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   Waterloo Courier (Newspaper) - May 16, 1883, Waterloo, Iowa                             VOLUME 243STUMBEE 48 WATERLOO WEDNESDAY WHOLE NTJMBEB WATERLOO COURIER City Council Proceedings THE LIMEEILtt CLUB A terrific tornado devastated a por tion of Kansas City last Sunday after noon Three funnel shaped clouds followed each other over the country the last one striking the city The damage to property is roughly estima ted at and up to midnight Sunday night three deaths were re ported and several others badiy woun ded The damage to property outside of Kansas City is placed at The tornado in Missouri seems to have been more extensive than at first reported The western and southwes tern partsbf the State appears to have suffered terribly The town of Oron ago near Carthage was almost entirely destroyed and six persons killed Near Macon three persons were killed and at Brookfield the casualties number five killed aud fifteen wounded A large number of persons were more or less severely injured and the damage to property was immense The same day a tornado passed over Sturgis Mich severely injuringseveral persons and damaging much property Statistics recently collected by Ger man scientists show that two persona m every 1000 stammer This would make about 2500000 stutterers in the worlds population That stammering m most cases may be cured without medical aid is an established fact It is caused by the inability of the tongue to keep pace with the thoughts and all that is necessary to correct it is to talk slowly in a drawling way Stammer ing is a disease of advanced civiliza tion Xo Indian was ever known to hesitate in his speech and among the savage nations of Asia and Africa and the isles of the sea such a thing as stam mering was never heard of A Porte City correspondent of the Des Moines Register tells of the ap pearance of glanders among horses near La Porte City He says Farmers and owners of horses in this vicinity were considerbly surpris ed a short time since by the discovery tutit there were several horses in our midst afflicted with the glanders James Ellsworth living east of Mt Auburn owned one some time ago that was afflicted with some peculiar dis ease the character of which could not be determined It was pronounced glanders by some but was thought not to be by others The animal not get ting any better and to be on the safe side Mr Ellsworth killed it but not until the disease had been contracted by a team which has since been killed rhe latter were purchased of Mi E by O V Christopher last spring The horses were known to be ailing hut were not thought to be glandered To know the facts in the case Mr Chris topher sent for E A Howe of Maple tofij Minn a practicing physician and an expert veterinary surgeon D C Keliogg left Sun day for Chicago and New York Citv onbusiness He will be gone a week or two D II Ferguson oE BoekfonJ Ills was in the city last week looking after Ins property interests here Major G I Torbert of Dubuque was m the city last Thursday Peter Meleudy was in the city last week He has been at Cedar Falls for several days arranging for selling his property there his motherinlaw Mrs Mary B Golinvaux leave in a few days for a trip to Europe They will go to Luxemburg where ilr par ents are living and will visit other friends They expect to be gone about two months and a half MrsThos Stitts and Mrs Court Heath of La Porte City were in the city last Saturday visiting with Miss Indie Wallace GeoN Switzer resigned his position at the Key City House at Dubuque and has come back to Waterloo Mrs Miller of Evanston Ills is visiting with her sister Mrs W A Sickles in this city Mrs B A Richmond of Dubuque a daughter of exGov Hempstead is m the city a guest of Mr and Mrs T X Kellogg Wormer of Detroit who is in the city for the purpose of arranging matters in connection with the agri cultural works informed us yesterday that he thought the stock company would be complete and organized in a few days and nothing would hinder the works being in