The Carroll Sentinel from Carroll, Iowa on May 18, 1894 · Page 8
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The Carroll Sentinel from Carroll, Iowa · Page 8

Carroll, Iowa
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Friday, May 18, 1894
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PERSONAL GOSSIP. Archibald Philip-Primrose is the name of the new premier, ; Lord Rosebery. Lord Salisbury habitually dictates official papers into one of Edison's phonographs. John A. Cockerill of the New York Advertiser bears a striking personal re- Semblance to the first Napoleon. Professor Tyndall is said to have been the first man to everiatteinpt to produce W artificial rainbow—this in 1883. At 92 Sir Harry Verney, Florence Nightingale's brother-in-law, goes out on horseback to a meet of the hounds. Mrs. Thomas Wentworth Higginson, who is a niece of -Mrs. Longfellow, is younger than her husband, who is 70, by a score of years. Cardinal Gibbons,,at the pope's request, has sent to his holiness large pictures of President Cleveland and ex- President Harrison. The khedive of Egypt is enjoying a picnic in the desert, accompanied by 50 members of his bodyguard. The party travels by moonlight, resting during the day. Mrs. Newman of London is a business •woman of tact and energy. She has long successfully conducted a large jewelry establishment in the .English metropolis. Dr. Seward Webb, president of the Wagner Palace Car company, has the largest private parkin the United States, It comprises 200,000 acres in the Adirondack mountains. STAMPED OUT *-4>lood-poisons of every name and nature, by Dr. Fierce's Golden Medical Discovery. Is rouses every organ into healthy, action, purifies and enriches the blood, and through It cleanses and renews the whole system. AU Blood, Skin, and Scalp Diseases, from 4 common blotch or eruption to the worst Scrofula, are cured by it. For Tetter, Salt- rheum, Eczema, Erysipelas. Boils, and Carbuncles, th» "Discovery' 1 is a direct remedy. - Mm. CAROUWB WHK» unr, of Carney, Baldwin Co., Ala* writes: "I suffered (or one quarter of a century with "fever-sore" (ulcer) on my leg and eczematous eruptions and gave up all hope of ever being well again,' But I am happy to say that your Dr. Plerce's Golden Medical Discovery made a i CUIOLINI WlSKLKV. men t_ > tried different doctors and'almost ill known remedies without elect. PIERCER-CURE. HOME SEEKERS' EXCURSIONS 8, 1804 29, 1804 TUESDAY MAY TO Nebraska, South Dakota, (Black Kills District) Wyoming, Best Farming Country west of Missouri River. Via F. E. & M. V. K. E. Through Trains from Mo. Valley. CHEAP RATES. for round trip. No rate less than $7.00. |^~Tickets good 30 days. Stop over on going trip west of Missouri river. Any railroad agent will sell you through tickets. Write J. H. Gable, Traveling Faweo- ger Agent, Deoiaon, Iowa, for farther put Ionian. STONE MADE CHAIRMAN la His Address He Launches Bland's Boom. TAESNET EULOGIZED CLEVELAND. Mayor Davis Welcomed the Democratic Convention to Kansas City—Two Reports Prom the Committee on Resolutions. Doinnnd Made to Place Sliver on Equality With Gold. KANSAS CITY, May Ifl. — Governor Stone unqualifiedly launched the presidential boom for Silver Dick Bland in the Missouri state Democratic convention .here Tuesday. The temporary chairman, J. M. D. Trimble after a long con- tinned row in the committee on resolutions sought to make matters smooth in his opening speech to the convention by declaring that state conventions did not meet to decide national issues nor to nominate a presidential candidate, nor to create a presidential possibility. When-Governor Stone, who was made permanent chairman, arose to make his talk about the first thing he uttered was a denial of Trimble's propositions. State conventions, he declared, express the thought of the people of the state which •was crystalized at national conventions. He was sorry that rumor made him a candidate for United States senator, a position he did not seek. When he retired from-the governorship, he said emphatically, it would be to return to private life. Start* Bland's