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Brown County Star from Horton, Kansas • 4

Brown County Star from Horton, Kansas • 4

Brown County Stari
Horton, Kansas
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FEMALE FARMERS. Man, like the rat in the trap, tlnics tlio KANSAS NEWS. iakssYouHungry 3iava used Palne's Celery Compound and It ias had a salutary effect. It invigorated It is amusing to see people with their faces foawn as if they had swallowed a feather and it was tickling their lungs, and they would be happy if they could only sneeze. Now there is no need of "making faces." A bot tie of Dr.

Bull's Cough Syrup will draw your face back into a smile. "Kings are like stars, they rise and set." They have headaches cuts, and hurts like meaner men and are just as sure to call for Salvatoin OiL The man who has just dined despises the restaurant smell, but the hungry man sniffs it with pleasure. An inappropriate simile: Mr. ason "A nice fool you made of your self at the sociable last night." "Mrs. Jason "Me? How?" Mr.

Jason "Yes, you. Telling Mr. Chal-ly that her baby looked good enough to eat." Mrs. Jason "Well! what's the matter with that?" Mr. Jason "Oh, nothing, only you know that they start as missionaries to the Canibal Islands next week." at Dodge City of which he is the president.

Mr. Longendyke has been on a tour of inspection and to secure for his company 8,000,000 acres of land for stock purposes if tho country proved a good one for stock business. He went over the country thoroughly, traveling 1.C00 miles on mule back, and his reports are exceedingly flattering. He came down here at the solicitation of prominent stock men who wished to hear his opinion on the country, and from here he goes to Dodge City to report, after which he will return to this city again to further talk up the benefits of South America to cattle raisers. The executive council has elected Ex-Governor George T.

Anthony as a member of the state board of railroad corn- FUllK AIR A Nit Pneumonia is at present attracting unwonted attention among physicians. Ct is said to be increasing in mortality under the best modern treatment, and jome medical men advance the idea that the old methods including copioua bleeding gave more effective resulta than those now employed. Others insist that the increased mortality ia Dnly apparent, and i3 accounted for bj improved registration. Whatever may be the facts, pneumonia is a very grave disease in the old and feeble, whether their feebleness re suits from poor and insufficient from an inherited weakness of constitution, from some temporary impairment of health, from bad air, or other cause. The feeble are those who are most liable to be attacked by it, and its easiest victims.

The attack is often without any ascertainable exciting cause but the most common causes are a sudden chill and prolonged exposure to cold and dampi Though the disease is common among the old, and is quite apt to be fatal, yet it occurs most frequently between tha ages of twenty and forty the period of greatest exposure. For a like reason il more frequently attacks men than men. Dr. Thomas Darlington, having medical charge of the workmen on a section of the new Croton Aqueduct, saw in the winter of 18S6, over one hundred and fifty cases. All the workmen were exposed to conditions which induce the disease.

The air of the badly ventilated tunnel was very impure from breath, the soot of smoking lamps, fine dust from the drilling, and from the gases resulting from the blasting with dynamite. Water, moreover, was constantly dripping on the workmen, and when they came up wet, perspiring and thinly clad, they were exposed to cold winds. Most of the cases were soon removed to the City Hospital, and lost sight of. But Dr. Darlington had sole charge of twenty-five patients.

They occupied one room of a shanty in which forty men slept by night and forty by day. The two windows were never jpen. The excretions went to the floor, and were simply covered with dirt or ashes, and swept up. The odor was that of a menagerie. The doctor had the room emptied, the sides and the ceiling whitewashed, the bedsteads washed, the bedclothes and mattresses taken into the sunshine, and washed as much as possible, the windows opened, and the floor sprinkled with chloride of lime.

The epidemic at once ceased. It had not a single death. His chief reliance in the treatment was fresh air, with very simple medicines. He says, "the less treatment the better." 'Youth's Companion. "Bbown's Bronchial Tboches" are widely known as an admirable remedy for Bronchitis, Hoarseness, Coughs and Throat Troubles.

Sold only in boxes. It may sound somewhat contradictory, but the first thing in a boot is the last. If afflicted with sore eyes, use Dr. Isaac Thompson's Eye Water. Druggists sell it.25c A woman never wants to be a man so much as when she sees a crowd gathering in the street.

