The Carroll Sentinel from Carroll, Iowa on April 27, 1894 · Page 12
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The Carroll Sentinel from Carroll, Iowa · Page 12

Carroll, Iowa
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Friday, April 27, 1894
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Highest of all in Leavening Power.—Latest U. S. Gov't Report. Baking ABSOll/TELY PURE DAILY AND WEEKLY. ALL HOME PRINT. THE SENTINEL Is the only newspaper In Car roll county that Is printed nil at home nnd It con Bins more local and county news thnn any other two papers In this county. POWERS & COLCLO, Props. FBIDAY, APRIL 27, 1894. ANTHEM FOB ARDOR DAT. By Rev. S. F. Smith, D. D., Author of "America. Joy for the sturdy trees! Fanned by eacli frngr ant breeze. Lovely they stand! The song birds o'er them thrill, They shade each tinkling rill, They crown eiicli swelling hill, Lowly or grand. Plant them by stream or way, Plant where the children play And tollers rest; In every verdant vale, On every sunny swale, Whether to grow or fall- Bod knoweth best. Select the strong, the lair. Plant them with earnest care- No toll Is vain. Plant In a fitter place, Where, like a lovely face, , Set In some sweeter grace, Change may prove gain. God will His blessings send— . All things on him depend. His loving care Ollnge to each leaf and (lower Like ivy to Its tower. His presence and His power Are everywhere. • PEOPLE AND EVENTS. Visit Moore's shoe store. Onion sets at the green houre. Canned sweet potatoes at Eempker & Goolidge'& Shell oyster crackers at Kempker & Coolidge's. Cull at Martin & Clovis' for Glidden barbed wire. Tested garden seeds in bulk at the green houEe East Fifth street. Miss May Ballard of Odebolt was visit • ing friends in the city. Lawrence Deal is in the city the guest of his uncle, Wm. Gilley. Mr. B. Whitman, from Oregon, is in the city visiting relatives. Clay Patty, of Fonda, was in the city Sunday visiting his mother. P. J. Koeing, of Halbur, was a pleasant caller Monday at our office. Gase & Huber threshers and engines at Woodward, Dickey & Oo.'s. Diseases of the eye, ear, throat and nose. Dr. 0. L. Wright, Carroll. Money to loan on real estate at G per cent. C. E. Reynolds, Carroll, Iowa, The King's Daughters cleared $27.15 at their entertainment Friday evening. Diseases of women and children a specialty. Elu. B. C. KELLEY, Carroll, la. Eclipse and Grain wind mills, pumps and tanks at Woodward, Dickey & Oo.'s. Disc barrows and Diso cultivators at bottom prices at Woodward, Dickey & Oo.'s. Jts. Post has returned to the city after a short absence In the eastern part of the state. Champion and Standard mowers, and Champion binders' at Woodward, Diokey & Oo.'s. Mrs, J. C. Burton, of Boono has been visiting in the city with friends for several days. Choice new maple sugar. Fresb made,' guaranteed pure. MoLACiAN & Sonc- MAOHEli. Call on Mahonoy and Cavanaugh for latest styles in spring millinery. Prices reasonable. Try oar canned goods, tbe prices and quality will suit yon. MoLAciAN & BcUDMiOlIEW. John Glass, of Hichland township, was a pleasant caller at THE HKNTINBL office Monday. Mrs. Q. L. Sherman left Monday for visit of a few weeks with lor parent* at Cincinnati, Ohio, E. F. Clovis return (id Wednesday from Chicago where ho hail been for a few days on business. Mr. Zorbaughhus accented the call of a Cleveland mission church, a new outer- prise. salary f 1,300. Miss Julia Prlnglo has returned homo from Holdredgo, Web., where she has been for the past year. Fancy and staple groceries of all kinds at Kenipkor & Martin's, llm door west of Wothorlll Lsrge stock of oiirrmgee, surreys, phnetoue, buggies and eprlug wagons at Woodward, Diokey & Oo.'t. Our prices on Hour are right, suits everybody, give it a (rial unil you will come back (o the Yellow front for more. LilUlu Paul Minor la confined to hUiiud with the inoaelus which broke out on him last Monday, tin in getting along nicely. Lsmbert Wahl, of Oaisvlllu, Win., arrived la the city Tuesday and la visit' ing with his son