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   LeMars Sentinel (Newspaper) - February 11, 1890, Lemars, Iowa                                try to UK NTS. SUBSCRIPTION'.' It paid in Adronaa, por your..;..... ADVERTISING RATES. 1 Columnottcw a wook, por vr........JlOO 00 1 Colnmn twice a weolc, per year... 160 00 Local Notioea ten cento por lino eocli innortion. ..tsoo .. 1 m FRIDAY, FEBRUARY 7, 1890. Onsh for & Co. Dead Hogs.  W. M. Clttgg , llt4 cramp iStfg by �* ynur drug. '^'^"MSO upwards. lOtU Its J. IT. Sammis attoraoy iit luw. Officn over Spring Bros. 82tf Oirl wanted to do general liouscwork Apply to J. M. Dunn. 6tf No. 1, hay, baled, delivered at !j0.50 ir ton by Bon Amos. 7tf four or five room luuse wanted, on or'addrcss Sentinbl office. I raffling ot any kind on Monday, Strot evening of the catholic fair.  anquet at Pew's M on nell^'Monday evening. See menu in ikothj^cblunin. led'liXy.idelivered to any part of the n Bn^llilots at 40c per hundred by �lerMillCo.      �4f iiith, \\>tOT ' on short tiebnitowei ilOHETOS. limld it! '�8S pivjirfj scttttuty � il'iovl  Miiisf, lege-loo. or more maturity of Hoffman. ad Hoi It uons of land lakota wliich Ijidc for city 	21tfs ^. Dunn. It. �U a Perry Ksh or on H^fjcMnrs, 	 �^KrJH ^^�nn.9 |^R)rin| IHcatfl ^Hltiena	^Bd the ^�fi'loui �u.^*-l ^Rinu	^^^Kone � thenhL Ij	 W. M. Clagg 1114 puildiug & Loan Assn-SBjr.to loan. If you wish " ;or borrow money on M on ,.I. U. S�mu:i3, 4tr ^ Inrchestra of seven pieces Ts'fieTl someriiost excellent music for the choir's party at Mr. Brown's on Wednesday evening}. The registration notice to voters appears in tliis issue for the annual spring election.   Vnters will dii wellto look it- OVUl'. Former customers will be glad to know that Miss Blanche Burbridge has returned and re-opened her dressmaking shop. 8t4    ' There will he ii special meeting of Gihlein Ln.lge No. 322 A. F. & A. Al.to moirow, SiiLunliiy  evening, for work.' Visiting 'iiethern cordiully invited. Cronen & Son are responsible for the safe transfer of the safe fot the First NatiDnul Imnk. Tlie job was well and nicely done iia is all of Mr. Cronen's work. Dr. C. M. milebrand's olfine for the next week or two will be in C. P. Woodard's office in room fi^rmerly occu-picil by the city library and later wiil bo over A. 13. Steiner's store.        8t4 There will lie a livie stock sale on Monday, Fell, 17lli, at, the resilience of S. I). Murphy in wf, sectinn 24, Iteniseii tnwiifhip. All tliDiie iiiteri'sted in.f,ood live sim-k will ill) well In Jitteiid.       � Dr. F. M. .1 ilmsiin, of Oi'and-Miadnw, Minn., writi's fur u supply of Wood's VViiiiii Di'snoyiT. lie (.'oiisiders it a f^ri'iit remedy and reeonimunds it to his piitieni?. 11t4 All liiiri'i'inen will lio interested in Oiiwun Bros, ureal hor.se side at Akron,: Felirnaiy 20tli.   The ycntleiiien have a reputation for fair dculuig and .their; siiick is of the liest in the county.   Their horses are of the best in the West as proven by the fact that llitsir iDM>orted ishire stallion Lord Devon took the first: remium last fall at the lo^a state in competition open to the, world, rmers and stockmen and particuliirly; of fine horses will find iti profit-attend whether they want'.to; biiy t. For Bale Cheap. luse and lot; sevca rooms, etc. Enquire of T. M.ZiHK.^ HiUet Seed Wanted. ly highest market price de Haas & Hoebsch, ardware Korth Main street^ Cntei ''the Orippe." n'ti "Dead Shot" and "QuicK '  Rub chest, back and throat, body, if affected, with "De^i mediately after wit'i "Quick, take dose of the "Dead lortly after a swallow of Oil"    Continue uDtil iver fails, 4if. FnbUoAneaon. On tiie northeast-corner of Section,iti>, Preston township, 9 milei west and 3 miles nprth of LeMara, on February Uth, at 10 o'clock sliarii. Thorough lire 1 niirBes: knit^ C^^ - Hogs, Corn, V arm Implements and Household Ooods. rm l)|ult.        \    >� �b'fuiUk ol" tins'city. LiiMAKS, Io>faI M. GiLMCAS, Esq,   i Supt.LC, U, R, Dkak Sm;-As per our iigreoinont when you wore here wo present to you our case-what the property owners and citlzeu of LuMnra nsk of tlio Illinois Central U, E, Co. The fiillowiiig in ihc petition in '.nins-tion. "To the lioiiorable City CJounrjil iil tlic City of LeMiiis, Iowa:-We ilio iimJir-signed propertinVwiKii's lunl lesiiiunis nf the said city, resiicclfuUy ask ihut all oljstructions be removed out of Lincoln, Fifth aii(l Court streets, and said streets kept open to the public and that said sidewalks and crossings Ije laid across the Illinois Central railroad on Fifth aud Court streets." Now this petition has been signed by three liundred of tlie citizens aud property owners of LeMars. We have decided that the city is old enough to have streets and crossings-we have waded through mud and walked around trains and blocks, until patience has ceased to be a virtue-we have done so for nearly twenty years and are now determined tluit we must have streets and crossings, or lu5 the city retrogade and property depreciate. But the last we cannot afford to do so, so wij must have our "tivels cleared and crossings put in. And we trust iliat your company will realize the truth that no city can do buisinefs, or iln justice, to its eitizens without atr-eets and crossings. We Iwve not a single street south of Sixth with a crossing. First, Seconi), Tliiid, Fiiurlli iind Fifth streets all blocked by the railroad and part of them fenced across witli barb wire so even the children cnniiot go to school without going around several blocks. And we have not a single .street east of Main Imt what thecoinpiiny has blocked with coal sheds etc. Is it asking too iiiueli of tlm Illinois Central r.ulnwd tiiat .they put in two more ci'oesiims niie .m Fifth and oiio on Court street.'* and said slreet ^A�hiswlW9feW^eMa- tpTard^ttt^heat.^iii TkrtlijIpVpqse^fl ciiSffp'their Bise|. � ...... of,tlK-^^^M Plunder Baenrtd. On Wednesday^ afternoon, some one to(d-Becky Sharp that two suspicious' chwactersihadtbeenvseen comiug-ont'irbur. twe^n tlfe> old ibiock'mith 8hop:nnd'Pew7s warehouse so Tie went up there with soinlf :one elsoam? ;made,80ine. invesliga.o tion^whichiresulted in findin^gight Ibs;-ot,toD{ispo:and five buxes'of?ao irtiiii!|itr8^tinitisv?a^ Duus Jtf Kisentrdgeri George Kroinme Henry llasu ,Iohn ivnin James E   . ' Musmer Sibastian :. � Point .lohn L Rjeken HfUiy Wt Ich Louisa If nut raUtd for in one month''they will be SMit to the dead letter office. 'I^arties calling' for these flutters' will pltinse s vy advertisg'H and-give date. '\     i ^ A.,P'BuowiT, P. M. ] WhPMftl Corrl'i'tiwi'ti'itilet "PUntlei   is cliikiiig for Kews IS ainiiist teeth this week. Niles Hansen was in LeMars on portant business last Saturday. Cooney Dielzel will ofliciuto on the farm of Mr. Fred Beck, thi3sun,mer. Quito a number from this plare worp in the city Monday on Imsin'.Mi. Mrs. W, F, Kiiowlts is iimi' in .\kii>ii, Ii)n-ii, lo see her im Uu-r who is serii  J. Hemm will assist him this week. J. H. Brehm went to Merrill to attend the Farniors'Alliance meeting' last Saturday and reports that the; Alliance is progressing wonderfully. o The .Hinton lyreum is still in a flourishing condiritin,',:'The:question for next^ Saturday eveningi.is:; "Resolved that.ithe government should own and operate all railroads." ' Chas, Schindle, who had (he' misfortune'to ,jWound'his foot-by. stepping .  nail:which;penctr4ted>,;througb':hisi.bnot: and-nearlyv'caused:;>blood .:poisoning'/is slowly recovering, and says he will not try tpstiib himself again, Geo. T. Koenig was also out of luck last week on Wednesday. He was kicked by a horse on the knee, and on Friday while shelling coin, had llie niis-fnrtliiie to get'liisliand under: the 'chain' and ge|; one of his fingers smasheti, lie wonders: what-willhappen'to him "next;; We know you do, and DURING THE MONTH OF FEBROARY We will offer our entire stock in that line, consisting of MEN'S, LMS'yd CiLDREN'S SHOES SLIPPERS OVERSHOES and BOOTS t -AT- ul If n JU uIjjj D uD s , � ^ . ,A Change iujBase.^ "'r'liOMi^J'etfy, ^Ije'barb^r lia? purchased the .