operation in 30 days He said that he thought it would be best to mauufacturethe Ironclad Mow er and sulky hay rakes for the princi pal articles Mrs Edwin Mesicfc left last Monday morning for Lockport 2f Y where she will remain about six weeks visit ing with relatives A IIines of Manchester was m the city yesterday 5 bene A A Saunders of Sacramento Cal has been in the city for the past few days visiting with his brother II II M E ABlakeman of with is also visitinS Hon M C Woodruff of Dubuque Hi6 Clty shakBS hands with old friends the last week The President on Monday appointed Jas Fletcher of Waverly to be IF S Consul at Genoa Italy We congratu late Bro Fletcher upon his good for tune m securing such a desirable po BoAiin OK The city council acting as a board of eq uali7Ation have finished their work on the assessors books and have posted the lists of the pieces of property upon which the assessment was raised They willbold a meeting at the council rooms Tuesday evening May 22 at 7 30 oclock at which time all who are not satisfied with their action will have an opportunity offered them of pre senting their reasons for such dissatis faction The assessment was raised on 8 parcels 37 on the west side and 48 on the east side The increase ag gregates 519033 which 510090 is on west side and on the east side property T MCougar of Lafayette Ind is expected to lecture in Cedar Rapids about the first of June after this city on her and Gou gar will also ls here MONDAY EVK May H Council met in regular session Alford Cooley H Smith and J II Smith Petition read from Fred Ischer sr and 79 others asking that G B Cohn be granted a license to sell ale wine and beer On motion consideration of said petition was postponed until the next regular meeting Petition from Union Mill Co el al read asking construction of stone gut ter on northeasterly side of Water st from alley in block 4 to sewer leading to mill race Referred to committee on streets and alleys G W Hafar street commissioner reported that the stone gutter ordered last summer on northeasterly side of Fourth street had not been built Committee on streets and alleys in structed to see that order be complied with Amended rules of older were if port ed by committee and on motion adopt ed Following bills against the city were read and referred to committee on fi nance H Heyer hauling engina to fire L P Walker labor on eng hsc 250 Beck Xauman windows for engine house 315 A McFarlane labor 025 C B Stilson recording deeds s70 Gas Co gas for April11050 The following bills were allowed W H BrisbinandC W Lichty ex tra labor at cheese factory fire and L Berkley evergreen trees for east side park 51075 Communication read from C D Jones secretary Waterloo Gas Co stating that lamp post at corner of Ilfth and Railroad streets was broken by a runaway team some time since and the company awaited instructions as to what should be done Referred to committee on gas Invitation read from committee on invitations asking the mayor and coun cil to participate iu the exercises of Memorial Day Communications read from the diff irent fire companies reporting election of new members Referred to commit tee on flre department The motion to reconsider the vote by which the resolution authorizing the W I 2vf Ky to lay its track on cer tain streets was taken up and motion carried On motion of Mr Alfonl said reso lution amended by adding at end of nintrfiine of second page the words and over and across or along or upon the road known as the Mullan Road extending from near the end of Com mercial street towards the Blackhawk ireek bridge Also on motion of Mr Alford amended by inserting before the word provided on second page the follow ng Also said company is permit ted to lay down its track on or across or along and upon any alleys which it may be necessary to cross or pass along or over on either of said routes defined as above On motion of Mr II Smith it was amended by striking out on page third on tenth line the following The same where outside the Paul survey to correspond as near asmay be to the Paul