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   Carroll Sentinel (Newspaper) - December 14, 1888, Carroll, Iowa                                T DECEMBER WHOLE 605 II t SS t II DRY GOODS n a M a t II t II t II t II i II t We must ask you to inspect an elegant new lot of GOODS And Seasonable Dry Fancy Goods and Ladies Fur nishings of every We believe this selection of goods will please every A great stock ol FLANNELS AT BARGAIN WILL ATTRACT YOUR BEFORE INATGSTING IN be suro that you see the stock nt MOORES SHOE SIGN Golden For Ladies FINE SHOES Always go to Iowa Time rASSENOEK TRAINS 1 44 m 8 SB m 6 OS 17 lillchlen to 10 m 37 Boone to West 00 m PASSENOEIl TRAINS 2 10 m 4 B 80 in 0 1 85 in 18 to 7 m 80 to drum 7 80 m cnrioll to 0 Oil m 84 West Side to 00 m SIOUX CITY AND Arrives Leaves Sioux City a MIL m Movllle 80 in 8 10 in 61 Movlllo BO in 8 HO in 7 80 m 3 03 m AUDUIKW PASSENGER THAIN9 AT T1IAIN9 10INH 2 127 4 8 Way UK 0Local TRAINS GOING 1 8 IMViiy Mileage Tickets for sale at the Also Ex cess tiaggugo For further information Central Iowa By Time AT GOING 1 Paul it Minneapolis Paul Minneapolis 26 Mason City GOING 2 Louis Kansas City 4 Peorln A Kansas City 2603kaloosa Pullman sleeping cars and day couches on through trains without BAD LANDS OF THE GREAT PLAIN REGION AND ITS GEOLOGICAL ARTS The Largest And Biggest PRICES TO SUIT We offer a complete assortment of tlio newest and best of everything in Sta ple and Panoy Dry Ladies Boots nnd Shoes for Misses and at the Lowest Figures goods can be sold LEADING LINE OF FINE always kept nnd de liveries made We want Country Produce nt the Best QBIFFITH Main AKTS NOCKELS GENERAL CLOTHIERS AND LEADING MERCHANT eloped in thia Quantities of ro mius exist of extinct creatures typical of 10 Nowhero does the erosion of tho ancient ocks byicoaud flood seem moro uch a vast accumulation of drift saud3 and in places hundreds f feet in depth and covering hundreds of nousands of oquare miles in Science shows conclusively that our conti cnt is 0110 of tho oldest in its nany portions of it wero prepared for tho xistenco of man at a timo whoa Europe and ho east was slowly forming under tho ho extent of tho fossil remains of gigantic ut extinct animals shows that tho region of 10 Bad Lands was densely crowded by iving though now listed long before tho allied types now found i tho newer regions of Africa and Yederick Steams in Detroit Free Big Cities of Tho big cities of Japan are in the Island of which lies south of tho and which is several hundreds of miles long and at places 200 miles Hero aro tho chief agricultural tho manufacturing dis ricts in Tokio itself has a inhabitants and it lies in tho center if tho Its distances aro moro mag nificent than thoso of Washington and its izo is about that of Three lundred miles west of Tokio Is which las about as many inhabitants as and a very few miles off from this is which was formerly tho capital of tho em and which boasts of as many people as Kansas City or Dsaka is now tho New York of and with its may be called tho Mecca of tho Nagoya and Kanazawa aro cities each having over popula and thero aro a dozen other cities in each of which contains from to Thero aro countless villages and many small and tho land of Japan las beoii a semicivilized country for centu Carpenters PUNISHMENT OF AN IRREGULARITY WHICH IS SEED OF THE A NIGHT Have always a full Btook of the Best in the latest and in Furn ishing Qooda ot every description we carry the leading stock iu Western Oar prices are never MERCHANT TAILORING DEPT We employ a ilrstolaes and the best Our stock of Piece floods is always fresb and up to the latest in Eastern J3JT We guarantee nil our Yours Fifth NOCKELS OF OABROLL JOWA i Cnthlcr TRANSACTS A GENERAL BANKING BUSINESS OOIiIJSOTIONS u mid Bemlt muile lu Vault for HOLIDAY PRESENTS FINE Tim oldtHt iliiUmin tho bus itiu und llnost niul Hiilhs tu tho Ilu hits u unUiitliil soUCtiod of lino uoods sultuuk1 for liullthiy jnuatMiU Ilu suro to Htu The best Lowest HuuLh ot next lu Iliu Vho Uomo of Powerful Indian Tribes and Countless nerds of Origin of tho Term Bod Science if you vast nnd seemingly endless over which you