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je®®®©©sesxsx^^ & i- 5) ®®®(S®t?X»)®5X5«5XSXiXSX?«X5O0^ R- I 5 $ ^rij' I CALIFORAIA CANNED !l' S!i696S696Se969SS69tfS«6969i k-. 1 Four Stories and Elevator. 20 Rooms with Bath. Newly Furnished throughout. ..n I ab!e Service the Best of All. BR1TTAIN 4 V-i OUR AUTHORITY FOR IT 1 DO WE HANDLE LOWER VEIN COAL? REAO^ oFrioe or ..,,f. D. JOHNSON & CO. COAL CO. 'aflj U. II. OANFIELD, Manager. Boonsboro, Ifwa, Aug. 3J, 1898. John Englert, Marshalltown, Iowa: Dear Sir:—In reply to your favor of this date, we will say that for us to claim that we have the best coal, will have but little weight unless the consumer has tried it, Every operator in Bcone thinks he has the best coal, but when we •ay, without contradiction, that we are operating the oldest mine in Boone county, the "Old Reliable Login & Canfield Mine," our lower vein coal needs no further endorsement* We hereby appoint you as agent to seil our coal in Marshalltown, Iowa*w«*-. Very respectfully, W. D. JOHNSON & CO. COAL CO. T. N. CANFIELL). SKC'V, Now one of the best equipped hotels in Iowa. D. A. WILLIAMS, $2.00—$2.50—$3.00. ||I MANAGES Pay the Highest Cash Price for Hogs. See Daily Markets in This Papsr. ANCHOR BRAND HAMS. Our Product is the Best. BRIDGES, BOILERS, STRUCTURAL IRON AND STEEL. STANDARD SIZES BEAMS, CHANNELS AND ANGLES iruurunteed at time of sfiidiiatltiii or amount or«chuliif«kil|» re funded. Over:t0calls received lttHt month for operators In ex cess of the number wo were ubl" to KUpply. Ladles und ttmtletnen admitted on eqiml leniiH. Full courno Rcholarshln In Telepr»lhy, Including writing, tlmw tiA7 RA unllmlt«»d v4*« «Ov Usually takes from 12 to 13 weekn to rouipleto the courwe. Llvln«oxpensee very moderate. The tuletfruph service ln»uie« pleomtnt und protltable work and certain promotion. Enter college tit any time. For free catalogue* l4Tne Proof' and full details address C. C. REARICKt Pres. HIGHLAND PARK COLLEGE OF TELEGRAPHY, W. B. KIBBEY, lib J&ABT MAIN 8TREBT, REAL ESTATE. Loan and Insurance Broker. of non-resident clients SoUeltea Vstrons placing bnalnese In ou hends wilt feste ItettenOM to. Ueferto nil bMka le cttt. IN STOCK. I A. E. SH0RTHILL CO., Correspondence Cheerfully Answered. MARSHALLTOWN, IOWA. 696969e969S9«9S»«9S96S«S69fi»9«S9«9«k9ik96S«9£969eSS9«9e9 i"CAMEO" BRAND FOR SALE BY ALL RETAIL CROCERS. PACKED BY LETTS-FLETCHER COMPANY, TELEGRAPHY Fascinating and Profitable. Can h«» learned In a few ve«*k§ bj* our np-lo-Uiito nv^U'tu at ftnull iixpeiifit*. We !mvt» tho Uncut equipped School of Tel eimiphy tn tlm United Stuto* u*ititfOhly modem inHtrumeutH andthc uctuul blank* und re port* ait lined in commercial and rullway nervlce. l*o»!t)»ttel«ffraph WHOLESALE GROCERS AND IMPORTERS. MARSHALLTOWN, IOWA. Kodol Dyspepsia Cure Digests what you eat. It artificially digests the food and aids Nature in strengthening and recon structing the exhausted digestive or gans. It is the latest discovered digest ant and tonic. No other preparation can approach it in efficiency. It in stantly relieves and permanently cures Dyspepsia, Indigestion, Heartburn, Flatulence, Sour Stomach, Nausea, Sick FTeadache,Gastralgia,Cramps,and all other results of impcrfcctdigestion. Prepared by E. C. DeWltt & Co.. Chicago. ALL. DRUGGISTS. CUT FLOWERS. Ten Large Greenhouses 1'(-voted to cut flowers aod plunto. We are tlie largest growers In the city and always liuve a large supply of season able l'.o*ers. IVork lor funerals, weddings, parties, and in luct lurnlsli i'owers for every cicuslon. from the cradle to the grave. Orders received by mail, teleplion. or telegraph, day or night. W. L. MORRIS. FLORIST, Pes Moines. Iowa 1 A former Marsh all town Resident Arouse Jealousy of iwo Hus baudless Matrons. ne slaps the Other and Revenue is bought by Having the Assail ant Arrested. Incident Creates a Sensation in Los Angelas, the scene of the Episode. "Mrs. Lulu iYoutig was arrested late esterclny afttfmoon, on complaint of A'rs. J. M. Hitklson, b.utery .'V According to t^u information upon against Young which the eomplliiint against Mrs*. Voung was i.KKuedl Mrs. Young was jealouf! of KhoadesV attentions to Mrs, Hudson anil as'a'6ul^ed-the latter in her own house on the evening of Seinvmbei •J!. Riioades. it appii-ara from the state ment. of the complaining witness to the district attorney, imide a friendly call upon Mrs. Hudson md family on the evening In question. He had been