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   LeMars Sentinel (Newspaper) - February 25, 1890, Lemars, Iowa                                WAJM^^':'''       � i'BMARpft:fl;TPESDAY,'FEBRUARY 25, 1890.  tSSUED SEMI-WEEKLY. t' Ply mouth, j'Slonx Woodbury coutjllesTf, nitblef   Hiid  ^^^ iiibly;it iwi1:not Lconievvto;;* :;y^ wedcjVtoatleast ten;senatoM jhaye   _ .nifieai;ihfeir.intentiotoot speaking .pn:.;iit. Ifcthe ftbiHilngf hour; beginningi-t^ ia^OKlaBwrni^toWniBit^hWUSHn^;^ for tw"p oti thiree dftys.: : Senator , PlaH: iprth^adioiSBion or.ldato ernmenl Even York   -eliminate Ihid' ^of *"�9je,d'c�8es tm ^"ignsetlis^ of idu*:! t jafiCOUUt^iflth^: ;b9avditll6^lYopli;nfl ��^^��'-vThSsiiMiMS' ..^A^eAdletbn^: , J^Si^igrigp, ^st^iSitefilromjthe """^gf^fnit:^ joth caEie�; s^ahngof thecontesUiiiti le^&i %ilf?be'6allea|t| diiringtheweek. .^after tJie>.wo'rld'8 fi #electloif casei ha new an in ciinDectioi |lakfiit' Ji} lurLot Ue aii> 'lO) 1 & aOLDIK I>ii nihg,' an'd- arrange ingjplans and bounter plaha^i^ittt*, which JO reach.any advantage,'' hbw'ever small, iKat'iSia^piesent"Vit8elf>'�^Il~ is'^Ton ^alt! yergence of opinion asv to liow'man^ heHte it .will reqmre'for any one ,of the: rivals.to distance their competitors. ',Li-deed,4Kpre' i;; considerable' speeulatipn i| as to whether any, fair ^at all -^will be I fheld..t,, �-vt * < ' T. * u < <| Ito'anvifaif at alLunlees^ihe ques-�!jV�*lM4before � the/sitc iSi^chpftTn: iuaiii.1. r d^lling%Wwbat.yponHbl tot il iiuiiilier-of .v6te8 'ckst:  - '^yA i II I- i.liiiiijed;that,the otheryxities ar? throw lUK uomefiof^.^theirf'^trength'^'t^ W n hinKton, ^(f^rUyKtcfr d^ive^Tieibtff^ m ns to their ^     r    n to ostabhsbiWi . todrm u|idMa_ Aulmnnt Hern tar   at War        | WAhiiLNn-ntN, I'tb .4 -The f iLt tlia| the bill providing fur an aiwwtant M>cni Utry e iipiiioua l| the pii-sidcnt IiiiH faniish* d iiiatoiial ft r spo ulatiun at thewai i)u|artin�nt n>i 'gardingtho probiible'-bcoupant of tbil ofliLP   The salart is ^,ViU iH.r ronr am i the.bill pro� 111*94 tliat it -ih ill U> a ti\ilini appointment. niidH In the priMjdiut 0lr.^^'^ iVtutu , t^i.nt�in Proi^lin-private ^ aerrei^l 1,   and    Mr   ifohn rueedale Lhief lI rk  nt, arp amon.; tlw^ ndiniji siiggMtwi for the new oRlco' . 'Amnerty for lleaerUr..       . ^ tton' Sf Secntaty Aoctor granting am nwty to de erfa>rs u iri'tfie, jiidin advo-cats generidVJfptec^'l^wI^r^^lE^l iVpecWot the rabjKt Ka-Mwiiw confld-f AmWISTBIt OXE8 OM TUX! OALLUtrS BKeoutlail'of the-R�v> Henrjr Duncan for Poisoning HI* Wife. MosTOOMEnY, Ala., Feb. 24.-Tlib ^ey. Henry Duncan; a white minister o� the Freerwill Baptist denomination, was hanged at Oiiark, Ala. The crime for wbich'he was executed was the mmder of hia wife bjv poisoning. The deed was actuated by Duncan's unlawful love for Miss Georgia Baldree, a handsome young woman, with whom he eloped the day after his. wife's death. He had made a confession, iU' which he admitted that hewas - KUilty of. his wife's death, but charged Batdree ami hia daugbtor with being accomplices. - They were arrested but on a preliminary examination wore discharged, there ibeing no evidence a'gninst'thera. He contended to the last tbathewas expiatiug a onma of which he;was riot alone guilty;.  He thought it very hard thnt he was compelled to be the only suiTerer, Ilnkbod lllR'^onijianiiingi ^, Canton, O., Feb. 