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THB THURSDAY. SEPTEMBER 10, 1890.
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for parity, and (or IniproTrmcut of the rom
plliiB aothlBg aqaala IMmni'i I'uarDaa.
tkm . ItJaaaa )V v A i.
Contiourd fron: Second Pare.
iti)Vi l in I'veiT way ojn-u to the liuiuim
iiitcllf rt that ";W is a shiftiiif; and nn
fit.ililf Ktiiiirlarrl of ralnf, fur niore nu-
Ftahlc tliaii sil vi r, ami that twice with
in the nifnsorr "f meu not very old it
hu. rliuirg" ! in valne to Auddonly as to
vitiafe all long time rnntrart". and dis-
licutn uil iuduslrial conditions.
Hie l act A boat Gold.
1'vrrr ii niiotuint worthy if tlic name
l:ul tijiU aaiu uml uKain that gold fluc
tuate in valur. Iso economic writer
has ever dcuii U it In liU
" Wuulth o f Nations"
Jftiam tiiuith saya: "Gold
and silver. Jikeeverr othr
XZ"" . coiniuotiity. vary in their
I f-V Talae. The discovery of
it . til2 L.uuduut uiiueA of
..i-y Aiii'.rii reduced in the
ntt.H mil century the value
of Kld und cilviT in En
Mi to al.ti'jt a third of
wh.tt it b:ul lieen before.
Tlii; revolution in tlit-ir
valuo, tlioti(:li porhai 'ho
fCrvuteRt, is by no tueumi
the only one of which his
tory itives some acconnt."
rrofeswir Jevons, iu hia
work upon "Money and
tbu Miflianisui of Ex-
chaiip'," chapter 6, ay., "in rctipect to
hIciiIuh -as of valne the luetalii are prob
al!y ln.4 Kitisf;ictory, regarded as a
Mainl.inl of value, than muny other com-
jji'-lit i-, n h as corn."
V.y "enrn" 1'rofesnor J vods meang
win at and all other cereals.
Kicardn, in his paper on the "Hich
iriii! of Uulliou," Fays, "If wo dimin
ish tint iiiiuntity tt currency, wo Hive
an additional valun to it."
y " urn-nry" Kicnrdii meant money
of t-vrry ehiirai-tiT, iueludiiiK goliL
Air. .Macleod, iu hin able work on
tin- J-li iii.-nt.-4 of CotiLiiiK," says, "The
U' lu.il alti-ratioit
ill the fllllfll'f'iC
f thi j.r.'iuiis
im t.ils hu-i ma
tt rial ly alten-l
ttii-ir valiu? at
ililli n ut jti riinU
of histnry. "
eis A. Walker of
Ketts Institute of
T -eliiH ilc iy, in
his able work on
Cinld and ilver
il'i ovt r loii IM
j,T at rhanp 9 of
Value and biomo
in a liiijh ler
dKTplive us a niensnro of the oblipa
tinnof the debtor, of tho claim of the
rn-ditor. Thus Professor Jevons esti
mates that the value of gold fell between
l.rtli and I SOU 46 per cent, and from
isoll to IHl'j n rose H."i per cent."
Whi n Ould Waa Cheap.
It iii a point well worth noting, how
ever, that in the seven or ei;ht years
lXiii-.it) that gold, aceordinjf to the
U-st authorities, lost 25 per rent of irs
value, tin world accommodated itself
vi ry easily to the chaiiKe, Tho only
outcry was front tho holders of fixed in-
Ifbtcdnivs, mid they wanted todemone-
tiw pol 1 1 iH-cause it was too cheap. We
heard verv little about that iu this
country and the masses of our propli
did not even know it, liecaiise we had
then no N-ruianeiit creditor class, no
jfirat bomlhiililers; hut tho literature of
lani'tie at tho time was full of com
plaints, AXD Al'STKIA, t.KUMAXY
AND UlCMSIUM ACTUALLY DK-
MONKT1ZED tiOLll. Un the other
hand, the rapid increase
in the value of poldwith
iu the last 20 years has
wrought worldwide bank
rnptey, has brought a wail
of distress from producers
in all lands, has uaiu and
again hhaken tho very
foundations of credit
throughout the British empire, and right
How, according to Dr. laniard fcue,
threatens a reilivisiou of the earth. In
hurt. roMtrartion is very many time
niorcdcutructive than inflation.
"Hut the moiionietallists deny that
there has I -ecu any contraction, or that
gold cheapened in 184!)-."i0, or that it
has really appreciated in valne since
t)h. yes, they'll deny anything now.
