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   LeMars Sentinel (Newspaper) - March 7, 1890, Lemars, Iowa                                LEMARS, IOWA FRIDAVvMAECH 7, 1890. ISSUED SEMI-WEEKLY. $2.00 PER YEAR iBx-RopreientBtWs Tnulbee Orows Woriti -The Idaho Admisalon Bill Receivea the Committee's Sanation-Busiiey Reyiiei � Penaion Ofllce RulinK. HOTEL BREVOORT. 1 -^fep' CHICAGO, Feb. 20, '90. ALE & OHASSELL, LeMars, Iowa. ntlemen: I am buying a great J, tip top, No. 1 Stock of SPRING fepDS which will be received at iiellars from March 1st to 10th. Ow-mjg to the general depression in the jprlfolesale trade I am able to buy %oods at a very low figure and shall ifiake prices accordingly to my custo-mers. Goods now on hand will be offer-ediAife less th^ value to make room for the new. .Respectfully, H. F. DOW. m mm Washington, March 6.-Immediately after the relkding of the journal in the house tlie contested election case of Featherstown vs. Gate, from Arkansas, was taken up and the contestee, Mr. Gate, took the floor in his own behalf. He said it was the duty of the niembers, not to elect a representative from the First district of Arkansas, but laying aside all prejudice or party feeling, determine whom the people of that district had chosen to represent them. He asked only justice for 4'J,U  prote.3t the colored people at the south,: the wliite people at the north,: and its' citi^ns at home and abroad.  This great, government protected its citizens every^. where except at home.  In conclusion he demanded the  previous question, which was ordered by a vote of 145; to 140. Mr. Outhwaite offered a resolution declaring Featherstone not entitled to his seat. This was rejected-138 t� 144- Mr. Hitt of lUmois voting with the Democrats. Mr. Springer moved to recommit the case, with instructions to send a subr committee to Arkansas to investigate the election m the disputed district. Mr. B. Fontelle of Maine suggested the propriety of a provision Chat the subcommittee be permitted to return oke, a senator said, that "no twp Col; Morton'*.PenaloB. , Washwoton, Hsrch 6,-Assistant Seo-.. retary Bussy has reverted the action dt, the pension ominority report, which Messrs. Springer and Mansur are preparing in opposition to the bill is ready. It is stated that the minority will favor an omnibus bill that will: include' Idaho and : several other territories;        ' Now Ilnnkx. Wasihnotonj March 0.-The following banks were authorized to commence business:-The Lincoln National bank of Washington, D.C., capi'al $iOO,000; the City National bank of IVichita Falls, Tex., capital 50,000; the National bank of Pendleton, Ore., capital ^ 100,000. The following applications for authority to organize national banks have been filed; with the' comptroller of the cur-, rency: The Conjmercial .National bank o. Vernon, Tex;;;the First National bank of Georgetown^^ex. yCnrtailinic I'rod action.. Boston, Mass., March 6.-The intensity of the depression which prevails in the ingrain carpet making   and unless ? the latter;, declines, .there will probably-be a still; furtheradvanceof;prices for^manufact?:^ ured goods.   '   _' ,   ,Vlu Putnam** Suicide. Dantess, BfasB., Mtatrob6.-Miss Annis Putnam,' aged 40 "years, committed 'Suicide - by hanging. She had been .always :ecc�ntricp and � since the death of-her.pannts wlio were buried on tlie same day a teyr weeks' ago, ~ she had been dMpiind'ent Althbughiiworthiover; 90;�W0. Bhe;,feared that, she might be-,oome destitute, ' t'The Gold .^OK" Uid It. ^ ?t London; Marchfl(l-rr:Timothy Harrington denies the > statement that Archbishop Walsh > was cbi- fly: instrumental in.discovering the key to the cipher: telegrams which he'reaa;in the house of; commons. It : was -Edgar Allen 'Poe's tale; "The Gold Bug," that assisted him indeoiphering the telegramsi f, An Ail-Anierloan Move, " Rio de SfANBiBO, March 6.-Leagues' baTe^n'formod^'among'the niejrolian^ 'of.Rio'de Janeiro;Bahia,^ }Bantos.'and: �iPernambuco, with the bbject^of^bbyoot^ 'ting British goods.in favor of:^ American i>roducte,fj;^;j_;_;;_'      '   - - t 'I>e%th of Kn.'Donovan. BAi^tiHOBKl'-March 6.-Mrs. Caroline Dionovanj who prwent^ $100,000 to tlte JobnisiHopkins university^ and'founded a! ohalr pf-EngUsh literature therein, died.^  f'�**S���rt^Be,./ 'T- \ -J � St;* tr;Lqci8,^  March ''S.-r-At^-JeCferson Gi^ itiy''fiowco.sid�red aeei Master   Lincoln  Beyond the Reach of Knife or Pain. EKPEROR WILLIAM A MAN OF IRON OiiineBe Troops Alagfiing on tiie Siberian Frontier and an Attack feared-Tlie Ilaytlen Troubles-Brazil's New Confiti-tiiticm-KiotH in the Transvaal. London, March 0^-Young Lincoln died at 11:00 a. m. He passed away quietly. He was in a comatose state and his stomach rejected all nourishment. The attend ng physicians, after a careful examination, expressed the opinion that their patient's end was only a matter of a few hours. For a time previous to Ins death lie v/as entirely free from pain. AH the niembers of Minister Lincoln's family were present at the bedside. Tile (liioeii Soiidx Her SyiniiaMiy. The queen has sent Minister Lincoln a message of sympathy and condolence upon the death of his son. The body of the deceased will be embalmed and sent to the United States for burial. The body will be preserved without embalming. A funeral service will be held at the residence of Minister Lincoln on Friday, at which no one will be present but intimate friends and the members of the American legation. After the service the body will be de-Kisited m the catncomb's at Kensel jlreen and ultimate'iy interred in the family tomb at Springfield, Ills. Mr. Lincoln is desirious that the greatest privacy and simplicity in condnctng the,funeral shall be observed. Both Mr. and Mrs. Lincoln are bearing up bravely. William a Man of Iron. Berlin, March �.