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   LeMars Sentinel (Newspaper) - October 10, 1890, Lemars, Iowa                                LE MAiRS, IQWA^ FRIDA:^, OOT0BER 10, 1890. ISSUED SEMI-WEEKLY. -----^----- $2.00 PER YEAB[| IS'What we can say for our new stock. In fact it is too large for our store-room. So we are about to enlarge it, which will give us a floor.surface of 24x160, including the firfet and second stories of our building. This im-Qiense stock compels us to make 11 Jl Whith' will be done by offering a high grade of vgoods^at very low prices, such prices as willtteriiig-plenty of buyers for our Cleanj EreBhrnoiBk of New and Stylish Suits for business work or dress purposes. No doubt this assortment includes just y GUI'idea of a suit; you will find it Al in material and finish. We guarantee all-around' satisfaction to any man with judgment enough to know a real good thing when he sees it. Merit wins the world around.   "Quality Makes the Price Gheap." We have a great variety of Boys' Gloth-ing and can make most any parent proud oi his or hei* boy. Our stock of Hats, Caps, Gloves, Trunks, Valises, Men's Shoes and Furnishing Goods is very complete. NEVER have we shown such a line of Mr and Cloth Overcoats, Underwear, I^eckwear, Hosiery or Shirts/ COME AND GET,THE BEST AT Bow's ^One Price Main StreeVIi^MaTO(:i^wa. and Norfolk, Neb.  ' ^ 'OK? 'S MR The President Puts in a Busy Day at Galesburg. HE SALUTES BRIGADE COMRADES, Is Ro-eleotod Fresident off tlie Agsoola-tlon, Partioipateg in a Corner Stone I'ayliig,  Make* Appropriate Speeches  flnd Attends Two Banquets. Galesburg, Els., Oct. 9.-At the station here the president was met by Mayor Stevens and a local 00 mmittee, who acted as an escort to the Union hotel. There was an enormous crowd at the station and lining the street. The president was received with continued cheering. The presideot held a brief reception in the hotel parlors. � At 11 o'clock the president and party were driven to the grand stand in the public square, where he reviewed the parade. The first part of the procession was composed of �J,')00 school children, Then followed the veterans of Gen. Harrison's old brigade. They stopped a dozen times and cheered the president. Ab the veterans passed the stand the president's eyes fiUed with tears. The review was concluded at 11:5^ a. m. The president has determined to leave Galesburg to-night as soon as the brigade banqjuet is over. The president will arrive at Burlington at 10 o'clock and remain about a& ho;tr. ; From the review stand the president was driven to the court house, where a grand stand had been erected. Mayor Stevens delivered an eloquent address of welcome. At the conclusion the president said: "The magnitude of this great assemblage fills me vrith surprise and consternation as I attempt to speak to you, I came here with the expectation that the day would be spent chiefly in the companionship of the old brigade, but to my surprise I find that the First brigade, for the first time. in Its history has been captured. They seem to be swallowed up in the concourse." The president expressed the hope thatjthe opportunity would occur to shake them all by the band and to assure them that since the muster-out day he had borne them all in affectionate remembrance.     : At tlie I.aying; of the Cornerstone of Alumni halli Dr, Newton Bateman, LL. D.,  that has had a great career of usefulness In ! the past, and is now entering upon the field of enlarge^ usof ulncssi Welay this corner stone-and dedicate this institution to truth,' purity, loyalty and the love of Ood; [Applause], i The corner stone was placed in position and the president with a:small silver trowel spread the mortar around its base. The benediction: wasi pro-, nounced. This closed the ceremony* and the president was then' driven to the hotel, where be was the guest of the local committee at luncheon. The president had to hnrry through lunch, for he was; due at the First brigade reunion, and it was after 3 o'clock when he sat down at the table. Just after luncheon^ and while he was preparing to go to the reunion, the president received an; old lady,sister of his former instructor, .Joseph N.Porter, who, much to the president's amusement, showed him a letter by him to his instructor in ld4B, when the future president was but lU years old.        ' Adjutant General Vance of Ulinois, also presented to the president a letter, of .regret from: : GovernorviFifer, � who was unable to attend: the reunion.  It was nearly 3 o'clock when the president, under escort of Col, Dan Dnstin of^ Chicago, was driven from the i hotel to the opera bouse, where the brigade ire^ union was held.  Seccretary Tracy and; Gen. Grosvenor remained-at the hotel. When the president entered the opera bouse he was greeted with, cheers which were, renewed when be took v a seat on, tbe�tage.. Col.'.Dustin addressing,the!' president announced to him bis UDaulmoiuBe-eleotlon-' OS president of the assooiAtion. ' The?! announcement ~ was   received '-with' cbeers~ and appIanBe.~^The'^president' acknowledging tbeigreetingi'addressed bis old^comradesat some'length. - , ;y A :^At the' concltudon'of the - remarks' ot the presidentV Gol;*>>I>nBtiniintrodQoed; Representative ^.''Henderson of-IllinoiSf' who made a brief-'speech. -At its cofa;', elusion'; the'.veterans .-^ filed across the' ''stageand'Bbook:band84;with thepresirj dent.�Many/oftbe-greetingB seemed to^ effect'the president'deeply'and'his voice broke more than 'once�as, he acknowM edged, them. From the > opera'boused tbe>president;was.:idrLven',i^^ttQvtbe hotels where be retired'to his room to obtain J a little rest.  In the evening be attended a banquet given by the Jhi" Delta^.Tbeta-sbciety at college-ball and: a\ banquet given-:l)y,  'tbepres^dentpaiaV " '    'r"' If ,I we're'to'select a watchword that J would have every young mun write above the d�K>r on hig'heart: it wtoold.be that good \rard fidelity.'know atn,o bettent:.The mantwho' mwts every bbHgation to the .family 00410*: WQiety, to the state and tohtaoonntry, wi4i Ills'God' to'the^very best measure of bis imiller8' assof-ciation rof i|tbe �tate of Pennsylvania;^ which baa^beenxiur session here for the past twordsys) ladjonmed. ; The morning was taken^ >np-.with discussions of the topics touched npan in the essays read - before" ,the ,association. Invitations were received' from Philapelphia, Wilkesbarre andvAJtoona to bold (the next meeting i:ti'those cities. The mat ter was referred.' ^ The president will appoint a: committee of fave to protest to railroad .comftsaies-against > freight discrimination. 17 The ICewCralBer Maine. New Yore, Oct.. 9.-Some of the last work before the, new cruiser Maine is launched is .nowv being! done. The work of plating.-is being finished, and workuaen-are }  riveting the bulkheads inside. .tTbOf water-tight doors to keep the inner 1 bottom dry are being put in place and the stem tubes for-tbe propellor-sbafts are being bored oat andmade ready for nse. It is possible that some of the new pickel^teel armor-plates will be used on the Maine. It is desired that sl)g shall be as good as .possible in every way, and it is thought that some of,this compound metal may be used upon;her.before she is finished. Denonnoed  Catholic*  and Was Botton " Ened. ASBLA.ND, Minn., Oct. 9.