there but a few minutes when Mrs. Young entered the house unannounced and created a scene hy skipping Mrs. Hun son's face. Khoad- acted as peace maker and prevented further hostilities by hustling Mrs. Young off home. "Mrs. Hudson was completely ralr by surprise and made no resistance to the unexpected assault^ Her cheek and lip were swollen for several days as til result of the blow, and •'her feelings were so ruflled by the unpleasant ex perience that she concluded to seek re dress in court. Deputy District Attor ney Chambers was at flrsi loth to issue a complaint in the case on account of the unpleasant notoriety .that'would be given to all parties 'concerned. He ad vised Mrs. Hudson to think over tin matter when she hud time to cool off Mrs. Hudson thought it over, and the longer she'thought the more Indignant she became and the more convince Jhat it was her duty to bring Mrs Voung before the bar of justice answer for her beiligerenf conduct. Ac cordingly a warrant was issued for Mrs. Young's arrest -yesterday, sir weeks after the occurrence of the trou ble. "Mrs. Young was hauled into. Justice Morgan's court yesterday evening Iv Officer Phand. She pleaded not guilty and was released on her own recog nizance ponding trial next Monday af ternoon." The second chapter !s told in a later issue of the Herald as follows: "Mrs. T-ulu Voung of I.UCHS avenue was adjudged not guilty of the criti" battery by Justice Morgan yester day. The complaining witness. Mrs. I S M. Hudson of Xo. South. Main '=tr( "t .testified (hat. Mrs. Yountr camp I 'o her house on the evening of S pt. 2! 'ast. uninvited and unannounced, and 'nouired if T'eniamin O. Hhoades was" (here. Mrs. Hudson replied that he was not. but Mrs. Young said she knew bet ter. as she had seen him enter the bouse. Khoades. who was pres-' nt. at. this juncture spoke for himself and showed himself in evidence. An alter nation then took place between Mrs. Hudson and Mrs. Your.g. who, it ap •icared. wtr» rivals for the attentions of llhoades, who is a widower of mature veins, and whose occupation is that of in auctioiifei 'Not sold, but given aw-iv,' is a fav orite expression of Rhoades when sacri ficing goods under the hammer. So it appeared in the battery case. He was not sold to either rival for his affec tions, but was given away at tn: trial of the battery case r-y hofTi. "In the altercation alluded to above, Mrs. Hudson upbraided Mrs. Young with conduct which, the former alleged, led the hitter's husband to apply for a divorce on his deathbed. Mrs. Young reproved Mrs. Hudson for receiving at tentions from Tthoadfs while she had a husband who was contributing to her support. Mrs. Hudson, on cross-exam ination, denied that she had a husband who was supporting her. but adrr.lttev that he contributed to the support o' her childn n. The upshot of the alterca tion betweon her and Mrs. Young. sh testified, was that Mrs. Young shipped her face, so that her lip was badly swollen and she was confined to her bed on the verge of nervous prostration for two weeks. "Mrs. Hudson denied that she had requested lthoades to cease his atten- WKfngTimEa-ltepu iliom, HfcrateITtmm, ftrnJh, Tnesrfag, etttnEer 5, 1899, leaving and dared her tn strike her. She (the defendant) declined to pollute her hands by touching Mrs. Hudson, she said. "Mr. Rhoades was called for the de fense, and denied having seen any blow struck, aUnough admitting that a scene had been creiiu 1 by the unex pouted iippearfince of Mrs. Vounf,' while lit of guilty. on the charge of -Mis. 1 Voung is a widow re siding at No. ll7) I.uras avenue. Mrs. II Jtls in is a widow and keeps ku'ging iiViust' Ait No. 055 South Mam street. Both vlidowH are still on the siir tjy of ml,. 11} ,ili11! f.,„ the- matriinoniai\ experience. As usual when women eonli.- blows, there was a man in the casti. The man was ti. O. Khiades, a welllin»wn auctioneer, a widower and inuiL.friend of the two widows. the doubt, ami found her not OBITUARY. lemons."