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ABILENE, DICKINSON COUNTY, KANSAS, NOVEMBER 8, 1888
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We want all the
"WIE .O-A-Isr QET,
At as Favorable a Rate of Interest
as can be obtained elsewhere.
22FCall on us before you make your Loan.cjg3
The Abilene Mortgage Go.
Omoe up-stairs ovr Citizens Bank.
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Belvu Lock wood i- credited -U- 2,'ains of tli- Loading; State mid Na
saying that m woman who makes n tj0i.al Ca..d .Jar.s-St.ite Constitu
idol of a poodle dog is fully civilizt-d. ; timiai .Am nilaients.
The papers throughout the State'
have not yet got done talking about How the Voting Wont in 1884 and at
the mischief committed by the joung-
Bters on Hallowe'en.
We'll bet a nickel that Belva forgets
to do up her hair in curl papers to
night, so anxions will she be to hear
whether she is elected or n.t,
Joe Iloward, the famous newspaper
correspondent, received a horsewhip
ping the other day at the hands of a
man whose name he had used too
free'y in one of his letters.
Stanley, the explorer, has been mas
sacied and discovered alive again in
the past month but the newspapers
have been too busy discussing the tar
iff to pay much attention to him.
Geo. Washington IIoss, of B:ik-r
University, gets a terrible raking over
in this week's America on account of
the remarkable collection uf "Memory
Gems" he has recently inflicted upon
the public. Hoss should be turned out
Many an editor who has beeu whoop
ing it up for the party for six months
will find it hard work to get down to
comment on non-political themes. He
will come down clever though if lus
side wins he can crow for Bix weeks or
so, and if it loses, he can explain how
it happened during about the same
Belford's Magazine for November
keeps up its high staudai d of excel
lence. It contains several strong short
stories by such good writers as Ros-e
Eytinge, J. S. Judson, etc. Then
there is a complete novel "Miriam Bal
estier" by Edgar Fawcett, that is in it
self worth more than the price of the
number. The editorial comment treat
of "The Keal Danger of the Republic,'
"Civil Service Reform," 4-Our Fev'i
for Titles," and "Morals in Legisla
tion." The Belford's is gaining a with
reputation for excellence.
It is the opinion of the Reflector's
friends (and opponents, too, for that
matter) that it has made a g.dlaiitfi!
for the entire Republican ticket. Xow
that the cruel war is over our journal
istic enemies ate cordially invited ti
call at tlie sanctum, help themselves t
a cigar, paw over the exchanges, nut
their feet on the top of the dek an
make themselves at home geueralh
just as they used to do.
The question as to whether or noi
excitement shortens life is being air
fcited, and it is held that anjthii
which quickens the action of the hei
any kind of excitement, taxes am
reduces the storage of life. Alums
every one knew this long ago, but it i
only recently that the matnr bus lt e
considered m the light of percent i.
It would be a curious Mudy to ligii
out the influence of a political ..u.
paign in thi.s respect
The November Century begins n
thirty-seventh volume and niu te t
year of the magazine; and U.e numb
is made notable by the begi-inin
several new series, or mitgiizuie it .
tures." The imt important t ti . .
is the first installment vl the Oi.t 1
Gallerj or Old Masters; euuiavtvt
T. Cole, and described lj W. J S
man and by Mr Cole hiiueli i .
engravings m this sciies wi madi .
the presence of the original pictui
themseives; they are aciiitd epi s
unique in the history of art; tcr bin.
careful copies have never befoie ue
made on wood. Another fe.ii cl
which will be warmly welcomed als
is begun under the title, "Strange Tn.
Stories of Louisiana," by Geo.
Cable. The first installment, "T.
