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   Waterloo Courier, The (Newspaper) - June 30, 1886, Waterloo, Iowa                              VOLUME 23NUMBER WATERLOO IOWA WEDNESDAY JUNE 30 188G WHOLE NUMBER 1409 WATERLOO COURIER Kinsey Jordan Ottumwas notorious aaloou keeper was jailed Saturday night on a line of 81000 or 300 days in jail Mrs L Tucker of Maquoketa be came insane during the recent hot weather and on Monday drowned her self hi a cistern Grandma Jordan as she was called the oldest person in Iowa died at Wiota Friday night aged 111 years She was born in Lexington Kentuckyi Senator Lafe Young of Atlantic has purchased the Des Monies Capital paying 58000 for it Senator Young isone of the strong newspaper men of the State and by making the Capital a strong newspaper he will meet with success A dispateli from Cedar Rapids last Monday states that 91 persons who ate ice cream at a festival in Nugents Saturday night were poisoned The poison caused vomiting fever and convulsions All arerecovering how ever LastSatinday afternoon John and William Level of Vinton got in to a dispute over some furniture when John picked up a stick hard wood and struck his brother a fearful blow over the head causing wounds from which his recovery is considered doubtful That is a strange thing to take place in this country It would a strange thing to hap pen in any country if loyally is to be punished and treachery be rewarded But to such strange conclusions have things come in this country that the men who wore the blue tind itll disqual ification for public service and reward and the men who tried to break up the Union have their infamy crowned with public honors Congress may order and tlie President may restore to his old rank the man who proved recreant to his trust on the field of battle but the verdict of history will be the ver dict that Lincoln and Garfield pro nounced upon him It is a strange coincidence that while Congress was passing the bill to restore Porter to his rank and pay him a year as long as he shall live the President was vetoing a bill to pay a few dollars a month to the widow of the soldier who presided over the court martial that convicted him of coward ice and treachery The words of Logan come in with peculiar appropriateness to such a spectacle If you are true when you might be treacherous you are vetoed There is no difficulty in giving a pension of a year to a man who failed in the hour ot need while the widows of Union soldiers who fought gallantly for their country and died in its defense are denied a paltry pittance because they cannot produce all the technical evidence to support their claims that a substitute President requires There is little en couragement for men to be patriotic and true iu the treatment that patriot ism and fidelity receive in these latter days WATER FITTHTCSI ATT AT BARRY SONS THE PLUMBERS Office and Shop with Water Company Opposite the Postoffice Railroad Items Up to last Saturday evening the Auditor of State had drawn 18t war rants on account of the expenses of the impeachment trial The total footed up This does not include the printing bill which has not been paid and nearly half the senators have not drawn any of their per diem and none of them have drawn it all hence the above sum is but a very small portion of what the entire ex peuse will be being Judge David Davis died at bis home in Bloomington Ills last Saturday morning oclock after a long ill ness The immediate cause of his death was erysipelas the outgrowth of a malignant carbuncle which first ap peared April 20 The physicians how ever claim that he had been afflicted with diabetes for two years past For a week before his death he was uncon scious most of the time and he passed away painlessly The funeral held yesterday and was largely attend ed many persons of State and Nation al reputation being present The announcement was made Mon day afternoon that the switchmens strike on the Lake Shore road was end ed the determined efforts of the police and their disposition to use revolvers when occasion demanded having a salutary effect Sunday an attempt was made to start out a freight train crowded with officers The strikers got another engine and started to chase the fleeing train They were running on parallel tracks but the strikers bad to give up as their track was obstruct ed by ears When they stopped their engine the police pursued them and succeeded in capturing twentyfive of their number On Monday trains black with police armed with Win chesters were sent out and succeeded in running the gauntlet and at p m the strike was declared otanend The B C R N railroad is rapidly put in lirstclass shape New steel is being put in from Cedar Rapids north weighing eight pounds more than the present ntils and is now laid to a point a few miles above this city All the bridges are being put in first class shape stone arches being put in wherever the bridges are of any It is stated that when the track is en tirely repaired a fcist train will be put on which will make better time than any other train run in the State The Illinois Central trains have been making spurts lately Last Thursday freight train No 13 consisting of 18 loads and C empties made the