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ABILENE WEEKLY REFLECTOR, ABILENE, KANSAS, MARCH 30, 1893.
tiiub8da, mauou so. i893.
Some of the farmers who ate Id
jwn every day feel that they ought to
ave something to eay In the city elec
ion. Little Harry, a son of Mr. and Mis.
A. Meek on Bullock & Maker's ranch
,aa been low with severe attack of
.nembranous croup but is Improving.
The Burnett entertainment In the
Lutheran church last evening nolted a
good sum for the church. The lecture
and views wore'.entertalnlng and Inter
esting. IM. Little's attompt to stand with
with one foot In Cairo and the other In
Dickinson county resulted In disaster
u might havo been expected. State
George Shook was released from
mprlsonment In the county jail last
vcnlng by the county commissioners
in the recommendation of Judge
P. Byrne Is sufforlng from a severe
flesh wound In bis leg. Having lifted
the end of a harrow the Implement fell
and one tho teeth caught In the llesh
tearing an ugly gash.
l'oor Judge Glenn has suffered
sufficiently for his rash request to kiss
Baby Ruth, but he has not deserved
the blow the Sallna Itepubllcan has
Just given him. That paper calls him
Senn. Lawrence Ilccord.
Flayed High rive,
The West Side High Five club was
entertained last evening at the home of
Mr. and Mrs. Augustus Zahner. It Is
needless to say that the evening was
thoroughly enjoyed. The contests in
the fascinating game were won by Mrs.
V. 1 Oullck and Mrs. F. 11. llearce,
who received prizes for their skill.
Dainty refreshments were served and
the evening passed with much pleasure
Tutt's Tills In ubb 30 years.
The Boston Comlo Opera company
will be at tho Donebrnke on the even
Ing of April Sd In "Said Pasha." The
Ft. Scott Monitor snld of It the other
day: "Bvery lover of good music, of a
good comlo opein, given by a compnny
of first class talent should not fall to
attend the opera tonight, for tho Bos
on Opera company Is one of tho best
hat has appeared In Fort Scott this
roson, l'hero Is not n poor voice In
ho company and nil. the leading Blng
irs are artists. Last night that pretty
title opera, Said Pasha was given
vid the performance was excellent
rom beginning to end not n break."
Iho Monitor's Abuse of the Catholic
Church Generally Condemned.
Probably the most idtotlo material
out of which to conooct a sensation
that has been put forth In years is n
protended letter from tho Popo, order
ing Catholics to prepare for n war of
extermination upon the Protestants.
Nobody In the wholo United States has
over been deceived by it except the
Monitor man who publishes It ns n
great matter of news, although -the
circular from which Ira got it Is several
years old. Tho Catholio church Is too
great to miko Itsolf ridiculous and
contains too many of our best citizens
among its membership to consider any
such silliness, Bvery town has one of
these scares occasionally. Abllene's
has been grinding along for two months
nod was even supplemented by a Muu-
cbausen-llke Btory of guns by tho
hundred being unloaded to be ready
for the massacre. It Is not necessary
to say that this, too, was a falsehood.
The Monitor's stab at tho Catholio
church, even though it tries to cover
up Its speaking, cowardly abuse on
another page, will not soon be forgot
ton by lovers of falr.play and honesty
In rtllgloa as well as in other things.
The Monitor says that the men bring
ing the letter to It represented them
selves to be Catholics nnd lied to it.
One of these men is Bald to have been
Kobert Miller of Wlllowdale township
one of Dickinson county's best citizens
and, as every one knows, above any
misrepresentation. The Monitor's
attempt to saddlo Its c6vert attack on
the church on to Mr. Miller la worthy
that paper's dishonest methods.
State ok Onto, Crrv ok Tolkuo, I
Lucas County. (
Frank J. Cheney makes oath that he
la the senior partner of the llrm of F.
.Cheney & Co., doing butluess In the
City of Toledo, County and State afore
said, and that said firm will pay the
sum of ONEHUND11ED DOLLAUS
for each and every cane of catarrh that
cannot be cured by the use of Hall's
Frank J. Cheney.
Sworn to before me and subscribed
in my presence, ibis Oth day of Decem
ber, A. D. lbBO.
) A. W. Ulkabon,
( Notary Public.
Hall's Catarrh Cure Is taken Internally
and acts directly on the blood and
mucous surfaces of the system. Send
for testimonials, fre.
Frank J. Cheney & Co., Toledo, O
arSoId by Druggists, 76c.
BucUen'i Arnica Salve.
The Best Salve In the world for cuts,
bruises, sores, ulcers, salt rheumatism,
fever sores, chapped hands, chilblains,
corns, and all skin eruptions, and
positively cures piles, or no pay
required. It Is guaranteed to give
tiorfoot satisfaction, or money refunded,
'rice W cents per box. For Bale By
Jl M. QWsWer.
