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   LeMars Sentinel (Newspaper) - October 17, 1890, Lemars, Iowa                                LB MARS, FRIDAY,OOTOBEB 17, 1890. ISSUED SEMI-WEEKLY. $2.00 PER YEAR : Your Dollar'^does double duty when it buys Good-GbodS-cheap. It isiroiir^MsihesB to give the most for Tiiilfseason we shall give finer qualities aiiii^gfreater values for every dollar that j^lM^jij^!?c^r'our'couDters than ever before. A Late and Startling: Bulletin from Syracuse, N. V. XHE LELAND HOTEL 0E8TR0T ED. Mantra Reporta. Paolara that Fifty Par-COM H*�� Ferlihail In s Fira Starting -at la. m., wlilch Sapldir Coniumad the BiilIdlnK. Mi Jur Fourteen Hundred jlEi!lotli' ^i!�)iis:a^?iehtoce. tb show you through pnr greati^iiBS&rlinient of I K flats,-dapS) Nedwear; .DndemeiH', ^ WtefiJVND FLANNEL SHIRTS, SSiv, SmrOveisffofesiFeltrBootsjGerman Socks, Etc ' '........t& Oldves, Mittensi ' Syracubk, Oct 16.-The Leland hotel is on fire. It is the largest hotel in central New York. The fire started at 1 o'clock. rlfty Uvea T.oit. BooHBBTBR, Oct. 16.-A telephone/ meaeage from Byraonse at 2:15 a. m. Bays it U reported that  U;60 p. mt^and; invthirty .minutes.,afterw.atd' tbebuilding' was entirely enveloped in j flames. The numbarof-^killed is estimated at twenty-five at this houn. : Among those injured- is.Gqra^::Tanner//an actrese, who was severelyfbumed vabont ^ the hea^andfeet. 'Bhe'was'.playinsau'eu^^ gagement.at the Qraad .opera houa^' and had a room in the hotel.' i iiBvery.physician in Syracuse'ia on tWj ground. -'liiiaB .-rTanner^a is the only' aiime :ao far obtained:> Most' of'those Milled ; were onftW^i^^ atoriesi. >. The i total ,1 oss -.will reach f ^$800,000. Frank Casey mfOlen-B Falls, .N. Y.;: �&d'�mll'Forbe8,' �-prominent brewer  d -Byracnse; 'are-among the dead; The fire, >!rhoh started in.thekitcheui, spread by. means of the 'elevator ' wuW Kwhloh waa.naaT^the stairway, and. ao all means of;; escape'^were,,cut: off and; thoae-iu the upper .atories were; eompeUediiVovto^;; :jump,r^':Tha^ Vclerkj af.>'-uie^ ihotel began - sendingr^'>inij tUe-alam^br tolephoneV^but' the iflameiC! jlsp^feadsorapidly.that'iha :'Waa4^driJren'i' aBAKIWO VP MB HOIWOK A Mnwliar of Xatter Day Balnta mConrt far ITnlBwrul OobabltutlotiiV Bali Laxb Citv, .Utah, Oct. liJ.- I, Liambert, John Jones, and a man named Anderson wore arrested charged with unlawful cohabitation. Lam1)eii.t imd Anderson gave bail in the ium of $1,000, but Jonea failed to give bonds, and was sent to prison to await the action of the grand jury. Natliun'Hanson, chorged with unlawful cobalrita-tion, pleaded not gnilty beiore 'Judgre Zune. J, M. Keongh, charged wllh the Btime offense, pleaded guilty, and he will be sentpnceti Nov. Hi. James But-lev was oonvictttd of unlawf ul.cahabita.-tion befove ilTiilge Blackmore, atCrpvo,, and WRS sentenced to six months the penitentiary. The case of Joseph "^DiiU warten for the same oSens e at''Prove went over till next term. Snear Trust Offlolola Eqjolnrfl. New York, Oct. 16.