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County Correspondence.
BAILEY'S FORD.
Mr. and Mrs. Win, Raster were
Manchester callers last Wednesday. I
Clair Grommon spent part of last
week with his sister Mrs. Chas.
Young of Manchester.
Mrs. R. E. Grommon and son
Chas. were in Manchester last Wed
nesday.
Mr. and Mrs. L. J. Lillibridge of
Manchester spent last Friday at the
home of their son Jay.
Mrs. Homer Daker and children
of Walker, spent part of last week
at J. G. Daker's.
R. E. Grommon had business in
Delhi last Saturday.
Mrs. G. B. Davis and Mrs. B. F.
McKee were shopping in Manches
ter last Saturday.
Mr. and Mrs. R. E. Grommon,
Mr. and Mrs. S. Shaw, Jay Lilli
bridge, Mr. and Mrs. P. Jaklin and
daughter Hilda attended the lle
bekah Lodge at Ryan, last Friday
evening. They all unite in saying,
that
Sie
Ryan Rebekahs know
how to entertain.
Mr. and Mrs. Reiley Haines cal
led at the C. H. Davis home last
Wednesdav.
KDGEWOOD.
John Funk who was critically ill,
is a little better with some show for
recovery.
Miss Lucy Bassett came down
from the Point last Friday and is
visiting a few days at the E. G.
Piatt home.
Rev. L. Hubbell took his daugh
ter Kate, to Manchester Friday,
where she expects to remain a few
days visiting her two sisters.
Ray and Virgie Boyd drove down
from Arlington last Sunday and re
mained until Wednesday visiting
friends at this place. Miss Ethel
Piatt accompanied them home
Misses Leora Breed, Kot^Hubbell
Lottie Breed and Zella Smith pic
nicked at the park last Wednesday.
They reported a good time.
The people around this vicinity
were greatly surprised to learn of
the marriage of Fred Clute and Miss
Effie Robinson both of this place,
which occurred at Thorpe, July 21.
Misses Leora and Lottie Breed
were Manchester callers last Friday.
Miss Edith Noble of Grattinger
is visiting relatives and friends in
this vicinity.
mi
C. H. True took a load of apples
to Manchester last Friday. E. G,
Piatt took a load to Oelwein.
Mi's' Dell Knight is very sick
?ery
Miss Jennie Forward, our assis
tant principal, has returned from
her visit in Illinois.
MiBS Mary Newman, enjoyed
g$N('' ?MR(1 Mias BfOWU'
iiis 'i returned home
-"iOr a short visit.
A. J. Elliott has returned from
Kansas City where he was receiving
medical treatment.
EAD'S GROVE.
The Ladies' Aid Society met with
Mrs. L. G. Clute on Thursday of
last week.
Fred Moser had business at Coles
burg on Wednesday.
Burt Fowler and Jim Davis left
for St. Paul on Saturday. They ex
pect to remain for some time.
A small boy of this neighborhood,
upon discovering anew horse fly-net
which his father had recently pur
chased, exclaimed, "Oh look! Old
Nell has got anew fascinator."
Sam Way purchased anew piano
of A. J. Canton
wine of Oxford Junc
tion. It is an elegant instrument.
Gus Clute and wife were Man
chester visitors on Wednesday.
Beulah Davis departed for her
liome at Wellsville, Mo., Monday
night.
Mrs. R. McWay and daughter
Blanche visited at Sam Way's on
Thursday.
Grandpa Funk is visiting his son
W. A. Funk and his daughter Mrs.
Chas. Westbrook of this place.
The Misses Lizzie and Carolyne
Moser are visiting friends near Os
terdock.
Mr. and Mrs. W. P. Bissell ac
companied by some relatives of Mrs.
Bissell spent Wednesday at the
home of J. T. Fowler.
We learn that Fred Timm has
rented the Fishel farm again for
next year. Old neighbors of Mr.
and Mrs. Timm will welcome them
back among us again.
The threshing machine has again
made its appearance in the country.
O. M. Eaton threshed on Friday.
COLESBURG.
