The Carroll Sentinel from Carroll, Iowa on August 31, 1894 · Page 9
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Carroll, Iowa
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Saved Her Life. , _ Mra. 0. 3. Woor,mirDa«, of Wottham, Texas, saved the lite of her child b> tb« ! tue of Ayer's Cherry Pectoral. "One of my children had Crou nse was attended by our physician, • be well under oontr . supposed to night I WAS startled by the. child's breAthlng, And on going to it found It it had nearly censed to breathe. by the. chil , g to •ling, ft had nearly cen Realizing that the child's alArmlng condition had become possible In spite of the medicine; iven, I rensoned that such remedies would He of no avail. Having part of a bottle of Aynr's Cherry Pectoral In the house, I gave the Child three doses, At short Intervals, and • anxiously waited results. From the moment the Pectoral WAS given, the child's breathing pew easier, and, In ft short time, she was sleeping quietly And breAthlng naturally. The chud la alive and well t<wfay, andldo •not hesitate to say that Ayer's Cherry Fee. (oral saved her life." AYER'S Cherry Pectoral r.J.O.AyeracOo., Lowell, IbM. Prompt toaot, sure to cur* CALIFORNIA And,all Pacific Coast and Pnget Bound points are reached comfortably and quickly via Palaoe Drawing Room- Sleeping Oars and.. Tourist Sleepers leave Obioage daily and ran through to San Francisco without change. Personally Conducted Excursions ID Tourist Bleeping Care leave Chicago every Thursday. Rate for a completely equipped berth from Obicugo to Sun Francisco, LOB Angeles or Portland only $4.00. Passengers from poiote west and northwest of-Chicago can join these excursions en route. Variable route excursion tickets at greatly reduced rules. FOR DETAILED INrOftMATION APPLY (TO AGENTS CHICAGO & NORTH-WERTERH R'Y OH ADDNCSS, j W. A.ITHIUL, Gen. Pass, an-t Ticket Agent CHICAGO. f RE VIVO RESTORES VITALITY. Made a ell Man produces tho above results ln'3O days. It acts powerfully and quickly. Cures when all others fail Young men will roiiBlo their lost manhood, aud old men will recover their youthful vigor by ueluj BE VIVO. U (illicitly and surely restores Nervous ness, Lout Vitality, Impoteucy, Nightly KmUsious. lx»t Power, Falling Memory, Waatimt Dluoasce, anil all effnets of self-abuse or excem and Indiscretion which uuflts one for HI uily, business or marriage. II not only cures by starting at the seat of disease, but liagrcat nervo tonic and blood builder, bringing back tho pink glow to pale oheitks and «• storing tbo are of youth. It wards off Insanity and Consumption. Insist on having other. It can be carried in vest pocket. By mall, •1.00 per package, or six for WS.OO, with a posl Uve written guarantee to euro or refund the tnonojr. Circular free. Address MYAL MEDICINE CO., B3 Rlvtr 81., CHICAGO. IU For Sale at Carroll, Iowa, by J. W. Huttou, «n»H to **8,OO, WHEW HOME SEWINIUOIIIIIE 01, ,*Uu., MUttnttUMill.!,, flkl««lftltt OwrtM«UM,0«L, Attest*««. yoa wuc «v LUDWIG BROS., Cttrroll. THURSTON IN WYOMING Me Will Open tht Republican Campaign In Illinois. WILLIAM J. BRYAN A8 AN EDITOR, On 8«pt. 1 He Witt Take Editorial Charge at the Omnh» World-Herald—Chairman Wilson Given a Great Ovation—Tesas Republican Ticket—Indiana Cltlcen* Colt* Against the Saloon In Politic*, CHEYENNE, Wyo., Aug. 80.—Judge J. M. Thttrston, the Nebraska attorney and Republican leader, arrived in this city in fJeneral Manager Dickinson's private oar. He was accontpaled by Judge W. R, Kelly of Omaha. The party con- tinned on their way west. They go as far west as Qretm River, where a conference i» to be held with the Union Pacific attorneys for Idaho and Utah, to decide upon some legal proceedings, Judge Thurston is general attorney for the Union Pacific and Judge Kelly assistant. Judge Ttmrston will open the campaign for the Republicans of Illinois at Chicago next Monday with a speech before a meeting to be held in that city. He said that he did not think that he would be able to speak in Wyoming dnring the campaign, as his whole time would be occupied with engagements in Nebraska. WILLIAM J. BRYAN A3* AN EDITOR. On Sept. 1 Be Will Take Chart* of the Omaha World-Herald. OHAHA,, Aug. liu.