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TTTE KANSAS CITY .TOmXAL. SUNDAY, AHUM I, lSOS.
KANSAS G1TY, KAS,
Continued rrnm I'iigo R
horse from nnotlur colored man named
Johnson, niul met with nn encounter which
lie will remember for many n ilny, John
Johnson son of the man who hud his horse
Ptolin, tint Iliown ycslerdn) henr Centrni
menue bridge nnd kme him n seiere heat
ing Ho clviii k llrunn over the head with
n r ul, hull tins two dfep gashes on tho
to of the bend Johnson una yuceMfiil In
raking 111 cenfe. llronn, niter hai Ins
Ids wounds ilrcs'ed, was taken to his homo
en Wood street.
Cltl'ltLlt MIIIH ICM.
At Central Christian church the llei 11.
t) Dcnhnm will preach both morning anil
cicnirtr Morning subject, "Stones"
V. n tic flume, "The Worth of n Soul
nml the Cot of Its Redemption "
Our Ion' l'lti e chun h 1'rearhtng ntJ
leapt zTik' at II a. m by pastor, Kcv Ku
gene- l St. John. 11.1 flier eerile.es at T.I3
Ii m ,
Stewart Avenue Church of Mutual nights
l'r i h ng m I baptwng nt U n. in by
prt'ic-r. l'r V It 81 John. Juter scrv
1 r nt T 1 t m.
Mri. St John speaks nt Lawrence to
iiiKht tin Icr the iiU5plces of tho W, C.
T t . .
Thr nnmnt pirlh meeting of St. Paul's
riiilst stKtl church will bo hehl In the Sun
t i) s hoot room of tho church on Hosier
Monday evening, April 15, nt 7 30 All the
members of the church nro expected to be
pre ent, nml friends Interested In the
work are rordlnlly Invited The Daughters
of the King wilt provide refreshments for
n largo number.
The Ilev. Walter II. Clarke, of OttAw-n,
Kir , will nsslst tho rector of St. I'nul's
Kpliiopnl church nt tho Ulster serlces
to-dn) A line hiulenl programme will he
rendered bj the icstcd choir. A ery lib
eral 13ister offering Is asked from nit
members nnd friends, which Is to be ap
plied en the chun h debt fund.
At the Thirl llupilst church, Sixth nnd
Nebrajkn. nienue, tho theme for the morn
ing ill' oiirso will be "The World's Yearn
ing" nnd the cenlnr tonlo "Ulster l'low-
ers " l'rof(sor .Merrill, of the Ottawa,
l'nlvorslt). will conduct the senlees Dur
ing this "erIco the choir will sing. "Christ
Our Passover," lv Schilling; 'Sine Alle
luia lorth," by nudlc) Uurk; Itesur
rectlon," bv Hidden, nnd '"lho Angels'
ferenmlc," by llragn. The choir Is one of
the best In our cltv. The sinners nre Miss
Clara .Miller, Miss Cirrle I.ovdcr, Mis
Maggie Nortnrup Mrs. It. I). Speck, Miss
Margery Lewis, Miss Maud Richardson,
Mls Lottie Northrup. Mr. Chnrles Little,
Mr It. D Speck. Mr Arthur Weston,
Mr Prd Stole nnd Dr tl. I. Purr. Mrs.
U. J. Northrup Is organist.
I'arti tlticst (lllrn u SiUTcnlr
Mr. and Mrs. Alex Collins, of 722 Wash
ington avenue, pave a delightful party to
n number of friends of their daughters,
fince nnd riorence, )estcrdny nftornoon.
The event w.is a. most pleasant one, gamey
and ilanclns belnpr the features of tho en
tertainment. Luncheon, conlstlns of Iis
ter dtllcucli s, w,i served, Lich Mruest vns
riven a most lieniitlfully decorated 1'astcr
oirp as a ouven!r of the occasion. Amous
thoe pieelit weie: I'earl TrlcKctt. Ilrnest
ltoiif, lloy Miipes, clircnee Wnconseller,
Ilertha hclnle Lillian Stewart, Stella Piled
burir, Liura bluler, 1'Iorence Adams, Nellie,
Minnie and Greton Trower, Kate, Iluth
nnd MnrKnret llasto CI ludc Adams, Jack
Hale. Llovd Clodtfclter, lloy and nruce
nltiey aernld and Hllene Crtilse, IMna
Clnpmin, Hattle Ciriswold, flraee Peterson.
