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O. W. DtTHHAM. K, B. STILUS.' W. H, NOKKIB
DUNHAM, NORRtS ft UTILES.
-X TTORNEYS AT LAW AND NOTAUIES
n. Public, Special attention given to Collec
tions Insurance, Beal Estate and Loan AgtB.
DR^oo In City Hall Block. Manchester, la.
Yo&ur. E. F. Abkold. M.J, YoitAN
YOB AN. ARNOLD ftYORAN
EY.S AT LAW. and Heal Estate
Offloe over Delaware County
•C.E.BrOKSOK. K.^M, Cahr.
ATTORNEYS AT LAW. Special attention
given collections. Office In. Democrat
BoUdvy, FranUln-Strtseu Mailohettter, lowa.
^rr. A TTOJtNEY'AT LAW. Office In UieatyllaU
urw^ Btock,Manohesteti iowa^vi-^-'.-: .':.
fe4 A. J. WARD.
ypn- LiHYSiOIAN and Surgeon, will atidnd to calls
X\. promptly at all hours of the day or- night,
J. J. LINDSAY. M.D.,
DUY81C1AN, surgeon and E9e*fipeciallst.
Jtr Offlcehoura (or uyo vSihus anq HIQUk Rlusbes
l:Wtoft:00 p. ni. Office comer Main ufia rank
"DHYSiOllK AND SUHQKON. Speolal at
A teatlon given diseases of ohUdren. Have
made a special study of Gyneooologi,
.^ ,s, Ob6V trtcsl ahd Bectal Dteeuaes All chronic
O. A. DUNHAM D. D. ».
I'i^rkKNTiaaS, QBUse over Carhart A Adams'
hardware-store, Itankiln bt. Uancheetor,
C. W. DOBMAN,
I \ENTIST. Offloe on Franklin Street, north
of the Globe Hotel, /Manohoetor, Iowa.
Uental Surgery In all its branohes. Make*
requent visits to nelghborinr towns. Always
at office on Saturday*.
CX. LEIGH. D. D.S.
Office over Auder & Philipp's Drug
Store Corner Aaln and FranKQii streets,
Manofceflfcer Iowa. Telephone 185. I7tt
H. e. NSWOOMB,
Office over Clark & Lawrence's
store rhmkiln street. Crown
r. orldge work specialty. Will meet patients at
^Farley Wednesday of each week. 8ttf
DR. J.-W. SUOTT,
"XTBTEllINARYSurgeon, and Dentist. Offloe
V' in H» C. Smith's Drug Store, Main St. At
alffht 6an be found at rooms over Kalph Con*
ANOHBSTBR MARBL6 WpRKB
IS-oreDarod to-furnish Granite and Marble
i. Monuments and Head Stones of ^various de*
sighs. Have the oounty right for Slpe's Pat*
Grave Cover also dealer in Iron Fenoes.
meet all oompetltion^
N. BOktohI J. F. MCEW»N.
rtTATOHMAKERS, Jewelers and Engravers
W dealers in Watches, Clocks. Sliver and
Plated Ware, Fine Jewelry
Husioal Instruments, etc., Main street.
furniture etc., and
P. WbRKMEIS BR
r* ENEBAL DBALEK IN FURNITURE,
UT Coffins. Picture Frames, Etc. A oomplete
stookof Furniture and Upholstery always on
hand, at prices that defy competition. A good.
Hearse kept for attendance at funerals. Ei
^BINO and'Gents furtibhlng
ner and .FronkltU streuts.
rvRT GOODS, Carpcta, Millinery, Bats and
LI o»ps, Boots and Shoes, etc.. Main St.,
T\RY GOODS Clothing. Hau, Caps,
naui onyot -Boots
West side Franklin
Shoes, notions, eto. ™*at
street south of MaUi.
ROPRIETORS OF KALAMITY'8 FI.UN
Jer StoreTna Dealer In Clotliintt. Boots,
Notlqn^^ete. Masonic Bloik Manches
OBASBPIELO BROS VP
(successors to Belli Brown.)
,uum SHOES of ali'gmdes and prices,
uuilom Worn and l-cimlilng given, speolal
•atteutlou. more In City Hall Block.
GEO. 8 LISTER.
ENTKRKD AT TJ1B POSTOFMC* AT I
MAN0HB8TBB. IOWA, AS SKCONV-ObAIM MATTER,
WE HAVE EVER MADE.
our Stpre free from
stock by clos
ing out at the pnd of each sestson all goods re-
•gardless of theit. va'wv
If you need a pair of shoes it will pay you to. buy
them at this sale.
