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HONOR DEMANDS IT
SPAIN 'TAEE3 HER WARLIKE MOOD
Her Leading Men and Statesmen Know
"What War "Would Mean and Admit
triielr Hopeless Case in Such Event,
Though They Hate Undo Fair's Inter.
Terence in Cuba as Much, as tuo Kabble
"IVho TMnk That Because They Licked
Xapolcou Once They arc a Great Mili
tary Power Spanish and Cuban "ews.
London. Eng-., April 4. Mr. Hobart
Chatfield-Taylor of Chicago, who sailed
for America today, only recently arriv
ed in London after a -winter's sojourn n
pain, gave his impression of the political
and social life irrthat country to a rep
resentative of the Associated Press.
Burins his stay in Spain Mr. Chat-field-Taylor
had ample opportunity of
ascertaining the feeling which animates
the inner circles of the g-overnment to
wards the United States. He had an
audience of the queen regent, was given
an opportunity of conversing with the
prominent statesmen and by virtue of
his acquaintance with the Infanta Eula
lie, was everywhere received and enter
tamed by Spanish families of the high
est social distinction.
"There is one thing that the Ameri
cans don't seem to understand," said
Mr. Chatfield-Taylor. "and that is the
thoroughly earnest manner in which
the Spaniards would regard a war with
the United States. They would re
gard) it in the light of a fatality. Once
hegun, they would enter upon it in a
thoroughly whole-souled manner. In
spite of all the reverses which, as a
nation, they have experienced, the old
national pride is far from being extinct.
Then, too, the mass of the people re
gard their nation as more than a mili
tary match for America.
THEY LICKED OLD NAP.
"They argue that, having conquered
Napoleon, they are a mighty military
power. The feeling among them is also
almost universal that the Americans are
actuated by a purely commercial spirit;
that if Wall street should find war im
minent and a heavy drop in stocks the
inevitable result, all thought of strife
would at once be abandoned. Even
Spaniards who have lived in America
are not afraid of war. One of these,
who had been in the diplomatic service
at "Washington, said to me, 'We have
nothing to lose by a war with your coun
try. "We have everything to gain.'
"There is also a great deal of refer
ence made to the comparative military
iFtrength of the two countries. The
Spaniards say, 'We have 350,000 effec
tive troops in Cuba alone, whereas 'he
American army numbers but 25,000.'
"The feeling against American inter
ference in Cuban affairs is most intense
and bitter. The consensus of opinion
Jt that Cuba will be subdued. All classes
are united in this conviction. It is a
matter of sentiment with them, and
hey will dev:id Cuba to their last drop
of blood. I
"Of course this feeling regarding war
only pertains to the masses of the peo
ple. The acrual statesman understand
what war wouVl mean and its conse
quences. In any event, if war were
declared, the government would prob
ably be forced to accept it by popular
A SPANISH REPUBLICAN.
Asked for the personality of some of
the leading statesmen, Mr. Chatfield
Taylor instanced Enulio Castilar. at
cne time president of the Spanish re
"I deem hrm the most sincere of her
statesmen. Being a republican, he has
neer has never tet foot inside the
palace, yt he has accepted the mon
archy as necessary for the best interests
of Spain, but only because -the mon
vhy has granted religious and uolitical
Xbert'y. His patriotism snows itself m
everything. Kis manner of speaking
fin wonderfully earnest He spoke to me
with biitt-rncss of the American atti
tudfi towards Cuba, his face coloring
"How is it possible," he said, "that
.the United Ltates should be so ungrate
ful to the land which gave it birth,
pain Is the mother of America, and this
33 the base ingratitude of her child. You
dnn't know us: you don't understand
us. Ye have more liberty than Eng
land. What did we do in Spain a: the
tume of 'the republic? We declared uni
versal suffrage, religious and political
freedom -and manumitted the slaves of
Cuba. It is a shame that the people of
America should oall us cruel and unen
lightened. Spain will fight for Cuba
-.mtll the lat drop of blood is spilled.
Ier honor demancs it."
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SI'AIX CAN STANrQ AWIIOr,i: LOT
JJnt She Will ver ubiuit to Humiliation
if Shn Knunrj It.
New York. April 4. A special to the
World from Madrid says: The holy
.week religious festivities and the ap"
proach of rhe general elections of depu
ties, which takes place April 11. cast
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Nine out of ten women are troubled
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Does Leslie Bush, Asst. School
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Territory of Oklahoma, )
County of Logan.
