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lite 'midxiiK pailij farjle: Jainrtlag tamiu, Ulaa 3, 1890.
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First Pi-esbyterian church IRfiv. David
"Winters "will conduct services tomorrow at
11 n. in. aniT S p. m. The Sabbath school
Will meet at 9.30 a. m. and the Y. P. S. C.
E. at 6:45 p. m. At the mora ing service
tile pastor will preach his first anniversary
ferium as pastor of the churcli. The sub
ject will be. "Elements of Church
Strength." The topic of the evening dis
course v, ill be, "A "World "Without Pain.'
The public in general and the members of
the medical profession in particular are
Invited to the service.
Mayflower Congregational clnirch, Fair
view ave. a nd Fourteenth stree t Pi cach
ing by Prof. Young of "Wichita university
nt 8 p. m. S unday school at 2 30 p. m. Y
P. Endeavor meeting at 7 p. m. General
prayer xneetin V on Thursday evening at 8
o'clock. All a-e welcome.
Tlie "Wright Presbyterian mi sion, on
Eighteenth stietf, P.ev C. H. M rCreery
pastor Sermon tomorrow evening at S
o'clock on "The Puties and Resp( msibih
tiesof Young People." Prayer ineeting
on Thursday evenin g at 8 o'clock. . Sunday
school at 3 p m.. F. F. Vincent superin
tendent. A hearty welcome to nil.
Reformed church, c-orner of Topelna ave
rmr. ii ml T.cm', street. Rev. J. W. Love,
pastor. Preaching rvice at 11 a. m. and
8 p. m. Sundaj 'rhool at 0.45 a. in. and
joung people's society at 7 p. m. Come.
The pastor of the West Side Baptist
cLurrh being Killed to attend to the ordi
j.ation of a voting man to the ministry at
Derby Satnfday and Sunday, the hen-ices
Sunday forenoon at the West Side church
iwll be conducted by young Bro Brown,
and at 8 o'clock p m. by Bro. Cranes.
Plymouth Congregational church, cor
ner of Second and Lawrence The fwistor,
S T Alillikan, will conduct sen-ices at
"0 45 a. m ana S p m. Sunday school at
12 m "i P. S C E at 7 p. m. The sub
let cf the evening sermon will be: "What
lb the Bible'"
Church of Christ (Scientist) Services
Fumlav afternoon at 3 30 m Councill hall,
"1 'Snuth Water st reei. Subject: True
Pr jir s Mortal Opinion. Sunday bdiool
at '2 .M All are invited.
1 nited Presbj terian church, corner Ohio
rnd First, Rev .T.inie3 A Lawrence, pas
tor Morning sublet. Justification; even
ing: "And lie put 'them all out." Hours
for services Sabbath school, 10 a in.,
prtach'2ng 11 a m and 8 p m. and Y. P.
S C E 7p m Subject for Thursday even
ing prajer meeting: Christian Unity.
Seats free Sti angers w elconie.
First M. E chinch Preaching morning
and i venm bv the pastor. Sunday school
at "J 'if) p m R. T. Savin, pastor.
West Side Christian chinch, Garfield
university chapel Preaching by Professor
Luughlm at 11 a. in. Sunday school at
0 45 a m. Y V i C E at 2 30 p m.
Prajer meeting on Wednesday evening at
Friends church on Cleveland avenue
neai Douglas Public religious services
as usual tomoi row morning at 11 o'clock
and 8 o'clock p. m. Evangelist J. J.
Mills, of Hutchinson, is expected to be
pi c-ent and deliver n discourse at each of
il.os" meetings r-auoaui scnooi at -j.m
o'clock a. m. Prajer ineeting every Thuia
daj evening at S o'clock.
dospel meeting for woman at the Cot
tage, 218 iNorth Maiket, Sunday, 4-15 p in.
Subject. Knowing Christ. Leader, Miss
Perkins 1'resbj terian church. Burton
car woiks. liev. W. II. Robinson, pastor
Divine services tomoirovv at 31 a. in.