"Who held up Moses' hands while Joshua fought the Philistines?" asked the superintendent. "Hur and Aaron!" shouted the good boy. "She and Aaron," softly corrected the new schoolma'am. The Difficulty Experienced in takins Cod Liver Oil is entirely overcome in Scott's Emulsion of Cod Liver Oil and Hypophosphites. It is as palatable as milk, and the most valuable remedy that has ever been produced for the cure of Consumption, Scrofula and Wasting Diseases.

Do not fail to try it. The rich man's theory is the poor man's fact. An apetizing lunch which can be enjoyed at leisure in the Pullman buffet sleepers run on the regular overland trains of the Union Pacific is one of the many inducements offered Pullman sleeping car patrons to take the "Overland Route." Tires At Druggists and Dealers. THE CHARLES A. V03ELER Baltimore.

Eld. Diamond Vera-Cura FOB DYSPEPSIA. A POSITIVE CURE FOR INDIGESTION' AKD ALL Stomactt Troubles Arising Therefrom. Tour Druggist or General Dealer tcill get Vera-Cura for you if not already in stock, or it will be sent by mail on receipt of 23 el. 5 boxes 81.00) in stampe Sample sent on receipt of 2-cent stamp.

THE CHAELES A. "VQGELER CO- Baltimore. Md. My little boy, 5 years old, wa pick with a disease for which doctors had no name. The nails came off hid lirse- era, and the fingers came off to the a middle joint.

or 3 years ne ennerea dreadfully; is now getting well, ana I am satisfied Swift's Specific Is the chief cause of hi improvement. Johx DEimv. Jan. 12, 18S3. Pern, Ind.

POISONED BY A CALF My 2sl little boy broke out with sores and ulcers, the result of the saliva of a calf coming in contact with a cut linger. The ulcers were deep and painful and showed no inclination to heaL I gave him Swift's Specific, and he is now well. Feb. 15, '89. John F.

Heard, Auburn, Ala. Send for boots on Elood Poisons Skin Diseases, tree. Swift Specific Atlanta Ga. makes GUILD BIRTHiASY IF USED BEFORE CONFINEMENT. Book to MaHjEdhFrkic.

bradfuld regulator atlaataj6a, SOLD BT Ail. DBUG GISTS. A The mini who has invested from three to five dollars in a Kubber Coat, and at his first half hour's experience in a storm tinds to his sorrow that it is bardly a better protection than a mosquito netting, not only feels chagrined at being so badly taken in, but also feels if he does not look exactly like A sk for the FISH BK AX SLICKER POTHERS' FRIEND HEW 'cneese, -atner than Ifc is only inexperience proclaims ii3 iouy; a new enoe always squcaKd. 1 Men who are always paying for dead horses will never have any live ones. If you wish to flatter a man, ask him for aclviee.

Was there ever a mm who was good to his poor and sore-eyed kin? We sometimes doubt it, though the women always are. She "Yea, we had a splendid time last gammer. Four other girls and I took a tramp through the Adirondacks." He "Did the tramp have a good time?" Ethel(shuddering) "How the trees moan and sigh to-night!" Bobby (speaks whereof he knows) "Well, I guess you would moan and sigh it you were as full of green rnples as they bo." Sweet confections: Customer (in confec-itionery store) "Have you any kisses?" feusy dealer "Yes, sir. Which kind, Baltimore or Boston?" "Give me two dozen Boston." "Yes sir. William, two dozen kisses! Don't forget, William, to close the refrigerator." Stricl'y PORE.

It contains NO OPiUM In any form, A mo.ig the nest rmedies.llei"jfctnsr"rtlim 'ntnii'is pre-eminent. The tlruxgits speak of it in ihlKhest terms, as Kivtntf entire Batisiactiou wherever is used. per Bottle. ThelVCKNT BOTTLES are put up for the accommodation of all who desire siruniy a COUliHorCKOlHRK.MKDV. Those desiring a rerntily for COW UMPTIOZ or any LUNO DISEASE shoull secure the Large $1 Bottle.

Mothers. Read! Oaklaxd April 24, 1SS8. Gentlemen. The demand for Ai.LiN'8l,uxo BAIi. 'BAM Is increasing constantly.

The Indies think there Us no medicine equal to it for croup and Whoouiug Couk-h. O. ARTIN. PniRBlst. SOLD STALL MED1CISE DEJLLERH.

PoNltlvely cured by tiiPMc Lime They also rolieve Dis tress from Dyspepsta.In- dtgestion and TooHearty Eating. A perfect rem edy for Pizziness.Nausen! Drowsiness, Bad Tastei in the Mouth. Coated! Tongue.Pain in the Side.J regulate the Purely igetablo. Price 25 Cents; CASTES UE2ZCZHE iTF77 YOilE. Small Pill.

