The Carroll Sentinel from Carroll, Iowa on November 2, 1894 · Page 1
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The Carroll Sentinel from Carroll, Iowa · Page 1

Carroll, Iowa
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Friday, November 2, 1894
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IOWA, FRIDAY, NOVEMBER 2, Appointed Receiver to Repre sent Gulf Bondholders. H IS SATISPAOTOSY TO ETAFB. Wie K*-Go»«rnor ChargM Union Paclflo Offlolal* With Formlnf » Oaniplraor to Destory th» Oulf Road M • Competitor •I the ttalo* PBolflo—Itined fiondi ror Doable the Amount Anthorlicd. DENVER, Nov. 1.—Ex-Governor Bran* In the papers filed in his tuit against the Union Pacific declares that while the •tookholders o f tha Gulf tail»ay agreed bsforethe consolidation to M inns of t3(*,0<)0 on each mile of tingle track and 188,000 on each mile of doable track. The Union Pacific management actually toned bonds for double that amount. TIM Union Pacific U accused of issuing bond* nnder the consolidation for the construction of a railway which the Union Pacific owned before the consolidation in New Mexico. It to also alleged that $«,« 17,000 in bonds was put forth toy the Union Pacific officials Im exchange (or |1,254,OUO of the bonds of the North- •rn railway, t«90,000 were exchanged '9,' 1825.000 of the bonds of the Denver, Marshall and B&uldte railway. |i,8oT,- •00 for 1987,000 of the bonds of the Greely, Salt Lake and Paoiic railway, •177,000 for $1:17,000 of the bonds of the Georgetown and Breokinridf* railway, •11 of which passed into the treasury ef the Union Pacific Bail way company, A Union t'nollU Coniplragy. . ?he petition states that JW bonds wefo of but little value and a fictitious Talue was given in violation «f the l*wi of the state. The petition relates that the Union Pacific by the deal was enabled to construct its Oregon Short line. Drexel, Morgan & Co. come in for a •hare of the blame. The complaint allege* that the Union Pacific management caused the property of the Gulf ab•orbed by the consolidation to b» destroyed and dispersed, alienated and sold without sufficient consideration to the Gulf corporations. The shops were dismantled and the machinery removed and shops were erected in other places, where the title was vested in Union Pacific officials, in defiance of law and formal agreements. The principal offices and books were removed from Colorado and the principal offices of the consolidation kept in Boston in conflict with the agreement between the corporations consolidating. All this was done, it is charged, in pursuance, of a tom•piracy to destroy the Gulf road as a competitor of the Union Pacific for Atlantic coast trade. Grart Appoint! Tramtall. Union Pacific offiials are accused of conniving with the trust company for the foreclosure. In the matter of furnishing improved security to the government for (be Union Paoiflo the petition aayil the ehrtftain no way indebted to the government and should not submit to having it* interest* sacrificed. Theoourt decided that the bondholders were entitled to representation, but did not believe in a multiplicity of receivers; that Mr. Yrninbull and Mr. E. BUery Ander. •on bad been nominated. Trnmball, be Hid, was proving a good manager, but Mr. Anderaon in New York could not manage a railroad in Colorado. Consequently he appointed Mr. Trnmbull and denied the appointment (A Mr. Anderson. This decision is said to be satisfactory to the friends of Governor Evans. A lOWfl ELECTION LflW, D OF INSTRUCTION. Give your name, and if required, your residence, to the judges of election If your vote is not challenged, one of the judges, after endorsing his initials on the back thereof will hand you a ballot v yOUr .n°« e ** ,? hallenged ' you wil1 not recei ™ * ballot until y e u have established your right to vote You will nnd the several party tickets printed on the ballot, in columns, side by side A 4 4-It f* !