Lemars Sentinel, April 4, 1890

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LeMars Sentinel (Newspaper) - April 4, 1890, Lemars, Iowa LE MAR,8, IOWA, FBIDA Y, APRIL 4, 1890. ISSUED SEMI-WEEKLy' 12.00P]H]R YEAR Dti'll times don't matter, always some elotlies to be sold. If our goods are; I3api!i?! desirable than athers you should buy them. We have been sellings clothing;: for twenty-two years and feel rather familiar with the business. Oiir sales in LeMars for the past nine years have been very satisfactory, but this year we have bought more GOODS tham owr b^fore. We are bound to win m to do a larger busi- ness. is our i33,p;ttp-we live up to it. We cfin't buy clothes too good or sell them.too_fiheaiL-------- plete Yoni will find our stock very com-this season in MEN AND CLOTHING, Msits, Gloves, Shoes, NECKWEAR, UNDERWEAR, n lie Ml Fa -AND- ifencli Flaflnel IpUP, Cnffs, Tranks, Valises &c. ^iTouVe heard of us, now come and see us, and we will do you good The Senate Takes Up the Contested Election Case. GRAY'S VOICE FOK DEMOCRATS. Brhlso Bay In tlio Houau-Mr. Dorgciy Opens Uelxito on the Idaho Adinlgfiion litll with a 8|i�eoh In Its Favor-Canltal News. WASHiNaTON, April 8.-Senator Ed-inurids, from the judiciary committee reported qack the anti-trust bill in the form of a substitute and said that there was one section in the bill as reported, which he thought went further than it ought to go. Owing to a little necessity of health, he would probably not be in town when the matter would be taken up, but some other member of the committee would take charge of it. Senator Vest said that he thought the section alluded to (section 7) did not go far enough. Senator George thoupht the bill a good one BO far as it went, but he said he would offer some amendments to it. Senator Coke did not like the form of section 7. Senator Edmunds gave notice that the matter would be taken up so soon as the Montana election matter had buou disposed of. The confersiice report on the urgent deficiency bill was presented and agreeiJ to. The house recedes from its disagreement to the senate amendment, as to irrigation silrveys, with aproviso that no part of the amount shall be expended in sinking wells or in the construction of irrigation worUs, and that the government shal'. not be committed to any plan of irrigation. The senate then proceeded to the consideration of the Montana elec ion case, the majority report being in favor of Wilbor F. Sandeis and Thomas Power, and the minority being in fa\ or of William A. Clark aLd Manin Maginnis. Senator Hoiir stated the case on the part of tlie majority of the commilt e- the whole matter turning upon the question whetiier tlie delegates of one  et (who voted with the twenty-five Republican delegates for Sanders and Powers) were legally elected fronj the Silver Bow, or whether the other' set county of (who voted with twenty-four Democrats for Clark and Maginnis) were the legally elected deputies. Senator Gr.iy, representing the minority of the committee on privileges and elections, made a statement in support of the claim .hat Messrs. Clark and Maginnis are entitled to be seated as senators from Montana. He commented upon tlie finding of thecanvasjug board of Montana, which de lares that no abstract of votes had been received from Silver Bow county; that tliey had ex-liausted the authority "given to them by the statue in endeavoring to obtain it;" best sources of information obtainable," and he argued that the canvassers had no authority to act on any inform i-tion obtainable from any source other than the election of officers of the county, declaring that he had never known of such a bold and flagrant act of usurpatioi., and that the members of the canvassing board of Montana, the governor, chief justice and secretary of the territory, should have been whipped at the cart tail in every county town in the territory. The title to a yellow dog, he said, should not be decided on such a statement, much less the title to a seat in the United States senate. Senator Gray yielded the floor without concluding his argument, and Senator Evarts offered a resolution declaring that the senate had hBtB and poiyg-; amiBt8,ahil persons who are members of any association which encourages bigamy. Mr. Mansur of Missouri disclaimed any sympathy with polygamy, but he criticised the constitutional disfranchising the Mormons. Mr; Dubois of Idiaho made a strong appeal for the passage of the bid. Mn Smith of Arizona criticised the committee on:'territories for failure to' report avbill for: the admission' of -Arizona. Mr, Chapman also criticised.the^pra' posed constitution of Idaho as an invai sion of sacred; individual and religious rights. Pending further debate the bill �went 0Ter,'and the house:adjourned; ^ r Boud FuroUaseii. Washington, April 8; -The treas-ury department.purchased PriiZH^i A per. cent, bonds at |1 and 1-1,000 4f per cent bonds at $l.OH. : . i - Glooesteb,'Mass., April 8.-The ship punters who struck for an Inoreaae of n�y;tna beengranted the' somesand n^" TAir-AMKIKCAN WORK, The Kstttlilislf mnnt of an IntetnaMnnnI MoniitHij- Uninii ICuvominijiKlcd. Washinoton, April 8. - The Pan-American Oiinforence adoiited, with slight amendments, the report of the committee on monotary coiiven.ion. 