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LeMars Sentinel (Newspaper) - December 19, 1890, Lemars, Iowa 5> r ~ t � �yOL. XX. NO. 101. LEMARS, IOWA, FRIDA"Y, DECEMBER 19, 1890. ISSUED SEMI-WEEKLY. $2.00PER YEAR,; FIRST NAT'L BAM, -OF- LeMars, Iowa. p. F. DALTON, PiosiDtNT. A, H. TREAT, Vine PucKcH" O. L.IWERNLI,C*�Hicii. W. F. COOPER A�>'t C*�hici> Capital, Surplus $100,000.00 $ 50,000.00 Transacts a General Banking Business. INTEREST ALMWED OD Time Deposits. j. W. Mtbbs, M. H. Pinnkt, PreBident. Cushier THE GEiatS-AniUMH Savings Bank OP LEMA.nS, IOWA, Buccessors to Plymouth County Savings Bank nnd Trust Company. Aatborized Capital, Paidnp Capital;  $100,000.00 - 50,000.00 Does a GeneralBanking Businese. Negotiates Farm Loans. -COLLECTIONS A 8PECIALTy4.- Man Alive! -Dew's One-Pbioe-^ U. S. Clothing House Is the place for bargains in Anything You Want to Wear. Main St., LeMars, Iowa, % and Norfollc, Neb. Blakeway & Co., ......-DEAL15B8 IN- Groceries, Provisions, Grockery, Notions Etc. Goods delivered to any part ot the city Higliest marlset price paid /or Country Produce. 102-j-mO Union Block. i WHER�  Can i gat . . THB lEATEST FIT FiMttWwk BESTIATRBIlLf P. U. TULIN'S Boot and Shoe Siora. Repairing a Specialty. smjuwokk BAUBAKTmBm. Mr* tkM  taanos to M ran ui y�a wW EE-H VE GROCERY AUPPERLE& FREEMAN, -deai.kbb in- Also Fipe Cigars and Tobacco. FREE DELIVERY. " Main Street, ^" -' LeMars, Iowa. Have for MlutberfoUoWlDrUandV^ii'tiik^ In Plymouth Uounty,, >' '  DBS. OF Tbaot. e'.^",'K'.'.".'.;.'".'.:'.v.'.*.v..83 .......,........f7 6 91 46 146 7 VI 46 leo 19 91, :4�.Tbere js so : much quarreling among th^'memhej-s of the-company .that it a abpntJto 'go, to pieces. ' �^i^Ills,, owned byi neighboring'^^ai;^erB;^$iba8 been de-' >troy^'by>-^V>^%(�jth'er.>,with -its con-, >tent8royer*4%pOj)f feiMhe^^ - wheat., bound and gagged'sWmv^JohBBojB^''-**^ itor and night: watcbpian otk tbe warn theatre, opened th^' safer't___ 11,900 in caeh, several' watches and] some stage je.w:elry.worth $1,0(|I), . .T.''^^2.^v.rrk'''.''C4i..i.';.-^i.-)-'.^�.'C3�.'u..jM:^ 11.': William E. Elliott, who has been a postal clerk for twenty years, was arrested at Indianapolis for robbing the mails. At Port Worth, Tax., burglars entered the jewelry store of C. W. Sey-fert and carried off $4,000 in money, jewelry, etc. At Scranton, Pa., Miclmul McGor-mick, in attempting to board a moving train here, fell between the cars and had both legs taken oftv' He-will probably die. British Consul Lyall of Galveston writes to tbe press, saying that he is blameless and the governor wi?ong in their controversy. Judge Mitchell, of the supreme court of Indiania, died suddenly at his home in Goshen. Ind., of congestion of the bowels. His age was about CO years. An investigation of the charges of irregularities in the Chester, Ills., penitentiary by ex-Convict John W. Par-ratt have proved upon investigation to be unfounded. The Union Pacific switchmen at Evanston, Wyo., are all out on a strike. They demand shorter hours and more wages. It is doubtful if the company will pay any attention to their demands. John Keyes went to the. house of George Hill, at Durant, Vv'is., whose daughter he had recently married, but who had left him, and in tbe altercation that ensued Hill fatally shot his son-in-law. By the falling of a scaffold at New Duluth'' four workmen were precipitated a distance of thirty feet and alt seriously Injured, Thomas Merrie of Cloquet cannot recover. The store of Philip Frank, at New Texas, near Lancaster, Pa., was set on fire by robbers and completely destroyed. The postofiice, located in the store, was also burned. Loss, $5,000; partially insured. Herr Otto Devrient, director of the Royal theatre in Berlin, has been dismissed. Etnperor William has frequently shown his dissatisfaction with the management of the Royal theatre by attending private theatres. It has been learned that State Representative Brandt, who died at TlflSn, O., was $0,000 short as treasurer of Venice township, Seneca county. He was also bankrupt, with liabilities of $30,000 and assets of only $10,000, An interview is published with Col. McParlane, the Hawaiian monarch's chamberlain, in which he states that it is true that King Kalakaua has summoned tbe Hawaiian minister, Mr. Carter, from Washington, to confer with him. During a quarrel at Salt Lake City Edwin Scott, foreman of the carpenters working