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Iowa State Reporter (Newspaper) - June 15, 1893, Waterloo, Iowa I Iowa state reporter vol. Waterloo thursday Juke 15, 1893. Whole no. 1297. Wenty five per cent. Discount. Reduce reduce Means the word at the my Elma one Price Glo mouse and the order of the Day. The Are in the midst of a grand fifteen Days clean up Sale extending every department and every article. Now is your Hance right in height of the season not when the season is Over do we offer these bargains but right now is your Opportunity buy Joffne goods at cheap prices. Will give you As Many examples As our space allows us. Come in and be the rest it will be Money in your pocket. Reduce prices reduce Stock. Joys clothing. I vacation time is 116 most expensive time of the year those who have boys. Our resent prices will move their mothers. Over 200 Blue Sailor suits slaughtered 1 90 cents any Quality or styles of children s Short pants suits sold the entire Ason at up n now be bought of us for Large and entire lines of Dort pants value at and take your Choice for hats ithe these of Ever make and style Are so ridiculously Low that you would think them a when compared what you have elsewhere. Fit out the re family and you will never miss the amount spent and so we might go on feg iving items by the hour in every line of merchandise. I clothing for men s suits which we Are during Sale for the ridiculous Price of perhaps this is cheap a full suit of men s clothes. The suits we now offer at in sack and of latter styles Are Worth they too Are Selling rapidly. Those styles of cassemere pants we Are offering at Are really Worth the first week of the Sale and make Good selections. In furnishing goods we scarcely know where dip in the Are so Many. Here Are Negligee shirts at 39 cents. Fancy coloured underwear r sold at half the former prices close out. Neckwear almost Given away. Side Corner. All Gooda marked in Plain figures and take off Twenty five per cent. White Mountain freezers have arrived and they Are the Only triple motion machine in the Market and do not have galvanized parts Poison the Cream. We also have the a first class Freezer lacking Only the triple motion at much less Price. A few new 1893 gasoline stoves f have also been received and we Are promised More soon. Try the Eureka Post Hole Digger arid tree planter. Cutler hardware co., Waterloo Iowa. Rev. Do. Saltek the venerable pastor of the congregational Church at Burlington was seriously injured and his wife killed by a falling tree while they were Riding through a cemetery monday afternoon. Mrs. Salter was struck on the Bead and shoulders by limb about eight inches in diameter her head and Chest being crushed in killing her almost instantly. The same limb struck the doctor crowding him the Side of the buggy and leaving him hanging Over the front wheel. Two ladies with them were also injured but not seriously. The burling ton Hawkeye of yesterday says or. Sal Ter s condition was improved and encouraging he sleeps naturally has no fever takes nourishment and in the absence of any unfavourable complications his medical attendant looks for Complete recovery. The funeral of mrs. Salter takes place this afternoon. World s fair visitors. The following Are among the water Loo people who have gone the fair misses Sara Beem Minnie Davis Eva Fisher. Mrs. T. W. Place or. And mrs. Geo. V. Fowler and family. Prof. G. A. Bateman mrs. W. Fisher mrs. W. A French e. Blowers and family w. F. Parrott and wife or. And mrs. Jos. Thompson or . Col. E. 11. Travis of Waverly was in the City on business yesterday. Murdered for has Money. C. M. Berkeley received a letter yesterday morning announcing that his brother in Law Harry Lane of Washington pa., had been murdered on the night of the 10th while on his Way Home from Pittsburg. Or. Lane was in the com Mission business and had been up Pittsburg that Day where he collected something Over in Money. He started drive Home and was Mur dered on the Way. The horse and buggy were found on the 12th, and in the vehicle were several articles of blood soaked clothing belonging or. Lane. Papers were scattered about but no Trace of the body could be found. Or. Berkeley leaves tomorrow night assist in the search. Real estate transfers for week ending june 14, 1893. Harvey Jacoby Lizzie e. Jacoby newly. 105 feet of lot 2, and Nely. 10 feet of newly. 105 feet lot 3, Block 58, Cooley s addition Harvey Jacoby and wife Anna m. Jacoby East 50 feet lot 3. Block sul Livan Day s addition j. W. Krapfel and wife it al., a 0. Campbell lots 38 and 39, Morris Case s addition. G. A. Whitney and wife it we. J. Peddicord lot 5, Block a Whit Ney Sedgwick s addition Blackhawk s wealth. The following tables show the asses sed valuation of the real and personal property of Blackhawk county As compiled by auditor Lodamer at the conclusion of the equalization work of the Board of supervisors. Included also Are the number and value of the live Stock of the county with a comparative statement based on the returns of 1891, when the assessment was made on a similar basis. The total valuation of All property in the county is against two years ago. The lands exclusive of town property make up acres valued at against in 1891. The valuation of Railroad property has increased during the period from and the personal property has made a gain from the following table shows the value of town property compared with the return of two years ago. Valuation valuation 1803. 