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   LeMars Sentinel (Newspaper) - October 14, 1890, Lemars, Iowa                                mixntl '^�XX, NO. 82. LE MARS, ..OWA, TUEbD, OCTOBEB 14, 1890. ISSUED SEMI-WEEKLY. H. WINCHEL (SOCCSSBOR TO WILSON * McLAlN.) Ali ESTATE LOANS and GOLLEaS  Low Interest for money on real estate. Monet Paid Ovbb as soon a* papers are made out. No Interest Due until end of year, Kbaij Estate bought and sold. Money to Loanon Instaij.ment Plan on city property, i Borrowers will save Money bydeal---ingwithme. Office over Diehl's Drug Store; LeMars,' Iowa. 38* HOYT & GOUDIE, -ppopjrtotoM or- The Richards House LIVERY, - FEED, and Sale Stable ConToysnce to any part ot tho country fnrn-' itbediron short nottoe.TormBreasonable. Oar ;i.;teunB are good roadaters and onr vehicles new and-I'Mat. .'Ba� and baggage wagon mn In connection ; ^.with the Union Hotel. PoBeengerB and baggage ''^ikken to any part of the city. Telephone .No. 83. * . HOYT & GOUDIE. N i BEM'TMP. Fire in a Chicago Hotel Loss of Life. with THREE MEN BURNED TO DEATH: 'A'Prensicd Woman I.enp� FromBrEoarth.: Story Window with Her Child In. Her Armo, to IleCraetaod Against the-Stone Favement Below. A UUW IM THE HANKM. Bain & Ketcham LIBBER WAGONS, MARSEILLES AND ADAMS, I   fland and Pof ei Sbellers and Feed lills, ' SUr, Champion and Adams WlhdMills. Hand and Underground Force Pump, BRASS CYLIMDER POMP. AU goods- Warranted. BAILEY & CO- '�A 71*tf Ous Ilaerling's old stand �AlWAYSOH TIME." THE � ri ' Twin Cities and Chicago take this liner-jjartionii ilarlytavorihg the 'tVestibule.ljimitea,'' which "airieB the finest sleeping oars and coaohee ever built, and also aU olasBes of paBSongersi without ?' Sixtra lares. On the Lake Soporior portion of the i.lWe, between Mmneapolis, St. ,Pau^ f� 'VandBti'l'imland Ashland, Pnllman sleepers.are ' an on mght trains and parlor cars on day trains ^J^-'JiORTH-WESTERN fljM'A F��t thronah trains ate also ran betwi.on Aliuno-' - ^ "   " -%ul and Kanaaa City, via Bioux City, .v.--wan sleepers �iheicntir6,;dlstan6e,-Bt-:, i'to'Omahai'Kansas Cityrbalt Lake.'San j^ran;^^ irl&id^Portland;,:*Dining cars are rarironall' ""�'S'tifaihBover tlUsUna botwoon;MinneBpo-'iPatil'andOhiungc.*9>BB8id�>8,being the best: ^.,^l,;:?CifiEr,:: M Beiwoen thefle,priB6ipal. oitlei,, the Chioago,^*; ; ^NoTtkwesterni'system^iof 3lines^-.compoeedl'o(vthe sMiip^e'tfiBRitc^y-'., iniwiththe^Uj^oiiV XPiclflo the'd., Bt. P., M. & O. By., aUo^rfcirajBg); "<^hZ�^ li,�t.^t1inPBoifio coast, operated'w^ei CmoAOO, Oct. 18.-Three men lost their lives and a woman was fatally injured at a small fire which occurred shortly before 2 o'clock in the morning in J. B. Putnam's European hotel at Nos. 16�and 105 East Adams street. The dead are: Edward Payton, colored, years of age, porter of the hotel; an unknown man. apparently about 85; years of age; an unknown man about as years of age, of slight stature. Mrs. Minnie Bobi nson, j umped from the fourth -story to the sidewalk, legs broken and side crushed; her inr juries are fatal. The fire was caused by the explosion of a kerosene lamp in the ball of the; fourth floor.  The burning oil setifire to the stairway and soon a sheet of flame burst from the rear windows. An alarm was immediately turned in; a second one followed five minutes later. The guests. of the house were' awak-enedCby the noise of the engines and rushed from their rDoms to find the hallway filled with dense smoke.  The scantily attired inmates groped' about to find a way of escape.  Several were cool headed enough to resort to the fire escape that runs down the front,of the: bnilding.   These were mostly men, and they got out safely.  In the  the. camps in St. Luuis that under no consideration should they turn out as an organization to receive President Harrison upon his arrival in that city. His commands were disobeyed and he now announce3 that the officers refusing to recognize his orders will: at once be suiipended. Colonel Kline is a Bepnblican, but he says the organization of which ha is colonel is non-'politlcal and that if such things are allowed chaos in the order will be the result. On the other hand, the St. vLonis Sons of Veterans claim that they ai'e not political and tiiat they turned out simply as one of the great organizations of the country to pay their respects to its chief executive, They will appeal to the commuuder-ia-chief. ID iBE'S FiTE. Murdered While a Prisoner for Increased Reward Money. ROAD AGENTS AT WORK IN KANSAS Iowa Masked Men Ilaid a Saloon-An Youth Shoots His (sweetheart and Suicides-An Old Quarrel Ends in Murder -Other Criminal News. Five Persons Drowned. KiSKOBA, N. J;, Oct. 18.