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   LeMars Sentinel (Newspaper) - July 22, 1890, Lemars, Iowa                                YOh. XX, NO. 58. LE MARS, IOWA, TUESDAl?, JULY 22, 1890. ISSUED SEMI-WEEKLY. , $2.00 PER YE J -'tr'kWi^r^................ ,,mMf,     HIDES! � , HIDES JBides. Pelts,   7urs Wool and Tallow. W. M. CLAGG & CO., . Bbildiug north of Kl ovd Born on Eaglo Street. PRED P. WHITNEY, GITrPLUMBEyKDGlS'FITTER -dhalkb in- BATH TUBS, BINK8, IRON AND LEAD PIPES,  CLOSETS, FITTINGS � "   ,^       AND BRASS GOODS. LAWN SPRINKLERS AND FOUNTAINS. HOYT & GOUDIE, -Froprlotors or- The Richards House LIVERY; - and Sale Stable D, Convoyonco to any part ot.tho country furn-lalied on short notice. Terms feasonable. Oar , teams are good rondsters and oar vobiclos now and . neat. 'Bns and baggage wagon tnn in connection with the Union Hotel. Paueo^rs and baignge tekentoany.pai;tof the city. Telephone No. 23.  HOYT & GOUDIE. J. H. WINGHEL (Successor to WILSON Jt McUVINi) REAL ESTATE LOANS and COLLECTIONS Low Imtebebt for money on real estate. Monet Patd OvEn as soon as papers are made out. No Intbuest Due until end of year. Real Estate bought and sold. Money to Loam on Installment Plan ODOlty property. ,; BonBowEBS willsave MoNBv^by deal-' ngwith me. Office over iSiehl's Drug Store, LeMars, Iowa.        38* Bain & Ketch am , LUMBER WAGONS, MARSEILLES AND ADAMS, Hand and PoierShellers and Feed Mills, Sur, Chiunpion nnil Adiuns Wind Mills. Hand and rnderground Force I'ump, BRASS CYLINDER PUMP. ;^ All goods Warranted. feAlJLEY 8l CO. 71*tf Gus I[aerllng*b old stand J,'.'r� "'ThBM ii no line so handsomely eoaipped for traVeLrsM^eeD    *�- rr rasiiE. A Southern Fiend Cruelly Murders His Wifle. a DISHONEST BANKER BESIEGED. A Colorado Business Man Kidnaped, Held for Bansom and Believed to Have Been Killed-Flremah Iloadlioiise Arrested r6r the Murder of Engineer Vaudever. Columbia, S. 0., July Ssl.-One of the most horrible crimes on record is reported from Colleton county. The .(UJloejKasjiwminitted on Mary's island. ftp unfrequented siSrt"iati&eowity.meJt^ tioned. Paddy Grant lived there with his wife, Phoebe, and another woman BuppoBed to be too intimate with Grant frequently visited his wife. Wednesday last Grant informed the relations of his wife that she had been severely hnrt the week before by the explosion of a kerosene lainp and was in. a bad conditicm. The relatives found her bnmed from her knees np in front only; terriblv charred and speechless. She died wheii an attempt was mode to remove her. No traces of oil could be found on the floor or no traces of burning below the knees of. the woman, These and contrtidictory statements caused the aiTostof Gvantbut ho escaped from his guards. Having been run to earth ftgain he requested permission to return to his room for a short while. Almost immediately the report of a gun was beard, and it was found that he had placed the imuzzle of his musket against bis stomach and exploded it, blowing a hole clear through himself. It is thought kerosene was poured over bis wife by himself -and the other wom-an and that she was then set on fire. � __-      f . � FoIlca:DeIiiy Jiistlco. New YoBK.Jiily ai.-Several hundred angry people besoiged tne banking establishment of Bernard Aronson, at 74 Canal street, hooting and denouncing Aronson,. whom they accused of having misappropriated funds entrusted to him to be used in bringing out   theW^ :Haven cbiirch feel that;Mr.Bau|uhM>biMhi^^ tpred^aiid openly expiieS i^lflhopLaiwhlin.A^^ renioVe'Steffeiis.' ^Fatlu^; St^MiB'wi^ PHOKiiix, a; ,T, July. 21.-News has bMn t�deived frbin :that . Lieatanant Mackey and his sqo^ ilite battle with ther'^Kid'*:gaiig: in K the _________AJicha8iihountain8,'Tnll6di:WBh liim'Ti^hi the others espa^ingw XMfXin: scoiits fdlk>wu%%loBe; Md'it M^^t^^ "    ''Sva8l�ent?td;theyw^^ " ^tionJi-Heisone'^^^ ^'RWilfriS I(^U0ld8|li^^ ,^ , _.tIiathe^ili6?!ihet!KiaJ siMi^erisa ivDi^ ;"H!artfeiS - short time ajco 6� BukorV THE MINNEATOLIS CONSPIRACT. On* of the KnnmcratorN Arrontad-Otlien In Cnnadn-A Wife's Ulsolosuros. ] St, pat7l, Minn., July 31.-Five warrants vrer* issued yesterday for Minneapolis enameratora for complicity in census frauds. But one man, Louia Haggerman was arrested, as the others could not be found. One warrant was for B, Arensoh, and from his- wife the whole story came out. She naively remarked that Her husband was in Canada, but that unless he received some money very soon he would return. Two weeks ago several members of the Business Men's union quietly put their heads together and as a result the enumerators were each supplied with$35 and a ticket to Canoda. As long as the money lasted the enumerators were happy. When funds gave out they telegraphed for more. None came and they began to threaten that unless the expense money was kept ready 'they would return and give up every-thiug. It, was decided in Minneapolis to raise the money and