- Mrs. John M. demons died Monday evening at her home in 'lemons of old age, being 74 years, months and 22 a days old. Mrs. demons was one of the older residents of the county and until a month ago lived four and one-half miles northeast of the city. She was a native •:f Indiana and moved to Marshall coun ty from Decatur county, Ind., in ISM. She leaves her husband, two children and three grandchildren. If Mrs. ('lem ons had lived until Friday next, Dec, 8, she would have been married fifty-sev en years. The deceased had a large ac quaintance throughout the eounty, and many friends will learn with regret her demise. The funeral services will be conducted Wednesday morning at 10:30 o'clock. Hev. K. (I. Collin, of the Christian church, officiating Interment Will, be at Albion. Ouslcy. William Otisley, colored, aged li:i years, 11 months and 25 days, a member if the Soldiers' Home, died this morn ing at r::jn o'clock in the hospital after a short illness with inflammation of the stomach. Ousiey v.af formerly a resi dent of Cedar Rapids, and came to the Home from that city May 27. l^SS. He vas a corporal in Company F. l'ligh tetnth T'nited States colored troops, en listing at Meutonsville, Wis., Aug. 1", ISfi-l. and serving until Aug. 1«!. lSr,r,. .\hen he was discharged in Chattanoo ga, Tenn. Ousiey was a slave in his boyhood days and was born in Christian outity, Ky. He was r. statlonaiy en gineer by trade. H- leaves a wife, who a ri sident of this city, and daughter, Miss Maude Ousiey. who lives at 110 Eighth avenue. Cedar iiapids. The fu neral arrangement hav. mm yet been "ompleted. BRAKE MAN LOSES A LEG. t'lilfiisjo (ir'sil Western 'rr-iiliiihan Hurt ill (treeii Mountain —A Kun- Hurley Barnnill. affe«.l 2i', and a resi 1 ont uf Dps Mdim'S, .where a wife ami family ivsiilo, was tiuiin f'-rinusly in iured at (Iivi-n Mountain Mutiday aft' r nion. Barnliill is a brak'.nnan in the •inploy of the t.'hicafio Crrat, W'epteni tnd at the time of hi* ir.juiy was ?n in pitc-kin? ice into, a hot box. while the train was in motion. In run ning alontfsidfe the moving train his foot •truck Rome obstaeie and he was 'brown so that hit left foot caught un Jer the wheels. Thv foot and ankle. w.er. badly crushed and laee'ratc-d, which nc i-ssitated tiie amputation midway be tween the ankle and knee after his re moval to the Cletz hospital, in tins city. .-Might abrasions of the anterior part of .ifiht foot and lower part of riaht ies .vere also sustained, liarnhiil is iloing licely today and no complications ate a A nisustriu» Itunawny. Quit'- a disastrnus runaway occurred ::t about 11 o'clock this forenoon on West Main street, when .Mrs. O. I.. Bin ford's team of bays became frightened by the falling of trie tongue of a spring wagon, lo which they were bitched. Kd^ar Kdginn'ton. was driving' the horses and could not. control them. The animals reached Second street before encountering- any obstacle, and there 10dsins'K,n jumped out, seeing he could not stop them. In front ot George L. Andrews' store the horses collided with a buggy belonging: to Mr. James Snoddy, a West Main street gardener, in which Mr. Snoddy was sitting. He was throw violently lo the pavement and severely stunned and bruised, being rendered unconscious for a few moments. The Snoddy vehi cle was reduci-d to splinters. The order wagon of Mr. Andrews was next struck and it was damaged .considerably. The striking of the o'.v-uiil" broke the force of the team'.-s sp 'd ..nil after turning north on First sir-,":'! they were caught. Mr. Snoddy was taken to .John D. Vail's otli.-e, whi re he soon revived and was later taken home. Mr. Snoddy is not seriously hurt. -.a Hons to Mrs. Young- and that she had I care1, of thread-lied attacks of pneu entreated liiioades to cotne to see her monia it has averted and of the child on proimis^ that she would not have "en il has saved from attacks ot the Mrs. Young arrested if he would (lo so. croup and uhoeping cough. It is a She testitled that Rhoades had been vrond, good medicine. For sale by calling upon he.1- about three times iv dt ukrieis. week ever since the trouble took place, This declaration made Mrs. Young frown and Rhoades did not look at al? comfortable. Mrs. Hudson emphatical-j ljr denied that she had Mrs. Young ar rested simply because Rhoades refused to promise that he would cease calling on the widow on Lucas avenue and pay court only to Mrs. Hudson. "Joseph E. Patterson, a nephew of Mrs. Hudson, testified that his aunt showed him her swollen lip and told him about the alleged assault by Mrs. Younp, but he was not present at the time of the trouble and could not t-s tify as» to anything that had actually occurred. "Mrs. Young-, the defendant, testified that she had an engagement with Rhoades on the evening In question and drove down to his place of- resi dence, in company with her daughter. She saw the auctioneer leave Ills horpe