Feb. 13, 1S96.
Personally appeared before me, Wm.
Elincoe, a notary public, in and for
said county, on the above date, Leslie
Bush, who first being duly sworn de
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Subscribed and sworn to before me
this 13th day of February, 1896.
(Seal.) WAI. BLINCOE.
My commission expires August 24th,
Nothing is impossible. A few weeks
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Cuban affairs in the background. But re
cent telegrams from Washington arous
ed considerable Interest in nil classes
and provoked angry comments from
the press of all parties upon Mr. Hill's
speech. The leading newspapers persist
3n affecting to consider the Cuban in
surgents merely brigands, incendiaries
and adventurers and not deserving the
sympathy, of any civilized people, but
the sternest and swiftest chastisement
possible. Their wraith has been increas
ed by 'the latest telegrams from General
Weyler, reporting fresh raids, accom
panied by outrages and the burning of
plantations "by rebels in allvana, Pinar
del Rio and Matanzas provinces, which
obliged him 'to place strong guards to
protect most of the plantalons. Even
with this protection, not more than one-
sixth of the usual regular crop will be
El Liberal accuses the American con
gress of systematic hostility towards
Spain, closing its article thus:
"Whatever happens, we shall remain
calm, determined not to allow ourselves
to be trampled upon with impunity. The
only thing we insist upon our govern
ment doing is to take care how it acts if,
as seems probable, the American con
gress comes to a decision contrary to
justice and reason and leaves the solu
tion of the problem to President Cleve
land. "One can submit to forcible aggress
ion after resisting and fighting to the
last extremity, but Spain will never sub
mit willingly to humiliation."
A special to rhe World from Havana
says: "Minister de Lome has cabled
from Washington a complimen'tary let
ter of thanks to the "battalion of volun
teers, known as Ligeros (light) for ap
pointing him honorary colonel. He in
forms them, that he will join theln if
foreign foes assail his country.
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Price fifty cents and $1.00 per bottle at
Geo. Van Werden's Pharmacy, 32S N.
Main St., and G. Gehring's drug store,
northeast corner Topeka and Douglas
BERMUDA WAS ALL RIGHT
bhe had Unloaded Her Cuban Carco Be
fore she tour lied Honduras.
Puerto Oortez, Honduras, via Galves
ton, Tex., April 4. In relation to the
Bermuda affair, it is said that the gov
ernment of Honduras seized some cart
ridges only, there being no Intention of
retaining possession of the steamship.
Consequently the incident is regarded as
having been greatly overrated from an
New York, April 4. SecreSary Ques
ada of the Cuban junta states that he
has positive and authentic information
of the successful landing of the cargo of
the Burmuda on the eastern part of
Cuba on March 29. It is inferred that
the Bermuda went to the coast of Hon
duras after discharging her war sup
plies in Cuba, The seizure of a small
quantity of cartridges on the Bermuda
and the failure of the Honduras officials
to even attempt to retain possession of
the steamer diverts the inciJent of much
of its interest or significaace.
WOnSE THAN riKST IlKrORTKD
Spanish follow Up a Victory With Another
aHvana. April 4. The engagement of
the forces of Colonel Pavia with rhe In
surgents under the command of Leader
LaCret a.t the plantation of Cant&bria,
is regarded by the Spanish officials as
being of greater importance than indi
cated by hrst reports. The insurgents
are reported to have become compitely
demoralised as a result of the a.ctark
mad upon them by Colonel Pa.via, and
Loader LaCret has not yet been able to
briny the remnants of his band togeth
er again. The loss of the insurgents
must have been At least 300 in killed
alone, for the croons found larsr r.T:
of bodies 'which had not been, bur.ed.
owing- to too hurried retreat.
Cotonel V&squez has been engaged
with the insurgents under Rego, at Y:ta,
where two iiKursretits wr vn'.i a t
San Bias, providence of Santa Clara. '
nrc 7 cw.agrcu owa or M, ar;er
four hours fighting- the iasurgmts re
treated with a- kSd of thirty-one killed
and leaving three -round mnd mvo
boxes of nmrminctfcm behind them. Th
troops had me lieutenant and sevett
Coiooel Lara at the plantation of Pai
maryo intbe Cienfueos district has had
a light wtth an insuresent band. Th
iauer lost seven killed and retired with
ntcnersnts wounded. Included inniv
The latter was Hunoz. the insarwni
FALLING IN A HEAP
DISASTERS OVERTAKE EIDERS OF
THE 00EA1T HUNT OLUB.