for the present, at~leaiSt, keep them safe in the queen's dominiosr � -Tfeo^cderftl prosecutors say._l the enumerators are wanted' oh''tech-nioal charges, hut particularly as witnesses in the conspiracy case, ' 'We are ready at last," said one. of the prose-cntor8,"and we have the most damnable evidence in incontrover'table shape. The public knows well enough it is not one or two enumerators who aro wanted, but prominent men who wore ba-hind the conspiracy and directly responsible for it," Driven Mad by SulTurtng;. pARifEBsiiURa, W. Va., July 21,-The grand jury found indictments against William and Henry Clegg, Lafayette Baldwin, and Samuel Deem, all well-known merchants and farmers, charged with white-capping four months ago. It is alleged that Lafayette Baldwip visited the house of James Anderson, a neighbor, in his absence, and made a desperate criminal assault on his wife, Mrs. Anderson was seriously hurt. When Andersoii returned he swore vengeance. That night before be could take action a dozen masked men Tasited his house, took him and his \vife out' and beat them senseless. The honse was fired and a notice left warning Anderson to leate the state and never accuse Baldwin under pain of death. The men indicted were those' recognized by Anderson. Mrs, Anderson is said to have been driven insane by, her suffering. Tlio Tioga's liTaphtha Seized. CmcAOO, July ;il,-Deputy United States Marshal' Crowley took possession of 3^5 barrels of alleged oil that formed a part of the ill-fated Tioga's cargo and caused the disastrous explosions. The seizure Was made under sections 4,475 and 4,47� of the Unit^fl States statutes, which provide a penalty of a fine of $3,000, or imprisonment for eighteen months, for shipping naphtha or any otheir highly combustible fnaterial with-.ouit each package being distinctly marked as to its contents. A Cyolono at Pacific Junction, la. Council Bluffs, la,, July 21,-A cyclone visited Pacific Junction, a small town nineteen miles south of this city, at an early hour Saturday morning, doing considerable damage to property. A grocery store and a teei store were demolished and a. passniger coach on the Chicago, Burlington and Quincy road was blown from the track. A conductor who Vas sleeping in the coach was fatally injured. . An Attorney Suicides. PiTTSBURO, Pa,, July 31,-Andrew J, Kirchner, a well-known attorney, liTing in Allegheny, committed suicide by shooting himself through the heart. Mr. Kirchner was recovering from an attack of typhoid fever and this it is thought, together with grief over a younger brother's recent death from the same disease, caused him to become temporarily insane. He leaVes a widow and two children. Killed by a Sparrow Gun. Toledo, O., July 21.-Rosa A. Hen-roit, aged 4, died from the effects of a bullet in her brain. The post mortem examination, revealed a sixteen grain bullet, such as are, used in small rifles the boys' use for shooting sparrow's. She was found Thursday evening: lying in front of her father's house with the blood issuing from the wound. The coroner has ordered an investigation. Dr. Mailer's Accidental Death. AfiPEN, Cal., July 21.-Dr. Edward C. Malley of Wilkesbarre, Pa., while riding ahorse was throvra andinstantlT killed. Dr. Malley was one of twb brothers: who were changed with the murder, at Saviiii. Rock,, near New HaVen,. Conn.,' of ' handsome Jennie Cramer, some years ago, ; It was how- -ever, found impossible to convict the Malleys. .. Poisoned by Canned Moat. .Eau Claire, Wis., July 31.-A. poor family named Kingberg in Shawton, conMstihg' of lathOT^ and seven children, had conned mea^ for their Sunday dinner. Twp hours later they vrere'sdzedvwith Tibleht illness. Tha physiciiuiiia BtiU>wprkihg on them. He thinks four 6i. five X>� ^he children may aie.:"':\?v.;J" :   : Kilrialn'a Trq^^^ a Gonviet, P'PRVisj � SCss.; JulyTaiS-The girantl; jury has made a rejport to Judge Terrell bf their findings'in the, charges against O/W. Rich'for of Jake rB^raih; whose obnviot labor he bought. rThe report, saya that Kilrain was trrated no better;tibiaa:^ 'ylot.'-^'i':,'.i.:> '-."-^ �;� -Jrf A Bot^r'Factory Fire. . � Paterson, 'N.V J;, July 21.-About 4-o'clOcVa; m. fi^^^ the aoi^ne:robin of J;v 0^' Todd's machine *ndtoilerfactory^v iThe^bbilOT ifoom, '^^    with its contiints V � and  the wasde-): insar- greater j^rtiob of the^bnOdi Btioyed; "'Lobs about; |19*),0( W^rt7S,O0O.        -       - t//''. Bocik.ZslMiclJtrtlMrs 1^tiink;;7,V}, .CmoAOO, July ,ai;-r-^About two him-jdr^d^EJ^Kik Maiid:^'^t(^Qien, w^ Qii: aSaturday, mprniiigi; bec^'nse Switi*m^Mjqhaai?oxw^ retnriiedtb'.work.in the afternoon on the order of QrahdSOjrganiieriSj^ " "      iah investigation intd'jtliiiMat- '�^;Mid^W|l?dbyJbpr^ ff mS' WORK. 1 heJTariff Bill to Come Up in the Senate. THE ^ELECTION BILL TO FOLLOW. The House to Vote on the Original Package Measure To-day-Then the Bank-ruptiiy Bill, nistrict Appropriations and tlio Pcflernl Kloctlon ]till. ^WASniNaxoN, July 81,-The senate �willtake up the tariff bill finally this week. Before doing so it .will dispose of the Indian appropriation bill, which is thojust of the appropriation bills but one. it is thought that this bill can be pnt^hrough the Benale in a day. It wfll-Jie taken up to-day, and this maked;' it likely that the tariff bill will hi taken up to-day. The reading of thQ bill, if insisted upon, will con-Bunie the greater nart of the day. The general debate -will be chiefly from the Democratic side of the senate chamber-that is, the Democrats have prepared long speeches to be made on the bill, while the Republicans propose as far as possible to confine their remarks to the ameudtnents. During the work the finance committee ^vill take under co;n-sideration several proposed amendments to the bill and will likely report upon them. In the meantime the Kopub-licans may call another caucus to consider the proposition to change the rules so as to permit the federal election bill to be taken up. The Republican members of the committee on privileges and elections have had the bill under consideration during the past week but have made little progress with it. In the house the managers of the orig-inol package bill are anxious to get a vote on it as soon as possible to-day, and should they succeed in carrying out their plan, the national bankruptcy bill will be taken up and discussed until Wednesday, when a vote will be takgn. Recording to the order of the committee on rules the appropriations committee intends to dispose of the conference report on the District of Columbia appropriation bill at the first opportilnity, and it will endeavor to call up the report Thursday. .It is believed that the bill will be strongly antagonized and this may prevent the elections commit tee bringing up either the case of Lang-ston against Venable, from the Fourth Virginia district, or the case of Miller against Elliott, from the Seventh South Carolina district. The case of Chalmeris against Alorgan (Mississippi) is also ready for action, but as the elections committee'has unanimously reported in favor of the sitting member, Mr. Mor- gan, it caii be disposed of in a few ours. _ Harrison � Candidate. WAsmNQTON, July St-rln an Interview -with a correspondent. United States Marshal Bansdell expressed the opinion that Harrison is a candidate for re-election, and if tendered^ a nomination will accept. 'The story pu'bliahed fiome time ago to the effect that the president intended to retire to private life at the conclusion of the present term was, Marshal Hansd^U says, unauthorized. Others �who enjoy the president's confidence quietly observe that it is not necessary for Mr. Harrison to openly announce himself a candidate for renom-ination, A successful administration and prosperity in the country are the two most potent influences, they ur^e, to determine whether or not the president shall be re-elected. Aground on tlie Alaskan Coast. Washington, July 21.-Lieut, Commander O. W. Parenholt, coidmanding the United States steamer Finta, in a dispatch to the navy departmeni dated July 4, at Sitka, Alaska, says that the mail steamer George W. Elder ran aground in Whitestone Narrows, a dangeroue and intricate passage fourteen miles off Sitka. She hod on boa;rd several hundred Alaskan tourists. The Pihta went to her rescue and succeeded in towing her into deep water. She . subsequently went to Sitka, An offer to convey the Elder to Port Townsend, jj Wash,; was declined with thanks, the captain p.romising that he would go back by the insi le passage and would beach the vessel in ca^e of danger. Death of GoL Morrow. Washinoton, July 21.-Col. Thomas D. Morrow, for a number of years editor and propritor of The Sunday Gazette, died at his residence in this city of inflamation on the bowels. Col. Morrow was born in Sidney, O., 47 years ago. He served through the war as sergeant and lietitenant and afterwards in the cavalry service on the frontier against the Indians. First Wyoming JSlectlpn. Cheyenne, Wyo, July 31.-rG0veriior Warren has issued a proclamation calling the first Wyoming election for Sep-, tember 11, The Democratic and Ber publican state conventions are called for August 11; in this city. The formal celebration over Wyoming's admission will be held here Wednesday next. Governor Thayer of Nebraska, at one time governor, of Wyoming, will be orator of the day,    .�.  �____ Sniolde by Asphyxiation. Bethlehem, Pa., July 3( -The dead body of a stranger was found at Fetter's � hotel in this city. He had arrived at the hotel at midnight, and registered as Moses Silyerthorn. From papers discovered on his person he is believed to have been a resident of either Lansdowh or Hamden, N. J. Death was caused by asphyxiation. The coroner's jury rendered a verdict of suicide.   : BASE BALL. Crent Kx
                            

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