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Iowa State Reporter (Newspaper) - June 15, 1893, Waterloo, Iowa The report Elk. Waterloo Blank Hawk county Iowa. To Kush 82.00 a Yakau is Advance. Matt. 1 Aku Utt sons i Bull Sheri. Bates or advertising space i 1w Tow 3w i 4w 3m i 6m 11 year 1 a Lull 2 la Clieh 3 14 ool i col. 1 178 a s so 000 to a 75 3 70 5 00 u of 14 j As 4 00 if 00 1400 17 75 0 00 7 00 a of 20 000 13 00 id 00 Asoo a 50 in of 25 00 4000 go 20 00 to Oti 40 00 id 00 100 of a columns l week 917 2 weeks 3 , 3uolmmisl a weeks 3 weeks s-15 a Square space of lines nonpareil Lin insertion Aud of cents per Square Lor each subsequent insertion. Professional lines or less a year each additional Hue local in Ordinary Type 10 cents a line and to cuts a Hue 11 placet among Reading matter if set in Black Type 50 per cent additional. Notices Lor societies inserted at half rates. Not accompanied with Dii Etious As to Lime will be inserted until notice is received to discontinue and will be charged accordingly. Contracts for Long time advertisements can be terminated at the option of the Adver Tiser regular sword line rates being charged for the expired time. Yearly advertisements payable quarterly. Transient advertisements must be paid for 111 Advance attorneys. Geo. C. Kennedy. Tto Kney at Law. Once in i. 0. 0. F. A. Block East Iowa. The prosecution of pension Aud Patent claims a specially. Particular attention Gicu to real estate Aud collections. M Algol cd. J. C. Gates. Acc Fotty Gates to Toneys and Counselor at Law. Office Over first National Bank Waterloo. Loans negotiated at 7 per cout interest. E. T. Cowin attorney and Counselor at Law. Office room no. 2, in Cowin Hayden build aug East Side Waterloo Iowa. Liz physicians. W. B. I physician and surgeon. Errors of re fraction corrected and attention Given to diseases of the ear nose and Throat. V Tolice Over Henderson Bros drugstore oppo site Irving House. Telephone no. 12u5. Dot. Fullerton and surgeon Iowa. B. Banton . Office Taxt door to Post jul office Bridge Street Waterloo Iowa. Of fice hours from in to 12 a. Aud 2 to 4 r. To. W. Kousis m. D., physician and bu11geon. Office Over Raymond Giro s store front room West Ide. Tolice hours 8 to la a. Aud 2 to 4 p. Do. B. J5. Peek dentist. Graduate of the state University charges reasonable and satisfaction guar Nii teed. Tolice Over Woodruff Mason s store East Side. 1074-Yl. L. K. If i Merton. Dentist. Graduate of the state University. O Tice 320 Lafayette Street ground floor Waterloo. Iowa 870 a. N. Ferris d. A dentistry. E. B. Edgers d. S., operator. Corner Jefferson and West 4-th its. Miscellaneous. Money to loan on Iowa lands without commission. Equitable Mutual life and endowment association equitable building Corner Park ave. Commercial Street Waterloo. 1107. E. L. Hostetler v. A undertaker and embalmer keeps u coff lius caskets habits Etc. Calls answered night or Day at store. Night Bell on door. Telephone no. 35. No. Ill East fourth Street. 1163-vl. Illinois Central railway going West. No. A m no. 3, passenger. No. 31, Dubuque passenger arrives. P. M no. 91, a. M going ka3t, no. 2, passenger. A m no. 4, passenger. No. Is Dubuque passenger. A. M no. 92, Way freight. A. M going North. No. 403, passenger. A. M no. 473, Way freight. A. M arrive Nolath. No. 404, a Tenner. no. 452, trains nos. 1 and 2, daily. Nos. 3 and 4, daily Between Chicago and Waterloo and daily except sunday Between Waterloo and Sioux City. Trains nos. L and 2 have Pullman sleeping Aud reclining chair cars running through be tween Chicago Aud Sioux City. Trains nos. 3 and have Pullman sleeping and Day coaches running Between Chicago and Waterloo. Train no. 32 arrives in Dubuque at a. M., connecting with the Butterfly train at 1 o clock p. A. Arriving in Chicago at 7 o clock p. Train no. 31 leaves of Tuque at p. Tickets on Sale and baggage checked through to All important mints. J. W. Diet kick agent. C. G. W. R y. Oo1ng North. No. I p. No. 3, p. No. 01, but. L. A. Going South. No. 2, exp. No. 4, mail. no. 92, Frt. M trains nos. T and 2 carry parlor chair cars. Trains and 4 carry Chicago sleepers. Through tickets on Sale to principal Points in United states and Canada. Baggage checked Dougli to Alpo its. Best line to Chicago and All Points East. Popular route to St. Paul Minneapolis and the nor invest. Short line to St. Joseph Kansas City and the Southwest. Elegant equipment. Compartment cars. Dining cars. For information apply to a e. Ham agent East Side e. Mcluther agent West Side. W. 11. Busenbark traffic manager Chicago f. H. Lord g. T. P. A., Chicago. Leaving and arriving time of trains. Go info North. No. A mail and no. Swaverly passenger. P. M no. 5, Minneapolis fast express. L 45 a. M no. 7, Way freight. Going South. No. 2, mall and express. No. 4, Waverly passenger. No. 6, . no. Way freight. 