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LeMars Post (Newspaper) - May 14, 1895, Lemars, Iowa I BASE | vs. f | The LeMars S YOU SEE IT IIS S I IT'S EQUAL RIGHTS TO ALL AND SPECIAL PRIVILEGES TO VOL. 42. LE MAY 14, 18}>5. SLAIN 1N_|S state Senator In a St. Louis KILLED BY HIS III by Motia Who Ja nt Time nnd Is St. May 10.-State R. sliot aud at 8:80 a. m. by Maud his The tragedy wbh in hor room on the second floor ot 2710 Washington went to the honso at a late hour and had retired when the orimo was The woman had been unbalanced for some according to the statements of lior She is supposed to have boon insane at the first information the neighbors had of the tragedy was from tho woman's in and found lior in a frenzy of grief and bowing over the and calling on to first witnesses on tho scone could no information from her as to tho precise manner in which tho murder was but everything indicated that was asleep when ho mot his Two shots were ono entering mouth and the other the brain through tho left Death was As as tho neighbors that Maud Lewis was the principal in tho they sent word to the Pour Courts and detectives wore dispatched to the were unable to get n coherent from the whoso ravings mora violent and desperate every They had lior to tho city hospital in a patrol wagon and permitted an undertaker to take charge of the Tho deceased was in St. Aug. 14, 1859, and at tho Louis In ho was elected to the municipal assembly and at tho time of his death lie a member of the Missouri state His business was that of lodging house Two other Lillian Moss and - Emma who wore inmates of tho the colored porter were placed under Tho women in the house gaid that immediately on Morrissey's arrival ho and the Lewis woman had but they had not considered their differences as St. May third attempt to destroy life and property in connection with tho strike at the Tudor Iron works was mado at an early today at Sixth street and Bast St. when miscreants hurled a dynamite bomb at the premises of Henry a German who a saloon and boarding in which are quartered 81 of tho nonunion Nobody was killed or but tho building was badly Tho strikers deny any knowledge of the on a May 18,-Abraham W. IB lodged behind tho bars of tho county jail awaiting arraignment upon complaints charging him wth assault upon two young Amanda Looko and Maggio Two to May 13.-Mr, and Mrs. Halo wore burned to death ot a a. m. in their There aro surrounding the Neighbors declare that tho flro was Blow Ills BAVm May 18,- First Sergeant Prod Schmidt of company United States head off with an old army musket at Fort He had been in tho 20 Dolla Fox In May 18.-Miss Delia Fox and company loft this morning for A few minutes after tho TOO of the T. J. the clerk at the National found under the pillow lathe room that had been pled a containing o and valued at He wired Miss Fox oud she moid from and the wore delivered to brill Is May 13.-The and drill was formally Montgomery park There are 13 Infantry militia companies besides a a gun detachment aud a battalion of comprising two infantry and two troops of about of the San Moy 18.-iTranic has record for five Bo a finished J. another rode the 19:10 8-B. The previous - 18!l5. to BAN Maf 18.-The Chronicle a page from Rudolph who threw the bomb at the riot In May 4, 188(1, has boon a resident of thai city for ' He a few Is May 18.-Ahowl-aaam over the city laAt the mow is Arow of tor for Whisky May 18.-A prominently identified with the distilling interests and on friendly terras with Receiver McNulta says tho is dally by tho supreme court in tho quo warranto case and should it be decided that the Distilling and Cattle Feeding company is not a legal then it would be a question whom the distilleries belonged They might be claimed by former although they were paid in full outright for tho while tho land was leased to tho In such emergency it is wise to have the property guarded by of the and this is tho reason gentleman thought why deputy marshals were When Jacob was accused jocosely of being tho he want my property I do not want It Samuel vice-president of the Independent Atlas can take forcible possession of the they are virtually the property of tho Powers of attorney have been given General to tako all the goods The only privilege he cannot have is that of them in bond for the reason that thoy could remain in bond eight years and then some one else could bo given power of attorney to withdraw them aud Uio present securities will not consent to liable for taxes for eight Atlas is now selling spirits at i per while General price la as to Action of May 13,-Harlom race trade opened Its two meeting today despite last week's raid on Hawthorne by the civic Tho management that tho would not bo affected in the least by crusade against track Tho bookmakers took their places in tho betting ring at tho usual time and tho crowd in attendance prepared to back tho horses to There was much uncertainty as to what action the civic would Its officials had that they would stop the pool selling and a raid was Tho deputy sheriffs who raided had boon paid off and discharged and the sheriff's gave no indication of trouble for the race Tho civic federation officers refused to say what they would do aside from their assertion that thoy would take good care that gambling should President Martin of the Harlem association said that he expected arrests to and would bo prepared for Bondsmen would be he and tho patrons would bo the schedule being run no matter what might ov tub Its Sessions ut on May 18.