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   Waterloo Daily Courier (Newspaper) - August 28, 1899, Waterloo, Iowa                             WATERLOO DAILF COURIER, AUGUST 28 Makes the food more delicious and wholesome VAI (Anne co.. vow. NORMAL FOOT BALL PLEASED WITH CAPE NOME. lowans Write That Geld in Pltnty is Mavshalltown, Aug. 28. The recent arrival at Seattle of an Alaskan steam- er, as reported in the dispatches of these columns, brought a batch let- ters from Marshalltown Klondikers. Mrs. T. T. Barbour and Mrs. Gllman Abbott each received letters froth their husbands, and' Mr. Gus Johnson heard from his friend, Sir. Will Michaels. Considerable news of interest is con- tained in the letters. Five members of the party, including Will Michaels and Ed Vail, of this city; F. W. Foster, of Ontario; K. A. Abbott and John Sewetl, of Charter Oak, are at present engaged in washing gold up the beach from Cape Nome. Prom high tide to a point sixty feet fi 19 A WISE WOMAN A Farct Comtdy in Thrtt Acts, at Optra House Tonight. Synopsis of the comedy: The plot turns on the divorce laws of New York, according to which, the1" desertion of one spouse for five years, permits' the other one to marry again, and the second marriage is valid, though the deserter returns. Paul Roach, a young artist has married his wife, Salina, not knowing she is a deserted wife. She on the other hand is ignorant of Paul having: had an entanglement 'with one of his models, .a rackety young lady with a keen eye to the main chance, rejoicing In the name of Honor. Paul also has a rich uncle who is re.illj' Sa- lina's first husband and who deserted Who are ijijured by the use of eoitee. Recently there has been placed In all the grocery stores a.new preparation .....___________ Called GRAIN-0, pure grains. Normal has always that 'akes the place of coffee. The most delicate stomach receives It with- out distress, and but few can tell it from coffee. It doesn't cost over as much. Children may drink It with great benefit. I6c and 25c per package Try It Ask for GRAIN-O. back the beach is owned by the gov- I her practically on the church steps. ernment, and it is unlawful for any one to stake claims within that space. All are allowed, however, to wash any and all gold that" is possible, and one of the letters states that it has been known for.miners to wash as high as "worth of gold an hour. Mr. Harbour expected to join the gold-washing par- ty the next day after his letter was written, August 1. F. A. Benjamin and Major Roth, the latter of Eagle Hapbor, Mich., are at Golofnin bay, a point a short dis- tance from Cape Nome, but a little nearer St. Michael's. The members of the party are unani- mous in declaring Cape Nome superior in all ways to Dawson City, and think that it will be one of the coming cities of Alaska. They say there is' lots of gold along the beach and enough for all. Mr. Barbour writes that it has rained every day but three in the four, weeks the party has been there. "I he says, "of an old Esquimo, whom I. found here, if it rained all the time. He answered, laconically: 'No, not rain all the time; sometimes it snows.' Will Michaels and Ed Vail have re- cently returned from a prospecting trip up the mountains, and they had a pret- ty tough time of it. They encountered some snow even this early in the sea- son, and had to subsist several days on partially baked dough, called "biscuits" and bacon. As far as gold was con- cerned their trip was fruitless. Mr. E. A. Abbott of Charter Oak, a former Marshalltown resident, has tak- en the contract for. building a .hotel. The work is to be b'egun this fall. Oilman Abbott this city is in. the trading business arid'is buying Up "out- fits, goods, provisions, etc., that are for sale by prospectors who are discourag- ed and wish to leave for the states. He is speculating with them by selling them to others, and is doing verv well. The company's store has been doing a rushing business since it was opened. Several outfits, it will be remembered, were taken up by the Marshalltown party for members who had wintered on Custer Creek, but who met the party at St. Michaels after having be- come disgusted with Clear Creek and its prospects. The goods have sold well, for the party reached Cape Nome when the boom was at its height. Conse- quently there was a good market for almost anything. This uncle turns up in Paul's Hat and not knowing -his nephew is already married threatens to disinherit him if he ever takes to himself a wife. In or- der to save his inheritance, Paul is compelled to pass off his wife as the wife of