The Carroll Sentinel from Carroll, Iowa on November 30, 1894 · Page 6
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The Carroll Sentinel from Carroll, Iowa · Page 6

Carroll, Iowa
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^ teatt AND WEEKLY. By POWEUS A COLCLO. SUBSCRIPTIONS. dingle copr, anraddress, per year ....$2 00 If paid In advance 1 50 TBft SKNTINKL IB a Btralght-out LotuoctatU ewspaper working for the advancement of the tereatR of the cause In Northwestern low». ADVERTISING. the circulation of THK SBNTINIL exceeds that It »n> paper on the C. & N. W. Railway went ot tfanbuUtonn. Our lists are open to any advertiser. We have good lists in every town on nil branch roads, lists reaching the best farmers tnd business men in every community. Rates on til classes ot advertising reasonable. Schedule it rates Inrnlshed on application to the office. Correspondence desired on all topics of general interest. Be brlel, mite proper names plainly, «id hate your letter reach us early as Wednes- MyeTftnlng. Address, THE SENTINEL, i • • Carroll. Iowa. Entere at the Carroll, Iowa, postofflce, as se and class matter. Published weekly. FBIDAT, NOVEMBER 30, 1894. [See preceding page tor late telegraphic news.] Congress will meet next Monday for the short session. It will clone on tha fourth of March. S The Democrats have a few months yet remaining in which they will remain ID power. It they have any special legislation to enact it will be a good idea for them to get together before it is too late', 'for the next congress will be intensely Republican. The Republicans ot Nebraska have decided not to contest the eeatot Governor- elect Hoaloomb and will .permit him to retain peaceable possession of the office , to which he watf elected by the voice ot the people. It is hard to convince a Republican this year that his party is not entitled to all the Offices. Among other recommendations made by Postmaster General Bissell in his an /• A'S • ' '• ,; '• ' ' • nusl report is one for a revision of tbe /rates on second class matter. These rates- unquestionably need revision. Among other things, the pound jrate on sample copies should be abolished. There are numberless so-called periodicals in tbe country that flood the mails with samples, merely tor tbe sake of saying t > advertisers, "a million a week," and thereby securing business to tie ; detriment ot legitimate newspapers. :;.•••• Byron Webster, of tbe Marahnlltown Statesman, has sold bis interest in that paper to bis partner, Obas. J Burkart. , Mr. Webster is a terse and vigorns writer, who is well known throughout {be state, having been internal revenue collector Bt Dubuqne under Cleveland's first administration, and he will be greatly missed by tbe Iowa press. Tbe Statesman will, however, without doubt, maintain its established reputation as an .able and earnest supporter of Democratic principles under the sole control ot Mr. Barkart. He has been business manager of the paper since its inception and we are well 'enough acquainted with bis methods to kno^ that big paper will remain in the front rank among the newt-papers of Iowa. From present indications the war between Obina and Japan will speedily draw to a close. Japan has proven her auperority over the Chinese and bee forced them by repeated victories to sue debt will recommend some radical changes iti our financial system, It he should, this with the appropriation bills wo aid consume the greater portion ot the time. From every indication bow the short session will not develop any new legislation of a partisan nature, nod what is J..-UO >• •'•!