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ABILENE, DICKENSON COUNTY, KANSAS, DECEMBER 20, 1888.
We want all the
OOD fill IjOANi
WIS G-A.lSr G-IET,
At as Favorable a Rate of Interest
as ean be obtained elsewhere.
C"Call on us before you make your Loan.jga
The Abilene Mortgage Co.
Office up-stairs over Citizens Bank.
f Ije lejlecfor.
THURSDAY, DECEMBER 20, 1888
"The Electoral College has no yell,"
remarks a contemporary. This is a
mistake; its yell is ''Hanson and Mor
ton." The improvements at Port Riley,
completed and under contract, amount
to $588,752.19. In this is included a
$45,000 water works plant and $51,000
steam heating plant.
Senator Voorhees will make a speech
on the tariff. We hope he will stir up
Ingalls again. Another of the Kansas
Senator's little doses of satire would
make a good Christmas story.
Pensioning the ex-Presidents is a
question now coming up again. Cleve
land and Hayes will be the only ones to
njoy a pension for eight years to come,
should there be a provision made for
such a matter.
The members elect to the Legislature
from the Fifth and Sixth Congressional
districts met at Beloit last week and
pledged themselves to support Z. T.
Walrond,of Osborne county ,f or Speaker
of the House. Parsons Sun.
South Carolina is the one State mak
ing most noise about the injustice done
her by the present suffrage qualifica
tions. South Carolina cast 79,565 votes
at tho last election, and has. seven Con
gressmen representing her at Washing
ton. Let every editor in the Northwest
publish and comment upon tho inter
view of Senator Rush, from Larned,
that was published last Friday in the
Topeka Capital-Commonwealth. No
greater inBult could be offered to the
people of the Northwest than is con
tained in this short interview.
A total eclipse of the sun will occur
January 1st. It will be visible in Kan
sas just before sunset as .a partial
eclipse. The path of totality will
enter the United States between San
Francisco and Cape Mehdocino, and
passing east through California,
northwestern Nevada, Idaho and Mon
tana, will terminate iu. northwestern
Manitoba at sunset. .
The Atiiiene Reflector bobs up
with Z. T. Walrond as a candidate for
Speaker of the next House. Vichita
That is just the way we "bob," gen
tlemen. We are in favor of giving the
North andWest of Kansas a show and
propose tjr do Some hard fighting on
that line between now and the meeting
of the Legislature.
The Globe Democrat is demanding
that the direct tax levied on the States
in 1861 and 1862 should either be re
funded by the government to the States
which paid it, or the States which
failed to pay it should be compelled to
call at the captain's office and settle.
The former plan is the preferable one,
but common justice and fairness de
mand that the latter should be adopted
if the other be defeated.
The Wichita Eagle has this: It is
urged in high quarters that a part of
the surplus could not be used to a bet
ter advantage than to build huge reser
voirs at the mouths of the Rocky
Mountain eulches. whicb would not
only prevent the disastrous floods
caused by the high waters of the rivers
Mississippi, Arkansas and. Red. but
could be used to convert the arid strip
of land, 800 miles long by 300 in
breadth, the Great American Desert,
into green fields, and thus stake it in
habitable. Something lika a-quarter of
a million dollars was appropriated by
the last Congress and is now being ex
pended in making scientific investiga
tion of the reservoir scheme and if the
reports of the experts engaged in the
work shall be favorable there is little
doubt that the government will engage
in the undertaking on an
TTK WILL BE PRESIDENT.
K. C. Journal: Gen. Harrison will
be President himself. In the canvass
the Democrats and Mugwumps thought
him weak. They thought him a figure
head for Blaine. They were fright
ened. During campaign he impressed,
all with his masterful mind and the
impression still continues. His silence
regarding the Cabinet is admirable.
The Democrats will keep on guessing
but nobody will know till Mr. Harri
son tells. When the names are sent in
they will be of men calculated to make
the administration successful.
