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   LeMars Sun (Newspaper) - August 8, 1889, Lemars, Iowa                                Lemars Vol, 1. LEMARS, IOWA, AUG. 8, 1889. No. 33. A full line of groceries, glassware and everytliing in the grocery line. Also will buy btiUer and eggs and pay the highest iiQtiiket price for the same. I will condiipt the business after March 1st, aJt Fluck's iSouth Main St. H. Masiion & Co. have just received two car loads of furniture and undertaking goods, of latest styles. Masuen & Co., dealers in all kinds ' of Furniture, Coffins, Caskets, Glasses and Curtains. Have you seen the latest in Gasoline stoves at Edmonds' 'i* You can save money by buying stoves, tin-ware and hardware of Edmonds, 3 doors north of the post olllce. Go to Carratt for, cabinets. Cabinet photographs $2.00 per doz-] �n at Carratt's. See Carratt's photograph woik before going elsewhere. Fine photograph work at Carratt's photograph rooms. WM. FROST, dealer   in ^ EEB i COAL AND WOOD. Oniao just west oC railroad........MKUtULrj. Tlio highest iimrknt i)rlco paid lor prraln and stock. F. Aldrick & Co., General Morchnndlso uiul Hardware Dealers, Merhim,, Iowa. jar Our policy-PorEcet Satlafnctlon, Good Value, Fair Dealing, Polite Attoiition. Honest Prices, and Host Quality Faintly Supplies ut Lowest. New Stock of Seasonable Goods MIL- "VVe have a full line oC the B. Shon-inger pianos, which we will sell within ^^^Tv^^^^^^t'^tZ^^^^t the nex,t tiiiiiy days for prices that will surprise you. t 'onie in and see us before purchasing el ewliere. Moi 1' Buos. & Co. FOR SALE, TWO Building Lots on Howard st. , north end.  Apply to W. 11. Bbiqgs. Go to W. II. Kurtz, on South Main street, for the finest Ice Cream. If you need anything in the line of pies, cakes, pastry &c.,call on W. II. | FOR THE Kurtz, first door north of Laux Bros., on Main street. ' For the finest ise cream in the city, go to W. H KuiiTZ, South Main St. tifacttired products arc the lowest, it indicates the greatest periectioii of machinery, and very often the highest wages paid to skilled labor. The people have been told that without protection, maiuifucturod industries would come to an end, and tlie laborer employed thereon be thrown out of employment-that free trade would be ruin to the country and starvation for working men. But why .should people believe these stories, told, bo it remembered, by the manufacturers in their own interest, and by their hii'ed tools ? Do not llie facts and common observation of every man contradict them y How can restrictions on trade help the volume of trade, and make work plentiful ?  Restriction  implies   less production, but liigli prices for the articles produced.   Monopoly means that .some man or men have the exclusive right to supply the people with goods. If there be   less  production, there I must surely  be less  labor engaged thereon.   Free trade is the opposite of this ; it implies freedom to buy and to sell.  Free competition lowers prices, increases consumption and consequently makes   more  work.   Free  trade makes more trade ; more trade makes more work ; and more work tends to make higher waiics, which, with lower ENCAMP- pi.jces of goods, increases the comforts I MLNrG.A.R. of the working man. G. A. R. EXCURSION TO WAUKEE NATIONAL ENCAJIPMENT. THE ILLINOIS CENTllAL Kallroad will soli UotlND Tkii> tickets to Jlllwaiikoo I'rom A\lg. 2l8t to KSth inclusive, food to return until Septomher 5tli, at a rate of one lowest [are for the round trip. Persons wlshinjj to make "side oxoursioas" I'roin Milwaukee or of his trade.   We have an abiding faith in liberty-liberty to sell rupiors as well as groceries; that even the liquor traflic cnn bo carried on with perl'ect freedom ; and the liquor seller's place of bu.sincsa no more necessarily entitled to tlie name of nuisance than a grocery.   The fact i.% it is the real province of government to prevent nuisances.  