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Lawrence Morning News (Newspaper) - February 3, 1884, Lawrence, Kansas The Mornin FEBRUARY 20O B CITY W ll DYING AND 151 1 iJl tf 17 i lr i liu MSIm IU I National Wire Iron Offices MiMTFArTCRBBS Of vriro Wire Counter Wire Cheeso Sand and Coal Weather Stable Roof Wire JC Iron Counter Catalopua thla ices today In tin February after an illness of three Mary agetl V2 year and months eldest daughter of and Fanny conducted j The funeral services will take I place the 4th at the res niuiv and and dence of the on New Hampshire remain apart from church h ir I From exchanges we clip the following of Dan am Josie Morr s Sulli They arc to be here mxt Tinday n D ruing Why o The musical ami character sonis of Indiana Cash to the and iSo Massachusetts St n i between Warren and Berklcy west All friends are vited to be I I Ve have perfected arrangement the ISKWS will be in about i ten days to give the best and lakt mar A kind invitation all especially oung ser vice at the regular 7 by Morris are original and very Dan and Josie Sullivan are very Hiis a line specimen of the Irish full of fun and humor she a spleiiMil specimen of the Irish Salt Lake 01 M V 11 l i cliafgc nil lir IllMSTIAN IlitIIi There will be services at the church on each Lonls Morning at 11 Kveryboily Seats j kct reports by and later i 11Vl Sunday school a in oclock and he will return this niorn telegraph news than and more lo Corner of Kentucky eal w i Sunday edition this paper in County Convention of The Doctor has been in our n i two weeks from today contain one VYoineiis ClmliinTemperince l lrxv during which time he wns tmvn Tiiompsons shinijle lloats to the near Limlleys drnr has been inour midst but iid No IXtni tXl Kill IdSSiS till smut page of illustratetl humorous muling ion the Methodist church licsls for xi xtfa uiiisi r of new earpehter shop is 1111 tour to sv colinillis ot on Ilia Ills i i iiroi u r IHIIKI OIHPI ml loin to in n ot u i the usual class by the bet Ameucan Look out for further announce r A ments rejjardinjr the St NDAV 1 Weekly for the cheap Tlie Ialnhss only ipparatnsin Call aini ef of the n me nen h Strongs Sliissaehuftts north of National Kiiixa Iliriu lor luittnlll the s Ihnt niih In nn ioininir the Clmrlcs ncres of thi tract is allii ami pinniiniiit The re is saiiIy lit 1ruit nr tin per Tvrinn tfi suit Tinentire purchase or may remain ii mortiriiire if WOMANS r Iark with muni mid to loan at reasonable rate of interests on lirstclass lon or short by dealers in real estate and for Farmers Mutual Insurance rf Abi OlViee over Woods eerj FOK SALE HtO acres of improved land in Norton comity for low for or would for Lawrence Address box Stoves and and Tin Repairing at bottuni prices at 1ersoni naviny Christmas nresents can leave Uiem at Hopes obtain on llnv your wife a New Cook Stove a Christmas preeut at Aho No Maahnetts strei for A I Illlt For French Stamping in essons in Arrame rib mm at Doyles in new keep i stock of Felt Sateens ami also Arrasetie l and Kmbroidery I also Hnsh 12 11 pounds Granulated Sugar 11 pounds CoUec A sugar lirown Sugai pounds New Orleans Sugar Lfi pounds I5est Steel Cut tat Meal 12 pounds Best Carolina Ilicc 0 pounds Best Iatna Rice 11 pounds best Dried reaches 12 pounds best Knglish Currants i jioiinds bcsi Ilicolorcd Japan Tea Dust jioiinds best Japan Tea Dits 3 pounds good Young Hyson Tea o pounds good Gun HcnvdciTea pounds good Japanese lea cents a year the people land paper i i business mans K Our rolling pin nlvertie s a Hut he avs hi i in I Paying groceries are just as am will go i fsir toward making a happy family i the combination If that is 100 Ibs extra quality Gun Powder good enough for anybody 2 pounds Tea good enough tor 1 Ibs Fmoy Incolorcd Japan Tea in fancy boxes worth 75 boxes Matches 200 in each pounds now Valencia Raisins pounds new London Layers Raisins pounds A 1 Flour loo pounds Staff of Life Flour SI Cans Corn 2 Ibs each ft Cans IndependenceTomatoes S Cans either Vancamp or Pollcs best Tomatoes A laisc lot of Lumps ranging from 25cts to If yon want to make the cook just try a of Sibley coal your orders wiih Steele n ien Leave rv Co to Hodges cum liaid 71 st your w fe happy wiin jericaii Sewitg For ah by A livery b v Monev to loan moke mall uni on nor chattel re N i w I luive i n Auril lv i attacked i hi a diHiculiy in Abon a inoniii a a pain in jianied by iVv er and 1 appivh u Licit alcnl at preent I en lo avd applied one AllcockIlaic Mitllllcl and two IH In an breathing ua in pani iiatl i ane the I awoke free ft 111 I aUlll uy li end of a I or ihe last teli Ailocks Pa turhave used family d For additional locals see 8th Hretts Lemons at Hot rolls at Hulls Cuugh Syrup il Kngland Diamond Dyes fur sale at South Knd Drug Ham iradf ginger snaps at HrettX Famous Irannis oysters at Good lhLjys fVr your table at approve smoking the Lillle Fried nytiT in loaf at Toilet articles in at Soiiih Knd Drug of this has