The Carroll Sentinel from Carroll, Iowa on October 19, 1894 · Page 7
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The Carroll Sentinel from Carroll, Iowa · Page 7

Carroll, Iowa
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Friday, October 19, 1894
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• T5<"?f." T 'l r , DAtLT AND WBKKLT. ALL HOME! PRINT, fhB Bttrnrttili tee onii newspaper in cat- toll coiiht> tbat I* printed all at home and It con aim more local and count? new§ than any other two fapen ID this county, POWERS A CowiM), Props. FBIDAY, OOTOBEB 19, 1894. MURDER , ^ —Will Probably be the Result of the Shooting Last Evening Done by Alexander Guegel. A. Family Row Results In a Shooting Affair in which the Wife la Fatally Wounded and the Hired Girl Shot in the Hand. ' ' !''[-•• Alexander Guegel .filled his carcass full of budge yesterday, and laat nigh;, went home shortly after six o'clock am proceeded to fill his wife and the hirec girl r full of lead. After performing tb dastardly deed he escaped but was caught later in the evening by Marsha Hamilton and is now in the county jail When Quegel went home last evening he began to'quarrel with his wife ant repeatedly threatened to,. kill her, bu the hired girl, who is a perfect, heroine said.she did not think anything very strange of that kind of .talk, for it was o: so frequent occurance that ,;:it had los all 'terror. Mrs. Guegel reasoned coolly with him and tried to quiet him, but his damnible disposition was only inflamed by her talk, and he caught her by the throat and began to choke her, and said, "Now I have you and will kill you and have you out of the way," and fired his revolver into the ceiling. By this time the hired girl, Mary Orne, of Audu bon,: thought it time to interfere and try and put a stop to the would-be murderer. She seized a gun stock which was behind the door and began to pound him over the head. He took bold of her then when, she tried to take the revolver from him and got shot through the palm of the hand. By this time Mrs. Guegel hod attempted to escape, and Alex ran after her, firing one shot in the kitchen and another in the street, where Mrs. Guegel fell on her face as if dead. Several parties had been attracted to the place by the firing and say that Alex looked at her after she had fallen to the ground and then started olT on a run. Green Clark was one of .the first to assist in taking Mrs. Guegel to the house, and says that after she was placed on the bed she inquired where her little girl was. On being shown where she was sne said that Alex Guogol hud shot her. Medical aid was summoned and Dr. A. L. Wright said that her pulse was too low toadminister chloroform to probe after the ball. The wound was washed off-and bandaged, as that was all it was possible to do until she rallied if she ever does. The doctor said the wound could not help but to prove fatal as the ball entered in the forehead just at the roots of the hair aud was lodged in the brain. When the wound was being dressed the brain kept oozing out; since . then she has boon in a half conscious condition. She may rally, but it cannot be more than temporarily for the wound from ite very nature must prove fatal. Miss Mary Orue, who attempted to save the life of Mrs. Guegel, is a brave, heroic woman, and although she WHS shot through the put in of the hand, was the coolest person in the o,w>wd which had gathered at the house shortly after the shooting. She has a very painful wound 'but as to the nature of it we aro unadvised. , ••! Guegei,aft»r he saw his vrtfe fulj in the street, took to bin heel? aqd escaped in the darkness, but later rushed into a burber shop on Fourth street where it is said he attempted to out hie tin oat wi\l) a ruaor which wns tuken from him." The marshal was notified of his whereabouts aud pliiood him under arrest. He was at ouo« tukeu to the couuty juil whore lie now is. • It is statefl thut a mob of about forty nsEombled luto in the evening with tho intention of