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   Carroll Sentinel (Newspaper) - November 15, 1897, Carroll, Iowa                                PART 1 j t vrr VOU iNOVEMBER WHOLE MODERATION M PRICED POWDER SO GOOD Member Consolidated Produce Stock Hennig to the Eqitable Produce and Stock Capital Fully GRAINand Consolidated Exchange Telephone Harrison Members Consolidated Produce and Stock OF lust Notice The two lignt at end of way under Music Hall and tee the linger pointing to the place where you will find the Finest Liquors and Cigars in the Frcih on tap during all buslnett Yours to HAM ILL IV The Palace Meat Market Daikers old Fresh and Salt Game and The best to be had in the We shall aim to gin our customers good ser vice and solicit your pat Opposite Court Carpets Woodring Son Show 06 different of uurpeU Body per UI5 Tapestry These prleon spouk for lliem Cull mid examine ihoiiuul Tho lino of Oiiuiiiliur buhuM lii I Ulaby eheupent in lUo Grower ANTHKll ftllllblo hulr uruUuuur Mou uy rutimdMl It not an Try u or MM or u Prioo porbot tlo 11 lu to viauiiu uiuuoy TUlu II 89U Wont Latkv blruv PROFESSIONAL JAMES ATTORNEY AT General prac Office iu Herald Car Everything in the lega line will receive prompt attention Office over rear end of Sehumaohe Fifth I Practice in state and fed oral Office on Main street over Niswougers flTTORNEY AT Makes collec tions and transacts other legal bust ness Griffith M flTTORNEY AT Legal business transacted iu both state aud federa Office over Marks Supnmt Court Atttrnty SALINGER flTTORNEYS AND COUNSELLORS Special attention giv en to the trial of cases In the district and federal Settlement of es tates and foreclosures promptly attend ed Longdistance telephone in office Office iu Gorman Bank I Will practice in state and Prompt attontioi given to Office over Weth erill v ATTORNEY AT Practice in al state and federal Commer cial law u Office over First National 0 Will pruutide in nil state and fuderul Collections niid all other business will receive prompt and careful Office In First National Bunk Pnuitloo Iu all courts uud mukod Fifth ovor Bargain DENTAL Teotli extract ud without pain by tho uid of nitrous oxldo Oflioo ovor First National Gun Is nil Otlluo on Fifth first stairway west of Taiutors drug Ou M and 7 and tlio Missouri 1aollli Railway fill sell liurvest oxeursloii tiekels to In iiilhiu at fure for round lillb Kor fiiftliur liiformutlou wrlto lath Ik Kuniuni CtU on tERMAN BANK of Carroll ohn Vive C a General Banking Lotnt Money Lowest AouonU lo its deposHois every uu oiuiuoilutioii uoiislstuiil wlUi sound Uuys uud homo uud ox POSTAL SAVINGS BANK Strong Recommendation by Postmaster General WORKS WELL IN OTHER COUNTRIES Xaoh Government Mont Popn lar Coin the Minimum Anionnt of De Varying From Five In India to One Gent In Free De livery Proven a first an nnal report of Postmaster General was made public Its feature wag the strong advocacy of postal aav Ings depositories as a scheme overwhicl Postmaster General Gary has workei for several months over the formula tions to be presented to the president and He recommends thai the adoption of a well organized system would confer a great boon upon a number of people and ultimately beo inestimable benefit to the whole conn The estimates of the revenues aiu expenditures for the fiscal year endin June total postal revenue for add 6 per Estimated revenue for add 7 per Total estimated revenue for 1899 estimated expenditures for deficiency for Came of Following is an abstract of re port The increase of the postal de flcit for is largely a reflection of the depressed business conditions which prevailed all over the United States the first three quarters of that There has been no extravagance of expend save that obligated by Re itererating the injustice inflicted upon the postal revenues and people by sec ond class mail matter carriage regula the enactment by congress of some measure to remedy the similarly pointed out by past postmas ters generals is As to this the postmaster general says If this were done there would be an end to postal deficits and the service could be enlarged and popularized by a broad extension of free delivery with out infringment upon the general re sources of the government and event ually result in the much desired reduo tionof letter postage of 1 cent per No of perfect organisation for the postal service has proved more effective than the consolidation of post Legislative roijtriations on development are to be regretted