The Carroll Sentinel from Carroll, Iowa on June 8, 1894 · Page 3
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The Carroll Sentinel from Carroll, Iowa · Page 3

Carroll, Iowa
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Friday, June 8, 1894
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''I PROFESSIONAL CARDS. C, E. REYNOLDS, and COUNSELOR AT LAW. Practice In all state and federal cor ^ Commercial Law a Spatially . ' , Office over Fitflt National Bank, Carre' ^tMra. W, R, LEE,. ~~"~ A tl-OUNEt. Will practice (n.^HeMeaMlled eral courts. Collections f^ -^\ other tml- will receive pwmnt any «««*!! attention. - in Fltat National ban'/ Wflt!lt l 'CarrolM«wa. T.O SURVEURID LANDS. Subcommittee on irrigation to Draft Such a Bill. F, M. aTToRNKt. Practices m all the oouito Md H makes milectlMrm prottttftlj'. Offloeon Fifth ftreet. wet Sboeraakerg grocery store, Omroll la W. BowitH, AT LAlW. Hakes colteotlonit »•/»<! WnSacts otherieBjri business promptly. A. >U. QUOTE, AT <LAW, will practice. In all the « CouctB. Collections in all parts of Carroll fMUntr will have closest attention. OHIo* «1th Northwestern Utftlding and Lion AssoolMlon, south side tilth Btteet, Carrol,, tawa. A. KESSLKR, A. M. M. D. P HYSICIAN AND 8URS1X5N, Carroll, town. Office In the Berger building, south side ttesidenoe'teorner CarrWi and Main attest. Stithstreeta. v. , (OB. W. HCHFHBKY, D ENTAI, 6URUEON. T#oth ex tracted without pain by the . M of nttrous oxide gm. Office over first National Bank, corner worn, Carroll, Iowa. G. L. SHEBMAN, ]1Sfisf[ Urn administered. 'All work Is guaranteed. Office o* Fifth St., overJpostBfllce, CamKl, Iowa. i'WM. ARTS, • JOHN •!J. P. HESS President i.Vice.Presldent Cashier DOSS A GENERAL BANKING BUSINESS. Loans Monej at Lowest Batee. Accords to Itc depositors every accommoda- tloa comsiatant with souittt banking. Sells. Borne and For- DISCUSS THE SUGAR SCHEDULE, " Buys -and tUgn Exchange. W, L. CCLBisraoN Prea. -R. B, COBURH, Casbtftr TBA.H4ACTIM8 :* A GKNBBAL BANKING Busnratv Lands Bought ana Sold, Titles Examined and Abstract* Vuralnhed. WITH BTBBar, OABBOLL. IOWA. ," NEW HARNESS SHOP THEO. OBTEN. Prop. An Mrtlre new and complete stock of" +Hirnese, Saddles, Whlpt,* Robes, Fly Nets And ewrjtfclng usually contained In a flr'st otat* establishment ot this ktad. All work warranted to be first olasi In everjr partUutar. HepairlKff Neatly ana Ckeuply DOM. . OIVK MB A TBIAL. Opposite Burke'* hotel. Carroll, low*. SEBASTIAN WALZ Boots and Shoes, I Mm • feus) a fall eM rrsntim iiai f LADIES' AND CEMT8' IH0EI Benate-r Vest Ataite an Ktptanittlon—Allison Delivered an Elaborate Speech—Carlisle Mot Contemplating a Bond I«»a»»—Mo Quire on the Central FaclQe reuniting •111—Morgan Offer* «u Amendment. "WASHINGTON, Ju«e 5.—The arid land Question, about which the western mem »bers had so mnch to say wton the agri •cultural bill was before the'house, was considered Monday by the. Committee on irrigation. A subcommittee — Sweet (Ida.), Hart (Mont), DooHttle (Wash.), Pence (Colo.) and Newlanfls (Nev.)—was instructed to 'draw up a general bill 'along the lines of ouo for/survey of Idaho lands • introduced . by Representative Sweet. It Will provide for a survey un> der the general direction of the secretary of war • of the 'arid lands in western states, with the /preparation of maps showing the ditches <or canals and reservoirs necessary for the reclamation of the land smfl report upon the water available for ^irrigation, with estimates of the quantity <of land possible of reclamation and of-the cost. The states of Montana, Washington, Oregon, Idaho, the Dakotas and perhaps others will be included in the'bill, with a recommendation for an appropriation of 925,000 for each state. .'. DISCUSS THE SUGAR SCHEDULE. Speeches Made' Senators Test and Allison From Different Point* of View. WASHINGTON, Jnne 5.