George Gonld lias a Karrovr Escape From
Vesith Attended With Considerable
Asony Followed by Being Dragged Oat
from Under Something Xess Than a
Ton of Horseflesh Two Others In the
Chase fc'ntTcr Various Uralses, Sprains
ami utglocatlous Story of a Stiff Fence,
a Stumble and an qalne Somersaalt.
2Cew York, April 4.The "World tomor
row morning will publish an account of
yesterday's disasters on the field of the
Ocean Hunt club, at Greenville. George
Gould had a narrow escape from pro
bable death. Dr. C. C. Lindley, master
of the hunt, suffered a dislocated shoul
der, and "Willie Dwyer is nursing a
badly sprained arm.
"Willie Dwyer came to grief at a hurdle
early in the chase. At the end of the
second two miles, when Mr. Gold and
ilr. Lindley were far ahead, a stiff
fence loomed up before them. Dr. Lind
ley took it first His horse, Shamrock,
stumbled on the rail, and turning a com
plete somersault, came down In a heap
on his back and lay there. Mr. Gould,
who was four lengths behind, steadied
Turk, and tried what is known as the
double jump, but even as Turk rose at
the obstacle, the horse's feet slipped.
Mr. Gould fell out of the saddle, head
foremost, over the horse's head. He
saw the body of the horse falling upon
him and struggled blindly out of reach
as Turk struck the ground half a foot
clear of him. Dr. Lindley, although
Injured, struggled to his feet, and ran to
Mr. Gould's assistance, where he lay
stunned and motionless. Then one by
one the stragglers came up. Dr. Lind
leys shoulder, which was diclocated,
was wrenched into place. Meantime
Mr. oGuld slowly struggled back to con
sciousness. It was found that his hip
was sprained. The Injured men were
'taken to Lakewood as soon as a car
riage could be procured.
Mr. Gould returned to this city to
night. His secretary said he was suf
fering a sprain and shock, but expected
to be about in a few days.
MARCH, AritlL, 3XAY.
"Weak 2crve, Poor Digestion! Impure
Klood, Depressed bplrlts.
The sun has just crossed the equator
on its yearly trip north. The real equa
tor is shifted toward the north nearly
eighteen miles every day. "With the
return of the sun comes the bodily ills
peculiar to spring. "With one person
the nerves are weak; another person
digestion poor; with others the blood is
out of order; and still others have de
pressed spirits and tired feelings.
All these things are especially true
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Ought to be a Swift One.
Boston, April 4. In the breeding estab
lishment of J. Malcomb Forbes in Milton,
Mass., there came Into the world yester
day a brown filly which by birthright
should make the fastest trotting mare in
The parents of this little filly are Xancy
Hanks, with a record of 2:M, and the of
ficially famous stallion Arion, 2:CfT?i. This
Is a combination which Qlr. Forbes has
sought for a. long time, and wldch was
the end ho bad in view when he ac
quired Nancy Hanks and Arion over a
Dr. Osgood, of tho Harvard Veterinary
school atended the great aiNncy official
ly. His report to the anxious owner last
night was conveyed in the regulation
phrase "both mother and child doing
Played by Ives and Schaefer.
New York, April 4. The last game of
the New York series of the International
billiard tournament was played at the
Garden concert hall tonight. The con
testants we-a Frank C. Ives and Jake
Schaefer. The second meeting of these
well-known experts at the new lS-inch
game attracted even a. larger crowd of
spectators than that which witnessed their
first game, last "Wednesday. Out of the
five games last week Ives won. 3 and
Schaefer 2, while Gamier lost 4. There
was Just a possibility that tho Americans
would tie tonisht, but there were very
few who thought that Schaefer would be
able to beat the young Napoleon and se
cure a tie. Ives, In his wonderful form
during the week.havin g made 1.S0O points
in four innings, was a decided favorite.
Alfred d'Oro, the world's champion pool
expert, was the referee,
Ives gathered In C3 in tho thirteenth in
ning, thus leaving Jake 153 points behind.
Tho Chicago man. then began a magnifi
cent run. He soon sot perfect control of
the ivories and when he had gathered ICO
the cheers which greeted him were deaf
ening. At 150 tho applause was renewed.
With his 105th shot he tied the score and
did not quit until he bad gathered in ITS
points, musing a three-cushion carom.
