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^vjW fttje Hematrat, urflClAL PAPIN OP OOUNTY (NO l)» WEDNESDAY, MAY 21, 1005 —J. A. Tliomas was an Kdgowood visitor Saturday. —T. J. llciincissy innilo a business trip to llyun l'nilny. —Dr. Harry llriulloy was los Mollies hist week. —II. Ij. Rann wuh a liusines* MMtor in Dulmquu l'liilay. —Mrs. Goo. Nowcoiiib was a pas senger lo Eaiivillc 1'riiluy. —Cluronco Nam, of Mnuvlieiry Point, rasa Maaelies or caller Imi (lay. —AIih. Iv h. Slack reliuned liunii from l)uliii|'it) I'riiluy after a vimi with. friends there. —Senator Trewm, (if Cedar lt.ii. ids, was hero between trains 1' inlay on his way to lv.irlville. —Ada Kramer visited al. the linnie of Mr. and Mrs. \V i: 1 Davis, (if Del aware, over iSnnday. (Jul. Allen of Independent e, was ill this city Thursday m^lil to sup erintend the drill ol Co. I). —Mrs. CI. W. Miller went to Mi Vernon briiluy luuriiuig toatiend the May Festival of Cornell College. —Hert Simpson of Chicago arriv ed Friday for a visit at tlio home ol bis mother, Mrs. Kate Simpson. —Mr and Mrs Allen Cuon relnini last week from Sail Diego, al. where sho has been spending tlio winter. —Miss Florence Mcskimen went to Dubuque Saturday morning ft a visit with her Inother, A. W. Meskincn. —Miss Idell Miles and Mrs. .Ion. Iliitcluuson attended the May fest ival of Cornell College, at Mt. ern- 1 ^a oil, tlio latter part of last week. —tho ball game between thoOne I Leaguo, of this city, and Mason ville last Thursday resulted a victory for the latter of 7 to b. —Mr. Joseph Nye, of Manchester, spent last Sunday in Montieello, the guest of his mother-in law, Mrs. Mary A. Faweett.—Montieello Lxpress. —-Mrs. Jane Flack of Strawberry Point passed through hero Thurs day morning on her way to Ryan whoro sho will mako a short visit. —Mrs. Kichard Mongar and little son, of White Sulphur Springs, Montana, camo lust week for an ex tended visit with her lather, Mr. John Lepley. —The Lenox llaso liall team were bore between trains last Thursday while on their wny to Independence wliero they played that aggregation in the afternoon. —Miss Maude Crum returned home last Tuesday evening frum Cedar Falls, for aa extended vitit. She has been engaged in the nulli nory business there. ^Smallpox has made its appoar aifc) in various places in this state Iwr deaths from it are reported ffumM.hu Fayette county pour farm, and ton of the inmates are down with the disease. —Mr. and Mrs. Tin s. Given have received word from their sea, Bur dette, who lias been in the ngular army in the Philippuus fur the paat three years, that he has been granted a short furlough and is now on his way home. It is expected that ho will arrive hero sometime in July. —August Mdler and son, Fred, expect loavo about the lOihof lioxt month for Whatcom. Washington, for a vinit of two or threo months with Mr. .Mdlerjj son, George, who has been living with an uncle there for the past year or more. They will of courso visit the Lewis and Chirk' Exposition at Portland, Ore., which opeu:J there tins week. -*-Joe Davis of Richland Township was in thiB city last Thursday and Willi the aid of crutches, managed to get around and shako hands with his numerous Manchester friends The first of last week Joo was liaul ing Iioqs to market and while trying to got himself located on the seat the hor'es boeamo frightened ami ran away, throw bun out and sprain ed his ankle. —One of the most successful roinu dies for the dread stomach trouble called dyspepsia is the laugh cure. An English doctor is said to have a sanitarium wliero this treatment is administered, and for which he re ceives a largij fee. Tho patients sit aro'ind room and firdt smilo at each other, then grin, and finally laugl in a way to stir up tho whole system, and this give3 thorn a -vj. j-ii choci ful feeling that inaitus tliom hotter. A two weeks' treatment of laughing two hours a day, it is claimed, will cure the worst cases of dyspepsia. —John Wanamaker, referring re cently to tho advantages of advertis ing says: "The good, sonsiblo mer chant sticks to his proposition throughout the year, never with drawing his announcement but con stantly pounding away at tho public There is only one way to advortise, and that is to hammer your name your location, your business, so con stantlvi so persistently, so thorough ly, into tho poople's heads that if they walked in their sloop they would constantly turn their faces toward your store. Tho newspaper your best friend. It helps to build up the town or community that sup ports you,"|~ —A country parson took leave of liis congregation in the following pathetic manner: "Brothors and sisters, I have come to say good bye. I don't think God loves tins church because none of you over die. I don't think you lovo one anothor, be cause I never marry any of you. 1 don't think you love mo becauso you have not paid me my salary your donations are wormy fruit and mouldy apples, and by their fruits ye shall know them. Brothers, lam going away to abettor place. 