his friend, Peter Clincher, who is already secretly married to his ward Maud Eveltry. Clincher has to act vip to the character of Salina's husband while Paul's troubles are yet intensified by the intrusion upon the domestic cir- cle of Honor the artist's model who claims the painter for her affianced lover. It would be a "waste of time to follow any further the embroglio of the piece. There is sufficient Topsy-Turvydoin and the resultant fun in three acts is fast and furious. However everything is put straight in a most masterly way. Eeward f 100. The readers of this paper will he pleased to learn that there is at least one dreaded disease that science has been able to cure in all its stages, and that is Catarrh. Hall's Catarrh Cure is the only positive cure known to the med- ical fraternity. Catarrh being a constitutional disease, requires ,a constitutional treatment Hall's Catarrh Cure is taken inlernallv, acting directly upon the blood and mucous surfaceB of the system, thereby destroying the foundation Outlook is Good. Schodulo for tht Stason. A wriler in this Des Molm's Lbiutor, reviewing: the foot bail outlook In Jowa colleges, has thii following the Slate Normal school team: 1C the State Normal school not succeed in further complicating the foot ball situation in Iowa this fall U will not be for lack of effort, Last fall the Normaliies made their bow on the gridiron by defeating S. U. I. The lat- ter, though sadly disorganized, went to Cedar Falls confident of an easy vic- tory. The had heard of the Normal school, but little of its fool ball team. The result was a suprislng defeat ami another little wrinkle in the foot ball puzzle for 1S99. had an abundance of splendid material. Lasi yeai' the game got ;l good start and the indications arc- that the ball will be kept rolling this season at a lively rate. The management has retained .is coach Sweetland who played at full- back for four years on the Union col- lege eleven. He is also an old track and base ball man and conies highly recommended by eastern foot ball au- thorities. Svveetland. will report for duty September 15 and will remain with the team two months. Last year's team was very heavy and there will be plenty of weight on hand this fall. Ballard, center, Stoakes, guard, Henis worth and Woodruff, tackles, Adams, Wyant and Love ends, Huntley. quarter. Captain Hoover ctt half and Detwiier at fullback will all be in the scuffle. Carle's place at guard will probably be landed by Crane. He tips the beam at 200 pounds and is said to be the most powerful man that ever attended Normal. Speer, ISO pounds, is a strong candidate for Ken- ney's place at half back. He is very speedy and promises to make a great ground gainer. Besides the following schedule, dates will probably be made with Penn and Simpson: Normal vs. S. U. I., at Iowa City Sep- tember 23. Normal vs. Grinnell, at Grinnell Oc- tober 21. Normal vs. Cornell, at Mt. Vernon October 28. Normal vs. Ames, at Cedar Falls No- vember 4. Normal vs. Dixon, at Cedar Falls No- vember 10. the Newnnnn's 1'rollt. The newsdealer In a New York sub- urb did a thriving business In novels until about two months ago. Then n public library and beg'an to fall off. About two weeks ago lie imt up a notice: "5'aper and Cloth Covered Novels for Sale ui Half Price." Now lie has reduced the price to one-third. "I'm gqln' to set rid or 'om if I have to give !em he explained to a summer boarder who bought 50 cents' worth of marked- down literature. all j-rowlu' stale on me. Even the rich people go to the free library, and there's no more money to bo made In books in this town." Brown's Opera house. Telephone No. 72. ONE [Monday, Aug. 28th In The latest and one of the cleverest translators of Omar Khayypm is Miss Elizabeth A. Curtis of Hartford, Conn. The old Persian astronomer-poet was the chief subject conversation at a recent reception in Washington given in her honor by Attoniey-Gonernl Griggs, who Is her uncle. At Hie [unc- tion there were a number of ladies more distinguished tor their wealth than their learning. From one of thesa Miss Curtis overheard this inquiry: "Who's Omar Khayyam? I never heard of him." replied Her' neighbor, "he is a new colored poet, like Paul Dunbar." NEW THING A GOOD THING DON'T DO A THING BUT SEE IT Marie Lamour AND Frederic Murphy In the Crcnt A Wise Woman 100 REASONS Jewett Typewriter (oulil bi: Xlvi'i; why yon sliouM ttw Kill iis space iSfK-s nut IM.TINH It, wo simply sny the Jewett No. 2, No. 3 and No. 1O are Models of Up to Date" Writers. Typewriter Company 606-608-616 Locust St., Des Moines, la. Tim (WriVr uses