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C ARD. C, E. REYNOLDS, 4 ttORKEt and COUNSELOR AT LAW. A MMttoe Id kll state And federal count. CoWMhefcftiZ taw a Specialty, <M«e owt *lt*t National Bank, Carroll, town. " W, R. LEE, •tfORNKt. Will praoMce In all I state and ted Collections and alt other bunt prompt and catetul attention. Mai count. ,MMwlil t«Mlm prompt and catetul attention. 5ll« in Pltst National bank block, Carroll, Iowa F. M. POWERS, . Practices in all the court* and , A Makes toilectlons proriptlr. Offleeon Fifth •Met, orer Shoemakers grocery store, Carroll In GEOBGK W. BOWBH. ATTORNEY AT LAW. Hakes collections an« ! AM In Griffith ifth St., Carroll. A. U. QUINT, iTTOttNKt AT LAW, will practice In all Urn •:H Court*. Collections In all parti of Carroll : oontr will bare closest attention. Office with KdrthWBitern Building and L«an Association, Mtitta side Fifth street, Carrol., Iowa. \Y. HUMPHREY, O KNTAI, 9UR«EO\. Teeth ei- traded without pain by the M of nitrous oxide gas. OflJee over First National Bank, corner Carroll, Iowa. G. L. SHERMAN, Oas administered. All work is guaranteed. Office on Fifth St., over poitiffloe, Carroll, Iowa. ' !|m;'ygiTa,'.. . SiiOaH MOOKKL9. . President Vice President Cashier i GENERAL BANKING BUSINESS. Loans Money at Lowest Bates. 'j; : «ceords to its depositors every aocommoda- Uo» oonslstant with sound banking. j? Bui/s : and • Exchange. Sells Some and For- FARM. The Various Vacs to Which It May tie Applied. With the advancement of invention comes electricity to tho farm, furnishing light and cower for farm purposes. The results obtained from an eleotrio motor are the same as those obtained by horsepower or steam engine. The manner of running a feedmill does not differ in its notion whether it be operated by the eteam engine or eleotrio motor. Neither does the pumping of water for farm use by an eleotrio pump differ from that done by a windmill. There is this IKS iiVrf. GENERAL BANKING BUSINKW " "' Lands Bought and Bold, Titles Examined and v Abstracts furnished. ,i;-: . ': flRH BTBIR, '.A". W. •'• . . • . : ' CA'BBOLL, IOWA. HAENESS SHOP ELECTRICAL P0MP IK FARM SERVICE. difference, however, that the electric power is ready at all tines, while with the windmill we have to/depend on the elements before we can begin. The uses to which electricity may be applied on the farm is classified under four different headings by an Ohio Farmer correspondent^-viz: Power for operating all kinds of farm machinery, for lighting the farmhouses, barns and outbuildings, for beating purposes and for the operation of telephones, signals, alarms, etc. Tbe first of the items mentioned above may be divided into two classes. The first "power for stationary machines," the second "powerfor moving machines and vehicles." In the first class the motor would operate a hoisting apparatus for hay, straw, groin and feed. It would also operate a pump for supplying water for drinking troughs, fountains, lawns, gardens, the dairy house, the home, the washing of vehicles and for fire purposes; also for operating thrashers, grinders, shelters, cider presses, feed cutters, bay presses, grindstones, shop tools, churns, coffee mills, sewing ma THE CZAR AND PRINCESS AMX. Nicholas II, the new czar of all the Russias, was born in St. Petenrirarg Mar 18, 1868, and is «onsequently emperor of Russia at 26. Before the late czar died he •elected Princess AUx of Basso to be the wife of Nicholas II. Princess All* ha« become a member of the Greek church. A VERMIN PROOF GRANARY. For Ten Tears It Ban Protected Its Con* tents From Hats and Mice. The losses by rats and mice, and in the south by the grain moths, are' sufficient to pay a good interest on the cost of a perfectly vermin proof grainhouse or oorncrib. A correspondent of Country Gentleman says: The last year my loss of corn-in the crib amounted to more j than the cost of a wire gauze lining j which I put on last fall, and on shelling out my corn the other day there was ! not a trace of mice, not even the smell; of them, in the grain. The Corn was 1 saved, and, what is more, I sold the, greater port of it to a miller at 5 cents I a bushel over the common price, on ac- j ! count of ita freedom from this mousy smell. Besides I myself can now eat a i corn cake with comfort, a luxury I have . avoided for years on account of the I mousy and ratty flavor of it, which cook, ing is unable to expel. This extra price \ at the grain is a supplementary divi- profitable investment in a tiers not more than six inches apart? Tho bottom hive in each tier is kept about a foot above the bottom of the cellar. • My hives are the "shallow things," only seven inches deep inside the frames, but I do not see but the bees winter as well in them as in deeper ones, side by side, and in general I think a little better. But were it otherwise I should prefer to use such hives to deeper ones and for reasons too numerous to mention hera I have now used the 7 inch frames since 1876, the year I was keep ing bees in Shreveport, La., and 17 years' experience with them has taught me that, whether north or south, east or west, I would not use a deeper frame.