NO, THANK YOU.
Mr. Warflold Declines to Be the Tool
of tho Populists.
The following letter from J. B. War
Held wbo was put on the Populist city
ticket sprung on the people yesterday
evening explains Itself. It is worth
To the Voten of the ronrth Ward I
I have Just learned that my name
appears In the News as a candidate for
member of the school board from the
Fourth ward upon the Populist or bo
called "Citizens" ticket, I desire to
state to the voters of tho Fourth ward
that I am not a candidate for any ofllce
to bo filled at the coming city election.
And there are numerous very signifi
cant reasons why I could not in any
event consent that my name should be
used in connection with tbe ticket pub
lished In the News. Among these
reasons Bre the following:
First, I am a itepubllcan, I attend
ed the Itepubllcan caucus, the Itepub
llcan city convention and assisted In
placing in nomination a ticket which I
believe is composed throughout of
competent, honorable and substantial
business men of tho city, whoso every
Interest is Identical with tbe welfare
nnd prosperity of the city and the wise
and economical administration of its
affairs and who when elected will per
form their duties with impartiality and
unflinching fidelity to every Interest of
all tho people of the city nnd I do not
believe It Is honorable for any man to
go Into a caucus nnd assist In nominat
ing n ticket and then go out and try
to defeat that ticket.
Second, I do not want my name on
the ticket pnbllshed In tho News for
the reason that I do not believe any
two or threo men have any right to get
together In some back room and there
dictate a ticket for the masses of the
people to vote. It savors too much
of what is usually styled the 'rlog" in
politics. Where two or three men
assume to dlctato who tho candidate
for office shall bo It may generally be
set down as fact that these two or
threo men liava a purposo of their own
to accomplish and that they expect
thoso whoso names nre on such ticket
to materially aid them In the accom
plishment of that purpose.
J, 11. Wahkield,
Aiiilkni!, March 21.
Admitted tbe Facts.
Newspaper editors havo to be very
enruful In opening their columns fur
statements. But awaro that the Dr.
Miles Medical Co., are responsible, we
make room for the following testimon
ials from It, McDougaM, Auburn, Ind,
who for two years noticed n stoppage
or skipping of the pulse, ills left ride
got so tender he could not lie on It, his
heart fluttered, he was alarmed, wont
to different doctors, found no relief.
but one bottle of Dr. Miles' New
Heart Cure cured him. Tho elegant
book, "New nnd Startling Facts," free
at J. M.Clelssnor. It tells all about
heart and nervous diseases and many
Coughing Leads to Consumption,
Kemp's Balsam stops the cough at once.
World's Fair Boarding House
All persons attending tho World's
Fair can find good board and lodging
with former Dickinson county people
at 0921 Wentworlh nvenue, Chicago,
with .1. Wenger and II. 11. Sloner
Correspondence solicited. 02 0m
Of the Superior Court writes: From
mental exhaustion, my nervous aystem
became shattered, nnd I was utterly
unable to sleep nlghta. Sulphur Hitters
cured mn, sleep is now sound, sweet,
8. D. C.whatU ItV
For Salo Cheap or Bxchango.
A thntoughbrrd Shire, stallion live
years old, pedigree guaranteed, for site
cheap or will exchange for cattlo or
young horses. Seo or address mo at
once at Navario, Kas.
4 21c N. 0. HeiisiikV.
Three days Is n very short ttmu In
w hlch tn cure n bad case of rheumatism;
but It can bo done, if the proper treat
ment Isndopted, niVIII bo jeenby the
follfiH lug from James Lambert, (it Now
llrunawlck. Ills,: "I was Imdly
uullcted with rheumatism In the hips
nnd legs, when I bought n bottle of
Chamberlain's Pnln Halm. It cured
mo In three davB. I am nil right to
lay: anil would Insist un every ono wnn
Is iillllcted with that terrible disease) to
use Chatiiberlnln'H Pain Halm and get
well at once." 60c Lotties for salo liy
W. P. (iulick, the druggist.
We have made arrangement with
Dr. II. J. Kendal Co., publishets of
"A Tieatlso on tho Horse nud Ills
Disease," which will enable all our
subscribers to obtain n copy of that
valuable work free by sending their
address (enclosing n two cent stamp
for mailing same) to Dr. II. J. Kendall
& Co., Kuosburgli Falls, 't. This
book Is now recognized as standard
authority upon nil diseases ot the horso
hs its phenomenal cale attests, over
four million copies having been sold
In tho past years, it sale never before
reached by any publication In tho same
period of time. We feel confident that
our pitrons will appreciate the woik,
and bo glad to avail themselves of this
opportunity of obtaining a valuable
It Is necessary that you mention this
paper In sending for the "Treatise."