—Thirteen senators, «ix Democrats and seven Republicans, were in the senate room Monday when : the senate entered upon the tariff bilL 'Senator Hoar suggested -the ab- senee'of a quorum and 80 minutes were spent wanting the presence of 47 senators necessary to proceed. A resolution providing for the payment of the expenses of the bribery and other, investigating committees out of the contingent fund was adopted. The tariff bill was taken up, the sugar schedule pending. Senator Vest.took the floor and made a brief ex planation concerning the controverted point in last Saturday's debate as to the existence of the sugar trust in 1800. Senators Aldrich and Sherman had contended that the present trust was not in existence and that its stock was not listed on the New York stock board. Senator Vest produced some authorities to show that 8,826,000 shares of the stock of the sugar refining company were sold on the market in New York iu )800, which at 9100 per share represented 9800,000,000. He had as .much right to insinuate that the sugar trust dictated the sugar schedule in the McKinley bill as senators on the other side had to impugn the action of the majority in the present congress. Allison (la.) followed Vest with an elaborate speech on the sugar schedule. It was, he said, by far the most important provision of the hill. It afforded one-third of the revenue produced by the bill. He'declared, according to numerous authorities, sugar could be refined cheaper here than in Germany and some other European countries. The schedule practically would prohibit the importation of refined sugars. It was not a schedule for protection, but prohibition. Jones (Ark.) followed with a detailed explanation of the sugar schedule. He ! denied that the McKinley bill had given the people one ounce of free sugar. By Imposing a duty of six-tenths of a cent on refined sugar, it had taxed the people 9*8,000,000, all of which went into the pockets of the refiners. Besides 9lfi,000,000 bad to be paid out of the treasury in the form of sugar bounties, so the total sugar tax on the .people of the United States amounted to 938,000,000, of which not one dollar had gone into the federal treasury. The duty which it was proposed to impose by this bill, he said, thi 1601, It Is claimed th«t • majority el the whole senate did not vote for it. Borne counties propose to hold election! under it and others under the old The proceedings are bro bUt the tangle. Central Paclftd Funding- WASHINGTON, June 5.— Mctfutre (Cal.) appeared before house committee, on Pacific roato, matt ing a strong protest against any funding bill or any othor arrahgement which Would release the estates of Huntington Stanford and others from personal liabil ity to the government for the debts o the Central Pacific. Baltimore Has Sailed, WASHINGTON, June 5.— The navy department has been informed of the sail ing of the Baltimore from Nagasaki Japan, for Chemulpo, Corea, to look after American interests there, which are reported to be threatened. Morgan Offers an Amendment. WASHINGTON, June 5.— Senator Mor gan presented an amendment to th tariff bill directed against the formation of trusts in imported articles. Sterling Postmaster Confirmed. WASHINGTON, June 5.— The senate con firmed Robert W. Smith as postmastei of Sterling, Colo. TO TRY SEYMOUR FOR MURDER, •npposed to Have Killed His Father-In lair, O. I'. Flfleld. CEDAB RAPIDS, la., June 5.— In the district court at Anamosa will be triec one of the most interesting cases which have ever engaged the attention of the court of Jones county. It is the case ol the state against Emmet Seymour foi the murder of George Fifield, his father in-law. Shortly after the marriage ol Seymour to Fifield'n daughter the old gentleman was found one evening lying on the railroad tracks, near his home, it an unconscious condition. He had been struck in the head by some blunt instrument, and died' without regaining con scionsness. A few months later Seymonr was discovered in the act of stealing lumber after night. Upon further investigation it was found he had been the chief actor in a long series of petty thefts, which had long perplexed Anamoea business men. The discovery of these crimes, and the fact that the stolen property was con cealed about Seymour's house, caused people to think that the man had been the cause of Fifleld's death, the supposition