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'•^^r^ 1 ^^ :fntinri. it! S*! DAILY AND WEEKLY. liy POWERS & COLCLO. suascmpTWNH. SBnglecopr, anjaddresi, per rear |2 00 If paid In advance 1 60 THE SKNTINKL Is a straight-out Democratic . cwspaper working for the advancement of the tereste of the cause In Northwestern Iowa. ADVERTISIKQ. The circulation of TH« SKNTWKL exceeds that ef AD> paper on the C. *N. W. Hallway west of sfarshalltown, Our lists are open to an; advertiser. We have good lists in everr town on all branch roads, lists reaching tlio best farmers and builness men In every community. Rates on all classes ot advertising reasonable. Schpi'ule •f rates furnished on application to the office. Correspondence desired on all topics of general laterest. Be brief, write proper names plainly, and have rour letter reach us early as Wednej- day evening. Address, THE SENTINEL, Carroll, Iowa. Kntere at the Carroll, Iowa, postofflce, as se end class matter. Published weekly. FBIDAT, Arnn 27, 1894, ISee preceding page for late telegraphic news.; The liquor law of South Carolina has been declared unconstitutional and now Oov. TitlmBU takes nothing. It is the intention of tbe Democratic senators to take the final vote on the tariff law by the 16th ot May. Every Democratic senator will vote for the passage of the Wilson bill on the final vote, eo says Senator Gorman. Editor Rose water, Judge Scott save, is a Bohemian aid Hnngerford save Editor Florenoonrt is onlj a "mongrel bohemian". Tbe strike on the Northern Pacific is about at an end, the settlement of the question in dispute having been practically agreed npo'n. Editor RosewBter, of the Bee, was sent to tbe county jail for contempt of court bj a Republican judge who undoubted- Jy has wheels in his bead. Greece has been visited by destructive earthquakes daring the post week, and a large number of lives have been lost and several cities destroyed. Since the railroads refused to carry tbe commonweal across the state the farmers are doing so in wagons. Those of one locality transport them from one oitjr to another. stand around with bis bands in hit pockets like n bonnd boy at a husking bee with nothing to say. Snob pleadings as this are too silly to merit serious consideration and no man who with a little bit ot self respect will make such n foolish attempt to justify any man, no difference what bis politics may be. The New York World, after distributing one million and a half loaves of bread to tbe deserving poor, closed up the fund, tbe necessity tor it no longer existing in tbe city, ns the Benson ot distress is now happily over. This was on eof the greatest undertakings of charity ever undertaken in this country or any other on such liberal lines, and it proved a phenomenal success. When Uncle Dick Thompson called tbe Republican state convention of Indiana together Wednesday be made the etnrtling discovery that the Republican party is still alive and the bare announcement of the fact to the convention set the delegates wild with enthusiasm. They evidently had been laboring under theimpreasion that it had never come to life after being buried in 1892. Senator Mills, ot Texas, made a great tariff speech in the senate Tuesday and devoted considerable time replying to Senator Hill's opposition to the income tsz feature of the bill. Kelley's Cause. The cruel war ie over and Governor Jackson has called the beardless youths from the field of battle and has returned to the capital and is making apologies for his hasty action calling out the militia. He also tried to induce the railroads to carry the army across the state guaranteeing the company $250 that would furnish them transportation. By his subsequent action in expressing sympathy for the poorly clad and half starved band of unemployed laborers which is asking to be allowed to pass quietly through the state, he shows that he has feelings the same as other human beings and that the blunder he committed was an error of the head and not of the heart. The silly prattle of the time- •salw yachting, that defeat JAMES GORDON BENNETT. ?S W « Y 3 rk \T^< ? am S s G ? rdo , n Bennett who contemplates buying t and racing her nbroai has long been devote^ to 187 ° w 8he WM one of the *"**• T serving press euoh ae of this city, is too give serious consideration. the Herald foolish to The quee Work on the tariff bill in the senate is making (air headway. The general discussion has closed