12 -.00 noon no. 10. trains nos. 3 and 4 run Between Burlington and Waverly via Iowa City. Through trains Between Waterloo Chicago. St. Louis Minneapolis and St. Paul. Free reclining Clair cars on trains nos. 1 and 2 Between Waterloo Chicago and St Paul. Elegant Pullman Buffet sleepers on All night Rains. Coupon tickets on Sale to All Points. Baggage checked through. Information sheer fully Given. Egloff at. City meat Market. Vej dealers in Frosli and Salt meats and fish fourth St., East Side. Keep the Best of Mirt soil to All alike goods delivered any part of Thyl City free. Highest Palco paid for fat hogs and Oattilo oiled and lumber7 lath shingles doors windows. Bu1juju1ng 1 Aji Juk juju sings i thou col owns and Oak 1 Osl s. In fuel in Trio juju of. Scranton hard goal Birdseye Cannel Coal r finest Coal mined for burning in grates. I new Kentucky jut1xjs Muddy 3d vein la Salle Beacon Lump and hut. Best soft coals on the Market. Folso Smithing coals and Slack. We intend to give our customers perfect Satis faction in Price weight and Quality and we solicit your p Trouge on these terms. Lumber an Coal delivered to any part of City. Telephone no. 1c. Neely Bryant lumber co. C. R. Harper in or. 8 West St. Far c. K. 358 West St. 1 Al Al l. J Wai Lluu. Celste mortgages on Iowa farms for the investment of sums of Sion or multiple to Hereof we also Otter our savings Bonds bearing c per cent interest payable Semi annually and running live years. These Bonds Are the direct Obi cation of the Leavitt Johnson Trust co. And in addition Are secured by a Deposit with trustees of collateral Security for the exclusive Benefit and Protection of the holders of these Bonds. This collateral consists of first Mort gages on farms to secure the Bonds we Are now issuing we have assigned to the trustees forty seven Mort gages on arms aggregating acres valued at Oil these farms we have loaned suo.800.oo. This is an average loan no per acre on land which we value at per acre. One half of this amount is loaned on lands in Blackhawk county. Against this collateral we will Issue Bonds to the amount of i . We do not know How or where a Lender could get better Security for his Money. If Yon have any Money to put at interest. Write to or Call on us for details. We always have on hand for Sale a Large number of Mort gages on Iowa farms. Paid top capital the Johnson Trust co Waterloo Iowa. Commercial National Bank of Waterloo Iowa. Logan House Block. W. L. I w. Of. Mil Lek Fres Dent. A. J. Edwards cashier. Vice president. H. C. Asst. Cashier. Organized april 9, 1883. Capital surplus prompt and careful attention Given to collections Aud remittance made on Day of payment. Foreign and Domestic Exchange bought and sold on Iberal terms. Money to loan on Long time at the lowest rates of interest. Notes discounted on the usual banking terms. Business solicited at Home and abroad. Correspondents. Hanover Nat l Bauk new i Ork first National Bank Chicago. Second National Bauk Dubuque. Directors. , e. , j. Platt w. W. Miller a. C. Bratnober . First National Bank of Waterloo Iowa. Organized feb. 20tli, 1865. Capital surplus foreign and Domestic Exchange Aud government Anil municipal Bonds bought and sold on the most. Liberal terms. Notes discounted and Long time Loans made at reasonable rates without commission. Cashier. Officers. H. B. . F. 0. President. Directors. I. , h. B. Allen p a. Lank c. 0. Balm rtt Loke . White Messinger successors to j. Groat wholesale and retail dealers in Goh Woodli office near Illinois Central depot East fourth Street. Gel us up. Telephone no. 10. Illinois Central a r. Reduced rates to Chicago and the world s fair. Tickets on Sale on and after april 25111 from Waterloo to Chicago and return at s13.20 for round trip Sale to continue daily until october 3tst, inclusive tickets Good to return until november Ostli 189.1. Reduced rate one Way tickets will also be sold to Chicago on dates quoted above from Sioux City and Illinois Central main line stations East to Webster City inclusive and from stations Onawa to Cherokee inclusive also from Chicago to stations within the territory thus outlined. Remember that the Central route is the Only Railroad from the West whose trains enter Chuago at Lam new Central station. 