The Carroll Sentinel from Carroll, Iowa on December 14, 1894 · Page 8
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The Carroll Sentinel from Carroll, Iowa · Page 8

Carroll, Iowa
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Friday, December 14, 1894
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ADDITION AT, LOCALS. Slippers at Moore'e. Slippers, Slippers at Moore's. Slippers, Slippers) Slippers at Moore's. Holiday Slippers nt Moore's shoe store. Russian Marmnlnrtc nt Unger's. fry thett.auortod peel for fruit cnlieat Unger's. If you want shoes nicely repair? 11 take them tp Mpore's, ^he fil <5temelo, besl &Q e!gur in town, f«r sale at the Hub. Buy yottf OhrlkltnaR candies at Daniels' opposite the court house. H. T,. Daniels is selling twenty pounds Of 8-cr. Muscatel raisins for f 1 Boiled cider, bulk olives and sweet pickles at linger & Co.'sjgrocery. Fruits and nuts cheap at Uuger's. Buy youi uroceries oi Sclmcblner & Egan and get a sack of flour free. Just received, a new invoice of the finest canned goods on the market by H. T. Daniels. Finest mixed candies ever put on the market for 10 cents a pound at Daniels'. Just received nice and fresh, '*• Mann's cough cure IB a guaranteed medicine to cure all cougliB and coklK. For sulo nt'tbe Palace drug store. Alois Dlers, Arcadia's popular carpen- tor. was a Carroll visitor yesterday and made this office a pleasant call. Try a sack of Crosbv's best flour, for •ale by Schachtner & Egan's grocery, anc be convinced of its superiority. Night Watch Sterling Mathers drew the bedroom eet given away by the Wilson Company Wednesday evening. Parity your blood, tone up the system, and regulate the digestive organs by taking Hood's sarsaparllla. Sold by all druggists. For rent, — two dwelling houses, one located on north side and the other on the south side. Geo. W. Bowen. • •• ' F. M. Davenport left Wednesday even- in« f or Oskaloosa on legal business anc lug from the back door slipped and fell and sprained his back. He was so badly, injured that he had to be assisted into the room. Wednesday he Was able to sit up a short time and it is thought he will be able to be around in a few days. C. H. Hoeft resigned bis position as director of tho Qermnnia opera house Wednesday for tho reasoq that he found that It required too much of his time to Attend to tl^e duties pf the. 9fltoe. The presitleni, Mr. Seller, will fill the vacancy in a few days. Any one who has children will rejoice withL. B. Mulford, of Plalnfieltl, N. J. Eis little boy, flve years of n«e, was sick with croup. For two days and nights he tried various remedies recommended by friends and neighbors. He says: "I thought sure 1 would lose him. I had seen Chamberlain's cough remedy advertised and thought I would try it as a last hope and am happy to say that after two doses he slept until morning. 1 gave it to him next day and a cure was effected. I keep this remedy in the house now and as soon as any of my Children show signs of croup 1 give It to them and that is the last of it." 25 and 50 cent bottles for sale by J. W. Hatton, druggist. The ladies who gave the dinner and supper and sold the fancy goods Wednesday in the vacant room near the postofflco, have reason to be proud of their success. They cleared over $100 and as one of the ladies reamarked, "one could almost hear the notes of that new organ." Besides, all their patrons were more than pleased with the quality and quantity ^served at the tables for the small sum of 29 cents. The cross receipts were $138. Considering that this is an "off year" financially the ladies feel that they were very successful indeed in their undertaking. J. M. Gordon, of the Banner Mills, Janesville, Minn., .manufacturers of flour, was in the city in.the interest of his firm. These mills make as good flour as remain at his old home until after the holidays. Ladies if you wish to get the gentlemen Xmas presents get something useful You wi!l find a nice line of slippers at Moore's. The folks^ are as good as the people and Merchant will sell you choice