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   LeMars Sentinel (Newspaper) - September 9, 1890, Lemars, Iowa                                \rpijj;^;;XX. NO. 72. LE MARS, IOWA, ttJESDAl?, SEPTEMBER 9, 1890. ISSUED SEMI-WEEKLY. $2.00 PER YEAR itKV(t'HIN,a YOU WANT TO REArD. KING'S PALACE BOOKSTORE, Ol'POSTTE r. O., i.e MAllS, IOWA, Whioh will gladly Aiatit and   , Bave yon $ $ $ and Centi -in- 49tt WALL PAPER, BOOKS, School Supplies, Writing Material, TOYS, 0IGAU8 AND SPQUTINGi GOODS ElDESl HIDES! HIDES Oidos, �^�lts,   Furs Wool, ,$ind Tallow, W..nd Nbrris ijiiot him dead.  Thej; negroes of the town are greatly'in-^ censed at the oooun;euce and threatens. Tengeitpcp; but' th^ :j jyhite � citizens j are prepared and do not expeottrouble.     ' # filT �>�'>flp.'i      .-IPSFlSiy' "',';Oo^i8onp,' N. H., t' ,)t/87^Hon.*Henry iHfiHusPi state insurance commissioner, died, suddenly of apoplexy,"   HewaeSi ' i�lage;,and''--it PC Culubral.ion uf tlio Toi'liuth Annlvoriiary. of AclmisHliiu to statehood. ' San Francisco, Sept. H.-The celebration of the fortieth anniversary of the adrhission of California to statehood is in progress here, under the auspices of the Sons of the Golden West, an order composed of native born Californians, assisted by the California Pioneers and other organizations. The city is profusely decorated with flags, banners and paintings, illustrating scenes and incidents in the early history of the state. Next to thousands of American flags, the inOst conspicuous decoration is the old "bear flag of California." Hundreds of stuffed grizzly bears, the insignia of the native sons, are also viL^ible. -The decorations are not confined to the city, but extend to the shipping. The celebration of admission day proper will take place Tuesday, Sept. 9, but the holiday svas formally opet.ed Saturday night with a torch li^ht procession, an open air concert and a display of fireworks, which attracted 100,000 people. The illuminations along the line of march were very brilliant, and great enthusiasm prevailed. Visitors are coming in on every train and an immense crowd is expected. The; principal event will be the street parade, comprising the native sons, pioneers, military, industrial unioiis and civil organizations. The .celebration will continue several days; The Harrisons. Oresson Springs, Sept. 8.-The storm' which began on Saturday gave way to bright sunshine yesterday morning, and Sunday was an ideal summer,day. Late Saturday night Russell Harrison arrived. He spent the day with his family and went east in the evening. Mrs. Russell Harrison is . coritemplating going west on. Tuesday next. The president, accompanied,, by Mrs. McKee, Mrs. Diimnic'is and .Secretary Halford, aciende i (in'ine worship in the largo pailor ol the Mountain house at 11 o'clock. Tne services were conducted by Rov. (jooi'ge RodKers,'" an Episcopal clergvman from Verona, Pa. Miss JeaniieUH Halford assisted , in Jeading the sing, iig. The young lady sang with good effieot a solo entitled, ".Angel of Chanties." In the. afternoon the president and Mrs. Dimmiok indulged in I another stroll through'the woods. Mr. Georo;e M. Pullman, of parlor car fame, arrived on the Chicago limited express, stopping off here to'pay his respects to the president. To U\-|)ul tiovernor Campboll. New York, Sept. 8.-A Cincinnati .special says that the Duokworthclub of that city will expel Governor Campbell, who is one of the leading members, for appointing a Republican to offlce.  Ex-Deputy Sheriff Prank Jv Kelly stated! that he will file charges against thei governor at the next meeting, of vthej club.   The constitution .-of the Dnckr] worth club providesthat any: member 1 appointing Republicivus^to offlce mu^t ] be expelled.   The trouble grows out of r the appointment of a Republican as) superintendent of the free labor bureau > at Columbus._ Xho Davis Will Case. Helena, Mont., Sept. 8,-Henry A,; Root of New York, who represents himself and other eastern heirs of the late Andrew J. Davis,:has been in Montana several days examining",the will � filed by John A. Qavis,: making Davlsi; heir to his dea ^millions. ^^^D. W. Carvalho, the New York expert in hand-writing, after a thorough examination, pronounced the will a iorgery' and the document itself spurious. ;This conclusion of the expert will cause still more litigation. Beported Railroad'Sale Denied. Chjoaoo, Sept. 8.^.Dr. Breyfogle," president of the Louisville. New Albany and Chicago railroad, the . "Monou", 'Touie, denies' the reported sale of - the ' road to the Central Railroad of Georgia and East Tennessee, and says there have been^ no negotiations by either side looking to the sale of the property. " '�    ~i   '     The Odd Fellows. TppEKA, Kau., Sept. 8.