• "f tb.5 nppriiprinlioue will be of but little oonsequenre to the general public. China Says Quit. Gbinp. Ivs suetmrubed to tbe inevitable and has sued tor peace, and ber proposal will bo presented to Japan through the United States ministers at Fokiu and Tokio, thus promising a termination of the war as the result, in par at lenst, ot the exercise ot the good offices of the United States. It is not possible at this time to learn the terms of China's proposition, ' as handed to Minister Denby, but it is probable that it provides for but two concessions—a money indemnity and a reliquisbment of suzerainty over Oorea. It is improbable that tbe first tender will be acceptable to Japan, as such overtures rarely are, but this proposition will open the wt»y to a counter offer of terms by Japan through Minister Dun, and the negotiations, if successful and it they follow the usual course, will lead first 1 ' to a truce under a proper guarantee, ot a preliminary agreement to cease hostilities, and finally to the signature ot a definite treaty of peace. Just how this proposition was brought about is not known. It is probable, however, that as the matter is in the hands of tbe American ministers in China and Japan the visit ot Mr. D at ring, commissioner ot maritime customs at Tien Tsin, to Japan cannot be directly connected with the peace negotiations, as has been supposed. . lie Knows. Headlight. Complaining of the quality of postage stamps made at this time by the government, Late Young's Iowa Capital says: Possibly dread ot being licked bus even caused the government to make'a stamp that oan't be licked. But is a regular Democratic stamp, for it won't et<iy licked." Late knows whereof be speakp, CORRESPONDENCE. | Correspondents, to Insure the publication of their letters in tbe weekly, mast mall them so they Wilt reach our office Wednesday.] OAK Hltiti, Present—«—once more, We enjoyed a fine turkey Thursday. A literary has been oiganized et the Center school house; it Will take tbe place of the one formerly at the Heald school house.. O. Harris has returned from Ames where he has been attending school. Miss Down commenced the Oak Hill school Monday. Link Harris lost a couple ot flue hogs recently on an old horse, |one choking to death and the other getting fast inside and smothering. Mrs. Hodges went to Andnbon Tuesday ot last week. Sinoa last we wrote a fine girl has arrived at Alex Tuel's and a boy at Dell Vaughn's. A. Tnel is having the timber all grubbed off ot Oak Hill south of the road. Sam Parr and Longly Parker are out- ting timber for Mr. Harris. G. Davis, ot Oarrollton, has been threshing fodder in this vicinity the past week. Mr. Harris,who is visiting in Nebraska, will return about Christmas, We have been saying bard words (to ourselves) about our neighbors across the river for liot greasing their wagon, but we've taken it all back since the boys told us it was a measily old hound which made the unearthly noise. Tbe reason we have been absent from the circle hae been on account of tbe scarcity ot items. More than likely though if we bad tbe "brain power" and education our large minded friend immaginee he has we could inyent a tew items each week as he does and thus keep ihe public misinformed. I DBOliABE. It ia also gatherings from around our birthplace. Be a stayer F. GLAUS. PfcEASANT HILL. Fred Ribble came home this week to help with the fodder. ' Haryey Hay is clerking tor 0, A. Davis. Parties from Dedhnm took their stock out to the Waldon pasture this week, Bbrake&Bvrely threshed fodder last • * . .21 .. week tor John Hoffman. The music class taught by Prof. Lowery at tbe Pleasant Valley church had a favorably startoff. The Templars of Oarrollton have changed the time of meeting to Tuesday evening. Visitors will please N. B. A bran new boy is boarding at tbe home ot Mr. and Mrs. Geo. Dauncer since last week. Two new houses have been built at Willey and a foundation laid for another. O. A. Davis has gone to near Coon Rapids to thresh corn fodder. The Wiliey creamery shut down lust week after a very successful summer's work. County Supt. MoMabon was visiting the schools in our vicinity this week. We