Will. He will remain here for a couple months visiting his children. Mr. and Mrs. E, R. Burke returned this morning from Chicago, where they have been for the pnst week. A maniage license was issued Saturday to James M. Eeon and Miss Katie Christy of Richland township. H. R. Woodring returned homo Monday from Marshalltown, where he had been over Sunday with old friends. Alre. J. L. Miner returned home Sunday after enjoying a week's visit with friends and relatives at Marshalltown. C. E. Reynolds returned Tuesday evening from Grand Junction, where he had been for several days on legal business, A. W. Patterson returned Tuesday evening from a week's trip in Nebraska, where he was looking after real estate. John Fransmann, marshal of Breda, was transacting business in our office Thursday and remembered this city with a pleasant call. The board of supervisors was in session at the auditor's office Monday letting tbe the contract for digging the sewer from the county jail. Everett Schimmcrhorn, of Des Moines, was in the .city the other evening. Twenty years ago he clerked for J, W. Ballon in this city. A. U. Quint went west on the limited Tuesday, to be none several days in the interest of the Northwestern Building and Loan association. The Turn verin boys returned from Breda Saturday and report a pleasant visit and royal good treatment at the hands oftheir entertainers. Phil. Schleisemann was in the city during the past week having his eye reated and it has improved so nicely that he was able to return home. For sale or rent—A blacksmith and wagon shop with tools, well located in Carroll, Iowa. For particulars call on or write W. R. Lee, Carroll, Iowa. Obsee & Banborn teas and coffees were need exclusively on the World's fair {rounds, selected for their superior quality. Sold only by Merchant. To esohange.flne set donble breast col- ar driving harness for good young milk cow, Eugene Monson, driving park. 52-26 Oa the evening of May the first the Southsido club will give an entertainment at their club room. The play is he "Deestrick Skule." Admission, 25 cents. Work is progressing nicely on arrang- fi the rooms to be occupied by the Y. M. C. A., and it is now thought they will be iu condition for use in a couple of weeks. E. Berry, of Jasper township, favored us with a friendly call. Mr, Berry has ust recently moved to this county, but !lce every one else ho is well pleased with ii. Merchant wants you to call at bin tore and see bow few goods you can my for five dollars. Leave your sacks and >askets at home, but put a donble box in your sled or wagon. . Farmers' Mutual Hail Insurant* for owa. The safest, surest and obuapedt nsnrauoe known. For particulars ad- Iress tbe county agent J. 0. Sobwaller, Jalbur, Iowa. The fast mail express train which ar- ives hero at 1:50 p. in. is scheduled as be fastest train in the world. Its schedule time from New 'York to hero 11 orly-ono hours and a half. Tbe contract for digging and cimplet- ng the sewer from .the county jail was et Monday to Dawson & Tanner for S140, the county furnishing all material. Work will begin in a short time. . Friday was Jewish Easter and those fol owinjr that belief bocuu eating unlettveu bread and will continue to do BO for eight days. M. Simon sent us a sample of the tread which they are now eating. W, F. Uarvey, of Auburn, was in the city Tuesday and guys the railroad company is at work rebuilding the depot at hat place which was burned a week ago. The fire originated from lightning. The celebrated stallions, DooluH Logan and lioyul Phallus, will make tbo season of 1804 at homo just north of the city Unite, Carroll, IOWA. Terms, $10 to in- suro colt three days old. A. Uucius. li. C, Slovens returned from Ouiaba iVoduosduy, whore ho hud been for several days trying to buy a couple of cur loads of stackers, but could not get any to suit limus they are but few ou llio market. 