1 have been called to be a chaplain o( a pen itentiary. When I go you cannot come but I. go to propara a place may the Lord iliBlBWiWiB ViM^f»£»?*stf'! —Mr. and Airs. Wm. D.ivis of Qri.'oloy were in town Saturday. K. IT. llovl and John Carr were down I rem Lament. 1'inlay evening. —Tin W. C. T. U. of this city meet with J\lrs. C. J. Bailey triiluv afternoon. —Mrs. Louis Atw.iter entertained Tlio Outing Club at her home Tins day afternoon. —Mrs. Georgo Wilson spent several days last week hi I'van visit-' nig with friends. —I'.van lViii.oy, who resides near WinlIn..p. h:el one of his eyes painfully injured last 'I hursday. I he linschall daueo last I'ridnv evening was largely attended and netted the bins tho neat sum of S llfp. (!. M. Dunn. \V. F. Wood and A. I'renlis, if hai'lvillc, wore eallers in Manchester the latter part of last week. I'lio pleasant weather of tho past few days brought out the fisher men and several good catches have been reported. I lie M. O. is advertising an excursion lo St.. i'aul on the 10th. of next mouth lit. s.1, (11) fortho round trip. For pariiculars see advertis nicnt in this issue. I he kuiIs. arms, ete. for Co. D. of the Iowa National guards arrived in this fitv last Friiluv and the boys at. drill Monday evening presented quite a military appearanco. —An exchange savs that, the big gest trust on earth has been dis covered at last. It is the country newspaper. 11 trusts everybody, 'Is cussed for trusting, mistrusted lor eussiim. cussed for getting trust ed and busted lor forgetting that, it got, trusted. —Mi's. A. C. Cartel left for I'oekford, Illinois Monday afternoon for a visit with her daughter .Mrs. J. (J. Mdner. She will meidentilv attend the W. R. C. Convention to le held lliero this week and nl|,K. Secretarv J. J. l'entony of the Dalawnre C.m'ity Fair Association is now. busily engaged securing at tractions for this year's fair. llo has already booked several and is negotiating for others. I'hey will tin announced as soon as tlio full list his been made up. LiTorts are being mule to secure Hon. William J. lirvan to deliver an address on me of the dave. Those who sub senb :d for the ten year member lup ciets may -secure the same by cilliug at the Stato Saving Bank. —Coinp.iny 1) is to have a model armory in the second story of tho large building at the south end of Franklin street which was formerly occupied by I ho Kennedy llnggy Co L'liero will be two reception rooms separated by a largo hallway in front, md -'Ol) ampitheater seats in tho rear iinl belween tho reception rooms and the ampilhcater there is to bo a hard wood drill floor 100 feet in length. I'lie armory is to bo nicely Mimed both inside and outside, 'jiich member of the company will have a private looker and ono of the reception rooms will bo for the special use of lady visitors. —The now regulation recently adopted rolativo to empty cigar boxes went into force May 1st. and there aro sevoral now provisions to bo observed or tho dealer will lind himself in troublo. Heretofore all that was necessary was lor tho cigar dealer to destroy the stani|. upon tho box and then it conld be disposed of provided that was not used again for cigars. Tho new ruling is that tlio stamp must bo destroyed and in addition tlio caution notice pasted on tho side and bottom and also tlio factory number. J. D. Dam, a resident of this city for a number of years until about two years ago, died at Rome, Now York on the 11th liist. aged (1 yoars. lie was a native of tho stato of New York, and served during the civil war in tho'17th, N. Y. Volun teers. Soon after tho closo of tho war ho located in Minnesota and ltir soveral yoars wlulo there was en gaged in the drug business, coming from there to this city. Ho is sur vived by his