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   LeMars Sentinel (Newspaper) - October 31, 1890, Lemars, Iowa                                Your Dollar does double duty when it buys Good B66%s'ibYi^Ap, It is 6;^r7 JSiusiness to give the most for mi^kjefs^bti we shall give finer quali-j alser values for every dollar thai tour counters than Bver beftyre* ; mm m Our Fourteen Httndred Cloth-and l^ur Overcoats, are worth looking .'.at-marked in plain figures^ at extraordii ii'ary low prices-They must sell in the nexl 60 dd^s. 'Buoh-; boots '.as^'lhose'iprodaoed. The 'croVmWndi; 'i^f^lhfm'on thUpoint,' rmi It tbey were nbV Benweirs.sdbie 'one mnst'hbve^BubBtitntodUtheiii:::for hiB.! P6U7 ' Also'j iseemfi � to'' hnVe- seen thiflrmyateroos ' Btranmr;'' be < said,! iWhen speaking . of ;hi8 walks < at' tbe'falls.'WithrBirohan and^ hisinarrow! Si ifcbfgive'tite'rarJtehlance to show ^yoh Ithrough 6ur|r%]^Ttment of    V   ;   : HaU,;^Gap8, NackwearVOnd^El^^^ AND ^^^^ -We will show f6\i the- lili i^'nAtaktrlBWDIyltfmM Thrnit Into' i( New 'York IlRiitile^Thoaaancli "WlineM an Exeoutlon in deoTgU-A I^KerlfT I7iid�f ivArrut-BmuKBlersOorralfldi :   . :W 80.-The be- lief ^isigrowingitaore and -more general that as A>tfntifbling block. ' Do: tective iivLtrkf endeirored tp get tti�: original fibm the' tele^fapb 'company,' but hbtatled. ^Again thefttata that waa^ B^d{io'conT6rafctiOB ;with the( priBPnierf in.'New:;Yorki-vtind uthe;^lacei vJsitedfby, tfiatiare;notyeryi Benwell,! Pellyv are other;pQintB olMr. .Then -^afp/. when he, saw the >cio of his 4eai bfotherT.at that the muMr'-'*'--*'- ttrare;noty)i - jngi^iBenWL ing; audi effects^ oDce> declared! uim. lus .i�uttija..iiUvUW�,i>uruing :>b(fck-;be-', fore they reached the'lwttpm/at-which "......      int.. it is snjf. BircbBll,_____ gested that the other than this adcBo^Uce: Birchall contiiiules'^^'^wurki'^on; his autobiography/.; ,iHe;bu;toQeiTedra:abtl^^^ tor f rottthiB mother in whiohAshe' stalteBi that:an:en.terpri9ingX^nadian'paperbas} " ''made h^r ap^o^er for a story of ^Birch-' a�a.life anS tKat.she hadjrefu^ it.. Among the oommiinicationB "recently 1 yMoodfoik ; w oooLand composedi .tAf|�r,^-the �mini8-{ tors had. i^ay^, he Mmaelf fpr^edrfef J' LTentlvj. declaring: his n-innocence inJiM: 'tovooWion. ^ A writt�fa .stfetemeb'ti aliened bv Wdolfolk.^^rgadj Kt^hicdt^ he gvrffit as bis dxinrdeoIaroUPh'that ha WBB'innoc^ntof thet'crlfaifffor which' 'jhe-WRBtVbeini drop fell.^ Jn�citandt 'lation,jbiB 'eleyenmi--'-flve ..........^ eons the ^m him.>^xa. .    ^ ' j Vice^'conBul, was&reBted.here'while iia-i Wcati^ for Inierlterihg^^t^^ a poltco--man whil .�jied^.theW^juri8diction^^6f-i%e>vpolim rjustice;, and:a enounced his.an^t �b :an| >on^^^/,f3^''^e/^refn8ed to plead to'^i the li!ohargevagaiust'him'j%randidemandedfhi&; y. He wasicommitted' in default 1^ UThe^A'astrian viofiionbul ^decrAiedthat , 'Jie :wouldf Juve ^Teng0> fori^tKe'rUBnlt m An Jlya Wltneii' Teliiiof the tragedy *n Board nn Am^i^luBn Steamer. ' BOSTON, Oct. SO.f^The Gl6be'd Rut-land special glvi8%Bn interview with OharlesH. Woodjo^ San Jose, Cal., temporarily Bto'^;ilg tllere, who was an eye witness to ..the death of Qen. Barrundia - His Btoj^K for the most part is simply a eorroboit4tion of the chief facta already imbUB)iM in connection with the Bhooting.