The Carroll Sentinel from Carroll, Iowa on March 23, 1894 · Page 12
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* DAILY AND WEEKLY. ALL HOME PRINT. THE SKNTiNBL is the only newspaper In Garnil county that Is printed all at borne and It con- Bins more local and count; news tlinn any other two papers ID tills county. POWERS & COLCI.O, Props. FRIDAY, MAHCH 23, 1894. PEOPLE AND EVENTS. "Midway Types." Visit Moore's shoe store. "Midway Types,"our grent coupon offer: Qeo. Hoch, of Arcndia, was in the city Saturday attending court. Mr. and Mrs. W. U. Lee are enjoying a visit from Mr. Lee's mother. Richard Ricke, of Breda, was doing bn sin CBS in our city Tuesday. W. T. Reed has returned after an absence of a couple of weeks. Miss Katie Miller visited over .Sunday With her parents near Arcadia. Diseases of the eye, ear, throat and nose. Dr. 0. L. Wright, Carroll. Money to loan on real estate at 6 per cent. 0. E. Reynolds, Carroll, Iowa, Mrs. Donnelly, of Vail, was in the city Saturday on her way home from Chicago. Might Police Mathers made quite a successful haul the first night he waa on duty. Mrs. Goodwin, of Boone, is in the city visiting her sister-in-law, Mrs. J. L. Miner. A little baby boy put in its appearance Wednesday night at the home of Joe Robner. F. M. Davenport left Friday for a trip to the northern part of the state on legal business. i M. Miller is off on a land trip in the interest of the German American Land company. Wm. Guy, of Templeton, made a business trip to Carroll and called on this office Saturday. The Germania society is again agitating the project of buildicg a hall on the •outhside. Mr. and Mrs. Frank Swender, of Lake City, spent Sunday with their brother A. W. and family. Farmers call and see the large assortment ot farm and buggy harness at Martin & Clovis'. The Southside club is practicing, faith, fully for its entertainment which it soon to be given. Tramps of a suspicious character have been quite numerous about the -city for the past few days. The county clerk issued a maniage license Monday to Joe Diewel and Miss Jennie Pobilitzkie. 0. W. Adams, of Breda, was in the city Wednesday night and attended the opera house meeting. Father O'Connor delivered a very able address Saturday morning at St. Joseph's Church in memory of St. Patrick. Lou Barger says be feela very greatful to bis friends on the council who stood by him so faithfully for night watch. Geo. Selzer has lost his valuable hunt- Ing dog and is all brorfe up for it was the finest and most valuable in the city. Oar prices on flour are right, suite everybody, give it a trial and yon will come back to the Yellow front for more. We are pleased to see that Representative Uaselton voted against the "mulct" bill which pasaid the house Wednesday. Miss Brookfield returned to her homo at Manning Tuesday after enjoying a pleasant visit with her friend* in this city. ' It is reported that a new dry goods etore is to be started in the room next to the Famous clothing store on Fiftn street. Get your new hat and prepare to join the procession, for next Sunday is Easter When everybody will wear their gayest colors. Mrs. Win. Gilley accompanied her son to Albion, Neb., last Monday with the Intention of visiting with the family for a few weeks. ' Tbe acoustical properties of the court room Lave been improved by the decorations which bave been put on the walls and ceiling. E. Hoover bas sufficiently recovered to be down town again, after the severe fall be received about four weeks ago on a •llppory side walk. Tbe ralo which set in Saturday night was greatly needed, the ground was very dry there having been no rain to speak of for several monthb. "Midway Typei" is the title of THE tiKNTINKI/8 portfolio of VioWB of tke Midway Plaieuuco. Read the advertisement elsewhere. Tbe little seven years old daughter of V, H. Steppubn arrived In the oily Hun- day from Chicago, where she has buna ivlng with ber grandmother. It yon want (be diso burrow tbut received the bigheat award ut tbe World's lair buy it of Duuoan & Bpioul, weet Bide of court house square. For sale or rout—A blacksmith and wagon ftUop witb tools, well located In