lynching the miserable whelp, b,ut batter counsel prevailed uiul it was given up Wo trust nothing of this kind will happen to disgrace our oily und should it be attempted there will bo tiHiul low,of Ufo. '<* thw.authori- tioB will protoot the prisoner uud turn him over to the luw. This i? the same person who lilted *ls broUwr-in-Uw full of shot last spring wlian he gut into tho row with his wife. Ijty,w»S U>V»«1 «ver to the grand jury, which returned «u iiuliatmoul ugalnai hint und tho case WIIB *K>t for trial ut tlio uoiniug term of court Tho woman whom ho married two •yoara ngo hud urtwtio'uUy grown "P * n our uity imd WHS known OB Irepp Ish- lunel. Sho WIIB a bright *nd intelligent youug liidy, but liko many «u unfortunate girl wout estrjiy. Sinoo nor mur- riaito her life has b*»u fuUaf trpublo. Whether due#ol de^oryw uu>i sympathy or IIIIB any OBUBO to poiwplalu p» h^ wiffl IB luird to teJJj l>ufc.tlM /tt4«*»«tal thai ho know her character before h« war- riea her, for he tog Uu» grown to wan- hood in this locality. His father died a ,rew years ago and left each of the children 80 acres of good farm land in Washington township., Since Alex has hadi control of this h« has been driven rapidly to destruction. Naturally a weak minded youth, susceptible to the evil impressions made upon him, the outcome is not a surprise to those who know them* . • . 1 Today Giiegel lies in the cottflty jail while his wife lies at the. point of death liable at any moment to pass away and fasten the crime of murder upon him. PEOPLE AND EVENTS. Rubbers at Moore's. Overshoes »t Moore's, Ladies' overshoes at Moore's. Children's overshoes at Moore's. Gentlemen's ovo'shoes at Mobre's. Painter wanted. Inquire of Harding. You can get fine repairing done at Moore's shoe store. A nice line of school supplies, at the Palace drug store. House of seven rooms for sale cheap. Qood location. Inquire at ibis office. When you want first class frutts of any kind, call at Schachtner & Egan's cash grocery Try a cake of the Dairy Hade Buttermilk soap for the complexion, at the Pal- nee drug store. The Olio club wi'l meet tomorrow afternoon with Mrs, Mary Russell, at 3 o'clock. What do yon take medicine for? Become vou are tick and want to get well, of course. Then remember, Hood's Sariaparlila curei. Try a sack of Crosby's best flour, for sale by Schachtner & Egan's grocery, and be convinced of its superiority. There will be a public reception to Ex-Qpvernor Boies at the court house tonight, from 7 to 8 o'clock. Constipation and all irregularities of the bowels are best remedied by the use of Ayer's Cathartic Pills. For rent,—two dwelling houses, one located on north side and the other on the south side. Geo. W. Bowen. Call ot J< j tc't offlcefor rock, meat and barrel salt, oil meal, storm sasb, hard and soft coal. Special prices on surplus lumber. Schumacher & Mitts, will have their Salt Lake potatoes this week. All parties ordering now will be furnished from the car at wholesale prices. Henry Wulff, of Manning, has returned from his trip to Germany, where lie has been for the last three months visiting the scenes of his childhood. Schumacher & Mitts, dealers in flour, feed nnd produce are prepared to furnish goods cheaper than over before. Call on them when in want of anything in their line. McCarl & Gilmore have bought the Carroll Dry Goods stocjc for 50 cents on the dollar and are now closing it out at unusually low prices. They will move tho stock to Holstoiu on or about the 25th of this month. Go and see them if you want a bargain. UNDER ARREST. A. L. WBIQHT, A. S. aOCKI/BV AND S. C. DUNKLK. In today's paper we publish a dispatch appearing in the Dea Moines Leader which oasts a gloom over our citizens as nothing bis done for many years, Dre. Wright and Qookley are praotioing pbyfiioiasm in our oity sud Dr. Dunkle a resident ot Glidden. These three constituted the pension board during Harrison's administration. Last March a new board, consisting of Dr. Kessler of this oity, Dr. Jones of Breda