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   Carroll Herald, The (Newspaper) - October 10, 1900, Carroll, Iowa                                I OCTOBER fe OOtKQ Overland IV Bil5 At wvenuuuuimirau 8 Colorado Special p East ly Express ar Carroll to QOINQ Overland Chicago Chicago Atlantic 323 Carroll and Tal and Iv AND MOVlIiIiH Movllle Movllle Movllle Accommodation ar MS MovllloAccommodation Iv Movllle Movillo IOWA 50 QHYS10IAN AND Office In Trowbrldee building opposite the court Residence 410 5th Night calls answered from Tele phone eoliiiectlons at residence Practice lu State and Federal SOLICITOR IN Main m A TTORNBT AT Will practice lu all the Courts of the Special attention to conveyancing and general estate and aommerclal Carroll A TTORNEY AT W1I xi practice In all the Courts of the State Prompt attention given to Office InGrlUlth v A TTORNBY AT us peolal attention given to collections and real Office over Schumachers itore Fifth A TTOBNBY AT Wll lu state and federal Col lections promptly attended Office first stairway east of post SALIHQEBC KOItTIi Court SALINQBB ATTORNEYS AND Special attention given to tho trial of oases iu the District and Federal Settle ment of Estates and Foreclosures promptly attended tax Office In German bank building Long distance telephone tn v I attention given to ool lections oud settlement of Office 7ver First NaUohal 1 ORABUATB of Ontario Teterinary has taken up his per ntlocation In all In town or Office in rifflth AUklndsof Denial Work prom Offloe nlnnlr Business February Surplus WALTBHSOHBID BOBBBT CODUBK paid on tlote to loan on good for sale on all parts of the Ip tickets to and from all parti nl to any iu the City Fourth BLOHM ilerytfiing New eat and j The beet of Freab Meata CQpBtautljt onhapdi fen der Juioy uni avarrtblog to ft Prompt Delivery Weat of Court The Bridal Fcasi Is not infrequently followed by a long lenten period of enforced fasting and fleshly The cheek grows the eyes are dull and deep and thestep is slow and languid There ia an all draggedout which makes fife an utter The great func tional changes which follow marriage are not usually antici or the wife ly suSering might be avoided Pierces yoritePrescription is the best friend of weak and sickly It cures the womanly dis eases that rob the eye of brightness and the step of It tones up the system and establishes the womanly organ ism on a basis of sound Favorite Pre scription con J tains no neither nor other nar Accept no There is no other medicine just as good for weak and sickly hnd been a great sufferer from female weak ness for about two writes Emma of Wayne Could not do my work part of the I took four Dottles of Pierces Favorite Prescription and felt as well as I ever Young married women will find a lasting friend in Pierces Medical It contains 1008 pages and is sent free in paper on re ceipt of 21 onecent stamps to pay expense of mailing Cloth bind 31 Address Hot Political Time In the Old Prairie State for a Day or ROOSEVELT AND BRYAN AT WOEK Whooping up thd Partisan With Gicut Thrones to Listen to Governor Roose velt left Ohlongo at yester day over the Santa Fe for a tour of The first iulckess was at Joaiet GovernOT Ropsevdlt de at Peoilai amd East He will return to Chicago tote Accompanying the camMdnites ure Govenim Tmiiicr and Ritehnrd the candidate for nutl imes caiaimran of the ex ecutive MeKlm ney SemUois Ciullom and Itep ruaeutatlve Wtalter Jdhn Ohwles Gal of Dectttur John Rob ert Stiiutor af Ot aiwl of Gront Uoinoimtrutlun at Proibjibly ttiu greatest domonstratlon on Uhis tiilp was at There It was Day all day amd fflie country popuJatlou 1or fifty milles In every direction poured into the capital until at there were fully stTOiiaeis In The morning parade started at wlfcli men hi Colout Miick Tonuer grand Hoosevelt was due to arrive nt over fflie Illinois Ceri ifrom earning by wwy of Mount us usual in vsuch the train wins Roosevelt anl party wore driven In haste from the Union station walls of restrained1 toy lines of mounted Rough to the state house where people were whom he addressed for tali an Last Spoeuh oftlie Dny at Ooveroior Roosevelt spolce last at where he met tlhe largest nnidleinceoissiimibled Uliere elnco the Mc KlnleyBryan of four yearn Various organizations of the city and St Louis vied with eaJh oilier In doing honor to the vtee presidentl al ea nd1 Governor Roose betrayed no tolen of notwitihstandjih toe had made speedhes at many jTowns in state en the notable qiC wJilcn at to Jack soBviHe Yatesi wife of tlhe candi date for governor enliyeneid the Jy engine arad on arrlvlnpinit her home city blewtlhe whichsign ailed the presence of tiro Roosevelt crowd at this place was very DIagraoo