This offer will remain open for only n
The people of this vicinity Insist on
having Chamberlain's Cough Kemedy
and do not want any other." says John
V. II Is ion. of Port aud Mis. Indiana
Thatlsrlght. They know it to be
superior to any otber for colds, nnd ns
a nrevontlve nnd euro for croup, nnd
why should tl ey not Insist upon having
it. COo bottles for salo by W. I'. Oullck,
Children Cry for
Fopnlist Ticket Is
Tbe Populist city ticket has not bad
n good word uttered for It since it was
put forth yesterday afternoon. On
every hand the question arises, Who
ever asked for ItV Why were none of
the people consulted? Must we have
three or four men fix up a ticket for
us? The people demand that a ticket
shall be named by those wbo nre to
vote for It and not exclusively by
schemers who expect to profit by it.
In order to ndd respectability to
their ticket the "ring" placed two or
three Itepubllcan names on tbo same,
Mr. Wnrfleld very promptly repudiates
the "ring" ticket In another column of
the IlBKLECTOit. Head his denuncia
tion of the "ring," Mr. Brewer In
forms the IIkflkctoii that his name
was placed on this "ring" ticket with
out his knowledgu or -consent. Tbo
"ring" Is downed.
We understand that Mr. W. H.
Dunlap, whoso name nppears In the
News as a candidate for councilman in
the Fourth ward wai In the Itepubllcan
caucus nud participated In nominating
Mr. Ilauntz for councilman from tbe
Fourth ward. If Mr. Dunlap was
acting In the capacity of n spy In the
Itepubllcan camp be accomplished
nothing. The Republicans never hold
secret caucuses. Their work Is done
under the broad rays of sunlight where
every mm may see and hear and read.
Spies wcro therefore unnecessary. Mr.
Dunlap may think It an honorable
thing to do tonttend and help uomln
nten candidate for nn ofllce nnd then
go out nnd knife him. But wo miss
our guess If the Fourth ward voters do
not emphasize their detestation of such
political tactics by giving Mr. Ilauntz
100 majority over a mm who would be
guilty of such a questionable trick.
Ono of tbo names on the Populist
ticket that caused n good deal of sur
prise was that of J. L'. Brewer for
school board member in tho Second
ward. Like Mr. Wnrfleld ho was by
no means pleased with the company in
which he found himself. To correct
the unwarranted use of Ills name he
mado n statement to tbo Hkklectoii
today. Mr. Brewer said that l.o "never
authorized or instructed any one to
put his name on the Populist or Citi
zens ticket as published In tbo News.
He Is not hunting for ofllce."
Mr. Brewer went Into the Itepubllcan
caucuses and Is not the kind of a man
to go back on the men ho helped nomi
How to Become Fleshy.
Dr. MlleB' Nrrvluu not only tures
all uervous diseases, headache, blues,
nervous prostration, sleeplessness,
rourntgla. St. Vitus danco, fits nud
hysteria, but also builds up tho body.
"I urn pleased tu Bay that after years
of intense suffering with nervous dis
ease, headache and prostration, I tried
Dr. Miles' Kestorallvo Nervine, nnd In
two weeks gained eight pounds in
weight. I could not lie down to sleep,
but now sleep perfectly easy, nnd am
Btlll Improving wonderfully. Cannot
aay enough for the Nervine Mrs. L.
II. Millard, Dunkirk, N. V." "One
customer used Nervine nnd gained
fifteen ounda iu llesh, s.ith Brown &
Maybury, Cortland, N. 1'." Trial
Imttles nnd elegant book free at J. M,
The trouble with most cough medi
cines is Hint they spoil tbo appetite,
weaken digestion, and creato bile.
Ayer's Cherry Pectoral, on the contrary
while It gives immediate relief, assists
rather than impairs the assimilative
During the next GO days carpet weav
ing only lOo per jnrd, first class work
guaranteed. Cash fur carpet rugs, 0 to
10 cents. J . C. UuiticilAiiUT.
101 2m o Cor. A and S. Cedar si
The strongest recommendation that
any article can have la the endorsement
of the mothers of the town. When the
mothers recommend it you may know
that that article has more than ordinary
merit. Here is what tho Centervllle,
South Dakota, Cltlien says editorially
of an article Bold In their town: "From
personal experience we can say that
Chamberlain's Cough Kemedy tuts
broken up bad colds for our children.