A BLESSING FROM ANNEXATION.
N. Y. Sun: Five public questions of
prime importance would be settled,
easily and naturally, by the annexation
of Canada to the United States. These
are the fisheries, the fortification of the
northern border, the complication
arising from the Inter-State Commerce
law applying to one country and not to
the other, the navigation of the Cana
dian waterways, and the custom duties
between the two countries. In all Can
ada would be mostbenefited. Another
blessing would be numerically over
whelming the Solid South. That is
sure to be done by the West some day
soon. Political differences make busi
ness friendliness between North and
South difficult. The South would not
like to be overpowered. Democracy,
its ksynote and keystone, would be re
lieved of a peculiar difficulty.
ADMITTING NEW MEXICO.
New York Tribune: The Demo
cratic caucus of the House has decided
in favor of admitting New Mexico in
the bill with the Northwest Territories.
New Mexico has sufficient population
but in civilization is where it was in
1776. Its population is not American
but Spanish. The average of intelli
gence is low. We made a mistake in
admitting Nevada. Do not repeat it.
The Northwest Territories are fit
State material. They can safely be in
vited in. New Mexico should wait un
til she is Americanized.
A RESPONSIBLE PARTY.
Emporia Republican: The Demo
crats say that the Republicans will have
a big responsibility during the next
four years. They are good for it.
They carried the Nation through the
civil war and never made such failures
as have the Democrats. They accept
the trust. The Republican party is a
party that is not afraid of responsi
bility. It is a party that thrives on re
sponsibilities, because it knows how to
The Next Speaker.
The Clay Center Times has the fol
lowing enthusiastic sketch of Hon. Z.
T. Walrond, who is the choice of the
Northwest for speaker of the next
TTansas House of "Renresentatives:
Z. T. Walrond,' the man whom the
members of the House from the Fifth
and Sixtn congressional districts have
concluded to support for Speaker, is a
resident of Osborne, Osborne county,
He was bom in -Kentucky 41 years
ago and now enjoys the distinction of
being the oldest actual settler of Os
borne county, having homesteaded
there 18 years ago. He was the first
justice of the peace, and from 1874 to
1878 served as register or deeds, in
'74 was admitted to the bar and at
once took high standing in the North
west along with the imported bright
and shiuing legal lights. From '81 to
'S5 was county attorney and in '86 was
elected to the House and was appointed
a member of the judiciary committee.
He gained high rank with his col
leagues .and was one of the most useful
members. Last fall he was re-elected
practically without opposition. Mr.
Walrond is a man of the'nignest cnar-
acter and unbounded popularity .in
hi3 own district "Xo man stands
higher or closer in the affections of his
borne people, tie is a convincing
speaker,Mflear headed and logical and
will mpkf as good an offlcen, as the
Kansas House of Representatives ever
Edgar Fawcett, the story writer, is
mad because the New York critics
have been pointing out bad grammar
in his novels. Serves him right. If
he were to follow the craze and write
only dialect stories, he wouldn't have
Sooth's Grabbing Act.
Senator Rush has recently given
vent to the following comment on the
letter of Hon. J. R. Burton:
No greater compliment could have
been paid to the Southwest, its poli
ticians and the business enterprise of
that section; not forgetting the compli
ment paid the Santa Fe Railroad com
pany, in claiming that they always
stood ready to assist any enterprise, all
of which is very true. They are with
us in time of need as well as prosperity.
The politicians and business men owe
Mr. Burton much for this able article;
it is full of truth and facts, and many
towns along the Santa Fe which in the
past two years have subscribed liber
ally toward having their attractions
written up, were not benefited half as
much as promises to result from the
.Burton letter. The bouthwest owes
Mr. Burton a debt of everlasting grati
tude; but we are of the opinion that the
letter will not have the effect on the
Legislature which was intended. Cap
tain Henry Booth is the subject of the
letter and could well afford to present
Mr. Burton with $500 as a Christmas
present, and if I were a politician and
iu the line of promotion, I should feel
under personal obligations to Mr. Bur
ton for as able an article thus published.
