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   LeMars Sentinel (Newspaper) - October 21, 1890, Lemars, Iowa                                Ijeutxml V:03g?gSC, NO. 84. LEMARS, IOWA, TUEcsDA;^, OCTOBER 21^ 1890. ISSUED SEMI-WEEKLY. $2.00 PER YEAR J. H. WINCHEL J'CSOcCESiOR TO WILSON & McLAIN,) SffiESTATE LOANS aod COLLEPTIOlUS � Low iNTEBEiST for money On real estate. MoNEV Paid Ovek as bood as papers are mnde out. ^ No iNTBREST DuB until end of year. BnAii tisTATB bought�nd sold. Monet to Loan on In8tam.mknt Plan on city property. UoiiROWEiis wiLi. save MoNEY by dealing With me. I Office over Diehl's Drug Store^ LeMars, "       Iowa.         38* OLLEBBKaANKS A Helpless OldLady the Victitti of Religious Zeal. BOBBER M'DANIEL   SENTENCED ARcKlineiit of Tliugs Corralled ut Ghloagu -^Aii Kx-CoiivIcCfi Wliid-irp Ht'Feorin- A Murder and Robbery-An -Xlxpr^ag Oashler Abgcoiidg-Other CrlineR.| HOYT & GOUDIE, -Proprlotora of'^;- The Richards House LrVERY, - FEED, and Sale stable Conveyance to any part of the ooanlry furnished on short notice.. Terms reasonable. Oar teams are good roadsters and oar vohioles new and neat. 'Bob and baggage wagon ran in connection with' the Union Hotel. Passengers and baggage taken to any part of the city. Telephone No. 23. nOYT & GOUDIE. Bain & Ketcham LUMBER WAGONS, MARSEILLES AK D ADAMS, fllBd'tndBmfMers^and Feed Mills, Star, Champion and Adstms Wind mills. -Uind hd'd ITnderground Force : I'ump, BRASS C!LINDER POMP. AlIgo. - The Bowie county district court adjourned for the term. "Just oefore the announcement, was made the jury in the MoDamel case brought in a verdict condemning the train robber to the penitentiary: for life, after having Jjeen out four days.: The verdict averts a tragedy in which � the principal and the alleged icorrupted; jurymen would have been the victims, as. indignation ran very high over the threatened miscarriage of justice.  The result was a surprise to McDaniel.  He; received his sentence coolly.  Application for � new trial was denied. .Frobably Murdered. Rochester, N. Y., Oct. sJO.-It looks now as if William B.: Hakes, who died near HoUey Saturday, was murdered. He was khown to have had $120 in his pocketbook on Friday night;: He slept alone. On Saturday morning: his hired man found the back door of the house forced open and the contents of Hakes' pocket strewn about the floor withthe pocketbook empty and the money missing. It is supposed that Hakes"vwas chloiotormed, as there was no mark of violence on his body. An inquest is In progress.____^ Assaulted-the ProseoutinKiAttoruey. V: PiNDtAY, O., Oct. 20.--Jerome Kibler, a;noted character who is � under indict-' imeit^forcomplicitV: in the great Opman A ynU'Ly. bmabw. One VrelKbt,Runs  Into Auoliiur and a Passopger Criisbos Into ilie Wreck. Buffalo, N. Y., Oct. 'M.-A Lake Shore freight train loaded with cattle going east broke in two on a heavy grade three miles east of Silver Creek. The rear sectioa started backwards and crashed into another freight loaded with beef, -going east, smashing several cars and killing a number of cattle, and throwing two cars  in the path of the fast limited express, which collided �with the obstruction, smashing the en-gino and baggage cars, and tearing the side out of two coaches. No one was �killed and but one injured, a lady passenger, who had two nbi broken. Both tracks were blocked for some time. The baggage; master saw the ob.itruction and noiihud the passongors to get on the other side ot the car, thereby preventing great loss of litq. All Indinn'h Latitude. Paris, Tex., Oct. 20.-Judge Bryant has rendered a very important opinion here in the case against Thomas Mc-Gee, charged with murder. Mciiee was a white man, but had married an Indian and was recojjDizud by the Indians as a citizen, and uilowed tribal rights the same as un ludiun. Judge Bryant Held tnat, under tU'j treatiea of the United States governintiiit wiih the Indians, McGee was in law an Indian and subject to the laws oL' his tribe, andtliat the courts of this country had no jurisdiction over offenses committed bv him upon the person or property of another-'Indian. aence^warranted Mt'Vbe ^woniafdeal a� ^6ug1ily:withihim^'as^'l^e�' ba4 ^ith aii 'acbomp1iiMachucbtr "another i,leading2 Italian;, against whom aiBdavitsr were made \ after the shooting and, partiaji oonfe^-, sionof'Sco'ffidii-yrere arrestea; ic 'withbeingaccessoriestottaamurder of I'Chief ofyolicS'HentfSBSey.'