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   Waterloo Courier (Newspaper) - April 2, 1884, Waterloo, Iowa                             THE COURIER WATERLOO IPVVA WEDNESDAY New Millinery Goods THIS WEEK PLUNDER STORE Will open a new stock of LADIES AND MISSES Hats and Bonnets FLOWERS FEATHERS AND FANCY GOODS Look out for Bargains in every de partment at jos DOUBLE WEST LOCALS crajJoy except by written order tigDcxi rtlhrr by my or my booktreper Enww W H HARTMAN Proprietor Courier The highest cash price paid for But ter at LAMU LATnuops ONE CENT buys a Mackerel of LAMB fATimoi The best50 cent Tea in the city it LAT11KO1 Oranges Lemons and Cranberries at Lvun LATitiiorri REMEMBER Tnat we guarantee our prices as i Choice Sweet PoUttoes and Maple Sugar at LAMU LATHUOFS Iauab Lathrop have the best roasted Java Coffee in the city Try it Columbia Uiver Salmon Mackerel White Fish and Trout at LAJIU LATUROIS our Goods AS GOOD as Bold by any House in this city that we GUARANTEE to DISCOUNT any price on any and every arti cle you may get at any other i Store in Waterloo L S HANCHETT CO Lincoln Block Try our uncolored Japan Tea j AXTtToiiAcuo GROCERY FOR bushels of Early Rose Potatoes CHARUK Buyyour Xails and wire for spring while prices are low Stock complete GUTLEK PAKKKKS at For Sale or farm of 160 acres well adapted to stock business 15 J in ex hire a man One isetl to attend to horses Apply at this office FOR Store room now oc jupied by Jo Ilecker For particulars enquire of Albert Uolzer 92 w4 CHEESE RENT The Orange Cheese Factory is offer ed for rent either for making butter or cheese Applications must be made to the undersigned not later than April 1SS4 Jonx FUCK Secy Plows Plows Plows We offer to tne Farmers of Black hawk County the Waterloo Plow Cos Plows which are first class every respect at the following tremely low prices for cash Iron Seam Jfoirs atS1200 Steel Seam 11inch Plows at 1300 Steel Beam Ptoios nt 1450 Steel Beam at 1025 Reversible Jointers 500 Enquire of C B CAMPBELL Receiv er at Robinsons Boot anil Shoe Store Waterloo west side Oats wanted at the COURIER office on subscription G W GILBERT only authorized agent for HARPERS BAZAR PAT TEENS for Waterloo Iowa Piano and Organ Tuning Prof H H Jacobs of Dubuque will be in March and will attend to anything in his line with promptness MackerelIc per pound at A HOLZEKS Carpet Sweepers at reduced prices at CUTLER PARKERS IOWA COLLEGE Grinnell Iowa Spring term opens April 7tb A plated knife or fork aud line chro mo given with each pound can of Gem Baking Powder at the AntiTobacco Grocery Store Oil CakeTfor sale at A IIOLZEHS Seed Corn Seed for sale Inquire at Raymonds corner FARM LOANS made at Seven per cent JOHNSON WATERLOO April 3d 1880 Entirely new features in Gasoline Stoves can be seen only at Cutler Parkers SHORMAKEH ply at Xo 10 Fourth street Ap Farm for hundred and forty ncres 11 miles west of Washburn to Waterloo good buildings good orchard well fenced running water in pasture Kmjuire of I s VAX DUYX You Would Hardly Think It And yet its a fact Quite a good many persons have stepped into other Clothing Stores than ours and asked Is this the Bankrupt Store from Wa verly where they sell Clothing so cheap and have been told it was After looking all thftigs through and pricing things have said Well i cau t see as you sell any lower than others do and walk out Then aftei their way to our Store discov W P Hall and his gang of men are usily engaged on the now Uliickhawk ridge While they were waiting for he water to subside they tightened the ods on the bridge in this city Gentlemen from Cedar Falls inform s that the proposed location of the Diagonal depot in the future great vas fully Iftecn feet under water dur ng the recent Hood A new style can for oil or gasoline moderate in price at CUTLER PARKERS Clothing cheap at Gilberts Herrings in keg or bulk salted smoked or fresh of all kinds at A Israel Urechner has just brought two of the finest stal lions from the Bremer county stud a Xormon French heavy horse and the other an English coach norse which has taken the premium at the Bremer county fair He will stand these horses at Sebastian Tliierers barn the old Blceser barn Call and see them For few Choice Brood one Jersey Cow one common Cow some Geldings and Mares and one yearling Colt II C RAYMOND APPLES S375 per barrel at A UOLZEPS IMPORTANT NOTICE AH persons indebted to the firm of H Robinson will please call at the Robinson Boot and Shoe House Waterloo Iowa west side and settle at once The accounts must be closed CB CAMPBELL Receiver IIOPSE ATfD TWO I JOTS FOR SAI E On the east side