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   LeMars Sentinel (Newspaper) - February 28, 1890, Lemars, Iowa                                ro. i9i mtind ri7. LE MARS, IOWA. FRIDAY, FEBRUARY 28, 1890.  TSSIJKI3 SICMI-WEEKLY. 'AW r^^-OO-FEK. YEAR. hi. V4 HOTEL BREVOORT. GHIOAQO, Feb. 20, '90. IJ'ALE & CHASSBLL, LeMars, Iowa, ntlifitieii: I am buying a great ici' #ill be received at ii(i:^.rclL 1st to 1^     Ow-5^ii^r^rt%tesstoii in the sale iFade I am able to buy sStt a very low figure and shall ^iipps icGoMingly Goi;Qds,;,now,on hand will be offer-ITess /ffian value to make room new. ,,.R^:sp^^^^^^ H. F. DOW. 1 GREIIHEl. The Pan-Americans' Continen tal Railway Proposal. SIR.  CAMPUELL'S  INVlSGltETION BrnuBlil Oiit In the Civil goivloo Invoa-tig.itloii-Tim tapd laiitilr]-Tlin Woric in CuiiffrflMH-Iilnlto and Stutulidoa- Otiior Citiiitul Nuws. t Wasiiinqton. Feb, 27.-Tho report of the coninutteo on rnilioads favoving the construction of a continental railroad was adopted by the Pan-American giesB.  Tlio report recommt'Dds: That a r.tilroucl connecting all or (lie majority of iho nmioiis represented in tlin conteionuo will ooiiti-iuiite ^really to tlie development of. tiie moral relations and nuiteria intcivstii of the said nations. That tho mcana best adapted to begin and cany out its execution is the ap-fiointmeiit ot an inleriitUional co/nniis-'jon ot engmr^rs to study tho poaaibU roiitcH, determine tlieir true Icrigtli, estimate tli i re3fiectiveco;*t, and compare thrtr reciprociil advantages. : Tliat the commission should be coni posed ot three �jngineer8 appointed b each nation, with thn privilege.of diyi ing into sub-commissions, and to appoint as many-other engineers and em-ploj'es as iiiiglit be coi.siJered necessary foi the mora rapid execution of. the ��ork. That tho niilroad, in so far as tlie.common interests will permit, should uniid the piini.ipai cities lying in the vicinity of Its r me. That It the general direction of the" lino ouiinot be altertd without great in convenience lor the purpose mentioned m the piet-eding article, branch lines should be surveyed to connect those cities with the main line.    - 'that exibting ruilvraya should be utilized as lar as is.possibla; and compatiiile with the route and conditions of - the'^ continental railroad.,   . That the construction, .management and operation ol the line should be at the expense of the conce siouaires.or of tiie personb to wh(im they sub-let the work, or to whom they transfer their rights with all due formalities, the con-^ sent of the respective : governments farat being obtained. That all m:iteriuls neciessary for the conati uction und operation of thq railroad sliould bi) e. S*AlmNaTSNflFeb Sv^-ln the "s^nattf. Mr, Chandler piesent.p.d a- petition from Union couhty, ArJcnusas, i-epreseuting that at the state election there m Sep-; ti^mbev, a systematic reign of terror prevailed; that armed mobs p.iraded the county night and day, terrorizing the whilas and shooting and whipping colored voters; thutsoliools and churches liad been demoralized, ; and ballot bo.ves carried off; and asking tor:, the protection guaranteed ' by 'the Coustitution^ . : Mr. Evarts called up liii$ resolution.de> clariug it compr^tent tor the (enate to' :i{lect'r:a pvesidentv pro':: tem,'.wno;.shalt bold;the olflce during the pli-aiJure of the; senateanduntil aiiotheivia;,elected;rand;; who shall execute the duj.ies theieoff wl!en:thovioy,president 18 absent. .The resolutioni.