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Gtlje democrat.
PUBLI8HED EVERY WEDNESDAY.
BftONSON. •. M. OAIM.
BRONSON & CARR.
Editors and Proprietors.
SUBSCRIPTION PRICE.
early. In advanoe
If not paid In advanoe
KM
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1
on
NOTICE.—On the slip of paper u,.
the name Is printed, appears the date to »Ulv
the paper Is paid for, and a renewal is always
respectfully solicited.
ALL
«f)/8
The writer's name roust accompany any artl»
le for publication, as an evidence of good faith
the editor*
DENTISTS.
O. A. DUNHAM. D.D.B.
TtBNTISTS. Offloe over Car hart 4 Adams'
VJ hardware store, Franklin St. Manchester,
C. W. DORMAN.
T\BNTIST.' Offloe on Franklin Street, north
mJ of the Globe Hotel. Manohester, Iowa.
Dental Surgery In all its branches. Makes
.requent visits to neighboring towns. Always
at offloe on Saturdays.
C. LEIGH. D.D.S.
eatlft. Offloe over Ander & Fhlllpp's Drug
Store Corner and Franklin streets,
Manchester Iowa. Telephone 186 I7tf
•8. E. NBWOOMB.
TvENTIST. Office over Clark ft Lawrtnce's
lj store on Franklin street. Crown
bridge work a specialty. Will meet patients at
Farley Wednesday of each week 82tf
VETERINARIAN.
DR. J. W. SCOTT,
VETERINARY Surgeon, and Dentist. Offloe
in H. O. Smith's Drug Store, Main St. At
night can be found at rooms over Ralph Con
ner's Store.
MANUPAOTURINQ.
^MANCHESTER MARBLE WORKS
IS
prepared to furnish Granite and Marble
Monuments and Head Stones of various de
tfijms. Have the oounty right for Slpe's Pat
ent Grave Cover also dealer In Iron Fences.
WU1 »eet all oompMltton.
W. N, BOTHTOH. J. F. MOKWM.
BOYNTON MoEWBN,
WATCHMAKERS, Jewelers and Engravers
W dealers in Watohes, Clooks, Silver and
plated Ware, Fine Jewelry, Spectacles, cutlery,
Musical Instruments, eto.. Main street.
otto
»a.
OUR
HIGH
GRADE
[LACK arid TAN
13.00 SHOES for
Men go at
$2.65
MEN'S COLT SKIN
SOFT and TOUGH Leather,
only
rianches
ter, Iowa
Si 90
SBOSSFIELKiBOS.
Our Business Directory.
ATTORNEYS.
O. W. DURHAM. B. B.'STILBS H. HORBXS,
DUNHAM, NORRIS STILES.
ATTORNEYS AT LAW AND NOTARIES
a
Public. Special attention given to Collec
itlons Insuranoe, Real Estate and Loan Agts.
.'Dffloe In City Hall Blook, Manchester, la.
C. YOEAJI, H, F. ABVOLD. M. J, YOBAJf
YORAN. ARNOLD YORAN
ATTORNEYS AT LAW. and Real Esute
Agents. Offloe over Delaware County State
Bank, Manchester, Iowa.
C. E. Bboitbok. Ifl. M, OAHB.
BRONSON CARR.
ATTORNEYS AT LAW. Special attention
riven to collections. Office In Democrat
Building, Franklin Street, Manchester, Iowa.
PR8D BLAIR.
ATTORNEY AT LAW. Office In the City Hall
*X Blook, Manchester, Iowa.
PHYSICIANS.
A, J.'WARD,
PHYSICIAN and Suftran. will attend to calls
IT promptly at all hours of the day or night,
!*mont, Iowa.
H. H. LAWHBNCB.
pHYSlOUN A10 SURGEON SpfOlal aV
AT tentlon given diseases of dfiildren. Have
iolso made a speolal study of Oyneooology,
rObatetrlcs, .and Reotal Diseases. AUohromo
diseases successfully treated with the aid of
•various Thermal and Massage treatment. All
chronica solloited. Consultation free. Offloe
4ver Work's market All calls promptly at
tended. Resldenoe on Main street, the old Dr.
jKelsey property.
Eimuuu at thx Ponorncn at
Mahohbster. Iowa, as Secohd-Clasb Matter.
SHOES,
at
WE FIT THE FEET
GEO. S LI8TER.
tJARDWARE, STOVESI TINWARE, ETC.