-A tall, min* isterial fellow hired the town hall at Winnecone for. thre e nights and proceeded to de:ioanc3 the Catholic- faith;, in unstinted terms. - He was met out-' side after the performance and pelted with the oldest eggj to be had in the town. Hen fruic that was plucked on Monday was hurled at him Monday night. Ditto on Tuesday. He bays he will stay and v lecture as' long- asj he. Sleases, and violence isthreatened/if he;' OeS... �,; -.y'   � . .   .    , , Too-Mnoh Morphine.'   -  � �poNAWANDA,' N.' Y., Oct. 9.-Mrs.; Michael P'Brieii died' on" Oct. '4'"froin; the effects of aa overaose of r inorphlne.u said to have beeji'given'hy .Dr.iMurrayii of Clinton. ' Dr, Murray..gave her sev-f er al injoctious of. the drug ^ on. iOpt,. i,s andshe dieil'i'the itoUowing -^morning,*: D r; Mm-ray: cfaims that other -^doctorsi gave' her medicines-' before 'Be" was^l called, bnt tiiis-in denied.*'"A�post'mor,;/ tem examiuatiori basfbeenirorderedand'i an inquest-will-^ie held. D(8tli(gul*he''(l Oue'iu SteitmerPasVengsri.^ New YOkk;-* Oct, 9,-Among' ithe* Teutonic's pa^epgers.v�;ere.Hon,},J.i: ^Bapcer;. of .thS.iJaviis, .rohriiBe�Tjshoff,| Hon'. ',W.' ^Pitt'Keirogit, .the. D^kis". andt puchb=.8 of: Marlborough,' Mr. "Josephjf Tulisifer and Hon Lelan'd Stanford.I On the City of New York were-Ghm."�'Rob-hert^ et-Piesident of-^tbeiTransvaal, and -his'familyj'andtThiBddpreiThomasi'i! |   , OutlTaBrle., ' Pew, Ycbk', , Oqt.,l9.-.EYei7flMh4/W qnie^^on .the ..�ri;t,-^'^iii^d. ^Seqcm^c �iMPres]dent:Tbbm^has.aBnt-:i.. .'.Tl>o.01>;iin|ilaiiOaniBf^-jn,;,?":. -\NbwYobk, Oct, 9,TrA- Bpe^4(cable^ to a.sporting.-paper^from 'Loadi>ii> luiyti kW: O'GoDU0r.,'FtUe-oliaqipi9n ;oaTsm�iiJof 08tel�� ELi>HiA, Oct. 9.-While Detectives Bond and Murray were in a South street pawn shop a young man entered with a parcel and asked an advance on its contents. Noticing the detectives he hurriedly departed, remarking that he would call again. The pookage contained a handsome dress, which the detectives believing it to have been stolen took; to the Central station, where they learned that the chief had been notified of the theft of costumes and diamonds belonging' to Pauline Hall from the Newark theatre Tuesday night; Chief Wood at once telegraphed to Newark asking that some one come on to identify the dress. About 5 p. m. Manager Stone, of Miss Hall's company, arrived at the station. He identified the garment and asked: "Where are the Jewels?" The police answered that they knew nothing of them, whereupon Mr. Stone thrust his hand into a sleeve of the dress and pulled,out a silk stocking rolled-into a small ball. Unfolding this he poured out before the astonished detectives a I big handful of diamonds and pearl jewelry. Mr. Stone said the jewels represented a value of $35,000. Miss Hall disposed of her valuables in that apparently . careless manner to . throw thieves off the scent. Obviously the thief knew nothing of the diamonds. Mr. Stone returned to Newark with the recovered property. ATXEMPTBD ASSASSINATION. : Ex-Congressman Breckinridge Narrowly Escapes Death. LiTTiJE Rock, Ark., Oct. 9.-Private information has been received from a responsible source that an attempt was made toassasinate ex-Congressman C. R. Breckinridge on Monday night at Center BidgCi Conway county, He is con-ductinghis canvas for re-.election, and while he was : speaking a cap was snapped at his back outside the window where a large crowd had gathered. It was abont four feet from where he was standing. The report attracted much attention on the part of the audience, 'many of whom went out of the house to investigate. He completed his speech however, and on his return to his notel Mr. Norman, a citizen of this place, was knocked down from behind with a slung shot. A Vessel Captain's Bevenge. Toledo, 0., Oct. 9.