12th Street and t Ark Liow. On Mic Lake front from will re the Central s suburban trains run every few inn nuns direct to the world s fair Gates. World s fair rials acc for further particulars tickets Etc., Call on or address your local or nearest 1. C. K. K. Leu cd. Agent. A. Ii. Hanson g. I1. A., Chicago. World s fair Tlell Lonois Central Railroad co., will have on Sale april 201h to october Follst 180.1, tickets Waterloo to Chicago and return at. St .2rt, for round trip Good to return until november inti. To persons desiring to visit the expos lion this line offers Perior advantages. All sub Urban and world s fair trains leaving Lian Dolph Van Huron and 12th si., new stations land Pas seniors at and Owh streets entrances. The main Lino or through trains now arrive Aland depart from the lath St. New station. Is of. Pitcher s Castoria. Children cry for that tired feeling the marked Benefit Wlinich people overcome by i list tired ice lug dive irow Hood s bar or. J. U. Stuur Twu. Proves that this Miccu . Winerton a Well known lit it of Auburn f i i is ago i Bejjan a Sulit with worse. I took t Lur Sujew Rillis 1 i Liik convinced to limit i was troubled wit i cataud with Jav or und i improved at in Kun Anil in or Namle very much bolter and fuel More Elko working. Hood s Sarsaparilla always gives me Relief and u in 11 in airy one Sulla i Iii As 1 Hood s polls habitual action of Junul medals for essays. J. 13. Knoeller of Public instruction is sending circulars to tin1 schools of Len set att in which i matter is put i on gird for tin1 at orilion of uie pupils. It Powis the for Waterloo pupils of Bright inti Ltd to distinguish themselves. The circular says the subject of the essay in Competition for the Gold medal and geographic certificates of the nation us geographic society for the year 1893, will be the River systems of the United the National geographic society with a View of encouraging the study of geography in the Public schools of the United states has issued Gold medals and certificates which Are to be awarded annually in each state to such Pupil of a Public High school As shall write the Best original geographic essay on a subject to be selected by a committee of the society. It is intended that each essay shall pertain to the continent of North America and it shall be comprehensive in and limited in its length so As to afford opportunities for originality of treatment. The co opera Tion of the state superintendent of Edu cation is sought by the society. The Best essayist of each state will receive a certificate of proficiency from the National geographic society. The Geo graphic Gold Snedal of the National geographic society will be awarded to the Best essayist of the country while the second essayist will receive it cer silicate of honorable mention. Lowa Banks. State Bank examiner Mccarthy of this City who was Deputy state auditor under or. Lyons has returned from a five weeks tour among the Banks of Iowa. He visited nearly All the towns in the Northwestern counties and also visited the Southern part of the state. He has found affairs at All the Banks in a first class condition. Indeed he says the Banks of the state Are in a better condition now in fact than they have been for years. Col. Mccarthy says he has not found any evidence of a Lack of Confidence in. The Hanks anywhere he has been. Lie visited a Large num Ber of cities and found enormous quantities of Money on hand. There is Little or no nervousness anywhere in the state so far As he has travelled on the part of the depositors. The Banks however Are prepared for every Emer gency. In truth the Bank examiner says that they Are All loaded and groan ing with the Money they have on hand. Generally they have stopped making Loans and Are waiting for the turn of the tide toward a loosened Money mar Ket which seems already to have be gun. Cannot be cured by local applications As they cannot reach the diseased portion of the ear. There is Only one Way to cure deafness and that is by remedies. Deafness is candid by an in Laud condition of the mucous lining of the in Stachia tube. When this tube gets interned you have a rumbling sound of imperfect hearing and when it is entirely closed deafness is the result and unless the can be taken out and this tube restored to its Normal condition hearing will be destroyed forever nine cases nut of ten Are caused by Catarrh which is nothing but an inflamed condition of the mucous sur faces. Ave will give. One Hundred dollars for Case of deafness caused by Catarrh that cannot be cured by Hall s Catarrh cure. Send for circulars free. F. J. Cite nov co. Toledo 0. By druggists. 75c. A few Days ago there arrived and registered at the Best House at truer c. Langdon of Brockton mass. He was assigned to double room no. 22. On a later train there arrived and registered l. C. Langdon of Portsmouth ore., and As the Bouse was crowded he. Was assigned to the same room. In the morning on descending to the office d. C. Langdon looked at the Register to ascertain who his room mate had been for the night and was surprised to find that the initials corresponded with those of a brother from whom he had been separated and lost Trace of for More than eighteen years. Ilu immediately sought him out and found that it in deed was his brother. Awhile they remained in town they wore inseparable. In. J. Davis is a