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LeMars Sentinel (Newspaper) - October 28, 1890, Lemars, Iowa XX,.NO. 86. LE MARS, IOWA, TITESDAjI? , OCTOBER 28, 1890. ISSUED SEMI-WEEKLY. 12.00 PER YEA] ^SliJtME^LOANS and COLLECTIONS '" ' * Low INTEREBT for money oa real estate.  Mosey PAtD Oveu as soon as papers are made out. , ,: �  , , No lUTBRBBT Dhb until end of year. /BBal Estate bought and sold. -^r.-:,. ' -MbNBT TO LOAW'ON InBTAIXMKNT PlAN on city property. ,, . ^ i- BbBBOWBBB -WILL SAVE MoHBY byoe^i- ing withme, , I * Olflce- over Dlehl's Drug StorevitleM*^ Iowa. 88* \; ' and Sa^le Stable "''ConTejrtaceto'any'partiiof theconntry fnhi-Mhed on short notice. "TermaTeaionable ^ Oar teams srs tood roadsters and oar vehiolee new and 'beat.' ''Boi'sndbamagewagonraninoonneotion wltb: tbei Union'fiotitv'Pasefengers; and baggage � taken to any part of tbe city; Telephone. No. 83.:  HOYT & GOUDIE. A CiFLMAT Mobile Suffers Severely from! a Sunday Fire. THE WIND FANNED THE FLAMES; And Wharves, Craft. of Various 'Degr^et Cotton OIns, Wareliouse^ and Oil Mills' and Tlieir |0ont�nts Are Food for^^he Rngliig Elements. Bain & Ketcham LUMBER WAGONS, MABSEILLESAltD'ADAMS, JtaBd:andPoierS]ii)lletsMM Mills, ' star, Chiimpion and Adiuns ; -J Hand and r Underground Force Pum^j BRASS CYLINDER POMP. All jpbds Warranted. BAILEY & CO. 71*tf OusIlaerling's old stand, t T 'IJTIioro'- is no line 8o..handL. ^Vr onah' Passenger Serrioe as ."The -ti�Une"-C!.. St.P.,M.&O.B'y. All well posted travelers between THE Twin Cities aad Chicneo take this line .ulp I for Vest. latlj; tavoriDg the "Vestibole Umited,^ which sSpatnee thennestBleeping;care and eoaoheseveri w;.bailt,:andalso all'^olasses'of passengers, witboDt ;ettr# fares. :i0u the liake Superior portion of the .rline.^betweenMmnoapolis, St:*^ vvand8t;'PaalandfAshU>nd,>FqIlman'Bleeper8 are .V van on night trains and parlof.cars on day trainsi :;^;Igk>BTH-WESTERN ~ ir.tliionsh:traip8 are also'ranbetween''Min'ne-lUilStiJ^nl and Kansas City, via Sioux Clj*^ Uman sleepers-ihe entire distance; St. ,KDnsasGity,;SaltIiakoi'SanFtaii^ i(��n�!.^5jiJ>lpiog-;QarS?'aroiriin4pfeali; |i;t)ver':thisiUne;beiweeii?Hiiif """" ', a^ tonne a operaiedasUiH hnetothePaoifie co_ ,____ aor, St. Paul & Union I^ULp^dne ars witli mapH ami time table I at an� atatii n or writv din l t to Tl^BlltLI' HenllaiW Agt Hi Panl Hinn IPifflocks,; us'' Movements m mi'- Spring- U Blways^on Mobile, Ala., Octi a?.-The most dls-:, astrous conflagration Mobile has  h!ad since the war started at 11:80 a. m. The fire began in a shingle mill and fkc-tory near the river front, just- outsidoi the northern boundary of the city libi-its. A strong wind from the northeabt, perhaps a twenty-mile breeze,., was blowing,'and the flamessoon'commn^i-; cated to the ^ootton^warehouses which, line the river front from Beauiegalrd street, the northern :;boundary; southward six blocks and from the river front westward to Magnolia streJet, three blocks. .From; the shingle mill{ to �Goodman's warehouse on the blcjck bounded by Front, Beauregard; Water and Lipscomb streetsr the distanc^ js; abont six' hundred yards, and alm6Bt as soon as smoke was seen issuing from the roof, the cotton blazed up. |ln Ooodman's there was stored abont nine, hundred bales of cotton afld the sparks from this cottoa, carried by the wind, next "cominnnicated the flames to Brown's warehouse-on: Lipscomb and' ' Water and running back to Magnolia' street to the southwest > to the .Mobile Oil mills, which was next south on the east side of Front street, and to the: whdrf front to the Mobile and Birminig- � ham Railroad; company; which fronted' on the water from Baauregard to Lips-' comb streets. The inflammable' character of the material wliich fed the flames and the quarter gate of wind that was blowing Caused the