Newton Daily Republican from Newton, Kansas on August 7, 1890 · Page 4
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ivT02,:DAILY KSI'UULICAN, HDXYLVLMm, AUGUST 7, U20. RAILROAD Tl.TIE TABLES. ATCHISON. TyriKA SAKTA I B. ITime Tibia No. 87, effeeUve June 1, 18S0. SU8TWA8D. Arrive N.r. Kz U:uam Chicago B 11:1 m Atlauue Bi 1.4v pm ko. ..'tufa lu.ouiiu IAK.. gbt. DtousaVipree 3:10pm WI8TWAID. Colorado Kz :80 m Pad. AT, x. Kz.... 8;U6pm kkuSsanllieifoEx 1:26 p m Denver Cuts fcx &:) p m Depart ll:luaD ll:jam X:(v p m lu:upm b:ruam 4:uUpm 6:46 am 3;1U pm 6:60 p m 6:4(1 p m ll:iam :0Upo Depart . 6.4U a m . 8:16 p ib Do. 4 ho. ho. I 0. 8 ho. 4 Ho. SB No. J Mo. 1 fo. 4 No. i ho. freight lU:dom ho U Loval Freight.. BOtJTH BOUMD. HO. Vll ho. till ho. ;u6 ho. 417 Ark. City Oklahoma Kz. 'fezaa hi Xiohlt Caldwell Kz. .... 6:60 p m Local Freight lU:Wlam KOHTB BOUND. Arrive Atlantlo Bz 1:40 pm Denver Express, 6:4) pm Mo. Hirer Bz lU:u6pm iretght 11:14 p m Ho. U0 ho. 4UB No. 418 TKA1N 8EBV1CK. Tntlni 1 and 2, daily, between Chloago and Ban Frauoisoo and Chicago1 and Oaivegton, oarr j palaoe and tourist sleepers. Kastbound, arrive Kansas City B:1A p. in. aud Chicago 11:56 a. u.; westbound, arrive Ban Francisco :46 p.m. Trains S and 4, daily, between Chicago, Bl Taio aud southern California, via Kinsley cut-on", oarrv palace and tourist sleepera. Kast-ttoucd. Kansas City 7:40 p. m. and Chicago 11:66 a. m. ; westbound, arrive Bl Paso li:U6D. m..Loa AK'tt :j:0OD. m.. dan Dievo . :3ft p. m. Tralni 6 and 8, "Cannonball," dally, between inioago ana uenver, nave vescwuie weepers, tree una roars and dining ears. Bastbound. arrive Kansas city, o.UUp. m.and.Cbioagoti:6U a. m.: westbound, arrive rueoio :aa a. m Colorado Springs 7145 a. ni.,aut Jeuvei lu:& a. m. Note: No, t, i and 6 make connection at Florence for Bl Dorado and Mcfherson branobes.and at Strong City for ADlieue, sauna, uoneoraia ana superior. Trains 7 aud 8 (407 408) aany, carry sleepers between Denver and Kansas city, between Arkansas City and Kansas City, and between bt. Joseph and Wiobua ; also free chair oars between Caldwell and Kaneas City. No. 7 oonneuta with branch trains at Hutchinson, ureal tseoo ana learned. hoe. 42, 18 aud 417 are local freights, 417 being daily. ho.88lsdallystockezpress; hos 80 and 418 are dailv freiubta. Train 4ul has througn sleepers arriving Ft. Worm 7:16 a. m. and Galveston 11:40 p. m.; 4061sdueatWlohita:66p. m. ana Caldwed :40 p. m. ; 407 arrives Arkansas City lo:oo p. ni Uuiluie 1:64 p. m. and Purcell 4U0 p. in. For information about ticket rates, routes, Pullman reservations, etc, address U. J. HAKTMAN, AguA. T. 4 d.F.B.B., Newton. Tlie iniMour! Fkcifio Hallway. FT. BCOTT, WICHITA as WESTEHN K. K. KABTWAHD Mail. WBhTWABD Malt LlAva. LBAVI, Newton 19.10 a ml St. Louis 8:20 pm braluerd U:aiam Potwin 11:44 ami Kt. Scott 8:40 a m HI Dorado 2:iU P m Bi Dorado.... lis -40 p m Ft. ttoott 8:40 p ml fotwln .8:16 p m iJratnerd 8:86 p m ARttlVB. Newton 4:40 p m ABH1VI. Bt. Louis 8:40 an, Hakes dlreot oonnection at El Dorado for points east and west. Through chair oars to tit. Louis from Bl Dorado wltnout obange. Depot ootner Sixth Bt. and Kansas Ave. City UfSoe 601 Main BU T. W. RANDALL, Agt. Aims cements FOB SCPIBIHTkRDBBT 01" PUBLIC 1N8TKUO TIOB. I hereby announoe myself as a candidate for the uepublioan nomination for Superintendent of Fubllo Instruction of Harvey county. W. F. Willis. Newton, July 1, 1800. We are authorized to announoe the name of B. T. Danner of Fieasaot township as a candidate for renomtnation for the omoe of Superintendent of Fud lo Instruction, subject to the Republican primaries. f OB 0LBBK Of TBI DISTRICT OOUBT. Subject to the action of the Republican primaries, I am a candidate fur the oilloe of Clerk oi the District Court. B. J. Uoohwaltkh,' Halateed, July 2, 1880. I am a candidate for the Republican nomination for t lerk of tne District Court of Harvey oouniy. J. C. Kicu. Newton, July 23, 1800. I hereby announce myself a candidate for tne omce or uteri or the District Court or Harvey county, subject to the Republican prima ry