-sli Mr, Wood gays that when the Bteanier having Barrundia on board entered^the- port of Cbam-perico it was boardSivby v the Guatemalan officers, wbo demanded BarruQ-dia'B surrender, alleging that they had an oMer of nrrest from Mizener, the American minister. The purport of the order. waB tbnt if cBuch steamer was withina leai^ne ofthe Guatemalan shore it would be thd :-Barrundia. Capt, Pitts; ^belleviug/^thll^.-Prder a ruse, refused the : demand '~ and Failed for.Saiv'Joeej Theitacterview then details the 1 story..:alr^dy well known of boarding the steamixat San Jose by the Guatemalan 'dfflcerBiiWhose order of arrest was stampeUwith the minisr �ter'sofaoialaealjTanUfcm obedience, to which the, party, was 'led by Capt. Pitts to Barrundia's ,statedyoom, where tbo warrHntwaa readitojhim., lu the 1 at' torpart of the orderfiBaid Mr. Woods, was a .pledge on the part of MinSstni. Mizener that Barrundfja's safetyiwoulc be^^.'assured. .vi'.Barrnndia, however., blind'ed,by:.deBpair,rdla;not wait to bear the:'cIoBiagword8;^Mtsaying ^'yes^'iu .French'darted.behind'his door and immediately .-ruBhed.ii^it,'; firing .bullets from a revolver:h(Ma'�in either, hand,. but in]arint it,fFair.^.wa^|: disgrace to the Americanrflagr mortfkwpeclally as two Amencan-war.shipsMirnear by, and: i could ^ have !aB8isteasldn.:/�avi.ig . Barrundia.     A^jS.   '^   -iC .-^ 1-      & . , Stanley'HoandJFiir Amerion. 'New York, Oct.^ rfp.-A cablegram received:   fromvr�n^l;ind -states that Henry,M;;Stanley.:theifzplorer; bis wife and bis r mother-inrliiw, Mrs.: Tennantt sailedfor America iniithe Teutonic. Ext >tensive{arrangements:':have: beenmade in .this city, by: the Stanlevbdub for his reception: ^HewiU�.go/direct. from the Btoamer^to the- Everett chouse; 'Which .will.JM'hisheadqua'irterB while in the :bity;'A private supped, will-bs tendered ihim^on tbe.nigtit of:'hi8v'.arrival by the members of ..the- Stanley club at the Union League club..house.  Stanley's first lecture ,will bj delivered^ at the Metropulitan operai^h^use Nov. )M, hiS' 'subjectbeing,"the Bascue 'ot Erain."- and. the proceeds of the affair-iwiU^be ddnatod: to the Ck)nrdle8cent'.;>:Honie at; ;Summit,:K. J.. An, informal^receptioB' Will be held at the Meti^politau opera ;:bou8epriort6.thelecttire,* A committee' of 800 will receive Stanley. , A Kaoiae 9lt'jr^i;'.iilurv>. Kansas Citt; Mo.', OcUB').-The lam-, . her busineas of Chhrle^l^^IJeathrage,' �at 956 Ssnta Fe street; was deeded over to OduB, J. Gil Young;'tr.u8tee�^by virtue ofifi!,ohattel7.piortgaf?e,to^ secure - the Merchanf. ^National Bank c^f.vKansaB^ City and M B. Abell. The National irBankiOf.vKaasas City.iis: secured in^the .;anmof'91;9iOOO, the Murchitfts!: National' ~ank 110,0110 aud M. B. AbeU �S5,OliO � -,vbis ia one of the larKuatr^umber flniii j-in.the southwest. '^^:^^-V'n.'iv-:-.�:'/:;" :fa.'^;r'a....,; BdKIUIi GHpltiillst* a� Plalntift. . the^?^ i8:Sir:Jo&;i;PendeF,;;';wha8t;loB8: is jv^j^!^h%^t:^St'"Aow of the season here .began .tfalling at 2 a.m.' and fell!;, at' Jntervals �n 'whea'tbeidbwnpour'becamersteady^and -.wafi'COntihaea till'l p. m.    