We nre nc(iininti'd with many mothem
In Centervlllo who would not bo with
out It Iu the house for n good many
times Its cost, nnd are recomm'ndlngJ
It every day." SOo liottlea for sale liy
W. P. Oullck, the druggist.
MO DOCU8 testimonials, no bc
' gus Doctors' letters used to sell
HOOD'S Sarsaparllla. Every ono of
its advertisements is absolutely true.
A Sonnd Liver Makes a Well Man.
Are you bilious, constipated ortroub
led with Jaundice, sick headache, bad
taste in inouin. rout ureal n. coated
tonguo, dlspepsla, Indigestion, hot dry
skin, pain In liack and between the
shoulders, chills and fever. &c. If vein
have any of there symptoms, your liver
is out or order, nna jour wood is slow
ly being uoiaoniu. ueennso your liver
does not act properly. llititntNi'. will
cure any disorder of the liver, stomach
or no wen. it nas no rqtiiu as a I.lver
Medicine. Price 7oe.
Free trial bottles at 0. K. Nortbcraft
& Co's Drugstore.
Mr. A. li. Armstrong, an old diug
gist, and a prominent citizen of this
enterprising town, says: "X sell some
forty different klndsof cough medicines,
but have never In my experience sold
so much of any ono article as I have of
llallard's llnrehnund Syrup, All who
use It Bay It Is tho most perfect remedy
for cough, cold, consumption, and nil
diseases of the throat and lungs, they
have ever tried " It is a rpeclflo for
croup and whooping cough. It will
relieve a cough In ono minute. Con
tains no opiates.
Bold by 0. X, Mortbcr-ft A Co,
Miles' Nerve Liver Fills.
Acton a nnwnrlnclnlo rezulatina
the liver, stomach and bowels through
the nerves. A uew discovery. Dr.MIIes'
i-iiisopeeaiiy euro biltousness.Daa taste
torpid liver, piles, constipation" Uneq
ualled for men. women, children.
Smallest, mildest, surestl 60 doses 26
eta. Samples free at J. M. Ololssner's.
Face cured. Sulphur Bitters will cure
the worst enso of skin disease; from a
common pimple on the face, to that
awiuiaisease scrorula, ll is mo host
medicine to use In all cases of such
stubborn and deep seated dlseasn. Do
not aetny; use sulphur Hitters nnd
drlvo the humor from your blood,
Ballard's Snow Liniment.
This wonderful liniment is known
from tbe Atlantic to the Paciflc, and
from tho Lakes to the (lulf. It Is tbe
most penetrating liniment In the world.
It will euro rheumatism, neuralgia,
cuts, sprains, bruises, wounds, old
sores, burns, sciatica, sore throat, sorn
rnest nna an inflammation, alter all
others have failed. It will cure barbed
wire cuts, and heal nil wounds where
proud flesh has set In. It Is equally
efficient for animals. Try it and you
will not be without it. Price CO cents.
Sold by O. K. Nortbcraft & Co.
A Million Friends.
A friend in need Is n friend Indeed,
and not less than one million people
have round lust sucli n friend in Dr.
King's New Discovery forconsumptlon.
coughs nnd colds. If you have never
used this Great Cough Medicine, one
trial will convlnco you that it lias
wonderful curative powers in all dis
eases of throat, chest and lungs. Each
bottle Is guaranteed to do all that is
claimed or money will be refunded.
Trial bottles free at J. M Ulelssner's
Drugstore. Ltrgo bottles 60c. and $1.
NO OTHER SarsaparilU posses
ses the Combination, Proportion
irnl Process which makes HOOD'S
Sarsaparllla Peculiar to Itself.
Wfcon Tlaby was nick, wo gave her Castorta.
When ahe as a Chll I, she crlol fur Castorta.
Wtu n ihe became MLw, ahe clung to CastorU,
When the had CUllJn.il, alio gave them Caalorta,
8. D. C.
We desire to say to our citizens, that
for years we have been Belling ut.
King's New Discovery for consumption,
Dr. King's New Life Pills, liucklen'a
Arnica Salve and Electric Hitters, nnd
have never handled remedies that sell
as well, or that have clven bucIi unlver
sal satisfaction Wo do not hesitate to
guarantee them every time, and wo
atnnd ready to refund the purchase
price, if satisfactory results do not
follow their use. These reruedleshave
won their great popularity purely on
their merits, J. M. (iloisaner, druggist,
First published III tlia Anil ut VfK'.IKT
UirLiCTiiii, March S3, IMTM
Administratrix's Notico of Hearing
Petition to boll Koal iistato.
To whom It iiiiv concern but more eene,
dally to Curl W, Drain, lien J. llruln and
rreo uruin, urns ai lawutvi Kniruian'a an
lltcninf helraat law of lllhMii drain, ilu
ccasid, hilnnf Dickinson ceumy, Kansas.