eieouon . job . r oii z . I am a candidate for the office or Clerk ot the District court of Harvey oounty, subject to the deolsiou of the Republican primary elec tion. ALBERT L. JOHHSTON, Newton, Kansas, August 2, 1800. FOBOOnMTT ATTORNEY. I am acandldate for the office of countv at torney of Harvey dbuoty, subjeot to the de cision oi tne uepuoucan primary election. CHAKLI8 E. llKAMINB Newton, Kansas, July 12tb.l8W. I shall be a oandldate for the Republican nomination tor county Attorney. Clahenck SpoOKBR. Newton, Kansas, Aug., 4, 1800. I am a oandldate for the Republican uoml nation for County Attorney. J no. D.Bkbrt. Newton, Kansas, August 7, 1800. PBOBATI JBDQl. I am a candidate for renomlnatinn by the Republicans of Harvey oountv for the office oi rronate juage. u. t bloar. Newton, July 28, 'W. TOB RIPBB8INTATTVI. I shall be a oandldate before the eounty Republican nominating convention for representative from Harvey county In the state legislature. John w, Bhivb Lake Township, July 30, 1W0. STKAf KD On August the 4th, from the South Side l.verv stable, one dark bay mare four years old.white faoe. Finder please Teturn to w m. rnerson. CITY SUMMARY. Go to Dotson's for vegetables. Good creamery batter at Mc Adams'. For good grocery. peaches go to McAdams' Mrs. J. F. Cheatham and children left for Guthrie yesterday. Miss Ella Adams will go to Denver this evening for a two weeks vacation. Special attention is given to ladies' and children's hair cutting at Ollinger's barbershop. , A union temperance prayer meeting will be held at the Methodist church to-night. J. C. Watson of Marion is here con-erring with his partner, Adolph Hay, concerning some big contracts they have recently taken. Meals served at the Star restaurant are as good as ever, and John Mitchner the genial proprietor, is always glad of new customers. Patronize him . The. Rev. W. J. Martindale returned yesterday from Marion where he had been to see to the arrangements for the camp meeting to be held there beginning August 20. To the teachers and visitors ot the Normal: I extend an invitation to you to make your headquarters at my gallery on West Fifth street. . - W. E. Lang an. The Newton Steam Laundry having received two new machines, a combined collar, cuff and shirt machine and a new washing machine, can now guarantee first-class work In the future. We shall do a strictly cash business from date. F. B. Peters, Proprietor. Hot toir Pric 05! Have proven to be a great success at H. M. Walt's and as we want to clean out all summer goods before our fall stock begins to arrive, we will continue our cost sale on the following goods: Challies, White Goods, Summer Corsets, Parasols, Fans, tent's, Ladies' and. Children's Underwear, Summer Shawls, Silk Gloves and Mitts, French and Zephyr Ginghams, Sat-ines, Lawns, Outing Flannels, China Silks, etc. Remember these all go at Net Cost. Mr. Walt is in New York and every one knows what he is there for so look out for new goods in a short time. H. 1YI. VflLT. OPEN TO THE FUBLIC. the KATiom mm SHOP Hu Just reolved two Climax Revolving Rar-ner Cndrs, the only first-class chairs In New-Ion. Our Fans are perfeo our ohalrs are the most comfortable In the city and our WORK CANNOT BE EXCELLED. CAYTON & STAUB, Prop's No. 623 MAIN STREET. O-Ladle's and Children's Hair Cutting a specialty. Inatltnte Note. Benjamin Bally, an old Normal chum from Topeka, was a pleasant caller at the Institute this morning. Several new members added to-day. The phonic word and sentence meth od were ably presented and thoroughly discussed in Miss Reasoner's method class. The subject of longitude and latitude was presented this mornljg in Prof. Allen's class and the professor made It very interesting and plain, showing the class just how to present the subject to little children. We were favored with several atten tive visitors, two of whom were Harry Mills and Prof. Bower. We are glad to notice that one of our young ladies has profited by the lecture of Dr. Hoss and has taken up the study of law. She says she thinks the first lessons are quite easy. We were handed the following this morning by a normallte; "Tell me not in mournful numbers life is but an empty dream, when a girl that weighs one hundred can eat a whole dollar's worth of ice cream. Our conductor can tell you who was out late last night. Miss Herrick gave an interesting recitation on the topio "Alphabetic method" of teaching. Some of our teachers became a little too noisy in the hall, at times this morning. , Many of our teachers are found daily in Mrs. Campbell's primary class taking notes, making inquiries, and examining the work done there. Mrs.