This was indeed a lucky thirteenth for
Schaefer, and be received an ovation.
Tho score then stood Ives, 2t37; Schaefer,
275. Neither man scored in the following
Ives soon reduced the slight lead which
Schaefer held and ran up a fine bunch of
8. Schaefer then- made another wonder
ful run, adding 159 to his string.
In the last inning Schaefer required just
47 points to finish the game and he got
them In an unfinished run, beating Ives
This makes a tie between Ives and
Schaefer, which will bo played off In Chi
cago next month. The second series will
open in Boston on April 13. Summary:
Ives tt. a 11. 123. 34. 1. 9. 2, 0. 0, 0. 0, 3J. 0.
S3. 0, 4. ST. 34, 79-S3i; highest run 1?; aver
Schaefer 1. 7, 3. 4. 0. 34. 2S, L 22, 0. 2. 0.
17$. 0. 150, S. 74, 4. 20, 47-600; highest run, 176;
Good Itorscs Iturned at RnfTalo.
Buffalo, N. Y., April 4. The stables of
the Buffalo Driving park were destroyed
by fire tonight, and with them were burn
ed some twenty valuable horses, which
were there in training under Alonzo Mc
Donald for the coming season's trotting.
Seventeen Worses are known to have been
burned, and it is thought that the loss will
exceed that nromber. Among them were
several valuable animals. Especially El
len S. 2:Ui), who was valued at SlaO"X
The total loss will exceed SSO.000. The
origin of the fire Is not known.
Spirit li;e .Man yvins Ajraln.
Chicago. April 4. In the match for the
Dupont championship trophy at 1(0 live
birds. F. S Gilbert of Sp;nt Lake. Iowa,
dafeo-tei I. W Buid of Pecibertoa. N. J.,
by a score of 92 to 74.
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CITY IX UICIEF.
'Miss Annie McMillan of Beloit, Kan.,
is visiting Mrs. Lewis Ward.
John Watt of Newton was in the city
last nhjht to hear Prof. Blake's lecture.
Dr. Emerson of Wlnfield spent yester
day in 'the city, the guest of Dr. Old
ham. Rev. C. S. Nusbaum will conduct the
services at the Y. 3L C. A. this after
noon. Mr. and Mrs. Will Ewins from San
Antonio, Tex., are visiting Mrs. S. W.
Mrs. L. D. Westgate has returned
from a pleasant visit with friends in
Jim Nicholson came down from New
ton last night to learn the mysteries of
the X rays as given by Prof Blake
A party of .wheelmen will go to Win
field today on their bicycles. They may
return on the cars, but this is a secret.
Mr. Phil H. Knowlton, editor of the
Newton Kansan, came in last evening
to hear Prof. Blake lecture on the X
The Ladles' Aid society of the First
Presbyterian church -wish to thank Mr.
J. J. McNamara & Co., for the Easter
lilies sent them.
The 100 lilies that were used to decor
ate Mr. J. J. iMcNamara's store for his
Easter opening were distributed among
the different churches In the city for
their Easter display.
Frank Miexsell and Charles Hunter,
two of Wellington's most promising
young men. came in last night on their
wheels, having made the entire distance
in two and a half hours.
The funeral of Harry Tuller will be
held today from the First M. E. church
on Lawrence avenue at 4 o'clock. The
services will be conducted by Rev. Don
S. Colt and Rev. Beach. Friends in
vited. Rev. M. E. Flannigan of Augusta
spent one day last week in the city very
pleasantly, visiting his friends. He
say3 the Wichita people treated him
most royally during the conference, and
he has nothing but praises for their hos
pitality. Maybe you think Wichita Isn't reach
ing out for 'trade. Yesterday Barnes &
Nowcomb sold a Steinway grand piano
to a cash purchaser from one of the
good towns In Missouri. People, all
over, tJhe learning that they can get the
best of everything wanted, in Wichita.
Charley Wilson, the engineer at the
City building, was taken suddenly ill
Friday, morning with something like
spinal meningitis, and for a time was
in a very critical condition. He Is un
able to be taken home and is in the city
building where he will be glad to meet
(Mrs. Lehmann of North Lawrence
avenue entertained a number of young
ladies Thursday afternoon. Those pres
ent were: Misses Nellie Hupp, Fannie
Letwis, "Mabel Ayer, Emma Potts, Grace
McAdams, Blanche Chandler, Ahbie
Potts, Miss Thompson, Beryl Lehmann,
Aqullla Hettinger, eHlen Carpenter.
