The Carroll Sentinel from Carroll, Iowa on March 30, 1894 · Page 9
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The Carroll Sentinel from Carroll, Iowa · Page 9

Carroll, Iowa
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Friday, March 30, 1894
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IING SEA QUESTION. etary Gresham Stands Firm For American Rights. SHELVE VESSELS IN THE FLEET, ke Pit-it of Mny They Will AH Hfe on July—Work of VnUimnl Lawmakers, Bill to Elect Senators by Direct Pole—Olliey'9 Copyright Decision—Cash Deeded For Conrt Expense), CASHLVGTON, March 29.—The agree- fht relative to the seal hsheriea has not 'been perfected although it is sup[to be near that stage. The main t>t of differences arises from the in- lice of the British that warning be on the Canadian sealers who go \ the forbidden zone before the agree- it is ratified, as preliminary to Jiure, Secretary Gresham bos taken pground that the vessels have already sufficient warfiing in the publication f the disgnssign qf the arbitrators and. heir decision. Secretary Gresham had in interview with the president Wednes|flay and an evidence of the expectation |of the administration was afforded by f the selection of the vessels of the fleet. Tbe vessels designated are the Mohi- I can, Yorktown, Alert, Bennington, s Ranger, Adams, Concord, Petrel, tbe revenue cutters Bear, Rush and Corwin and the fish commission vessel Albatross. The patrol fleet will include 13 serviceable vessels and with one exception, the b, they will probably all be ready to i their places by May 1. i' . . Tapper on the Bering Question. LONDON, March 29.—Sir Charles Tupper, Canadian high commissioner to London, who was one of the British agents at the Bering sea tribunal in Paris, held a long interview with Sir Robert Mede at the foreign office. Sir Charles expressed the opinion that although it would have been preferable to have had no delay in legalizing the award of the tribunal of arbitration, there was every reason to believe all the countries concerned in the seal fisheries ! would peacefully conform to the award ; directly it was legalized. ^ [WORK OF NATIONAL LAWMAKERS. I Senator Potter's Resolution to Repeal All ' Bond Laws Laid on the Table. WASHINGTON, March 20.—Mr. Petti• (8. D.) introduced two resolutions Wednesday, which were agreed to, one ling on the secretary of the treasury • information regarding changes made i the weight or fineness of silver coins silver standard countries, and the ither calling on the secretary of the in- •ior for information as to whether the ar refineries have complied with all ) provisions of the law in regard to the pteking of the census. Mr. Peffer (Kan.) offered a resolution 5 directing the finance committee to prepare a bill for the repeal of all laws an thorizing the secretary of the treasury to inane'bonds or other interest-bearing .obligations without specific authority of It was temporarily laid on ) table. resolution, offered several days : ; ago, directing the committee on judiciary |to inquire whether the existing statutes are sufficient to punish simulation of sil er coins by coins of like metal, weight 1 fineness was laid before the senate, I after a short discussion was agreed ELECT SENATORS BY DIRECT VOTE. (retfumn llrjraii'* Proponed Amend' luent to the Conitltutlon. WASHINGTON, March 29.— Representa- [ive Bryan made a statement before the amittee on the election of president Find vice president and representatives in (Congress on behnlf of his proposed f amendment to the constitution providing • tbe election of senators by direcl prote of the people whenever they make ^provision for tro eume by statute or f'Otherwise. The committee expects to •reach a decision on tho question at its next meeting. Tho proposed change of inauguration day to April 30, the meeting of congress on tho second Monday ol January and the 81st day of December M the commencement and termination of terms of members of congress us embodied in the resolution introduced by Mr, Grain also cumo up for discussion, bnt no conclusion was reached. Cautrttct Fur Htitm|>uil Kiivulnpm, ' WASHINUTON, March 30.—Bids for tho contract for furnishing stunipod wive , lopes and newspaper wrappers to tho government were opened at tho postof fl^'ILlvpurhnont. Thu award of tho con tract/ which gous into operation on Uct, 1, will bo announcml in a low days. Tho contract term is four yearn. fe* Actluu ou thu OhliiiiMi Trimly. WASHINGTON, Isiarch SO.