•» ,n« ft n£ «*. ^.Ik ._ ^T^^. _ . *1 1 St •* . 4 . __ * * * ..„,,., - - - r ~~ -*»'-• n«*»ivm, iii UVJ.U1U11B, OIU.O Uy B1UB. At the head of each colnmu you will fi n d the nto e of each party "tiok.t" or Hat ol candidates, as"Kepablic™,'' "Democratic," "Prohibition," etc., „ STATE TJORBT. D D D D D D Q or ETARY OF STATE, F. DALJE OOONIT. FOR TREASURER OF STATE, T W wTJTTw Li. W. \VJllJLJi • 0» WATNB COUNTT. FOB JUDJK OF SUPREME COURT, JOHN CLIGGITT Ot CIHBO QOBDO COUHTV. FOR JUDGE OF SUPREME COURT (TO*. Fttt, VACANCY), W. E. MITCHELL OF FBEUONT COUNTY. FOB ATTORNEY-GENERAL, J. D. F. SMITH OF eREKOKBK COUNTY. FOE OLERK OF SUPREME COURT, T. F. WARD or O'DBIEH COUNTY. FOB SUPREME COttBT REPORTER, J. J.lHEA OF POITAWATTAtflK FOB RAILROAD COMMISSIONER, JOHN a COLE O STATE TICKET. D D D n FOR SECRETARY OF STATE, W. M. MC FARLAND OF EMMET COUNTY. R AUDITOR OF STATE, TVfP P APTTTV T. Ml^ V^ AXV 1 ti X OF STOBV COUHIT. D D D D FOB TREASURER OF STATE, JOHN HERRIOTT OP OCTHBIB COUNTY. FOR JUDGE OF SUPREME COURT, C. T. GRANGER OP AXLA11AKEK COUNTY. FOR JUDGE OF SUPREME COURT (TO FILL VACANCY), H. E. DEEMER OP MONT60MEBY COUNTY. FOR ATTORNEY.OBNERAL, MILTON REMLEY OP JOHNSON COUNTY. FOR CLERK OF SUPREME COURT, C. T. JONES OP WASHINGTON COUNTY. FOR SUPREME COURT REPORTER, .B. I. SALINGER OP •ABROLL OOUWTT. FOR RAILROAD COMMISSIONER, O.L. DAVIDSON OF MOOT OOUHTY. O D D D D D D D D 8 STATE TICKET. IECRBTARY OF STATE, 'ANUS B. CRANfe OP SCOTT COUHTT. FO OR AUDITOR OF STATE, J. BELLANGEE or POLK COONTT. FOR TREASURER OF AARON _;... OF FAYKTTB COUSTfc. FOR JUDGE OF 8UPREMi COURT, JOHNCLIcfSlTT OF CKRRO CtORDO COUHTY. FOR JUDGE OF SUPREME COURT (TO PILL VACANCY), J. E. ANDERSON OF WIUNKBAGO CO0NTT. FOR ATTORNEY-GEXERAL, A. W. C. WEEKS OF MADISON COUNTY. FOR CLERK OF SUPREME COURT, CHAS. V. FARBER OF SCOTT COUNTY FOR SUPREME COURT REPORTER, J. J. SHEA OF POTTAWATTAJI1E CO0HTT. FOR RAILROAD COMMISSIONER, W. W. PATTEE OF FOLK OOUNTt. Of CBAWFOBD COUNTT. D D D D D D FO: OT FAY*TtB"coTO*1r! FOR JUDG: FOl ATTORNEY-0 r. A. MAG; OP JlOKBON C61 FOR CLERK OF 8U M. W OF EMMET SUPREME C9U M. H. OF DBS Motow ME COURT, €»•»• HI* B*UU t« th* Ohurah. MIDDLETOWM, N. Y., Hov. 1.— Fatber Brady, of the Montgomery Roinun Catholic oburob, died a few weeks ngo, leaving an estate of fKiu.tKN), almost all of which be bad willed to the oburch. He died two moutbs utter waking this bequest, which it i« alleged invali<]nt«g it. He made provision, however, that in oase h«s will wiu gtt aside the money abonldgoto Archbishop Corrigan. A brother ooittuatM the will. DIRECTIONS FOR MARKING YOUR BALLOT.-THREE METHODS. 1st. If you want to vote the "Straight" part y ticket, select the party of your choice and mark a cross in the circle opposite the heading, thus: and do not mark your ballot any other way. Your ballot so marked will be counted for ALL the candidates nominated by your party. 2d. If you want to vote for the candidates of a party, with some exceptions, make a cross Xmark in the circle opposite the party mame, thus: and then make a cross A mark in the^quare, thus:[x] opposite the name of any candidate'or another party, and your ballot will be counted for except as to the candidates marked by a cross X mark in the [j under another party title, and these will be of the party marked thus: counted for the candidates so marked. This second planfchould be used only when it is desired to vote for some candidates on another ticket who ar« »«t JUdflreB.JUStlCeHnft.llA Pannt* nr <~VtnafnKlaci • ™ • Judges, Justices of the Peace, or Constables. 