The Carroll Sentinel from Carroll, Iowa on November 16, 1894 · Page 7
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The Carroll Sentinel from Carroll, Iowa · Page 7

Carroll, Iowa
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Friday, November 16, 1894
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DAILY A»b WMtHLV. ALL HOME PRINT. ta» BBNtiirat is the otiif newspaper In Car>roll coutttr that It printed all at hdme and It con- aln» note local and count) news than an» other two papers ID this oountr. HowFRg ft ooLoto, Props. FBIDAV, NOVEMBER 16, 1894. " PEOPLE KND EVENTS. Rubbers at Moore's. Overshoes at Moore's. Ladies! overshoes at Moore's. Children's overshoes at Moore's. Gentlemen's overshoes at Moore's. Wait for Mrs. Bhartle's special sale. Bagster's bibles for sale cheap at the Palace drug store. A six room house for rant. J. E. GRIFFITH. You can get fine repairing done at Moore's shoe store. Martin & Clovls have Ice skates for tale at from IScts to |1.25 per pair. Sweet Chimes, the new perfume. Sample bottle free, at the Palace drug. store. When you want first class fruits of any kind, call at Bchachtner & Egan's cash .grocery. The Clio Club will meet at Mrs. Macomber's tomorrow afternoon at three o'clock. Furnished room and unfurnished room for rent down town. Inquire at BBNTI- NHL office. Bed rock prices on flour and groceries at H. T. Daniels'. Main street, opposite court house. Wbjrdoiou «ufler from jia bad;'cough when Mann's Cough Cure will cnre you at once. Pal .tee Drug Store. Robes and blanket* are cheaper than •ver. Do not fait to get prices of L. T. Anderson,- ' Try a sack of Crosby's beet flour, for sale by Scliachtner & Egan's grocery, and .be convinced of its superiority. .For rent,—two dwelling houses,'one located on north side and the other on •the south side. Qeo, W. Bowen. E. M. Funk, of the Manning Monitor, was a pleasant caller at this office yesterday. Be was in the city on • legal buei- .nesa. , . ; : •>.-••: Mrs. H. E. Beach and baby returned Ibis morning from Illinois' where they have been visiting for some Weeks. ' Mann's Cough Cure and Mann's. Allgator tlnl- inent are guaranteed remedies' and will pure everj time. I'or sale at Palace Drue Store. Do' Dot forget that you oau get needles and repairs for any sewing machine made at L. T. Anderson's store. Tbe will be a grand ball at the opera house in Oliddeu Thanksgiving night, Thursday, Nov. 29. Good mnsia. H. T. Daniels, the cash groceryman, . 'opposite the court house, second door isouth of the corner of Sixth street. •Dick McNeil has returned from a trip to Nebraska. Ho says hie large herd of cattle near Long Pine is doing nicely. Two cottages on north side for sale /cheap on easy payments or will rent for ••97.00 per month. Inquire of V. Hin • <ricbs. Be?. J. K Nelspu will lead, the services uttho V. M. C. A. room* this evening. Subject, "Weighed, but not .found Wanting. J. J. Wieland and little Bessie left for AQmaha this forenoon to remain over Sunday with Miss Anna Wieland who IB liv- ung in the city. ' Mann'* Alligator Liniment ti tbe mott p«ne- 'Crating medicine in UM>, and Mill oura any ailment where au external remedy U needed. Vor «a|e at Palace Drug Store. The large eating bouse at Missouri Val ley belonging to the C. & HI W. railway was completely destroyed by fire luet 'Wednesday afternoon. The QtiruiaulH society will give a Thanksgiving ball at the now opera Louie Thanksgiving evening, Nov. 99. A georeal invitation l%ejctended to »I1. We would suggest to those papers that are still running tbe People'* narlv platform that it is fearfully dry reading to a large per cent of the people of this .state. ' Mrs. Bhadlo will offer special bargains V> her customers Friday and Saturday of this week and Monday and Tuesday of next. Call and gel her prices before purchasing. Dr. Woodburn, the