and now they an considering it by paragraphs. Let the work be crowded along and get it oat of the way. What the country most needs is action. . The only warrants sworn ont (or arrest (or those who took part in the trouble at Council Bluffs wen against two women who it is claimed incited the men to capture the U. P. engine. The earns old story, the women are always to blame, jut as they were when they tempted Colonel Breokeniidge and old Adam. A Republican exchange, in commenting on the (act that "then will be a good many aspirants (or state offioe on the Republican ticket, this (all," says "the nominating convention should choose the very best among them," That's right brother; and then the choice will be poor enough to disgust the whole state if they are of the Jackson stripe. Hubbard was bung in efflgy at Neola (or the part be took in the Kelley trouble at Council Bluff*, and the foolish and contemptible utterance he made regarding the men, saying that if they stole a train on the Northwestern road they would ran a wild engine into it or derail the train, tune deliberately committing tion of the expediency of the movement has never been at issue in dealing with the Kelley men since they were landed on Iowa soil. They wen projected like a meteor into our midst and it was not whether their course was right or wrong but what was to be done with them was the question that was forced upon the people of this slate to settle. Action on the part of the citizens was born of necessity and as the army came to as peaceably and quietly, bnakingno law.it was undoubtedly a usurpation of power to call bnt the militia and guard them like an invading army when their only cry was for bnad and transportation. For nearly two weeks they have been in oar state and the generous farmers along the Book Island railroad have undertaken tba arduous task of transporting this army from city to city in lumber wagons. They have taken their horses from the plow and have'done (or these men what the corporations nfussd to do when they were offend pay (or doing it. It u estimated that it cost $700 per day to feed these men and still the railroads refuse to lend their A Republican judge by the name of Boott sentenced the editor of the Omaha Bee to the oouuty juil (or thirty days •nd a fine of $500 for passing criticism on liia honor's decisions. Judge Boott ie a hummer uud lias set a precedent which if followed by (be rest of the one fcorse judges of tue country would un- donbtedly nmke it decidedly interesting for (he editors. anoe. Hon. W. A. Park, in speaking of the army of the nnemployedyesterday at DeaMoinee, made use of the following which gives some ideas of the army in tbe opinion of men who are liberal enough to get out of the. little round of every day life: "An army is marching today, on the highways, byways and streets of this fair country. It, 00, its followers claim, was born of necessity. It has no motto, but carries with it the nag of want. It is bound together, not by TOWS or ceremony, but by the cravings of intense hunger. It is said that it is marching in tbe interest of humanity and that it is but the advanoe body of the great army murder. " ° f unrest, that is only waiting the touch ot the cravings ot hunger and necessity to call it into action. When I think of (he evils that brought it into existence aud contemplate the disastrous results that may come from its seemingly increasing numbers and its more firm and steady step, I am appalled—and turn for comfort to tbe thought that tbe loy- altyof its membership, tbe generosity and love of tbe people will answer tbe demand, aud tbe will of tbe people must and will destroy tbe evil that now drives these miserable men from home in search of sid uud tbe betterment of tbeir condition." It is this sentiment that to a large extent outkes these wandering bands of idle men appear something more to tbe people tuui tramps and outlaw* banded together to forage and plunder (be citizens ot our commonwealth. They rep. resent the same principle as did tbe wandering bands of idle men who were thrown out ol employment iu 1878, to ,,.. make room for tbe pauper labor of tbe • bi|f«r ttatt tbun "Young Biokory" old country which was imported here an Jwkwn, governor of lo»a,tud that be contract to take (be plao» olthswwen ordered 004 |ha militia Mid kept (twin who were insisting (bat the uauufaot- Ihaia ft»m*J days uudti bis orders, aid "r»r should share with them ice