of river For terms apply to 4w J into buying goods at as high prices a ttsntil L S HANCHETT CO No 5 Lincoln Block A good top Carriage and single liar ness for salu cheap WJ0 L S PARSONS FOR SALE A span of heavy well matched Black Mares Inquire at the AntiTobacco Grocery Store or address Wm Cole Waterloo Tust fine lino of Roastet Coffees of the best quaility Cull am inspect at the AntiTobacco Grocery New Stock Ladies Fine Kid and Goat Button Shoes manu factured by Forney Bros Dis brow Harrisburg Pa just re ceived and lor sale at populai prices by GILBERT yuyuMJ A large stock of Fresh Garden Seed in bulk or paper also onion sets at A HOLDERS A new stock of Crockery and GHs Ware new styles at Lamb La throps For good house and twi lots on Vinegar Hill B J CAlWELL V e dont sell goods at cost frr on week only but we do sell sell and shttl sell all the year around cniyand every vr tide in our Store that AXYCLOTItlXG HOUSE JV li TERLOO We have through Sherif Hanchett in Chicago an inside hue in buying Bankrupt Stocks of Clothing Gents Furnishing Goocis Hats Caps and in fact cvcrythiny we handle Pake Prices that are ABSO IXAlPROACHAJiLKm beyond competition and we can afford t doit because we buy all our Stock a Jijty cents on a dollar or wider and it i simply impossible for any one to com anifichcre near our We have th privilege of selecting jxrf what we wan from a stock and we carry as full line of everything aud as iood Good j io vtAAC UOOfiy any Ifottse m Waterloo and our price are positively ray under anvthiny thr any house Wat of Chicago C AX or IV i rnakf L S HANCHETT CO Lincoln Block La Porte City Lime for sale by L ItiiKnocK Co AH canned and dried fruits will IIP found fresh and fine at the AxrrToBACco GIIOCEUY H on on a Iowa Patents Reported expressly for the COURIER bv A Patent Solicitors DC Charge for o copy of tho Pi cation E P Walker Agcnt Waterloo FOP THE WEEK EXD1XG MARCH 251S84 Baker G C Des Moines wire barbing machine Muscatine Fruit and vetr etable washer Baker JMuscatine fruit vegeta ALL WOOL PANTS for Please dont forget that we sell all wool Pants at war ranted as good as any House in Wa ttrloo sells at or they Wont cost you ONE CENT We carrysa GOOD DEAL of EVERYTHING in onr line We bought cvfry Stars worth of onr Stock at Sheriffs or Bankrupt Sales and tn JfO CASE at over 50c on the Dollar and we can afford lo nrnl at lowerprices than House HAHCHETr CO Van AVert mail Parkersburg ble and meat case Campbell S bag Hitchcock A W tend marks Lee S D Mechanicsville car conn ling II II Magnolia gate Speer D B Blue Grass machine lor cutting green corn from the cob Williams H BGlenwood car coup KlfATEBEOOCOURIER A YEAR IN ADVANCE and Miscellaneous Items Waterloo Iowa April 2 1884 Mr and Sirs J P Sherman arrived Ji this city last Saturday Al Page captured u 13pound pjck ra yesterday It was a beauty Lcavo your order now for news at Biios O L Follett has decided to move to Xterville Buchanan county Jos Bennett left yesterday for Chi igo to purchase a stock of uillHnery oods Miss Corn Higgins who his been vis ing with friends in tlis city returned esterday to her home in Galva Ills Frank Hoover son of II Hoover as accepted a position in the drug tore of Wangler Bros Julius Frank left last night for ankton D T where he wil take harge of i store There will be it Missionary Concert ut thu Free Baptist church next Sab Kith evening April Jth A varied and nterestliij programme of exercises has been prepared Come and enjoy it and do not forget to bring a missionary offering A meeting of representatives of the Brotherhood of Railway Conductors was held at Des Moines last Sunday 1here were 107 present the 111 Cen being represented by It B Travis of his city ami J II Keepers and S S iVniiauis of Dubuque Call on Wangler Bros for your Wall aper aud you will be sure to save loney Mr and Mrs K M Mabie left last ight for Minneapolis where they will robably remain during the summer Remember Camilla Ursos concert ompany will give a grand concert at IB opera house Saturday evening next Vjiril rjth Admission 75 cents H W Taployof Winterset is injthe ityaguestofDrT A Rose Mr Tap is a chicken fancier and is also in Tested in stock business Mrs E C Beebe who conies from larion to open a millinery store in the rooks building writes that she will iach here next week C WSnydor of the Red Oak Record in the city Monday and gave us a leasant call He has been at Cedar alls preparing to move to Red Oak If you wish to see the best variety of 11 new designs of Wall Paper and Dec rations call at WANG LEU BROS Workmen are engaged preparing for ymg the marble floor in the Ir Geddes