Young A.uqt with W bite Hair, h
all ot Mr. Cable's charm io matter ctn
manner and giyes us much to look fu
Children Cry for Pitcher's CastoriL
Elections IMd in Certain S'atea
New York, Not. 5. The Times of this city
publishes the following, which may prove use
ful for comparison in the election to-morrow:
All the States will elect Presidential Electors
by popular vote on Tuesday, November 6. The
Electors then chosen will meet at their respect
ive State capitals on Monday, January 14, 18S0,
and cast their ballots for President and Vice
President of the United States. The whole
number of Electors is 4)1; necssary for a
choice. 201. The several States are entitled to
representation in the Electoral College and in
Congress as given below. The names of the
States which in 18S4 cast their votes for Cleve
land are printed in italics. Those which voted
for Blaine are printed in roman Cleveland re
ceived 219 electoral votes and Blaine 18.'.
Elect- Con-, Elect- Con
6 Nebraska 5
1 Nevada 3
4 New Hampshire 4
lLV'W Jewy .... 9
2'JWw York 3G
MA'orth Carolina. 11
7 Rhode Island... 4
11 izoutfi Carolina.. 9
12 Virginia 12
11 n I Virginia... 6
The organized Territories Arizona. Dakota,
Id.iho, Montana New Mexico, Utah, Washine
tonand Wyoming are each entitled to elect
one Delegate to Congr ss, who is' permitted to
speak but not to vote. These delegates will all
be chosen on Tuesday, November 6. The sev
eral regularly nominated candidates for Presi
dent and Vice-President at this election are:
President Grover Cleveland
Vice-President. Allen G. Thurman
President Benjamin Harrison
Vice-President Levi P.Morton
President Clinton B. Fish
Vice-President John A. Brooks
President. Robert H. Cowdrey
Vice President W. H. T. Wakefield
Presldent AlsonJ. Streeter
Vice-President. Charles E. Cunningham
President James I. Curtis
Vice-President P D Wigginton
The total popular vote for President in 1SSI.
as compiled Uy the American Almanac, ws:
Cleveland. Democrat, 4.M 1.017: Blaine, Repub
lican, 4.S4S,3M: Butlei, Greenback, 1S3.8J5 St.
John. Prohibition, lSl.S 9; Cleveland's plural
THE ELECTIONS IN THE STATES.
Alabama wil elect Electors and Congress
man. Last vote for President Cleveland. 92,
9:3: Blaine, 9,114: Butler. 75 ; St. John, 610.
Arkarsas will elect Electors and Congress
men. Last vote for President Cleveland 72.
927 Blaine, S-i.89'. Butler. 1,847.
California will elect Electors Chief Justice
and Associate Justices of the Supreme Court.
Legislature and Conpressmen. Candidates for
ChieT Justice Niles Searls, Democrat: Wil-
1 am H. Beatty, Republican Robert Thompson.
Prohibition. Last vote for President Cleve
land, t9.2 8; Blaine, 102,416; Butler, 2,017; St.
Colorado will elect Electors, State officers.
Legislature and one Congressman. Candidates
for Governor Thomas M Patterson. Demo
crat. Job A. Cooper, Republican. Last vote
for President Cleveland, s7.6 3; Blaine, 36,166;
Butler, 1.90 ; St. John, 7H2.
Connecticut will elect Electors State officers.
Legislature and Congresa en. Candidates for
Governor Luzon B Morris, Democrat; Mor
pin G. Bulkely. Republican: Hiram D. Camp.
Prohibition; A. F Andrews. Labor. Last vote
for President Cleveland, 67,lo:: Blaine. 65.S93;
Butler, 1,6-5: St. John. 2,194.
Delaware wi l elect Electors, Legislature and
one Congressman. Last vote for President
Cleveland. 1C976; Blame. 13.053. Butler. 10: St.
. ohn, 64.
Florida will elect Electors, State officers.
Legislature and Congressmen. Candidates for
Governor Frank P. Fl. mlng. Democrat: V. J
Shipman. Republ can. Last voto for President-Cleveland.
31,7t-9: Blaine, 28.(51; St.
(Jeorgia will elect Electors and Congressmen.
Last vote for President Cleveland, 91,653;
Bmine. 47.6t2: Butler, 135 St. John, 163.
n inois will elect Electors. State officers,
Loejii.itnre and Congrvs- men, and vote upon a
proposed State bankirg law Candidates for
Governor John M Palmer. Democrat; Joseph
W Fifer, Republican David H. Harts, Prohi
bit! n: "Willis W. Jones. Labor. Last vote for
President Cleveland. 312,SSi: Blaine, 337,111;
utler la 49: St. John. 12.005.