Fire to Spread with lightning-like rapidity, and'before 2 o'clock in the'afternoon it looked, as if itheflre.would spread from end to end of the water'front of the city. Before the Mobile oil mills; in that com-v; pany's water slip, were two steamer^, the Jenrel and the Miiry ;EJ^iza^^^ alw.tbe steamer Helen S,' the tug maV-': garet Lienhar.1 and the government snag boat Warren. Half a dozen men gotttte boats ont'o.f the slip into the stream; saving all but the Jewel' at^d'i the Mary Elizabeth; which.baraei.rap-' idly to' the water's edge The flames swept on down the wharf tofithe city. At the next slip; fronting: > near the foot of Adams street; were'tUe river steamer 'ButKy. .vtwo napM^ launches, and foor^r'^flve cotton and limber tugs,'all of which" were gai'into mid-stream with only "slight mjury; ex- ^ ceptthesteaoiar: Rath and the naphtha yacht Qeneral'rFowlsr; which'were de-: �troyed in a.few moments. The water-front wharves-were entirely burned 'from?Beanregard street on the north to' St. Louis street, the Flames Leaping the 'Wharf Slips , s hurdle racers leap the stone wall. A large amount of'Cottoii,% which was olosely packei in the' warehoused and (presses amid.'theinflammal)le character; of the material which fed-the, flames, made the fire ani'intensely hot one,j m>l. the'high wind caused it to spread so rapidlyvthatit^ai impossible for the fire department to do n^ore ttian stand idly by and see it burShThe fire burnad rapidly among th3ooH|i ware? l houses and presses. , When QoodmiQ's warehouse was in^'a'blaze smoke w^" seen issuing frou^Bfown's cotton ware-hon8e;rroot,^v>^"j;^ewiuaTe'"away,'^ oa the northeast corneV of''Water street, and; at the same moment th' Gulf City oil mill;ontheieastsidaofsOomaierae, bsr ,tweea Adams and^ Lipsc3Jib streets; with warehbose.^whioh was' scored full uf cotton oil, oil cake ail m il bl iz )d out, and the firemea ail tlu Ifga;:: crowd jof bpootatoni.whiLh h\l gathi red^^ in the vicinity had 't,i sm Flea from thh MvaAViInf >lamet Tliere wa'i*naw ni iiti'> tu th fl'�mi monai^^^l 1 ex( ept hv'a diapeaa-itna of 'prov idlnsMs ternoon^'j^K Almost iinraediateK'tlie 'flames Bpre^% '^^^^fi^M^M^-from build'ng to bnillii^ untifoEge^Vj L\aa'8.Brtl streets atdClMi Merchants'prnis were destro>el ^^|^^t this writin; the prop rty deitro>6Ji8� Ui|4>JPvmeapt cotton,, threp,^ dno-naphthi lau ich, eleven oan,igrain laden, btlongiuK to tliefM|M' bile and Ohio RMlr->al c nupt i r^fifcfj empt> bi)x^;^piH-o(� the Mobilo|fatl|f .Birmingh unload, two.wood andt^^l - " ' HnitilTiAoelne roil and llooam* in Ihe locality Ho'far there have-l> ^3�^ry.exptodediife MnriiHifliTMinif the yraxi It is estimated the exceed t650>N).i:.\ THE'CHOI^BBA KPIDEMIO. Th'oDreail Disease Making; a Deadly Path' In the Old World.- , W'ashington, Oct. 37.-Advices received by tlie marine hospital bureau from the ;United States consul at Naga-zabi, Japan, riipart 1,095 pew cases of cholera and v^;} deaths from this disease during the period from Aug. 18 to Sept. 11. From tile outbreak of the epidemic until Sept. 14 there :have been :3,lh� cases and 3,081 deaths. Advices received at' the bureau from the United States consul at St; Helena report the vppearance of cholera at Meskene and Aleppo. :.. Advices from Spain state that the cholera epidemic continues, but its .pr^sence'in Barcelona is not offiuinlly confli'uied; ; Reporls from Abyfisinia say that the epiaemic is intense in the localities occupied. by Italian troops, ;ahd at: MnsBowuh about sixty deaths occurdaily fromthedisease. ; 'Reports fi-om Russia state that the actual presence'of. cholera is not re-ported;:l)ut some citiestn the south are suspected . but nothing de;!inite is known. Reports from France state that the sanitary condition is very satisfactory, andno cases of cholera have beea re-; ported. "The