aud Dr. Desbler of Olidden took control of the business. It appears SB if the pension department was sdvised of Ibe irregularities of tbe old board and bad been at work for eome time looking into ina mutter. Tbe dispatch gives tbe particular a. This morning Frank Bradley oitad States manlxil, <mi«» to the oily, placed D/H. Wright iiuci Gui'klry under Bluest mid Fturled for Des Mutues on he 8 o'clock piittcnger. The trial is placed for tbe flrst of u«xt kand tb* following witnesses bave b«eo summoned : R. E. Ooburn, 0. L Wattles, Ohas. Henderson, J. W. Button, Fred Dealer, E. 0. Atwood, O. T. Wads- wortb aud Pr, A. Keaslar. The penalty of (lie crime with whipb they are charged is a flue of not lean limn $1,000 or more than 910,000 and mprieoniusut not to exceed tiro ysars, As tbe peiBOM *bo are iutewtecl in tne indiotmeul left Iba oity before we were able to interview Ibem we refrain from commenting on tbe case farther than tbat we trust tbey will b* able to prove their Innocence. Ttnir standing o the community baa alwayi been bigb UK! it would b« • terrible Wow to their friend* If they ibould be found guilty. Tba* Joyful fooling with tuo oxuilnrat- uu ultimo of rouowiul health uud atrongth ami Internal ' cleanlln«s«, whlob follow* tint use of 8 jr up of Klg«, is unknown to Aim ftw wiio liavo not ptojireJiMHl buyout! tltu old time uu'dloliius uuU tho clump »uu- tltulcs soiueiluifls offoml but uovor na- tho well Informed. TAKBJI Ui 1 . A bqrse aud oolt camq to my plupo •tt&lurday, Thft.o»uor CUB btro tbe «aiu<> by proving property, and paying co»t. JJvmiY KBNZB, Ilonello. M011E LIGHT. fcVBN A BKPCBtlOAH fcDlToR ADMITS THAT THE TAB1PF IB A TAX, Bret? time vou l/uy a dollar's wonh of sugat you give tour pounds of sugar to tbe trust, fetlll we are told that tne bill (but utocuren 17 pounds to the dollar Is better than that wblcb gave 111 pounds to the dollar.—Carroll Hernia, <Jct8. This Is the way thu Kepublicau papers deceive t|ielr teadets or tney are Ignorant ot the facts.about which, they ure ittlkiug. Uu the 28th day of August, when the new tariff bill went into effect, sugar was quoted at 4,72 cents casu. October tt the (luotatlon tor the sutne Kfude of sugur Wai) 1.41 cents cash. bugar Is gradually growing cheaper. The immense,yields of this year's crops ,render it possible to dispose of It and maintain a high rate, Shipments of sugar are now being offered to be made for tbe flrst six moutus in '95 at 4.17 cents lauded In .New York against tbe present quotations of 4.41. If there It any Indication In this that sugar will be higher at any reasonable date, tbe Uetald will do well to lay in a supply to be delivered next •June at a rate of 24 cents per : hundred pounds less than It Is now and 28 cents less ithan it was before the passage of the Wilson bill was ever anticipated,—CAR KOLL SKNTINBL, Oct. 12. ; It is with pleasure that we note the willingness of our esteemed oontempor ary to dimfass certain phases of our lamentable industrial condition. Its re lerenoe to the prioe of sugar is simply refreshing. It reminds us that since the enactment ot the eo-culled Wilson bill, which placed a duty, of over forty percent upon sugar, there ban been a study decline in prices. Now it the imposition of an inordinate duty has lessened the price, what; pray, has become of the Demoon.tio doctrine that "tariff is a tax?" We did not think that die- biplw of the great apostle Cleveland would so soon renounce their faith and adjure the cardinal doctrine of tariff're- form, that "tariff is a tax." If the Wilson bill baa cheapened sugar, the forty per cent tariff must be 'paid by the foreign producer. The conclusion is inevitable, fib? Mr. SKNTINK.