bounty it VM tfw poor little gowoor'* duly | 0 derived from (he tariff. Uot,[iu»t«*d of sharing the benefits of the tariff, they have been entirely forced ont of employment by the Chinese, Hungarians, Poles and Italians, until today starvation stares them in the face. Since 1873 when the "tramp" was first turned oat, when he was first known in this country, his number baa steadily bnt rapidly multiplied and we today, under the highest protected system we have ever known, have reached the high water mark. What the future is to be under the inequalities of our laws is hard to tell, but it is surely of such a character, that armed resistance will only aggravate it, instead of bringing relief. Earthquakes in Greece. . Inter Ocean. Thebes, famed in eong and story, bus, suffered more from the recent earthquake than from the eilent attacks of centuries, and infinitely more than from the siege that ./Esohylns bos made not lees renowned than that of Troy. Athens, too, bos suffered, though in less degree. Bat far more serious than any destruction of venerable marble or of historic stone is the devastation of villages and regions populated by humble vinedress- ers and fishermen, and the sadden ending of hundreds of joyous lives. Measured by an American standard, the pecuniary lose cannot be prodigious. It is quite possible that then is more wealth in one precinct of one ward of Chicago than in the whole Grecian providence of Looris, upon which the plague of earthquake has (alien most calamitously. Bnt the loss to the peasants and the vine dressers is total. All that they had is gone, and (ar beyond the loss of property is the loss of life. The sound of the modern Rachel weeping for her ohildnn, and nfosing to be comforted because they are not, eomes to us across level, will produce the effect of a continuous panorama. The phonograph accompanying the moving scene will enable science to reproduce perfectly and preserve a whole theatrical play, opera or dinner party. That is Edison's idea. Japan's New Constitution. In spite of the glowing hopes based on its adoption, all is not lovely by any means under Japan's new constitution. That country is having something like the same kind of trouble as now disturbs England. Already since the.odoption o( the new constitution the Japanese parliament has been twice dissolved by the emperor. Like the house of commons, the lower house of the Japanese parliament insists that its will is the will of the people. The Japanese commons undertakes to rule the whole empire. The emperor gave the people a constitution voluntarily. It was not forced from him, as most constitutions have been from rulers. In that document the powers of the lower house were distinctly set forth. During the past winter the lower house found the emperor's cabinet distasteful to it for. some reason. It therefore attacked that body and made matters very warm for the members, with the intention of forcing them to resign. The intention was to have them replaced by an imperial advisory council more subservient to the commons. The emperor, however, frustrated this amiable intention at once by using the powers conferred on him>y the new constitution and summarily dissolving parliament. Legislation U stopped until a new parliament can be elected. It would be rather strange if the condition of Japan should turn ont to be worse than it was before she had a constitution. , Fine Feminine Enthusiasm. It is a grand thing to be a successfu lawyer or a member of a jury thnt reu ders a popular verdict. But it is a little embarrassing sometimes. It is indeed When popular enthusiasm bursts al bounds and slops over in its gratitude the lawyer or juryman could occasion ally almost even wish the verdict hat gone the other way. A pretty Polish girl of the name o Anna Woi.zowlaska was on trial in a country town on Long Island on serious charge. She had many friends women friends, and they trooped into court and watched the trial with grea interest. The eloquence of her lawye; so moved the jury that they acquitted her. Without a word of warning, with out a premonition on his part of the dread fate that was to overtake him, the lawyer was suddenly seized by the strong, pretty arms of Anna Wonzow- laska and squeezed and kissed till he was almost suffocated. It was the signal for Anna's friends to toe up and doing. The kissing epidemic attacked them also. They could not get at the lawyer because Anna Wonzow laska