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   LeMars Sentinel (Newspaper) - November 4, 1890, Lemars, Iowa                                WIIMCHEL |ESDAi^% N-OVJ�MBE|?>, 189a;^ URSfiooiiiis iNtpprs n^g mads out        . No iNTFithHT Dif until pnd of v ir R> *L t KTA ri. t ouftht iiD 1 �i>ld MoNF\ to Ln\No\ Inrt\iimi^m Pi \isfSl oncltj prnpprt> ]g' uorrowfuhvviii h\Mi VuM-t It donF In^ vllh me. Olflce mn Dielil h Dfuk Stor�> T cMar lonn 18* HOYT & GOUbiE. -Proprloion of.-     4 ,Y, - FEED, -and �>ale Stable V    V      OonTonuiM to am part of tfp counlr) farn iiiMd on ilurt^notlra Torin* rnunnablp   Unr )     ^ taanMarogWMlKiaditoiaBndourTehiolcsnewBnd BaaL niuuillMiniaKiwaiconranlncdnmcti n with tha Unl n H ilnl  IVwiPngam a^^^l^ toanrpartottheoitr T^^Mi^Mm �1- it.,a. AT ST; I'AlJIrf a Five ToB^ Bare In^alohl*' l�op6t-A HlKhw�,m-n'a Adfaat; I In        -     - -   -     - ^ - UO'i T ft GOL Ulb Bain & Ketcham' LUMBER WAaONS, M \R'�GILLEtt \.N I) VD VMs Star, Champion ind AdiniTs Hand �nd*I ndir,riiuna lure*   I'uinj, BRASS CYLIMDEfi PUMP. All HiN>d8 W rranted BAILEY & CO. 71*tf Oa >" f,T ""H> rau bPtwrPn M,w,li. 1UIM8 (itjr, V �ofnaJh** ' ftriiMBUS,roi*, 'Nov.�8.-A moathiMj ii'der and smcidei oecurHwif at'^f t liich^ street at^,6:i5' 'Siinday - i. Tnnh XmacTt, a"atvblcedJ ^an, *8hot and instantly*,killed,Mts.^ .Elizabejbh An'deradn, a.woriJafe Who has separated frota her .husband �and of! *rhtfmvAmack'.had, iJeen E^^namdreil derson has^ alsosjihree" children, '-tMo a ,fied faer'intention ofg^^lhg'.tiaorto her husband-some da^st a^o.f �,d.A'mack^ threatenedvtoikilther>and;himself      ? if thisiwas^'idontifSuiSii^y'&iorWi Mrs Andekw>n^^6�fM|ih ^her^^^nlKht^ iinnie�liatel7^theMeii. . )tH] Hcuftlinl into tBe^ whom M parti; louldf ont a I )ard I matte if tirnlar the hu qWon one| her, CQini^ Anoth, the thil her h^fi with tti pupi ._, boardiii^ fleit  .. Btaits m had lifi the ro I. kill h\l wahhiL the doa� dead v . riKht hia.^, l ilibit my man j-ie awakei lug of ttu i i inHtilii son owl SaiiHHtiiiiinl '-Furf^erjin L\NsiMi Ahih >oi aAi ii uithesntiett {i luiid Tj insuiKiind U 1 liuf^ by the^iigS^very* Qf^^the Mis Get 11 ndeVwbitiUMii ( f u IM il Mid "bifliki r tn'lHii �iaiik Allin, and the luiiiUiiiriiiio iiin-\riy tb.it II hei L fit t J iiirii li.wl \Mn nioT. and ^1.-In a riot at f^i*>'^f Police Office^ i(SkJf.{S simplicity,Itself.  W^NwrMl r^"??* doiJr^^of^ a conspicubuS-' iinOublin' witfiout 'any aisgulse )^e;droxe in a^fnei^d's carrlip ^�Ma�^feoy. stepped ai;4he fiousp of Sm realjr^xantithatl; night at midnightiwe,, iSf^rowei aboard tlie, ya isiorfea.. Jwt^ihekKKnm :ME how to.improve their condition morally and educationallyi It there is any^young colored man^n the': south whom we find to have a talent for art or literature or, any espbcial! aptitude for study,-we are, willing to' give him money from the education funds to send him I to Europe brtd' give him anradvanced education; 1 bhl^ hitherto their chief and almost Jonlyl gift has been that of oratory. 'Whali! you find as historical students as ^to' 'their condition in the south-espeaall* m the-'blacV belt'-iB surely,not,eH^' conj-aging.  They are seen moat fivorll ably in what i6 called the Virginia land' district of Ohio. '--The,tract of lands be^ tween' the Scioto,n',ittle JMiami fandi Ohio rivers, was granted.by' the ^tatel of Virginia to ita^flteers in the revolutionary        /many4of whom*^ settled^ there with their slaves. ^Most of*thes#' were freed and have iMncreasM rapidly' ^ with a correapondihgtocrease'in educa-tion. I A] careful examinationi'^of that region^ will t| show avi considerable I ad-i yance mthe good qnalities, at oiviliza tion   an  Ignite thn- ThM|^^|^^| ^�BHj;he tf.tiiponv ,of WilliMiii.who �wore that Dpvine gave^ hiiii the clii ck Willi tju LiiderHtaiiding thit Williams was to -'�e h M k $1 ikW.