— Oarroll Herald, Dot 17. The last reference the Herald makes to the price of sugar goes to prove just what we claimed, that it was ignorant of what it was saying regarding tbe piioe ot tbat commodity. For, instead of it being dearer now then it was under the MoKiuley tariff it is cheaper and tbe Herald has at last found it out thanks '(o its friends. Now it tbe Herald will read the above carefully it will eee .that it is mistaken about our saying that tbe decline in price is due to the tariff. Tbat is just what we did not say. We said the reason why sugar is gradually growing cheaper is due to over prodnc-' tion and that the supply could not be disposed of aud maintain the high rate. We know and every other intelligent person knows that it it were not for tbe duty sugar would be still cheaper now than it is. A tariff is « tax audlias beeu demonstrated too often for any sane Democrat to question. Wbht we insisted on in the first place was tbat the Herald was ignorant of what it was talking about when it said tbat a dollar would not buy within four pounds as much sugar now as it would under the old tariff bill. Had it said tLut it is cheaper now than it was six mouths ago and would be still cheaper if it were .not for tbe robber tariff, we would buve suid amen, for it would have beeu dealing in fnots. When it draws tbe conclusion tbat tbe duty of over forty per oeut is a tax and for that reason sugar should be dearer it admits jnat what the Demoora tic party has b»eu all these years trying to teach the Republicans is the case and tbat instead of tne foreigner paying tbe tax the consumers of this oouuty have beeu called upon to toot tbe bill and pay a tribute to every protected industry tbrougbout tbe land. Tbe people have been taxed to support these monopolies, corporations and trusts until nine per oeut of our people own ninety per cent of all our wealth; peveuty-eix per cent of all our people live in rented homes and the mortgaged indebtfdoees during the past ten yean in these western farming states baa inoreaatd 165 per oeut. No, friend Hoogerford, wneu you attempt even by indirection to draw tbe conclusion tbat any apostle ot tariff reform is willing to admit that "the foreigner paye tbe tax" you do them an iuju«tioe. So firmly «re we convinced of tbe fallacy of tbU argument tbat we will never for a moment admit it. When we see our own merchants advertising in our papers* tbat a reduction ot 25 per oeut baa been made iu woolen goodaaiooa wool was put op tbe free list tbere no longer remaiua a abiidow of a doubt in our mind tbat tbe foreigner never paid Iba lax imposed upon tbase goods, but tba jonaumara of them were compelled to make a free gift of one-fourth of their ocsl to tba manufacturer. Can you tbink of this vast sum being wrung from tba people, wheu- aver tbey bougbt clothes to protect tbemeelvea from tba oold of'winter, and then aay you are in favor ot a big b tariff, for "tba foreigner pays the tax?" _______ CORRESPONDENCE. . „,-„!» inniiMi tU» publiwtloncl tlwli 1 Mum Iu tuo wnakly. luiut mull tuttiu to vll I r«ttoti our offlc* wvanwKlttf. J mi*, buvu quito fvuble lately with rheumatism. Uovi Sharp «'•• preaehBd taut Monday uyeulug at 0»rrolltou. There it an occasional woulcl-bo smart Alex who Iu bis attempt to Interest tho plibllc with smart getite'ticea'atid vnlti repetitions and tnlk of their own folks •nd their doings for lack of bruin powcl and education to produce anything else of Interest. A niece of E. Umbaugh'a was visiting with him recently. Fred Winter made a land deal last week and thoru was much sorrow afterward. Carrollton's base ball nltaes are practicing some, so as to play a fair game with visitors. Miss Maggie Knight, of Coon Rapids, was calling L on friends at the 11111 last Sunday. John IVilllams and wife are visiting friends In southwestern Illinois at present. S. A. Davis, who Is visiting out west in IFashington, gets three dollars per day for superintending the work on a large gt 1st mill. Jeff. Ueltnr, of CoonKaplds, was retail ing onions last week In this section. NO charge for odor. The Indies of i the N. B. church had a very enjoyable time last Tuesday at a quilting bee at the residence of 3/rs. 8: liergan. There Is an old seed'Republican down near us that borrows THE SENTINEL to read and if the editor gets bis name he'll get a copy