Maeaulay has well said that if a prop
erty inti n t were ufTtvtil by it thou
Kinds ot intelligent men would deny the
law of gr.ivitatii.il. (.July a few years
ft go siiiie of the greatest acholurs in this
itmiitry ilenieil that a man whoso rkm
was blaek and his hair woolly had a Jiat
tiral right to the fruits of his latior or
tliat a martini woman had a right to
la r own e.u iiii .s.
A Ivansrrnna Ilaals.
Iii no h;hi ill or Unik publisheil In-fore
n-.'iiwill y. u tii:d it deiiii d that th
liilumc i.f rimiiy and its proportion to
g. in ral traUeare the maiu f;rrtorii iu de
p-iierul level of
priivs. It was
taken for granted
1'iat the amount
of money of nlti
I riiv level. It
was the founda
tion upon which
built .their argu
ments, Uut now
you can hear it
dejiieit t very day
And why? lie- Puck,
cause it dtvs not fit the arguments
cf those who have selfish inter.ts to
eerve. They now maintain that all
forms of currency, iucludicg checks
uid every other kind of representative
Uouey, must be counted the name as the
Soiu basia, taoagh every to and financier
N. V. World.
know that, by the method of the ad
ministration in construing the laws, sil
ver now performs no function that
greenbacks would not, and that silver,
silver certificates and greenbacks are
inert) token money, all resting on the
dangerously narrow b-.isis of that metal
which is the money of nltinute redemp
tion. You admit, however, that the free
coinage of silver would produce some
inflation. Suppose it were but 10 or 20
per rent, as Senator Jones thinks.
Would not even that much inflation do
great harm iu dislocating existing busi
History has answered that question
so conclusively that argument is un
necessary. Ia 184-50 the specie infla
tion throughout j .
the world is al- r ?
bten some 25 per
cent, and iu this
was a general
tion of 40 ier
cent. Was cuy
Injdy badly hurt?
Look over the pa
pers of that time
and sec if you
run find ar.y com
plaints from the
Do not econo
mists of all
that the 13 years
immediately preceding oar civil war
were tho golden age of tho Ameri
can larmer, if he ever had one?
Again, from early in 18(12 to early in
1865 tho currency of this country was
inflated at least 150 per cent, fcfome
harm wus done, of course, because the
inflation was rapid and tremendous. It
was six times as great an any inflation
now possible from tho free coinage of
silver, but tho only serious tvil in it
was that it gave occasion for a subse
The ItcnedU of EapajMlon.
I might (juoto all the economic writ
ers, from Adam Smith down, to the
ehVet that the volume of money is the
maiu factor in fixing the general price
level. You will find the doctrine nhlv
set forth in tho works of Adam Smith.
John Locke, David Hume, John Stuart
Mill, David Kicurdo, William Stanley
Jevous and Ly all the French and Ameri
can economists. The appalling t fleets of
long continued contraction and the al
most marvelous benefits resulting from
a lilieral increase in the coin supply are
thus beautifully set-forth by Sir Archi
bald Alison iu his history of Europe:
"T1IU TWO UKEATKST EV TENTS
THAT HAVE OCCURRED IN THE
HISTORY OF MANKIND HAVE
BEEN DIRECTLY BROUGHT
ABOUT EY A CONTRACTION AND.
ON THE OTHER HAND, AN EX
PANSION OF THE CIRCULATING
MEDIUM OF SOCIETY. THE FALL
OF THE ROMAN EMPIRE. SO
LONG ASCRIBED IN IGNORANCE
RUPXION.WAS IN REAL1TV
ABOUT BY A
JndKe. AND GOLD
MINES OF SPAIN AND GREECE,
AXD. AS IF PROVIDENCE HAD
INTENDED TO REVEAL IN THE
CLEAREST MANNER THE IX
KLUEXCE OF THIS MIGHTY
AGEXT ON HUMAN AFFAIRS.
THE RESURRECTION OF MAN
KIND FROM THE RUIN WHICH
THOSE CAUSES HAD PRODUCED
WAS OWING TO A DIRECT
LY OPPOSITE SET OF AGENCIES
BEING PUT IN OPERATION. CO
LUMBUS LED THE WAY IN THE
CAREER OF RENOVATION. WHEN
HE SPREAD HIS SAILS ACROSS
THE ATLANTIC, HE
BORE MANKIND AXD
ITS FORTUNES IN HIS
BARK. THE ANNUAL
SUPPLY OF THE PRE
CIOUS METALS FOR
THE USE OF THE
WtJRLD WAS TRIP
LED. BEFORE A ( EN
TURY HAD EXPIRED
THE PRICES OF EV
ERY SPECIES OF PRO
DUCE WERE QUADRU
PLED. THE WEIGHT
OF DEBT AND TAXES Pu.k.