-was^i:briefly isdisciissed> and* went ovei. Biisinesa; :oa':; the .^.Calendar was^^ vt taken ; up and .twentyrsixs pension andt iruate bills wero passed.   PrOFidina; or a steam vessel tor uae of the civil government of Alos^a, appropriating' ISO.OOO for the vessel ftiid;$19.0i)0 for the; annual expense; iappropnatiog*8100,001); for enlargement of, the publici"buildiug;; at Topeka, Kan.; appropiiating' S7 >,000> for a publio building at St. Albans, Vt.i V The; senate at  ib called'up. It vras ag�eed Jh'at Aix, Jiours" debater should, be^ll9W0d."=i,.jMr.iKowell and Mr, Kicoy of\Io\Y�, championelU Atkinson's,, 'cflRP nnd'Mr-O'KorrAtl nnil IVfr^ Wilcnn After a thorough Investigation ho came to the conciliiMion tliak ho harm had come to the sorvico or to the ptinltc. As llie q-jeflioiis hud been* used in former examinntionfl nnd roiihl have bnen sieii by any p^r.^on making tii'i ritjijest, lie deemed ilr. Campbell Kuilty only of a breach of di.i'.UDlind and he repremanded himforit. Emily M, Dabney, an employe in the depaitmeiit ot labor, testifiod to taking lesson from Mr. Flynn, of the Fry institute, and;af.,w days before the exaini-Tiiition she expi'oAse'd t'� Mr. Flynn some doubt'of her ability, upon which the offered to st'Uhor the fim-stlons to be used in the coming cxan)ination fi'aval CoDiinitlMe Re|inrl8. Washlvoton, Feb. 37.-The senate committee on naval affairs lepoited fftf vorablyithebill relieving the Union Iron %>oi'fs horn the j enally of 5^3,000 in-; oiirred' ouitbo, Ubited.i;Stites.steaimer-Charleston." :Also.the.bilI extendi Dgthe; provisions :of:ithe act granting immunity'; tothedeserterSA.fi'ouiitlib :havy,-.during;> ^he late war, so that it shall apply to , ^tlio8e.T.who*'after.ward3 ' enlist6d-.;in:^the' ttimyand were granted 'lionorablediii-; charges.    ^ v _]_ A'FiiVorable Ilepoi-t on Idnlio. ...:. ^. , Washington, Feb. 27,-The   house 1 committee oniterritoriea'authorizedtaifa-:! :vqrabl8;;riBnortii>u'the bUl;ititrb'diiM^ the house by Mr. Struble, to provide for tjie, admission of the gtato of Idaho.r^Thef bjU;i;cbntains-the'jf uBiiM rlawS under whicli ,teriil^ries , are "admitted, ^ftod appropHatos ?2S,(JjOO ^ for � defraying   WB.OOO Aoralnst Notlilng -Hyan uiul Casoy VlKtit-ntitcIiell Kiiiinlicd Out by Hanloy-TIio Skutlng CIiuniiiionHliIji-Uillliirdg-Uuso Hall, San Francisco, Feb. 27.-George La Biauche, who defeated Jack Df mpsey lit the California Athletic ChiD Last August, pubisbed j. letter in w hich ho o/Itrs to give Demp-,oy a leturn battle on certain conditions. La Blanche says that after he defeated Dempsoy lie establiahed hnnself in a pioQtable liquor bui^inessin this city and intended to letiro at lea^t temporal ily from tho ring. Ho , ccuscs Dempsoy and Ilia filends of slioweiing tauntd and denunciations upon himuntil he has linaily concluded to accept the "Nonpareil's" challenge. The conditions winch Li Blanche proposes are m the following language: My business I estimate to be worth glCOQO, but in Older to prove to Derap-sey that I am uot alraid of him, I will sacrilicc it for half that sum. Let Demp.soy or his backers put up .