Small Dose. Small Price-I ft-aTiTtotV'iis BIRDS, FLOWERS. SPRIG KMC. Are jast at hand. McsiCAti Bociznxs and Choirs do well who round off the season with the practice of Cantatas or lilee Collections.

Among many good Cantatas, we publish Thayer's Herbert and Elsa, 75 $8.72 per doz. "Romberg's Song of the Bell, 69 $5.40 per doz. ''nek's 4Gtli Psalm Jl CO, JO TO per doz. 'lJutterfleld'a Ilelshazzar, fl i0, t9 00 per doz, Andf ton's Wreck ot the Hesperus, 35 cts $2 7 per doz. (Buck's Don Manlo, fl 50, S13 50 per doz.

Trowbridge's Heroes of '76, $1 00, 19 00 per dot Hodge's Rebecca, C5 SB perdoz. lAndrew'i Buth and Boaz, 65 cts. (6 CO per doz. SCHOOL COMMITTEES, SUPERINTENDENTS AND TEACHERS nsnot do better than to adopt onr New, Tried and True School Alusic Books. Km.rion'i Song Manual, Blc 1, 30 eta S3 00 doz.

Bk. 2, 40 SI 20 doz. Bk. 3, 50 cts 80 doz. A thoroughly good, graded series.

Ulted Voices, S4 80 per doz Good School Bones. onsr Harmony, 8 0 dz. i For High Pohools. Children's fctaool Songs, Si 3 60 doz. Charming book for younger 'clashes, and many others- Any book mailed post free, for retail price.

LTON IIKALY, Chicago. Oliver Ditson Boston. CARSAGES. hurries, Pliactons, Buggies, Spring Wagons and Carts. Write for Catalogue and prices.

All Work first Clan and Warranted. You save Freight! Tot save te Healers' Profit by liuyiny of the Manufacturer. L. B.JOHNS' WHOLESALE CARRIAGE MANUFACTORY, Abilene, Kansaa. 20 PRIZE STALLIONS Percherons and French Coachers, RESERVED FOR SPRING TRADE, TO BE PLACID On Sale March 25, 1889.

These Stallions wnro Prize Winners at the three great Horse Shows of France, 1SS8. 1 have found each year that a number of my customers could not conveniently buy until late in the season, and It was to accommodate thess that 1 last Fall made a reserve of Twenty of my Best Stallions, Old enough for Service, -which will placed on sale March SS, It being my determination to so control my Importations that 1 can offer purchasers a nrat-class Horse any day la the year. A. Satl. factory Breed loir Onsrsatee given with Each Aalnaal Sold.

M. W. DUNHAM, Wayne, Illinois. Thlrtv-flve Miles West of Chicago on the f'htcaito ft North-Western Railroad. BABY CARRIAGES! We make a specialty of manufacturing Baby Carriages to dl rect to private parties.

You can, therefore, do better with us than with a dealer. We send Car-riages to all points within TUOmiles of Chicago freo ol'charee. Send lor catalogue. CHAS. RAISER, 62-64 Chicago, 111.

fzzzz T0SIOA0AY! AUEKTS WA.VTED! mm HIHU" auce them, horse owner buys units never nnaer Dorse feet. Send 2a cent in stamps to pay postage and packing for Nickle i'lated Sample that sells for 65 cents. Addres, Brewster Mf Holly ASTHMA CA BE CrRED. A trial bottle itenc free to any one anlieted. dr.

iah 15K J. Itoocester. is. 1. CI 1 Tx Maoirr.

Sins Orlns and Motiah fate br mail on People's Publishing St. Paul, Minn. ttTC fej TRY. I CARTERS If iCh TV Will tha coming young woman bo a farmer? Scattered all over the broad prairies of the Northwest are hundreds of self-reliant, true blue young heroines, living in small, isolated cabins called shacks, proving up claims, entering homesteads and making money. It is lonesome, dreary business, this living alone on a wild, unsettled prairie, without a face or human form to welcome one or cheer one's solitude, but there seem to be a good many young women who have the grit to hang to this solitary life long enough to prove up a claim at least.

Four young ladies in Dakota last year put their heads together and hit upon an ingenious plan, whereby they could each secure a claim and yet all live comfortably together in one house and each be upon her own land. Instead of building four shacks with one room each, they constructed one shack with four rooms, but so nicely planned that each room of the square building was on a different quarter section. Each had her own bed in her own room and in that way, each claimant at night slept upon her own land. Society ladies of the city will wonder, not so much how these young lady settlers get along without social privileges, as how they dared live so far away from the doctors. Why, bless you! they never thought o-f being sick.

