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   Malvern Republic Leader (Newspaper) - June 21, 1883, Malvern, Iowa                                VOLUME Attorneys at Law practice in the JAMES Attorney at uta o qfflce over John Hansons Physicianand promptly attended to day oi east of i HOMCEPAtfHlO Physician and t Munger door sou ih of west Third AVenuo H Callg promptly attended to day or HOMOS PATHIC Physician and Attends promptly to calls In city or coun and consultation rooms over Urst door at head or twrt blocks east of Paddocks In gothlc Bearing JgROTHEKS Jt f Calls promptly attended at all over Dear mgs residence over Mlckabatigu Bontleys doors north Evans J Physician and Surgeon rcsularlyon tho irjusT nndiTimtn THUBSDAY and FRIDAY tn k f Office with Carloy SIDENER Keeps a Firstclass Feed and Sale New Rigs furnished at bed rock prices Traveling men furnished with and areful drivers at any dayor nicht Give us a A Silver TliB AUCTIONEER attend public sales I In every part of Mills or A ill UIVB who cannot see me per sonally will dress me at Parties Intending to Tsmploy me as auction v please have my name printed on their sale X RESIDENCE 4T SILVER SpeolalattonUou given work In this Satisfaction Try Thomas Are also prepared to cisterns Orders Satisfaction guar rjENTRAL at any n P HO USE j FRANK Having leased the Judlclus House at Mai I have refltted It In good and opened It to tho traveling A GOOD SAMPLE ROOM Opposite Paddocks A perfect Prices Leave your 27 in Justice of the Notary Loan and Collection AueiUi Silver for Loans made on farm for short time with approved All business recoup prompt at Contractors wd Stiver specifications iXirulshed when All work Give us a 31 Red Oak Iron Works order House I rou vtttiH of uinhmls Iroii MILLS JUNE 21 NATIONAL BANK Capital and THE TOBMBIIKI EVERY BIT MUNTKIi A Terms of Subscription One ono year six months One three months 7j MONEYTO LOAN ON LONG Lands and Town Lots for Sale RealEstate and Loan Agent If you wont to borrow money on farm or have a loan that will mature come and sec Loans made for a term of years at 7 and 8 per cent No abstract or recording fee Olt The Elkader Register says a man calling himself Chatfiold is going about tho country claiming royalty of 25 cents each on tho covers of creamery Ho pretends to represent the Cooley Can of but whoever ho repre tinners and all should politely show him the door when ho It is more than probable that he is some fraud getting money under false The thing that drew out eight hun dred Democrats to the State conven tion was shown when Judge Hayes was put in The eight hundred went They clamored down such veteran arid distinguished Democrats and lawyers as Judge Heudershott and Judge The nomination of any other candi date for any other place on the ticket Silver City Livery Stable FEED AND SALE DONNERS OLD IOWA was a mere formality and Those follows went there to norni nate a whisky candidate for judge in the interests of There is nothing of the Democratic ticket ex cept Judge and there is noth ing of Judge Hayes except his attor neyship for the whisky Gate Proceedings of tlie Board of Super MILLS June Board met pursuant to Members all They then proceeded to make the annual settlement with and find his account to stand as follows The further consideration of equalizing real and personal property was then taken and on motion the real estate ment in the following cities was changed to equalize as follows All real estate in Glenwood city increased 10 per All real estate In Malveru city increased 10 per increased The Ohio State Prohibition Con vention was in session at Colnmbus yesterday with 300 delegates in A resolution was passed denouncing the Pond and Scott and declaring the conven tion unqualifiedly in favor of a total prohibition One of the most remarkable sui cides that ever come under our ob servation occurred at Grove Delaware last The victim was a young man of prepossess ing appearance and fine but from a history of his past very At one time he was well off but through dissipation and fast living had run through with and finding himself in straitened cir made a contract with one of his who was in affluent to insure his life for tho benefit of his in consider ation of the latters paying him a year for the period of two If he lived to the end of that he was to kill himself and bis friend would receive the NUMBER ihe two years having about the suicide carried out his part of the contract by blowing out his brains with a SLOPE The Carson Criterion says that not far from 150 loads of corn were brought tb Carsou one day last A broken arm to a