-Five persons were drowned in the river near the Sluice and'-the Knickerbocker ice house, at this, place, by the capsizing: of a boat. The names of tho^e drowned are: .Solomon Fletcher, aged !J3; John Fletclier, aged 33; Angelo Fletcher; aged 24; Gheafus Merrix, aged ^8; Alonzo Cannon, aged 22, All five lived here and were employed at Mur-rell Dobbins' brick, yard. The-men were bringing twenty-three large pil-; iugs, each about fourteen feeit long, from Silver lake ice house m an open boat with a light sail.; In attempting ' to make land between the ice bouse, the bowrip It of tlie boat struck one of the doKS of the former. The sbock and the swift currents of the waters of the bliucQ caused the boat to careen and the heavy pilings to shift to one side, overturning the craft. .The men' tank at otiuo and the attempts made to' save thuir lives by onlookers were una-Vinling. The bodieauf Angelo Fletcher and'Cbeaf us Merrix were recovered. A Fatal Suiaahnp In St.Paul. St Paul, Minn , Oct. 10.-At Como; station, in the suburbs of St, Paul, on the Great Northern line, a fatal smash-np occurred. An Omaha train, loaded with live stock; collided with an East^ em Minnesota train, bound for Duluth, -with miscellaneous merchandise. The: trains were running at. top' speed and both were completely wrecked; James. Hill was killed>one man fatally injured and four serionsly wounded, as follows: Wm. Johnston of Washington; stockman; fatally crushed;' ;Absolom Anderson, fireman; crushed and scalded; John Qonda, engineer, severely cut and bruised; James English, brakeman, burned and back broken; Frank Young, ciondnctor, cutabout'the head and i'ibs htoken. Thirtv-five freight cars were demolished and both engines complete^ ly wrecked.      ' MICHIGAN'S lOOAI. OPTION law. Uakotn Farmers' Headquarters. Huron, S D., Oc^.' l�.=^Work was commenced by, the Alliance Building company on a four-story brick build-inir for incorporated ^departments, of the Farmer's Alliance, f The building wUl,be, 60x100 feet,an4~the cost *30,i)OO. ~ ' - T -11completed m 'ooiflpieted the bjiildr �'"Sbyr'SthetiiAUiahce;: Virglnla.FoUttos.   . AiiEXANDRLAi-Va;, Oct. 18.-^The Colored : Citizens' Protective League of the Eighth district of Virginia met here fOr the purpose of naming a Republican candidate for congress.    Mr. William' A. Carter of Alexandria Gity was nominated unanimously.    The Bapublican. candidate was the last colored judge of 'election who held office in this city. The league, empowered Editor Bobin-. son to draft'an address to the people., The pohticalfight in the Eighth dis-: trict will be between G-an. W. H. F. Lee,' regular Democratt'' nominee, and' the present  :congressman; S. Frank Hume, Democrat, and William A.: Gar-> ter; Straight-out Republican. ; Henderson's Fight. ;.. .Waterloo, la.; Oct. l!i.-Word was -received that: Speaker Beed would make, a political speech in this city Thiirsday,: Oct. 28. This will be the most im--portantRepttbliLan speech of the cam-' paigniu'the Third district, which -wilt be one of'the most bitterly contested; .battle-grounds oK the state.. Two j'ears ago Col. Henderson had about four-thousaudtwo hundred, majority,, but: last fall Boies carried the. district for governor by 1^785 plurality. Judge Couch; Democratic, candidate for con-gressthis fall, was a former law partner of Qovernor Boies / in this city and is a very popular man. Wariuoth Threatens to Haiti New Orleans, Oct. 11-It has been considered'.that the Bepublicans had a fighting chance of; success dn: the Fi At /and Second congressional districts, .which'inv;ludB::the:'joity^ leans. The bitterness between the ;Warpoth and- Coleman factions, it is I feared, will result i in* new candidates being placed in the field; by the mothites; in (which event; crata will have a walkover. Slim Show for, Tillman. J Charleston; S,, C:, Oct: 18;-Gov-ernor/{'^Ro1)in'8the'acoomi1^;Bdmittea:!;tbat; Tliomaa mill 'oi&"fOT over IS.OM to W.',G|frMo|^ Sod, Highland Farm, thta ^tin|y|'-'''^'* Bed" miU. salt, block, salt "Octe; 18,-Herman firejBxti �freight oar. Cowles . Withdraws - Her Divorce .: .... Case to Save Her Brother............. Cleveland, O., Oct. 13.