hope he Was identified this time. Revival meetings will begin at No. 8 December 2 and will continue as long as an interest is manifested. • The directors have bought a new heating aparatut nt the Center district and talk about a well. G. W. MoNftught is making a well in Carroliton, Ed Ooykendal is doing tbe work. On the Eubjeot ot Thanksgiving, we feel about the same as the editor except for tbe last meal, a few old clothes and some drift wood that came down last fall. SANTA. AuniTon's OFFICE. ) Oarrull, luwa, Nov. 27,1894.) Hoard met ffursuant to adjoitrnmunt. Members present, Win. Sexton, G. v. Glnh, it. IS. Dargiu, V. Hausniatiii and D. Mot-gab, I'etltlon ot H. Tendtfqr abatement of $550 Mulct tax on nccouiit of having goiiH outol' business eiihiHiip for liBariug, add upon hearing the evidence lu Hie matter the treasurer was instructed to tibnte the amount staked, provided that petitioner pay balance of tax charged njjatnat him and cost of tills action. Petition ot tteltman and asking thai the /Mulct tax charged' against them for tlielii'.mtli of June, be abated on ao count of other retail liquor dealers lu the county not paying'for said mouth. On motion thrt petition was rejected. Petition of A.. Brutsche asking that the assessment of $200 Mulct tax against lot 12, block 23, Milwaukee Laud Go's add. to Ooor Kapids, be cancelled on account ot the bwne'r'of said property having restrained the parties who weie conducting the retail liquor business on said property iroin farther using said property upon Which to conduct such business and that no liquor was sold or kept for sale on said property. Upon hearing the evidence of A. C. Steel?, Geo. Cretsinger and Ed. Dale in regard to this matter the petition was on motion rejected and treasurer instructed te collect, said tax, Petition of E. It. Wieland asking that all Mulct tax charged against lot 5, block 9, Manning, be abated on account of no liquor having been sold or kept for sale on said premises from the time said property- was listed for taxation. Upon hearing the evidence of J. J. IFieland, Frank Blair, H. Brunuier, Fred Miller and F. 11 Long it was ordered that the treasurer abate $80.60 of said tax upon condition that the balance of the tax and cost in this action be paid by petitioner. Treasurer was also instructed to abate $175.21 Mulct tax charged against lot 18, block 0, Manning, on coudiiiou that balance of the tax and cost of this action be paid by petitioner, J. Rubeck. ^Treasurer was also instructed to abate S4t!.70 Mulct tax charged against lots fl and 10, blnck 6, Manning, upon same coudl* tlons as above. Petition of V. 11. Steppuhti fdr abatement of »St.50 penalty on Mulct tax wan on motion rejected. Auditor was oft motion authorized to purchase 40 metallic document flies for auditor's office. On motion adjourned to fitst Monday 1ft January. W. P. llpiinACtt, Co. Auditor. Catarrh in the Head. Catarrh is nn infUmnmtlon of the mucous membranes, atidtiriay effect the head, throat, stcmnch, bowels or bladder, But catarrh of the head is the most common, often coming on so gradtiallyjthat it has a Arm hold before the nature of the trouble Is suspected. Catarrh is caused by a cold, or succession of colds, Combined with impure blood, ltd local symptoms are fullness and heat in the forehead, dry- the nose and hack part of the throat, anda disagreeable discharge from t^e nose. Vyhen v the disease Ruins a firm hold Htid becomes chronic, U is very dangerous, being liable to develop Into consumption. The e'yes become iuflamud and red, there is throbbing In the temples, ringing noises in the ears, headache, capricious appetite, and sometimes log-> of sense of smell -and hearing. Hood's Sarsaprilluls the remedy for this ever increasing malady. It attacks at once the source of the disease by purifying and enriching the blood, which, as it reaches the delicate passages of