The Carroll Sentinel from Carroll, Iowa on September 21, 1894 · Page 7
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The Carroll Sentinel from Carroll, Iowa · Page 7

Carroll, Iowa
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Friday, September 21, 1894
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PAttT AKD wBEKLY.. ALL HOME PRINT, THE SsnttRrti, IB the only newspaper In Car- toil eotmtt that Is printed all at home a«*ltoon- alnt more local and county news than an? other two paters in this county, ' POWKBS ft coLOto, Props. •FfitDAV, SiriBjiDEB 21, 1894. PEOPLE AND 'EVENTS. sale atTodd-& Mo- Fresh oysters- for Allister's. A nice line of school supplies, at the Palace drug store. The King's 'Daughters will meet at 7 o'clock this evening with Miss 'Lola Blake. When you want first-class fruits of any kind, •call at Scliachtner & rEgan's- cash grocery. Mrs. 0. P. O'Neal and son Johnny: are at Marshalltown, < visiting 'relatives •and friend*. Try a cake of the Dairy Hade Buttermilk soap for the complexion, at the Palace drug store. For rent or-sale on easy terms, a story and a half dwelling bouse on north side. V. Hlnrichs. Mrs. and M<rs. T. >B. 'Kail visited a couple of. days at 'West -Side with sister Mrs. Wagner.' FOR RENT. .-6 tore .room occupied by Carroll Dry Goods Co. Fixtures for sale. Inquire at store. I J. C. Baker, of'Emttetsburg, candidate for congress, wai in the«lly today calling on the brethren. • Mrs. M., Orpin returned last evening from an extended 'Visit -with relatives at Dubuque and Dyersville. J. F. Wunderlioh and M.'.V. Swearinger, of Warren township, were pleasint callers at this office today. Cleak Kennebeck today issued a marriage license to Joseph -Bergbauer and Misi Kathedna Blllmier of -this city. Thegorofutouitatnt.whlnbr.niay have been In i your blood foe years, may be thoroughly expelled i. by giving Hood's Sarwpartlla atrlsl. Try a sack of Crosby's 'best flour, for Bale by 8chaeatner& Egan's grocery, and be convinced of its superiority. i If you want to buy the: beet lower vein soft coal, atifd bard coal, andjatorm sash. call at Joyce's office for prices . iFor rent,— two dwelling houses, one located on north side and the other on the south side. Oeo. W. Bo wen. Bev. Wm. B. Thompson -will return to the-city tomorrow and will .occupy the M. E. pulpit both morning and evening. If ben your food baa no relish, the stomach needs to be cleansed annVstrength- ened by a dose or two of Ayer's Pills. Mr.»and Mrs. J. L. Miner .left this aft, ernoon for Marshnlltown, to -be present at the Traveling Men's picnic .tomorrow. The ladies of the Preoby terian missionary society were entertained this > afternoon at'iho residence of Mrs. 'Geo. .Russell. A fine Jvae of fall good! has just 'been received *>t Ludwlg's. It will be to your interest, lilies, to call and ezaining> these goods. Railroads thave given a on* fare <rato to the. Interstate fair at Sioux City, October 6th .to 14th. Everybody can afford to go atithis rate. The Indies 1 ..utlr dressing parlor* have,, upon the request of the marshal, BUS-' ponded business and the artist* bave gone! g'hence to seek a,naw location. Ludwig Bros, will close out their .stock of spricg aad summer goods during this week .at actual cost. Now is the •time to secure a b»igain at this reliable ••tore. Covert cloth is Ike newest and latest •trios of ladies' .dre«94?oods. A fine line justreceived at iLudwJg Bros. If you want the latest thJug.ovt call and examine these goods. A -free lecture at <|be Presbyterian •church this evening. iDr. Lowory, pro- ifetBor of vocal cultuce .apd a musician of ,*xperie.oco, will speufe on ;»unical travels 4n Europo, with appropriate illustrations. Ja.choir class will be oryiuiKed at tbe «lo«e. All are invited. TJie modern beauty ilirlwjs on, good food and sunshine, with plenty <of exercise n Ibe open air. Her form {(lows