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   LeMars Evening Sentinel (Newspaper) - October 16, 1885, Lemars, Iowa                                THE EVENING SUBSCRIPTION HATE IN ADVA NOR, FIV.J3 DOLLARS PER YEAR, .50 CKNTSPER   MONTH. VOL. 5 ISO, 180 Railroad Time Table MARS. IOWA, 1 HI DAY  EVENING, OCTOBER 16. 1885. ILLINOIS CENTltAL t.iainb going bast. - fi:00 P. M. daily except Sutiniliiy. 8:'.K) A. M. dally except Sunday. 5:00 A. M, except Suudav. 5:00 1'. M. except .Simdii'y.  h        8:45 r. M. except ttatunlnV tua1n8 uoino west. - 10:00 a.m.,daily oxuopt Monday. v:�0 P.M., dally except Suuday FIVE   CENTS. BxpreBB. rrc|�ht oelaH gjtprcBB, rnlifht - 2: -i'i'a". M.\ oxjopt MonThiyr*"""'' vj HuooialatDLik train will not carry paasoiitfora 1 t uly tU)iJ l� oaiir/ o of livo stock. THE CITY    Fresh oysters at lintlerN ! CRUSHED TO DEATH- I.'.nti Uim  y .Hid Is   i Inn Mhly M^lil. DESMOINE8 & FOUTDODGE u. K. Coiiiooting with the 111. Cont'l nt Turn J tlon l'>r Hollo, Uuthven, mid for Ooiv Grand Junction. Angus, I'orry mid DosMol Trains loavo Turn for tho north nt \;�s ,, ,,i \\ and for tho Bouth at 8;00 u. m. uud l;oo t>' in'' ' dally, Sundays excepted. 1'    C., 81. P., M. & O.   A IX, UO VD. LEAVE L EM A US QOINU HOt7J'll. Ko 1 pass., daily.....................4:25 a. m Noi " daily, except Suuday........i;:ll,, , Hawardcn Lino 0;43 P. M. except Sunday LEAVE LEMAH8 UOINU NUHTII. No. if pass., dally.............Vi:i0 a. m No. 4,pnss., dally, oxcopt Sunday. ... 9m a ih Uawardoi. Lino 6:35 A. M. oxoopt Monday   "I era hi  8TBUHLE, Attornoy andooun Biik??"^.at Law ano; loan nBont. Offlco over u�rg & Hontgos Btoro. '85SBt?AR1SHI!i*. AN� SAKTOKIpAt loojab^ Oounsolors at Law. otttoo In JS" Attor lint Paysioians and Dentists. �D^i*' v' �OWMAN, Homeopathlo Pbvsl aosldonoo Clark St., 3d door south ol iPAn%, 5" ^iBI0K' (Doutaohor Ariat) Poyul-M floor"� �--8urfteon' Offloo In oast room of ot Opera Housa block. Sixth atroot. W. mLROS|KB, M. D, Phyaiolan and Bur; 'tore. >8uvJ�A0B;KT * HINBS, PhysloiauB and ^urgeons. Ouloo over Laituo & Oo'B.drug DBn�i,,0-0i'abk Pbys'.o QEimd Surgeon Btattu    rooory, Blxtb rooms on uume plaoo. W.TiS,?Rl?0H> � Phyaiolan and Bur !l�onu'B,|!x"ng^tand roBldonoe ovor Kluuk ^)Bta?i�V. Dentist, Offloo: flrat .^^way north ot Spring liros,, Main at Dro?WINaEK oaiw ovor Boring J^-storo, Main srreot. U    brink, m, �. iJJ.Won. Offloo and' i'hyHlelati and Sur rosiaonoo   in Kass AtOTOr^SJS* yWan a,nd Surgeon, offloo he Congregational church to-morrow afternoon at two o'clock, at which|time Rev.Morton will speak to the little folks. The match game of base ball played it Sioux City Thursday, between tho home and Wakelleld nines, resulted in victory for the latter by a score of iglit to live. The social and baked beau supper Announced to take place Tuesday evening under the auspices of the M. 10. church, has been postponed until tho following week. Mrs. G. ]j. Van Pelt and little sou returned home last evening from .'Milwaukee, accompanied by Mrs. Van-Pelt's father, G. C. White, a prominent capitalist of Mluuesota. It was reported on tho streets to-day that C. E. Corkory had purchased the bus lino connected with the Richards louse, and would hayo management and control of it in the future. The Rev. Wm. Semole will preach next Sabbath atl0:80a. rn. in thoStokes school house, Stanton tp.,and at 2:00 p. in. in tho iMcCartney school house Union tp.. each service to be followed by a Sunday school session. Postmaster Vogt informs us that the day trains to and from St. rjPaul have mail cars and carry mail in regular way, which has only been done heretofore on the night trains. These trains pass, going south at 0 p. m. and north at i) a. m. Our friend "Uarny," who has presi ded over the baggage wagon at th Richards house for some time,lias gone into business on his own hook. now handles the ribbons over a span of grey equities, and rides now dray wagon. lion. John Rrennan of Sioux City,re-publican candidate for the legi8lator,has been invited to deliver a speech in litis city, and most likely will accept. Mr. Ji. is a very fine orator, and a clear headed man, and lie would attract a large crowd should he visit this city. J. F. Paterson has returned from Went Platto, Neb., where he has decided to locate permanently, lie will few days accompanied by his home in the west. iltTwill take his stock of goods with him and open a store in * at West Platte, Mounts i.Aim,     j A farmer living in Lincoln township, about twelve miles south of Leiluis. Upon inquiry  the   Skntixel ^porter learned that Mr. Lamb drove V.io the city yesterday in a lumber wagejn, leav ing his team at a livery stable" where they were found this morning. ^During the day he was around with cSnvivial companions, drinking at various sa loons, and when seen about ten O'clock was badly under the inlluencedf liquor -even lo such an extent that ho was refused further drinks at the saloons After leaving these resorts nottlijig def inite is yet known of his actions, and it remains a mystery why he' should bo found    on     thu     bridge    north of the city and in an opposite direction from his home. 11 was stated on the streets th.iK morn ing that he had been  lured away in that direction, and murdered-for his money, and placed upon the railroad so that the cars would pass over him and cover up evidences of the crime This story seems groundless, however as he was not a man that usually had ; great deal of mon 'y about him, and when searched this morning, in  his pockets were found silver and paper money amounting to nearly ten dollars Besides this, Drs. Ilackett and Eus-minger made an examinatian of the remains this morning, and found that the bruises on the head were wily flesh wounds and not such as would pro duco death, and they are of the opinion that death was caused by the cars pass ing over him. The most reasonable theory seems t ur l>�l">nago this foil, ).m extends a cordial invitatir 5)'
                            

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