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Carroll Herald, The (Newspaper) - February 21, 1900, Carroll, Iowa mil HERALD yOL FEBRUARY NUMBER QO1NO Overland 8 PaolUo Colorado Special 9 Fast Iv Carroll IB Past Way 3 M GOING Overland Iv p Chicago t 40 Chicago Atlantic 18 Boone 7 i2u Freight OAHHOLL AMD MOVILLE Movllle Passenger ar Movllle Passenger Movllle Accommodation ar No Movllle Accommodation Iv Movllle 4 BO Movllle Freight IOWA DR PHYSICIAN AND Office in Trowbrldge building opposite the court Residence 410 5th Night calls answered from Practice in State and Federal SOLICITOR IN Main A AT Will practice law in state and federal Office in Griffith A TTOKNEY AT Will practice In all the Courts of the Special attention given to conveyancing and general estate and commercial Carroll ATTORNEY AT Wll practice In all the Courts of the State Prompt attention given to OlHoe In Griffith A TTORNBT AT Us peolal attention given to collections and real Office over Schumachers store Fifth V A TTORNEY AT V practice in state and federal C lections promptly attended stairway east of post Wi Col Office ilrs Su News Received by the War Office at Says a Cab inet WXUDHAM WILL NOT OOfflETBM But Says the Governments News Is BAKING POWDER ABSOLUTELYPUR Makes the food more delicious and wholesome ROYAL BAKING POWDER NEW HEPBURN M IDEA KOBTB Court SALINGER ATTORNEYS AND Special attention given to the trial of cases In the District and Federal Settle ment of Estates and Foreclosures promptly attended Office in German bank building Long distance telephone in A TTORNBY AT Bus Ineu solicited for both state and federal I Special attention given to col lections and settlement of Office over First Na Jonal KADUATE of Ontario Veterinary has taken up his per town or Office In TY8NTIST7 Ail kinds of Dental Work prom ptly and satisfactorily Office Front rooms over ovor Bowdish Block Reliable Insurance Insure your property with fire tried and time tested The old re liable Insurance Agency of Macomber Prompt attention given all IA i Boor Line of Fortresses In Front oC Duller nrokcn nt but the Burghers Get Anny with Their Guns and Pretoria Report Claims the Capture of Nearly All the Provisions French Taking to Also Ex i pectlng a Big Battle on the memuer oC tlio cabinet told Lucy last ulglit that the war office had received a tele gram annonucins that General Cronje was hopelessly Wyndham was beset by anxious members of the but would only reply that the governments news was extremely The sole explanation ot the government withholding good news is that confirmation and more details are The Boer lino of fortresses is The British achieved a de cided success in capturing the enemys position on Monte The effectively executed a re removing their guns and convoy The British had compara tively few The Chievely correspondent of The Daily tel agraphing says We now occupy all the hills to the right of Co lenso on this side of the in cluding which the Boers evacuated last This capture of Hlangwane hill is of great strategical as the hill commands tho flank of the Boer defenses at Colen A successful advance and the re capture of the railway may be ex Boers Save Their Big Daily Mall has the following dated Mon from Pietermaritzburg It is re ported that Sir Kedvers Bullet has cap tured Hlaiidgwane Largo num bers of Free Staters have left to meet Lord Roberts It is believed that a number of Boer big guns hnvc been taken back across the What the Boors Say of dispatch to The Dally Mail from Lourenzo dated says According to advices from Pretoria the Boers are expecting abigbattle oa the They claim that seventy of the Wllt shhes oiid that thirty wagons with forage and pro visions were but no ammuni They thus describe the fighting at Kimberley The British came through Blaunbank and attacked In two While the Boers were busily engaged with Lord Roberts General with cavalry and six succeeded in breaking through the Boer The Boers did not seriously oppose General Frenchs but conflued their efforts to preventing the provisions getting In this they cap turing head of 100 wagons of provisions and 100 ASSOCIATED PRESS Iowa Statesmans Report on the Status of the Central American POE OUE EXCLUSIVE ADVANTAGE Stock Sifting Is the usual operation the holiday The extra goods bought to give shoppers plenty of scope for choosing must be Closed Out to do this without loss of we have re duced prices on a great m a ti y articles in the Hardware and i Betterman Cade fttaltt Iowa Supreme Court of Illinois Reverses a De cision of Two an opinion given by the supreme court of Illinois yesterday The Inter Ocean Publishing company is restored to membership in the Associated The highest court of the state in reviewing