wifo and ono child, Miss Margaret Dam, both of whom aro residents of Rome. —If tho suckers wero all dead such concerns as the Globo Asso ciation of Chicago, against which tho government lately issued a fraud order, would not exist for twenty four hours. Thoy advertised to sell a t?3.50 pair of shoos for US cents and strange as it may seotn, their mails were flooded with remittances from those wanting to take advant age of this philanthropic oHor. When will people learn thoy can do better by trading at home than abroad!1 Wlion lVill they learn that it costs about so much to buy good goods any place.'' A catalog liouso cannot sell §3 50 pair of shoes, that are good valuo and worth that mon ey, any cheaper than any morchant in any town Iowa. This same rule applies to any other article. But tlio troublo is peoplo patronize those institutions and imagine tliov liavo —Thos. Lindsay was a visitor in Greeley I'ritlay. 0. M. Lillibrulge was a livan visitor Tuesday. Alelvin \oran was Dubuque on business 1 iicsdny. —Howard Clemens left for Armour South Dakota last weolt. —Mr. and.Mrs. W. N. Hoynton went lo Chicago Sunday for a short visit. —1 tennis Carney went to St. I'aul Saturday evening where he expects to remain, having secured work (here. .Mrs. Iv Sim/.er, returned to her home ill Waterloo Monday morn ing after a visit with relatives anil IriendR here. Mr. and Mrs. Harry Brown are parents ol a son. born Sunday morn ing May'J 1st. -••Clifton Keagv returned from Chicago Tuesday morning after a few davs visit. —George Malvin. of Ihimplon. isvisiiiugin I li i.s I'llv. Mr.Malvin. is foreman of I lie Globe tho weekly 1 paper ol that, cily. I Miss Helen (!ranger entertained her bridal party at. a four course breakfast Saturday morning. -The Congregational church choir were entertained at the homo of ,Miss liinnia Ilutcliiusou 1'liday evening. Refreshments wero served during the evening and a highly enjoyable time passed by those pres ent. —'I he Lenox college base ball team defeated the Manchester team Saturday by the score of II to I. I he Lenox team also won the games at Independence on Thursday and at Wuitlirop on Friday. I he Red Caps play at Dyersvillo Saturday and the team from that placo play here Memorial day. -John Kallenbach, whoso parents reside in Collins Grove township met with a naiuful accident in the innis Central yards 111 this citv expects to return homo Saturday eve- last Friday Mr. Kallenbach, while J'lie Fonda Times, edited bv L. W. Chandler, a former resident of this city, has a S lO(lt) damage suit on its hand ler libel. Speaking of the cases for trial at the term of court now in session at 1'onda tho lines nays, "The case of DoVaul vs tho Fonda Times for alleged libel will also come to trial, when it will bo seen whether a newspaper has to pay !y 0000 for a legitimate news item, and set a man up in business who has never shown ability lo accumu late hair that much." in the performance of his duties as About thirty of the friends of a brakeman and, got his hand caught in a ear coupling and ono of his fingers was so badly crushed that it was necessary to liavo a part of it amputated. if Miss Myrtle Marshall gave her a very pleasant surprise at her home about ono mile, northeast of this city last Saturday evening. Tho even ing was spent in games, after which refreshments wero served and at a late hour the merrv crowd departed for their homes all reporting a verv enjovable time. —A thirteen hours devotion is being held in St. Mary's Catholic church in this city. The sermon yesterday morning was by Father Traum, of Winthrop, and Rev. Father Ryan of Caliuar preached tho evening sermon. Rev. Father Ilartigan will delivor the sermon this morning when a class of twenty children will receive their first communion. —Extensive improvements aro being made at the Fish Hatchery this spring. A new iron bridge will span tho brook, and about six hundred foot is to be addod to the retaining walls. New cement side walks, and considerable grading are also a part of its program. Uncle Sam haaiinauy grand places, but tho beauty spot over on Spring Branch is one of his goins. —Mrs. A. R. Loomis sustained a very painful injury last Sunday afternoon while out. the woods picking llowors with other members of her family. Mrs. Loomis' foot became tanglod in a piece of barbed wire throwing her forward mid causing a painful fracture of the