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   LeMars Sentinel (Newspaper) - February 7, 1890, Lemars, Iowa                                llootlons oi. ~; " in street, ne�r uelln fought a purse of $2,( g Frenohinan � f of local ond soj a/rain hag teen t., the flght.   Thoie\ Bnt, andthe pohc serve- order, Thou no Put Ke'ndi'iok was 6e g! 0vfc8 were vuied n'o foiylit, at the-hn gave up, and the XCiliain. was obliged' to act^ no: matoh for Kil-' nint*der is: that He Bibod rstatc t' Vii fPWA FRIDAY, FEBRUARY 7, 1.890. TSSIJED SEMI-WEEKLY. Block to,. 0/ Jest,,, "og-prs   , |4-'--^h.�^d o/' /'Jp.irs ago , autho,,. 't., act,a, ^Wou^/,^�'^'.st,e,; "a. les ,(, ground fliio �.   Til" uppeiSj' a largo iiurnljer of lo iget. , - "  spread so r ijiilly that retr , 'sixty-  iitid sevenil ..of the loilgei useuni milted.   Rumors are yiirre 5'^. ty-live per.-ions lost tliefr liv The  out imlv six lire positivo'" '� time perlshuil.    � ting     Onlv one of the bodi .  w be Delia' Soaiilon, aged 4f). /    * ? \, O iill -lied,  Tho.ljodios of'itU'l � ,.     �� T child liave also boen foa\| executed and � Tliere were ssrhn ptliera� , ,   police stutioii, \vhoro.they,f|f|,g jj. ^' ical attendance ami were  '   hospital-.rt'.     , j        .i;v-Ji^iw, �After �the (ire waa pr'aetically| guished Gliief Webber, foIjOAyedfl eral'fil-cin'en. went into,the'ljuildifi with diltioiiliy iisotinded;:-t6;*the ' ifloore. AMlieri thisy reached them that hdrriflod itljom/metvtheir . Under one of the windows^^'ouoli liuuian Corrii-Imrnbd:to alorispitUeh clapped together and kneeling; ^s.tlu in praver,  FurthRr'isearcb :slir-~' mother parts of the top floorVBe.te .�liiman forms .covered withicindi fJ^Ashes. i Seeing esoapp f rom; thfe laGJlielovv to ,the street Jmpossibli vliV-'''" is had evidently riislied to'  ''--' Latd Omeo. omoe over . ,eM�rB,_towfU..,^ H liotiona and ..(ItUand V,' .condlloor . on res. � Block ages in the Order cedure. \     IIARll   BLOW. " ' yto Make H Quorum 0\ hoi* and Speaker �iiSt Obtain In tlio .-The senate lis-.     .t by Mr. Blair in -.�^i,ntional bill.    Mr. ^^sblution empowering ::  fto rent a room or .  ' ot the Capitol, for '�^ on Indian dep-;:.;s;fe?||fa^eding $100 �;';';-'';^'fog|j;�|s^inate with :;--..:'S'�;#�ithe conclu-Solution was rules. ..Jill to establish . /government in : i,d in part. It r-, over, and at 3 �   tjnal bill w.is roqeedcd to Olhcof the . ; Jn foreiiin      Washin-otox, Feb. (i. - The rumor 'v "'iting the   that tien. Sohofic'ii is engaged to the -TJ''v � ,(lbn of are-   widow of the lati? >}en. Kilpatrick his f   . v,uent. been corroboratud liy ihe. fact'that he '�'ill     .jd States of Amor-   called with her to leave cards for Secre-.wi,   pie of Brazil on.thoir   tary Tracy an! apiieared as her escort .pt.oii of ihe powers,       tiw timorai of Mn. Ooppinger.   The 7' ;l''t^*^?".ff,f,'"lX",f'   gT f mo-  country.    Siio isi � short, handsome "al par-   wffmsii with Spanish eyes and a lovely ' gt-tlie "complexion and is ^ great favorite in ^.-^vuland   society.- j the 'Will Docltirn tUu Suat Vucnnl. nd of- \VASHI^'�To;^, Feb; 0.-After all, the ,,,,i, voters in the Second (jongressional dis- V^v^-'oend^^^ Arkansas are to be t-i- -'^ lanprijiifi'vo Funeral <)oro.iimiil�B. �t tile �VVA/,iaNa'ro.\', F--b. 0.-The funeral of Mrs. Tracy and her   daughter, Mlsa Mary Tracy, occurred, the services being held at the oxeou!;ive mansion. The grounds around the White House were jammed with people and the East room, where the the sprvices were held, was crowded.   In the ce.Tter ot the room were the two caaketi of mother and daughter, side by side.   At the head ot the-t'.u9lc ets was plated a large.spreading palm, the hranches of  which hung in     graceful     curves     over     the two biers.  The caskets were bar dly visible ,'becauan   of    the    mass   ol flowers which wei'fe heaped upon them. Af 11 o'clock the services' began.   Regular Episcopal pervices for the dead wore said by Dr. Dr-'gl.is, of St. John's.   The hyraii^ "JcsusL'.over of My Soul," was llien rendered iiy the St. John's choir. Sixteen trim  si'ilors  stepped forward and bor(! the caskets to the two hearses, followed hy the pall hearers, mournera and relatives.  Tho,hearses proceeded to liock Creek cemetery, side by side.  -Tlie remains wore placed,with brief cere- mony in the receivii-g vaiAltH,wJiere they will rest for the present.       r liiciijroND, Va., Feb. f/.