Doctors are not half so much of a household necessity as city people are in the habit of thinking. For all the ordinary ills of life, the old-fashioned roots and herbs remedies are more effective, and much safer in results, than modern doctors' pills and potions. These latter are so radical in their effects that, while they may better meet the modern desire for quick results, they frequently permanently injure the' system, nature rebelling against the unnatural methods employed. It is always safest to follow natural methods in treating disease. The old-time roots and herbs remedies, which our good old log-cabin grandmothers knew so well how to prepare, were the best remedies the world ever knew, because they were nature's remedies.

The modern world needs them. In Warner's Log Cabin Remedies, and especially such as Warner's Log Cabin Sarsaparilla and Warner's Log Cabin Cough and Consumption Remedy, the people of to-day have an opportunity to S3cure the healthy medicines which our rugged ancestors used with such splendid results. You can tell if a woman has seen "little Lord Fauntleroy" by the way she dresses her small boy. Man's habits, like the garments he wears are never as badly soiled in bis own eye3 as in the eyes of others. A surprise that takes a man's breath away is much pleasenter than one that takes his money away Man and woman are alike selfish; he always takes the last cake on the plate, and she always has the last word.

"Is there any man in this town named Afternoon?" inquired a Mississippi postmaster, as he held up a letter directed Consumption Surely Cured. To The Editor: Please inform your readers that I have a positive remedy for Consumption. By its timely use thousands of hopeless cases have been permanently cured. I shall be glad to send two bottles of my remedy fbee to any of your readers who have consumption if they will send me their Express and P. O.

address. Respectfully, T. A. SLOCUM. M.

181. Pearl N. Y. "An enthusiast iz an individual who believes about four times az much az he can prove, and proves about four times az much az anybody else believes." "Isn't it pleasant to be surrounded by such a crowd of ladies," said a pretty woman to a popular lecturer. "Yes," said he, "but it would be pleasenter to by surrounded by one." Minister "Don't you know it is wrong to work on Sunday?" Boy (digging worms) "This is a case of necessity.

A feller can't go fishin' 'thotit bait" The pretty young misses at church fairs are continually laying themselves liable to arrest on the charge of robbing the males. When Baby was sick, we gave her Castoria, When she was a Child, she cried for Castcria, (Vhen she became Miss, she clung to Castoria, When sill had Children, she gave them Castoria Morse, who invented the telegraph, and Eell, the inventor of the telephone, both had deaf-mute wives. little comment is necessary but just see what a man can accomplish when everything is quiet. One or the other: Anxious mother fWhat do you suppose my boy is going to be when he grows up? He doesn't do any thing but talk, talk, talk, from' morning to night." Mr. Wiseman "It's too early yet to decide, but he will probably be either a congressman or a prizefighter." How cynics are made: Brown "Seen Smith lately?" Jones 'Yes.

What a change has come over him!" B. "Change?" J. "Yes; he has become a regular cynic." B. "Cynic?" J. "Yes.

Has no faith in humanity. Speaks bitterly of the entire human B. "Hal Who refused him a loan?" Iiobsters and ladies are alike in one respect they both turn red when they get into hot water. Smash an egg in a man's pocket, and he will show it in his face as he walks along the street. A smashed egg in your pocket is a good deal like a bad conscience.

The head that has never won a crown is held higher than the head that has lost one. Man, like the child, believes that he is the only one who has bitter medicine to take. A father's favorite is his prettiest daughter; a mother's favorite is her plainest child. There is no poetry in truth; man is mere often awakened by the buzzing of flies than by the singing of birds, but the post never admits it. There is more Catarrh in this section of the country than all other diseases put together, and until the last few years was supposed to be incurable.

For a great many years Doctors pronounced it a local disease, and prescribed local remedies, and by constantly ailing to cure with local treatment, pronounced it incurable. Science has proven catarrh to be a constitutional disease, and therefore requires constitutional treatment. Hall's Catarrh Cure, manufactured by P. J. Cheney Toledo, Ohio, is the only constitutional cure on the market.

It is taken internally in doses from 10 drops to a tea-spoonfuL It acts directly ujron the blood and mucus surfaces of the system. They offer one hundred dollars for any case it fails to cure. Send for circulars and testimonials. Address, F. 5.