Itco ALL LAUGH S BEST OH AIDES OF-------- Coal, >Vooct siiicl W. K. -A.3STI3 --------P proprietors have so much faith in its curative powers, that they offer One Hundred Dollars for any case that it fails to cure. Send for list of testimonials. Address, F. J. 4V Sold by Draggists, 75c. Hall's Family Pills are the best. "YOU MAY BEND THE SAPLING, but not the tree." When disease has becomes chronic and deep seated it is often- difficult to cure it. That is the reason why it is best to take Hood's Sarsaparilla when disease first shows itself. P. A. Danforth of LaGrange, Ga., suf- fcreu for six months with a frightful running sore on his leg; but writes that Bucklen's Arnica Salve wholly cured it in flve days. For Ulcers, Wounds, Piles, its the best salve In the world. Cure guaranteed. Only 2iic. Sold by Wangler Bros., druggists. HOOD'S PILLS are the favorite fam- ily cathartic. THE SEARCH CONTINUES, IMPORTANT RAILWAY CHANGES. Alleged Disposition of the Iowa Central.' No New Developments in the Hunt for the Murderers. Famous Explorer of the f ItlUpplueg. John Whitehead, an English explor- er, who died recently, had for threo years previous to his death been engag- ed in the exploration the Philippines and by his work he added immensely to the knowledge of the zoology of the group. In his last expedition to the is- land of Luzon, Mr. Whitehead made ;m unexpected discovery of great scienti- fic interest in th.e shape of a new arid peculiar mammal fauna inhabiting the Luzon highlands, and believed to JJQ isolated on a small plateau on the toy of Mount Data, in the center of norcu- c-rn Luzon, at an altitude of from to S.OOO feet. Cor. Sixth uiiil Slrcots. Bolli Themes. The Waterloo Courier PRICES: 25c, 30c and 75c. Seats on sale at usual places. AMERICA ADVANCING. Amercan locomotives are hauling English trains, and the English trains and Englishmen are rolling over Amer- ican steel rails. Our machinery is sold all over the world. A great American remedy, Hostetter's Stomach Bitters, is gradually working ts way to all parts of the globe where dyspepsia and in- digestion thrive. Like American it is honest, and does just what it claims to do. The most stub- born cases of constipation, biliousness, nervousness, liver and kidney troubles must yield to it. It is the most perfect remedy ever devised for weak stomachs, Foi- fifty years it has been famous for its astonishing efficacy. It is a per- fectly natural remedy, and there is nothing to equal it. See that a private revenue stamp covers the neck of the. bottle. Real Estate Transfers. The following is a list of deeds filed for record for the day ending at 5 o'clock p. m., August 26th, 1S99: Philip Shaffner to John L. Gillin, August 12, 1S99, lot in Hudson, W. R. Henry to G. .W Dickey, April 29, lot in Cedar Falls, S5S2. J. W. Krapfel, et. to William G. Montgomery, August iot in East Waterloo, Does Your Head Itch? Oskaloosa, Aug. 28. The railroad hens which are now setting in Chicago and New York" are likely to hatch next month. It is understood the the North- western, the C., B. Q. and the Mil- waukee have reached an agreement as to the purchase and disposition of the Iowa Central. A representative of one of the interested roads was in town yesterday and he is authority for the statement that the Milwaukee is to have the Iowa Central lines north this city and the Centerville branch. This will give that road a trunk line from Kansas City and St. Louis to St. Paul and Minneapolis. The C., B. Q. is to have the east lines of the Iowa Cnetral, will build a connecting link from this city to Har- vey and makf> the new route from Bur- lington to Des Moines a main line. The Northwestern is to secure the- B. W. tracks from Wright to this city, widen then out and run their trains into this city. They will also get the B. W. depot grounds in this city and then continue their road southwest into the new coal fields now being opened by the Consolidated -oal Company, and then on through unoccupied terri- tory to Council Bluffs. This will force the Hock Island to continue its line west from Knoxville through Winterset to Atlantic, where it will connect with the old main line. By these changes Oskaloosa will be- come the hub of four trunk lines, and the natural division point for all of them. Peoria. 