wrist. Drs. Bradley aro caring for the lracture and a speedy recovery is hoped for. —An Iowa City dispatch says: "Miss Jilva M. Dunham, has resign ed her position as superintendent of the Homeopathic hospital of the University of Iowa, and will become a Juno bride. Miss Dunham has been a very olheienl superintendent, and lior reputation is moro than state wide." Miss Dunham is a daughter of Lieut, and Mrs. Abner Dunham of this city. The marriage refcred to will occur about the mid dle of Juno. The bridegroom is Dr. Harry C. Powers of Toledo, Iowa. —A lady received tho following reply from a neighbor in answer to the question why she allowed her children and husband to litter" up every room in tho house, and the sentiment will find lodgement in the heart of every home-loving person in tho land: I'lio marks of little liiud dv feet upon the clean floor can be easier removed than the stain when those little feet go down into the mud of the highway to evil. The prints of the 'iittlo lingers on the window patio can not shut out tho sunshine half so much as tho shad ows that darken llio mother's heart over tho ono who is but a namo through the coming years. And if my John finds his home a refuge from care and trouble, and his great est happiness within its four walls ho can put his boots in the rocking chair and hang his coat up on tlio lloor overy day in tho week. And I can stand it and he enjoys it, I can not seo that it is anybody olse's busi ncss."—Exchange. —Tlio young lady rofered to in tho following dispatch to tho Regis ter and Leader, is Miss Ella Morse a daughter of Mr. A. A. Morse of this citv "Reports como from North Chicago of a splendid, work being dono by a young woman from Iowa, and as a result tho peoplo in the slums of that part of the big city aro being taught how to liv decontly. This work is bomg done along hues that liavo made the Hull liouso of that citv famous for its good work. Tho North Sido settle meiit is known as tho Eli Bates, and is being supported by rich peoplo of Chicago and elsewhero. Miss Morse whose homo is Manchester, Iowa, is at the lioad of this work and is accomplishing a great amount of good through tho medium of our kindergarten, a hbravy, day nursery club rooms and other influences that aro teaching the poor of tho north sido slums tho benefits of a good home and rightoous living. Miss Morso, who is enthusiastically work ing for the accomplishment of good obtained a bargain, when really thoy along these lines, is in high favor for you, and may the Lord have could have bought tlio same quality with the people of her settlement as mercy upon yo,ur souls, Go^d ,byc." right at home, fpr tjio somo or le§s well as with the board that controls' a number of walks were condemned .—Ex. money. '. tho financos of tho institution." and tho city clerk was in instructed -»i£ —Frank Andrews visited ovpr Sunday with Manchester friends. —C. L. Adams, tho llorist, is idv to Idl all orders for cut (lowers lot plants, eti'. for -Memorial Day. \Y ill (i raliaiu went to Kansas ily Saturday morning where he peels uo make Ins homo ill tho future. —John L. Sehclling lias sold to Amanda Bollard the north I.JO feet his residence property west, of, and across the street from, the High liool building. M. F. LcRov and Robert Morrow tartcd for Clinton, Iowa, Monday afternoon to attend a four day's onsistory of the Scottish Rito Ma ons, which is now in session in that itv. -Misses _\ma Carliart.and llilma Scfstrom gave a kitchcn shower, at the homo of the latter, for Miss Helen ranger Saturday afternoon from two to five. Lach guest, brought somo useful present, which was accompanied by an appropriate verse md was read bv Miss Granger dur ing tho courso of the afternoon and afforded much amusement for all. dainty luncheon was served at tlio loso of the shower. —Rev. II. W. Tuttle, pastor of tho Congregational church of this it.y, was unanimously recommended for tho position of Stato Supcr ndent of Sunday Schools at tho meeting of tho Iowa Congre it.ional Association of churches and Ministers which was held Sioux Jitv last week. While this appoint ment is made by tho national asso lation, with headquarters at Boston in this particular case the recom mendation is considered almost the equivalent of an absoluto appoint ment. because the appointing power 'quested the stato association to :iuie the mail that llic church in