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Waterloo Daily Courier (Newspaper) - September 26, 1894, Waterloo, Iowa 42 YEARNO WATERLOO IOWA WEDNESDAY EVENING SEPTEMBEE 26 1894 PRICE FIVE CENTS PUBLISHED BY THE W H HARTMAN COMPANY WCOWORATED THE FOILBR COMPANY Wholesale Grocers A RELIABLE WATCH W S HABTHAITPresident J C HAHTMANSecretary and Treasurer SUBSCRIPTION RATES THE DAILY Per wcclc deliveredisc nionih 6oc month mailed500 THE WEEKLY One Six months ioo Three months 50 Card rates of Advertising in both publications fur nished on application Office in Courier Block 1SG Bridge St Telephone No 21 REPUBLICAN STATE TICKET gives you the correct time to a second and if provided with one from our stock youll never miss a train The only way to gain time is to avoid losing it and to escape wearisome waiting by having a watch that keeps time accur ately Our ladies and gentlemens gold and silver watches run as regular ly and unerringly as the earth moves In her orbit If you depend on them its as certain that youll make the train as it is that steam will move a lo comotive Opposite Logan House 206 East 4th Street Waterloo Icwa For Secretary of State W M MFARLAND For Auditor C G MOAHTHY For Judges of Supreme Court C T GRANGEK H E DEEMER For Treasurer JOHN 8 HERRIOTT For Attorney General MILTON KEMLEY For Railroad Commissioner 0 L DAVIDSON For Clork of Supreme Court C L JONES For Reporter of the Supreme Court B I SALLINGER Congressional Ticket For Congress Third District D B HENDERSON Judicial Ticket Tenth Judicial District J J TOLERTON of Blackbawk County A S BLAIR of Delaware County DR 0 J FULUWTON Waterloo Dental Parlors WEST FOURTH STREET OVER WATERLOO STATE BANK J G HILDEBRAND D D S DR G J MACK SPECIALTY Diseases of tie Ey6 Ear Nose and Throat SPECTACLES FITTED Office 537 Com St over Snowdens Drug Store WATERLOO IOWA DB M L SPENCER Wangler Block East Side County Ticket For Clerk of the Courts BENIIY D WILLIAMS of W aterlo For County Recorder CHARLES B SANTEE of Cedar Falls For County Auditor BENJAMIN J RODAMAR of Eagle Twp For County Attorney GEORGE W DAWSON of East Waterloo From High Government Authority No authority of greater experience on food products ex ists than Dr Henry A Mott of New York Dr Motts wide experience as Government Chemist for the Indian Depart ment gave him exceptional opportunities to acquaint himself with the qualities and constituent parts of baking powders He understands thoroughly the comparative value of every brand in the market and has from time to time expressed his opinion thereof On a recent careful reexamination and analysis he finds Dr Prices Cream Baking Powder superior to all others in strength purity and efficiency Dr Mott writes New York March soth 1894 I find Dr Prices Cream Baking Powder to be superior to all others for the following reasons ist It liberates the greatest amount of leavening gas and is consequently more efficient 2nd The ingredients used in its preparation are of the purest character 3rd Its keeping qualities are excellent 4th On account of the purity of the materials and their relative proportions Dr Prices Cream Baking Powder must be considered the acme of perfection as regards wholesomeness and efficiency and I say this having in mind certificates I have given several years ago respecting two other baking powders The reasons for the change in my opinion are based on the above facts and the new method adopted to prevent your baking powder from caking and deteriorating in strength HENRY A MOTT Ph D L L D1 WE HA VE NEVER OWNED SO COMPLETE A STOCK OF Dress Goods Flannels Shawls Blankets Muslins Prints Hosiery Underwear Cloaks 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 v 603 and 605 Commercial Street Waterloo West Side T O V OUR ASSORTMENT IS COMPLETE FOE ALL KINDS OP FUEL New and Secondhand COOKS RANGES HEATERS OUB PRICES for 1894 we know will please you T O CUTLER HARDWARE CO STOVES vV B SMALL M D Practice limited to diseases of EYE EAR NOSE 9 THROAT Office over Henderson Bros drug store oppo site Irving House J B SEDGWICK A TTOBNIY AM KXAifllfBl OF TITLES CompUU 0AM Strut The Galena 111 Weekly Gazette of Sept 20 has the following reference to the Rev S H Baslior the PopDem candidate for Congress in this district A preacher named Bashor who used to live down in Carroll county has be come somewhat noted as a circus per former He first attracted attention in Carroll county by riding two horses at one time one named and the other Prohibition Dis mounting from these he essayed the onehorse act on the nag Populist bound for Washington Distanced in this race he conceived the idea that while this last nag wasnt worth a con tinental single it might go well with a trotting mate so he took the beast out to Iowa and placing it alongside the well known spavined animal Demo crat he mounted the two and with an eye on the building under the big dome he is just whooping er up for all he is worth Bashor never was a howling success as a rider either