monopolized him. They turned their attention to the judge. Twenty women would have kissed him to death but that he was protected on all sides by a phalanx of stony hearted court officers, who rallied to his support just in the nick of time. "The jury, the jury I" exclaimed one of the 20 women. There was a simultaneous rush at the men in the box. The foreman, being nearest the door, got away, but the other 11 had to sit and take it. If any one of those men ever wants any more.hugging and kissing.during his natural life, he will be hard to satisfy. the iotsrlying seas. Tbeae are spiritual sounds that need no aid of telephone. They an carried npon the wings of the wind, and penetrate the secret nerves of the world. It is said that Kelley's men are a pray, ing class of people. We wonder bow na»y of them remembered Governor Jackson that rainy night when the militia drove them from the pavilion out into the cold, freezing rain, under the orders of the chief executive o( Iowa. We wonder if any of them breathed a silent benediction (or dim when they said. "Now I lay me down to eleep." The Republicans are now trying to Wake it appear that the "fool Democratic sheriff," put in PotUwattouie oouuty, is Xtoe Latest Terror. If Thomas A. Edison finishes, as he expects to, his latest invention, then life will be less wortk living than ever. The device is nothing less than a machine which can take 46 photographs in a second. Forty-six times a second is about as rapidly as any living thing can change its muscular movements, so that tbenew machine will make a succession of pictures of a man as fast as he can make motions, whether walking or trying to catch a train that just glides off as he comes within S5 feet of it, panting and puffing. What is more, the demoniacal new Edison machine will have a phonograph attachment. This will register the words tho man who is left will pour forth in a torrent on the uir ua ho sees the train disappear. It will mercilessly record every wheeze of hit* sciuit breath as it gurgles forth from his suruhnrtfod breast. After that the nly dime museum man who has snapped a kodak on him will make a reproduction of tho whole humiliating Bcene, naughty words uud all, and put it into a niokel-in-the-slot machine, The rustic visitor in the railway station or ferry bouse will drop a nlekel in the slot, and, behold! there will be Mr, Fatinon, in all his humiliation and despair, in the very act of relieving his mind by tho worst words he knows. Nobody will be safe when the new Edison kinetograph, as be calls it, is on the market. The teuderest partings of lovers, tho old man's fiendish chuckle when he sets tho dog on the unwelcome suitor, tho very expression and language of ray lady when she narrates the private affaire of her dearest friend to a woman who doesn't like her friend, will be there with pitiless fidelity, as Edison say*, "a hundred years after oue U dead/' We can never know whou the kiuotograpb flond is on our track. Forty-si* photographs a second will reproduce a» many motions as tho eye can follow. These photographs, being set in motion one after the othur by a well understood mechanical arrange, id foou«»d ou exactly tuv MUUO At Knoxville is an elevated ferry which is probably unique. It IB an aerial cable reaching from the heart of Knoxville across the Holston river to the bluffs opposite. These bluffs am 100 feet Ugh. Upon them is a beautiful pleasun resort called Unaka park, rag it was to facilitate the journey of visitors to Unaka park that the cable ferry was built. Two wire cables, each having a breaking strain of 60 ions, stretch from the top of the bluffs across to Knoxville, T.he propelling cable is half S toolIn diameter and is wound and unwound upon drumheads in the fashion familiar on cable roads. The distance from the center of the city to the bluffs by this air ferry is a little less than one-quarter of » mile. The cor would hold 16 persons properly seated if it were in a European country, but being in America it holds as many as can be crowded into it. In going from Knoxville up to the bluffs the oar is wound up by the cable and requires 8J Minutes for the passage. On the return trip it just rung down hill itself and takes half a minute. The Age of Steal. An able journal contains a recent editorial on the age of steel. 