CHENEY fc Toledo, O. 3old by Druggists, 75c. Hays City Sentinel Mrs. Yard, widow of the late commander at Fort Hays, contemplates returning with her family from New York to Hays City soon, intending to make this her future residence. Leoti Standard Butter is selling for 10 cents per pound, and eggs three dozen for a quarter in this market.

It seems to us but as yesterday that our supply of these articles were freighted in and purchased as luxuries. Udall Eecord: The Santa Fe is getting the stone and sand on the ground ready to make some fine improvements at the stock yarks in this city, and promise as fine dry yards as can be found anywhere along their lines. A Lawrence Special: Prof. F. H.

Snow, of the university, has recently received a centipede twelve inches in length, the largest one ever found. Harvard museum has one eleven and one-half inches long. Udall Record: We have on exhibition at this office a solid stone, that when placed in Prof. Weaks' cellar by himself, about four weeks ago, was a piece of wood. This seems a remarkable short time for petrifaction, but its truth cannot be gainsayed.

Minneapolis Commercial: Miss Florence King was made extremely happy upon receipt of a letter from a lawyer in Tennessee, announcing that Florence was heir to a large amount of cash left her by a rich grandfather who recently died. The Commercial congratulates her. Sterling Gazette: The college students have been undergoing examination preparatory to the close of the term. Some new students are looked for. Quite a number of the students expect to enter the class in methods of teaching, which will be organized next month.

Prof. "Wm. H. Thompson of the chair of Materia Medica in the University of the City of New York, says: "Bright's Disease has no symptoms of its own, but has symptoms of every other disease." Disorders apparently remote and distinct from kidney disease are removed by using Warner's Safe Cure. Peabody Gazette: The county school fund was recently enriched by over $600 the amount of a bond given by William Flaisig, of Lincolnville, when arrested for selling whisky, and forfeited by his non-appearance.

It amounts to about twenty cents for each pupil in the county. Morton Monitor: The Dodge City, Montezuma Southern, will commence operation on their line from Dodge City to Trinidad immediately, so says the Capital-Commonwealth. This is the road we had some hopes of getting in the county; but indications are that it will build through Stanton instead of through Morton county. Augusta Journal: Old Mr. Dunmire, living near Benton, while walking to town on the railroad, fell on the track from paralysis.

A train was not far off, and he could hear it, but was unable to move, and would have been killed had the engineer not seen him and stopped the train. The engine was within six feet of him when the stop was made. Lindsborg News: The Liindsborg Creamery company held its annual meeting and elected J. Christian, George W. Shields, J.

M. Nelson, A. Piingwald, A. E. Agrelius, Eben Carlsson and S.

D. Shields directors for the year. The following officers were elected: J. Christian, president; J. M.

Nelson, vice president; A. Bingwald, secretary, and A. E. Agrelius, treasurer. Oskaloosa Independent: The disappointing news comes that the discovery at Valley Falls is not coal, but, according to the state geologist, an oil-bearing rock, the oil of which will burn out leaving the rock unconsumed.

The drill has encountered other veins of the stuff farther down, we understand, and is still going on its way in search of valuables, and we believe the search will be rewarded yet. Minneapolis Commercial: The citizens of Minneapolis, no doubt, remember that at the Northwest Kansas Editorial association, which was held at Cawker City, last spring, the place selected for the meeting this year was Minneapolis, and the time on or about May 23rd. It will also be well to remind our people of the fact that the citizens of the cities at which these meetings have been held heretofore have entertained their guests in regal style, and in this respect the citizens of Minneapolis must not be remiss. Would it not be well to calla citizens' meeting or a meeting of the board of trade to talk the matter over Let us get to work at once. "The deaths of women from Bright's Disease during the child-bearing years of life (from twenty to forty-five) is a3 high as 80 women to 100 men.

After the age of 45 the proportion of deaths from Bright's Disease sank to 59 women for every 100 men. There seems no other conclusion to be drawn from this, than that pregnancy is a frequent cause of Bright's Disease." So writes Wm. Roberts, M. F. R.

C. London, Physician to the Manchester, England Royal Infirmary, Professor of Medicine in the Owen's College, Manchester, All women during pregnancy and the "getting up" period, should use Warner's Safe Cure, and prevent disease of the kidneys. Hays City Sentinel: Col. Edwards was the first auditor of the U. P.

R'y. He was then residing at Wyandotte. The town 15 miles this side of Kansas City was called Edwardsville for him. He laid out Ellsworth, and afterwards moved to Ellis, where he continued to reside for many years. He was a man of great faith in the ultimate pros perity of this part of Kansas, which, amid the trying scenes that came to the pioneers, never forsook him.