Keeps a flrst-olasa Utmet and does all
kinds or repairing with neatness and dlspatoh.
Store opposite First National Bank. Main St.
THOS. T. CARKBBKt
A RCHITECT AND BUILDING SUPERIN
A TENOENT. S. E. Oor. 8th and Mains",
Dubuque, Iowa
WM. DENNIS.
nARPENTER, CONTRACTOR BUILDER.
I am now prepared to do all work In my
Uneln a good and workmanlike manner. Satis
faction guaranteed. Plans and ertlmates fur
nished. Work taken In town or eonntiy. Shop
near the stand tower on West Side of
DealersRHIL1PP
MoINa
A. D. BROWN.
furniture eto., and undertaker,
saler In
Main Street.
P. WBRKMBISTBR.
riENEBAL DEALER IN FURNITURE,
IX Coffins. Picture Frames, Eto. A complete
1 slock of Furniture and Upholstery always on
hand, at pr.oes that defy competition. A good
Hearse kept for attendance at funerals. Earl
.-vllle, Iowa.
J.H.ALLEN.
/CLOTHING and Gents furnishing goods. Coi
Vj ner Main and Franldln streets.
L. R. STOUT.
rn LOTHING and Gents furnishing goods,
city HaU Block, Franklin Street.
KIDDBLL CO.
ts, MlUlne ..
Shoes, etc,, Main St.,
daps, Bool
T\KY GOODS, Carpets, Millinery, Hats and
Is daps. Boots ana SI
Manchester, Iowa.
A. THORPB.
ter, Iowa
GRAS8PIBLO BROS..
(Successors to Beth, Brown.)
J. J. HAWLBY.
TVEALER IN HARDWARE. Stoves, Tic
ware, ete Manohesterlowa'
A L. S BVBRTSQN.
IrriHB ARTISTIC TAILOR. Shop in Ma
sonic block, Manchester Iewa.
HOLLISTER LUMBER CO.
TIMBER and all kinds of building materials,
Xj Posts and Coal. Corner of Delaware and
Madison streets
MXTftCfHlBSTHrttrMBES CO.
rlTer.
B. S. COWLBS.
P.WY DBAYXAN. Am -prepared to 40 all
?k la my line. Moving household foods
and pianos specialty. All work wlU moetve
prompt attention. A share of yoer patraaage la
solloited. Oharges right: Give your draylnc
to a man who has eome to stay.
CLARK LAWRENCE.
n*Y GftODS, Notions Carprts, Genta tnt/
nlshln* goods, eto. Franldln street.
QUAKBKMILLCO. tk
1?U)UB and-'Feed, Mannfaoturera of the^cmle
brated White Satin and White Pearl Dlonr.
GRBQQ WARD.
Ttrugglsts and dealers In Paints, Oils, Wall
JJ Paper, Stationery to. Atwater's blook,
ankllh street.
W. A. ABBOTT.
T\RUGS, Wall paper, Stationery. Paints, Oils
-LS eto. City hall blook.
a ANDERS.
in Drugs, Wall Paper, Stationery,
Paints, Oils, eto. Corner of Main and
Franklin streets.
PETER BOARDWAY.
Dealer
In Sour, feed, bay, straw. Maquoketa
lime, stucco and oommon and AUas
cement.
Telephone lis. Lower Franklin Street.
RAOKET STORE.
TtRY GOODS, Clothing, Hats, Gaps. Boots,
Shoes, notions, eto. West side Franklin
street south of Main.
NOBLE ARNOLD.
GROCERIES, Provisions, Fruits, eto. First
v* door north of Delaware Oounty Bank.
PETERSON BROS.
Dealers in Groceries, Provisions, Crockery.
Fruits, eto. Main Street.
T. P. MOONBY.
(Suocessor to Lee Bowman.)
IBBf""" Delhi,
"DLACKoMITH and Wogonmaker,
Iowa. Work done promptly and In a work
manlike manner. Charges reasonable. Your
patronage solicited. tMf
C.E. PRATT.,
PAINTINGto
AND PAPER HANGING,
prepared do paper hanginr
on snort notice. In town or counf
VU OWHI UUilvQi 111 HIWU ur uuuuu
estimates on all work in my line,
at H. C. Smith's drug store
J. M. PEAR8E.
JUSTICE
^sS
THOMAS GIVBN,
Contractor
and builder. Jobs taken in town
or oountry. Estimates furnished. First
class work guaranteed. Prioes reasonable.
