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Stl)t Democrat.
PUBLISHED EVERY WEDNESDAY.
O, «. BRONSON.
I
e.
M. CARR.
BRONSON & CARR.
Editorsfand Proprietors
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t'early, in advanoe 91 fiO
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NOTICE.—On the slip of paper upon which
the name is printed, appears the date to which
the paper is paid for, and a renewal Is always
respectfully solicited.
The writer's name must accompany any artl
le for publication, as an evidence of good faith
the editor*
Felt Boots
I SNAG PROOFOVERS.
We are better prepared than ever to fit
you out in
WINTER FOOTWEAR
ATTORNEYS.
:R .: G. W. DUHHAM. B, D. STILES H. NOHHIS.
DUNHAM. NORR1S FT STILES.
ATTORNEYS AT LAW AND NOTARIES
A c\. public. Speotal attention given to Collec
•. llons Insurance, Real Estate and Loan Agts.
vH, Dfflce in City Hall Blook, Manchester, la.
O. YORAH. H. F. AESOLD. M. J, YOIIAM
YORAN. ARNOLD YORAN
ATTORNEYS AT LAW, and Real Estate
Agents. Office over Delaware County State
Bank, Manchester, Iowa,
O. E. BBOHSOK, E. M. CARa.
BRONSON CARR.
to-- irnpuffvo Am aw °""iotal attention
in Democrat
FRED S. BLAIR.
ATTORNEY AT LAW. Offlce In the City BaU
Blook. Manchester, Iowa.
PHYSIOIANS.
A.J.WARD,
rpHYSIOIAN and Surgeon, will attend to calls
L. promptly at all hours of the day or night,
Iv jtmont, Iowa.
H. H. LAWHENCB.
PHYSICIAN AND SURGEON. Speolal at
•~A tentlon given diseases of children. Have
taLso made a speolal study of Gyneocology,
DENTISTS.
O. A. DUNHAM, D. D. S.
piENTISTTS, Office over Carhart & Adams'
Ll hardware store, Franklin St. Manchester.
Iowa,
C. W. DORMAN.
jurgery
Tints to neighboring towns.
-?9qnent
at ottoe on Saturdays.
Dentist.
nu.tU o' lo'.vn.
Everything new, just what you want
and hen you want it.
WE FIT THE FEET. "MCHESTER. IOWA.
Our Business Directory. I
Manchester, Iowa,
Mm
C. LEIGH. D. D. S.
Office over Ander & I'hlllnp's Drug
Store Corner Main and Franklin streets,
Manchester Iowa. Telephone 185 l7tf
VETERINARIAN.
DR. J. W. SCOTT,
ITETERINARY Surgeon, and Dentist. Office
in H. O. Smith's Drug Store, Main St. At
night can be found at rooms over Ralph Con
ger's Store.
MANUFACTURING.
MANCHESTER MARBLE WORKS
TS prepared to furnish Qranlte and Marble
Monuments and Head Stones of various de
sifrns. Have the oounty right for Slpe's Pat*
ent Grave Cover also dealer In Iron Fences.
Will meet all oompetttlon. 9tf 04.
THOMAS GIVEN,
iflontraotor and builder. Jobs taken in town
yj or country. Estimates furnished. First
olasa work guaranteed. Prices reasonable.
Shop on Howard street near Franklin, Man*
ohester Iowa. S5tf
W. N, BOTHTOK. 4. F. MCEWBW.
BOYNTON FT MCEWEN.
WATCHMAKERS,
Jewelers and Engravers
dealers in Watches, Clocks, Silver and
Plated Ware, Fine Jewelry,
Speotaoles, Cutlery,
Musical Instruments, eto., Main street.
JONES* COOL1DGB.
A LL KINDS OF FURNITURE oonstanUy In
ti stock. Undertaking done in all Its
oranches. Manchester, Iowa.
M. W.SHBLDOH. J. P. FOLEY
Undertakers and Embalmers.
Ourable.
stock Is new and complete, Prices reason
Opposite K. P. Ha"
able. Opposite K. P. Hall. 46tf
A.D, BROWN.
j^ealer In furniture etc., and undertaker,
Main Street.
F. WURKME1STER,
pENERAL DEALER IN FURNITURE,
Ooffins. Pioture Frames, Eto. A complete
stock of Furniture and Upholstery always on
hand, at prloes that defy competition. A good
Hearse kept for attendance at funerals. Earl*
ville, Iowa.
HIDDELL A CO.,
rvRY QOODS, Oarpets, Millinery, Hats and
\J Oaps, Boots ana Shoes, etc,, Main St.,
Manchester, Iowa.