report of Italy states that according to information received from private sources' many fatal' cusas ;of � cholera have" occurred ill Veuice. The Italian: government .has 'deferred the return : of troops' from the Eji Se* colony. ; Advices I from Codstantinopla.iii/ thit �ther late choleric reportS'are> vei'y un-. favorable, and show that - the ep ide luic is increasing i in ex ten t ana -ia ceiisi ty. ': :The appearance' of the disease :at ; Aleppo; to which place it waft imp irted from' Meskene;,is,'very serious. On Sept. 11 and J2 'nine deaths were re^ ported'out of fifteen cases. Death In h Wreck. Bradfobd, Pa., Oct.- 37. - At 4 o'clock a. m.y near Baech Tree Junction, Pn., on the Buffalo; Bocheiter and Pittsburg railroad;: enjjiiie Xi.}. i82 was pulling ( alieavy. coal, train up: a steepgrade. The train: broke in two,-tbe torwurd end being carried over .ttie: t summit of the hillaud tbonce downi to Beech Tree, a distance of. two miles:; This BHCtion ot the train was there side;  tracked and Engineer Casey:^ steamed back after I,the? other' section. When half way rup the'hill; the: Oars-he was after came'down :t�begrade'and'crashed into the engine.''sThe tender and cab were' wrecked- and C^eey was caught between the ^tender and boiler. His left leg was ground to a pulp.> Fireman Fitzpatnch and Conductor Crawford escaped-l>y jumping. 'Brake-man- Lacid;wuo WHS'liding' on iihe" eur 'gine-was caught and terribly 'mangled about the' body. -iCasey died of his irijnriesi'^'Lacid lifageiMjuntiT4 o'clock' before death relieved him. Blew~Out the Gas :Gambler, lUOUDLE AT BOCK SPRINGS MINES Depredations Bellevoil to Uuvo lioon .. Committed by DlHSntlxnud Miners-Be-bollloHS Convicts in Micliiguii-A South Diikotii 1Voniun;i|tIeld for niiirder. Oldest M. �. Churolt in America. New Yoiut, Oct. s7.-^The old John Street M. E. chiirch^ the.blrtest M. E.t| church infAlmerlca',,celebrated its l3Uh 5anniver8ary^,VKev, ,:b. > pI-,-^Raymond.' ^-r. .rir -t.' ~i'-'-ia^ht QfjWesleyaii'dni., '''^"wPlbMeatlsfrlf' James'^de'r' Whttef  Hilt OBt W -A'B ifyyOot^'ia^f^pn^to^ - ^ CinoAao, Oct;. 27. - Ex-Alderman William P. Whelan was fatally shot at an early hour Faro Dealer Hathaway. Between 4 and 5. JO a. m. ex-Alderman William P. Whelan sat down to take an; early breakfast with Matt Morgan in ihe latter's reitauraut and saloon at No. 330 State street. They had just|begua to eat when a gambler nanaed;^George H. Hathaway came stalking i through the room and stopped immediately in front of the table at which (Whalon and Morgan were seated. Hathaway, who was intoxicated, made some remarit, apparently offensive; when Whelan sprang to his feet and' idvauced, Hathaway at once pulled a heavy 44-caUbi'e revolver and fired,>'ithe ball going through Whelan's left groin, out at his back, and 'imbedding:: itself in the wall. Whelan was taken to the Michael Bees hospital; where'.:he died at3:3o'in the afternoon. ' ^ Hathaway was arrested .and lodged in thfeCentral station. r - ; ;. . BubelUouj Vuiivluts. Jaokson; Mick, Oct. 27.-William Smith, a 6olorpd convict, Friday, choked ConvicfcrCasey: in the prisoij blacksmith shop: tor some imaginary 'ofteHse; On,being ordered into the liail master's ofBce Smith grabbed an ',irou'Sledge and'Smashed six iron working'machines, 'valued at $3,000. The: .)Vi4gua shopshad to be shut' down in Consequence. Smith was placed in' a cell and Saturday taken out and the warden talked to him; Smith was rebellious; said thoy liad treated him-badly, and fought tour keepers and the iwarden. He wasiplaced in the solitary for six months;; ;Befor6 the Smith affair Convict Burke attempted to put out Foreman Boyle's eyes by; pouring a gallon of green paint over, his head as he came up the} stairs. Boyle had reported'Burke the day before for not doing his'daily;task.' \Mi.AAPxetty GlrUi^Terrlble Experience.