the mucous membranes, sooths and rebuilds tho tissue!!, giving them a tendency to health instead of disease, and ultimately curing the affection. At the same time Hood's Sarsaparilla builds up the whole system and makes one feel as if made anew. Carroll Market Report (or peace. China.will ho doubt have lo __ pay a heavy indemnity to Japan but «• j ot the j»rgo' cities live in, th/perfection Helick^l tbe Democracy ot Cuss count v whenever be saw fit for eighteen years, but in round nineteen it knocked him clear out of the ring. i • « Improved Healing Apparatus. The present wasteful, dirty, barbarous methods of house heating in tbe country and smaller' towns must go. Rational, comfortable and economic methods must take their place. Fred Grundy writes a letter in The Rural New Yorkor giving a wido round of experience on this subject. He thinks he has got at tbe bottom facts in tbe matter. One of the facts, tbe very basement and fubceUar of them all, so to speak, he finds to be that both tho manufacturers of Keating apparatus of all kinds or any kind and their agents will say anything whatsoever to make a Bale. Another fact ho learned in the course of bis sorrowful experience is that thousands of dollars are expended every year for absolutely worthless heating apparatus. A« to what heating apparatus ought to be it is not so easy to say as what it ought not to be. For boating a small one story house a large hard coal base burner is best, and next after this comes a medium sized soft coal stove, a heavy, cone shaped firebox surrounded by ail open iron easing, Mr. Gruudy says. But for an ordinary two story house, such as most people outside SIT. OABMEb. Tbe weather is greatly improved since last week. Farmers are still busy threshing cornstalks. Frank JVanErdewyk was at the Mound last Sunday. Mr. and Mrs. Sohoeppeer, of Templeton, Were visitors in this townahip last week. Peter Heiman and brother attended tbe wedding at tbe home of Mr. Klooke near Boselle last Wednesday. John Lecz south of Carroll was a pleasant visitor to this city last Sunday. . _ Henry Knobbe, of Breda, was a city visitor last Sundav. Beat wishes to Pleasant Hill pondent. corn well ber oouotry is a vast ooe sue will ex- perieDca bat little trouble iu raising tbe money, The people of ber government pay but a little t»x into tbe public treas- flry, but tbe taxes are collected by oftloere all over tbe country called Mandarins, and these bava robbed tbe people to an alarming extent and have become very wealthy. It ie now tbe in tentiou to "squeeze" these Mandarins and make them disgorge tbe necessary amount to psy the indemnity exacted by Japan, Tbe guod offers ot this government to act as mediator bas been accepted aud it will be largely thought the in- fiuenoe of Uncle Sam tbat peace will be restored. ft oorres- COKN-BO OATS-25C HOGS—»4.00 POTATOES—76 BUTTER—15 KGGS—16c CATTLE—$2.25 RYE-76 BARLEY—40 FX AX—$1.10 WHEAT-60 Next Monday congress will meet for the abort session. So tar but liMIe is •aid by tbe leading politicians as to what will be done during tbe term, Tbe Pemooratio leaders of tbe senate are of (be opinion tbnt uu effort will be made toosljup and pt^BitUe bills known as tbe "popguu bills," which were pajsad by the bouse during its oloeiog boars at the lust session, but they have little hopes for their bwomiug a law, Tariff in ull probability will not cut tnuob ot a figure iu the work ot tbe oow. tug BOBHiou. There will! also be an dffoi-t mucle \o til'i'ot some silver legielu- lutiou,but UluvtfhtiKi'u kuowa opposition to "free uoinit);>" will buve u diso'inrun jpg nlTeot, uud u« nearly ttll of tbe lead ere iu thin work were teleguted to the rear iu tho l"bl uluotiou, tbiatoo,»il buve u i]ifc)oouni|<liig (ffoot nud tbe i'" 1 Ipoli for tUu w|jltu iKftul it uo bettoi' tljix bjfUtt»a,(J (ttofUMi |»W»> of heaters is a hot water boiler and furnace, with a