^.j.OOO in some secure hands pending tlif light, and if he deleats me tike down the 155.0(10, and iJempsey walks into my saloon feole propiielor. Should I prove the victor Dt-mpsey takes back the 55,000 und I letain the a.iloou. Under these conditions only will 1 consent to inectDuinpsey boloie one of the clubs, for a. puise of not lnai than S3,O0J. a StMiHational Srrii'y. ; NEWYoniC, Feb, >:7.-The sensational story about tho threatened disruptitm ibetween tho National League and Aixie. ican Association on account of tho dis-;puto over Fust Baseman Lehane between New Yoik iiud Columbus clubs, linds little ctedit among tue Kational League playcis Pi evident Day said: "I don't consider the dispatch an expression of the olhi lal opmi >n i f tlie Columbub club, and uon'c believe the idea emanated from them. Lehane has not been tiered by the NewYoiks, and Avill not be until the settlement ot the question of his release from the Bnffal) clubshowb that weaisentitled tobim. It it is found that we have no claim oil bini he may go to Columbus without inter! orencu on our part," It is undei-stood that Lehane has gone t Charljs-ton, wheiehp will join the New Yoik club in practice A great ciowd of bise ball enthubiasti; stood on the Ward line whnif to s.iy "good-bye" to Ibe New Yoik League team, w inch s.iiled for' Charleston on the steamei Clvd6 Tlie men looked ui the best ot health;_ Buffalo, N, Y., -Fteb. J}7.-A glove contest-between-Jaok---Hanley'Offi{Juifejo I and Jack Mitchell of Philadelphia took; place bofoio the Eno County Athletic club for a purse ol baOi). The referee was Billy Meyer of Streetor. The fight lasted ju.-it o c hour.' Up to the ninth round mitchell had the best of it. Uan-ley laid on the ropes, to avoid punishment. In the ninth H inley^with an uppet-out, drew first; blood. a:nd a second; later, by; a swinging left hander, knocked the Philadelphiatt off his feet.; The: ton til and ele venth; rounds - were sparring;;contests, but lo the thirteenth and fourteenth there was fierce fighiing, in which Hanlev had "the: advantage. Intlie latter he drove Mitchell all around; the rinsj and,: final i y, with a; squiire'face: :blpw,;8ent lum to the floor �overed with blood;:-; Mitchell was,unable to respond to the call of linio and the fight awarded Hanley^_ ; :  .    .A nnro Knuckle.fight. 0.Adams, Miss, Feb. v7.-It has just become publicly known - that James Byan of Boston and: James Ca."!ey of Syracuse, N.vYivfoughtflve rounds with, bareknuckles last'night for:$300.' ^Rvan; wasthe' victor. -The: battle took place in a saloon m this town. faiior SicatliiE. Ottawa, Out., Feb. 5;7.