The seventeenth annual reunion of
the Scottish Rite will be held in the
Valley of Wichita on April 6, 7, 8 and 9
at their cathedral In this city. A large
class will take the degrees of the Rite
this spring. All preparations have
been made to confer the degrees with
the usual elegance and splendor for
which Wichita consistory is noted. A
cordial invitation is extended to all
members to attend.
(Miss Jessie Lewelling entertained the
Conversazione most delightfully on
Wednesday. The parlors of the Piazza
were prettily decorated iwith cut flowers
for the occasion, and a dainty lunch
was served by waiters from the dining
room. The guests were: Mrs. T. G.
Smythe, Mrs. Reynolds, Mrs. Lewp'"npr
Mrs Arthi)- T'-'V -td Mrs. Brown.
The club meo.s i. t Wednesday with
Mrs. Reuben 'Roys. Subject, "Kansas
. We were shown yesterday some of the
soap made from corn oil, as spoken of
In Friday morning's Eagle. It makes a
delightful, creamy lather In either hard
or soft water and leaves the hands very
soft and smooth. We should think It
was far superior to the common cocanut
oil soapnd being made from an Ameri
can product ought to have a wide sale.
We understand the Yucca company of
this city are turning it out In large
quantities to retail at 5 cents a. cake.
The funeral of the late Harry Fuller,
which will take place from the First M.
E. church at 4 o'clock this (Sunday) af
ternoon, and the Interment in Maple
Grove cemetery immediately after, will
ehd all that Is mortal of one of nature's
young noblemen. Harry Fuller was a
model young man; upright and manly
in all his dealings, kindly and consider
ate in his intercourse with his fellow-
men, and a tender and attentive hus
band and father. May an eternity of
bliss be his portion.
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TILE EASTERTIDE YICTOKY.
The following Easter poem was writ
ten yesterday by J. S. Jennings of this
Hail rhe glatl morn of the Christ that was
All ban, to His Spirit immortal.
The first to arise as King to the skies,
RenK7viES' uho gloom from death's portaL
Our voices we raise, with Easter mom
Crying'. "Hail to tbo Spirit ascanding!"
To the joys of His love, to the Father
To that life wkh. its glories unending.
Praise God who hath won thro the gift
Praise Hun for the souls that He's win-
For the Spirit that wins, from sorrows
To the life that was in the beginning.
In tho spirit of song may our voices be
In tho fullness of life's resurrection;
And ever abide from this Baster-tide,
'Neath the wings of His loving pro
tection. All hail, ye oppressed!
With Him ye shall
Your bonds and your
His voice from the tomb, disperses
The wxirds "life immortal" are spoken.
Behold, He rejoices; then lift up your
The King from His kingdom is speak
ing: He bids you arise, and mount up to the
Immortality you have been seeking.
Put on your best robe, brd adieu to this
Have your lamps all trimmed and burn
ing Go ye out to meet Him go ye out to greet
"When you see the Bridegroom return-
(Special Easter services at St, John's
Episcopal church will be conducted by
Rev. C. Rowland Hill, from the Cathe
dral at Topeka. Early communion ser
vice at S a. m, Sunday school at 9:30 a,
m. Morning service and sermon at 11 a.
m. Evening- service a't 7:30. Public cor
Easter program at the St, John's
Episcopal church morning service:
Prelude Organ Patlste
Processional Glory and Honor un
to The Haydn
Lord's Prayer Chant Anon
"Christ our Passover" Old Chant
1 Gloria, Chant Mendelssohn
2 Gloria from Mozart's 12th Mast..
Gloria InExcelsis Black
Grand Festival Te Deum Ward
Hymn Christ the Lord is Risen
Gloria Tibl Warren
Hymn The Day of Resurrection.. Tours
Gloria after Sermon Chant... Bethoven
Offertory Solo "Salve iRegina,",...Buck
Postlude Organ Gounod
Communion Service in D Major...
The quartette will consist of Miss
Monte Dunbar, soprano; Mrs. E. C.
Keck, contralto; Casper Haynes, tenor;
Harry MoClung, toaritone.
In the evening !the vested choir of
forty voices will render a festival
Easter progrom. Among other numbers
will be Bruce Priddy's "Glorai" by the
dhoir, and a solo by Miss Grace Hatton.