111.. Aug. an interview Mr. B. Warren, ,Tr.. of the directors of the Central Iowa Railroad, denied that the Chicago, Burlington Quincy were negotiating for the purchase of that road, but stated that negotiations were pending between the Central of Towa and the Northwestern and the Chicago. Milwaukee St. Paul which might result in a sale, as the lirectors were favorably impressed with the offers made. Are you troubled with dandruff? Is your hair falling out? Are you gradu- ally getting bald? Have you tried many so-called hair restoratives with unsatisfactory results? If so, we urge you to try our.Globe Hair Restoratives and Dandruff Cure, which is positively guaranteed to permanently cure all the above ailments. Your money will be refunded if it fails to do the work. Will be sent to any address prepaid for Globe Manufacturing Co.. Grin- nell. Towa. Sold and guaranteed by B. Striogel, J. K. Joder Co., Waterloo, Aug. 21. For California, fruit and Michigan call at S. H. PINKERTON'S. Wool soap at A. J. COLE'S GROCERY. Try Century. Health pancake flour at PINKERTON BROWN'S. Try a can of veal loaf, it's fine. To be had at A. .J. Cole's Cash Grocery. MANY PEOPLE CANNOT DRINK :offee at night. It spoils their sleep. You can drink Grain-O when you please and sleep like a top. For rain-O does not stimulate; it nour- ishes, cheers and feeds. Yet it looks and tastes like the best coffee. For nervous persons, young people and chil- dren Grain-O Is the perfect drink. Made from pure grains. Get a package from your grocer today. Try it in place of coffee. 15c and 25c. Marshalltown, .August the officers, are following every slight clue that might It-ad to the capture of the unknown men who murdered Brake- men. Wilson and Matthews last Mon- day night, nothing has as yet develop- ed that is in any way encouraging. Deputy Garvey returned to the city after following another fruitless clue. The matter he was called to investi- gate was the return of two men of Fre- mont whose reputations are not the best. The Oskaloosa officers had been informed that these men had been in Marshalltown on the night of the mur- der and had returned to Fremont on the Iowa Central. Mr. Garvey learned to a certainty that it was the night previous that the- suspects were here, so further investigation along this line was abandoned. The railroad men of the Great West- ern who were interested in the recent murder of John E. Wilson and Connie Matthews are very grateful for many acts of kindness that have been ex- tended them by the roads Superintend- ent Gilmore. of the Des Moines division nf the road, furnished an extra coach and transportation for twenty-five peo- ple and the family of Hrakenian Mat- thews from Des Moines to Oskaloosa. tin? deceased having been buried at that place. The Great Western did the same thing from Oelwcin and Mines to this city, issuing transporta- tion to those along the line who desired to attend the funeral of John E. Wil- son. The Iowa also fur- nished a great amount of transporta- tion on account of the murder, all the searching parties that have been sent back and forth between here and Grin- nell having traveled on passes issvied by the company. PREVENTED A TRAGEDY. Long, of New Straitsville, Ohio, saved two lives. A frightful cough had long kept her awake every night. She had tried many remedies and doctors but steadily grew worse until urged to try Dr. King's New Discovery. One bottle wholly cured her; and she writes .this marvelous medicine also cured Mr. Long of a severe attack of pneumonia. Such cures are positive proof of Its power to cure all throat, chest and lung troubles. Only 50c and Guaranteed. Trial bottles free at Wangler Bros.' drug store. STREET FAIR CHECKING STAND. Our fish and fruit market will be conducted in our booth and we will use our room to check bicycles, grips and packages of all kinds at a small cost. A competent man will be in charge. 304 East Fourth street. R. ..E. Peter- son. Excitement is often the cause ot strange telegrams, as well as of other strange manifestations. A man who had been one of the passengers on a shipwrecked vessel was rescued almost by a miracle. On arriving at a place from which he could send a telegraphic message, he forwarded the following dispatch to his brother: "I am saved. Try to break it to my wife." Bath Brushes, Tooth Brushes, Toilet Henderson's Drug Store. Pictoral decorations for floats for the street fail-. Place your orders In time. Experienced men Louis. De- signs furnished free of charge. Call or address IT. E. Frost at 1331 Sycamore street, or leave orders on slate at Cen- tral house on Commercial street. exp-Sopt Buy a can of Llpton's tea at PINKERTON'S. Chautauqua Is the finest 25-cent cof- fee ever put on the market. Packed In parchment lined packages. Roasted by Black Hawk Mills. NAT'L ENCAMPMENT UNION VET- ERANS' UNION, DES MOINES, IA., AUG. 22-25. For the above the B., C. R. N. R'y will sell round trip tickets from all points in Iowa at greatly reduced rates. For date of sale and further informa- tion call on ticket agent of this line. _______________ex-aug-2-J CARD OF THANKS. We wish to extend our sincere thanks to our many friends and neigh- bors for their kindly assistance during the sickness and death of our beloved husband and father, FRITZ AND FAMILY. JOSEPH FUCHS' SALE. On Monday, September 4, commenc- ing at 10 o'clock in the morning. Jos- .