Carroll, lowu. For particulars call on or write W. H. Leo, Carroll, Iowa. 0«0. L. Harris will conduct auotl<n sales every Saturday afternoon at Whlt- uiun's livery baru. All parties having horses for tale or duslrlug to buy should not fail to attend these sales. All klnde of household property Will also be offered for sale. Messrs. N. Neu, 3. H. Pape, Mike KuK- holz and J. Collison shipped several car of stock from this point this morning for Chicago. Take your best girl and see Marie Heath in "A Turkish Bath. The cleverest comedy on tbe road at Music hall Friday, March 23. Manning has been well represented at the court house during this week by parties who bave been here to testify in tbe Stuhlmiller case. Mrs. Wernimont accompanied her bus band home to Dubuque the fore part of the week after enjoying a very pleasant visit with her old friends. Mrs. Fred Pressnell, of Lake View, returned home Saturday after enjoying a very pleasant visit with ber cousin Mrs. H. E. Beach and relatives. Do not fail to read Ludwig's special sale ad. They have received an elegant line of capes and jackets which they are going to sell at very low prices. Ohaee & Sanborn teas and coffees were used exclusively on tbe World's fair grounds, selected for their superior quality. Sold only by Merchant. The sneak thief who stole three pair of pants from the clothing house of M. Simons Saturday night, was caught and Monday set to work on the streets. John Scbachtner, the newly appointed city clerk, will make a model official. He ia well qualified for the position and we were pleased to learn of his selection. Jacob Sievere moved his family and household goods to Carroll Monday and is now a resident of the first ward, having recently purchased tbe Ohlsen property. Miss Edith and Edna Holmes left Monday morning for their home at Clinton. A large number of their youne friends accompanied them to the train to bid them good bye. Peter Hoffman left Saturday afternoon for Nebraska with a party of land seekers. He had quite a little company and wi|l undoubtedly make some sales during his absence. Herman Dierenfeld, of Arcadia township, was in the city Saturday and favored us with a pleasant call. Mr. Dierenfeld is one of the solid farmers of that part of the county. The high rollers of the city had a great ime Saturday night which called' forth some vigorous protests from the city dads Monday evening, when tbe council was in session. I. Smutney, of Audubon, was in the city Monday night looking after, his property. He says be is well pleased with his new home and is doing a good business. . C. Delaney and wife, of Omaha, came to the city Saturday for a short visit with old friends. Mr. Delaney has returned but bis wife will remain a few days Ipnger, The library will be open from 5 to 0 o'clock every Wednesday and Saturday afternoon. The books ire in the office of C, E. Reynolds, over the First National bank. Sheriff Jeffrey has appointed Frank Blair of Manning, as deputy for the southern part of tbe county, Thus will be quite a favor for those living along tbe Milwaukee road. Merchant wants yon to call at bia store and see bow few goods yon oan buy for five dollars. Leave yonr aaoka and baskets at borne, but put a double box on your eled or wagon. Mrs. J. C. Delaney returned to Omaha Thursday. She says they will be living in Carroll again in two or three months as Mr. Delaney likes it much better here than in tbe city. We bad the misfortune to break our large press Friday afternoon and (bus made our .weekly one day late, Fred Franzwa's skillful workmanship enabled us to put it in good shape again. The Woodward brothers, our new Implement men, left for their old homo Wednesday to pack up and get ready to move to our city. They will occupy the bouse just vacated by G. H. Jones. It will eoon be spring weather and you will need good footwear, as this is a time wbem money should not be wasted in worthless goods, you will find it best to lake a little time and look at Moore's line before yon boy. The house of representatives passed a bill yesterday whereby licenses will bo issued to persons engaged in the sale of spirituous liquors. Tho