Mamie Andrews. Howard McCIure, (Iconic
nnd J. A McClren, Amelia Hayless. Trankle
Alden Olive Wells, Kmma Lee, Nellie
Trlckett. Hnttle l'reeman, Clare Wncon
.eller, Hattle Hotert, Clara Mathows. Sadie
Schnlerle Lucy Snullcy, Tannic Haskell,
Helen stout, iluth Mill", r.mlly Ilnll, Alice
Maw, Hdlth Welsh nnd ndlth Hoas.
Services for the aVeek.
The follow Irif: la the calendar of the rirst
rrebvnrlan church for the coining week,
ns pulillshed jostcnlay by the pastor, Dr.
IhiUn CI. Mendcnlnll:
Simd.ij April 11 11 a. m. and 8 p m ,
sprclnl Ilnster services. In the evenlnir a
responsive "-ervice. tntltled, 'The Hlsen
Lord ,"3 P m , Junior Hndeivor Socleti ;
leader. Lulu Donov.m; 1 in p m , a special
Hasler rhoril service Klven bv the ounff
Men's Christian Association, at Washing
ton Avenue M II church, addressed bv
Ittv W II. Comer. A larce chorus will
lender special music Tloth ladles nnd cren
tlemer Invited. At 4 30 p m, Intermediate
Ilndeavor Soeletj 5 p m, Illblo class;
teacher. William Hadle; 6 lri p m , faster
meetlnK! union meetlnt: of Junior, Inter
mediate nnd Senior Tndeavor Societies:
leader", Miss Allco llurnhaiu and llert
Tuesday evenlnc Pastor nnd TCIder Price
will call on Hainett avenue, betwien Sev
enth and KlRhth streets
Wednesdaj S p m , pnv or meeting- sub
ject "Itesurrccilon Comfort," 1. Thess ,
rrldaj 7 30 p. in , bos' brigade.
IlauKhters of Ileboknli I-iitertalncil.
Jlrs P II Baker entertained a larKO
number of the li.uiKhti rs of Hebeknli at
In r home, 1IW7 Noith Mill strett. Music
and cards were the amusements of the
(veiling, and an tkKant lunch was served.
Those present welt Messrs and Mes
ilames 1; r. lilum J Lamont M. Hnlr. W,
Husell, r Droiiuht, II chandler. 1 llrlRht,
.1 Hell II DeWolf William I'rlestlej, J,
Ilium P Cob, J Salmon, P. T Albertson,
H MellLhlp II WliNncr nnd 1) 11. Ii iker,
Mrs N Sew u 1 nnd Mr Hills nnd M.
Pittri raid Misses J Her. Ornha Lonir. Ol-
lle Coli, Lola Lone PicLllIa Prlctlei,
Mule Sewuid, and Mebsis Stevo Ilium
and II. I'ltserald.
Will lie 111 mi inhered.
Mr. Trank Itln-. the most popular cutter
nnd titter of kuhV clothlne: has severed
his connection with the Urm vvliU.li he was
nsj-oclated with so lom- nnd has stinted In
business for himelf ii, the store of T. II.
Dalley Mr lllnc lus made clotlilnt," for
the people of tills locality for too Ions a
time to need anj Introduction to the pub
lic His ve.ns of labor at this business
linve made him a host of friends who will
atsist him In his new venture Prank will
aim ns In tho past, to please all of his
' . T. 77.
(luii i vvi umiip,
air. JAmes X. Held of Wnrrensburir.