informs us that the marble as been shipped and that the work vill be pushed ahead as rapidly as pos ible Rev F B Cherington preached a logical sermon last Sunday eve ning in answer to Bob IngersoUs la est utterances He will preach next Sufiday evening on the same subject FA week ago last Monday C W Arir len saw two beavers about three miles on the Blaekhawk He hot one of them and brought its cau ial appendage to this ollice It was juite a curiosity On the ilrst of April next we will open a first class Xews Depot compris ug a complete lino of Dailies Week lies Monthly Magazines and all other matter belonging to the news business WAXOLEU Buos Gco W Miller returned hist Satur day morning from his eastern trip He visited New York City Philadel phia and Washington and reports the roads in a very muddy condition caus ed by frequent storms The electric lights were started up again last week They work well A Cobb went to Chicago the Jatter part of the week to see about getting a larger generator as several more lights will be needed in a short time Tho Camilla Urso Concert will be held in the opera house Saturday even ing April 5 and not in the Presbyter ian church as heretofore announced Remember tho date and be sure ami attemi Admission 75 cents the residence of the officiating minister in this city March by Rev J J Austin Mr Daniel Kuapp and Miss Carrie Wilcox both of Mt Vernon township Blackhawk county Iowa We have on hand two cars of White Lead one car of Maaurys colored and one car of Linseed Oil which we pur chased before the advance of paint and we now offer the same to tho trade at equally low prices Call and see us be fore you paint WAXIER BROS The alarm of lire which was sounded about noon last Sunday was occasioned by a fire in a onestory dwelling house beyond the I C depot occupied by Mrs bweet The cause was a defect ive chimney and the rafters were con siderably burned but the flames were extinguished by tho bucket brigade 1 he department responded to the alarm promptly mgler Bros have been jobbinw Paper for the past three years and are working up a largo trade in that line They ship their paper in car lots get low freights and buy at jobbers prices which enables them to their customers the benefit T Jonn Pickett left Monday night for Iowa City to take a position in Irof Boerner s drug store and laboratory for the summer prof Boerner is ccm nected with the college of pharmacy which John has been attending and on account of his diligence and the inter est he manifested he offered him this A gambling establishment in Iowa tity was broken up by the police last ghtaiul nine gamblers were wlile the Sibling cated at waaconria splendid school for John and afford mm much practical instruction There hvs been considerable activity m the horse market recentlv and nri cesjiave ruled high ranging from srO ti AmonS the buyers have been tt who has been bnving to shin west I R Crotty who hais been bu ingfor a brother of R P Fowler in Massachusetts Bennett Thurston for shipment to the Red river country Jiirch Ilmeman of Connecticut of Westerly R rThe Waterloo Horse Co and some parties from Chi cago This section has attained ar enviable reputation for good horses a well as other line stock The Frew of Paris France says concerning Camilla Urso who with a selected company will give a concert at the opera house April Cafnilla Urso is evidentlyinspired with that hre which stirred the genius of Paganini and although the violin lias ever been regarded as an instru ment wholly adapted to male artists it has never been handled with more feel ing and pathos than was strikingly ex hibited in Mademoiselle Ursos play ing a performance wo have never heard excelled by any living male ar Evening senico in all tie churches will be at until further notice Trviajr of Dell ttapida D iia visiting with her sister Mrs Anthony in this city New designs of Window Shades aud Curtain Fixtures at Wuugter Bros at bottom prices Mrs W Is home from ier winters sojourn at the National capital where she has been visiting her daughter Mrs Fentio What thing so good is the guery of a poet somewhat confused if he has a cold the only good thine we know nt is a bottle of Dr Bulls Cough Syrup We now offer to the trade the largest tnd iiiicat line of Wall Paper Ceiling decorations Window Shades and Cur ain Fixtures at jobbers prices Do lot forgot satisfy yourself of this fact Before purchasing KII I3uos The members of the band that has icretoforo been advertised as the Silver Cornet Band desire to state that the advertisement on bills has no refer once to them and that they are under engagements