'H --Foi several; �libhths a piirty of Austiians employed at the vOherry valley mine 1 liAve been livingv-together, in Hinall' .quiviters, and; stinting themselves to snve ,enouj,b moneyitq-^ring their wives;and;familieii. across the water, 11 is lenindd "that one of them h(i8 .run away with the joint; ^vings.of .the .rcoinpanvi amounting, to nearly $�.OpO tiyioOOrPOB a: CLUBBING.;; X f.,. *   T ___,    ,  .-/- ' ..... .'A iMan�Beaten! yi a"K;>eciiil':;i*i>ltcem i>j*i',8conrcriH�ijyy,I>�inii(fBsiAar�Jii(it!tIie -> tOpei'a nouito it.uiiuuijiUiint.'' r rATOUS^^^ebir-Wvr^Oir: the: d a^^^ ie^riPresiyieriij^lVyeTa^^ Henry^?Wdron(;df!5Bl0^b'utaa,*Ul8.V;SW here and >went to' tlie i>ttrt''theatre; jiii got: in (oia'^dispu te 5 witliji^he/agent at;th| tieketsbdxbVerisome^ichangM ti �tfgebt cWle"d'''Upo'h> special OlflcerTSy^le; ttf 4fre'afe'J^{iiiii'.'v'?Waldr6n' i^fwiaCpd an'd; '.was teutilly (ilubbod , by , the officer; Waldron .flledTa'uit'for'SaO.OOO 'against ' Dickson 'Sc Taibotti' Owners'df r th^ thea j tre,','and'Sitrfrd4y 'therliial waa" cou; 'eluded; 'thoi ^laintiif^" being awarded ?r,(KW. . Tlie'courtMwila that the theatre' ananagers' were resbtih^lble for 'Kyle's 'MS Col.' riemingw'ay, ex-treas-'orer of-the state.  According.to the statement raadejay >the,coininiltee and the'expert accmntanta eniployed, thel jtatnowpa Coif HemingwAy $2,000, and .^thus tl\e inatt l-[8taind<) untlfa thoiougb. iuvestigatibo'df Hhe treaeuier's and liud itdr'B books can be made." -Although the examioatidn fnade is not.final, yet'it h ^tfthfidentl^^'belieVed'MOol. ^ Heminfeway '"�iFill^bo.fUlly. exonerated Vhen theot-ficml^Exapiination is'<'comple ed. . The .--legislative wcomtaitteeV^report \ ,at�iie�,that th^SjJooks areVao 'mixed thai"' nothing dan w b6'<'tqld^ from 4hera, and retioraniend oa commission of, mqmry. The j-eportMis3Br Bah^i\ iwhiph Vasf Tguitcd by a spark from' the'*h6iiSe',^nM ll-4>   d(.,liu\ed     Suid�>    uliil plrf Liin iiikwahdii'gn.: m tin ruii.- f wIiilIi ho �ill nul t< II    S iiiii ^j,P'iiiL# go 81) old hermit died in a hut onsijhi Tare. '    tC"  - ' .mm] J   ^ Fatal ITire in itCanu\ Oost. Ni-w.-ioiih.   ioh   JI-Fin in^M abiii of th I Mial bo it V L   (li mdWr] �  I �rhon^, onv uf whom di il   Tlio iin �-|i8>u%"d>^ thpr^olo-io i^of4'a ^ia lip'l inJthofaiDilyof'i ipt Duly slveping iiijtiie'tabin, were not arousud unlii th| tire gained ODiuudLrabl^JhtAdnay ;^Mr'�| $2.00 PER YEAR; - -"-^ i FLOOD BORM. IWany Lives; Lost by a Bursting Dam in Arizona. LIJiE I HE JOUNSTONWN MSASTEK The Hrcuk Was Due to the.Criminal Care-: U'ADncBs of a Coilporatlon-Forty Person* .  KnoMii to Hnve^erlDhed and tUo Prop- :  orty.IjugslteaohoiinillllonH, Pnn8C0TTi>A.:.a'., Feb,: 24.-A large storage dain luiilfc across the Hassayampa' river, by. thy: Walnut Grove Water; Storage tonipany two years ago at n CO, t of 5800,000, gaveway under the great pressure of the: lu'avy1flood,and swept everything before it. Forty persons aie ;:linown to have lost theit'lives... ; As the to^n ''of Wickenbiirg, thirty :.miles7,^below >'th^|dam,: -is: on - the: same : stream great fedra arc entertained for its sifety. but 88 there is no lehgraph communication news is .^obtainable as to its fate iiTheservicedam of the^comijany, located fifteen: mil^ below the reservoirs, the fifteen miles'of flume >�just appioacli- ' ing compli'tioili'iwere alsoJ'Swept, away �iThevComankcompanyy has.,'Spent .over; 'gbOOOOO on the^''euterprifle of steer.ng Wilier^ for hydraulic mining.       ' .   ' Ihe'dSm which^ held the waters back-was 110 feet'longvjit the base, and 400 "feet.at the {op',^Jt as 119 feet, thick at the, biiso and }Otifit at  top. formingi a.lttl5e,thiees,'jnil^,4n, Wngth , by ,three,-f, fpUrth3,ot...,a mile'j wide,, and .,11,0 Jfeet: deep ''^^ - �* ff "^^   .., ::'' Gf yihose :!anriwnrt^ were:       "   , lAj^ iiVJiVfIAlNEft::wlf�i;sSfta:jbUr.cl�iiar6n;;?: �(.<: ii iv:iHiiJi()t*E^aInl:a(ril,Shte^*�i-:-:::;n:; f lOHN BILBy. ^   V . .,JosRRii Ki!;yxoi|i).s.. , .................... ' S. MoMIl.LLR: Ihi, inmiLbi of iieople,,,drowned at: 'Wit'lsriiViirg 1/y ihe burstingofc thedara: kcrob^ the D.ls-saj'ftpipa iiver near here.J H.uot.^defiiitiuiy Icliowm   A number of:: horses we're terlani'y' < Amed away, and^: many people wer^^'prowned, but owing .to5the::Iaolc:::oMc4dgrup:Uic.:tCominunica-;.fcion;the'^ex'actfiV<&qjt,otAl?e,;:disaater^^ notbj Icainqd. .'JChe Ominous'^riish, of j ,water.5ftPm^pihe!0;^i'okGny;^^^^ ;waiinjfrK,itb':thV'l?eople-o'?inha:ivaney rnduy^toolf'^arfvim'^gejof and had tiraeC: to''eei;ape.�Kain'!l]ia|<:lieeiWallrii^-heavilyi^^ foi Rovcial days pabt^ hn'd tint dam' was split fi(4in tPp'to< b arBtit ifrW*thoiigIit ^the - ftumbei* dvowi\ed fe %01 y\great ^ The property loss i& iinrnense ^ . a: Ailh'iii Allen, formerly interested in ;tl)e^enlerpiise,-and'John isMcDonald,;an ovi ner gybe Blup Diok mine, have jutit returned^from the-Doeseris" :divide,:'fouri ,reen-miles BDUthiPf the:town^>from'wher^ a view of the ctom conld.be had, and report that,ithus.^oneiiwithoutrsas doubt. :th62;Wn. lat?| lei wiUienLh'into millioiis;;ana.'jthe loss: ,of life, withPiit jd( jnanyi'f nmiliesfare. iri nanow^'canyous   The'conllimatjon tjf-the how 8 ot^tlie loss'tofi'the^libi&^dam: 'lWJiei^ht'i^>ned,:the:^!xoitement!aD.oDiidM ncfimtejn^wsjis pojvj^x^^^^^^ i^'^^tfu^?io"c��eK>(i�^eM:^ia*ijrenit^^^ AirviSCD KOC TO SKLt.. tlipHHS8aya!apK"veit,'Jwlnch.8ho^^^ thi8.,:di&asLe'i,'Jike thae''W'John8t6wn,t PalT'wa8'\accqr*ding,tp4irim,Jdue td CMe| le�l^ness.andjmeaune?'bf(the'>Jirew^,York|l corpoxatiparthatsbuilt-^ita "^ngoet^^ wa^ .dfih toWpoi^t on^the.*dAm;.iboui.>| yea,r,anda half e""  "Tf- aiaa^tn v,^^^^ led at ;tli'eM)a>e ."of^ibe f am aiiM Ic-ikugu ^iJ^^lji^avyj^^iOfT 1.41^ A XaiKua Official toiiuaela ICarmme Walt, fur III(;hor Trices. Toi'EKA, Kan., Fob. 24.-.Secretary Mohler, of the state agricultural department, has issued an address to the farmers, in which he gives it as his opinion that there ought not to be u bushel of corn sold in Kansas at the presenttprices, and that, if the means within tlie reach of the farmers themsolvea were judiciously needy with but: few exceptional cases there need not bo< any sold He thinks the best solution of. the, problem 18 for the alliances of tlie atilce to store the surplus corn until better pjrices are offered, and arrange for the farmes to draw or borrow money on their product. Secretary Mohler says: "Corn m: Kansas atl2 centsa bushel is as good as gold, and under the circumstances now existing there is notj in my opinion, a bank in the, state that would not cheer fully loan money i.treasonable rates on corn-well cribbed or.in,store. The security is good, because corn 18 certain to be worth 18 cents per bushel in less than four months from now, and if fed to stock 2^ cents per bushel would be' realized,'.'