The Carroll Sentinel from Carroll, Iowa on April 6, 1894 · Page 4
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The Carroll Sentinel from Carroll, Iowa · Page 4

Carroll, Iowa
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Friday, April 6, 1894
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J * Thin Childnn Brow Fat on Scott's Emulsion, because fat fo o d s make fat children. They are thin, and remain thin just in proportion to their, inability to assimilate food rich in fat, Scott's Emulsion of Cod Liver Oil is especially adaptable to those of weak digestion— it is partly digested already. Astonishing how quickly ft thin person gains solid flesh by its use! Almost as palatable as milk. Prepared by Scott A Rowne, **• Y- All dniggiita. THK- WERE ANXIOUS TO VOTE Vote Taken on Bland Bill Veto Without Debate, OF CARROLL, IOWA. Capital, $100,000.00.™ Surplus. $5,OOO.OO. Opened business Feb. 4, JS8S. OFFICERS AUD DIBKOTORB: C. A. MAST, - - - President U. W. WATTLES. - - Vice President. C. L. WATTLES, - - - Cashier. J. B. Griffith, V. HtnrtcUs, N. F. Sturges, Chas. Walterscheld, Sumnet Wallace, Interest paid on time deposits. Money to loan on «ood security. Drafts for sale on all parts of the world. Steamship tickets to and from al parts tot Europe. Insurance written In the best companies. CALIFORNIA And all Pacific OoaBt and Page! Sound points are reached comfortably and quickly via Palace Drawing Boom .Sleeping Oars and Tourist Sleepers leave OhioBRe dnily and ran through to Sao Francisco without obange. Personally Conducted Excursions In Tonrfst Sleeping Oare leave Obioago every Thursday. Rate for a oompletelj equipped berth from Obioago to San Francisco, Loa Angeles or Portland only 84.00. Passengers from points west and northwest of Chicago oan join these exunreions en route. Variable route excursion tickets at greatly reduced rates. CHICAGO & NORTH-WERTERN R'Y OR ADDRCM, W. A. Thrall, Qen'l Pasa. ft Ticket Ag CHICAGO. business. Communion_ A Handbook of In- i-at«nl* and bow to ob> l*o u catalogue of mocuan- CO? W*$"VOUK, 301 LOST lANHOdD RESTORED. VIII ' rho -. W Inl js'wvjnu known. Bold with a written •anleu to cruruull OUB UlbettHt'tlHUrh us hurvmia I'ruHlra- 11 o n, Wukufiilnuiu, J.OBH of llrltlll J'OWt!! 1 , sroretaking, Af IcrtiiUhB. Quluknouu, . Evil Druunm, t*auk of CimlUlt-iuM. 1 , LanhUudu uud nil pmlim luiii Lotto* of J'uwor nt llio yciiuMillvwortfuiii, In cliliur spX' ciiuwud by" ovcrw/l lull, youthful L'ri'<jrn,tliui'jfc«a' ftlvouwxjf tubiLOcUiO|iluiii or MliuiilunlH, wlik'h tfouu lu»d to lUMiilty or cuiiHiiinjiUoii. J'ut uji to curry In tlio vent iipukut. B>:iit I")' i"»H I" iilulit juuilwitu lo any a-Mrmii for »1, or ulx fur ltd. Wi- irlvo a inlltfii iiie» lo «nru orriTuml lliniuoiiur, rimiluni inse. NATIONAL MIJIUOlNIS «'<»,.,. til) MuilUuu K'-., (/'lilC'UKo, IP Vor sale In Carroll by J. W, Hattoii. i Soluble MedlcaM & yJT TA I (W FOR EAK MEN luu , or over brain work. ut |)iuluulli.iia ruiui). (lies itiitl tiikulliuiinu Unit liuu C I' U K U tliuimiuUn. iciiuinlud on ucloiillUu iMuilluul principles. Hy dlro I 01 (ll»uu»u Its spool Mo IlilluiMiuuldl'oll will)- ounjuluy. TUu uulu- nil ruuuiUiii* u( lUo huuiuu orvuiiL'" i uro rublwud. Thu Ui.lnml- lux uluuiuiUD ut Iliu, \vhU!i huvu UUUM WU»UHI uic tiivuii vitt'k siid, pulluut* ruiildl/ fuRL In 1'ruf. .„_„— I'lW.BU, w« 'olf»r«! -;".tduys' trlul ,AII»OM'T«I.V UruEB. ..A" «u»«-..vyu«« uf.fM. BEPUBLIOANS CAUGHT NAPPING, Awakened When the Boll Call Ilegrnn, Bill It Was Too Laic, —They Fought Hard. Speaker Crisp Seta Down on Heed—unborn of California Unseated—Allison Finished Ills Speech—Mills Follows. WASHINGTON, April 5.