'r.hf. preamble and resolutions as adopted rejitl as fol ows: y.-. The interntitional American confer-once is of lliH opinion that great advantages would occrue to the commerce between the nations .of this continent by the use of a coin, or coins, that would be current, at the same value, in all the countries represented in this conference, �vnd, therefore, rec'om mends that an international American monetary union be estal/lished. That as a basis of this union, an international coin or coins be issued, which shall be uniform in weight and fineness, and which may , be used in all the countries represented in this conference. That to give full effect to this recommendation, there shall meet in Washington a commission composed of onBor more delegates 'i.rpm each nation represented in this corif renue, which shall consider the quantity, the kind of currency, the uses it shall have, and the value and the proportion of the international coin or coins and their relations to gold. That the government of the United States shall invite the commission to meet in Washington within a year from the date of the adjournment of this conference. rOIlEIGN NEWS. Emin Hires Out to t!  Germans and I�-Biivs a Miiiillesto. Z.vsziiiAR, April 3.-Emin Bey has finally accepted Maj. Wisarnan's proposal to enter the German service in Africa at a salary of $5,000 per annum. He has abandoned his contemplated return to Europe and will leave Bogamoy o the middle of April with a large caravan and 200 Soudanese under command of Ger- man ofHcers for Victoria Nyanza. The Times' correspondent at Zanzibar says flOO Soudanese have arrived to serve under Maj. Wissman and were immediately despatched to Bagomoyo. At sunset last evening a body of men paraded the streets of Zanzibar, spreading broadcast a proclamation printed in European languages, signed oy Emin and ad-dre:ised to the whole Arab population. The proclamation sets lorth that Emin is not in sympathy with Stanley in any way, nor with the English in the recent civil action against Tippo Tib. SPRING BROS provision The lovra Ii and Attorney General Martin have resigned their-positions in the Manitoba government, and Col. McMilliin, mem-tjer for Winnipeg,' will ba called^ on - to form a nnw :^cabinet. Martin i tb- become solicitor'! of itliB Northern Pacific and Manitoba ruil way, and Greenway: will go to;E)iglaiid as immigration commissioner of aianitoba. Tlie resignations, ii, is understood, are to go into effect immediaiely. Insulted the French Flag in Qnebec. MpNTEBALi'Que., April 3,-Two young Anglo-Canadians, James Gibbs and Robert Rogers, were arrested in St. Bridget's -,ii62; interest and i' dividends 'received, $67d,836; total, $i,89i}.4afl. Alabama Iron Worlcg. BiBMNaHAM. Ala., April 8.--Furnace No. 8 of the De Bardeleben coal and iron company at Bqssemer, was blown in this city with .elaborate ceremonies. The fires were lighted by Vice President Milton Smith of the L; and- N; railroad. Another furnace at the same place will be blown next week. : � No IiotteriiBs for Kentuoky.' ' LODISVILLB, Ky., April 8.-The lottery committee of the "legislature reportedin favor, of-taking away -the Frank.15 for commou and S6.80O 4.90 for desirable lots. Westerns wore m liberal supply and sold at $6.S0 (or ewes and $5.40 OS.76 for common to choice mixed. The first clipped'shipments:of the season arrived today andsold at $i.T6;for: sheep and |0.iS (or lambs.,"^. . -' , i;^ ::".THE.. OBAIN.MABKBTS.'. Ghlcaco. ., CoiOAOO. April �.-WHEAT-Receipts. i� cars; shipments, lB,2i.6 bu. The market was active, strong and higher, with a big trade. In spite of stopping of quotations, which made rather awkward work. May ranged between 78^ and 79Mc, and July between tlfia and 78^. Closing prices were about the top of the session. : r OORNr-Keceipta, 813 oars; shipmenU, 850,261 bushels. Market strong and higher with good buying.  OATS-Eeeeipts, 199 oors; shipments. 898,116 bushels. Market fairly active and steady. .Provisions sold within a narrow range and closed at about Monday's figures. 1:16 p. m. PRIOBS. WHEAT-May, 79�(j; Juus. 7B�c; July, T8�o 'COllN-May, a0Mor30�o; June, SOHoaaOJio; Jnly, 82^0. $10;83.' � liARD-May, $6.17>& June. �6.2^- July, ^fflS^BT-l �-BIBS^May, $8.1% St. I�uis. St. Loiris, AprU 2,-PLOUB-Firm and unchanged. .WHEAT- Higher. May, 77>4r77Jfio bid: June.-7Hc: July, 76S^7^c. OOBN-Ulguer. April. 27)^0 bid; May, tTM bid; .Inly. 88jl bid. � . /. � ------^.......... May. 82Me. POliK'r-StMidaRl mesh $10.1 Oranges The very lat- Good Butter est, freshest Groceries and Provision^ can always be found at the Operai House Grocery If youEollcd OO-tS want good butter, crockery or glass-ware,give us a call. We will give ypiai; courteous treatment and a deal. BRAY & Ga.RPcNTli square^"' M. A. MOORE,- -DEAIiBM IN- Inmber, Lath, Shingles, Pickets, M, Doois, BIinds,''MouIdings, Building Paper^ STONE. HARD AND SOFT Cokjj^H Offices at LeMars, Kingsley andMoi^e, A large and well assorted stock of Seasoned Lumber coiutaniJy'on Owing to the low price of farm produce and the close marsiu inW^' nesB I have concluded to ofier unusual Inducements to t]iiose,:W ' the coming season. Bring in your cash andlwiUglTe you' ' ard grades. You will*fiiid;itto""""- �"-���*-j^., wbare. hand. m ;

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