Iowa desired for the position. If Mr. Tuttle accepts the position it will open for him a much broader 1 of usefulness, but it will prob ably necessitate his removal from Manchester to Grinnell, and that will be a loss to every home in Man hester. Mr. Tuttle has lived this place for tho past sixteen years and and generally endeared himself to its itizens. If duties call him else where for tlio present, may ho re turn again and again mako his home in Manchester. New Advertisements. Simon tV Atwater have another word t" say in regard to tho Auto malic Rcfrigorator, on tho 1st. page. Gildner Bros, aro giving away dress shirts. Read what they say on tho iilli. page. Kuhunity's advortisment deals with corsets, this week. Ad- on itli page. Excursions to St. Paul and Mum apolis, via both roads—Illinois Central and M. & 0. on 7th pago. Tourist excursions to California on -.1 tli. page. Crop Bulletin. ir tho week ending May 11)0"). Tho daily averago tempera ture of tho week was from 2 to -I de grces below normal, with an oxcess of cloudiness. Tho rainfall was moderate, except in a fow localities but lliero was considerable excess of moisturo in all districts, caused by heavy rains of tho preceding week. Field work wis generally resumed oil driest lands about the 17th, and considerable progress lias been made in planting corn. In tho northwest, district the bulk of tho corn acreago has boon plantod in other parts of the state this work is about one-half to three-fourths completed. In all sections the low and undrainod fields are qmto wet, and moro than the usual amount of replanting will be (lone. On dry and warm lands germination has been fairly good. Pastures and meadows show luxuriant growth, and small grain crops aro generally doing -well. Warmer weather is needed for rapid growth. Reports aro not favorable as to tho cherry crop but other fruits aro doing fairly well. With normal weather in the future the general crop conditions will be very satis factory. City Council. The citv council mot in adjournoil session on Monday evening, with Mayor Matthews presiding and tho members of the council all presont. Tho bond of Ed llruby as super intendent of tho water works was approved Tho committeo on streets, alleys, and sidewalks reported a large num ber of walks, in various parts of tho city, to be bad condition, and abutting property owners were noti I fled to make necessary repairs. Also Two Special Suit Days Next Friday and Saturday, May 26-27. As our Men's and 'i onng Men's suit stock is very large, we aro ninking a special effort lo reduce it. Therefore, on the above two days we will give with every suit sold, al $10.00 or above, After biiyingjiuv SroltKh, and then A FINE DRHSS SHIRT WORTH FROM $1.00 to $1.50 thing nl such low ligure for onr TURKIC LAlKi giving you a line dress shirt, ABSOLUTELY FUKU, it certainly means a lug bargain to you and it will pay you come and see, whether ^u intend to buy or not. Come and see those Kuppcnheimcr Suits, and others, at $10.00, $12.50, $15.00 up to $25.00. Those Overalls still toing at .!!c and "0c. GILDNER BROS THREE LARGE STORES. to notify the proper part ies of same. Tlio citv clurk was ordered to draw warrant for the sum of SfiJrtJfi to pay interest on water works bonds, Tlio primary object of tlio special meeting being the consideration of tlio paving question, a goodly dele gallon of tho representative citizens wero present. Soveral petitions wore presented against the proposed paving at present in view of tho pres ent dull period and view of tho fact that tho cily is now at its debt linnt. Several property owners abut ting tho proposed paving extensu also spoke ad verso to tho proposi tion. In order to bring tho question to a vote, Councilman Drew moved that the citv take proper steps lo extend the city paving two blocks east on Mam and one block north on Franklin streets. A canvass of the voto showed that live of the council men were in favor of the proposition ind one against it. Adjourned to meet in special sess ion on Monday evening. May 2!). District Court. The district court was in session Monday forenoon, and adjourned until June 1_'. Tho following mat ters wero disposed of: I'uouvrn. Estate I. IS. Capron. Final re port approved. Admr. discharged and bonds released. Guardianship of August Urcdct. Droppod from docket with permis sion to reinstate upon proper show ing. Estate of Henry Sandhagon. Final and supplemental report approved. Executor discharged. Bond re leased!"' Estate of Sarah A. Brownell. Ordered that real estato bo sold at privato salo as prayed at not less than appraised valuo. Thoodoro Hatch. L. M. Davis and Laura Col ird appointed" appraisers. Ailmr. not required to givo lurther bonds for sale of land. •'.state of Win. lloofer. Will ad mitted to probate. Francisea Hoo fer appointed executrix and bond lixed at !