A. THORPE.
PHOPBIKTOROF "KALAMITY'S" PL.UN
der 8tore and Dealer In Clothing, Boots,
Shoes, Notions, etc. MaBonlo Block, Manches*
ter, Iowa
QRASSFIBLD BROS.,
(Successors to Seth, Brown.)
DOOTS AND SHOES of all grades and prices.
XJ Custom Work and Repairing given speolal
attention. Store In City Hall Blook.
J. J. HAWLEV,
HEALER IN HARDWARE, StoVPH,
ware, eto ., Manohesterlowa'
INSURE
YOCB PROPERTY against cycloues
and toraadoei In the old reliable Phoenix
Insurance Co., BRONSON & CAJtlt, Agents.
A U, BEVERT3QN.
TsonloAKTISTlU
HE TAILOR. Shop
block, Manchester Iowa.
HOLLISTER LUMBER CO.
UMBRR and all kinds of building materials,
Posts and Coal. Oorner of Dolaware and
Madison streets
MANCHESTER LUMBER CO.
UMBHR and Builder, Materials, Posts and
OML ffMtiM.Mud.fot-
(1
GEO. S LISTER.
S LTARDWARE, STOVES, TINWARE, ETC,
Keops a first-class tinner and does ail
kinds of repairing with neatness and dispatch.
Store opposite First National Bank, Main St.
THOS, T. CARKEEK.
A RCHITECT AND BUILDING SUPER1N
tx TENDENT, S. E. Cor. 8th and Main 8t.,
Dubuque, Iowa
WM DENNIS.
pARPENTER, CONTRACTOR & BUILDER.
I am now nrepared to do all work in mv
Uneln a good ana workmanlike manner. Satis
faction guaranteed. Plans and estimates fur*
nisbod. Work taken In town or country. Shop
near the stand tower on West Side of river.
E, S. COWLES.
piTY DRAYMAN. Am prepared to do all
?k In my line. Moving household goods
and placos a specialty All work will receive
prompt attention. A share of your patronage Is
solicited. Charges right. Give your draylng
to a man who has oome to stay.
J. H.ALLEN.
ptLOTHING- and Gents furnishing goods. Cor
ner Main and Franklin streets.
L. R. STOUT,
/"1LOTHING and Gents furnishing goods.
City HaU Block, Franklin Street.
CLARK A LAWRENCE,
DRY
Obstetrios, and Reotal Diseases. All chronic
diseases successfully treated with the aid of
various Thermal ana Massag? treatment. All
chronics solicited. Consultation free, Office
over Work's market. All calls promptly at
tended. Resldenoe on Main street, the old Dr.
Kelsey property.
GOOD8, Notions. Carpets, Gents fur
nlshlng goods, etc. Franklin street.
QUAKER MILL CO.
LOUR and Feed, Manufacturers of the uete
brated White Satin and Whlto Pearl Flour.
GREGG & WAPD.
Druegists
and dealers in Pulnts. Oils, Wall
Paper, Stationery &c. Atwater's block,
Franklin street.
STORY &A8BOTT.
T|RUGS, Wall paper, Stationery. Paints, Oils
etc. City hall blook.
& ANDERS.
DealersPHILIPP
In Drugs, Wall Paper. Stationery,
Paints, Oils, eto. Corner of Main and
Franklin streets.
PETER BOARDWAY.
Dealer
E. E. NEWCOMB.
PH
bridge
Farley Wednesday
in Hour, feed, hay, straw, Maquoketa
lime, stucco and common and Atlas cement.
Telephone US. Lower Franklin Street.
RACKET STORE.
DKY
\ENTI8T. Office over Clark & Lawrence's
store on Franklin street. Crown
bridge work a specialty. Will meet patients at
isa&y of each week. 82 tf
GOODS. Clothing, Hats, Caps, Boots,
Shoes, notions, oto. West side Franklin
street south of Main.
NOBLE ARNOLD.
/^.ROCEUIES, Provisions, Fruits, etc. First
V-* door north of Dolaware County Bank.
PBTERSON BROS.
Dealers in Groceries, Provisions, Crockery,
Fruits, etc. Main Street.
T. F. MOONEY.
(Successor to Lee Bowman.)
BLACKSMITHdone
L( ll. i,
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ENTERED AT THE POSTOPriCE AT
MANCIIESTRK. IOWA, AS SECOND-CLASS MATTER.
^OMM04(H04M0404(MHMOM4M040«MIM04M04H
We Will Save You Money On
N
and Wagoumaker, Delhi,
Iowa. Work promptly and in a work
manlike manner. Charges reasonable. Your
patronage solicited. I5tf
.E. PRATT..
PAINTINGtoCdo
WM. MCINTOSH.
Horses Wanted.