It shall be our pleasure in future
to inform the readers of the Demo
crat of the "doings" in our little vil
lage each week. Friends will con
fer a favor by sending any stray
'items of news they may know of to
our "sancto sanctorum" not later
than Friday.
Mrs. J. D. Bristol, daughter
Louisa and son Peter, droye to Edge
wood one day last week to spend the
day with relatives, I. P. Grates and
family.
Mrs. George Herman i:s recover
ing nicely from a recent illness,
which has confined her to her bed
for two or three weeks.
Miss Elsie Herman who had gone
to Livingston, Wisconsin, was called
home laBt week on account of her
mother's illness.
C. F. Knee went to Dyersville Fri
day to meet his wife on her return
fiom a visit at Marcus, Iowa.
Mrs. W. A Hodges returned Sun
day from a visit at Guttenberg with
her son Thomas and wife.
Mrs. A. E. Lewis and daughter,
p.* Angle are visiting relatives at She
1 boygan, Wisconsin.
E. A. Bush of Osterdock was in
rrn Friday to witness the ball
game between Elkport and Coles
gburg.
P. M. Cloud one of the legal lights
of Earlville, was a professional caller
in town Friday. He brought with
him Alex. Prentice who was a guest
of his brother's family and who also
took in the ball game.
Rev. Tyrrell, wife and daughter
arrived here Friday from Auburn
and were heartily welcomed to a
home among us. Rev. Tyrrell has
accepted a call to the pastorate of
the Congregational church.
The ball game on Friday was a
very good one, the score being six to
seven in favor of Elkport. This nine
has been playing all summer and
has not lost a game. Considering
the fact that our boys have had very
little practice they put up a good
game. The catcher for the Coles
burg nine was struck on the head
by the bat, being badly stunned. He
soon recovered and was able to fin
ish the game.
LAMONT.
Fred Retz has been very sick.
Mrs. August Breckenfelter
though to be a little better.
Grandpa B. A. Davidson died Fri
day August 5, 1904. The funeral
was held at the M. E. church Sun
day at 11 o'clock a. m.
D. Cook and daughter Clara of
Volga City drove down Wednesday
to see Grandpa Davidson also to
visit Bert Cook and wife.
Mrs. D. Cook came homo with
Bert Cook and wife Sunday and as
sisted in the care of her aged father
until Thursday.
E. H. Hoyt of Manchester tran
sacted business in Lamont Wednes
day.
Guy Brigham is clerking at the
Central House.
Frank Shary is threshing.
Frank Hilton loft for St. Paul Sat
urday and from there he returns to
Salt Lake City.
Worth Bond returned from Inde
pendence Tuesday where he has
seen attending summer school.
G. F. Durham is chaperoning a
crowd of young boys at the Back
bone.
Fred Gray is home from Dixon
college for the summer.
C. L. Brown has bought the How
land property and will fix'it up.
Geo. Guy Jr. is clerking for Turn
ler & Redmond.
Mr. and Mrs. W. F. Richmond ar
rived home last Tuesday from South
Dakota.
Our genial station agent is back
at his duties after a week's visit to
the Rosebud reservation and in Lyle
Minn.
at
the home of lier mother, Mrs. P.
Shipton.
Ralph Bixby came home from
Rochester, Minn., and is visiting his
parents. Wo understand that he is
to return in a few days.
Mrs. Ina Larson and two children
of Alta, Iowa, are here visiting the
J. D. and G. P. Thompson and
Brigham families.
Loren Hummel came down home
from Stanley Saturday p. m. to
spend Sunday.
Harry Scothorn and Don Wilder
went to Minnesota Monday and
XI
William Ross is taking in the
Louis exposition.
Jas. Redmond is visiting at Dy
sart.
Mrs. Mabel McCormack-Baldwin
and baby of Waterloo are here visit
ing her sister Mrs. Reid and family.
Our Woodman Picnic August 19,
Everybody is invited.
DELHI.
L. L. Noble of Strawberry Point
visited his daughter Mrs. E. B. Por
ter last Tuesday.
Attorney A. A. House of Chicagi
spent last week in Delhi.