Presidential Boom. But regarding the report which connected Congressman Bland with the presidential campaign of 1896 he wished to say that the people could not nominate more conscientonst faithful and devoted servant. No better man had ever been elected to public office. Ho was worthy of the highest confidence. And if the speaker ever had an opportunity he would gladly support him, as he would any other honest representative western Democrat for that high office. The convention had scarcely assembled for its afternoon session when there was loud calls for "Bland" from all parts of the house. The delegates could not be quieted until they were told Mr. Bland was busy in the committee room and could not be seen theu. The persistent fight in the committee on resolutions was over the adoption of the silver plank. The members were willing to pass over Ihe question of indorsing the Democratic national administration, but Governor Stone and Congressman Bland were flatfooted fora silver plank in the platform and no compromise. The governor's remarks on this subject before the convention indicated his aide was hi the minority in the committee, as he told the convention for them to say and not a majority or a minority of the committee whether or not they were favorable to bimetallism. "Have yon any opinion on this question?" the governor said, addressing the delegates. Loud and repeated cries of "Yes" was the response. 'We want to demonstrate," said the governor, "that Wall street cannot corrupt, coerce nor debauch, the Democracy of Missouri." Mayor Webster Davis, the Republican neciitive of the city, made the welcoming address to the convention. He wjs [oudly cheered at the close of his re- fetrfcs. T*ftn«y Eulogised President Cleveland. Responding to a call during a lull in the proceedings, Congressman Hall took the floor. He was in favor of a free and unlimited coinage of silver, but did not believe it was the duty of the Missouri democracy to make an exposition of that principle in iU platform. That, he believed, was the work of delegates, properly inttructod by their constituents, to the national convention. Congressman Tarsney came next and confined himself to the tariff, incidentally eulogizing President Cleveland, whom he called the apostle of tariff reform, and giving Senator Hill a side thrust. "There was a, Valley Forge before Yorktown,"he went on, "a Bull Bun before Appomattoi," and then with measured emphasis, "there was a Benedict Arnold before— Gentleman of the convention, pardon if legislative courtesy forbids me to carry the parallel further," Here the convention shouted loudly and repeatedly, •Hill." Two BeporU on Desolations. As the committee on resolutions were not ready to report the convention proceeded to the nominations, but before these were complete the committee on resolution* appeared, and were ready to rtport. Two report* were submitted. majority report denounces the inleyact, favors the imposition of tax as proposed in the Wilson indorses the action of President ' * and the Democratic confteea in the repeal of the infamoof federal election laws, and speaks at follows on th» silver question: Whereaa, The constitution of tht Unit- ad States provides that congress shall have pa war to coin money, regulate the value thereof and of foreign coins, and alsx> provides that no state shall coin money or m*k* «nrtnU>g but gold and •liver coin, a tend*? In payment of debt*. Hence, we declare) It to U • dn»y enjoined open congress by the constitution to coin both gold and silver money (or the use of the people of the states; that congress bas BO rightful pow«r to refuse the coinage of ether metals. We therefore demand the free bimetallic coinage of both gold and silver and the restoration of tb« bimetallic standard as It existed under our laws for over 90 years prior to tb« demonetization o( the standard silver dollar in 1870, and should it become neoetterr to order to maintain the two metau in «iroul«tiou to readjust the ratio, it shall b» Aeterrolued whether gold has risen or ailvsr has fallen «ud wuetuor were should b« a ckaugs of tbo gold