Sabbath chool 3 p. in Y P. S. C. E
consecration meeting at 0 4"i p m. "Union
service at th M E thurehatbp m. The
stor will preach at both moiuing and
c ening sen ice All aie invited.
v M C. A Song service and evangel
ist e meeting for men, in brick chinch,
t oi iiei of Law i ence av enue and First stieet
toircirow aftenioon at 4 o'clock.
Oak Street Piesbjteiian church, Rev.
". I Doole, pastor Services at 11 a. m.
and S p ni rmbbat h school at 2 30 p m ,
Piof U P. Simll, superintendent. Y. P.
S C E at 1 o'clock Geneialprajer meet
in tui Thursday evening
I mtaiiau chinch Sei vices Sunday 11
n in Count il hall, 113 South Water street
"" pnh on Hoiigland, minister. Subject
f imon "The Jiulnu':it Day." Sunday
scloolatlOa m lx's-,on, the "Book of
toveirmts' m Exodus Svniposium on
oui public schools at b o'clock p in. Dr.
R u Stevenson will give an address on
"Tiaimng for Citizenship' Miss Mane
Mathissvvill reed a paper discussing the
qu- stion, "Can the School's Teach Morality
" nhout Theologj ?" The public coiduill y
Central Christian chuich, corner Seconel
and M irket stieets Preaching bj- Rev. A.
II ( arter. Serv ices at 11 a. in. Sunday
s hool at 9 K) Evening services at 8. Ti.
V S C E at (i 45 p.m. Piayer meeting
v n v Thui silav ev ening at b. Everj body
uivited. seats fiee
Olivet Congregational, South Topeka
avenue, near (June street, Robeit L. Maish,
p-stoi Will pieach nuiriung and evening.
An exsitorj sornion at 10.4" ontheSun-d-iv
school lesson for the day. Evening
sermon at b o'e lock the t bird in the ei ies
from .lohn 3. lu. Sunday school at 12 m ;
P S C E meeting at 7 p. m.; Bible
studj Tuesdav i ening. prajer ineeting
" cdnexlav evening. Sunday school at 3
. m1 preaching at 4 15 p m. on Hairy and
Lalu streets, noimal class at sauieplace
Tliursdaj ev ening
Emporia Avegue Baptist cliurch, A. II.
Post, pastor Rev A. Coffey, of Udall, will
pr'acli moimiig ami evening; Sunday
s-luol 9 15. N .M Southwick, smiennteud
eut "i P S C. E. 7 p in.
Fmpona Avenue M. E church, John W.
Horner, justor First quarterlv meeting
Sunelav I'reaohinir at 11 a. m indSn. in
bv Rev J. D Botkin, Sunday school at
O'l a m,Daviel Snijth, superintendent,
nrst qu.uterl conference Monday night;
prajer meeting Thuisday at S p. in.
SPRING 1890 finds us with the Largest, Cheapest and Most Varied stock of Clothing for men, boys and children, and in furn
ishing goods we have all the staples and all the novelties. Knox hats in the new shapes, Wilson Bros shirts in all sizes of neck and
sleeves, all wool summer underwear, sizes 34 to 50. We ask you to make an inspection of our stock and prices, and we will leave the
decision with vou as to our assertions. Our stock is too large and varied to quote prices, but we guarantee to meet any competition here
ui duiuu. ivxdu uiucrs imcu on same aay as received, state plainly size, price and color and we will take pains to please y
Hatters and Furnishers,
BROTHERS. One-Price Clothiers
126 AND 128 DOUGLAS
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A Useful Boj.
Irate Subscriber (in thunder tones)
Where's the editor of this Bheot?
Smart Boy Ho jist stepped in nezt
door. Oomo alorg an' Til show you.
(Leads tho way to a. building occupied by
Irato Subscriber (stopping in hallway)
Eh? What's that yelling upstairs?
Boy Guess the editor has caught the
man he was after.
Subscriber (hurriedly) I'll Til call
again. Now York Weekly.
PHYSIOLOGY AND HYGIENE.
A Sign of tho Times.
c?:. - m. ir -'jtfr .
vSwo f uTTTn eta"V
Fooift; Ih-it Are Useful fop Uuildln Up
and htronstlieninj; tho Nonres.