Indiana will elect E er tors State officers,
L- gislatui and Congressmen. Candidates for
Governor Court! and C. Matson, Democrat
Alvin P Hovey. Republican. Jasper S. Hughes.
Prohibl ioni?t- John B. Milroy, Labor. Last
vote for President Cleveland. 244.S92: Blaine,
2 &SS ; Butler, 8 9 St. John, 3,0 8.
Iowa w II elect Electors, minor State officers
ana Congressmen. Candidates for Secretary
of Statr Walker McHenry. Democrat: Frank
D Jack&on, Republican: Jazaes Mlckelwaite.
Prohibition. J. B. Vancourt, Labor. Last Tote
for President Cleveland, 177.316; Blaine, 197,
OtS St. John. 1 472.
Kansas will elect Electors, State officers. Leg
islature, Congressmen, and rote upon two pro
posed constitutional amendments, one of which
strikes out the word "white" In a clause relat
ing to the militia, and the other concerns the
purchase, enjoyment and des ent or property
Candidates for Governer John Martin, Demo
crat; Lyman U. Humphrey. Republican: J. D,
Botldn, Prohibition E. P. Elder, Labor. Last
Tote fpr President Cleveland, 90,132; Blaine,
fc.4.406; putler, 15,341; St. John, 4,.
Kentucky will elect Electors and Congressr
men. Last vote for Presidcnt-Cleveland, 152,
961; Blaine, 113,16; Butler, 1,698; St. loha.
uomsiana will elect Electors and Congress
men. Last vote for President Cleveland. 62,
546: Blaine, 46,374: Butler, l-O; St. John, 333.
Maine will elect Electors. Last vote for
President Cleveland, .M.656; Blaine, 71,716;
Butler, 3,994: St. John 2,143. Vote for Gover
nor In September last Putnam, Democrat, 61,
018 Burleigh, Republican, 79.S13: Cushing, Pro
hibition ,3,151; Simmons Labor, 1,416.
Maryland wUl elect Electors and Congressmen-
Last vote for President Cleveland, 96,
866; Blaine, 85,743; Butler, 573; St. John, 2,827.
Massachusetts will elect Electors, State offi
cers. Legislature and Congre smen. Candidates
for Governor William E. Russell, Democrat;
Oliver Ames, Republican: William H. Earle.
Prohibition. Last vote for President Cleve
land. 122 352; Blaine, 146,742; Butlor, 24,382; St.
Michigan will elect Electors, State officer!,
Legislature and Congressmen. Candidates for
Governor Wellington R, Burt, Democratic
Greenback; Cyrus G. 7 .nee, Republican: Am
herst B. Cheney. Prohibition; Wildman Mills,
Labor. Last vote for President Cleveland,
1.-9.261; Blaine, 19.',C69; Butler, 751: St. John,
18 4 3.
Minnesota will elect Electors, State officers,
Legiblature and Congressmen, and vote upon
three proposed amendments to it1- Constitu
tion, the first proh'bltlng combinations to mo
nopolize the markets for fooJ products, the sec
ond relating to ihe exemption of debtors' prop
erty from seizure and sale, and the third
lengthening thu biennial 5-essions of the Legis
lature to ninety das. Candidates for Governor
Eugene M Wilson, Dtmocrr.t: WiUiam R.
Mernam, Republican: Hugh Harrison. Prohi
bition; J II. Paul. Labor. Last vote for Presi
dent Cleveland. 70.CC5; Blaine, 111 0:5; Butler,
3,58.1; St. John,4,C8l.
- Mis issipni will el"ct Electors r.nd Congress
men. Last vote fr President Cleveland, 76,
510; Blaine, I3.D1).