prominent physician of Lewis Gass county Iowa and Lias been actively on Gawl in the practice of Medicine at that place for the past thirty live years. On the of May while in Des m nines in route to Chicago to was suddenly taken with an attack of diarrhoea. Having sold Chamberlain s Colic cholera Anil diarrhoea remedy for the past seven teen years and knowing its reliability he procured a cent bottle doses of which completely cured him. The excitement and change of water and diet incident to travelling often produce a diarrhoea. Every one should procure a bottle of this remedy before leaving Home. For Sale by Wangler Bros and w. W. Furry druggists. Lune. Auk you in Simid if not now is the time provide yourself and family with a bottle of Chamberlain s Colin cholera and diarrhoea Ken ugly As an insurance against any serious results from an attack of Bowel complaint during the summer months. It is Al most certain to to hooded and should be procured no other remedy can take its place or do its work. 2 and 50 font for Sale by Wangler Bros and a w. Forry druggists. The Bobit. The Canadian experimental farm s report Ettya of they should remain in the nest after Hatch ing Touty four hours. If kept in door Chicks must to kept of dry Earth or on boards covered with dry Earth. Tho Glrst Foed should be stale bread soaked in milk squeezed dry and stale bread crumbs. They should be led on this a week then granulated oat meal or Small particles of Corn May be added whole wheat May be Given at the end of weeks but not before. Chicks must not be tinted at first or they will be stunted. They require Light but f req but feeding. The ii ests should be made of Cut Straw and dusted with car Bolic disinfecting powder to kill lice. Early pullets should Lay in. November. Buildings often below freezing in win Ter. Laying Stock had following mixture five pounds shorts and one half of pea meal pounds Corn pounds ground meat pounds of Oats with boiled vegetables added. The Grain mixture was fed poultry raisers in Iowa will notice that this is a highly Albu Minous ration. Only pounds of Corn in the mixture. The reason of this is evident the egg is of that nature Aud if the Hen. Is not fed such a ration she will not Lay Many eggs. We feed Corn to everything in Iowa and to fatten a Hen or a steer or a pig it is in place but it will not do for a laying Hen. Oats wheat Barley or pea meal can to had on. Iowa farms and we must feed what we have. Of course the Hen must have something to make the Shell of her egg and something to grind her feed in. Her crop. This should be seen to on the Prairie. There Are hens that do not Tay Well and these should be sent to pot. Heredity operates among hens As among other animals. The Chicks hatched from the Good Lay ers will make the Best layers. So save the eggs to that end. I ordinance no. 128. Jjck Knoks. An Avick . it Nolai Ruml by the City Council of tie City of Waterloo Iva Siti fifino i. That no person Linn company or . Is owner agent servant or employee shall in Sirry on or prosecute any Voca Tion Trade Hsii ices or profession hereinafter or plus Urtheil within the City of Waterloo without Tirsch having procured a License tacit fair from the City As hereinafter provided and without Lia Vonjj paid to the City for such License the respective amount charged therefor As herein fixed. Sue. L. That any person desiring a License under the provisions or this ordinance and paying to the City treasurer the sum herein sped fied shall receive from said treasurer a receipt there for specifying the kind of License for which ment is made and upon the presentation of said receipt to the City clerk lie shall if grunted by the mayor Issue a License As he Tiu provided and in Wise a License is refused by the mayor the mayor and City clerk shall draw an order on said treasurer in favor of the person paying the Money for the amount so paid which order shall be paid by said treasurer Aud All licenses issued under this ordinance except for paddlers itinerant agents and vendors or vehicles used for Carriage of passengers or freight for hire shall specify tiie particular place in said City where the acts or business thereby licensed Are to be performed or carried on which shall be confined to the place therein spec lied unless otherwise permitted in writing by the mayor of said City and All licenses shall terminate on the first Day of May next after the Issue thereof and no License shall be issued for to Shorter period than one year except As herein provided and in Case where the time be tween the Date of the License Aud the first Day of May next thereafter is less than one year in Wlinich Case the License shall be issued for the unexpired time and payment made pro rata. Ski. I. That no person As owner agent serv ant or employee shall keep in said City any billiard Pool Bagatelle or Jenny Lind table or any other table or tables on which games Are or May be played with balls and cues for the use or hire of which any Money or property or its equivalent or anything in lieu thereof is paid or received without first paying to the City treasurer the sum of ten dollars per year for each table Anil obtain ing from said City a License therefor As provided in Section Hereof. Ice1. 