distance from Dubuque to Waterloo in five hours or two hours less than time card time Passenger train No 1 the night before ran from Pt Dodge to Water loo 100 miles in three hours and ten minutes besides stopping at all the stations The other day the Diagonal train south made the distance from this city to Wilsons about live miles in seven minutes The B C R N is selling tickets to Spirit Lake and return from this point for Tickets good for 30 days Groves Nichols shipped a car load of horses to Minneapolis yesterday over the B C R N Ry They were purchased in the southern part of the state O P Durham shipped a car load of horses to Connecticut on Pri day Five stock cars were ordered from ibeB C R N by the Wayerly Short Line last Saturday They were wanted for the first cattle shipment over the new road COURT following are the more important cases disposed of since our last report II C Raymond vs Nellie Vaughn and Emma Vaughn action to foreclose mechanics lien judgment for plaintiff Ellen S Pardce vs Richard II Par dee decree of divorce and custody of minor children granted plaintiff First National Bank of Cedar Falls vs Martin Moore action to foreclose mortgage judgment for plaintiff J J Emert vs Elizabeth High smith action on contract for sale of land decision tobe rendered during vacation Motion for new trial in breach of promise case of Sarah A Hudson vs Conrad Kettering argued and will be decided in vacation Preeport Machine Co vs T Lune man issue between the interveuor the Chamberlain Plow Co and plaintiff judgment in favor of plaintiff aud against intervenor City vs Street Railway Co argn ment on motion to dissolve temporary injunction on the ground that ordij nance passed by the city was in the nature of a contract which couldnt be broken without consent of both par ties After a long argument the judge took the matter under advisement to decide during vacation The following sentences were im posed in nuisance cases The following were fined and costs each C Bartlesen A Arquith 2 II Klausner A Zimmerman N Sorensen P Goring II Brandt The following were fined Si and costs each Bartlesen and Sorensen P Ger ing 2 Pernbach E G Lind sey II Klausner G Hartman AVm Hill P Smith JF Lattner BOUNTYJUMPERS ON A TRANSPORT TORTURED BY THE ILLFITTING CLOTHING Worn by their Husbands and Gentleman Friends 1 Now gentlemen we say why not please them and improve your personal appearance by selecting for your selves one of the announcement was made on the bills for the 4th of July celebration that Col J P Sanford of Marshalltown would be the orator of the day The committee in charge of the matter however labored under a misunderstanding They had con tracted for Col Sanford to speak here on the 5th of July supposing that that day would be celebrated Subsequent ly however it was decided to celebrate on the 3d and before Col Sanford could be informed of the change be had engaged for another place on that day In this situation of affairs Bev J G Van Ness has kindly consented to de liver the oration next Saturday and we can assure our readers that they will be favored with a splendid address Kxpcrlence n Ship rouil of SIon AYlio Hitil Knllnted for 1olC Money was plentiful and whisky en tered through the steamers porta and the guards drove a profitably business in soiling canteens full of whisky ut Ifo each Promptly the hold wua trans formed into a floating hell The air grew denser and denser with tobacco smoke Drunken men to and fro They yelled and sang and danced and then they fought and fought again Uinga were formed mid within them men pounded each other fiercely They rolled on tho slimy floor and howled and swore and bit and gouged and the de lighted spectators cheered them to re double their efforts Out of these fights others sprang into life and from these still others The noise was horrible Tho wharf became crowded with rueii eager to know what was going on in tha vessel A tug was sent for and wo towed into the river and therethe an chors were dropped Guards ran In on us and beat men with clubbed rifles and were in turn attacked We drovo them out of the hold The hatch at the head of the stairs waa closed and locked The recruits were maddened with whisky Dozens of men ran amuck striking every one they came to and be ing struck and kicked and stomped on in return The ventilation hatches wero surrounded with stemfaced sentinels who gazed into the gloom below and warned all of us not to try to get out by climbing through tho hatches Jfen sprang high in the air and clutched the hatchrailings and had their hands smashed with musketbutts Sentinels paced to and fro along the vessels deck and called loudly to al row boats to keep off or they would be fired upon They did not intend that any fresh supplies of whisky should be brought to us The prisoners in this floating hell were then told to go it and they went it We had been searched for arms before we entered the barracks at Albany The more decent and quiet of us had no means of killing the drunken brutes who pressed on us there was not a ATTENTION READ REFLECT CONSIDER Buy not a Dollars Worth of CLOTHING UITIL YOU READ THIS ELEGANT SPRING SUITS Made up in tho finest style at a price which is very small as compared with the prices