1 on mu nercuy iiounuii mni i, r.iuu &i.
Dieln.ariinlulaliatrlx of aall tin tot-eil. ,11,1
on tho nth cluyo! March, A. II 111, nil) a
petition In tho probHtn court of Dickinson
county, Kiu.hiis, pinylng that 1 inlahl be
nuthorlzeil aii'l emiowcred to soil lie ful
lowing uokiiocu lanu, ror mo purpo.o oi
tmvlnir lhuilf btantid cottiofnUmliilatruttoii
of aali ctiite. t'lwlt t
lit. rh tiortlienu iuarttr and oaat half
of thn north wn.t .purler of aectl on twt My.
inreniwj, in town, nip ihto in;, oi rnnico
tlirco (3) mat of Iho Hlxth principal in'lil
Ian, yii'l. Hlx an1 nlnety.tour humlrwtth
(S IH-IOO) nt n of land In tho ttorthweat quar
lerof auctlontwenty-nuio (), tn towneh p
twelvti (If), of raniftt four (4) cast ot Iho
Hlxtli principal meridian, kiiwn aa the
Jickmnn mill property, uelnir the aatne
property itecrlbotl In n certain deed
executed by Oharlea (l, Bhaler and wile
to William brain nud recorded In tho oUlce
ot tho reitlilerof deediof Dlcklutonconuly,
Itnniaa, in ImhiIi S7of deeiU, nt pne SH0 ulid
all located In llo-lnaou county, Kana a
And aald petition will be heard at the
ofnoeof tho probate indite of aaid county,
on the lath day ol April, A II. IWS, nt III
o'clock n. tn of aald oa nt which time and
place each of you and all othera Intorcatod
nre notified to bo preaent and ahow cause
If any yuu have, why nn order ol ante na
prayed forahould not be irrantel. Datod
ihU Kill day of March, A tl IWl
hPrlKM. Ml UN.
II I.. Ill MlllllKl.
Attorni-y for AdmtnUtrntrlx.
il'lrst puii'laliad lo the auilimi Wkkklt
IUilectok, March 23, 11)1 1
III the inMterof tho eatuto or Mary Nloulul,
Notice Is hereby iilven Thill Wednoadav.
the Mli day of April, laJJ. at hi o'luck n. in
ot fald day at tbo court room of the prolate
court at Ablleno In IMuklnson county Kan.
sas, hat been appointed for noarlntf the
application of Joseph U. Beaton, nrnylnir
thai aclociitnent nowou file In said coutt,
puriKirltutr to be the laat will and tustauient
of Mary N icolal, deceased, bo allowed aa tbo
wiiioi suiu ueccnsMu, anu iaj auiniuiu to
probate and that leltoia testamentary with
the will auiD-xeit be Issued thereon to the
said Juiepti O. Boatnn, nl which time and
place all peraon. Interested therein ni-tr
upiieur anil i onlcat the aatno nnd show cause
ll toey can wny too praer oi aai i .lusepu u.
Meatou ahould not be granted.
lilted March S0.130J.
rirtt publlihed In tho Aiiiline Wkiklt
luri.ic-ron, March 1, Ivjj.
STATU OK KAM IB, I
Dickinson County, I "'
Knto K. Hand
William J. Woaver, and Kllx r Weaver, his
wile; jonn May, sou r.mur aiav, nip
io, A. It, unvtm, nuu ,, ,,
Ida wife, u M tUerilngi and Mew Hamp
shire ll.iut!ui! Co.
liy Tlllueoran order of aale,ls4uel out of
ineciera a unit) oi ino uisiuol court amino;
in and lor aald lilcklnson cuunly, in in.
nome entitled aol ma and to mo O.iccud
On Monday, April 24, A S. 1803
at 10 o'clock In tbo forenoon of aald day, ut
tho liont d ar of the court houo In said
county error for aula at publlo au-tton and
vo, wiino is Bppmiswiu jni, 10 uia niKiiesv
and best btddorloroatli In hand, to aultffy
said order of sale, all thn rat t , title, and
Interest, of tho above named defendants and
caili of thein.and all persona clalinlrir un
dortheiu innndtoilie xollowlna; described
tract nud parcel of land, situated In said
l.nta seven (T) nnd elirhl (4) in block U In
Thurston & swajrxa'a addition to t.io cltyol
1,,'pu. lUKUlllor will, sun amiuneuaiiuvi,
thuietolMlHialna'. luntect to the Hen of n
ceitAln luoriKaitv, deacrlhed 111 Ihodccreoln
iium nciiiin, execu. u 10 siiure luesuuioi
lour huudred dollar (tlixi, with the Interest
iu hwiuh inoiDifii ,i,ui uuijr ,'. ,ovi, ,m
n corded Invulumo 19. at i..iel8;, in tbe
o aicrue inereon iioul ouir uu, isvi, auo
recordof lnortaaires In aald countT.
i. Iven tinder my hand at my orilce In the
cltv f Abl ene.ln aald county, IhtsSOtli day
ot March, tv0l
Sheiltrof lllcklaion County, Kansas.