All-sifes aini.Widths—SALK PRICE" •*r-'
$300 'Men'sShqes on.,
themarket.-- SALli PRICE.
t-'Ai,L."OuR. .Men'SHigh Guaih:^ 50 Shoes.-*».£~ ma
Fine-Dress shoes:—QN'LYw •.
XNSCKi: VOl'ji I'lluHEHTYagainstcycloup*
L- ond t«niadaetf- in.- the old- retiabie I'lioeub
Imursnco Cow j&KOKSON OAltR, Agents.
HObLISTEK UUIVfBBR CO.
I" UMUKR iktia ell kinds of bulidlnt? tnalerlbl^
Posta.ftnd Coal. Corner of Delaware ar
A BCHITKCT AND BUILDING 3UPEWN
TENDENT, s. E. Oor. 8th ind Main81.
jy^EBOHANT TAILOR and Uents Furpjitar
Bradley & Sherman bld|(., Man-
In Groceries, Provisions, Fruits,etc.
Franklin Street, Manchester, Iowa.
tn Orncerles, Provisions. Fruits, etc.
Masonic Block,' Manchester. Iowa.
pAHPENTKR, CONTRACTOR 4 BTjiLDBR. I
(action guaranteed. Plans and estimates fur
nished. Work taken In town or oountry. Shop
near the Rtand tower on West Side of- river.
QUAKER MILL CO.
and Feed, Manufacturers of the oele
brated White Satin and White Pearl Flour:
CREOC A WAPD.
JJrujjglsw and dealers _ln Paints, 011b,_ Wall
per. Stationery & c.
W. A ABBOTT.
TSBUGS, Wall paper, Stationery, Paints, Oil*
etc., City halfblook.
/^.BOCERIES, Provisions, Fruits, eto.
VT door north of Delaware County Bank
Dealers in Groceries, Provisions, Crookery,
Fruits, feto. Main Street.
T. F. MOONEY.
(Successor to Lee Bowman.)
and Wagonmaker, Delhi,
Iowa. Work promptly and in a work
manlike manner. Charges reasonable. Your
patronage solicited. lfitf
C. E. PRATT.,
estimates ou all work lii my line. Leave orders
at H. c. Smith's drug store
0. M. PEAR8E.
OF THE PEAi)R AUD COLLECT-
OK. All business entrusted to htm s'
prompt attention, Office In city Hall
1 am prepared to furnish estimates and guar
antee satisfaction on all kinds of Mason work.
C. P. Milleb,
I7tf Manchester. Iowa.
The first building north of the Globe hotel,
BBONSOtt & CABR.
F. P. PETERSON
L. H. bTOUT,
/CLOTHING and Gents furnishing
otty Hall Block, Franklin Street.
of all kinds of Vehicles, and general repalrei
of all Kinds of Wood Work
For Farming Implements and l&ehlnerj
Shop on Franklin Street, near the bridge, with
AlexSe(*trom. in building lately occupied by
Peter Meyer. Have had seven years exper
ience the past three with Kennedy Buggy Co.
For growing colts Raven's Stock
Food purifies the blood, regulates the
kidneys, cures scours and exterminates
worms. It cureB*colds, coughs, distem
per, pink eye and heaves in horse's. It
is good for overworked horses and old
horBeB, and prevents mares from drop
ping their colts prematurely. It gives
good appetite and fine spirits, make?
hone and muscle, and glossy Co»ts.
For sale by VV A, Abbott, DrugB, Man
Chester, Iowa. 81wl
IufmrnwelD first olass companies-written ant
policies Issued by' Haoiisoir ft Cams.
People In New York state have
learned with disagreeable surprise thht
out of every 300 Intaabltante within Its
bordere one is an Inmate of some kind
of hospital for the insane. The commis
sion in lunacy reports that In all there
are 23000 insane patients in the state.
Hundreds of tramps, man of the
moBt violous kind, are causing serious
annoyance in some parts of northern
Wisconsin, where the cold weather has
driven them to open crime in order to
secure shelter in lockups. Burglaries
and assaults are common and III cere
are kept on the jump.
Black woolen cloth in which absolute'
ly do dye has been used fs the result of
an experiment at Aueterlltz,.F. Y. Q.