radiator in every room but tbe kitchen. OH the farm or in tbe small country house tliia method is fully as available as for tbe city hquse. All that is necessary in tbe way of water in tank upon tho roof or u pump that ,vill force the water into the boiler ov- ery day. T^bero is far loss labor and in- initely more comfort than there 'is in he old heathenish wuy of having a Iroplooa or stovfl in every room and filing tbo whole honao with dust and ashes and carrying dribs of fuel hero and ihere. One big flro takes lesa fuel thua tho -three or four small firoa and not a third of the labor. Mr. Gruudy particularly commends hot water beating for farm buildings. Ho nays the soft coal is the most economical fuel in this case. The hot water circulated from the boiler tiirouga pipes aud wlla of pipe in every room iu tbo UQUHO aud warms it like summer. The bent is not dry and liooreniiig like that from a furuavu or uttmm hoittor. For a country liouuu tho writer would not hiivo tho furiiuuo iu tho bagouioutor wllar, though tlw moat hoat could undoubtedly bo got out of it in that way. Ho would, have u funiaue vouui on u level with uud adjoining the kitchen. To boat tbo boiler ho wuuld liuve one or raoro utovoB, with uiili j;nu» luryi) enough. to hold the rouiuins of two days' firing. TliuHo ash puns cyuld bu easily tlruwtt out uud uiiuiliuil. Tho Rev. Dr. PiirUliurnt, who bogau tlw light Unit IIUH just ilnibliud the Tuui- uiuuy tiger, luw rutiuhwl tho pluuuulu uf lume, Ho l|i»» buuu done iu waxworks uud nut up for Bliow iu a muudum. • It doe» uot pay auybody iupublio life •iu uiitngouiea uew»ua»pr«|. Many u muu \.u» fouiid tliut out tg m oast, «a4 wore ' ' TEMPLBTON ITEMS. J. Waldman was at Carroll on business last Tuesday. H. A. Muller and wife were at, D*d- bam Sunday afternoon. Jos. Meyers was a Rosalie visitor Ibflt Sunday. T. Baten, of Viola Center, was in par city last week on business, as wae also Mr. Oomboy of Gray. B. Griuigan and Mifts Nellie Qleo, of Bayard, were united in marriage Wednesday. Many joyous days to them. It is an odd eight to aee farmer* hauling corn from our town elevators and cribs to use ou tbe farm. One day no lees;] than forty-five loads were taken out to tbe country. is tbe only place Carroll county corn oan ba bought and teams come from far and near for it. Price 52 cento. Mrs. O. Bierl drove ber twice divorced husband JOB. Fangman over the hi'li again this week. Tola it the fourth time •iooe they were divorced. We bop* be baa gone for good this time, Tbe Haneen boya of Dedham w*r« visitors to our burg last Sunday, M «l«o was MUa Myers «f BoMlle. A pleasant iuipriee party was giv«u by tbeyouug folM to Miw Curri* aud Mea«ra, Jo* auJ Louie Meyerc, At this will b« about (be lut for tbia |»ar Miey made tb* moit ot it. Wm, Liiud«rui«nn of Carroll gav* bi« old trieuds a cull Iwt Saturday and bis daughter Mary.who bas baeu liviug b»tt> for sonis time, ratorned borne witb bio>. Quite a number of porkers ure Iwiuf bought here lbf*a duys. Our buyers give tbe bigbwt wark»t price. W«d«M- day it woe »i.a?i, Juo. Waldarmaun bua l«(t ua tor good- He will opeu a wboleeule uud liijuor store at Foudu on )>eo.»rd, Wull F. brother of Mt.Ciirmul webope you will be iu it for good uow. It ofU)u bappene (bat youug mou ure in it only B little while; «ud Ibeii aouiu oue EAST liIBEBTY AND BOOK BUN. Beautiful autumn weather. Sfcoolman brothers are'threshing iu this vicinity. Leonard brothers are drilling a at tbe parsonage. Hobbs and Hammond have drilled a well on tbe Turner place. Rav. E. M. Holmes preached excellent sermons at East Liberty on Saturday evening and Sunday morning. Last week tbere was a chopping and hauling bee to furnish fuel for tbe East Liberty church. G. A. Wetter gave tbe wood. Henry Wetter has sold hie geared wind mill to Joseph Rodman, and has purchased an engine and will grind by eteam hereafter. Yesterday Byron