- Chicago, 0th'er^e-.. -terminatidnand accompanyJhim�iin'^^| ' Thornton, drew his .pistol; 'and^shot'i Robinson "I'dead; rand^.in -at-;^ {t6ajp'Eiagf,^gh66t^eV^the>bkll�:s bia 8 weett^eart. > He;has been7arrest6d.alson|u4 Uer Hiub lutl, 'jlJount^arr^ste'd f/Lr^ �ck onthf-S^ri^m^y^^^ h r iui-.^iH RvrriLk,n)ir- ^%isoa a fsy.�!ayS:agQ:i^^:W^> The wholesale confectionery and baking establishment of Robert J. Miller at Philadelphia was totally destroyed by fire. Loss, $3.5,000. The Nebraska soldiers' reunion will be held at Plattsmouth, Nov. 18, 19 and 30. At New York James Kelliher, a drunken cigarettemaker, quarreled with his wife and then went out in the hall of his home and stabbed himself with a table knife. .The dead body of John Bolton was found Bitting on his horse, near Pay-son, Utah. His gun had been discharged accidentally; blowing off ialf of hiS'head. , ' ' ' ' - George W';Cumming8, the youthful' stagerobber; who stopped- the Willetts and Ukiah (Cal.) stage a few weeks ago, was sentenced to ten years' imprisonment. ' : The steamship Peking, from China", brought 561 cases of prepared opium; valued at $133,000; the duty on which amounted to $80,000. Jimmy McLaughlin is to receive $10,-000 salary and $3.'5 for winning and $10 for losingmounts for riding for F. C. McLewee & Co. next year, ' During a quarrel at the engine house at'Reading;Pa.v Richard Engle, the driver of the Friendship Fire company; was struck on ihe head with, a chair by Joseph Frantz, a member of the company, and,his skull was fractured.-, He cannot recover. Lieut. Samuel L. Jaokson; United States marine corps, died at the naval' hospital, Chelsea, at 6:80 a. m., of,. gastric fever, after a sickness of only a few days. The juryin the Bath murder trial at Rochester N.rY.;j returned a verdict finding Crane guilty of murder in the; second degree. hring a race t^ght between Poles and Hungarians at Soranton; Pa.; An-idroPedito had his skull crushed and several others were wounded. Judge William B. SneU, ex-judge ot the Washington police court, died BudS denly at his-^residanoe in; Washington^ A. Kamman, ex-president of the Ger^ man Bank of Dubuque, died in that city, aged 65 years. ' The; division ilieadquai'ters of. -the; -Winona and Southwestern railway has ^finally been located at Osage; la.', and their:roundhouse;etc.; will be erected.; The shoe factory of LeightonBrothr ers.^three. residences, seven storeSi and a.blockjof l^ioarding' houses were bumed" in East'Pepperell.-^iMass.,-causing aloss: of- |800,00ject8.'are;depleti^g^het8eal:'fiaaeriea$| ^^FreatnckTX. Read.'special&iaitepinF chancery, sold^theTex^diviBion^'ar^hli *h4$d^imMme', road wastbough*; tor^the stockholders. ^ ^ C ^-' | ;Gardinal Gibbons expresses,his eym^'^ ^thr'w'ith'the iniMibtfof''the Irrsli li^a^^ ' tionalists in- America. ^,{Omaba,iB to bfe'-made the termmua of' from^BW'i'Moinll;^; Morgan's steam yacht Katrina,v with the'owner and a crew^ of thirty andXansas Cityj El^D. Morgan's men on cocIeF till'on* , st(upfe�'rocKp^aal^^ -tong-Islawir �^^|Mfca escaped; , ^SKgBw^m^ 1^ Quebec ^Telegram Haolare^m �ttenns^hat^e^i^fa^t|- ' ~* ia^i^moBt univejr^l inQneF"> " :( vt^.^ v, - tesidence on Plymouth Street, , 'LEMABStlOW^^.. SucOESSOB To'TOWSEND BROS., -DEALEEIN- ^'"V i -^n, Habd asp Soft Coal, Stoii� ind Bukk '' , >H(^ving^purchaBed thelnmbei^andco^.buBlneas'bl Tonnbend'Urosi^ai I wgnld respectfully ask for further continuanre of youi patronage at thOy old ftaiu and^ivillvstrlve by'faiF'and'Square dealingitoiinerlt^ ^ ''YJ't^ a! W.'PARTRID&F �John Foulk, Iflife-^JojS^ pSiff< bStrt Chicago, and weU^kn:qwQ- counterfeit-^ .erB, wero i � n\ii.ted of counterfeiting in the Uhiti d statoj co^rt at Pittblmr bf jI^SL'MiVlirf*' murdwof Johni-n^N* m ;|i|!ier,.iat[i;'5Mi^�S5ifii(!^ Offices at ;