—It trammlm' that the senato t-ommitteo on fon^ii ru lations Hit] tuko action on 1 tlui Cliinc-su treaty Wednesday and latur whilu tho »enaU) was In executive session reported . It for ratiflcalion, A motion to mtiko tUe treaty public wosobjoutud to anil wna mot pressed. f'^ WASHINUTON, March 89. —Attorney Qonerul Olney lias reiulmod un oiiinioi to {the effect the inturuutlouul iOt of Muroh B, 1801, (loos not prohibi' ,'>t«e importation of tuiuopyrightal lltho graphit, although these lltliogriiplu mil) be i»j»|e» of coiiyi'lgbtod imhitluga. . Ko political significance was at- ached to his visit. He is securing speakers tot the coming meeting of college clubs at Syracuse, N. Y. Money Needed For Court Expenses. WASHINGTON, March 211,—Acting See- etary Curtis of the treasury department las sent to the house a communication rom the attorney general calling atten- ion to the immediate necessity for acldi- tonal appropriations for the fiscal year of 18«4 for the expenses of United States courts as follows: Fees of witnesses, 200,000; fees of jurors, $50,00(1, and sup- tort of prisoners $375,000. United States „ narshals and the attorney general are earful the judges will adjourn the, jourts unless money is furnished for j urors as well as witnesses. He also says here is not a district where a United States court is held that is not in need j >f money for support of United States irisoners. The, jailers are needy men. I They supply their owA money for food ; or prisoners and guards in protecting hem, and they ought to be paid prompt- y. • (Will Deliver Several Lectured. WASHINGTON, March ;iO.—Dr. William ?. Harris, the commissioner of educa- j ;ion, is enroute for St. Louis, where he will deliver several lectures before the tudentsof the Washington university, le will return to Washington April 6. Democrats Muster a Quorum. WASHINGTON, March 89.—The Democrats mustered a bare quorum in the louse and will try to push through the Joy-O'Neill and English-Hilborn election contests from Missouri and California. PI-UIU llo»rt Munh ao.— Tho war do- iMrtuient bus boon Informed of the deutl from heart disease of LiouUmimt Johi Algxandor, N"»* h cavalry, ouo uf th (tew colored oftloora of tho army, at Wil , O , wboru hu wou duluilad, OklwUutuit t'lty l'u«tum«lur, WASHINGTON, March Ui).--Tlio souuto continut'd tho nomination of John 8 Plttttery, Oklahoma City, O. T., to be . C., Muivh ou of luwu was ubout ul WJUSuUiug with th HENRY LABOUOHEBE. • Henry Labouohere, the London editor and leader of tbe Radical party in the ROHM of Commons, is 63 yean old and ia always " agin the government 1 ; whatever happeni in British politics attracted widespread attention. His recent proposal to abolish the House of Lords A VICTORY FOR WAITE. Authorized to Begin Duslnest. , WASHINGTON, March 29.—The comp- Toller of the currency has authorized he National Live Stock bank of Fort Worth, Tex., to begin business with a capital of |200,OOQ. Admiral Walker Sails April 8. WASHINGTON, March SD. — Admiral Walker started from Washington for San Francisco to sail on the steamer of April 6th for Honolulu. COXEY'S MEN ARE STILL IN LINE. Commonweal Treated Generously. SALEM, O., March 29.—Salem has seated the Coxey commonweal army most generously in food and shelter and recruita. Shortly after 8 o'clock the army filed into town 700 strong. Probably 3,000 people gave them a eilent welcome. The mayor, J. W. Northrop, provided two hulls as sleeping quarters. Quantities of food, such as coffee, bread, I meat, sandwiches and 10 dozen boiled eggs hod been prepared by a committee ' of citizens and this was turned over to ! Marshal Browne. Sixteen of the best re- j emits joined the army when the camp was reached. They are workmen, eight, of them having federation or lodge tickets. Oovernor Hogg's Position. DALLAS, Tex., March 29.—Governor Hogg telegraphed to The Times-Herald: 'You can truthfully say that neither the cormorant nor the commune can disgrace Texas while I am governor. When a railway company hauls tramps or tin- ! employed, penniless men into this state, ' it cannot dump them in a barren desert and murder them by torture and starvation without atoning for it, if there is any virtue in thu machinery of justice. Nor will I permit them to be shot down on Texas soil by any armed force whatever, no matter how much the Southern ' Pacific and other enemies of the state may howl about the commune." Cuxoy at Chicago. CHICAGO, March 29,—Coxey appeared at a horse sale at the stock yards Wednesday and was greeted by loud cheers and calls for a speech. Coxoy's horses brought but $400, while ho had expected not less than $1,000 and with this for a cuo ho roundly scored' existing conditions, charging tho hard times to a 'lack of money." The evil, he said, ho proposed to remedy by compelling a gov- Judge Glynn Quashed the junction Against Him. In- HE RESTRAINS THE OLD BOARD. bles and strawberries. The fruit "crop and in some places early corn and oats and peas were damaged. The cold weather continues. Says Orr and Martin Are Usurpers anil Are Violating; the Law? Themselves— Still Bo- fuse to Give Up the Ofllcoi—Farley Ap' pointed Chief of Police—An Appeal Taken to the Supreme Court. DENVER, March 27.