dollar or tuo silver dflllttifor of botu, to the ajtd that whateftt ratio is ndoptud the rights of both trMiter «ud debtor shall be preserved alike, Laving iu view tu« demands of we >«opl« for an udequulo clr- •uutlng medium. we declare that we are not tw 'avor of fold monometallism or 'Silver monome- tallism, but that both should be coined at such ratio as will maintain the two metals iu circulation. We insist upon the Democratic doctrine oi Jackson and Benton, 'that all money issued by the authority of cohgress shall be issued and its value maintained by the government; that we are opposed to fartniftg out to national banks the right to issue circulating notes; that we are opposed to any further increase of the In • terest bearing djpbt of the government. The following is the report of the mi • hority members—Graham, Fi'ost, David R. Francis and B. O. Lehr, all of St. Louis—which is a substitute for the coinage plank; Wo hereby reaffirm the declaration of Democratic principles placed before the country by the last Democratic national convention, assembled at Chicago on June 28, 1892, and ratified by the state Democratic platform adopted at Jefferson City «n July 20, 1893. The following candidates have been nominated for two of the offices: Judge of the supreme court, Judge Francis M. Black; superintendent .of public schools, W. T. Carrington. CROP BULLETINS ISSUED. Condition of Iowa Crop* Never More Favorable Than at Present. DBS MOINES, May 10—The Iowa crop bulletin says: The past_ week has been favorable for crops. In early planted fields corn has an excellent stand and planting is nearly completed, with the soil in fine condition. Small grain, potatoes, meadows and pastures' are doing notably well. The staple crops of this •state have never been more promising in the middle of May. The outlook for fruit continues to be 'fairly good. OkUHA, Neb., May 15.—The Nebraska weather crop bulletin for the week ending May 14 has been issued by Captain C. E. Hunt, the observer at Omaha, as follows: Owing to the continued drouth in the southwestern portion of the state and the appearance of cut • worms, and bugs in some localities the reports this week are not altogether so faVorable as the preceding two weeks, and while it is hardly probable that any serious damage has thus far resulted from drouth seasonable rains would prove of great benefit in .all portions of the state, except the northeastern section, where the« have had all the moisture needed. Wheat and other small grains, as a rule, are doing well; pastures are excellent and fruit prospects were never better. Many oat fields are being plowed up and replanted in corn, thus largely increasing the acreage of that most important of Nebraska crops. The bulk of the corn crop has been planted and much of it is already up to a good stand and is being worked. The season is well advanced and upon the whole the prospects are better than the average in this state) TOAEKA, Kan., May )«.—The United States Department of Agriculture through its Kansas director, T. B. Jennings, issued the weekly crop bulletin as Follows: Wheat, rye, barley, oats, and jrass have made a fine growth. Cora is ill planted, mostly up, a good stand, of fine color, and is being generally cultivated. Homegrown strawberries are in the market in the extreme south. Chinch bugs are appearing in large numbers as Far north as Cloud and west into Stafford. In Coffey much damage js being done locally by the bugs in wheat fields. Northern Pacific'Trouble Settled. MINNEAPOLIS, May 16.—All differences ^dating between the N6rthera Pacific Railway company and its employes growing out of the recent strike were tmicably settled Tuesday night when the report of the arbitration committee was unanimously adopted. It provides For the restoration of the salaries of certain employes of the company in accordance with the original proposition, and also that all classes of employes should betaken back to work, except.those charged with the destruction of property or who. were in the hands of the law. Slapped • Reporter's Face. KANSAS CITY, May 16.