the ase of The Inter Ocean against the Vssociated Press reverses the decrees f the circuit court of Cook county nd the appellate court of the First remands the to the cir uit court and directs the entering of decree as prayed for In the original Mil filed by The Inter The pith of the supreme court de ision is that The sole purpose for news was gathered was that he same should be and all news iaper publishers desiring to purchase uch news for publication are entitled o purchase the same without dlscrlm nation against The clause of contract which sought to restrict he appellant from obtaining news rom other sources than from appelle s an atempt at restriction upon the rade and business among the citizens a common The Associated Press declines to say at present whether the case will be taken to the national supreme r Capital Invited to concur rent resolution has passed both houses of the legislature inviting home and foreign capital to invest la mauufac urlng especially cotton and setting forth the advan ages of Mississippi as a manufactur ing Bills to exempt newly es tablished factories from taxation for a period of ten years are now pending and will be passed during the present Illinois Attorney preme court yesterday entered a rule absolute striking from the roll of at torneys the name of Moses Salomon and disbarring him from practicing In any court in this The proceed ings In the court were for the purpose of disbarring Salomon for misconduct Jn office as an attorney at Found Guilty of Train Es who on 23 last attempted wrecking the Burlington fast mail by placing ties on the was found guilty at Essex is a farmer boy living at He will proba bly get ten Incendiary Fire at Alblfu incen diary fire at Albia yesterday destroyed the lumber yards of Ballew Lumber In Not Only in Case of Wnr but Also To Be Used to Discriminate in Our Furor In Times or Fence by Giving Us Free Fuss Against the Clnyton Bnlwcr of Mon Telia of Ills of tlio house committee on interstate and foreign has submitted the report the committee in favor of the Hepburn bill for con structing the Nicaragua The report proposes that the United States shall within few years bo in full ownership and control of a waterway connecting the that it can de and that it can use in the Inter ests of its navy and Its merchant ma rine as wisdom may Proceeding the report says If It should be the policy to use the canal to stimulate the building up of our merchant marine it could be made a m6st powerful A British ves sel trading from any port In Great Britain to Hong chartering a vessel and using the Suez must pay as tolls asum in ex cess of the round His American trading from New York to Hong using the Nica ragua canal free of toll because ho used a vessel made in an American shipyard out of American material and by American and loaded with American would possess marked Kind of Canal tho Committee It Is this kind of a that may be used in this in favor of our merchants and our and our labor if such should be the policy of the govern your committee are anx ious to Your committee are aware that here are a number of persons who claim to have concessions from the ogvernineiit pf Nicaragua and Cos ta Rica investing thorn with rights to navigate fife San Juan river and Lake Others claim to bo authorized to construct this great wat erway connecting the But it is believed by your committee that these rights have either lapsed or are of small Argil incut AgafiiHt thu Much of lie report in devoted to proving Unit tho CliiytonBulwer treaty is a dead issue and can be Ig nored and OIK argument is decidedly After arguing to prove tliat the treaty is a dead letter from the dny it was tho report says But suppose this Is not and that we are as was Great Britain not to secure the Nic aragua This Nicaragua canal can properly be described in other words by calling it the shortest route to the And then partly para phasing the Great Britain and the United States bound them selves not to secure as against the other the short route to the In 1850 tho Nicaragua route was the only short route to the cast that any man had in his and the spirit of the agreement was that Great Britain would not secure the short route to tlio east without the consent and co operation of tho United Spirit of the Contract But In violation of the spirit of the contract Groat Britain through her control over the SUCK se cured for herself a short route to the one that is on her territory as completely for all practical purposes as though it was on the soil of Ire land one that is completely under tho control of her suns at Gibraltar and the islands in the Medlterancan and the Ited and yet we are blandly told that notwithstanding the failure on