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GENERAL KIVAS TURNS AGAINST
Recalled from Exile and Given a
Command He Storms the
The Salvadorian's Second Attempt to Se-
tray His Country lighting Still
A Thousand Killed and 5,000 "Wounded
the Result of the Argentine Insurrec
tionTerrible Oholera Scourge in
Japan and Arabia Items
War Del'artmext, "WASHErGTos, D. C,
July 31, 8 p. m. Forecast until 8 p. m.
For Missouri Fair, followed by local
showers in western portion, southeasterly
winds, slightly cooler in northeast, sta
tionary temperature in southwestern part.
For Kansas Fair, followed by light
local showers in northern and western
portions, southerly winds, slightly changes
General Rivas Directs His Forces Against
La Libertad, via Galyestov, July 31.
It is reported that. General Rivas, who
was recently recalled from .Honduras by
the government to raise troops around the
Goad j list epec and jom the main army
operating againstthe Guatemalan frontier,
turned traitor after having had n hand
some reception in the capitol. When he
was supposed to be on his way to the
frontier, he turned back his forces of 2,000
Indians toward the capitol and stormed
the barracks. There lighting has been
going on two days but no details have
been received, as communication has been
interrupted since. General Rivas started
the revolution against the Menendez
government some months ago but was de
tented. He then fled to Honduras.
THE DAMAGE AT BUENOS AYRES.
BUEXOS Ayr.es, July 31. During the in
surrection here the iron-clad ileet, which
had joined the revolutionary movement,
bombarded the city for two days. Serious
damage was done tomany buildings,
especially those in the vicinity of the
Plaza Victoria. One thousand persons
were killed and 5,000 wounded. The ship
ping of thepoit sustained no damage.
!iw Yokk, July 31. A dispatch re
ceived in New Yoik from Buenos Ayres
today, via Galvoton, says: "Telegraphic
communication with Buenos Ayres via
Galveston is. reopened,"
The message is to the official" of the
Mexican Telegraph company in this city.
The fact that this message come over the
Traiwindinc lino is an indication that
peace reigns throughout the Argentine
A LOVE MATCH BY ROYALITY.
Vienna. July 3l. The marriage of Arch
duchess Maria Valery, second daughter
and youngest child of the emperor and
empere-s, and Archduke Fancis Salinton,
took place today. The ceremony was per
formed in the parish church at lcht. All
the members of the imperial family veu
present. The archduchess iccently le
nounced her rights of succession to the im
perial throne in order that she might be
iiee to marry the archduke who was her
own r,noice lor a Iiusuanu.
At the wedding breaklast after the wed
cliuir theemperor announced the bethrothal
of Archduke Ferdinand, third son of Arch
duke Karl Ludwitr, heir presumptive to
the throne of Austria-Hungary, to Princess
Elizabeth, eldest daughter of Prince
Leopold, of Bavaria.
BURYING- THE VICTIMS.
Seventy-five Funerals of the Dead Miners
of St Etienne.
Paris, July 31 T c funerals of seventy-live
of the victims of the fire damp ex
plosion in the Pelissier pit at St. Etienne
took place today. The coilins were cov
ered with flower. Some of the oflenugs
bore inscription';. "To the martyrs of
labor," and "To the victims of the capital
ist ' exploitation " The whole mining
population of the St Etienne district at
tended the funeral. The chamber of depu
ties has voted 'JOO.OOO francs for the benefit
of the families of those who lost their lives
in the pit
THE SITUATION IN BUENOS AYRES
Paris, July 31. A dispatch from Buenos
Ayres says: The banks ai e open but the
bourse is still closed. A press censorship
has been established. The formation of a
cabinet of conciliation i under discussion.
The civic i tranquil. Disorders continue
in the agricultural districts. The great
southern Roasrio railway has been torn up
in place. Troops have been dispatched
to protect the workmen repairing
tho road Traffic i suspended,
notaries refuse to protest bills on the
ground of the existance of a state of siege.
Great pressure is applied to compel Cel
man to resign.
THE CHOLERA IN JAPAN.
Svx Fiswisco, Cal., July 31. The
staomer Belgic arrived this morning
twenty-three days from Hong Kong and
fourteen from Yokahoma.
On the 11th inst the total number of
cholera cases were reported and increased
to 2fi) ivith 111 deaths. Forty fresh cases
and fifteen deaths were reported that day
and on the 12th thirty-eight new cases and
twenty -.seven deaths were reported from
Nngnsaui. The emperor has sanctioned
the expenditure of 43,000 from the govern
ment, statiug it was for disinfection pur
poses. EMIN WAGING WAR.
Zakzib R, Julv31. Emin has had severe
fighting at Masai and Fgogo. He killed
many natie.s by using the Maxim gun.
