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   Iowa State Reporter (Newspaper) - November 26, 1879, Waterloo, Iowa                              IOWA STATE REPORTER voiixniro 26 WATEBLOO WEDNESDAY ItfOYEMBER 26 1879 WHOLE NO 590 Iowa State Reporter PUBLISHED AT Waterloo Blackhawk County Iowa Trans iaoo ran YEAR IN ADVANCE PABROTT SHERMAN SOtton and Proprietors I1WI2WI3WI4WI3MI6MI 1Y AND SUCCESS a Inch S Inches 3 Inches gCol iHCol a 175 2 SO 350 600 275 37S 500 900 325 450 600 1100 375 600 700 1260 850 1000 1500 2500 1150 1600 8500 4000 60 2000 2500 4000 6000 10000 CLOSING OUT i AiIPnsiNOtlOO a square space insertion anS 50 vents for each subsequent Insertion I BOPESsiOHAiCAnD8Sli lines or less each additional line type 10 cents line and 20 cents a line It placed among read ing matter If set In black type fltty per cent Sawrates for Inserted at not accompanied with Ureetions as to time will be Inserted uritll no to discontinue and will be Immense Crowds Attend ing the Sales ntrctS ior time advertisements Can be terminated at the option of the advertl PftyWe quarter ay Transient advertisementsmust be paid for In advance ATTORNEYS ABSTRACTS OP TITLES A l8Tins opitodwd com JCl pared their Bowks of Blackhawk coun ty have removed the same to their office over First Rational Bank east side where they are prepared to furnish Abstracts without delay at reMoiabls rate Tltlei examined and coaveyancingcarefully done Going at Less than Cost lWj r Bead Read Read fABSTBACTS OP TITLES of land and JBLjtwn join in Blackhawk county furnished and eiaminfd promptly and at reasonable rate Jiy Abstract Books have been made after a careful ol the county records Offlce east ajdo Waterloo ETCOWIN J L HTJSTED ATTORNEY AT LAW Waterloo Iowa Office in Raymonds New Building LAtrosD JCStwttL ALFOKD fc BIWErIi ATTORNEYS AND OOUNSEtOBS AT LAW Q0 Iowtt Offlce OTer First National Bank Bast Side Hare a complete set of of Titles of Blackhawk county 293 cW MTZLtAsr ATTORNEY AT LAW Waterloo Iowa Offlce Boom 1 Woodruffs Block Commercial Street THOMPSON BROS LIST OIF BIG Thanksgiving AatPIIBASE OF THE ONB HfXDLIOTH IflALX Io of gmtcfnl praise and joy Angels and nif n their tonguefl employ With sweet accord To praise the Lord Above the clouds upon Rig throne Surmounting worlds to ns unknown He made the earth And gavo IB birth As faithful watch the shepherds keep Oier their wellbeloYeu sheep He will he nigh And hear onr cry He will supply our every need And lead us wher our soul shall feed ID pastures green Though now nnaeen For earth has sweet and flowery fields Bnt heaven a richer herbage yields Beyond the skies In paradise Then let 05 to His house repair Bowing in adoration there Onr tribute bring To Zions King The verlosting love w claim Vouchsafed for all mankind the same In ages past With trnth shall last O C M aira JHPBESTOK PRESTON A TTOBTSEES AND COUNSELORS AT LAW Offlce StreetWa terloo Iowa 118yl T ATTORNEY AND COUNSELOR AT LAW Offlce in FarwellManson Block East Side Waterloo LEWIS LICHTT ATTSNfVr REAL ESTATE AGENT Offlce in MausouTarwell Block But Side Wa tarloo Iowa Honci BOIES CF COUCH BOIES A COUCH AirOBNETS AT LAW Office over Leavitt John son Luacha Bank Waterloo PHYSICIANS CHAS H HOKTOJT M D AND STOLON Office in Union Block Fourthst Office hours 810 A M 13 and 79 PM Besdence at A C Bnnnells corner Sjca more and 7th streets east side 50S1 j DRY GOODS 8000 Yards Standard Prints at 5 cents 5000 Yards Sheeting at 4 to 8 cents 50 Pieces Gingham at 7 to 10 cents Big variety Dress Goods at 6 to 10 cents Brocades Poplins and Delaines at 10 to 20 cents 50 Pieces Best Make Shirting Flannels at 20 cents up Just the goods you want 25 Pieces Bed Twilled and Plain Flannels at 25 cents up 10 Pieces Table Linen Cheaper than Ever Before Cashmeres Alpacas Merinos Plaids 50 per cent Cheaper than can be had at regular prices 500 Pairjs Ladies and Childrens Hose at from 5 to 25 cents Piles of Comforters at half the cost of making them i s News Notes and Notions The Manchester Press tells of a recovery of a common sewing needle from the right hip of a young lady in Delaware county that was swallowed by her when a child fourteen years ago Winter has set in unusually early in Eu rope Deep snow is reported in Germany and France and during the last three days of last week the weather was cold wet and snowy in England The widow of Charles Dickens died at her residence Gloucester Crescent Re gents Park London Saturday morning after an illness of eighteen months About of specie from Europ is now on the ocean bound for New York We note in the Cedar Rapids Bepubli can that Gen E P Winslow manager o the Burlington Cedar Rapids Northern Railroad Company has been offered the First Vice Presidency of the Manhattai Elevated Railway of New York city whicl he will probably accept Edward Holmes