five mile limit consolidation innasure from the 18H6 postal appropriation bill Is Experimental rural free delivery hag bean generously Few ex penditures have conferred greater ben 3fits in and it has unques tionably proved a potent factor in at taining what should be a chief aim of granting the best possible postal facilities to the farming Poital The report reviews in detail the oper ations of the various branches of the The portion on the sub icut of postal savings in brief follows Vluuy millions of dollars is undoubtedly secreted by people who have little or no confidence in ordinary securities and monetary institutions organized by prk vute It is dead but if ts owners could bo inspired with abso uto confidence in the security of an in vestment it in altogether probable that the bulk of this fund would find its way into the channels of trade and If the government under took this task the service would un doubtedly be gladly accepted by the Their faith in the government The little which separately could hardly bo put out at would amount iu the aggregate to a sum that could be In vested to their It would Umd to cultivate thrift iu a urge class realizing tho advantage of depositing with tho government in lead of wuKtufully ami usohiKsly ix It would tund to bring into loser relationship lie government and ts oitizeus and develop pruutiuiil ami mduriug Thin growl hut patriotic sentiment and good citizen ihip constitutes a juwurful appeal tutosmuujihlp to muko u way for thusu wuoileout Suuoeufiil Iu Oilier The proposition is an accomplished act iu uourly every country iu u the British dupendouoios of both uiBpheroa and ovou iu Iu Groat Britain depositors Imvo of in aeon luulutud dwiug U6 uud iu 10 years ower Huwuiiitu lived nearly iu uuuduiu SO years exceeded vast uaouinulutiniiR huvu betni uiudo with the least possible losses to he govoruuuwts which gmiruntoo their wpuymeut and with u luiuiimuu of cost to thu millions of More huu u thousand postal savings accounts it European offices ure hold by ud over by those of thu luotit humble It is ostiunliully he buuk of this Thu conversion of the money ordoi ftlces iuto savings depositories would ftord move facility for receiving iu eiwst bouriug deposits than the lutoresi puyiug buuks do TUo moat UK gressive opponents are among tlie pri vate institutions engaged in somewhat similar though associations larger cities recognize iu it a Valuable feeder to the financial cur rents of the Security and not the rate of is the primary and essential condition of such a and bonds of counties and iinini oipalities aud real estate furnish an illimitable Comparing other countries the post master general says every countrj Tmrmits jtg most popular coin as th minimum amount of varying from 5 cents in India to 1 cent in Onn Maximum deposits vary from in France to in New Zea Deposits over the amount are nouin terest and in several countries the surplus is by law invested in na tional Both deposits and ac counts are usually France made a profit in 1895 of in handling aggregating paying 3 per cent Great Britain earned a surplus of after paying 2 per cent interest on made up of The average commission paid to post masters is 1 cent per Any ac count may be settled and withdrawn from any depository in the The telegraph ia coming into use as a means of Well Known JournalUt a well known GermanAmerican jour died here today in the 87th year of his Roser was one of the founders of the Republican party in He has spent the later years of his life in this Secretary Alf er Alger who is ill with an attack of tonsilitis is reported much better The secretary is still confined to his room and it will be some days before hit can resume his official THREE Murderers of Spicer Family Summarily Dealt MOB OABRIES OUT ITS KING OF THE DUDES Waldler Kirk Aimigueil Iu New Tork Police Court For NHW Waldier known as the king of the who came here recently from n of Six Human nelnri Drugged From a Nurth Dakota Jail and Hnnfted to n Huge Reef Were Aggravated by Declilou of the State Supreme Indian Paul Holy Track and Philip full blooded the first of whom was sen tenced to death for the murder of six members of the Spicer family last Feb and had just been granted a new trial by the supreme and the lat ter two selfconfessed accessories in tha were taken from the county jail In Emmous county Saturday nigh and lynched by a The lynching had been apparently coolly planned am was carried out without a break in the Sudden and swift retribu tion