He seised 1,200 head of cattle. He de
feated the L'gogos with great slaughter.
CHOLERA AT MECCA.
Mecca, July 31. The cholera epidemic
hero shows no sign of abatement. The
deaths fm the disease average eighty
DISCONTENT IN SAMOA.
SrnXET, N. S. W., July 31. The steamer
Lubreck which has arrived here from
Apia, brings rumors of discontent in the
KILLED IN A MINE.
Berltx, July 31. An explosion occurred
in the Fritz mine at Gelzenkirtchen today.
Eicht men were killed and several -vefe
ON THE RACE TRACK.
Monmouth Park, N. J., July 31. The
winners of today's races were: Chaos,
Contribution, Havehe, Ontlame, Sam
Wood, Tipstaff, Sirocco. The feature of
the day nud one that evoked much ap
plause, was the race for the Newark sialics
m wuicuiwiuur, im- winner ran tne nine
in 1-J39, thereby beating the record a
quarter of a second.
ClEVELAND, O., .Tuly 31 Third day
grand circuit, trotting raoes, Walter E.
r.An 1..-. O.OI t-rv-if l.i,i.t L,i,.,.. 4 T- .. .
;mo.ici Tho o-ir rmr. t. t.L. 1?..
Albert S.?PanIici second. Best time 2:17. n'1,It- The eKlemcnt was effected by the
T . , Workmen waiving the demand to isn the
Saratoga, N. I... July8l inner of ' amalgamated scale, agreeing to resume if
today's races: Lavinia Bell, Bulgowan, I Hu agreement was signed to pav scale
Recluse, Rhono, Objection, Bradford. wages.
THE RATIFICATION- TOXIGI1T.
At the rally and ratification tonight by
the Republicans the Hayote club, of Paw
nee, will furnish the music. That is one
of the oldest campaign clubs in the state
and the Hon. W. C. Edwards is with them
saying he wants to take part in the first
ratification meeting. James Reeder and
George Findley of Kansas, also Judge
Botkin of Stevens, 'and Judge Price of
Ashland will be present, having arrived
THE DODGE CITY' WORKERS.
The Sedgwick delegation to the Dodge
City convention reached the city, accom
panied by the congressional candidate,
Colonel Hallowell, at 1 o'clock Last night,
having come from Xewton on a special. A
brass band and good-sized crowd was
present and escorted the victor of the day
to Hotel Metropole. Thirty-seven guns
were fired, one for each county in the dis
trict. A much larger crowd was present when
the Frisco pulled in at 10 o'clock, as the
party was expected on that train.
TOPEKA, Kan., July 31. Charters were
granted to new Kansas corporations as
First M. E. Church, of Olivett, Osage
county. Trustees Charles Cochran. E.
B. Glascow, H. N. Hewes, Harrison Wil
son, J. E. Wilson.
The Kansas Central Land Investment
company, of Salina. Directors P. H.
Markland, A. L. Dodge, C. Eberhart, E.
W. Ober, Charles C. Culp, Oscar Seitz, J.
B. Hamilton; capital stock, S40,000.
The Potwin water Supply company.
Directors C. P. Baker, D. U. Tillotson, J.
R. Moore, F. B. Johnson, W. P. Tomlin
son; capital stock, 60,00!).
Mr. Selby Carter, Nashville, Tenn:
"Ayer'a Sarsaparilla cleared my system of
ALL BUT ONE ACCOUNTED FOR.
Baltimore, Md., July 31. The work of
dragging the Patapsco river for the bodies
of those drowned iu the collision on Mon
day night of the excursion steainer Louise
and the Norfolk steamer Virginia, was
continued today. Two additional bodies
were recovered in the forenoon and were
ideutifield as those of Willie Haas and
Maggie Eller. a boy and girl. The latter
belonged to Washington. All the missing
are now accounted for except Laura
Tho number of deaths now known to
have resulted from the collision are four
teen. BASE BALI.
AT XEW YOKK.
Brooklyn 1 0121020 29
Toledo 0 001011104
Base hits Brooklyn 11, Toledo 11.
Frrors Brooklyn 3. Toledo 0.
Pitchers Daily and Pitz.
Rochester. 0 0002000 1-3
Louisville 4 1300000 08
Base hits Rochester 5, Louisville 12.
Errors Rochester 3. Louisville 2.
Pitchers Barr and.Stratton.
AT PIIILADELPUI .
Athletics 7 12 0 10 12 1 13
Columbus 0 1102003 29
Brse hits Athletics 12, Columbus 11.
Errors Athletics 0, Columbus S.
Pitchers McMahon mid Knauss.
AT' BUFFALO. '
Buffalo 0 0 0 10 0 13 0."
Boston 0 010000102
Base hits Buffalo 10; Boston 9.