1891. s Janesville. 183 its Finchford. 1.32k Gilbertville. Washburn. Huxsoll. Cedar Falls. Laporte. The total valuation of the live Stock of the county shows a decrease in num Bers and value in most All classes due chiefly High prices of Stock the past year during which time almost every thing marketable has been sold. The return shows the total be against in 1891. The num Ber and valuation of each is As follows 1893. 1891. No. Valuation no. Valuation mules. 338 209 90.712 s deaths. Peek. Geo. H. Peek one of the old Resi dents of this Vicinity died last Friday of a cancerous Throat trouble aged about 62 years. Or. Peek had suffered from the cancer for Over three years but was confined his bed Only about one month. He was born in Schenectady t., in 1831, and came this county in 1872. He located on a farm about a mile and a half East of town on part of which he resided at the time of his death. Or. Peek was a Success Ful Farmer honorable and upright withal a practical Christian Man. Be sides the widow four sons or. E. E. Peek of this City James two Miles North Theo Dore and John Homey funeral ser vices were held at the family residence sunday Rev. Clinton officiating. Bentob. An infant child of Chris Mentor of East Waterloo township died last thursday. Funeral services were held sunday. B. Lichty Only son of Lewis Lichty of this City and miss Annie m. Buren daughter of or. And mrs. W. F. Buren were married at Princeton Missouri on the 7th inst., the Home of the Bride s parents. The bridegroom was a graduate of the East Waterloo High school and for a num Ber of years has held a responsible position at Sioux City. He is a Young Man of most estimable qualities and the Bride a lady of Many graces of character. That their married life May be a most prosperous and Happy one is the sincere wish of Waterloo friends. Lewis Lichty and his Daugh Ter mrs. H. B. Waite. Attended the wedding. The Young couple will make Sioux City their Home. The Des Moines capital of monday thus refers a former Waterloo Citi zen w. A. Bauni for a Long time superintendent of Christy s Cracker works went Bock Island last night. He has accepted the position of general manager of the Cracker Plant at that place operated by the National Cracker co. Or. Baum was for a Long time superintendent of the Shaver Dow Plant. His Many friends dislike see him go away but Are pleased hear of his new and better prospects. Temperance s. W. Whitney is in receipt of information from the w. C. T. U. Officials under whose auspices tuesday july 11, will be observed As Temperance Day at the Waterloo Chautauqua that mrs. J. Ellea Foster the famous lady temper Ance lecturer will be present and address the meeting on that Day. Mrs. Foster is one of the leading Temperance orators of the United states and will undoubtedly be greeted by a Large audience. A ii. Riley brakeman on the great Western while loading butter and cheese into a refrigerator car at Dundee West of Dubuque was overcome by the heat tuesday noon dying in the after noon. He lived at Dubuque. Excursion rates world s fair the Chicago great Western bail Way has placed on Sale excursion tickets Chicago and return at Low Rales. Tickets will be on Sale very Day until oct. 31st Good for return until i5ih, 1893. The terminal station of the West Ken at Chicago is right in the heart of the City and is the largest Ulm nest depot in America. Convenient of Access o we rated. Cubic and world s Kair trains. For Ratos and full information apply local agents or address ii. Uen l 1 ass. And t1u. Agent Chicago. Ice. I no now ready take and make contracts for the coming season. I have the finest lot of nut out. To my customers and any one wishing Deal with Ino who taking in i Good Sou interest View of the matter will find it profitable do so As i Liao the Only Good sound Clear clean ice. Entirely free from dirt cinders and Houv comb there is in the City put up in Good cold Leo weather when Quality Juki thickness Best not when the weather was warm and Tho River breaking up. 1 have a Telephone it ice which will he very convenient for we patrons. Also give a Cai for pure milk. King me up at any time am at your service. Telephone no. 07. . Reed. The new free Baptist Church. One of the conditions in raising funds for the new Church was that must be secured in reliable pledges or Cash by the 10th of june 93, or not a Dollar subscribed would be held. On last saturday the 10thof was not pledged meet the condition referred and so the Enterprise is abandoned. What the Church May do in the future As building is not now definitely determined. A look at the subscription Book however reveals the following interesting facts which speak for themselves and which we be Lieve our citizens will be glad know the canvass for funds began the 10th Day of last october and saturday last the 10th of june showed the following amounts pledged by the free Baptist Church and Congre gation from citizens and churches of Waterloo from free Baptist churches in the East from free Baptist churches in the West miscellaneous whole amount pledged if the old Church property could have been sold the whole amount required meet the condition referred would have been secured and the object for which pastor and people had Laboured so hard would have been secured. The sudden Stringency which has come upon the Money