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   Waterloo Courier, The (Newspaper) - September 26, 1894, Waterloo, Iowa                              VOLUME U6 WATERLOO IOWA WEDNESDAY SEPTEMBER 26 1894 WHOLE NFMBEB 1839 OFacts That Will Interest EveryLady Gentleman Boy or ChildIO Never in the history of readymade garments have you had the pleasure of seeing such fine goods and such an enormous stock as you can see at the PHILADELPHIA ONEPRICE CLOTHING HOUSE Come in see the grandest stock of CLOTHING HATS UNDERWEAR FURNISHING GOODS and FUR OVERCOATS in the United States styles and more clothing to select from than you will find at any other four stores combined in this city Our liberal methods reliable goods and fairest or ees fill our mammoth store with bargain hunters and fashion seekers and drive all competitors to the wall We show the grandest stock of fine Clothine in Water loo and we urgently invite gentlemen who usually have their clothing made to order to come and see the remarkably elegant goods we are rich materials the faultless shapes and skilled workmanship at prices just onehalf what the merchant tailors will charge you For instance the tailor charge you for a Suit or Overcoat matters not what class of goods it is we have the same at just 1250 We guarantee as perfect a fit asthe bpvr can make Can you afford not to see us MO me OUR PRICES TOUCH TENDER SPOTS In economical mothers purses Weve got a stock of Boys and Childrens Clothing such as youneyer saw before and the beautiful feature resardineit is there s Clothing at prices to suit everybodys pocket We have enough to clothe every boy in town and county and as for prices thev are certa nfv th h goods and the lowest prices in the city How do we know this We do know it there is very little about the Clothing trade of this citfthat we dont know Our present display of Clothing for Boys big and little is the finest largest choicest and most perfect that can be made Prices One hundred and seventh good heavy School Suits ages 4 to 14 at 65c We know some of our competitors dont sell as good for 150 Our 150 Suits are OO Suits Our and Suits cannot be matched for double the prices Boys Overcoats range from 1 OO and up which makes ou competitors and claim we cannot afford to sell such good goods for such little money but we do it every day in the week See our double knee and double sTatDan See our Knee Pants for 15c only See our Wool Knee Pants for 25c only Compare them with these little concerns claiming they can sen just as chean challenge any of them to produce such good goods for as low a price as THE SIDE CORNER J cneap DEPARTMENT OF OUR BUSINESS Has given greater evidence of the approval of the people than our Hat Store We have revolutionized the Hat trade of the city never retailing a Hat for more than the wholesale price and some times selling Hats for less than our competitors in town can buy same quality for We are constantly on the alert to close big lots at closer prices and as the opportunity comes we buy them low and sell them low Our custom is not to cheap and med ium grades we have as fine Hats as any fashionable hatter can we dont charge an extra dollar or so for the privilege of having a makers name therein Oar English Stiff Hats made in old Bond street London England are far superior to any made in America Come inland we will show you that we can save you money and give you more for your money than anybody OUR FURNISHING GOODS DEPARTMENT togy iar the largest in the city We carry the best Underwear there is made at prices that will sell them 25 Doz Shirts and Drawers at icr 75 Doz Fleecelined Undershirts and Drawers atlHI 37c worth 75c PHILADELPHIA ONEPRICE CLOTHI1TC HOUSE s tro STOKES 1 MACHIIE SHOP Williams and Bryan Get Quite an Outfit in the County Jail But Fail to Escape CLOSE WATCHING BEATS THEM From Tuesdays Daily About a week and a half ago a tramp presented himself at the court house and asked to see Sheriff Hoxie When he found that official he told him that a brace and some drills and saws were to be handed in to the two burglars who are in jail He said he had got onto the scheme from something that hehad learned at the Independence races and he gave the names of the parties who were to give the tools to the prisoners The sheriffs informant said that he was a tramp but he did not believe in robbing people and was willing to help keep such people in limbo when they were once captured Since that information the sheriff and his deputies have been doubly careful and have kept constant watch over the birds Sometime ago some saws and other tools were taken away from them but nothing further was discovered until yesterday when the outfit was found just as the tramp stated 4 Sometime ago when the cage was repaked after the fire a section of the floor near the cage corridor but outside the bars was taken up to enable the workmen to get to the underside of the cage In some way the burglars man aged to