being that Fifield had discovered Seymour's crime and threatened exposure. Seymour was tried for various thefts and sent to the penitentiary foi three years. That sentence having been •stayed, he is now to be tried for murder. Tan Lemren and Kessel Indicted. DUBUQUB, June 5. — A special term of the United States court was held here Monday to dispose of demurrers in the Van Leuven and Kessel pension fraud cases. Jndge Shiras sustained the defendant's demurrer in the case in which Van Leuven was sole defendant and Dr. Kessel is sole defendant, but they were jointly indicted. The majority of th< indictments are sustained. Both defendants . then pleaded not guilty. The trial will take place at the Decembei term. Van Leuven was taken to Minneapolis to plead to 10 indictments against him there. • _ Dansjeroui Criminals Sentenced. DBS MOINES, Jnne 6.— Frank Balrd and Ora Bean, two Crestou counterfeiters, pleaded guilty to the charge of counterfeiting and were sentenced to 80 and 15 months respectively in the Fort Madison prison by Judge Woolson. BeSTftOvetJ. * n; jlil Warm Hpfit.tatlnf; the fields by Killing the Germ. WEBSTER CITY, la., June 5.—A small, yellow worm, about an inch 16ng, and resembling the black thousand-legged worm that is usually found in decayed timber, has made its appearance in the cornfields in this section and is creating havoc with the coming crop. It is thought to be a Worm that thrives only in extremely dry seasons. ' It is eating the roots of the corn and fcori ng into the kernels in the ground, killing the germs. It is estimated that with copious rains from now on, the oat crop here will not mature more than half and farmers are finding it necessary to feed stock running In the pastures hay. Storm DaiimRf* Crop*. PORT SCOTT, Kan., Juno 5.—A disastrous windstorm passed through this county, six miles northwest of this city. The wind was accompanied by a violent rain, and growing corn and othor grains were laid low. Trees were uprooted, window glass destroyed, and barns were carried from their foundations. From meager reports received it is learned there were but two men seriously hurt The damage to crops, live stock an< orchards will be heavy. Saved the Crops Finally. . Sioux CITY, Jnne 5.—Another week o drouth and the corn throughout this section would have been ruined. Smal grain would have been less than half a crop, and one-third of the corn woulc have been ruined. A rain that fell steadily all day Monday throughout South Dakota; Nebraska and western Iowa has come in the nick of Time, anc the danger is over. Wheat Eight Inches High. MINNEAPOLIS, June 5.—The Northern Pacific weekly crop report is very ,1avor able, showing rain in nearly all sections along the line, and wheat is eight inches high in North Dakota. The report covers Minnesota, North Dakota, Montana, Washington, Oregon and Manitoba. Rain at Central City. CENTRAL CITY, Neb., June 5.—Merrick county is rejoicing over a heavy rain, which was badly needed. Owens Cheered by Women. PABIS, June 5.—Hon. W. C. Owena, the opposing candidate of Colonel Breckinridge for congress in the Ashland district, spoke here to the largest audience that ever attended a political meeting in Paris. About 4,000 people crowded the speaker. A special train from Owens' old home brought ttOO people. Many ladies were present and cheered most vigorously when Mr. Owens made his telling thrusts at Colonel Breckinridge. Oases of cr.alera Increasing. BERLIN, June 6.—Reports received From Myslowitz, Prussian Silesia, say the number of cases of cholera have so Increased that the Lazaretto is overcrowded, and temporary huts have been erected for the accommodation of the sufferers. The government has declared ;he Vistula to be infected, nml the baths lave boon closed. • • fthnfces With the fthedlte, CAIRO, Jnne 5.—t f ntted States Consul Ofltternl Penfleld presented Mr. Somerville Pinckney Tuck, the new American judge of the mixed courts, tothekhedive, Silver Conference Breaks Vp. BEtttrn, June 5.—The silver commission, which was convened in February last, concluded its labors without ar living at any decisions. ! A Horse Knows the Difference between good andbad wagon grease. Wilson Pleaded DEB MOINES, June 6.