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   LeMars Sentinel (Newspaper) - November 14, 1890, Lemars, Iowa                                XX, NO. 91. LE MARS, IOWA, FRIDAI^, NOVEMBER 14, 1890. ISSUED SEMI-WEEKLY. FIX THIS IN YODR HIND: Your Dollar does double duty when it buys Good Goods cheap. It is bur business to give the most for ' your in,onoy. this season we shall give finer qualities and greater values for every dollar that -passes over our counters than ever before. Our Fourteen Hundred "Cloth and Fur Overcoats are worth looking at^marked in plain figures, at extraordi nary low prices-They mus t sell in the next 60 days. -If you want New, Fresh Goods, of the best ;Btyle and quality, it will pay you well to, give ns a chance to/show you through our great-assortment of IDREDS British Cruiser Sinks OA* the Spanish Coast, WITH TREMENDOUS LOSS OF LIFE. or til. Ttro Handred.and 'Seveiity-elKht - SnuU Aboard bat Three Known to Have Beached the Shore-The Mew� Oarrlei : . fcouaternatlou ThrouKhout Unitlaud.   : hotel tm  the disaster.  They possess no' organization throngh.which.' new'i)'' of  such.occurrences would be transmitted' to them in advance of press reports if the oflacers of th� illrfated vessel did not. survive.   Though , the reports of almost total annihilation of thu! Ser-, pent's complement were at first regard-, ed as too terrible for. belief, t'lijimpres-; .sion.has now become general that the story is true. The news spread throughout. England like^wildfire, causing lamentations in hundreds of'homes, i Hati, Caps, Heokwear. Underwear, WHITH \.\D FLANNEL SHIR Q-loves, Mittens, Shnt'S, Overshoes, h\t Boots,(German Socks, Htc We will .show t)U iht , Only/Three SiitvIve. Maorid, Nov. lij.-Three sailors who succeeded in swimming ashore from the- wreckerl British cruiser ; Serpent have arrived .at Camarinas. They express the belief thait all the others on. board were drowned. .     ^      oVat IBMH vi8itobs. One SeotUtti/Ht Jersey City, the Other at Provl'd inoe, Both Meeting Snooesn. .TURSBY: JWY, N. J., Nov. 18.-Messrs. O'Brien, bihon, Harrlngtoii and Gill arrived at>Taylor's hotel at 7 o'clock, where theyVwere rec�ived by Governor Abbett, iMayor Cleveland aad other members (i''fr the reception committee. Thousand! of people crowded into the ere introduced. At 8 ere escorted to Oakland  graid reception was rink accommbdated C.OOO was decorated wiih flitKa tunnne and portraits of Gladstone ParniH. Mayor Clev,elaud pre-lided.Hfc'introduced Governor Abbett, who; w,^comed the reipresentativoa brieUy. ^jMr;; ;0'Brien paid a warm tribute toPwiiollilcommendint; him for his good i'tyl^K tor hla country and glorying' His; poiiiiion as the most pu-'.tential mah' l i|ti>,000 promised. ' IOWA STATE NEWS, The Duke IH Human. LoNnoN, Nov. liJ.