lady occupant of a was the result of a runa way near Vlllisca last The result of a runaway at tho Bluffs last was a broken leg to the Tho wagon was a The Democrat says Atlantic has thus far witnessed tho dullest season ever known during tho fifteen years of its A little boy at Sidney while play ing with a revolver dropped which being discharged lodged a ball in his face that probing has fail ed to The total netreceipts from the concert and festival given by the All real estate in Emerson city 0 All real estate in First Class Good Prices Horses boarded and farmers teams ed and BAIRD Signfy Carriage Paper Cal Done with neatness and Use nothing but tho best By so olng wo feel confident that wo ean please all Vlio may favor us with their thankful for tho liberal patronage irlven H UiitUiepur short acquaintance In MiiTvem lid trust by fulr dealing and close attention o business to merit a still Larger share of nullo All orders In town or country loft at Sny store will meet with prompt ALL WORK WARRANTED o give HIGGIM3 Paper Hanging OT1IEK HOUSE Bono in thoLatest Proiptw and the Interest of Our fill 10 Our rders loft at Biggins Shop will receive Prompt KAYTON UKALEltS IN ANU prices ami examine oijr stock eforo It wfll cost you KAYTON Hastings city increased 5 per J W Gillillaud votingno ou On further motion it was ordered that the assessment on monies and credits be changed in the several assessorial districts as follows All monies and credits in Malvera city increased 50 per and the assessment on monies and credits in Ingraham township reduced 25 per In White Cloud reduced 25 per In Rawls township reduced 26 per In Platteville township reduced 25 In Emerson city reduced 25 per In Pacific Junction city reduced 25 per On further motion it is hereby ordered that the assessment on bank stock be chanped in the lollowinc assessorial dis tricts On all shares of hank stock in Glen wood city the assessment increased 60 per and I hat the assessment on all shares of bank stock in Malvern city be increas ed 50 per and it is ordered that the auditor make the changes in the various assessors books to conform with the order of this Board as made relative to tho The Board tho following business On motion Young was em ployed as county attorney until January at tho rate of per said attorney to attend to all cases that may arise against the county before any justice of the peace m the On motion the sum of per week bo allowed to Stanley until further The following claims were then audited and allowed John Member of mileage and committee 26 05 J W Member of mileage and committee 29 50 John Member of mileage and committee itO 55 On motion the Board do now adjourn until July Attest County then proceeded to transact Barb The victory over tho barb wire of which we made men tion last has been made even more complete by the decision of Judges Love and of coinciding with that of Judge of Tho decision goes to very foundation of the controversy reaching even to tho patents on machinery for the manufacture of Such a complete and over whelming defeat lias not been sus tained by any monopoly for many a Tho Louis GlobeDemocrat says Tho decision practically breaks the monopoly the Washburn Moen Manufacturing Company has enjoyed for several and throws the manufacture and sale of that com modity open to Al though the decision is not and appeal to the United States Supreme bo the estimation in which Judge Treats opinions on patent matters are and the fact that in the present cases precisely the same views are hold by District Judge of Iowa and Circuit Judgi by all of whom the claims have been thoroughly investi toward removing any apprehensions of reversal by the Supremo Even if such were not the the patents to which Washburn Moon lay claim will have expired before the case can be reached by the Supreme SUcrman Again toy From the Warterloo Sherman is receiving many warm words of praise from the press of the Even the papers shortly after the decision in the were loudly demanding an extra session of the and were free in criticism of the Governor for his refusal to now see that his course was and are freely admitting that he was He will be lenominated by tho coming State Con and he ought to Iowa has had a long line of good Gover men who have bad eveiy inter est of tho State at and have given careful attention to every and Governor Sherman has been a worthy successor of the best among He is a natural with a just pride in doing well whatever falls to his Living in Iowa from seeing the State do velopo into one of the grandest in tho ho is familiar with every lino of its knows its capabilities