A few good horses for oastern markets, must
be sound and In good condition. Enquire at my
piaca on Uulon street in Manchester.
aotf
T. W. KOMNSON
Chimneys Cleaned.
I have got a patent aevlse for cleaning chim
neys. Ifyouwaut yours cleaned leavo orders
for ine at Heth Brown's or Graham & Son's. 1
also do all kinds of mason work and white wash
ing, build chimneys and cisterns and do repflrs.
All work warranted to give satisfaction. I
8tf JOHN TOWSLEfe.
Kirkman, Belle Rive, 111., says: "After
suffering from Bronchial or lung
trouble for ten years I was cured .by
One Mlnuto Cough Cure. It is all that
is claimed for it and more." It cures
coughs, coldB, grippe and all throat find
lung troubles. 11. C. Smith.
Business Opportunities.
The B. C. B. N. By. is constructing a
new line north and west from Worth
ington, Minn., to the west line of the
state, which will be completed within
the year. The country through which
the line passes is the best in Bouth-west
ern Minnesota, is practically all under
cultivation and thickly settled by well
to-do farmers who have been going fif
teen and twenty miles to market. Ar
rangements have been made to lay out
towns at the most advantageous loca
tions for business. These townB will
need stores and shops of all kinds and
merchants will find favorable openings
on this new line. Doctors and profes
sional men will also find good locations.
This company iB also constructing a
line from Armstrong to EBtberville, la.
There will be two new towns on this
line named Maple Hill and Irwin, and
investors will find splendid opportuni
ties at either of those points.
The railway company will, as they
have always done, join with the DUBinoBS
men of their towns to build up centers
of trade.
For Information write ...v
THOMAS H. BROWN, I
General Townalte Agent,
Bfrwlfc UoQXFtlb.&l).
iiinv*i
Syracuse is trying the interesting
experiment of a city municipal lodging
house. The city seeks thus to provide
for men out of work who are now too
often classed with vagrants and degrad-
ed by the associations of the public
station. In this house the lodger will
be provided with a bed and a light
breakfast for a period not exceeding
two weeks, when it is expected that the
applicant will have found work. For
this board the lodger will perform some
municipal labor on the street or else
where.
It has hitherto been held generally
that the man who has read about the
subject matter of a trial in court is dis
qualiiied to act as a juror in it. Three
states, Massachusetts, Kansas and Ten
nessee have now come to the conclusion
that this rule should be set aside, and
that previous knowledge of a suit need
not bar a man from a place on a jury,
but that general honesty and intelli
gence shall be the chief requirements of
that otlice. If the standard of intelli
gence in jurymen can be raised to a
point that will command refipect and
eotablish a confidence that justice will
be speedy and pertain, lawlessness will
decrease proportionately, and there will
be fewer lynchings which disgrace 10
many slates.
Thought* of a Dying Man.
For ruanj weeks I have been confined
at home, from which it Is probable 1
shall nt^e^KAVe.ab a living man, judg
ing from tlie conclusions of a consulta
tion of pliynicianB, who have considered
my case.
The thoughts upon immortality by
the same man when in normal health or
at the eve of dissolution, I have experi
enced to be entirely dissimilar. In the
first condition he speculates, analyzes,
criticises or re I els. In the Becond he is
content to leave the subject to the Su
preme Originator aud approach the end
without diBsent and in a bumble spirit.
IUB belief may be the result of instinct,
education or reason. It matters little
at that stage. The general opinion
concedes a Universal Power of prodigal
benfignity. That seems now suflicient
for me. "Perfect love caBtetb out fear."
The Power Superb in benevolence as
manifested in Its works, loves us and
should dissipate our fears, If we re
ciprocate that love by obediencetocom
mon-sense dictates and kindliness to
ward our fellows, we worship in act, if
not in words, and, with this conscious
ness of duty performed, our fears should
be dissipated.
The daily habit throughout lift ot the
contemplation of one's own death must
have a salutary effect upon the moral
actions of individuals, and as a great
change appears it can be entertained aB
an expected and tolerable, tf not an en
tirely welcome visitor. The universal
harmony which prevails in the mater
ial world seems but a glimpse, yet guar
antee of the celestial prospect guided
and adorned by the £ver Presence.
This faith should suflice for many aB
for me, and is my attitude toward my
approaching end.
For the rest to come to me,
For the hidden truth to see,
I am waiting,
For sky of silver bright,
For realm that has uo night,
For the source of Nature's 1'ght,
I am waiting.' *0 I
For the Voice to say to mo,
I am
AND PAPER HANGING,
prepared paper hanging andpi
on short notice, lu town or country. Will a\\
cstiinatos on all work In my line. J.oave orders
at 11. C. Smith's drug store
J, M. PEARSE.