Miss Nellie Keith took the train
Friday evening for Des Moines
where she will teach school.
Dr. Dittmer was in town profes
sionally Saturday.
We noticed Tom Martin of Earl
ville on our streets recently.
Mrs. P. G. Michael drove to Ryan
Saturday to visit his sister Mrs. Ii
A. Pierce.
Chas. Furman of Hartwick is on
the sick list. His many friends in
Delhi hope he is better by this time.
A. J. Kirkwood of Hopkinton had
business in town one day last week.
W. H. McCoy of Waterloo and H.
C. Ilaeberle of Manchester spent
last Wednesday in town. Mr. Mc
Coy made Delhi his home at one
time and this is his first visit for .17
years.
Hartwick seems to be a favorite
spot for camping parties and pic
nics.
W. S. Beels of the Hopkinton
Leader, was calling in town Tues
day.
Twenty of the members of Silver
Lake Rebekah lodge went to Ryan
Tuesday evening to attend lodge. A
good time is reported.
Lloyd and Ralph Barnes received
20 Homer Pigeons from Boston last
Monday. They are fine birds.
Mr. and Mrs. John Dilmar of Du
buque and Paul Lippert and family
of Dyersville were visitors at the
home of I. C. Miller recently.
Dr H. Livingston of Hopkinton
was called to see Prof. T. V. Hunt
Monday.
Fred Pulver who has been can
vassing in Wisconsin returned home
Tuesday.
Mr. and Mrs. A. D. Brown of
Manchester called on Delhi friends
last Thursday evening.
Miss Mullen of Hopkinton was in
town Saturday.
Mrs. Adams' mother returned to
her home in Arkansas last Wednes
day.
F. A. Doolittle made a business
trip to Greeley Saturday.
Mrs. Blanchard of Masonville vis
ited her son E. II. at the County
Farm recently.
Mart Nieman had the misfortune
to get his lip badly cut in the feeder
to a threshing machine Wednesday
of last week.
There will be preaching at the
M. E. church next Sunday evening,
instead of morning.
Ed II. King, the secretary and
treasurer, of Delhi Lodge No. 94,
M. B. A., who left town and has not
been heard of since, was short in
his accounts between $75 and $80.
A little cold for corn. Monday
.ornilig the
42 degrees.
shelved
thermometer
DELAWARE.
Win. H. Long and wife of Man
chester and their daughter Mrs. Dr
Bradley of Beatrice Neb., were visit
ig friends here Tuesday.
Mrs. L. H. Davis and youngest
son are spending a fortnight at the
home of her brother in Dubuque.
Rob. Davis has finished his own
threshing and also two or three of
his neighbors oats are turning out
fine.
Mr. and Mrs. J. B. Enos received
visits from both of their daughters
last week. Mrs. C. W. Rollins and
family, Monday and Tuesday, and
Mrs. J. Mandeville and her son
Harold, Saturday.
E. E. Spear of Oelwein, who has
been making an extended visit with
his parents here, was called to at
tend his father-in-law's funeral Fri
day at Strawberry Point.
J. K. Fear and family returned to
their home at Williams Friday.
Nels. Johnson is building a resi
dence south of the Baptist church.
Mr. Johnson received a letter from
his son. Tony, this morning, (this
first one for a year) stating he had
just returned to Ft. Slocum, N. Y.,
from a trip to England, where he
had been sent in the interest of the
U. S. army, together with a part of
his regiment. Tony is a sergeant
in the 10th Regular Infantry.
Mrs. J. Kelly, who was a guest at
Thos. L3'ncli's, returned home Fri-
Mrs. Fillingliam and daughter
and Miss Morgan of Ryan visited
with S. Fillingham Friday.
Dr. F. Hefner, wife and child of
Monticello were the guests of Mrs.
S. A. Hefner Friday.
Walter Harvey of Chicago is stay
ing at his grandfathers, Mr. C. S.
Harvey.
Mrs. B. A. Hefner of Waterloo,
arrived here Friday for a visit.
STRAWBERRY POINT.
Claire Ely, Hartford Sargent, Ray
Arnold and ladies spent Thursday
picnicking at the Backbone.