colored aeed sixtee was hanged at Charleston South Carolin on Friday for the murder of a twoyear ol daughter of A B Hampton in Union coun Mr Bingham employed by the Illino Cestral Railroad Company at Fort Dodg as yardmaster was accidentally killed o Thursday night while at work He wa assistingin uncoupling cars on the grac near Fort Dodge and stepped back to un couple one engine from the other Whi engaged in doing this he slipped and fe and the locomotive passed over his bod cutting him in two Bingham has bee employed by the company at different pe riods and sometime ago left his positio as fireman to follow fanning Becoming tired of this he again accepted a position with the company as yardmaster The ol icers of the road speak of him in the high st terms The annual meeting of the Iowa State jrange will convene at Des Moines on Tuesday December 9 1879 There are 1 Cord of Wool Blankets your wifes mother Shawls at your own prices Buy andplease Come and see them OK J M BAII aaaasOfflce in Lincoln P Dr Ball is also U S Examining Surtoon for pensions T A ROSE DEXTIST Offlce in Burnhamg Block East Side Entrance djcamorq street DRS BAXT05T dfc BOBEBTS HOMCEOPATHISTS Office next door to Postofflce Bridge street Wateri loo Iowa Dr Bantona residence atunglo of Fourth street east side where ho may be found from B p w to 8 A M DK C P DENTIST Offlce over Bohinsons Store Commercial Street Waterloo Office hours from 8 a m to 5 p m D W CKOUSE M D PHTSICUN AND SURGEON Offlce over Shutts Barbers Drug Store Side S to 10 A M and 2 to 4 p M Oflice hours IV EDDT PHYSICIAN AND SUBGEONEait Waterloo Office over Dr Buruharnsdrug store Besidencfl t wo blocks from office tovrard Cort House Calls in city or country promptly attended to Is going fast We can save you 50 cents on every dollar you purchase in this line 1000 Lbs Cotton Batting MUST BE SOM A1 ONCE MISCELLANEOUS M H MOORE CO AGENTS DEALERS INLUMBER AND AGRICULTURAL IMPLhMEMS cant side near public square J MOSHER TUSTICE OF THE PEACE office Fourth street over Thompeon Bro JOHNSOIS BAXKTPS Waterloo Iowa Money to loan on choice improved farms at lowest rates This stock must be sold We offer yousome Job Lots in this line 60 Pairs Ladies Button Gaiters made by Saucer Co Philadelphia and Burt Owens Utica N Y the best goods in the United States which cost to will be sold at to Get a pair Ev ery thing in Ladies and Misses Shoes fine and heavy The Womans Christian Temperance Union of Iowa will petition the legislature the coming winter to submit to the voters an amendment to the State constitution prohibiting the manufacture and sale o strong drink The audience at the State oratorical contest recently held at Oskoloosa took a vote oh theirchoice fyr President while waiting for the judges to decide and the result was 20 for Grant and 201 for Elaine A friend of Profc Tice suggests as a rea son why the stars failed to come to time And exhibit their skill in the pyrotechnical line on the 13th was on acconnt of the re cent rains the damp weather having injur ed their ammunition consequently the show was unavoidably postponed Leadville is in a state of anarchy The LOOK HEBE STBANGBE A Pair Mens Boots at A Pair Mens Kip Boots at A Pair Mens HandMade Whole Stock at hanging of two desperadoes by the Vigi lance committee last Thursday has had the effect of consolidating the lawless ele ment of the town in an organization for selfdsfense Wholesale assassination and the burning of the town are threatened A decision recently given by the Supreme Court holds that it is essential to the disso lution of a copartnership to publish a no tice of such event The terms of Postmasters in the follow ing places in Iowa expire during the months of December January and February Ames Burlington Cedar Falls Centerville in Clinton Glenwood Iowa Falls McGregor Missouri Valley Monticello and Shenaudoah The salaries range from to 84200 a year About three weeks ago James Hasan aged 50 married Mrs Mary T Gardner at Monticello and the Monticello Express now chronicles his arrest and incarceration for bigamy it having been developed that Ha gan has a wife and ten children in Adrian about three hundred granges in the State The Clear Lake Mirror writes np a Piof Will Harrington a music teacher who de erted his wife and family at Clear Lake eaving them to become county charges he dances around the country play ng lady killer and living like a lord he Mirror says he was last heard from at some point on the Illinois Central be ween Waterloo and Dubnque Bishop Hennessy of this State in an ad ress at Waukon a few days aso claimed mt the Catholic chorch of this State con ists of one Bishop 200 priests and 200000 eople A new icently heen experimented with in Cin ncati and elsewhere and with jurprising results By means of it the deaf can hear and the deaf