Japan tea for 32 cents a pound and 5 pounds for fl.QO. . Call for genuine JBoone lower vein lump, Indiana block, Hocking Valley lump, free burning Anthracite coal, all sizes, at D. Joyce's. Mrs. Anton Baadte, of Arcadia, was in the city doing some shopping and look log over the goods advertised by Carroll business firms. She made this office a business call. Mann'* alligator medicine IB the most pene testing Hneinent In us* and therefore will give Instant relief where sn external remedy la needed. Tor sale at the Palace drug store. FOB BALK— A good farm of 320 acres, located near a good town in western Iowa. Will be sold at a low figure on terms to suit purchaser. Address W. H. Jones.Carroll, Iowa. Sturgea ft Tburlimarih realize that money is not as plentiful as usual this year and have marked their holiday goods down to hard times prices. Everyone can afford to buy Christmas presents at the prices they are making. Toe Clio club will meet at the home of • Mrs. W. L. Culbertson next Saturday afternoon. Topics for Dec. 16: Vatican .............. ................. Mrs. Burks Bt. Peter's ..... j ...................... Urn. Drake TemplM. ....... ...... . ................. MM. Hut Aqueducts.. ....... . ................... Mn.Cololo For rheumatism I have found nothing equal to Chamberlain's pain balm . It relieves the pain as soon as applied. J . W. Toung, JFest Liberty, W. Va. The prompt relief it affords is alone worth many times the cost, 60 cents. Its continued use will effect a permanent cure. For aaleb) J. W. Hatton, druggist. The editor of the Herald was not well pleased with the critic's report last But- urdar evening at the Occident society. We suggest the name of the editor for that position the next time and the performers will know what a critic's report •bould be and will undoubtedly be greatly benefited thereby. By all means Bro. H,, glye them a copy to go by. The modern mother lnis found that h little ones are Improved more liy tho pleasant laxative, Syrup of Figs, when in need of the laxative effect of a gentle remedy than by any other, and that it IB more acceptable to them. Children on joy It and It benefits them. The ti ue remedy, Syrup of Figs, is manufactured by the California Fig Syrup Co. only. The ladies of the Presbyterian Aid society have a way with them that when they want a thing they go after it and they usually get what .they no after, too. Their church was in need of a new organ, ,80, with Mrs. D. U. Parkuu louder, they / |tot up tbo linen sale of yesterday and now tbo new organ is assured. Thoir energy i« commendable <aveu during thcae bard time*. can be bought in the world, their fancy patent, "Jersey Lily," and pttent, "Hard to Beat," being copyrighted brands, and having no superior on the market. Mr. Crowder has made arrangements to advertise the merits of their flour, which can be had of Schachtner & Egan, in the columns of THE SENTINEL, and the ad will be seen . in another column. Read it. The Wilson Company closed its three nights' engagement in our city Wednesday evening, playing, as is usual with this popular troupe, to a well filled house. They gaye "Work and Wages," which is the story of a strike and shows the vast difference between the very rich and very poor in the great manufacturing districts of the country. It was as a whole well presented and was well received by the audience. Not the toast pleasant feature ot this series of entertainments has been tbe music furnished by Bgermayer's orchestra, which was of high order of merit and always pleased the audience. It was announced that the company would probably return to Carroll before the season closed, when they will be warmly welcomed. F. E. Hoagland returned Wednesday evening from Fremont, JNeb., where be lad been attending tbe funeral of Mn. Hoagland'a mother, Bin. Jane Reynolds, wbiob took place Tuesday afternoon. Tbe Daily Herald says that "there was a irofnaion of beautiful floral offerings and a large attendance of friends and neighbors wbo sincerely mourned tbe death of a good woman and a true friend. Her