His efforts for the development of this western part of the state were untiring and useful. He was a man of public spirit and broad views. He had the honor of raising the first field of wheat ever grown in this county. He died quite suddenly, being in New Mexico looking after certain mining matters. His remains were sent to Kansas City, where he was buried.

He leaves a wife and one daughter. Caldwell Journal: Colonel L. Long- endyke, and old friend of G. Beeson, is just back from South he has been in the interests of the American-Brazilian Land and Cattle company, a syndicate witn organized the system and leel like a new man. It Improves the appetite and facilitates digestion." 3.

T. Cope- land, Primus, S.C. Paine's Celery Compound Is a unique tonic and appetizer. Pleasant to-the taste, quick In Its action, and without any Injurious effect, It gives that rugged health which makes everything taste good. It cures dyspepsia and kindred disorders.

Physicians prescribe it, and you will recommend it after you have used It. $LO0, Six for Druggists. -Wells, Richardson Burlington. Vt. Builds Up the System.

In the spring1 of 1887 1 was all run down. I would fret dp in the morning- with bo tired a feeling, and was bo weak that I could hardly get around. I boug-ht a bottle of Paine'a Celery Compound, and before I bad taken it a week I felt very much better. I can cheerfully recommend it to aU who need a buildinjf up and strengthening- medicine. Mrs.

B. A. Dow, Burlington, Vt. LACTATED FOOD TBhvJfrEj DIAMOND DYES oJZTJ CatarrH Cold in Head 'ni I arv Ely's Cream Balm! 1MIA.1EL.Y HKOS-. Warrea rt N.

V. WEBSTER WSJT ONABRIDGi 30OO more Words and nearly 2000 more Illustrations than any other American Dictionary. An Invaluable Companion in every School and at every Fireside. Soli by all Booksellers. Illustrated Pamphlet sent free.

G. Ct C. MERRJAM A ro 30 DAYS' TRIAL. THIS NEW THUSS Hn a. Pad different from all others, is cp shape, witu Self-adiustinaBall in center.

adapts Itself to all positionsofthe body.while the ball the cup presses back TVlA infrAIStillAlK lust ail 3 DGT- nn does with the finger. With light pressure fh'nSfiJh'el ISS" ljTciay and iicht, and a radical cure certain. It is ewv. linrahlo and -hPr. ben Dy mail.

Circulars tree. EGULESTOS TBCSS MfQ. Caleaga. Ill UilBliiallB fl Mtfll IUI LOW PRICE RAILROAD FISKS: GoTernment L.A.TYS. OTMILLIONS of ACRES of each In Minnesota, North Dakota, Montana, Idaho, Washington and Oregon-CCdn tTI) PuDricationa with Maps describing ram OLttU rUil best Agricultural, Grazing and Timber Lands now open to Settlers.

8E.VT JltEE. Address lHAfc i). LAffiHUlUi, st. pail, itiinn. tSTSAMB this Fim mvery tim you write I do not mean merely to stop them lor a time aud then have them return.

I mean a radical cure. I have made FITS. EPILEPSY or FALLING SICKNESS a lif e-long- study. I warrant my remedy to cure the wort cases. Because others have failed is no reason for not now receiving1 a cure.

Send at once for treatise and Tee Bottle of my inf aliible remedy. Give Express and P. O. 11. O.

ROOK. M. C. X83 fearl SU prescribe ana rony endorse Big i as the only speci fic for the certain euro of this disease. G.

H.LNGRAHAST.M. Amsterdam, V. We have sold Si? for many ys-ars. and it has jWGcarantaad not to ri TO 6 DiTR. Gum in caue striatar.

Ura only by ti Brau Clerical Ba. CisctnnadJZ given the oest ot satisfaction. R. DTCHE A Ohio. Chicago, 11L SI.

00. SolAby CURES WHERE ALL ELSE FAILS. Best Coueh Svrun. Tastes pood. Use-f "arlf w7-f ft a'j ag AaMwKaV4aafiaiftai in time, sold Dy druggists.

bydrugeists. OKLAHOKV1A Guide Book and Vlirv containing i rf fin "nta TYLElt Si Kansas City, Mo. K. N. U.

T. 29S-14 I3fTWhen answering any of these advertisementa. please mention tnis paper. 'I" I We oder the man who wants service (not stvle) a garment that will keep him dry in the hardest storm. It is called TOWEh'S ISH BRAND a name familiar to every Cow-boy all over the land.