bill has many objectionable features, but is far preferable to the present condition of affairs. Tho Kickapoo combination which has been holding forth at music hall for the past two weeks closed iU engagement Saturday. The doctor is a lightning tooth exlracter and has done a good business while in the city. The joint committee of Old Fellows and Masons met Friday evening uud agreed on a report to be submitted to the lodge, It is doubtful yet as to what disposition will bo wude when the proposition comes up for final disposition. if you on joy a good show don't full to take In "A Turkish Hath" at Music hall Friday, March 88. This will bo their 11 ret visit to Carroll and tboy should be glvou u big house as this is a very clover show uud comes ondoreed by tlto outiro press. JUdgo Paiuo hold court In the library room Saturday thoru bulu« no jury trials. Mr. Harding uud his workmen took udvautugo of tliu opportunity uud puttho moulding around tho eulliug; thus STREET GOWNS.FOB SPRING. Three handsome and Btylish street gowns are shown in the accompanying out. The center costume is of biscuit cloth with zigzag ruffles of corded brown silk and waist trimming of the same. The gown at the left ia of blue urge over red velvet completing the cornice work that has been put in, and adding materially to tbe artistic effect of tbe room. I. M. Gilley dropped in on his old friends Saturday evening and remained over Sunday. He came to tbe city on business and for a short visit with his relatives and friends and returned Monday morning, Dan Lameraux and son, of Sac City, were in town Wednesday on their way home from Chicago where they have been with a shipment of stock. Mr. L. has a number of friends here who are always pleased to meet him. Miss Martha Stellberg and Matbew Thomas were united in marriage Wednesday at the M. E. parsonage, Rev. Thompson officiating. The newly married couple will make their home in Pleasant Valley township. It looked natural to fee Jno. Delaney in attendance at the council meeting Monday evening. He has served with his body for some time and his term expired that evening, Mr. Bowler having been elected to ell the vacancy. Quite a crowd was at Minchen's park Sunday enjoying a turkey shoot. Nine turkeys were put up at 100 yards, Qeo. Korte securing three and J. P. Hess, R. T. Jeffrey, Fred Marine, Geo. Nestle and John Chambers one each. G. H. Jones and wife moved their house hold goods to Audubon Wednesday and will again make that city their home. This estimsable couple have made many arm friends while here who will regret to have them leave. Who steals my purse steals trash, but be whp steals nine umbrellas in one rainy night deserves not only the scorn of all good citizens, but to be banged, drawn and quartered as a terrible example to all who might feel a disposition to do likewise. Little Harold Pelsue is confined to bis room with scarlet fever and the frontdoor of the residence is decorated with a quarantine card. So far the disease has developed-in a very mild form and little inconvenience will be experienced other than tbe confinement to the room. DUNCAN & SPROUL Weit Bide of Court Uonsc Square. Will continue their policy,of handling only standard and thoroughly tested FARM MACHINERY AID VEHICLES. Mies Nita Kail returned Tuesday fioui Des Molnos whero sho has been connect od with one of tbe leading millinery houses of that city for a short time studying the now stylos in millinery. Sho will iiave charge of tho millinery department of tbe Carroll Dry Goods store. Supt. McMohon had a class of twelve ppllcants at his ofllco Friday and part of Saturday passing on examination for a teacher's certificate. The time of year Uas arrived for beginniug tho spring terras of school uud tho teachers arc getting ready for their work. Mrs. Frank Vhadlo returned Friday with as fine u line of millinery goods us was ever brought to nur city. Sho has secured tho services of a first class lady trimmer,',from St. Louis, who will be boro by the middle of next woolc when ber elegant stock of goods will be put on sale. There appears to be a misunderstanding in regard to tho attachment sworn out by tbe