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LeMars Sentinel (Newspaper) - April 22, 1890, Lemars, Iowa 1' VOL. XX, NO. 32, LE MAJrlS, IOWA, TUESDAY, AFKIL 22, 1890. ISSUED SEMI-WEEKLY. :f)2.()OP]0K YEAR GEO. C. SCOTT, LAWYER. , Spcciiil nttentlon (fiven to Colluctions, : ABSTRACTS OF TITLE Mnilo in Hook and Hlankct Korcns. Onicu over Ger-nian-Aniericiin Savinys ]JanU.  jMAllS , - - . IOWA. HIDES I . HIDES! HIDES aides, Fdlt3, Furs Wool and Tallow. W. M. CLAGG & CO.. . Dailding north of Floyd Barn on Engle Street. FRED p. WHITNEY, Gin PLUMBER IHDGIS FITTER -dea.i,15r in- BATH TUBS, SINKS, IRON AND LEAD PIPES, WASH BASINS, WATER CLOSETS, FITTINGS * AND BRASS GOODS. LAWN SPRINKLERS AND FOUNTAINS. HOYT & GOUDIE, -Proprlotors of- The Richards House LIVERY, - FEED, and Sale Stable Convoyunco to any j)ai+, ot the oountry fum-ishod on Bliort notloov Terms reuBonable. Our teams, nro Rood roodstors und oar veliiolos new iind noat. 'Dufl nnd bti^Kuue wugou run in oonncction with the Diuon Hotel PiwsenKera nnd baRgaRe okon to any part of the city. Telephone No. i'd. * HOYT & GOUDIE. Bain &l Ketcham LUMBER WAGONS, ilARSEILLES AND ADAMS, Hand andPover Shellers andleed Mills, Stilr, Champion and Adams Wind Milis, Hiind and Uatlnrgi'ound Force Piiinp, BRASS CYLINDER PUMP. All goods Warraiund. BAILEY & CO. 7inf Gus Iliierliiig'o iild titaiid "ALWAYS ON TIME." ' There le no lino so handsomely, equipped for 'TliroaghPassonper Service as'Tlio NArth^Wost. ornLine"-0.,Bt.P.,M.&O.B'y. :� All well posted travelers between THE Twin Cities and Chicago take tliis lino-partion : larly faTuriuK the ^'Vestibule Limited," which :. cairigs the itaestsleepiiit: cars and ooachos ever > :built, and also all classes of passengers, without - aztra faros. On the Lake Saperior portion of the " line, between Minneapolis, St. Paul and Uoluth, : SQd St.'Piiol and Ashland, Pullman sleepers are '.f.:JiinDn:iught trains and parlor cars on day. trains |:iNORTH-WESTERN ibFast.thrbu'gh trains are also run between Mmne-r''BpoUBi:.SkiFaul and Kansas City, via'bioux City, with::vj>allman:; sleopers'the outiro distance, St. /PaiULtoOmaha,KansasCity.SaltLake, SanFraa-oisoo/andPortland.' Dining oars are run on all through trains oyer-this line between Minneapc-llBi St. Paul and Chicago,- Besides being the best LINE Between those principalvcitioa, the Chicago it I. Northweslorn systemiofjlinos composed of the Chicago, St. Paul,^ Minneapolisii>Omaha, Chica-gQ & Northwestern, and. Fremont, Ellchorn & Mis- � so(ari .Valley Kailways.lall advertised as "The Northwestern Iiine"), offots the:quickest'moans iiidtreiiohiiigalloitieSBnd townsilu'the territory rV'-intereeotod by it. In connection with the 'XJnlbn ' >with maps and time tables, may  bo,obtaiped:at aw stotion, or write direct to i , 'T.W.TEASDALE. ' aon'IPaw. Agt. Bi. Paul, Minn: J iprof- Loisette's PISCOVERY AND TRAINING METHOD |ii"In'�liplta'lit BrtnlterrlBd Imlhitiiinn wliirh mi.n tJie t the OriKmnl. ii> b|)it.t>tQ"theirecognized values of the comnieroial.world one is the bullion redemption feature provided in the treasury bill, and the other is authority to sell bonds in order toprovide a reserve fund to meet the constantly^ increasing volume of proposed treasuryinotes. The latter, 1 believe to be both unnepessary and unjustiliable; the former .1'believe to be 'entirely practicable &nd.;8afe.� Even with this safeguard against Vie 'c struciion to the: fair fabric of our na--tioual credit, the extraordinary concessions above mentioned approach as near' to the -"dangerous -edge'^ of peril" as prudence �ill care to . tread. Rather than go one ?tep further in that direction I Srmly, believe" it�lypvUd!. b^ Better The llinportaiit Matters to Cnmo licfare Conercss Tills IVciek. Washington, April 21.