The letter will not cement the North
west, but the Southwest will again
come to the front as a unit, and Cap
tain Henry Booth will undoubtedly
be elpcted Speaker or the next House.
Senator Rush lives at Larned. He
is the State Senator elect from his dis
trict. He has held that office already
f or.four years. He is a wealthy banker.
He is a warm friend of Mr. Booth's.
What he says therefore can be taken as
the position of Mr. Booth and his
friends in this contest.
What is that position? First, boiled
down iu a few words, it is this: He
says Mr. Burton's letter is true, that is
that the Southwest has been aided by
the Santa Fe railroad politically more
than it it has commercially. Second:
That the Southwest has more than its
share politically in fact has well nigh
everything. Third: It intends to have
everything else in sight. Fourth:
What is the balance af the State going
to do about it? The Northwest will
not be cemented says the Senator.
The Southwest will come up as a unit
for Mr. Booth, says Mr. Rush.
How does any member from the
Northwest like this kind of talk? How
does. any member from the Southeast
portion of the State like it? What do
the members of the Northeast portion
of the State 'think of it?
The pretentions little village of
Larned for years had the Register and
Receiver of the U. S. Land Office.
Mr. Booth was an emcumbent of one
of Jlhese offices. Last summer this
same city had one of the delegates-at-large
to Chicago. It also had the
chairman of the last Republican State
convention. It has the chairman of
the Republican State Central Commit
tee. It has had for four years past the
State Senator from that district. It
has the Stat e Senator-elect from that
district. It has the State Auditor.
It has the'State Auditor-elect. It has
two candidates for Federal positions,
Mr. Booth being one of them; and in
the face of all this Senator R.nsh gives
it out that Larned will have the
The little Senator's assurance re
minds us of the impudence of Boss
Tweed when he was arraigned for pil
fering from the treasury of New York
City. Stepping in front of the foot
lights he said with unblushing effront
ery, "We have got your money and
what are you goingio do about it?"
But Mr. Rush should remember that
Boss Tweed died in jail.
Large packing houses arejaeing es
tablished at Hutchinson. Jt'isstrange
that capitalists should stop' at that city
rather than go on to Larned, certainly
there are more hogs ar the latter place
than can be found at the former.
TJfe Official Vote.
The official returns of the vote of the
Nation for President on Nov. 6th are
Colorado. . .
Ohio- .. .......
With the above the total vote given
the four candidates for president in
18B4wJlibeof interest. It is as fol
lows: Cleveland, D. 4,911.017
Blaine. H 1 4i8.351
St. John. P .............. ........ 151,869
Several hundred editors are just now
discussing the matter of lifting one's
hat to a lady, and many think it an
unnecessary and troublesome form. It
seems to us that it is no more than is
reasonably due to the gentler sex.
This simple act of' courtesy is not at
all an excess in value over the plea3ant
smile of a lady if she be a lady.
Eead Your Paroles.
General Chalmers, of Mississippi, re
cently called on Gwieral Harrison and
drew from the President elect the most
pronounced utterance yet given by him
on the "Southern question," to the
effect that he will say to the Southern
people, 4'G;o home and read over again
your paroles, in which you pledged
your honor to abide by the laws of your
country. It is no harder yoke for you
to bear than it is for me. I have to
obey the laws of the United States and
so must you!"
We have not the exact language used
just at hand, but the above is in sub
stance the gist of it. Read it over
carefully and you will find an ordinary
five column nonpareil speech boiled
down to about seven lines of the sound
est argument yet delivered on the ques
tion. Some other person once said that
he would direct the attention of the
Southern people to the Constitution of
the United States, which was a quip
well worth remembering, but General
Harrison has turned back the pages of
history for over a quarter of a century
with one flip of his finger and cites the
brigadiers to the documents which they
signed at Vicksburg, at Gettysburg, at
Appomatox. And as it has been the
proud boast of the Southerner that his
word of honor is as good as his soul,
let him now cogitate over that pledged
honor and resolve to be the gentleman
that he has neglected to be for so many
years. Beloit Courier.