W. Peterson has a large stock farm and
conceived the Idea of raising a flock of
only black sheep. The wool has been
carefully savei, spun.and woven into
oloth which is a rich brown-black In
Delaware's whipping post is going to
I be imitated in Connecticut if a bill soon
to be presented to the legislature 1b en-1
acted into a law. It provides for the
otitciai dogging of all criminals convict
ed of assaults on women or girls, all
wife beaters and all young boys who
I can best be dealt with in such a way
rather than Jay committal to the reform
The men who composed the army of
the Cumberland have had a remarkable
record since the war. Three of the
army's generals have become presi
dents—Grant, Garfield and Harrison,
livery commander In-chief of the
United States army, with the exception
I of General Miles^eerved in the army of
the Cumberland. Seventeen members
have been in the cabinet, thirty-eight
have been senators and 300 have been
A study has recently been made of
the dwarfs who live in the Congo forest
la the vicinitfof the Semllkl river, in
Uganda protectorate. These dwarfs
are of two types. Those of one are
black skinned, with considerable stiff,
black hair on their bodies those of the
other have red or yellow skins, with a
tendency to red hair on the head and
yellowish-grey hair on their bodies.
They are quite intelligent and, though
extremely ugly, are described as being
'usually of a winning and cheerful dis
fllTY DRAYHAN. Am prepared to do' aU
*k in my lino. Moving household good*
and placofl a specialty. AU work will recelvc
prompt attention. A share of your patronage if
Hollolted. Charges right. Give your draying
to a man who has come to stay.
r\KY GOODS, Notions, Carpetf
nishing goods, etc. Franluin
he medical "oo'ety pt Pat's has ex-
I am now prepared to do all work in m? I pressed the opinion that it is necessary
line is good ana workmanlike manner. Satle
Bome me8Bute8 a
The Importance of Dai rying.
Large as our meat production ap
pears It cannot surpass the jalue of the
milk, cream and butter produced
There is an enormous amount
andhrs a philipp I Dairying is the most profitable lnduB
In flour, feed, hay, straw, Maquoketa
lime, stucco and oommonand Atlascement,
Telephone lis. Lower Franklin Street.
tty0n Am6rlcan farmB
Franklin streets. .1
William Leslie Edison, second son of
the inventor, recently purchased the
The Ivy Green.
Oh a dainty plant is tbe ivy Green. ..
That creepetb o'er rains old!
Of right choice food are His meals, 1 ween,
In his cell so lone and cold.
The wall roust be crumbled, the stone deoayed,
To pleasure hls.dalnty whtin.
And the molderlng dust that years have made
Is a merry meal for him.
Creeping where no life Is teen,
A rare old plant is the Ivy Green.
Fast he stealeth on. though he wears oo wing*,
And a stanch old heart Is he
How closely he twlneth, how tight ha olings
To his friend the huge Oak Tree I
And shyly he troileth along the ground.
And his leaves he gently waves,
As he joyously hogs and crawleth around
The rich mold of deadmen's graves.
Creeping where grim death has been.
A rare old plant is the Ivy Green,
Whole ages have fled and their works decayed.
And nations have scattered been
But the stout old Ivy shall never fade
Prom Its hale and hearty green.
The brave old plant, In Its lonely days.
Shall fatten upon the past
For the stateliest building man can raise
Is the Ivy's food at last.
cream and butter consumed on farms,
hence that sold in market fs but a por
tion of the amount produced, while the
larger shaie of the beef is marketed.
and gives the
Page eatate at Mount Holly, N. J.,
where he intends to lay out a superb
country place and conduct a poultry
farm along scientific principles. The
page farm consists of Bome 1,600 acres,
and has a number. of fine houses.
These are at present undergoing re
pairs. The investment represents an
outlay of about 850,000.
Mrs. Carrie Nation, as her name
would Indicate, says The Commoner
has succeeded in making herself more
than a stale affUir. Her attempt to
cure lawlessness by lawlessness baa
aroused discussion everywhere. She
has already, reached.a degree of eml-.
nence which'has excited the attention
of cartoonists, and hatchet brigades are
being organized In various cities in her
honor. KaiiBas'haa a constitutional
amendment as well as a statute pro
hibiting the-sale of liquor, but, aa is
well known, prohibition is not enforced
in commuqities where the local senti
ment is againBt it. Mrs. Nation acts upon
the theory that the saloon ls an outlaw
in Kansas and that saloon keepers can
not invoke the protection of the law
when they, tbemselves disregard it.