Mesdames Lagging and Eckhoff
and daughter, Alma, of Spring Val
ley, Minnesota, came last Thursday
evening for a visit with her parents,
J. Huebmer sr., ami wife.
The Manchester Democrat is one of
the best and newsiest papers in Dela
ware County. Do you take it, if
not why not? Subscribe now and
get one of their beautiful maps.
Miss Georgfa Schofield returned
to Ft. Dodge Friday morning after
two weeks visit with relatives and
friends. MisB Schofield has accept
ed a position as clerk in a shoe store.
Chicken thieves are quite num
erous hero. A number of our citi
zens have had some and others all
their chickens stole by some mean
fellows. It is hoped they will be
caught and suffer the penalty.
Will Jessen and his clerk, Nell
Westfall left Saturday evening for
3goto purchase goods. Before
Mr. Jesseii'rfiitUTn'he will" visit at
New York City.
Miss Georga Schofield entertained
a number of her friends at her
home last Thursday afternoon.
Mrs. Ernest Moser is quite sick
with the quinsy.
Capt. A. T. Little and wife spent
Friday and Saturday at Oelwein.
The death of Thos. Dunham oc
curred at the Old Soldiers Home at
Marshalltown last Wednesday. The
remains were snipped to Oelwein
Thursday where his wife and Mrs
Spear were and his wife accompan
ied the remains here Friday for
burial. He leaveB a wife and sever
al children to mourn his death
Funeral services occurred at the
home Friday forenoon conducted by
Rev. 0. C. DePuy.
Mrs. Rodneway and sister, Miss
Leta Wiltse of Cedar Rapids came
Thursday morning for a visit with
relatives and friends.
Lucy Bassett went to Edgewood
Friday to visit relatives.
Miss Lydia Whitman returned to
her home at Manchester Sunday
after a few days visit within the
Gratke home. She accompanied by
Rose Palmer visited at Elkader
Saturday.
HOPKINTON.
Geo. Greer is home on a visit.
Aylo Thorpe spent Friday at
Delhi.
President Grossman has returned
from his eastern trip.
Vivian and Jessie Dunlap were in
town last week and are preparing to
attend Lenox next year.
Bricklaying has been begun on
tho Methodist church.
Bert Barker has returned from his
four weeks trip. He took in Colo
rado, where he found business at
standstill.
Noble Arnold was delivering
maps in this section last week.
W. L. McCollough is home from
Alleghany where he has been at
tending the R. P. Seminary.
Edward Reeve and his classmate
at Princton, Mr. Taggart, are visit
ing the formers parents at this
place.
Prof. Krozie lias returned from
his canvassing trip in the interests
of Lenox College he reports favor
ably.
S. P. Carter made a business trip
to Manchester Saturday.
The Epworth League realized
$10.00 at the lawn social at Mrs.
Groiss' Friday night.
The funeral of Katie Kelioe which
was held at Castle Grove Sunday
was the largest that this section of
country has ever known. The
procession was nearly two miles
long and was composed of 232 teams
besides 50 teams which did not go
to tjfe home.
Geo. Greer preached in tho R. P.
church Sunday.
W. S. Beels drove to Manchester
Saturday.
Mr. Chambers has bought the
Barnum farm, the consideration
being $32.50 per acre. Mr. Barnum
paid $32.00 per acre for the same
farm last spring.
Mrs. Arnold and Emma Kelson
are home for a visit with their
mother.
The I. O. O. F. dance was well
attended Friday night.
A Mrs' McHenry from Philadel
phia will take charge of Clark hall
the coming year.
President Grossman's family is
visiting in Kentucky and mil be
home about Sept.lst.
DUNDEE.
Miss Minnie Schug ofSatawberrv
Point was visiting relatives at this
place a few days last week.
Rob Aimers has the contract for
the stone work on the Lutheran par
sonage and has commenced tho wall.
S. S. Ives departed Saturday for
Waterloo to visit his daughter at
that place.
Quite a number took advantage of
the excursion to Minneapolis and
St Paul Saturday evening.