survey where made On motion of Mr Alford the follow ing words were added at end of six teenth line on third page But in ase said company should lay down its rack and locate its line along tHe Mul lan road and across Commercial street on what is known as the old Dubuque PaciBc Ry grade the same shall oe done and maintained without lower ing the height or impairing the strength of said grade Resolution as amended was then unanimously adopted on roll call On motion Mr Alford the consid iration of right of way ordinance was postponed till next regular meeting On roll call W L Hitchcock was ap pointed street commissioner for the west side Bonds of street commissioners were fixed at 32000 for the ensuing year H Smith offered a resolution that the bill for the lamp post corner of Fifth and Bluff streets which was de stroyed by the runaway team of James Weekes be presented by the marshal to him for payment Adopted II Smith offered a resolution appro priating to aid in defrayin ex penses of Memorial Day II Smith offered a resolution that committee on police have roof of cala boose painted Adopted Mr Cooley offered a resolution in structing the east side street commis sioner to grade and macadamize Fourth street from southwest side of Franklin to center of Lime street Adopted On resolution of Mr Alford salary of health officer fixed at S100 per annum instead of Official bond and oath of W M Ben ton policeman read and approved and official oath of Dr Brown health offi cer filed Council adjourned Maybe She Was Mad The Jndga A woman entered a saloon in Jersey City kicked over a smashed a dozen glaaseaj shook her fist under the batkeepers nose and called him a fiend and led her husband ont by the ear The barkeeper frou OTCC the Ktune closed one eve significantly and re marked to a terrified customer fly chinks maybe slio vas mad abond AUNT DKAHS HY1IX Augusta Chronicle Deeinner see do mote in do Christian eye He cant see the beam in he own Ho had better go homo an1 keep ho house clean AD let rods chillen alone Im gwine homo to glory Gwino to do shinin town Gwino to toll my story An wear the golden crown Dc ninner find fanlt wid he knows not what Cant pnt nuttinbetter in de place Better fo er nockin on de solitary path An git aboard do old ship o Grace For de lightnin it am Tho thunder load do roll Do mitey wave aia dashin Oh sinner save yonr soal Do sinners stnmblo on in cr great big crowd Er gropin wid do halt an do blind Dey makes a heap of noise to keep their spirits But theyre lacbin of do Christian raiud Dont turn to Satin callin But tak do helpin hand Twill sport you in yonr toilio Long wid tho chosen band hadthetter keep time to do music of jusit An1 jino in do singin wid de bind an try mitey bard to be among do fnst Bat am pnshin for do promised land Whar de holy lamp am btirnin ViTiar da uainto in glory stand To meet do soul rctnrnin Homo to de happy land POT Jo gospela train tomin on fast Sinner gjj or ticket whiloyou kia It s croiTQert wid do saints an will pnai oa If Jon donlhnrryupangH in Im girhio home to glory To happy land fza Kwino to toll my story Att1 wid de blessed staoi Tho Address of Hon Higginbottorn Lawless on Sentiment Ueuerous Offer From Inrllumentary quoKt of Uusiueas ToroutoA Detroit Froo Presa I wieb to displsin gaM Brother fiirdnet an he adjusted his spectacles and brushed up his front hair wieh to disjoin Uat do Hon giuboltom Lawless of Kosoiusko Misa am prcBOut in do aunty room an buroiu1 to dolibor hia celebrated address on Seutimeut He arrovo head threo or four days ago ail iiaa fiuished my Jas barl of apples worn my Suuday coat rigUtalocesu will bo a dead head on ma till ho kiu upoko Jia pieco an cotch a mixed freight traiu jwiuo to Toledo Do committee will escort him au if dat water pail am upset or any lamps knocked dowudoorin hia delibery do guilty wretoh or will receivo a leasou dat will re maiu solid for a hundred yaru Tho Jlon LawleBS appeared with pair of rod mittens in one hand ami a lenioii in tho other and such was his placidity of mind that when ho bit into ono of tho