her part to observe tho letter of tho seventh article and the spirit of tho first we are bound by a treaty of alliance entered into fifty years Montana senator was put on the aud testified to spending for legitimate campaign Chief Justice ol Montana su preuie told how he had been approached by a Iresbylerfan at the head of the sectarian college in Deer oE which college Senator Clark Is president of tlie board of The minister came to the ollice of the Justice of tho supreme court with a letter from Clark in which the mining kins told him to see Judge Brontley and nsk him not to allow tnat good to be Such was the contents of the letter as the Justice recollected The let ter was never read through by and he gave It back to Mar tin as soon as he saw It was an effort to Influence him in a pending A few moments later Clark was put on the stand and sharply ques tioned as to the He replied that he might have written and sent but had no recollection of the He said he wrote so many letters it was impossible to There was no mention of a money consideration in the approaches made by the min Senator Clark was asked a large number of questions by exSenator They all related to evidence previously given against and they were almost universally answered in the The defense amounts to a general denial that any Montana legislator was bought or offered money for his vote by the or with his knowledge or He sold he lirst went into politics to beat the Daly which he thought was run ning Democratic politics He said that to wrest political power from Paly was his object in going Intopoliti tics and that he had no intention of running for senator until some time after lie had entered the antiDaly ONLY FOUR WEEKS LONGER TO CLOSE OUT OUR ENTIRE STOCK OF Tliis is poistively I he last iulvoiiiseimMt arc yoing to issue is our slock is getting KEMRMBIOli we are not going in move any iiuMvliiimlisc IVoni Carrol and must have the ready wish at once as we are going into a dilTerent Now is your time tf lay in a supply of CLOAKS and Vou can buy them at nearly your own Notice that when we advertise an article lirst lirst served for we are not holding a special sale or a midwinter We sire just selling Now Read a Few of Our Prices And be sure and come in the as we expect to be busy in the nvestigate Macnmis The state de partment has decided to investigate Macrums charge that the British cen sor nt Durban opened official mail of the depart incut addressed to A cable has boen sent instructing Adcl bert United States consul at to investigate Macrums al legation and to report by telegraph as soon as As the dispatches which Macrmu says were read by the censor are part of the records of Pretoria consulate and not the per sonal property of nn exam ination of the Itles In considered by the department officials as the quickest method of getting at the facts in the Harrison for the Public men who have been la Indianapolis recently report that former President Harrison minces no words In expressing his sym pathy for the Boers In their although the general persistently re fuses to be publicly lest his words embarrass the administra tion at de editor of says he is ready to meet Count Castellnne on the field of Burglars entered the Lenlinm Hard ware companys store at Chicago and took worth of Choice of fifty rolls of to at 400 yards was sold at 10 and to Oue small lot Dress sold to So One lot Plaid Dreas sold at to close All our 50c Dress Goods per less than the wholesale All Sateens and llcece lined Calicoes One lot Towel 3Jo All SOc Fleeced Table to per 40c Tied Table per One lot of Muslin sold at 7 to Remnants of Silk will be sacrilicei at less than half Now is your time to lay In yoin supply of shoes for the next three years to You will never have such an opportunity One lot childrens school shoes sold at to One lot Boys sold at to Ladles Dongola sold at to jadics Fine Kid sold at to Mens shoes sold from to to Mens line sold to to close from Now in your time to go liousekccp Yon can buy tinware and glass We cant quote you prices on hls line as we have a limited tity on hand and they arc going so If you want anything in this line yon can liny it for less than lalf We havCa small groceries We can only f quote yon i few prices nitems we havcmost This is your opportunity to buy jflee and tea as we had the contract for tea and collee aud the wholesale house made us take our tea anil coffee which we In fact codec has advanced 4 cents per pound also Any merchant that wants to buy the entire lot it foi less than wholesale pounds Rio coffee worth 15 eta retails at We will close out 1150 pounds Pea Berry coffee left which grade is worth 21 Jc per pound now sells at retail and To close ISAc Special