—Q. M. Hitchcock, proprietor of The World-Herald, over his signature, prints the following notice to the patrons of the paper: "With the issue of Sept. 1 W. J. Bryan will, become editor-in-chief of The World- Herald. In making this announcement It is proper to say that the general char acter of The World-Herald as a newspaper will be maintained. Its editorial policy, however, will be marked out by Mr. Bryan from time to time along the line of his well known political convictions. Except for the addition of Mr. Bryan to its head, the staff of The World- Herald, both editorial and news departments, will remain as heretofore organized, and the general management of the paper will continue in my hands." Unite Against the Saloon. INDIANAPOLIS, Aug. 30.—In response to a call issued by the Good Citizenship League of Indiana, 800 representatives of churches of all denominations, tern perance and other societies met here to take action in regard to the organization of a movement independent of the old political parties in the interest of public morality and reform. Colonel E. F. Bitter presided and an address was issued calling on all good citizens to unite against the saloon and work against all candidates who are in sympathy with the saloon element. A complete organization will be matio and carried into every county of the state. • WlUon Given H Great Ovation. MAHTINSBURO, W. Va., Aug. SO.—The Hon. W. L. Wilson was nominated Wednesday by the most enthusiastic convention ever held in the Second congressional district. Upon bis arrival from Washington he was seized by the enthusiastic Democrats who were at the depot to receive him and carried bodily to the carriage in waiting and hauled by band to the Central opera house, whore the convention was held. His reception amounted to more than ovation. The convention was the largest ever held in the district and by far the most outhusi astic. Texas Republican Ticket. DALLAS, Tex., Aug. 80.—The Repnbll can state convention nominated the following ticket; W. K, Makeson, gover nor; R. B. Rentfrow, lieutenant gover nor; A. H. Colwell, superintendent of education; J. M. Hurley, attorney gen era!, and O. A. Tomiinson, comptroller. Working on Campaign Plant. BmuiNQHAH, Ala., Aug. 80.—The •tate committees of the Kolbitos, Popu lists and Republicans are in suasion here devising a congressional campaign. Abbot Wait Nouiliiated. HILLSBOBO, Tex., Aug. HO.—J. O, Abbot was nominated for congress by the Sixth district Democratic convention on the H.aiWth ballot. WAITE SEEMSJTO ENJOY IT. Judge Sale* Hay* There Will Us Mo Dlffl- nultjr In Securing an Acquittal. DENVEU, Aug. HO.—Governor Waite appear* to bo enjoying the excitement hU arrest has caused among his sympathizers. Ho admits having aeon the letter from Josio Parr of Pueblo to the police matron asking her to secure a housekeeper for him', which ho was ac- oiued of having unlawfully detained, but that is all he knows about the matter, Judge Sales, who will defend the governor and lit* alleged fellow conspirators before United States, Commissioner Hlnsdale, any* he will have no difficulty in securing the acquittal of hi* clients. "The letter was addressed to the police matron," be wild, "and could b» opened by Mlw Dwyw M well an Mrs. Likeui. Him Dwyor was also matron and powMttted equal righto. For that matter the letter was the common prop erty of the office and either President Mulliua or Chief Armstrong could have opened it. The arrest was very injudicious mid the government hu no CM* I havo uot seen the letter yet, but will demand that I see it before the trial," Poetofflos Inspector MoMechin indignantly denies the statement that the ar< rest was wade for political purposes and Myt be will be able to u>ake out a good vuso agalntt the accused. W. »•1\ V, Couveutluu Nov. 1«. OLHVKLANU, O., Aug. aO.