^' ^ N^ Yoiu^'oaCai)r^P.^tonTiirpie; 5 a youth 14 years of age, comm,itted sui->^0ide by hangingJiipiself in Bs.jfa.ther's I Jdnse.^ JtC^aS anvlnv^tjTrat^eaaer of dime-novels, and it is supposed that his ^mijd- bad become thereby affected. J lipcaJrc&nValA'Inf'^   ' 2a-Tji|ppiip^ :1iaS'tMn^io?oBipiiii^ *anidly;tmdViWia-go: .,____, as soofi^aS he is "strong, ;en(aigg:h to stapd-the journey. ^derj a .highly respecfed farmer living -Hon.'.W. The Halle Co|jg�eas.-. :>. . London, Oct. ii).--Ifc is-'tha general opinion of commentators upon the Halle Socialist congress that the meeting'has effected but little for the advancement, of the socialist cause, but that it proves that the Socialists are inclined to use their newly granced liberty with moderation. The weight of opinion 13 that if they continue in the-path ot peaceful agitation which they havu marked out for themselvds they will give Europe no cause to fear evil results. ^      Viennese Slay"Wulk. ViBNNA.Oot. 21*.-The employes of the tramways of this city went on a strike. The service, is entirely suspended. The conductors asked increase of wages and the other employes quit work in order to support the demand. The po-: lice are lu possession ot -thev tramway premises audtroops'are under arms in the barracks ready to act in case of public, disturbance. : A Niitlonallst Meeting. London, Oct. SiO.-The Nationalists held an enormous meeting Sunday at Ne^?h, near Watertord, Ireland. Bands anu banners were numerous and much enthusiasm was displayed. Several membars of parliament were among the speakers. The police were T)ut in force, but contented themselves with watching the proceedings and taking copious notes of what was said. Tariff Retaliation.:/ �London, Oct. 20;-A coarmittea of leading "Fair Traders" who believe in tariff retaliation as aj^natioual policy, have asked Mr. David Dudley Field to deliver an address next month on the', subject of customs reprisals. >: The' *'Fair Traders" are making many con-' verts as a result of the McKinley tariff and its effects upon British exports; Bleu of Tlpperary. r.. ( Dublin, Oct.: 20 rr-An appeal signed by Father Humphreys and other clergymen has been:>pl&cardedc5at ahd:pulse:^of.'.the^nation;the; Centre of'Ireland's jbo'pe/'' and'exhort-'f ing theni'to give generously next Sun-, day, and'show America'that Ireland is' '�not^asked:forhelp1for:tmen unwilling to^ |%help themselvesr. '    . " > . For Worn Out Prints. ' London,' Oct." -ia"- The" memorial stones of the' new buildings of ;the^ printers!: alms Iiouses'cat London V^rel laid by the Baronessfinraett-Coutts'and Mrs.*W. H. Coleridgei'; The baron^  esscis a liberal contributor -to the charity; vhich is for the benefit of worn-out printers.. , ^--^^^ s ^  oaCji;i^,V'l while on"a trip ffowNitples^tb have been reahzed; It is learned'that the boiler of the boat, bursts oausing; the vessel to founc|er? - - -and' flfteen^lBailorg^fffltaa; t'-'i;-,.-.- .-.-^ ::' "BelKlan'-ElMtlons.-j-^ussELS, Oct. - 20.-^TbeTmunicipai; ,e}pctioh8 in Belgium resultelj'&OTeraU^ in favor of the Liberals. The-Socialists were successful ?tinnia>iyplaoaa.'| Second, ballots will be TCaniredin^Qrt ^ r^ndon,   Opt, ^attamptllias? Jbsen :%'^iuade^t our.*' The atory hw -------------- Sunday Is Held Siiercil Asalnst Pay Eii-tertalnmont.s In Daltfnifiro. - Baltimore, Oct. vO.-A great (#owd of the best Gerina:i ciuzens were excited and indignant over the action of the police m stopping the lecture which was to have been given at Germania Mannerchor hall by Arthur Koebaer of New York. For some reason an old law was resurrected and the authorities stated that no entertainment ot any sort tor which an admission price was demanded could take place in Baltimore on Sunday it anyone should object thereto. . The crowd denounced the decision and the authorities. The statute has been practically dead so long that even the district attorney.knew not of its existence until Saturday. Same as Tweed's Case. Jefferson City, Mo., Oct. M.