-When the news of A the disaster reached Plymouth, the Duke of Edinburgh, who is one of the admirals of the navy, was attending a. Patti-concert. On being informed of what had occurred, he hastily left the halland' went to the newspaper offices; where- dispatches in regard to the sad-event r'were being received. He' was deeply moved, and expressedhisheart-i felt: sorrow fori the victims and yjtheir nnfortuuate-families, 'He did not return to bear the remaindHr of the ;con-cert, but proceeded directly to his!resi-.. dence. The morning papers commend, his conduct in contrast to that of his superior officer; iLoj d Geo; Hamilton^ The newKpaperi offices :f at Plymouth were besieged'duvinji; the evening b/ crowds of relatives of the Serpent's crew. The lament ations; of the' women And children were pitiful. Jt^as said many of the Serpeutfs uien< bad ex-pressed'fear of disaster before leaving -Plymouth, but the- - cause ot their.^ apprehension canuot:be;learned,:   O'Connor spoke to an audience numbering 6,000 persons. About 15,000 was collected. An Inipi:pvad-f3tookaM9rl;et.: ...... - -NKW.yoftKi^ N(iv;V:18.--i-The . '^'^mmS SEA-SO-N AT Uarraclu B^rn. , ,LoNDON,'Nov. .l3r^The Guards', Wellington barracks are burhing;   The fire originated under the stair-case in the quarteraotthe marriedii'iuen.   All the' adult mmateswerevrescned by means-of ladders,,amid^great excitement.!   A number::of".:; children;; suffering jwith measlM, ,were wrapped ,in blankets and' takenno places of'siielter,' but tMA>"of; the little gatienis.are iiiisHing,andi it is^ feared tji^.yrae'p^venooked'm theicon>' fusionwia have perished in the flajmes. When'^ehe fire^asTdtecovered,' abdtKcl; signal for."firerparade*.^:was sonndei'd'on tioni.i>'(Any,physician rJ�och's- aa8i8tant;:'who ti^i estab-""^^'bbspitals'for th^'treatihent of and 'foreign, patients.";r]PrbfSs3oi:ii will now'begitrexperimttaiiutffQM ilanfjiVLh Verficatlo-n;  morial^tothe ]a tyorib>W'�ccDr.dinglyii  Mr,) Campbell was a .-prominent-temperance lecturer^ol^.-this state-.and/represented, ihi^iiiounty;.three : terms, from : 1870:to; 187(5, in the state, legislatnrtv He was 70 years of age.      � ^ Siniill-I>ox In Indiana, CouiMuus, Ind., Noy;;:13,T^The wild-f e3t t excitement prevails in the southwestern--partof; this and Washington coumyi ouacconiit of the prevalenjse ofj sm'.i'.hpox, * Six cases of the,'dr^aded disseUf ''have brij[keu out in the looaliiyi name l;i^'';'i;i>n;miles- southwest: of these.t ;casesr6ther.s have;vbroken3out, and;it;i8^ feared'; tha 111 wl 11 - spread:  TheifttpendrJ lingpfavsiciaiisclaiintoibavethedi^easa, nnder cohtror ,but have- advised ftigeD-' eral vaccihatiftn,"       ~ ",   ' ''-'-'t^-'-.-^ ^- i.vv >. Seven Injured.' LcBANON.v ,Ptti, ;No_v,;^,,13,?^The.^'(J;W^M '|�j8S|i.g8r"'trainj^ .'goit'ig "^yest '"onj the ^Eealing Wd, jumped the track-at'a fi-og oni^ mite east, ot <^naville:ttae repeaLJi tKeJTewiFoup'dlijrid bait law. � -^^5^l=i^','agj'- CHiOAqo,-Nov;/lf---Fi^e;games-''- .pl�yedin';the^-pran>wiclirBi^k)^Ooll^/^^^ -"deribiUia%tourBM5 foj; Qhloago n^wji;^; liitiaDervreDortSfrB:^^Wa4hbarn'>;;'diifAhtAi1.i ,---r ^h^\x^'^ '7,lMXrphy*# *?Mn^?"^*� fwpufrom ^/ ed tTnpoa .11 h Appleton Strh hull NJ(�.V�1(K. N>iYi  Johnson has a 8hoenJ^/:'�:'�;�'^�^v�:tt.'":' ''i ��-�''^�';----'.vi-. i'\^   1 ><.'