and dumb are being taught to understand spoken language It1 catches the sound vibrations and conveys them through the teeth and bones of the head to the nerves of hearing Spirit Lake Beacon Just before ser Council Proceedings Council met in regular session Monday evening Nev 24 The Mayor and all the trustees present except Messrs Neelr and Place Petition read from W H Cutler and others for a street lamp on Sycamore street east side at the northwesterly cor ner of block No 13 Referred to commit tee on gas The committee on finance recommended payment of the bill of Parrott Girton Sherman for which was adopted The following bills against the city were read viz ir C0 3 for calaboose 2 91 G flT Gilbert 1 1 35 S Eickelberg one redicer for hose 5 00 E M SmitU 4 Co coal for steamer and west side engine house 44 95 Joseph Tynan burying one dog i oo Beck i Nauman lumber material and labor on fire platform and engine hosse 4c 26 The bills of J T Coolidge Co and W Gilbert being properly certified to were on motion allowed Communication read from F S Eickel live and working ber secretary of Water Witch engine ud hose company reporting election of he following members of said company iz Will Garbrant W S Michaels 1S79 Daniel H Bruu Aug 4 Iharles Brown Nov 3 Dropped from he J C Durland Sept 1 Honor bly E Tuckey Aug 4 M jearn and M P Messenger Sept 1 Oa motion the action of the company was ap roved Communication read from P P Lem er secretary and T Wiley foreman tating that G Hartman was honorably iseharged from the German hook and idder company Nov 10 1879 having erved ten years The following resolutions were adopted By G J Mack Besoloed That ommittee on fire department be instructed o procure a suitable look for the steam house and one key for each of the olUwing persons viz Chief engineer ngineer fireman foreman of engine corn any city marshal and each of the west de police Said keys shall at all times imain in the possession of the parties to horn they are furnished that no other eys be furnished to anyone that said jmmittee be instructed to cause the ar st of any parties unlawfully gaining en to the steam fire engine house by e use of keys or breaking doors windows fastenings thereof By H Smith Unsolved That the side walk along lots Nos 1 and 2 in block 3 Virdens addition to the city of Waterloo being along the southwesterly side of Mulberry be ordered rebuilt said walk to be of sound 2inch pine plank five feet and four inehes wide spiked to three suitable bearings of not less than 2x4 inch scantling By G W Miller Resolved That an Order be drawn in favor of B T Hitt for the sum of twentyone dollars for a side walk assessment of that amount erroneous ly returned by N Doty street commis sioner and that the same be charged to the east side street fund vices commenced atOfcobojilast Sunday afternoon Mr James Helms dog tackled a skunk near the school house coaxing out of the beast probably the worst stench that has offended nostril since the morning stars sang together With a pair of dig its on his nasal appendage Elder Eighmy assured his flock that Okoboji wasby odds he strongestpoint on his charge Grand Receiver Wadleigh of the A CL U W has paid out to the heirs of hirtynine deceased members of that order n Iowa since he assumed the duties of the office in February last There is about 52000 of the yeliow fever fuud in theState Treasury of the order awaiting the settle ment of certain questions to be decided by he Supreme Lodge before disbursement THE LATEST latest rumor oncerninthe lease of the Burlington dar Rapids Northern railroadto the church I I hnrfidavl nrnnlH fn pastors of the churches in this city which unite in hold umor only it probably found in last Wednesdays Chicago Tribune as follows The conundrum as to who will finally wn the Burlington Cedar ICapids t North rn railroad has not yet been solved Ever ince it was announced that the Rock Isl nd had succeeded in leasing this property lere has been a tussle to secure the mendraent of the contract as was done fhen the Chicago Northwestern had ar anged for its lease The contest has been triangular one The Rock Island Bur ington and Northwestern roads were fight ing for its possession and each line was determined to succeed in the end It now looks as if the Rock Island will be suc cessful This road and the Burlington have joined hands and made an agreement that seems to be satisfactory to both The Burlington had no use for the road would suggest to the business men the propriety of closing their places of business upon that day or at least for a season sufficient to allow and encourage attendance upon the services As has been suggested in the proclamation of both the Governor and of the President we have more than ordinary occasion to manifest a devout and thankful spirit for the mercies of