with health and tier face blooms .with IU beauty. If b<* system needitheoieauiing action of a laxative remedy, sb« ttaot the gentle and ploataut liquid laxatute .Syrup of Figs. Dr. Folioui, wko has been confined to bit bouse most of tbe week with lung trouble, leaves tUa evening wlib kit wife for Chlcvgo, where they attend a wedding of • uioco, There will be no preaching uervloos at tbe Presbyterian uhurch next Babbatu. On tUo following * Babbalb, Sept. 80, (lie pulpit will bo iup- pllort by Key. B. It, Ferguson, of Cedar Rtpldi, and on Oo|, 7, by Hev. Dr. Bailey. Sufferers from dyipapgla have only ttienielvea to blame If they fall to teat the wonderful curative qualities of Ayer 1 * ti«r0»i>brUla. lu purifying lite blood, thlt uiedlolue strengthens ovory organ of thu body i and even the; moot •bused utoiu- aoh U soon restored to healthy uollon. Two wrougs never make a right, but rooms. But we think it a good policy to lower the radiators to bebelo,w the black* boards if it can be done any way .possible, As one passes through the coutitry it Is hard to find a field In Which com -is'not being cut. The farmers are taking .cafe of the corn crops earlier tbis year than ever before in this locality. Irving fV. Larlmore, physical director of Y. M. C. A., Des Moihes, Iowa, says he San consciously recommend (Chamberlain's I'alfi lialiii to athletes, gymnpats, bicytlists f fo(it ballplayers and the .profession in general for bruises, sprains and dislocations; also for soreness and stiffness of the muscles. When applied 'before the parts he'come swollen it will effect aouseiuoue half the time usually required. For sale by J. IF. Hatton. druggist. Last evening a couple of men got Into a fight at Manning and it wound up by one getting stabbed in the back and also in the arm. County Attorney Korte was called there this morning to (itve them a preliminary trial. In all probability one or both of the parties will be 'bound over to await the action of the grand Jury. While in Chicago, Mr. Charles iL. Kahler, a prominent shoe merchant of Des Moines, Iowa, had quite a serious time of it, Ho took such a severe cold that he could hardly talk or navigate, tout the prompt use of Chamberlain's Cough Remedy cured him of his cold so igulckly that others at the hotel who had bad colds followed his example and a ball .dozen persons ordered It from the nearest drug store. They were prof use In their thanks to Mr. Kahler for .telling them bow to cure a bad cold so quickly. For sale by J. W. Hatton,druggist. , Alfred Bayers was sent to tbe reform school at Eldora upon complaint of .bis father, charging him witb being incorrigible. He was about such a lad as a number in our city who think they hnow far more than their parents. Tbis should be a warning to tbis clasi of young boys. The case was heard before Judge Paine, this forenoon at the courthouse. Sheriff Jeffrey left this afternoon for the school in company with young Bayers who will have the privilege of spending several years at this reformatory. ' <Geo. Bennett was brought to the <city today from Coon Rapids and placed in the county jail to serve a thirty day*' sentence for giving liquor to miners, lie purchased a pony keg of beer and took- it to the gravel pit oast ef tbe oity and'three boys were given drink until they were all under the influence. .Mrs. Sweet, tbe mother of one of the boys,; swore out an information charging Bennett with violating the liquor law. Ke quire 'Heater imposed a fine of f 100 and in default of payment sent him to th« county;jail. Bennett is a tramp. . "•The Democrats of this city and township are > requested to meet in caucus tomorrow afternoon at the court house at 4 o'clock'for the purpose of placing in nomination candidates for township officers. The only offices which interest the citizens of this city it the Justice. As there will bo tw'o to be nominated undoubtedly