JUSTICE
OF THE 1*EACK AND COLLECT
OR. All busli
prompt attention.
second floor.
All business entrusted to htui given
Office in City Halt mock.
a
"I have seen aud strengthened theo,"
I am waiting.
"Thy earthly course thou now hast run,
Thou hast well the victory nrou, ,i
Aul to thee I say, now come
I am waiting."
—New York Sua.
Simple Ifethod of Measuring Light.
In theBe days, when popular know
ledge of electrical subjects is undergo
ing quite an. appreciable extension,
many people are desirous of a simple
method of measuring the lighting
power of a tlame. The question how
many candle power a lamp has can be
settled without any great difficulty.
The surest results are obtained by
means of a grease spot. In its moBt
simple application the experiment can
be tried easily at home. A Bheet of
white paper, with a grease spot In the
center, is put into a frame and placed
between two flames of different light
ing power—for instance, between an or
dinary stearine candle and a kerosene
lamp. When the frame is equally dis
tant from the two unequally bright
liameB the
grease spot can be seen plainly
on both sides. By moving the frameB
with the sheet of paper slowly toward
the leBS bright light—that is, the stear
ine candle—it will arrive at a point
where the grease Bpot has apparently
disappeared on both sides of the paper.
This illusion always exists when an
equal lighting power prevails on both
sides of the paper, and there is no side
light. ThiB is the point at which to de
termine how much stronger is the light
of the lamp than that of the candle,
the candle Is twenty Inches from the
paper, and the lamp sixty inches, and
yet both sides of the paper are equally
bright, the light of the lamp will be as
strong as that of nine candles. The
calculation is based upon the distances,
the Uigures of which are multiplied by
themselves and then divided. In this
case, for instance, 60 multiplied by CO,
divided by 20 multiplied by 20, equals 9.
This of course, is a very crude method,
but it embodies the principle utilized in
the delicate measurements of the labor,
atories. The grease spot always re
mains the base of the modern instru
ments for measuring light, .whether
is replaced by milk, glass, or it appears
as an ideal grease spot in the place of
an uncovered point of the mirror. The
unit for measuring light is now the so
called Hefner candle. This candle con
sists of a wick saturated with acetate
amyl. Its flame has a height of forty
millimeters. It is used more particularly
when the sources of light possess
naturally a certain similarity. The
comparison of the power of red gas
light with that of white arc light or in
oandeeeent light is made most wwurate
to IHMlli IMtltaawti,
God broke our years to hours and days that
Hour by hour
And day by day,
Be laid across our shoulders, and the future,
rife
With woe and ftiog-le meet us face to face
At Just one place,
S&fcp We could not go vl
^^Our feet would stop, and so
ftoi lays a little in us every day,""1
And never, 1 believe, on all the way
Will Durdens bear so deep
Or pathways lie so steep
But we cao go If, by Goc's power,
Wo only hear the buraen of the hour.
—George Krtugle.
The Maa WhoToldthe Trnih,
There was a man rcho said one day
Unto himself: "Hereafter I ts.,*v
Shall not he base euough to say
A single word thai lb a lie.
The truth I'll tell to each anri all,
To high and low and great and ^mall."
And so he bravely started out.
Ills heart was strong, his spirit lold.
Of all the things he talked about
The truth, and nothing elso, was toldT
He seamed the tricks of speech through which
Men make themselves Adored and rich.
He told the nhole truth, nothing mon),
A nd wheu they bore him home that nlgnt
His face was battered up anc sore,
And ho was what Is called a sight.
He lost his job, ills frieuds were few, '-,.v
But he had learned a tln or two. rv,
-Cnlcago TlmeK-Herai",
BOARD PROCEEDINGS.
STATE OF IOWA,
V* DELAWARE COUNTY
Beit reitt&iittBirw* that on this 13ih
day of November, A. 1). 1899, it being
the first Monday after the General Elec
tion, the Board of Supervisors of said
County met in regular session.
Present S. P. Carter, chairman F. L.
Durey and ThoB. Lindsay, members
and H. E. Stetson, Auditor.
At the hour of twelve o'clock noon
the Board proceeded to onan and can
vass the votes cast at tho General elec
tion held on the 7th day of November,
1899 and find that for the office of Gov
ernor there were thirty-four hundreid
and forty-seven {3447) votes cast of
which—
Leslie M. Shaw received twenty-one
hundred and ten (2110) votes.
F. E. White received twelve hundred
seventy-seven (1277) votes.
M. W. Atwood received forty six (46)
votes.
Charles A. Lloyd received ten (10)
votes.
C. C. Heacock received two (2) votes.
M. J. Kremer received two (2) votes.
For the office of Lieutenant Governor
there were thirty-four hundred thirty
seven (3437) votes cast of which—
•(. C. Miiliman received twenty one
hundred nine (2109) votes.