^100. Estato of W. II. Ilickotts. C. II. Ricketts appointed admr. and bond lixed at $1000. Guardianship of James S. Rick etts. Julia Ricketts appointed, guardian and her bond fixed at SL'oOO. Estato of Mary L. Hardy. Appli cation for removal of Admr. dis missed at cost of applicant. Adinr. John II. Hardy tenders resignation which is accepted and he is dis charged and bond released. R. G. Itrooke appointed admr. as per stipulation on file and his bond fixed at .^8000. John II. Hardy al lowed SaO as compensation as per stipulation on filo. Court adjourned until Juno 12tli. Death ot John Yelden of Delaware. Tho melancholy tolling of the German Luthern church bell, Tues day morning, May 10, cast the hearts of tho people of Delaware and vicin ity into tho uiost profound sorrow, for it announced as painful as words could have done, that our beloved brother, John \elden, had passed to the great \inknown. The deceased was born in Germ any, January .50, 18-11. In the spring of 18(5!) ho camo to the United States, remaining in Illinois until tlio fall of the same year, when ho went to Manchester and was united in marriage, September 30, 1.S7J, to Miss Johanna Sclnnttyer. In the spring of 187-1 thoy moved on to tho Hartshorn farm, tlireo quarters of a mile north west of Delaware, wliero they remained until the spring of I860. Thoy tlion settled on their present farm ono and ono quarter nnles north west of Earlville. I'lio angel of death has again stolen into our midst and claimed ono of our most respected citizens. Mr. elden's friends aro numerous and all speak of his many virtues. A Iittlo moro than a year ago ho was takon serioulsy ill and all that modi oil skill and loving care could do was dono, but, no avail. His doom was sealed ho submitted to his suf fering with Christian fortitudo and waited pationtly tho summons of the dread inossengor. Tho deceased was an admirable member of society, a true christian man, a devoted husband, loving father and faithful friend. The death of this noble man ib only an other versification of the saving, "In life we are all in the midst of death." llo leaves to mourn, a faithful wife, four sons and two daughters— Mrs. Clias. Gcntzko, of Minnosota Antony, of Peosta tho four othors residing at home ono sister, Mrs. Win. Maurer, who lives west of town and one brother, Johannes, o? this place. Tho mourners all have the sympathy of hosts of friends. Human sympathy is sweet, but it cannot heal our bleeding hearts. Our only A 4 ifiW ?», i-'^V- S &S t.- «i 4* ib *1/ \U it/ I*/ \it li vi/ \b ft lb lb ib \b ib ib ib ib ib ib ib ib ib \b ib ib \b ib ib to resignedly from (lilt* He doelh consolation is to receive whatcvor may bo sent iii who lias assured us that all things well. ib ib ib lb ib ib lb «b ib lb ib ib ib it I I Mill till' •h of this p. m. and The funeral was heh German Lutheran ch.ir place, Friday at 1 L':.'t) was one of the largest over held here Rev. I1.Schneider had charge of ihe service, preaehin in the German and and English languages, -v Commencement Ei ercises. Tho Co iiuieiicanient exercises of the Manc'lu ster High School will bo held at tho opera house Wed nesday evening, June 7. 'Iho grad uatingclass number fourteen. They aro, Misses Pearl Kenyon, Gene Minkler, Laura Tubbs. Bess Graham Maud Barr, Anna Lien. Agues Scott, Hello Arinistead, and Messrs, Ross ^oung, Carl Norris, lhirry Seeds. Harold Dunham, Earl Seelev and Roy Miller. it ib ib ib ib ib ib ib ib ib ib ib ib ib ib ib ib ib \b \Si Maud liarr, Bess Graham, Agnes Scott and Carl Norris, will deliver orations, Anna Lien will give the class prophesy. Tho other members of tho class will produce the class play "Esmeralda" The play is a comcdy in four acts and is being rehearsed under the supervision of Edgar A. Brazelton. 