With them the onlv perfect Wind and Waterproof Coat la" Tower's Fish Brand Slicker. and take no other. If your storekeeper 1 TrwKK 90 Simmons St Boston. Mass. i il XUST ia conquered by the cleansing-, anti- Sage's Catarrh Keraedy.

50 cents, by drug-gista. 3 Mm 7 to eh trv JM cm lb a d2i fed a.J 1 missioners, vice Gillette. If he will do something or the board will do some thing, to abolish the infamous discriminating rates, that are destroying prosperity in so many Kansas communities, the Champion will be glad to say that he is the right man for the place. The difference between the joint and local freight tariffs is, on an average, about thirtv-three Tier and it seems to us that the plain duty of the railroad commission is to abolish thi3 discrimination. Atchison Champion.

The Champion should know that the railroad commission has no power to do what it asks it to. A bill was introduced in the senate early in the late session to give the commission that power, and also to tax telegraph companies. It was reported favorably upon by the railroad committee, but was amended so as not to affect the desired object. F. P.

Baker, in TopeJca Union. KANSAS CHURCHES. Valley Falls New Era Elder Proper of Topeka, was in Winchester last week, and organized a Baptist church society. Stockton Review: A council of the Congregational ministers of this association mit in Stockton. Quite a number from other counties were here.

The council took ac ion on the resignation of the pastor, Mr. Sherman, and also ordained Prof. I. F. Mather as a minister of the gospel.

Hays City Republican: The Presbyterians have just completed the renovating and repairing of their church. Mr, Dell Gager frescoed the interior in water colors, and painted the woodAvork in cherry. New windows of cathedral glass have been put in of chaste and elegant design. STOCK AND FARM. Russell Springs Republican: Hay is worth a ton in this market, and other feed in proportion.

Feed is plenty in Logan county. Stockton Record: J. R. Wells shipped 600 big fat hogs to Kansas City. They filled nine cars, and the swine averaged 380 pounds each.

Mr. Wells went personally to the city to dispose of them. Meade Republican: The other day load after load of oats was hauled from the depot to be sown upon the fertile prairie lands of this section. Three car loads were distributed by Captain Osgood, agent for the Rock Island for this purpose. The company has again shown its interest in the welfare of our people in that it has procured and sent here free of freight these seed oats, costing our people only 20 cents a bushel.

We hope and believe there will be a profitable crop therefrom and an hundredfold will be shipped out of this county on the Rock Island, bringing a return in good hard dollars to our people. Washington Register: Deaths among stock from hydrophobia are getting very numerous, and we are unable to conjecture even where the losses will end. We have before noticed that J. N. Powers had lost one of his mules from the disease, and later we recorded the death of a calf and two hogs belonging to Will Anderson from the same cause.

Mr. Powers has lost the other mule of his team; Levi Werner lost three cows; Mr. Eldridge two head of cattle, and Mr. Houlette one or more. Rumors of other losses are current but we have not been able to learn particulars.

Ellsworth Herald: Central Kansas is starting out in fine shape this spring. The past winter has been more than an average one for moisture and the recent rains have placed the soil in excellent shape. The winter wheat is looking thrifty, being above the average generally seen at this time. Hundreds of acres of oats have been sown already, and many of the farmers have planted early potatoes. It will not be many days ere the listing and planting of corn will be begun, and the assurances for a bountiful harvest this year excels any for years past.

Central Kansas is surely starting out with fine prospects. Delphos Republican: Charley Hur-tig, one of our most industrious Swede farmers, who located on his present homestead three miles southwest of Delphos, in 1870 raised on his farms last year: 1,700 bushels of wheat, 487 bushels of millet, 1,000 bushels of corn, a large quantity of vegetables and fruits, about $200 worth of stock, and cleared $500 above all expenses in sixty days running his threshing machine, a total of about $2,600 made during the year 1888. This don't look like a failure, as many are crying, but shows what industry will do. This season Mr. Hur- tig has 180 acres of wheat, which is in splendid condition at this tim and bids fair to make a big yield, and will plant 120 acres in corn and millet.

Mr. H. thinks Kansas, especially the Solomon valley is the best country in the world. Nickerson Argosy: The daily receipt of milk at the butter and cheese factory has more than doubled. Now, the receipt is over 4,000 pounds daily.