free. O. Carter made a new well and put up a steel tower and wheel for C. A. Bailey last week. ' Participants In a tin pan crowd lately threw pumpkins at an old man and quite severely Irjured him. John Owen Is making preparations to work his farm 1:1 m.sklf another year. There is no medicine'so often needed !n every home end so admirably adapted to the purposes for which it Is intened, as Chamberlain's Pain Balm. Hardly a week passes but some member of the family has need of it. A toothache or headache may be cured by it. A touch of rheumatism or neuralgia quieted. The severe pain of a burn or scald promptly relieved and the sore healed in much less time than when medicine has to be sent for. A sprain may be promptly treated before inllmnitation sets In, which Insures a cure in about one-third of the time otherwise required. Cuts and bruises should receive immediate treatment before the parts become swollen, which can only be done when Tain Balm IA kept at hand. A sore throat may" be cured before it becomes serious. A troublesome corn may bo re- remnvpd hy applying it twice a day for a week or two. A laniu back may be cured and several days of-'valuable limn saved or a pain In the side or chest relieved without pnyii R a doctor bill. Procure a 60 cent bottli; ntoncu you will never regret it. For sale by J. IF. Ilntlon,drug- glst. PKl'CKS THKN AND NOW. Continued from si.r(7i pciyc. Turkey red a.'| ..................... UGo Turkey rcd^M... ................ Wo Turkey rod 4-4 .................. 'floo XXXX '.ft .............. ........... 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'.'.'.'.....'.... fruit Q' lit* Lgouii IH fruilof tUelonm, 10-4 OG7C .U'Jo .1050 .09o .120 .092 .12o .OCo .003 .OCO .OS7o .OOu .OGo .09o ,05e .(H5c .0570 ,057o ,045<.i ,045o .000 ,07c ,057c .055o .0550 .Wk: .07c .0676 .1U5« .OGSo .OU50 .OUo 11)0 .0250 ,05c .07o .090' .V&ir .10*) .ian .10.) .100 .11750 ,U85o .10o- .110 ,lHo .061, .on* .07u ,07u .070 .(XiSo .OUo .UW .«H6«; .0760 .lotto' .083 .1'jao :M8» GOT THREE BIG ONES » Board of Pension Examiners Indicted by Federal Grand Jury, CONSPIRACY IS CHARGED United States Marshals After A. L. "Wright and A. 8. Gockley, of Carroll, and S. O. Dunkle, President of a Olid- den Bank. DOB Molnes Leader. Three prominent doctors have been indicted by the federal grand jury upon three counts for robbing the government. They are De. A. L. Wright, a prominent officer in the state taedicnl society, Dr. A. S. Gockley, a well known physician at Carroll, and Dr. S. C. Dunkle, president of the First National bank nt Glidden. The three counts of the indictment charge them with conspiring to defraud the government, in that but one of them made examinations of old soldiers who came before the board, although all Bent in their bills, sending in illegal vouchers to secure moneys from the pension department which had not been earned. The thirdjcount is unknown and as the federal officers will make no statement as the men have not yet been arrested. All three men have been pension examiners at Carroll for a number of years nnd are very prominent both in business nncl social circles. Their arrests, which will be made by deputy United States marshals sent out last night by Marshal Bradley, will cause the biggest kind of a sensation. The good people of Carroll and Glidden will hardly believe it true. The exnct amount of money involved is not known and it is a question whether or not it will come out in the trial. The indictment sets the amount at about $2,500, but it' is understood that they have returned S300 in an set.tle the case ond stop the criminal' proceedings which had been commenced. BROWN WORKED UP THE CASE. Special Pdnsion Examiner Brown, with headquarters at Council Bluffs, 1ms beeu at work upon the case for some time. He was before the graud jury, which returned the indictment yesterday afternoon, before it adjourned to go to the races. He has made several trips to Carroll and interviewed old soldiers in different parts of the district who