Missouri will elect Electors, State officers,
Lcislatare and Congressmen. Candidate, for
Governor Da id R. Francis. Democrat. Elt ert
Erwin Kimball, Rpublican. Frai. M. Lowe,
Prohibition. Last vote for President Cleve
land. 2J .9: Blaine, 202,9.9; St John 2,153.
Nebraska will elect Electors, State officers
Legislature and Congressmen. Can iidates for
Governor John A. McShane. Democrat; Jol n
M. Thayer. R publican; George Bigelow. Pro
hibition: David Butler. Labor. Last vote for
President Cleveland, 54,3j1; Blaine, 7-s9J3; St.
Nevada will elect Electors, Supreme Judge,
Regents of the University. Legislature and one
Congressman and vote upon eleven proposed
amendments to the State Constitution, which
provide for biennial sessions of the Legisla
ture, define the powers of the Legislature, pro
hibit special legislation in certain cases, relate
to the salaries of the members of the Legisla
ture abolish the office of Lieutenant-Governor,
provide for the gubernatorial succession, relate
to the impeachment and trial f offending mem
bers of the Legislature, pledge certain reve
nues to educational purposes, provide for a
special school tax and for the care of indigent
persons, and prescribe the manner of amending
the State Constitution. Candidates for Su
preme Judge William M Se well, 'Democrat:
M. A. Murphy, Republican. Last vote for
President Cleveland, 5,578; Blaine, 7,191; But
New Hampshire will elect Electors, Gov
ernor, Legislature, Congressmen and delegates
to a convention to revise the Constitution of the
State. Candidates for Govei nor Charles H.
Amsden. Democrat: David H. Goodell, Repub
lican: Edgar L. Carr. Prohibition. Last vote
for President Cleveland, 39.1S7. Blaine, 43,2 0;
Butler, 553; St. John, 1, 71.
New ersey will elect Electors, Legislature
and Congressmen. Last voto for President
Cleveland, 127,778: Blaine, 123.3GG; Butler,
3,4 6; St. John, 6,153.
New York will elect Electors, Governor,
Lieutenant Governor, Associate Judge of the
Court of Appeals, Assemblymen and Congress
men, and votes upo'i a proposed amendment to
the State Constitution, which provides that
upon certification of the Court of Appeals to
the Governor that its calendar is crowded the
Executive shall appoint a secon I part of the
Court of Appeals, consisting of seven Supreme
Court Judges, to try cases which shall be as
signed to it by the regular Court of Appeals.
Candidates for Governor David B. Hill, Democrat-
Warner Miller Republican: W. Martin
Jones, Prohibition Edwin J. Hall, Socialist
Labor. Last vote fur President Cleveland,
63,08; Blaine, 562.0 1; Butler, 17,002. St John,
North Carolina will elect Electors, State offi
cers. Legislature "and Congressmen, and vote
upon a proposed amendment to the State Con
stitution increasing the number of Supreme
Court Judges to five. Candidates for Governor
Daniel G. Fowle, Democrat Oliver H. Dock
cry. Republican William T. Walker, Prohibi
tion. Last vote for President Clereland, 14J,
952: Bl.,ine, 125.' 6S: St. John, 454
Ohio will elect Electors, minor State officers
and Congressmen. Candidates for Secretary of
State Boston G. Young, Democrat; Daniel J.
Ryan. Republican: Walter S. Payne. Prohibi
tion: George Ebner. Labor. Last vote for
President Cleveland 36.ifG Blaine, U0,0S.
Butler, 5,i;0; St. John. 1.2R9.
Oregon will elect Electors. Last vote for
President Cleveland. 21.64 Blaine, i6.8&).
Butler. 726; Si. John. 492. Vote for Congress
man in June lait Gearin, Democrat, 2 ,413:
Hermann Repuulican, 32,b2 ; Miller, Prohibi
tion. J. 974.
Pennsylvania will elect Electors, Supreme
Judge, Auditor-General, Legislature and
Congressmen. Candidates for Auditor-General
James Brewster McCollrim, Democrat;
T. Mitchell. Republican. James Black, Prohibi
tion; John B. Young, Labor. Last vole for
President Cleveland, 39J.78-; Blaine, 473,801;
Butler, 17,0 2; St. John, 15,737.