4. That no person As Yavner agent serv ant or employee shall keep in said City any bowl ing Alley where games Are or May he played with Halls unit pins for hire without first obtaining License therefor As provided in Section Here of Ami for said License shall pay to said City treasurer the sum of Twenty dollars per year. S to. Any person or persons granted a License provisions of sections three and four Here of shall keep his or their place of business closed on sunday and Between the hours of 11 o clock p. And o clock a. In. On All week Days sail Day Anil Between said hours must allow no person to have Access thereto and must exclude All persons therefrom. U. That no person licensed under sections three Aud four Hereof nor any person having charge or control of any place or table specified therein or any Bowling Alley shall per Mit or allow in any such room or place so kept by him. Flip playing u f any game of Chance or skill except those licensed thereunder or permit any minor to be or remain therein or to take part in any of the games which May lie played therein. Sue 1. T. That no person As owner agent sen ant or employee shall keep or conduct in said City a shooting Sillery. For the use of which any Money or property shall lie received without first paying to said City treasurer the sum of Twenty dollars per year or ten dollars for months or dollars per Day if for a less time than Days and procuring i License therefor As Hereinbefore provided in said Section . Sue. That no person As owner agent serv ant or employee shall keep any striking or lifting machine hmm tester baby rack or any similar place device or for the use of which any Money or property shall be paid or received without first paying to said City treasurer the sum of three dollars per Day. And obtain a License therefor As provided in Section Hereof provided that any person keeping any Cane Ruck or knife Board for the use of which any Money or property shall be received shall first pay to tin said City treasurer the sum of live dollars per Day. And obtain a License therefor As aforesaid. Sec. That no person As owner. Ment. Serv ant or employee shall give or maintain any theatrical performance opera minstrel concert or show gift concert or performance of any kind any Riding gallery Toboggan slide skating rink or roller coaster exhibition of legerdemain aug gling. Ventriloquism Wax work paintings statuary natural or artificial curiosities or any other show exhibition performance or entertainment from which profit or gain is to be derived or in which an admittance fee in Money or property or its equivalent is charged without first paying to said City treasurer the sum of live dollars for each Day or night or three dollars for each Day or night if More than one in succession and obtaining a License therefor As provided in Section Hereof which shall be in Force for the time for which payment is made provided that the owner or manager of any opera House Public Hull building or enclosure in which any such shows exhibitions or entertainments arc Given or Riding galleries Toboggan slide skating rink or roller coaster is placed May secure in annual License therefor for the sum of seventy live Dol Lars and no show exhibition or entertainment Riding galleries Toboggan slide skating rink or roller coaster or licensed opera House Public Ball building or enclosure shall be compelled to takeout a License provided also that lectures on scientific. Inst Oriculo or literary subjects shall not Como within the pro visions of this Section. Sec. To. That no person As owner agent serv ant or employee shall exhibit any civic is or Menag Erie or both if under one Canvas or any Side show accompanying any circus or Meu Ugerio. Without first paying therefor to Llic cily treasurer the sum of Thirl Ulivi dollars for each Day s Hexhi bilion of such circus or Menag Itie. And ten Dol Lars for each Day s exhibition of such Side show and obtaining a License therefor As provided in said Section Sec. U. Thai no person As owner ant or Oiler goods wares Mer Chandise personal property or real estate for Sale it and Ion or Public outcry within said City without lies therefor to the cily treasurer the sum of live dollars per Day. Or Twenty live dollars for each month or longer time not exceeding one year null obtaining a License there for As provided in Section to Hereof provide d that no person shrill sell from or keep any