INSENSIBLY WORE OFF UNDER
THE INFLUENCE OF THAT PRO
The Wasra of Labor.
Ho might have added, and this point
seems to worry our monometallist
friends, that the wages of laborers rose
considerably faster than the prices of
necessaries. Even so did they in 184S
afi. And why not again? . In truth the
wages of more than half our laborers
havo got to rise before there can be a
rise iu necessaries. Moiionietallists have
jnuvenieiiily overlooked the fact that CO
per cent of the laborers in the Uniti-d
States do not work for lixed money
wages ; they produce, and what they sell
the products for constitutes their wages.
It is self evident, therefore, that a rise
in the price of the product is itself a
rise in wages. This class includes all
the farmers, cotton, kusar and tobac-
so growers, vegetable gardeners, fisher-
men, growers of all kinds of live stock
for food, and many others that I cannot
detail. One of the worst errors of the
monometallic is in assuming that the
great mass of our workers are hired la
borers, and they set that imoression from
such misleading tiocurcents as the Al
drich report, about which so much has
been said. Examine that report careful
ly and you will and that the working
men in all the trades mentioned in it
do not together number quite one-fourth
as many as the farmers of the country.
And their method of treating this
subject accounts for a very large part
of the ill humor among farmers. In
spite of the census and common sense,
our alleged statesmen and economists
insist on treating the subject as if the
farmer were not a laboring man. A con
gressional committee is appointed to go
out and prove that wages have risen,
and of xiurse they prove it. But how?
They take the highest wages paid to the
most skillful la
borers in the
h i g h est priced
cities at the busi
est season of the
year. As a rule
they take oidy
who are in well
they are but a
tenth of the la
borers of 1 he
country, and they are extremely careful
not to take into the account the nnmber
who are earning no wages at all, which
is a pretty considerable item when you
reflect that in Ohio, for instance, the coal
miners only averaged I4S days of full
work last year. If you will take all la
borers, especially all who produce the
necessaries of lifo from the soil, and
count lost time, you will find that since
1S73, except in cases where they have
been abnormally kept np by trades
union methods, wages have declined in
the same ratio as commodities.
ThA Farmera Meager Income.
A rise in the price of necessaries then
would of itself be a rise in the wages of
GO per cent of tho laboring producers.
But would it stop there? Certainly not
The farmers would first pay their press
ing debts and 6et the money in motion.
They would then supply themselves
with those things they
have wanted so loug and
been compelled to do with
out. All the country mer
chants and all the country
artisans immediately de
pendent on the farmers,
such as blacksmiths, con
siders, carpenters, painters
'and the like, wonld im
mediately share in the
gain, and all others in tho
I Ha improvement due to a
i general gain in trade.
Our agricultural depart
ment has shown that the
farmers' income has declined over fO
per cultivated acre. THAT MEANS
THAT FOR THE WHOLE COUN
TRY THEY ARE RECEIVING
ABOUT sJl.SOO.000,000 (EIGHTEEN
HUNDRED MILLION DOLLARS)
LESS THAN THEY DID A FEW
YEARS AGO. NOT RECEIVING IT,
OF COURSE THEY CANNOT SPEND
IT. HOW CAN THERE BE WORK
FOR CITY LABORERS OR PROS
PERITY FOR AXYBODY WHEN
THE FARMERS ARE SPENDING
$1,800,000,000 A YEAR LESS THAN
THEY NATURALLY WOULD?
THERE IS NO CONGRESS WISE
ENOUGH TO DEVISE A TARIFF
THAT WILL HELP WORKMEN IN
MANUFACTORIES SO LONG AS
THE FARMERS CANNOT BUY THE
" Would free coinage raiso prices to
the old standard?"
It wonld not. Nor is it desirable that
it should. As wo have been running
uown lull tor 20 years I
should not complain if we
were seven years in get
ting to the top again.