^Adam Smith, a farm�)r living' nearr Niohol8,|iaommitted suicide bacaasehe;-Ii�avbeoome.suretyfor a:$'  > nam^ Clay^^ ;�f|W^Beiai^ncea,tcthe reform schpol for peTeniyeuB for stei^iug .^.,watch. ^^-^^oeGeorgeatiOskaloosaii^gedfaboot b0i^t3aiiitor.e;ini!a;!bn8ine8s,ifhpusei''iwas i K3�ldecl^i>y;iescaping steamt-dyin^ after apveralV:|�onra offintcpse .suffei'^Jgphis;; 'bioeSi'i;�nd-^\ breast  heing* completely <; .^iinM^ilW^hMn;-aK^(^^ :^i^);#n,fDulles  hLye.^i ptirted Haye the Chiutgo and ^TTortl} Haas ^ Huebsch, 12.00 PER YEAS -HKAriEHS IN- HARDWARE, H STO^^ESii Tinware, Cutlery, Ammunition, Etc., Etc. "VISIT US," It will pay yi*u to look over our New and Elegant Line of Stoves, and get-;: our prices beferc pufclmsing elsewhere, we have the largest stock in the city, ^ Bought foh Cash, and bought rigiit, and will be sold right, Cash oB .No CasII:; SvsTBM, We will not be undersold by anybody in our line of business; this is ? plum tiilk and we mean it, OUR MOTTO IS:   "Best Goods. Lowest Pbicbs," � .; -kbmember the piacb- HAAS & HUEBSOH, N. Main St. LeMars, lo. SPRING BROS. MAY BE FOUND A8 USUAL, RIGHT AT THE FRONT WITH A PULL LINE OP THE "VrOULD'S BEST" Gold Coin, Base Burners and Elmborst Sorface B'U.m.iiig' Stoves, With other approved lines tor Fall and Winter trade, with everything in COOKING STOVES, Kitchen Furniture und Every Kind of HARDWARE that you^ver desire. They-; Iiavo also Plain and Choice FXjmsriTXJR.E; Of Every description to whicu they invite the citizens of LeMars and those of; neighboring towns, who wish to buy, before makii.g their purchases, assuring them that they will not be undersold by any ' one-quality of goods being considered. Kliickhohn & Eerberg REL- FRONT,   OPERA HOUSE BLOCK^LEMARS. ^^^^^^^^ ^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^Sc H.1VC now tlicir slock cooiplete of seasonable goods.   Ladies will find'v# it to tlieir interest to look over the mammoth stock of White Goods, Embroideries, Dress Goods, . And the LATEST TRIMMINGS, Corsets and Hosery,        , By your Dresses of Kluckhohn & Kerbergand get a pattern free with||every Fine Shoes from 1,00 up for everybody. suit. 3^0R.ET02Sr Over LeMars National Bank.   Do a Real Estate and Chattel Mortgage bu8;/iess;,;s;a; Negotiable Papers bought.   Fire and Toronado Insurance in ;J Reliable Companies.  ""i ALSO AGENTS PGR THE MUTUAL LIFE INSURANCE COMPANY    t     LARGEST LIFE INSURANCE COMPANY IN THE "WORLD. ESTABLISHED REPUTATION FOR FAIft DEALING.   ; FOR HARVEST, THRESHING ^ HAyiNG;! Remember'the place to get Oils is tlieLeMars Drug Store, 1 door south pf:jP.;,iQ;gS;|.? '"xaS'^ocLubricatingl Lower Prices. r^ii  r> .More Kinds. vJlL^� Call on us and Save Money, FREEMAN & HlNtS, Druggists A, W. PARTRIDGE, BnocEssoa;To TOWSEND-BROSi, -DEALER INr- Lumber, Sash, Dooi'Sj.BUM - I.ime, 'Bpxp^o^G^fSi^^i^l^^a^j,   ' '   Hakd akd Soft CoIiV STOTO^Aini.BBiSpK.^,,: ;rHaving purchased;theilumber-andcoallmsiness qfijowns I would respectfully ask tnr\further;continuance-of�yb!ir^pat^ and will strive by fair and square dealing-toi^merlt the same,'' "^^p'^f')^ A. W. PARTRIDC m;aOmoore 11 in eyanc 45   

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