—Mrs. Maud Lord Drake, the noted medium, was given a verdict for $1,200 damages against Marshal Stewart in her suit for conspiracy and false imprisonment. Two years ago Mrs, Drake slapped a local reporter's face for ridiculing one of her seances. She was imprisoned without, it is claimed, being given a chance to furnish bail, and brought suit. Kelly's Navjr at E|don. ELDON, la., May 10.—The industrial army arrived from Ottumwa Tuesday night. One hundred boats are camped half a mile below the city, the rest being scattered on shoals, rocks, sandbars, etc., 10 miles above. Several collisions have occurred between the meu and deputies and many were slightly injured, Two oommouwealers were arrested. A Hint to Young Men. Alas, bow prevalent sie uose dree* disea hlobroaksuwpprematu/el^aged.^le.lUlle low spirited, languid, easily tired, forgetful L Incapable; fill mid-nouses and swell the lists of luiuldss: separate husbands and wives; bring untold suturing to millions, even unto tbe (bird and fourth veneration. A complete and selenUBe treatise Ion tbise allnuut*, prepared bjr an association of medical S&SaiSSSj&Jii ***g£a ^ggua^JfjaA [ Meflicaj IO9. Ice seaion ha* now begun and the wagon Is now out. l*»ve your orders »t (be office of A. U. Quint or M. Blmon'i atora. Notion Is berety clal exeui ine out walnut I •to,, of virtue ol a ipe- 1 the oliiref . county, ,tels. lands, te Usrroll,_. tween line n. iu. on lltl« and In surlbcd to-wlt: CARhOLL 1». BOOtffl. SOOBE FOtJR to Sit IK FAVOB OF THB HOME CLUB. The Carroll Stars met the Boone club on the diamond at Minoben's park Sunday afternoon and one of the most plena- ant and friendly games was witnessed by a large crowd of people, that hue been played here this season. Both clubs were in good trim and played ball from the begitning to the end, with the exception of the last half of the eighth when the Boone club made several cosily errors and allowed the Stars to run in three scores. The Carroll boys took tbe lead in the first inning and kept it until the first half of fihe eighth when Boone got in two scores, thus tying the game at 3 to 3. The Stars then took their inning and by good slick work and poor playing on the port of the Boone olub piled up three scores changing the record to 6 to 8, The Boone boys took their last turn and the first batter smashed the sphere clear out over the fielders and while they were gathering it in he made a triumphal tour of of oil tbe bases recording the first home run ot the season. Evert bod} was anxious at this point to see the visitors pile np two more runs, but tbe unerring aim of Image, tbe pitoh- er, mowed then down, not a single man afterward reaching first base. The game was closed and the Stars were winner. Charles' ebon hue took on a brighter luster and he embled about the ground with all tbe agility of a baby elephant while a great huge smile stole all over bis face. Charles was happy and in a measure cheered tbe drooping epirto of bid defeated adversaries to see him feeling so elated. The game was a good one and we hope to see another contest between these clubs for they are evenly matched and the result of victory to either club wi 11 depeL d greatly np luck. The following is the score by innings: 128456789 Stars 1 0200008 0-6 Boone 0 01000021-4 Wood's Cures Every Time. CABHOLL, IOWA, May 6, 1894.—Hood's Sarsa- parllia cannot be equalled for a spring medicine. It strengthens ' tbe weak, creates an appetite and gives new life to all parts oi tbe body. I hive taken It for dyspepsia and found tbat It cures every time. As a blood purifier I would recommend It to everyone. UBS. J. 8. WBIQHT. Hood's Pills cure Indegestlon. *THE bestinvestment J- in real estate is to keep buildings well painted. Paint protects the house and saves repairs. You sometimes want to sell—many a good house has remained unsold for want of paint. The rule should be, though, "the best paint or none." That means Strictly Pure White Lead You cannot afford to use cheap paints. To be sure of getting Strictly Pure White Lead, look at the brand; any of these are safe: "Southern," "Red Seal," "Collier," "Shipman." FOR COLORS.