-The Sover-e"ignidTand the senate to agree to the conference, rer  the dominance of the negro, and will call for the formation of a white man's Republican party. ':,�. .The'.Ticket...''.. Governor-Webster Flanagan.     . Lieutenant Governorr-W. K. Makem- j '�son. ��',��. � , ,'.',' Attorney General-J. B. Hague.   . ; Comptrolleir~William Werthoff. . y Land Commissioner-rrJ;Ki McDowell. Treasurerrr-Johu D. Scbmetz,. , State Superintendent of �. IBducatiourr-D. M. Lindner. Not a man on the ticket has a drop.of j negro blood in bis veins, but, with the exception of Flanagan; they .were aU: nominated by negro votes. Dr. Mary Walkor.Oniy.s Noisy.       | Washington, Sept;-';&--r;J)r. Mar^j Walker made a good deal of noise in the vicinity of the senatei  She tackled Senator ,'Hawley near the, ^eastji^eiptrance, to the senate chamber, and demandedrtnat a bill for her relief be called up immer diately and passed.   The senator in-: 1 formed her that no priyate biU'^ possibly be called np |�at this, whereupon the doctor,  who jkji as   though    she    was   exti ill, burst forth into noisy declamations and denunciations.  Th^ ^senator ;1^J her, and, as her lung vigor'suffered no ' abatement, Capt. Stevens, on duty at the door, requested her to -'let up," as it were, to which the doctor responded: "I am an American citizen, and ;i wiU| talk as loud as I please." ,-But 'she dia^j stop, nevertheless. Gloomy Outlook In jb�lwid^ . ^^that(9,000,ooo Mre8^,6f l??djto^, Ireland have been cultivated in ISSO.a decreasefrom 1889 of 160,000 aQtee; Every crop shows a decreased: yield;v,tlie' greatestialling off ,beiiig in^" pCAMSAS CORN A FAIL^RI:. The Product Estiniutud at Ono-Fonrth I^ast Xenr's Yield. ToPEKA, Kan,, Sept. 8.-Concerning corn the monthly crop report ot Secretary Mphler makes a very discouraging showing. It says: Of the area planted to corn last spring our correspondents report 56.4 per cent, worth harvesting, and the average- yield per acre worth harvesting is reported at sixteen bushels. According to this estimate the corn product of Kansas this year will be about 50,000,000 bushels, less than one-fourth of last year's crop. Wheat is reported as yielding better than was expected, and the quality is excellent. Accident on the Missonrl Paclflo. Lexington, Mo., Sept. 8.-The*-e was a terrible accident on the Missouri Pacific railroad at this place in a deep cut between the depot and Myric. An engine was backing up a coach and caboose to the depot, with the caboose in front. Another: engine running at a high rate of speed toward Myric dashed into tbe caboose, demolishing it and knocking the coach off its trucks, ihak-ihg kinplihg wood of it. Williami Whit-, sefc wap killed, Mrs. Law was badly injured and her babe killed, Mrs. Whee-den seriously injured. The killed and injured belong in this city. None of the trainmien were injured,' they ha'ving jumped before thecollision occurred. Hunting for Bube Burrows. PensaCola, Fla., Sept. 8.- The Floomatpn train robbery has produced intensie excrement. Rube Burrows is reported to have : been seen at Milton, twenty miles east of this city. A special train with Superintendent;Fisher, Route Agent Arnold, several express company detectives and a posse of deputy sheriffs from Alabama under Sheriff McMillan passed through this city for Milton;; It is certain beyond any possibility of doubt now that it was he who committed the robbery, assisted, it is thought, by a noted desperado Of Santa Rosa county, Burrelt Martin. An Abandoned. Vessel, Boston, Sept. 8.-The steamer Rial to, Capt., Akester, arrived in this port from Antwerp, and reports that on. Aug. 26 she passed' an abandoned and waterlogged vessel, apparently an American, of about 1,000 tons burden. ^.Her decks were,swept and .masts gbne by the board. She had a white painted figurehead and an iron davit standing at the breakiof the poop. She had the appearance of having been long in this condi-, ,tion. As sbelieg.inthe.track of vessels: she.is a dangerous derelict. .: . , . Texas Fever in Iowa. ; "TAJii,Ia;,^pt.'8.-Much fear is felt, in the eastern part of Tama county, Iowa, from the ravages among the cattle of Texas fever. A former citizen of the county, Nathan Brown, recently returned . from Long Beach, Miss., to Elberon, la., taking with him a diseased cow. The disease began to spread, and within the last week C. P. Purley lost thirty-three head from his herd and other herds are affected. Died While the Nurse Slept. Wichita, Kan., Sept. 8.