— James Wilson, aged 04, who one month ago raised a check for $1,600 upon the Valley National bank, 'pleaded guilty, and was sentenced to 13 years in the Fort Mad •on penitentiary. Wolfe Tone People Lost. LEADVILLE, Colo., June 0.—In the case of the Wolfe Tone Mining Company against the Holden, Smelting and Raining Company with the Carbonate Na- ional Bank as intervenors, Judge Dickon decided that the Wolfe Tone people ost their priority on account of defects. The case 'involves over OA.RBOLL U THB OLD RBLJABU PtONBBH"MJUTMAKKlT IT. M/TJfl, of which 988,000,000 would go into the treasury, 96,000,000 to the planters in the form of protection and 96,000,000 to the refiners, who would get but one-fourth of what they got under the present law. Hoar did not believe his > constituents would understand the 'complicated mathematics of the sugar schedule, but be said they would understand that the party which promised them free raw material, free coal, iron un>, lead ore, free sugar, etc., had betrayed Nuw England by striking down tUoir industries in order to build up those of the south, Platt (Conn.), who followed Aldrich, denounced in bitter and caustic words the surrender of the Democratic majority to the sugar trust. Nat OoBUiupiatluf m HOB* Isaa*. WASHINGTON, June 0.—It can be stated on the highest authority that the published statements that another bond iwno to in contemplation are absolutely without foundation, • Mr. Carlisle when questioned regarding toe matter stated the subject of another bowl issue bad not b«en lueatkmed in the cabinet and be bud held ua conference with tbe pre»l dent regarding it. The«aih balance in treasury at tbe olgee of buslaes. Monday WM9W,««,OW, of wbich f?S,4M,lM ii Bohoouer round Bottom Up. SAN FRANCISCO, June 5.—A lotto from Hakodate, May 16, states that th captain of the schooner Willard Ains- Turner bottom up during a sealiu cruise. Another capsized schooner painted groeu, was also seen. She wai supposed to be either the Lilly L. o Rosa Sparks. Railroaders Killed by Uyaaiulto. HOT SPRINGS, Ark., June (..—B. Crenshaw, a railroad contractor o Springs-eld, Mo., and Robert McGonnell a laborer, were instantly killed while a werkon the Hot Springs, Little Rock and Texas railroad by a premature blag of dynamite. DEOATUR, Neb., a«rai. June 0.— Mr. Frank Oodell, one of the oldest settlers in Bur county, was buried in the Decatur cemetery by the Masonic order. rsBsfei AUKE I« NaUeaal (Poavmilsw. MILWAUKEK, June 6.— The tint annual convention of the brotherhood of Boilermakers and Iron Ship Builders of America is iu session here. DtaolvM. 000 in gold far export kw been revived from New York wbjob teve» the true gold WABJUNUTON, June O.—TUe final vote on tlio Btttto bank question will be taken \Voauosdttyut4n. in. This conclusion wtu nwohedtif tor A couferouoein Speaker ' riff, I. MHTMI, •ffMift room Monduy. A role ww thereupon drawn up by the rules cow .miUoo providing for a eoutluuuuce of general debase under the nve minute jute VV«iu«4»yjmdi»votB at 4 o'clock. atiuUi U*k«U Auuui-tUtMiuvul Tanal* WAJKBTOWN, B. p., June S.-^Doaue fiobiiiaoa ban begun muuUumus proceed- Juga iu ta» circuit court ugainvt Auditor Mauouoy of Cucllugtou county to Uwt the VICTORIA, B. U., June 5.— The provincial legislature has been dissolved, and nomination day set for June 8tt. Urn OluptauaU, It New York, i Uwyer ant) Murphy! Rustle. Okrwan aw' " pint, Bwartwwa. W*»l»lwrtou, «! Cleveland, ftttx imd Iferoer. Cuppy aud Zliumer. (lire, Hunt. l/ut 7, tKwtoa, i. Kil«<m and kUokle; I'jtubunr, 1, »*,»,„.., n , Atttley auuQaiuuil. Umpire, littWmore, U: Chicago, 4. llawke and iilintst MoOIll ami UoUrlver, Umpire, ft Uruqldyn, 18; UuUvllle, 4, Daub, Delley *nU L,»ouaii««i Kuell auii Ortium. " MuQunld. ,r 1'Ullaaelpblft, ». UrultenMeln awl foil.; 'Vwylur uurt QraUy. Umpire, WR«T«tHM (.MAQUH QAMW, Kauvas Olty, ||| UoiruU, t\ 1> WM , •w» K'fjtfi Wuuok, U«ui«ln mill 17i luaiKiMpulU, 8. OUuuuu Uuuulu, Mi Utw MuluiM. H. St. Jo»upU, »); Ouuiliu, «. 6j Kenomlnateit- by Acclamation. ATHKNS, O., June 5.