stand upon any Street Alley or sidewalk without the consent of the owner or occupant of the premises cur Cal to said stand. Nothing ill this Section shall be so construed As to re pure License Fri in persons Selling am cultural. Horti cultural or farm products of their own produce Tion or i Tishil neither shall it apply to any per son required by Low to sell real or personal prop cily under process of Law. Skin a. That no transient merchant Aso nor. Agent servant or employee shall in any manner sell or Oil or for Sale auction or Fri Valc Sale any Good wares or merchandise with in said City without Glrst. Paying therefor to the said cily treasurer the sum of forty dollars per month or live dollars per Day if Sulci License is is sued for a Shorter period Hun one month and obtaining a License As provided i Cryl or in said Section . All persons occupying for the purpose of stores and of Lfering for Sale at Salt rooms goods wares or merchandise and who have no been assessed by cily assessor or who Haw not u Impi Jitt lease of such rooms or Ull Dlug for the at least Mouths shall Cousin dared or the purposes of this ordinance or. K. That to person As owner agent ser or employee shall pe-ddli1. Huckster sell or Oiler for Wile at retail or sell Liy subscription from House to streets alleys or Ide walks or from Tny Wagon or vehicle of any or from any Box stand or erection of any and erected such streets alleys or Side walks in said City any fruits nuts confectionery articles of food or drinks whose Sale is not prohibited by the Laws of this my Matulac turd goods jewelry books pc ures works of literature Art or mince or any Ither article of any kind whatever the Sale of which is not elsewhere provided to be licensed otherwise by any other Section f this ordinance ind agricultural or Garden products. Neat or Ash newspapers and magazines for the of which no License shall be required by said Clov without first paving to said City treasurer lie sum of three dollars per Day or the sum of Wenty live dollars per year. If for a period of Hue greater in length than one week and obtain no a License therefor As provided in said Section we Hereof and provided that no person shall sell from or keep Uii such stand vehicle or rec ton upon any Street Alley or Side walk without the consent of the owner or occupant of the m Dulses adjoining and nearest to said stand. Sec. That no person As owner a Cut ser vant or employee shall peddle sell or Oiler for is Lewithin the limits of said City by Public out cry or otherwise packages of goods or wares of any description co it Anim Money prizes or other valuables without first paying to City treasurer the sum of live dollars for Isikli Day s Sale and obtaining a License therefor is provided in Section Hereof. Sec. 15. That itinerant doctors physicians ind surgeons whether in hotels at private houses or of the streets professing or attempt ing to remedy prescribe for or cure any disease in disability by the use of Iii Dicius or other method or itinerant vendors of Patent medicines of any kind whatever whose business it is to sell in retail shall pay to said City treasurer the sum if live dollars per Day. And obtain a License there or As provided in said Section Hereof ski. Iii. J hat no person As owner agent ser int or Ennoye shall keep or run buy omnibus Carriage Hack or any other vehicle for the Pur pose of carrying passengers or baggage for hire u said City without first paying to said City Liesum of ten dollars per year for each vehicle and obtaining a License therefor As provided in said Section Hereof and no License alien for shall be grunted for u less period than Lorec months. Sec 17. The owners and Drivers of All licensed carriages or other vehicles licensed to carry passengers or baggage shall hold them up Ives in readiness and shall carry any person at All reasonable hours who May demand it to any part of the City. No hauling of goods or Mer Chandise for hire shall be done under a License issued for carry he passengers. Is. The owners or Drivers of any Omni jigs. Car Remc or other vehicle licensed As above shall be entitled to demand and receive not exceeding Twenty Jive cents for any one passenger and his Ordinary baggage conveyed Auy distance not exceeding one mile and ten cents additional for each half mile Over said distance. Seo. 10. Any owner agent or Driver of any omnibus Carriage or other vehicle who when required shall neglect or refuse to carry any passenger and his Ordinary shall ask or demand for carrying any one person More than the sum allowed by this ordinance or shall Vio late any of the provisions of this ordinance relat ing to the business of owners or Drivers of Omni buses. Carriages or other vehicles shall be guilty of a Misdemeanour and be subject to a Fine of not less than five dollars for More than one