—As soon as the house met Wednesday the Republicans resumed their filibustering tactics to prevent the unseating of Mr. Hilborn (Cal.), but a quorum was finally secured and the resolution to seat Mr. English was adopted—165 to 17. Upon the announcement there was a burst of applause from the Democratic side, which was renewed •when Mr, English w<w escorted to the bar of the house and sworn in. Mr. Bland then called up the seignior- age bill, returned by the president without his approval, and moved that it pass, the objections of the executive to the contrary notwithstanding. Mr. Tracey (N. Y.) raised the question of consideration against it, and Mr. Bailey made the point of order that the constitution required the consideration of ft WH returned, tntii a veto and that this question of Consideration, therefore, should not be raised against it. The speaker sustained the point of order. Democrats Anxious to Vote. Mr. Bland stated that on Saturday at 8 o'clock he would demand the question. From all quarters of the Democratic side there seemed to be a general desire to avoid the conflict of opinion in debate and Mr. Bland's suggestion of three days' debate was met with a chorus of cries of "Vote, Vote." Then followed one of the most remarkable scenes witnessed in the house in years. The Republicans were euchred out of their chance of seeing the dissensions in the Democratic ranks, thoroughly aired. Mr. Tracey, who was standing in a side aisle, said that as far as the Democrats of the minority of the coinage committee were concertfe they were willing to take a vote immediately. This statement was received with shouts of approval from the Democratic side. Mr. Tracey went on to say, however, he had not conferred with the Republicans of the committee and suggested that he would like to have the opinion of Mr. C. W. Stone (Pa.), who made the minority report against the bill. Stone Objected to a Tote Without Debate. Mr. Stone replied after conferring a moment with those about him on the Republican side that the debate in the house when the -seigniorage bill was passed had been so limited that he was unwilling to enter into any agreement to close the debate at this time. When he ceased speaking there was great confusion on the floor. Members on both sides were conferring in groups. The speaker with uplifted gavel surveyed the house I'or a moment. Mr. Bland expressed a willingness to have the vote taken immediately. Reed, Dingley, Burrows and Btone were in earnest consultation to the left of the speaker's rostrum. As it subsequently appeared they agreed that Mr. Dingley should make the opposing argument for his side. Meantime no one addressed the chair and the speaker stated the question to be on the motion to pass the bill, the president's objections notwithstanding. Republicans Caught Napping. "On this," he said, looking down upon the confusion on the floor, "the constitution requires that the vote shall be 'taken by yeas and nays." He hesitated, still everyone on the floor engrossed with the program in the coming debate, heeded him not. "All those in favor will answer aye," he continued, "contrary, contrary sign." Again he paused, but no one addressing him, he added with a bang of the gavel: "The clerk will call the roll." "Mr. Allen," began the clerk. There was a gasp of astonishment on the Republican side as they awakened to realize the roll call had begun. The Douio- crats, who were anxious to see the bill suppressed, were overjoyed. Amid a great uproar a dozen Republicans jumped to their feet and clamored for recognition. They saw the coveted opportunity of opening to the public gaze the dissensions in the camp of the enemy slipping from them, Thoy fought hard. Tho confusion was so grout tlio clerk got no further than tho first name, "Too lute, too h»to," shouted tho Democrats us Mr, Rood tried to inuke himself hoard. At last, Ly hard pounding, a somblunco of quiet was restored. "Mr, Speaker," said Mr, Rood, "my colleague, Mr. Dingloy, was roudy to uUdrtws tho house upon this question before tho roll call begun." UluiClry Lu»t Ills Opportunity, "Tho gentleman, Mr, Dingloy, made no such statement until uftur tho first uamo ou tho roll had boon culled." "The reason ho did not," said Mr, Rood, "was bocuuso the goutlemuu from Missouri, Mr. Bland, was ontitlod to tho floor and I submit to tho spoulcor and tho bouse this is notublo bocuuiju my colleague was rumly to uddross tho chair, but in