M. Bevis received twelve hundred
sixty-seven (1267) votes.
George Pugsley received forty-six (46)
votes.
S. M. Harvey received ten (10) vote
Michael Bronner received three (3)
votes.
F. K. Leonard received two (2),
votes.
For the office of Judge of the Sa-
Sred
reme Court there were thirty four hun
thirty two (3432) votes cast of
which
John C. Sberwin received Iwenty-oue
hundred three (2103) votes.
A. Van Wagenen received twelve
hundred sixty-Uve (1265) votes,
H. F. Johns received fifty-one (51)
votes.
L. H. Weller received eleven (11)
votes.
F. W. Darner received two (2) votes.
For the office of Superintendent of
Public Instruction there were thirty
four hundred thirty-three (3433) votes
cast of which—
Richard C.Barrett received twenty one
hundred eight (2108) votes.
B. P. Hoist received twelve hundred
bixty-one (1261) vctas.
I). S. Dunlnvy received forty-eight (48)
votes.
C. Wirth received twelve (12) votes.
Mrs. E. Pardee Travis received two
(2) votes.
W. C. Pidgeon received two (2) votes.
For the office of liailroad Commis
sioner there were thirty-four hundred
thirty-one (3431) votes.
Edward A. Dawson received twenty
one hundred (2100) votes.
W. H. Calhoun received twelve hun
dred sixty-Bix (1266) votes.
A. B. Wray received fift-two (51)
votes.
liobert L. Dunning received ten (10)
votes.
N. Heisel received two (2) votes.
C. Z. Lindley received two (2) votes.
For the office of Senator of the 33rd
Senatorial Dist. there were Thirty-three
hundred ninety-eight (3398) votes cast
of which—
H. I. Gr
18wold received twenty hun
dred eighty-Bix (2086) votes.
T. J.Prouse received thirteen hun
dred twelve (1312) votes.
For the office of Representative of the
68th Representative Dist. there were
thirty-four hundred Bixteen (3416) votes
cast of which—
George W. Dunham received twenty
hundred seventy (2070) votes.
A. S. Coon received thirteen hundred
forty-six (1346) votes.
George W. Dunham having received
tbe highest number of votes for said
office, be is declared elected, his term of
office to begin the first Monday in Jan
uary, 1900.
For the otlice of County Treasurer
there were thirty-four hundred seven
teen (3317) votes fast of which—
L. Matthews received twenty-one hun
dred nine (2109) votes.
Chas. H. Furman received thirteen
hundred Beven (1307) votes.
H. J. Schweitert received one (1)
vote.
L. Matthews having received tbe
highest number of votes for said office,
is declared elected, his term of office to
begin tbe first Monday in January,
19
For tbe ollice of Sheriff there were
thirty-four hundred eighteen (3418) votes
cast of which—
11, W. Fishel received twenty hun
dred forty-six (2046) votes.
D. F. Hennessey received thirteen
hundred eeventy-two (1372) votes.
R. W. Fishel having received the
highest number of votes cast for said
ollice, he is declared elected, his term of
ollice to begin the first Monday in Jan
uary, 1900.
For the oQice of Superintendent of
ScboolB there were thirty-four hundred
fourteen [3414] votes cast ot which—
H. J. Schweitert received eighteen
hundred fifty-one [1851] votes.
F. K. Main received fifteen hundred
sixty-three [1563] votes.
H. J. Schweitert having received the
highest number of votes cast for said
ollice, he is declared elected, his term of
otlice to begin the first Monday in Jan
uary, 1900.
For tbe ollice of Coroner there were
thirty-three hundred ninety-three [3393]
voteB cast of which—
I 11. H. Lawrence received twenty hun
I dred ninety-two [2092] votes.
A. H. Swinburn received thirteen
hundred one [1301] votes.
H. II. Lawrtno* hating Hotlvtd the
Mipuup 'J -H WWil|i|^WMI|lilliW(IHWPWWy^MJWMWllMWlCii
lir. is
fe*
Hour By Honr.
'g
v?
Just going on a little way
We might be able all along,
To keep quite strong.
Should all the weight of life
P. Carter having received the
higheet number of votes cast for said
ce, he is declared elected, his term
of office to begin tbe first Monday in
January,1900.
It is further found from the poll
bookR returned from the several town
ships and precincts that tbe following
named persons have been and are here
by declared elected to the offices of
Justice of the Peace to fill vacancy
M. H. Lichtenberg, Colony L. G.
Clute. Honey Creek Gerhard Schnieders
Bremen C. H. French, Milo Wm. Har
ford, Union P. H. Flannigan, Hazel
Green: P. H. Woods, Adams J. 11.