—Tuu date for the forthcoming convention of the National Woman's Christian Temper- uuoo uuiou to lie held iu thin city huv boon set (or Friday, Nov. 1U, and the live Buoooedtug iluya. Five huudrud del utfuteu uru expected. Aiuoutf tliQW will bw Nwul Dow. KATUBAL RESOURCES IK AFRICA. -New York WotU. MORE CROP ESTIMATES. Reports Prom Iowa, Kansas, Nebraska and Dakotas. MADE BT BAHKEB8 OF THE STATES •eat to lyman J. Oage of Chicago—Predict Suffering In Weitern Kansas and Nebraska Thle Winter—In Other Looalltle* In- ereated Prices For Products Wilt Compensate For Shortage. CHICAGO, Ang. 80.—President Lytnan J. Oage, of the First National bank, has received reports from nearly every county in the states of Iowa, Kansas, Nebraska and North and South Dakota. These reports were made by bankers in the several counties and are believed to be absolutely impartial and accurate. There- ports on the condition of the crops from the government and other sources were so conflicting that Mr. Oage determined to have a canvass made himself for the guidance of his bank. The states of Illinois, Ohio and Missouri were not covered, as all agree the yields in these states will be above the average, though there will be bare spots in some localities. Mr. Gage's conclusion from the reports is that there will be suffering in western Kansas and Nebraska, where the crops practically have been a total failure and the farmers will require assistance from the outside to enable them to get through the winter. Will Be a Fairly Prosperous Tear. In other parts, where there ia from one-half to two-thirds of a crop, the in- crensed prices which the farmers will receive for their products will compensate for the shortage and everybody will get along very comfortably. The short crops will offset to some decree, Mr. Qage thinks, the beneficent results in the revival of business which might be expected by a settlement of the tariff question by limiting the demand for merchandise, owing to the curtailing of the purchasing power of the farmers in some sections, but. altogether he thinks this will be a fairly prosperous year. The substance of hundreds of letters received has been extracted and a synopsis made showing the condition of the crops in each state. No report was made on wheat in lown, which ia not a standard crop iu that state, very little being raised there. Tho summary of the different states is as follows: Iowa—Reports from the two tiers of counties adjoining the Mississippi river and the northern thren tiers extending across tho state are aluiost two-thirds crop of bny, full crop of oats and one- half to two-thirds crop of corn, The central counties will havo over half a crop of liny, u half crop of outs and one- third crop of corn. In tht> southwestern counties thore will bo under a half crop of bay,' half to two-thirds crop of nuM and uudor n half crop of corn. Tho southeastern counties will have a halt crop of bay, under a full crop of oaU and one-thin! crop of corn. Nebraska—Reports from tho northern part of tho state, north of tho Platte river and east of tho I'Sth meridian, show a hay crop under one-half of the average; outa tmd wheat under one-half «n<l corn under om*half. South of the Platte river and east of the 0(*th meridian, poor crops; hay under one-third, oats and wheat over one-half and the corn under ou*-nfth. Central part of the state, west of the DBth meridian, extending from north to south across tho state, show HII almost total failure of crops; hay, oats, whsat and corn under one-quarter of a crop. Reports from sundry counties In the western part of the state show thoro is little hay and almost a total (allure as to oats, wheat aud corn. South Dakota—The southeast quarter ol tti* state) east of the Missouri river, shows lew than a balf crop of hay; less taut a two-fifths orop of oats; under a hall orop of wheat, and BO corn to speak of, The northeast part of the statoshows over a half orop of hay and oats and about a half orop of wheat. The Black Hills district reports the best orop in the history of the state, with more than an average of hay, outs, wheat and corn. North Dakota—The part of the state