single or double and after another failure he will probably go back to preaching again WM WAGNER DEALER IN CHOICE WINES ANO LIQUOR Celebrated St Louis Beer for family use Strictly pure goods only Prices reasonable Goods delivered 629 Sycamore St Waterloo Iowa Rl flnn PfllQAN or Syphilispenn pLUULf rUIOUIl ftntnfly cured in 28 to GO days by Maaio Remedy un derguarantee backed by 1500000 capiUl Positive book illuitrated from lile from people cured free by mail When Hot Springs and mercury fail our Afaaic Remedywill cure OOOK REMKDY OO OHIOJOO cXCELSIOR SPRINGS MO WATERS SulphoSaline Regent Soterian and Soterian Ginger Ale The Treating Custom Chicago Record The treating cus tom is responsible for two of the worst of the attending evils of drink It ob liges those who follow it to drink more than they want or would take but for the sake of appearing to be sociable And it cultivates the taste for liquor among young men who would have nothing to do with it were they not asked and urged to do so A man who enters a saloon alone is generally con tent with as much alcoholic stimulant as will appease his thirst and give him a moderate exhilaration Let him be accompanied by one or two others and the senseless custom of treating de mands the purchase and consumption by eacu drinker of as many drinks as there are members of the plied of course by the number of times that any individual member may take it into his head to treat Do YOU Drinlj Water 2 and Diplomas Chicago 1893 Illustrated PamfMet Sold By J Knapp and C B HKtf JKRSOtf A CO Waterloo Iowa York Tribune Louisiana is apparently destined to the honorable distinction of making the first break in the Solid South The revolt of the planters and the formal transfer of their political allegiance to the Repub lican party mark the beginning of the end of the unnatural and unAmerican sectionalism in party affairs which for more than twenty years has stood as a barrier to Southern development and progress Louisville CourierJournal The most charitable construction to be put upon all this is that the man is insane and therefore wholly irresponsible All the machinery of the district was in his own hands All the opportuni ties for fraudulent voting were his That he should dispute the result can mean nothing except a mind diseased Driver Fowlers reins broke at Harlem recently and he won second money wifcB Algonquin by driving him in with the lino An 8yearold girlwas recentlyJjillQd ns a sacrifice to propitiate the god of health In a neighbors behalf in Iridia QQINQSOJfEf IOWA first street fight since the re form city administration took charge of affairs at Ames occurred on Main street Monday night between the may or and one of the councilmen The mayor was worsted in the melee school board at Angus has precipitated itself into a heap of trou ble They elected Miss Emma Beard as a teacher in one department of the public school in that city but reconsid ered their action andelected another teacher to the same department When school opened the other morning both teachers appeared ready for work and Miss Beard says she will hold the posi tion or claim nine months salary will of exGov Kirkwood was made public Monday His personal ef fects homestead and a year go to his widow during her life At her death this with will fall to his adopted daughter Mrs Prichard The remainder of his estate probably worth will be invested and the inter est thereon will be paid to the Wom ans Belief Corps of Iowa City for period of five years after which the full amount will go to the State Univ ersity of Iowa Perkins the assistant electrician at the electric light power house at Council Bluffs was killed in stantly shortly after 8 oclock Sunday evening by a shock from No 3 dyna mo the one that runs the city arc lights He was cleaning the dynamo when Mr Carothers the electrician heard him scream Bushing to his as sistance he found the young man ly ing on the floor only partially conscious and before he could get him laid out upon a cot that stood handy he was dead In working about the machine he had in some way managedto make a short circuit by which he got the full strength of the current through his body Clearneld comes the report of a runaway accident which happened there Saturday evening attended with fatal results Daniel Stevens and wife with three small children were return ing from the tournament at Clearfielc when suddenly they were overtaken by a runaway team attached to a wagon The runaway horses collided with Stev ens vehicle totally demolishing it in stantly killing two of his children and fatally injuring himself so that he died Sunday afternoon Mrs Stevens and an infant daughter miraculously es caped with slight injuries Z Beamer driver of the runaway team who is a brotherinlaw to Stevens sustained ser ious injuries Cherokee ball club defeated the Aurelia team Monday by a score of 12 to 16 for a purse of and the gate receipts after the expenses of the game were paid The Cherokeeans are