mittens in place ol the lemon he never even changed color He lizod up five feet aud nix inches intelligent ei preseiou head cast in tho shape of a pear and feet Urfio enough to tramplo an oniou bed out sight Ho mounted tho platform like a ot BighL Ho mounted tho pWfWute FRIGES Wl11 PaV to eveme a callbefore purchasing elsewhere 68 Commercial Street ah under do oacred ebiuRlcs of Taradiso M HAYS OLD Co i1 luvseii Bianauv bcih under do Bacred Bbingles ofTaradiso hail tttiueturo vhcmo name am a household lySSftSsSFSEs OENTBALPABKOBELISK subjick ob my address am Sentiment What am BouUmenty Whardo we git it an What am it worf by do pound when 3e miVket laiAwcr dat sentiment am a Bort o lasaoa an muuli eurrouudin do s eurrouun do heart In soraa CEBCS it hardens up an to Btun whilo m oddDrs it thias out until de L i ln aupond 6wetnc3B lAp laiiae Sentiment has considerabul to Go ia obeiy ackBbun in our obcrvdav life It am biznegs when you start out to borry a pan of Hour or abaBketob tatera It am senti niont dat cauaea a imybur to lend ioatead of acktuates de lazy an de ahiftleea to sot out an beg cold vittles an old clothea an dimes an juarteru Sentiment acktuatea women U Bhcd teara ober cm an an np wid ufl to loaf on fnr another ieu wo have a kickin hosg our sen timent am pealed to We argy dat do safety ot our loved one reqnirea us to trade dat auamile off to aoino preacher who wanta aner feckly reliable hosa IJata ono kind of seuti When wo buy ou excnrehuu ticket to Iviagana JaUs an roach do grand cataract arter a thirty hours sweat on cattla cars do immense waste of water peals to anoddor aort o eentimeut we luv wo reveal another pnasa of sentiment If do gal am Wchtoned an noh de sentiment ami all solid If she am only average an1 in debt fur her las corset de sentiment am party thiu an wont last My f rens uentiment writes ijoetry wid ona hand an tans do hacks of de chillen wid do odder It guides our thoughts to friends ober do sea an eenda old clothes to relashuns in Wisconsin It makes us shed tears fur da dead and yit warna us to cut do undertakers bill down 10 per cent Sentiment tollausto Inv our fellow men an yit whispers to uri to lock our doahs an1 place torpedoes in our hen roosts Sroaual I have been Jookin into de matter fur de lair fortyeight yars an I has cum to de conclushnn dat it waa a wiao thing if purvide de hnman raco wid sentiment 1 it had bin left ont by any accident in de mmn do bes man among ua wouldnt hava got a bid if pnt up at aucahun along wid a lot of fenoo posts I could talk to you for three straight weeks on dis subjocV bub obsarviu dat my half hour am np I will chop off right heah an hope dat it may be my pleasure at Borne f ucher day to meet you agin Any pusson who wante lua fortune told will find mo iu de anntyrooin fur da nes two hours Cheera and yells The eecretary then announced tho follow ing communication from Toronto Ont JJro Gardner DEAB am one of tho fifty citizens of this place who will chip in 3200 each to build a Iaradjst hall for you in Toronto if you will remove your headquarters Business ia busi ness Answer yea or no G A F If was a werry kind offer replied the president but I was forced to decline it We sanow got a membership in Canada of ober 1000 an1 reckon de time am not fur distant when wo shallhave branches at Toronto Lon don Quebec and Montreal If we tried to move tho main tree to n new locashum wo might lose all da sap Shindifj secured tlio floor to ask for information and read from a aip of paper as follows If I offer a reeolushun dat do meetin ad journ an Knrnel Taylor moves to amend an Jndgs Ashapoo moves to strike out all artor do enactin clause an do Bev SpooDor movea dat wo donate 310 to do heathen which motion likes do cako Xo more at present Yours trnlly Brother Gardner looked down upon tho man like a thunderstorm glaring at an English sparrow and there was something chilly in hia voice as ho replied Urudder Watfcina in case you ebor move to adjourn de meeting it cant be ahown dat you am crazy no ono will havo a chance to amend an doan you forget