1{. U. McNeil roluruud Wednesday 'rout hii ranch In Nebraska, lie bought i number of cattle at Omaha and iiitemlu o fatten them for the market, lie reports Chorllo Lluuiuring HB doing wol and that la- likes thu couutry wry much. 01)an. Bradford hub boon coullnud to h|g jud since (bo Blurs wore ilofoatcd in the ball gurae Wednesday. We hope i 0 sue him up again in a few days and unolhur gumo arranged for between the clubs for they givo UB a first class gamu of bull, some- thang everyone enjovs seeing. Charley will never do to take defeat so badly. Remember, it is a brave heart tha bears up under adversity. It will soon be spring weather nnd you will need good footwear, as this is a time wbem motrey should not be wnstec in worthless goods, you will find it best to take n little time nnd look at Moore's line before you buy. The entertainment given Friday evening by the King's Daughters wns wel! patronized, especially by the younger element of our city. This young ladies make a success of everything they take charge, no matter what it may be. Superintendent McMnhon left Tuesdnv for Council Bluffs to be present at the meeting of the superintendents of this part of the state. The meeting is under the call of (Jtate Superintendent Sabin who will meet with them. Kelley'a army is marching through Iowa. Everywhere it goes it is being met with an ovation. N. M. Hubbord was hung in effigy atNeoln Sunday night. Public sentiment runs high against the railroad officials for the course they have taken. Hose company No. 2 has purchased a fine running hose cart of Reck & Eicke. The cart was manufactured by this firm and is a beauty. It cost about $100 and is to be used to practice with. The boys arc now training for the state tournament. Frank Berger hns taken a position with John Guild, our new dry goods merchant, and will hereafter be found behind the counter at that store. Frank is one of Carroll's best young men and will prove a first class man in any position he is called, upon to fill. Walter Fay is out with a potion asking the state oil inspector to appoint him a local sub-agent for this point. We would ba pleased to see Mr. Fay secure the appointment for he has more experience in this work than any man in our city and would undoubtedly make a good official. Rev. I. Sessler, of Sheridan township, left for Ogd»n Monday to attend the German Lutheran conference which is being held there this week. Thiscon- ferei.ce embraces all the churches along the three main lines of railroads through the center of the state. F. W. Krause came down from Omaha Saturday to spend Sunday and Monday in the city with bis family and friends- The latter dt>y was Arbor day in Nebrooka which is observed as a public holiday and all kind of business is suspended, so Frank took advantage of thf two days to visit at his home. John Neuerburc and family left for Albion, Neb., where they have purchased land and will make their future home. Mr Neuerburg is a son-in-law of John Tobin and for a number of rears was a resident of Sheridan township, where they have many friends who were sorry to have them leave. Tuesday Rev. Father Gehling of Willey, united H. Feat and Miss Theresa Flies in marriage. The Willey band accompanied the contracting parties and a host of friends to the;home of the bride's parents where a [.bounteous feast was prepared. A number of invited guests wero present from this city. Our stock is complete, goode first quality, popular prices. Tbe tariff or silver bill oats no figure with as. Don't think because we don't button hole you on tbe street and beg you to trade with na, we don't want your trade. We dc/int think yon are wise enorigb to choose tbe best place to trade. Respectfully. E. N. MERCHANT. On Friday and Saturday, April 27th and 28th, Dr. Woodburn, an eye, ear, nose and throat specialist from Des Moines, will be at tbe office of Dr. Kelly prepared to treat all diseases in bis line, and to accurately fit glasses to those who may need them. 62-2t Sam Easterly received a word Sunday that his stop-father, D. G. Ziegenfue died Saturday at Anamosa, where ho had been living with relatives. The deceased lived in this city for a number of years and was quite well known. Mr. Easterly