R' ode Island will elect Electors and Con
gressmen. Last voto for President Cleveland,
12,391 Blaine, 19.033; Butler. 4.22 St John. 928.
Vote for Governor last April Davis, Demo
crat. 17,525; Taft, Republican, 20,b93. Gould,
South Carolina will elect Electors, State offi
cers. Legislature and Congressmen, and vote
upon two proposed amendments to the Consti
tution of the State, one extending the term of
Probate Judges from two to four years and the
o her taking from the people and placing In the
hands or the L g'slature the appointment of
School Commissi, ners and the arrangement of
ih duties and compensation of the State Board
of Education Candidate for Governor John
P. Richardson, Deiiocrit There is no Repub
lican or Prohibition State ticket vet nominated.
Lat vote tor President Cleveland, 69.761
Tennessee will elect E"ectors Governor. Leg
islature and O ngre-smen Candidates for Gov
ernorRobert L. Taylor Democrat. Samuel
.V Hawuin- Republican J. C. Johnson. Pro
tr unionist. List vote for Pi esident Cleveland,
131,270. Blaine, 1.4 .9j; Butler, 957; St. John,
Texas will elect Electors, State officers, Leg
latireantl Gmgressmen. Candidates for Gov
e nor Lawrence S. Ross, Democrat. Marion
Matin Prohibition. Non-partisan Fnsion. Last
vote for President Cleveland. 223.679; Blaine,
'il "ill Butler, 33 1 ; St. John, 3.508.
Vermont will elect Electors. Last vote for
President Cleveland, 7,331: Blaine, 39,H;
Butler, 7S5: St. John. 1.7 2. Vote for Governor
it September Shurtleff. Democrat, 9,327:
Dillingham, Repub.ican, 43,521 Seely Prohibi-
Virtinia will elect Electors and Congressmen
and vote upon a question of holding a conven
tion to revise the Constitution of the State.
Lt vote f.r President Cleveland, 145,497;
Bl.tne. 139,356; St John, 13i
West Virginia will elect Ele tors. State offi
cers, Legislature and Congressmen, and vote
upan three proposed amendments to the Con
stitu ion of the State, which prohibit the man
ufacture and sale of intoxicating iquors, relate
to trial by Jury and limit the sessions of the
Legislature to sixty days, unless extended by
concurrent vote of two-thirds of the members
elected to each house. Candidates for Gov
ernor A. B Fleming, Democrat: Nathan GoS,
, Republican: Thomas B. Carsksuon. Prohibi
tion: W.H. Davis, Independent Colored Demo
cratic Last vote for Pres dent Cleveland. 67,
217: Blaine. 63,0 6; Butler, 80 : St John. 939,
Wisconsin will elect Electors, State officers,
legislature and Congressmen. Candidates foe
Governor James Morgan, Democrat: WilUanj
S. Hoard, Republican; E. Q. Duxast Prohibi:
ilon: Frank Powell Labor. Last rote fer
Tredeztt-CleTelasd, 146,458; Blaise, 161,157;
Hodge Brothers5 Great Stoye House.
We now have on our Sample Floor the Finest Displry of STOVES ever shown We3t of Kansas City, and we ae selling
at prices Lower than any House in the County. Our Goods are all New and Warranted to Give Satisfaction.
TTve 2n.a,Tre StOTres ranging irx price from $3 to SO.
Don't fail to see our Small SHEET IRON HEATERS suitable for Bed-Rooms.
We will Guarantee the Best and Handsomest Oak Stoves Made, as cheap as you can buy an ordinary Oak Stort.
We want Everybody to come and see our Elegant Stock Oar Assortment and Prices will convince you that Here is the Place to Bnjt
HODGE BEOTHERS, - ' - - - - Abilene, Kansas.
cepclnl correspondence of the Reflector:
Hope. Xov. 5, 1888.
Bert Simmons and Lute Ilarlman,
mth of Lust Springs, were Gem viai-
Impressive memorial services for the
late ilrs. M. C. Hemenway were held
in the Presbyterian church jesterday.