the past year The pastors would especially urge the members of their churches to be present at the services of the so arrange their social and domestic affairs that time and place may be afforded for a recognition of the religious element in the day Signed by the order o the Ministerial unu uu use ior IUQ roan J other than to prevent the Rock Island or Association E iLtuncESTBy Secy RICKBK D BALERS IN LUMBER LATH SASH DOORS i Office and Yard on Sycamore street east Bide near Logan House 440tf 200 240 Mich and is also a grandfather A sharper named Frank Morar selling bogus rings throughout the State Northwestern which ever might get it from competing with it on the Burlington business Tto Mtmin T linglon was it also desired to continue its use as an outlet to Minnesota The Rock Island York Tribune editorially calls To keep its rivals out of Burattention to whisperings about trouble in s its principal object although New York State Treasury and asks ired to continue its use an now asrrees on condition that the Burling Governor Robinson is it true that you have had reason to suspect the action of ton will take no further hand in the conyour State Treasurer Is it true that your test to turn over to it that part of the I Comptroller bas reported to you that he roa from Burlinton t lu We will sell these regardless of cost H F KICKERT PAIKTERGBAINEB and SIGH WRITER Shop on Water Street between Fourth and Fifth cast aide Orders promptly attended to 392yl J C X SURUEOX AND CATTLK DOC1 V TOB Office and Infirmary on Wost Fifth strrnt between Jefferson and Commercial near Capwclls i coal yard Ontara may be left at the American ing lluuee on Commercialst west side OUR HAT STOCK Is going like fun Drop in and get a 40 cent wool hat I 11UU nfti scnlins sniniof the liost conilmnlps In the Tniteil Offlrvjn Biirnliams Dlork W H OULiini represents the Kami of the Phciiix of Brooklyn BUT THOMPSON BEO ifh onri Q clan a rrronrrior road from Burlington to Columbus Junct ch and s also a grandfather mOesand also to ive it j cannot a from the A sharper named Frank Moran has been a fair opportunity to use the line for State Treasurer and is apprehensive Is it lling bogus rings throughout the State Minnesota The Rock Island peotrue that you have finally felt forced to which contain Jengraved names such as j Ple now they wil1 clear sailinjr employ an expert named Richard Wilks Mary Laura Kate Jennie etc He sells i whom you have put in the Treasury to tnem tor each and they am t worth a i efforts made by the Northwestern to pre1amine St and tVom whom thc reports are ncce vent the confirmation of the lease I bad The Board of Capitol Commissioners has completed its annual report and says that the Capitol can be completed in 1882 if n sufficient appropriation is made this winter A female fraud who collected combings STRUCK IT RicuThe Stale Register THE offic1 canvass for he November Saturday gives the following piece of news p which if correct will be very gratifying tojsJLel liutler il s many Inends m this vicinity j 0 Burr Democrat 221710 Peter Sutton consolidation of the Edison Tele1 27207 J L Richardsoa AUC vwLiauiiuuiiuii ui Ll i u ruisou 1 i Tui u tVluIlarUSQI phone Company with the Bell Telephone j Prohibitionist 321J and scattering 83 Yimnnnv nnncasl thn a This lht VJonn Uifunc u A i her into Mitona cartured her and hwna n e Democrats 7A422tbe Greenback men 34 SAUNDEUS WKAVER COMKCTIOS AND IXSrUANCK MONEY TO LOAN flMIK Wnterloo Building und Loan wil JL offer money on tlixlatand 3d Mnndaj evRnings of oiuh month it tlic odlro of tho WATT PAURUTTPriKiilpat LEWIS UriITYSov iBAMKi We would sny to the public that Mr Andrew Tliompson expects to lctirc tlie nsincRs as soon as the stock can be disposed of and the Hvim business settled up This is the cause of our closing out our stock Mr T C JTJDD will assist us in closing out our atock THOMPSON BRO Fouth Street tast Side WATERLOO IOWA formerly Superintendent of the amour and rade them disgorge as well as have mafe Kranlfaandrai doli foot the expenses lars in the deal His friends will be j The railroads report the sale of 76000 Phased at this freak of good fortune be Prohibiiionisis 3JO I excursion ticket to the Grant at The n A MK HiMMKii living u few miles out u town broke his collar botie in a somc THE first case under the Massachusetts i singular manner last week He was in the bottom otubcuiir ci1 i court has inst been his gun at some dtukj but not havinjr nf n f c of the number of visitors to the city on that e i gun a some tuj ut not occasion f Clded att 1M in ft V for it firm against his shoulder hc rscoil The commanding officer at Hock Island ln8t wilh wOKO lha1 il lhe resalt kno j w v o furnished iquor to a im n who n resisti 83 statcd ttbovc toiown and had   

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