Tho great thing to do,
and the one thing that
must be done if we are to
avert general paralysis, is j
to stop tho decline where
it now is and then change N. Y. Herald,
from a falling to a rising market. That
will give ns time to breathe. It will
stimulate enterprise. No man will in
vest money now with even chances of
having his investment decline on his
hands. But give a reasonable assurance
even of a trifling advance and everything
will nt once put on new life. I need
cite no proofs of this. It is the universal
experience of all countries and in all
"But yea concede, if I understand
yon, that a part of the decline in farm
preiduce prices ias been due to greatly
Unquestionably. No intelligent man
denies it. How much is due to that and
how much to monometallism we cannot
figure out to a
rent, but I think
we can . come
much nearer to
it than the mono'
All past experi
ence has shown
production of the
necessaries of lifo
does not of itself
reduce prices in the exact proportion of
the increase, for increased demand
comes in and verv frennentl? offsets
' all the gain in nnvkii-timi. For rt"-
venit uce's sake I will state in the brief-
st possible form what silverites believe
uu this subject We maintain:
1. That there is not enough gold in
fhe world and cannot be enough pro
duced to maintain the present lvel of
prices. If monometallism prevails, there
must be a still further ahrinkage. I
dare not conjecture how far it will go.
but I am certain that it will not stop
abort of 40 cent whoat and 4 cent cotton
and other things in proportion. Gold
wiU then be afar more "honest money"
( man now, for it will buy much more.
Yon see how neat and complete this
honest money argameut is and how it
rapidly grows stronger as prices go
down, for, if a dollar which will buy a
bushels of wheat and 10 pounds ot cot-
ton is more honest than a dollar which
will buy 1 bushel of wheat and 8
pounds of cotton, then a dollar which
will bny 4 bushels of wheat or S3
pounds of cotton will be twice as hon
est as the one we now have.
2. That there is not euqngh of both
gold and silver to restore the prices of
1SI0-3 or of 1880-3.
A Real Gold Baals.
8. That in consequence of the much
greater increase of population and cro-
duction than of the metals, if there had
been no demonetization, both sold and
silver would have gained greatly in val
ne since lb 1 3. The villainy of mono
metallism lies in the fact that all the
gain has been concentrated in gold. By
way of general conclusion, I believe that
monometallism for the world is impos
sible, and that Europe only maintains
it on the condition that other nations do
not In fact, if it i j to be maintained
in this country and Europe, we must
prepare for another shrinkage so great
that the people will not endure it. There
is a spirit abroad in the country now
that is not very pleasant to think of.
ana ii mere is
another turn of
the screw and
there must be'
several turns be
fore we get down
to a real gold
basis it is much
to be feared that
there will bo
ruptcy and repu
diation. Just con
sider this fact: Puck.
The national, state, provincial, muni
cipal and railroad debts of tho world,
those debts which are funded and per
manent, the interest only being paid,
now amount to at least $40,000,000,000,
and tho interest on it is over 2,0(i0,
000,000 per year. IT NOW TAKES
ALMOST EXACTLY TWICE AS
MUCH CORN. WHEAT, BEEF,
PORK, COTTON AND OTHER EX
PORT PRODUCTS TO PAY THAT
INTEREST AS IT DID WHEN THE
DEBTS WERE CONTRACTED. DOES
HONESTY REQUIRE THAT THE
LABORING PRODUCERS OF THE
WORLD SHOULD PAY 100 PER
CENT MORE THAN WAS ORIGI
NALLY CONTRACTED FOR?
"Well, granting that many things
havo been done to tho injury of the
farmer, what can wo do at this late day
to remedy them?"
A Word of Counsel.
We can at least reverse the machine.
We know what has hurt ns, and wo can
put a stop to it One man just now
stands for all that has hurt thu farmer.
ley is tho politi
of those euor
mons land irraiita
t2 7 1 a n l 8nbs'Jis
y I rl which made mil-
( y-1 liouaires by the
X iiuniireds; of the
kaa I War tariff in time
of peace, which
values from the
west to the east
anil from the
country to the
great cities; of
Commercial Advertiser, tion of silver
and the enormous iucreas: in the tower
of gold; of Credit Mobil ier and forco
bills, of vastly increased government
expenditures and every extravagant
scheme for building up great corpora
tions. He represents it all und glories
in representing it. He tells you with re
freshing caudnr that if he can have his
way yon shall havo a great deal more of
that sort of thing. A vote for him is i
vote to indorse it all and on u the way
to a much greater advance in the same
direction. A vote for him is a vete for
gold monometallism and lower prices
for farm produce.