—Judge Glynn, sitting in the district court, Monday, quashed the injunction issued by Judge Graham against Governor Waite, Mayor Van Horn and Fire and Police Commis- sionor Rogers, Barnes 1 and Mullins, restraining them from attempting to take possession of the office or interfering with the duties of the old commissioners, Messrs. Orr and Martin, whom the governor removed, and dismissed the contempt proceedings. The court holds that that section of the alleged injunction under which the contempt is charged is void and consequently there could be no contempt; that Orr and Martin, in endeavoring to hold office by force after having been notified of their removal by the governor, are violating tho law themselves, and are usurpers, and that Mullins and Barnes have the right to peacefully assume the offices to which they have been appointed at once. Immediately after the decision was rendered, upon'the advice of their attorneys, Mullins and Barnes went to the city hall and requested Orr and Martin to turn the office over to them. This being promptly refused, the new board met in tho mayor's office and organized. They immediately discharged Chief of Police Stone and appointed John F. Far ley in his stead. The lieutenants likewise wore dismissed, and it is understood decapitations will begin in the fire department soon. Chief Stone and hia officers refused to recognize tho authority of the new board. Attorney M. F. Tay lor, for Orr and Martin, claims that Judge Glynn'a decision does not settle tho matter, but that tho case stands just as it did tho day the appointments wore made and before the injunction was granted. A report gained currency that Gover nor Waite How into a passion when he learned that the now board had appointed Farley chief of police, and Melon Crop Killed In Georgia. ATLANT.vrGa., March 27.—Rumph & Moon, the largast peach growers in the poach district of Georgia, say that 00 per cent of the fruit crop was killed by Sunday and Monday night's freeze. All vegetation is killed around here. The melon crop throughout Georgia is also killed, MURDERED BY AJ-USTFUL BRUTE. George Ashworth Shoots Mr*. Wilbur Mason, Who Resented His Advances. DBS MOINES, March 27.—A murder was committed in Wai-fen county Moni day, three miles northwest of Summerset. George Ashworth, aged about 21 years, shot Mrs. Wilbur Mason. The woman was about 30 years old, and the mother of four children. Ashworth had been working for Mason and at the noon hour made improper advances to Mrs. Mason. She resisted and he shot Uev. After receiving the wounds Mrs. Mason grabbed her buby and ran about a qiwrter of a mile to a neighbor's. Physicians were sent for, but their services were.of no avail. The last seen ot Ashworth was near Lynn Grove, on the Madison county line. A large numbut of citizens uvo in pursuit of him and it caught he will probably bj lynched. Mr. Mason was absent at liutianola. or Interest to County Clerks. WICHITA, Kan., Mai. a 27.—County Attorney Bocme has filwl • uit in the dis> trict court, by order of • Vie county commissioners, against County Clerk M. A. Garvin, to recover over $5,000 collected as fees, and said to be illegally collected under a recent decision of tho supreme court. No fraud or defalcation is charged. Tho fees wore for filings of titles, certain affidavits, etc. The case will bo hard fought, and county clerks all over tho state are manifesting an in tense interest. ho will loavu for tho qost Saturday with 5,000 men. At present tho 0,000 id represented by 21 men. eminent issue of f500,000,000. Coxey's , .- . . Chicago lieutenant, Albert Mason, claims claredho would remove his latest ap pointees. The governor denied tho story. Late in the afternoon Commissioners Orr and Martin took an appeal from Judge Glynn to tho supremo court, on tho ground of error in dissolving the injunction of Judgo Graham. Upon the promise of Attorney Ward, for Barnes and Mullins, that no attempt would be made by tho now board to proceed to bumuoat) or make appointments, tho court refrained from issuing a writ against tho new Ixiard and inurel) Coxey'n Uviirur Contingent. DKNVUK, Mttruh 20.—Tho Denver contingent of Coxey's urmy have decided to tuko up tho march for Washington Saturday morning. Thoy number about ftO men and expect to bo reinforced at Colorado Springs and Pueblo. Thoy will not walk, but expect to capture an eiistbound freight train. Many 01 thorn have no idea of going on to th i nation,il capital, but will desert tho first tim'.i they have an opportunity of securing work. "(Jvuurul" fryu A|i|iuuU I r ur Aid. El, PASO, Tux., March iSO.