Bert Laity arrived here Wednes
day for a visit with his parents and
friends. Bert is studying telegraphy
at Valpariso' Ind.
A child of J. Fober living east of
town is quite sick with fever at this
writing.
F. Meyen and Chas Stelo shipped
car of oats Thursday.
A peculiar accident happened
near this place last Thursday.
While the team owned by Truman
Smith was being driven xip to the
threshing machine with a load of
grain one of the horses in switch
ing for flies got its tail entangled in
the drive belt and cylinder shaft
tearing the tail completely off the
animal and springing the cylinder
shaft of the machine. Tho horse at
present is doing nicely and It is
thought will recover. A new
cylinder shaft has been ordered for
the machine. The threshing outfit
is the property of C. Wendell.
E. Schultz of Manchester has
been awarded the contract for
building the new Lutheran parson
age,
Fred Allstein of Strawberry Point
was a caller at this place Friday.
Otto Fuehr spent Saturday and
Sunday with his parents at St,
Sebald.
Schroder Bros, have added to
their jewelry department a fine
Webster & Whitcomb lathe, one of
the most modern in use, also a new
polishing lathe and many other
tools
Master Frank and Miss Ethel
Stephenson left Friday for Oelwein
where they will visit their grand
parents for a few days.
A. Jordan was visiting at the
George Seward home Sunday,
Ernest Lee spent Sunday at his
home at this place.
Roy Stockwell, fireman on the
G. W. is spending a few days visit
ing his parents.
Services were held here Sunday
m. at the school house by Rev. H. P,
Langdridge formerly of Manchester
but now of Strawberry Point. The
meeting was well attended. It was
decided to hold meetings here every
alternate Sabbath. A Sunday school
was organized to be held every Sun
day afternoon. Everybody invited
to attend.
John Thompson and wife
Biennial Excursion Knlghte of Pythias
Louisville, Ky., August 10-29.
The Chicago Great Western Railway
will on Auguat 12th to 15tb inclusive
sell tickets to Louisville at very low
rates for the round trip. Good to re
turn until August 31st. For full infor
mation apply to any Great Western
Agent or J. P. Elmer, G. F. A., Chicago
Illinois. 30w3
DOUGLASS, the Photo
grapher.
Go to Douglass
For FINE PICTURES.
FOR SALE!
A farm of about 193 acres, on. line
of Cedar Rapids branch of Illinois
Central R. R., five miles south of
Manchester, and one mile from
Golden station ample buildings and
of good quality fine well water with
wind mill and tanks. No better
grain and stock farm in Delaware
county. Must be sold to settle an
estate.
Ib
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a bargain at $ 05.00 per
acre, which will buy it if taken soon.
240 acre farm miles southeast
of Manchester 140 acres under im
provement, balance pasture fine
buildings, all new, and plenty of
them good well water with wind
mill and tanks. Best farm for the
money in the country. Come quick
if you want a bargain. Price $50.00
per acre.
We have other farms and can suit
you. Call and see us.
COLLINGE
15tf
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& DUNHAM.
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DESISNS
COPYRIGHTS &G.
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qulcklr uscertnm our opinion free whether uti
Invention Is probably patentable. Communica
tions strictly
contideittlal. Ilaudbookon Patent*
sent froe. Oldest agency for sccurtni patents.
i'atenta taken through Munn St Co. recelvc
tptcial notice, without charge, lu the
Scientific American.
A handsomely illustrated weekly. Largest cir
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KOK SALE.
Good residence property on Franklin Street
2Btf J, J. PENTONY.
Money to Loan at Low
Rates. Hubert Carr.
Dr. IM Mukjit.
The Regular and Reliable Chi
cago Specialist, who has Visited
Manchester, every month since
1901, will be at the Clarence
Honse,
Monday. August 22,
one day only) and return once
every 28 days. Office hours 8 a.
m. to 5:30 p. m.
Independence, Gedney Hotel,
August 23.