Many persons contract severe colds
during the early winter months and
allow them to hang on persistently all
winter; weakening the lungs and pav
ing the way for catarrh, chro. ic bron
chites or consumption. No one can
afford to neglect a. cold. A single bot
tle of Chamberlain's Cough Remedy
will cure the most severe cold and
costs but 50 cents. For sale by Barnes
& Northcraf t.
FITS: All Fits stopped free by Dr.
Kline's Great. Neve Restorer. No
Fits after first-duys use Marvelous
cures. Treatisn and 82.00 trial bottle
free to Fit cases. Send to Dr. Kline,
931 Arch Philadelphia, Pa.
For Sale A Choice Home.
One of the finest residence properties
in Abilene in the handsomest and
healthiest part of the city is offered
for sale at an astonishingly low price.
Three one-acre lots, good house, barn,
fruit-trees, etc. overloooks the city,
valley and surrounding country in all
directions magnificent view. No oth
er place half as cood, for the money,
can be found in our beautiful city,
Here is the best bargain, for the right
purchaser, offered in Abilene. Inquire
of O. L. Moore or Homer W- Wilson.
Grows and Deals jn
Fruit and Orna
Orders by mall given
W. ft HKXnRIX, Prop
Nursery located 1JJ
miles west Of P. O. near
railroads. 22 -tt
S. M, WISE,
Is located in new quai ters on
3d Street near Spruce.
Gentlemen's Suits in the Latest
Styles of Goods and Cuts.
Out-of-town Orders giyen prompt
Remember my new location.
S. EL Wise, Abilene, Kas.
Saddles, Nets, Whips, Etc,
Jfewman's old stand.
SOLOMON CITY, - KANSAS.
We have $100,000
to loan On farm iid
city "'property ai'the
lowest rates. Loans
closed promptly. No
ABHiESE IHTESTMT.yT CO.,
JUatJaom First Eat. Bank..
6 per ct.
With & commladon er BIGHT per cent
straight. Moaey tpald whea papers are signed.
For Sale or Trade.
The Cottage house in Solomon City.
Its location is unsurpassed, is well and
favorably known to the traveling' pub
lic with a good trade built up. Would
trade for a farm or property in a good
live town. J. M. Presiiaw,
9-tf Solomon City, Kansas.
Abilene, Kas., Dec. 13, 1SSS.
The partnership heretofore existing
between E. J. Lewis and T. E. Baker,
under the firm name of Baker and
Lewis, is this day dissolved by mutual
All debts, notes and accounts due the
firm will be paid to E. J. Lewis, and
he will pay all the debts of the firm.
The business will hereafter be carried
on at the old stand on Buckeye Ave.,
near the R. I. depot by E. J. Lewis.
The dry cold weather of the early
winter months is productive of a great
deal of croup among children. Mothers
should be on the lookout for it, and he
piepared to arrest it as soon as the Grst
symtoms appear. True croup never
comes without warning; a day or two
before the attack the child will become
hoarse, and that syintom is soon fol
lowed by a peculiar, rough cough. If
Chamberlain's Cough Remedy is given
as soon as this hoarseness or cough ap
pears, all, danger and anxiety may be
avoided; it has never failed, even in
the most severe cases. There is no
danger in giving the Remedy for it con
tains no injurious substances. For
sale by Barnes & Northcraf t.