Hundred dollars and costs of prosecution. Sec. To. Each omnibus Carriage Luck express Wagon Orother vehicle licensed As Inthisorn Diu uce shall be numbered by the mayor in the License and each number placed thereon by the owner in figures at least inches Long so As to be easily seen and read. The mayor shall keep a Register of the owner s names and numbers in his License Book. Sec. 21. The conditions imposed in sections 1c, 17, is 10 and 20, of this ordinance shall aut apply to any Street railway company which May operate its railway under an ordinance enacted specially for its operation. Sec. 22. That any person who shall violate this ordinance or any part thereof or who shall Aid or assist a outlier in any manner in so doing or any person who shall allow permit or Sutler any premises owned or controlled by him or her or in ills or Lier Possession or charge to be used or occupied in any manner or any business carried on or acts done therein in violation of this ordinance or any part thereof shall he guilty of a Misdemeanour and upon conviction thereof shall be lined not less than five nor More than one Hundred dollars and May be imprisoned until such line and costs Are paid but not exceeding thirty Days such imprisonment not to exceed one Day for each three and one third Dol Lars of such line and pay the costs of prosecution and for any violation of this ordinance or any part thereof by any person having a License under and by virtue Hereof said License May be revoked by the mayor of said City in ins discretion. Sec. 23. That All ordinances and parts of ordinances heretofore passed con Bernini the Matte herein contemplated or in conflict herewith Are hereby repealed. Sec. 24. That this ordinance shall take effect Aud be in Force from Aud after its passage and publication As provided by Law. Passed Lime 0, isl s. J. I. Goat h. C. Schult7. Mayor. City clerk. Taxing Telegraph and Tele phone Iowa cities Are talking of the legality and expediency of taxing Telephone and Telegraph an ordinance to this end was introduced into the Des Moines City Council but the City solicitor gave it As his opinion that under the terms of the companies Charters it was illegal. At fort Dodge such a tax has been levied and Cedar rapids has an ordinance in committee. At Dubuque the City solicitor has reported that in his opinion such a tax would be Legal there. All of these ordinances grow out of the decision of the supreme court of the United states a Short time since in which it was held in a Case that went tip from St. Louis that a municipal tax or rental for the use of streets of per Polo was and within the Power of municipalities to City journal. A european authority on cholera believes that cholera can be exterminated by going to the Root of evil. This disease is endemic at the Delta of the Ganges River in India in a Low area of about Square Miles caused by the put relying remains of animal and vegetable life cast into the River by the inhabitants and constantly float ing about. Formerly the Fellaheen of Egypt interred their dead on the Bor Ders of the River Nile and the bodies were then washed out into the Stream during the annual overflow of the River and were carried Down to spread disease throughout the Delta. Since an end has been put to this custom the Pla gue no longer harasses the country. It would doubtless be difficult if not impossible to restrain the natives of India inhabiting the Region of the Ganges from casting their dead into the Waters of the sacred Stream but the author thinks this difficulty might be obviated by compelling the people to cremate their dead and then throw the ashes on the bosom of the River. For infants and children. Whir to of with the of permit to of it without it in the Bert remedy for and Chu Drem the world Ever known. It in children Uko i it. It them health. It will Nave their liven. In it which in absolutely and practically a Orfant m. Medicine. Castoria worm ii. Ca Torta Castoria prevents vomiting sour card. A Castoria Piar Rhuba and wind Colia. Castoria relieves teething troubles. Castoria cures constipation and flatulence. Castoria neutralizes the effects of car ionic acid Gas or if Castoria dog not contain morphine opium or other narcotic property. Cantor la Ariani Lateri food be Glates the stomach and giving healthy and natural sleep. A put up in one size bottles Only. It is not Init la. Don t allow any one to Yon anything else on the plea or Prongua thatt in just As Good and will answer every see that you get a a St or i a. Tho fac simile signal arc of children cry for Pitcher s Castoria. One of the charming features of the columbian exposition is the Large number of vistas which it spots from which one May look Forth and behold views which Entrance the senses and Delight the Eye. Wherever one goes about the 700 acres of ground