Lemars Sentinel, April 15, 1890

Lemars Sentinel

April 15, 1890

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LeMars Sentinel (Newspaper) - April 15, 1890, Lemars, Iowa VOI^. XX, NO. 30, LE MARS, K >WA, TUESDAY, AI^RIL 15, 1890. ISSUED SEMI-WEEKLY. $2.00 PER YEAR GEO. C. SCOTT, LAWYER. Special attention (fiven to Colkctlona, ABSTRACTS OF TITLE . Mada in Book and Blanket Forma. Office over Gcr-jnnn:American Savings Bank.  MARS, - - IOWA. *--iWiWM-MaaiiM^^--�- HIDESI HIDES! HIDES JBldas, Felts, Furs Wool and Tallow. W. M. CLAGG & CO., . BoUdiDg north ot nord Bara oa Bogle Sttoet. FRED P. WHITNEY, CITriUIIBEIIillD US FITTER -db^lek IK-BATHTUBS, SINKS, lUON Also LEAD PIPES, WASH BASINS, WATER CLOSETS, FITTINGS * AND BRASS GOODS. im SPRINKLERS AND FODNT&INSj HOYT & GOUDIE, ~yropTJetor� or- The Richards House LIYEBY, - FEED, and Sale stable Conyeynnce to any part ot the con&lTy Inm-uhed on short DOtioo. Terms reasonable. Our teams are good roadsters and oar vehiclee now and neat. 'Bas ami basgaKe wagun ran in ounneotiun with the Dnion Hotel X'a>isen�:er8 and bH^guRe kcu to.any part ot the oity. Telephone No. iS. * HOYT & GOUDIE. Bain & Ketch am LUMBER WAGONS, MARSEILLES AND ADAMS, Hand and Power Sliellers and Feed Hills, Star, Champion and Adams Wind Mills. Hand and Underground Force Pump, BRASS CYLINDER PUMP. All goods Wamnted. BAILEY St CO. Gua tluerUn g'H old Htand >On' ing oars: and ooaohoe ever 1 of passengers, wittioat Soperior portion ottlie . 'Minneapolis, StT l>Barand;Dalath. and Ashland,; PnUman^ sleepers'are "ALIMS ON TIME." !' .^niereis no'line so handsomely eqaipped for TUnmgh Paasenger Service as'Tlie North-Wesbi' ii�Xine'',-C., St. P.. M. & 0. B'y. ; ; All wellpoBted traveleiB hetween " THE Tii^Qltieaand Ciiioago take this lino-partion : l|trli� tlivbHogrthe! **^tibale Limited,'' which eainostlieiine ' ' ' irllnat-'betiriw ^fjj;ff^MKni^t tr^DB.and parlor pan on^ay^trains ^^N trains are also rqn between jviiun'e. (iiuid KanWW City^'Tia^tUo^; Qli . Lllning cars are ran on all thrragb tnuns over ;thi� lino between Minneapolis, St. Paul and Uhitiogo. Besides being the best LINE n.tl^ese priiipipia .oHies, the Chioago 4 jrthvestern, and Freuiont,-Bl|riiom4'MiB. Yallw Railways TaU ^advertised, aSj^ihe iwestem'line"), offers^the aaiokest'inraiis tiUiilf.allsities and towns m;.tbe.'territUrr: �It; coniieojion with theiDnion^ \^ Ut. P.. .U. at O By., also fonns-a B to the Paoi4o coast, operated-as the '-^>^Bt. P^ai & Union Pacific Une. �i^iqiaps/ana time: tablesymay; - 7.%Uition, or. write direct to 'lQ^UPMt.'A�t. St. Paol, Minn -' ''^ 'i___ NINOMETHgil! fftiona./whii- j mf�tpp�}.sr��>M>o�'i erf R�.ajfa�,v4 liili RAMLL IS DM The Great Democratic Leader Passes Away irTER A MSGEEING SICKNESS. Airsre of the fatal Character of Uia Illness forSIontliB Ho Never I,oat B Is Clioer-ftalness-His Fabllc life and SerTloca- Tlie Foncrul. Washington, April 14-CongreBsman SamuelJ. Randall died at tenminutes past 5 o'clock Sunday morning of internal cancer, after a long and painful illness. He was surrounde I by hia family-his devoted wife and affectionate children,. hia daughters, Mrs. Lancaster nd Susie Randall, and his son Samuel-in hia last moments. Mr. Randall came to Washington last November a sick man, but with hopes of improvement He. expected to be able to take his seat in the house when congress met in December. But when congress convened he was unable to leave liis home. Subsequently the oath of office as a representative was- administered at. hia residence by Speaker Reed, and Mr. Randall was made a. member of the committee on rules and appropriations- the two important committees he had served on for so many years. Mr. Randall then hoped to be able to luke his seac and parti, ipate actively in the affairs of the house at the conclusion of are (lisp ayed at half mnst over sBvernI prominent clubs, iuoluding all the Democratic clubs, for Mr. Randall's death. Prominent men of all political