^uilding^nl Sixth',street -near' (he ^l/nioVHiityjii^TieVohe has^^heen living, "^ndyi�^iM^llie;[lowo>^foomi?t fitted "in ^iie^Style^for," barber shp^, ladies'-^ hair-, '-'-^leing^pdjbatli rooms,Ho lias.baths ^^tdoip' fori bolli I((dies;andi'g9ntlem6q,j: JHe^Ujiqks'it'^rcJerable to'^own ^'his own, pfpperty ^ven Ji'little ^ore remote, t|i8n;; 'than to pay ront,4>..It.i8 need less; to' say; tha't ^f.fu� � fift' Tolasf'artist in'hH'; liifraseY^rybpdy;kn�^y^it.-^ , ,; ^ '    " Is LIBERTf TOWH8HIP.     ' Special Correspondence, %'Mr^yEd, Hudsonis anticipatiog-a'^trip to Chicago soon �       ' >:: [Sno.w :i8.,all gone and' we^are very busi-^ ly engaged in looking>for moie, Mr. Fred Herman is about to exchange his'lfarmifor-propertyiiq Sioux Oity.'s ,iMr. Qeoige Bauerly of LeMapi is on a^''8bort visit to h[8 brother, Mr. Jake -Bauerly,   '       ' . ',Jt [� reported that W. W.'Waddle and swjfe will mi^e a trip to Sioux county Io�. Indt^ '^l.er .11 Ihcr. is ,,th ,,^J ra vV^?;r b^^iP^'Sf IngbOitrjJx^arkHblo ab,.ut Mli flly'a f*T"! . Ui' Some as law as ONE HALF of present figures. Bargains in Overcoats and Winier Clothing To make room for our spring stock. DUNN & GO. WOODWARD BLOCK. trict No. 3, Friday night Feb. 13, come everybody and bring yout spelling books. Mr. Will Snyder, of Freeport, 111,, who has been visiting with Mr. Hudson for some time past, expects to return this week. We are very sorry to say that Mr. Thomas Austin, who has been suffering for some time past with a cancer on his face is not improving very rapidly. akron. (8pecial(k>rreBpond�nce.) Rev. I. B. Kilbourn, of Sioux City, is visiting his son, the postmaster at this place, Mrs. C. M, C, Atherton, of Havelock, Iowa, is hero visiting her parents. Rev. and Mrs. C. W. Clifton, G. M, Sylvester, of Charles City, Iowa, spent the Sunday with Mr, and Mrs. J, F, Kennedy of thisplace. W. F. Wade, of Calliope, was in town last week arranging for the appearance, of Hawarden's G. A. R, entertainment on Friday night, Feb. 7th. The Good Templars had a public in-stallation of officers in their hall last night, A. H. Smith was made chief and Miss Clifton, vice. 'Tis said they had a very pleasant time. [ Jas.Laugblin, section foreman, at this place, met with quite an accident ^ lastu week; While: driving spikes into a railroad tie, the^ head: of one flew off and struck him in the eye, almost putting it out.  He IS laid up for the present. JOB FBINTIN6, Book Binding, Blan][ Mh The Sentinel has one: of the Finest Equipped Printing Offices in the .   Northwest. The Most Experienced Workmen are   , employed, and all paper stock is ^ ft ,   purchased at lowest wholes    *� sale prices. m Bonth- LUMBAGO. tili'U'tdm'. .....m It;*ooti011. Ittoeaoun^rk^^r'^ BACKACHE,: VlotoiU, Ttac Jnne �, UH. tytm In bed^twv mraOs. w^t^taekachetj CrIpptodOasm Throw AwavCrntobMi .....Car�a-.r�rm�n�ntly,'. :'; eorad a nta or ehroa. ftrake, which took Uie ^' foim of olinmla' whloh MM eomfletdyi'Onnd uTiuIows^l: <  PMsra. tod,, JWy 80.^1188. ^ liofllmd wtthIlInllnmrIwadftomllm ^. ttnke � 7aaiiL''t!htr w�ra'oiued by Bt, Jaoota OU aad tev* lemaiBed lo.fcnr yean.' " a^rtkHMnm.Amt Dulibs. . m ciunal�. wwum co- �hiiwiii.iml .3 ted Slii'te .iONS. Customers are Guaranteed Gooi Work at Low Prices. _�_ Office Sipplies, Legal Bluiis, L.tter copying Books, ^ ^ ^ mmmmm&fosj Ragsdale & CliasseU, :S| Publishers SBMi-WEEKi-T Skntinel and''/.^r/i.^'V The CoMMERCtxi, RepobteRj       , '^-(/ij^?*' Seventh St.,    '�     -J. LeMars,-Iowa.'^ (� lt4 -OF- LeMars, Iowa. ~' Comoted lor, eaob issue, ' Wheat...;..........., .eor65 Gate.........;...........^..,14^15 finrn < ^^ .'..17 Rye...........^^....,..,.;;V.,,.;V.,80 Barley ..',...,,%.\,..lBca5 Flai 1 M IjhoV 1i�rt�.,.,i;....... tlietk.v<,f� nji. , /!'' linikL it4v 11 Mr ThimiWL tidu fitrimnl I P, F, DALTON. PmcaiocNT L, WERN W, F. COOPER A�'t. Capital, Surplus,': PEST PUt'LTSET ng redULed in'propod ' Teeth axti jot roomn�i.o.cup.idhyTl 1 ^�^lg?&BghS*J''*�- 'l"l., "tor MwcUVth, J|� 31   

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