eye tod ear ipe- clallst, from Des Moines, will be at the ornco of Dr. Kelley Filday, Nov. 98, to treat inv wha may desire, or fit glasws for those who need then. Mrs. W. L. Culborlion U enjoying a visit from her aunt, Mrs. Uarrett of Oklahoma. She U 80 yeart old and it •• strong aud healthy ai most women of |eai than half her years, That joyful feeling with tbe e«hllar»t- nig(M»wu of renewed health aud strength and Internal oleaullue«», which follow* tlmusuof Syrup of Klgs, Is unknown to Hie few who have not progressed beyond the old tlni" UMMlUiliuMi and the cheap substitutes BoiuttUuiWi altered hut uever a* e«i>t«d by the well Informed. . H. T. D-iuloli, the leading grooervwan, hai moved lolo tUe KurUu»li building opposite court home, lie now ha* a flute large room better nulled to kit growing U«de. Mr. Dauloln is building up « splendid trade by hii houest dealing and )ow price*. Cull aud «eo hlw in hit new location.' Cold and chilly dayi «re hard ou any once's health, Protect yourselves withuicu comfortable underwear uod you will not be o«po«j(| to the change of the weather, thereby secure and keep yotlf health. Health Is wealth; It takes but little Wealth now to procure a nice set of underwent. Bee the announcement of Mosfti B«6s. The lawa Btato Teachers' association will convene at De» Moines, Dec. 26, 87 and 28. A« a queer incentive to attend, three prizes. |36,115 and |10 are offered the counties ptyiug tbe most mileage to and from the convention. This leti Greene but. We are too neat to compete. What kind of a hand could We hold against Lyon or Allsmakee delegates. Thli kingdom will be represented .just the same.—Jefferson Bee. *ienr< Wilson, the postmaster at W«l*h- ton,!Florida, says he cured a case of diaries „, .ting standing in six hours, with one small bottle of Chamberlain's colic, cholera and diarrhoea (remedy. tfnat a pleasant surprise that must have been to the sufferer. Such cures are not unusual with this remedy. In many Instances only one or two doses are required to give permanent relief. It can .always be depended upon. When reduced with water U is pleasant to take. For sale by J. W. Uatton, druggist. The complaint made by the grand jury against the jail was Intended for the city jail and not the county jail, for everyone knows that the county jail it) kept in the best possible conditilion. Sheriff Jeffrey looks veil after the jail and no grounds for. complaint could be found. The jury in submitting its re port made the error in not stating the city jail, which, as we understood, has been condemned; and rightly, too, for it was a disgrace to confine anyone in such a place. W. A. McGuIre, a well known citizen of McKay, Ohio, Is on tbe opinion that there Is nothing as good for children troubled with colds .or croup as Chamberlain's cough remedy. He has used in his family for several years witli the best results aud always keeps a bottle of it In the house. After having la grippe be was himself troubled with a severe cough. He used other remedies without benefit and then concluded to try the children's medicine and to his delight it soon effected a permanent cure. 25 and, 60 cent bottles for sale by J. W. Hatton,druggist. OBITUABT. The following biographical sketch and funeral notice of Mrs. D. O. Wilbur, sister of J. L. Miner of this city, was •taken from Wednesday's Marsballtown Times-Republican: Mrs. Lottie V. IRIbur, wife of D. C. Wilbur, tlit) well known Main street tur uiture dealer, departed tills life Tuesday, the 13th inst., at 1:80 p. m., aged 48 years, 8 mouths and 5 days. Sue was the only daughter of the late P.S. Min«r, of Kius- man.Ohlo, where she was born Aug. 8, 1848, tbe second of a family of six soon and one daughter. She wax man led to 1). C. Wilbur, Jan. 18,1870, iho isbue of which was three sous.only one of whom, Freddie, is now living, »ned 12 years. To