— Cor. American Bee Journal. , dend on tbe r chinas, laundry machines, horse cleaners j f ew ro u 8 of wire gauze . and wood saws. Uses under the second g ome year8 ago j bn jj t „ gra nary with class are more doubtful and remote than a toolhouse under it. It was built on the first class; hence attention is here y os t s closed in on the sides for a too! given only to the latter. Owing to the in-1 Bnd wagon house. There were two rows termittent nature of some of the work, i ^ bins ^ the g ranary arranged as one portable motor would be all that ghown in the drawing, would be needed for an ordinary farm. ' Thrashing machines would only be used for a couple of months or for a single day on each farm. The hoisting machine for hay would be used but a short time during the haying season. The cider press would only be used about two months all told in the fall; likewise the hay press. Therefore a portable motor—that is, a motor placed on a truck—could be moved from one place to another about the farm, and even from farm to farm. THEO. O9TEN, Prop. vJKkXMtlie. new and compute stock ot > Htroete, Saddlet, Whips;* Robot, Fly Nett ;.-:',aBd efsritbinguiusllj contained In s first class ''^ establishment of tnls kind. All work ; warranted to be Drat class In even particular. B«p»lrimf Neatly and Cheaply Done. A TRIAL. The arrangement was so made that ' the cut, kept and fed in the building, • could go all around and under the bins if stray vermin should get into the up- i per part The bins were raised four inches above the floor. The .inside was made shelving to one corner, where n spout was fitted passing one foot through the floor and closed by a slide always • kept looked when not in use. Spouts of i cotton bagging were made to fit the wooden spouts and fasten on by books When the grain was run out of the bins .into tbe bags in tt'wagon under the floor. These spouts opened over the middle of tbe lower part of the building, room being left for the passage of the wagon through the lower part. The bins were protected on all the corners by strips of tin, and strips were fitted on the upper edges where the lids. Here and There. Advicea make it appear that western farmers are Bowing about as much wheat as usual. The Kansas and Nebraska apple crop is short, but of good quality. The Utah station has made it appear that peas, fed in connection with bran, are superior to any of the small grains for porkmaking. There are but two sorghum sugar factories in Kansas, and neither of them will make (any sugar this year. The cane crop is good, but it is being worked into sorghum, the managers claiming that the sugar' duty does not enhance the prioei of sugar sufficiently to make sugar as profltable as sorghum. POSfAL SERVICE. Revenues Have Fallen Off and Expenditures Increase. standing. Of those investigated there Was tin toae in 4,44!) and loss la ),»2fl, with an actual loss alter being traded of 9u.t. First Assistant Postmaster dr«fi«tAt Frank Jones in his anntial report reoom- mend* legislation to protect the post* marking stump m use at postofftees at the stamp is now being used for unlawful purposn^, fie reviews his recommendation for legislation to prevent the boycotting of postmasters by the mailing of letter:) at places other than the office, which results in reducing the salary of the postmaster boycotted, ttrau'tlne Privilege Abused, ' He calls Special attention to the mil* nee of the (ranking privibge. Sfl says! "There seeun to be some misapprehension among members of congress as to the scope of the franking privilege, which has resulted in some postmasters declining to send speeches or other iriat- ter presented f M mailing and this department has been called upon to give special instructions in such matters. Instead of the name being written or placed on the envelopes by the hand stamp, it has been in some instances improperly