stockholders of tho kuitting factory. Tho execution IK not ugulutt (bo factory but against Thou. Futtlg, lessee, to secure property ia his hands to protect a note the company holds against him for f5,000. There is no claim acainst the company that is due and the action was began by tbe company to protect its interests. A. W. Swender left for Nebraska Wednesday witb land buyers. He says the rush for Nebraska lands is ranch greater this spring than eve- 'before and that the wild land is being taken up very rapidly by parties who are going to make their homes there. Ourmt.ny readers who are interested ia custom made suits, oveicoats and troueers, should not fail to call at tbe famous of Moses Simon. .New and nolibv styles of spring suitings, etc., just received. Special low prices and perfect fit guaranteed, i Tbe public schools of this city have outgrown th« period of oratorical contents which has always been confined to the smaller high schools of our state, we are now ranking along with tbe higher grade. Their advancement during the past year bus been very marked.. The board of directors of the Northwestern Building and Loan association mot at the house office in this city today and pasaed upon twenty threea,pplict tions for loans from surrounding cities,' aggregating $8 815. The loans are small and are placed on residence property. Arrangements are being made to move the postofflce from its present location on Main street to two doors west of the Bank of Carroll on Fifth street. The room is now being placed in shape and will make a first class place, being favorably located and well arranged for an office of this kind. Oar stock is complete, goods first quality, popular prices. Tbe tariff or silver bill outs no figure witb us. Don't think because we don't button hole you on the street and beg yon,to trade witb us, we don't want your trade. We do,but think yon are wise enough to choose tbe best piaoe to trade. Respectfully. E. N. MBKOHANT. The school board met Monday evening and the new members, W. O. Rich. Jno. Schumacher and A. W. Patterson, were sworn in. The only business transacted was tbe selection of u chairman. On tbe second ballot C. H. lioeft WB.B chosen. Mr. Hoeft bos filled this important position before and thoroughly understands the wants of the schools, and will make a good miiu for the place. Sum Easterly has several carpenters at work shortening up those buildings along the north side of tho railroad track west of the depot, /Tiiu cods are being ken out of the buildings and tbe side walls cot off until (bo building conforms to the size of tho lot. As it was thov were bulh over on tbe company's ln>d several feet but now nsthchiud in greatly 'i'iied by tho com puny (lie change is being rondo ut its expense. Our friend on Muiu street nppear to bo worried for four tho postmaster bus cmiuniiti'd an offunse iiKuinst hl« friends on that Blreut, by utklog to have the pOHlofilco locution changed to Fifth slrcitl. Wo will Buy Unit if our friend never commits uuy greater political crime than Mr. Powers is doing in this muitorhis dreams will not bo haunted by tho wrongs committed against those who wore kind enough to loud liiui nssiBlun Tho supporter* of Mr. Powers, or at, leant four-fifths of them, expected just such u chungo tinii woro dissatisfied because It WUH not made. It IB true he hud no idea of moving tho office until last full, when ho buw it was impossible t*> live in poaco with tho editor of the Herald who took overy advantage both prlvuloly uud publicly to do him nil thu wrong possible,, Awarded Highest Honors World's Fair, ^PRICE'S The only 1'urc Cream of Tartar Powder.—No <\wuioitiu; No Alum. Used iu Millions of Homes—40 Years tbe Standard Then Injustice to himself and the service be concluded it would be the best for all concerned to make the change. So brother, if you are dissntififled you have ho one but yourself to thank. T. F. Anthony, Ex-Postmaster of Promise City, Iowa says: "I bought one bottle of "Myttlo Our*," for Rheumatism nnd two doses of It did me more good th'in liny medicine I ever took. 1 Sold by J. W. Bati^n druggist Carroll. Talk is Rointf the round of the contemplated improvements that the railroad company is going to make at this point during the coming season. But as this some rumor has been resuscitated with each return of sprine it is beginning to be considered a rcjsiilnr spring diet and falls to elicit nny mimw^nry comment. If there is any town nlopir "f ihis system of railroads that is entit i.