Tbo nervous tissue requires for its constitu
tion the chemical constituents of the albumi
noids and fats, together with phosphorus,
says Tho Dietetic Gazetto; hence tho chief
alimentary substance is tho albuminoids con
tained in milk, e;E, cereals, the juices of
vegetables and tfle muscular substance of
meat. Water should bo freely indulged in
by neurotic types of constitution almost ad
libitum. Among tho moats most suitable are,
in their order, beef, mutton, lamb and porL
and tho brains of annuals.
Fish is not so valuable as reputed, but may
bo employed to vary tho diet. Oysters, on
tho other hand, are oxti emely useful as nerv e
reconstruct! v-es. Anitir vegetables, wheat J
stands at tho head of tTio list, containing, as
it does, fatty matters anil phosphoric acid.
Eico, corn, oitmoal, barlejr and svreet pota
toes are better than onions, carrots, beets,
turnips, etc. Fruits are useful as adjuvants
because of tho sugars they contain.
WHEN LOVE WAS YOUNG.
A Simple Dressing for CuM.
A dressing for fieh cuts, stabs and similar
rroands (strongly recommended! bj- Dr Pash
LolT, of RusMt) is a thick hiyer of ashes pre
pared by burning cottou or huen btutr. The
ah 5s awl blood together form a pi otectiv 0
covenne; under which the w onnd heals quick
ly. "W lien the wound requires it, it should be
vvc'l cleansed with a boracio rotation befoie
the a.-hes aw applied. Dr. Pashkoff says that
this coavemeat and cheap dreeing has been
1 sh1 from time immemorial by tlw Russian
peasant. lie has himself employee! 11 in
many cases, here tho wouuds healed rapidly
and without toe ihhteat suppuration.
Hovr to Wash tho ITnir.
Eat an egg into fairn, rub it well into the
roots, thoroughlj but gently, then rinse it m
lukewarm watui Keep a wnall lirush for the
purpose, a nail brush or a tooth brush will
answer, and part your hair, strand by strand
Until you have cleansed tho calp well over
If your hair 13 moist by nature, dissolvo a ht
tlo borax and glycerine m the rmse water; if
It is harsh and dry, u50 the glycanno onlv,
lest tao head after o much manipulation feel
uneasy or sore. Dry it m the sun or a warm
l-oorn, and brush briskly with a stiff brush
till it.is soft and satiny.
Neptune Hello! what aie you doing
Seasiele Hotel Proprietor Came down
to, see if you've got anything new or J
startling in tho hue of sea serpents.
The Cincinnati Times-Star tells this:
"During a performance of 'Richelieu by
the Booth-ZModjesha company not long
ago there was an episode which pointed
a moral, if it eliel not adorn tho tale, and
caused a ripple of merriment. It will be
remembered that when Richelieu pro
poses to read his versus to Joseph the lat
ter reinarlcs. aside: 'Strange that so great
a statesman should be so bad a poet.'
'Eh, Joseph,' says the cardinal, 'what
wero you saying? Joseph replies: 'I said
it was strange that so gi eat a statesman
shoulel bo so eublimo a poet.' 'Xo, he
ehun't!' piped a voice in tho audience,
near tho stage. It was from a little girl.
who then stooel np and continued: 'Thf
priest has lied ! He said i t the other way !' "
"ot a. Troper Question.
Schoolboy (poring over his lesson)
Father, what language do they speak in
Father H'm! The language spoken
in Chili, my son. the er language
spoken er in Chili is do j-on find that
question in tho book you are studying,
Schoolboy Xo, but I thought Td like
Father (severely) Then don't ask it,
my son. If it isn't in tho book it isn't
proper for you to know. Chicago Tribune.
Clothing and Kxerciso.
"When overheated from exercise, especially
during the sudden changes of a New England
climate, tho outer clothing should never be
suddenly thrown off unless in a warm room.
Tho garment, instead, should be kept on until
most of tho superabundant animal warmth
has disappeared. Neither should tho under
clothing bo changed for thinner as warmer
weather approaches until tho season for a
judicious change has arrived If one is too
warm, put on lighter outer wear. Inactivity
requires moro clothing than eiercUe. But
every person should endeavor to practice,
during every day, a sufficient amount of act-
r ivo exercise to insure a natural amount of
bodily heat. This is not saying that tho ex
ercise must of necessity bo very vigorous or
piolcnjjed, and ceitainly not violent. Rhode
Island Stato Bulletin.
ot an Adonis.