-In the figure skating contest for the championship of; Canada,: Mr. Beubenstein of Montreal iwonrfirst plaoe,-L.:Petra of- Ottiawa sec ond, George D.'Phillipi of New iYork iirnitflre. Heating Stovos, Latest Stjles, hottom Prices. New Siyles of Fyrniiore, Anraciive Prices. SPRING BROS. IJiiderfrikei's and Embalmers. TOWNSEND BROS., --TJEALTSRS IN- fehingles, L.ilh. Post^, Siisli, Doors, Moulding, ; Coal, Lime, Cement, STUCCO, nAII!. STONE BRICK, PAINTS AND BUILDING HARDTVABE. Will bull as low as the lo%\cit, will tieat       fairly and niBr:t your future trad* Yards at LeMars, Remsen, Merrill and George ESTABLISHED ESPUTATION FOR FAIRDEAURG. KERBERG REL- FRONT, OPERA HOUSE BLOCK, LEMARS. CO >* CD Co CiCi Pay the   Highest Price -FOB- mm AND EfiGS. CASH OR TRADE. .       _t ea in 	 0	 %	 t (P	 1	 >	W 	O 	o 	 	 FABMERS!  Seethe And Horse Power Combined.I ; Ideal Independent Mill. ::^ Studebaker Farm and Spring Wagons,Bviggies,etc. Kacine Panning Mills, Shelkrs, Pumps, and|Barbed Wire, at PRIESTLEY %. SONS', 6tb.Street, Opposite ^ Diilitiqiie -Hou�e. W. Priestly constantly Jn Attendance. ClVltSE�VICB'\l>IV�STIG^ATibN.i| OkmpliellV Xit^? ^ndiMratlon -AeiierlbedH Washingto!}, ^Feb. 87.-Ei-Commis-S 8ipiier.:pberly testified th^t h^n&w ^Mr. | Canipljell. but denied tliatl any chaigel had ever been'made that Mr.-;; CanipbeU" had absiraoted papers from ttte o^iiimis-" ,8ipri.^ 'lu .18&S, hej..8�i(i|, iafo'rmiitioii reacheMiim ti^tqu^ttoda usesvi^ in bx-aniinations'i^eie^mg copied' and ^ sold \ to .,Mr. -^Plyni^ of "tfie'iinstitute,, 'Tiie^ nn'Atiti '-�'^37.-^The^ urg^nli \ dpflciency,bill'was reporteJ'to the hous4' by;Mr;,'Hdinderson.pi' ,Iowa.'- Jtl: appro4j priabs S38,�50,313 tq^make. Jip? dfeffti^n-J Olefin the appropiiations for Hhis^and ^previoiisye^rs.-to available for sei-viceduiingthe,fl8caly6ar euding June-80, It^flO.   ^' (     .    -. .    \ , ^ i,dii}inii3ii K.diii{ ilhi L Stfu* w>ill\tbfit>M^ii( ani| I lU hi I intlo th(> -iy.!,*JH^;BP6B4.Miii.dinup\p i-.iutli(,full anti t Id'thaVtJie^osulMl^ n -Ml Jjyii�n|�M^B a "i^now ^|^Mlta�Pil tidua ^K'i'hiBjiDvestigatian Kel>ra8lca,tXl>li intm t)^e:BeWto theaforiayxnVttOniiaas'f tioijs: ,vAlfr r receiver "at'Sidjiey,j,an(i ,Williani-Henry? Clark, ;for r�!ceiver at third; F.Bubenstein fourth. ^ Tlio Splinters, Coiki), Neb., Feb. 27.-^Charie8 Lee KIkhart,, Ind., and J. H. Mason at, Springfield, Bl., both professional sprint-i ers, ran     seventy-five yard foot raoe! game 'pf^ tlie /bUli^rdtZtdui^imeSi't " -"ly^l ,t at^ 3:h?oterJog::>U, l^t 'NBwtoEKrFeb.^fc7-The'Nevtr York; League olub ^as.bioughl; suit in' the district court to restrw) Buck Ewing from playing'with any dBier than that club. . Oranges The very lat- GOOd Btttt^ est, freshest Groceries and P# Hpusis GSrCtce^: If yoii W- y^*}"?"      tney.'moke an (ptvestlgS- , > '    ^     ^-New 9ttnkii, , i -WAsHraGT0&,'Fel>:"i>7.-llTl�e foUwing- w   �   Mtj? juvwMKSiMou. uayjuK inai  toj^qpQupij^a bWaess; The Pir^t ,Nal- ~.    ^     . 'Neb,-; capit.*il-JI�e.Maiywllo ^National.. bankV W I iiiNuiON, ti b .'7 -Iht ti i BBtj|l^ofa^iomliionfXIclMatur..^' ' , :^9Ciippws�,     X., Feb. ^S7,'-jM�rtia; B,>Ait^ei800,> foimeriy, prpaidiint' nt{ B^bti^te&y^Qiv&rJSitt, .Qqe ql tli oli]i>-,ti andiiii>sfit'wiilt>1y -^knt'iW'ii''. ciXxif u rs in^ tilt (.iiiii}ti\, ili^j ,it l.iiku Ml en, l^u ^ -*-T.'^^    , '; \ Go ]iL iVuig iQit>,'rii'ni,I.vi).doni bvd a buipiciout, >ori)gi.','1iiit/feUJToreiLnb'dAm^ -ih^ lidxltn dell^tMiitf Luyrwjl-. mo t��itaroHBdtm^ ^ courteous, treatment and deal..   

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