east of the Missouri river shows a wheat orop nearly equal to the average with over a two-thirds orop of oats. No report* have been received from the rest of the state which can bu summarised, KUIWUB—The nortlioust quarter of the •tate shows almost full crops of oata and wlittut, half a crop of buy aud lew tuuu a half crop of corn. Thu southeast quur- ter show* between a half und two-thirds crop huy;.oyer two-thirds crop, of oats; almost a tull crop of wheat and nearly a half crop of corn. The central part, extending from north to south across the state, shows a half crop of hay; under one-half orop of oats; under two-thirds crop of wheat and under a half crop of corn. Reports from four counties in the western part show nearly a complete failure of crops, hay, corn, oats and wheat under a third crop. Rob I Must Retnrn to Germany. BAN FBANCISCO, Aug. 80.—Max Hohl, a refugee from Hamburg, Germany, is to be returned to the Fatherland to stand trial for forging promissory notes to the amount of 89,000 marks. Hohl was held for extradition by the United States com missioner here and Secretary Graham has sustained the decision. The culprit is now in the custody of a special officer, who will take him to Germany. The German authorities traced Hohl to San Francisco by watching his wife, who fol lowed him here. KIllstoD Wiped Out by Fire. HELENA, Mon., Ang. 80.—The town of Elliston was practically wiped out by fire. Flames broke ont in Logan's livery stable and spread rapidly. Eighl or 10 houses were destroyed, including two hotels, butcher shop and several saloons and stores. Many people are without shelter. • ' . ,,'ifr Lyons Waterworks Carried. LYONS, Neb., Ang. HO.—The election held to bond the town for $11,000 to pul in waterworks carried by a vote of 9 to 7. SALT PRODUCERS' IN CONFERENCE. Discuss the Effect of the Free Salt Clause .; of the New Tariff Law. KANSAS CITY, Aug. 29.—A quartet of salt producers holding heavy interests in Texas, Kansas and Missouri held a con forence here Tuesday to discuss the effect of the free salt clause of the new tariff law upon that Industry. F. R, Blount of Dallas, Tex., who has large salt inter ests in that state and who has just returned from England after an investiga tion of the industry there, made the statement that English salt miners were now paid ,75 cents a day and that in order for Americans to compete with them our workingmen would be com pelled to submit to 100 per cent reduction of wnges. No action was taken, but in an interview the gentlemen said later that it practically meant they must go out of business. The conference was participated in by J. F. Ewing of St. Louis, W. S. Moore and Mayor Vincent of Hutcbinson. Kan., who, like Mr. Blount, are all entonsive salt operators. To Develop Colorado Coal Fields. DENVER, Colo., Ang. 2K.—For some time past an English expert has been making u close inspection of the coal fields in Colorado iu the interest of wealthy Englishmen. He has returned to England and made bis report and ^"'ata Mine Inspector Reed has been in i jlined that the report will be favorably i *-ted upon. Tho capitalists have do- c.ited to buy largo tracts of coal lands in 11 he southern part of tho etate, which they will develop in a short time. Morlou Favorably Inclined. NEW YOUK, Aug. BO.— After a conference between Thomas C, 1'lutt and Lovi P. Morton, Mr. Platt statod Mr. Morton would make a statement later—within a week. When asked whether Mr. Morton showed any inclination to become tho standard bearer for bis party, us candidate for governor of the state, Mr. Plutt replied: "1 think that he is favorably Inclined." Teacher* Can Kipe! Children. BROOKLYN, Aug. MO.—Judge Barret of the supreme court handed down an iui portuut decision as to the rights of school directors aud tenchora to exclude scholars having been exposed to infectious diseases. Two children had been excluded who bad smallpox iu their families and on appeal the court holds that the principal had a right to eipel the oiuUtrou. Hlg rore«l Fir«*. POUT TOWNSIBNU, Wash., Aug. 89.