-Campbell always has her pupils awake to their work. We believe this to be the most interesting as well an the most instructive work, for new teachers at least, in our institute. ,, R. W. Denny and H. T. Lantis have returned from Imarls, Mexico, where they went to Inspect a mine in which Mr. Denny and the Messrs. Winans are Interested. They report having had a pleasant trip and Mr. Lantis, who is an expert miner, says that the property is the best he ever examined. They say that that part of Mexico abounds in rich mineral deposits and they think they have found a fortune. We hope they are right. Office Of County Superintend ent of Public Instruction:, Newton Kas., Aug., 7, 1890. The regular examination of applicants for teachers' certificates will be held in the High School building, Newton, Kansas, .Friday and Saturday August 22 and 23, 1800, opening at 9 o'clock Friday morning. . Bring legal cap paper, pen or pencil. S.T. Danner, County Superintendent. With this issue we announce the can didacy of J. D. Henry for the office of county attorney. Mr. Henry came to Newton from Illinois and has been in active practice of the law here for about six years. During that time be has built up a reputation for straightfor wardness and diligence in business and fidelity to bis friends'. He is. without doubt one of the most conservative and progressive young attorneys of our county. This is the first time that Mr. Henry has ever come before the people soliciting an office at their hands. He is a good lawyer, strictly temperate and In favor Of the full moral enforcement of the law, absolutely, without fear or favor. Farmer Hildreth is in good spirits yet, for he believes there will be more corn than some people think. He says that Kansas is good enough and that is folly to have the blues. Once more the farmer is right. j EM IT Hi To make room for our fall Sweep of all Flannel Coats Alpaca Coats, Straw Hats. ZiT ACTUAL C0ST American and ' White Goods, Parasols, Etc., all til The t'ennty Commla toner gpeak. Whereas the Board of County Com missioners have been charged with doing injustice to one Daniel Shomber in the matter of raising bis assessment In Walton township, and Whereas, the board having no per sonal interest in the matter believe that they have only done their duty, hereby giye all the facts In the case in order that the taxpayers in Harvey county may judge for themselves. Herewith find figures attached as Daniel Shomber returned as tax assessor, and raised by the Bjurd of County Commissioners: Horses six months and over 1H head 1188. raised to 3S Cattle sli months and over 20 head 57. Hoirs Hx months and over 22 head 83. Farm implements iV. Wagons i 15. Carriages of every description, 3 10. Silver watch, 1 2. , Musical Instruments, 1 IV. 3 owl vaiueorall other pe--soual prop'rtv 62. Constitutional Exemption 200 IIW RIAL ISTATK IMPROVX11IHTS. Ehf sw seo. 8... ...I 26 1 raised Improve-. ... 