was meted out by the mob to the where the hanging took is about 40 miles from this city and off the Th news of the hanging was received here Sunday when a monntec messenger his horse in a foam from a swift and announces tlia three men had been Tho sheriff of the Peter wa in the city at the time the hnugiug oc cnrred and it was to him that tho mes senger rode in hot The men had been under the custody of Deput Sheriff Tom and they were taken from him by the mob and hangec to a beef windlass several hnndrec yards from tho where their bodies were left Deputy SuurJCT on There were about 40 men concerned in the They rode into Will iamsport on horseback and tethered their horses a short distance from the city that they might secure them again as speedily as necessary when the deed was The jail in which the pris oners were confined is a substantial stone structure aud was in charge of Deputy Sheriff Since the con of shooting Maudelbauin Saturday iu the Kirk was caref striped block and white red Ascot tie with a pearl pin and patent leather pointed uppers that matched the He stood before the bar holding silk top hat in his right Around his head and chin was wonud narrow bandage of white cotton to cover a scalp wound on the top of his His demeanor was He was brought to court by a police cap Muudelbuum was unableto ap jeur and a roundsman mndn the formal thitrge of felonious assault against Maudelbanms physician seut a oertificuto iu which he stated that he was unable to determine at present whether or not the wounds would re sult I urn represented by laid I will say nothing until I consult with Counselor Frioud appeared at this There being no bondsmen Kirk was locked up in tho irisou attached to tho None of lis friends wore iu Kirk do ilinod to make any According to the police Mandolbnum niled to find his wife iu her room vhen he returned to the hotel Satur uud he went to Kirks room and licked iu tho Kirk in said to mve tired five times ut tho One shot entered his body just above he heart uud one struck him in the roiux The others went Kirk uid ho shot iu declaring hut Miuidolbuum itruok him with a blunt Waldior Kirk is well known iu hlcugo uud His novel ideas u dress have uttructod wide attention NTEND TO KEEP UJxul of ItuMlaa Ihmiuncl of oon motion with tho auiiouucomout just nade by tho Uussiuu uuibassy to tho urkish government that Russia will ouuuid the unpaid arrears of tho Hus oTurkish wur iuilnmuity if the porto pplios any part of the Greek war udoutnUy to tin increase of urkisu it is now pointed out hut some time General Briulmout sub mit toil to tho porto plans for arming the forts at thu entrance to tho Boi Russia intimated that it would cotisidur this a hostile Iu duforoiictt to tho intimation thou given tho portc abandoned tho suomo Rus sias uttitvulo with rospool to thu pros out plans for reorganizing tho Turkish uiivy is uoubidoroil horo a logical rosult of iu ruoont pulley to koop Turkey AiTlvtH tit Genera and Wultor Uuitod Suites consul ul Suguu La nr rivtd Sunday uftiruoon on tho utoumoi Thoy wore wolcomod by the cuiisulur oDlvttrs of thig city uuil u large oompuuy of great has been the fear that they mighl escape in some that one man has here waa a of lodge of men in a building near uie and as Kelley was a member he ex pected to meet some of the members of the lodge after the meeting had ad To while away the time dur ing the night hours he was playing solitaire in front of the cells in which the murderers were About 3 oclock in tho morning there was a rap at tho outer door of the jail and Kolloy arose quickly and turned the key iu tho thinking that the persons he ex pectod to meet had No sooner had he opeued the door than the mob crowded inlo tho All of thorn were masked and the leaders curried ropes purchased for tho Kelley at once realized that tho mob had come ufter his The lyuohors were but Tho leaders presented a revolver at tho head of tho deputy sheriff and told him they wanted his prisoners and demanded that he opou the cells which they wore counned Kelloy but saw that resistance was useless uud unlocked the Their Two of tho prisoners were coutlned together and the other iu u sepimito Thoy had boon aroused from sloop by tho entrance of tho mou aud sut up half uwako and trembling with Holy Truck and Ireland were drugged from thoir ropes woro fastened about thoir nocks and they woro dragged out ou tho grounds after boiug told to prepare for Tho mou woro thou dragged to u huge boof which Imd been erected to suspend