to furnish music for the lew west side rink notice of which nay be seen elsewhere in this issue S C Preston handed us an apple last iaturday which was picked from Steve Weekes orchard a year ago last fall It was nearly as sound as though it was of last years crop and had a line fla vor He said that the apple somewhat the Willow Twig but he tid not know the name of the variety O M Perry of Mitchell D T re tamed last Monday to care for her mother Mrs X Lindsey Mrs Jen iins and Mrs Clark who are also Mrs Lindseys daughters are with their mother Mrs Limlsey has been sick ill winter but her friends think that ihe is slowly improving Itev WL Hunter of Independence ectured in the First Baptist church ast Sunday evening upon Man his Nature and Duties The house was well filled and the audience apprecia ted the earnest words of the lecturer is he spoke of the solemn duties of this ife The lecture throughout was one to do much good Asa La France was in the city Mon day on his way to Waverly lie had just returned from Oshkosh Wis where lie had delivered a Silsby steam er which htxd been rebuilt by the La France company lie says that since the tournament last summer lie has delivered two LaFrance engines to cities iu this State He offers this city a fine bargain in the shape of a hook and ladder truck C W Taft received a letter last week from Mrs Judge Bagg at Minneapolis in which she stated that the Judge was Improving but he had lost considera ble flesh and strength during his sick ness He had been very sick indeed though at no time was ho considered dangerously ill She further stated that they had rented a house at Minne apolis and would soon make arrange ments for moving their goods up there Levi Miller returned Saturday from New Mexicowhere he had been to look after his mining interests lie found the shaft in the Dreadnaught mine had been sunk 32 feet aud revealed a three aud a half foot vein of ore an average sample of which assayed per ton in silver and copper The other partners in the mine have been attemp ting to freeze Mr Miller and the heirs he represents out but sinee behas seen the mine for himself he has concluded to stay with them a while While in New Mexico he met starroute Doraey and says he has a splendid cattle ranch Bob Ingersoll is also largely interested in cattle and in one of the richest mines in that section II J Harrison special agent of the U S Land Orlice after his vacation at home left last Wednesday for Hunts yille Alabama He stopped at Bloom ington Ills to see his brother George B Harrison for a few hours and while there was overtaken by a dis patch which had come here and been forwarded instructing him to go to Bozeman Montana He returned to Waterloo and left Sunday for that place He did not know the reason of his being sent to Montana unless it was to take charce of the laud office there until the appointment of a new agent He had expected to go where it was summer and was quite disap pointed by being sent to winter re gions MRS LANGTHY AT CEDAK RAPIDS famous English beauty sup ported by her own splendid dramatic company will appear at Greenes opera bouse at Cedar Rapids Wednesday evening April 9 in Pygmalion and Galatea The scale of prices of admis sion ranges from 5100 to and first class seats will be reserved for out of town orders Quite a number of onr people will unquestionably want to attend and we request those intend ing to go to leave word at this office that seals may be obtained If enough will go reduced rates can be had on the railroad This is the only oppor tunity our readers will of seeing and hearing this famous beauty in Iowa gentlemen connected with the lower water power estimated that the damage done by the washinn of the embankments by the high will not exceed SHOO They also report that the race has beetteconsiderably wideaed by cheaction of the water and they believe the benefit thus accruing will far overbalance the loss The Daniel Xauman Co estimate the damage done them by thewater carrying off their lumber will not b over S5oO About all the lumber ha been recovered and will be brought back to their yards as soon as possible The damage to the bulkhead of the upper mill dam will probably be about The Paris Figaro says of Camillo Ur so who appears at the opera house on Saturday evening next April oth Of Madame Ursos violin perfor mances it would be a work of superer ogation for us to speak An artist who has appeared before nearly all the crowned beads of the world and has charmed the most competent critics of civilized countries from Russia to New Zealand and from the St Iawrence to La Plata needs no