Errors Buffalo 1; Boston 5.
Pitchers Cunningham and Kilroy.
Pittsburg 1 4 0 0 116 0 013
Brooklyn 0 0100000 01
Base hits Pittsburg 11, Brooklyn 3.
Errors Pittsburg 2, Brooklyn 7.
Pitchers Naul and Sowders.
Cleveland ....! 00002120 fi
Philadelphia 2 2 3 0 0 3 0 0 012
Base hits Cleveland 10,-Philadelphia 13.
Errors Cleveland 4, Philadelphia L
Pitchers G ruber and Sanders.
Chicago 0 010010002
New York 1 020000003
Base hits Chicago 2, New York 6.
Errors Chicago ., New York 1.
Pitchers Baldwin and Ewing-
Cincinnati 3 10110000 2 S
Philaaelphia 0 0000051000
Base hits Cincinnati 14, Philadelphial4.
Errors Cincinnati 0, Philadelphia 3.
Pitchers Viau and Smith.
Cleveland ....0 0013020 06
New York 0 0 0 0 3 110 03
Base hits Cleveland 12, New York 7.
Errors Cleveland 1, New York 1.
Pitchers Beatiu and Rusie.
Chicago 3 000000104
Boston 0 001000001
Base hits Chicago 6, Boston 2.
Errors Chicago 1, Boston 1.
Pitchers Stein and Nichols.
A Pilthy Village of Labrador Fright
Bonne B vy. N. F., July 31. A violent
outbreak of diptheiia has appeared at Red
B.iy, a fishing settlement on the Labrador
coast. The informant left the settlement
several days ago and the diseae had then
become epidemic. The population num
bers S00 and half of them were down w ith
the sickness in a more or less violent form.
Man deaths have occurred. The little
village is m a shocking state in regard to
sanitation. The smell of rotten fish in
warm weather, of which there has been a
long spell, was overpowering. The only
scavencers are the sea gulls and there is
no doctor along the entire coast. The only
hope is that a British war ship will go to
the rescue with disinfectants and medi
cines. Cures while you wait Preston's "Hed
SHOWS A DECREASE.
Lawrence, Kan., July 31. The enum
eration of tin, Douglas county, has just
been completed, and shows a decrease in
population of 1.100. The decrease will ef
fect the salaries of all the county officers.
In lSso the salaries were raised as the
county had then a population of 25.000.
The population is now 23,(V3. The county
will save about $3,000 annually by the re
duction in salaries.
Hed-Ake" is a specific for
A STRIKE ON SCHOOL BUILDINGS.
New York, July 31. A general strike
was ordered this afternoon on all the pul
lic schools now being repaired. There are
only three contractors objectionable to the
board of walking delegates, bat this gen
eral movement is ordered to compel the
board of education to get rid of them.
About 1.200 men are out of work and there
is serious doubt of the public schools being
able to open on September 1).
Chron'c IiiHamation of tlip Illartdcr.
I promptly cured by the Excelsior
Springs, Mo., waters. 29 w ri sua-tf
WAIVED SIGNING OF THE SCALE.
Pittsburg, Pa.. July 31 The -trite at
the National Tube works, McKeesport,
A'a., was setnea at a conierenee the alter
noon and the men will return to work to-
A $27.50 RATE PUBLISHED.
Kaksas City, Mo., July 3L The Wa
bash this afternoon publicly named a rate
of 27.50 as the excursion fare to the Grand
Army of the Republic encampment at
Boston. The officials of the- road here
state that the reduction from 30.03 was
made by and with the authority of General
Passenger Agent Chandler. Tho other
roads soon afterwards posted. L similar
rate. ' "
BUYING MUNICIPAL STOCK
Atchison. Kan., July 31. The Missouri
Pacific is offering to buy its stock held by
municipalities along its line between
Atchison and Omaha " and along its
branches in Nebraska at 10 cents on the
dollar The people generally favor sale of
the stock. The company does not appear
in the proposition. Offers are made by
TERRIFIC FLOW OF GAS.
KrxGSVlLLE, July 31. Later yesterday
noon gas was struck here at a depth of 000
feet and the flow is now estimated at 20,
000,000 cubic feet a day. The roar is deafen
ing and when the vein was struck the
drills were thrown high in the air and for
ten minutes rocks and dirt came out.
AN OLD MICHIGAN MAN DEAD.
Grand Rapids, Mich., July 31. Thomas
B. Church, the fourth mayor of Grand
Rapids, died last evening at 70 years. He
was mayor in 1S53, a member of the con
stitutional convention in 1S50 and for
several terms a member of the state legis
lature. Fred S. Church, the noted artist
of New York, is his son.
HANGED FOR MURDER.