Shop on Howard street near Franklin, Man
ekester, Iowa. 9btf
OF THE PEACE AND COLLECT
OR. All business entrusted to him given
Office in City Hall block.
prompt attention,
second floor.
The Best Offer Of The Tear
is that made by Frank Leslie's Popular
Monthly, justly termed "the monarch
of the 10 cent magazines." For a limit
ed period, this famous and popular
magazine, now tl.00 a year, wfll send
free with each yearly subscription, the
beautiful "Little SweetbeartB" Calen
dar, This calendar is in six groups of
water-color designs by Frances Brund
age, the famous painter of children,
each group in twelve colors, size 10x12%
inches, on fine Whatman paper, tied at
top with a silk ribbon each sheet con
tains two months' dates—thus being a
complete calendar for 1900. Frank
Leslie's Popular Monthly, edited by
Mrs. Frank Leslie, now publishes the
beet literature and illustrations that
money and energy can obtain, from
Buch authors and artists as Rudyard
Kipling, William Dean Howells, A.
Conan Doyle, Frank R. Stockton, Mary
E. Wilkins, Stephen Crane, Ruth Mc
Enery Stuart, S. H. Crockett, F. Hop
kinson Smith, Joel Chandler Harris,
Bret Harte, "Josiah Allen's Wife,"
Henry James, Will Carleton, Edgar
Fawcett and Rev, Henry van Dyke, A.
U. Wenzell, H. Chandler Christy, F.
Luis Mora, W- Granville Smith, Clif
ford Carleton, F. W. Read, Ch, Grun
wald and others. Prospectus for 1900
and a pretty folder in colors sent free
for the asking. Specimen copy for
three 2 cent stampB. Frank Leslie
Publishing House, 141-143 Fifth Ave,
N. Y. 48tf
The New Blackmilh
on South Franklin Street, does
HORSESHOING and GEN
ERAL Repair Woik, guar
anteeing satisfaction. Experi
enced workmen.
HARRISON & SMITH
AnU have brains larger Id proportion
to the size of their bodies than any
other living creature.
There is said to be more exertion
uBed in running two hundred yards
than in riding a bicycle four mileB.
The bottom of the Pacific, between
California and Hawaii, is said to be so
level that a railroad could be laid 500
miles without altering the grade, This
remarkable fact was discovered by the
United States survey vessels.
The Sun, of Fulton, Mo., in discuss
ing the recent increase in the price of
print paper, says "that the raise makes
a difference of 8820a year in the amount
of paper which they consume, and that
if that amount is taken out of the busi
ness that it means to them a 1obbm in
stead, of a small profit." Down with
the trusts and their aider and abettor,
the protective tariff..
Lieutenant Uillmore, who has had
ample opportunity, during his long
captivity, to learn the feeling of the
Filppinos, expresses the opinion that
"the insurrection will last as long as
there arq any Tagalos left." And. the
fighting at imus, only eight miles fram
Manila, resulting in twenty-three
Americans killed and wounded, with
an estimated Filipino loss of 140 kill
ed and wounded, septus to corroborate
the lieutenant's opinion.—Grand Rapids
Democrat.
Between the wheelmen and the farm
er, it ought to be possible to make the
question of national highway improve
ments a very live issue. Plenty of sub
jects which are petty and absurd by
contrast have won much attention in
congress. It is time that the improve
ment of public highways had
its share of the interest centered upon
queer canal schemes and the Improve
ment of dubious little rivers which can
never have any commerce worthy of the
name.—Cleveland Leader.
Where the roadbed, is made high for
the purpose of keeping it dry, it is us
ually in winter blown clear of snow
and therefore freezes very deeply, mak
ing all the gi^ter. depth of mod for the
fwll that has been piled up. The only
effectual remedy for this is an under
{drain the length of the roadbed, with
tide drains into the open ditches at the
low places. If this weredone, the sur
plus water would be drawn from the
roadbed, bo that, even if exposed to
if r«at, the soil would not degenerate In
to mud. With the roadbed thus under
drained, lew than half the stone and
and gravel sow required for road mak
ing would be needed.—MttHon' Regis
ter.