ahead from the gate money but say the Aurelians got a little the best of the deal The bill of expenditures as presented by the Aurelia club was as follows For rent of the grounds owned by the Central for cleaning the diamond for ten special policemen eachjforfourdoorkepers each two being Cherokee boys who claim they never saw their money Besides there were bills for printing andlivery hire and numberlesstickets marked comp for which cash had Threats of prosecution are already being made Only a few years ago the shah ofPersia hada peculating governor guilty of steak Ing the royal taxestrailed to death in a caldron of water A Nineteenth Century Movement The most hopeful feature onwhich the nineteenth century will look as its EUH Koes down is the movement of help fulness to one another that is spreading among civilized men In all history there is no record of a time when peo ple generally were doing so much to better the lot of those less fortunate There is snobbery without end There is the childish aristocracy of wealth which thinks itself superior because it has more of the merely animal comforts of life There are cheating and despoil ing as cruol if not so violent as any that blotted the human record in the days of the robber barons orthe pirates of the Spanish main But never before did thinkers so often sit down and strive to reason out meth odsof removing the inequalities of for tune among civilized men The model tenement houses and cooking classes for the poor the cheap music books and summer and winter excursions bring mankindnearer a level of intelligence and sympathy than they ever were be fore The college settlements are one of the most striking features of the move ment Into a squalid crowded dirty district in a great city go a few refined devoted men or women They rent a cheap suit of rooms They live among the poor oftentimes when they them selves have been accustomed to every luxury that wealth can bring They do not patronize the people They quietly and with infinite tact make them feel as equals and brothers and sisters They bring cleanliness light flowers music libraries and good food within reach of those whom poverty and ignorance have stunted and dwarfed They teach bet ter cleaner finer ways of living Espe cially among the children of the poor are these lessons learned Such will be lifted to a permanently higher level from which their children that come after them will never sink There too is grand cooperative movement of the nineteenth century teaching that co the rul ing principle of a true civilization In stead of every mans hand being against his neighbors the hands all working together in harmony will produce plenr ty for all Among the churches too there are indicationsof downright hon est effort to apply the teachings of the founder of Christianity directly to the solution of social and economic prob lems This is what Christianity is good for Notice To tlie oivners ofthepropcrty hereinafter and oil wliom it may concern You are hereby notified that the following is the assessment rolls as prepared and confirmed by direction of the city council of thecity of Wa terloo for section No three for the grading curb ing paving and guttering iu Improvement Dls trict No one Theplat of said paved por tlon of Improvement District No one is now on me In the office of the City Clerk open to the inspection of any person or company interest ed therein and notice is hereby given that any person or company having any objection co the same or the tax proposed to be assessed thereby shall lllewith the City Clerk iu writing his 01 their objections thereto at or before a specia meeting tobe held In the council rooms in said city on Monday October S next at p m aud show cause If any assessmenl should not be approved and adopted passed anc confirmed 8510t H C ScHUiTKf City Clerk USE GAS FOR COOKING Tdost economical and avoids danger Water oo Gas Electric Light Company A SPECIFIC FOR THE KIDNEYS LIVER STOMACH POISONEDALTERED 03 CMXGEO CONDITIONS OFTHE BLOOD A THOROUGH THREE MONTHS TREATMENT FOR ONE DOtLAR Absolutely free from all Minerals COMMUNITY OF SHAKERS UNION VILlACE1VWBSCN COOHIO ADDRESS AH OMDERS SOLD BY ALL DRUGGISTS J W BABB Three Boors Prom Bridge SIIDIS Invest in Oelwein Lots At present prices Write the Oelwein Land Co for further particulars Cores GOLDS COUGHS and CONSUMPTION PRICE 10 CENTS SIS FOB PURPOSES Electric Lights both Arc and Incandescent for Street Store Office and Residence Lighting Pip Ing and Wiring done on short notice Use Gas for Cooking Most Economi cal and Avoids Danger One of the striking aspects of the Breckinridge fight in Kentucky is that the horse race betting which usually oc cupies the district so felicitously termed the Blue Grass was transferredto the silver haired Lothario himself Plnn gers stake large sums on his chances for reelection The campaign has really furnished new and pleasurableexcite mentto the tough old bettors towhom horse betting had become somewhat