The Carroll Sentinel from Carroll, Iowa on September 21, 1894 · Page 9
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Carroll, Iowa
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If iiot fur lUw l|v«l, for our m« ' i u«»niu If pt-lowi, Ubi'W to ;B4yiIJ 1 ni)kl,iYKlt a umohluo ut vuur liuiuu fur vx lu&Umi, Ui'oi'o iiurohaklittr, fivo of uUwgi'. \Vrilou «• AT«tc J*i'(otf iU( nwe- HE NEW HOME BEWINB MiOHINE 00,, ttmft, Hut,, £9 UnlOB SVUM, V, T,, OU«lg«, III, M, lHl|, tlo., 0»» ftMoiico, 0»l, AUuti, Q«. yvu WLK vt LUDWIG BEOS, Carroll, Io Hurd Says That the Democratic Party Must Fight It, HIS ADVICE FOLLOWED IN OfilO, Democrats In the Uuckoyo State In »a»or of Poputnr Klectlon of United States Scimtnri—Presented M it Minority Report by Congfentmnn Johnson—Cauied a Iitvely DlnctUMlon. COLUMBUS, O., Sept. 20.—The Democratic state convention consumed about bur hours Wednesday in making an important bit of history. The convention VQS slovr in convening, the all night session of the committee on resolutions bang responsible for the delay. The en- irance of Congressman Tom Johnson at ;he head of the Cnyahoga county delegation waa the occasion for an outburst >f applanse that indicated he had many followers among the delegates.. Senator ulvin S. Brice came upon the stage from a Bide entrance and as soon as his presence was discovered there was a round of applanse, but it was not nearly so enthusiastic as that which greeted.the Free trade congressman, There were a Few scattering hisses, but they were not 10 audible as to attract general attention, being drowned in the applause. The appearance of Congressman Oathwalte, who took a seat beside Senator Brice, was the occasion for an ovation, precipitated by local admirers. Bnrd'a Speech Irfradly Cheered, It was 10:45 when the convention was called to order by Chairman C. D. Crites of the state central committee. Rev. S. P. Long, a Lutheran clergyman of this city, invoked the divine-blessing, departing from the usual custom by a severe criticism upon the presumption oi Colonel Brecklnridge of Kentucky to stand as a statesman and lawmaker. Hon. Frank Hurd of Toledo was introduced as temporary chairman and J. J. McNally of Youngstown as temporary secretary. Mr. Hurd was received with an outburst of applause.. His remarks on the new tariff law were loudly cheered and his denunciations of the American Protective association was also loudly applauded. Coming to the division of the party on the tariff question, Mr. Hurd said: "First and foremost I give credit to Grover Cleveland and John Q. Carlisle. Free wool is worth more to tariff reform than all the other provisions of the bill together. To their credit, be it said, the Ohio Democratic members in the house stood Arm, every man voting for free wool. When by one word he could have defeated free wool, more credit is due to Senator Brice than to any other influence, or to all other influences combined." Re Benonnoei the A. P. A, Mr. Hnrd closed by saying he was opposed to the A. P. A. because it was a secret political society, and such societies organized on religions lines are uncon stitutional to the organizations and the fundamental laws both of the Unitei States and Ohio. The A. P. A. gave Governor McKinley his majority of 83, 000 and the large Republican majority in Maine. We must make it plain thai no man can bo a Democrat and an A. P. A. Tho committee on rules and order ol business reported in favor of 5-mlnute speeches and the reference of all resolu tions to the committee without reading or debuting. Judge T. R. Bell of Brown county anc others characterized this as gag rule, bn no attempt was inado to change or mod ify it, and the report waa adopted. After the report of tho committee on permanent organization had been adopted, making the temporary organization per manent, General E. B. Finley of BUG- yrus, chairman of the committee on resolutions, road the report of that commit tee. Tha 1'lutfuriu. The platform praises "tho efficient economical and honest administration ol President