Dr. Cady's Condition Powders, they
tone up the digestive orgaus, free they
system of worms, give the horses a
good appetite, causing them to shed
freely and putting them in shape for
hard work. For sale by Barnes &
South American Nervine,
The great conqueror of Indigestion,
Dyspepsia, all Nervous Diseases and
failing health builder beyond compari
son ever discovered and the most certain
and absolute preventive and euro for
Consumption, when used in time, ever
offered to the afflicted. It preforms
these maivelous cures by filling the
blood with richness and vital plasma
which rapidly heals all diseased and
broken tissues and casts off all disease
from the system. A trial bottle will
convince you. Price In cents.and $1 .25
Notice of Dissolution.
Notice is hereby given that the part
nership heretofore existing between
the undersigned is this day dissolved
by mutual consent, A. II. Landis re
tiring from said firm. The business
will be continued by P. W. Allen who
will pay all outstanding accounts and
collect all accounts due the firm.
Dated this 17th day of Dec, 1888.
P. W. Allen.
193-2twl7-3t A, H. Landis.
Whooping cough is attended with
but little danger when the cough is
kept loose and expectoration easy by
the free use of Chamberlain's Cough
Remedy. Sold by Barnes & North
craft Rebecca Wilkinson, OI Urownsvalley, Ind.
says: i had been in a distressed condition for
three years from Jtervousness, Weakness of the
Stomach, Dyspepsia and Indigestion until my
health was pone. I had been doctoring constant
ly with no relief. I nought one bottle of South
American Nervine, which dena me more good
than any S50 worth gf doctoring I ever did in my
life. I would, aJvise every weakly person to use
thte valuable and lovely remedy ; a few bottles of
it has cured me completely. I consider It the
grandest medicine in the world.' A trial bottle
will convince you. Price 15 cents f 1.25. Sold by
J. M. Ulelssner, druggist. Abilene,
An old physician, retired from active practice
having had placed in his hands by an East India
missionary the formula of a simple vegetable
remedy for the speedy and permanent cure of
consumption. Bronchitis, Catarrh, Asthma and
all Throat and Lung affections, after having
thoroughly tested its wonderful curative power
in thousands of cases, feels it his dutv to make
it known to his suffering fellows. The recipe
sent FBEp, to all who may desire It with full direc
tions far preparing and successfully using. Ad
drere, with stamps, naming this paper,
M. K. CASS. 210 Grand St.. Jersey City. N. J.
I 10 LOAN!
After having made arrangements in
the .hast for the loaning of money,
I wi3h to announce to the
public that I am now
0! m ID CITY HOUR,
At tie Very Loiest Rates,
MONEY TO BE HAD
It will pay
and see me.
you to come
K. E. SEED
Office with C.
S. Craxford, over Keileyj
B. C. CRANSTON,
Attorney at Law
Room 1 Over Palace Drug Store.
Made for all lands and. lots in Dickin
son County, at
STATE OP KANSAS, I .
Dickinson county, f03-
Joan II. Rand
Edward r. Bell and Linda M. Bell,
Bv virtue of an order of ale is.;nl out ofthi.
clerk's office of the district court sitting in and
for said Dickinson county. In th above entitled
action and to me directed, I will on Monday, the
.(1st day of December, 183S, at 10 o'clock In the
forenoon of said day, at the front door of the
court house in said county, offer for sale at public
auction and sell without appraisement to the
highest and best bidder for cash In hand, to sat
isfy said order of sale, all the estate, title and in
terest of the above named defendants, and each
of thorn, and all persons claiming under them, in
and to the following dessribed tract and parcel of
land situated in said county: The east half of
the southwest quarter of section thirty-four (24),
in township sixteen (16), south of range three (3)
east of the sixth principal meridian in Dickliuon
county. Kifnsas, and containing eighty (So) acres
more or less, together with the appurtenances
Given under my hand at my office in the city of
Aoiiene. in sam county, mis Mitn aav or Novem
ber, 1883. D. W. Naill, Sheriff.