him she has been a devoted mother, as also to a daughter of. her brother, William Miner, named Eva. whom she adopted when n babe0 months old, now aged 7 years. The body will be ou viuw at the family residence, No. 7 youth Sixth struct, from 2 to 6 o'clock tomorrow, (Thursday), when all friends will be privileged to call for a last leave. The funeral will occur Friday morning at 9o'clock from the residence, nt which the Immediate relatives and the most Intimate friends and neigh' bora will he present. The pall bearers will be Augustus, Clement, IFilllam, Fayette, John Miner and Curtis Wilbur, Mr. and Mrs. tPllbnr's own brothers, and the funeral will be conducted by tho Revs. Gale and Henderson, tbe latter being a former paitor and friend. I1OO Reward, $1OO. Th« readers of thin paper will be pleased to Ifarn that tnere I? at lean one dreaded ' diieai that •cleaofl U.i-i bjeii »ble to cure lit nil Its tUme andtbatlioaturrb. Hall's catarrh cure It the only positive cure now known to tbe medic* fraternity. Catarrb being a oouitltutlonal UU •ate, require* a oonnttlutional treatment. Uall'n catarrh cure U token Internally, acting dlrocll; upon the blood and muooiu surface* of tho *j» tern, thereby dMlroylmc the foundation of tbe <ll»««*0, and giving the patient itrenilb u, inlldiuKUV tb« oonitltutlon and auiiUuR na tare In doing It* work. The proprietors uav 10 inuoli faith In It* vuratlve power*, that the alter one bundrort dollar* for any ewe that I alln to oura. Send for lUt of teMluionlal*. Address V. J. OBKNKY A CO., Toledo, 0. Hr-dold by drvMUt«u, 7lto _ DlBTHICT OoDttT. Bo far this week the court bu an eioeptionally fine record. The of V, Uiuriohs vs, Bproul ft Dnooan, in which W. R. Le« appeared for the plaintiff and Q. W. Bowen for tbe defendant, hu btw diipoMd of, Action WM brought by the plaiutiff to teouver damage* ou • gnarauU* on • buggy. Tb* jury returned • verdiot for tbe de- feodaut. Hwry Prill vs. MiohMl Heu|on and Beotou, W. R. LM appearing for plaintiff and F. U. Pow*ra for defendant. Verdict for Henry Prill for 1140 against Michael Hauton to atoara b»lauo» due on rant. Onris. Lauton n. Q*o. B, Patara at al., Q. W. Boweu for plaintiff and F. II Powers for dsfandant. Lauton brought action for wages doa him from Patera tor work on farm. Lauton aat up in bis petition that »be farm belonged to Datlsf Haggeand whan he rafnaad to work longer for Peters, HfrgH* told him lo is turn to work and be would ate tbat he got hia wagat. The Jury raturoad verdict for Lantou tor 1100 against M. SttfVDLB'S A, W, gvwd*r vs, Sheriff Jeffrey, F. N. Powws for plaintiff tud 0. W Bowan for d«f*u4«ut. Aolioa broogbt lo teoovor a hor«e sold under au wilb other properly. FiitintUI Mt up rlf bt lo recover the value of |Ue borw ouder tbe «empllon. After haariug tbe evideooa, 09 uiolion pf deteudaut'a attorney the judge iostruol 04 Ibe jury lo return • verdiot tor SPECIAL SALE FRIDAY SATURDAY MONDAV nuts tli'it, BiwajK sell at $4.00 will go ut $2.QO 4-00 6.00 SeuLloir'S eit. BOo Hat* thnt sold at $6.00 now go for llntt thnt usual!)- sell at iO.OU will «« »t John Richmann and -Tames Lovelctte plead guilty to the charge of burglarizing jWiller & Reimer'g store at Manning- sentence has not at yet been passed. The last trial case by jury was called this morning, it being W. H Hallenbeck & Son, vs. E. & W. Qnrat. Q. W. Bowen appeared as counsel for plaintiff* and H. W. Macomber for defendants. Action is brought to recover for an invoice of goods shipped to defendants who seigip that the goods were not shipped wnen ordered and that the plaintiffs was to prepay freight which they refuted to do. The case is being honrd this afternoon. GUANO JDBT. The grand jury after' being in session over two weeks adjourned at noon Wednesday. The following bilh were found: One against Polk Riohmnno for burglary at Manning; Frank