-The 107th general assembly of the Presbyterian church will meet Thursday at 11 a. Dr. Samuel retiring will preach the opening Reports of special committees will be on the second of the On the evening of tho the Lord's supper will bo celebrated by the Popular meetings will bo held every Besides the routine various matters of a special interest will be among them federation between the Reformed the status of Lane work of the committee of conference with theological seminaries on seminary relations to the and tho relations of Christian Endeavor societies in the Presbyterian church to the boards of the This will be tho 80th anniversary of tho reunion of tho old and now on which the had been divided from 1837 to 1870. Tho following names have been proposed for the office of George R. W. N. Page and Salvation Army to on Ban May 18,-Tlio Salvation army is about to invade Tho leader of tho movement Is Fong Foo a young Chinese who is a member of the Salvation army in this He sold to a expect that the army at the proper time will send mo to To go to China was tho object that really led me into tho Salvation 1 wanted to do something for my country along army The late I has mado China open her As a tho way will be opened for and other good Fish May 18.-There is dismay among tho 3,000 or more men engaged In the fishing industry In this port over tho remarkable disappearance of the finny tribe from the waters of Lake There have boon a dozen or 30 steam tugs and 200 sail boats employed In fishing near Chicago aud most of those have abandoned the What has become of the fish is a mystery to tho local South Now St. May 18.-What promises to bo an important new agricultural industry is about to be inaugurated by a South who will this year plant 100 acres of Russian The yield is 80 to 50 bushels per and tho seed produces one gallon of oil per Tho oil is high priced and is known as the nearest approach to the oil of Found Floating la tho 18.-r,Tho bodies of three men were floating in the river St. Lawrence near Borol None of the bodies have been Nf I mid as to Roosevelt MAY HOLD THE It Is tlin Tin Decision Win Jackson nt 18,-l^osidont today tho of two civil to succeed Roosevelt aud The new appointees are Colonel of New York who was private to Governor Hill eavly in his of tho affairs of tho and John Harlow of St. who was of mails in of that city and was promoted to be by effect of will bo a of tho iis political leaning of Mr. who oil is a Rico is a and Mr. Harlow a The two outgoing Roth tho new are of civil reform CONDITIONS May tu the agricultural from indicate that tlie area of winter wheat in Franco considerably smaller last year's sowings aro In Great Britain the for is considered while in Germany the agrarian interests aro to bo to thn injury ot rye and by a largo acreage in and kept farmers busy during sowings have suffered in of tho countries aud is admitted in Spain and Spring field work is in arrears throughout but good crops aro Excellent harvests aro also in Algeria and Hold It 13.-Judge Jackson called at tho white house today aud paid his respects to tho Tho officials of tho government interested in revenues aro much more hopeful of a more favorable being confident that Justice Jackson has voted in favor of the constitutionality of tho at least as regards tho points of court was Department May 13.-Secretary Morton has approved tho design for tho official seal ot tho agricultural It is tho first time a ueal has been used by tho department and tho innovation is approved by an act passed during tho last Tho seal is an heraldic azure aud inches in tho ricet for May 13-Assistant Secretary McAdoo of the navy is giving his personal attention to tho duty of getting the United States fleet in for the Kiel Ho says the ships taking part will bo in fine condition and make a creditable WIN A Nows of u nnd May 13,-Private advices received hero from Cuban leaders say a big battle was fought at province of Puerto between the Cuban and tho was annihilating tho and capturing more tlian 1,000 mon and groat quantities of ammunition and battlo lasted foar hours and was hard continued his march Mon from tho aro joining tho insurgents Fifty from tho sugar plantations around have already taken up arms nnd tho number will join later Session of BUDA May 13.-There was a stormy of tho lower houso of tho Hungarian diet Herr member of tho declared that government had attacked tho papal nuncio without thus dragging tho of Hungary into An uproar followed and tho sitting was May 10.-Jaboz Spencer the promoter of tho Liberator who was recently from Argentine was re-examined at Bow Street police court and was at length in regard to his connection with the Liberator Tax 11111 May 13,-Tho government mot with another defeat Tho rejected the wholo of proposed tobacco tax Conductors lit May 18.