it Sot down air down an make np yonr mini dat yoa havo had one of do narrowest scapes on rec ord i Tho following was then read in a gentle voice Dear Bro Gardner Tho proceedings of the cLimeKiln Club are read with great delight in our debating society but there is a general curiosity among the members to know what do rcglar pro gram ob ia that you pnrceed to emalgnmate If it ia none of tho secrets of the clnb our society would liko to know We would like to havo your opinion on tho nuea aon Eoolved That man is a free moral agent Quincy Debating Society A U ROJiAND Corresponding Secretary Our reglar programmy of business an swered the president election re ports commrnicislmns unfinished biznew a colleckahun wakin np Klder Toots an ad journin doan alias foller de programmv but its darjist dn same As to man bein a free moral agent I dcnv it No man in dis kcntry cler pent hia wife to cbnrcb an went off fishin hisself an felt per feckly satisfied alout it A man wid auy con science at alt finds a hard row to hoe an of cm who doan keer two cents for law am prevented by do still small voice from fritthV widin twenty rods ot a melon patch ilnde to Look Like Hard Tack New iork Stm Tlio Fifth Xew York Volunteers Zonaves association gave their first annual re ception Jast evening at Irving ball The pic turesque zouave uniform aided the bright toil ets of tb3 liOies in makingtlie scene in the ball room very brilliant and plcamug Tha dancing programmes wero a Us ted with black and stamped j CUIll LPILMJUUK JLIIH dancing proCTsmmes wero a Hfiht brown dot j 3 black infl sfimpel IS R red Thcv repreaented tho Tiard tack which H4tj iiara wni waa sprvM ont to the troops during the war I don t know what IS B C meant said an officer last eveningbnt tho tack waa so con founledly hjrd that wo uned to think it tho of tho making I remember tiling floor of our tent with tho things when grouvid wts damp JAPASKSE TEA DIUXKIXO The ladies the Presbyterian church will give a supper from 6 to 0 p m Wednesday evening May 23d in basement of Harveys block Waiters in costume A souvenir in the shape TRASBURGERS Si E O I A Jl EXTRAORDINARY BARGAINS Having received all my Spring Stock I shall place on my counters some rare bargains rt Worsted GOO All Wool Suits 800 Cheviot Imported 1200 Extra Imported1500 All Wool Imported lOOO Our Pants Department is Complete Pfinfo All Mr i Good Good Good Pants Pants 150 All Wool Pants 200 Boys Suits Boys all wool suits 500 All Wool Pants AH Wool Pants All worsted pants All worsted pants 275 300 400 500 Boys all wool suitsGOO Boys all wool suits700 I have also on hand a Large Stock of WHICH I WILL SELL AT EQUAL LOW GeitsRrai M H STRASBURGER A Student of Mortars Says the Struc turo is Made of Concrete To the Public Mr U Cummiiiga iu letter to TUo Scien tific American concerning llio composition of thoKgyjitian obeliet in Central Piirkaays My resaona for lielioviug tlio obelisk to bo a mans of concrete aroaa follows I have spoilt a life time iu tho manufacture of limoa and cenicnta audin tho study of mortars con cretea etc and after thirty yearn spent iu thia line it aeoma 03 though I ought to kuow con crete when I aeo it I went around on the buck aido ot the obelisk climod over tlio wiro fence mounted Iho masonry work took out a airong magnify ing glass and a aharp pointed atwl nnd wunt at it I could BCO what looked at a diatiuco to be a gray reddish uuiform tint waa on close inspection granite brokon into piocoa from tho size of a walnut down tocom or wheat aizo aad theso broken etoncu wero intimately mined with aomo bituminous matter black ami seamy somotlnng of tho nature of aaphaltum The black substance and broken Btono wero thor oughly nijied with hydraulic limo by the latter I do not mean hydraulic coment but limo which contained sufficient clay to render it hydraulic bat not enough to prevent it from B lf nnder weight eight or ten days my steel poiut I could plow out this hy GBEAT I OP GOODS coin pel fed 1o VACATE Store in On account of tltc beinff sold for NEW HOTEL I will sfU out entire Stock of