printed thereon. The speeches therein contained have borne the advertisement of the printer, which formed no part of the congressional record and therefore are subject to postage as third- class matter. In., addition to this some of the packages sent by nail under the frank of the member haw been found after delivery to contain printed matter outside of the congressional record and public document* and are. therefore not frankable under the laws abqye quoted. "The literature being Mat under seal, the department to, of course, unable to detect violations; it is only advised thereof, after the matter has beem delivered, to, and complaint mad* by the addressee. There it no penalty attached to the misuse of tht franking privilege, hence no action can be taken by me further than to call the attention of the members to the matter. As this department is required to carry without 1 cent of revenue hundreds of tons franked matter, additional limitations should be placed ou the tue ot the frank or penalty of some kind imposed for its unlawful use, and I respectfully suggest that the attention of congress be - called to this matter for such action as it should deem proper." Mr. Jones recommends legislation allowing the suspension without pay, not to exceed 10 days, of employes violating the postal rules; also, that disabled em- ployes may be granted leaves of absence with continued pay. Skin Eruptions and similar annoyances are caused by an Impure blood, which will result in a more dreaded disease. Unless removed, slight impurities will develop into Scrofula, Ecze« ma, Salt Rheum and other serious results of Bad Blood [ have for some time been suftetet from «• severe u ,jod trouble, for jcMch I took many .remedies that did nve no good. 1 have now Uken four bottles of . ~ flfacai %lth the imMtwmderful results iWqKK AW enjoying the best health I — jxn ir- -- evef krlgW) h a ,e gained twenty pounds and my friends say they never saw Government Printing Office, Washington, D, C. Our Treatise on Blood and Skin Diseases mailed free to any address. SWIFT 'SPECIFIC CO., Atlanta. Ba. pippwilto Barte's hotel. CtrroU, low*. 8BBA8TIAN WAIX DMUf U Boots and Shoes. if: I law <• kan« a «uu aM UUIIE8' AW BMW 8MOB i . ONE HORSE POWBB ELECTKIC MOTOB. that would be necessary to moke tbe connections to the current which would be carried from the trolley wire in tho public road to the various buildings located about tbe farm. As to obtaining the current to oper-i ate this motor and tho appliances in tbe ARUANGEMENT OF THE BINS. •hut down. The inside of the building was .lined with matched boards, and the windows were protected by wire gauze. Between the walls and the lining girts s tious hero ehowu were originally photographed for Tbe Electrical World. for one to get into the apace between the outer and the inner walls. To avoid dampness, and as a further protection against vermin, tbe inside waa lined Q and u A ^ d y h of u b j t oaob d f inK the min> tolpqd to the ba g sof grain by means of a «» « (flesh or fall off, as tbe case may >*>, »•» amount of food given them should bo 'regulated accordingly. Feeding on tho free and easy plan is poor economy, and will in the end ruin the laying qualities of any flock, for it will Induce disease, aud tbe very first symptom of disease in flock IB the decrease of egg produo- reedlnK Poultry. I One who pays any attention to the! matter will soon learn about how much, tbe flock will eat and not be hungry, i This may be told by paying some utten-! tiou to tho condition of the fowls as to' fleeh. They should not fool fat when , (picked up, bu^shonld be nioely^lnrnp j ^ of ^^ ^^ ^ l fomid i this quite suflioiuiit for a email granary, as u bag of grain could be raised from ' a wagon by one* umu quite easily. I used this granary for teu yearn and n<mir found a mouse or rat or trace of oue in it. Tho Bizo WUB »« by 84 foot. Tlw lower pouts wero eight feet high mid tho granary tbe mono inside. The eiwoa wore all boxed in uud protected by tbe ABUSE THE FBANEING PRIVILEGE Member* of Cong-reM Send Printed Matter That U Not In The GoBBreulouBl Beo- ord—Sear etmrj Herbert Commemla Ad- •nlral Oherardl For His Gallant Serrloet. Consul Report* •• the New Tariff L»w, WASHINGTON, Nov. 18.