TueadftVt!
permanently cnt oases n« unacitaRes
ana sends tie iuuuruble riomo without taking
foe from them. Tills Is why ho continues hi!
visits yoar after. r, while other doctors have
made a few visits and stopped. Dr. ShaUeribcr*
per Is an eminently successful specialist In all
chronic diseases, proven by the many cures
effected In chronic cases which -vobunledtho
skill of all other physicians. Ills hospital ox.
perlenco and exteoslvo pr Mce have made him
ho
The citizens of Dundee have or
ganized a gun club. The next
shoot will be held at this place
Thursday afternoon at 2 o'clock.
proficient that he can namo and locate a
A never-faltlng remedy tills Neck.
PILES, FISTULAS an* RUPTURE guaran«
teed cured without detention from businoss.
Special attention given to all Surgical
«aneii, and all (liseaics of the Eye, JBar,
KOR« ami TLI
roat.
fitt'.d and guaranteed* Granulated
llds.Cataract, Cross Kyes straightened without
pain.
NERVOUS DEBILITY.
Are you nervous and despondent: weak and
debilitated tired mornings: no ambition—life
less memory poor easily fatigued excitable
and Irritable eyes sunken, red and bliurod
—les on face dreams and night losses rest*
Jess, haggard looking: weak buck deposit lo
««HQe and drains at stool: distrustful- want of
confidence: lacktof energy and strength
Private Diseases a Spec
ialty.
Blood Poison, NeirousnesR, Dizziness, De
active Memory and othe ailments which ruin
body and mind positively cured.
WONDERFUL CURES
Perfected In old cases which have been nee.
lected or unsklllfully treated. No experiments
or failures, lie undertakes no lucuraole
but cure thousands given up to die.
Consultation Frnc ar.U Confidential
Address,
DR. WH BERT SKALLEK8ERGER,
146 Aakwood Blvd.. Chtoaao.
of
Strawbery Point wore visiting
tives at this place Sunday.
rela-
National Encampment U. A. It. Boston
Maes., August 15-20.
The Chicago Great Western Railway
will on August 11th to 13th
Bell
round
trip tickets to Boston at very low rates.
It will pay yon to write or enquire of
any Great Western Agent or J. I1. El
mer, G. P. A., Chicago for full Informa
tion. 30w3
Reference: Drexel State Bank.
ATTORNEYS.
G.W. DUNHAM. K. B, 8T1LBS W. II NOUUIB
DUNHAM. NORRIS A 3TILE8.
ATTORNEYS AT LAW AND NOTARIES
Public, Spool*) attention given to Oollec*
tf insurauco, Heal Estate and Loan Agts.
Office In Olty Hall Blook. Manchester, la.
YOIIAN. H. B\ ARNOLD. M. J, YOHAN
VORAN, ARNOLD YORAN
ATTORNEYS AT LAW, and Real Estate
Agents. Office over Delaware County Htate
Bank, Manobeater, Iowa.
o.R. BRONSON. E. M. Carr.
BRONSON CARR.
ATTORNEYS AT LAW. Special attention
Klven to collections. Oflloe In Demoon
Manchester. Iowa.
given to collections. Oflloe In Democrat
Bulldlne. Franklin Stroet.
FRED •. BLAIR.
ATTORNEY AT LAW. Office In the City Hall
Block,Manchester, Iowa.
HUBERT CARR
ATTORNKY-AT-LAW.
Collections and Real
Hstaio business given special attention.
Hollablo Klro Insurance. Otlloe over KlnnoJfe
Mwlileu's store, Mancliestor, Iowa.
PHY8IOIANS.
CHYSlulAN and tiurgoon, will attend to calls
promptly at all hours of the day or night.
Lament, Iowa.
J. J. M. D.,
PHYSICIAN,LINDSAY,anu
surgeon and Eye Specialist.
Offlco hcurs for oye cases fitting glasses
I QOto3:00 p.m. OfllcecornerMalu aud Frank
I in strsots.
E. E. BOWKER. O. E. S.
onice In residence In Keycs bouse, on Tama
(•trect Bxuinluatlon and^onsultatlon free. 2ttf
DR. T. J. BURNS.
PHYSICIANopposite
di»
oaso In a few minutes.