Goods With my draulic lime and witTi myknifoTcut and shaved tho black substance which lay in all conceivable vraya the grain iu aome bits pre senting their flat sides Boniotimea their cmla Bometimea vertical sometimes horizontal BhowuiR it to liave been mixed up with tho lime and broken stonohaphazard I think if i had had time enough and no policeman to noso around and bother ono I could have taken out a bit of granito with my steel The hciroglyphica ebow as plain aa any thms can show that they were formed by fastomujj tho proper form on the inaide of the boi into whicli tho concrete waa resumed and when tho concrete had hardened sufficiently tho boies wero tnkon away and the pattern of tho hieroglyphics wore with drawn leaving their impreasiou on tho face of the concrete exactly aa in done every day by manufacturers of artificial atone Such work cannot bo mistaken for work clouo by tho chisel by any one familiar with that class of work Even letter ia mado to draw anil in no place could I find a spot amonj all the hieroglyphics where a pattern would not draw Such a structure mado in concrete aa I have described could bo safely carried up at tho rate of from 13 to 15 inchea per day and BO positive am I that it ia concrete that I woald not hesitate to entor into a contract to erect exact dupli cates of it in any city for KM each think I can find Rranile in Connecti cut of the aame color the bituminous matter in New York and the hydraulic limo in lluffalo and with these make juat as good obelisks at wore ever turnedont in Efjypt As to tbo dura bility ot Hie oboliak in Central park of which much lias been writ ton lately I think it will stand for agcH whore it is Some portions may Ret loose that wero not perfectly cemented but oa a whole the material ia of that claaa that will outlast anything else wo hava The Steamship ot the Future Tlio coming steamship according to Mr Blivena belief will measure 4K foot in length by TO feet beam and 55 feet depth of hold and havo a gross tonnage of 4000 She will carrv 000 firstclass passengers 2000 in the and 500 tons of mail and express matter will make twentyfour round trips from America to England yearly singlo triplin fivo days The cost of operating it ia claimed will be onehalf of that for tbe present model vessels of tbo samo capacity and she will need no For safety she will have eight cross bulkheads and one fore and aft on tho line of every deck Theso steamships will be nuppued with compound RCTOWH which will project when in service from cither side of the vcasel jnat forward of the stern mwt Die double mtafortnue of breaking a shaft ami having the rudder and rudder post carried away by the detachment of the main screw will not oven hinder Mr Bliveus maaticas ahiia from going triumphantly on their way In en eh an event tho auxiliary screws will bo n n J n pushed ont and the water tight shutters cov liQl1 H flfffi Xr fifimiTlPrPial 9tC enng them and hinged to the atom post will UUI uUIIIUlCilllat OlO form wblo rndder Separate engines will be uaed to operate tbo scrowa and tbe time required to apply the power and connect tho shutters wiih the regular steering gear will lx but a few minutes AT one desirous of buy Goods will do Hell ft once H Mow Imperial tinesta Arc riiiladelphia Timca court journalists relate with touching avropathy the exhausting labors undergone ly the crown prince on the occasion of the silver wedding festivities in receiving his own an his imperial fathers guchts at tbo railway stations Every royal personago who travels uuiic in me maitcr IS to insi abroad must be received in a uniform mich aa i buildings against damage from w lii flUlLl he himself wears and wholo crowds of kinira jnd princes and things come to town the un fortunate host is kept bnay changing his like a man iu a pantomime An Austrian prince wonld arrive by ono train ami when tho crowJi rince i recurrence of the season when cyclones and tornadoes may be expected leads us to the thought that we should protect ourselves from them as much as possible Thus far no inventive genius has