-Justice jPratt, of the supreme court, Brooklyn, has granted temporary iujuntion on tiha application of Duncan Cameron iigainsi all the officers and trustees of the Muorar trust, restraining them from parting with any of the assets of the trust and from voting upon or parting with any of the stock of the individual compa-nieti composing the trust. The \ court also enjoins Messrs. Kidder, Feabody.& Co. from proceeding with their plans of reorgiinization of the trust and tne Central Trust company from receiving any certiiicates under the reorganization plan. ��� �        �     -   .    �'��'�ii'i':- � ' Bow Dillon anil O'Brien BUiapad. DUBUN, Oct.   I'l.-United ttoland gives an account of the escape of lUessrs, Dillon and O'Brien, from' whictt ic ap-i pears they were rowed from ^Dulkey at midnight on . Friday and-boarded a yachtWhichwaaawaiting thaminthe ,offlng..^They met with nOiajfefiial ad-! venture on the trip exceptfs that off i Quernsey the yacht, was chased by jf |! coast revenue cutter, but owing to the bad.weather the plirsuit was, abandoned. They landed at Gherborg< in fine health and spirits.congratulating them-aelvefi on their gooa lu-^k. A'Naw Onnboat.' V CHKETEKi Pa., Oct. 16.-The gunboat Concord' made her: last uuofficiAl trip; leaving Roach's shipyard at 9:4').': The tun of sixty-six miles was made : in S hours 10 minutes,,and Chief:Engineer" Peck stales everything worked g: iy; The Concord is about coi ! and Will be reported to the 'n partment in a tew days, when cial trip wilt be made. A Haw Trial tor BIliiuHi; Dbs:MoiNESi la., Oct. 16:t^ tft*imiS'%J)iBHt3fi't^^^ Billings, appellant, from Blackhltwki county, the decision of the lower court.   ; iBON'MoujiTAiir, Mich.,'0cfc.~16.-Fii^'' I men were buried alive by 'a cave-lu' ^6t-,rgck in'shaft' X^o.^t^^of .the Lndington I' iMSB/jand-tthiJBe/men 'iyrete'^^taikBn out dead.' ',\^t)rk?wa8-�t^bnQ^begun>tO)Ilb-erate ' the >impi^ned >:. menVi^^and i^^BiBons two of them were resoned. uninjured:' 'J. Fisher, was idiscovered 'almost'ooy;-J ered .with ore and pinned down' by. timbers. - He was ^aliye ^^hen found, I but died betoroihe could >,be "taken;6ut. �^William '/Bailey., and J^^^-.tPayis were! ~   ' wheuvthe'rescuing: party^reached The shaft, .was 'about tdi?{\$e i RUSH Fi PUCE Who Will Succeed the Associate Justice. Late ATTORNEY QENEBAL'g  CHANCES Seem Best, bnt Gresliam Influenco Is Felt ana BectetHry -Sulilo Is a FusslbllUy- Arrnngemeots fur CIcn. Belkiinji's Fu neriil-GoMlp from Washington. ''X>osed;:'iis'tlia'Indlan\'�aNsiah.;'^.'^ PoaiiE, S. p., Oet. ie.-Ten Ha,nclB.' fan Indian at Big FootV camp,.was ar-TiMted by;^,^^^ eiuie!iagency and throwii into the guard' house fbr'posing as tu^llhidtah:, Messiah, iHi^hes been perfotmliig'vwiei^^ jgoingiutp trances and-ajakinfg their; ao-I;.niUtlesi rations, and eyea^^m^ohey;: a^^ rpbniesVfrou^.