been appointed of The bet dovche iu the market Fifty A new invoice of cigars at it S Ihimphnys Homeopathic for sale at South Knd Freh coeoannt eamly at A Five hundred iicunds of Klixirs and Fluid at The lit made a larger net gain yesterday than in any nie day within the pat three See the new stock of gas just received at Masaelni A good buines for sale or tradefor rfnnie lgant Toib Soa at Fnd Sior i l JlllillPe p Woo A full line of Homeopathie specifies for sale by South Knd Drug If yon have a or any trouble with rheumatism take a Turkish IH Vermont street is the so why not try of a sack of Hour and a can of baking powder The weather is now the streets are wheat is not and there will be more fruit than some folks ex and Menger a new lot of boots and of a quality that will Good woods give good satisfac So thinks on Massachusetts is selling his stock cheap in order to close out everything in the grocery Now is the time to Call and see what can do with him for Stanford of the Indiana had a big day and all are glad today is a day of Gibbs is getting ready for the in fashionable millinery gtJodsTaud will make her announce ment to the ladies of Lawrence in due The NKWS lakes special delight incall the She assured us that the work ad guided by the hand of and we are sure of Kemarkwere by 15 liced ami Veta We they mti to repo i com Temperance Literature Fu Fresh ground corn j ing the attention of its baled hay and Chopped fact that Miss Helen Totter has been en feed of all kinds at Hodge gaged to give one of her If yon want to buy Dry Goods and and humorousreadings at the arpels go lo MrlvTJKK iV Fnnstoii or Higgs will go to Congress but will go to the Ironclad gallery for he best that cai be bought for Opera House next Wednesday We assure our readers that they will be highly The writer ha heard Miss in a variety of char She has remarkable power as an Her voice is wonderfully clear and It ripples in laugh Superintendent of Hrcwer adiled to the Hailroail Temperance The local unions and Hands of for the next gave their which was good progress in nearly every Our state organizer then gave us a short account of her work throughout the We then had a few literary exercises from the little Sadie Vestal gave us a good temper ance which was well Willie Stanley gave a nice declama and we trust he will always be a temperance Next in oriler were speeches from Richardson and Brother Not the least among the good things said was the reading of an written by a lady of which the union decided to hare Among the enjoyments of the day was the good cup of furnished at noon with our basket Thanks to our it was not The next meeting will be on the 1st of which is our anniversary and also marks the date of prohibition in credentials was chosen and a welcome j on this side are ready for extendetl to all our delegates by the the deadlock in the and have been for the past six past ft w days have been so warm that some gardeners are beginning to think of x Some little dissatisfaction seems to I in the minds of some of our peo ple who have been fortunate MIOUgh tO sell out to the railroad Ihey all agree that they have received i very fair sum for the property they have but some are inclined to the opinion that he railroad has been partial to certain who have from time to time held i honoied positions in Douglas To illustrate Near the bank of the three quarters of an acre was purchased a few days for Adjoining this property on the north were three lots tor which the company ottered but with nearly half this amount of with about 75 feet The for mer lot is comparatively worthless for anything like building about half the lot has been washed away by the high waters at different The latter is worth three tinies as much as the But it must not be forgot ten that railroad companies are privi leged and soulless corpora They when they see cities towns and counties to the BUSINESS The following comes from the Decem ber number of the Kansas This institution is fast becoming the leading attraction in the minds of the citizens of Douglas Wo American have always championed the cause of education From the time the first foot touched Ply mouth Rock till the unceasing cry has reverberated from Maine to Cali Wi MUST WE MUST and this eohoes no uncertain for well do we know that the very life of our nation is rocked in the cradle of But notwith standing all we sometimes fail to comprehend the true meaning and uses of an Few question the ex cellence of a thorough but Kansa Increase your value by learning to gbtles into the grave and write short at the Col ll sillks tragedy at In ami private impersonations she is lost in Lessons suecessiully given by Ulu Character she whether it Call around to Ihe Turkish Hath Ho be as the Flower Aunt Melissa the and get t genuJ Yankee or the fiery John ine Turkish It will do yon j Gough a a temperance We Frank Cosleys skating rink will be do not know what her programme will open Wednesday from lo to but it