reach through the bars of the cage and get this section out of the floor and underneath they hid a carpen ters brace and a finch drill These tools were tied together with a cord and a string made of black thread was at tached by which they were hung up Another smaller drill Wai alio found In the hammock on which they tlept In the closet hanging from the bottom of thr wen two MWI made for Iron With Uila outfit the fel IOWB had out nearly all the bolU which hold down patch on the floof of one of the Mils drilling out then bolto hadfllitd the bolw with which they hrt eotond with 4irtK tut lookid bolt Heads They had also cut parti through the bolts which held the bars by which the cell doors were lockec and they evidently intended to push the cell doors open and in that way all could get into the cell in which the plate was loosened and from there they expected to dig out Whether or not they would have succeeded had their plan worked thus far is not known but they will not have another chance Since this scheme has fallen through Bryan has confessed to the robbery and last night they drew a diagram of the blocks around the east side C G W depot locating where he claims the jewelery taken from Fred Heckels house was planted They claim that they kept Mrs Heckels wedding ring and hid it at the place where they were captured In regard to where the fellows got the tools which they found it has been learned that certain local talent has been trying to aid them This will be thoroughly investigated j In spite of careful inspection of the places where the burglars said the jew elry was hidden it could not be found Another and more thorough search will probably be made Braves Off For Saratoga NEW YORK Sept 1000 Tatumauy braves assembled at the Grand Central depot where several trains of drawing room cars were iu j readiness to convey them to Saratoga Tha braves were resplendent in their war paint but looked peaceful and happy The delegates and alternates numbered less than 200 but with their friends who accompanied them five times the number of tigers will repre sent Tammany at the Democratic con vention Fitzslimnons and Crccdon NEW ORLEANS Sept pic club has arranged another great tournament for this week The princi pal event will be the meeting of Fitz shnmons and Greedon on the 26th The record of Bob Fitzsimmons is well known In this country ho has never met dofoat and such men as Hall Manor Dompsey and others have gone down before him Creedon has con quered Hall Costello and Alex Grog gains On account of next Monday being Hshano the Tewith Xew Years day theH Dept store will closed By the JewJah calendar the new year will be 6655 v NEWS BRIEFLY RE The 22d atfuual meeting of the Amer ican Public Health association is in ses sion at Montreal It is semiofficially stated at Vienna that the czar is suffering from Britrfite disease of the kidntys At Upper Sandusky O a gas well i with a volume of 4000000 feet has been 1 struck in nine feet of sand Two thousand four hundred Wew York shirtmakers are on strike in New York for more pay and shorter hours EL Oakes aBeloit who was camping and pearl fishingwas drowned m the Pecatonica river near Rockton Tils The puddlers of the Oliver iron and steel works Pittsburg have struck against a 2o per cent reduction and all but four furnaces closed down The University of Chicago has made arrangements for the publication of an astronomical journal which will be in ternational in scope and character Mr Andrew D White the United States minister to Russia has gone to Munich Bavaria He will return to bt Peterburg in October in order to present his letters of recall It is considered unlucky in Ireland to view a funeral procession while the bc 1 WEBSTERS INTERNA TIONAL Grttntt Jitufator Successor nf I he Unabridged Everybody should own this Dictionary It an swers all questions concerning the his tory spelling pro nunciation and meaning of words Itself it also gives Die often de sired information concerning eminent persons facts concern ing the countries cities towns anil nat ural features of the globe particulars con cerning noted fictitious persons and places translation of foreign quotations It is in valuable in the home bfllco study and schoolroom Tbo One Great Stnndnrtl Authority Hon J Brewer Jnstlce of U 8 Supremo Court wrltM Tho InlernnUoual IHctlonnry In tho perfection or dlctlonnrlcj 1 commend It lo nlliuviioono grent etnmlnnl authority C CJfefrTnta Co Springfield Mats for ffW pMnphM WEBSTERS to1 INTERNATIONAL 1 EVERY DAY FOR 23 YEARS Letters have come from all parts of the country telling of cures wrought by Dr CLARK JOHNSONS INDIAN BLOOD SYRUP IN CASES OF Scrofula Chronic Blood Disorders and especially Rheumatism also Chills and Fever Dyspepsia and Dropsy TWENTY MILLION BOTTLES sold since 1870 First and Foremost it is the FAMILY REMEDY It saves Doctors bills Should be in every house hold Read what one of its many thousands of grateful friends says about it Your Indian