Stoolman WHS taken seriously ill with symptoms of appoplexy. He was carried .home and medical aid quickly summoned. Last evening be was partially conscious but brain fever is feared.. Nov. 22. " JIM. WITH UcS! How Could il COKSIDERING THE ELEGANT STOCK WE SHOW AND THE LOW PRICES WE QUOTE? DO— YOU- KNOW THAT aud playa bin out- We are wore lb«I> glud to s«e uewn gutbured from arouud tbere iw wa b»ve quite tt uuuiber UNION TOWNSHIP. Rev. Uotts commenced meetings at the Friend'* church Huuday evening . Mr. Churchill purchased a new stove for the scliool house at No. 2. Mr. Crltteudeii came down to commence school Monday but 1'or some cause did uot commence. | 3fr. Thomas Churchill and wife arrived last week from Fonda and are staying with J. Churchill at present. Master Bmel Kuthratf wa« on the sick list last week. JMr.Tuul ami family expect to attend u family reunion t at JMi.LTuolV father's Thanksgiving. 3/iusStolla IKear commenced school lu lllchland township last Monday. Miss L'lU and Master llay Churchill ere both quite sluk with scarlet fever, Dr. Downs 1s attuudlujj. Mr. and Mrs. Hank Heater «« keeping house tot 1'ed Heater. Mrs. Ueury Uoald has iuov«d to Perry and will make that her home In the future Mr. llortou of Nuvml*, who waa wnlstr lug llev Anderson Is Ills muetlnxs *t the Utar.wascalied houie Monday by telegram. Mr. aud Mrs. Henry 8»pu have a little daughter about a week old. The moetlntfn al tho Star are very well intended, the Interest and <*ro>» good. Thomas lUmsay thrashed Ills corn t'od- der Saturday. kltor Kutlirautt U working for Mr. Klllott, Mr. Johutou Is pulUiiR up a uuw build- lug. Messrs. Ohurohlll and Elliott have now wind mills. Mrs. Hunt If expected soou to hetp lu the muotluK at the Krleud's church. John AyroH is prepurliiK tu movu to Nebraska. __ __ OAKU ov TWAHKB. Mrs. Garry aud ber uopbew returu tbeir moat siooere tltauka to tbe mauy f i iouds wbo w»r« 00 very kiud to them lu tbe liuie of ulUiotioo, wbeu tbe buud of d««tb spread its grin tbHdow over their pouoetul borne. They sboll alwuye remember wilb gratitude tbe kiodueas of those wbo spared ueltUer time uor trouble PEOPLE H. T. DANIELS. The Popular Grocery man, Is setting the pace and the prices for Carroll buyers, and has, ever since he started in business? Such is the fact, and his booming business made his removal to more commodious quarters necessary. Since the removal it has been demonstrated that . . • And will sell you groceries right. Everybody must have groceries and it is to their interest to study prices a little. Below are a few of pur prices which will give you a faint idea of why 'EVERYTHING GQES' AT OUR STOKE. Best Minnesota Flour, per sack ^ .60 Best Japan Tea,:per pound, .85 Golden Rio Coffee, combination, put up especially for our own use.per pound 80 1.00 1.00 Best Gilman Cora, per dozen cans ............. Letts, Fletcher Co.'a Best Tomatoes, doz, cans . . Blackbe ries, per dozen cans ......... ..... ..... LOO cpeah * ;; ;; .. 1.00 Bed Raspberries, • • FIVU " " .. 1.00 Finest Sliced Pineapples, per dozen cans ...... 8.00 Monarch Egg Plums, • FOUR .. 1.00 California Apricots, - • FlVE " " .. 1.00 Queeu Olives,- • • FIVE bottles for. 1.00 FUUL LINE OF HEINZ'S ("RESERVES AND BOTTUCD GOODS. Ju»tuianliidiuitUouofuurliiwprloo8ua thUolM»o(|[iWdiwe quote Helnz's Uataup, nniht bottlee for ......... . ....... ....(..,. ......... t ........ ,. A trial order wlMopnvlnoe you thatour prloea onu't >n» beaten. ' jn-- i-x T 1 . WAITER WH-HITB, f»iMM*fiN. THB CA*^ GROCER, LISTEN EVERYBODY! I am now prepared to do all kinds of bluoksniitHing, horit whoeing, plow wpvk and general repaii'lng. Wf\OON Mf\KER . lirst glass workman in wood ie employed iu the same iug, aud we ave prepared to do all styles of , wugou and qarriafe work and repairing. US A OAI&. LUCY, al|evia|a tbe Borrow of tbat

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