Itevs. Carruthers and Betts odkialed.
Quite a number of our young folks
eie in attendance at ti;L Dillon in
stitute laM; Saturday.
J. V. Sorrels, our handsome tele
graph iitfent, is ptep.iriiig himself fur a
;aid week's toik in haudli'ig election
A. J. Bassler, one of Hope's old boys,
.vho h is het-n spendii g-tlie summer in
Iowa, returned home Friday evening
icc'mi)i:nied b his biide, nee Mit.s
lliu Hauimker. May succe-s be
Air. and ilrs Jos Kochonower were
visiting in the country today.
Mrs. Frank Poole has been on the
sick list for the past week-
A traveling man, stopping at the
Lee Houe Campbellsbuig, Ind , on
earning that a lady in the village was
siifft-rine terribly with cramp colic, save
the landlady a bottle of medicine, which
e iiad ith linn ami r quested her io
t ike it to lie bick woman. The niedi
iiie relieved her piompli) and she he-bevt-h
saved her lite, it vas Chamuer
'aiifs Colic. Cholera and Diarrhoea
Remedy, the promptest and most re
liable medicin- in u-e lor bowe com
plaints. Sold by BinifSfc Xortheraft
Cholera Morbus is one of the most
i le.ful and dangeious diseases, man)
le.it hs result ing from ii each jear.
jsually because it is not property In-at--d
The moat sev re eases iuaj be
tired by using Chamberlain's Colic,
Cholera and Diarrhoea Remedy. Ji
never fads. Sold by Barnes & Xorlh
eraft. South American Nervine,
The great conqueror of Indigestion,
Dsspepsia, all jSTervous Diseases and
failing health builder beyond compari
son ever discovered and the most certair,
i-d tb.Milnte preventive and cure foi
sumption, when used in time, ever
it'eivd to the atllifted. It preloims
!ir.f m.iive luiis cures by d liim 'he
hlnod witn fichu's and vn.d pi imiiii
which rapidly heals ll d asu'J and
hmkf ti tissue- and casts off ail .iiseaj-e
from the s stein. A tna' boi'h will
convince ou Pi in- I5eeiit.,an: $1.25
s. rr, w se,
Is .ocated m in vrqa uis on
3d Street near Spruce.
Fine Tailoring a Specially.
Gentlemen's " uits in the lutes'
Sty es of Goods and Cuts.
Out-of-town Orders given prompt
R m mber my new location.
S. M, Wise, Abilene, Has.
DR. M. GROSS,
JD M , T I fc 1' ,
i.raduato of the Bal mjre College o
Hump, Fickes & Co-'s Grocary.
STATE )F KANSAS, I ...
Dicklubon County, f'b-
In the matter of the assignment Of J. D. Stoke
and Simon Stoke, as Stoke Bros.
Creditors and other lntcrivted are hcrfby noti
fied that on Wcdneslay, the 2d day of January,
A. D. 188'J, and for two con&ecntive days there
after, at the ofllce or the Clerk or the District
Court in the citj of Abilene, In said county, from
9 o'clock a. m. until? o'clock n. m. of each day, I
will attend and proceed publicly to adjust and
allow demands agninnt the estate and effects of
the above named assignors. In my hands.
w-aug -3m K. KFTJ.EIt, Assignee.
i Assignee's Notic .
All persons Interested are hereby notified that
I. the undersigned, avsisjnee ot Frederick II
Bounlman, recently encased In business -t Abi
lene, In Dickinson comity, Kansas, under tlie"
firm name of F. II. Iioardman and company, will
on the 1 Jth, 14th and loth days of February. A. D.
183), between the limm- of nine o'clock a. in. and
flveo'elckp m. of said days, at the office of the
Knnus Farm Mortgage company in the city ot
Abilene, Dickinson county, Kaii is, proceed pub
licb to ailjn-t and allow demand against ihe es
tate and ffects of the -atd Frederick 11. Mo.:r.!
man, assizor; and i'l Creditors are required to
attend at Said pi ire during the slid tilile and lnj
before ine, as such lU-dgnee, tlie nature an
amount of their demands: and uiile-is tbev sha)
do so they will be precluded fr m any beuellt o
s-aio. estuie. . u. u 'wl s
Aisiee of Frederick II. D'uirdnian.