- Judge Edwards decided that Edward Childs must be discharged from the penitentiary, though he has served but two years and was sentenced on three counts of two years each, or for six years. The commitment read for two years on each count, but did not say the terms were -"to*- Tun - consecutively. The judge' therefore concludes they should all run at once, technically. There is tremendous excitement in the prison walls, where the news in someway has penetrated, and where over five hundred prisoners are affected. One man was received last week from St. Charles county, sentenced to two years each on eleven different counts, or twentv-two years in all. There was but one commitment, and under the decision he will be liberated in two years. Big Advance In Pearl Buttons. New York, Oct. 20.-Tlie effects of the McKinley bill are being felt daily by New York merchants, and now importers of pearl buttons are realizing what an enormous increase they will have to pay for imported stock. The duty paid upon an invoice of pearl buttons prior to Oct. 6 amounted to $328, while to-day upon the same invoice it would be $6,8*3, or an increase of|8,515. A year ago the stock prices of "extra super two-hole" per gross. No; 16, was 79 cents, while now there is an advance to $1.17, and the same line of buttons, No. �6, which could be had a year ago for $L.77i,are now iSiAi. .The Eiig;ineers. -PiTTSBURO, Pa., Oct. '.JO.-The visiting railroad engineers attended the va-: rious churches throughout Pittsburg. Nearly three hundred and fifty wont in a body to Christ: Methodist Episcopal church, whither they had been invited last week.   In the afternoon Delers Everett, the second grand  engineer, spoke to a large number of - railroaders in the rooms of the Pennsylvania department of the Young Men's Christian Association.    Either Minneapolis or Atlanta. Ga., will bocsejected as the: place tor holding: the next' annual con?' vention. , ' The wires Crossed. Boston, Oct. 20.-About 6 s o'clock last eveping an electric light wire be-oame-crossedwith: a   Theiwood .work of the tower ^caught: fire, but the'flames were put l out'with 1 slight damages. The loss of the wire*i' oompletejy^isolated^:the =;Bostonv office and -bommunication.^^was not restored; until af ter-flOo'clook,: when"; one ortwd wires to New York were obtained. :=  ' The Bifdsa} 1 Oo.'s Celebrated CAYUGA CHIEF, And the Gaar, Scott & Co.'Threshers.  Automatic Straw^Stackers for all Machines GET YOUR PLOWS Of us, because we carry the Best Makes and will give yon CLOSE PRICES. We carry in stock John Deere, Moline, Norwegian, Sioux City, ThompsoB,; Charles City, IPlying Dutchman, and New Deal, and other makes of Walking and Riding Plows. '     �    �       .      � '    ..   -      : Racine SphIng Wagons, Columbus Buggy Co.'s BuGGiE�,SnEEET8, Fhaetons and Caets.   Also the Eice Coil Spring Buggies. Moline, Miiburn and Weber Wagons. COMPLETE STOCK OF SHELF AND HEAVY HARDWARE, STOVES  AND TINWARE. PEW BROS., LeMars, Iowa. E. MILLER, Contractor and Builder, PlBBi and > lewi or AlIKlndi �t Ban*.   : :' :' :'. ' inct'Skewn'Free.. CJBLIO BUILDINGS, And Fine Residencesi Specialty. Estimates + Furnished  tfae�''Epi8qopal "'residence ~ where- jthey; W>re'ireviewed''by the'-^bi^h.pp/'Cardinal Giblrans/thevisitlnlgbishops.and clergy;, and many- prominent citizens.  Thtae \ faii%n|Bang>ibYmns as th^y^^iliifedi .|he; ^hop.'"^Jhey'were'two hoursinpassing the stand. - , ^ \^ fiiUeia*rii^%BJ^^api4 f ST.,'XoiJffil  ,at Iwould respectfully a'sk tor further Continuance of your patronageiatdtl^e^^ o and will strive by fair and square dealing to merit the^same.*'fitjJiS^' A. w:"PARJ 'i 1 Yi. ^DBAIiBB IN- Offices 4 A-"'�' to ne>is*I>^8Toc6ncl the coming season.. Brl   

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