-Speaking at the banquet of the provincial diet at Biand-enburg, Emperor William said: "Whoever will help me is welcome; those who hinder me I will crush." The emperor dwelt upon the remen brance that the people of Brandenburg had stood stead � fastly by his house, both in its troubles and Its joyous days, and It was m the hour of need, he said, that one learned to know his true friends. He had been reproached for having indulged in too much travel, but he would advise his people to travel as much as possible, and thereby learn to judge men and thmgci. "It.is bytravel,'^ he said, "that I have learned to - judge politics from the out-sidej and. have thereby, been prevented from taking over hasty steps." He intended to follow the traditions of his grandfather, and complimented the gallant'army that had ever stood by iiis side; ' Huvtien TroubieM. New Orleans, March 0.-The British ship Jamaican, Capt, Edwards, from Liverpool July 30, via Port-au-Prince Feb. 21, and Kingston Feb. 20, arrived in port. She -Teiiorts- affiau-si-,.in-ja-,s.?^_: unsettled state at Port-au-Prince, .and-tbat,receutly an attempt w.as made to burn the town. The general impression IS that the Hypolite government will be of very short duration. The Jamaican brought as a passenner James S. Zordou, British consul general to San Domingo and Hayti. He is accompanied by his family and secretary. Tlie consul embarked on the Jamaican at Kingston, where he had been previously conveyed from Port-au-Prince by an English man-of-war, the relations between the British and Hayti governments having become strained. _____ An Auieriuan Convicted. ' London, March 6,-William Percy Tilghman, the American who was arrested at Scarborough last September for forgery and subseqenty released for want ot evidence, was tried for uttering spurious checks and sentenced to ini-prisonmont for one year. Tilghman was tormerly a clerk lu the American consular service in Beriin: The United States legation here has closely watched Tilghman's case from the beginning. Knvlish Tories Uismayeil. London, March 0.-The result of the election in the north division of Saint Paneras has stricken the Conservatives with dismay,' for iai the success of the Gladstonians upon: the issue of acceptance of the Parnell commission's report as a jvindication of the Parnellites, the Tories see the handwriting on the wall, warning them of inevitable overthrow at the next general elections. : A Kiot mt JolianneBburic.   , London, March 0.-Advices from the Transvaal state that a serious riot has occurred at Johannesburg. President Kruger attempted to deliver a speech but wassjprevented by the,crowd, who organized a mass meeting, denounced the Transvaal government and tore the, flagsjfrom.the government buildings. ; >     Chinese Trifops Masslnic.   ' > London, March 0,-Information comes here.tliat the Chinese governmant is' massing troops on the frontier of Siberia and the .Russian- autlorities are appre-^ hensive that a Chinese attack iupou'the^i ^Russian'foroes'on vthe' border,  is, - medi.^:^ tated at an early date. Parnell's Costs Hioney. : L0NiMNj,Marohv6.-^Otlhe sumiput up: by Parnell to defray; the expenses of the^ action brought by > him in the :Scottish courts against The. Times, and subsequently abandoned, �536 have been returned to him. _ V j        Uracil's Constitution. Fabis; lJarch*6.-r-Le Temps has information frgm Rio Janeiro that the Brazilian ^ government has resolved to pro-; mulgate a -new constitution without 'awaiting,',the -election, assembling and action ol-a constituent parliament. . ' Tt�r\%V* Beply to le Cnron. ~   Pay the   Highest Price . ^ c: . ^ r5 C3Q -KOll- BUTTER AND EGGS. CASH OR TRADE a 	 0	  	W 	o o IT/	o 	H 	 FARMERS!  See the And Horse Power Combined.    Ideal Independent Mill. Studebaker Farm and Spring Wagons, Biiggies,etc. Racine Panning Alills, Shelkrs, Pumps, andjBarbed Wire, at PRIESTLEY ^ SONS', 6th Street, Opposite Dubuque House. ftf _ I W. Priestly constanty in Attendance.      1,'--'-$ � Oranges The very lat-Good Butter est, freshest Groceries and Provisipjas can always be found at tli^siOpepa House Grocery If you EolM OatS want good butter, <3roGk�ry;^ 6^^ V 4i ware;giveus a^calt courteous treatment and .a, square V* deal. M. A. MOORE -DEALER IN Lnmber, L|tb, Shingles, Pickets BllndsVMouldings. BCiilding Papefj^ STONE. HARI)^^\A:1^ OSiA^ A large and well assorted^stpcfcof SeftsonedvLmnb^ir ^pnstnntly on Owing tp the low prlc4.ot/ai:m pWduft^-arilJ M (clojji^jn^glna 1   ' nesB I have cqnoluded to oflej'jyi^UHuaianduogi^^^^   

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