OWED A. HI.atl.TT,
Atlornoy for plaintiff.
that's my wife's you know wean
a cheerful, life-is-worth-livlng expres
sion, ever since I presented her a box of
She is always recommending A'irPi
soaps to her friends say3 she is
through with experiments has just
what she needed to make labor easy,
and ensure perfectly clean clothes
She knows what she's talking about
don't forget it.
JAS. S. KIRK & CO., Chicago.
Ilnttv flismnnn1 Tar Kivm .JW" 'T.9'" .
vuoaj viuwvuu aim uvuy tvea
voaaoa Ma JJruUft
I beg to advlso my patrons and
neighbors that there are several ped
dlers traversing the country claiming to
be Mr. lllrscbberg, or connected with
him in business, nnd trying to impose
upon the public at large, byouerlng an
Inferior class of spectacles nnd eye
glasses for lllracbberg's dlnmond nnd
non changeable spectacles and eye
glasses. Do not be deluded by such
Imposters, their representations are
false. My goodB are not handled by
"Peddlers," as we have local agents.
A rewnrd of $100 will bo given to any
one eecuringtbe name and whereabouts
of such parties.
Pltop. II. IIntsciinKRO,
020Ollvo8tSt. Louis, Mo., and No.
30 E. Mth St., N. Y.
What the lion. George G. Vest sayl
In regard to tho superiority ot the
Hlrschberg's dlnmond nnd non
"I am tislngglasses which I purchased
from Prof. lllrscbberg nnd they nre
tho best I ever tried,
"It affords me great pleasure to
recommend Prof. lllrscbberg ns nn
excellent optician, and his glasses nre
simply unenualled in my experience
G. G. VF-sr."
These glasses are for pale by J. M.
Glelssuer, ngent far Abilene, Kansas.
A Hagree From .Inline llopkl ta llanard
Annex A llriut Itoinmi rhonl. ,
At the Juno commencement Johns
Hopkins university will bestow upon
womnn tho highest honor in tho gift ot
tho unlvoralty tho degree of doctor of
philosophy. Florence llaacoin, thu for
tunate young womnn whoso ability lias
won tho promliio of tho coveted degreo
without a dissenting voto from tho
board of tho university, Is ulrendy tho
holdor of four degrees from the Univer
sity ot Wisconsin, nnd her principal
ftubject of study now, tho ono for
which her thcals will bo presented, Is
organlo geology. Tho application of
Miss Hascom has brought out the fact
that somo time In 1677 tho trustees of
the university passed a minute that any
woman who follow a tho course of lec
tures at Johns Hopkins Is eligible ton
degne, but this minute has liccn prac
tically a dend letter by reason of tho
fact that women wero not permitted to
attend lectures. And though Miss lias
corn's success promises well for tho ultt
mnto recognition of woman's equality
in this conservative Institution of learn
ing, at present the faculty have not nb
rogated any of their rules concerning
the admission ot women, except In the
medical department. They will act on
each Individual case, and will not grant
to women la general tho right to take
graduate lectures In non-professional
The directors of tho Harvard annex,
to dispel many erroneous Ideas concern
ing the fund which the Woman a Edu
cation association is raising for the en
downment of the annex, in tho hopo
that it may become a.part ot the univer
sity, state that tho necessity of raising
such a fund arises from tho fact
that the funds of Harvard collego wero
given for the education of young men,
and tho manngers have no right to di
vert them to other purposes. In view
of the larger number of students like
ly to follow such a change of standing
In the annex, addition In expense would
naturally follow, Tho present Income
of tho annex Is not largo enough to pay
for the postgraduate courses, which
are very expensive, and which offer
most deslrablo opportunity for advanced
As tho annex now stands it Is depen
dent upon the leisure of the college pro
fessors, for instruction outside tho
regular hours for work in tbo univer
sity. Should extra collego work arlsa
at any time tho annex instruction
might have to be suspended. There
are also literary privileges and
educational facilities In tho (college
which the annex students do not
enjoy In tho fullest degroc, and,
ns Is well-known, the college degree Is
of greater valuo than tbo aunox certi
ficates. Women hnvo been generous
In their gifts to men's colleges; here la
an opportunity for extending the samo
privileges to their own sex.