have been examined by this board of examiners. He would not #ve a reporter of the Leader any iuforme- tion whenjflppronched upon the suject loot night. It is understood that'he has found half a dozen old soldiers who swear that but one of the surgeons made examinations of them, while bills 'were sent in by all three. These old Holdlfcrs were probably before the grand Jury, but their names or what they testified to is conjecture. The indictment is supposed to have been found for some particular and Specific act. It is alleged that on Aprils, 1893, the board conspired and sent in fraudulent vouchers, claiming tbat they all examined a number of cases, when in fact only one or two of the board were present. The alleged crime' is a violation of section 5440 of the pension laws and is punishable by a heavy fine and imprisonment in the penitentiary. The three men will be brought to Des Moines today and arranged before Judge Wbolson. They will undoubtedly make a stubborn fight for their liberty. It is said that Drs. Dunklo and Wright filled out and signed blank certificates of disability which were given to Dr. Gockley for use as he saw fit. He was the only member of the 'examining board to see the applicants and used the returns to the department which had been signed-in blank by his associates. • ' The three doctors constituted the old board of examiners and all are Republicans. The foreman of the grand jury m B. F. Clayton, the well known Kep'ub'U- can politicnn, so no persecution can bp alleged. Don't commit suicide on account ot your "incurable" blood disease. The sensible tiling for you to do Is to'take Ayer's Sarsapaiilla. If that falls, why, then—keep on trying, and it will not fail. The trouble is, people get discouraged too soon. "Try, try, try, again." Carroll Market Report CO UN—50 OATS-25C HOGS-85.40 POTATOE8-7.5 BUTTER—12 fb 15 KGGS-Hc CATTLE—S2.25 RYE-76 BARLEY—40 FLAX—81.10 WHEA.T-00 "1 would rather trust tlio medicine than any doctor 1 know of," says Mrs. llattie Mason of Cliiltou, Carter Co., Mo., to speaking of Chamberlain's Cold, Cholera ami Diarrhoea remedy. For sale by J. IV'. lint ton, drupplst. BOAHDKK WASTED. A few any boarders wanted at A. A. Talbott's. u/ANTED: reliable man, permanent position. If Stnnip and references. A. T. Morris, cart) I Ills [in per. GUILD Is letting down the prices on dry goods, notions, ladies' and gentlemen's furnishings, cloaks and capes. —^CLOAKS. Fdr 5.00 y ou nan .buy a good Beaver Cloak. 8.95 y° u can ^ u y a ^' ne Crush Plush Cape. . T5 y° u can ^ u y a ^ ea ' Plusli' t Coat, just worthj$5.oo more. Children's aud Misses' Coats from $2.50 up. These goods are all new this season. We did not sell cloaks last year.consequeutly we have not an old garment in the house. UNDERWEAR. For 19c."you can buy a Ladies' Jersey Ribbed Vest, worth 25^ cents. For 35 Ci y° u can buy an Egyptian Cotton Fleeced Vest or Pants, worth 50 cents. For 40 C ' y° u can ^ u y a f' ne Merino Vest or Pants, worth 60 centb. For 37^ Ci V ou can ^ u y a Gentleman's Derby Ribbed Shirt or Drawers, worth 50 cents. For 43 Ci y° u can ^ u y Gentlemen's Heavy Merino Shirt or Drawers, worth 65 cents. For (>3 C X ou can ^ u y Natural Gray, all wool, very fine Shirt or Drawers. This would be cheap at $ i Children's underwear in all sizes from 12$ i-enlH up. You will save money by seeing these before you buy. : l HOSIERY. For 3G Ci y° u can buy a 4° c - quality Ladies' Fleeced Lined Hose, For 36 C y° u can ^ u y a 5° c < M^ality Ladies' Fleoced Lined Hose. For "J Q^c. you can buy a 250. quality Men's Half Hose, For boyH und girls wo have got just what you want, something that WILL WEAK LIKE CAST IKON, from 5o. per pair up. Intending imrohaH&ra will do well to HOO our stock before buying, tus we have one of the beat stocks in western Iowa, and wo umke tho lowest prices. t-3?*Come and see our astonishing J3ARGAINS GUILD'S ONE PRICE DRY COOPS STORE, { Klr 13^ Whei-e a ohild. ouii buy us cheap OB a

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