views ex-pre.take place in ibeRandali'tamily'TauI^^in Laurel Hill cemetery. ' - � [Samuel Jackson Randall ,waB born of Phll-'Odelphiaon Oot;:10,1^. Became into public life at a. very early age as aDemocrat, and has: >never since been> retired, oven'temporarily., '.He served (our years in the committee on councils of his nativedtyi and one term, 18M.. �9, in the Pennsylvania lcgli:Iature, as a swa(i returned at every succeeding election, and at .thetiqe of his death. had served .twenty-six -years in congrcKS, or through thirteen con-;gre8se?.;',He .was .elected for a fourteenth ;term; but though he took the'ontli and quali-jfleda^, a member, he,was notable, because of failing health; to take hia seat in the present oon^cas,'Mr; T-Ri^ndaU was a candidate for,' speali'er'of'the.'Forty-fourth congress in 1876 but was defeated by-the Hon. Miphal O. Korr, by whom be was'appolnt�d' chairman of the committee, of .apprwlations, Atthe second session of the some coiTgress Mr. Randall was chosen tor speaker-Kerr Jliaviog died during thereceas. Mr. Randall was re-oiectod speaker In the forty-fifth congress bv th^e D�jmocrate in D'86. By reason of long Rorvice and, close attention bis duties, Mr. Raiidallim)li. AnOutUne of the Work Alicud of Congioss This Wcuk. WASHiiMiiTON, April 14.-The s-eniite intends to take up the Montana election problem with some prospect that it will be disposed ot before the end of the week. Mr. Vest may be hoard from, and if he speaks, Mr. Ingalls has signified his intention of following for the purpose of making some brief but pointed comments on the now famous letter on the Montana cases, which Mr. Vest �wrote not long ago. The cases will be disposed of this week, however; of that there is little doubt. When they are out of the way and the Republican contestants-Messrs. Saunders and' Power-have been seated, Mr. Hale will make an effort to have the Chinese census bill taken up and disposed of. It has been discussed at some length, and if Mr.' Hale can succeed in getting it before the senate it may be disposed of very quickly. In the regular order of business the administntion bill, better known as the MoKinley bill, follows the Jtontana resolution, but it may be laid naide for the Chinese bill When it ia taken up it will be passed without much discussion. There was no opposition to it in committee and the Republicans expect none on the floor. lu the Hntiae. The death of Representative Randall will interfere with the programme in the house for the week, as originally intended. On Tuesday it was intendeJ to call up and finish consideration ot the naval appropriation bills, but the house will undoubtedly adjourn as soon as Mr. Randall's death is announced, and the usual committees be appinted to attend the funeral, which will probably take place in the hall of the house on Tuesday, On Wednesday the contested election cases of Bowen against Buchanan, from tlie Ninth Virginia district, and Posey against Parrott, from the First Indiana district, will be disposed of. In each of these cases the elections committee has been unanimous in favoring the retention by the Democrats of the seats now held by them, and consequently the action of the house in the matter will be perfunctory. Mr. Cbeadle of Ii diana Ima said he intended to make a fight a-.'siast the committee's report, but his Iriends are endeavoring to persuade him not to do thia. The legislative, executive and judicial appropriation bill has been reported to tlie house and Mr. Bntterworlh of Ohio intends to call it up for consideration some time during the weo'k. The debate on the bill ma,i last several days. Saturday, after the conclusion of the morning business, will be devoted to the delivery of eulogies on the life and character of the late S. S. Cox. The two vital questions now before the country will be considered otitside the house in caucus and committee during the week. Unless the unexpected happens, Mr. McKinloy will