Blood Syrup is all you claim it lo be I suffered with liver and kidney complaint for years and got no relief until I used your remedy It worked wonders with me JOHN CRAWFORD Newton Jasper Co Iowa Oriental Soap U teriaptr lot to til UM other for taratltyiDg compUilon 8oW bf WftMkr BrM I AM TRACKING TJIB I Syrtcm for cutting Dresses nt niy tors over II H lleraolt store In one hours time with rf finishing up wanted llmitr McMirAitx Experienced lrcss Maker AM KINDS OF STAMMWS DONK AT 818 Jrttewonrtreot All Druggists have sold it for the past 23 years DR CLARK JOHNSON T7 W THIRD STREET NEW YORK AGENTS TO SEU THE finest toilet preparation for tlie complexion Address 321 W Main St Jji Iortc City Iowa or IOWA I us iv PISTBICT COUKT September Term I8W BhiekbawK County KBTATK OK DAVlrt JIAllMON 18 MKRRBV Thai U Teeter Admlnlitrator of VhcKstatc of David tedjii final rewrt or his hathe f T U vtn trator of MM Ititott and Mmt the stiretles on his bond Notice of the Appointment of Ad ministrator STATE OK IOWA I Ukiukhuwk County NOTICE IS IJEKEHY GIVEN That the un uorslgricd has been duly appointed and qimlillci as Administrator with tlie will annexed of the Estate of John M Stewart late of lilackhawk county deceased All persons Indebted to talii Estate are requested to make immediate pay ment and those having claims against the same will present them duly authenticated to the undersigned for allowance CHATFIEUX Dated Sept 12th isasiw Notice of the Appointment of Ad ministrator STATE OF IOWA 1 Blackhawk County NOTICE JS HEREBY GIVEN That the un dersigned has been duly appointed and qualified as Administrator of the Estate of lolm S Mil ler late of lilackhawk county deceased All persons Indebted to said Estate are requested to make Immediate payment ami those having claims against the same will present them duly authenticated to the undersigned for allowance Bated Sept 12th isw Notice of the Appointment of Execu tor STATE OF IOWA 771 lilatkhawk County f NOTICE IS HEKEBY GIVEN That the under signed has been duly appointed and qualified as Executor of the Estate of George Dallas late of lilackhawk county deceased All per sons Indebted to said Estate are requested to make Immediate payment and those Imving claims against the sinie will present them duly authenticated to the undersigned for allowance C PARKHUHST Dated Sept 11th WE HAVE NEVER OWNED SO COMPLETE A STOCK OF Dress Goods Flannels Shawls Blankets Muslins Prints Hosiery Underwear coaks Furs Carpets Oil Cloths Curtains and Curtain Stuffs We make prices as low as the lowest Get our prices before buying IT PAYS TO TRADE AT FOR SALE1 PHAETON 1 LARGE SPRIXG express wagon l covered spring wagon i set double harness lsingle liarness 1 horse for cash good notes or trade for pianos or or Bans L S Sep Mw OTCI jiuiiiiiiiMnHui ur nsmic or Harmon deceased iww nted antial report or amlyBfHwt Im dMchMved from aetrnit as tuch Administrate tt BftM ItMft further WaWllty 1W Clerk DiitHct Court STATK OK IOWA I In District Court Blackhawk Co November Term 180J AMIEBT W JorLs vs D Cownx and i UVKVOWV DKFKXDAVTS OHfilMl Notice Heirs at law of John it en deceased J ZY William D Cnwcn and miltnown defendant lieirmit Una of John R Cowen de ceased YOU AKE HEKE1JY NOTIFIED that there Is now on Ille In the ofllce of the Clerk of the DIs trlct Court of lilackhawk County Iowa the pell f Albert Wlfoils claiming that his title In and to the south half of the northcast quarter and the northwest quarter of the northeast quarter of section No twenty nine In township No ninety north range No twelve west of the 6th V IVY bo quieted1 and that you be barred and forever estopped from having or ela mlng any right or title to the prem ises described adverse to plaintiff Said petition allcfres that a deed slcncd by all the heirs at law of Cowen deceased was executed on the mh day of April isra under which this plaintiff and his grantors have held the actual open and notorious possession of said premises for more than twenty years adversely to your claim that your Interest If any you have Is as hit Sf JIN Cowen deeeascKl ami that such Interest Is barred by siKjli adferac sussion under said deedinnd claim of Maht thoro to and that said petlfion clalmn And unless you appear thereto and defend on or before noon of flier day or the next term or the District Court to be Impm and held at the court house In the City or Waferloo Black hawk County State or Iowa on the mh day of November A D IMM your default will b en Judtrment and decree rendered amlnst you lt accordance with prayer of said Attorwyi HOFFS 603 and 605 Commercial Street Waterloo West Side AT BRACDOITS We can turnedshoesjust like new This is work you cannot get satisfactor ily done everywhere We claim to do the BEST REPAIRING in the city Work gotten out promptly and at prices as low or lower than you pay for inferior work manship We have the machinery for doing good work   

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