Cleveland;" declares "proteo tion a fraud and while recognizing the benefit of tho reduction of duties on imports just made by congress, favor such further reduction OB can bo made, to the end that purely protootivu duties bo abolished;" declares that the McKinley law caused tho business depression, reduced tho revenue anil led to the necessity for issuing inoro government bonds Business failures, strikes, low wages anil low prices for farm products are enumerated as tho result of the McKiuley law. Under tho now tariff business U declared to be reviving. The platform denounces the last general assembly of Ohio, Governor MoKln- ley's administration and the A. P. A. I! favors liberal pensions, a "corrupt" practice law limiting the amount of money to bo expended by candidates aud a law prohibiting free posses on railroads. The plunk indorsluq President Oleve laud's admlutstmtlou and declaring (or free silver at a ratio of 10 to 1 was loudly cheered, and susotineut events showed it was not sentimental cheering. Tom Joliu»on'« Minority When the applause had subsided Hon. Tom Johnson submitted the following minority report, signed |by «li uiwnben of tliu committee: Wo favor tho oluotlou o( United wmutors by tltruot votu of the i>*oi>lt>, anil for the purpose of prautiually effegtimj that litiu w« hereby direct the Democratic •late uoiitral uoiumlttmt lit Mwulutf ithe uttll for thu utate couvunUou for Ut« uoral naMou of state officer* In 1805 including thu auuouuottuieut that a candidate for United States eeuator will bu imuied by •aid oouveutluu, who |«Usll receive tho •upport uf ttiu DemourtiUu utuuiber* o( tin legislature, thuruuftvr to bu eluuted. AH this reeolutUm hud been dlioussei and defeated in the meeting of the ooni inittoo on resolutions iw an auti-Brico luoiwuro, ilium wuj» coutiiilirt'uble demon iti'tttiuii among the Unce mcu when i wits rend in thu convention. Mr, John sou unoke briefly upon tho wiuority ro port. He bitld tho elwUtut of senators by diruut voto wvuld bring them olouer to the yyynlo uuU uiUd the uiue of AN EXCEPTION. Mrs. Norris—Oh, I think men always have the beat of it in this world. Mr. Norris—Sometimes. But not when they argue with their wives. -Brooklyn Life. Palmer of Illinois, who was the first Democratic senator elected in that state lince the war. Stirred the Convention Up. John J. Clark of Mahoning county secured the floor as soon as the applanse following Johnson's speech had subsided and threw the convention into an uproar. "What one of yon," be demanded, "looks upon the United States nnate as displaying the best intelligence and manifesting the greatest patriotism? Nobody. When a senator of the United States is to be elected the question is no longer, 'What is his worth? 1 'What are his talents?' but 'How much U he worth?'" Mingled hisses and applanse almost drowned the speakerJs voice, but at intervals his voice rang out clear and decisive. An effort to declare him out of order was ruled out by Chairman Hnrd. Bon. Jesse Lewis of Urbsna wanted the convention to defer the question of the electing of senators by vote of the people for one year, which was met with cries of "No." General Fiuley spoke in the interest of harmony. Cries for Johnson brought the free trader again to the front and he said he did not believe Brice had bought his seat in the senate and he did not believe there was any occasion for the ill-feeling which seemed to exist. Stinger In Roiolntlon Taken Ont, James P. Soward came to th« front with an amendment to take the sting out of the minority report. This proposed to strike out all which followed the simple declaration of electing senators by direct vote of the people. The amendment ••- is strongly opposed, but was adopted by u vote of 4(17 to (128. The minority report was then made a part of the majority report. The free silver plank was also the source of contention, Suven members of the committee on resolutions, among them Tom L. Johnson, Virgil P. Kline, Fraud Hurd and Congressman Pearson, submitted the following minority report: "We