.'. Mr, Mohler ijfives it as his opinion that if the entire reduction in rates ;which'was recently granted by.the rail; roads-li cent8< per bushel-went directly into the - pocketn of Kansas far-mersiit.woufdnotbeithe best solution of the problem'before them, WALTON'S SHOET SHEIFT. The Paolflo Uxpresi Gomvany's Absconder tfr- Captured:by a.Plnkerton Detect-............lve.at^t,.,^olins,.A'.,II, Chicago, Feb 24,-Satuiday night Frtd A. iWaltPn, the clerk of.the P^^ ExpreBSiCompany,:.who:abeconded'from DallaB,'Tex., on'Feb. liO, was-arreated by'an officer of the Pinkerton Detectivei agency at SL. Jolins, N. -B., .and ..$7,000 of the $%5,000 stolen found, on him'. fWaiton tookJiiscapture Tery.philosopli-^cally: (I he ofHcersantend-tkeeping him in Canada a little wliile.td learn, if 'Sible,'Lpf :Ya1ue.of /Wr^ 'Halli8>seKviciw rdcei yed; f nil wJi-ecogni tions: in thef siieeohes Evidence was not ladt: ipg thatin the;,opinionvofythose,piriM�rnt: thecoufeiencp 1 had been rattier slighted^.tm .conipated .vfitli th&.P.an';: Ainerican:^ tcPngres8,rv:which a\^as?^:^^c^^ yened about the same Ump. '^The res'ul^ :of the t:meeting.::.-neyerthele88, rfwere re? garded as pf ptrman^nt value, 'r,;-,*j,.To-.5Jo�Wema:,IVM�4l�:j�;-P .     ........ ' 'IxiNTON.'iPeb.-'^'--'Th bo^a-; monster:sma88,vme^tingalaiHy 'Park, of workingmeh, of / all classes,'tp! express-'Condemnation';of,vitIis:Ru88iiui: penal, system and^its.aoximpanyingoatr "rages , The meeting is being'arranged^! by labor|Jead^r8iWho recognizpin the.;S^^^^ called political prisoners of .Russia'the: friends of universalreformandprogressi^ jbothm respectsto\(8ocial*!;and,'politicjil; .conditions. The great interest taken in -ithi8matter:.-iiv^-AmericaMbaa?.: found;..: an: echo here, * The Sultan Pressed By Busslo.    \ \ l0nik)K, Feb, 24,-Russia has made' sWther^^emandsy recent ,Porte for "the'payment*,of indemnily# 'jsrhich* according to the" Berlin- treaty i| 'i&^Uld ha�e?^u?paid|b;pTnrkey;6ttS^ SPRING BROS. Hardware and Furniture. Heating Stoves, Latest Styles, Bottom Prices, New Styles of Furniture, Attractive Prices. SPRING BROS. IJndertakei's and Embalmei's. TOWNSEND BROS., -DEALERS IN- Shintrles, Lath, Posts, ShrIi, Doois, Moulding, ' ' Goal, Lime, Cement, STTJCCO, HAIR. STONE BRICK PAINTS AND BUILDING HARDli ARE. Will sell AS low ns the lowest, will treat you fairly and mcr.t your future trade. �5-t^i:i'"S;"5;'i::'i' '^�'�^^ Yards at LeMars, Remsen^ Merrill and George IWoney^ Loans! Money! LOW  6, 7,;l8 and 9 per cent.' INTEREST; pocket before leaving., Orderu executed and money in your the office. ^"CftU at the Ulfti k Front corner Miuu und 6th Street * m LeMnrs. L- D. CLAY. The oldest loan agency Keystone Disc Harrow >With orwi'Uiaut.beeder AttachDieht,' iHas fii>ti-&icUoni.ball-bsariiig hang^' WJ..: � The lonlynsuccessful > disc, haf : row in the market For prices call on , J ^ stained frPin,^ ^fie'late election^; ehpw tliei retufn of-^48 poh8e;vaiiTes,f'I8 ,-I^peruU' ' 55,and.li�'i5VTlie^rtie8i�*i '-'i-binatidn;Shad''|818,, forUflnibrEaehBottto.   ForMtobf ailDnftgiiUudGnMnn And by Dr. P. 8CHWIND. L� Mars, Iowa. PER BOTTLE.     -      .      - E.MILLEK^ Cpntnwtor and Boflder, It I I '    V I, �CTnnMpilBlliWiii flwpUyAmnrewd - v   

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