-Several hundred delegates to the biennial convention of the Order of Railway begins its hero have already arrived in tho and hundred of others ore coming in by every B. May 18.-Tho San Francisco which has arrived hero reports the Mogul ashore Flattery and likely to prove a total VLAG HE Will Celebrate tUo In un 31tiuncr. 0)i.u.Min-3, May 13,-The American of said a leading are tired of having their made synonymous for and will the Fourth o' July in a truly The red bombast and all other absurdities will have no place in their ii of three waited on f and invited him to make a as the representative ot the Republican liim that Vice President or Senator Palmer would be invited as the of tho Democratic and with o fow American labor would speak and to American labor in on July 4. Tho governor took the matter aud W. T. of mid ot tho mine workers was appointed to inquiries regarding the on behalf ot the Those informed the that as Vice President Stevenson and Senator Palmer belonged to must secure the services ot cither of those gentlemen before tho hero could advise Governor to This morning received a letter him that the had seen the vice president and he would give an answer on tile If the vice accepts it is probable that on the Fourth of July tho nest president will address tho ot as Stevenson and presidential Destitution May ot the National Mine left today to attend the joint meeting of coal operators and miners of Indiana at Terro May M. Vice Cameron will remain in and Secretary at to keep posted on affairs in tho respective It is know as outlined in that destitution exists among the iu nearly all of the and it is probable that this will cut an figuro in adjusting tho between tho miners and Weat Virginia May 13,-The condition of tho strike is Governor of Virginia is still in troops will Tho governor says an outbreak has only boon prevented by their and that all men who wish to work In the mines will lia The miners are and some overtures will bo mado an adjustment this Tho men aro incensed at the position of Governor Military exists over all visiting minors from West Virginia in Pocahontas and arrangements aro making Throws Out of May 13,-By order ot tho secretary of war use of water in tho Fox river for power has been forbidden until such time as the water rises to tho crest of Menasha tho level tor As u not a wheel turned today iu tho Fox rivor except by Paper and other industries are nearly Unless heavy rains this condition will hist 80 days or causing losa in product and throwing thousand men out ot Their May 13.-Tho between the marble and the Industries arising out of building trades aro now being arbitrated by committees both with Bishop Potter as meetings havo boon hold and a good deal of has boon Bishop will give his some time week after a final steel Works Start May 13.-Tho Illinois Steel company started blast furnaces at tho South Chicago works today and four others are in preparation to begin operations within two to no trouble was encountered when tiie works Police guards were maintained at the mill ORAIN AND Vv After tho lu ljut Boori ports tlint frost hud no the worn weru and tho tlon was for a iu tbo Corn Unii undor tho wore with nnd com. wiTO on Uvn boK 6l%o; 0AT9-Miiy, 28H"i Chicago Mny left 1,030bead; nnd to lower 1 4,U5@l.73; 13,030 Including and 5S10o 7,000 strong nnd 6@10o Bonth Live South May 10.-OATTWE-Hooulpta, 1,200 to 1500 HOD to 1110011)3., 000 to 1100 good lOu 1,700 bond I STATE OF PROPOSED COMMONWEALTH ON THE OF THE GREAT of the Mining mill Timber iif Interests nnd Ibid Trent Not It is about livo years now since tho first talk was about carving anew stato to bo called Superior out ot the northern portions of and Lately the talk has been more and than ever and this has been in great duo to recent action by the ot Wisconsin and Minnesota regarding tho municipal ot tho cities of aud aud other legislation concerning the location of normal schools in both So has tho feeling that Senator Spencer of iu his place in tho Minnesota tho other day and declared that St. Louis ot which is tho county was prepared to secede from tho stato unless it wero treated more fairly in tho Tho map here given shows tlin boundaries ot tho new according to tho ideas ot ono set of its do not exactly meet the views of according to plans of Superior would occupy a more than miles in and its total population upon the basis of tho last census would be about 3in,000. Tho reasons advanced for the creation ot the stato may 1k) briefly stated as The ot tho northern portion of Wisconsin aud the of embracing all tho shore Lake Superior in the United is especially rich in and For this reason tho interests of tho inhabitants are practically identical and not wholly in accord with tho interests of iho to which this mineral timber now owes Besides the development of the under though It began lian boon much more than that of the older portions of the three So groat has been tho increase of In to it is claimed by tho advocates ot tho that its taxing valuo to tho three states is much in excess of tho political power behind and it has boon to