discovered any method of preventing these wind storms or predicting exactly when they will come Consequently the best tlmt can done in the matter is to insure our them wen o crowJi prince in an Auatnan uniform had ri ccived him ho most quickly get into a RnsRinn BftVfktl IIHJ11I Capt Edgar Pickett the agent of the Home Insurance Co of New York Ci ty informs us that his company makes a specialty of writing tornado insur ance and he wishes to impress upon the minds of the people the fact that i f they desire to get repaid for their loss w u i tm Kill into A uniform and drivo back to tho t Kusaian so on till all his tuusuj had been duly received A molern prince of m their property should be dfi iaVls mS11 aa a leading Rtroyed by tornadoes they should in tenor and on buay days to has to maku as sure ir many chauges But then princo dooa not onp of have much elao to do e ol A Use for Chinese New York Snn A downtown dealer in Cliintso and Japanrao goods rcocutly aavertiscd tliat ho had for sals a large quantity of hair from China A re porter aekcd him if tho bair waa collectol in tho eame manner M the Earopeanarticle from fee abundant tresses of peasant girls Vo ho replied the dealers procure it mostly from of a run ami Oncof punishmenta frarc by Ot a cup and saucer Will be given each Chinese criminala ia the doprivaiion of visitor A Japanese robe will be dis thcir They would rather commit posed of by vote to the successf u can V the PTcitt18 didate Come early and LR Ae7 lUc Admission ten cents the strongest in tfie United States its cash issets January 1st I were iis capital is j 000 ali paid up and it is managed by i men who are trustworthy in every res pect Tim rates for tornado insurance are very low and eveiy one should take out a policy on their buildings and then when the storms come they will be measureably content knowing that iC their buildings are damaged they are certain to get remuneration for C BFoster Xeokuk says I liave taken Browns Iron Bitters with good results for general debility an J loss of ajotitc Qriggs Glycerine Salve Or siiperatitona regard for their pigtails part with thorn for a small consideration I gutM tow people who wear the hair it may have bcrtj Chinese Hnk a off for tha over think that tho refunded Oaly 25c or sale by Snowden to return ut any v flllltlKIV loiiovvpd tii i mi n i i MARK WHERE WE STAND WE HAVE GONE AHEAD WITH TIIK LAKtJKST AND lilvST STOCK OF WIRE Dining EVER PUT UNDER ONE ROOF and worldwide HONEST FRANK AND JUST THAT JlJIl GOODS AUtt TIIK AND TIIK Best for Price anywhere in the State nente BO that ur bruises Scalds OUnds and all Other SOTOS cure niles tettpr uer wiU other r HATS AND CAPS FURNISHING GOODS AND J BOOTS AND JHOES Childrens Suits tekoa oBpeelal caro in selecting m vory good slmpo that we rleonVmin i n T ltul wo have ever shown Uieao siuta to be alcad of any PirSt amlSccona loaded will NEW AND NOBiY SPRINC SUITS The Largest Retail Clothiers in Iowa WEST New Goods New Goods MR and MRS CH APIISI Have ftom THEY HAVE MOVED and are now in the FOWLER BUILDING sss Consisting in part of bciectecl with great care of tho very latest SUMMER STYLES THE May Mr Daniel Alcbwyng a naturalized American citi zen who in 1881 was arrested in Ire land as a suspect and imprisioned four teen months without examination or trial arrived today in the steamer I ennsylvama McSwyng said lie came to this country when i young man and lived and did business in San Francis co for 23 years He intends to remain here but a couple of months and thnn return to Ireland His object here is to obtain relief for the starving people and see if he can obtain any satisfact ion from the British government for their arbitrary imprisonment of an American The tax paid the government by the International Distillery at Des Moines during the year ending May l 1S33 footed up The number of gallons manufactured duringthat time was 3134800 and the number of gallons exported 382204 i Katf Hrtsoim In this ity Mny th ly Rov H Carton Mil T I KKAXTIK of llremor svnd Mt TIFnRISCAS of Waterloo ORIGINAL NOTICE