tribute of praise from us to add toher well earned rep utation Since the death of Paganini it is not too much to say that Madame Lrso ranks in popular estimation as the greatest violin virtuoso in the world The great artist was encored after every number and in each in stance graciously responded Dr Young of this city through bis attorney Iloa II C Hetnetiwayxini3 commenced suit against Blackhawk county for as money due bttn for medical services during ttio snmii pox rage at Ftacbford The case will come up in the April term of Cedar Palls Journal NKW SKATING Friday Mr C Ackniann closed 1m skating rink in the Cascadpu building on tho comer of Commercial and Fourth streets aud next week he wJH reopen in the Cascadeii building iu tue rear of the Irving Mr Cascaden is having the room in the second story elegantly fitted up for the use of the rink Au addition is being built to it which will be arranged for reception room uud parlor electric lights will bo put in and everything will be done to rnako it one of the linest rinks ia the Mr Ackumnn will have ajset of rules published which will be strictly ad jered to aud the rink will bo managed in lirst class shape in every particular making it one of the pleasantest places maginnble to visit We bespeak for limalarge share of the patronage of hose who delight in the pleasant aud healthful exercise of roller skating was received last Mon day of the death in Genoa Italy of Mrs Emma Fletcher wife of U S onsuJ Fletcher formerly of Waverly Mrs Fletcher died Monday March 10 41 years The many friends of the sorrowing husband throughout Iowa will greatly regret to hear of this jlow that has fallen upon him Mrs Fletcher had been in poor health for several years past and it was in the lope that the balmy climate of Italy might be beneficial to her that Mr F accepted the consulship of Genoa For a time after their arrival there she seemed to improve and the loving hus band was greatly encouraged but for some months past she has grown worse until death came to her relief Mr Fletcher will receive the heartfelt sym pathy of all who know him in his af thction CHANGE OF new time card went into effect on the I C Ry last Sunday According to it trains leave this place as follows Goiity 1 passenger a m No 3 passenger p m Xo mixed a m Xo 9 freight a m Xo 11 freight p m Sfo ID a 111 Going 2 passenger p m Xo 4 passenger a m Xo 8 freight 7 p m Xo 10 freight a nu Xo 12 freight a m Gcnny 10 passenger a m Xo 18 passenger a m Xo 20 freight 8 a m Coming 15 passenger 5 p m Xo 17 passenger ll30 p m Xo 19 freight p m Train Xo 1 going east breakfasts at and leaves for Chicago at 7 oclock A new express train has been put on to run from the east to JDubuque arriving there at a m This connects with the fast mail train from Chicago J C Ilartman received from his brother Will recently a very unique specimen of Indian handiwork in the shape of a silver fob chain In the package with it was another very hand some fob with the compliments of Senor Don Jesus youngest son of Manuelito war chief of the Xavajoes The latter fob is made of fine Spanish leather tastily ornamented with golden buttons It was owing tothe diplo macy of Johnny Hall postmaster at Coolidge X M that it was sent and it must have taken considerable grease to induce Senor Don J to part with so valuable an article Hall is an old I C engineer and formerly yanked the throttle between Dubuque and Amboy In a letter which accompanied the package Will says the following of the Xavajoe silversmiths There are only seven silversmiths in the tribe and they are very wealthy The Indians use an immense quantity of Uncle Sams coin in making orna ments The squaws wear heavy brace lets and finger riugs and also strings of beads made round like a bullet The bucks wear silver ear rings putting from seventyfive cents to a dollar in a ring and silver belts often having from twenty to forty dol lars hammered into a belt But the nicest looking thing they make is a silver bridle which are generally valu ed at from to S40 They also or nament their buckskin leggings and moccasins by running a line of silver buttons made from ten cent pieces from their waist to the sole of the foot putting them as close together as they can These silversmiths do not keep a stock of on hand but make trinkets to order If you want anything made out offive dollars you have to give them ten dollars They charge five dollars for doing the work and are very cunning iu sponging some of the other five Let in the Light and Darkness Plies Editor Anent the recent screedof Mr for bare faced assertion in the teeth of facts easily ascertained