The Kcuola l'rofesslonale, the great,
school for girls in Rome, which la rec
ogulrcd by tho queen and tho munici
pality as ono of tho most useful Institu
tions Iu tho eternal city, was founded
by a woman, Slgnora Ulblghlnl Tho
curriculum Includes sewing by hand
and by machine, dressmaking, the
mending of nil fabrics, embroidery in '
gold and silver and sillc, stocking weav
ing, artificial llowor making, washing,
Ironing and cooking. Indeed, mending
is elevated among the intellectual arts,
by the regulation that girls who take
the course In mending must take also a
course In gooinetry, that thoy may un
derstand the designs of fabrics. Geom
etry Is also considered an essential in
eaibrotdcry. Hut, besides these feminine
arts, there aro courses In moral and
olvll 1nv tn ilnmeitttn ami rnmmerrlnl
, - .-., ... ..... -.. -.....-
mathematics nnd business forms. In
cluding Instruction in modem lan-Ifu-igcs.
In tho dressmaking classes
gowns and costumes aro mode for the
queen and the ladles ot the court. The
coarse In artificial flower making be
gins with druwlug and copying from
nature, and in tho preparation for
I tho wending; of lanes, tbe .making
ot i'oint yeoije, ana uotmo point
U murJ. TtasMsnrW ut, Mutat
Have You Seen and Priced Our
New Spring Styles of
WALL : PAPER?
Don't buy until you have.
TOMS $c ROCKAFELLAR.
ABILENE MILL AHD
Fully equipped with all tho
We do exchange work and feed grinding. Wa havo a largo set of rolls and oan
grind a load of feed while you wait. Oar meal is roller ground and guaranteed to
please- We have a largo shelter and can take oorn to grind .'oither shelled or on
tho ear. Wo boy all kinds of grain and havo dumps enough so wo can dump anv
kind of grain. Come and see us. Wo will try to please you.
L II i W
tints und color- are iliM.-'iVcruit liy pu
tlent experiment, tho beauty of old de
signs, frayed and failed, aro reproduced,
and lost arts are refrained and supple
mented with new Industries by tho
cl(jht hundred pupils nnd their numer
ous teachers N. V S in.
Hall's Hair Henewcr is pronounced
the beAt preparation made for thickening
the growth ot the hair, nnd restoring
that which is gray to Its original color.
is stamped in the best watch
cases made. It is the trade
mark of the Keystone Watch
Case Company, of Philadelphia,
the oldest, largest and best
known factory in the yorld
cases daily. Its products are
sold by all jewelers. It makes
the celebrated Jas. Boss Filled
Watch Cases, now fitted with
the only bow (ring) which can
not be pulled off the case the
The Moil HacerBftftilRcintlreTrtllKOTerd
m it U icruin la lu cilccu ua 4oci net blUter.
KENDALL'S SPAVIN CURE.
emni'i Fotx. N. C. Not, 39Uu 1393.
T. II. J, Kjtxcjxx. Co
(ratlcmtni-t btrt the pleitnra of wrlttnff r"f
wain tn retard to my nitre, boa. whom I wrut
) ii ktHitit two je vo, itia bring ffllcied wlttt
Mood HpHtlii Aflrr following too dlrfdlont
ion irkt-6. nm tar n-lnor fffnr1-ll'a Knawfn furn" I
obtained port w ll r MtlaUctory retails: titer ul&x
tbe bpavtu euro wit not known fa inr pert of the
rouDtrjr until I tmrcbeved ike flnl hottl. now l
my wit hbon tut no other liniment bat Kendall I
Nmln t urr.' It u til ym claim. tm nur
Vvry rcjjtccUuilr. Mux Dsjtt-u,
rrlco 1H0 per bottle.
DXt, B. J. KENDALL CO,,
J Enoeburit Fells, Vermont
( ftohD uv xhu unvwunc
now for work wanted
PROTECT YOUR EYES.
,.MIl..ini"OlinEII(l, tho well-known Optician of S3
U"7..8t,(Nl.llv,c?.rntr7",Bn1 "live) St. Louis, and o. so
E, llth street, M. Y,, has nppolntod
JOHN M. OLEIBSNER
as agent for hlacelebrattd Diamond end Nin-Olianobl
Spectacles and Eye (llaases. The Ulaaaea are the greatest
Invention ever made In spectacles, and every pair pur
chased are Knaraiiteed, an that If they over leave the eyes
(no matter how scratched tbe lenses), they will furnish (be
parly with a new pair of Glasses, free of chargo. John SI.
(llelssner has a full assortment, and Invites all wbo wish
to satisfy themsclvas of tbe great superiority ot these
Klasaes over any and all others now tn use, ta call and ex.
amine them at his drag- store. John II. Ulsissksk.