A well known Philadelphia physician
has discovered a new disease, He calls
It .nervous prosperity, and while closely
resembling nervous proatration, it is
superinduced by directly opposite
causes
"Nervous prostration," he explained,
"is usually caused by woiry over finan
cial matters. The man who is unsuc
cessful, whose hopes have been blight
ed, and whose fondest hopes have been
trailed in the dust ot defeat, is the man
who succumbs to nervous prostration.
On the other hand the sufferer from
nervous prosperity is the man whose
head has been turned by success, or, In
other words, the man who cannot stand
prosperity."
Subsidize us, is the main cry at the
presert session of congress, Of court*
all sorts of subtle devices will be used,
but the trusts figure that they have to
Pfty big subsidies tp. the republican
campaign fund and they had better get
value received at this session of con
gress, because who knows but,,the peo
ple will elect to have the democratic
party represent them next year? The
trusts will insist, that the republican
party grab everything in sight for them.
No other Bort of legislation will begin
to receive the attention that this class
will. T£e, Philippines can wait, ihe
the Nicaraugua canal can be delayed,
financial legislation can be tinkered
along, but the trusts must have their
BubBidies.—Press Bulletin,
Bryan's Chances.
That William ,1. Brian's chances, for
election to the presidency in 1900 at*
excellent cannot be doubted, .although
the republicans are boasting that Mc
Kinley has a "sure thing."
It is a significant .fact that 34,000
votes cast in the right states in 1896 for
Bryan would have made him president.,
A slight change of ballots in four
southern and two northern sUtes would
have defeated Mckinley. This being
the case, the present incumbent of the
White House is far from having a
"sure thing."
Bryan secured one of the Kentucky
electors and McKlnley got the other
twelve by a plurality not .exceeding 881
votes. The other three 'states of the
south were carried by McKinley by a
plurality vote of 3,837 in Delaware, 11,
487 in West Virginia, and 32,232 in
Maryland. California gave McEsbifey
eight out of the seventeen electoral
votes by a plurality of only 1,925, while
Indiana gave the republican candidate
aplurality of 18,181.
This makes a total of about 34,000,
which changed for Bryan would have
made him president.
Circumstances have changed greatly
in Bryan's favor since 1896. The re
publicans have, .made blupilers, have
broken faith And. are on the. defensive.
Imperialism has become an issue the
trusts have aroused vast hostility
amqng the people, Qne^clat panics are
threatening through republican mis
management. Mckinley represents the
millionaires and th$ aristocrats. Bryan
represents the people therefore his
phjraoes for election In 1900 are bright
and the Moktalex,.,"sore thing" i* be'
oomlng1 an'empty boast.—Chicago IM*
patch.
RECITES A NEW "CONFESSIONAL."
Howard 3. Taylor's Poem Follows the Style
of Hail yard Kipling.
"Confessional" was the title of the
original poem recited at the Bryan
League in Chicago, Saturday night by
Dr. Uoward S. Taylor, who evidently
wiBhed it known that he took Kipley's
"Recessional,, for his model. The linee
run as follows:
God of our sires who hither tied
Across a strange and stormy sea,
Who suffered exile, tolled and bled
To make themselves and children free,
Uod of the pilgrims, smite us notl
We have forgot) We have forgot!
How runs the story Fsraway
We hear the epoch-opening gun
Fired by our mln\Ue men at bay
Upon the green at Lexington!
But, far and faint, we heed it not
—Lord God of Hosts, We have forgot!
The bill of rlgbts our fathers signed
And sealed with shot and saber.stroke.
Their Just appeal to all mankind,
Their prayers sent up tbrongh battle smoke.
Their faith humane, without a blot.
Lord Christ, forgive!—we have forgot!
Ah! If, where sun-set Islands Ue,
Thy brave, brown men their blood shall spill.
Shall strike for liberty and die,
Slain by the heirs of Bunker Hill,
Thou wilt remember! wilt thou not?. Zi
Though we. thy people, have forgot!
We have forgot!^ A Roman lust
Profanes our ancient, holy things
Wetramplejustlcelnthedust
We have the rabies of the kings!
—The scarlet rage of gun and sword!
Have mercy on thy people. Lord!
Amen!
The recital pleased the audience,
which applauded vigoroiuly.
TREASURER S STATEMENT.
Treasurer of Delaware County in Ac
count with Cash.
mm
COUNTY FUND.
1899. oa.
June 1.
To balance ft 7518 88
tax collected 8517 82
interest collected.. 187 93
Rec'd from Co Clk. 1861 70
Rec'd from Co And U6 88
Trans, from dog Fd 998 88
Pub. and other fees 60 80
Dec. 81 By paid warrants to
June 1. To balance
tax collected.......