tho passage of many laws and tho making of many appropriations demanded by tho mineral timber one of the strongest ot tho now commonwealth aro receiving less for tho taxes wo pay tlum any other section ot either ot tho old luid wo aro getting tired ot Notwithstanding tho that a majority of tho citizens in tho northern portions of tho states seem to favor the very many consider it an and somo mo opposed to and it goes without saying that no ono in tho aud older portions of Michigan or Minnesota favors it. This is not tho first for tho formation of a now stato from portions of old but with tho exception ot West which was erected out ot tho portion of Virginia as a war yet Virginia was a stato in tho Southern none of these over been carried It was stipulated when Texas came into tho that at somo timo its should bo divided into four several but it has never been to do and the sentiment there now is decidedly against it. Many years ago it was proposed to erect a state that should Include tho wholo of tho Delaware which would take iu parts of mid but none ot states excepting has over shown any favor to tho Other look to tho disposal of which Is decreasing iu Ono of is to join Nevada and but thia does not please Another is to annex to but this has nover been regarded with favor by tho residents of either political At tho present timo with a of only 40,000, has two senators iu the houso ut and lias tho same power in senatorial legislation as New Vork or any other of tho older and more populous For u long there has been talk of dividing tho stato of Now making a now stato out ot its which would include New York Long Island and Staton A similar has proposed for tho division of This plan would benefit as the last ono would Now York In each caso it Is claimed by the of the big that anoh a division would relievo a great of control by voters who reside iu more or loss rural and so aro not to tako part lu mu There has often boon of annexing tbo portion of Florida to and haa a auit ponding that may deprive West Virginia of and leavo tho state iu two with riVE ARE WE ALL TURNING Odd Theory That Americans Will Professor Frederick Starr ot tho anthropological department of Chicago not long ago discovered that a in the would make u thief now the novel theory that after a lapse of years tho of America will their physical characteristics until they resemble tho American In n recent lecture ho Vancouver island to Sitka the people to all external of ono high cheek black eyes aud black They have in their of external forms and ideas of worship aud not tlic same stories nnd They do not havo tho somo in are ot many though Heeming alike from out- ward Kvery class of people on tho earth has claimed that tho American Indian exclusively from its instead of the American Indians having come originally from luiy one race or is it not to that from influences of barbarity ot thoy ono typo from many rather than to that they originally from any ono race ot claim is that wo all are growing through tho toward tho tho red Take tho for How is. John BuU f n found burfy follow of jovial Everybody knows the who differs the least from tho Indian ho has been hero Tho southerner is dark with black hair and high chock and is shorter iu just as wero tho southern Why should not tho same which seem to tend toward forming a similar American about tho same result as In tho oven iu tho of the counter of That Domestic aro so scarco in Montreal that visit the city prisons ou tho lookout for John John Linden is soiling tho purest ot Ico that Is boing sold or has over boon sold in Ho can soil ico than any other because ho soils leu In his own name and not under an and also ho has never sold a good will and sold tho follow that bought It 30-tf Trilby The ladles ot tho St. guild will give a Trilby entertainment at tho of Mrs. Simpson tho Burns on sonth Main Tuesday afternoon and May 11. is invited to soo a genuino foot and to toot tho All ot tho County Central aro urgently to meet in May 18, 1805 at Windsor Houso at 2 o'clock p. m. Other populists cordially Invited to this C. II Co. Com. For quarter In a man's is a dozen and to uso one in such a way as to tho is a question ono must solve for Wo that no hotter uso can bo mado of ono of these quarters than to it for a bottio of Chamber Iain's Colic Colora aud Diarrhoea a that family should bo provided for sale by 1'. 11. MORDOFF 6c LEWIS A good merchant is not afraid of Competition has taught us to sell goods at living to work for the interests of our to remember that we are under obligations to to try by honesty and good will towards them to merit a at least of their We nave bought a good quality of in the best as close as and will be sold We propose to meet any competitor's price in all grades of goods that has been or will be Some Leading Men's a at Men's a good Men's a Men's a Men's best in world at price $ 3.00 4.50 5.00 6.50 10.00 Men's Fine Goods will be kept in stock and will be kept right up to Largest of Hats in LeMars Our patent knee Boys double seat and will be what will please Call and try a be MORDOFF & LEWIS Opera House
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