3d. If you desire to "scratch" a Judge, Justice of the Peace or Constable, in these cases, there being more than one candidate for the same office on the same ticket, do not mark in the circle at all but mark in the -square before the name of every candidate on any of the tickets for whom you wish to vote and your votes wih be counted only for the candidates against whose names you have placed a cross. Or you can write in the name of the candidate __-— rf vw * , vw^u <* •** ***j v/xs«j*4lyVVA V/4XJ.J J.WJ. VUC7 I'ClU.lVAUa.lA^O Cl£itl.imiJ VVlllSOt? UUIliCO VOll IJ of your choice in the blank space on the ticket, making a cross A opposite thereto. M«w IJ»w Appllw to lUliaporUd Wbbk* LOUWVIUJJ, Nov. 1.— By a decUiou of the United States board of appraisers of New York reimported whisky ou which the tax bad not bcon paid prior te the BBW Uriff law going into effect muni pay |1.10 a gallon, evun if it bad bera reim- ported prior to (he time the tariff law went into effbot. Secretary Carlisle bai decided tlmt roini)>orted whisky do« not even get t'>» b-jiii/It of the eight year bouded period. K«w NurtUwut Rout* O««Bie4L TAOOUA.,, Hov, I.— Th« iret t« oome from Chicago urn Oui»ha ovor t*e Burlington and North aru Puclfle via Jiiliings arrived ou the Northern IViHlo overland Weduwdar •ftenioon. Tim Kunsut Shlugle eoinpanj of this «ity mmle the first vulpment 01 freight froui Pugut sound over the uew line, it (KmfiKtimi of two carloads 01 •hlnglei destiueii to Omaha, Herlum JC|>lil»it>lo Ainuug »t<l4tatt MiDM.iri'Mv,-, foMu., Nov. 1.--A serious opidumiir, ju-unouuoed by phyn/ciatw to bo "contiiinul malurlal fovor," him brolwn out nt'i'«i» the stndeiite of VVea- loyim uiiiv«u-uity, there being nt prunent / bouii HI-HI tu their homes unil on"« oaso UUH (lnvului/ud into typhoid fever. Afinr n MoriD ThUJT CHKYI'.NNI.:, Nov. i.-W. P. AlUuiuiof Uontuuu jiruHcnU'il ti> Uuvoruor Q.iboriu> * n'quisitinii from the governor O t MOU- tuna for on« Juim Williuuw, r«»iaiiw ut wwnt in Uougliw. Willlauw ia wuutoa in f»v\t liouuty, JMuutautt, /or Do not mark your ballot in any other way except as indicated above. Before leaving the voting booth, fold your ballot so as to conceal the marks and expose the official endorsement on the back Leave the booth and hand yourlballot te the judge in charge of the ballot box, who, without marking it in any way, must deposit it in the box You will not be allowed to occupy a voting booth with another voter. You will.'not be allowed to occupy a voting booth more than five minutes if others are waiting to vote You will not be allowed to remain in the enclosed space mow than ten minutes, and you must quit it as soon as you have voted You will not be allowed to re-enter the enclosed space, after you have voted, during election. You will not be allowed to take a ballot from the polling place before the close of election. You will not be allowed to vote any ballot except the one received from the judges. If you spoil a ballot in preparing it, you must return it and got another in place of it th fl cfmlnS'l T h °i' • af | t 7 T 1 ™ 1 ? aU ^ k ttllot ' deoi , dwH lwt to vote - •?»"