Owen A. Bassett, Sallna, Kas., Attorney for
Under and by virtue of an order of sale Issued
by the Clerk ot the District Court of Dickinson
County, State of Kansas, in a canse pending
therein, wherein Thomas KIrby is I'lalntiff, ami
William Davis, Mary J. Da 13, Mary 51. Dicker
son, E. 51. 5Ierriaeld, D.S. Beemer, Edith Beemcr
and Wright S. Travis are Defendants, I will on
Monday, January 14th, A. D. 1889,
at the front door of the court house, in the city of
Abilene, County of Dickinson, State of Kansa.at
:o o'clock a. m., of said day, sell to the highest
bidder for cash, the following real e-tate ;to wit:
Lot twenty (20) In block nineteen (19) In Kuney
and Hodze's addition to the City of Abilene, in
Dickinson county. State of Kansis. Subject to
a mortgage of SSOO.tO. The said real estate will
be sold pursuant to the judgment of the court In
aid cause recited in said order Of sale.
Witness my hand this 11th day of December A.
D. 18SS. D W. Naill, Sheriff,
of Dickinson County. Kansas. 15-St
Notice of Appointment.
STATE OF KANSAS, I
Dickinson County, J
In the matter of the estate of Addison S. Jarnl
gan late of DIcilnson County, Kansas.
Notice is hereby given that on the 8th day of
December, A. D. 1SS3. the undersigned was by
the 1'robnte court of Dickinson County. Kanas.
duly appointed and qnalifled as administrator of
the estate of Addison S. Jarnlgan late of Dlckin
fori County, deceased. All parties interested in
sak! estate will take notice and govern themselves
accordingly. T. B. Moslet, Administrator.
IIurtos & Moobk. Atto-ney, 15-3t
All persons interested arc hereby notified that
L.the undersigned, assignee of Frederick II
ISoardman, recently engaged In buslnee-s at Abi
lene, In Dickinson county, Kansas, under the
firm name of F. II. Iioardman and company, will,
on the l.tth, 14th and 15th days of Febrnury, A. D.
18S9, between the hours of Dine o'clock a. m. and
live o'clf'Ck p m. of said days, at the office of the
Kansas Farm 5lortgage company in the city ol
Abilene, Dickinson county, Kansas, proceed pub
licly to adjust and allow demands against the es
tate nnd effects of the said Frederick II. Board
mnn, assignor; and all creditors are required to
attend at said place during the said time and lay
before me, as such assignee, the nature and
amount of their demands; and unless they shall
do so they will be precluded from any benefit of
said estate. W. G. CWLES,
Assignee of Frederick II. Boardman.
Abilene, Kansas, October 8th A. D. 185:8.
Notice of Final Settlement.
In the Probate Court of Dickinson county, State
of Kansas. '
In the matter of the estate of Timothy Bucll, de
ceased. Creditors and all other persons Interested in
the estate or Timothy Bueli, deceased, will take
notice that Allie D. Buell, administratrix of said
estate, win make Anal settlement of said estate
at, the January term of said Probate Court of
Dickinson county, Kansas, and on the 7th day
ot January. A. D. 18a9, or as soon thereafter s a
hearing can be had. ALLIE D. BUSLL,
Notice of Final Settlement.
In the Probate Court of Dickinson county. State
In the matter of the estate of Albert Dararow,
Creditors and all other persons interested in
the estate of Albert Damrow deceased, will take
notice that Henry Whltlfy. administrator of said
estate, will make final settlement of said estate
at tho January term of said Probate Court of
Dickinson county, Kansas, and On the 7th day of
January, A. D. 1889, or as toon thereafter as a
hearing can be had HEXKY WH ITLEY.