White, North Fork and H. Bray ton,
Prairie.
It is further found from the poll
books returned from the several town
ships and precincts that the following
named persons have been and are here
by declared eiectd to the office of Con
stable to fill vacancy.
Chas. Carroll and s. B. Sloan, Elk (J.
A Clute,Honey Creek W.D.Waltmau
Richland:—Wm. Budden, Bremen
Chas Towner, Coffins Grove A
E Dutton, Milo E Todd, Uniou
Mike Kelley, Hazel Green O Wright
and Frank Woods, Adams Theo Wolf,
North Fork John Durey and
Sites, Prairie.
Auditor's report of fees received in
vacation from September 2, 1899 to
November 10,1899 both dayB inclusive
is approved.
Auditor's report of warrants fumed
In vacation from .September term lo
November term 1899 is approved.
Recorder's quarterly report of fees is
approved.
Clc
lerk's report of fees received is ap
proved.
On motion the Board adjourned uu
til Tuesday, November 14,1899.
-Tuesday November 14,1899.
Board met as per adjournment.^
Members all present.
Yesterdays proceedings read and ap
proved.
CLASS—1.
Matt Parrott and Sons, books $ 01 40
Earlvlllt! i'hoenlx, pub continued
Manchester Pres*. supplies
Delaware County News, pun. etc
Mftncheiter Democrat
CLASS—II.
A Clark, Bounty...
CLASS—III.
Holllster Lumber Co., coaF etc
CLAHS 5.
S W flshel, prisoners .............I a) 76
CLASS 10.
Anrhans, trustee Milo..-—..—
£B4Uen, consUble..^..^.--.^
"ntterlee, trustee Coffin'* Grove-.....
..'oods Adam*, clotted
&£00,altaw*d^,.,.~. —......
Jerry Mahoney, trustee Hazel Green
township-
Charles Praussner, trustee Richland town
ship!.
W Croskey, trustee Prairie township ...
A Luense, trustee Elk township
E Stanberrv, trustee Milo township
11 Hlgman, trustee Delaware towualilp
li Hogan, trustee Colony township....
AM Ilea, trustee
W Arnold, trustee North Fork 9 c)
John Werner, trustee North Fork 9 co
Brock, clerk Colony 00
Brooks, trustee South Fork 6 oo
Thompson, clerk Hazel Green 24 co
Jno Davis, trustee South Fork- 10 oo
E 8tone, trustee Delhi 0 t)
Morgan, constable CO
Daker, trustee Milo 2 00
Charles Correll, constable 4 95
Richard Honlahan, trustee Adams,
claim** |6.03. allowed 4 C'J
CLASS ll«
A W Maurer. judge Delaware 4 CO
John Hetherington, Judge Delaware ........ 4 00
Hlgman, Judge Delaware 4 oo
Luther Sly, clerk Delaware... 100
.. .. 4 co
3 00
00
5 00
5 DO
2 00
6 00
00
5 00
4 25
4 25
4 25
4 25
4 25
00
5 00
00
00
5 00
Coon
Rutherford, constable
James Currle, judge Eiirlvlllo
W Wood,
Werkmetster.
W Long.
Carpenter, clerk
KH Van Wagenen,
City of Earlvllle, rent..—
E Stansbery, judge Milo
Eldrldee.
HomerDaker,
James Bishop, clerk
S Banta,
AM Rett, Judge Colony
S Merten,
KB Hogan, .,
Brock, clerk
Geo Klaus,
Carrothers, judge Prairie 4 oo
WF Croskey,
OH Burhans,
W IJ Carrothers, clerk
Robert Barr,
W Keith, judge Union
Reuben Moulton, judge Union
W Thompson,
Brltt, clerk
A E File,
Van Fleet, judge Bremen
JohnDrexler,
Herman Kolker,
Fred Rubly, clerk
14
Wm Cousins,
Thomas Simons, judge Delhi
Phillips, Judge Delhi 4
0 Furman
A Boomer, Clerk Delhi
W Corbln,
W Robinson, Judge Adams
Woods,
Richard Houlahan
Wheeless, clerk Adams
John Houlahan,
Chas Preussner, judge Richland
Richard Smith,
W Mattlce.
E S Durham, clerk Richland
W Maglll,
Jerry Mahoney, judge Hazel Green
HT Hicks,
BAWoodard.
Thompson, clerk Hazel Green
David Chrystal,
Davis, judge Manchester 1st ward
E Smith,
Balcom, constable
Qrain-O! Qraln-O!