Interest collected..
Dec. 80. By j»aid State Tr. to
tracsfeV'd 'to tern.
l« school fond........
14080 85
87 88
4887 88
refunded
By cash on band...
$ 18718
180 00
8887.04
74 88
Rec'd from Co Aud
saleot laws
By cash on hand...
$ 6147 98 $ 6447 99
SCHOOL FUND.
June 1. To balance $ 884 40
tax collected 1949 07
Interest collected.. 88 89
$ 88S9 45 $ 5fl£i 46
SCHOOL noun FUND. ri
June l.To balance..., $ 488 91
tax collected 8040 28
Interest collected.. 80 88
Dec. 80. By paid school treas
urer to date $ 8848 78
By cash on hand... 850 79
$ 8499 51 $ 3499 51
CONT1NQXNT FUND.
June 1. To balance.... $ 950 08
tax collected..
interest....
Dec, 80. By paid school treas
urer to date $
4698 86
54 75
6459 60
844 04
By cash on hand...
$ 5708 64
$ 5708 61
TKACHIHS' FUND
June 1. To balance ft 8185 86
tax collected 14827 .87
interest 167 50
Dec. 80. By paid school treas
urer to date $
By cash on hand...
18817 81
1404 01
917681 88 $ 17681 88
APPROPBIATION FUND.
June 1, To balance 704 85. ..
apportioned by Audi. 80G9 81
transferred from tem. •t'u-•••
school fond 990 19
Dec. 80. By paid school treas
urertodate
By cash on hand...
June 1. To balanoe ..ft 5070 67
tax collected* 8898 14
c. interest collected.. 46 81
tf
rec'd from Auditor 8 01
transPd from poor
Board Sup 1600 06
fund by
Dec. 80. By paid warrants to
date
By cash on hand...
June 1. To balance $
tax collected.
interest oollected..
rec'd from Auditor
Dec. 80. By paid warrants to
date
transfredby Board
$ 9888 79 $ 9883 79
POOB APPROPRIATION FUND.
Jane 1. To trans'd by board
Sup. from poor fnd
amount overdrawn.
Dec. 80. B^ pald warrants to
1800. OU*
100 CO
$1400 00
$ 1400 03 $140000
INSTITUTE FUND.
June l.To balance $ 46 01
rec'd Co. Supt 289 00
Dec 80. By paid warrants..
By cash
cash on hand..
June 1. To balance $
tax collected
Dec. 80 By transTred by board
supervisors to Co
--fnnd to date
-•-•v-.'By cash on hand...
$"~Kff4 82 $~
$ 8887 90 $ 8887 90
LIBRARY FUND.
June 1. To balance $ 1 90
tax collected 888 78
interest.. 8 80
Dec. 30. By paid city treas...
June 1. To balance.... $ .8 80
tax collected
Interest.........
Dec. 80. By paid city treas...
447 48
4 68
By cash on hand.,.
FIRKKIN'S
FUND.
June 1.
To balance $ 1 90
tax collected 883 78
Interest 8 80
Dec. 80. By paid city treas... $
By cash on hand... 865
$ 287 98 $ 887 98
KABLVILLS CORPORATION FUND.
June 1. To balance $ 6 81
tax collected 866 18
Interest 8 94
Dec. 80, By paid city, treas.. $
By cash on hand...
MANCHESTER, IOWA. WEDNESDAY, JANUARY, 17, 1900. VOL. XXVI-NO 3.
ORIBLXT OOKFOIUTION FUND.
June t. To bslance $ 46
taxcotlected 4101
Interest collected.. 66
Dec. 80, Bjr pa 111 city treas...
By cash on hand..
$ 42 16 $
UOPKIMTON CORPORATION FUND.
Jane 1. To balance $ 31 98
tax coliccted,
Interest
Dec. 80. By paid city treas..
396 28
4 58
By cash on hand.
v::
June 1. To balance $
tax collected
interest
Dec. 80. By paid city treas...
ly caehon hand..
SPXCUL POOR FUND.
June 1. To balance $ 78 07
57
received from Co.
Auditor
tran^f'red by board
super, from poor fd
Dec. 80. By paid warrants...
By cash on hand...
Approp. Fund
Bycasnon hand....
188 60
45 75
$ 8784 85 $ 8784 85
BBlDfll FUND.