UNDER AND BY VIRTUE OF AN O'DER
of sale Issued by the Clerk of the District
Court ot Dickinson county. State of Kansas, in a
canee pending therein, wherein Elizabeth Stin
son Is plaintiff, and L. A. Peck, John Watts, John
F. Kaster and Jamea K. Wilton are defendants,
I will, on
Monday, January 7th, A. D- 1889.
at the front doorof the court house. In the cltj of
Abllca, county of Dickinson, State or Kansas,
at 10 o'clock a. ni. of said day, sell to the highest
bidder for cash, the following real estate, to-wlt:
Lots Nos. two and four ('2 and 4) In block No.
nlne'(9) in the town of Carlton, In Dickinson
county, State of Kansas.
The said real estate will be sold pursuant to
the Judgment of the Court In said cause recited
id said order of sale.
Witness my hand this 5th day of Dcember, A.
D. 1638. D. W. NAILL,
15-Et Sheriff of Dickinson county, Kas.
Notice of Final Settlement.
In the Probate Court oi Dicklnscn county. State
In the matter of the estate ot Susie W. Risser,
Creditors and all other persons Interested in
the estate Snsie W. Risser, deceased, will take
notice that Frances Kisser, administratrix otsaid
estate, will make final settlement of said estate
at the January term of said Probate Court of
Dlckinton county. Kansas, and on the 7th day of
January. A. D. 1883, or as soon thereaOer a3 a
hearing can be had. FRANCES HISSER,
Notice of Final Settlement.
In the Probate court of Dickinson Connty, State
In the matter of the estate of William II. White
Creditors and all other persons interested in
the estate of William II. Whitehuret. deceased.
wiuiaKenuuue ma. xin. xxuu, fiuiiiwwvi
of a!d estate, will make final settlement of bald
.-- - Tmmv farm rt attfH PmtlflfA rnnTt
of Dickinson coonty. Kansas, acd on the 7th day
or January, a. u. iosy,ui as twu wiutain.. .. ..
hearing can be bad. H.H Flotd
Hotice of Appointment Administra
tor. STATE OF KANSAS,) ...
Dickinson County, c"
In the matteror the estate of Darid Iluttmann
late of Dickinson coaLty. Kansas.
Notice is hereby given that on the 30th day of
November, A. D. ifcS3. the nna"ersisml was. oy
me rroDau? toun 01 uicAjnwju tuumj. iuuiti
duly appointed and qualified as administrator.
u.i,h tiil Tinervl nf the p-tntft of David Hntt-
mann.' late of Dickinson connty, dc eared!
AH persons inierestea ui iskc uuutc uiu gu,-.
em themgelTes accordingly.
15-St SAMUEL BKiCKEK, Administrator.
We have Money to
loan at 6 1-2 per cent,
interest, with -"Drivi-
lege of paying In mul
tiples oi $iuu.uu at
any interest payment.
Great rejoicing all over the world on account
the dicoery of South American Nervine which
is acknowledged by all as the moat valuable med
ical discovery of this century. It posses sea prop
ertles which quick! cure the Stomach andNervei
andglve sweet and refreshing health where dl
ease. nervouness and pain have been the rule
South American Nervine has no equal as&eura
for a weak Stomach, weak Nerves, weak Lungs,
weakly females, w cakncSs of old age and all farms
of failing health. A trial bottle will convince you
Price 15 cts, and 11.35. Sold by J. M. Glwasxix
drncglt, Abilene. Klines.
$100,000 -To Xoan-$100,000.
One hundred thousand dollars to
loan at lowest rates onf am property.
Fky, itoYEU & Co.,
14-tf Citizens Bank building.
Dixon's "Carbunt of Iron" Stove
Polish is tho best and purest. The new
big cake is double th6 size of the old
mall rkp nid snld ar same prirp.
Cholera Morbus is one of the nins
hateful and dangerous diseases, many
deaths resulting from it each year,
usually because it is not properly treat
ed: The most severe cases may be
cured by using Chamberlain's Colic,
Cholera and Diarrhoea Remedy. It
never fails. Sold by Barnes & North
craft. ITPDO Look to your interest
.IIJjUD and keeD vour hoirs and
poultry free from cholera by purchas
ing a package of Haas' Celebrated Hog
and Poultry powder of Barnes & North
craft. Found by Accident.