tame The Breckinridge racejwaslive Her than ahorse race The excitement extended throughout theetate Coloael R P Pepper of Frankfort bet on Owens Breckinridges opponent He Went 10 to 8 on Owens Thpusands of people are looking Cal iforniaward They want to know where to go to raise fruit and how to travel cheaply and comfortably For full information to these questions address California Bureau of Informa tion Lock Box No 1 Cedar Rapids Iowa Home Seekers Excursions The Chicago Great Western Railway will run three Home Seekers Excur sions namely on Sept llth Sept 25th and October 9th 1894 Tickets will be sold from all stations to points in the North South or West at one firstclass limited fare plus for the round trip Apply to Chicago Great West ern railway ticket agents who will take pleasure in securing sleeping car accommodations all neces sary information or address F H LORD G P T A Chicago 111 Although Colonel BicharcL Malcolm Johnston the Georglaauthor confesses to 72 years no suspecthisago from Jus upright figureTclear eye and genial manner Agreeable as his writings arej his conversation Is yetmofeTsqV Ho Is a typo of theolcTschool man and his speech jhasthe souttienvoc cent A JLofty Sentiment He paid his summer hotel bill And paid it all Jn cash Then looking atthe said Who steals my purse steals Free One Fare Bate to St Louis The B C E N Ey will sell ex cursion tickets to St Louis Sept 29tb to Oct 6th account St Louis Fair at a rateof ONE FARE FOB TRIP Tickets are good to return un til Oct 8th For further particulars enquire of station agents or address J MORTON Gen Pass Agt Qedar Bapids Iowa The groat household remedy for all NBRVOWi AND lOTIAMMATOEY ACHES and FAINS fiHEUMATISMNBUEALaiA HEAD ACHE TOOTHACHE LAMB BACK and CATABKH PfllCE 2SC SOC AND StiaKei NBurop of He w Ifpr FITS EPILEPSY SLEEPLESSNESS yousNESS and WORN Down CENTBBSi t rom abuse or other Womans best Iriond in pain 6 PER CENT ON IOWA FARMS II CO M II WORTH bd fcd OF MUSIC AND JEWELRI To be sold on easy weekly and monthly payra Must or cash Get my prices an YOU WIJUL BUY Paid Up Capital Ilie bail Johnson Trust Co WATERLOO IOWA PRICE 0100 EDGAR riQKlTT i W LOOM Juttbt too PICKETT S LOGAN INSURANCE AGENTS WRITE FJIE UQITKWG TORNADO STOKm AND PLATE GUIS INSURANCE in and idjust losses for ten Companies represent ing over assets and al ind liberal toss ptjrert Met Cral St First Sturmj Eelew Bridp ft When You Need 502 Comuierciiil Street WATERLOO DEALIM IS LUMBER and COAL in rtMk HI ttaMi nil of BK8T QUALITY OF HARD and SOFT OOAL WEST 4TM ST WATERLOO C R HARMR MMMftr LOW RATE Great Race at Davenport Between Robert J on September 27th B G B Ry will sell tick ets at forttheround trip goodOn regular trains of that dayonly Call on ticket agents iorfiill infor mation J MOBTOK Gen Ticket and Pass Agent Cedar Bapida Iowa i Your local railroad ticket agent will give you fullparticulars in re gard to these HARVEST EX GUKSIONS which willbe run via tlie Illinois CentralRailroadon dates quoted belowto points West Southwest and South at he low rate of one fare for the round trip plus Iu connection with these HARVEST EXCURSIONS Arrangements can also be madeto visit the desirable railroad lands of the I C E B in Southern Illinoison s ob talningspeclal permission to do so by addressing the Com pan y s Land Com missioner at Chicago Mr E P SKKNE That gea tleman will also be pleas ed to furnish special In formation in regard to the famous YAZOO DELTA LANDS in Mississippi to whichthese excursions are run Itshouldbe noted that the Harvest Excursion of Oct 9th will give an opportunityto visit the InterState Fkir at Sioux City to be heldfromi Oct Gth tolith the magnitude aud success of which fairis already beyond doubt home Agent for a special Harvest Excursion1 folder Issued by the Illinois Central Should you not be within call of a rail road ticket agent J F MEEEY A G P A Illinois Ceptral B B Manchester CHOICEST VARIETIES SWEET WINES HJO 1U SEPT II SEPT25 OCT 9 Fort Fronlignan Angelica Vine de Oro DRY WINES Sherry White Wine Claret lock El Final Brandies Orders Respectfully Solicited FEED A WARD 617 Com St Waterloo Iowa G W BUNN 9BAUUI HT ALL KIXM COAL WOOD DRAIN Imithing ani Ohnntnl m 17 EMI 107 and 109 East Fourth St WATERLOO IOWA w CD 53 RUBY JEWELED ADJUSTED WATCHES Capital and Surplw I Commercial National Bank urrcciBs W W MUUr Zrwtdaut W L ZUJnrworth A J CMhitt H C SohultB Ajwt CMhiM Waterloo Iowa raiurc A GETTELMAH BREWING CO Made of Pure Hops and Malt Health Beer Family Beer Can be procured by the Keg or Case of the Wa terloo agents A Gettelman Reed 184 Bridge Street J3T11 Goods delivered to any part of the city and empties called for REIDS German OUGH KIDNEY oirtejns no Poison Reids German Pills cure Constipation and Malaria Sylvan Cum purifies the breath The Steamer UBS Every Pleasant Sunday Afternoon Starting at 2 oclock Orders of Picnic Parties and PJcAsure Seek ers promptly attended to H BAUM A
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