Balances
6680 96
Tin,
85 11
94 10
$ 8157 56
1600 00
Sup. bridge fund...
transfrea by Board
Sup. poor approp'te
tranarred by Board
Sup. special poor ff
By cask on hand...
ITS 04 $ 8tS 04
$ 100 00
28247 63
2
3847 58 $ 82847 (3
Permanent School fund. $
Temporaijr School fund
Dec. 90. By cash on hand..
202 07
454 57
And, unless you appear and make objections
lereto on or before noon of the second day of
»ae February term, 1900. of said court, which
wlU convene and be hela at Blanches ter, said
county, oh the 12th day of February, 1900 said
estate will be adiudgea settled, said report ap
proved, and said executors and their sureties be
released and discharged.
48 01
827 00
I
875 01 $ 875 01
DOO FUND.
996 83
78 00
XANCUESTKR CORPORATION FUND.
June 1. To balance.... 4 _J$ W
tax collected
Interest
Dec.t
8844 85
83 06
i. By paid city treas...
By cash on hand...
$ 8856 10
BRONSON & CARR.
8 w4 Attorneys for Estate
There iB a Glass of People
bo are injured by tbe use of coffee,
jcently there has ^been placed in all
the grocery stores 4 new preparation
callea GRAIN-O, made of pure grains,
that takes tbe place of coffee. It does
not cost, over as much. Children
inay drink it tn neat benefit. IScta,
ana 85 els. per package. Try it. Ask
for GRAIN-O.
Boraet Wanted.
A few good horses for eastern markets, must
be sound and in good condition. Enquire at my
ptat* on Union street in Manohester.
89tf T. W. ROB1KSON
Only Tour of -':i
All Mexico
886 87
8 65
By cash on hand...
$ 287 98 $ *887 98
eXNKlNO FUND.
'jUPullman's finest Compartment, Draw.
Vm Boom, Library, Observation and
Dining Cars—all vestibuled—'with the
ralebrated
450 54
5 81
466 86 $ 466 8S
OPEN TOP CAB, "OHXLILITLl1
Longest tour ever offered—longer in
Mexico, longer in City of Mexico, long
er ip tropics, Only tour to ruined cities
Special trains start January 23 and
March 6. Tickets Include all expenses
everywhere.
Under escort of the
American Tourist Association,
1428 Marquetto Building, Chicago.
Beau Campbell, General'Manager,
For maps, books of the tour, tickets,
etc., ctll on agents of the ehicago, Mil-
867 89
7 78
'wiwW'4b
StPaul By. .., iwfi.
New Edition of Oopp's Settlers Guide
The twenty-first edition of Copp's
Settler's Guide,a popular exposition
of our public land system, ie before us.
It is edited by Henry N. Copp, of
Washington, D. C., the well known land
attorney. Its price iB only 25 cents.
Mr. Copp desires the addresses of all
union soldiers who made homestead en
tries before June 1874, of less than 160
acres. He has a matter of interest for
their consideration.
352 44
10 20
$ 882 78 $
COLXSBUBO COIIPOHATXON FUND.
111 18
Quaker'
Mill Co.
08 71
i!0 9C
$ 114 67 $ 114 07
149 07
37 in-
$ 1B7 64 $ 187
STATX UNIVERSITY FUNB.
June 1. To balance $ 4 07
tax collected 104 91
Interest 3 85
Dec. 80. By paid state treas.. $ 107 60
June 1. To balance
tax collected 46 18
Dec. 80. By piald school treas $
By cash on hand...
By cash on hand...
't
The ever
By cash on hand... 3 78
$ 901 88 $ 201 38
BPXCI4L LIBRARY.
To balance $ 44
June
tax collected
Dec. 80. By paid school treas
By cash on hand...
8 50
$ 8W $
SCHOOL QOUSX ROAD FUND.
increasing demand for
QUAKER MILL FLOUR
is sufficient evidence
that it is the
85 81
12 46
$"""48 27
TOWN BALL FUND.
June 1. To balance $ 19 18
tax collected
Dec. 80. By paid twp clerk...
51 04
AV0RITE FLOUR
of the household.
62 20
7 97
$ 70 17 $ 70 17
SBWER IfJND.
June 1. To balance $
tax collected
interest
Dee. 80. By paid city treas,..
96
111 85
1 17
Try it and you'll not deny it.:••rfi
A QUAKER ON EVERY SACK.