-The legisla-two ad'.pted unatiiinously resolutions of sympathy for Secretary Tracy. f\----- ;00 PER YEAR. Oftici: IIS '/"b� Hon ...MUyiy rushed to'^flr m .their. attempts to tec&i jhad'beeniroiisted as though; h 'iwiruace.�i.,'...'. -,;;.�.���").-!;": '.�.�/;..i '-'i'vis �atcr two infants were removed.;' wr parts of the building and a Viuman lives lost made up. M A nijy Fire, ut JDanbury, Ooniua ( lvered,in.',the;v bMejineht :bf. Saai, Is' clothing! store, -'a^'Liberty a jBtreotfl, and before the'Han pnguiahedy ithei f u/nitni;ej Rogers wiis Raises iibwrnini tgutted; thb,' lo/Si.- - - ' i8,;�do.he;!it�^ crept/toivthie finKirapidr' OSf. ^""'^.Jlfo.r'"   - is in city re, low"' ,    'mem-  moral '�f^'fY ^ was , 'fn its ���   nays i .lis ap- -fo, ad- you Ts Merrill, in lip Arrive 8:45 pm lO'.lW a m 4.50 iim � BiOU  . . C;; jblioan '   rules f ed bv �. n.g the -�;-PS: As *^plamed, nded or iiiport- .-vw.ouiuiB Second congressional district of Arkan.sas aiu to be given another opportunity to d teriiiine who shall occupy the soiit in the hiwer house of con-gi'esBnow warmed by Clinton R. Breckinridge.  It will be remembered that Gen. ClHyton �'iis shot down while, he was taking tcstiinony to sustain his con test.   Gen. Clayton was killed and Mr. BreokinriciKe sent tu congress.    It is stated tlint the house'cjnnmittee on eleo-uoiis will report that 6y the death of the contestant. Cen. Clayton, no one is elected from the seconil district of Arkansas and therefore the .se.it is vacant. The Pacific Company Touched for $35,000, A TKUSTEO   CLEBK   DUCADIFS. A Faokuse of Currency Appropriated by F. A. TValion, Who, by Mearn of a Clever Trick, Gninii n Big Start Toward Caoa-dlnn Soil. St. Louis, Feb. 6.-The Pacific Express company has been robbed again, and this time $35,000 and a trusted clerk are gone.  Last Saturday the City National bank of Dallas, Tex., assigned $!iO,000 to the Commercial Bank of St Louis.  The money was in two packages.  One contained $85,000 in currency and the other $15,000 in gold, m a smaU bag.  The packages were handed to F. A Walton, the money clerk-dt the express company at DaUaii; who. issued a receipt for thbm, put the $315,000 in his pocket and made out a way bill for the 15,000 in gold.  Two hours later Mr. Walton gathered all hia portable effects and started for .the Indian Territory. The S15,0 oors, ..j-j     ivjuon ne took in the letter book.   Then he destroyed the bill for $50,000 and made out one for $15,000. Tlie Dallas books show that $50,000 has been shipped, and no suspicion was created until the bank entered complaint. Walton is 'i6 years of age, red haired and smooth-faced. We have telegraphed to all points on the Missouri, Kansas and Texas and ;the Missouri Pacific, and as J believe he intends to rpnoi. n- 1,--- �   - *=^ao ana tlie Missouri p,,'""c beheve he intends to rea^hr-"' ^ bppo tbget him A^�^ Ca lada. we paid for him!" � "'^ard wi," V-. Arrive 6'Ottni * ^efo^e.io'mSS ''""-lo 10.60 ttUl   ,   ,.    .r, 4'.B0om 5:40vin I'' tiBOain   II Over IjeMars National Bank.   Do a Real Estate and Chattel Mortgage busi Negotiable Papers bought.   Fire and Toronado Insurance in CtC� Reliable CompaDics. -      - -..'     ' ALSO AGENTS FOR THE life insurance comp/i t     LARGEST LIFE INRtttj �-^r^^ - - ^  -uie proposition giving the Demo-.....^.�u a lervent address icrats first choice would give, them the SrSI S?!! i^^s:;^^^^^ mutual ,   , .. � -=-- LARGEST LIFE INSURANCE COMPANY IN THE "'^O'^^y|[g 9M �t ^ter unt 1 he"a '^"r'''6 Gorged ^he first^alloFofThe X--*'*''*'' ""P- n told him tlu" he ,'n,l-i*^/''',''�''' '��  ^'f ^t''^''^' iesu&" ....... '3  ernorFor.akpr In- ,i,f^^ "'"^  'e'P Gov- standing. Hamilton if�'i.r?.      'he C'W      , Campbell certain i?,n,     � T. c.   ^he balloting p?Teed�l fn,^^ -   �->tlithebi!o   0 V -^"nnection being taken mi       f,"^"* ^ "   'md told hin  he s.tici^",!i'l�?.' . Haddon T�" ��v ,,!5 resulting. th� hour, s-^sjrkraii  F�* - ^"4^l^SX^crtfs^=�ted |rap';'iT�- 4'PSX^ce^fo'"s^'-r''^�?^^ by k?nerEnfe'''A.r� presented by b'krneTvZ?�'�''^^^^ ^ew ____.TUiuu time the hew-price list .-^jiisBued, and there will be anladTai per cent. This advanw, it Vf% ed,' is due to ihe increased price; V' feiss in Europe; where, the iinpo i jifeT, its price has been riisedjroni >?J;% br cent. The AmeribajMBnufi A-?SJiave declared theip^j^^ghesslw �is$ftk similar advance in '^ ^^.zr.^ . 40 HEAD OF HORSES AlMiV^^^ Also some miscellaneous FARM MACHINERY ^' -' __ '/ w*-? ''�^�^ I'-it WllfL M i it   

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