180 1 ments 1630. A. Moore, P. 0'Brien, II. D. Hacknet. W hf sw seo. 8 , Good creamery butter at McAdams' t'liy Mchoola. To the Editor of The Republican. The public schools will open September 1. The examination of teachers for positions in the city schools will be held Monday and Tuesday, August 25 and 26. Newpupild and any others who may desire examination will be examined Wednesday and Thursday, August 27 and 28. The assignment of teachers for the ensuing year is as follows: , First Ward Schooi-Prof. W. S., Allen, principal; Miss Alice L. Smith, first assistant: Miss Carrie C. Morse, second assistant; Miss Ella Gregg, grade 7; Miss Anna Vezie, grade 6; Miss Lou Dunn, grade 6; Miss Mary A. Kigby, grade 4; Miss Agnie Dunn, grade 8; MlssIIulda Rich, grade 2; Mis Sara Norton, grade 1. second Ward School Mr. D. A, Hauck, prlncipal,gradea 7 B and6; Miss M. L. Miller, grade 5; Miss Addie Krapp, grade 4; Miss Florence Puett grade 3; Miss Carrie F. Bradley, .grade 2; Mrs. Delia I. Agnew, grade 1. Third Ward School-Mr. W. F. Wil lis, principal, grades 7 and 6 A; Miss Nora Clymer, grades 6 B and S A; Miss Ida Griffith, grades 6 B and 4 A; Miss Lizzie A. Smith, grade 4; Miss Belle Denny, grade 8; Miss Nellie Mack, grade 2; Mrs. Ruth Campbell, grade J. W. Cooper, Superintendent. Knlghta of Aurora. A temple of the Knights of Aurora was organized in this city last night with forty charter members. A. F, roster, supreme commander of the or der in the United States, and L. E. Nieschang, organizer of the order, con ducted the business of the evening. A fine banquet was served ' at the Bon Ton. The following officers were elec ted Excellent Commander -Kobt. Dough erty. Vice Commander D. Felaar. KegHit-F. P. Hinkle. Oracle-M. O. N. Houck. ' Trustees F. P. Hinkle, Henry Hart, ana u. u. uumn. Messenger Grant Slieppard. Observer J. M. Stnger. 8antinel-T. H. Sharits. Medical Directors Axtell & Nolder, The t'nlversal Verdict of the Feoole Who nave used Clarke's extractor Flax (Papillon) Skin Cure award it the first and highest place as e remedial aeentm all cases of Skin Diseases Erysipelas, Eczema. Pimples, unsightly blotches, humiliating eruptions. Boils, Carbuncles, Tetter, etc., all yield to this wonderful preparation at once Price li. 00 for a large bottle at F.P, H inkle's Drue Store. Clarke's Flax Soap is good for the skin. Try it. Price 25cents. The best grade of photos and the finest artistic effects from a card size to a life size can be had. at Langan's, the leading photographer to-day. 2,237 names in the last year and ten months will prove this and better yet. Over 2,000 samples in our gallery to be seen. Only ground floor gallery in the city. One price to all with all privileges en your side. It you are not satisfied with bur work we will pay you for your trouble in sitting. Yours, W. E. Lang an. iui ml stock we will make a Chan and Vests, . ' ' ' French Sateens, Etc. 0 Mplkca and Mparka. A WEDDING AND A RECEPTION, Yesterday evening at 8 o'clock Mr R. J. Maloney and Miss Emma Elliott were united in marriage by the Rev. M j.uaseyac nis resiance. iney were attended ;by Mr. Chas. C. Brant and Miss Nellie Elliott as groomsman and bridesmaid. . . After the ceremony the bridal party repaired to the home of Mrs. Mary Maloney, grandmother of the bride groom, where a reception was given for them. .The bride was attired in a stjlish and becoming dress of white Sicilian cloth and much was bp id in praise of her appearance by the throng of guests as they pressed for ward to express their good wishes. Be tween ten and eleven o'clock the compa ny was requested to take seats at a table loaded with good tblogs which were duly appreciated. The guests tarried until a late hour and when they finally departed it was with reluctance to leave the scene ot so much pleasure. Mr. Maloney is a Unman on the Santa Fe, and is an industrious and worthy young man. His bride is the daughter of J.B. Elliott of the Na tlonal hotel and is a handsome and charming young lady. They have al ready commenced keeping bouse on West Seventh street. The following is a list of the presents received by the bridal couple: Silver knives and forks, Ed O'Connor; half dozen napkins, Bertha Mier; pair tow els, Mr. and Mrs. W. II. McKnight mash and milk set. D. and J. Conway toilet case, Frank Kelly;lndividual caster, Mr. and Mrs. Joe Weigand; picture throw, Miss Lonie vogel; silver tea spoons, Mrs. J. U. Murphy; silver nap kin rings .Cousins Jim and Anna; oxi dized silver fruit knives, Cousin Joe damask table cloth.Mrs. J. G. McNeill half dozen napkins Mr. and Mrs. Will Lindner, E F Lehman; silver fruit bas' ket. Sadie and U. F. Brant; gold lined berry spoon, Sadie Brant; glass