1'ollowing is the cast. Kstncrulda Mr. ltodgers Mrs UodgerB... Dave Hardy (JeorRe Drew... Mr. Kstrbrook.. .Ia?k Desmond. Nor% Desmond. The Duke Kate Desmond. I'earl Kenyon Carl Norris Laura l'ubbs Harry Seeds 1(083 Young Hoy Miller Harold Dunham Hrlle Armeetead Karl Seeley Gene Minkler Real Estate Tranaters. .. Marcella A. Horn rit at to Bilvar I Mini •1r ilsrvUle lots lli, M3. AS7, hid 1 pt 111 4311,4-10 lu Dutawiiro, lowu $ John U.Sclillllnit amlwf to Amanda I'ol- Uril tbo 130 ft of H'ioflt In tiur rinutin addition to Mauubojlor. Iowa l&O Goo Pouild and wf to Mary K. ltvl/. I of sw ti ot no Si of soo 4 t'.v til north rauitoS loco IjRO. 11. narraud wf to Goo. F. l'otiud •, of ne of see 4 twp si) ami so of SB Of 860 3J twp OJ 8U0 I' r.-3 W. Barr and Mary E. turr ti. try chamber!. Its 1. *2.3 and 4 in b:k 1 In town of Thorpo. Iowa 150 00 To whom it may concern: 1 suf fered with kidney troublo and catarrh for six years. I could not do but little work when I first saw Dr. Shallenberger, the Chicago Specialist. Now I can work all duv have gained 10 lbs in weight. The Doctor will do as ho tells you. Wnto to mo and I will toll you.all. Henry C.-Tonesfeldt, Odgen, la. A copy of "Lake Lore" can be procured by applying to Mr. S. N. Buird Dep. lrrt. and Pass. Agt., C. M. A: St. P. Ry. Dubuque, Iowa. Lako Loro tells about many of tlio pretty lakes,-is illustrated, and can bo had free for the asking. Manchester Markets. Butter, dairy Mutter, creamery. Errs Potatoes ChickenB Cattle, lb Veal Calves Hogs 11 By tame, Ioobo.. Hay, wild, Bran .-. Mlddiling6 bhorts Barley Oats Corn 4 20 15 14 SO 7 8 3 OU-4 00 4 4 75-5 00 00-7 50 5 50 17 00 111 00 17 00 40 'il 4ti House for Rent. tf HUBERT OARR. LOW RATE AND Through Tourist Sleepers DENVER, COLO. July 3, 1905. On account of tbe Internotlonal Kp wortb League Convention to be held at Douver, July 5-9.1905, the Illinois Uen tral has arranged to run through Tour ist bleepers to Denver, via Omaha and the C., It. 1. & I'., and wlil Bell excur sion tickets to Ddnver at a very low rate, 'lheae Sleepers will leave Man chester at 9:00 a. m. July 3, and thd ex cursion rate from that point to Donvur and return will be only 322.40. Tht one way rate per double berth to Den ver In these Touriat Sleepers will be only 82.50. The rail rood tlckfte to Den ver will be limited to July 14th for re turn, but on deposit of ticket at Den ver and payment of fifty cent fee, they may be extended to August for return. For reservation in these through Bleepers, apply as early as possible be fore July Ut to J. F. Merry, Asst. Uen 1*888. Agent X. C. It. K. Dubuquu, Iowa Also write to hlin at once for printed matter and llluntrated tolders about Denver and other Colorado resorts, and the many side trips to bo madta from Denver. jul 1 Notice of Appointment ot Adminis trator. }ss. 8TATR OF IOWA, Delaware Couuty Notick In IIkuehy Givkn,That tho under Bignod has been duly appointed nuri quallUAfl oh Administrator of tho Kotato of W. 11. Hick* otts late of' Delawaro couuty, deceased. All persons Indebted to said ostnte are requested to mako Immediate paymeBt. and those having claims against the sume will present them duly authenticated, to the undersigned for al lowance. Dated May 22d, 1005, 91w8 C. U. RICKETTS, ,^ -i "V* «. ^vV £L B. CLARK May Sale OF EMBROIDERIES, ETC. You (an *n\* hom Jo to ...J', per cent, by buying I iifii-iwoiir (it tins sale. Saving, of course, is only out1 llmig, as to quality no'e those points: All our ^aiint uts nn1 (,-atetully made, styles are such as you would nmlvi youisrlf il you had the tune, sizes not skimped but full mid generous. Dining this *nle we will oiler about 10 pieces of I,mbiruderk\s, ranging in width from ono to ten imcIh-.h, ovriy piece a saving of .JO to per cent- Mid=Season Reduction ON Suits ieduced to »)0 per cent, to close up the sea eon's choiCL-bt styles and cloths. 25 Cloth skirts 111 good sizes and lengths, every one a bargain at prices from $1.75 to S'i.OO, to close out ut $:S-00 and §d.75. B. CLARK. CLOTHING. We are offering great bargains in our Clothing Department. Men's, I Boys' and |Youth's Suits, correct in style and low in price, made by L. Lowenstein & Sons. Call and take js a look at this line. We can do you good, if it is Clothing you want. HATS. We also have a complete assort- ment of Men's and Boys' Hats and Caps. Give us a call. W. L. DREW! Just a few words about CORSETS. We have the Puritan Corset in all styles at 49c Also a good Summer Corset, White Batiste, at 25c «&5\. '0 9} 9* W 9» 9\ 9\ 9\ (f 9\ or. ili ifc 49 KALAMITY.