before she got there. She thought he was probably going to the poatofflce, so she followed him and saw him enter Mrs. Hudson's house. She entered after him and asked to see him, and was told by Mrs. Hudson that he was not there, but Rhoades came forward and asserted himself. She admitted that an altercation ensued between her and Mrs. Hudson, but denied that she struck the latter, although, she de clared, Mrs. Hudson followed her to the front crate when she and Rhoades were Not a surprise. It will not be a surprise to any who are nt all familiar with the good qual ities of Chamberlain's Cough Remedy, io^kuow that people everywhere take tieasnrfi:.:in relating their experience in die usajof that splendid medicine and of the berutit they have re t'wvcd fi'em it, of bad colds it has 4- 4K$?c -••••. ysM'iWVte Gity Council to Investigate Thor oughly the Conditions Tama plains of 1 he was calling upon Mrs. Hudson. Khoades said ho dr?proc ited tho rimirrel between the two women, and had hogged Mrs. Hudson for his sake not to have Mis. Young nnestd. as he shunned notoriety In puch a riuarrei. ".Justice Morgan in deciding the case stated that he could not believe nil the testimony that had been given, and as the contending parties were entitled to ef|U!il credence, in the judement of the court, he gave the defendant (he hene- An I'ffort to lie Made to Provide ft.eans lor Takinsr Care of the :, iewaf(B. Contract Clock--Cost Awarded For a Town will be About $2,600. A special meeting of the city council was held Monday night, for the c-sp'rcial purpose of taking steps to provide means of caring for the glucose works sewage and doing away with the sink hole, known as the catch basin, east of the city also to ratify the action of the committee selected to act with the su pervisors in securing a clock for the court house tower. The* mayor and the council are im pressed with the necessity of doing something to stop the prosecution of the Glucose Sugar Refining Company by Tama county, but hope to be able to secure the co-operation of the company In providing some plan for caring for the sewage from both the works and the manufacturing portion of the city. The matter was discussed at some length at the meeting:, but as the problem is one that needs thorough and carc-ful invest igation the council was not in a position to take definite action. It was decided to have the mayor appoint a special committee to Investigate'and report on the best means of disposing of the sew age without running it into the river. -Mayor Pierce postponed the naming of the committee until today, when he named the following members: Kinkle, gj Harris and MeGuire. Mayor Pierce says tile city has held all along that the glucose company should take action, but the question had I now reached a point where the council. must act to avoid the closing down of the works. A sewer farm and a crema tory have been suggested. Besides ratifying the action of the council commute in agreeing to giv* WjO towards the purchase of clock and paying .one-third of the cost of maintenance, action was taken regard ing the grade on Crant street l»ct\\»-ei. Center street and Fit si avenue. It ».?•• decided to leave th» grad'- as it is. BI'YIXCi A TOWN CIXX'K. The supervisors and rhe council clock committee, .consisting of Mayor Pieref atid Couneiimen Harris. Henry an' Fisher, met this morning for the pur pose of consieer.ir.g bids for supplying the court h-ius i.,vv- with a do .-!-. 1 epresentalives of the Seth Thomas./ Howard and Johnson Pneumatic Clock companies were present an 1 the entire, forenoon was .'consumed. in diseussini" the good points.of town Honks be lis. Definite, action was- postpone-: until afternoon. v-'. The bid of tilt! Howard company was accepted at the al'ii-rueon being the most acceptable, «li- ihitiji-s considered. A contract was entered into at once. It e.'Uis. ur ine ue.