Market has made business men hesitate about investing capital in real estate. There is no doubt if times had been As Good this year As last that the old Church property would have readily sold As it is a very desirable Purchase and valuable property for business purposes. The pledges on the subscription Book represent nearly every religious denomination in the City which shows a fraternity of sym Pathy and interest which so largely characterizes the various denominations of christians of Day. C. S. Frost. Raymond items. Raymond ia., june a 93. Editors reporter mrs. Mahaley Ellis mrs. Chas. Bingham and two children and mrs. Foster Nee Minnie Ellis were Welcome visitors and callers in Raymond last thursday. Mesdames Ellis and Foster took the evening Tram for Jesup visit relatives there mrs. B. Returning Waterloo. Mrs. Mattingly visited her brother at Grundy recently. Or. And mrs. Anderson have taken Possession of their new Home the cot ton place near the Eik run school school House. Or. Howard Hollenbeck was shaking hands with old friends Here one Day last week who were All pleased see him. He expects return his Kan Sas Home or. And mrs. Harry Walsh and miss Sadie Lasure were Over sunday visitors in this Vicinity and attended the child Ren s Day exercises Here. Mrs. Jacob Baker s Mother has re turned. Or. And mrs. Geo. Waterfield were visitors at or. De. Hess near Waterloo last sunday. Or. K Hess was a pleasant caller in Raymond last monday. The children s Day exercises passed off pleasantly and creditably. Pleasantly the audience and creditably those taking part. The Church was profusely decorated with Flowers and the Colum Bian or Flag exercise was represented by appropriate Flag and shield decorations. Or. Aad mrs. A. K. Skillings and babe of Waterloo. Sun Dayed at or. Jas. Mattingly s. Mrs. Jordan of Des Moines made her Friend mrs. P. J. Fullerton a week s returning Home Friday. Miss Maud Washburn returned Sun Day from her Dakota visit with her aunt mrs. Elmer Shaw. Z. Rev. S. Ii. Bash ii who was pastor of the progressive Church at Enon and Hudson this county several years ago and under whose ministry the member ship grew in three years from eight one considerable Over three Hundred Bas again accepted the pastorate at Enon. He also preaches each sunday evening in this City at o clock. His congregation which was Good at the Start is said be increasing in numbers at each service. The subject announced for next sunday evening is half Breed the congregation expect erect a Fine Church on the West Side not far in the future but for the present the services Are held in the Waterloo College Chapel. Among the Dis Patch from West Point dated the 12th. Says fifty one Young men received their sheepskins beneath spreading elms at Uncle Sara s military Academy Day and were welcomed into Uncle Sam s army by the commanding officer thereof Gen. John m. Schofield who handed each Man his diploma As he stepped Forward. Among the graduates Are George ii. Mcmanus Iowa Elmer w. Clark Iowa Herbert 13. Crosby Illinois Arthur Edwards Nebraska Howard r. Perry Best ten american vote of the critic s readers on the ton books which they regard As the great est yet produced in America or by has resulted in the follow ing Choice Emerson s essays Haw Thorne s Scarlet Longfellow s poems mrs. Stowe s Uncle Tom s or. Holmes Irv ing s sketch Lowell s poems Whittier s poems Wallace s Ben Motley s Rise of the dutch re Public " Illinois Central train . 1, due Here at last night did not arrive Here until this morning being delayed at Dubuque by the wreck of train no. 92, conductor g. 0. Miller which jumped the track East of Julien where the washout occurred last week. In View of what Hood s Sarsaparilla has Dono for others is it not reasonable a Olivo that it will also of Benefit you Council proceedings. Monday kvic., june 12.1833. City Council met in regular session All Mem Bers present except foder. Petition of k. Sweet read asking permission erect a Barber pole. 1 Rayer petition granted. Petition of e. Williams read asking that tirade he lowered on that part of Jefferson Street from West third Street Mullan ave. Referred committee on streets and alleys and City Engineer. Committee on lire department report that the Hose houses of the department need repairs. Committee on tire Deuart Merit authorized have the necessary repairs made. Kills against the City ordered paid. Following Bills referred finance committee Peter Miller be k. S. Roebuck sc7.50 Globe Light heat co. Ss2.c7 Waterloo Gas electric Light co., communication from Globe Light feat co. As deduction for dead lights referred com Mittee on water sewer and Gas. membership in the fire depart ment granted Peter Peterson de k. Mckinster j. W. Mclain. Keport of l. G. Hopkins la regard lire alarm committee on lire department. The question of paying firemen for service rendered referred City solicitor a Ifil com Mittee on lire de parliment and also As hiring men take full charge of the Jeanie Jewell. Ordinance 1s4 entitled a n ordinance establishing the Grade on Bridge Street also on West filth Street from commercial Street the West end of the fifth Street adopted under suspension of the rules. The following resolutions were adopted he it resolved by the City Council of the City of Waterloo county of Lilac Hawk and state of Iowa. That a one course Brick pavement be and is hereby ordered built on the following de scribed