tlio confusion tho iirst uuiuo ou the roll was cullod before uu opportunity was afforded to the house to know wuut tho situation was." "Regular order," shouted the Democrats. "Tho discussion thut was going ou," continued Mr. Reed, "was in reference to an urruiigeinont for time of tlobuto and before anybody hud uu opportunity to understand what the situation was— tho first named was culled." "The house understands tho circuit!Dimmed," responded the sjMiiikor. "Tlio gentleman from Missouri (lilund) wus recognized, whereupon sumo suggestion was made to au agreement between Unit gentleman uud the KWI! Ionian from New York (Ti'ucey), who culled upon thu geutleuiau from Pennsylvania (Btoue), There waa » gmurul cull tlnvnghuut the of 'Vote, Vote,' whereupon the (Btad) BID NOT CARE TO KNOW. "_" R-NOW, Jimmie, I'm going to give you a hard thrMhin'. D'ye winter BOK-NW& I don't, eos if you tells we what fur then I'm goin' to say I hain't duo it% yoSS'lick^twtok L hard fur lyJn' about H.-Liie. ha was will to have the vote taken now anil no gentleman arose to address the chair." Crisp Disregarded Thalr Protest* A dozen of the Republicans protested, but the speaker disregarded them and continued: "The chair stated the question and stated that under the constitution th* yeas and nays must be entered upon the journal. Still no gentlemen ; arose to address the chair. The chair then directed the clerk to call the roll and the first name .was called and then for the first time the cHairhad an intimation I that the gentleman from Maine (Dingley) desired to address the house." The explanation of the speaker was not satisfactory. The Republicans, led .by Mr. Reed, were appealing for recognition amid shouts for regular order from tho Demo- j cratic side. The excitement was intense, j "I want the speaker to understand this matter," said Mr. Rood finally. "The speaker does understand," retorted the speaker, sharply cutting off Mr. Reed, "and the speaker directs the clerk to resume the roll call." A burst of Democratic applause greeted him. "But—" protested Mr. Reed.' "The chair will not allow the roll call to be interrupted." "I think the speaker has not heard my colleague's statement," persisted Mr. Reed. "The gentleman will take his seat," returned the speaker finally. "Certainly I will," replied Mr. Reed, but he still remained standing. "The gentleman will take his sent," continued the speaker. "The gentleman will be seated. Nothing will be accomplished by this persistence." "There is no resistance, Mr. Speaker, tides and me act valorem system on others. In response to a question, Senator Allison declared he intended to vote for free sugar, both raw and refined, as it was in the bill as it came from the house, and then he would propose an amendment replacing the bounty on •ugar as it was in the McKinley law. In conclusion fie asserted he would not .knowingly contribute by this bill or any other to the promotion of the interest o Great Britian at a sacrifice of the inter ests of his own country. Mr. Mills followed, conttning himsel chiefly to a defense of the ad valorem duty. He said: "We cannot pass ou bill without making some concessions I am between the devil and deep se$ an when it is a question of going to th devil by keeping the McKinley law or of going to sea, and there must be some avorable wind to blow me back to land, am going to sea." "The gentleman will take his seat and the clerk will call the roll." Mr. Reed sat down, but immediately jumped to his feet again. He would not surrender without one more protest. "Mr. Speaker," he said, defiantly, "I ask to be heard." ''The chair declines to near the gentle man. The clerk will call tho roll." "Will the speaker hear a word?" "The chair will not." "My colleague states—" "The chair will not bear the gentleman. The clerk will call the roll." The uproar was terrific at this point, and above tho dim Air. Boutelle shouted: 'I shall decline to cast my voto in such a condition of confusion as this." Mr. Burrows attempted to address the chair, while Mr. Wilson (Wash.) cried "Tyranny, tyranny," But tho speaker would not listen and ordered the clerk to proceed with the roll call. The Repulv licanB wore besides thomselvos witl auger. They refused to vote on the fire: roll call. Tlio anti-silver Democrats wore in dispair as tho first roll call gave the silver men tho necessary two-thirds finally, uftor a consultation, thoy agrcoc to voto and did voto on the second rcl call. This turned the tide Hiul upon th ttuuouiKjeinont of tho voto it wus fouiu tho motion to pass tho bill over the vcU hud boon defeated, the silver men lack ing 74 of tho necessary two-thirds, ALLISON FINISHED HIS SPEECH by Huiinti>r Mill*, Who Spoku Ii J>i'f<.ii»<i of Ad Vnluntm milieu, WABIIINUTUN, April 5.—In tliesenatt Wednesday the report of the secretary of agriculture relative to^ the visible supply of wheat, in rusiumse to tlio resolution of Senator Pettigrow, was roud und referred to tho committee ou ugriculture. IA lively debute was precipitated by tho t prosuntution of » memorial from the ! Philadelphia Board of Trudo praying for nlwiuutu duties on sugar. Buuutor Quay, 1 who prosontod it, seut it to the clerk's do&k to bo read, but Boimtor Harris, currying the threat out thut he mudii Tuesday thut hi) would object to uny business which would delay the turilf, objected to the rouiliiig, whereupon Mr. Quay wllhhv.v it a ad begun to read it himself. Mr. Harris objected to Mr. Quay reading thu i»)titi'£ and wits Hiistaiuudliy tho uhuir. t^uiiy wtw intrmittod to make a brief statement roucuruiiig the petition. Mr. I'offor hud begun u speech on the pruiiosiiion U) ruj'oul all luws authorizing the uoorotury of tlio treasury to issue bonds without specHlo authority from congress, when the mutter was luid aside aud debate on the tariff bill was resumed. Mr. Allisuu took up the thread of his speech where it was interrupted Tuesday, devoting his remarks to the departure from Bi*olllo to ud valorem dutiew, Mid pointed out the inconsistency of retaining sp.ct'ifio duties ou Borne or- Advert* Action an the Thistle Bills. WASHINGTON, April 5.—Adverse ac- iou waa ;aken by the committee on agriculture on all pending bills approbating money to exterminate the luflsian thistle Minneapolis Flour Output. MINNEAPOLIS, April 5.—The Northwestern Miller says: Flour ground last week| by Minneapolis mills, 105,aH6 bbls., against 172,380 bbls. th) week be- ! ore; 163,700 bbls. for ihe corresponding lime in 1893, A good deal more flour was sold last week than for some ti»e. The sales of the week probably aggregated 220,001) bbls. A FLYING STREET CAR. An Aerial Whalcbaok to Ban by Trolley •t the Antwerp Exposition. A flying street car is the latest novelty which an ingenious Belgian baa devised (or the convenience and amusement of visitors to the Antwerp exposition. He does not call it a flying street car, bnt "grand balloon dirigible" is the Belgian way of putting it. In appearance the flying street car resemble* the famous Pennington airship or a miniature whaleback upside down.' The floating apparatus' is a huge cigar shaped bag, to which is attached the street car itself. In the front or prow of the car U an immense fan or propeller, and at the other end an apparatus like a barn door in three sections, which provides a rudder. The car is divided into three sections, one for the mo tor man, another for the passengers and a third, which corresponds about in size to the baggage apartment on a suburban car, is for the use of the conductor. The much abused trolley system baa been turned to good account in connection with this flying street car, as from the overhead wire the electricity is obtained with which to work the motor. Connecting the car with this overhead wire is a traveling cable, one end of which connects with the motor, the other being attached to a trolley which slides along tho wire as the cur moves. In tho reur compartment of the car, where the conductor has his quarters, is all tho paraphernalia for lowering the machine. A stout ship's anchor attached by a wire cable to u windluss, which