-'u cuusidcrntion Carroll should have the preference. RnKOMATisMCoimn IN A DAV.— "Mystic Cure" forRtieunmtlsm nnd Netiralglji, radically cures In one to three <Inys. Its action upon the system IB remarkable nnd m sterlous. It removes at once the cause anil the disease Immediately Ulsappeaes. The first dose greatly benefits TCcts. Sold by J. W. Hatton druggist Carroll. Tuesday evening seven umbrellas were loft on W. L. Cillbertson's porch, where tho electric light nvido evervtblng as bright as day. But evil doers were about, who evidently didn't care a continental about darkness, for tbev stole every last one of them. Night Watch Mathers was informed of the theft and for a .new beginner he is right onto his job. Suspicion pointed tn the umbrella menders who were working the town Tuesday and they were apprehended near tbe coal chute and lodged' in the cooler. Nine silk umbrellas were afterward found in. a car along with the paraphernalia of an umbrella mender, and Wednesday the mayor's office presented quite a busy scene as people commenced to call for their umbrellas. The delinquents were arraiened before tbe mayor at 9 o'clock Wednecday and fined 915 each and cost which they are to work out on the streets. Thev were not at all pleased with the fine for they were thinking they would bave no trouble in gaining their liberty on a promise to leave the city at once. Tbe mayor told them this was no go and that tbey would have to perform enough labor to pay the fine if it took them all summer. __ IfYou Wish To enjoy Rood health, and prevent the seeds of disease from ripening In your system, you should uie the best medicine in the world, Sulphur Bitters, which will prevent your system from being run down by making it strong and vigorous. -Rev. W, R. Snow. THB TURNERS. The members of tbe turn verein of this place will present an attractive program at Mueio ball next Mnndav evening. A German play and concert will be given by tbe members of this society. Tbey will be assisted iu their turning exhibition by tbe Ida Grove tnrnverein. After this part of tbe program is completed a grand ball wil. be given to which the public is invited. Tbe mueio, will be furnished bv Egermavjer's orchestra. Notice! All book aooonnta must be paid at ones b^ cash or notes. KBUPKER & MABIIN. WANTED. An active agent in&eaeb county in tbe United'States, to solicit subscriptions for the Twice-a-Week Republic. A liberal commission will be paid to hustlers. • Address, superintendent circulation, The Republic,St. Louis. Mo. IVORY 60A? IT FLOATS BEST TOR SHIRTS. THE PHOOTEH k QAMOL6 CO., OIN'TI. For Salt). Second bum! corn shfcllor six hole with ton borte powor ull compleie ut a low price and liberal terms, DUNCAN & Srnoui,. For Sale. I offer my farm situated in sfolioB 'i, Washington township, for sale. further particulars uddreus 88-Uin EIIMLUT DIIAIIKIU, Arohdiu, Carroll County, Iowa. NOTKMC. All purlieu owlu« me must cull uud settle either by cash or note. WM. TIIUWIIUIUUK. For Sale. Two youug Shurl Horn bulln subject o registration. H ('• bTiivfcKs. Nouco. ' My laud otttoe is now over Ibs first door south of the pot)tofllo«. V. M. Qnnllrled. ,0nr professor was lately lecturing the "annex" to a class of three. In tn* course of his talk he came to an ex] tion of his views as to woman's ftM .„ tions in the body politic. " Women," W» is reported to have said, "are merely th» element of beauty iu life. Their business is to make life graceful, and they can't do that, you know, unless they themselves a,<B pretty and graceful. If } a girl is not pretty, she might just a* well vanish from the face of the earth- that is," he qualified as he gazed" at thfr three sober spectacled faces in front of him—"er—unless—she's tolerably pretty, you know."—Boston Budget. A Natural Mistake. Little Boy—Ma, is that lady tbe coachman's wife?