— Big forest fires intheOlympia mountains and on Uiu Vancouver Ulnud havo burnt burning for sovoral days The straits and lower ranges are all envolopud iu a thick oloud of smoke, which wholly obscures the sun and endanger* navigation. Thu atmosphere is full of ash ciudort, Tllliuas) OarrlM Kvery Couuty. Coi-uuuu, B. 0., Aug. 80.— Returns from all over the state indicate that only about u two-thirds vote was polled in the primary flection. Tho uutl-TillmuniUti geiietully refrained from votinjj. Tillman ninU* uvury county with the ux usptlou of Charleston, Riohlund and Sumtov uud probublv ouu other. REPORT ON IOWA BaNKS An Excellent Showing Made For the Last Year. i SMOOTH IOWA FORGER OAUOHT. KoMitjror Lane of be* Rtolnea Dem—Clinton Man Adki SW.OOO For the Death ol Bis Bon—Large Creamery at Stratford Destroyed—Oovernor J«ck»on Appoint* Delegates to the Irrigation Contention. DBS MotOTS, Ang, DO.—The annnal bank report of State Auditor McCarthy shows the state and savings banks, which are under his supervision, to be in good shape, Statements made at the close o( business June 30 show the following changes in aggregate conditions since the statements made at the close of business June 30, 18U8: Bills receivable, decrease, $3,888,- 8»5.2rt; cash and credits, increase, f 3,847,1&8.19; overdrafts, decrease, $34,232.01; real and personal property, increase, |4ttO,878.2ft; capital stock, increase, $1,- I»7,b8t>! deposits, decrease, t«3,69H.50; indebtedness to banks and others, decrease, 1781,573.85; surplus, Increase, (7,189.88; other pronto, increase, $100,798.60. From the above comparative table it will be seen that the banks show desirable improvements in many respects— noticeably so in the very material increase of cash reserve, as well as in the large decrease of indebtedness to banks and others. Governor HoKlnley Will Attend. IRONTON, la., Aug. 90.—Tuesday night the city was crowded with visitors to at' tend the Army of West Virginia reunion, the first successful reunion held in two years, the attempt to reunite the veterans at Indianapolis last year having proven a failure. General W. A. Powell o( Belleville, His., chairman of the society; General N. H. Gibson, the "Old Man Eloquent;" Department Commander E. E. Nntt of Sydney, O.; Colonel Vernon of Delaware; Chaplain C. C. McCabe of Chicago and other orators are here to speak. Governor McKinley .and staff, Attorney General Richards, Auditor of State Roe and other distinguished visi ton will be in attendance. To Repreient Iowa on Irrigation. DES MOINES, la., Aug. 80.—Governor Jackson appointed the following delegates to represent Iowa at the National Irri gation Congress at Denver Sept. H to 10: B. F. Clayton, Indianola; D. J. Spencer, Afton; William Christie, Atlantic; L. F. Mullins, Atlantic; W. B. Cox. Farragut; Lucius Wells, Council Bluffs; J. M. Joseph, Creston; John Parker, Silver City; Henry Weir, Avoca; William Butler, Ciarenda. Smooth Forger Caught, OTTUMWA, la., Aug. SO.—Bankers in this part of the state will be glad to know that Cpnrod Better, the slippery forger, has been arrested at Browning, Mo., and taken to Keosauqua for trial. He passed a check for $300 on the Keo sauqua State bank and they caused his arrest. He also caught an OUtunwa bank for $3,51)0 and a Fairfteld bank for $1,000. He will be tried here and at Fairfleld. Ex-Blnynr Lane Dead.. DBS MOINES, la., Aug. 80.—Ex-Mayor C. C. Lane died at his home iu University Place, aged 58 years. He was mayor of Des Moines in 1h02-94 and a most le- spected citizen. He was proprietor of an extensive dairy and until recently en gaged in the packing busiqess. He leaves a wife and nine children. The cause of death. WHS heart disease. Ask* 630,000 ror Death or IIl« Son. CLINTON, Iu., Aug. Ut).