-Shortly before the trial of G. C. Hale for the shooting of Eugene H. Cowles began at-Montreal, Mrs. Cowles withdrew the petition she had previously filed for divorce, which attacked Mr. Cowles' character. This was understood here to imply a desire that the case against her brother, -Mr, Hale, might not be pressed. Mr. Cowles, at any rate, responded by instructing his attorneys not to insist upon a severe punishment,: and Hale; was let off with a fine. As soon as the parties returned from Montreal, Mrs. Cowles obtained an injunction res training her husband from obtaining any money from the Cowles estate and filed^a new petition for divorce, which reasserts the charges made in the - first. Mr. Cowles, -who lives at Locknort, happened to be in the city.and the papers were served on ihim. � Dillon and O'Brien Will Sail from Havre. New Yoek; Oct. 13.-Among the passengers on the steamer Alaska; which arrived here yesterday, was Mr. T. P; Gill, member of parliament, who comes hereto make advance preparations for the American tour or Messrs! Dillon and O'Brien. Concerning the disappearance from Ireland of Dillon and O'Brien, Mr. Gill said that the charges against them having been brought and their trial delayed solely for .the purpose of preventing their coming to America, they resolved to come; whether or ho. Accordingly they left in a yacht belonging to a prominent member of parliament, and made their way; to Havre; .whence: they, will sail in French steamer if or: NeWjiYorkjjarriv* ing.: here,:iprpbably next Sunday.i-'sAs; to the reported; famine in Ireland; Mr. Gill, said .the-outlook for the potato .cropijfwas;- badj-and it would probably be a failure; but: at present there Was -no great suffering among: the;iwople. : ,:..-:wColored:-Min:-B�rrad.;;:;'i,.:''. :.:?;:;� �;�:..'.:.:[: ,�:;B08T0N,*Oct; :18.=-The most ttuit'cfaanges fin::the:;con8titntion of;. the^*! 'wder of-Patriotic Sons'^bf^^;^erica;;iiii' fsesaion fiWe." vwaB't"fie. inserBSn'df Itlici iwotd;' ''White;" making'only V ;whitd-inal^vegborntcitizens-^linble.' for^'m^^ -berdfip^^T)i0^:|ba8iB:i>^:p%repre8e wasalso^otaanged anUa iiew.iritual: wasi :adopted;.the-principal changes being in-the;'arrangement of the'iiegrees.: A' new militairy, degree was adopted, in' hi()b':memb^ieB nr e^eptnan GET YOUR FLOWS Of US, because we carry the Best Makes and will give you ^^^^^^^ CLOSE PRICES. We carry in stock John Deere, Molinc, Norwegian,' Sioux City, Thompson, -Charles City, Plying Dutchman, and New Deal, and other makes of Walking and : Riding Plows.       ; ' .     ..� �    :._" Raoinb Spbing Wagons, Columbus Buggy Co.'s Buggies, Subbevs, Fhaetons and Garts.   Also the Rice Coil Spring Buggies. Molina; Miibum and Weber Wagons. COMPLETE STOCK OF SHELF AND HEAVY HARDWARE, STOVESi * AND TINWARE. PEW BROS.. LeMars, Iowa.     , -   ' E. MILLER, Contractor and Builder, PlaDi let PCTBLIG BTJILDINQS, M Fine Residences 1 Specialty. EstimfCtes + Furnished + Pr��.  V UW,?0!�;jn�'trM^ Masked Meo^tUd-a Salooa,  .gALKTOOA.'Crt.rOoliM^T-^f'    ,    . Bradford quicksilyer^v.mipe, ^iffllialWf counly,'J'riday,evei4ng,'J!OTirals4na^^ men raided a saloon ^kert "bytSt�Y�n 'eni�re thi began, and     .    . ,woued.,.t?^;p|jy| Wr-M#uire,lt*,tli1pyp|l ^lin-keeperans* " ^^Henrvv." OwwU \gent fOTiOie OhMMplnn Iron Fence and CreettDC 0�. Correepondenoe.PiWBplly Answered. lesidence on Plymouth Street. LE MAHS, A. W. PARTRIDGE, iSucoESSOBToTOWSENDBROS.,    " . j.. -dbalbb in- HaBD ANo'SOET^COALi STONE'Aiq. Bill. k.      i ^''^X Havihe:purcba8ed::the lumlier and ooalibuslheps of-^T|wnBendBroB..atLel^ I would respectfully ask tor further continuance otyour ptftroriigaat the old ,andwlllstrlv^byfalrandsquare~deallngto:merlt'Jhe-same.-.^ ^ - 9 tlie'iacrilptor for'many ygars, ~ and? �at f^'himior the bust from .which'.ihe modeliB taken._^^ BiVBE,'Mass., ^t. 1$.-ThoJ -4   

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