in turn is connected with the electric motor, provides the moans for hauling down tlio flying cur when a station is reached where pussongers are to alight. Tho first practical demonbtrution of this aerial means of rupid transit will bo wude during tho Antwerp exposition. Quo model machine is already pretty well advanced toward completion, tho termini of tho route being the exposition grounds und the bourue ut Antwerp, which are about a mile apart. During the exposition trips will bo mode every half hour by tins novel meuus of locomotion, and the success of tho experiment muy probably revolutionize atruot cur trailic, Ou« great drawback to its popularity, however, is thut tho trip of u uiilo will cost 0 frillies, or f 1.—Philadelphia Press. What is Castoria la Dr. Samuel Pitcher's prescription for IniUnt* and Children. It contains neither Opium, Morphine nor other Narcotic substance. It Is a harmless substitute for Paregoric, Drops, Soothing Syrups, and Castor Oil. It Is Pleasant. Its guarantee Is thirty years* use by Bullions of Mothers. Castoria destroys Worms aud allays feverishness. Castoria prevents vomiting Sour Curd, cures Diarrhoea and Wind Colic. Castoria relieves teething troubles, cures constipation and flatulency. Castoria assimilates the food, regulates the stomach and bowels, giving healthy and natural sleep. Cas« torta is the Children's Panacea-the Mother's Friend. /'J Castoria. "OMtorta U ka excellent medicine (or children. Motheri have repeatedly told me of Ito good effect upon their children," Da. O. 0. OBOOOD, Lowell, Ha*. ••CurtorUto the bent remedy for children of which Ism acquainted. I hope the day U not far dliUnt when mother* will consider the real tnterat of their children, and use Caftorla In•teed of tbeTarlouiquack DOftrunuwblch are destroying their lored ones, by foreltg opium, morphine, •oothinf syrup and other hurtful ugeStAom their throat*, thereby •endinc them to premature graTee." Dm. J. F. KJHCMLOI, Ooaway, Ark. Castoria. v "P. " Castor!* Is so well »dapMdto«Md««thi» I recommend It M superior toany|»eiCflp»»W> known to me. 1 ' , Itl So. Oxford St.. Brooklyn, N. "Our physicians in tte children'* de meat have ipoken highly of their ex ence In their outside practice with Caftorla* and although we only have among our medical supplies what la known ai regular products, yet we are free to confew that the merits of Castoria has won ui to took with favor upon It." UNHID HOSPITAL HID Dtsmauff, Boston, Ma*. Alum C. Surra, Prt*., , Centaur Oowp*nr» TI Murray Street, Hew York City. "WHERE DIRT GATHERS, WASTE RULES. GREAT SAVING RESULTS .FROM THE USE OP REMEMBER* -3- TIE Is the cheapest place to buy your Candies,Nuts, Fruits, Oysters, etc. Orders for Ice Cream given special attention. Fine line of Domestic and Imported cigars. Remember the place. M^e. BOBBINS South side 5th at., Eichmann's old stand. A DOLLAR in flush times does not amount to much. It only goes about BO far: But now, A DOLLAR goes at least this far: If you buy your goods at WESTBROOK'S DRUG STORE. NonuoiiforuiUU Aluku Trouble. A uurruupuiuluiit w»yi thut tlio uuuuuu- fonnibt furuiuru of Wales, in order to couviuco tlio ifovuniiuufit of tlio iiewmbity for Uiu oiirly iulnniuulioii of u bill for diBL'Htublibhiug thu utiito church tUc-ro, uro itgniii rt)funiiitf to jwy tithes. They httvu udojitud li'iali Lutul Umtiuu uiuthoiU of rc-aialiiih' und unMiiultiiig thu shwiiV'b , burriuii(tiii|$ lioiiaua uuil OYDU in- in luuuiilighting. it is not n:. tliut tho miliUry will huvo to bo culled upon lo ubbibl tho civil jxnver. Tho Torivu uro urruiigiug for a now uaiu> puigu in Wales by Hooding thu country with uvuUn-B uud literiituto in tho iutw- eat of the tituto church. 0! (be Famous Minn ui Merchant Tailoring House, Carroll, Iowa, WE ARE READY TO TAKIC YOUll MEASURE For n nobby Spring or Finn Dress Suit Trousers or Overcoat. Our Stock is Complete Our Prices Suit the Times, IMON Steam ship tickets to and from all parts of the world at lowest rates, . -mjt

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