and abundantly veri equaled only by the cool an dacity with which he affronts the telligence of even the children in our Sunday schools Mark how plain tale reveals the egregious ignorance and palpable recklessness of his non to the truth One of his assertions was there is no proof of the conversion to Christianity of any Hindoo or Mohamm edan in India The facts are these On the night of February 17th 1881 the British Gov ernment took a census of the north west province of India and Oudh There were enrolled 44000000 natives Of these 38137104 were professing Hindoos 5923886 professing Mohamm edans and 13235 professing Christians This is according to the Governmen Census but at the Calcutta missionary conference in 1881 there were report ed 144S1 native converts to Christian ty This among those then living Moreover according to this same gov ernment census of 1881 it appears tha while the Hindoos had gained 4 pei cent and the Mohammedans 10 pel cent since the previous census chris tianity hadl increased 54 per cent it the same time And this gain so far from being confined to localities ex tended to every Province save one Since 18Jl the increase in the num her of native converts to christianit has been far beyond all precedent ii modern missions Whole tribes have accepted Christianity and been baptiz the Teloogoos and other near them I have not at hand theexact figures but thev would more than double 01 those of 1SS1 Those who recall the delighted audiences which everywhere greeted Sheshadrai and Ram CJnmder Bose when in this country a few years ago will need no refutation of th sneering assertion that no inteliigen Hindoos or Brahmins are among these converts Whom the Gods would de stroy they first make mad More anon Respectfully BAKUETT FREE FREE FREE NKW njSCOVEUY FOR PIIKS A new remedy for this dreaded dis ease has been discovered by Dr Dem ing A single application will con vince the most skeptical oC its wonder ful healing powers By calling on W W Forry druggist you can obtain f sample bottle free of charge whtcl will satisfy you of its curativi qualities IKE RAOINO RIVRHSDetailed re orts ol the damage done by the Ligfa vatcr io the Cedar and Shell Bock riv rs are beginning to be received The Jstige News of last Thursday estimates be damage done iu Mitchell county at ully divided as follows fcridge at Brushs mill bridge it Myricks mill damage to ather bridges English Cos nill aud dum Vanderpoels voolon mill and machinery olm Frys brewery BellBros dam and abutments Otranto Jiill dam Besides this the osses at the St Ansgar and Xewburg nills will swell the total to the amount amed above In its description of he scene the JVeits says At Bell Brothers mill the ice gorg d and went out witb a terrible rush luge cakes of ice pitched tumbled ind crowded along in every conceiva lo shape Without any visible cause ante cakes of ice would suddenly be inrled thirty feet in the air and fall again to be crowded along with the movingmass Both abutments and a considerable portion of the dam were carried away The water has continu ed to wash the dam and adjoining shore ill a largo gap is made At Brushs dam west of town the ice started Saf urday evening and went out witb a rand rush In an instant the splendid hreearched bridge was a mass of ruins At Greene as stated last week the varehouse of S Thomas Co was un dermined and fell The mill dam was also injured The Press says At about noon on Saturday the jorge north began breaking up and the water in less than five minutes rose three or four feet Great fear was low entertained for the safety of the arge iron bridge and the mill property The sight was sublimely grand yet Tear and apprehension were uppermost in the minds of hundreds of excited people who were watching the Word was now received that the water liad overflowed the bank about a quar er of a mile above and that an ava lanche of ice was tearing down the ra vine between the grove and the thick y settled portion of the west side As he bridge across this run near the Catholic church was small a gorge at that point and a destructive overflow were feared Luckily however the ice quickly swept away the bridge and a sufficient opening was torn through the banks to let the gorge pass The bridge at the old lime kiln was also torn away and a clear passage to the river south of town was made At Rockford an iron bridge across Lime Creek costing about 58000 was washed out as was also the west end of Grahams mill dam The damage to the bridge and dam is placed at about 515000 Two spans of the D D railroad bridge at Clarksville over the Shell Rock were carried Fortunately