fruit set, Victoria Crandall wine set, Tom and Aggie Breen; gold lined sllverjtea set, Thos. Murphy, Jos Baxter, W. O. Carswell, A.B. andE E. Conrad; silver cake basket, Lizzie and Dan Gracy; toothpick holder and patent dish cloth, sister Lilla;bead rest, Mute Minnie Kelly; table cloth, Mr, and Mrs. H. M. Walt; table cloth, Mr and Mrs. Slager; work stand, Nellie Elliott; ornamented jug, Walter Fow ler; bronze statues, Miss Maggie Kelly sachet bag and towel. Lillle Elliott china chamber set, esteemed friend framed marriage certificate, Rev.M. J Casey;pitcher and pickle dishes, Mrs, Hall; handsome lamp, Lizzie Andes. There's a bleaslne; In the bottle on whose label we oan read Dr. Fleroe's Favorite Prescription, for tbe woman w no nas need Of a remedy for troubles none but women ever know. Tls ber best and truest friend, and happy thousands call It so, As they think of years of sun" ring that were theirs before It came. Bringing them the balm of healing and they oiess me very name of this wonderfullv. and deservedly popular remedy for the various ills woman is hir to. "Favorite Prescrip tion" is the only medicine for women, sold by druggists, under a positive guarantee, from the manufacturers, that it will irlve satisfaction in every case, or money will be refunded. This guarantee has been printed on the bot- tlewrspper, and faithfully carried out tor niauy years. . Good oreamery butter at Mo Adams'. A Slues) at Bethel College. Work on Bethel College Is now pro gressing rapidly, I. 8chroll. who has the contract for the stone work, has nineteen men working for him, and Hanna Bros., who have the carpenter work in charge, are employing a num ber In their department. The massive building is gradually mounting skyward and the view from It is fine even now, when the first story is barely com menced. When It Is completed no bet ter place for seeing the country can be found anywhere. It is expected that the first story will be finished In Octo ber or November. The work on it is good la every respect and the building when completed will besot only strong and durable but very handsome and it great credit to Newton. - Ladles try Dr. Le Duo's Periodica Pills from Paris, France. JCstablished Europe 1839; England 18-r0; Canada 1878; Unltod States 1SS7. 12, or three boxes for 15. Positively remove all ir regularities or money refunded. THE AMi.KJ.CAN 1'iJL.L. JO., woyaity rro- priotors, Spencer. Ia. Ihe publio and trade supplied by E. E. Conrad, wholesale aud retail s-3iit, Newton, Kansas Buy your gasoline at Dotaon's. Fresh, nice peaches for sale at II. H. McAdams'. Mr. and Mrs. C. R McLaid boarded the 11:25 train for Chicauo. Quite a party started to iM ston this morning. AmoDg the number were Mr. and Mrs. C. W. Chase, Mr. and Mrs. W. L. Ross, T. N. Hanson aud daughter Matt'.e, Mr. and Mrs.- A. H. McLain. Mr. and Mrs. E. P.'LIbbv, Mrs. A. F. Jernigan, Mr. and Mrs. W. E. Francis and Geo. Wichert. A business man declared yesterday that bis advertising will be done here after in newspapers. He says that he has tried handbills until he is satisQed that they do not pay. The Refubli can has always contended for the correctness of this proposition. A reliable paper which is daily or weekly and reg ularly read by a great number of people is the only sure medium through which those people can be leached. The most successful business men that have ever lived all testify to this, Make a note of it, . " Eye lajared. Willie Wilkinson was picked In the eye by a wounded crane which he was attempting to helpyesterday. The in jury is quite serious. . , Born. To Mr. and Mrs. W. C, Carswell, Aug. 5, at Delaware, Ind., a boy. Yesterday, to Mr. and Mrs. P. M. Hoisington, a girl, . . 