—Hallo. Adjustable. It was a handsome solitaire, and she evidently desired the jeweler to know that it was her engagement ring. "I would like to have this ring alterM to suit my finger," said the pretty girl iky' she flourished the brilliant bauble before the eyes of the jeweler. The jeweler took the ring and smiled. He had seen it before. "I can do that in a minute," he replied. Screwing a magnifying glass in his eye and taking a sharp pointed instrument in his hand, he touched a minute spring on tbe inside of the ring and made it the exact size, saying as he placed it on her finger: "You see, these rings are mode in this manner for the reason that they are worn by so many different people. It is a great convenience." The young lady sailed out of the shop burning with indignation, and the reason she did not fly was because she hadn't the wings. What did she think? You know, and it, is only necessary to state that she did not wear the ring. Another girl has it now, but this time the jeweler was not permitted to touch the spring: The young man did it himself.—Pearson's Weekly. A Wit of the War. "In our company during the civfl war," said Captain T. E. Barlow of Milwaukee, "was a stuttering sergeant named Thomas and a chaplain named Chenautt, who was exceedingly untidy hi personal, appearance. The sergeant was a wit and gave the chaplain no end! of trouble. One cold day the parson had preached over an hour, and at the • close of his discourse asked any one who felt serious to ooine forward. "The sergeant went at once, 'Do yon really feel serious?' asked the chaplain, rather doubtful of his convert. 'Se-se; rious, I sh-sh-should say I-I di-did. Any m-ruan w-would feel s-se-serions to s-s-sit on a c-ca-cake of ice t-t-two hours and h-he-hear y-you p-p-preach,' was the reply. On another occasion, at mess, the sergeant began to eat before the chaplain had asked the accustomed blessing. Extending his hands over the table, the chaplain said: " 'Pause, sergeant, pause.' " -Y-Yes, I s-s-ee 'in. D-d-d-d—dirty ones too.'"—St, Louis Globe-Democrat. • A t' Y Kiaiulimtlou lllunden. This year's university examinations > havo commenced well and show that budding masters of arts and doctors of law are gradually getting out of the beaten tracks of ordinary knowledge— for instance, ouo gentleman explained the "equinox" to bo derived from "equa," H mure, and "uox," night, which, when cojoined, wean a "nightmare," Another described "primogeniture" as a plant which bears only one flower, and a third, who was striving for honors in history, wrote in his essay on the character of Henry VIII, "Oartherine Parr, who survived tbe king, was going to be beheaded, but ho died tlio day before ho signed tbe warrant."—London Telegraph, IIU Limit. Dunn—I say, Upton, when are yon going to pay me that sovereign you owe me? Hardy Upton (indignant, but dignified)—Dunn, this i« twice in three years you have importuned me for that money. I was once your friend, but this day sev-' ors all our relations, sir! And I wish, you to understand, sir, that as long as I live I shall iievor burrow another six- peuco from you. That is niy ultimatum, sir! Good day 1-Tit-Bits. T4I A' Grout Grief. "I shouldn't have thought that Maud would havo preferred George to Harry. Hurry earns twice us muoh money {u tbo courso of tho year," "I know, but Hurry only baa a- job, from which ho gotn wages, while George holds u situation and receives a salary." — liouton Transcript. llv WIM Wrong. A lady entered u Boston street ear cue day, uud u (,'uiiUuiuuii arose and politely gavo her his neat, Something seemed to iroublo thu gentleman, for ho shortly bout ovor and said, "1 bog pardon, madam, but did you say anything?" "No sir," unsworod tho lady curtly.— Wfo. ___ ^ ____ I>U*Krui>d. . ."J think Chuppto and his sister look veTry muoh uliko." . "Oh, do you? I nuver thought sUo Ioyku4 tho Irubl bit ua'uaiinato."— Chicago Jutvr Ooiian. C'tUU'i'(iu editorial wuicluni)— Do you |ajk« stove WIHM] on subsoiiption?' •• JSditor ••!« it in convtmiiuit, length to tjiiw at '.hu devil?— Truth. V% JLj

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