—National Lead Co.'s Pure White Lead Tinting Colors. C»Hollcouuty7 Pltohtr'i Qatttrla*, no mate ready-mixed paints,but •combination of perfectly pure colors in tbe handiest form to tint Strlctfy Pure White Lead. A good many thousand dollars have been saveaproperty-owneri by having our book on painting, and color-card. Send us a postal card mnt\ aeibothfree " NATIONAL LEAD CO. St. Louis Branch, ^ C|uk Avenue aijd Tenth Street, St. Louie. BEPORT OF THE CONDITION ' — or roc — FIRST NATIONAL BANK (8960) At Carroll, In tb« State of Iowa. «t tbe close of business, May. 4, IWi. HKtOUBOM. Loans and discounts 1)98,440 Overdrafts, secured and unsecured..., 412 U. B. Bonds to secure circulation ~ Premium* on B. B. bonds.,.. Block*, securities, etc Banking bouse, furniture and Biture* reel estate and mort«-*gts owned Other r Due front approved reserve Checks and other, cash Items... Notes of utbor National beiiks 1, Fractional uaptr ourrenor, nickels and MDU .......... 70 OO-IUMe W coemption fuud wltb V> f. «r#ae- urn (6 P«r cent of circulation) i.WQQ melromu. B. treasurer, lotbjr (ban 0 percent redemption fuad) MOO Total WU7.7W1W Nat p«a to other r'o'pt*,' iei* «*PtViiii' 'and BQtW tfUltflftUdlUsy * *»t.» uanks.l,'4IO U » . taktee of dspoJlt.i.Ml 1HW,!07 V Total .............................. |sW,W» of Iowa. County of Carroll, ei: ' • li true o< iu| ku«wlwl*« tutU . 1. WATTWW, What is Castoria Is Dr. Samuel Pltctaer*a prescription for Infant! 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 Millions of Mothers. Castoria destroys Worms and allays feverishness. Castpria prevents vomiting Sour Cnrd| cures Diarrhoea and Wind Colic. Castoria relieves teething troubles, cures constipation and n>t.nlency* Castoria assimilates the food, regulates the ncomach and bowels, giving healthy and natural sleep. Castoria is tho Children's Panacea—the Mother's Friend* Castoria. "Osstoria Is an excellent medicine for children. Mothers have repeatedly told me of its good effect upon their children." , Da. O. 0. Osooon, Lowell, Has*. "Castoria Is the best remedy for children of which I am acquainted. I hope the day Is hot f«r distant whenmotberswlllconslderthereal Interest of their children, and use Castoria Instead of the vuiout quack nostrums which are destroying tbelr loved ones, by forcing opium, morphine, soothing syrup and other hurtful •gents do mi their throats, thereby sending them to premature graves." / Dm. J. F. KwcB«tt>s, Conway, Ark. Castoria. " Csscoria Is so well adapted to children that I recommend itas superior to any prescription known to me." B. A. Anomw, K. D., Ill So. Oxford St.. Brooklyn, N. T. " Our physicians In tLe children's depart. ment have spoken highly of their experience in their outside practice with Csctoria, and although we only bava among our medical supplies what Is known as regular products, yet we are free to confess that tto . merit* of Osstoria has won us to look with .favor uptn It." HXITID BOSPITAI, AMD DiirnsiKT, AIUSM 0. SMITH, Pre$,, Vhe Centaur Company, TT Hurray Street, New York City.. "A FAIR PACE MAY PROVE A FOUL BARGAIN." MARRY A PLAIN GJRL IF SHE USES SAPOLIO ARROLL DRY GOODS COMPANY C liy Hoods, MODS, llineiy id Cloab BUTTERIOB: We are showing an exceptionally nice line of Ladies Capes. Also, a large assortment of Ladies Skirt Waiste. Stock of Fine Laces and Embriodery. An Excellent Stock of Dress Trimmings In the Latest Styles. Extraordinary Preparations Have been made to meet thej requirements of the Spring Trade in Millinery. We have what will suit you, and judging by the amount of work we are turning out, the prices are also suitable. WE WANT YOUR TRADE. _ _ You make no mistake iu making! your purchases here.. Everything is sold with the complete understanding that per feet satisfaction is guaranteed. £3^ We are the Low Price Makers on our line of goods. 'cSD Yours truly, CARROLL Df!Y GOODS COMPANY, M 111 rum QitHu nl nrctat Timnuniii, timll liu. THE BOYS ARE DOMING ^ OUR WAY Largest Selection, Fine Assortment, Lowest Prices are our Magnet that Draws. 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