William Jennings Bryan, on (he other
hand, stands for a restoration of the bi
metallism ot the coustitu
tion and against the things V.,"?V
above mentioned. All
other classes are striving fCis i-.
to get more for w hat they ,
sell, and why not yon, the k ' v
farmers? Railroad man- rff
agers meet in high con- N. Y. World,
clave to make profitable rates on freight;
manufacturers do the same for their
profit ; brokers labor to advance stocks.
All these vote and use the government
to make money, and all denounce you
farmers as no better than thieves for do
ing the sani" tiling. Vote, as justice re
quires, to restore the old contract. Vote
to help yourselves. Vote for Bryan, the
money of the constitution and the up
lifting of the agricultural interests.
From letter written by Rev. J.
Gunderman, of Dimondale, Mich., we
are permitted to make this extract:
"I have no hesitation in recommend
ing Dr. King's New Discovery-, as the
results are almost marvelous in the
case of my wife. While I was pastor
of the Baptist church at Rives Junc
tion she was brought down with
pneumonia succeeding la grippe.
Terrible paroxysms of coughing
would last hours with little interrup
tion, and it seemed as if she could
not survive them. A friend recom
mended Dr. King's New Discovery;
it was quick in its work and highly
satisfactory In results. " Trial bot
tles free at Hartz & Ullcmeyer's drug
store. Regular size 50c and $1.
A Hooeehold Ki inilif.
No family should be withont Fo
ley's Colic Care for all bowel com
plaiDts. Sold by M. F. Bahnsen.
Children Cry for
the spot 1 soon lost all pain and have better health than ever before It is
more than a year now since I quit using it and have not had a pain or sick
flay in all that time. It is certainly a wonderful meJUne for the kidneys.
JNO. H, ALBIN,
TOLARSVILLE ChochcsooJ. MI84V
"A HAND SAW IS A GOOD THING BUT NOT TO
Vmr-O SHAVE WITH." W
IS THE PROPER THING
1 WOMEN ;
IT 1 AX T Vt.rn.-k. 4
A a4 should seek scke rtlic:
t where this one found it.
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trthBc f.rr say hvaltti. wUa-b. t (wt.itd fa
t.Ml jvm rod..
dim. 1 uarxl two mwalha treatu
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DISEASES OF WOMEN
fin all tlirir form and romplii-.-itiona. yirlil f
fi....mpi.v i,, ,1,1 1Vc loi-ril tri-attiu-iit A
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A'ly. frier $1 each. i
jThiiiiMnite of testimonial, from h..-
f who hail tri.il ri-tlieoita mid ilivKKi.ui
ifur year without help. These rcnirUi
f are the discovery of a rthv.icinn whimrff
.hie wan tirvoted tothcKnlijcct. Thcvwill V
fdo what no other treatment will, keiii-if
m mx nonrs. '
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t. 44 A-i-vj writu-n. instructive treut-J
','' wiM r FPPP '" our nRcnta ev P
r VICTOR MEDICAL ASS'H, J
P Sol TH BHKIi, IxD. J
Mrs. M. J. Sabqeitt, Agent,
1112 Tainr-AeVAntaltt BockIalAod
We are showing our
Usual line of fine
Fred Woltman, Jeweler.
Reliable Goods at
180 ME00HD AYE3TJE.
Is quickly absorbed.
Cleanses th Nasal
Tain and Inflamma
tion. Heals all the
Sores. I'rotects the
Membrane from Ad
ditional Cold. Ke
stores the Senses of
Taste and SmelL
lives relief at once
and it will cure.
COLD 'n HEAD
A particle Is a;llli-d direct y Into the north)
an A is agieeabla. Trice S0c- at ilrusi;ii or Ijr mail.
ELY BROTHERS, K Warren itrcet, Ne York
ore Those upon whLh suftwrrs trVwrteT.c it.m
return of lust strength. v.aiiy anU vTtv.
The famous Fra.n and Krrv. !i-.
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4 J.?rslki. pure, rirh blonA. Am m lei, 4
4 r-jK.-d vr-njih. elv ni-rvrs ar.l a dear
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$1.00 Per Box. Bozej. $-,.P0.
A Vt-al rTnfe to rurr or r-f.m! the Z
real M.i!k in- fn, t tr vifu1. l. T
Foraalahy A. I. Hcit and ot o ir-l jeii, drmr-
are the most fat&l cf ali
FOLEY'S KIDNEY CURE
a GUARANTEED Rmed
or money refunded. Con
tains remedies recognized
by all eminent physicians
as the best for Kidney and
Couldn't Stand Upright.
June nth, 1894.
The Dr. J. h. Mclean medicine Co..
St Louis Mo.
