13 mar 1890 humboldt independent anna farrell
LIVERPRE DEPARTMENT, Vol. 10. Litermore, la., M,ir. 13. '00. No. 1 \. K-. i A M.—T»»p»r Lodge So. Ml nwui hi renulnr mei-tlntf Thnrailny evttnlnn* >m or before full moon »t Mii»»ni<= li»» in Tick bluck. A 0 I' W.—Every ftltnrnntn Wednefl.lny nlnlit In dd'l Ml'"" Unll, I.lv«riniim. In»». O.A R.-Mnjor lliiti-liin-iim Pout Nn. fl7l). menu InQ A. II. Ill" I" 1 T" tl ' t l' l " rl < ovt-ry WtMlct.-ii.ly nl(;M on or li'-l'on- the full :a uim In i-iifh monlli. the year, and the following year the receipts receipts were J58.SO per day, the two following following years we are unable to report as Mr. Reed did not have records by him, whtn interviewed by your reporter. .Tune 15. 1SS7 he was ut, Coney Island New Yurk witli his show, the while en- jnyinp the country t-htkels when the Lord helped him nut of the business a< the mitre dropped dend faom a lightening lightening Mrtikc when standing in tho hnrir ended th« life nf the t:iirin-i'y, lur which Showman Fnrepflimh had offered $15,000 ! lint nut tohii ballli'il Mr, Herd with the jliclp nf a iB.xidiniist noon had the defunct animal on exhibition, which hi! soon old out liitiis and hair fur S500. 1B1J1 Improve ytiurit liv pliint Trnin Icavpi Ijltcrinnro ft« followg Mull Kjcprpus F«IRtll IIIMSO NORTH. No. Cil No. HI Nit. lir, ftr OOIN<: Hiitmi. No. 114 No. r,4 No. (Hi No. liS .1 <>.", p m r» (1:1 11 m 11 15 \ in Mall No. IH 2 27 pm III 'la v m KrPltrht. No. (Hi It 1,1 am il 6H K In Trnlnn No. f! ; l an<l IU run il:illy Itetween ('film- I|H uml Sionx KnlN, l>iiUut:i. Trains No. IH mi run rinlly i-xceptBuiuluy, J. O. BKHOF.X, ARt t-. M it'll flint iti» itnil ilin limi Hill Hioiwlit lo mirth —Mies Anna Farrall'a school Jin the Nickerson district closed last Friday. —Isaac Lyons new barn has grown faster IhanJonaU's gourd ever thought of doing. —Dr. Welch, of Humboldt, was here and at Bode lust Friday looking after th welfare of his patients. —Nellie Grover who has boarded with C. E. Tilson and attended the last term of School bus gone to her home in Kowley Iowa. —Mrs. Killing, of O'Brien county, visiting relatives reports that March li-t when she left there was two feet of snow on tho level at their place. —Gile Weeks whose arm was amputated amputated above the elbow Feb. 20th was con fined 10 days in the house, when became out as bright an new, the wound about healed and Guy a wiser if not a sadder boy. —Another visitation of hog cholera Abe Simmons has of late lost $600 o thorough bred poland china stock, ao( other breeders in this vicinity we are in formed are loosing large numbers. —Dan McCauley the jolly son of ou genial County Auditor was here Ina week looking after business. Dan is s fine a chip from the old block that he can -carry nn assuring countenance under the most adverse circumstances. —J. M. Meagher and family move last week into the Nancy Neal residenc which he purchased a short time nine and Eli Kacklifl" and family who had been occupying it have moved into the Weeks house on 3d avenue that Meagher vacated. —Our schools closed last Friday aud 111; Hi,- llliu-U IlillH Spin t-dvi-ri-il luvu I'niir I'.ullL- nf South Uiikiitu. l>y uniil Ipiii'i-r-* it Inn* prtivt-ti Hi" n fitir tn tl With fl'it- li'ling-. i-iMiipiirl f-irm. uooil col ,-tihV ut linn-pin itinc. pciftct lniiiliii'-fK, ii |iiiini,nlli->-il liy prnirlltwl Ili'-n tlie VKBY IIH.sT 1-:\T,!!<1H1-'.I-:S fur ['n-iii,- motions. Tiiiiis'l'ii'H-'l ii'-r*. li t" li i:i'-l'e*, Klnokv. with KOO! niotii, S'J fli) per li, Sl.flll pur li, l-v niiiu. .-h ill-en fii'in thu 11111-°, li tn li im-lii'w $:', (.0 I.u :it). Jii.OH i""- HiO. Weil p-n-knii .ml pn-iniil. l.'iw inif.i i,y the 1.0(10. Onlt-r , DOW. D.ltrtloSIK- t'r.'U. Alfl> iritlWl-r Of III] k'li'U "I Kiilit nml Orriiinii--. ml Iri'.'K. Evi'i mid Smill Krnitri it nin-ri'ilty. AdiL'CS M. K IIISKUCV, . General Nurseryman. f IS a Mood disease. Until tuc puiaon Ifl 1 expelled from tho syatc.in, there can lip mi euro (or this loathsome) anil dangerous malady. Therefore, tho only el'fcelive treatment is a tli(ivoii}jh coin-so of Ayor's 8ilrsnparillu — ihe liestof nil b'.i'ml puriliers. The •••uniicr you be(;in the better ; delay is diui^erotiM. " I W:;R troulileil with ejifnrrh fur over t\vn vein's. I tried various renieilies, anil was treated liy u niiiuljer nf physi- eiiins, hilt reecived no benetU until I bewail to take Ayer's Sarsaparilln. A fmv bntlles of this medicine eurril me of this troublesome complaint »ml com- S U'lely restored my lie.ulth."--JuSHo M. oggs, Holuian's >iills, N. C. "When Ayev's Sarsuparllla was rec- ommeniled to me for eumvrli, I was Inclined Inclined to doubt Its etlleuey. Having tried sn many remedies, with llttli! ben- elit, I had no faith that anything would cure me. I beeiune emaciated from loss of appetite and impaired digestion. I had nearly lost the sense of smell, nml my system was badly deranged. I was about discouraged, when a friend urged me to try Ayer's Sarsaparilln, and re- fiM'rcd me to persons whom it. had cured of catarrh. After taking half a dozen, buttles of this medicine, 1 am convinced tluit. the only sure way of treating this obstinate disease is through the. bluoil." — Charles II. Walouey, 113 lliver lit., Lowell, Mass. Dr. J. C. Ayer & Co., Lowell, Mass, trlco *1; nil liolllCT, $5. Worth *5 u bottlo.