believe in honest money, the coinage of silver, and a circulating medium convertible into such money without loss. We ure opposed to free, unlimited and independent coinage of silver at thu present ratio of 10 to 1. We favor the coinage of silver under such legislative restrictions as will maintain the circulation of both gold aud Hilvcr on a parity, and we ro- amjni the doctrine of tho national Democratic platform of 1803 upon tho subject of currency and money. Vro« Sliver Quoitlnn. As tho free silver question was switched into the discussion on the senatorial matter, there was little discussion on it, the minority report being defeated by-a vote of 408 to 810. Tho platferm as amended was then adopted. The following ticket was nominated: Secretary of state, Milton Turner of Guernsey; justice of the supreme court, James D. Ermiston of Hamilton; member of tho board of public work*, Harry B. Keofer of Tnscarawus; state couimiu- •loner of common schools, Dr. J. A. Leech of Franklin. A state contra! committee waa elected and an executive committee watt selected Wfith Allen W. Turn-man as chairman. Senator Drioe left for tho east Wednesday night. TILLMANITES WERE IN CONTROL. Ttutj Capture the South Carolina Uumu- orntlo Convention. CoLUHiiiA, B. C., Sept. 80.—The state Democratic convention was culled to order /it noon Wednesday by Senator Irby, chairman of the executive committee, Over SOU delegates were present, •very county being represented, A majority wero TilluiaiiUoji, only one delegation from Charleston being conservative. The new constitution of tho party was adopted, which provides for a direct primary for every candidate for any ofllce from coroner up, The platform Indorse* the Ooala platform, as well as the Chicago platform; dewuudtf the froe coinage of silver ut a ratio of to to I, aud indor»« the dispensary law us the best solution of the dispensary question. One section of tho platform as at tint druwn, which do- nouuued President Cleveland for fulling to carry out tho pledges of the parly, and for prostituting congress by patronage to carry out his policy, was Huully killed and no mention of the president or tlio national administration was made. The Charleston delegation tried hard to get the convention to come out uijuitrtily on till Ueuiowatlo platform aud denounce I'upulisui, but their ell'ovts wero defeated by uu overwhelming voto. Tho ticket nominated wast Governor, John Gary Uviuts; lieutenant governor, W. H. Timiuuruiuu; treasurer, A. T. O. attorney general, _O._ W. Bu- chanan; secretary of state, D. H. Thompkins, at present Tilhnan's private secretary; comptroller, James Norton, now chief clerk in Tillman's office; adjutant and inspector general, John Gary Watts; superintendent of educatiqn, W. D. Mayfield, incumbent. The Charleston delegates announced in the convention 'that they would not support the nominees because they were not on a true Democratic platform. Bill Democrat* Indorse Thatcher, ALBANY, Sept. 80.—The Democratic organization of the city and county of Albany, known as the "Hill organiza tion," at the primary elections, passed a resolution at every polling place express ing deep regret at the withdrawal of Governor Flower from the gubernatorial race, and indorsing the candidacy of Hon. John Boyd Thatcher. McKlnlcy'i Illinois Date Fixed. COLUMBUS, O., Sept. 20.—The date of Governor McKinley'a speech at Spring' field, Ills., bos again been changed. It is now fixed for Oct. 10. Democrat* Renomlnate Tanney. LEXINGTON, Mo., Sept. 20.—Hon, John C. Tarsney was today renominated for congress by the Democratic convention of the Fifth district. A Nutmeg Candidate. HARTFORD, Conn., Sept. 20.—The Republican state convention nominated O. V. Coffin for governor on the fourth ballot. MRS. BYERS' SENSATIONAL PETITION. Millionaire Manufacturer 1 . Wife A»ki Foi Custody of Her Uuibaad. PrrrsBUHO, Sept. 20.