-i io. k:: of (•lock, with teu-f'iot illuminau ciais. and a West, Troy bell. The.. clock proper will cost and tae 2.000 pound bell wiil. cost making a/iotal cost of ,$2.r.Si.V The clock is to lie placed in good running-order before ae.ee ted. The "Howard representativi says he can have the clock ,ui insidiiecf forty days, provided the tower is put in read i.nsss. l'.nptist ltovival Meetings. The revival meetings .oimmenci"i Sunday in the Baptist church are large ly attended and. &4KIN(r POWDER Imparts that peculiar lightness, sweetness, and flavor noticed in the finest cake, short cake, biscuit, rolls, crusts, etc., which ex pert pastry cooks declare is unobtainable by the use of any other leavening agent. Made from pure, grape cream of tartar* ROYAL BAKING POWDER CO., NEW YORK. I enthusiastic in charac ter. The singing of Mr. I'ugh is greatly appreciated. He has made us of local talent in forming a large choru. choir. :t,boys' and a girls' choir, and at one service had a male trio which sang with excellent effect. The sermon on Sunday morning dealt with the per sonal accountability of. Christians in seeking and saving the lost. Sunday evening the evangelist preached on the love of God. A score or more made a start toward the Christian life on Sun day. Monday noon and again today meet ings were held in. the Iowa Central shops. The afternoon services are deal ing with special lines of Christian in struction. chiefly for church members. Bast night the sermon was on "Raising the Dead." The plea, was that the' physical condition of Lazarus in .the tomb iitly represents the spiritual con- -. dition of "the uuregenerate. Jesus Christ only can raise the dead, yet he permits. ... and, indeed, commands us to co-operate with him in removing obstacles be a a a a are raised from the. dead we should -r "loose them and let them go" free from the temptations that once led them astray. The grave clothes of former habits or prejudices should be removed by church people. -ref I Mrs. R. Churchill, Berlin, Yt: says: "Our baby was covered with running sores. ]e\H'ilt's Witch Hazel Salve cured her." A specific for piles and skin diseases. Beware of worthless counterfeits. All druggists. woman's Native TROWELS MADE TO ORDER BY WILLIAMS BROS., 104 EA8T CHURCH ST., Is usually so full of suffering and danger that she looks forward to the critical hour with appre hension and dread. Mother'sFrikkd. by i:s penetrating and soothing properties, allay* nausea, nervousness and all unpleasant feelings, and so prepares the system that she passes through the event safely with but little suffering, as numbers have testified and said, "it is worth its weight in gold It is sold by all drug gists nook containing valua ble information to all, mailed free, upon application to the Bradi'iki.d Rk'JUI.ator Com pany. Atlnnln f"«'-r,rip ARE YOU PREPARED FOR COLD WEATHER? §S We can keep you comfortable this winter. C. Supreme Satisfaction 4 -i$a NowSafety ABBOTT & SON. My Stock of Holiday Goods **f a- PRESIDENT, A. F. BALCH. CE'PRCSIDENT, GEO. A. TURNER Deposit Boxos CAPITAL BICYCLES Is to love children, ind no home can be completely hap py without them, yet the ordeal through which the expectant mother must pass. er's Friend MARSHALLTOWN, IOWA. Coal is Going Down Now just as fast as our wagons can cart it to your cellars, but the prices are going to go up. Forewarned is forearmed! So don't wait for cold weather to catch you unprepared. Get your supply now, while prices are down and the roads are good. Our coal is high grade, well' screened and guaranteed to be satisfactory J. C. DUNN. If not, now is a good time to place your orders with us for Storm Windows, "Red Hot" Storm Doors, Eoone and Centerville Coal, Scranton or Lehi Hard Coal. 'ANY R. HARPER & CO., SOUTH CENTER ST., r- EARLY OPPOSITE COURT HOUSE. 1 a S S S If W a is a S S a & a S S S S Is now on inspection. Early buyers can always make most satisfactory selcetions. Simmons' Book Store, YM Marshalltown State Bank. $130 000 A fully equipped nut- DCD A IDCT\ chine shop under Shet- KtrAIKtU ler's harness shop. MANY YEARS' EXPERIENCE. NO. TI WEST MAIN. White Transfer Line CEO. W. BEASLEY. Storage for Household Goods and Merchandise. We respectfully solicit pic A ture framing for Christmas before the grand rush begins. EST m/\HV STREET. v' a: a a a ajS5i V-p Follows the possession of one of cur handsome and efiicient Stewart Heateis. The line is still complete. We have made cur third purchase of these goods and whi'e prices are a little high er than they were earlier in the season, we can still give you a low price on this excellent line, wh'ci comprises hard coal burn ers, oaks, hot blasts, Wood Todds, Stewart cooks and Stewart wrought steel and cast ranges. Stj £v & "S!-: a 55s 5 S y"S4E'®'5s.-.t CASHICR, P. S. BALCH «S8'T CASHIER, C. TRINE Domestic and For- uu,.,vjih »uu t«r- SURPLUS t'itjn Exchanso Ior ltont. ™«»ijv,vuu Boushtand Sold. A. L. FRAZIER MACHINIST TCLCQHONE 111 202 EAST MAN STREET, MAR8 HAUL TOWN.