the company have a train on each side of the break and a trans fer of passengers and mail has been made during this week by team around by the wagon bridge The washouts on the BC R Ry at Winslow and north of Vinton were mentioned last week The road was repaired so that trains began run ning regularly on the companys track again Thursday night Judging from all reports this section fared better than many others though at times wholesale destruction wasthreatened Carters Little Liver Pills will posi tively cure sick headache and preven its return This is not talk but truth One pill a dose To be bad of al druggists See advertisement BIRTHS AND follow ing is a list of the births and death reported during the month of March WIITIIS XelsPeterson Waterloo a boy J J Rosgen Waterloo a girl Adolf Vollenweider Waterloo a girl L II Edwards Waterloo a boy Jas Collins Waterloo a boy David Tobias Bennington a girl Juo Weidel Benuington a boy G A Place Waterloo a girl Jas Douglass E Waterloo a hoy B Stone Cedar Falls a girl F C Peist Union a girl J M Garner Finchforda girl II Vaughn Waterloo a girl D F Condon Cedar Falls a girl Robert Peterson Cedar Falls a girl F Beckwith Cedar Falls a boy Peter Andersen Cedar Falls a boy Wm Rothermer Cedar Falls a girl J W Mullan Waterloo a girl II Meyers Waterloo a boy Waterloo a girl Paul Xuebel Barclay a girl Jas Mastellar Fox a boy Walter Gaylor Waterloo a boy Wm Fidment Lester a boy Geo Ericksen Cedar Falls a boy F Ford Cedar Falls a boy S Shields Mt Vernon a boy Edgar Green Lester a boy Eli Xewsom Lester a boy DEATHS A M Iliserodt Waterloo of malig nant erysipelas aged 52 years Tommy Shannon Waterloo of inju ries sustained being run over bj cars aged 9 yeaas Calvin Thielon Blackhawk of chron ic emphysema aged 21 years Elizabeth Jarvis Finchford of pneu rnonia aged 70 years Olive M Drew Waterloo of cyano pathy aged 9 days Jas Clinger Waterloo of typnou pneumonia aged C9 years Margaret Eberhart Finchford o typhoid fever aged 48 years Anna M Muhlig Barclay of livei com plaint aged 04 years Clarissa A Goble Waterloo of con sumption aged 33 years Dorcas W Page Lester of typhoi fever aged 42 years Edmund French Lester of abscess aged 80years Rudolph Jensen Waterloo of diabe tes mellitu s aged 39 years A subscription paper has been pass ed around among our citizens for th purpose of building a ferry boat an establishing a free ferry across the Ce dar river to accommodate the larg number of farmers of Spring Cree township and others who have for number years done their trading a this place Our merchants appreciate the value those people are to our cit and its prosperity and they have beet not at all backward in subscribing lib erally toward the project Enough ha already been subscribed and collectec to warrant its completion and the con struction of the boat has been in pro gress since Wednesday It is though that by next Tuesday or Wednesda Carpets We take great pleasure in an nouncing to the people of Water oo that we are receiving daily rom New York large lines of New Spring Goods at prices low er lower than ever before heard of in the history of the Dry Goods rade of this country We start off with 250 pieces new spring Prints 2OO pieces new French and domestic Ginghams 1OO pieces Seersucker Ginghams 1OO pieces new style Dress Goods Silks Satins and Velvets John D Cutters pure dye black Silks Cheney Bros Silks A Guinet black Silks double chain black Cashmeres Ottoman reps and Satteens 2OO pieces bleach ed and brown Muslin Ticks Denims and Cheviots 1OO pieces White Goods from 8c up 50O pieces Hamburg Embroid ery and Linen Torshon Lace Edgings from 3c up 5O styles real English Cheviot Shirtings for mens fine business Shirts We shall make it a point to leac all competitors iu the carpet trade this spring We have now in stock over 1OO styles Carpeting in Tapestry and Body Brussels Moquettes Velvets and Ingrains also Hag Carpeting Matting Floor Oil Cloths Bugs Pri ces and styles unapproachable Dont fail to look at our new 5Oc Summer Silks they are a decid ed bargain and will meet with a speedy sale Elegant Damasi and Huck Towels only 15c Respectfully J T COOLlDGEiCO New York Branch East Side the ferry will be ncic in As stated in our last issue the ex cursionists of the Iowa Press Associat ion left this city last Wednesday even ing for the south Their train consist ed of a baggage car and three sleep mg cars the Mobile Kankakee and Sioux City The train lef promptly at six oclock in the evening and arrived safely at 2vTew Orleans without any delay or detention on 1 ndayjast From the Centralia Ills nati we learn that the train was