and resources and is always ready to uphold Tho people who have known him best and longest are his warmest and although in the two years of his administration as Gov ernor more serious involv ing grave have come bo fore him than any of his immediate ho has stood tho test and stands before tho people stronger than on entering the He has always been a favorite on the stump and as usual will do effective work this musicians of our city for the benefit of the flood are Burts residence was entered a few nights since by two men at a rear being somewhat inter they only secured a couple of Oak A robbery was committed at the Eed Oak hotels the early part of last A guost was relieved of his pocket The thief was cap Sold WALL PAPER next day by the city tured tho marshal One of tho parties bitten by a mad dog at Red Oak some weeks has been sent home Whether bis illness can be attributed to tho bite is but nevertheless it occa sions great The electric fire wisely ar ranged for by our city will be in operation next The poles are already sot and the agent will bo here from Chicago next week to place tho Oak While the band was discoursing KEPORT Of the Trenmrtr of Mills County thowiwj the condition of the Finances for the term ending June NAME Ol TAX ON HAND School Poor Special County Special School House Permanent School Temporary School 55634 4000 39 2888 33 2490 47 424 64 OS10 48 367 05 054 30 400 68 1680 53 104 02 20 02 831 11 240 CO 1 15 53 58 6H 65 3 29 18 15 650 35 3271 78 10322 23 COLUSCTBD 11476 02 10584 28 4883 IS 24248 21 5425 00 8523 51 C5C8 00 1520 89 13368 05 113 80 2241 73 1 08 5500 03 1340 50 37 46 395 43 4532 00 3437 77 112278 41 niSHUHSEU 12033 26 23540 07 7771 48 26738 68 5840 73 9512 99 0835 05 2474 78 13768 68 1703 33 3315 74 27 00 5732 04 1500 19 28 61 448 01 63 65 137 37 18 05 5182 35 5700 55 131000 06 10110 00 11819 03 4668 74 18780 30 4833 25 0071 07 5100 16 164 40 ON HANI 1916 26 U731 04 3102 74 7948 43 1017 48 2541 93 1038 89 2310 i8 4902 65 350 40 1918 47 37 65 5800 00 1331 04 428 11 14 60 86 4156 50 81580 15 8770 03 1442 87 427 27 90 aos is 28 01 10 90 49 05 25 41 18 05 1035 85 5709 55 50098 47 sweet music on the streets of Sidney last Saturday a row occurred between Silver w arc sold by MINCER The Central Furriiture Store Keeps at all Times the Largest aiid Best Assorted Stock Furniture Undertakers Goods IN MILLS BY THE Car Good Goods AND SELLS AS CHEAP AS THE CHEAPEST Test is Better than and See TO BUY two citizens of that wherein fists and knives were used in a lively Aside from severe no damage was done and quiet was finally Sidney is somewhat excited over a haunted The house is the home of a prominent family who in their absence had closed it Lights are seen meandering through the different rooms by the excited and other strange and wonderful things In an attempt to arrest one of Clarindas citizens who had imbibed too freely of the the officer was attacked by tho ruffian with a The officer in trying to ob tain possession of the weapon had quite a struggle with the re suiting finally in the latter falling to the ground with a broken Thieves entered the house of a widow lady at Council Bluffs one night lust ransacking the turning beds upside down and inside and scattering the con tents of a trunk upon the in search of money that was secreted in the They had their trouble for as tho money was kept where they did not Wo learn that Perry Milligan mot with a serious accident on re turning from Sunday School exercis Ho and some other young wore standing under the elevator at Roberts cnrlessly some ono of them pulled the rope which start ed tho machine in motion and caused a largo timber to fall on Milligan which knocked him and further than that a doetor was called our informer knew no We hope to hear of his speedy Hollow Sidney The Nonpareil chronicles the sui oido of a traveling man at tho Pacific House in that city on Thursday He had procured a liberal supply of morphine a portion of which he had Ho left a note stating that his name was Henry and that ho had been traveling for tho Jewell belting of and also some instructions in regard to his personal efteoU His pooketbouk contained ui eush two pawn ono tor the other for a gold and a posloffice money order for payable at BARB IS AT We Sell the Celebrated DANGLER VAPOR Firstclass Tin Sliop in connection with Good Goods and Low Prices DEALEE IN Shelf i Heavy Hardware Blosburg Blacksmith W H A Full Line of the Best Cooking and Ieating Stoves ever Our Tin ShOB is Tinning done to Order by First 2 9 H Missed AT THE OP t   

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