1 ;. . .. . , Mona of Veterans. There will be a special meeting of Shilob Camp No. 80 on Friday evening August 8, at F. A. Agnew's office. Let tbeie be a full attendance. ; U. Brtjnner, Captain. Bled. " Grady .the infant son ot Mr. and Mrs. Chas. Bucher, died this morning of summer complaint at the age of eleven month. The funeral took place at o'clock this afternoon from the residence on West First street. Church Socials. ihe social given by the ladies of the Christian church at the residence of J li. Fugate last night was largely at tended and a very pleasant affair. Tbe Methodist ice cream social given in West Park last night was productive of much pleasure to the many who at tended. The financial results were also good. - The .Mow Discovery. rou nave neard your friends and neighbors talking about it. You may yourself be one of the many wbo know from personal experiencejust how good a thing it is. If you have ever tried it. you are one of its staunch friends, because the wonderful thing about it is, that when once given a trial. Dr. King's new iiuuvery ever BriernoidS a place in the house. Tfyou have never used :t and should be afflicted with a cough, nnlri. nr snv Thrnut. T.nnr. it.. trouble, secure a bottle at once and give it a fair trial. It is guaranteed every time, or money refunded. Trial bottles free .1. B. Dickey's Drugstore . A..H. Kxennloa to BesteaJ The Santa F6 Rootci have arramrpri to run a Pullman tourist sleeping car through from Kansas City to Boston via Chicago, Port Huion, Niagara Fills, Kingston, Montreal and White River Junctioo, Vt The rates for space in this car are placed at the exceedingly low rate of 12,60 for double nertn irom Kansas vity to Boston Space reserved by applying to G. J. Hartman, Agent. jk jrtnerence In Oentlemen.' Servant There's gentleman down stairs, ma'am. -.--- Mistress Show blm up to the parlor. , Servant But he hu come to clean the chlmbly. i '. ' . ' Mistress Then show him np the 'chimney. Chatter A Gratifylug Indorsement. 1 "John, Charles, Williaral" cried the boys' mother, "where are those peaches I left heref" "In our midst," returned the boys, and when the doctor called that night the mother knew that her little darling bad spoken truthfully as well as with a grammatical accuracy that Is not universal Kew York Suo. - ( Be Was Frightened. "Oh.- no, let's not go!" exclaimed the little boy as his nurse proposed going on board a yacht, and then the youngster burst into tears. , "Why, Willis, what in the world is the mMr" "I Just b-h-heard one m-m-man tell an other to set the s-s-spanker." Providence Journal. . Love Figuratively Told. True love Is I derf uliy nice, , Oft un Iotpts sworn, -The earth lembW riaradlse, And sometimes it's i lorn. - , ' ' Some lovers can't stir 5 alone, " And love 0 symptoms show; Some think It's 7 with their own, And some ere 8Hir woe. , , Borne, when tlielrsweethearts look, be , Feel suuh a 10 Uer thrill; Some, when they don't, for 0 will pine - And seek a grave 8 (ill. , . , A weighty maid fell down at length; , Her beau niMhed II uiwist her; She was D M0- his strength, Bo 10 Uerly he kissed her. Ebe candy 8 be 4 her beau, And had a toothache 4 it; When her Sl-W) cried, although . With 40 tude she hare It. ; "4-OTv walled knar, cried Will, ''Now halve me, 1 would wed thee, "You'll have iU me until You're 1 a 4 tune," said she. H. C. Imlg in Detroit Free Press, siV N fcS. JUL . . UPHOLSTERING Now is the best time to have your old furniture repaired, re finished and reupholstered as 1 can afford to do it cheaper than during the busy season. I have the only stock of upholstery goods and employ the only upholsterer in the city and am prepared to do such work in a thorough and artistic manner. , ESTIMATES FURNISHED IF DESIRED. Upholstered Spring Beds, Hair and other Mattresses, Lounges, Chairs and Parlor Suits made to order by skilled workmen. Furniture, Carpets, . Window Shades,. Curtains, Curtain Poles, Pictures, Picture Mouldings, Mirror Plates, French Picture Glass, Baby Buggies and artistic Furniture Novelties at wholesale and retail. Call and get my prices. w. c. POWERS. Nos. 512 and "514 Main St. NEWTON. KAS Whs Told the Tratht There appears in this issue a statement made by tbe Board ot County Commissioners cooBnuioR what Tbe Republican said relative to the rals rag of the valuation which D. Shomber, as an assessor, bad placed upon his own property. This will settle tbe question for all that did not care to go to the books