While no defense can be made of law'
less'methods in enforcing law, those
who, condemn: Mrs. Nation must,. in
order, to be consistent, also condemn,
the violation of the liquor laws. The
Kansas crusade has already served a
letter In that state, and now that pub
lic attention has been directed toward
the subject, it Is probable that the law
will either be enforced or the question
resubmitted. A law '.that is not en
forced breedB contempt for law.
nine out or ten uaveiqrs wOdia Wa in
quirers that the roughest piece of wa
ter Is that cruel stretch In the English
channel, and nine out of ten travelers
would say what was not true. As a
matter of fact, "the wickedest bit of
sea" Is not in the Dover strait, or In
yachting, for example,-from St. Jean
de Luis up to Paulllac, or across the
Mediterranean "race" from Cadiz to
Tangier, nor Is It In rounding Cape
Horn, where there Is what sailors call
a "true" sea. The "wickedest sea", is
encountered in rounding the- Cape of
Good Hope for the eastern porta wf
dap* Oolanj.—Bhlpplwi Wertd.
Creeping on, where lime has been,
A rare old plant Is the Ivy green.
From The Rubaiyat ot Mr. He.neaay.
Whin ol was young,
1 glv' a lot o( ihoagth
To all tills hlxh serbilme and such like rot,
And now 1 know just what 1 knew before,
Meb'be 'tis thrue mo bye, meb'tie 'Us not.
Ther's Ihtm that lu)d up treasure in the sky
They'll never see. they'll never climb that high
AhTerrencet Don't listen to no band
Tin t)looks away, playin' In swate bye and bye.
Some Dills' out plug, a pipe you've smoked be
A wild young t'lng to kiss behind the door:
And now and then an alvenln' with the drink,
Sure what the wud dell ye ask wld more?
F1U up the
oan thin an' we'll sendltbaok,
Hani don't he thlnkin' of the things ye lack
Ye know this ain't no long job anyway,
And any minute we may get the the sack.
—F. B. Four la Buffalo Commercial.
Hints For Dairymen,
iiemember that the cow's digestive
system is not proof against bad feed.
So dairyman can afford to hire ill
tempered help to look after his cows.
Study the demand of the market and
the taBtes of the customers.
There is no way to teach a cow gen
tleness but by gentle actions.
Dairying 1b a paying business even in
times of depression.
Did any man ever sncced In kicking
cow into submission?—Farmers'
The Profitable Dairy Oow.
The cow which yields generous re
turn for the food consumed Is the one
for profit and the one that it will pay
to feed generously, and the cow which
will proBtablyrfconvert tto jargeat
amount of fort lofo mitt dftbuforb thfe
most profitable tp keep. But sacb
cows mast have the raw material ont of
which to manufacture milk. It take. a.
certain amount of the food cooanmed
to maintain the life of the cow and it ia
the surplus over and above this from
which a profit is possible. —Rural
alaruiiug spread of petroleum-drinking.
At first it was thought that tbis habit
bad sprung up from the Increased tax
ation on alcohol imposed by the French
government, but an investigation show
I ed that this was not the case: the habit
has been prevalent Bome time previous
ly in certain districts and had spread
with great rapidity. The victim of the
petroleum habit does not become
brutal, only morose.
Names Por Parma,
The Country Gentleman, and other
papers devoted to farms and farming,
are advocating the naming of American
farms. They cite the well known coun
try places of Mt.' Vernon, The Hermit'
age, Monticello, when American states
men lived and died, They also cite the
habit aa prevalent in Europe, especially
in England where country life has an
added charm because of the quaintly
The habit is not entirely unknown In
the west. There are many farma which
have been aptly named. The farina d»
voted to stock breeding have been es
pecially favored in this respect. But
giving a name to every farm would
have disadvantages as well as advant
ages. There are numberless farms in
this country of small individual hold'
ings. They are now known by the
names of their proprietors. To give
them an additional name would simply
lead to confusion. A perfect babel
wonldbe the result. Even the ratal
mall carrlen might be confounded In
such a multitude of names. It wonld:
be a great deal better tor farmers to put
up signs, bearing their own names, just
as business men do in cities.
