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LeMars Sentinel (Newspaper) - May 27, 1890, Lemars, Iowa VOL. XX, NO. 42, LEMARS, IOWA, TUESDAY, MAY 2H 1890. ISSUED SEMI-WEEKLY. $2.00 PER YEAR HIDES! HIDES! HIDES aides, Felts, Furs Wool and Tallow. W. M. CLAGG & CO., . Bnilding QOrtb nf ITlovd Barn on Eagle Street. FRED P. WHITNEY, CITY PLUMBER JINDGIS FITTER -dealeu in- BATH TUBS, SINKS, IRON AND LEAD PIPES, WASH BASINS, WATER CLOSETS, FITTINGS * AND BRASS GOODS LAWN SPRINKLERS AND FOUNTAINS. HOYT & GOUDIE, -Proprietors of- The Richards House LIVERY, - FEED, and Sale Stable ConTOyance to any part o� the country famished on short notice. Terras reasonable. Onr teams are good roadsters and ourychlclcsnewand neat. 'Bos and boggpgo wagon run in connection with the Union Hotel, i'assengers and baggage token to any part of the city. Telephone No. 23. * HOYT & GOUDIE. SOMETHING NEW AT LE MARS. GUS PECH. PRO�. 20t27 All Kinds of Castinf^ Done to Order. Steam Thrchhcrs, Scpcr!itor.>-, Ilorsf PowLr.s, Kcapersund Mowers Rupiiiiedon Short Notice. Hij^lmst M^irltct i'rJct; P:iid for old Ir.m. Maniifiicturts Well Auui^vsjiritLlJJrilla- rr 1 Ll PR B To Be Taken Up and Fought to a Finish. UNEASY ABOUT APPROPRIATIONS. Conservative Members Growlug Anxious Over the Outlook-Members of the Senate Committee on Vinnnve Itoslegod by TariiTTallcors-Weatlier and tJio Crops. Washington, May 36.-The end of the silver debate in the senate is not yet in sight. An effort will he made to close it by the time the tariff bill iff ready to report to the senate from the finance committee, but that is a matter of the indefinite future. No recent effort has been made to bring about a Ke- giblican caucus on the silver question, ut one may be held before the end of this week, and when called it will de-tennine the time for clo.sirig the debate. Mi\ Pugh will address the senate today on the silver bill. It has been agreed that this measure wiU be laid aside, however, on Tuesday so that the liquor bill, which is fathered by Mr. Wilson of Iowa, may be discussed. The liquor bill wUl be debated until a final vote on it is had, which may be in a day or two. The uncertainty surrounding the fate of this measure leaves the progi'amme for the latter part of the week in doubt. The committee on appropriations expects to get the legislative and fortifications appropriations bills before the senate during the week, andpossibly the diplomatic bill. Ajiy one of these may be called up, and when the liquor bill is out of the way Mr. Sherman and Mr. Aldrich are down for speeches on the silver bill, and if the liquor bill is dis-iwsed of in time and the appropriations bills do not interfere, they will deliver them the latter part of the week. It is likely that the calendar will not be considered on Saturday. General business of an important nature is pressing too hard. No programme of business for the house has been determined \ipon by the Republican leaders, and the matter will rest withsthe committee on rules, which will probably bring in a resolution setting apart certain days during the week for the consideration of speciiied measures. If to-day is not entirely consumed by district business the discussion of the river and harbor bill will be concluded and its jjassage moved. If there is not time then tiie bill will be linislied on Tuesdey. It was the* intention of the elections committee to aive the contested case of luc.Juffoe. (Republican) against Turpiti (Damooi'at) fi'om Alabama, pa:*.ed ai)on, but action in tlio matter will pi-oljably be p,>>c-ponod for a week. Apjiropriation .'ills iKUntx Up. Bain &i Ketch am LUMBER WAGONS, MARSEILLES AND ADASIS, Hand and Poier Shellers and Feed Mills, Star, Chlimpion and Adams Wind Mills. Hand and Underground Force T'ump, BRARS CYLINDER PUMP. All ^oda WuiTuuled. BAILEY &. CO. A ivki.k's AVJOATHUU. 71*tt Gus Haeriing's old stand "ALWAYS ON TIME." There ThroneU is no lino so handsomely egoi .1 well posted travelers between THE iped for � West- tive membor.i of to -..'Si ;u-.j to feci a lictle u:u...y .ii: , ,,,� v.-ly appropriation biiis .ua .;i,>-. i.; u:i r'.in 6',':\sion. The amoa'ji i)!'iij/iif..);!. i ; i'His on bills already in--^;,! .Mi.t i)jil.:ri, jjoint to an aggrega.j :aii� >7ili oi government reveivav.i by tuauy miili'jiirt during the coming li .ciu ;,-uai-. iJrovA-n-ment revenue from .lU source.-i ..for tue year, including the po.,:
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