left tor thereto be present at tbe funeral Tuesday. The tour years old ton of Barney Reynolds and wife died Sunday night after a protracted illness for several months. The deceased was first taken down with fever which afterwards developed into dropsy. During this long time tbe child has boon a patient sufferer. The funeral was hold Tuesday forenoon. Tho parents have the sympathy of friends iu this hour of their sorrow. The fake "Fairstoro" which had boon doing business in our city for some time, thought it would "do up" (ho newspapers for advertising they had boon doing for it. THK BKNTINKJ, attached tho foods when they wero taking them to ;ho freight depot fur shipment, one day ust week. As soon us tho other papers in the city learned of the action of THK NTiNKUhoy all tailed on and Thursday all tbft claims were paid iu full to- gether with costs. The newpopor fraternity of this city is ft bard cnwd to do business With ane especially when it is of tho bull dozing variety. J. W. Strohm was down town Monday for the trst lime in six weeks. Four woeUa prior to his last attack he was taken down with diphtheria and in a couple of days was attacked the second time making ten weeks in all that he has been confined to his room. He now thinks with proper care ho will soon be entirely recovered. Editor Rosewaler, of the Omaha Bee. the gentleman who spoke before the editorial association in our city last win- tor, was sent to the county jail Tuesday for thirty days and a fine of $500 for contempt, of court, Tho trouble grew out of articles published in the Bee at- tnchine Judge Scott's rectitude. The petition granting consent for the purchase and sale of spiritous liquor in this counly has beea signed bv nearly a sufficient number find will bo filed with the county audilor in a few dnys. It was a big task to secure the required number, not lhat Ibe people were not willing to efive their consent, but to find them, as the whole county had to be canvassed. The time is at hand to begin to make arrangements for Decoration day and with this end in view the grand army post will meet this evening to arrange for the observance of tlieday. Decoiation day has become one of the popular holidays in our city and no doubt but what the observance this year will be as general as usual. C. W. Bruner was at Omaha one day [his week arranging for a largo new roller which they are g"ing to add to their electric light and steam heating plant. The company is greatly in need of more power and it is tho intention to add another boiler65 inches in diameter and 16 feet in length with 125 pounds pressure. This will give them sufficient pressure to sustain a regular power for the lights thus making them more steady :lmn they are now. Mrs. E, N. Merchant and her daughter, Mrs. Albert Gnam, l«ft last evening for an extended visit with thn parents of Mrs. Merchant in Canada. They expect to be absent during the summer, returning about the first of September.' As they will spend the summer within a short distance of tbe Thousand Islands iu the St. Lawrence river they cannot but have a lovely vaca- ,ion. Mr. Guam will join them some time during the summer. Their friends whom they will leave behind wish them a pleasant vacation. Mr. Frank Dodson returned Monday r rom Logan, whore ho had been over Sunday with his family. He is looking for a house and if he can find a suitable one will move here at once with his 'amily. Since the middle of January Mr. Dobson has bought over -f 100,000 worth of hogs from this point and when he guts settled hero will probably be able to do a still larger business. He buys, mainlr 'or tho packers of Detroit and Indianapolis. THE SENTINEL is glad to welcome such live, wideawake business men as Ur. Dodson as residents of our city and we hope he will soon find a house and become one of us. Mr. H. U. Mi elf a has been appointed ocal agent for tho Bankers' Accidnnt Insurance company of Des Moines, and will.hereafter look after the company's uleresle at this place. Accident insurance is just beginning to be