..... ,, , Sole Agent for Abilene, Ksa.
no Peddlers supplied. None genuine unless stamped.
I Always ask' for one of these brands as
tho merchants all keeplthem.
thank me for calling;
atterjtior to it."
1 first published In the aiulikk Wiixlt
IlErLioroa, Feb. n, 1833.
Under nnd by virtue of nn order of tale
Issund by tho Clem or the district court of
llloklnsun conniy,statc nt Kanaaa, In a cause
Ci-ndlnjrtheieln, wherein, Jacob Teata, I.
hauler, r. W. Wright, lluKh McLaren,
John Sinclair, Earl ltohlnson, and T. It.
I'aliner are plaintiffs and W, P. Itoblcsua is
defendant, 1 will,
On Monday, March 27, A. D. 1893,
nt 10 o'clock, a. m, of said dsy, at tbe front
ilnarof the court house In the rltyot Abilene,
Illoalnton county, Slate of Kanras, sell to
the hlKhest bidder for cstb the lollowlos;
described renl estate towlt, Ths undivid
ed one eighth I toreat In tbo following
deacrlbed real eatatet
Commencing at point one hundred and
Ave (101) ro's east and tblitv (SO; feet smith
of th. northwiit corner of ml on eleven
(II), township sixteen (in) aoiHh of rno
tinea (3), cattor tun sixth trinrlnal meri
dian, lunnlnir ihencn, a. t twentv (W) rods,
thi m. 0 sunt h twelve (18) loJs, thence west
iwoiiiy iwj HHia, inenco north twelve (13)
rod to nlnci of beulnnlug. In Illcklnaon
county, Bute orKeii'aa,
I The sild real estate will ! so'il pursuant
I tothe Judgment' I theiooit In aald cause
recited In aald ordrrof sale.
I witness iny hand tbls!3rd day ot rebruary
first published In tho auilixr Wiiklt
IHtrLXCTOR, March D, 1893.)
Notice of Final Settlement-
8TATK OFK ANSIS, ,
Dickinson County, "
I In the Trobato Court in and for said
. In tno matter ol theiatateof Uenry llershy,
Creditors and all olhor parsons Interested
I In the aforesild estite eie hereby notified
that at the next regular term of thn rrotmte
ourr In and for aald county, to be irlven and
held In the court room In the city of Abl
leno, county ot Dlrltlnsi n and Hiate of Kan
sas, i u the nr.t Monday In the montb of
sprll, A. II. lij, I shall nrply to laid court
for u full and final settlement or said ealate,
O O. M'llKllOLDKK,
IdmlnlMrttor of tho estate of Uenry
I First I'ubll-hid In tho AniLixn tTxiKLr
ItKri rx'TOH, March In, 189 j
ToK. HerlMt. Conrad II. Leuold, John M,
fisher and John K. Ilerbst.
on and eaeliof yuu are hereby notified
that joti have been sued in the district
court nf Illcklnaon county, Bute of Kansas,
by J. ll.Uftods'll In acerlaln action wnoreln
suldj. II Hoods II lrhllnttnnnd vou tone.
Ihll nltn I'elerf .Keller, Mavirle II Keller,
inland xn itli-nrlh, li. Illesh, Hchool Illstrlol
No. 4'1 In tllcklnson county, Btato or Kansas,
and InhnJohnls nsslffnee, am defendants,
and that unless you Miswer aald petition on
or before the Mill day nf April, A, l. 1803, the
aamu wltj Uo taken as true and Jadajuient
taken In said action fortlie foreclosure ol a
innrtifairH nf one thousand and five hundred
dollara (11.600) . leculeil by ssld l'eter IT.
Keller and Mn'kle II. Keller to anil J. II.
Uoodsell. un the rollowlnB! described real
I estate situ tied in the rountv of Dickinson
andntatun Knnaaa.towlt llio aoulh half
ot the southwest qtmrter an 1 the v uth half
of the north halt of thn southwest quartor
of section numbor nine (9) In township
number slstien (10) Boulh, of range
number threo (J) east or the Hlxtli
I principal meridian, and fur the sale of aald
I promises to sitltfr said mortntno debt.taxea
and coats, and barring- you and caoh of vou
and all persons o almlus; or to claim under,
by or throuah you or eltht-r of you of any
Interest In, rlKht or title to said rest estate
or any part thereof.
BTtuniDoii A Htian,
Atlorue ys for Plaintiff.
8. D. 0. 1b Stewart's Dliteruper Curd
the only remedy known to euro nil
cases of distemper, coughs and Inllu
enzt. For sale by Smith & Scott,
Children Cry fot