But the name ot the farmer who
farms the farm 4s much more import'
er makes a specialty of any kind of
stock, or of any product, he can state
so on the sign board over his gate,
Those who have business to transact
in the country would be graatlyal
by such sign board* If a farmer
to add the legend of a pretty name for
his farm, it can do no harm,, but, (n the
main, it would only add oonfuslon. In
cases where a targe fan%, amounting to
an "estate," In which a family take, an
cestral pride, a name might b« bestowed
on the farm.
report of the ex
periments conducted In field crops at
the Iowa Exptrimjent-' Station during
the Beason of 1900 ha% just come from
the press. This bulie^n Is of apractlj
uB«fvl purpoBe.in that it has brought I cal nature, designed,loathe needs of the
out the fact that prohibition is a dead farmers of Iowa. it iucludes ooltural
experiments with the .principal annual
crops grown in the state, as well
some of the nqwer crops that an not
Nineteen varieties of corn wen
grown under, similar: conditions and
their records given in detail, this in
cludea the date of ripening—which var
led from Angnst lQth to September 16th
percentage of grain in the ear, and the
yield per acre, together with half-tone
prints of some ofthe best types. A
summary of two years' work is given in
comparing deep and shallow cultivation
of corn. Tbe work done so far along
this line seems to favor shallow cultun.
Tbe subject of selecting corn for seed is
discussed quite folly, a number of pho
tographs being used to^lllastnte unde
sirable types. Some data la given on
jkh* Mkjwt ot
MANCHESTER, IOWA. WENDE8DAY, FEBURARY J#, 1901 vol,. XXVII—NO. 7.
This report which Is published
bulletin 55 will be mailed free on appli
cation to the Experiment Station, Ames,
820 Acre Farm for Bent.
Near the north west corner of Honey Creek I
township, Delaware Oounty, lowa. Kuqulre of I
:W & Geo Barr. Dealers In ltto stock and grain I
at Manchester, lowa. 9t I
Washington, D. C.
tlenessee Pure Food Co.,XeBoy, N. "5f.
.Gentlemen:—Our family realize so
inch from the use of Graln-O that I
ei 1 must say a word to Induce others
ase it. If people are interested in
ieir health and the welfare of their
Ohlldreu they will nse no other bever-1
age. 1 have used them a(l, but tiraln-0
ihive found superior to) any, for the|
reason that it is solid grain.
Tours ior health,
C. F. Meyers.
•Come to head quarters lor Bard l'lymoth Bock
One mile south east of Manchester,
Does It Pay to Bay Obeep?
Acheap remedy for coughs and colds
Is all right, but you want something
tjict will telieve and cure the more se
Tfcrs aud daiigetous results of throat
&.:i long troubles: What shall youdoV
Go I a warmer and more regular cli
'l|»?e? Yes, if possihle if not possible
tw you, then in e!tner.:case take the
remedy tbat. has been introduced
in ell civilized countries with euccess in
siVrre throat and long troubles, "Bosch
ee'B German Syrnp." It not only heals
and stimulates the tissues to destroy
the germ disease, but allaya inflamma
tion, causes easy /expectoration gives a
good night's rest, and cures the patient
Try one bottle. Recommended many
years by all druggists in the world. For
sale by Dr. Donnelly, Ryan, lows.
Genessee Pore Food Co., LeBoy, N. X.
Dear Sin:—Some days .since a pack
am of your: Grsin-0 preparation was
left at my office. I took It home and
gave it a trial, and 1 have to say I was
very much pleased with it as a substl
tute for ooffee. Wo have always used
the best Java and Mocha in our fatnily.l
hat lam free to say I like the OrawOI
«^writ «a *fce bealcoffee
1 ever draak. I
A. C. Jackson, M. D.
Tea, August Flower still has the
largest sale of any medicine In the civil
ized world. Yo«r mothers andgrand
motbera never thought of gains any
thing else for Indigestion or Billons
ness. Doctors wen soacoe, and they
seldom heard of Appendicitis, Nervous
Probation or Hnrt failure, etc. They
used August Flower to clean oat the
system and stop fermentation of undl
Rested food, regulate the actlon of the
liver, attentate the nervoos and organic
action of the system, and that is alitbey
took when feeling dull and bad .wlth
beadachea and other achea. Yon only
need a few doeee of Qfwn's August
Flower, In HanU fens, to make you
satisfied there Is nothing aectooa the.
matter with yoa. Foe sate by Dr. Don
nelly, Byan, Iowa.
was obtained by placing.7000 pounds of I iavld City, Neb April 1,1900
ejr corn in a crib built on a scale and Geneesee Pure Food Co., I.t-Iioy, N. Y.
weighed every week doling the year.1 ,.®®ntJ.en?en:T^
Trie shrinkage Is given-if the crops of
2398 and ]8»*.