one will be taken from the city. Wm. Lynch has filled this position witb entire satisfaction to the public and so far as w« know there ii no inclination not to continue his term of service by nominating and electing him for another team. Deafnew Cannot be Cured by local applications as they cannot reach ID'S diseased portloa<at<tbe ear. There Ii only one way to cure deaf new, and that Ii by cooitltu tlonal remedies. Deafness I* caused by an Inflamed condition of tbe rouooiu lining o( tbe euitaoblan tube. Whan this tube I* Inflamed you have a rumbllag sound orImperfect hearing, «nd when It l» entirely oloMd.deafnesi lithe result, and un!e§» tbe talUmmatlou can be taken put and this tube restored to IU normal condition, bearing will t|e destroyed forever; nine oaten out of ten are canted by catarrh, which Is nothing but on Inflamed condition ot the mucous surfaces. We will give one lmn4ted dollars for any caie of deaf iieu (oauwd by oalarrb) that cannot be cured by Hall's Catarrh Cure, dand for uliou- lar«i bee. ' F, I, CUKNIV ft CO., Toledo, O. IVBoU by DruggUtt, Tic. OTTO ZIEGLER, TWO MILE CHAMPION. 1 Tonne Otto Zicgler, the two mile champion who nt Denver recently clipped wren 'Moonas off of the record by covering the disriiniio in 4:21 !l-4, is 10 years old and a 'Detroit man by birth. He began to race in 1802 and lust season he entered 23 race*, tlS.of which he won. He was aecond ill the others. I thinga have turned out, for he baa tbe field all to himself. Organic weakneis or lots of power in either sex, however Induced,»peedlljr itnd permanently enred. -Enclose 10oenu In itamps for book of particulars, mailed In plain envelope sealed, world's Dispensary Medical Association, BuBalo^N. T. '. IOB. s Ice season has now begun and the wagon is now out. .Leave your orders at the office of A.-U. Quint or M. Simon's store. Pure .Bred Poland China Pigs for Sale. I have 100 pure bred Poland China pige for eale, moat of them eired by Ooo (3416) oat of aged BOWS. I will take good notes when parties went them. Ono is foar years old weighs over eiz hundred pounds when in breeding condition; can carry 1000 pounds. ' 8. T. BOYNTON. West Bide, la. '*, ._MI.^_^flM«—^^^^^^-_ DEMOCRATIC CAUCUS. The Democrats of Pleasant Valley will meet in caucus at Center school house Saturday, Oct.'6, at 4 o'clock, to place in nomination township officers and transact such other business as may come before the caucus. Jos. HOFFMANN, • Chairman. DKMOCBATIC CAUCUS. The Democrats of Arcadia township .will meet In caucus at the school house <ln Arcadia Saturday, Sept. 29, at 4 p. m,, 'for the purpose of placing In nomination ttownahip officer*. J.B. BOI.KK, Chairman. CORRESPONDENCE. ICorreepondenbi, to Insure tbe publication ol their letter* In tbe weekly, must mall them BO •they will reach our office Wednesday..) '- UNION TOWNSHIP. Wo understand one good Democrat has turned over and now says he will be a Republican because sugar has gone up. Married, Thursday of last week; at Mr. Ramsey's, Fred Davenport and Miss Ella Brush, both of Ralston. Rev. llayden perforeaed the ceremony In the presence of a few Intimate, friends. Why .don't our worthy director at No. 2 put up the fence around 1 the school house, aa it looki bad the way it Is. ltlke<Grumm bought a new Cottage organ last week. The Unthrauff boys are cutting corn for their neighbors nowadays. Wo would have liked to have been there the 8th to see tbe show, but the ralu ouuie just lu time to make plowlmg good so we decide to stay home till some other time. greatly. 