'Tis well, only our esteemed contemporary spells it wrong. This is the age of steal. There is not an article of food that'can be adulterated that is not put upon the market In that state. The very bread that goes into our mouths is puffed up with ammonia and cheapened BO that the nourishment is nearly all out of it. The individual who should undertake to live on ordinary baker's bread would starve to death in a short time. When we fall ill from the effects of Insufficient and adulterated food, we call in the physician, who gives us a prescription, By the iniquitous system known to druggists M "substituting" our very medicines are adulterated, too, BO that they do not have the effect intended. This system of wholesale murder would worry the druggist and chemist so they could not sleep nights if this were not the age of steal. There is scarcely a textile fabric on the market, no matter at what price, that ie pure silk, pure linen or pure anything it claims to be. When a real estate agent sells town lots, he will conceal deliberately every disadvantage connected with the property and make an earthly paradise ont of a mosquito swamp or a droughty desert. The reason of it all is that this is the age of steal. It rnles in all transactions alike from colossal to microscopic. And yet we wonder that hard times overtake the civilUed world periodically. The wonder would be if they did not. Arotoa Salve The bent salve to the world for Cuts, 8ratM«, barns, Ulcers, SaitRheam, fever 8or«i,teltet, Chapped Hands, Chilblains, Corn* find alt Skin Ktaptlone, and positively cures Piles of no pay repaired. It Is gnnranted to give perfect satisfaction of money refunded. Prlot (I e»»M For sale b J. W. Button, u. IN. (jlauscMi, Republican deputy collector of customs at \Vualiburti, WIs,, lias been requested to resign. The position \vjjl go t,q A. Heausoiiel, a pa'.i^ool'nl, "Orange Blossoms" IB a pnmless core tor all dlsnnscs peculiar to women. Sold frc»h by J. W. nation. Rubinstein has black hair at 64 and 5» youthful in feeling. He is a grandfather, and his wife's hair is snowy, She sings too. Karl's Clover Boot the great blood purifier gives freshness and .clearness to the completion cures constipation, 2Cc., GOe., ?1.00, Sold by C. U. Westbrook. The suit for $50,0(10 (Itimivfe.s against the World-Herald of Omaha, brought by Mrs. Nathalie Pollard, was begun at Council Bluffs, In. Mrs. T. 9. Hawkins, Chattanooga, T tin., says "Shlloli's Vltallzer 'saved mrlire.' 1 1 oonslderlt the best remedy for a debilitated system I ever used." For dyspepsia, liver or kldner trouble 76cts. Sold by C. H, Westbrook, Wheat in Missouri is reported damaged 25 per cent by the recent freeze—other grains and fruit in larger proportion. «—,—' Shlloh'8 Cure IB sold on a guarantee. It cures Incipient Consumption. it IB the best Cough cure. Only one cent a dose, 25cts, COots., and It Soldbj-C. H. Westbrook. "tne dead body ot Mrs. aawyer was- Cound on the prairie near Chamberlain, 8. " It is supposed she became lost In the D. rspmii storm, and died of exhaustion. Children Cry for Pitcher's Castor la. fne veteran Union soiaiers eii roiiti; to Shiloh battlefield Uad a grand cumyfii'u at old ffovt Iluury, Those ladies who fainted during a panic in a church recently ore informed that they are away behind tho times. It haa gone out of fashion for women to faint. It belongs with the style of huge hoops and horsuhair chignons, The woman of Mtylo nowadays keeps culm and cool always. Emotion in relogutod strictly to tho lower clauses, A recent book on correct dross and manners for men BUYS that won who do not wear suspenders walk bettor than those who do. Yea, wo ought to wave u now buttle- ship uud cull hur tho Kuuruurgo, It would bo unfortunate indeed if, after BO many years of fume, money and hard work, Murk Twuiu should be serl- outtly crippled in his private fortune by the fuiluro of tiio publishing homo of O. fc. Wfcbstw & Co. "Wtlliu Wildo IIUB juoro laziness to the square inch than any muu of hla aizo in ChrhtUwdoiu," Buya Mrs. Frank Lwlie, or words to that affect. "This time I wiurrted for lovo,"euys Mr. Willio Wildo. Even at this time of the year cholera is raging amoug the dirty Poles of Poland. Thero is a difference between bravery (»ud bravado. Congressman Tom Johnson of Ohio will perhaps be able to put into prac- ttcej shape some of hf9 prcgwisivej in the pottery colony in which he is. to be interested near Bast Liverpool. It it well known that in the vicinity of Bast Liverpool are varieties of potters' clays unsurpassed in the world for fineness and