Lavalette, for burglary at Manning. Sam Dilliugham, for assault npon Hook Hunter at Manning; Ales Onegel for assault upon Iren Onegel, and also one against him for aesanlt upon . Mary Ohm. His bonds were placed at 86,000 on tbe first oonrt and at $1,000 on the second. All of tbe above are in tbe oonnty jail, having been bound over to tbe grand jury. Marvelous Results. Krom a letter written by Rev. J. Guadennan ot DlmondKle, Mloli-.weare permitted to make this extract; "I bave no hesitation In recommending Dr. King's New Discovery, as the results were almost marvelous In the oasa ot my wife. While I was pastor ot the Baptist church at Btver Junction she was brought down with Pneumonia succeeding La Grippe. Terrible paroxysms ot coughing would last hours with little In- ter.uptlon and It seemed as It she could not survive tliem. A friend recommended Dr. King's New DlacDverr; It was quick In IU work atid highly satisfactory In results." Trial bottles tree ntJ. W. nation's drug store. Regular size HXi and |1. CORRESPONDENCE. (Correspondent*, to Insure the publication ot their letters In tbe weekly, must mall them so they will reauli ourolOca Wednesday. J TKHPLKTON ITBMS. Corn busking ie over. A young daughter is making ite home with V. O. Schwaller. Tbe entire Democratic ticket was elected in Eden township. Rev. Father Sobulte was at Willey laat week, Rev. Oebliog being absent. Miss Wolte aud Mies Horn b'ave re- oaived n large atook ot millinery goods for holiday trade. Mr. Oeiger left for Okloboma laet week to be absent until after New Year's. Oar city is in need of a jeweler. John Waldermann left for Foodu, wbere ha will ruu a wholesale liquor boos*. Jos. Kloote and his sister Teresa visited with their nnole near Roee'la last Monday and Tuesday. Joa went to Carroll to mill. Jno. Heitb took twanty.fonr ehoata to the Dedbam market whara be received a good price tor them. Moat of tbe farmers in this locality have their fodder in their barns. Mr. Bookman of th« Willey oreamery is now hauling on this route. Hal bal we bav* a correspondent from Mt. Oarmel now. Stick to us F. and be one of tbe family. GLAUS. was seriously hurt bat we hope he will soon be well B«uiu. BA6T LIBERTY AND BCOK BUM. John ninkley Is drilling a well for Christ Smith. L. A. Jennings has had a well drilled. Uol>bs & Hammond did thu work. Mrs. Keeler ia slightly better. Mr. Keelordoes not Irtiprovo as yet. Kev. A. M. El.liott began revival services at the East Liberty church on the even- • ing of the IHh. Quarterly meeting at East Liberty, on tlieuvuuiugof the 24th aud morning of tliu25th. Rev. E. M. Holmes, presiding ' elder, will officiate. Thu winter term of tbe Buck Kun noliool will commence ou the 19th. Miss Graham teacher. Election passed off quietly, Robert McConnell was elected township clerk, jay iral bridge trustee, Fred Kroeger assessor, L. A. Jennings justice of the peace, and James Bruce constable. Nov. 12. si. Jl UNION TOWNSHIP. Everything Is quiet since the election. J. Churchill has about one hundred bushels of apples yet. Kd. D<wicUuu had built a new addition to his residence. < Mr. Ueroud is still at work on a well for air. Elliott. Protracted meeting will commence at thu Krieud's church one week from next Sunday. Miss Emma Zavitz sewed for Jfrs. Krunk Harris Jual woek. Koss Uollitluy taught school for Mr. Harris on election day. Mr. Stevu CrUtomlen will commence school at No. 2 next Monday we understand. Must of the turktiya are being sold out of these parts. Mr. auil Mrs. Downing visited in these parts last Thursday. Mrs. Frank Harris expects to visit relatives in Nebraska soon. 01 r. Curisty Ims had a well dug and wind mill put up lately. Miss Ida Grltuui went east Saturday to see friends. ' I. Harris is in Nebraska visiting with his sons. Mr. aud Jfrs. Crawford visited with Mr. Jf. ElKotl last buruUy.. defendant