charged by merchant tailors or other dealers for goods not one whit bettor than those we are offering We hear of a merchant not very far from us boasting of how much ho makes by buying of us Very likely but we dont intend to sell to merchants except by way of accommo dation We dont provide for merchants wo provide for families for persons big and little clubs and all sorts of buyers who are not merchants Of course it is none of our business what becomes of our goods when sold and paid for it would be an impertinence to make it so But wholesale trade is quite apart from our concern If a shopkeeper chooses to buy in disguise that is quite another matter ho is welcome enough we will servo him as well as we can The time for decisive action has arrived I never do anything by halves except when I SELL GOODS AT ON THE DOLLAE When I strike I strike hard telling blows and for a purpose until my Philadelphia Zfmes of recent date has the following good words concerning our Col Henderson Another man who is attracting more aiidmore attention is Col D B Henderson of Dubuque His lines in early life were cast infar more pleasant places than those of his colleagues Born in Scotland he came to this country and went with his parents as a child to Iowa where he received a com mon school and country college educa tion As a mere boy he entered the army in 1SG1 serving until the loss of I SALVATION ABMY first decision in any Iowa court in Sal vation Army cases was rendered last Saturday by Judge Stonemnn of the Superior Court in Cedar Rapids The defendant was a Mrs Peckhrxm a leader in the army who was charged with beating a bass drum on the streets on Sunday aud that snare drums and tambourines were also beaten by per sons in the procession The defend ant contended that the beating of the drums etc was a part of the religious exercises of the array and could not be construed as a misdemeanor Judge Stoneman in his rulings upon the sub ject held that the guarantee of the constitution was intended to protect people in the reasonable exercise of re ligious liberty and he continued It has never been understood in civilized countries that religious lib erty subverted the duty of all men to so use their own right as not unreason ably to interfere with the equal rights of others Any other definition than ttiis would be subversion of religious liberty and put it in the power of the noisy few who might desire to cele brate their orgies on the public streets with the beating of drums the blast of trumpets and the roar of cannon on the Sabbath to render the holding of other religious assemblies by the quiet multitude of orderly people impossible The constitution does not justify the assumption of the defendants that the rafting of conduct otherwise diaorder The Game Pishes of the West is the title of a special illustrated edition of the American Angler just issued Besides other interesting reading it contains illustrated papers on the gniy ling mascalonge pike pikeperch croppie rock bass and perch The plates are very fine and the edi tion is essentially a text book upon the fishes of the west Can be obtain ed at the western office 125 South Clark street Chicago at 25 cents per copy Coles circus took S2GOO iu Waterloo isBed in a little over He was well sat v leg made his retirement from the ser and onto socalled exer rolKTinn ronrlortz cunn nicrtrnar vice necessary A year later however he reentered the army in spite of this defect as a colonel of infantry His record throughout was more than was brilliant Immedi ately after the war was over he was ad mitted to the bar having completed his studies with one of the best law firms in Iowa He soon became active in politics although without for a moment giving up his profession all the places that he accepted being in line with his studies He entered the Forty eighth Congress in which he took an active part and was reelected to the present Congress where his ability and energy are rapidly bringing him to the front He is a man of genial character and few men are more successful than he in every social relation Keen and bright asaconversationalist no oneever tires of his company In spite of the loss of a leg he is as much sought as a partner in the dance as if this defect did not exist He is always ready totake a part in any ordinary kiiiu of game ard is not particular as to the size of the stakes His frank free outspoken nature together with his genial qualit ies of a man of the world combine to make him one of the most interesting men among the rising members of the lower House The bill to restore the traitor Fitz John Porter to the army has finall been passed and the history of thi country will hereafter have to confes to the infamy of rewarding a man whi sought by treachery to destroy tb nation Upon this subject the Des lloines Register well says In his speech in opposition to the bill to restore Fitz John Porter to the army Gen Ixigan remarked with a good deal more truth than sarcasm So if men wanted to be paid liberally by tho United States they hod only to be treacherous when they should have been irie IE you are true when you might be treacherous you are vetoed Rev C L Gould of La Porte City will preach next Sunday morning and evening