-A young fellow named .Tames Freeborn, vyho was brought up some weeks ago from the Indian territory with a badly fractured skull, but was in a fair way to recovery, bled to dt ath in one of the city hospitals. Freeborn had gone to sleep and his nurse followed suit, and . on awaking found the patient had reu-cz:^ his bandages, opened an artery and was lying in a pool of blood dead. A Heavy Wind Storm, - Paxton, His., Sept. 8.-A heavy -wind storm, accompanied: by rain, occurred here. ! Chimneys were blown down, houses moved from their foundations and buildings badly wrecked. The principal damage was done to the Congregational church, the steeple of which was blown off and driven into the roof, the point almost touching thefloor. Death in a Bagnio.. Pleasant Hill, Mo., Sept. 8.-In a; quarrel in a disreputable house bere-be-. tween John Parker, A. D. Wells and several other ^men, Parker 'was shot: through the head and instantly killed and Oliver Hughes shot in the heck atid ; fatally wounded, Wells and other in-; inati^'of,the house .were arrested. Dropped Dead at a Play. ' CmoAGO, Sept. 8.-Saturday night, during tbe sensational horse race scene in.the,"Conntv, Fair'* at the Columbia theatre,JV^. D. Herbert ol 860, South, Woodstjseet dropped dead in his seat: in \ the parquette circle.  Herbert was sub-ject to heart disease and the exciting, scene proved too much for him. Died of Orlet , PtWT, Mich., Sept..8.rT^umner Howr; ard,' one of the best known politicians j in MicUgani died here from grief at the | loss.of his 'oiily child, Mrs. May How-j ardFoote. Mr. Howard was 69 years ^ old.        _ Cholera in .Spain.... jMAOBiD.vSept..8.-Fifteen. new :cases ; ofobolera and. fifteen deaths occurred in j the city.of Valencia. .The disease is de:: creasing in the province fit Valencia:and ; elsewhere iui ,Spain,,. French Duel. GHBMTi}3ept.,.a-A^^er:,foar:abprtive attempts,;^. B^chefoi;|and Mi;{Thiebaad ~ -fought a duel. Thiebaud was wounded. DamaKe by Floods. ^'IiOig>on,-8ept. 8.-It is estimated that the damage done by the floods in central Europe amounts to $30,000,000. 'pniiBarli^ Tillagea Destr�y�d.      ^ |\ liONopM, S^pt. 8.-Zealnpt,and MnextX 'other Hungarian villages /'have been neuly ^destroyed by fires. Baliihobe,' Sept' 8.-Lillian Orubb, the opera singer, died in this city. Lightning struck the barn of Jacob Bodart. npar ,.Qr^ea. BMr.^-Wis., firing th^^ifilinkand kiUing^Mr. Bodartand a team of horses. M^dberry^ .Oxoye,, Il)8, Siley sought shelter under � ing a thunder storm,,^ A bolt of light-    -'Vl tb^�tr5e.^^g. BU^r, in, Charles tree dnr- ;^E. E. W. Smith of BinKhamnton, a, guest of the Broozel ho^l; iBuffalo; fell :trom^ the ^ fiftU-Btoaryi' window "jal: BUY THE BEST! J. I. Case Agitator Thresher Plorse Power.? and Ti-action Enj^nes, At Spring Bro�, Threshers ai Horse Powers. The Birdsall Oo.'s Celebrated CAYUGA GHIEF, And the Gaar, Scott & Co. Threshers.   Automatic Straw Stackers for all Machines GET YOUR PLOWS Of us, because we carry th^ Best Makes and will give you CLOSE PRICES. We carry in stock John Deere, Moline, Norwegian, Sioux City, Thompson, Charles City, Flying Dutchman, and New Deal, and other^makes of Walking and Riding Plows. Raoine Spring Wagons, Columbus Buggy Co.'s Buggies, Subeets, Phaetons and Caets.   Also the Eice Coil Spring Buggies. Moline, Milburn and Weber Wagons. CO.ai.x ^ ^.TBj STOCK OP SHELF AND HEAVY HARDWARE, STOVES -<--...-u AND TINWARE. PEW BROS.. LeMars. Iowa. E. MILLER, Contractor and Builder, riBni and Views ot Alt Klndi-ct BoUd-/ng� BkpwnTree. P QBLIG BTJILDDTGS. &nd Fine Residences a Specialty. Estimates + Furnlshod * FrM. Gensral Acent totjet� Otamplon Iron Fence and, Cresttov Oe, Correipondenoe Pranptly Answered. lesidenGe on Plymouth Street LE MARS. lOWAi A. W. PARTRIDGE, SuecESSOR TO TOWSEND BROS.,        , ': -DEALBll IN- Lumber, Sash, Doors, Blinds, a.e, Stucco,, Cemeat, Bair, Habd and Soft Coal, Stone and Bkiok. Having purchased the lumber and coal businessoE TownsendiBros.;at JieMarsj I would respectfully ask tor further continuance of your patronage at: the old^^Btsnd and will strive by fair and square dealing to merit the same. A. W. PARTRIDGE M. A. MOORE, -dealer in- Ininber, Latli, SliingleS, Pickets, Sasli, Doors, Blinds, Mouldings, Building Paper. STONE. HABD, A:t^I) SOFX^ GOAL. Offices at' LeMars,4Kingsle7-axLd Mp _______ A large and well assorted , Owhigtothelowprlc^A)! ness I have concluded td* offerfunuSi^ 1?   

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