^TiJSa^ChavanAi would lh�n'claim the Iheck/a |^iSy�S""ThJ " ^^^^^^ 'vfSfo'Brienth'e^ -'.the,pl        - fo^ge'iy, I prodnced'a great sensation j. '   , V|,, Soiiii Bt P*iT Minn^ Nov. .1 i-A blond} tragedy^ ow urred,hife."- iiiJllid-* ipK'a^douU|;^n^^ �atju^ataiiqarqigi �-i�i�nu  eii drinking hear-' .!> of late , .     - ^ I j; - p ,Arrmt(>d an'Kilitor forUbal.'Z \'. '\ I'oattle'Btr^ivea'lltb- *d�!lar�d .thejJ-g |afi mdiii here ol.i ti m   th   \i it '  tying ttjallow ni-ck- will hold meWimrx in iniiai^inh ''� � �r i, Id Im nea apiWon. with .hi,-^ Boston" .VwTk ^    T�JT.?,  Thev kiH., t.u ling the fl.v�i, died an'agiiniz- will theiiJioM a neries of me�tiiiM h li iig dtath l.y slowly ^triBglmghiiiiHolf.. and a'te.'ward dni I. into tw  w t i� 1 he onh cauho .t.-uiied for the auicido parties and make a t lur rf the i .untir 8Jt hiiiderai 'i^f^ljiipY ' )rB>wiie� f�BfllBot.arVadKa C'aldwell'a Deoialon,^ ^I'TFoPiK*; Kan', Niv I -Tht decisbn of Jmige'Ualdwell i� tue Iiwa   1 verv di"  uragim; t > liti loi deaie;|s m-ljanMi,   The decw n  #1 plie-i \\itii,tliei!iiiu< f irie in Kansas ij inj�n.i Jlie'briKiiilpukage deilaril jinttbis i  ^iinnaiit l\ upni the rdi ^seipjjQf the,niiw   bgn i   imuii. .,f thmr legal ddviaer-i win rher thi\ would^ be^hafe in luiitiiiuiiig their busiiip p Tliev w�id inform d' that altboa.{Bi then.- uai ( ii-.i 1 i able d mbt in regardl tu It, iiiabinuih as.rhf l > iflicting duis 1 .^ioDS^eiuanatt fromcmriH if the same i^'i^ftif'^^^A'C'P^ti plan would be to ac-^pt^eWliici8ian%^Jddge�,CAldwIli ,and ubid.  mdad lower^ it eioh1;im& Tliiirl wasj, laat'l ^colt^j^asydriven, b,^^ ?W.iIliahl8 " Thelfirst withdnta break ,in "itfnieed^jtlie^ 0(n u iiii> of l. pn'jsfei I .-idersonllwillj'bi w nc tu the ( mntyj l>falmqh'i"�SiJf'L,DiuPa, wh�r h wiill Ih I nhn lin i wp irate building until dnath nil \    liim of tht  lotihsomil \ � rl i H lair.&eheme' AecepM. tm *i I-The farst of the I gran 1 di ] I i\b at the world a fair to b| dciiniM} decided npoa n the big.nnf dcrgrpnnd mining exhibit proposed bi Col E F Browne of Colorado A iiaP Ke -HN) leit under the aurfaco of ^ ground with drift? fflled with ui� audi representing each of the great nilnea ot the country in place, is what the dil rectors \ot(.d iiapinrove This extra^ crdiii trv evlnbit la t > be hicated on the^ lake front and will be coiintriictedVbyl a wiwral curp r ii-iun c lUiMHed oH well kjwn luiiiiiig men "     I Goal Minera Strike.''^   ?" wf M KiiB IIIh ^o\ 3-All'oparatan/l of < al mints m the \icinity of Moms h rida^ rubli  the Mc^uli > bill pncea of groceHea^ Bhoc-a (lothiug ineatr^aa well w of feed for teams, had largely advanced , Thev proposed t)pi\ 4i per ton of the 25c additional to the minera, but the latter led lUc fit tne ^{fo,H^wh|oli theW ^ refused to* iwy/t:iand^ **** men all went Su'^titrite^ '^mihS kiSih'of.TWd'r: 'Ws MLTO�)BB "^Nov Fa*-^fl      4-R,^^ MAY BE ^NDAli usual; RIGHT ill fHl *UOM' WITH a FULL Lisf OP TliE "VfCm       HLSi ,. Gold'Goin, Baise,B]ir^ers and Elmlinist 'Mm with other approved linesSor Pill and W intc r trmli with evervth^B GOOKING STOVES, Kitchen Furniture andfd  I eing , onei lcr� 1 1 of i Horn Powers. ^^., ^.......^.....^ ........ , %he Birdsa}! Go's. Celebrated YtJdA ?m^F, fAndi^Jhf Gaar^giott A. ( i liri si LFH   Auti inatic Straw statkirs for all Machinea ET YOUR PLOWi^l inso wi luriv the JBtst Mtikts unf^^^^^K CLOSE PRICES. '   ^ - .(feWe^tarry id Rto� k l ihn Dern, Mnime, >.o'-ci;iar, -i-ux ( ity, Thompson^ ( hnrles City, tUing Dutrhnian and ^cw Deal, and otiitr makes of Walking and! Hiding Pld na ^ � Rvr,n>\Si.it,>, WAt^.n8. CoLTMms Bloo,! Co � Blcoies, Sbbkei'^ Fiiu TONh and Camh ^       the Rum Coil fepnne Bu-rines'     **' PEW -Mi Ml I /I ijjjR, �r * ' TA'nh^  " '^ii D' '111 41   

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