Live Oak, Fla., July 31. Kelly Stewart
(colored) was hanged here today for the
murder of John Hawkins about two years
ago. Two thousand people witnessed the
execution. The trap fell at 12:83 and his
neck was broken.
lie did not struggle or
move a muscle.
THE TEXAS CUT MET.
Kansas City. Mo., July 31. The Kan
sas City, Fort Scott & Memphis today met
the cut announced yesterday by the Mis
souri Pacific in freight rates to eastern and
northern Texas points.
If you have
headache try Preston's
SANTA FE STATION BURNED.
Garden City, Kan., July 31. The Santa
Fe passenger and freight stations were
destroyed by fire today. The books, pa
pers and some of the office furniture was
If fails, monej'
MRS. REBECCA CABLE DEAD.
Springfield, Mass., July 31. Mrs. Re
becca Cable, mother of George W. Cable,
died at her home in Northampton, this
relief by using Preston's
XNIGHTS OF PYTHIAS.
nates or" Interest from Many of tho Juris
dictions. The grand lodge of Ohio has amended
the constitution so ns to provide that any
person engaging in buying, procuring, sell
ing or making intoxicating liquors shall
not Ie initiated into a lodge unless such
selling be upon a regular prescription by a
reputable physician or for Icnown medici
nal, mechanical, pharmaceutical or sacra
The contract for building a Pythian tem-
' pie afr Welsenburg, Cal., has been let. The
building-is to be substantially one of 23 by
60 feet and two stories high. The lodge
room will bo in the upper story of the
building-and will bo fitted up in elegant
The Knights of Union City will build a
castle hall during the summer. It will cost
The Augusta (Ga.) division K. of P. re
cently carried off the prize in drilling, and
also tho best looking and most soldierly
Knights at tho grand encampment in
The lodges of Indianapolis have an aggre
gate membership of nearly 2,000,. and the
lodges have all the work they can do.
The membership of the order in the
grand 'jurisdiction of Wast Virginia is
2,134, with forty lodges. The Knights of
Camden, Ark., are to have a 12,000 castle
Phoenix lodge, of Zanesville, O., is deter
mined to be the "banner lodge of the world.
It was lately-instituted "wi'h 2S5 charter
members, only five of tho number being
There have been seventeen new lodges in
stituted in Ohio since October, 1S8S.
In West Virginia tho order has gained
twelve lodges and 501 members during the
The Knights of Magnolia, Ark., are
working up a fund to be used in building a
Toledo has nine lodges of tho order, and
all of them are gaining ground rapidly.
Six of theso lodges have combined and
purchased a lot 49 by 120, on which they
propose building a Pythian temple four
stories high, at a cost of $10,000.
KNIGHTS OF HONOR.
A Brief Resume of the July Assessment
Of the 1G5 deaths published in the July
circular 10 were half rate. The sum of
$320,000 is required to pay their beneficia
ries. Tho total amount paid by the de
ceased was $34,733.33, an average of $210,50.
Of the number 16 became members between
the ages of 20 and 30, and paid a total of
$2,33S, an average of 146.12, and the aver
age time of their membership ras 7 years
and 3 months; 30 were between 30 and 40,
paid a total of SS.86S.30, an average of
? 177.37, and their average time was 8 years
and 9 months; S7 were between 40 and 50,
paid a total of $16,464 3S, an average of
$189.25, and average time 8 years and 3
months; 12 were between 50 and 35, paid a
total of $7,062.25, an average of $3S8.52, and
average time 10 years and 7 months. The
highest amounts paid were $908, $856 and
$S33, by three members who were each 54
years of age at time of initiation. The
smallest sums paid were $3, by a
half rate member, who had been in
but three months and was killed in
a railroad accident; $7, by one who died
of heart disease, and $S by a member who
died of pneumonia. One of the number
had been a member a period of sixteen
years and three months. The last death
published is numbered 15,727, and the list
contains all received up to May 29. The
statement shows that warrants for all
deaths except five had been drawn up to
15,520. The law relating to who may be made
beneficiaries was changed at the recent
session of tho supreme lodge so as to in
clude all blood relations, whether depend
ants or not.
Thornton lodge, of Thornton. Tex., capt
ures the subordinate lodge banner, with
Wabash lodge, of Logansport, Ind., a close
A German's Criticism.
"What dignified people you Americana
are!" said a German on a ferryboat from
Staten Island to New York Sunday night.
"I fancy there are STQ persons on this boat,
and probably two-thirds of them can eing.
If you should find that number of Germans
together anywhere on the face of the earth
out for a holiday you would find them
singing. Yet the Germans are no richer
in popular songs or in voices that can sing
them ordinarily well than the Americans.
You are fond of music and your ear catches
an air readily, but you seem afraid to sing
in public places. You don't Me:n to get
any enjoyment out of life, or, if yon do,
you don't show it. It must be bad form in
w York tahcrcv keen enjoyment " w
WHM&HALL WE WEAE?