The offertory, an aria from Elijah, will
be sung by Mrs. George aHmmann. The
following is the program :
Processional Christ, the Lord
has Risen Today Shelley
Lord's Prayer Chant
Gloria in Excelsis Wilkinson
Magnlflca't W. B. Goate
Nnte Dimlttfs W. B. Goate
Coral Jesus Christ is Risen To
Gloria Bruce Priddy
Easter Offortory....Mrs Geo. Hammann
Carol Christ Is Risen Wilson
Recessional O God of God, O
Light of Light Jeffery
The following program will be render
ed at the Plymouth Congregational
church Easter Sunday by the double
quartette, composed of Mrs. Howarth
Beaumont and Mrs. H. W. Darling, so
prano; 3Irs. E. G. Robertson and Mrs,
Henry Wilson, alto; Mr. House of King
fisher and Mr. Arthur Marsh, tenor; Mr.
C. H. Searaans and Mr. Charles Pier
font, "bass; Miss Gertrude Calhoun,
Gloria .Mozart 12 Mass
Christ Our Passion... ..Schilling
Oertory Christ Our Victor
By C. H. Seaman
Festival Te Deum Dudley Buck
Christ, the Lord Is Risen Butler
The Rising God Forsakes the
Solo By Prof. House of Kingfisher
Oh Dawn so Fair GifO
Eter services at the Cathedral
First, Low mass 6 a. m.; second Low
mass S a. m.; eolmen Pontlflcial High
mass 10:30; Celebrant RC Rev. John J.
Heneessy, D. D., sermon by Rev. J. H.
Tfhen. Papal benediction after the
mass. Address by the RL Rv. Bishop.
Bendiction of the Blessed Sacrament.
The following musical numbers will be
rendered at 10:30:
"Regina Coeu" , Lambtllotte
Acnus Dei .....Roswlg
"Praise Ye the Father".......... Gounod
PERSONNEL OF THE CHOIR.
Mi?3 G. Costello. Oondutor
Miss D. Lynch ........ Organist
Prof. C. H. Blume Violin
H. H. Bradfield.... Flute
J. H, Bre'tensteln Trombone
Miss Tymmons. Mis3 C. Haaalhal, Mia
M. Sherue. Miss L. Hannibal, Messrs F.
Higrrrns. C J. Tosch. M. Daly. C. Acker
man, J. H. Tucker and F. V.'illiamson.
Mu3e of Uirftariaii church service at
the CrawCord Grand opera house. Sun
day evening, April 5, 15G3:
Asthern "Ring. Easter Belli"....
Arabn "HeraJd Asgels Slaci..
Solo -Coasider tfce UHm" TopttC
Offertory -God Is Lot-
3Ctas Anderson and Mr. Wjate.
Unity Cka?ei (Unitarian) XorfJi Law-
-ence ftrvmie. toeMreaa First and 3c-
nd A gpedfii srrW -win be hM by
the Sunday STfjor.! ax i o'rfoefc a. an.
The znoraisBr ervU will tU o'clock
usual In tn evnbajr the scrvfe -vUl
-e held ia The Cram-fori Graarf aad win
' appTprt: to YaMtt. Mr Vafl wHl
. --.v!i a rnwn oa TW Li?, Death
-.i Rorr-toii of J - " As a r-
j It Mr Vail wta f- - - 31 to ate
:k oa T Latest Mat, Wi, ekOsmm
- IsamTiaL;? in SuorpUW ef
j-tvf " A.I - tr'man
Brwra M"-r-"a; R-f-id "harCh
-- raw e 9. '..- T'rj ir,u an
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ha prism -.'- r- ; a aa.
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Castoria is Dr. Samuel Pitcher's prescription for Infants
and Cliildren. It contains neither Opium, Hlorphinc nor
other Xarcotic substance. It is a harmless substitute
for Paregoric, Drops, Soothing: Syrups, and Castor Oil.
It is Pleasant. Its jruarantco is thirty years' uso by
SliUions of Mothers. Castoria destroys "Worms and allays
feverisliness. Castoria prevents vomiting: Sour Curd,
cures Diarrhoea and "Wind Colie. Castoria relieves
teething- troubles, cures constipation and flatulency.
Castoria assimilates tho food, regulates tho stomach,
and bowels, giving- healthy and natural sleep. Cas
toria is tho Children's Panacea tho Mother's Friend.
" Castoria is an excellent medicine for chil
dren. Mothers have repeatedly loid sue of its
good ccct upon their children."