family consisted of four daughters and one son, all of whom were present at her funeral. Rev. F. M. iiason preached the funeral sermon and paid a glowing tribute to tbe lovely Christian character pf Mrs. Reynolds. Death came sweetly and she fell asleep/ Tbe text was Num. 28—10: 'Let me die tbe death ot tbe righteous and let my last end be .like bis.' Tbe sermon WHS eloquent, impressive, full of com- j ort to tbe sorrowing relatives, and help-' ful to all," Mn. Hoagland will remain at Fremont (or some time yet. She bas; tbe; sympathy of ber many Carroll friends in ber sad loss. MRS. J. W. snOWALTEB. MBS. HABRIETT WOKBALL. . TWO WOMEN CHESS EXPERTS. Two talented chess players of the gentler sex have been playing a series of I Watches for the chess championship of tho United States. 'They are Mrs. Jnokson W. Bhowalter, wife of the Kentucky expert, and Mrs. Harriett Worrall, of Brooklyn. NoTlCB TO STOCKHOlDfiBS, The regular notinnl meeting of tbe stockholders of the First National Bank of Carroll, loton. will 'ne held at the bank- iug rooms on Tuesday, January 8,1805, between tbe hours of 10 a. 104 and 2 (.'cloak p. m. of onid day, for tbe election of directors and for tbe transaction of snob other bdeineae as may properly be submitted. Carroll, In., DeO. 8, 1804. 1-8 O. L. WATTLES, Cashier. . Alt patties indebted to us please call and settle before January 1, 1895. fi Reduced Rates to t)ea MoltteB' On account of the Annual Meeting ot" the Iowa State Teachers' Association, at Des Molties, December 26th to 28th, the Northwestern Line will sell tickets at reduced rates. Forfullinfortnatlon apply to A t;ent!i of the Chicago & Northwest* eru Hallway. IMES ARE IMPROVING. This is tbo beginning of onr Tenth year in tho grocery trade in Carroll.. WE ARE STILL IN THE RING *HD m HERE TO STAY first of the year. Mr. Finkbine's home is in Dea Moinea and Mr. Guild lives in Carroll. Catarrh Cannot be Cured with local applications, as they cannot reach the scat of the disease. Catarrh Is a blood or constitutional disease, and In order to care It you must take Internal remedies. Ball's Catarrh Cure is taken Internally, and Hots directly on the blood and mucous surfaces. Ball's-Catarrh Cure Is not a quack medicine. It was proscribed by one of tbe best physicians In this country for years, and is a regular prescription. It Is composed of the beat tonics known, combined with tho beat purifiers, acting directly on tho mucous surfaces. The perfect combination of the two Ingredients Is what produces such wonderful icuults In curing catarrh. Send for testimonials, free. F. J. CHENEY & CO., Props., Toledo, O. Sold by druggists, price 75c. THE MUSICAL HOUR. The Ladies Musical Hoar met with Mrs. Sherman Tuesday,- Deo. 11, 1894. Tbe following program was given. Duet, Wiener Bonbons Jobann Strauss Mrs. Lee and Hiss Cottrell. Piano Solo, SprrogSong Henselt Mrs. Sherman. < Piano Solo, Siemens Musical••ln.hii»w>i* Op.94 Allegretto )Solro!>«rt Mrs. Hungerford. ' Vocal Solo, To Thee My God this Night.Gounod Miss Bangs. Piano Solo,Adelaide ......Cramer Miss Maclean ' Vocal Trio, Kwnlngllymn .J. Oonoone Mrs. Paine, Miss Bangi, Mn. Bangs. The next meeting will be with Mn. J. B. Hungerford, Jan. 8,1895. -i PABBNTS—TAKB NOTICE. Contemplating a change in our boys and children's department, we will from Monday, Deo., 10, to Sat;. Deo. 15, close 250 boy e, and children's suits, age 4 to 18, regardless of oost. Frioea positively no objeot, they mast be closed. MOBBS SIMON. Of tbe famous clothing and merchant tailoring house. Advertised Letters. The following letters remain uncalled tor at tbe postoffice, Dee. 10, 18M. Unless delivered within thirty days from date they will be forwarded to the dead letter office at Washington, D. O.: Henry Walter T. B. Beaton Wm. Keen W. H. Ilolmei Mr, Cooney Editor Blade The law provides that one cent .shall be paid tor all letters advertised. When jailing for same please state date of ad' vertUeroent. JNO. L. POWKBS, P.M. J ENU twelve cent* In poetage flumps to 80 Corcoran Building, Washington, D. 0,. and