SEASONABLE STYLES IN DRESS IL
LUSTRATED AND DESCRIBED.
Boattajj, Tennis and Cycling Coilumei
of tho Season of 1890 The Eerfect Fit
ting Combinations and Divided Skirt
Worn with These Outdoor Gowns.
No other ornament.seem3 possible for a
yachting dress than anchora and ropea
and other somewhat heavy sea gear. A
showy boating dress seen was of blue
serge. On one
side a red petticoat
was visible, and
this was embroi
dered with an im
mense anchor, a
life buoy, and a
rope. There was
a red waistcoat to
dress was a check
ed flannel which
had a panel em
broidered with the
flags of the club.
Yet another had
the left side of the
skirt open and
showed a white
ed with narrow
blue lines. One
side of the open
ing was turned
back with white
with the inevit
able anchor. A
smart jacket and
a waistcoat or shirt would be worn with
this dress, 3?he prettiest dress was the
simplest. It was f blue serge, and had a
scroll pattern round the bottom edge of
narrow gold and white braid, and was set
off with a full white vest and no anchors.
The boating dress illustrated in our cut
is of navy blue serge; it is made with a
plain skirt relieved by large pockets
embroidered with silver anchors. The
waistcoat ii embroidered in silver and the
jacket is edged with silver buttons.
Summer Night Dresses.
The fashion of the moment is trimming
underlinen with narrow insertion, through
which baby ribbon is run. The collars
when turned down should reach, to the
shoulders and the wide cuffs almost to the
elbow, being tiod with wider ribbon to
match the narrow at the neck and cuffs.
Theso nightgowns open the entire length
with lace and havo a frill of lace at the
hem. They are generally gathered, at the
waist, so that they look like a full bodice,
but of course without in anyway confining
the figure. Sometimes the cuffs of night
gowns are made straight, turning upward,
with a double hem of silk or batiste of
some positive color joined on to the white
with narrow veining insertion. Occasion
ally tho color is Introduced as small em
broidered florets worked in flax threads.
Very full fallings, with a buttonhole of
color at the edge, are put on almost as full
as the lisse frills on parasols. Nightgowns
are made with pretty outside pockets on
the left breast, and the monogramor'fhi
tials are often placed on a shield shaped
Pink and blue are the favorite colors for
breakfast gowns. Mauve and green ara
more trying shades. White is affected by
those whose complexions aro fresh enough
to stand it. A very pretty pink gown
made of the new crepe cloth was cut rather
low at the throat in a point in front and
finished with a band of gold and a cream
lace ruffle. There were wide, loose sleeves
to the elbow and duplicate sleeves of lacb
from the elbow to the wrist, edged with a
gold band. The waist was encircled by a
gold band. This was a very attractive
gown, and cheap, too. A white spotted
muslin gown was rather more novel, but
not so pretty. There-was a good deal of
embroidery about the neck, with several
rows of green ribbon run in and out of it.
The ribbon fastened in bows in front. The
same idea was applied to the waist. The
gown was further ornamented with a
double cape reaching to the shoulders.
This was trimmed round with Valenciennes
The New Trimmings.
We hear a great deal of the revival of
fringe; but it has not as yet got much hold
in Paris, and we are inclined to think that
it is more talked of than worn in England.
Fino silk guipure and jet work are applied
to a great many different shapes of Bolero
jackets, intended for bodices and mantles.
Sometimes they aro accompanied by high
upstanding collars and short pointed pieces,
forming a species of yoke, with high epau
lets. The Bolero is a little different from
the Figaro, being shallower and rounder,
and for the moment the former is most
worn, but both styles aro fashionable, and
you cannot do wrong in selecting a bodies
trimming of the kind.
Tennis and Cycling Gowns.
Outing fabrics, half wool and half cot
ton, light in weight and attractive in pat
tern and coloring, are much used for
dresses to be worn in the tennis court, on
the bicycle and for general country wear.
A full blouse with English skirt, or a
blazer with shirt waist and round skirt
like the model shown in the illustration,
aro popular ways of making up these
Some ladies prefer the tight fitting or
Norfolk bodice with plain light skirt.
Considerable grace and freedom of limb is
obtained by wearing under these outing
gowns combination garments of fine light
TEKSIS GOWy DrVIDED SSIET.
wool that reduce the weight of the outfiT
to a minimum and obviate all risk of chill,
and the divided Bxirt, that dos away with
the necessity of bulky petticoat. This di
vided sktsft Is qtdta invaluble for boating,
tennis, cycling and all athletic pastimes so
much indulged in by women of the present
Robins Flffht a Crorr.