natural coloring. The only thing needed to make some of the most beautiful wares ever displayed is the lack of artistic skill and knowledge on the part of the potters themselves. The project of a number of potters at East Liverpool is to begin all over again, establish a new co-operative plant and turn ou tin time earthenware worthy of the United States and the Btato of Ohio. They will at the same time found a cooperative colony and a new city, established on the latest improved lines, moral, sanitary and otherwise. The pottery is expected to give employment to 1.500 men. In carrying on the affairs a city, new or old, tho first thing is to Issue bonds ami borrow money. This tho co-operative East Liverpool enterprise lias already undertaken to do, Forty-one million dollars is tho sum wanted. It wus a rare opportunity which two young women of a romantic und adventurous turn of mind recently hud to quit the world of Btrifo and frivolity and retire to u furoff corner und live in pence, when the president of little Pitoairu inland, Mr. McCoy, applied for two teachers to go wiU» him to the south Pacific and instruct tho Ueaceuduute of the mutineers of the ttuip Bounty, They number 138 souls now, the descendants of these desperate mutineers, aud they uro a prosperous Christian people. Tho original nine settlor^ of Pitouiru's island carried off iiiuu nutivo women from Tahiti aud took thorn ua wives, From thewe are descended the present Inhabitants, English with u tinge of soft copper color, Amuricun consul* abroad are beguiling to bu of aousldoruble use iu the way of encouraging our trade with the countries in' which tuoy are resident. They begin to give a ruuuou for buiug. Electric Bitter This remedy Is becoming so well known and o popular as to need no special mention. 11 who have nscd Electric Bitters sing the same song of praise.—A purer medicine does not exist and It is guaranteed to do all that 1» claimed. Electric Bitters will euro all diseases of the liver and kidneys, will remove pimples, boils, salt rheum and other affections caused by Impure blood.—Will drive malaria from the system aud prevent as well as enre all malarial fcvers.-For cure of headache, constipation and indfgesttton try Electric Bitters-Entire satisfaction guaranteed, or money refundcd.-Prlco too and $1.00 per bottle at Ilatton's drug store. 5 Solomon Speed; Shanty Hamilton and Frank Williams sawed through a bar and escaped from the county Jail at Logaui- oort. Tnd. Cure for Headache. Ae a remedy for all forms of Headache Electric Blttera has proved to be the very best. It effects a permanant cure and the moat dreaded habitual sick headaches yield to Ua lullucnco. We urge all who are afflicted |to procure a bottle, and give this remedy affair trial. In eases of habitual constipation HleotrUJ ' Bitten cures bf giving the needed tone to ttbe bowels, and few casei long resist the usejiof this medicine. Try It once. Large bottles on ly fifty cents at J. W, Uatton'g drug store. 'XcQhg'iQovei'itur U'lll lius issued a requisition on tUe governor of Florida Cor W. 8. Jewell, wanted at Lewiston for forgery a/id under arrest itt Osceola. Fla. Whan Baby was rick, wo gave her Oaatorto. Wbw ah* waa a Oblld, she ori«d-for Castoria. Wh«o she became Miss, the clang to Caitorls, Wb«osli» barf Chlldrw), she f»»eUw»Caatorte, DowofaU'of Napoleon. That famous statue of Napoleon which stood high on the cliffs at Boulogne looking seaward in defiance toward England wus blown down in the lato English channel storm. It stood 36 feet high and was well known to tho casual Amar-' Joan tourist—Boulogne Letter. Burning Pain •ryalpelas In Face and |y«» Inflammation Subdued «nd Tor* turn Boded by Hood'*. "I am so glad to be relieved of my torture* Hut I am willing to tall the benefit* I b»ve e> rtvsdlrom Hood's Sursaparllto. In April ail •fsy.IWMaaUoted will, ervtlpela* htorAM and fjTM, wklob spread to JDV uiroat and Wed divers ointment* and aUer u^ Frederick Pouguwa tuyv that if the negro knows enough to pay taxes aud •bey the law* he knows enough eg vote. Ohlldrtn Ory for Pltohtr't OMtorla. -{baton,, [>eoul ar to I'iSwMpkiuYauir F«lt Marked Relief before I Jiad finished tlio first uottls. I BOB. ttnwd to Improve uuui, wlioii I bad tafctn (out HOOD'S •arsaparilla CURES bottlM, I wu eouiplotoly Qur«d, and 1«K Smm Hood'* Pill* are prompt and efflcloat, i3 fjrtawUan, 8*ui>v<aia>uwi»u. tt*

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