on a building, was instantly killed by William Diamond, who drove a chisel into Scott's forehead. Tbe murdered man's wife is suppnsed to be in Mount Pleasant, la. Fire in the extensive retail dry goods store of Shepard & Cyrus, Providence, R. I., damaged tbe stock $m,W, which is fully, covered by insurance. H. W. LaddTifc-Co., next door," had their stock damaged $0,000 by smoke and water. The Oklahoma country is covered with snow from five to twelve inches deep. The demand for aid. increases from the poor settlers. Of the $47,000 appropriutod by the government for the benefit of the poor, there remains scarcely $15,000. At Valley Palls, Kan,, three small boys, Leslie Case, Frad Case and Floyd Archer, were drowned in attempting to cross the Delaware creek on the ice. They were going to gather bones to sell to secure money to buy Christmas presents for their sisters. Count Herbert Bismark, who has just returned to Berlin from London and Paris, denounces the obstinacy of the newspapers that persist in seeking to discover a political object in his trip, which, he declares, was taken solely for pleasure. Greenville, Tenn., had a disastrous, fire.. The Greenville woolen mills, with office and dwelling adjoining, R. J. Snapp's tannery and two dwellings were burned. Loss, $60,0i)0; >at�T>W-'*or'tl�e Inspection' Df cattle; andihogssand''the V'prodttct^..I thereof! which are aubjecvto Interstate twmmerce was jreferre^ito thtiegmmlttefi 00 agricuUure.^rrbe ^liouse then Wflkttato ci�mmitteB o| the whole ,Dn'prl�te)a^t�jpliklm Wlte. . , I �'4MONDA;Yi-HOU8K;j;The bill jKlVlngsetflera HopEflslte n'asutwyedjatiiil^e privilege of tak- -'-^paWte'bpndlflgs ,%tSFa^t>;N,k.^^The-tonatS'ibe|�ito6kJ ilgJecOon WU. \V ' .........' IOWA NOTES. Polk county has a floating debt of over $10,000. A Geneseo farmer has lost over 300 bead of hogs from cholera. Jefferson county paid bounty on 1.5,-000 gophers the past year. There are 060 men on the pay roll of the -evidencethat arsenic- produced I death.; The contents pf the stomach were;; sent to Chicago for expert examination and it is understood; that the test reveals facts similar to the finding of the local 1 physicians; ';Sensationalv;aevelopments' are'expeoted to folio w;.- W. H. Parker, of Boston, proposes to locate a'boot and shoe factory in Car-.; roll jf the oitizens'give him a bonus of , $10,000 and a building lot. For this be will agree* to commence immediately : the construction'of a factorj^ which; atetl>aTe farmers. The Misses Mann,' tudS young ladies who - received^ iheir; diplomas I'at tbe late> coiumenoement.r baTf'.iil^piis already perfected, for cafry> Till! IOWA FAIIMKUS. &r�jgo anil Alliance Conlliino TiKiir Sen-Blonii at lies Moliuiit. DesMoinks, la., Dec. 13.--The Iowa Stall) Grange continued its ses.sion. Tlie committee on co-operative worlc reported a plan recommending that the cxecutifo committees of the Grange and Farmers' Alliance confer, with a view of establishing a general supply house for the members of both orders, to contain everything needed for farm supplies, which he may get for cost and expense of transportation and delivery. Resolutions were adopted declarinR for the government ownership and control of railways and telegraphs; opocM ing discrimination between indivi^pRs and corporations as to goverament loans; that iill money should be made a full legal tender and issued by the government, and demanding the Australian ballot. Tliu Alllunco. The executive session of the State Farmers' Alliance also conducted its session. The meetings were secret. The suDjeot of district and county organization with a view to the equalization of work was before that body. Tiie subject of establishing an official newspaper and the question of supporting only those that will support Alliance princrijles was also considered, the spirit of the meeting being that it would be to the best interests of the farmers of the state to cleave to no political party but to stand by themselves. _ To Appear llcfore the Cominlaslon. Des Moines, la;, Dec. 12.-The railway commission sent communications to the head officials of the Chicago,Burlington and Quinoy system, asking them to appear before the board on Wednesday or Thursday of next week and argue their side of the Glenwood-Council Bluffs case for overcharging passenger rates. The "Q" trains are rijn over the Kansas City, St. Joseph and Council Bluffs tracks between these two points, and as the latter is a "C" class road, the "Q," which is au "A" class road, has seen fit to charge 3i cents per mile, when the state law provides that a "C" class road should cnarge no more than 8 cents per mile. The case is one of long standing and will be hotly' contested. Bishop HonncsHy Replies to Miss Kane. Dl'buqde, la., Dec. 11.