^he, Buperstitibna^^^^^^ . '-:-rr-'\ ^fv.;'>.i*,flirte jDanvMaii-'Hp^wiiiiipaa ^.:KAKBAS|'CirT; tiighaiu.aform^caioin^ j^haU'teamiRnd'oneofthefirstprofesBional ^JiBS^ires^s^as.'s'^ |;M�,'?''iAllenif;..;.y(riEe'^^^^^ 5i3!h*)w6man gaye-'^^^^^^ IVactibnvthaib/he;hadVcirQini3'atioJ tM the' offioS' wm t�nd'-jn!7t Haas $c Huebsch, -dbalehb is- HARDWARE, H STOVES, TiNM'ake, GuTx-BBr, AMirowirioy, Em, Etc. "VISIT US," It will pay yi>u to look over our New and Elegant Line of Stoves, and get our prices befare purdmaiug elsewhere, we have the largest stock in thw citj BouonT for Cash, and bought right, and will be sold right, Cabi^ or No Cask : System. We will not be undersold by anybody in our line of busincssi this is  plain tnlk and we mean it. OUH MOTTO 18:  "Best Goods. Lowest PnicBS." -REUEMBER THE PLACE- HAAS & HUEBSCH, N. Main St-LeMars, lo. SPRING BR0S. MAY BE FOUND A8 USUAL, RlftHT AT THE FRONT WITH^ A FULL LINE OF THE "WOULD'S BEST" Gold Coin; Base Burners and Elailiiirst Surface B-uxning: Steves, ^-^r^:. With otiier approved lines for Pall and Winter trade, with everything:In- � : -:. COOKING STOVES, Kitchen Furniture and Every Kind of HARDWAllE that you ever, desire. They. . have also PInin and'Cbolce FXJR ISriT-CJRE) O! Eveiy descriplion to whicn they invite the citizens of LeMars asd those neigbboring towrns, who wish to buy, before makn.g their purchases', . assuring them that they will not be undersold by any' ^ one-quality of goods being considered. of Kluckhohn & Kerberg rel� front,  opbba house Block, lbmars.i^:.^ ;Have now tlieir slock complete of aeasonuble goods.  LiadieB will find:: it to their interest to look over the mammoth stock of While Goods, Embroideries, Dress^ Goods^ And the LATEST TRIMMINGS. Corsets and Hoaery.^^ ^     ^ ^^^^ By your Dresses of Kluckhohn & Kerberg and get li'pattem free with-every suit.     Fine Shoes from IliOO up for everybody-       . - BEELY & FISSEL. ^Hove had a rush and sold a large amount, of goods at their remarkably low prlceB.;; The wholesale houses have stocked them,up with another large stock of :;,' the very Latest and Fhiest Goods in: the Mnrkftt. They sie    , .^^ BgainoverstockedandwillreducepricesBCOordingly;^^^'^^^^^^^^^      : ': m Corn's PoMibilltlas. .W^ASHiNQTON,Oct.;16.-Col. Charles J. Murphy of. New^,York ; has been appointed special agent of the department of agriculture in -Europe, for special duty;in-resa*d,-to .theiufe amongiEuro-; peauBiof corn and cdrn.produots, and to '. present to EuropeauB it-he availalnlity fofcereals for Jhnmanpfoodi purposes, 'iSeieretary Busk ; believes! that� proper lundarfltanding- of the edible-Tftluoof! cornin its many cittractive forme would' greatly increase its.uae among the peO-; ^ple bf.^Europe for this purpose, whereas at pT^sent'ita'UBein caufiued to cattle' : feedibg purposes; with the result that; ; but fl! very small par cent, of the crop is exported.   Col. -^Murphj-   labored] earnest y to secure, van American corn: lexhil^tat'the Paris' exposition, and 'morerecently has conducted a similar; exhiUt at the> international, exposition at lidinbnrgh. .'His: work has. been^uite ^faroi^ably commented upon by Euro^: pean journals. '_ A Ooaferanca. Oct., 16.-^A conference ^.^^^attjiejtr^ury.'dejM^rtlJient Spaalding!?nd^t'so^lnt�relt^^^^' tranBportatibn;^f goods in bond betwsenvi ' th  .mmt .TRftke BuggeB', B:^guiSti9)iB: �W^^mSajo   Got in   _ , ,   , . BengoecjiVof OaajMoib / auatemaml flonjn'law^f 0�n Ttormnaia wbo luu; Jjeenin'tbouty nnoik ~ yetcillej mthVat � lBt�ruatlaa|il
                            

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