will suit the audience she will for ladies Gentlemen to assist Unison Watt rise to that The object of tin Orophilian who have the credit of bringing Miss cents per and good meals at all oysters and all sorts of goodies always oi HoojKs has everything ship shape order at the Turkih Hath is now in attendance they have the best oranges in town for l is to raise money to e a The object is a woi Tickets for sale at Fields book Kescrved seats without extra Admission and thy oji i n th Gentlemen will tind Hi ram till at their and obliging Tinladle will be to b arn ISiliniSS In another place we print an article from the Alehion Champion on The Newspaper We would like to have ii read and pondered bv tverv biiines man in Then Lawnnee uch an eartiet Iejll He sure t btan aaii iilier Charles Duncan wid take nb i ripiions Tutii 1 iho at a year for both Any one wanting graining or house painting can retire Vrtdas work by employing house ontli of Haptit Kentucky We have another hundred of Footos Health for ihoe subscri bers paying iU cents for the NKWS one The book alone is worth the though costing but JO Fresh peanuts at s with ig fancy creama iV the new greae ivmover i eheaii day Till am Teeth ratlet I for 1I Set artiiicial teeth j Fivh uannt candy at j 1oekct utlery in endles all SirailonSoiiii Drug very I orangen per Atkinon will be at the Place 7 and tracted without j eocoanuts at i Imported and Domestic very best at Strallons South Knd i I rug Feather Dusters in great at very low at South Knd Drug that is again at their great a at the Turkish Haiti This idea the be eiccialv pleas ing to her obi her as ni ellicient and elieerfu trict well in town The are getting settled ami farmer friends ho have up by cold err glad lo get Ihcv ay tiie fruit iles injured tlan has been Goods our Linen and while Good1v our and Kniiiroitiery De Viil our lioiery and iove Depart our Mulin ar Depart Visit our Carpet THIS During the month of the Sun day afternoon Gospel meeting had an avcrajii attendance of the consecration held fifteen ntcs before the Gospel an average attendance of i the after meet many fail to see its practical use to a farmers son or Now this is just the mistake too many of our other wise intelligent farmers arc making to We ourselves on our public school Hut are our children for young men an average at properlyprepared for the great business i t i3 i world even then We no 4s the 1ridavmght is sl ami must be class the Saturday night training as a physician for the practice class A New Years reception was held with an attendance of about The average daily attendance in the reading room was about Several calls were made on sick young and a number of young men were directed to good boarding Workers of the association have bc n present at all the union meetings in the and of was when to be man proved his incapacity for anything high or Hut with his tory and intelligence comes theConvic tioii thai to in any busi ness must know the laws that govern This is the province ami work of Business College not that a student may be polished in all the departments of but ihat he may know what is ami how to transact it ami without which ill utterly reach the unconverted young men inn his knowledge may T and w have endeavored by special eflort to i u i the It but spuitd The various committeeare rapidly through years experience but why spend i i f yearfor l ha which can he much more organizing and panning for a mere r thoroughly nriiereu m a PU tendcd work tnrough the year to Huiwrss The held ii aoiiion h by tlse Gospel nice ll Ilg n ill ollegi s at ral i Mt Now U flu h an a ig I and D a a will nad of e th ivning ani l ood and e ews mut e onl tlen Nw arrived mi a viit to progress SI1C founded on ill most d prime the ied and even have advantages that we have in having a country behind Lawrence is a central surrounded by these cities that I muss dispose of a at of limit our field to our own immediate my immense stock of goods asno other A Lawrence paper must there building in view will accommodate the fore be largely and ittelegraph STOVES WAV expenses mostly limited to special ser oar ien the present or is Me I vary llel ii found their gl v has i IK inl ruction i ill two mire and iii after the Holidays lo part of tin s rrmarkable sue of ami juiy mid what is by none wet of course is thorough of live iiepnrf Husi Lnglijh and or aclual Department isimply a great in which you see real and tel egraphy all in atrtual and thus it is in ail the 1 write liis not as reporter who paints south half of bloc lii picture aeconling to tin purse bc himl l lie but rather as a business man who has suffered much from the i Iloadley to Slue a IMS nali oiitnwest quarter of l let me say to teach section township range i your boys thai which they will success Kaw Valley town company to Sarah I fully nracticu when they become lots and Simp For and full sons North refer you to Boor Law
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