—The revenue •f the postofflce department for th« ynnr ending June liU, 1894, shows a falling off, while the expenditure* (have increased. The deficiency for the fiscal year of 1803 was 15,0^8,703, while th« deficiency for 1694 is |M,a48,9flU. Tb« decrease of receipts was f8lfl,4l4, and th/» increase of expenditures tB,a50,4U». The total ex penditures for 1864 is 184,844,414, and receipt* $70,080.479. The departmont suffered losses amounting to |6g,(jfe3 by outstanding bad debts and compromises with debtors. The difference will be made up by appropriations, Borne of the facts regarding the stamps ieswd, taken from tbe report of the third assist ant postmaster general, are interesting. There were isdum! during the. time the order waa in force ».OH,3K3,lOO Columbian stamps; of these l,4U4,QM8,7Qi> wen U-cent stsrops and «*J>,W5,t>50 l-ci"ut Stamps. The use of Columbian stamps tecessitated a change in the color of tb» ipeoial duhveiy stamps, as there was a jroAt deal of couiualon over tne similarity frF^jyyss: J< K ' tan ° 4 papw waer plenty, but nottooiauqh, Tuts is smut-1 ter that *»vpry largely neglected uyj 'farmers and all who do not pay partiou-1 lar attention to their poultry.—Farm ' Wluttirlug lleoii In the C«U»r, Iu plaoiDg my bco» in the collar I prefer to give each hive some slight vou tilation ut the top by raising tho o< Wttb Oata, the UUooiH itntlon experiments tbo boxiug. Tlioro wore uo pornmiiontsteps, but looHUKti/pH woro got up when wnutod aud tukuu down aud stored iu tue lower part or in as u Httleguurd agttlust two vormlu, the thioknoes of u sixponny wire imil, tweroooHtintied f«r a enooessiou of years to determine) >. The best quantity ot ieod per acre. 8, Tiuieof eowiug. Q. - - ^owJPir. 4. Kff.00t «tf ttmeimd' teiiio^'open'thueiitlM width of the, lilvo. mauner o« Uftrvosttng npon mUiMjS NOCI^B, snumwr orvriuter, nv« u«,.l chemical oowpoaitiou, The resulte 1» i m H , )owt JU , )ivo8) w j UttVO no U8e general HUN and we in tovar all J. , t u , rh tou , UWBtuyo rwiglNI iM Sowing »X h lnubf4ii per awe, 8. Jw-j^ Ol ,iiurfro«» 40 to 00 dcgro,*, bat i)t e about the tat ot Apil. 8. PlwtJtifc' i v ^ a l had bettw ftdd t i, at tho nir i» ouo inob aoen, 4. Hwyesttug Wot* ^^ ^ nnf , , re e from uu tue living rooma of bo. Tlioro uro three windows to uiy Inr, aud those uro left open tho BUWUIW ana cloned only just prior (9 tbo date the bees are wrrled In. My hivos white in *J)e oaUwr occupy ,, bat Uttlo rooiu, AJ thpy ate orrungoa in, 1 tie™, flro coiuulei la «gdb M«Ti w )d ' f'^tti it hf I ^ thoyoughly in tho t*w»tU ing. ^ _ A your ago English terwow wayuriwlUug off wore Wid HERBERT'S LETTER TO QHERARDI. The Secretary CoinmeD.U th* Admiral For Hi* Gallant Services. WASHINGTON, Nov. 12. — Secretary Herbert sent the following letter to Admiral Gherardi: 'It is with regret that the department issued the order made necessary under the law retiring you from active gervico in tha navy. Your gallant service whoa in command of the Port Royal at Mobile attracted tbe commendation of your •upnriors and thf> admiration of the whole country. Your 85 yean service at sea have caused yon to be known ai a "seagoing" sailor and your four yean and more as OR admiral in command ol a squadron is without precedent in the navy. In command of the international naval revinw fleet you bad nndei your control, ship* representing more nations than were ever actually commanded by any admiral in the world and the manner in which yon discharged the duties devolving upon you called forth the praiw of the oom> mantling officers of .every vewel in the fleet. The 'Loving cup' preMnted by them all as a joint testimonial of theii ••teem was a tribute, tbe v«ln« of which cannot be over eatimated. During my long acquaintance with you, during a period of yean, our intercourse hM been pleasant and aggreeabU and now as out business relations are about to be severed by yoi.r nstirdineut, I bag to express iny appreciation of your valuable *ervicea which tiavo deeerved th» gratitude of your country aud to add to this an expression of my high personal regard." * Consul ItepprU a* Hew Tariff. WAP'UNOTON, Nov it.—The ttatiitl- oal bureau of the department of state has puWi«hetl a set of advance sheets of ooninlar reports embodying report* from Unit ><1 Btnto? cnnsuls upon theoporattw* of the new tariff act, so far ai they hav« boou niauilflsteU.,There an. museum which will commemorate the success of that enterprise, one of the most valuable collections of relic* of the Napoleonic dynasty that the world, possesses. The collection Is the resuls of a half century's work on the part of the enthusiastic lovers of the antique and it now on exhibition at Tiffany's in thii city. The collection consists of over MOO medals, jetons and coins in gold, silver, bronze and copper and memorolizet tlu leading events of the Napoleonic period*. Among tbe curios received by Mr. DeYoung for the museum is part oi the famous collections of Aleeandro Oas- tollani, which ww sold at the Hotel Druot, Paris in 1884. These art treas- urea will be shipped to Ban Franolsco in a, few days. . .. CHIEF BRANDEL IS STABBED. •hoot* «t a Snuplclon. Character and ••• eelvei a Very Ugly Wannd In Befara. COLUMBDS, Nab., Nov. 12.