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   LeMars Sentinel (Newspaper) - October 3, 1890, Lemars, Iowa                                A ''Massachusetts  Candidate Forced to Withdraw. wah'Time shortage the cause. The Democrnts 'Onrry Georgia In the Unnat Happy Manner-An Eight Day ' Deadlock Broken. In Ohio-An! Oath-BounU Antl-Prohlbltlon Party. Boston, Oct. 3.-Maj. J. Henry was nominated � at the . re* cent JEepitblicah convention for state atlditor,' is about to �withdraw.his name from the.^cket.: This'action l8 due to the circniatiori' of ;a' d^ of an article from The Savannah'^ relating an' alleged shortage in his �aecbunts wheiii^ collector Of; intefnai revenue in Savannah, after the war. It Biij;s, in a word tliat ;^ Was in- dicted,, but the case was not'pre68ed;  Apftcha cut-throats were on the warpath.v returned from the seat of the present^ itfj^rising, and�tatbB that the people are .terrorized and fear is entertained that ibef ore the renegades are captured a.number of whites will be massacred. Just before the colonel left Silver City a .courier came ..riding into town and reported the savages in the upper Gila and 'rata6hmen and miners fleeing for their lives. Two more men I were murdered; - The' Apaches are be-I ing led by "the Kid," a youUg Indian brave.i Several 'companies of cavalry areintheblaclcirangei looking for In-dians.    .,      . "    ItalfattVrlsandace. , L'ovvoti, Ocit;;3J.4-The number of outrages by brigands iu Italy r is increasing, .owing- tp.the!apathy,'ofvthe govern-ment.in-negl^ting.to take-any dbcisive steps foctte^fpunishmeutjOf ;the bau-detti.^"The explanation of-the inaction I of thg AtlthtAltid'^'is'tiaid'tb be that the I Ibcal'-fefflBiilsFarO-BWiriilly bribed, by theM^otfflawK;??IK "��Bvei-al'^fecent in stanxJeff:;�ii4UWay. 'trtliris  ishown to ; criminate him personally. The i:Eepublican,:state,i committee, however.^thinks it best th^t ' Haj. Oould should withdraw. IVon^itnd'^teel.'G'ongr.---- 'l?JlPrice Ch^ap. 'iqpvement-was::started."Some;' eighteen inonthsagoi and up ..to date they: have a majority of the 7G, Fine Shoes from $1,00 up for everybody. suit. si Lemon expects large results, under the system he has. induced Gen. Raum to establish?:, Criticising the "cotupleted files" systein, the report says 'that it is to the advantage of the pension attorney and entirely against the soldier. In conclusion; the'report says that the commissioner ;has not properly esteemed the delicate'duties and serious "respbu-sibilitiea.; of > his . great office, That a place hallowed as is the pension office should have been used for stock jobbing or speculation is a degradation of the public service which cannot be too strongly .condemned. The investigation will;continue probably at the next session ;of congress. The majority; of thecommittee will��ubmit no report until that time, ; BEELY & FISSEL: Have bad a rush and sold alarge amount of goods at their remarkably-low prices The wholesale houses have stocked them up with another ^larRestbctofssssaifj the very Latest and Finest Goods in the Market, They are ' again overstocked and will reduce prices accordingly/: S:;:^ NEW STYLES OF PARLOR AND BEDROOM SUITES IN Antique Oak And Sixteenth Century Finisfe . . f Tlie .FreSldent-IiiTlted to St, Iionlm  ' :   Washington, Oct, 2,-The president rifc^ived. a teieKraphio invited St. Louis, to visit that city and witness 'the i'cereimoniek .i Profeheti; oelebratibh.^^^'VR^ Neideringaus,   of  St.   Loiiis; called and; :personally reinforced  the 'in ' vitatioii.- The preeideht did not givia it him a definite answer, but it Is prob-libleithiit be will accept the? invitation^ fatoie Two c�r iMudk of Cattle.   .,. j and i^stop 'at St.-Louis onrhis wajj'^^to abdmore, L Tr, sOct,M a.4GeorgejK�n8a3.and other points where *e has Miller' and Bill iWeems,'after' a fight .'withi the'officers', were ' arrested here �^forrstealing tWo^carJoads.'of .oittle and-' kBhipping.them 'toiiKansas^CSty} where,; the\8heritt,seii�d' them',;on'- aitelegi;amj 'engagementei".    '    Beciprooity Work. .vWabhihoton, Oct. 2.-^In referring to thSapeech'of^Mr.' Carlisle",iir which he 'mvrHoward,>,dne of the owmrsi Tiiju�Kand'Liiltef^ackso9;V5tTho^it,^ -Bre%ill/8ilaigpi;,v 11^'   >       , i S^titeds'nir- the'^ep-irtmtot^iof estate^ ----- i once. We have the exclusive s^e of thejMoLBAN?8 8W^ invoice of LADIES' Oa'K ROCKERS, in.SixteenthCentury Fldlsh. They also keep the nicest and most complete'stock^^^^^^^^'' - , of picture-frame mouldings inthe City:': ^^^^^^^^^^^^^^i--' All Kinds of Repairing Neatly Done. Undewakin^^^^^^^^^ BEEllY & FISSEL, LeMars, & fftir-^iNOTON. 6ct/,iir^^'.The.4ep4rt-, ^''^ ment'6f%t&te%a8'been officially notified jitoity aa^-'iiiterriational' eleciWoiltlxT rjiibitiirni' \rtll?be>eld at - FrVk^ort^on-uvs!j
                            

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