yon will receive four copies of KATH KIBLD'H WASH- IMOTOM, containing matter of special Interest, aivo name and address, and say where yon MW !hls advertisement. ALMOST A Nuw YOBK DAILY. That Democratic wonder, the New York Weekly World, baa joat changed its weakly into a twioe-a-week paper, and S Elegant Christmas Presents. rou may talk to tbe young or tbe old an you will ~ it the tutte tor nluu Jewelry stays with them still, And there is no plow yon oau flnd a better assortment of Diamonds, Jewelry, Silverware, Watobes, Olooke, Eto,, or where prices are lower, tban at E. C. FLINN'S, • - MeLagau Block. 4 patent bas boon granted by tbe government to J. and A. Wludemolor of till city for a 'button ouee. Thu boys Aave designed a very ingenuouH and useful OOH wtych would teem to bo un almoit iudlgpeuijblo uoeeeelty in u store and wo should think tlw would ooino lAfo general UHU. If no, wo proaumo they would make» Dlc " * ulu K out of tta) pMent »nd ve hope they may, NIBWOU- f*f# Wjedenjoier uttvo one In the Ktoro singe tuey unvo u»ed tbo cnso could • tartly (t«t ftlonK without it. TJ*OWP*on hitu been cooUnod to BOMB OF "OoMBovs-" Traveling Men's Col., De» Uolne* Leader. Lew Sawyer, wbo formerly run from JewslJonolioutoBiousCity, bas been rausterred to the BionxQitjr ran oat of Oarroll. O. E. Datton, of Manning, vliiled Jwt week with bit ooqiin John If, 2one and fttmily. "0. B,"islh* sUuoob Demo- oral of bis city and eitensivel* sngsgad in the banking butinaai. Q. B. Beyuoldj, witb Bprtgoe, Warner &Oo,,OhioHO, will spend Sunday at BurkVa hot*), Oarioll. Mr. Reynold* nakw one nor* trip U»U year Mid then •ipeois to f p into busineM for Ulmaslf the ooming y««r. Bit bow» to io Da« yon can now get tbe two papers a for tbe same old price—$1 a year. Think of it! Tbe news from New York right at yonr door fresb every thre* days— 104 papers a year. "The first thing aud the most forcible that ban improved we with America has boon thowoudorfuloloaruoss of yonr atmosphere,' 1 says Coirnu Doyle. No American ever went to Europe wad returned homo without beiug iuiproase4 with the same tout. In southern oilmen or northern lands, Oue uudliputud faot fast ntuuds. 'TIs thin, mat womss's weul aud woo Mako up the bub of Ihlugi below; ror to tea softer •«« 'tis given To uut men In or out of ntmven. Let tbe wife and result, uueruloui and household Is dUturbed. bs slukly and M a y, uuU the whole cure this state of things, tuearoro*»ld wife»nd mother bat only to t«k« Or. I'ler<w'» Favorite Prescription. The uuuie will disappear promptly. Tbe "l'r«iorll>: tlou" is a nervine mid roitorstlv« tonio of wonderful efiluaay and lonue for the ullevia.— ofdlivaioi peculiar to women. For nun mothers mid <Jebiltl#ied "run-down" woi generally, II In the hg«| restorative tonic , soothing uervlne known, tot tbote about „ beoouie wolUer* It U indeed a Drleelwt hoou, It lessens the pulnn nud porlld of ohlldb rtu, ens pariurlilon, prometsi in* sscisUon_ ttbundaneeofnourUb nhortt us tbo period or t5« child u'lio (ii»y or Valparaiso, Ind., has hrought suit ngwrnst e«-'i'r(i«»ur«r Sohwur/kojif Hiid his bondiiaeu for the recovery of *30,OOQ. The OftWM* Of Fovew. yew posple lully apnrwlato ajMliTon tht)liuw»o »y»wni, Ue«U w-layloK dlstrlou an dt»ily itorlog , their bodre* tbe lnli«l»d germs of dtaeiui - -- - - '" this Dr. Plerce'B Pleasant Pellets are unequaled. They depurate the liver, cure constipation, Improve digestion and often ward oft dangerous fevers. Satisfaction guaranteed or money returned. TH5 Indiana Coal Operator's Association and the United Mine Workers of Indiaiirt will send delegates to the arbitration con ferenjy at Colupjbua, O. Beyond Comparison Are the good qualities possessed by Hood's 8ar< saparllla. Above all It purifies the blood, thus strengthening the nerves; It regulates the digestive organs, Invigorates the kldnejs and liver, tones and builds up tbe entire system, curen scrofula, dyspepsia, catarrh and rheumatism. Get Hood's and only Hood's. Hood's pills cure nil liver Ills, biliousness, jaundice, Indigestion, sick headache. 