• b « fo ™ n»«rin« <™» within the guard rail, aurwnder to the election officer* the official ballot which has been given lura;"and a rofiual to surrender such ballot shall subject the parson so offending to immediate arrest If you declare upon oath that you cannot read the English language, or that by reason of physical disability you are unable to murk your ball,,! Intoxication will not be regarded as a physical disability, awl if you are intoxicated you will rei-oivo no assistance in marking your ballot Between the hour* ot opening and closing the polls you are entitled to atount yourself from your place' of employment for a period two hours for the purpose ot voting You will not be liable to any penalty for your abaeiu*, nor dull any dodiiutlou be mode from you wLs Sitawou i hat^u but you must ask for leave of ateeuou before the duy of election, ««y your employer may specify the hours during which you nmy be absont Endowed by the Republican County Central Committee. Endorsed by the Democratic County Central Committee W. L. CULBERTSON. C. H, WESTBROOK. Thu WouitH lu lailluu tiuuimm-. The Into Sqptembor iluyaoud tn uloiul and ohilj. yjjwe in u stonii, iwii uftw ic iue a fuw (laynuf ould wiuilt^ uuii thou a ottlni, ole(tr uight mid n front. Another, and in -18 hours ull iinluru is trtius- formed. Thero is u bouuty whioh ia almost uiiourtlily. Wo wulk iu tho uiuuy loi'od wuoda mid look uji i^to u «ty whioh BUOIUS duojior, olouvitr, |uoru in- unite, if QUO niuy Buy t>o, ituj Miuughts crowd upou iu to whioh no eurtiily (Uiguugo oau givu utterance. jiu U'oml tliiok luitveii of the hlofcory hold tlioir doop grt>on to thu last. Tliu WUlllUt, HOW ItllUOHt KOUO, tllkoy OU H ooppojy l>uo. Thu follugoof tho oiik giwvs oribp us uiidor a mdiloii bronth of heat, and in its mingled rod, grooii mid brown in liko a dolii-i.tu dnijiory. (3um •nil liaukbtin-y t«ko ou iu « night; tho brilliant m i w i,ioii mokos thorn cion- apiouoau IIH far us thu yyo oun soo. Tho dogwood long UKO lust itB bridtil veil of flhuy blqssoniB uiirt now yields Bluwly nof»TUKl Jlluttliiug gl'OOU. Tho Kofi tiutod anil, tho gruy loiifod oottunwood and flyoumove, (ho slowly l»999a, oud tlio null sjowor H MU bui'liuyo nail uuoh its sluido, butallyioUl in bunuty to tha iiiuple. Tho glorions mnplo, tho hard wood nwitlo, with its duliuutuly jwiutod loiivos, which tuko on u now bouuty ovory morn- iugl Vint tho light groeu given plttoa to a Boa yollow ani* that tu tho huo of pol- isluul gold; then tho bright gold softonn day by day into » uhudo whiou so»uw to huvu auvight tho vory iiubstuuou of tho full UIOOU'B rays, und at tho iiut thoru IB u ohmiging hue whioh miuglon with tho rod and brown aud gray of othor troca in an almost paiuful beauty. At |onyth tlt«ro ooiuoa a day wbou evou tho ilull.'ht wml fools tlmt this wondrous suwui IB too othoroul to last. Thoro U n reiniiiilor of ihiuth, uu omimuM dtillno.^ in tho uir, u tioft \MM on cUUo mid itroam. Thu <ilunr wutor looks nuioky. Tho BUII in obMomvd HOOU uftoi- mlildiiy ttiul lUioliuoH, it groat rod uud oouuory disk lu u mass of olouil. Thut ui«ht .^, QOinos rain, a,id ull is ovor. DoutU bus I T«.M».o,,~.Ve7iJr.7uea olnimoil Jn.s own. A fw flay* of Btwin , WH.KH«I> il.\vi-:s,N r uv. 1.—Thustfmuur and tlu'ii— ; Toriuivi Biriii-k Crow Hook, uvur MilforU lii.ii«%i in (Uu i»(/jiyH« of tttu wi>oa» j Uuri'ii. liwi ui^iht. Twvuty-ono mow riiu witiiomi K-AVM Uo diHkU. | iuoludiuK tho cuntum auJ offlci'w, wcro IdrowuMl. &>vi»rul of tho crow wi-ru A Wruok m . Nob., Nov. I.—Asiwcial train from tho wt«t lotultnt with stock, mot freight No. !tl guiiig wont, unu milo otwt of Blair. Tin tH< cuilomls of citttlo worm killod, uiid V^'tli fiigintis ulmoat entirely l. Tim niigiuevrB and tiroiiiou Hi-lvtM by jumping from thoir ' t» tun udiiyinu J. i

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