—William Riner set u price of $tiO,OUU on his son who was killed by a policeman in a saloon in June. He brought suit for that amount against Andreas Anderson for selling liquor to the boy, which he alleges prim arily causext his doutb, Large Cremnury Ueitroyeil. WEBSTER CITY, la., Aug. 80,—Fire destroy oil the largest creamery in the county at Stratford. It was supposed to havo been of incendiary origin. Tho loss was totaUnnd is in the neighborhood oi ti.OOU. There wii8 but slight insurance. CtorrM Orww« ««•»• Save thejChildren By r»urlfylnj^Th»lr Blood M«MT» ••r*»parlll* Make* Pun ' •lot)*, Our** Scrofula, It*. "Mjf eiperleuo* with Hood's Sarapartlla ass has* *en sfvcUv*, Mr link girl, ire yean •Id, had w four years a Ud ikiu dl»*a*a. Bsr would break out Iu a awta ol ig follow lUttiWf. She would . •ruptloui a* Uiouih U i»v* NlMi opeuuwtom. TW» BottlM of Hood'* (be «rup(loui to DM) M4 HOOD'S Sarsaparilla CURES M btlitva OooU's 8arwi>»aiU KM no aqu«l aM I rtoouuuf ud It." W. U KiMO, Plus P*l«, T«b MWU»and»ftt«Uv«. Try*bet. SSoenU, OR, DOWNING CARROLL, IOWA Saturday, September II Burke's Hotel One day only every month. OonsttltAtlentfe* PR. DOWNING •other of "NeiTons Debility." "Qenerstl Exant lion. Its flsnie and Onre," eta This Skillful and Reliable SPECIALIST Well and favorably known throughout tk northwest for the many wonderful cores of all forms of CHRONIC MNERVOUS DISEASES hloh he has effected that had baffled the skU. of ether physicians and specialist*. lie Cured "When Others Fail. Diseases of Eyei and Kan, annotated Llde, Cataract. Cross Eyes straightened wllhpat pain ojr danger, Discharging Burs, Deafne a, etc. Dlei _ and Liver, Dyspepsia, Indigestion, Heartburn, etc.. Diseases of Nose »n'd throat, Catarrh, Bronchitis, Asthma, etc. Diseases of stomaofc BIlllouBnoss, Jaundice, etc. Kidney and Blad- Jer Troubled, Blood and Skin lllseaiei, Seiof • ola, Pimples, Blotches. Koi«m»r Ulcers,, eta. Nervous Diseases, Headache, Hysteria, Insoia* nla, Lack of Vitality, Langor, NerroosMsa. Rheomatlsm, Neuralgia, etc. Dlsesees of Women, Deformities. Surgical operations o< all kinds successfully perforated, Young aud Middle Aged Men Buffering from Lost Manhood, Nervous or Pnj- elcal Debility, Seminal Weakness, Lost Vlgoc. Decline of Manly Powers, Drains, Discharges or Losses, Varlcocele, and all the train of evils resulting from Excesses, Errors In Youth, eta, producing some of the following effects. M Nervousness, Emissions, Pimple*, BlotchM. Debility, Dizziness. Defective Memory, Abseno* of Will Power, Oodfnilon of Ideas, Aversion tS Society, Sexual Exhaustion, Pain In the Baek, etc., blighting the most radiant hopes, render- dorlng marriage unhappy and business, a fall lire; sweeping thousands to an untimely grave Xo matter who has failed, consult the Doctor. He has cared thousands who have given up ID despair. A perfect restoration. Consultations sacredly confidential. Delays are dangerous. MARRIAGE. Those contemplating marriage who are aware of phvslcal defect* or weakness which would render marriage a disappointment would do well to call on us. FREE examination of the Urine, chemloal and microscopical In all cases of Kidney Disease, Brlght's Disease, Dlntwtes, ali<t Sparmsv tonhoea. Bring ipeclmeu. REMARKABLE Cures perfeowd m old eases which hnvooeen neglected or unskilfully treated. Mo experiment* or failure. Parties trentod by mail or express; bui wheropossible, personal consultation preferred. Oases and correspondence strictly confidential and modlclno sent to an; part of the United States. List of question* free. Ad- rn*s with DostsKO, DK. DOWNING, Mil West Madison Htroet, Chicago, 111*. The ART AMATEUR. and. X.eix|rn0t (The ouly Art Periodical awarded a Medal al the World'* Kalr.) Invaluable (or all who with to make their living by art or to luako their liomts beautiful. 10' plemonlsr) 1 pages of denlgns (regular prloe thirty five cents). Or HV\v QKs* we will send also " PAINTINO r or 2soc J.-OB BEuiNNEns-wp*,*.). Montague JMarks. 83 Union Square, N. 1 BLOOD POISON Iu 'M to H) days by it Uiurlo ItoiiMNllk under giuvramou, backod by »500,000 capita" Posl- live proofs and too page book, Illustrated I from Ufa from peoulo cured, free by mall I When Uot iS|irlngH und mercury full, our I Uuglo Iteuuxly will cure. f COOK REMEDY CO.. CHICAGO. ILtJ i3ST MANHOOD RESTORE!. 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