Baltimore. Md., January 2Sth, 1$8T.
I have been a sufferer for six years with
Catarrh. Ulcerated Sore Throat and Rheumatism
of the Chest, irom blood poison. About four
weeks ago I was passing the Botanic Blood Balm
store. No. 8. North street, Baltimore. I Went In
and consulted your agent about my case. He
gave me one ot yourB. B. B. "Book of Wonders,"
which I read. I railed In a few days afterward
and got a bottle or your Botanic Blood Balm B.
B. B. I am now on the third bottle and will say
that I have felt a marked improvement since the
third day alter commencing to use jour medicine.
I now have no trouble with my throat. And hav
lmprovid so much ovory way that I am satisfied
that by the use of your medicine I will toon bo
I have taken many and some good prescriptioa
and medicines for this trouble, but I think your
U. B. B. the best remedy I have had. and I cheer
fully recommend yonr "Botanic Blood Babn" to
the public as the quickest and best blood remedy
I have found, after six lony years of eearch tor
health. Very respectfully yours, , ,
210 Slemmors Alley. Joseph w. Juyrnt.
Ruon R ai.m Co.. Atlanta. Oa. , ,
Give Them a Chance.
That is to say, your lungs. Also al
your breathing machinery. Yery won
derful machinery it is. Not only the
larger air-passages, bnt the. thousands
of little tubes and cavities leading from
When these are clogged and choked
with matter which ought not to be
there, your lungs cannot half do their
work. And wliat they do, they cannot
Call it cold, cough,cronp, pneumonia,
catarrh, consumption or any of the
family of throat and nose and head and
lung obstructions, all are bad. All
ought to be got rid of Thore Is just
one sure way td get rid of them. That
is to take Boschee's German Syrup,
which any druggist will sell yon at 75
cents a bottle. Even if everythingelse
hasfailed you, you,ma.T depend upon
!B. -B. B. .
(Botanic Blood Bala.)
The great Blood Purifier and Tonic.
It cures Scrofnla, Kidney Troubles;
Catarrh, Skin Humorsv Rheumatism,
Eruptions, Boils, etc., and is a wonder
ful tonic For sale by Barnes & North
ca SfVJ&J. HD SW a80, L
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For sale by
G. Smith, Abilenfi.Kas,.
Tf hen lUby waa aick, w prre her Cutorla,
When she wad a Child, she cried for Csatorb
When she became Hiss, she clous to CwtorU,
Wnen she had Children, she gave them Cteri
1 sell more bottles ot
DC. Feth Arnold
thnn of any other cough
Medicine kept in stock, al
thuugli I Ueep fifteen Tarie
Drnggists, 23c, Kc and S1.00.
The Original Wins.
C. F. Simmons, St. Houi, PropT
M. A. Simmons Lirer Medicine, Est'd
1840, in the U. S. .Court DCrzATS J.
H. Zeilin, Prop'r A. Q. Simmons Liv
er Regulator, Ext'd by Zeilia i!63.
M. A. S. L. M. has for 47 yeats
cured iNDiGisTlojf, Bmousxsss,
Aptstitz, Sous. Stomach, Etc.
Iter. T. B. Reams, Pastor M. .
Church, Adams, Tens., writes: "1
Uunlc 1 snouid narc Decs aeaa dui
lor yoar Genuine M. A. aim
moss Lirer Medicine. I have
sometimes bad to substitute
"Zcilin's stnfP'for yoor Medi-
jCejgijjl cine, but it doa't answer the
'uHist. Men Dhls.Tena. sars:
received a oackae of Tflar Liver
Medicine, and have used half of it.
It works like a charm. I wast no
better Liver Regulator at cer
tainly no more of Zeiliaa ait-tare.
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