1 he corn Is fully one-half or two-thirds of a crop, as tbe hot winds did not rnge there so much, The good sized Clear Lake is entirely dry. Heavily loaded wagons pass over its bed In safety. The party navigated the lake In their boots and shoes without a wet sole. One hundred per cent of all the flab are dead. Last Saturday at the township caucus the following ticket was placed In nomination: J. H.UOeblngclerk^los. Schahct- ner assessor, fl. Relff sr. trustee, Fred Neumeyer trustee to fill vacancy, F. M. irichmer and Peter Olbertz Justices, John Stum and B. Ifeinpl constable. The caucus was largely attended, there being over 100 present. . TEMPLETON, Quite a number of our citizens attended the funeral of Afrs. Miller at Carroll last >fonday. Oeo. Dodzler's new house Is about completed; something will happen then. - Jno. Schceppnor is at work breaking grub ID nd. , Mr. Lillcy,of Coon Rapids,has purchased the residence, blacksmith shop and stable owned by Mr. Andrews. Mr. L. Will move here and take charge of the blacksmith thop and we understand be Is •a first class workman and we wish him success. , .Mr. IFln&ert who moved from here to Hastings, Neb., a few years ago is back at Manning working At the forge. '.GrandpaScumlttar, of Dyersville,father ten "STf" rank, is here visiting his relatives. Corn is almost dry enough to crib, what little there is of it. \ Kf issKenan and Charlov Muller, of New- toil township, were visitors lu this neighborhood last Sunday. t~-r~". The first room In the parochial school has been furnished with a twenty-five foot slate black board, The pupils like U very nuich, It Is reported that Mr. Spooror bought an eighty acre farm of Henry Dultnieyer at $80 per acre. A fight occurred at Ulllsdale last Sunday as we were passing through the elty, tbe result of an open saloon on Sunday. Sept. 18. CLAUB. Carroll Market Report COKN-60 Wednesday when wo weif at Jeflorsou we v lilted tuo public school building and saw tUttl throe basement rooms were being used for school purpose! aad that they were huatuti exactly M the one u in our building ugaloit which 10 utuuh coiia- plftlni li belog^umUd. We were Informed that tbe pupils experienced no evil tffwol from tliu hootiug urroBgoiuvnl of Ihu A OOWABDLT Wednesday Manning was thrown into aetatoof excitement by tbe oowardlj •tabbing of O. W. Hauler ty Sam Oil- lingbam. For some linw that* bad been bad blood between tbeae men and Wed- uecday Ban flllad up oo probibltiou "mulct" and went out to Ike fair groqnd to witueee a bone race and met bie old friend Hauler. Dilliogbam waa very in- aulting and iaitruaim nntil Hooter tbougbt that forbearance hud oeaaed to be a viHue and knocked bie pereeoutor down. No aoonar was be oa bie (eel than be draw an open pooket knife and .Hunter etarled to run. Oa oroeeitig Ibe race track be Ml and bit pnreuer being eloee at band plunged the knife into bit baok and elabbed bin a ooapl* o( tiatea in the arm. By thle tiiM halp wae at hand and pUoed the woqld»h* marderer nnder arreet. The next day Oouuly Attoroay Korte wai at Maauiug and had Uiiliugbao ar raigoad \mton Beqoira JobtMton, who placed him nnder 1500 bond* to avail tbe action d the grand jarr. In default of bail he wai brought to this oily laet night a«d to BOW boarding with Sheriff Jeffrey in the ooaoty jail, Haater and Dll ling bam had a private grievance of their own, and we ouder- itand, M mnal in oatee of tbiakiud, Oupid bad a hand In intasaMying tha ill will they had owed each other. If there vae a woman in the oat* Hooter un. doabtedly hw Ibe brat ol hie rival •• KLI18ANT HILL. J. Nepper'suew house is about finished. E. Y. Llvlngstqpe talks of going east on a visit. E. Sulrkey made a good trade with Mr. Nepper recently. The fodder cutting U about doue except the dry stalks tor tills fall. ilr». F. Myers of Correetlonvlllo, la. , was visiting relative* iu this locality last week. ., Dan Gable baa applied to the pension de. partment and may get a pension. A. Newport has been very sick with typhoid fever, but Is aouta belter, Horn, Sept. 16, to Mr. and Mrs.' Win. MoCurdy , a one daughter. No cards. The assistant was at Tuttle's Grove, Guthrle county, lately, and found Milton OioUlngor lu a good eoudltlcn, and