tho caivasses of slaughtered aud strung up ou u craus Loudot was tho tlm muii to bo U is reported thut ho was asked beforo ho was hiingod whether Black Hawk and Defender hud also boon concerned iu tho murder for which ho was about to bo Ho answered that they hud Tho rope which hud been fastened about his neck was then thrown ovor the crossbeam aud ho was ruisod off the ground uud suspended iu tho Holy Truck nnd Ireland worn so Hourly unconscious from tho effeots of tho drugging thut they did not real ize wliut was about to hnppou when tho about thoir uuokn were tossed ovor tho They woro umiblo to stand uud were slowly rnUcd fioui tho ground ou which they luy until then bodies swung iu the uir uud duugltu from ho wiudlusl with thut of The mob mounting their horses ami rode Thuums his daugh ter uud Iyearold twins and wore murdered on tho night of 18 oil tho Spicor Hour Tho crime wus discov ered the following duy by Wultor u fanner living uour who immodiutoly the mutter to ho T lie arrest of i ho ludittns incurred mvoral hours they bo ing fouud iu u druukeu TURKEY for 1Njrmaiit I Absolutely Pure Illustrated has sold the en tire includiug the plant and good to a syndicate of The editorship will remain with Francil the present and Degnerville will tako the business man Gvrtnan anil CiofT NEW Dor rum of has matched to t Charley Goff of i Waverly Athletic club of Yonken 22 in a 80round INSURGENTS AS Proffer or Autonomy With Counter NEW dispatch the Tribune from Washington says Important advices are expected from Consul General Lee in Havana thin By this time it is thought some idea should be had as to whether Gen eral Blancos policy is giving relief to the starving The pros pects of negotiations between the Spanish authorities aud may also be determined by the pres ence of General The insurgent lenders have already stated unmistakably that they will not Little hope is felt iu adniiuistutive circles that they will chnuge their an intimation has been t hrowii out that General Gomez and his associates in the field were waiting aii opportunity to communicate with the representa tives of the United States their pro position is said to bo that as this conn try has offered its good offices to Spain to end the it is competent to re ceive suggestions from other parties to the While the insurgents have not received recognition as belligerents they want to be treated as such in mak ing application for This is to make known through the consul general their to have the United States as interme diary with Spain iu arranging terms of but peace ou the basis of This it meant as a conntermovoment to the proffer of au Spain has already declared that Cuba cannot buy but tho insurgents dout care for While strengthening themselves in field they intend to do some diplomatio No special instruction were given General as confidence is fell in his A proposition from tho insurgents for mediation in aocord auco with the suggested plan might transmitted to but it would hardly go The feeling based on protty accurate is that before long both the Sagastt ministry and the will bt availing themselves of tho good of this though just how this will como about is sanguine olllciuls predict peace within three NtiurlmimllHuil The not of Sir Juuios Winter will formally smmi otllco ou Tuesday at Sit William Whitowuy uud his iu the ministry resigning their port folios two hours Tho new prtiiuior will immediately on attaining claim a representation for thocolouy of Newfoundland at reciprocity oonforoueo between Uuited Stated uud Cuiiada now sitting at His justiuVutiou foi thin stop is tho fact thut ho luto wheu soorvtiiry of signed reciprocity convention with fouudlund luted iu Tho UritUh govornmeut disiillowod this tiuuty OUUKO Ouuudii was not inoludod In preferential Now New rouudluud will claim that Oauada ii not entitled to uogotiuto for reciprocity wloumUiiiid U inuludod la tho May Qmut Wuiitlfuriii Soiiur istor for tho has promised Gon Woodfonl to ntudy tobacco prohibition and hm cuolod rehiil Bliiuco for information on Iu viow of tho improviug relations belwooit Hpuiu uud the Uuited Bouur Morot in inclined tograui Gonurul Woodfordn tivllt tlm NKW 8peu for vuurs urouriutor of lUo dispatch to from IHunos Ayrcw nays duuuiKed tho eixiis iu he ropublio luuit 10 Tho ospoudoul of AC tho hurvost of conwlu will be u third greater him it wug hiit kiuibi prouiue ftbovi tho For Ytuiug whort hornod bulU 1ohuul Ohiuu bouv vrM   

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