Governor Roosevelt was the target of the Insults of a small mob A crbweloif yaurife fewer In mim but more malicious and ofEensive than Hie mob at eur tflie Prlnlty Diitoli Reifoaimed 440MarshneId GovcmoiRoosevelt attended lie emerged if ram the muriber the regardless of the presence of women and greeted him wltih a sliower of mud Hhey kept this up unbll the carriage drwe wlfh tlie BBYAN TALKS TO THE Makes Fourteen Speeches at the Frinulpal TbwnA inthe That particular portion of Illinois known as Egpyt was pretty thoroughly canvassed by Bryan The principal cities of eleven of the southern coun ties of the state and three of the con gressional districts were and large audJauces addressed at the vari ous ptopping Foupteen ad dresses were made from 7 oclock In the when the flrst speech at Salem was until the train bearing the nominee find Jhla pulled out of Alton at nearly The addresses lin vo ranged from ten minutes to an hour In and six hours would be n conservative esti mate of the amount of time consumed by Bryan Inactual Southern Illinois was Intensely en At every meeting tho can didate wns greeted with hearty demon strations of and his remarks wore jipplnurtert land cheered every At nno place there was a dis position on tlie part of a few boys to cheer his but there were no attempts to Interfere with his remarks being At East Louis Bryan and Governor Roow crossed each As lloosevelt had a meeting there BrynirpnHsed tliroujrli and went pn to The whole south of Egypt wns well represented In Cairo when tho Bryan train arrived ithere nt p There hart been excursions from the nelgh boriiiK towns and villages anil the suit wnsii crowd to welcome the Democratic Ho was driven to a stand eieoterl nonr the center of tlie His speech wns devoted mainly to the although the question of fi largo standing army and question of imperialism each re ceived attention nt his NIJW Democratic state committee will give out Bryans Ittnorary In this state In detail It will plve all the places at which he will spunk and the time he will remain In each He spehk In flfty oue places nnd will occupy five exclusive of New York and Adlai Stevoilnnn Not Adlal Stevenson states that the rouort sent out representing him as lining ill Is without He Is in ex cellent health and and Is filling all Ills Cold Wntor Special In Wool ProOifbltlon for prosi spoke to persons at Tom Hnsoms lifltt here hist night At Mar ttasvllle nn hours meeting was During the lay the Prohibition lender spoke nit Woolleys former wiheru a warm reception was en mid Todtty the spoeJnl stops part mid Effner In Indiana and Wat Clienoa Gardner In Hays Notice to Department direction of Secretary the employes of the de partment of state have been notified that they arc under no obligations Whatever by reason of their being in the public service to make any contri butions or subscriptions for pollticail or other or to render political and that they will not be mo lested or in any way discriminated aaglnst for failure so to con tribute or to Oormnn Donlos Some of yesterday au an absolute denial of pub lished reports that he hid resigned from the Democratic national and from the other political com mitttees of which heis a H has writtten a letter giv ing his desire that Bryan and statins that he Is working and will work for Bryans Hill to Speak ut Bennett Hill oif New will make two speeches In Chicago He will speak in Chicago next Saturday On 15 lie will uAlTCSs a willy at SpringfleM On the ICth he will speak at ExJudge Olney In John Ol the oldest member of tlie Chicago bar and the last Illinois Lincoln elec died at tlie residence of his John 223 Qnkwood boule The cause of death was a stroke of He was supervisor of rev enuesduring the Grant administration and the whisky During During tho civil war ho was lieutenant colonel of Sixth Complete Annihilation of tast re maining trace of old the ftnst capital of has tocen swal lowed upby the watersof the Missis sippi The old Pope the first ibrick structure built west of the and in which the first session of the first legtalatdre of Illinois was was and It bad been in danger for many years now It lias Women dre like Healthy andstrong blossom and they wither and Everywoman ought to look well and feel Itsher right and but she might as well try to put out a fire with oil as to be healthy and at tractive with disease corroding the Upon their health depends her If there id inflammation or weakening or suffering at the monthly attend to it at Dont onestep nearer the grave every day you puf it Women can stand a great but they cannot live foreverwith disease the most delicate and vital organs in their You may have been deceived In socalled We dont seJ now you could help