A. citizen of Belfast, 3Ie.t was awakened
about 4 o'clock tha other morning by a
rtraase noiso, acd ring to the window
sawaVoct thirty rsblcs fighting a crow,
which was trying to S t a robin's nest
m a nearby tree containing am young
birds. The robins finally drove off the
crow. The man went down to the tree and
found 00 young robin on the ground
dead, while twp others were safe in the
nest. Tbfi crow was on a piratical expedi
tion, and- but for tho valiant fight of the
robin would have undoubtedly killed all
the voune.-T?hiUdlnbla. LedsM;
j'j y wM
dm I 1 N 1
ThcExeeLsiorSprlnes, Mo., "Waters.
Are sold only in bottles never in bulk
29 w fri sun-tf
How Sound Waves Are Caught.
Whenever I went into Music nail, at the
exposition, I puzzled myself with theories
about the use to which those six wires,
running across the parquet, from gallery
to gallery, were put. I asked one friend
after another, and each knew as little
about the purpose of the wire as L At
last I went to a musician and he told me.
The wires are there for the purpose of
catching the sound waves from the orches
tra as they go out into the body of the
house, breaking them and scattering them
about the house. If the wires did not in
tercept the waves there would be an echo
from the walls in the front and from the
galleries Interview in St. Louis Globe-
sure cure Preston's "Hed-Ake. n
The total amount paid out in sick beno
flta up to and including June 30 aggre
gated the sum of $12,492.50, or an average
of $35 to each member receiving benefits.
The league has now over 8,000 members
examined and 160 lodges, and is steadily
increasing in membershin
Beech.am's Pills cure bilious and nerv
A Ke-w Trost.
Young Suitor (nervously approaching
the subject) Mr. Bond, your daughter is
just just the very sweetest girl in the
world, and I
Pater (benignantly) And you want me
to make a sort of sugar trust out of you?
Well, take her and be happy! Pittsburg
The wealth of the United Kingdom is so
much greater than that of France that, if
both countries had to fight for existence,
England would be able to spend 400,000,
000 sterling for every 300,000,000 sterling
that France could spend.
If you need medicine it is not safe to de
lay till hot weather. Take Hood's Sarsa
"I should say that armless girl in tha
museum would be safe from marriage
"Because nobody can ask for her
hand." Boston Courier.
Mr. Broadway How did your city
come to be named Boston, Mr. South
church? Mr. Southchurch From the fact that
it is the boss town, I suppose. Yeno-
It cures headache only Preston's ''Hed
Ake." Very Green.
Of all the Rroen things under the sun.
By ollodds the greenest .one
Is the city chap who meanders into the country
and tries to trfve the farmer points on haying.
Yea, verily, be takes the bun.
Miss Prunella Prism When I feel sad
Mr. Faxon Humph! I'd as soon think
of reading u cook book when I felt hun
The schoolma'am seeks vacation's joys,
Her labor being done.
And she who tinned the little boys
Is no v tnnfl hv tn' sun.
Why suffer? Preston's "Hed-Ake" will
One Thing Needful.
Young Farmer I know I'm av perfect
bear in manners, Mary, but r
Mary No, you're . not ; you haven't
hugged me yet. Punch.
The street car horse at every block
The halting summons caught.
Said ho, "These things my feelings shock;
Mine is a Mhoaful lot."
He My dear girl, I'm not quite a fool.
She I didn't say you were quite.
Puuch. Billious complaints, constipation, and
nausea, are relieved and cured by Ayer's
I'uner of bunlifjbt.
Experiments by means of photographic
plates in the Mediterranean sea show that
in the middle of a sunny day in summer
the rays of the sun do not penetrate tho
waters of that sea to a depth of more
than 150 fathoms. In September the dis
tance penetrated is much reduced, the de
pression on the plates at the above depth
not being greater than that made by star
light. St. Louis Republic.
A. Merited Fnnishment.
' A Chicago poet has written an ode to
"Well, tho beast deserves it." New
The loveliest, whitest, clearest "kin and
softest hands produced by CUTICVIIA SOAI.
The Soldier Dead.
France and Germany, with all the ex
perience gained in former wars, had more
"unknown" dead in their last grapple than
either tho Union or Confederate armies.
Napoleon discouraged keeping track of
any of the killed blow captains. "God
will know their names,'" was his way of
ccttinc over it Detroit Free Pres.
Bradvcrotine cured Headaches for Rev.
J. W. Burke, Macon, Ga.
Don't Drink Between Urlnfcs.
Deck of a Scotch steamer. Tourist
Sandy, come and have a glass. Sandy
Thank you, sir. No, sir, I don't drink,
sir in fac' it's too early, sir, an mair
nor that, Tvo had three already, sir.
""vThy does a thief have go many
"Probably on account of hb taking
ways." Chicago Ledger.