in the Jefferson street M E church A new and most valuable piece of work has reached this city and is on ex hibition at A Holzers store Every property owner in this place is invited to see it A bowery dance will be held Satur day in the Jenney building on Com mercial street It will be under the management of Messrs Mel Vaughn and T A Gillan and a good time is promised It has been decided to proceed at once with the repairs of the Logan House and that building will be re modeled and put in firstclass shape Architect Hyde and his assistant Guy club or a knife or an iron bolt that we could lay our hands to I fought and got licked fought again and won and for the third time faced my man and got knocked stiff in two seconds My face resembled a raw ham It was a scene to make a devil howl with delight The light grew dimmer and dimmer and then the inte rior of the hold was dark except such portions as were dimly lighted by the bars of light thnt shotthrough the ports and that which was reflected down the hatches in square columns We fought and howled and swore with rage and pain Through it all the foul smell was overpowering The deadly penetrating odors of ulcerous men who suffered from unnamable diseases of stale tobacco smoke the sickening fumes of dead whisky and the smell of many unclean ruffians made the air heavy with a hor rible stencli Many recruits lost their bounty money They were robbed and beaten almost to death Exhaustion quieted the devils down during the night and then we slept on tho filthy floor There was not a bunk in the entire hold The next morning we awoke with Bore heads and faint stomaclis and un der orders washed out the vast room as well as we could Wilkeson in Chicago Times MENS DEPARTMENT Never so Replete with Durable Goods At Wonderfully Low Prices Economy is wealtli is an old adage therefore a medium weight suit of clothing is a good investment and all things being equal should bring a sure return loaded with every variety of Our counters are This is tho beginning and it will be continued object is accomplished I will sell 300 Seer Sucker Coats and Vests at and worth lOOsuits at worth 300 suits at worth fine Dress Suits at worth fine White Shirt at 75 cents worth Every article in the house at rockbottom prices Com parison solicited Goods freely shown and experienced buyers especially in vited to look at our Goods Let there be no favoritism examine our stock if we cannot plainly show you that it is to your interest to give us your trade then you are under no obligations to purchase AIVJ3 SEE ME ATTELE One Price Clothing House IOWA BEISRAEL ise of religion renders such disorder y conduct any the less disorderly The olygamistin Utah in violation of the undamental principles of society in ill civilized countries engrafts into his ocalled religious system the system if plurality of wives and takes refuge Behind the same this de endant does viz religious liberty Che mere statement of such a mon strous doctrine is its sufficient refiita ion The public streets of the city were intended as highways merely for the benefit of the not or places of worship for any sect creed or denomination and whoever uses the public highway for any pur pose that disturbs unnecessarily the jeace and quiet of the public be jomes thereby a disturber of the pub ic peace The defendant in the case is shown to be a persistent and repeat ing offender and violator of the ordin ances of the city The Mayor of the city and the Mar shal have more than once admonished her not to make noisy parades through the streets of the city on Sunday This court has heretofore imposed on her a floe and suspended its collection and herimprisonment on condition that in future she did not violate the ordin ances of the city These admonitions she has disregarded and having been found guilty of repeating the offense the court imposes ou her a fine of fifty dollars and orders her imprisoned in the county jail until the line is paid The Judge however ordered the sentence suspended in case the offense was not repeated W II Deshon a representative of a book publishing house who has been here for some time was arrested Sat urday on charge of trying to defraud the Central House out of a board bill for himself and wife He made a raise yesterday and liquidated part of the bill Guilbert of Dubuque were here last week to prepare the plans for the work Death on the a TailEnd Col lision on ttc Q Four Men arc ITw Killed and Two Injured CRESTON Iowa June B Q freight train Xo 13 broke in two on the hill six miles east of Creston at last night It was followed by an ex tra West the conductor of 13 ran back to flag the extra when the broken section followed him The extra was running twelve miles an hour and was within six carlengths of the broken section when discovered by the engin eer He and the fireman jumped be fore the engine crashed into the ca boose which was smashed into splin ters Eight railroad laborers were asleep in the caboose Four were killed THE STATE OF IOWA UfACKiTAWK COUNTY f 53 OFFICE OF COUSTT AUDITOR To ail WJifim it Concern The commissioner appointed to locate a high way in Cedar township in said county cnm incnelnu at the 54 section comer Iretween Sec tions 22 and 27 in Twp 83 north