STATE OP IOWA lilacklmwk County George W Miller i John Xojrurty I tn District Court Tune Term ISSS Original Notice To thf nlmrrnnmcil fllVn inf noticed thnt there Is now on rL U1 f Cleric of the District Court of JOWA for Blnckhawk county n t on or tlic plaintiff herein claiming S vA rexlni ofa maVi hnirrtr n J tho hair rtf pun of the northcKst onefourth of southeast onefourth of Section No twenty fhrec fn Township eightynine thc by one the recorded in thp c oacnf niaokhawk county in Book Mortgagps at page on the 7th rtny Ttocembcr isei where it still remains ficd of record and for general relier Ami u rL5 Icfcnd licfon c it in of the T1PXt of thi SvVwb at thc court hnil3c in th ikvof TM m fn11 flountr the ISt y e ncxt rtcfaut will 10 entcm IP YOU WANT A STRETCHER It will pay you to go to totlar Parkers THEY JIAVU O ILm 353 XT I S 33 JS OF ALL SIZES Whiffleiree Hooks and Clips ALSO Yokes Eveners Trotting Stallions THE TWO HIGHLY BRED STALLIONS George Wilkes Jr of atis SHERIFFS SALE STATE OF IOWA I COCSTY AnVETiTISED at nristlinoTMnlcl li R risers Mfi ry Mrs Chumnirfr Eva Olrckncr Ocr Fox John Green JJrsE II finlcs J H Herbert 1 1 Hanson M J Uarrnaton frvan Minco M OVcll Daniel KoKcrs Alfml iltoixtGF Roberts IIo iSchwnrtz Joscch Strieker W A Ware Charles TV Wheeler 1 L iWlilnmsKov E cst bidder lor cash the roUowjr from 10 Jn costs DR H D SPAULDISG DKKT1ST Uooma In thc WltWledltch Block Jinrth Street West Side Dr W A Van Nordcns old stand be noccssary of execution nnd nil accniii G W KAYZLETT Sheriffof Blackhawk County Waterloo Ap Attorney BR VS VANDBYX SURGEON Residence s Barbers finijar Sto of Horses sna Cattlet loity Cans answcrei promptly aay CHICAGO POWDER THE BEST BMNSPOOTE8 For sale by A T Weatherwax Neok AT BOTTOM CASH PRICES Will meet any competition in the city in prices for CLOTHING BOOTS SHOES Hats Caps No 66 Commercial Street make the season at my breeding stables in Waterloo Side Commencing April 1 1883 ending Jnly 1 BLOWERS Proprietor MEN AND WOMEN P AND ENERGY can earn rom S50 to 3150 per month canvassing for mir popular Subscription Books Pictorial Jibles tmd Un tque Photograph Albums ve agents wanted In oven townshipTta Iowa ana adjoining States Address with stamp POOR FARM NOTICE STATE OP IOWA 1 Offceof Blackhawk County f County Auditor WIIKIIEAS Tho Board of Supervisors bf said 9ountdid on tho M April A B the said Board belnff then in regular xdopt the followingresolution viz netotcal Thnt the auestiou of pnrchasJiw a Poor Farm and of levyingra tax of tent anI dollars upori tbo taxable o One mill to be levied In theyear J883 and one mill to bo levied in the year isi for the n e year si for the pur pose of purchasing a Poor Farm and erecting c necessary buildlnga thsreon for the accom modation ot tho poorof thecounty be submit ted to a vp to of tlio electors of the countr at a bpecial Election to be held ouTuesday day of May 1883 the manner of voUngupon said ciuestion to be as follows vfz in favor of levying said tax shall have writ ten or printed on their ballots the words Poor Farm Appropriation Yes Those vottap NOTICE IS SPECIAL ELECTION To be holden in said county on Tuesday tie 29ft Day cf May A D 1883 pie above question ot purchasing a Poor Farm a f of ten dollars 10000 00 upon tho taxable property of Black gyfe tax to be lovted as lollows One 1 mill to be levied in tho year 15S5 and One 1 mill to be levied in the year 1SJ1 fori of a Poor Faun and crectinsr the necessary buildings thereon r f thc or the ofsd a the eectors Those voting in favor if levying said tax f he prtnted thcir Poor Form Those voting against said tax shall have writ ten or printed on their ballots the Poor Farm Given under my hand and official seal nt mv onice in Waterloo the county seat of said county this Gth day of April A D 3SS3 County Auditor S B HITT CO KIXDS CARRIAGES MannfactnMd to War A Large AssortmeBt continnaUy on hand and For Sale Cheap r All Kinds of Repairing DONB OH SHOBT NOnCK Afl Weik Wmatsi tite tta Blst ifto fti Trains Depart from   

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