Variety teats in wheat, oats and bar
ley are reported and the chief character
Uftlcs of the best varieties given In de
11. Tbere la considerable demand for
Information relating to the growing of
rape, speltz, soy beans, kohl-rabi and
sugar beats. These have all been ex
perimented with quite extensively and
are reported in full. This includes
their habits of growth, preparation of
soil, manner of seeding, value as food,
try Foodis positive
core for chicken cholera, ronpe, grapes
and all diseases of poultry. It rein
latea the howab brood and dlgemve
organs: producea bone, muscle and
larger (owl, and -makes hens lay eggs
in winter. Young chlcksns will grow
rapidly free from all
sen. It Increases
action oteggs, prevente all disease
and makea fine large fowls.—For aale
A. Abbott, wage, Manchester,
A Mr mod boma tor silirti aariMs, an
te Mood and In nod eoadttloa. bvdiealov
,iae. oo Unloo suss. In MaaeaggUr.'
HI T. W. nomwsoH
0»e KarePlas H.
Tbere are sttQMBe good teade la northwest* I
Iowa, southwestern Mlwawla ttd«4tootb
and tf you are expaetSa* a
loeaKleo, 700 abouM take WfMlace I
th»k»wescumoarateetn«ffeet Oo thefinl
third nwdar wt nootb uwirsloo
parts,-bewlos attars' Hilt, pan b. purohwd
[onlm Railway, north
South Carolina, Tmumum. thou, DM, Vtr
ila, WssblDMon, wiscMria and Korthern
yomlD^eall so ^ais ol tb.
BapldsBoute"! tatee, etc.. or oddrees
JOHX O. FABMKB, A.Q.P.* T. AM
B..O. B,*N, Ky.
Cedar Bapids, la.
Compound Vaoorand Sham-|
Moat all dis
eases are caused
by poisonous see
clog the wheels
The name and
may be different
hut the cause ot
disease can us
ually be traced
to the lmpenect action ot the millions
ot pores of the homan body. A bath in
accordanoe with scientific require'
menta ia the heat preventative and
remedy known. The methods employ
ed by me are the most sclentlfle ever
invented or discovered for dispelling
disease. Results tell the story. Give
me a trial. This Is the Oonant system
of baths. A competent lady attendant
charge of the ladlesdepartment.
Offioe and hath rpOms on Franklin
street, opposite Globe Hotel
"W Q. P. QAT«a.
Like bad aoiiars, all counterfeits ot
DeWitt's Witch Hacel Salve an worth
less. The original quickly can* piles,]
sows and all skin disease*.—Smith Bros.
In orar- tb. system ot Osteopattk treat
Uient ssay bMwme mor. sonerally known to the
blio.I wlUsl't redoeed ntMter treatmeut
tbe SjS Uitm months »t tb. a.w C«n-
say in regard to
tirain-O that there Is nothing heiter or
healthier. We'nave used it tor years.
My brother was a great cofiVs drinker.
He was taken sick and the doctor suid
coffee was the'eauae of it, and told ns
to use Grain-O. We got a package lmt!
did not like it at first, but now would
not be without it. My brother has been
well ever since we started to use it.
For milk cowb on dry feed. Raven's
Stock Food Increases 'milk now and
makes better quality, it makes cows
healthy and prevents aiioration. It
cares scours in calves. For cattle net
doing well, it aids digestion, cures all
blood and kidney dit-'HHfp, saves fieri
and thev fatten well. It keeps cuws in
good order and will make culves t^row
one third larger thfc first year.—For sale
by W, A. Abbott, Drugs, Manchester,
FARM FOR RENT.
Farm of 400 acres, good buildings, plenty of
water and a splendid stock farm for tenn of
years at reasonable ru. JOS. HUTCIUNKON
BARGAIN IN RESIDENCE I'KOJ'KKTV
A house and lot in one of tltp bent rcnlrimt
portions of olfv of JUm-lieHier for mile Hicsqi
and on easy terms. Uootl dtv* l'»rr. tc.
Enquire at DEMOCRAT OI FICK.
I have 4 desirable Shorthorn bulls for iU\
to 18 months old. Can be seen ut my farm out
mile north of Manchester.
46 A.N, SMITH
Residence Properties for Sale.