talkative. There have been quite a number of person* Injured more or let* thin fall, while cutting corn. A. II. MoCurdy had rented a farm oast of Oarrolllou tor next ueawn. IKe learned that Thoa. Sterner and wife of Omaha wai visiting relatives In this «Mtlou la*l Sunday. There la a jouug goslln down the river that quaoka a little louder niuoo the ralu. IPe suunoae It U uproutlcg III piufoathera, now. Tbe candidates foroounty ofiloe are going about now seeking to lure a majority ol vote* toward* Ikemielvcw, but cigars don't buy a* mauy votos un lUuy did a fow years ago. UOGS-»6.00 to 86.60 POTATOES— 1.00 BUTTKK— 15 to 1(5 KtJUS— lie OATTLK-«2.25 UYK-75 HAKLEY-40 VLAX.— Sl.UO WHEAT-tJO KNlB8TTO\V.Ndllll' Last week U. Stolukamu and ton, u. lloebiov, of Uroda, drovu aoroua the country to 1'ootthoutas county to see the country. I'lioy visited several friends and old uelghbora nvhlle abnent, Thoy.yaaiioa through Sao Oily, Newelli Lauroua ttud Fouja. 2'ue weather was uleaaaut and the roads lu uxoellout oouaitlou and the party eujoyud thu trtji Police Brutality. ' A young lady and her brother started to leave the oity in which they lived for a day's outing. Th»y were thoroughly rofluod, respootablo people. Tho lady booaiuo ill and ovoroomo with tho boat before thuy rouohod tbe traia. She duoidod to return homo, at tbe siuuo time urging her brother to go on. Sho oould easily ronoh home alooo, uho du- olurod. Thus porsuodod, tho young man wout ou to tho train. Tho sister turned about and bogaii to rotmoe her stops. 8ho is arBiotod wi(h u tend- cnoy to faint aud loso oousoloutuioM at times. She bugatt to foel wono aud worse that luoruiug on tho Ntroet mid at length fainted, fulliug upou tlto struut, A brawity polioemau bnrried up aud had her dragged to a police itatiou. She rouovorod from her faliituona, explaiued tho Bituutiuu aud told thu officers whoro bhu livod. ( Thuii bho made a move to go homo. "No, ym\ don't," oxolaiiuod tho rouudsmau, grabbing her. He had her lucked up iu a dirty room in tho juil with a lot of tho lowest wouiou prison- urn, who mode tlto plooo hidooua with their bhwphouty autl (Irruukuunwia. Thu udtuto uolioouiuu, without making the dli«ht**t uffurt to MM whether tho girl toM the truth, eut«rod aguiimt hor tho charge of druiikouuosa Bliu had to Btuy lu tho vile prison till uoxt day, whuu nho fouud uiuaus of guttiug word of hor sad plight to hor family. Thou «hu wtw uuHod without u word of apology fur thu iudiguity that hud boon put oit hur. She ought to BUO tho oity for datuagoa. Bho oould colloot it. It !• i^uito too common for igiiaviuit, oalloua jwliooiuun tu olaw all ousuw uliko iu "drunks." Tlui boat of pooplo uiity U> tukou ill ou tho street ut times. It occasionally hap- jjoiia that Uiwto uudiBOi'imiiiutiu|{ oniooru pitch a man into a cell as a drunken case when he is suffering from a broken head or other injury and is not intoxicated at all. And more than onoe snoh a man hds died in the cell when surgical attendance would have saved his life. A little decent humanity on tho part of polico officers would not bo a bad thing. Carious Freight Rates. One would scarcely expect that the British would discriminate agailast their own fellow countrymen at home in favor of American farmers and food shippers, yet snch IB the case. American dressed meats, wheat, cheese and bntter can be shipped from New York and Boston and put on the London market at lower "rates than similar goods can bo sent to the metropolis from districts a hundred miles away. British farmers find this an added burden to those they already bear, and they are grumbling accordingly. They have formed tho Ag rioultural union, and one of its objects is to get parliament to interfere to prevent the railroad companies from working against tho British farmer while they favor the American one, both in the United Stateu and Canada. ' American food