streets Viz on commercial Street from the southeasterly line of Park Avenue the southeasterly line of fifth Street. Also All of Bridge Street. Also All that part of West fourth Street lying northeasterly of the South Westerly line of Bluff Street. Also Al that part of Jefferson Street lying Between the Southeast Erly line of Park Avenue and the northwesterly line of West fifth Street. Also West fifth Street lying Between the southwesterly line of commercial Street and the West end of fifth Street Bridge. The Roadway in the aforesaid streets shall be paved fifty feet in Width and curb stones shall be set along the outside lines of the pave ment on each Side thereof except at the Cross Ings of streets avenues and alleys and shall be sound and durable Stone. That the City Engineer is hereby instructed and directed immediately make a Survey of said streets also make an estimate of the amount of Cut or fill that is necessary bring said streets the proper sub Grade. That the City Engineer with the assistance of c. P. Chase City Engineer of Clinton Iowa is hereby instructed make plans and specifications for such paving and curbing. That the City clerk is hereby directed advertise for bids for the proposed improvements All of which Are More fully provided for by the Laws of the state of Iowa and the ordinances of this City and which Are referred and made a part of this Resolution. Further that the sum of fifty dollars or so much thereof As May be necessary be appropriated out of the West Side pavement fund said c. P. Chase and the clerk is authorized Issue a warrant therefor and that the same be assessed As a part of the improvement of such streets and collected with the other assess ments for such improvement. Also he it resolved. That a one course Brick pavement be and is hereby ordered built on that Street lying Between West fourth and West fifth streets in Block no. Seventeen of the West Side in said City county and state and lying northeasterly of the Burlington Cedar rapids and Northern railway depot grounds for the full Width thereof the Saine herein be fore provided. Be it resolved by the City Council of the City of Waterloo Iowa that the Burlington Cedar lipids Northern railway company and the Chicago great Western railway be and Are hereby ordered raise their tracks the established Grade of the cite at the intersection of Bluff and West fourth streets and the City Engineer is hereby instructed notify said companies of the passage of this Resolution and request them raise their tracks As aforesaid. By an outlier Resolution All lamp posts graph and Telephone poles were ordered be removed the outer lines of the curbs on streets ordered paved. The water company was also ordered move the hydrants in front of Cutler s hardware store the curb line acid also move the hydrant standing in front of Snyder s lot of Sycamore Street inner Edge of curb line. The salary of m. L. Newton City Engineer was fixed at per year payable monthly the salary cover and include All engineering and surveying done by him and he is Render monthly statements the Council. M. L. Newton City Engineer reported that on the 12th of june a Survey of Bridge Street and that portion of West fifth Street Between commercial Street and the Bridge with a View of location of Grade. Profiles of the Survey were attached and a recommend a Tion made that the proposed Grade be established without delay. Council adjourned wednesday evening. For Sale. I have several Fine Adrian and Dun Toa Wilbes Colts and their dam that 1 will sell cheap for Cash or will Trade for Good real estate. All Are Well broke and Safe for lady drive All show Good Speed. The oldest one has trotted better than on a half mile track. You who Are interested now is your Chance. Call and see Ine at my jewelry store. M. H. Loomer 111 Eist ii Ortli Strait. The first clearance Sale of the Emporium will begin jdne15 and last thirty Days. All patterns will be sold at reduced prices and several Hundred Antrim d hats and bonnets at half Price. M. E. Mcinerney. No 225 East fourth Street Waterloo. Don forget the place but come in and get our prices. Our motto is Good goods honest prices and sixteen ounces for a Pound. Good goods Are always cheapest top prices paid for produce. Cd rookery and Quonn Sanro Mot chants. Only the Best goods be found in the Market at the it a sufi ladies shoes from that you cannot buy elsewhere for less than also an elegant line of men s Russia calf French Cordovan and calf. All at Low prices. Misses and child s walking shoes a specially. All goods guaranteed. U. T. K. East fourth Street. Waterloo. We offer a selection of various materials in both foreign and Domestic makes and have paid particular attention the Neces i sity of moderate prices in. The particular care used in the selection and original styles is a guarantee of satisfaction those desiring first class we kindly solicit an inspection of our Stock. Frank s old reliable Square dealing clothing House. Anybody wishing Purchase Clover Timothy. Or any kind of grass seed let us figure with you. It will you As we handle the Best in the Market. Woodruff Mason 213 fourth Street. Clothing Ivonok a our suits for men they Are hummers. They Are made in the latest styles double breasted Long sacks and cutaways. We will save you ten per cent Over any House in the City. 220 e. 4th st., Waterloo Iowa

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