He Did you read my poem hist night?
She I began it.
He Interrupted. I suppose?
She No. - -f-
Cures in fifteen minutes: Preston's
Ancient Order of I'aLriclan..
This order H a bneSdal frafcarrisy pay
ing t to 50 weekly sick benftfltis and loam
250 to J2.5CO on its certincat of mciabtr
ship upon an improved and unique plan.
All persons who are eligible J iaafer
ship may join a subordinate Mate by com
plying with the lawful pomnsaod f the
order Br continuing the fciw-sTaeatft i
a"ordance with the law? of the wniar. four
months aftr the member's AiraKion be
will be eautkd to a bcaent of from Jo to
K0 or wk dn-trw oero
Immediate, harmless Preston's Hed
In the aioantadns.
-- rr-.-rrT -u ? XTT
She (commsndinsly) Jack, tie my shoe
Her Adorer (entreatingly) With a love
She (coldly) Yes, with a love not.
"Where are you going this summer,
"I can't go anywhere, Jim. I haven't
got any money."
"Why, I thought you told me you had
expectations from your uncle."
"So I hadj but he would not accept the
collateral I offered him." Boston Courier.
Somethlmp Better Than Half a loot.
Mr. Muldoon Hullo, Pat; I hear yer
workin'. How's that?
Mr. O'Flaherty Yer roigbt. I'm work
in' on half toime down to iht coal yards.
Half a loaf is better'n none.
Mr. Muldoon Mabbe it is. But ye see,
me boy, I'd rather loaf all the toime. Good
day to ye, sor. New York Tribune.
A Cload Bars.
A young man living on Chsmplain street
nas lately been preparing himself physi
cally for a trip to the fax west. Among his
preparations was that of sleeping under a
tree in the garden every night. Saturday
night ho was there as usual, a horse
blanket spread over him to koep oft tha
chill, and he was pursuing the wild Apaeha
in, his dreams when sprue joker threw a
pail of water over him from the alley. In
his sudden awakening the young man ran
against on applo tree and broke his nose,
and he was at police headquarters yester
day to say:
"I want at least four detectives to be put
on this case, end I waat tho Villain run
down if it costs $1.CCO,000. Hero's 8L60 to
start with, ana don't lose any time or try
to economize on money. A roller who will
hit a Bleeping man with a cloud burst must
bo siven a short rope." ChicAjro Tribune.
Wichita Trunk Factory
THE WICHITA OVERALL AM SHIRT MANUEACTUMtfG CO.
JIAMFACTUHERS AMI JOBBFllb OF
Overalls, JeauSjCassimerc and Cottonade Pants; Duck Lined Coats and Veils;
Fancy Flannel and Cotton Overshirts; Canton Flannel
Undershirts, Drawers, lite.
Factory and Salesroom 139 X.Topeka, Wichita. Correspondence Solicited
bui auU 'Iliink.
It Is best to stop and think twice bef or
you judge any one in this world. Several
.women were . once soliciting sub&criptiona
for a charitable institution, when one who
was checking off names asked:
"Have you seen Mr. Blank yet?"
"No," was tho vehement and indignant j
reply, I must say I havo not, nor do I
mean to sec her. I would not ask for a
cent if 1 never got one. She is not only
economical and clo.se, she is positively j
stingy, one says juu uujuui iuiuru to gi e
to churches; she cannot afford to give tu
hospitals, she cannot afford to givo to uuy
Potash for Grape Vines.
The fertilizer chiefly needed for grape
vines is potash. Other manures may make I
a stronger growth of leaf and wood, but
potash is needed in perfecting the fruit
French and other European vine growers
fertilize their vineyards by plowing under
the prumngs. This, if the soil is heavy,
helps to keep the land light and poms,
while the green wood speedily decays and
returns to the soil whatever potash it had
abstracted. But if the land be sandy this
return is not enough. More potash must
bo applied or the fruit will suffer and the
vine itself will have Its vitality weakened.
Christian ar Wcr
ITo other Cigar has Bach a Record as
DRS. TERRILL & PDRDY.
154 HATS ST., "WICHITA, KA
Cures diseases of women heretofore
abandoned by the proffuion. Mich at
fibroid tumor, displacements. n
larsementa. pralapsu,etc, by the u
of electricity, according to the meth
ods elaborated by the great Preach
NKRVOIS DISEASE? Dr. TerHll
wishes to call the attention of thoo
buffering from nervous dicaos, par
alysis, m-r ous prostration, etc., to tin
wonderful curative effect" to b de
rived from "Hpuirit vthen scifu
tiflcally applied, ami ilpfrea to state
that he makes the application of elec
tricity in nerTou dineanes a. hneciAl
feature or bin practice. The doctor
has the finest any diamond carbon
cell battery ever ?eea In the west .it
all the appliances epeHally adapt
to the treatment or lott manhiKxl
or seratnal weakne, which he qnir
ly and permanently euros by the !