GENTLEMEN : For ahmit ten years I suffcrel
with a pant 111 my back which I thought was caused
ty a strain. Sometimes it got so had I could not stand
upright or ride in my btiggv. I read in your almana:
symptoms that I recognized as mv own, w tilth led
me to the conclusion that mv trouble was disease in
the kidneys. I immediately' began using
Or. J. II. CcLEfttl'S
LIVER 2 KIEY DUO.
If nrAll. I k. . V. rlnl.1 - 1: . . .
Klte of Amar.lah Thornton, deceased.
The umleneipieit htvlna I wen appointed ri.cn
tor of the la.l ajlll and leaiament of Amaztah
Trornton. late cf rho ronniy of kork ialand.
rlnwof lllmoln. dwraM-d. Mrehy irl.ee notic.
tt at he will npH-ar tocforn tho county court of
Hern Inland roomy, at the ern.-e cf the clerk of
an id roiifi. in therityot Hock Uland, at tha No
vember tern, en the lm Monday in November
next, at mini u lime a I perwwa havluir rlaima
acain-mid e.kae a.a notified and reqacfted ty
auend for the purport, of baring the mune ad
jua'eU. All i erroua in Jchted to raid ratal e are
rrqnmted to make immediate payment to the na
derriirned. Dated this Kith day of Aoeu't, A. P..
J. a. l(ii. Ezo aior.
E'tat. of Tauick McDonald, dcr.wr.1.
The and.raifrnra harine been appointed erefm
riiof the laM will and tmiaarnt of Patrick Mr
Ikmald. late of Ui county of Kork Ialand. atat
of lienoia, dieu!iiil. ben-by crt-eaaotiee that ah.
ill apprar brfiire Hie rnunty eon rt of Hock Inland
county, al the office of the clerk of aaid roan, in
the city of Kork Ialand. at the N.in nila-r terra, oa
tie flrat Monday in Novemlirrnrit, at which tints
all perwme barinc claim ai-alnat raid eatate are
notified and reuneeU-d to attend, for the purports
of harina the tame ali titled.
All pereona indented to aaid eate are re-
3 neat d to make immediate payment to Um an
crpirned. Dated this S4th day of Aucaat. A. TV. ISM.
BsiouET Mi dokald, Kxecsuix.
Kstate of Thorn a. 8. rSllris dccrard.
The nnderaifmed havini; beea apioinieA adtaln.
Inrator of the relate of Tbcman t. bilvia, late of
the coanty of Kork l.land. etaia of llitnoia. da
ecaaed. hereby rle not I re that tbry sill appear
before the county court of Hock Ialand coan
ty, at the ofTlc-. of the clerk of raid court, la
the city of Hock Ialand. at thefN-lohur term, mi
the flrat Monday in October, ceil, at mliich Cbmi
ail peranna barinc claims aiaio.t aa-.d ae
tate are notified and req acted to a:tena for the
porpoaeof having the same adjuetod.
All peraons indebted to aaid estate are request
ed to make Immediate payment to tbe ander
sinrad. Dated this 1-th day of Aucast, A. D. 1WS.
Sooft G. Dctjono.
Kef ttwn tilt ArwHie other time
trktd ami well known Klre Insur
anee Coiupanies the tolliming:
Knchratrr Oermaa ll.s Co.
Weetche-ter Fire ..
Ilnltato lierman ..
Htirintt 4'rdon ..
4ennan Fire ..
.Rochester, T4 T
Ilntlalo. N Y
...... Manchester. N II
Office eorner Eighteenth street and
Second avenue, second floor.
J M. BUFORD,
The old Fire and Time-tried
Losses Promptly Paid.
Bates aa low aa any rellAhle (oatptny caa atari
Your petroBace ia aultcdd.
n. U. BRIGOS.
Real Estate. InsuraDce, Lcins
'AJSD HOUSES TO BENT.
Offioa ltog Swooad At.. Bock Isiaad.
Hare aa hand so lots ha flesta Rook Ialand ea
easy Utm; J.irt oaurtd. the city limn.: seed
Wat.-; low taxe., and rbea Inrurane.. Tea lots
sa Tatfty-eurbth atiert aad Flfleenth eaae.
A Aaatherof necss of nepertt la she tit for
The only safe, enre xA
reliable Female Pill errr
offered to Ladies. Ef,pr
eially rrjcom mended to
mawried Ladies. Ahk for
and talc no other. ttan fob tnMctXAS.
lYice fl ow per box, boxes for (S.osj.