recognized as indispensable, as much so as lire or life nsurcnco and tbo Bankers' is one of the test of its kind. Nearly ovoryono caries accident insurance when they go away from home and in the Bankers' it doesn't cost much more to carry a policy all the time than the temporary short imo insurance costs. Mr. Micka will bo glad to explain the plan of his company o all these interested and it will be prof, table for those who think of taking accident insurance to cull on him. A 1'uitK BAKING Powuun. A baking power that can be depended upon to be free from lime and alum Is a desideratum,In those days of adulterated ood, So far as can be judged from tho olllclul reports, "Koyul" KCOIIIS to be tho inly one yet found by chemical analyses o ho entirely without one or tho other of heso Kubstuneus, and absolutely pure. I'bls, It In shown, results from the ex- lusivo usu by Its iiiaiiufatsturerH of cream of tartar (specially rcliued and prepared >y patent proeeshi'B which totally remove ho tartrato of Hum and othur linpurltlutt. 1'ho cost of this chi'iiilcally i>ure erenni of artar IK much greater thnn any other, and t is used In no leaking powder exec-pi tl>« 'Koyitl," tho manufacturers of willed c"ii- rol tbo patents under which It Is ri-llned, Dr. Kiiwaril (1. LOVM, formerly analytical chemist fur the I/. S. KOVOI ninoni, who nude tho analyses fur tho Mow York Slulo iounl of Health In tliolr Investigation of mkliiK powduiH, and whose Intlnmte mowledgo of tho ingredients of all those gold In this market enables liliu to snoak uuthorltutivttly, «nyu of tho purity, wliolo- Homoliesu, und superior ijunllty of tho lloyal:" "1 find tho lioyul Making 1'osvder coin- PURE &ONT ACCEPT 1NITATION5, THE PROCTER b GAMBLE CO.. OIN'TI. Awarded Highest Honors World's Fair, ^PRICE'S Tbe only Pure Crcuui of Tartar Powder.—No Ammonia; No Aluui Used in Millions of Homes—40 Years the Standard. poaod of pure nnd wholc-oino ingredients, Itis acream of turtnr piiwdcr, and does not contain either alum <>r iiiiosphates, or other injurious substance." Prof. Love's tests, anil the recent official tests by both the United States and C'nna dtan governments, show thn Koynl Baking Powder to be superior to all others ID strength and leavening power. It Is not only the most economical in use, but maltes the purest, finest flavored nnd most wholesome food. Judge Slrnpaon 3f tho sutmrlor court writes: From mental exhaustion, my norvous system became shiit- iorod, and I was utterly uimblo to sloop nights. Sulphur Bitters curort me, nnd my sleep Is now sound, sweet, and refreshing. 3 Advertised Letters. The following letters remain uncalled for at the postoffico, April 28, 185)4. Unless delivered within thirty days from date they will be forwarded to the dead letter office at Washington, D. C.: Nora Leory A, W. Swanson A. W. Racine M. C. Obi Mis. Farrlngton John W. Crooke The law provides that one cent shall be paid for all letters advertised. When calling for same please state dnte of advertisement. JNO. L. POWERS, P. M. RHEUMATISM CUBKD m A DAT.-"Mystic Cure" for Rheumatism and Neuralgia, radically cures In one to three days. Its action upon the system Is remarkable and m -Bterlous. It removes at once the cause and the disease Immediately disappears. The llrat dose greatly benenta 75 cts, Sold by J. W. Hatton druggist Carroll. For Sale. One voung short 1 horn ball subject to registration. JAMES MTJRPHY, Carroll, la. PiSTOllB. The undersigned will take in cattle to pasture for the season on the Wm. Gilley farm one aud one-half miles west of town. Good running water in pasture. Will furnish salt and take oare of cattle, but will not ba responsible for accidents should any ooonr. W. J. BURLEY. WANTED. An actiye agent iu ouch county in the 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. For Sale. I offer my farm situated in section 2, Washington township, for sale. For farther particulars address 38-6m ERNEST DBABEIM, Arcadia, Carroll County, lowu. NOTICE. All parties owini; me must call and settle either by cash or note. WM, TKOWBKIDUE. For