met by a delegation from that place at Vandalia and upon their arrival at Centralia a recention was tendered them A welcoming ad dress was delivered by Rev J M Green to which Hon Matt Parrott re sponded After dinner the members of the Association visited the opera house and other points of interest and left at p m for the The excursion will return to this ulace on i naay next DOUBLE STOBE EAST SIDE DEALERS IN Silks Laces Fine Dry Goods FAST APPROACHING A Baking Powder Trick All kinds of schemes and tricks ar resorted to by unprincipled persons t obtain unfair advantages over thei neighbors The latest and most di3 honest these that has come to ou notice is one by which certain manu facturers of baking powder hav sought to prejudice consumers againa the use of other brands that have a established reputation as the best am purest in the market forthepurpos of introducing their own Their meth ort we are informed is to heat a can o baking powder of a wellknown bram over a lamp or stove when if there i a gas given off having the odor of am monia the powder is condemned a being made of ammonia and unfit fo use The prejudices of the unsuspect ing are thus excited against the baking powder submitted to the socalled test and the grocer who has a quantity o it on hand suffers a serious loss in con sequence If the intelligent consumer will sto a moment to think she will readily per ceive that this teat if successful proves nothing but the superiority o the baking powder tested The aim o all baking powder makers is to produc an article that shall most readily unde use give off its leavening gas Th powder that does this with a moderat heat at the same time evolving th largest quantity is scientifically tin best There is probably not an article pre pared for food that cannot be manipu lated to prove that something is wrong about it and when a person goes int a kitchen or before a housekeeper wh is not to be presumed to understani chemical relations and performs a experiment of even the simplest char acter it is not difficult to impress on that something awful is the matter As to baking powders wejwould sug gest a dozen tests that would be as r diculous in giving a fair idea of thei relative merits to an uninstructed mini as the one here mentioned The true domestic value of a bakin powder consists in its purity whole somenessand leavening power It i only the chemist with his chemical ap pliances who can determine thes qualities scientifically and exact ly Aside from this the best test fo a baking powder is to try it in makin bread and see which makes the mos and the best To this practical test a the established brands have been pu and housekeepers have very general made up their minds which they prefei and the tricksters will fiifd ultimatel that a brand that has been a househol favorite for years will not be displace by reason of any tricks which they ma show VVangler Bros are now running firstclass News Depot You can ge of them anything you desire in the lin of Periodicals Call and leave you orders We have received a copy of th Aeio Method a paper published by th Voice and Hearing school for the deaf at Chicago of which Miss Mary Me Cowan formerly of this city is princi pal Some time ago we detailed th method by which MissMcCowen i leaching semideaf children both t hear and to ispeak and we are ver glad to learn that she is meeting wit success The institution of which sh is principal is pleasantly located i Chicago and is furnished with every thing necessary for the successful plication of the new methods of dea mute instruction MTLTEHSBUKQ DEPOSIT BANK Millersburg Ky Sept 1 79 DrAR mus say something in favor of your Pul monaria For two weeks I had a se vere cold coughing incessantly tried several socalled cough reme dies until I was induced by our drug gist to try your Pulmonaria I pur chased one fiftycent bottle and befon using half of it I was entirely free from the cough I believe it to ba the bes cough remedy in the market Ypnra truly GEO F STITT Bookkeeper Millersburg Dop Bank For sale by Wangler Bros CLOVERS CARPET It Never before in the history of this Depart ment have we been able to offer our pat rons such RARE as the present season Never before has our assortment been half so complete as at this time consisting of VELVETS TAPESTRIES Exclusive Novelties in EXTRA SUPER FINE INGRAMS Full Line of Elegant Patterns in Cotton Chain all the way from 22 GENTS per yard up Spacious Carpet Rooms Perfect Light Best Goods Decidedly the Best Patterns Lowest Prices Is why it pass to buy Carpets at Waterloo orncE 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