— Mrs. S. M Byors, wii'e of the millionaire iron man nfucturor of this city, has filed a sensa tioual petition in court asking for the custody of her hnsbund and his estate A commissioner was appointed to take testimony. Mra. Byors in hor pctitioi tells a most sensational story. She says she bos been married 22 years. Aboui two years ago, B. Shields, an employe of A. M. Byers, her brother-in-law, kid napud her husband and took him to Chi' cago, where ho was placed in the custody of Dr. L. W. Tallmon. Tho latter tooli Dyers to Duluth and then to St. Paul where he was placed in a hotpl under the charge of Eva Utlty, a trained nurse Mrs. Byers located her husband on Ang 29, 1803. The party, including Mrs Byors, then returned to Chicago. Here she alleges morphine was surroptlousl; administered by Dr. Tallman and whil she was unconscious, her husband was again curried oil. Byars was thon taken from place to place, generally outside tli United States, covering altogether abou 40,000 mileti. Mra. Byers spout thousands of dollar* searching for husband and Anally located him in Japan. She sent her agent Samuel Boyd, for her husband and tho; returned to Ban Francisco. Hero tho; wero met by Dr, Tallman, wiio eu dnivorod to regain possession of Byers Finally on July UO, 18U4, an agreumen was signed by all tho interested partiee to the effect that Byers should return tc' PitUlmrg without uuy interference in tho custody of Boyd. At St. Joseph, Mo., Byers was taken from the train on u writ of habeas corpus, but at the hoar- ing was remanded into Boyd's custody. A few hours later, Mrs. Byors alleges, H. H. Shields, Peter L. Kennedy, John Davis and Dr. Tullmau again kldnuixid Byortf aud took hint to Chicago, whore trace of him was lost, A few days ago Mrs. Hyora found hor husband in the Pennsylvania hospital for insane ut Philadelphia aud he w now uudor hor euro. Trouble Over • Galhqlla Teacher. AMIMUUHY, Mass., Sopt, UO.—One division of the grammar school at Salisbury has been closed, as a result of a religious quarrel over the appointment ol Miss Isabel Cavuuangh, a Catholic, as a teacher, Jdlss Cavuuaugh is strenuously opposed by prominent members of the A. P. A. and the local branch of the American Mechanics, The division ol Miss Cuvanuugh has been cloned until tho trouble U settled. Blio threatens to sue tho town if discharged, THOTTING QUEEN ALIX. She Beat the World's Record at Galesburg, HER OWNER GIVES HER HISTORY. UUturlc Carter. Bioi'X CITV, In., Bept. aUi—"Billy" Pri'siMlt, tho euglueor who \fiia shot in thu Huiita Fu trulu rubbury, wan u bin- turio llguro iu Siuvu City, whorg hu livnl for it uumbuv of yuura. Uu won uujjinour on thu tirat train into Bioux City, u c-un- stnu-tiuii train tlmt uuinu uvur tho Bioux City mul Piiclftu iu 18UH. Death uf 41 f». Murrny. FUKUONT, Nob., Bojit. 80.—Mm. Mui'- gui't't MuiTiiy, mothuf ol! C.'uptttiu Jaiuon Murray, diotl in tlua city, iigud Ht) youra. Thu body will bo tukou to Oiwiuu, la., for lutoruwut. She Ii 81* Tears Old anil Trotted Her First Race at Beatrice, Neb,, In Jnne, 1800. Robert J Will Also Go A(f»ln!t His Record on the Sumo Track— Senator Cal. loin Was a Spectator. GALBSBUHG, Ills., Sept. 20.— Fifteen thousand people yelled themselves hoarse Wednesday afternoon when the great trotting queen, Alix, beat ttie world's record by coming under the wire in 2:08%. It was a noble performance from start to finish, justifying Williams' boast about the fastness of the track and Jones' assertion about the ability of Alix to be the world's record. The day was an ideal one for such an event and the track was in good condition. It was 5 o'clock when Alix passed in front of WIG grand stand for a little preliminary work, McDowell was her driver. In the stand when the time arrived for Alix to be sent off were Jones and Monroe Salisbury, joint owners of the mare. The timers were Fred Secord, John Hussey and T. C, McDowell, and McHenry Williams was the starter. In the audience was Senator Cnllom. It was 5: 10 when McDowell finished Alix up. When all was in readiness Williams announced. "Alix will now go against the world's record, S!:04." She Seemed to Fairly Fly, The start was made in splendid • style. Alix came as regularly and