When Love was youn, it asketl for TrtngB,
That it might still bo roaming;
And away it sped, by fancy led,
Through dawn, and noon, nnel gloaming.
Each daintiness that blooms and blows
It w ooed m honeyed meter.
And when it v on the sv eetest sivcet
It flew oC to a sweeter,
When IiOve was younjj.
When Love was old, it craved for rest,
For home, and hearth, and haven;
For quiet talks round sheltered walks,
And long lawns sinoothi shaven.
And w lien Love sought, at last it found
A roof, a porch, a garden,
And from a fond, unquestioning heart
PeEco, sympathy and pardon.
When Lore was old.
"Wholesale and Uetail Doalcr in all ldnda of
Experiments made by Jensen in the labora
tory of tho Umver-itv of Tubingen make it
appear that raw moat is much sooner digested
than cooked moat. Cookincr, a far as ani
mal food is concerned, has the effect of mak
ing it more pleasing to the taste, but is un
necessary; whereas with certain vegetables,
especially tfcoso composed principally of
ttarch, as grain and potatoes, it is required
to fit tl'"'" "-- -
A Hitch in tho Performance.
""What's tho matter?" asked the stage
manager, who noticed that something
was going wrong during the grave dig
ging scene in "Hainlct."
'"It's the first grave digger," whispered
Heirano. "He-says that unless the man
ager sends him back the price of a square
meal right away, he's going to eat the
loaf of bread that they're using for
Yorick's skull."' Washington Post.
And She Smiled.
A woman who looked to weigh 400 pounds,
ut probably fell a little short of that
J igure, was descending f 1 om a Bleecker street
ar, w hen a man, who looked to weigh about
.eventy pounds, but might pull down a hun
ired, sought to ascend. They mot. They
jumped. They gazed at each other in a cold
Tay. Neither would retreat for tho moment.
Then tho man's natuial gallantry was called
xi question, and he said:
"Ah! 1 am m vour way "
"I am m 5 ours, rather," she rejJwl.
"Oh, not at all. If I wasn't so fat I could
nove quicker. I often envy you people w ho
novo about so lively.'
And she looked into his face, saw that he
pi as serious, and her efforts to strike a girl's
rait as she moved to the curb provoked a
olatform passenger nto saying:
"That didn't cost him a cent and did her a
housaud dollai s' worth of good. " New York
"WiiRhinston's rather' Grave.
Augustine Washington, the father of Gen.
George Washington, died AprU 12, 174.", in
Stafford couutv, and his body wa3 brought
iowu and deposited in tho vault at Wake
5eld, near Bride's creek, in Westmorelahd
ounty, where his first wife (Jano Butler) had
Denn buried in November, 1723. The ato of
ibis vault and burial ground is correctly lo
cated on a chart made from a survey of
Washington's birthplace," by A. Linden
cohl, in September, 1S70, copies of which
:hart can bo obtained from tho office of the
Jnited States Coast and Geodetic survey in
tVashington. The spot is occasionally visited
sy tourists, and was seen by Bishop ileado in
IS57, who elescribes its neglected condition as
Tho condition has not been Improved sines.
IT.ACQUMNTED WITH THE GEOGRAPHY OF THE COUNTRY Wilt
OBTAIN MUCH INFORMATION FROM A 6TUDY OF THIS MAP OF TMt
teSiita Anthracite and B
J. oHnH rc-aJia&vrSil. I
aler in all kinds of
KIXDS : OF : JJCIJ.niXG : MATEIiTAL.
J Main Office 112 South Fourth Avenue. Branch Office 13.1 Xorth Main Street
Yards connecteel with all railroads in tho city
Mr. Fripley (who lias gone to the par
son's on mamago bent) Never mind
ringin' for a light.
The Parson It's rather dark hero.
Mr. Fripley That's all right. I'm
? fraid every time she gets a look at me
she'll change her mind. Judrre.
A WoMsn's Think.