CATARRH Every f&pi- of catarrh
is curable If properly treated, rei-ard-lesfaofv-hat
others have U2. Many
caes cured by a single treatment.
1'ILKS. 3-rtula and all rectal dea.e
cared; no Icnife, no pain; a cure guar
anteed. Uretheral Strictures quickly and
permanently cared; no cuulnjr or
pain: no money until enred.
CJIROIC DISEASES Bronchltte,
aatbma, hay fever, all throat and Jung
trouble, skin eruptions, rbeaza&tUm,
dropsy, Erlght's dteee. bladder
kidney and urinary disease, blooa
poliion and private dlues
SYPHILID The dread die4 of
mankind, juirkJy and pena&aetttly
ejt red, by the new treatment, without
the pokonoufe drugs of day goao by.
Medicine seat u all jtmria at the
country. rnd far queetloa mask.
J. H. TERRILL ,31 D
Appreciates the very lib
eral patronage of the good
people of "Wichita and vicin
ity for the month just past,
and propose to have
FOR TOE MONTH OF AOCDST.
If you have bought of the
"Arcade," you will come
again. If you have not, try
them once and be convinced.
139 North Main Stj;
IS'ow that the traveling Boason Is
hero those in need of a good trunk or
valise should not fail to go to tho fac
tory. Wo aro headquarters. Buy
from llivs t hands and pet factory
prices. "Wo have marked them down
lower than they can bo shipped Jn
for, and aro making many now styles
iu ladies' aud aronts" dreua trunks. Wo
uho curry a Hue lino of Butcliols.
pocket and bill books, samplo and
medical cases, also lunch baskets and
soon. Our stock is complete. If your
trunk or vnlice is out of order haTo
it repaired at tho "Wichita Trunk
Factory, IS'o. 125 West Douglas Aor.
H. HObSFHJLD, Proprietor
tie emperor of (. mua meep uu ikh oc
(1 wood magnificently inlaid with
and ivory It id wild conceraiiiK th
)to c2nrt that the ntrlctuat ohaervancti
tiquce extends even to tha parents cf
monarch, who on visiting thedr son
re not omit to bend the kno while tho
.wrr brother of hi celestial majesty it
rt u obxervam-t m uo less rigid.
FOR renovating tha
entire syjtem, eliminating
all Poisons from tk Blood,
whether of scrofulous or
malarial origin, this Prep
aration has no equaL . .
u Fsr tighten mentht I had a
eatirtp tar en my ttngu. fva
trtattd iy lit fatal fkyiUiaitt,
but oitatntd ru) rtlUf; ths tort
gradually grntr writ. I Jin ally
lati S. S. S and pat intlrtly
cured afttr using afw biilUiP
C. B. McLemobe.
TREATISE en Blood aad Slda
JL DUesie nul'sd lita.
Tms Swtrr Srxcirc Co
Surcreoi, Oculistand Aurist
154 MAI.V ST., WICHITA, KAX,
The doctor givca special attention
to tha treatment of all disease or tho
EYE, Including the scientific adjust
ment of glasfte U correct Imperfect
ATARACT Teraored and Bight ro--tojtd
to many who bare boon totally
ROSS EYES straightened In one
.hOKKEYRS cured without the usa
f ranHtwor other harmful agents.
AHTI PICI ALE Y Eh carefully bcIccU
et and applied.
DKAPXIta!?- ATI curable cases of
3fne promptly t-ured.
. j,ArtfKb -Only thoeTr ho have had.
i :.oroga training should attempt
ui giaMe. lest they do the patient
"f hmrm than good. 3faay caaes of
. rtonanea. irritability, lnom Ina,
Headache, vrtlgo and iM-emlng atn
fiitty in children are due to defective
vtMioa ad are removed at once by tho
application f ;rter g!.v.
Doctor J'nrdy has achieved a auc
rena little 1mm i I an pbenotninal a a
general norgt'ou. treating with great
fttcematf de(rin;tie, dob foot, curva
ture or the tpme, hip Joint d!ea.
vrbite swelling. dlesiM? of the bone,
cancer, nicer, taioorv, old gorca, hair
lit, racial bleMBefe, akin and blood
dlneise. etc. ypklle absolutely
cured. Doctor Purdy -sraa late pro
fer of aurgery la the Wichita Siedi
cal College aad surgeon to fit. Prancia
Hospital, having relinquished the
above piUoa4 ta order todetoie hla
entire time to hie peia)UN.
. li. bttporSuotta hair, facial blem
fathea. m4ea, el removed by elec
tricky. Crrep48cnae solicited.
. P. PtrilDY, 31. V.