Sale. Two young Short Horn bulls subject to registration. H. C. STBVKNB. Fon SALE. A well imprsvcd fiirin adjoining tho city limits of Breda. A cood barn 50x80, a two story house 20x80, good granaries 20x30 and other good out buildings. THOMAS BURNS, Breda. Iu, WANTED. To buy some potatoes at McLugau Schumacher's, Notice, My land office ia now over the first door south of tbe postoffloe. P. M. GDTHUIE. Pasture. Anyone wishing to pasture cattle iu the Anton Bruoh pasture should iuquire ot Aug. Wiederieu, Mt. Oarmel, Iowa. i . Notice. To whom it may concern: 1, Ueo, tSol/.er, hereby that 1 am engaged in imtmifucturlufi, bottling and nulling soda water, mineral waters, ginger ale, cldor. birvh buor uiul wluecroaiu ut Cur- roll, In Carroll county, Iowa, iu bottlus, cut-en, botilu holdtirw and blphonti, having my mark of ownership thuroou us follows: Tim half pint tmuk'b used for Huclu wuun and inliioral waters aro marked '•tiolzor Hros.,"(ir"lJuo,i'i)l/.or,"8Hincbulnj!bli)wn 111 tho bottluN. 7'lu> quurl bull lea iihi-cl for elder, ginger ale, birch bi'i<r and * Ino oruani. are inurki'il "Cioo. tti<l/.ur" blown in tho bottlou. Tho CUHUB and bottle hold- «rs iii'H mnrki'd "Sol/.iir Bros,," or "(ie<> S"i/.-r." or "Carroll llottllnit Woikh," uitlHT linrnuU In tlio woidor inurkc'd with with stencil plait*. TIWHlplion- arnimirk- od '-(ii-o. Sol/.i'r," engraved or ground In thoidass. All pornotiB aro forbidden to liny fell, UNO or di'Btniy any of snch described property under penalty of Ino law. • Oico. SKI./KII. Exooulora' Notion. Nolicu IB liunihy k'lvun to all imruoiii! Inter- u«U'cl. Unit on UiuiUlli d..j'(f Murch, ibUI, Hie unduraluiiud wns u|ipulniiul by iliu tllutrlut court oflMrroll i'.<miily. low-it, uje^ulorK of llio obtulu ut (juurgu KuiinuUuck, St., duouimuU lute ot mild county, lowu. All prruouH liulebtud to mitt culuto will iimlio imymcint to Ihu umlurulKni><l, Hint thuio ImvHu claims HKiiliitt llio HIIUII* will III-UIJOMI ihom R'Kiilly uuthuutluuloU lo Ihu ouiU cuiirl lor u|. lowunc.u. Dilluil, th« Ulh dttyof April. Itilll. J. W. and IIICNUV KK.NNK''K('K. Kxuoutor'u No lieu. Notiwi In horoliy irlrun to all purnoiis Intur- iii>tud. llmluii llio I'JIh duy ut Mturh, Ibiu, llm iimlurulmRMl \MU Hjipoiuloil by the district court uf i itrroll muni) 1 , IOHII, t'M'uulor of llm i'uliila of Klunoru /IvKuufuin, tlucuiuuU, lutu of mid couuly, luwit. All prmouH IndubUul tu uuld cmulu will muko imyiuuiit to Ihu uiiituruluiiud. a ml tlicnu luivlnu I'lulnia iiKUluvt tilt) nuiiiv will mi'.uui thein lugiilly aiuliuiitU'iiiud to llio uulu court for ul- Uuted'thu Olh duy of April, Iblll. I'KTKU llBHtlKH. WAS NIPPJiDJNJHE BUD Indiana Juryman Offers to Hang a Jury For $5,000. ARRESTED A3 HE SAT IN THE BOX Frank Slantmril, Ills Partner la the Deal, Arro«tml n« Ho Sat na t Delegate In the Kepubtloitn State Convention—Tills Ailrtl Another Chapter to One of the Sens*- tuunl IncllEinnpoliif Hank Case), INDIANAPOLIS, April v.(i — The (rial ot Frank and Percival Coffin and A. 8, Reed of the Indianapolis Cabinet co puny for aiding T, P. Haughey. presii dent ot the Indianapolis bank in wreck ing that institution, was not resumed Wednesday afternoon. At noon Judge Baker announced that there was in fall possession evidence that Juror Alvia Armstrong of Lawrence county had been guilty of conspiracy and corruption against the government by attempting to enter into a compact with thedefendantl to hang the jury for a consideration ot (5,000. Tho juror was arrested as be sat in the box, the jury was discharged and the court adjourned until next Tuesday when a new jury will be selected from the May venire and the sensational case will be commenced again. It has already cost the government $6,000, •which is lost. The details of the crime of Juror Armstrong; were equally sensational and involved Frank O. Stannard of Lawrence county, who was arrested at once as he sat as a delegate in tbe Republican state convention, but d square away. Armstrong Would Hang the .Jury. Armstrong and Stnnmird are neighboring farmers and