such scenes Are constantly unfolding themselves. Many times in a Day the visitor is tempted to pause and drink in the Beauty of some spectacle which had hitherto escaped his observation. This is one of the tests of architectural and landscape Art. No designer could be expected to plan vistas As a primary idea. That would be Mere scene painting and unworthy the higher Art. But in such a combination As this exposition where All Effort is on such a Large scale and there is such depend ency of one feature upon another for excellence of effect a work that did not present charming vistas would Lack Complete Success. They Are in i editable incidents where there is True j Beauty in the massing. A Farmer who has become converted to the very great advantage which wide tires possess Over narrow ones on the farm As Well As on the Highway says i have been using an Iron wheel Wagon with tires four inches wide on my farm for about nine months. I find the Broad tires very satisfactory As i can get about Over the farm hauling manure Hay Etc., when the ground is so soft As to pre vent the use of the narrow ones. The narrow tires for heavy hauling on the farm and country roads Are As useless As horns on cattle and should be Dis carded. Wheels Are now made of All Iron with tires three to inches wide and have Many advantages. There Are no tires to come off and re no Felloes to renew nor hubs to i rot they Are made All sizes to fit the spindles of our common farm wagons and if once used Are there to stay. Inquiries having been sent out by three important interests in the pro vision Trade to correspondents the following summarized information in regard to the hog situation was received and is Given in the Cincinnati Price current the crop of Young pigs As compared with the number of last year is 88 per cent or a reduction of 12 per cent. In Indiana Illinois Iowa Missouri Kansas and Nebraska Ghe principal Corn states the aver age is or a reduction As compared with last year of 11 per cent. The number to be marketed in june As compared with the number usually marketed in that month is 53 per cent for the whole country and in the Prin Cipal Corn states 52 per cent. Chamberlain s cough remedy is famous As a cure for severe Colis. Famous As a preventive of pneumonia. Famous As a preventive and cure for croup. Fatuous for the Relief it affords in Case of whooping cough. Famous As a Safe and pleasant Medicine for children. Try it. 50 cent bottles for Sale by Wangler Roros , druggists. June. Experience and science concur. Almost everybody knows that or. Price s Cream baking powder is the purest and Best of All the baking powders and everybody should know that 99 per cent of the baking powders contain ammonia Alum Lime or other hurtful ingredients. What a revelation to the Good housewife when be uses her first can of or. Prices and remarks the Beautiful work t docs so immeasurably Superior to that of any Ether. The Cherokee indians Are to be paid for their strip of acres. They will receive Cash Down and the rest in five equal annual instalments begin Ning March 4 next with four per cent interest on deferred payments. The payment next year will accordingly be principal and in Terest total the Chero Kees still continue to he richest people in America. And it May be remarked that the Cherokee is about the closest approach to a Good Indian that can be found wild West. The Iowa Swine association and the association of expert judges meet at Des Moines june 20th and 21st. The program includes several papers of interest to breeders with discussions following. On wednesday morning there will be practice of score card. The Iowa columbian commission have set apart for the use of the Iowa poultry men for the world s fail exhibit in october. This will doubt less All be used in express charges. The appropriation is much less than it should have been to encourage a Good exhibit. The next meeting of the Wrapsie Valley poultry club will be held Jan uary 9-13, 1894. I. K. Felch judge the place of meeting has not been decided As yet. We wish to impress the fact that our hardware is made of first class a tempered steel. Whether you Are Amateur or expert Workman we can meet your wants. The boys will be delighted with our tools and tool chests. House fittings and furnishings and All the latest time and labor saving devices. Make of life what you May give our goods a trial. Walsh wig Man East fourth Street. The Fowler co. And manufacturers of the celebrated and pure cider vinegar. W. L. Douglas s3 shoe and other specialities Tot cml eau a Laditca boys ao4 misses Best in the world. See descriptive after the ment which will appear la take no substitute but insist on having w. L. Shoes will Nara and Price lumped of Bottom. Sold by the Hawkeye shoe store r

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