Within a month it will be 10,000 pounds daily. This is one of those institutions that the Argosy has encouraged from the time the first effort was made to establish it. In proportion to the amount invested it will put more money in circulation than anything farmers have gone into for a long time, and it will bring more trade to this city than anything else attempted on the same amount of investment. The de-maud for its products, butter and cheese, is growing. There is no discount on the quality of the products.

Now the directors are getting some hogs so they can feed the surplus milk, and it will pay and pay well. Before the summer is passed the building will have be enlarged. does not have the fish brand, send for descriptive catalogue. noes ma nnye uic isn uniuu, ocu iui ucoiipiicviiuijf SIMPLICITY IN DJRESS. Dress an average woman in a close-fitting serge or quite neutiral tinted tweed give her a spotless linen collar and cuffs to match; take away chains and gewgaws, and tell me if she ever looked better, unless, indeed, it was in a pink cotton cambric, on a summer's morning, with a rose at her throat instead of a brooch.

Simplicity, simplicity, simplicity a costly simplicity, if you will but let every dress be one-idead, and let no unnecessary or extraneous trifles be introduced into it. And after simplicity, or rather as a consequence of it, comes freshness, that most desirable quality, which to a woman's clothes is much the same as a fair, healthy skin is to her face; so that to say of a woman, "She always looks so fresh," is to pay the highest of all compliments to herself and her milliner. Take your complexion first. Are you fair, with blue eyes? Then you can wear every shade of blue, from azure down to violet but if you have gray, green or brown eyes, you will only create a discordancy if you suffer a morsel of blue near you. On the other hand, a perfectly fair green-eyed woman adds weirdness and charm to her fairness when she arrays herself in all the paler shades of green, and she reigns triumphant in the knowledge that not even the clearest skinned brune dares to emulate her.

For brunes, scarlet and amber, white and orange, though if there be the smallest tint of yellow in the skin, orange may be only ventured on at night. Some women who might come under the heading of blondes stand vivid yellows and oranges well; still there must be a certain amount of color in the face, and a skin transparently fair. But up to the age of forty, and frequently beyond it, the healthy, fresh-looking woman is at her very best in white, as often (oddly judging by the law of contrast) she is at her worst in black. Give her a white morning a cotton dress, or even a white muslin bib to her dark dress, and she looks fairer and more rosy than in an unrelieved winter gown. Many a woman sitting up in her white bed, with only white cambric and embroidery about her, will strike one as a sweetly pretty creature, who in dark clothes would never arrest cur attention.

London Queen. TO SA TE TIME. Anything to save time is New York's motto. The newest thing is a shop where men and women may have their shoes mended while they wait. Customers see the latest shoemaking machinery in the window, and behind the machines a row of lasts at which men prepare the work for the machines.

A woman goes in, has her shoes taken off, put on the lasts, trimmed of all tatters and shreds, fitted with new heels and soles, put into a sewing or nailing ma chine and made good as new almost half as quickly as it has taken to write these words. Patching is the only work that is done in the old-fashioned way. Entire new shoes are made to order by the pair ia two hours. AN HONEST DRUGGIST, when aslced for the best blood-purifier, always recommends Dr. Pierce's Golden Medical Discovery, because he knows it ha3 by far the largest sale and gives the best satisfaction to his customers.

Golden Medical Discovery cures all humors, from a common Blotch, or Eruption to the worst Scrofula. Salt-rheum, Scaly or Bough Skin, in short, all diseases caused by bad blood are conquered by this powerful, purifying, and invigorating medicine. Great Eating Ulcers rapidly heal under its benign influence. Especially has it manifested its potency in curing Tetter, Eczema, Erysipelas. Boils.

Carbuncles, Sore Eyes, Scrofulous Sores and Swellings, Hip-joint Disease, "White Swellings," "Fever Sores," Goitre, or Thick Neck, and Enlarged Glands. Consumption, which is Scrofula of the Eungs, i3 arrested and cured by thi3 remedy, if taken in the earlier stages of the disease. I I Dr. Pierce's Golden Medical Discovery I WARRANTED. I is the only medicine of its class that is 1 guaranteed to benefit or cure, in all cases of diseases for which it is recommended, or the money paid for it be promptly refunded.

For "Weak "Lungs, Spitting of Blood, Shortness of Breath. Bronchitis, Asthma, Severe Coughs, and kindred affections, it is an efiicient remedy. Sold by Druggists, at $1.00, or six Bottles for $5.00. Copyright, 1S88, by "World's Dispensary Medical Association, Proprietors. (Ti BIT I Irt? 1 septic, soothing and healing- properties of Dr..

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