—General Charles Grosveuor, Republican, was renorainated bv acclamntion for congress. "Bow to Cure All Skin Dleeaeea." Simply apply Swayne'so'ntment. No intern*! medicine required. Cures tetter, eczema, Itoh, all eruptions on the fsue, bands, nose. etc. Leaving tbe skin eleir, white and healthy. Its great healing and curative powers are possessed by no other remedy. Ask yor~ - ' • • Swayne's ointment. your druggist lor will save you horse, save your wagon and save your money. It's the slickest grease you ever saw. Try it Sold by all dealers. Wadham'sOil and Grease Co. MILWAUKEE, WIS. -AT- WHELK OUR STOCK LASTS — W« WILli SBlit, — 6 ft. Ash Extended Tables $3.80 8f» " " " 5.00 Hard wood Chamber Sets '.12.50 4 Spindle wood Chairs, per set,... 2.5P J3T"We must reduce oar stock and these prices surely ought to do it. Wm, LYNCH, JUSTICE OF THE PEACE. ABSTRACT, LOAN **» V '.- LAND OFFICE I have a complete set of abst/acts of Carroll County. Alt business will be attended to promptly. ' POBLISBXR OP Dailv Report of Transfers.'* Office, three doors sooth of post office, upstair* WM. LYNCH. Carroll. Iowa. Page Woven Wire Pence >' The Page Fence being made from coiled spring wire, readily adapts itself to all changes of temperature and still retains its tension. It is a smooth fence that will turn all kinds of stock without injury. . , , . , , „. . , --„—„- It is manufactured in styles adopted to all kinds of tence for city and country I also handle the Lewis Combination Force Pu outfit. The best is always the cheapest, lars, call on or address C. M. MOHLER, Carroll, Iowa. Office with Duncan & Sproul, E. A Porter. Ulidden, la ; H. Lam pa, Arcailti, la.; Waltorschold Broi., Halbur, la. *ump and Spraying For further particu- Green Bay Lumber Company, .«.•< Lumber and Coal, AND ALL KiHOS OF BUILDING MATERIAL New yirds north of Carroll mills. Carroll. Iowa. DO YOU KEEP IT IN THE HOUSE? PAIN-KILLER ^•^M •^S^SS^SS^SS^SS^^^^^lS^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^ J^^ ^^^ff^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^ffftHj^^^t^f^^^fj^^^^f Will Cure Cramps, Colic, Cholera- Morbiis and all Bowel Complaints. and $1.00 A BOTTLE. * ,. RECEIVERS' LAND SALE. OVER 2000 CHOICE FARMS, To be Bold at leas than one-half of actual value. These lands are placed on the market by tAeJieeeivera of the Lombard Investment company and other loan companies, under an order from U. 8. supreme court The entire list to be closed out by May 1. Fully one-half the list located in the great corn belt and are close to towns and schools and churches. TERMS: Not less Ulan one-fourth cash, balance 9, 8 and 5 years at 7 per cent interest, optional payment plan. Examine this list and make offers. No reasonable offer refused. 180 quarter sections in Antelope county, Nebraska, at from $1000 to 13300 each. 108 quarter sections in Knox county, Neb., at from $800 to 19300 each. 45 quarter sections in Pierce county, Neb., at from 11000 to 13400 each. 380 quarter sections iu Holt county, Neb., at from 1600 to 13000 eaoU, 810 quarter sections in Keya Poha county, Neb., at from 1500 to $1500 each. 340 quarter sections iu Caster county, Neb., at from $000 to $1800 each. 00 quarter sections in Perkins county, Neb., at from $800 to $3000 each. 04 quarter sections in Brown county. South Dakota, at from $000 to $1500 each, 45 quarter sections in Edmunds county, South Dakota, at from $000 to $1300 each. 55 quarter sections in Aurora county, South Dakota, at from $800 to $3000 each. 315 quarter sections iu Hand county, South Dakota, at $500 to $1300 each. a 43 quarter sections in Beadle county* South Dakota, at $000 to $1600 each. SO quarter sections iu Brule county, South Dakota, at $500 to $1400 each. Also considerable amounts iu 33 other counties in Nebraska and South Dakota, and a few farms in southern Minnesota. As a rule quarter sections of $1000 and up, except in the buildinas, wells, eto" For furttier informa. , , . the above farms and can give you particulars. ' WIIU A. W. SWENDER, _ Sales Agent for Receivers

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