and see fortbemselves that The RgPTJBLiCAN was right when it made revelation. Several have thought that Toe Republican should have given more notice In the way of a reply to the diarrhea of epithets which Shomber poured out against the editor of this paper through tbe medium of two irresponsible and characterless publications; but as be did not and could not disprove tbe correctness of the figures quoted, there was nothing which admitted of reply. No one for whose opinion The Republican cares a fig could have been influenced or convinced by the discharge from Sbomber's literary pustule. So it was deemed sufficient, in reply to bis answer which did not answer, merely t reaffirm what before bad been vreseuted. To illustrate tbe unreasonable jess of the man, and particularly of bis article, it is only necessary to state that be declared that tbe editor of this paper, who was not bom until tbe war was nearly at an end, played the part of a copperhead in I that treat conflict. So much for the author's reliability. It if a rule in all well regulated newspaper offices never to flirt with a fool; wherefore The Republican paid but little attention to an article which condemned in the public mind, not only its author, but also those who gave it circulation. ,' But since the commissioners have re-opened the case, a brief statement of what it is may be appropriate. On tbe 19 ultimo an Alliance convention was held in this clty-or rather, a Union Labor convention, for Republi cans absented themselves therefrom and tbat body denounced . both the old parties as being grossly dishonorable and dishonest, and declared tbat those wbo would affiliate wltb said parties should not be trusted. That convention also elected as its president D. Sbomberi As a member of the greatest party that is living or that has ever lived, The Republican deemed it pertinent to ask this new organization by what right it stood before the people as the synomym of party honor, lie that judges must' be Judged,, and attention war naturally and rightly turned to the president and chief of the judges. What was found has already been written down, and to-day the commissioners eon firm the finding. To tbat finding not the shadow of an answer bas ' 'been male. The onlv possible loophole 'in ' The Re publican's original article is in con nection with the statement as to when Shnmhfir's barn was built. ' Having effectually ' punctured the balloon of a demogagio "reform" as pirant for tbe legislature. The Re publican is satisfied. It bas nothing to take back it bas everything to repeat it will stand by what It says. A Vmlamhls Hemedr- . A letter from 8.1. VFardwell, Bos ton, savs "I used Clarke's Extract of Flax (papillion) catarrh cure in June last for Hay Fever with great satisfac tion and it is the only thing 1 bave seen which would allay, without irritation, the inflammation of the nostrils ami throat. Its soothing and healing properties were marked and immediate. Large bottle $1.00 Clarke's Flax Soap is the latest and best. Try it s cents. Ask for them at Hinkle's Drug Store. Have Har rad Feddsr. The shortness of the corn crop in ad joining counties will probably make it necessary for cattlemen to winter stock In this locality, which is one of the most favored of tbe state. There can be no doubt tbat the large herds of stock which have been reared within the past two years will make an unusual draft upon counties that can furnish fodder, for In many places there will be but iitue or 11. It therefore behooves our farmets to put up all the hay and fodder that they can. It may turn out that cornfields that promise little will really yield a goodly sum If their , owners will only husband the fodder. ' The wise man Is he whe takes the instant by the forward top and turns bad situations to good account. Pile high the fodder. Beading Circle. The Ladies Reading Circle will meet attbs tvdidence of Mrs. S. D. Williams to-motrow afternoon. JOHN Z. JOHNSTON, DEALER IN PUMPS & GARDEN TOOLS. 