-Bishop Hen-nes.sy was interviewed in relation to Miss Larette Kane,late a school teacher in Chicago, whose statement recently appeared in a Chicago paper: The bishop says the statements she makes are false. He said: "I do not expel any one from the sisterhood, that is the province of the sisters themselves. Tlie statement she makes that I interfered with her jirospects after she left the order is also false. She was dismissed from the sisters of charity for insubordination after being sent to every mission iu the order. Wherever slie was sent she defied the Mother Superior and was finally expelled after thirteen yeara' trial." 3 LATEST M.VRKE'C REPORT. Omaha I.ivo Stuulc. Union Stook Yauds, i Omaha. Deo. 17. f CATTLE-Estlmntud receipts. I.SOj heart. Pniiio heavy, S4.ao.r4.45: mofltum heavy, $i).8.j rt.3.5U: common to medium cow.s. sa.OOaa.l); oaunora, [email protected]: bulls, ?1.75@.3.00: best meatod feeders, S3.00a3.80; stockera, $3.(I0^.W; steak beeves, ^.8o.Markot Btrnnir. HOGS - Estimated recnlnts. 7,500 heod. Light, 83.0*33.25; mixotl, �2.�0r3.3U; heavy, $3a0^.4�. Market stealy to 60 lower. ^ SHEEP - Estimated receipts. 400 bead. Market steady. Chicago I.ivo Stock. Union Stock YdiiDS. 1 Cdioaoo. Dec. 17. f The receipts of caltlo for tbe flrst half of the week have boon 20,000 head less than for the con-osponilinK tbveo days last week, and onstorn and foreign umrketa are materially bigliev. To llioae mtlueuces is due the advance of 2.')c to oOo that prices have made Binoo last Tiiursday. Tlioro was an aelivo trade to-day iittlio liiBbor priees. Hogs remauieil weaK lis a consequence of continued lav.'e receipts and a heavy market for the product. Tlie bulk of the sales were below $3.50 and the average of prices was the lowest for any day of tlie year. The sheep trade was fiurly active at sub-BtantiaUy yesterday's quotations. CATTliE.-Estimated receipts. 13,000 head. Common to extra shipDina steers. S3,00@ fi.iJO: Btockcra and feeders, J2.0CS3.25; cows and bulls. S1.25S>3.()U. HOGS.-Eattmaiea receipts. 40.000 head. Heavy. $3.3563.5."); mixed and medium, *3.8�@3-S0: light. [email protected] SHiCEP.-Estimiited r cuipt.i. 8.000 head. Inferior to common, [email protected]; medium to choice, f4 00?i.�.(lli;Oiirlisimaf stock, $5.2ur5.75; lambs, S3.75@(1.(K>. GRAIN AND PROVISION MA^KEXS. Chicago. CiiiOAOo, Dec. 17.-Wheat opened at $1.00 for May, whs forced down to OOJ^o bv ollor-ings by the prufossioiial b.-ar.d, and closed with that price bid on all sides after tbe bell. On the curb puts on.;; May sold at; 97%o and calls at ;$1.01Vi. r-horts in the corn mnrket became alarmed, dui-ing the last,; hour of Ibo session ; at; the small supply of corn and exuitedl}' bid.upths roarlvot. .; The ;dem.ind .for; the immediate futures was.mnst.urgent, December advano-In.' 2c. while May gained only Ic. ,;, Oats were ilrm on gqpd buying by Hutchin-�gonandothHrshorts and in'Symiiathy wltli thostrenglh in oprn.. May.dosei Ho higher/ . .Provisions wore, weak, uud lower Jujthe" 'oarlrtr*ding, but firmed up. later insympa-. thy with the grain market; v Prokielosedwith; a loss of 8}6i to 60.  Lar.i ani ribs close* uii-; changed, ', > ' 1- � 1:16 p. M. BaiOEs; ^ ^ ir:;:WHEATr-DecombBr.; 8Iiiic::^anuary,: liexo; May, $1.00K. ; OATtfr^-^Uecembor. 433!; 'January, '^oSui^^Mombjr,, 64M,c; "pORlt^DooBmber, $81.5; " ^�"'''�iD^oeinher, Si.Ui^; January, $B.82W;" �it 8.37^. 1 s- .i-in; IBa-Deciinber, $4.70; January, $6,05; iMay, J5.05.'glS.07)i. ^ d General Banking Bv^ness Transacted, Interest, Paid on Savings Aooounts aind Time Deposits. Insurance Effeoted in Beliable Oompanies'ttf Current JSfatesJt^M Moneif to Loan on Real Estate on Mdsrfavoralil&l^ ... ..CQrrf,8ppo.dcnc.e .or .Rer8onal,.lntefvlew,..SdicJtecll^w-^A"'^ - M. ,A. r ' . . - -r-dbawb IK-] Lumber, Latb, Shingle^, Pickets, Blinds, Mouldings, Bui|ding,Papfer;^} Owing to thfl low price of fawn',pi;^ttof flji ness I have concluded Jo ofter^unusiwllpjijo^i � the condng Beaspnj'^-Bx^ngtin you? " �'^='- mnAra. � ......................- � - ------ 8?4?33?36677 ;