mtiy travel oven by rail for days without loaviug and if by stage or wagon for Gontly Hko tidal swells upon quiet without a treo or tho surface greenish or goldon or dull purplo with sun cured Tho coo a cloudiest sky In September and you havo least fourflftbs of tho wbolo surface of It And this description applies uot only to Dakota but to tho by far tho largest portion of our northwestern territory out sido tho mountain This boundless prairio averages above tho about Its drainage and that of tho mountains behind it is by tho which llowi southeasterly fully miles within Da Tho Big mado up of two one taking tho water shed of tho Black Hills ot tho north and west and tho other from tho south and forms tuo principal iiflluenb of tho Missouri river in Al Uiuso waters aro clay colored and roily frou fina clays held In This great plain region of Dakota is wholly mado up of level strata of vast deposits tho chalk and other formed when n great inland sea covered this and other lito regions of tho After thodrainagi of this sea its bed lias sin CD hcou cut through by tho tho Cheyenne and other deep into tho level showing where you look from tho top of tho bluff bounding tho a turoiul of dull yellow finding its winding perhaps hundred feet or more botow through a flood plain of shifting sand and whicl varies from half a milo to miles wide bo tweon tho Tim flood plain at big watvr is covered many foot but at thJ season Is dry und irregularly covered wit cottouwood aspen Hko in their silve and bright greon Tho descent to th flood plains may bo bold or gently i Hero and there at frequent intervals tho writer shed of the plains finds Its way to tho rivers by u goutlo sloping valley or as it is down which teams und loaded wagons can cosily BELIEVED TO It Is curious to tioto that theso great plithia woro believed uutll very recently to bo worth less for any purpose of that they woro arid and desert liko and that no crops could bo raised upon them except by costly was tho homo of tho powerful Lacotahs Dakotas and hero roamed tbo countless herds of an ani mal without which tho Indian could notllvo whose skin gavo him shelter and clothing its body An animal that reckless slaughter boa mado extinct au animal whoso extinction has mado tho red niuu dependant upou tho whites for support un animal which could havo been doubtless easily domesticated aud which would huvu formed u sourou of food und labor sorvlco of groat valuo to this in which it was indigenous au animal slaughtered for tho moro pleasure of killing ita moat and Its hide abandoned its extinction is u blot upon of cruulty to Eutloti or UIKIII tho legislation of a people which ponulttud Notwithstanding the belief that thoso plains woro they wero and are covered with hardy wild these including tho buffalo or gramma consisting of low tufts of curling holding up hero und thero a seud looking for all tho world Hko un ordinary brlatlo counter brush In As itatud tbeea grassed cure on tho and furnish food moro nutritious than taino and oao which cattle can bo turned out upou tho winter through und come out In the sprlug fatter than they were lu the beginning of Then wtld groaitus are uow out by the farm stacked the same day aa und will keep good In stack for BO von or eight Tula buy crop forms u uourco of coah income to the aettlers until such time thoy con iu close tuuir lauds aud get other WUY CULLKD UAJ The Bad Lands BO not bucauso they were usuletu or but bocuuuo tliey wero bad lands tu travel accord ing to tho accounts of the early French voy agours up Che The Bad Lands form u cemetery in which tlio remains of ertiuct uuimula ore ubuudantf uud many of which woro giants In tholr from teu to seventy feet animala rvuchlni eighty foet in turlUvi whoso Ilipixirs roached tiftuuii uud birdHko crisiturea whoso wiugs Hprcml Iwcnlyttvo fwL Theso iihiatlu uuuntbly tho streiiliii uf dllturiiitf BtitiUi fliurly be long to tho later erotaceoun and uro foet thick and stretch from on tin westward ulonsf tho Cbuyeunu am White river regloni The geologlo ug which produced thia dupwlb wus tht ago ii tiylaudidly do tlanets perpetuate tho gods of Anil in tho dark serene oE