Treats all "able e-ses of Catarrh. NOSJ,
Throat and Luue uiseases. Eye nd l..ir,
Stomach, Liver and KUneys, Gravel, cuma*
tlsm, Paralysis, Neuralgia, Nervous and
diseases, Blood Suln jasos, li
tlsm, Paralysis, NnuraMa,
diseases, Blood I Suln .. ... ...
Blight's Dlseaso 1 Coi umptlon In earls
stage diseases of theiUadder and Femntu Organs.
Manor and Tobacco habit. Stammering cured
aua sure methods to provent its recurrence given,
AND SURUKON. All profes­
sional calls promptly answered, day or
night. Olllce the Post Olllce. Tele
phone 100.
INSURE YOUR PROPERTY against cyclones
I and tornadoes In the old reliable Phoenix
Insurance Co., HRONBON fc TARF genu.
MANCHESTER MARBLE WORKS
PMonumentsto
prepared furnish Granite and Marble
and Head Stones of various de*
signs. Have the county right for Slpe's Pat
ent Grave Cover also deafer In Iron Fenoes.
Will meet all competition. atfM.
Tr 1
WM. MCINTOSH.
ANDERS A PHILIPP
DRUCG1STSWall
AND STATIONERS.
Articles, Paper, Paints ar
Corner Main and Fraukiln streets.
Biographical.
Life of Washington,
Life of Sherman,
Life of Grant,
Life of Benjamin Franklin,
Life of McKinley,
Stanley in Africa.
VETERINARIAN.
DR. J. W. SCOTT.
VETERINARY
Toilet
Oils.
Sell Shoes,
That fit, shoes that
wear, shoes that are in
style, and. shoes at the
right price. Try us
once and we will prove
it.
H. L. Main,
Hopkinton, Iowa,
Surgeon, and Dentist.
Main Street. Telephon 289.
501
W. N. BOYNTON.
X, Jeweler and R_.
Watches, Clooks, Silver and
njATCHMAKER, Jeweler and Engraver
dealer In Wr4~w~~
Plated Ware, Fine Jowelry, Bpeotaolea,cutlery,
Muatoal Instruments, eto., Main street.
A. 1, BROWN
Dealer
In furniture etc., and
Main Street.
undertaker,
P. WHRKMEISTBR,
S3.ENERAL DEALER IN FURNITURE,
VJ Coffins. Picture Frames, Etc. A complote
stock or yurnlture and Upholstery always on
hand, at priced that defy competition. A good
Bearse kept for attendance at funerals. Earl
ville, Iowa.
J. H. ALLEN.
plLOTBING and Gents furnishing goods. Oor
VJ ner Main and Franklin streets.
GILDNKR BROS.
/iLOTHING and Gents furnishing
Cltv Hall Block, Franklin Street.
B. CLARK.
DRY
A. J. WARD,
QUAKER MILL CO.
PLOUR
and Feed, Manufacturers of the cele
brated White Satin and White Pearl Flour.
W. L. DREW.
r\RY GOODS, Carpets, M'lllnery, £r,t3 and
is Caps, Boots and Shoec, eta., Liuin St.
Manchester, Iowa.
A. THORPE,
Pder
HOPRIETOR OF KALAMITY'S PLUN
Store and Dealer in Clothing, Boots,
•Shoes, Notions, die. Masonic Block Manches
ter, Iowa.
E. T. QRA8&FIELD,
BOOTS
AND SHOES of all grades and prices.
Custom Work and Repairing gr
mention, store In Olty Hall Block,
W. W. FORD.
ACIvKT STORE. Dry Goods. Notions, Gro
ceries, Shoes, Furniture. Etc.
Compound Vapor and Sham-
tpoo
Baths.
Baths
OUR NEW MAPS are now ready for delivery. These MAPS are on heavy
map paper with tape binding and are like those some of our neighboring city
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Your Consideration.
A PARTIAL LIST OF OUR PREHIUM BOOKS.
Pioneer and War Stories.
War Path and Bivouac,
With Wolfe in Canada,
Famous Frontiersmen.
With Lee in Virginia.,
novels.