26c. Canada IB sum to be willing to sive Uncle Sam free use of her canals if he will pay for their maintenance. Marion Hedgpeth, who robbed a 'Frisco train of 120,000 in 1892, was sentenced to 89 years' imprisonment. 1 All free. Those wbo have used Dr. King's New Die- covery know Its value and those who have not, have now the opportunity to try It free. Gall on the advertised druggist and get a trial bottle, free. Send your name and address to H. X. Bucklen & Co., Chicago, and net a sample box of Dr. King's How Life Pills free, as well as a copy of Guide to Health and Household Instructor, free. All of which Is guaranteed to do you good and cost yon nothing at J. W. nation's drug store. 4 Buoklerra Anuoa Salve The twit salve In the world for Cnti, Brulie*. bom, Uloer».8»itBh«nm, Fever Bom.Tetlw, Chipped Handi, OhllbUlu, Oorni Md all Skta Brnpttoni,, and positively onrei Piles ot MI payre«nired. It Isguironted to fiveperfMl itttiteotloB or money refunded. FrtoeHo»i» derbox. Foruleb J. W. Hsttoa. Notice of Expiration of Right of Redemption from Tax Bale. To J. C. Martin: You are hereby notified that on tbe 7th day of December, A. D. 1891, tbe treasurer of tbe county of Carroll and state of Iowa, sold the following described real estate, situated In tbe county of Carroll and itate of Iowa, town: • The south bait of lot three In block tour, In Gardner's addition to town of Manning, Iowa, tor the taxes than delinquent upon tbe above described real estate. That at said sale tbe treasurer aforesaid sold tbe real estate above described to H. A. Smith and Issued to tbe said B. A. Smith a certificate of imroUuse for tbe same. You «re further notlued that H. K. Kuseell U tbe present owner and lawful bolder of said eer- tressurer of said county, unless redemption from snob sale be made within ninety days from tbe oompleted service ot this notice. 84-8t H. E. BU88BLL. Owner sad lawful bolder of oerUflcate of s ) ot sal*. W E will let our friends and patrons judge of our popularity, and we wish to'extend to them our sincere thanks for their liberal patronage during the past nine years and ask for a continuance of the same, which we will try to merit by fair dealing and liberal prices. We have the largest stock of groceries ever brought to Carroll. They were bought at the lowest, prices. We intend to give our customers part of the benefit. <{* Look at cur Prices.^ We Always Lead, Never Follow. Colorado Potatoes, per bushel $ 80 TWENTY pounds Granulated Sugar 1 00 Best Minnesota Patent Flour, per sack 1 00 Best Kansas Patent Flour, per sack ' 90 NINE cans Baltimore Peaches 1 00 EIGHT " RedCherries .......100 SEVEN " Best California Apricots 1 00 SEVEN " Egg Plums 100 ELEVEN " Gooseberries s . 1 00 TEN " Blueberries......."....... 100 TEN " Strawberries , 1 00 SEVEN " GreenGages 1 00 Boat Lemon Cling Peaches, per can 18 Best Bartlett Pears, per can ,. 18 Queen Olives, per quart ;..... 80 We are Agents for Chase &Sanborn's Celebrated Coffees. WE solicit your trade and will sell you what you want, at prices that will defy competition. Our canned. goods are the best standard packed goods in tile market. Give us a trial and you will come again. ISlTWe want your trade and with liberal prices and fair dealing we hope to obtain it. Yours truly, E. N. MERCHANT. ORBf\T HOLIDAY Bf\ROf\INS When buying Christmas presents why not buy something useful, something that will help to furnish a home, something that will be both useful and ornamental, something that will make your wife, husband, father, mother, sister, brother, or sweetheart happy on Christmas day and add to their comfort ever after (?) Parlor Suits, $35 to $100 Bedroom Suits, J4 " 60 Book Cases, ' 0 and upward. line of Hobby Horses, Cradles and Shoo Flies. Rockers, 9 .86tO$SO Mattresses, 2.50 " 20 are making a special run on sweepers and now is the time to secure a bargain. In all we have the finest and cheapest line of FURNITURE ever shown jn Carroll, Best of material and workmanship at the lowest prices.

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