Remember that name when you want
a delicious, appetizing, nourishing food
drink to take the place of coffee. Sold
by all grocers and liked by all who
have used it. Grain-0 is made of pure
grain, it aids digestion and strengthens
the nerves. It is not a stimulant but
a health builder and the children as
well as the adults can drink it with
great benefit. Costs about as much
as coffee. 15c. and 25c. per package.
Ask your grocer for Grain-o.
FOK KENT.
Good live room house, Knqutro of
45tf MRB. E. W. GATELY.
¥Mm.
MANCHESTEK, IOWA, WEDNESDAY, NOVEMBER, 22, 1899. VOL. XXV--NO. 47.
office, he is declated elected, his term of
otlice to begin the first Monday in Jan
uary, 1900.
For tbe office of Member of the Board
of Supervisors there were thirty-three
hundred ninety-four [3394]
votes cast ot
which—
S. 1*. Carter received twenty hundred
sixty-nine 12069] votes.
John Bellly received thirteen hun
dred twenty-five [1325] votes.
.ijwsra, ST'Waa:
CR°OUPHI EVE® US^.®
BFMMX^Y
I icwh Milk Cow* For Sale.
I have two frov niltch Jcsov A. J. O. C.
cows for sMo. 'VOWJ .JOSKIMI HUVCIHNHON.
Quaker
Mill Co.
The ever
that it is the
v-.r/Vviv. 'v.
increasing demand for
QUAKER MILL FLOUR
is sufficient evidence
FAVORITE FLOUR
of the household.
Try it and you'll not deny it.
A QUAKER ON EVERY SACK.
Mill Co.
J. W. MILES. Prest. P. L.CROY,Cashier
B. F. MILES, Asst. Cashier.
K. R. ROBINSON 2d V. President,
H.<p></p>First
17". 78
57 HT
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wj
CLASS—VI.
B."W. Plshel, serving subpoena.
1 40
lo
it 7U
10 (.0
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25 (.11
10
10 0!)
3 35
Obas Branson, atty
W Tlrrlll, assignee livery hire forG J...
Fred Dooltttle, bailiff
L» Matthews, assignee Uvery hire for J..
HE Stetson
E Parkins, atty
A Ewlng, meals for Jury.~~~~
C. HAiBKRLB.lst
V.<p></p>National
1
President.
BANK,
MANCHESTER. IOWA.
CAPITAL.
$50,000
CAPITAL $60,000
-DIREOTORS—
Wm. O. Cawley.
W. Q. Kenyon
Edward p. seeds.-
Chas. J. Seeds.
H. F. Arnold.
R. W. Tlrrlll.
G. W. Dunham,
M. H. Wllllston
C. W. Keagy.
INTEREST PAID on Time Deposits.
Prompt attention given to all business. Pas
senger tickets
(rom and to all parts of Europe
direoi to Manchester, for sale.
JJONQ TIME Mortgage T^ANS
Made, Bought and Sold,
SAFETY DEPOSIT BOXES
For the storage of valuable papers,
etc. for rent.
4 oo
4 oo
4 00
4 00
4 50
4 50
4 50
4 50
4 50
4 50
4 GO
4 GO
4 r.0
4 50
3
3
8 75
8 75
a 75
5 00
5 00
5 00
5 00
5 00
4
4 2f
4 2.1
4
4 2.1
5 00
5 00
5 00
House
or
Henrv Hutchinson
Hutchinson's Building. Manchester, Iowa.
CAPITAL. $70.000
JOSEPH HUTCHINSON, Cashier.
COLLECTIONS
Froaaptly
DEPOSITS on Time, Interest Al
lowed and other deposits received.
DRAFTS sold on Now York, Chicago
and Dubuque also oil Great Britain and Ire
land and European Cities.
TICKETS sold to and from all European
ports via Cunard or AUON nr White Star
5 00
oo
5 00
5 00
5 00
5 00
5 00
1 50
5 00
5 00
5 00
5 00
5 00
5 00
1 25
5 0O
5 00
5 00
Fred Durey,
S Amsden, clerk Manchester 1st ward..
1IC Smith,
S A Steadman. Rent claimed $c.oo AU'd...
W Drew, judge Manchester 2nd ward ...
Prowse,
A Brown.
Armlstead, clork Manchester 2 ward
Robinson,
Allen, constable
A Alcorn, judge Honey Creek
Fishel,
Wendell,
Continued on Second Page.
Steamship Ltneft.
60 YEARS'
EXPERIENCE
PATENTS
DESIGNS
COPYRIGHTS AC.
Anyone tending a skctch and description may
aulckly Mcortntn our opinion free whether an
invention ta probably patentable. Communlca
tlotisirtrlctl* confidential. Handbook on Patents
sent froo. Oldest agency for socuring patent*.
i'ntmiis takeu throutch ilunn & Co. receive
tpecial notice, without charge, In the
Scientific American.