The anonr was damp and melted as soon as it i-Btruck the jfrdund. -It has b-jen bnowiUK ,ati Haucock for two days. Two inches of snow are reported m iOnie places, . - - ' Dr. Peten on Stanley. V Under tiiewheeia. london, Oct. 80. - llie November Kansas City,  Oct.   80. - Adolph .number of The Contemporary Review :>Brand a wealthy German stock ifaiaer oontafn8^> article'written by pr. from Neosho county,' Kansas.attempted .Peters/ upon ^the authority of Emin> lipboardji moving stock trala in the  Pasha, which asserts that Stanley ^ore' Vaids-here and fell under .'^----'-' - -    -    ' -      � London, Oct. 80.-Mr. Gladstone's (.lluaions to America, in hia address at Dundee, were most fatherly and friendly words. England, be said, did not deal with nations, but with mankind and in a fraternal spirit. It is mankind, be said, that will sum up tht opinion of the McKinley bill and pass jttdment thereon. The effect of the messnre could nPt fail to be more damaging to America than to any otbet countries discriminated against, and hi hoped that the people of that country would realize their mistake before it had tithe to work the irreparable in. jury,to tlieir iuBtitutiona which was inevitable >f the ayatem were allowed tojirevail. Mr. Gladatone aaid: J Every country. givmg greater stringency to protection within ite, borders, though damaging us in its own marketi gives: us a freer and broader field in other markets; It is impossible for Great Britain to receive : ntal or profound injury through. these operations. -France and Germany have threatened' retaliatiotki bnt EnglJsnd- should >not be led into Buch: suicidal 'folly. There ie still capital and plenty of resources in this great country to keep her. place in the markets of the world. It has been the favorite idea of many peopte that England was a zoUveriein of the whole empire against foreign cotuttries. There was a host of objections to this idea. It would be;hard upon the countries pursuing: .^free and .open trade with ^England to puniah them because a particular country adopted arestricted sTstem of commerce Though an "imperial: zoUverein would sdmewhatenlarge ^ commerce .with the colonies^ It would rinfallibly: contract commerce"? with the rest of the world. The amount of imperiali commerce was: iSt87,�*rf^::-::�5te-::^^ :'Have/had aroshTand sold a large amount of goods,at their remarkably low, p)^ces     ^ The wholesale houseahave stockipd; them-vup with another larRe stock, of v*^^ the very Lotestjand Finest Goods in the'"Market. "T'Kby 8a:e!jv> i^i' �      w|Jri again overstocked and will reduce prices acGordinlgly.^^'I-^^^^fl   '' OF PARLOR ANDS&lBDROOMISUITES IN Antique Oak And SixteenthiCentury Finish.  ' , We have the exclnaive sale of the MoLEAN'S SWINGING ROCKER. Also a fredi' Invoice of LADIES' OAK ROCKERS, in Sixteenth Century Finish.   . '' They also keep the nicest and most complete stock -of picture frame mouldings in the city. AH Kinds of Repairing Neatly Don^;;/ Underiidtihg sind Einbalming a Special^ BEELY & FISSEB LeMars, f � pVerliUm NatlonaV,B^ank. 'D3 a ReUx^t^teW iphattel|Upt   

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