-ph Fuchs will sell at his farm one- mile northwest of Duwar and four miles northwest of Raymond and eight miles northeast of a large quantity of stock, farming implements, machinery, etc. Froc lunch at noon. C. K. Phifer has been engaged as auc- tioneer, with J. E. S. Heath as clerk. Try a package of Ralston Health club barley flour at PIXKERTON BROWN'S. Frank W. Keene, INSTRUCTOR OF Violin, Mandolin, Guitars Banjo Room 306, Y. M. C. A. Building. si-p' COURT OF HONOR PICNIC. Waterloo court, No. 3.31, and Cedar Falls will hold theirannual picnic at Rownd's park on Thursday, Aug. 31. All members of these courts are invitt'ti as well as their friends. Bring well filled baskets and spend a day with the courts. 27-3t THAN ANY OTHER NEWSPAPER PRINTED IN BLACKHAWK COUNTY. Daily Courier Is issued every afternoon except Sunday. By carrier, 50 cents per month. By mail outside of city, per year. The Courier Is issued on Tuesdays and Fridays. per annum, THE W. H. HARTMAN CO. DEGREK OF HONOR. All members of tin; D. of H. uml the Thimble and their friends are invited to a thimble bee Tuesday p. m., Aug. 2? at Mrs. J. L. Jackson's, 713 Jeffer- son street from :j vmti! all are served. 27-2t RECORDER. NO CHAPPED HANDS WHIN WHITE PLOTTTING Ralston's health food for breakfast. AT A. J. COLE'S GROCERY. Try a can of Veal is fine. H. A. SNYDER. Gindt, Enibaimers and Funeral Directors. Undertak- ing Parlors '514 taFayette St Both telephones. "We sell full cream cheese. A. J. COLE'S CASH GROCERY. IOWA LAND ALL RIGHT Mr. Pray, of Daugherty Pray, sold last week 520 acres of land for Ed. Mul- lany for also 160 acres for Peter Schmitt for above lands in Rlackhawk county: also 160 acres in Buchanan county for JS.OOO. This Tirm has a large list of good Iowa farms still for sale, including one of 200 acres two miles from Waterloo. Epiorth Gas Heatiog Co, Manufacturers of the Ideal Epworth Acetylene Gas Generator; dealers In Try one of those fine Uneeda melons at H. A. SNYDER'S. Hammocks ALL HAMMOCKS AT COST AND A LITTLE WSBD IM WKSHIMG DISHBS, tit H. A. Snyder is now handling the famous yellow Crawford peaches. Try them. Ralston's Health Flour is not ensive, at A. J. Cole's grocery. The Daily Courier delivered every afternoon by carriers to ail parts of Cedar River park and San Soucl. Patrons desiring paper left there please notify the office. tf If thou wouldst comfort. thy brain and heart, and help thy digestion. drink- Black Hawk Java and Mocha Coffee, sold in one and two pound cans only. Henderson's Drug Store. Black Hawk Baking Powder is giving universal satisfaction, 25 cents a pound at all grocers. SPECIAL TRAIN FOR DUBUQUE RACES AND BOXING CARNIVAL. The Chicago Great Western Railway will run a special train to Dubuque on August 29, leaving Waterloo at and a. m. and returning leave Du- buriue at midnight Tuesday, August 29. The low rate of will be in effect There will be a melon and cake so- cial served on the lawn at R. R. Mis- sion chapel by the Ladies' Aid Friday evening, August 25th. Charges 10 cents. Everybody Invited to come. You nex-er hear our patrons kick about having their collars broken. Our improved machinery does the work In a satisfactory manner. The Waterloo Steam Laundry. J. Fortunskl, Mgr. ij Subscribe for the There is no 25 cent coffee on the mar- ket that can compare with Chautauqua. Try It and you will use no other. Dr. T. W. Axteli, dentist, suit S, Rus- sell-Lamson building. 15-tf Office and factory, Cedar street, oppo- site the electric light plant, Waterloo, Iowa.'________________ Oa-tf the jeweler, will make yosr wateh keep time. will Byers for the middle- weight championship of the west. For further Information inquire of any Chicago Great Western agent or Don't think because the Black Hawk Baking Powder is sold for 25 cents it s not as good as higher priced powders. Try it and be convinced. A telephone message on either line is all that is necessary. Our laundry wagons will call promptly and we the rest. The Waterloo Steam Laun- dry. ....Courier. Cents a Week. 50 Gents a Month. i Delivered to any part the city, or   

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