It there la so much worthless Btuff on cine on earth for womanly There ia aa much difference between it and other sofailed as there is between right and Bradfields Female Regulator soothes the stopa tbe ptpmotss purlnes and It all this qnickly and ossily ahd It is for women alpnftto d cjde whether they will be awlthy fs Bradfielda RegulatgKliBSat tl per bottle at drug COiVENTlCALLOUT Miners Are to Meet On Friday to Consider1 the Proposals of the PLACE OF MEETING IS General Belief IB That tho AVIU End the Strike and Accept tho They Meet the Chinese and Ah Sin Proves Too Much for Mitchell issued Ms call yesterday for 4lhe miidhtalkedof miners convention to consider the operators offer of d 10 per Increase In The conventilon will be hfeld at and will open oh Friday next Repre sentation to the cottviBntlon will be on the basis of one delegate with one vote for each 100 persons It is tine general expeetttWijn that the d8 clstoin of the conventilwb will be to ac cept tlie increase and return Quietness prevailed throughout the an thracite regions the call for the eoiwenition being generally accept ed as a signal ttor cessation of ihosCUi tles all There were many ex pressions of satisfaction by miners and operators and by merchants ami othr els In the mining section yesterday over ttio prospects ofan early ment of tlie Will Be Held In Music Music a adjoining the district capable of eeoitlng has been secured for the Tho national adquartes will be atthe Charles and n half Presi dent Mitchell and Ms staff will go to Scramton tonight or early tomorrow the probabilities are that the lieadquarters wall Be maintained In until the strikela as ft is toe metropolis the surBbrafiHxs The demonstration at Scranton tomorrow afternoontoeing work of arranging tihe preUmllnarles of the conventionwill be It Is generally bellevedi that a complete programme will be mapped out at a conference opi and that tills ylU be followed at tflifc conyontlon towing Minors Expected the The general feeilngat Scranton Is that the 10 per will be acT copted It and1 that the mat ter of substituting o fixed scale for a sliding scale In lih lower districts will be left to the affectaedi miners to settlewhen come to treat wltli their lospectlve employ ers under the provision1 of offet guaranteellnig nmces the employes onatter of yearly iiew scalle with ini each set of employee ssnttIng a committee to Wielr ennployer nnd Hhem reporting back cojiven tion candaicted under the auspices of the United Mtoc IHDIANS SAW A SKY They Were Snvngo and Killed Its Occu of Harry a newspaper returned yesterday morning from a perilous trip to the Hudson Bay country in which With nine white men and eight Indians sailed 000 miles up the east shore of that Knappen was assured by Eskimos whomhe met that sky boat had come Into the region on the extreme northeast shore of the bay two years before that it came to and that the savages who inhabit that country had killed the whlte men In It he was Andrees ill starred polar Ho la Beady to De who Is an Inmate of the Soldiers has selected a lot hi the cemetery in which he has dug grave and walled It with and It Is ready for occupancy whenever the owner He has also caused a shaft to be lacking only the date to mark the final resting place of De and oh this shaft he has caused a warning to be Inscribed against liv ing a life of Supremo Court In United iSfcates supreme colire convened yester Allthe mwmlbers of the court wereprosent except Justice Gray and JTietlee wtoo are absent at Justice Falter announced thatnomotionsexcept tliose for admdssion to practice before the court would be halt that the docketwould be called No Distribution of view of nu iheaxius Inquiries on the the navy department lias authorized the etatoment Hint up to there lias been no dtetrlbutlon afbouin1y money to the offlwrs and crews of the Amer ican sciuadroh wMah destroyed1 the Spanish fleet off Bngino boiler of a traotibn engine In a wood yard a1 Meridian and Kansas streets exploded with great force at 10 and as a result two or three men may Injured aie Hobert Albert and a man named Apprnlinl of Bnllwajr Property is found that at thepresentrate of the appraisal of railroad property in the state will not be completed before the of the next sessionof the legls has called for more assistance andwill probably get Fatally Hurt by an Oct Hen v was struck iby a switch engine tn Mllwaukee and Paul and wtoich Tesulted In his death a few hours He leaves awife and three the eldestyS years iof V7fU a Comedy After AIL Sergeant Stdblo reported to Oaptata Oollenui yesterday that the ihead ifound In a is a TT LI HTTNG OHANS CASTORIA For Infants and The Kind You Have Always Bought AVfegetable Prepncaticmror