112 64
1 83
By cash on hand...
$ 113 97 $ 113 97
1H&ANK FUND.
one 1. To balance $ 159 13
tax oollected
!rom Co. Audt
interest.
rec'd1 In
1864 84
16 88
72 00
Dec. SO. By paid state treas..
By cash on hand.,
1585 75
SOUHSBS' BSLtXr VUND.
June 1. To balance $
tax collected..
Interest
By paid Com'rs
$18715 89 Dec. 80.
STATS FUND.
584 70
7 01
By cash on hand...
$ 162 08
$
182 08 $182 08
unded..
Quaker
Mill Co.
26 10
$ 1611 75 $ 1611 7b
835 92
67
9 1483 59 $ 1482 59
HBALTH FUND.
Janel.Tobalance.... $ lis 66
tax collected 68 43
Dec, SO. By cash on band....
MILES. Prest. M. F. LSROY, Cashier
I II. F. MILES, Asst. Cashier.
-•£CR. Robinson 2d V. President,
H. C. HAXBBRLl.lBt V, President.
First National
1
BOAD FUND.
June 1. To bslance $ 1159 15
tax collected 42181
Dec. ,80. By paid twp. clerks.
refund"'
ps-
515 11
12 07
1052 88
By cash on hand....

Rec'd from j. p. fine 98 80
Rec. from Co. Clerk
line 900 00
1580 06 $ 1580 96
COUNTY BOAD FUND.
JtmeLTobalan.ee.. $ 10515 98
Ux collected 1949 29
ioni'Co.'Audt
cash on hand.
14 00
$ 4899 47
7643 14
$ 12508 61 $ 12602 61
RMCAPITULATION OF BALANCES.
Dec. 80. County fund $ 4657 22
State fund
School fund
119 80
590 14
250 79
244 01
1401 01
45 75
1309 82
8726 28
827 00
78 00
29 80
2 65
5 81
2 65
7 75
81
10 29
20 96
37 97
3 73
68
12 46
7 97
1 83
26 10
646 67
182 08
1062 88
7648 14
School house fund...
Contingent fund
Teachers' fond
Apportionment fnnd
Bridge fund
Poor fund
Institute fund
Dog fund
Manchester Cor, fd.
Library fund
Sinking fond
Firemen's fund
Karl vllle Cor. fund..
Greeley Cor. fund...
Hopklnton Cor. fund
Coleeburg Cor. fund.
Special Poor fund...
State University fd..
Special Library fund
School houae road fd
Town hall fund
Sewer fund..........
Insane fund
Soldiers' Relief fund
Health fund
Road fund
County road fund...
By Over Ptid Poor
BANK.
MANCHESTER. IOWA.
APTAL. $50,000
General
Banking
Business T»ns»t«i.
Interest Paid on Tint Deposits.
SAFETY DEPOSIT BOXES
FOR RENT.
U. tt Koblnson,
W. Miles,
M. Carr,
H. A. Granger,
B. F. Miles,
M. F. LeRoy,
W. H. Noma,
M. Beehler,
A. H. Blake,
H. C. Eaeberle,
F. J. Atwater.
First National Bank, Dubuque, Iowa.
Central National Bank New York City.
Commercial National Bank. Chicago, Ilia.
WM. C. CAWLEY,
President.
R. W. TIRRILL,
I**.
656 64
666 64 $ 656 64
22347 08
654 64
Grand Total... $ 22U02 17
L. MATTHEWS, County Treasurer.
9813 81
1809 88
$ 10688 68 $10688 63
POOR FUND.
In the Distrlot.Conrt of Iowa, in and for Dela
ware County, December Term, A.D.
1900.
In the matter of the es-)
tate of Sarah Mal-VNottoe of Final Re-
Deoeased. port.
To.Jane Cloud, Elizabeth Carpenter, Wm. 11,
rnalvtn, B. T. Malvln, Sadie Bell Malvin, Sam
uel 8. Malvln, Marion C. Malvln. Chas.
Malvln, Phillip 8. Malvln. Ann Skinner,
Azenlth Skinner. John Skinner, and all others
whom It may ooncera:
You and eaen of yon are hereby
^ere is now on file in the office of the clerk of
he District Court of Delaware^ounty.Iowa, the
inol report of Wm. H, Malvln and Samuel S.