stockraisers in Lawrence county and during the latter part of last week, wlriie both were at home, they met in Bedford and agreed that When they came to Indianapolis Monday Stannard was to see one of the Coffini and make an agreement that for $5,000 Armstrong would hang the jury. They flame to the city Sunday night and Monday Stannard called upon one of tbe attorneys of the defense at bis office and asked to see one of the Coffins personally, Mr. Claypool, suspecting something, sent for F. A. Coffin, and after the two had retired to a private room, Stannard made his proposition on behalf of Armstrong, the juror. Coffin said he doubted what he said and must see his attorneys, arranging another meeting with Stannard and Armstrong that evening. Coffin told bis counsel what had happened and thoy carried tho news directly to Judge Baker of tho United States district court, who is trying the case. Evidence! Was Sattafnctory. ' The court directed that jtho evidence against the two men be secured so as to secure their conviction, and, acting under this advice, a meeting with Annstrong and Stannard was arranged for. A stenographer was present and the compact was duly completed and witnessed. Armstrong was to hung tho jury and he and Stnimard wore to oaeb got $2,500. / Armed with this damning evidence, the defendant* and counsel laid the matter before tho court. He announced the proof satisfactory, Armstrong and Stannard were brought before him nnd placed under $15,000 bonds to appear before him aoxt Monday for trial and sentence. Btannard is of the firm of Stannard Brothers, extensive stock raisers, of Lawrence county, president of tfie Big Fair association and secretary of tho Bedford Fair and Trotting association, lie is also administrator of a big estate, nought n Whole Mining Camp. DBNVBII, April 20,—M. Quggenheln & Sons, owners of smelters at Pueblo and Monterey, Mox., have bought the whole mining camp of Topuzulu, Mox,, Including U copper, lead and silver mines, Tho consideration is about $1,0011,000. Tho firm will build at a cost of another million, II miles of railway to connect their mines with tho Mexican Central, a smelter and concentrating plant at Agiwscnliuuteg and u reliuory at Perth Amboy, N. J. They will put on u Unu of steamers between Tumpico, Mox., and Perth Amboy, N. J., to carry the pro? duct of their smelters to the refinery, i'athur C'orbutt In Court, I'LATTBttouTH, Neb., April 80,—The lionriug of Futber Corbutt, tho Palmyra priest, was taken up lulo Wednesday aft- aruuou, upon tho arrival of tho priest, Tho defense at the uommtmcomont ot the proceedings ruisod the question of thu court's jurisdiction. Tho court took th.8 matter uiulor udvUoment until Friday, when a ruling will bo rendered. TUa -jsti'jii us to thu LMutempt \vlll COIIIB noxt. A two mile diiHli for tiHjtters will ba a feature of the Twre lluuto (Ind.) weut- nit. \ bheritl'b Hulo. Nui|>(* la liori'liy g\\en Unit 1>; virtus of tuneuhl uxi-uulluli, tu inn illriwUHl byliiu clerk ul I lie llnlrlot cum tol Carroll county, fuwii, ugHlimt l|iO \ iioiln.i'liutiuiB, imuiH, U'liruiiniU, c'to^utVutrluk '' . liuitulv i-tHl,, ilufi mliuit In divnr of tha Artnft lfit Iiuuruuoo uouiininy, |iluliitlff, 1 will ofUr u public null- tu thu liiKlim unil livnt ulililor for •null, in llui (Juururtliu noun lioiiau lit lln< town >( Curi'oll, uuuntr uf Uitriuli, luwr., uutueHiuUay ot may, IHII. lic'lwi'cn tlu> humtt of tl o'clock u, m, mil iuVlui-k ii, in, un snUI iluv. iillufimKi d»- Viiiiiinu' rliilil. Ui'o ami Inti'it-nt in ymi (a tin- foHimlng tli'noillji'il ri-iil cutatti, sllmUint in Jurrull county, tu wit: Thu wi<«l liulf pt (|m uuiiliUfM i|uiirti-r of Hfctlun tHuiily.ilirnt (iSj tiiwinUl|icli;ht).tounHI) ranitu thlUHIvu (36) wtwt of Dili n. in,, in Carroll county Iowa, t'oiititlnliiB t'luhly aoriu nioi-o or lt>««. Httlo tu ucumuuiioout iliuliuur oIlU:lDo'«l< i. in. of null) ilny, * Wltnt-UH my IniuU thin Hlh <lny or Amil. 1BW. 6'i-at It. T. JKmmr, Blmrul. CurruU ouunt)',lowii,

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