Dk. C. C Osgood,
" Castoria is the best reaedy for children of
which I aa acquainted. I hope the day is not
far distant when mothers will consider the
real interest of their children, and use Castoria
instead of the various quack nostrums which
are destroying their loved ones, by forcing
opium, morphine, soothing syrup and other
hurtful agents down thttr throats, thereby
scsding taesi to premature graves."
Dx. J. F. Kixcnsion,
Conway, Art. 1
Tho Centaur Company, 77
The Terrill-Purdy Medical and Surgical
Institute &Eye & Ear Infirmary.
15S North Main stret. "Wirhltw, Ktm.
After a personal examination, If your
case is a curable one we give you a -written
guarantee of a cure or no pay.
ELISCTRICITr The only true ElfcUr of
Life Dr. Terrill is tho great Elec ro
Therapoutlst of the Southwest. The loc
tor has had private Instructions in Klec-tro-Therapoutica
trom A. D. RockwolJ,
Morton, Cloves and Walto of New York.
a.ad Martin of Chicago. Thwse professors
are tho greatest Electro-Therapeutists of
the world. Our batteries are tho llnest
ESPECIAL ATTENTION GIVEN TO
SURGERY IN ALL ITS BRANCHES.
DISEASES OF WOMEN Dr. Terrl'l
has made Diseases of "Women a specialty
for twer.ty years, and by the aid of Elec
tricity he 13 enablvd to guarantee a euro
or no nay.
I T .
C Co .
VARICOCELE Our method la new and original with Dr. 2urdy.
cure jruaranteed without knife or cutting.
EYE AND EAR DEPARTMENT. In chargo of D. Purdy, tho
T Y'OUNG AND MIDDLE-AGED ME. A Sure Cure-Th awful effect of early
vice, whlc hbrlngs organic weakness, destroying both mind and body, permanently
cured. "Wo guarantee a euro or no pay.
L03T MANHOOD Seminal Weakness and Impotency cured. Weak and rail
ing powers positively restored.
All Nervous Diseases positively cured by the eolen-tlflo application of electric
ity. SKIN DISEASE All klnda cured where others have failed.
RHEl'MATISM positively cured by the aid of electricity.
PILES, FISTULA and all RfcCta.1 Diseases cured; no knife; so pain; a cur
URETHRAL STRICTURE quickly and permanently cured by electroyslf. No
cutting; no pain; no money until cured.
HEART DISEASE Dropsy. Epilepsy, Dyspepsia, Dteca'e of the Llyer, Srof
ula and Blood Po:tHn successfully treated, and all dlneajws of tho Kidney and
Urinary Organs. Microscopical examination of the urine trtn.
SYPHILLIS. The dread disease of mankind quickly and permanently cured by
our new treatment; no mercury.
Our book on Chronic Diseases ent free on application. Everybody should re&4
It. "We treat all Chronic and SurgVal casa. Pend for queatlon blank.
all whom the pastor hia confirmed dur
ing th present postonue. Hunday
school at 10 a. m. Y P. S C E t 7 p
m- T.vtryt :. iyvelcom
O.itral Baptist church. eoro-T of
Douglas and Cleveland avenue Regu
lar preaching services at 10;3Q a. m. and
7:30 p. m., L. -A- Ilall. pastor. Subject
morning pennon: "Chrtet'a Resurrec
tion: the Standing Historical Fact and
Miracle of Christianity." Eveninff
theme: "The Resurrection Life o' the
Chruch." Sunday &chroi at 12 m. Jun
ior Union at 3 p. m. B. Y. P. U. nt 6 10
p. m. Communion after morning sermon-
The FIrs-t Baptist church will hoi
regular services la the Y. M. C. A. au
ditorium on Eaater Sunday. Preach" -war
at 11 a. m., and 7 JO p. m., 07 the paster,
Rn. C 1L "Wareham. Sunday school nZ
100 a. m., J. F. Shearman, supexlnretv
de&i. B. Y. P. U. at 6 JO p. m.
Christian. Science Ferrlce tn FV?ehr
block. 112 Vz Second treX, at fje
usual hoar, 10 M n. m. Tenttai'sy mol
ing Friday wn!nr at 126. l ar ir-
vlted to Yheae nrvpetlng-s. Reading mom
open dairy from 1 p. m. p. ra., except
Sunday and Monday.
Meeting Sunday at th Da"card Fair
mount metlrg hote at 11 o'cloek. br
the Rev. ISranellet Brown of Oard-a
Plain. All are Invited to bwer Co rector.