steadily as clock work with head down and her sharp pointed ears twitching nervously. When the quarter was reached .there was a general exclamation: "Thirty and a half; she will beat it." From that tc the half she seemed to fly, making it it 1 il»l%. Third quarter she increased hoi pace a trifle, going in 1:32^. When she started up the home stretch there was the greatest excitement. She seemed tc fairly fly to get away from the horse that came thundering just behind. As she darted under the wire the shout went up from the thousands: "She's done it; she's done it." The cheering was prolonged and it was sometime before Williams could quiet the crowd sc as to make himself heard, He then an nounced: "You have witnessed the fastest heat ever trotted by any trottei on the globe, just trotted by Alix. The first quarter was gone in 80 j^, the half in 1:01%, the third quarter in 1:32% and the mile in 3:08%." The crowd again cheered and thousands rushed onto the track as McDowell came driving Alix back, Williams introduced Mr. Jones, the owner of Alix, and the cheering again arose. The per formance of Alix is the talk of all hone- men, Driver McDowell said: "It was a remarkable mile. She did not seem worried a bit by the effort, but came out as fresh apparently as she went in. Her action waa perfect. In the whole dis tunce I never spoke to her nor raised the whip; it wasn't necessary." One of the judges caught the time at a shade less than the official figures and many in the audience had it 2:08><C. Trotted Her Flnt Race In Nebraska. Jones was nearly smothered in congratulations. He said: "I was confident Alix would beat the record. 1 knew what she could do. I want to say that I sold part interest in her several months ago to Monroe Salisbury. This is not generally known here. She cauio into my possession when a yearling. I bought her at a combination sale at Chicago and shipped her to my farm at David City, Neb. Slio is now 0 years old. Hor first race was at Beatrice, Nob., in June, IbOO, then « 8-year-old, I having trained her that spring. Lost year who made a record of 2:07%. The first trotting aho did this year was Jan exhibition at Council Bluffs, whore she wont ti mile in 2:10!|j. Since thon she has gono on steadily reducing her record. I shall not start her uguin here, I am satisfied for the present. What I may do, I cannot say yet, but it belongs to some out) ulet to bt-at hor record." Starter Williams was so pleased over thu result that lit) confidently announced '•You havd BOOH tho fastest milo ovor trottod, During thU wook you will ueo tha fastest uiilo over juiced and it will be by Robert J," Ho alsu uimouuctx; that Flying Jib, Directly and Onliuo would bo driven against thoir rooords, Auothor brilliant uvuut was Ethul A golug to boat tho 3-yoar-old pacing record of 8: 10. Shu made thu milu in a: 10, equalling thu record. Many uaught tho time tt;00j 4 . TELEGRAPH NEWS IN PANAUHAHHb. UitptUt unsocial Ion mot at FiilrlU'lil, lit. Colonel II. C. OOKI wan buried with honors ut Km|>r>rlu, Kim. Several hotels ul KmjMrtu, Kan., were rulilej for milling liquor. Two men were klllwl anil three lujurui by H wrei-k In llu- llmxix- Tunnel. Heals I Running Cures the Serpent's Sores, S, oumi . H. Sting. CONTAGIOUS lu.uiu -^ BLOOD POISOM ..?&„... , B_ ylom lo iu liuiillui; (vowvr*. i«]iul*ou and ImtUU uii lUo »y»u>m ICllUO UUlile tllWUO &Usl ill tKilUMIUi SWIM' SI'KCIHIC CO., Atlanta, G». | U rt>muvo A v^tUA ORN HAS DECLINED SIX POINTS. Ith One Exception, (he I,owe«t September Condition Kvcr Reported, CHICAGO, Sept. 10.