large pounds tea left which costs now wholesale sells retail 2 Ibs for 75c per Oue lot of small boys clothing Seven boys reefers which sold at to Vine boys age 14 to old price was will close Mens overalls can lie two pairs for the price of one to 39c per 2 pnirs 7Bc Any ladies wrapper in the You can afford to buy a half don at that The balance of our cloaks which we liavi on hand will be sacriliced at one third ind onefourth of their Oue lot of childrens sold at to One lot ladies capes sold for Extra long and to Ladles plush sold at to Oue lot ladies was sold at to close Our Time is Limited in Carroll First come first Come in and look our stock over and if there is anything tliat you want we are snreyou won t go without V S CONFKKKNCE COMMITTEE Dodge Them Special Offer for Out of Town Z amounts to Ten dollars and To farmers we will pay He Tor each mile if they buy So worth ol goods and HgsTNOTICE TO For two show eases at 50 cents on the dollar what they Also two paper two bicycle step Or any mer chant wishing to buy our entire stock we will sacrifice Must apply within the next three weeks before our lease 10 Opened Business February 4H MARK STROHM xxxxxx llcpuhlluniix Develop Much Dlfforonce on the Currency Republi can members of the conference com mittee having charge of the financial bill held a protracted session beginning at 11 and lasting until shortly before U During part of this time Secretary Gage was having been invited to give his views upon certain features of the At the close the days session It wasstated by members of the confer ence that no conclusion had been reached on the bill as a whole or on any single the entire time being given to preliminary discussion on the general principles The couterrees went over both the house and somite bills and it was found that differences exist all along the The house conferrecs Insisted that their measure best met the require ments of tho situationand the senators were equally linn In standing by their Stcrnuous objection is made by the house ionferreus to the bimetallic section of iho senate and they also oppose tho refunding section of the Tlio conference did not reach a stage where any proposition to adjust any of the differences was fa vorably SENATOR ON THE He Who Wears tho Montana Toga Tells Mow He Clot was ared letter day In the Clark The Did you ever try to dodge the Did not succeed very did you Its just as useless to try to escape from the germs of You cant do They are about us on every hand and we are con stantly taking them into our Then why dont we all have this disease Simply because these germs cannot gain a foot hold in a strong throat and Its when these are weak that the germs The body must be well supplied with The danger comes when the blood is poor and the body is If your cough does not and your throat and lungs feel raw and you should not delay another Take Scotts Emulsion of CodLiver Oil with Hypophos phites at It will heal the I inflamed membranes and greatly strengthen them as The digestion becomes the appetite better and the weight The whole body be comes well fortified the germs of consumption cannot gain a Its this sustain ing and strengthening power of SCOTTS EMULSION that has made it of such value in all wasting and exhausting and 11 SCOTT New Capital OFFICERS Prest Cuablei DIRECTORS WllUAU HINHY CHARLES WALIBHBOHBID RODBBT COBUHN nterest paid outline Money to loan on good Drafts for sale on all parts of the Steamship tickets to aud from all parti ol MEN OR BOYS uttering from nervous varl lost man night emissions and unnatural llschargoa caused by errors ot younger If not relieved by medi cal Is doplorablt on mlna and DO NOT MARRY when as tills leads to loss of loss of baahfulness In uulns In email of frightful dark rings around the pimples or breaking out on face or Send for our symptou We can cure you and espec ially do we doalro old and tried as we charge nothing for aflvlco and give you a written guarantee to cure the worst CHSO on Not onl aro the wouk organs but DEALERS IN Opposite Court House Main DRY GOODS AND NOTIONS RIB GINGHAMS AND DOMESTIC CARPETS and Floor OIL PRODUCE TAKEN IN EXCHANGE FOR GOODS AGENTS FOR STANDRAD ixxxxxxxxxxxxi LADIES drains end discharges stopped I for question Bend 2c stump BLOOD POISON second of lertlury We Pdver No detention from busluoss us for HAHNS uiailo Monthlies 6Ure to ilie Never Ourei excessive or piitnful ti boxes cum any HAHNS I 18th and HARD and SOFT COAL Are you jolng to build or repair We have what you doors nud In terior finish of all Best litne and cement and patent Sidewalk Lumber and Sidewalk The best Wire Fence on Call and Our Prices are Green Bay Lumber Co
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