-The world's fair bill comes tip in the senate to-day as the BiiGcial orde^, and Mr. llawley, who has the bill in charge, will insist upon ita consideration. There is likely to bo some debate on its various provisions, as Messrs. Blackburn and Vest expect to speak. The District of Columbia appropriation bill, which Mr. Plumbhasgiven notice he will call up, will be no.ict in order. This, however, can be disposed of in one day. The land forfeiture bill is on the programme, but may be laid aside to take up the administrative cus-to I 8 bill. The judiciary committee is .anxious to bring u tlie national bankruptcy bill during the week, and will prabably succeed in doing so after tlie appropriations committ e gets its Icgislnlivo, executive and judicial appropri tion bill out of the way. There is also a tlianro that the judiciar. committee may ciill tip the copyright bill. No agreement has been reached between tlio two sides of the house concerning the tarilT discussion, but Mr. McKintey Wi-n s to have i begin during the first week in Mtay. and his plan will probably bo c:ariied out. A Pension ;>leaf*li:'�. Washingto.v, April 21.-There is 1 ttle chance for the passage this session of the bill introduced by Mr. Herrmaii to pension the survivors of the Oresron Indian wars of 1847-4!^, and 1855-aii." The members of the pensions committee of the house, to whom the bill was referred, have talked it over and decided that it should not be acted upon by them until after other general pension bills have been disposed of. Bills to pension the soldiers and sailors of the Mexican war and the survivors of the Indian wars that took place in the south and the southwest between 1843 and 1843 are before the house, and it is believed that considerable opposition to the Oiegon bill would be manifested should an attempt be made to call it up for discussion and passage before the other bilU referred to have been taken up. GRANT ON HORSEBACK. Till! Kill III Provide (or tlin l':m:li.....il' iiii Dqiiu.striaii .SLatiito lo lliii Sol-flier Statesiiiiln. Washington', April Jl.-Tim bill in troduced by Senator Squire of W sliing-toii last Wednesday, providing for the erectiou of an equstrian statue of Gen. Uly.sses S. Grunt, fn this city, w.as passed upon favorably by the committee on jiublic building.h anil grounds, and laier in t;he day Mr. Sqiiii-e reported it back to the senate. Tlu-rn is unanimous agreement anions the mem tiers of the committee that ai; the e.nrliest practicable moment tlieibill shall be taken up and passed fo that it may tie sent to the house and there put on its p.issngo in order lo have it enacted into law before the liftli anniversary of �he death of the great man whose memory tliis monument is to coinmamorate. A A'ifyoroiis roliey. Washington, April 31.-It is the general iinpressiou at the navy department that a most vigorous policy is to be pursued in regard to protecting American interests In Alaskan waters. A number of vessels will be s ntinto liehring sea as soon as ihoy can be fitted out. The fleet of United States vessels which wil. cruise in Beliring sea during the sealing and salmon seasnns will consist of the Alert, Ranger, Pinta, Thetis, Rush, Boar and C'or^vin, and possibly the Iro(|uois. At present all efforts are being directed to fitting out the Ranger, .as itis found that that vessel could be prepared for the service in less time than would be necessary to prepare the Alert. Work will be conoputrated on the Alert, however, as soon as the Ranger is fitted out. Several of the other vessels need slight repairs and a.s soon as these are completed they will sail for tlioir destination. Tho Jltjviuino Ontter .Service. wash1n0t0^^, April lit. -'the senate last week spent iionsiderable time dis-orssing the house bill to transfer the revenuo cutter service from the treasury department to the navy department. The bill offers an additional compensation ol fi;t'.,000 a year to the ollicers of the revonue�marmp. who now receive less compens.ation than they would were they 111 the navy. Sinne of them would be promoted and many retired. At liie present there are thirty-six vessels n the service, although some ol them are ex-tremiily small, little more than ordinary row boats. There are twenty-two cap tains in the service who are over iw years old, and who would bo retired under the pending bill. W !i- Sitimlion l:i Austria. Vif.NNA, April 21.