midnight Liko ghosts of tho dead oer pathways wide Sucli spell Is thero In names 1 which shall not But as tho ages What mysteries to poesy allied Still In tho old mythology Ami stara secure their memorys lasting loosol lillo that each plimct bears its pagan name Tho gods aro And glowing hrlght Tho constellations clustring claim To hi letters of unclmuphiK Tho history of Other famo Is dullcl bcsldo tho blazonry of night A New Operation for As blindness Is ouo of tho severest afflic tions that can befall a man or so any discovery that will lead to its cure or re lief is of tho utmost A now operation has boon discovered by which tho sheath of tho optio nervo can bo aud even total blindness In somecases By the operation tho brain is also relieved of tho prcssura caused by tho fluid secretions in tho shontli which runs from tho brain to tho Four operations havo been One case but in tho other three tho patients sight was nnd themselves relieved of all pain arising from tho pressure on tho Surgery Is advancing while medi cine appears to bo at and as back ward us it was a century It is almost tho only science thus has not kept pace with tho discoveries of tho a Fineness of Threads of Boys gives an account of some very interesting experiments in the production of thui finest threads of glass and other mate Tho most rcmarkabln threads ho baa found aro thoso of Of these says torsion theso fibers of quartz would seem to bo moro jicrfect in their elas ticity thun any known thoy aro us strong as and can bo mado of any reasonable perfectly uniform in ns already exceedingly fine boyond tho power of any possible mtcro Tho tail ends of thoso that become invisible must havo moment of torsion of times less than ordinary spun though it is impossible to munii uluto with thorn is mi diillculty with threads less limn part of an Inch in Tiilklni to tho It is a wonder that brain fover and idiocy iiro not moro common uuiong infanta when remembers that 1H out of 100 babies aro with this an which there is 10 soon after their arrival in tho vorld it was a seot darling so it doss wusl Does C want to kyl It sall ky dua all it wants Its own booful Itty heurtuiiH ofitl What wouhl it pucker up its itty nouf to some thuy bcjozo so they desa and tlioy sunt joozo no they tho littlo swoet iicss of itl fiull it have on its own litty dessl it own booful IressrnuHl would it ky some ky wool hard if oo want Ul thero Iii tlio I bog yr but r you th floor I buvo that What limy I do for siri 1 wish youd hie inauugu th1 floor a bit itib ruuuin an1 like an1 th cornor over there li luiuuto ugu fUarcd hieup M bit mo in tb1 biickbiocr New York Evou lug Dldut UHVO to My father la a churcb Jobnuy Hos But my father Bays your papa cos be dont novor come tu nor put uothiii iu tho colluctlou box Johuuy bixivulyj my Is un bouurary uud honorury mouibera dont Lowell 1uwvr uf Xrudo Syatlxila I put out u nlgni Our groat sale bcglua today K tialol uobody wbub that Dealer Uf ooursu iboy uclthur do but Itll draw like u mustard Dout furgvt tu iiia ho the luttcij uud Detroit Froo Should Not tlio Criminal and Ills Prop erty no Held Responsible for tho Undo ing of tho In tho Criminal Tbo flrst object of tho civil law Is tho main tenance of tho rights of Tho fact that tho smallest personal right is at or even is enough to give jurisdiction to somo engine of tho law and tho laws is not done effectually until tho If it proves to bo a veritable is established nnd It is not enough that tho attempting wrong doer bo stopped at tho point which ho has bo pro vented from going or oven bo pun ished for tho past bo anil his property are held responsible for tho undoing of any wrong that has boon and for tho re ostablishment of tbo violated right In all its original vigor and All this is summed up in tho convenient word dam Human imperfections very often prevent law from reaching tho full consum mation of Its but any such result is always felt to bo reason for tho law itself to ho discontented with its When wo turn to criminal Jaw wo seem to havo fallen npon an entirely different atmos Criminal offenses aro primarily against tho state and with tbo excep tion of such few general