Abilene, Kansas, October StU A. D. 18-8
Dr. Cadj'a Condition Powders, thej
tone tip the digestive organs, fiee they
system of worms, give tlie horses a
good appetite, causing hem to shed
freely and putting them in shape for
hard work. For sale by Barnes Sc
IS THE BEST.
A Cuke rou Diakkiioka. Mr. J.
A. Bumisou. of Colburg, Moutjroniery
Co., la., lias found out liowhecan cure
any case of Diarrhoea. Two of his
children had Diarrhoea, for about s-ix
weeks he tried four different kinds of
Patent Medicines without lieneGt, but
he finally Rot hold of a bottle of harn
berlain's Colic, Cholera and Diarrhoea
Remedy, which he says completely
cured them, and is confident it will
I cure any case when the plainly printed
I directions are followed. Sold by
Barnes x rsortlicrait.
In Brief, and to the Point.
Dyspepsia is dreadful. Disordered
liver is misery. Iudjgestion is a foe to
The human digestive apparatus is
one of the most complicated and won
derful things in existence, it is easily
put out of order.
Greasy food, tough food, sloppy food,
bad cookery, mental worn , late hours,
and many other things which outfit
not to be, have made the American
people a nation of djspeptics.
Hut Green's Augiial fr lower ha done
a wojtderfnl work in reforming-th:: mid
business a;ul unking the Ameiic.iU
people mi histlthy th.; they enir eajoj
their meals aud be happy.
Remerarier Xo happ:nes without
li.,t:tti. But (Jrreu's August Rmwi
bnnc- health nd Inpoius- to thf 1h
ipi'.c Ask your druggist fur a b?itle.
S100.C00 TO LOAN.
We have S100,000 to loan on farm
and city property at the lowest rates.
Loans closed promptly. No delay.
Abilene Lnvkst3iknt Co.,
Rear room First Mat Bank
8. C. CsANSTOPf,
Attorney at Law
Room 1 Over Palace Drug Stopv
Made for all lands and lots in Dickin
son County, at
IIILAND SOUTIT WORTH,
"" B. B. B.
(Botanic Blood Balm.)
The great Blood Purifier and Tonic.
It cures Scrofula, Kidney Troubles;
Catanh, Skiu Humors, Rheumatism,
Eruptions, Boils, etc., and is a wonder-
rui ionic. eortaie ny liarues & iSorlh
Twelve Years Afflicted.
BLUrVTON. Im , I'eb. C, ISS7.
I Inve bv'n tifflii'tcd with blont potion for
ehe vtar-. Ie nsed pivseeiptions from
phyai' ianrofferf d me dnrlns th it je-rtod. T nitin
thi. dn.ggii-t, W. A (Julelins, I prt ured one bot
Voi 15. B. U indsincltuv..uiil tlijv b tile?,
nda'a y.Ul-fiei It hiMdoneme mori- yood th'in
uythlntr 1 eter ned. I m almo-t well, and am
stir-, within two or three weeks I will oe perrect
well, alter twelve years snuVriwr intensely.
rite o- nd dress Jostrn I'Eist,
Well-county, Ind. Bufci-rand Confeitinm r.
Iliooii Kai.mCo.. Atlinra. G
Wncn i'-ilre io sltt. --. f;-6 l.-r Castcria,
When she "i i'l.; . s!.o crte fir Cuatnri
j When sho i-i-m ilbs, she clan j to Ciitona,
Vheu she had ChilUrza. nho pare them CutorU
Tho Original Wins.
C. K. Simmons. St. I.ouij, Prop
?I. A. Simmons Liver Meiliane.i. i
i'3n. .n the 17. S Court defeats J
II. Z "li-.ProrA.Q.Simraons It
cr Hsfsu' itor, Hst'd by Zcilin i6S.