—"Ueuoral" Fryu, whu in still at Sierra Blanco, UO inilen east of here, with 470 men, wired A. L. Whiteaidaof this city: "Wo need provisions and boxcar transportation to Hau Antonio. Can anything bo douo for us?" Two hundred dollars worth of provisions fur tho hungry muii \vas forwarded by express. t'Klkolu |lu» Nut Itvvlvuil I ho Decree. Uiu i)i'. JANKIKO, March at).— Tho for- >'ign ulUuo authorises thu donial that 1'uuoto hiiH revived tho imiHirlal ileoreo of IHati ami 1HQ1, allowing tho execution without trial of persons who have taken part in a rubolliuu against tho govern- munt or who liavo aided or abetted persons enguijud iu rebellion, Tim deaths 'roui yulluw fovor uuw avurugo 70 pur *">'• , llrukt'iimn ?*l»lly liijurud. AMIONA, lit., MurclrJU.—Uilnwnltosa, .iiiki'imui ou I ho Chicago, Milwaukee & .ii. haul, residing ut Musou Clty.wus run vivor iu tho yards uiid probubly fatally injured. '__ l<ttwyi>r uml Wrllur, NKW VOIIK, March »!«.--Own-go TloU- nor Curtis, Uiu lawyur and writer of i>u- laical economy, dio;l of puuuiuonlu, ugod 64 yuiira. l''rtHlorli'li» Hi'lil l-'oc Munlor. HAN FUANOMUO, Mut-oh 3U.•-William ;.l. Frodorlcka wus held to answer for the i!iuri!*«v of Ciwhior HorricU lust Friday. granted a stay until Wednesday, when a decision will probably bo given. DAMAGE Doi^inaV~THE~cbLO SNAP. btuck ttulIVtrml Iu tho Wiwl uiul Uiu Fruit ('roil In tli» Smith, OUAII.V, March 3 7. --So fur as has been reported very littlo damage will result from tho cold snap. Tho auiiaon woo not far enough advanced to inalto small fruit liablo to danger from frost; Winter whuut had sprouted, but tho snow covered it diKip enough to save it from the cold. .Stockmen will loao heavily, bul nothing definite oau bo told of theli losses until after tho roundup, which will not bo competed boforo tho middle of June. A special to Tho Uuo from Ohadron Nob., says: Thu mixed train which lofl hero over the IClkhoru, goiir-c wost, last Tuesday, tvturuod aftur boing snow bound six days. Tho train which loft Oiwpor, Wy., lost Tuesday, tnwtbouud got hero at midnight Monday. Tho uiuln liuo wost of tiliuwuoo is still blockaded. Tho rotary snowplow is again disabled. Tho pussongors on tho snow bound train got along fairly well during their ivnlimmumfc, Thoy lived, on eggs oysters, canned goods, etc., found iu the uiurohimdiao cars. J>i'«(r<iyml Miiroh at.— RoporU wwivot from ICnterprlsi', Miiuon, Ulicu, C'olum bus, Urookhaven, Ytizoo Oily, Madison Canton, Oxford and Corinth, Miss.; Mon roo, Gibbu' Landing, Alexandria, Clln ton and Uayour Buru, La.; Pousticolu Flu., are to tho olVwt that u sovoro fro* visited those auctions, forming ice hull an inch thick, destroying early voijotu- D° U T not be deceived. w The following brands of White Lead are still made by the "Old Dutch" process of slow corrosion. They are standard, and always Strictly Pure White Lead The recommendation of "Southern," "Red Seal," " Collier," "Shipman," to you by your merchant is an evidence of his reliability, as he can sell you cheap ready-mixed paints and bogus White Lead and make a larger profit. Many short-sighted dealers do so. I'OR COLORS.—National L«ul Co.'a Pure Wlillo Timing Colon, a oiie-poumi can lo * aypouml keg of Laid niul mix your own iminls. Saves time uiut utiiiuyaucc In mutcliiui; similes, ami Insured Ilia beat paint that II la IKoaible lo put on wood. Scud us a postal card mid get our book on piilma uinl color-card, free; It will probably «avo you u good many dollars. NATIONAL LEAD CO. St. Louli Brunch, Clark Avcuiu uuil Tenili Street, St. LouU, -TH1U- OP CARROLL, IOWA. Capital, $100,000.00. $fi,ooo.oo. lnmliu'ii<i Ir'cli. I, 0. A. MAST, - ti. w. WATTi.Ed, U. 1,. WATTl.Kb, 1. K. lirlitltli, N. K. Sturgon, DUIKCTOIU: I'roakleul. - viw) l>r««m«nt. .. Cu*Ul«r, V. Clms. WuUuMotiuia. 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THE SENTINEL'S PORTFOLIO OF- MIDWAY TYPES, This unique and interesting series will consist of 300 half-tone engravings divided into ten parts 8x11, ouch containing twenty pictures. A new .part will be issued each week until the series is complete. Bring Ten Cents and On* Coupons to THK SKNTINKL oflice and the book will be handed you; or, send Twelve Cents and One Coupons and it will be mailed to your address. Famous, Fascinating Midway revived and brought back for 10 cents a week. The peculiarities of race, oddities of costume, discordant musio, liabel of tongues and individuality of character which proved so inexhaustible a source of pleasure to millions will bo brought fresh to mind. A coupon will be published every day in Tin-: \VkKKur and one of these coupons when presented at THK SicNTiNicr, otlice with ton cents will entitle the bearer to Part (i of the series. Next week coupons will be published for Part Number 7 and so on until Hie entire series is received. 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