—The Prairie Farmer says that its crop report for Septetn- er, based upon returns from 1,000 coun- ea in the Chip, Mississippi tind Missouri alleys and Pacific coast, show a declina f six points in the condition of corn, the eneral average being 6U.H, with one ex- eption, the lowest September conditiott ver reported. The acreage planted to orn this year was 77,84(J,000 acres, th9 argest on record. The district which; offered most severely from drouth, corn- rising a considerable part of this area, as entirely killed or cut up for fodder. Aepecial investigation indicator, that le acreage thus lost amounts to Y,7H4,- 011 acres, of this one-half was in Ne- raska alone, and 0,100,000 were in Ne- raska, Iowa and Missouri. The pres- nt reports indicate a crop of 1,887,000,00 bushels, against 1,71.8,000,000 bnshela ast year. It is the third smallest crop n succession, and considering the deple- of stocks and increased population nd consumptive demand, is the smallest upply on record. i Gang of Counterfeiter! Unearthed. UREKA, Cal., Sept. 19.—Detective larris has unearthed a dangerous gang f counterfeiters who have been flooding Southern Oregon and Northern Cali- ornia with spurious silver coin. A few weeks ago he arrested two men in Shasta xmnty for counterfeiting and he baa aught another of the gang, a man named Wing, whom he arrested at Scott 'alley. A confederate named Johnson escaped. There are 16 members of the ang and their work has been excep- ionally clever and they have disposed of arge quantities of the bogus money. As ret Harris bos been unable to locate the eaders of the gang or the place where be money is made. War Between Stockmen Ended. PARACHUTE, Colo., Sept. 19.—The war xtween the sheep and cattle men in Garfield county bas been ended by the beep men shipping all their stock to eastern markets, leaving the country free to the cattle men. The county commia- ioners of Grarfield county have offered a eward of $500 for the arrest and convio- ion of the men who slaughtered the^ heep. A prominent sheep raiser has ffered another $500 and Governor Waita will bo requested to add |1,000 to tola amount. -sen Bond* toXtaifllsft CapltalllU. DALLAS, Tex., Sept. 19.—News was fiven out here by representatives of the banners' State Alliance, which organization is very strong in Texas, that 3,000,000 worth of bonds of the pro- ected Manitoba-Gulf railroad have been old to English capitalists and that nego- iations are nearly closed for the sale of H),000,000 worth more. New York Hanker Arrcited. NEW YORK, Sept. 19.—Charles F. Phillips, banker of W> Wall street, was arrested, charged with embezzling and appropriating to hia own use • about flOO.OW). Tho offense is alleged to hare jeen committed seven years ago. JapnucM) L.O.HHB* ill IMiiif Ynilf. LONDOS.Sept. 19.—A private telegram received ut thtJ Japanese legation here ;ives the lasses uf the Japanese at the >attle of Ping \ aug aa bt-iug 11 officen wounded and 200 f=oli1i"i-s D O not be deceived* The following brands of White Lead are still made by the " Old Dutch" process of slow corrosion. They are standard, and always Strictly Pure White Lead The recommendation of "SoutheiV'RedSeal," " Collier," "Shipman," to you by your merchant is an evidence of his reliability, as he can sell you cheap ready-mixed paints and bogus White Lead and make a larger profit. Many short-sighted dealers do so. FOR COLORS,— National Lead Co. 1 * Pure Wliilu Lead Tinting Colon, a one-pound can to a 35-pound keg or Lead mid nun your own paints. Saves lima and annoyance In mulching It 6 , and Insures Ilia best paint thai possible to put on wood. Send us u postal card and get our book OB palnu and color-card, free) it will probably lave you a good many dollars. NATIONAL LEAD CO. SI, Louli Branch, Clack ArouoMitl Tenth street, Si. Leak. CALIFORNIA Aud all Paoiflo Uousl and Page* Bouud poiuta tiru reached comfortably nud i|iiiokly via Palaon Drawing Room Bleeping Ottra aud Tonrlut Bleepere leave Chlouge daily and ruu through to Bun FrauolBOO without oliuuge. Personally Concerted Excursions Io Tourist Bleepiug Oar* lean Ohiougo ovury TUureduy. Kate for a oonipleUlv equipped berth from Gbio«gu to 8au Frauoiaooi Lou Augeltxi or i'ortluud only 81.00. I'ttaeougers from potato wttet ami uorlhwust of Ohioago oau join Iheea exouraiout en route. Vuilubla route exouniou ticket* at greully reduced ratoe. rOM QKTAILKO INFORMATION A**kV TO AUJNTB CHICAGO & HORTH-WERTERN IT ON «PQHCM, Uea. l'4*». ttU't CHICAGO.

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