renort the loiig expected tariff bill early in the week, while Mr. Carlisle will present the views of the minorily in opposition to the bill. The question of fixing a time for debate an4fpr.vpting on the. bill- will be considered in the Republican ca cus called for to-night. The silver question is no V under consideration in caucus committee and caucuses of both house and senate �> ill likely be held before the end of the week to determine on a party measure. FOOD FOR THE FISHES. SPRING BROS. Hardware Heating Stoves, Latest Styleg, Bottom Prices. New Styles of Furniture, Attractive SPRING BROS. Undertakers and Embalmers. The the Schooner Kthel Wrecked Off Florida Coast and Her Crew Probably X.ost. Jaoksohville, T^la., April 14.-The schooner Ethel, hence for Nassau with an assorted cargo, was wrecked, near Cape Canaveral, and the crew of five are probably lost, namely: Capt. William D. Garvin of Jacksonville, Dennis Star"- and John Gibson (colored), G b-son's wif , who � as acting as cook, and a colored boy named- Charlie. Capt. Garvin was an old aai'or and owned several vessels. The schooner Bessie, which has arrived here from Lake Worth, pas-:ed the vvreckaRs of the E hel, but could learn nothing of the fatd of the crew. The wreck.-ige was strewn along the coast, but none of the inhabitants had seen anything ot the missing people. Canada Severe oDUormona. Ottawa, Ont, April .14.-The Mormon question was ventilated in parliament. .'Fhe house took up Sir John Thompson's ibill to amend the criminal \ \ctt^^ \ct* n,,AArr law, and polygamy is included in the 'Vlfl'l'-'.f^v.^L^'??.!^ ilistof offenses. The clause relating to polygamy was amended, raising the penalty from two to five years' imprisonment. Swltclimen strike. Neenah, Wis., April ;14.r--A general .strike of, switchmen occurred, on the Hilwaukeei: Lake .Shore and Western railway. Passenger, trains jare being hauled over.the Northweeterii road frdih :Apple.ton to Milwaukeei; The cause of !the ;8trike, is a demand; '.for increased swages,, which the- company refused to. � >_^______>-- a Would-Be Bandit Suicides. Denver, CoL, April 14.-Oscar M. Roberts committed suicide with poison. He-waa one of ^the young men who some ;time ago arranged a plot to i kidnap ex-Senator.Tabor and hold him for a ransom of |S-000. electrical hail storm here City Surveyor Ferguson reports a large mass of ashes and p -tato bugs fell from the clouds on the roof of the extension to the city hall. The oity surveyor, after the storn, picked up a number of the bugs." _ . ThnUnglishGet It, s Newark, N, J.. Aprai4.-The wholesale produce business of;;Wilkinson & :Caddis lias, it is announcsd, been sold to an English syndicate,* for/ $l,W0.00d.^of which $900,000 i^ payable' in cash and TOWNSEND BROS., -DEALERS IN- Shingles, Lath. Posts, Sa.th, Doors, Moulding, Coal, Lime, Cement, 4TUCCO, HAIR. STONE BRICK, PAINTS AND BUILDING HARDWARE. Will sell as low as the lowest, will treat you fairly and merit your future trade YARDS AL LE MARS, RBMSEN, GRANVILLE AND GREELY. GATEWAY, JEWELRY STORE W. L. TKOTTNOW, PKOP. *Oth Street Opposite Opera Bio ck. O. K. aRINDER Is made entirely of iron, and boxes are all well Babbitted. It will outlast anj other grinder in the market. Thousands of them have been sold in the Ust ibieo years, and all machines give satisfaction In only thiee years the O. K. has run hcnd of all competitions. See it run and you will buy no other. * The Original Sandwich Sbeller. The BEST FORCErFEED. SHELI.ER MADE. The Sandwich has many imitatoras butjs: farA the leader. It runs lightest, does best -work and lasts longest it stands severest tests. Don't buy until you have examined the.SAND WICH, at I^BW BROS. LeMIeirs. M. A. MOORE, -BBALBB IN- iQinkr, Latb, SUngles, Mets, Sasli, Doi| . Blinds, Mouldings, Building,Paper^ . STONE. HARD AND SOFT ^ sualdndp the coming,reason, iclBring>inj> '' ' ard grades. You'-yrJ; ;

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