crimes as treason and each of thorn involves some violation of on individuals Tho murderer Is hanged because bo has violated tho command of tho state to refrain from committing murder but tho crlrao has wrongfully extinguished somo individuals right to as well as tho right of his children or other dependents to Yet our criminal except in a few minor makes no effort whatever to vindi cate tbo violated personal rights or to make damages to tbo victim a component part of tho offenders Tho one object of our criminal system seems to bo the punishment of tho wrong doer and it seems to consider tho restoration or satisfaction of individual rights as a mere which may or may uot with out affecting tho success of its legitimate Under such a system it is perhaps fortunate that tho conventional and conveni ent blindness of Justice prevents her from seeing thu full measure of tho wrongs which her present theory passes complacently by from day to She draws lior sword against tho merchant or banker having been plundered by forger or ven tures to compound tho felony in order to get buck part of bis property but sbo does not protend to conceal from tho victim her be lief that tho recovery of tho projierty in any moro legitimate fashion is really no particu lar affair of Tbo barns and outbuild ings of an owner nro fired again and again by a concealed until even insurance becomes impossible tho criminal may at loot bo indicted and but the injured mans lost property is not brought back to him by such a punishment of crime Tho civil law will see to it that tho railway company whoso by kill or maim a passenger shall satisfy the lost rights of lifo or locomotion by a money payment to tho injured pelson or his repre sentatives if tho criminal law can catch und punish tho rufllun who has killed tho father of u It seems to caro noth ing for tho children of tho murdered man who nro starving or impoverished by tho loss of their bread Criminal which aro meant to bo places wherein jus tice is judicially do in such ways become very us tho scoffon places where injustice is judicially Why should It bo newssary that such an anomalous feature should mar tho fair out lines of human law Why should justice ig nore in criminal law that which Is her con trolling motive hi civil wrongs of tho injured Is it not possiblo to make tho very punishment of tbo criminal nearly as close au approximation to a satis faction for the violated individual rights as is usually obtained by tho civil law It may bo thnt such u change of tho point of view would ultor some points uf tho theory of law but would not tbo change bo for tbo batter f Very many persons boliovo intensely and honestly that thu worst uso you can put a man to is to bang him would not tho friends nnd opponents of capital punishment unity much moro readily on u lifo imprisonment ut hard labor for with restrictions on tho pardoning if tho proceeds of tbo hard labor wore to go to thit murdered persons after tbo essential injustice of capital punishment is not that it taken away the criminals forfeited right to but that it docs so iu u wuy which extinguishos forever tbo source from which tho murdered mans dependents bad a moral right to look for recomiwnse for tbo rights which hud been taken from In such cases tho furious und un destroys tho lifo of thu guilty without stopping to consider that it thereby mukiw tlio injury to thu innocent a periuammt Electricity may or may not bu a good sulxitltutu for tbo ropo Hrhups common sense uiut even handed justice might find a bettor substitute for It sconis hardly necessary to supplement or roonforco tho cose of murdor if tho point bo will taken any uumUr of criminal offenses will nugiist themselves to tho ixudor in whieh procivds of tho criminals ImrJ labor could bu justly and well as signed by thescnuiuing court to tho satis faction of tho personal which had boon injured or destroyed by tho Tims tlto stuU would still fulfill its function of pun ishing Imt would convert that function Into u gmirdmnship oC the rights of the iuuo ctmt and tho In vory many classes of tho tysUMii jtsolf wuulil supply a convenient und accurate mousum uf mmish