21S Main St. South of track. SEASON OF 1890. REMOVED 10 SOUTH SIDE. -FOB- FIRST diSS EilER III In evary particular sail St 306 MAIN 8TREET, SOUTH SIDE. Where rou will Bna the expert erlenoed artists. T. H. Sharits and W. C. service. Their work la inarlts and W. C. Molloban, at four Their work Is not szaslM In tbe oily, will be pleased to see all old outtoaers ana mtoj new ones. Thos. H. Sharits, Proprietor. NOTICE OF APPLICATION FOR fABSOM. STATS OF KANSAS, I County of Harvey, l"-All person oonoerned are hereby notified that Chas. Humphrey, lately otnvloted and now oonflned in the Harrey oounty Jail for violating the prohibitory law of the state ot Kansas, will on Saturday, Auauit 28, mho, at Topeka, Kansas, apply to the governor ef the said state for a pardon and to be released irom tne payment or me siw one imposed as a parte of his sentence. Chas. Hdmpbrit. NOTICE OF APPLICATION FOB PARDON. STATU OF KANSAS, I Harve County. I All persons oonoerned hereby notifled than Thomas Meess, who was lately eon-victed of violating the prohibitory law of the state of Kansas in tbe District lourt of Harvey oounty, Kansas, will apply to Hon. Lyman U. Humphrey, governor of the state of Kansas, lor a pardon, and for a release from the payment of the f 108 Sne imposed as part of bis sentence, said application to be beard on Saturdac, August 23, MHO, in the olty of Topeka, Kansas. Thomas Ubiu. BtasoIatUns f aVwpsct. At a meeting of Hope Hose Co, No. 1 held at their roome last evening, tbe following resolutions were adopted: Whereas, It has-pleased tbe Almighty Uod to remove from our midst our worthy and esteemed fellow fireman, F. 11. JBiddlecom, and W Hebe as, Inrougb. his death wa have lost a true and faithful comrade, bis wife a loving husband, bis relatives and friends a kind and considerate companion, therefore, be it Resolved, Tbat the wisdom and ability he has exercised in the aid of our company, by counsel and service, bo held in grateful remembrance. Resolved, Tbat the sudden removal of suub a man from onr company, in which he bas been a leading member for the past eighteen months, leaves a vacancy and a shadow that will be deeply realized by all members of this company and its friends, and will prove a grievous loss to us all. Resolved. Tbat. witn deD sympathy with the afflicted relatives and friends of the deceased, we express an earnest nope that even so great a bereavement may be- overruled for their highest good. . Resolved, That, as a token of respect held for the deceased, thetroom of Hope Hose Co. be draped in mourning for thirty days. Resolved, That a copy of these resolutions be spread upon the records of this company, a copy presented to tbe widow of the deceased, and a copy given to The Newton Dailt Republican for publication. Jos. Foltz, J. C. Ely, Fbank F. Kxllt, . Committee. . The fint kttea. Perhaps you are run down, cant eat, can't sleep, can't think, can't do any. thing to your satisfaction, an J you wonder what alls vou. Yon should heed the warning, you are taking tbe first step in Nervous Prostratloj. xou need a Nerve Tonic and In fiifttstria Bitters you will find the exact remedy for restoring your nervous system to ite normal, healtbv condition. Surprising results follow tbe use of this great Nerve Tonlo and Alternative. lour appetite returns, good digestion la restored, and the liver and Kidneys resume healtbv action. Try a bottle. Price 60c, at Dickey's Drdg 8tore. Weather ObeerraUeaus. The temperature and tbe barometric condition of the atmosphere, as taken at Reese's Palace Drug Store, Thursday Aug. 7, 1890, are as follows: -Thermometer 7 a. m. 70 deg., .12 m. 95 deg.,2p. m. lOldeg. Harometer 7 a. m. 29.67 deg., 12 m. 29.65 deg., 2 p. tn. 29.64 deg. "Deatt Wtil te Es." It is withe greatest confidence that Hood's Sarsaparilla is recommended for loss of appetite. Indigestion, sick headache and similar troubles. - Tbla medicine gently tones tbe stomach, assists digestion, and makes one kriJ hungry." Persons in delicate health, after taking Hood's Sarsaparilla. a few days, find themselves longing for . and eating the plainest food with ussx-pected relish.

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