Bessie "What do yotr think of Fanny's
Jessie Think it's plush. Tenowine's
When Babj- rras sek, we gave her Gastorfa,
When she was a Child, she cried for Caori&,
When she became Miss, she cluns to Castorti,
When she had Children, she gave them Castoria,
3Ioner landing nt 720 Ter Cent.
A caso of money Ifuding at 720 per cent
me out in the lord mayor:, court in London
1 short time siBCe. Tee defendant in the
ase, named Bryant, said fee was cashier at a
alary of 2 per vveet. He had bei a clerk
n theLoudon and Wtniiiislsr bank, bat in
onaequeiKvuf dinlcnlaswith moner lenders
le had been disearsd. His feltoV clerks
.ben subscribed and put his wife and two
iaugnter into bnne On thk uaracalar
lebt be borrowed U and gare-a hill for 15.
de had jwi.1 inters nt U nt of 130 per
Nwt. for six jer, or 730 permit on tbortp
:al loan, and w now sumiaosed for tiie
mount of tiw loaa. TUejod nwdaaor
ler for eight killings per ajoosh. Chica-o
Kah for Pnpa.
"Was Washington a polished writer?'
"Well, he used to knock the king'
English silly." Life.
Compressed Coal Dost.
One-seventh of the coal mined is lost from
being broken up too finely to be borned with
profit. A prominent railroad company is
now mixing the duss with pitcn and com
pressing it into blocks that burn lice hard
coal, with tho advantage thut they are en
tirely consumed to ashes and leavo no clink
Ers. New York Commercial Advertiser.
dam Sod M & Pad By.
Includinrr XincB "Ea5t and "West of tho Missouri
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ItOCK iaiAND. DAVENPOKT, DE3 MOINES.
COXTNCXL BLUFFS. WAT2RTOWN, SIOUX
FALLS. lirNNEAPOI.IS. ST. PAUL, ST. JOS
EPH. ATCHISON. LEAVENWORTH, KANSAS
CITY. TOPEKA. DENVER, COLORADO SP'NQB
and PUEBLO. Freo Heclinlnpc Chair Cars to and
from CHICAGO. CALDWELL, HUTCHINSON
and DODGE CITY, and PalncoSIeopinRr Cars be
tween CHICAGO. WTCHITAand HUTCHINSON.
Daily Trains to and irom KINGFISHER, la tha
SOLID VESTJBULE EXPRESS TRAIHS
of Through Coache3. Sleepers, and Dining Cara
daUy between CHICAGO. DES MOINES. COUN
CIL BLUFFS and OKAHA. and Free Reclinlcft
Chair Cars between CHICAGO and DEKVBR,
COLORADO SPRINGS and PUEBLO, via Et. Jos
eph, or Kansas City and Topelca. EscureJona
daily, -with Choico of Routes to on"d from Salt
Lako. Portland. Los Ansrelcs nnd San Francisco.
Tho Direct Lino to and from Pike's Peak. Mani
tou. Garden of tho Gods, the Sanitariums, and
Scenio Grandeurs of Colorado, ,
Via Tho Albert Loa Routo.
Solid Express Trains daily hotween Chicago and
Minneapolis and St. Paul, with THROUGH Re
clining Chair Cars (FREE) to and from those
points and Kansas C.ty. Through Chair Car and
Sleeper between Peoria, Spirit Lako and Sioux
Falls via Roch Island. Tho Favorite Line to
"Watcrtown, Sioux Falls, tho Summer Re30rts and
Hunting and Fishing Grounds of tho Northwest.
Tho Short Lino via Seneca and Kankakee oilers
facilities to travel to and from Indianapolis, Cin
cinnati and other Southern points
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Gea'l Manager. GanT Tkt. & Pass. Act.
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Office irith Citizens Bank, cor. Main and Douglas, Wichita, Kan
Had More Liht.
Mr. Grane Say, Elfnda, you've got t'
break off tvith that Lord Wisbwater.
iliss Grane Why! P-P-Papa! 1
Hr. Graae A feller from Ottawa toW rao
t'-day that I wont b any raore of a duke
if ter you're married than I be now. Pock.
Lord Acton is considered the sort learned
2ian m England. He is a Roman Catholic,
ind in addition to his barony has a baronetcy.
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antes, ail of -rrmch are careful! v selected and
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