Itange 12 west5thPM running thence 20 feet thcnco north 2014100 chains to a foot cost and 20 feet south of the nw corner of s54 seH of said Sec 22 thence cisr 2314100 chains thence north 40 dearcast928100chains thence north 63 dog cast 2 fiO100 chains to Cedar Kivcr said road to be 40 feet wide and pnss insf through lands of John B and Deslro Michel and of Florentine Sarjach Louis and Michael Toiimicr and Mary McKcvltt re ported in favor of such location and nil olijct tlons thereto or claims for damages must lie filed In the otlice of the Auditor of said county onor before noon of the ICth day of August AD 1SSO or such highway will be located without reference thereto Dated at Waterloo this 221 day of June A D 1656 DANTw FOOTE 1409wi County Auditor Made of the newest fabrics in all the popular colors A choice is easily made and a correct fit assuied We have Suits for Work for Business and for Dress Goods which are bound to attract the greatest amount of attention In fact we propose to knock the bottom all out of fictitious values and show the people that the PHIL CLOTEIM HOUSES FAMOUS LOWPICE TRAIN Will Run on Time Regardless of Competition Many a boy has so completely riddled his Winter Clothing that New Clothes are a necessity if he is to be presentable at school We are able to supply every boy in Waterloo and surrounding country and all parents who try us will be suit ed and will never regret it A boys suit which is stylish and has lots of wear is what is required and this is the place to get it We have all the latest styles of THE IRVING RINK HEOPENED AND CONTAINS THE FISEST ASSOBTJ1ENT OP BUGGIES AND CARRIAGES In the State and in fact our entire Warehouse comprising three floors is crowded with new and beautiful Goods of the LATEST IMPROVE MENT and all STANDARD GOODS fully Warranted WE KEEP NO INFERIOR GOODS AND THE ONLY POSITIVE Ladies Take notice Mrs W C MUNGER Has opened n On Commercial Street West Side two doors north of Central House where she will keop constantly on hand a full line of Hnir GooOs and also n tine tissortracnt of Indies Furnish Outright two more injured and two esj iiw Goods such as Five cars were demolsight Dresses Chemise Fancy Pleated and Norfolk Suits for Boys from 4 to 18 years of Age MOTHERS WILL DO WELL TO CALL AND SEE OUR UNEQUALED ASSORTMENT OF GOOD FITTING SHIRTS COMFORTABLE UNDERWEAR HEW EFFECTS IU HOSIERY Unique Designs in NECKWEAR AND THE Budlong Disk Pulverizer If you want anything in our line call where you can have a selection at HOLMES VAUGHANS caped unhurt ished Three were loaded with horses one with agricultural implements and one with graders tools Out of the fortyfour horses four were killed and one injured The names of the killed are Henry Hughes Butterdeld J M Davidson Dell Aldritt 111 Thomas White Two of the kilted were badly cut to pieces The injured are John Madema left leg broken below the knee hurt in the back and otherwise alightly bruised Mike Hasbrough an Italian nose broken and otherwise slightly bruised oa the face aud hands and badly hurt though neither are dan gerous The engine and tender were stripped The collision occurred on a high embankment and bridge and the track is clear and all other trains are running this morning Drawers Cor sets Aprons Stockings Mils Col lars Gloves Cuffs HiuidkTs AH Hair work nni Hair Goods jpianmteed to he first class and to give entire sattsraclion All orJers 05raall will receive prompt and careful attention Utilr comWntra and cut iair taken In exchange for foods or work MrsW C MUNGER LATEST aM BEST STYLES I HATS And Gentemens Fixings of all Kinds Powdered orris root is a cheap and pood tooth powder it also purifies the breath A If your eyes are inclined to be weak and inflamed bathe often with salt water and at night rub the lids with a Httie fresh lard For chapped hands One ounce gly cerine one ounce rose water it is also good for the skin and it at the same time bleaches it Temperance Billiard Parlor I Intend to reopen myhlllinrd parlorandwill keep a strictly temperance house Will keep the finest tcmpernnco drinks ever brought to thecity lam also agent for NEW ERA BEER a new temperance drink declared by the Internal Revenue Dopt to contain no al cohol and to be a beverage that does not In toilcatc advocated by eminent physicians as n Nutrient and Tonic Keverajje and as nu ex cellent substitute for llquoro such as boor ami porter etc T solicit a share of tho public putronageattho old standnearly opposite the post office MTIPPMAN Truly we may say that we do better for our customers than any other store in the west Tho Russians Occupy Constantinople AND THE 20th CENTURY TO BE PROCLAIMED While waiting for these things to transpire ODELL PINKERTON CO Are now ready to supply the tanners of Blackhawk County with the Newest the Best and Latest Improved MACHINES IJT EVEEY LIE Be Sure and See Them Before Buying Look Out for Bargains in Twine Headquarters at OLD WICrWAM West Fourth Street AT THE iLumber For Sale y Uto KICKER LUMBER CO NICK East Side Corner Fourth and Sycamore Streets FELLTIEIMEU E E ISRAEL Manager STAPLE AND FANCY DRY GOODS CLOTHING BOOTS SHOES CARPETS Trunks Valises 66 Commercial Street Wesf   

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