for the return of tbe horse, ae It had b*M repleviu«l, or for it* value. Court WM occupied Wednesday and ind yesterday hearing the OHIO of B. A. Uovt vs. 8t. P«ul & KuufMi Oily Grain company, J. 1. Hale «ud Hoiooe Joliu- •on. Heigh & U°yt ftppoarud «» oouniel for plklulll! aud J, |>, Ooutior for the d«fjud»uu. ti«o, W- Boweu for ItoBooe Johuion. Action «at brought to »ocure paymeut for grain rulsuil ou a to plaintiff, which * I lo the ilufoiuluul by iho for which BuUI plaintiff aouky to recover TUo Jury returnml a vurillut uguinit the KunsttsOlty tirolu com puny uiul lu favor of Uo8uot)|JoUiim>n for I1W.54. UuoUuutiu Connor uppeurod In court thin luoruiug uuil pluuil uuiltv to tho crluiu of forgery ua clmrgod lu (ho lu- diciuiou?, but «» ull thu uoiou lm had f>>rgod had bueu pultl uuil ull ibu ueiU Hutllud, lltu vuntunou was sunpuudud dur- iug good buhuvior. MT. OAHUKIj. Winter gave us a call this waak. Dave Betleumeier ot Carroll, was a visitor lust Friday. Thomas Connor has raised his windmill. U. Julioli and sister left for Charter Oak last Monday for a short visit. John aud Hattie Qoaoka spent lut Buuday at Breda. Miss Itetteuuoier, of Carroll, was a pleasant oaller at our burg last Sunday. Frttrk Jauoiug WIMI at Grant City on a business trip lust Uouday. A small party met at tbe home ot Juliuuy Heiiu iu BuerliUn township the other evening. AU enjoyed a good time. Albert Ueyliog is dehorning oattle ou tbe UMW plau; that is, with clippers. Hia work is giving good eatiafaotion. Tbe farmers «bout here ur« all busy luullug iu their ooru fodder. A uad aooideut oooarad at tbj home of Mai Weber lust week caused by a team rnauiug away. His oldaat apu PLEASANT UILL. Rev. NeUon at No. 8 next Sunday at a p. m. ' J. U. Willey dehorned cattle for- A. Bt'dforii list week, lie Is an expert with thu saw. jumes Willey shipped several car loads of cattle to Chicago last week. Mr. Prussnel, of Scranton, is teaching thu winter school iu llis Cor bin district. Our township did not loom up very conspicuous in Uin doliuqumii tax list. John lUuusm.ui, of thu Valley, shipped ttuoul aUty huutl of fat hogs last wook.J E. Join's and U C. Uuncdlct.of Uarroll- 1011, ure on u luiid deal with only.SHOO iu the way ot a tratusfur. U. IK., ol GlUldou, we ara told,is About ready lo make a town well in Carrolltou. Mr. Hint v 'rs. Clnrk uro visiting with their lUugluor, Mrs. M. Conner, over in Union (owusliip. Un« of C. A. Kailoy's llttlo boys had ona of his ituUk'b dlt,l.iui-ted Monday last. Or. ilawvur utleudfd him. K. M. Uaybuck und wifo visited lait Sunday with 6. llollur south of Coon Itapidh. U'u luaru that S. 1'lper, of Morton, Neb. lu vliiltiug rolatlveti lu Uu» iooallly al present. Miss Dowoy Itasom will begin K four mouths' term of school next Monday at tha Cmitoi, Wo li-iirn tluit Mr. 1*. Larson's good humor U occasioned by a line son, having put In nu u|>)>rariiuiHt lust wtok. Ui'coiit mivluuH uiu that U. U. Loster la now sojourlni: tu soutlmru Nebraska and umy wluiur ihoiu. 8. A. JMvU writes from IFaahlugloa tlmt hu will probably sturt tur homo uftof 'lluukbulvlng, bul Ito will rtnuKlu lUoro to bu<> tli» circular saw start lu the big saw* mill lio hus but-ii building. \Vo li'srn thin tin'iH-xi <iuartorly uuwt* tug of tlu> U. II. church will oouvone Nov. 81 anil itt at IUI»iou, no proveutlug provlilouou. H'e sadly ri-grut to uutu tlio duatU Q| (leu. Stu.oll)i.'rKi'r,ur Willoy, laat Vr)d»y« DicoiiM'd Ivuvvs u wlfu and two ehlldrea lo imiurii Ihxir uulluioly lu«». Thtf'ruiuplikrti tu Ciurulllou huvtt r»> inoviui tholr pturuplioru»U» and goat to a loom iu Iho iiurthoaat piklt of lowu. ll'u lumu ihtkt A. liuUfura ol tli« Y alloy ospvoU tobbip »uvoml car* of cattle next wcvU.uiidUj tho luokaofhU stock he'll bo apt to have uiouey euough to buy t tied, Sis,:-

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