A handsomely Illustrated weekly. Largest clr.
cutatton of any sclentltlo journal. Terms, a
year four months, fL Sold by all newsdwlers.
MUNN&Co.36,Bfo"""'-New York
Branch Offioe 625 Bt. Washington. IX
F. P. PETERSON,
Manufacturer ot
wagons
And Repairer
For Farming Implements and Machinery
I°L
lieves and cures coughs, colds, croup,1 Shop on Frankllu Streot, near the bridge, with
aBtbma, pneumonia, bronchitis, grippe Ale* Sefatrom, in building lately ocoupled by
_,
for?
r,
General
Banking
Business
Transacted.
Interest Paid on Time Deposits.
SAFETY"DEP08iT BOXES
FOR RENT.
SZSECTORS.
R. R. Robinson,
.1 W. MUCH,
E. M. Carr,
U. A. Granger,
It. F. MIIBH,
4 00
1 40
6 CO
it 0
4 01'
4 10
00
Merten, trustee Colony township
Jno Hetherington, trustee Delaware
township.. 4 C3
Fred Durey. trustee Delawaretownshlp... 2 CD
E Wood, jr, ti iistee South Fork 11 00
W Maclll,clerk Rlchlaud townshln 'M co
Thomas Noonan, trustee North Fork, 9 uo
M. F. T.oRoy,
W. H. Noma,
M. Beehler,
A. H. Blake,
H. C. Haeberle,
F. J. Aivater.
COXK&SS2*OSTS3S£T,X8.
First National Bank. Dubuque, Iowa.
Central National Baok New York City.
Commercial National Rank. Chicago Ills,
2 00
4 00
U. CAW LEY,
President.
8 00
5 IK)
CHAS. J. SSEDS,
Cashier.
C. W. KEAGY.
R. W. TIRRILL,
Vice President.
Asst. Cashier.
DELAWARE COUNTY
State Bank
Another Carload
Also Louisville Cement kept on hand.
Stucco and Callolite Plaster, Plaster Hair.
Reproduction of
$5.98 SUIT
Other Styles are
Up to $0.00
1
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ttlje Democrat
RATES OP ADVERTISING,
•PAOB.
One inoh
Two Inches..
Three Inches.
Four Inehes.
Five Inches,
iv nr IM 3M
9100
1 AO
too
960
800
4 fiO
fiO
IS 00
One Column.
Space will uot allow us to particularize, but the
new goods make up a line that is
1
In
Copiplete ip Every particular
Now, before the stock is broken into, why not
come in and pick out such holiday furniture as
you may want, have it laid away and delivered
when called
YOU'RE NOT SO WARM
this kind of weather, are you? Why not purchase your heatinf
stove now? People have been buying coal! We are carrying
large line of heaters this year and have one that will suit YOU.
COME IN and look over our line of stoves.
A COMPLETE LINE OP HARDWARE.
J. J. HAWLEY.
JUST-RECEIVED
A large assortment of ladies' fine shoes ill kid and vesting
tops, lace and button. All the late styles to retail at
$2.50 S3.00
We will be pleased to show them to you.
KINNE & MADDEN.
Flour and all kinds of Feed,
Hay and Straw, Wheat
and Wheat Screenings.
MY FARM, of 240 acres, in Prairie Township for sale.
Call and see me before buy
ing elsewhere.
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928
3 00
876
4
60
900
18 00
noo
860
4 60
6 76
7 00
800
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86 00
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676
TOO
16 00
18 00
1600
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90 00
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125
•3yrAdverti—meatsordered discontinued bi:
fore exptraUon of ooatraet will be charged ac
vwwi| to abort
IMII.
Borises* audi, not exoe*dlng sis UMS, MM
per jwr.
BiutMuloms, tan ocnti perils* for the Ont
tnaertlon, and Cve oesta per line ror eacfa antxri
que»t InaerUon.
IT JYIAY BE TOO EAPLY
to talk about Christmas goods, but nevertheless
we have a lew suggestions to make. We are un
packing the finest—by far the finest—line of holi
day furniture ever shown in this part of Iowa.
a
You will then have a wider "J
assortment to choose from and be more certain of
getting exclusive styles. We will be glad to show
you this beautiful line of furniture at any time.
/lustip D. iBfowp.
of ATLAS PORT
LANDCEMENT
in a few days.
Maquoketa Lime,
Peter Boardway.
To Dress
Well
Visit the Clothlm
House of J. I,.
All the latest and finest
Novelties in
Men,
Boys' and
Children's
Clothing.
Shirts ...
In all new designs, and
Neckwear of every
description.
-jtf
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We Will Satisfy
Any
.taste in our large '-x
.selection
J.
A
Allen
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