But tlie .state has no more business to be regulating the liquor tradie than  regidating  the grocery trade.   It is not the province of the legislature to attempt to restrict the sale of liquors.   TIio democratic parly should bo the advocate and oiiuncia-tor of freedom of trade, and not invent   schemes   of  restrictions  and monopolies. CITY COUNCIL. wttukco Tonnlnal lines, with onice at ilO Mason street, Mllwaukse, lor safe keoplnff. und have thbin hontn-ed tor continuous passaKC to orlfflnal starting point, until some date prior to September 3(1, 18t?�. In addition to the al)Ove, a special c.vcur-Blon via the Illinois Central Ilallroad will leave Sioux City, Sioux Kalis, Cherokee and Fort Dodtfo, Aug. 2Bth: Dnhucino 7.1.1 a.m., 2Btli, via Uocklord and the C. & N. W., roachiiiff MUwaukeo 3.00 p.m. of that date, wjlhonl change of cars. For full particulars address the undovslirned at Manchester, Iowa. J. F. MEURY, Asst. Gen. Pass. Agt. The prohibitionists of Nebraska, in their manifesto, say: Froin the pn'sence of that lawless and licontioLis plcnient of society whicli co'iKro-pates In large oUlos and In mining and nnitTii-facturlng districts, and wiiicli furnishes the greiitnst olistacle to the adoption of prohlhl-tlon, hap]ii!y, we are comparatively free. With such notions, our Iowa candidate Wiieeler would hardly do for Nebraska. , Wheeler, it will be remembered, is desirous of obtaining for Iowa " that lawless and licentious element of society" in sufllcient numbers to consume everything produced and grown in tiie state. FOR SALE. Laux Bros, have several head of good horses for sale. Laux Ilros. are the boss grain merchants. Boots, Shoes and Farmer's Clothing to be found at Laux Bros. South Main st. W. A. DEAN & Co., THB Northwestern Lino"-C, St. P., M. I & O. H'y~wl!l sell oxcurilon tickets to I Milwaukee and return from Aug. 21st to 28th, Itrcluslve, at one faro for the round trip, good to return at any time between August 37th and September .'ith, and by special arrange- I ment tickets may be extended to Septeniher | iiUth, on application jirior to September 3rd, to the Joint Agent at Milwaukee. For full information apply to agents of 1 "The Northwestern Lino," or address T. W. TEASDALE, Gen'l Pass. Agent, St. Paul. LEMiES SUM. THE LIQUOR TRAFFIC. The Staats An/.eiger. an influential German paper of Des Moines, copies an article from the Sux on the temperance question, and says:- Quito appropHnto questions, hut horo will conio the Ucpuhlloaii plntfoiin with another plank demanding the retention of the prohibitory niw and Its stringent enfotcenient, and, as heretofore, the Repuhllean legislators will find themselves " eonijjfilled" to so vote. There Is whore tho trouble lies. It's tlie party whip! There is probably little hope, in this At the annual meeting of tlie hnv and order society in Sioux City hist Friday, the Hon. B. F. Wiight of Charles City said it was proposed to ask tlie leRi.shitnre for $100,000 to enforce tho prohibition liiw. He was tiled of passinj; tlie hat arouuit among prohibitionists for that piirposo. Also, to give the governor power to remove any peace ofticer in any county who failed to execute the law or ignored it. Council met in council room: nil present but (5unt. Petition of John Draudt et al., asking council to r(!-atrain jiarties from going into husiuesH temporaiily was prestui eil, and committee on ordinances and city attorney were instructed to draft ordinance in conformity with the statutes of the .state regulating transient merchants. Communication from C. P... Sinitlr asking council to rescind their action appointing librarian July 1st read. .Air Binith in petition says that his cuntract with the city wiis made from November .5lh. 1S8S, for one year; that lie had made arraiigemenls for couiluctin? the same for that period; that tlie matter of a change was presented without his knowledge and contrary to llie usual cnstotB.  