-Workmen in the mines and iron works of the Prague In dustrial company and the Austro-Alpint-mining company have demanded tlie eight hour day, and if the demand is refused they will strike. This important movement indicates that ageneral strike throuj,hoiit thejempire is almost certain, and grave apprehension prevail.s in consequence. The excitement among the laboring population is so great as t iua''o it certain that ex.ensivo deinnn strations will occur on the 1st of May. The authorities are unable to conceal their anxiey. The cabinet will shortly publish a proclamation intended to influence the workingmen and lo.s.seii the danger of outbreaks. Requisitions for troopj have been received at Vienna from various industrial centor.s. A ti-iliiitoto Kinf^-ITarinon. IiO.sdon, April 21. -A handsome brass tablet was placed al the west end of the parish church of JI irg ite to the memory ot the late Col. ICing-lIarmon, the first parliamentary representative of tuo Isle ol Thanet. ' The colonel had a strange political cart^er. He started out as a I'V'nian in his youtli. In manhood he became more conservative, although he was an advanced Home Ruler, and at lii-ideath, which occurred suddenly a lew months ago, he held ollice without salary under the Tory government, and was the advocate of coercion for Irn-land. Ho.was a good speaker, and he often angered the I'ai'neriites.whofierce-ly denounced liiiu in and out of parliu-nient. � Ilisniai-elc SMll In It. Berlin, April 31.-The Hamburger Nachrichten euies that the articles i-o-cently app.'aring in criticism; of Chancellor Von Caprivi have been instigated by Prince Bismarck. The paper at the s im time .announces that Prince Bismarok will not relinquish his connection with the press. The prince, it further states, intends to soon appear in the o berh aus and will alEo acoeptllie candidacy for the reichstag. It would be a great mistake, the article continues, to imagine that the ex-chancellor . is a broken down old man, or "that he will remain a passive spectator on events. The Gorman people have a right to know liij3 views on imv'ortant public events,___ Orleans' Visitors. Paris, April !!l.-^The Duchess of Chartres and her daughter are daily visi ors at the prison of the Duke of Orleans. The Dnohess is a lady of calm temper. She inherits Brazilian apathy from her mother, the Princess de Join-vi lo. who is a sister of Dom Pedro. It WHS she who prevailed on the Countess de Pans, who is haughty and impatient, not lo see tlie Duke but to leave him to herself and his fiance. O'lirlvii to Wed. London, April 31.-The eagagement is announced of Mr. Wm. O'Brien, (.he Irish, journalist, o-ator and mem bp ot parliament and MUa; Baffalovitcli, daughter of the wealthy Parisiau: bank-rot that place.____ �-'v ' Ser|ia.l*lnto lluai'lieft Portut-a).' - > Lisbon. April 21.-Sevp� finto Ji^ sr- THE PAN-AMERICANS. The Work of tlio Coiirurenco Completed, till) i>eles MninoM. Des Moines, la., April 31.-The carpenters of Des Moines are rapidly organizing in siipport of the eight-hour movement and the organization is lo be pushed throughout the state. W. H. Kivoi's of Chicago is assisting the local leaders. _______ California OraiigeH. Los angeles.Cal., April 31.-Seventy carloads of oranges have left for the east by special trains, and railroad agents estimate there are 500 carloads of oranges yet remaining to be shipped. 'WissiUHun.s Canipaii;n. Zanzibar, April 21.-Major V^'issman is preparing to occupy and garrison Lindi. Sharp fightn.g with nlie natives is expected when the attempt is made. The Alert Sold. Boston, April 21.^Mr. Henry Bryan', has sold n^ie fast, schooner yacht Alert lo L- man Nioholna of this city, for $)iS,'3^ C05IPLETE STOCK OF SHELF AND HEAVY UARDWARE, STOVES -J AND TINWARE. ' ^ PEW BROS., LeMars, Iowa. M. A. MOORE, -D35ALEU IK- 'i'4 lumber, Lath, SMngles, Pickets, Sash, Doors Blinds, Mouldings, Building Paper^ ^ ^li STONE, l-IARD AND SOFT OOAEl Offices at LeMars, Kingsley and Mp^ej A largo and well assorted .Btpck of Seasoned :LumberiConstani Owing to the low price of iorm produce and the close margl^�4|i hess 1 have conclnded to offer upusual inducements to^those '-ffijgj^,, the coming season. Bring in your" cash and,f w,ifi glvjs yop bed TP0Ji^:5ri ard grades. You will find it to your ^ntwept; tbijjly^efjne^a call t)?f9rteR A9$B ;