As similating IticFooclandRegula ting the Stomachs and Dowels of Signature Promotes DigeslionCheerfuf ness neillier norMiueral NOT OTIC A perfect Remedy for Constipa Sour Worms ness Loss OF Natives Near Hong Kong In Robollloii Africa Wet On a Standard tons following from tin tod B A German force enmc into collision with Chinese described us a few miles south oC J Tsln this Gcruwms were and compelled to retire on There Is reason to believe bhint the Chinese In this case were not but were LI Hung OUangs who tad been ooxlored to wait near here In view of the nossl blllty that the foreigners would bar Ills progress to the IteboU Attiick Hong Oct rebels attacked the market town of eight miles northeast of Snn tout were The people of closed their ex pecting to be attacked The troops here are being held Jn readiness for any and the police forces along the Kowloon frontier have been til Hunit Itonlly Starts for A dispatch from dated Oct says LI Hung whose visltto Peking had apparently boon postponed left this morn tng for Chinese The live Belgian engineers and fifteen milsslon aries who bad been kept prisoners f Da many weeks at fcao Ting but were recently released under orders from LI Hung who directed tlrat they have satfe escort to refuse to fearing treachery on the part of the Chinese escort Japan the A Peking dated says Tho Japanese retrograde move ment has begun and Jaipans forces In Chilna are being rapidly reduced It Is officially stated that half the army willl return to Several Japanese assert that the trains contain nariimunl The British aulflvorl tiles have ar rested a party of Peking Chinese for selling nimununiltion to the The Americans aiie making n search of the forbldidon city for the Imperial porcelain for but merely for the purpose of examining the iEWpjy BOTI115KS JOHN Noted Hper temler Way Womi Near All wol North Unlilng dispatch from Aliwai Cape dated Oct says General DeWet is reported 1xi be a few miles south of Wepener1 I the Orange river colony about seventy miles north of Allwal The Boers near here are hi a state of greal AH the outposts have been called and preparations are being made to defend the A detachment of Cape police engaged in recouuolterlng near llouxville some what less than halt way between All wal North and rodi out ot one end of the town as the Boers gal loped In at the other Twoinoutitei Australians were Some oi the Rouxvllle mercliantshavedcstroyed their stocks to prevent them from fall Ing hands of the dispatch from of 2 has the fol lowing General Butlers force has been pursuing tho Boers through Pll grims Best and He is now near Chrigstadt and Is still march Ing The Boers now here have mmde a standu Cape city of Lon don volunteers soiled for England1 yes their departure being attended by ascen eof tremendous enthusiasm Sir Alfred Milner In the course of an address thanking them for their serv ices to the empire told them that a still greater reception awaited them a1 Mow Itnle for he occa sionally smokes a Stew art wasrejected Saturday as an un delgraduate for the ministry board of examinations of theBock River Methodist H Is i re jection was preceded by a ses Over Thirty Years CUSTOM THE OCNTAUn NKW VOHK JEWELER S HEFFELFINGER HOB one of the beat Duos of J6wolry in Western SI All at special A full stock of novelties suitable for wedding lately Call and see COME AND QET Loans Made on Farm Property 5 at Low Commission Money Furnished Promptly Will Furnish Abstracts of Title and Write Insurance at Reasonable Town Property for Saul XXXXXXXXXXXXXTXXXXXXXXXXXDG O T F Y u A it E d o i N o to build a X bnru or a nice house it Is to yoitriu Sc Field terest to come and see We always I r carry the best grades of Interior sash and the best Cedar and Piue Brick and CoI Tito celebrated Dodge Also the best Hord and Soft Coal always IIog Cattle I the Only Wire Best Grade of Pos Our irrices are een Bay Lumber If you have Scotts Emulsion of Cod Liver Oil will feed the nerve that is cry ing for is and set your whole body going in a way to satisfy nerve and brain from your usual That is If ypu are nervous and irri you may only need more fat to cushion your you are probably Scotts Emulsion of God Liver Oil will give you the to ber gin i so far as Full cure is getting the you need from usual and Scotts Emulsion will help you to If you have not tried send for free jts agreeable taste will surprise SCOTT oi 40WI5 Pearl New and oo all HAMILTON ED LUOEY JACOB DAOEWtT LDGEY Carriage and Wagon Woodwork And General Carriages and Bunnies Painted and 7 In tho Best UptoDate All Kinds of PRICES ALWAYS Lucey and I Main North of Burkes MAGAZINES at Carroll Blank   

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