COMING LOCAL. t'.VKXTB.
Th Cooking club
Tfeurcdey ax Mtx.
wfij race: this
B. XL Ccomfceira,
Ladles' Aid society. No. 4 win rnet
to regular : 1 ton a. CttrtMA feall oa
Moad&y. AprU 6, al 7 M.
The Mttstaal dab -win give as eaier-
ta&uacat 8& Fatmoaat ooSe MttnV&x
eveauw-. April 5. J3K, ior the bmeSts. of
The VT. R. C Xo. . -srin S9et ta reg
Ur s'm(m. April 7. 1IK. at -. ta
Gr3eM VaJL Mcrx hrteg eooftttoax
l or Us ekstfcra dteser.
The regal? nwnthty TMTtn of ttec
CoaMwerctoJ cltth win take plac mext
MmtAmr ewaJns. Brory
iwstd So be prmtan.
Spec!! cauumrnksMtUm of fcmStrwer
Lodipe No. M. A.. F. aad A- M-, Mmmimr
erenjir. April , at 7.m Work ta Tfcfett
drre. TMwi weftoaai.
RndM- afttng f Oore ?Vt Mo.
X. Twrii ewtttez. Apr! 7 All mmm
br j rwtowKed to 0 pr?. w
there wW b tacrtan: bu.n-n to X
Jbasnter aMHKfiax C I- 7 jtmi CtarpMr
3x 71. Q. X A. a UMmmi teO. orar
of Vfrmt mmA Mote. Twoltjr eeotn.
April T.fii o'clock sftuar. Grme WiUGc-
ptj-at soeuss .f cajt iurrn
"Castoria is so well adapted to children that
I recommend it as superior to any prescription
kuown to inc."
H. A. AacnxK, M. D.,
Hi So. Oxtord St., Brooklyn, N. Y.
" Our physicians in the children" depart
rncnt hac spoken highly of their expert
ence in their outside practice with Castoria.
and although vre only have among our
medical supplies what is known as regular
products, yet we are free to confess that the
merits of Castoria has won us to look wit&
favor upon it."
Exited IIosrrrjLX. asto DtsrESSAKT,
Aujgt C Sinrn, Pres.
Murray Street, New York City.
(Established In "Wichita in 1SSS.)
Suits, Overalls, Jumpers,
Cottonade & Jeans Pants,
Manufactured and eold at "Wholesale.
Removed to 71S East Douglas Avenue.
Garments made to measure at lam
est price? from the Bt to the Cheap
est. Satisfaction guaranteed In every
roapeot. Benefit yourself by patroniz
ing home Industry. Call and examine
goods and get prices.
Catarrh Curnt In 60 to 00 D7.
TM c-r rpre9entes the instrument
use i in IL xamirauon of Catarrh and
all No ni'l Throat Troubles It en
able tho drror to ahow hts patient th
condition of the affected parts.
5210 S3 PER DAY
B. L JEATOX. Trop.
ClreK Xo. U. Ladta of th" G. A- R,
Tttoaday. April 7. 1. at 2M p. nt la
Sooa of Horssaa hail, paraer of Mala
aad Wator etrets.
KafcrirU Ttwpiar aa5aoa! AM rn5ra
bn o Mt- OUret &aMnaadory are re
ipMoted U i Qie iffem at 10
o'clock this wumOaz o attend ohorch
KrtVwi . Jmh loteopal ohorch.
By order Thomu IL QriSOM. Bsa
IMnK Brat, tfce treat pioonma-aph
coooirt people. wUl jrjhre oooo,t Jr
th Tim. K. H. oiMnrola -wifi n vary Unre
lauctmmeaNt -fc-hje-h oaa be feMurd -tutty
or twntr fetmWd poie A popoUr
Ikwct-wb w??l be ictve. lootelos
gnwo'a iAvortlm uuutks.
AM Ksltrhu Tr.jar st Tmu& to
3vt tbe ooytao. 1 lei mMton. at
IJt o'eioc iIhcp. p Aumi Wier
frrkM as Gl Join HpoaajwJ ehteh.
By ot- oS tfce Xnahunat OoaMMMMdes.
Frd J. OoMfCk. iUo&rdor.
A trW vm eoovtiMK yen that firt
Mew elcarottw xnt tho VwC
Mm Cmw wt!l terlhi f Woas
doy aXtroo Waiiu cla x TJTiwnii