No action was taken. Petition.'; were also read from Alex Reichmann claiming $10&.;J2 damages l)y leason of his cellar .ind ci.stern being flooded on the night of tlio recent storm; also from Charles Striegel for $2.^). 00 and from 1). McNauiara lor $27.i.'0, which were all referreil to ti-nance ctanmittee The chairmiin of tho fire conunlttee produced .samples of lire hose, and asked council to select hose. The mailer was referred to lire eonnniltee with power to act. The. city llbr;iriaii w;is reqiiirtMl to give a bond of '^'MW to 1 o approved by the city council. C. li. Smith was allowctl salary tta librariiin for Auuust. Alderman Stronck, chairniiiu of committee, reported that his committee had decided to dniin west Sixth street by open liitch instead of tiling. (Council adjourned till Thuisdiiy at 7 o'clock. 416 Fourth Btrcct, Academy Mualo Block, SIoui City, Towa. Solo agouts for tho colobrated Weber, Knabo, Everct and other Pianos. Mason & Hamlin, Esioy, Story & Clark, and other �Organs. Sheet moalo and music books. Mu8lo Merchandise, Moving pianos. Tuning and repairing a specialty. Call and sco us or write tor catalogues and prices. BLAOK^ TEA! FIVE POUND TIxN CANISTER FOK $3.00. HERBERT COPE, For Sale, THt;ilSDAY, AUGUST 8, 1889.        . The Sun Is published every Thursday at Lemars, Plymouth co., Iowa, by 11. Goldik. [ Tbkms-One dollar per year ; fifty cents tor six months ; twenty-live cents for three months ; single numbers, three cents. ADVERTISING U.V'JTES. The Sioux Indians have weakened, and enough signatures obtained to insure tho opening of the great Sioux can legislators. ISut it is of vastly reservation, which lies between tho greater importance what is to be the Missouri river and the Blnck Hills, attitude of the democratic party there- amounting to about 11,000,000 aci-es Space.	1 yr. 1	� mo. 1	8 mo. 1	1 mo. One colum.i	SBO.OO	$35,00	"820.00	$8.00 Half column	3.5.00	20.00	13.00	5.00 Qu(vrter col.	20.00	12.00	7.00	.1.00 Eighth col.	13.00	7.00	4.00	2.00 One Inch	ri.ijo	3.00	2.00	1.00 Transient   advertisements,   ton cents per lino for first Insertion, and two cents per lino each subsequont insertion. 5r" Local notices, five cents per lino each week. PROTECTION AND TRAMPS. HOUSE and Lot 1, tilook it. In Lemars. House, wUh other buildings, suitable for Dairying, Stock Feeding and Horse Hulsiiig. House, Stable, and about ton acres of Laud, '  suitable for Poultry. House, Stable and about flvo aoros of Land, suitable for Vegetables and Fruit. on, and the sentiments of the men who may hereafter he nominated for legislative honoi'S. Democrats do not seem to have a proper appreciation of the situation in Iowa. As a rule, it is not safe to say that democratic politicians are better thnn those of the republican party when a question of principle is concerned. It has been said tho democratic party is a saloon party ; it has been said tho democrats took up the cause of tlio saloon keepers for the purpose of checkmating the republican support of prohibition. How is that ? The vote of the people six or seven of fertile territory. LOCAL l^TlvLUGENCE. THE W.VTKll WOmCS. The Corinal trial of the Lemurs Wiilcr Works took plaice yesterday al'tertKiiiii. it. i>iis h liv(-)y scene. Crowils Unci llio slin't'', and a plciisatit cooImcss pervaded the atmosphere Willie the streams were lliuvliig �i:d Hcatlorliig the spnij with a high wiiv'. 'fhi^ band, too, whs out to make niualeiil tho watery showers. The Ic^t niis to throw a stream ol'wiiti'r not less llimi ir> feet higli and 200 feet slniluhl. wliieli was ensiiy done at tlio c(n*ner of Main and .Sl.xtli streets with two stn^aiiis, and .11 SeveiKli and Main with lliree stie.iiii--'. In sevorai other parts of the town, and also en tlie iiill, similar tests wme iiia(>, and it was proved to the satisfacitlon of all (hat tlie water suiiply was siidielciit In force and ijun.n-tlty to cxIlngiiiHh t)
                            

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