rcs Ulffentiou For Wookne is tbq oiily Iron u It Knriclioi the InvlforatOB ItcBtorcs Ulffentou It does not blacken or injure the caun Atbo or produoo oouetlpatlon other Iron JD a loading phynloliin ot saya HrnwnB Iron Blttenhii thorougtilj good modi It In my and Una U action oiciilB all other forms of In or a low ooiidltiim of tho Iron Bltteri to poaitivo H la all tliat In claimed Gnnuino him tnga mark and eround red IlliM on Takn no Made only by 1IKM10AL TiAiinEN HAND Boouniinf nl and con lletof prison for information about tfvon nway by all in or uiaild tu any addrowi on receipt of GRANDtMOTHER Used horbs indootorinB the nor Bimplo romedioR toll VURK In most Without tho use of medical science would bo powerless and yet the tendency of the times in to noptloot the best ot all remedied for thono powerful medicines tbat oorioualy In jure the ISHLERS I TIERS Is aoomblnatSon of valuable care fully compounded from the formula of a regular who used this pre Glair Clev an 717 MISHLBK HEED BITTBHB JOgPOommeroe Ptttkeri Pleasant Worm Byrup Wevar riuij to loan on improved farms in lymoiitli county at UK lowest rates of nterestand Ollico over Vogts dniff Ustwartr wliltflMmltraiiiiriarcnt having nurfatblo affinity for thn Tliaonlr trtloU kuowa to tliiinlitry tliat will priiiitruta IUO Bkla Beautifles the all Moth itloui of ercry cither wltliiii ornpon ibo tkla Juiallhful and vnUdf Anwiplcxlon DM but Monoa bMutlful and permanent In U l wvmUrfllljr Mil Mug lot utlqttf until Maiai lufulij U FT rnUVfl 11 liaueh or fbcAxI iklKI U 1M tapoo ft J of Hit tkla ut It nertr IM KU1N4C mtlui Uu iklu tn nit ASK YOUR DRUOQIST FOR UAILI F GITCE8INC Mmjfy OT It you oumtl IiKWtB VXKO from ronr HUH AMtrptr will fwrirMd W turiMtA ON If you would ISko to liavo a GASOLINE STOVE FOR SALE The Entire Contents of Van Pelts Dry Goods Consisting of DRY GO FANCY Store To be Sold in Quantities to Suit Customers FROM 3c TO Every Article in the Store now Offering at Greatly Keduced Prices FOR GASH NOTE A FEW OF THE Best Spool 100 worth and Corsets reduced to All Corsets reduced to Zephyrs reduced from lOc to iloop Skirts reduced to Other in Hustles reduced to Other in Best Iina reduced to Best Needles reduced to Dress Braids in colors reduced to quality Mens Underwear quality Velvets reduced to AH Velvets and Velveteens 80 per less than Blnnkcts Comforters reduced 1 Jeans Clarks Spool Cotton in black and colors 70 to 200 per largest stock in the Breatly Jerseys and Cloaks reduced 0 loves of all kinds reduced t Neckwear at almost any reasonable Dross JJuttons reduced t Black Cashmeres below cost of Jtnpor Luces of all kinds orraer B DEALETilN Ho will takoows U your homo ud let you UMJ it two Staple and Fancy ete MAIN OF sTEiHBEpanrew Gateway Jewelry Store Can lie found a complete and well selected assortment o DIAMONDS Gold Watches and Silver Fruit Butter Dishes Syrup Spoon holders Toilet Tea Cake Berry Sugars and Card reoeivevft Jewel PICKLE Sugar Soup Oyster Oeum Pie Cake Guard Vest Week Bracelets Ami hundreds of other things imititlly kejif iu a ilrHtclaiw jewelry 0
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