12 June 1890 Humboldt Independent
LI71HMOR1 DEPARTMENT, Vol. 10. Licet nnrf. In., June 12. '00. No. 14 A. F. * A >t.—.limpet TitirlRe No. 421 moo tfl In reirulftr ine"tin^ ThurnUy evening »>n or bufore full moon Kt Maminio hall in brick block. A. 0. I T . W. — Kvcry ill tor in to Wetlnes;lftjr night In Odd Ft-llii** Hull, Uv«rmuro. Iowa. G.A fc.-Mujnr TIiiteliliiN.m Pout Nn. 870. mootn InQ. A. It. liiill In hrlnk hlmik ovi'i-y Wednemly »I|(rit ott or ln'tVifo tho full moon In pnch month. Timi! T»W« i» efft-'flt .\iirll It-h.lSlin, follows: Train letivefl LI Mftll •rmnro n \ontir. No. <!l ^ W p m Fceiglit Nd. liii t\r 11 45 a in n01!*(t HI1C1H1. Mull No.iiJ 2 -JiJ pm ^XITHM N,>. i4 10 'JO p m Kri>lKliC No.lU'. 11 4r> 11 ni FrftiirM No. US !1 60 a in Trnins No. (H ami 114 run rtnily Iietween Ceilur Itup- da and Sioux Falls", Dukuta. Trnlns No. Cl unit 62 run ditily c.xce[ttSuii*1uy. J. C.BKBdr.s, Agt. t.iverinnrw.lowA. —A frt-e acrobatic performance for a Dickie on the street Inat Monday. —Life Insurance agents the past week were thicker than grasshoppers in a dry time. —G. H, Norton went to Ottumwa last week as delegate to the Masonic Grand Lodge. —E.G. Stark was in attendance on the U, 8. Court, at Fort Uodge last week in tho capacity of juryman. —Last Monday G. H. Norton waa unloading unloading two curs ot lumber which was being hauled to St. Joe, he having a contract contract to furnish the material for their new school building. —Mrs. John Merrill and children, after after a nix weefe's visit at Winthrop with her parents, arrived home on Monday and John isanain feeling that he has something something worth living for. —A. J. Iliainger, the banker, lo make hiuisell more familliar ividi the general business of the country, has added a horse swapping department to his business business which is under hia immediate personal personal supervision. —Mike O'llotirke and J, J. O'Brien, having finished their railroad job at Irvington, Irvington, have shipped their tools and teams to the Black Hills, where they have a railroad contract that is expected to make them happy both in mind and pocket. —Mrs. Cos, a lady of four score ot years, the mother of William Cox ot Hardy, with whom uhe resided, died last Saturday. Funeral here at the Catholic church on Monday, Rev. Father McNearney McNearney officiaiing. The remains were taken to St. Joe for interment, accompanied by a large concourae of friends.