How lung shall tho criminal nerve f Until tho gross proceeds of his labor shall mako good tho original injury to tho intli vidualor with The Con HANDSOME THINGS IN THE LINE OF at FOB THE HOLIDAYS 6V I8SS THERE WILL 1E GREATER AT TRACTIONS IN ALL DJSPABT3IENT8 THAN WERE EVER SHOWN AND AT LOWER PRICES BEAUTIFUL NOVELTIES All In Silverware will be and we desire goods sold cngrnved free of and articles suitable for presents at greatlv reduced Fifth CLOAKS AND WRAPS FO R MISSES AND Lowest Another Great Invoice of these Garments just Received at The largest nnd most complete stock of sen plnsh and in nddition to n full line of Modieskas and Wrnns of varied sizes 32 to 40 bust constantly on BLANKETS We have on hand 400 pivirs of blankets bought directly from manufacturers at very low on which we offer decided General stock complete in CALL AND SEE One door eiiat ot nations drug f We fire fully ns witb a full and complete line ot seasonable WAGONS AffiCARRIAGES LIGHT ROAD BEST SULKY AND STIRRING PLOWS Aud Mnchiiie Repairs of all We will show the most extensive assortment of 1IAK1 AND SOFT HKATIXG AXD Tm3 MUST COOK STOVKS AND that has ever been placed on eihibition in Carroll iou had better see Fifth Wetherill CHOICE REAL ESTATE DcHfring to make a change in my business J Sale for the next SIXTY DAYS following described property The nw qr of in Newton I iu Eden Tho no qr of nw and the mv qr of the no qr of ill Newton The w hf of the ue qr of I will oiler tor the The u hf ot the ue qr of ill Kichlnml The w ht of the so nud nw qr of the sw qr of iu Biohland BARGAINS IN CITY PROPERTY My lnt Hlwk Lots 1 anil block known as the or Joe Thomas beautl ly located in northwest nnrt nf Lot block a vacant lot in Knst part of can be boucht Lots at nnd block Arcadia Lot anil n bf lot block Coon known us the old Mlmilck Lot block known as the Fnilnn hotel second door north of uf Bhurt Drlck or ttouu is fust taking ttio ploco of Iron for bridgij uf short tjjjuiu on tho Iron uUuul thu itrnlu to which tuoy aro From tw tcathetio btuuilpuiiit tho utoiui urch is a graat linnravciuiiut over tho luvliud Irou Iruaa Duscoii Tuu Utumiu WiUiuut S When utiuij utauiixi wliidImvo lost tliiir a cunvouiouc nmtUuU is to nib them on tuo uiutsiuiicil llup uC tho uuvclupo to bo enough gum will bo found on thu Hup both to seal tho lutUir uiiU attuch tho TUo A Tula at Two pbiii I hiiva not been I buvo just conio from Ixmdoiv a I Her they got buss con then I Luctrlo HghUP wolll Dugout Olty aint Sotlec trio but wovo got u urontlw ot the This is un cxcocilingly il chean consiibrlnu Us value und property and can bo bought very 1lye acres of hind In southwest corner of the south half of aw or of luljnlnliii the driving This has running water and timber on It and would a very nice Lot block in Auiluhon Desirable lots In the towns of Uoone Headlo and llaml My Ice house and ice business will be sold It Is 40 feet niulwlll hold 500 tons of One iron gray mare colt coming H years very and One Iron gray horse colt coining a years make a nice single All iirmB are improved nud under and all but two have buildings ou This property is all uiy own nud I can make any reasonable terms to purclmoera without dictation from Anyone wanting a bargain in any of the foregoing property can secure it by applying promptly us it will all be withdrawn from the market in tho NEXT SIXTY in Tho Oorrnnu Bmik IIo fihuulil lluvo If KUU luul laiil up hia trmeuro Iu tui liu uughL tu Imvo lit tlilVtt HllVLll lULMOUa U IJOOU tf tKULticlio Iii tUuw lulor can stuiul Iu ViUl Wfiilh It IIILI tflim foinul that a yuo the neat ho until ttiu tUormonioler tu il below Tlicu liur wuiit save duekfl euu Iwelvu dogixtu lower aud out ou Cli CLOTHING Onr now Fnll Stock need no It is simply the best there and tho pricua being in tho We do want your attention to our line of anil want everyone to compare both prices and oller the liuesl lino of iiuliuliiiK medium weitrlit and heavy ever shown in and quality considered our prices are always the We carry tiie most complete line ot huts and and general furnishings in Western ooe JONAS NICHOLS   

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