8everal fine residences in desirable portions
I of the City of Manchester for sale cheap. En
quire at the offloe of Manchester Democrat.
Bucks For Sale.
Five choice grade Lincoln and Cotswold
bucks for sale. Inquire at Bradley farm In
Coffins Grove twp. tf.
120 Acre Farm For Sule.
We are agents for the sale of
the O. A. Underwood farm of
120 acres, situated abouts niil^s
north east of Manchester.
There Is a bargain for some
purchaser in this property. If not sold soon the
place will be for rent. Bronsok & Cake,
BARGAIN IN RESIDENCE PROPERTY
A house and lot In one of the best re-Idem
portions of city of Manchester for imte rheav
and oa easy terms. Good dwelling, bam, eti-
Eaquire at DEMOCRAT OFFICE.
Breeder of Thoroughbred
Manchester. Io wa
WMr rDQHHELLY, M. D.
Physician and Surgeon,
ifopnetor ot tne
Ryan Drug Store.
Dnigt, Stationery, Eto.
M.r.LKBOYPrat. H. A. GRANGER Cashier.
VON OVEN' Asst. Cashier
A. B. BLAKE. 1st. V. President.
B. C. HABBHR1.B, 2nd. V. President,
B. R. Boblnsoa.
EL A Granger,
VL A von
abd tadndlng Ab-
btt, SbeJlBoek and Wanrlr alONB FABS
Full inlMmaHM nWtv. la .Ihw. tend, will
flveo upon apptieatloo to Maun.
Itea Broota, uur Industrial aod InmlcrMioa
AfcDis. CMUr Rapids, Iowa
nbla. Canadian NortbwMl, Colorado, Flor-
I Wm. O. Cawley.
Chaa. J. Seeds.
Now is your chance to get
iiterast Paid oo Time
SAFETY DEPOSIT BOXES
M. F. LeRoy,
X. Bee tiler,
A. H. Ulake,
H. O. Haeberle,
PlntKatioaal Bank, Dubuque, Iowa.
Oeatial National Bank New York City.
Oeeeartial National Bank. Ohioago. ills.
WM. O. CAWUEl
B. W. TIBBILI*,
CHAS. J. SEEDS.
O. W. KEAGY.
H. P. Arnold, ft
R. W. Tirrili.
G. W. Dunham,
M. H. WiUiston
c. W. Keagy.
INTIMtT PAID en Time Deposits.
prompt attention given to all business. Pas
to all parte of Europe
dlreot to Vamohester, for sale.
J.ONfl Time Mortgage T,pans
Bw|kt and Sold.
For the storage of valuable papers,
etc. for rent.
lists Hasp's aslMlsf. HsnekMUr. laws.
on Time, Interest A1
sold on New York, Chioogo
Dubimoe also on Great Britain and Ire*
land and European Oitles.
TIOKITI sold to and from all European
or ailtr ar White Btar
«»o a 24
going at a very low price. For the month
February I will discount my former Low
Prices 25 and 10 per cent.
ICALL AND SEE
Those lo\ely pieces of Silverware going
Bed Rock prices on everything in my line
j|§ Russia Calf
\i Three Inches.
:,l! Five inches..
WE CARRY A BIG LINE OF FUR COATS:
Just a word
to those young1 people
about to begin housekeeping.
(3TAdvertlsemenu ordered discontinued be
fore expiration of contract will be charge* ae
cording to above
llusinoss cards, not exceeding six 11b—, IM
^Business locals, ten oents per line lor the tnt
Insertion, and five oents per line
for eaefe suba*
uent 1 osertlon.
When buying your furniture
LOOK OVER OUR STOCK.
WE CAN SAVE YOU MONEY.
EVERYTHING IN OUR STOCK
is strictiy in the style
rich in appearance.
OUR PRICES ARE RIGHT.
THE pufpitufe ftap.
$25 to $35
$ 15 to $20
$ 15 to $20
Hungai ian Lamb $22.50
Hair Seal $25 to $35
Come in and let us show you our line.
A SAVORY AROMA
that is an appetizer, as well aa a
tkkler of the palate, arises lrom the
rich and nourishing soups that aie
made for the edification of the epi
cure and will suit the pecketbook of
the economical. Our fine canned
soups, as well as our choice canned
goods of all descriptions, are of the
best brands, and all of recent can
ning, fresh, nourishing and palatable.
watch while Indies'
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