JI A. S. L. Jl. has for 47 je
Cured INDIGESTION, BlLIOUSNE ,
Appetite, Sour Stomach, Etc
Rev. T II. Rnmc Tf..- f f
OMChurch, Adams, Tenn., writes:"!
iWwk. 1 snouia nave been dead but
lor your Genuine M. A. Sin
inons Liver Medicine. I have
sometimes had to substitute
"Zeilin's stuff' for your iredi
cine, but it don't assurer the
Dr. I. R. flrairM VAitnr TT.r
Bafltilt. MtmnHs-Ti-nn n
rspnred a n?trVim nf vnT ?
Jledia'ne, and have used half of it.
It works like a charm. I want, co
hettrr Liver "Rtmininr at.fl .v.
tainly no more ofjeiUn's siztsre.
IJeljfCca Wllkiu-ou, 01 Browaxtlr. TnJ.
ayc: "1 luui betn In a divtToK'C! condition for
Uireo rear? frOm 'NcrTqujifc. Weakness of tt-j-tomscli,
t'ybpepRla d Innletfou until my
U- iltli was sori. i tud been d'jctoring cou'tat) 1$.
Iv witll no tellff. I bnuelit one bottle Of Snath
American ervir.e. vrhii'h done rue more trcod I
(tbannuy 550 worth or iioaorlnc I evprdVi la ray'
life. I wonld advise every wratly er.oti to hmj
inus vaiuuoiianu io-iv rf!u-o ; a iw inniiftiOJ,
lr Uas cured ine coaipli rely. I corinlUer tt 'he
ifran-teetwcdlriaeli. t.'c worl." A rial toMii
WjII cOnWnge yaiu Price 15 -ms $15. So'.i h
J M llnn t. flrtl!Sr'r. MIenC
Great rejoii-lnir all over me scrU ou nrcoauto
tliedl-CMxeryof Souin.Araerl'D fvine "Mrb ,
auJslre nwi-i-t ajnl r-ftohl .eatlli b iedl-
mc. r.?rronjoies .irvi paia cavr i-n tiir roie
j So' lb Awericja NorTler his noqti-l stMmrc
j f.r a 1 oak StMiiacn. vit J.Vrvcy, wnit Lnrxs
j weakly females, wPaknft- of oirtnr ind Mi forms
' Price 15 vXt. nrt fl.Si ;?ol!l by J. M. GlEissxn:
Saddles, Nets. Whips. Etr
ZST All work warranted.
Hewman's old stand
SOLOMON CITY, - KA5ISAS-.
Order by mill g!Te
W. C. IIE5DBIX, Tp
ynwsry loesU l
ndlc-j west of P. O. aAF
railroadR. Hi -tt
Wf r TtnwA TkJTjr 4?m
vv c nave xuuucv uw
I interest, witk -pTvn
jtiples of $100.00 itt
' any interest payment.
w FISHER fe C.
We have $100,009
to loan on far a&
city property at tk
lowest rates. Lft
closed promptly, f
abiiehb imsTinyfr .,
Bear room First Hat. Iwtk.
6 per st.
With x commlAion or XiGST ftz eesiy
straight. Mon'y yiid wkea p.'jer re led
it f mi nniit
rtr.KL.mm' A ai
I AM aM Ilia Jk Xitn BnsAjac am mm
lev far Ken JJtetvmt, Ktf, Mtfe,X
IlirAIXIZM If Ukra Gntlti. JiWmtiSe-
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I Fit ratitiu, nrj tt;tt(nriMt1iain m m ci
O'bffd in UK. KI.IVE. 'l X-rh ft. Tti irfUm.W
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IS AH 11
Tor sale by
D. n. Smith. Am.r&..
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fat cbaitar aad nertMabeteaTL
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ma erf Aaa Alter aad ia bmh Rnpaa
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TXUSS CO- As . a.
To.- wile by John 11. Gleissner, eov
rsr Uroydwaj and Third- strel Afco
lene, Kansas. T ' M
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