-At 8 o'clock last evening Capt. Mike Enright, a prominent vessel captain, met his wife walking with a man named William Murphy. Enright pulled a revolver and shot Mm-phy through the mouth. Murphy ran and Enright sent three bullets into his wife's body, one passing clear through her neck, another in at her back and clear throngh her body, coming out at her breast, while the third wentin nndei her arm, and up to date has not come out. The wife walKed home, but will probably die. Murphy -will live, bnt is badly hurt. Enright coolly rode home on a street car, but was arrested and is lodged in jail. Held-Up in a Crowd. Kansas City, Oct. 9.-A most daring robbery was committed at Rosedale, a suburb of this city. A robber entered the store of Wm. Mann, whon the store was full of customers, drew his revolver, and,.leveling.it at the proprietor's bead, ordered him to hand over the money in the cash drawer and safe. Mann was paralyzed by fear and the customers by surprise. The proprietor was forced to hand over the. cash, $2S0. The robber then escaped and has not ) (fcua  -Kemmler's i^deafhiwas.iDstantaneous.,. The doctor ^f^eSttha^eath .by-electricitr is 1far t more liamane^.t iban. uby, ;,han^g.. j He reoommends ,'.tbe oonspmction of a iDaildiilS; In, the .central part of,the; *" ij^ere.al^ .the. execntionsi should; ipUjlcef and: ..where': eleotrial: pUhtsl -"-Sdoptedforsuch.work shSuld War'Indlet'A)liwelnfui.th.>  -."^KocKfOBD, His.; Oct. ^ �.-State At-"!,1�rney A. Works,' in his ' charge ' to iOtp^ifmaik jury which convened..here ..f^i,)tbeeU-�tyle4 diyiniiy, * George. J4cob Schw�infurtb, apd asked, the body to Inyratigate.tHem. - It is. probable that an' indictment .nvrill: lie Tfound; against iScbweinfnrth. The sheriff served pa-'l�rp on the.dwellersinri'Heaven" to ap-; ^pear l>efore;th6 grjind jury, >.       *      ^ ^, BcniiOB En Bonta'TorXeavenwortU; '; ; Pamdbk. N.,''f ;,;p(!t:"-;�.i-The ,reflui-., ^^tiQnj.g their purchnses, assuring them that they will not be undersold by any one-quality of goods being considered. � Kluckhohn & Kerberg REL^ FRONT,  OPERA HOUSE BLOCK, LEMARS. Have now their stock complete iof seasonable goods.  Ladies will find: it to their interest to look over the mammoth stock of White Goods, Embroideries, Dress^ Goods, And ihe LATEST TRIMMINGS. Corsets and Hosery.' By your Dresses of Kluckhohn &,Kerberg and get a pattern free with every suit.     Fine Shoesifrom$1.00:up for everybody. BEELY & FISSEL Have had a rush and sold a large amount of goods at their remarkably low prices The wholesale houses have stocked them up with-another large stock of the very Latest and Finest Goods in the Market.: They are again overstocked and will reduce prices accordingly. NEW STYLES OF PARLOR ANDt BEDROOM SUITES Antique Oak And Sixteenth Century Finish.     , A We have the exclusive sale of the MoLBAN'S SWINGING ROCKER. Also a fresh invoice of LADIES'OAK ROCKERS, in Sixteenth Century Finish. They also keep the nicest and most complete stock of picture frame mouldbigs in the city. ;       . All Kinds of Repairing Neatly Done. Undertaking and Embalming a Specialty. BEELY & FISSEL, 'LeMars,       -       - .     -       iowaii OverLeMars NattonalBank^..Do. a|'Real Estate and (.Chattel buhaeH.< Negotiable Papers bought.  Fire and Toronado Insurance in Reliable Companies. , , ALSO. AGENTS FOR THE     , "     ,   ' MUTUAL LIFE INSURANCE OoiyiPANY t     LARGEST LIFE INSURANC�-C0MPANT-IN--THEJ4W(DlRLD ESTABLISHED REPQTiTlOH'FOR FAIR DEALIRG. Imber, .Liitli^vlpg^t�?lcJet8i STQNi:^^irat[g^80FT. OQ ^1 Offices alK L aber'c 1477   

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