Malvln as executors of the estate of Sarah Mal
vln. late.of said Delaware oounty, deceased,
which reoort states that said estate has been
fully settled and asks for the approval of the
same and that the said executors and their sure
ties be discharged and released.
100 C3
8786
CHAS. J. SHEDS,
Cashier.
C. W. KEAGY.
Vloe President.
DELAWARE COUNTY
Asst. Cashier.
State Bank
CAPTAL $60,000
-DIRIOTOWS-
Wm. C. Cawley.
W. G. Kenyon.
Edward P. Seeds.
Chas. J. Seeds.
H. F. Arnold.
R. W. Tirrill.
G. W. Dunham,
M. H. WllUston
C. W. Keagy.
INTEREST PAID on Time Deposits.
Prompt attention given to all business. Pas
senger tickets from and to all parts of Europe
dlreet to Manchester, for sale.
T.onq Time Mortgage T,oans
Hade, Bought and Sold.
SAFETY DEPOSIT BOXES
7: For the storage of valuable papers,
etc. for rent.
Banking
House
Henrv Hutchinson
Hutchinson's Building, Manchester, Iowa.
CAPITAL. $70.000
JOSEPH HUTCHINSON, Oaahier.
COLLECTIONS
Froco-ptly
DEPOSITS
on Time, Interest A1
lowed and other deposits reoelved.
DRAFTS
sold on New York, Chicago
and Dubuque also on Great Britain and Ire
land and European Cities.
TIOKET8 sold to and from all European
ports via Cunard or Allep or White Star
Steamship Lines.
C0TSW0LD8.
Flock headed by IMPORT
ED BAMS. A nice lot of
brooding ewes and a dozen
ram lambs FOB SALE.
Eight hundred head to se
lect from.
W. J. STRAIN & SONS
Masonville, la.
WE ARE
still offering goods at the old prices, and will continue to do
so as long as our present stock lasts but owing to the sharp
advance in furniture the first of the year we will be unable to
offer such prices after we have disposed of the stock we now
have on hand. In (act, we were particularly
FORTUNATE
in placing our last orders before the January rise and intend
giving our customers the benefit.
A Special Drive in Couches! We are selling LOTS of
them. When you see our selection and the prices you'll not
wonder
WHY?
AUSTIN D. BROWN
Shoe Your Babies
wilh our sewed
shoes.
You can choe your babies with the neatest things
in soit sole shoes if you will let us show you our
stock in this line. We have them in White, Blue,
Pink, Tan and'Black. In satin or leather, w^th or
without fur trimming and $ned orunlined.
Call in and look them over. We are always pleased
to show our goods.
Kinne & Madden
Another Carload
Reproduction cf the
$5.98 SUIT
Other Styles are Hera
Up to $0.00.
Also Louisville Cement kept,on hand. Maquoketa Lime,
Stucco and Callolite Plaster, Plaster Hair.
Flour and all kinds of Feed,
Hay and Straw, Wheat
and Wheat Screenings.
ifcawct#.
RATES OF ADVERTISING
SPACE.
Oneifcoh
TwoMiohes..
ThrefVnches.
Four inches..
Five Inches.,
IV Iw lM 8M
•4 60
6T5
ir
•100
1 fio
100
960
805
460
60
U00
•1 60
*n
3 00
871
4 60
60
900
8 00
•3 60
3 90
4 60
71
709
8 00
18 00
t5U0
Si so
900
:soo
I8 60
90 00
40 00
wot
$KHtt
16 00
90 00
96 00
80 00
00
00
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CK)
1Q 00
IS®
S3
BOOB
Column.,.,
tt Column,...
One Column.
AdvirtiimMBU ortertO dOoontl nued Do
foreexpirntionof ooa tract will be ebai«e4 ao
eoraingtoaboveMatol
BusIbom oards, Mt siwmiit six um,
per yew.
Baelneas Wmls, tn oente per Mmfm tie ftnt
laaenloa, and five oehta per line
for eaeh subes
tuent Insertion.
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LAND^EMENT
I in a few days.
'401
MY FARM, of 340 acres, in Prairie Towndilp for afe.
Call and see me beiore buy
ing elsewhere.
Peter Board way.
To Dress
Well
Visit the Clothing
Houae of J. H. Allen 2
All the latest and finest
Novelties in
Men,
Boys' and
Children's
Clothing.
Shirts
A
In all new designs, and
Neckwear of every
description.
We Will Satisfy
Any
taste in our large
selection
J. H.
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