products go to England in such immense quantities that they can bo handled by the boatload and the carload, while the British agriculturist sends his beef and cheese to market in small packages. The same trouble exists in our own country, where freight is sometimes conveyed a thousand miles for less money than the same thing could be carried 50 miles to some way station. The transportation companies of 'Great Britain moke more ont of the American trade in food products than they do ont of the home trade—hence they core little what becomes of that But whether parliament will arbitrarily fix railway freight rates satisfactory to tho British farmer remains to be seen. No citizen of China outside of immediate personal attendants baa ever seen the emperor. It is against law and custom to look .upon his face. It is impossible for him to get any accurate idea of other countries or of civilization. He is kept like a baby in swaddling clothes. The affairs, of the nation are transacted by vice rulers. During tho minority of the yonng weakling who now occupies the throne these affairs were looked after by two women called empress regents. One was the boy's mother; the other, another member of the royal family. Li Hung Chang is now practically tho vice ruler. He has the modoru spirit, knows how far behind the test of the world China is and has endeavored by all means iu his power to spur her to progress. For this he has encountered tne enmity , of the mandarins. It is to be hoped . that China will get a thorough drubbing in the present war. Only that can break the iron crust of prejudice and superstition that binds her. Christian nations have sent soldiers to do away with the horrors of the slave trade in Africa, but in China and Korea there exist constantly an inhumanity and downright barbarity toward tho oppressed common people compared with Which tho enslaving of a few hundred naked savages is a drop in the bucket Modern naval warfare looks more and more toward torpedo boats as a means both of offense and defense. We aro to have three new ones shortly added to the navy—small, swift boats averaging in size perhaps 150 tons each, They will be expected to make a speed of 25 miles an hour. They will be of the general typo of tho Ericsson. KNOWLEDGE Brings comfort and improvement and tends to personal enjoyment when rightly used. The many, who live better than others and enjoy life more, with les* expenditure, by more promptly adapting the world's best products to the needs of physical being, will attest the value to nealth of the pure liquid laxative principles embraced iu the remedy, Syrup of Figs. Its excellence is due to its presecting in the form most acceptable and pleasant to the taste, the refreshing and truly beneficial properties of ft perfect lax* ative; effectually cleansing the system, dispelling colds, headaches and fever} and permanently curing constipation. It has given satisfaction to millions and met with the approval of the medical profession, because it acts on the Kidneys, Liver and Bowels without weakening them and it is perfectly free from every objectionable substance. Syrup of Figs is for sale by all drug- gfets in SOc ana $1 bottles, but it is manufactured by the California Fig Syrup Co. only, whose name is printed on every package, also the name, Syrup of Figs, and being well informed, you will uot accept any substitute if offered. GUILD'S GREfVT CLEARING SALE IB still on and will be for eight days more. Our fall goods are beginning to arrive, and must make room for them, consequently must sell. Cost or quality cuts no figure. If you want bargains see Guild's prices. tsiTRemember a dollar Paved is a dollar earned and you can save one dollar on every three dollars worth you purchase ArCUILD S MEW DRY COOPS S10BE ^ Next door west otfpostoflice, Carroll, Iowa.

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