—Chief ol Police Carl Orandel, while arresting a man was seriously etrtbbad • in the left Bide, The man was running away and refused to stop when commanded to, bni was finally caught, after being ahol through the arm, He gave his name and address as Alf Hunchman, Henderson, la., and also said he was on hia way to the west with a bunting party, which was made up in Fnllerton, Neb., and which had a car standing in the yards awaiting to be forwarded. • . Celebrated Dnath of Anarohliiti. CHICAGO, Nov. 1^.—Twelve hundred people were present at'WaldUeim came- tery Sunday to celebrate tbe deaths of the six anarchist'; executed for participating in the Hay Market riot. H«rr Moat's presence hud the effect of keeping away the more conservative of the socialists. Grief and PieMna were th« only old timers there. ; T. P. Qninn of New York made a short speech, during which he said tho occHsion was being celebrated all over the world. When Herr Most was introduced he was received with chours arid cries of approval. gcnatorlnl Boom Fur liob tluooln. CHICAGO, Nov. ia.—The Times sayr. At the proper tiruu And at the proper place a senatorial boom will b» started for "Bob"'Lincoln, which, by thoM interested in the proposed coup d'etat, ii expected to land j;be son of Abraham Lincoln in the United States senate at the successor .of S;;iv;t from the Great Bttflteh wool •inter, from Sheffield, the cutlery depot; front of stump) northern Mexico, whence hidw and live A review ot the traasf . printing from the America.. Bank Noto stock cooves; from MarMllles, th» great to the bureau of engrMng i« exporting city of French finery; from made and it is dooUred, that uutwlth-1 Glasgow and from 'Oolumbi", th» lattoi " ' partioulurly Jntwesting, as showing the failure of our retaliatory .policy. All of the reports doplot the great depression existing at tha sea ports onder th'» Mo- Kinley law an^ the stimulation of trad* consequent upon the pusaugo of the new tariff uot. : Ihu complHlntv inado of uhorauter of tho stumps issued by tl> ' bureau, it has been successful and that' thero will ha a Having to the government of |849,?ut for one year and |i,UB,l.'itl [or luur yi-uia. It is now cluiwud ut i»' departiuuui tiiut tbt» fanlU in tli<* ««" •tttinpa uouipluined of will be nmu»dU4 and the nnw Uinawill be #» good fwthow furni«h(«l by ttw Ameri<wn Baulr, Note mutpuny, <]rl(lnli«s tli* Ac* «f fair 10, »*•«• The third aisietant po»tnia«tor gonorn! tuii*'* tUo not of July 14. t8Pi, whinh allowed itdmitwlpu to the uittiU at) tieouud mutter imblluntiou* of btme'voleiu and ulmrituble twsoolatioai, mostly •eoret bnvt«ty puh!ioatlon», H« "ft)' 11 ' that M>nc'» tlnit net 46 publications hereto I iuivi) beau adwlttwd to tho J m»ila, wlumi) •inniiul oggreyata olruul't- tion U ubotn 0,t(W,000 oople*. The t*ti- rnated wi.-itflit of tl)U matter U uboiu t»*0,DOii pounds. He »ayii "Ma»y of these publiuation,» are pur«lr advortlaiiiK •beetn or oircnUrs, but M tney oonfurm |0 the law tboy uauuot ba sxolud-ia," There hu» bwin a i ul'tag ott in rogh- fared luttum during the yuur IW-i of ||lD,t>iM) thu total plsoe* neutered ,$utouutiuK to 15,000,664, There h«uii 5,ti!iO coijipluintji of (met of r«- kl#leml piitilui^K J.u»t during tbo yeur, whlvli *,VOi> wufu |uvwiUg»t«J by tht> ' 1,057 M? itUl P»t- Wilton to I»«tur*, < WASHINOTON, Kov, iU.-^)Ualjm«n W. It. WiUon titopiHid over in WwUlugtoo Sunday aud then l«lt tor N«w Euglwd, nuero he dellvew tbw» Iwtum, B« 4eni«d » publinb<4 report that; ho w«i to anoooad Atturnoy Oenfrei Qln»y In tUe oabiuet, "Nothing ttiw b»ea 8»ldtonn on tUe anbjeut, nor ii it Ukeiy Uw» will be, for Mr. Oluey IB a better Attorney geuucul tUuu I Nov. )9.— Th» QI\M oi the Toxoii Fuoitto Wtiilway agtlliut tho iutw»t4»t» ooroin»roa Aon, involving A quwtlon u( yutwi, whiuu wtw on tu« oaiDUdar for Out 16, but w«» rouutiauwi for tuiuy ou tU« s Out of Sight- Put » little of U out of «lght jroonKlf , «ad DM h^W good It fa, It'» LORILLARD'8 AT- OUU STOCK wu wiwi awo. — Uullabtlon My ».» VOUK. Nov, J«. 7 '-M.

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