Ivanhoe, Tho Doerslnyer, The Boy Knight, Bladk-fteauty,
Wee McGregor,
Bonnie Prince Charlie,
Most all dis
eases are caused
by poisonous
to tbe impurioct notion ot the millions
of ppres of the human body. A bath in
accordance with scientific require
ments is the best preventative and
remedy known. The methods employ
ed by me are the most scientific ever
invented or discoveied 'or dispelling
disease. Results tell tno dtory. Give
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of baths. A competent lady attendant
in charge of tho ladles department.
Office and bath rooms on Franklin
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7. F. MOONBY.
BLACK8MITH
(Successor to l.eo llowraan.)
and Wagonmaker, Delhi,
Iowa. Work done promptly and lu a work
manlike manner. Charge* reanonable. Your
Tatronage solicited. uit
HOLLI8TER LUMBER CO.
I
UMHER and all kinds of building materials,
Posts and Coal, Cornor of Delaware and
Madison streets.
THOB.T. CAItKEEK.
BUILDING MUPKU1N-
A. TEN1)ENT,S. B. Corner, 8th and Main St.
Dubuque, Iowa.
WM. DENNI8.
flARP&NTER, CONTRACTOR ft BUILDER.
-V
no?f
prepared to do all work In my
Une in a good and workmanlike manner. Satis
faction guaranteed. Plans and estimates fur
nished. Work taken lu town or country, Shun
near tlio stand tower on West Side of rlvor
LAWRENCE A GREM8.
goods.
DKet°S'Sfy'Mio8,?,,onory'
given special
SIMON & ATWATSA.
CTARDWARE, STOVES, TINWARE, ETC.
Ll Keeps a tint-class tinner and does all
kinds of repaying with neatness and dispatch.
Store opposite First National Bank, Main St.
CYCLONE AND TORNADO
Insurance in first olass companies and
policies Issued by Bbomsohwritten
e. NEWOOMB.
DENTIST.E.Office
Adventure Stories.
Robinson Crusoe,
Scalp Hunters,
Cow Boy Life in Texas,
Banditti of the Prairie,
Rifle Rangers,
Allen Quatermain,
.. Count of Monte Christo,
over .Burton
store on Franklin atreet.
orldge work a specialty.
"V
01"'
A. E. PETERSON.
DEADER
GOODS, Notions, Carpets, Genti Fur
nishing goods, eto. Franklin Street.
in
Groceries, Provisions,
ery, Fruits, etc. Main Street,
STEWART & LAWRENCE
GROCKRS.
Carry a rull line of Staple and
Fancy Groceries, Fruits, Vegetables, Can
ned Goods, Crockory.Etc,
4. M. PEARSE.
JUSTICE OF THE PEACE AND COLLECT
•J OR. All bush—
prompt attention.
second flo9r,
OR. All business eutrtislod to him given
omce lu CUy HftU
ALEX. 8EP8TROM.
G1ENERAL
BLACKSMITH, horseshoeing
IT spe"1"1***
no pay.
•k guaranteed
Is solid'
the bridge.
specialty. Interfering and corns cured or
Prlcoe reasonable, and the best of
inteed A share or the public patron
age Is solicited, Shop on Franklin street, noar
DENTI8T8.
Dentist.
8 Ciu.
O. L. LEIGH.
Office in tho Adams building on
Telephone 21B.
Franklin Street,
C. W. DORMAN,
IVENTIST. Office on Franklin Street, north
L/ of the Globe Hotel, Manobeater, Iowa.
Dental Surgery in all Its branches. Makes
frequent visits to neighboring towns. Always
at offloe on Saturdays.
Clarke.
Crown
THE
"Western Belle"
AND
Bee
retions, which
clog the wheels
of NATURE.
Vapor
and
Shampoo.
The name and
the symptoms
may be different
but the cause of
disease can us
ally be traced
Prairie Queen"
SHOES FOR WOMEN
are Western Made for
Western Trade.
They fit well—look well—wear well
please well.
,'ASK
TO SEE THEM
Schroeder Bros.
DUNDEb, IOWA.
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