Mo. was muirled to Miss Hllzabeth Scott
at tho homo of .Mr. nnd Mm. Samuel btcw
lrt, HI'i Mlntif-ota avenue. Kansas City,
K.ih , on Wiluesdiv, April 10 at 7 30 p.
in, by Itev. II. A SlauitliKr. of Wariens
burB, Mo, The weddlnu was a ei quli t
one, oub tho fa.mil and Inti rested parties
beliiK present lmmedl.itely after tho
memonj ilesant refie'shinents went
hervid At S 17 p m thu bride and
(.room left for Warrcnsbuii;, their future
or tlio Public I Ibrirj,
A clnnne of dnto lus been made for the
April entertainment, given by the Peder
.ated Clubs, tor the benellt of tho pnbllo
library. It will occur on the JCth, Instead
of tho 2."th, ns previously stated It will
bo entitled "An livening With American
Authors," and character sketches will be
Klveu by some of om piomlnent citizens,
with recitations fiom inch author, nnd
musical numbers Intirspeised, The pro
irrammo Is a very Interesting one.
Hi IlKhtful 1 nli rtulnmcnt.
Last Tuesday nfternoon Miss Mollle Hall
entertained a number of her ftlends nt her
home. In Powhi's park Cirds nnd re
freshments usslsted la in.iklni? tlm enter
tainment a pie isnnt one .Mrs. Hlchanl-
Amonir thoso present weie: Mesdames
ltlehnrilson, J C. ItndBetts nnd DinlcM;
Misses llelle Hem) (luv and Lnuri Oicut,
Hiijes, Plttinin, Hleannr linker, Cadle
Ciocker, Lulu Unatr Millie Martin and tho
MIsacs Cioltlleb. of Kins is Clti, .Mo.
Sherman Snarls was pleasantly surprised
last nlKht ly n number of his friends at
his home, No. 712 Minnesota nvenue. The
evonluK was bpent In a et enjajuble man
ner until a lata hour, when luncheon was
served. Thoso present were: Mls.-ts May
HukIks, Lottie Appletpn. Mar Pons ainl
Lottie ( irdner: Messrs Prd Pous, Charles
Hay, Pied MaMlell, John Hlterman,
Charles Stelnnutz nnd Sherman Swurts,
, 'I ho lied Hlbbon Mandolln Club was pres.
cnt and furnished some good music,
(lid Sulillirs tn Aliet,
A meetlus of the old eoldlerii will he held
at tho common pleas cauu loom .Monday
evening, April 15, at 7 30 o'clock, for tlm
purpose of nt-i recline arraiiueineuts for tho
veteran inlutar coinpui) to bo organized
here. All comrades nro Invited,
11 y order of coiumlttee,
M, If. nONOIIO,
j s OLivun.
Polleo Hoard Meetlni;,
The lioird of police commissioners met
last lili.ht In leuuUr session and transact
ed routine business, Hj leijuest of Chief
bervlsi. tho board ordered thtt leleuse of
II. Pink, D White and W, Harloy, three
vagrants, who have been beivlnu out a
sentence In the city Jail
The Armour IMeKlntr Company made a
test of Us new water main yesterday und
It proved vet) satlstuctor. The presbum
was good. Tho extra main will (.-really im
prove the water enlco ut that jilant. The
nctat blc fir t tho Held Bros, plant
caue,l the other packers to look nt the
possibility of it destructive tire in n more
serious lisht than formerly, and the Ar
mour company was the first to Improve Its
facilities of (ire unhung.
Tronblo titer "ettlement.
Mlk Link, et-superlntendenl of the
county poor farm, and the county commls-
slonrrs, nre having trouble over reaching
ft tin ii settlement. .Mr Link wns In fore the
lnviril vestprtlav trlnc lo cet n settlement.
but the board claims that he owes them
more tnin ttto hooks snow, nnd no some
merit was reached. Ha wan Instructed to
be at the board meeting nciln next S.atur-
Piimmuritonnt IoOko, N'o .1, I O O. F ,
of thin cltv, will celebnito.lt nntilvet-ry
on tho evenlnR- of April 25 liv plvlns ft tine
entertnlnment It will be uslsted h the
lady ineauben of Hebeknli lixlire,
Ohii eeeel; fmm (o.mnrrivw evenlnir Ihe
members of Calutithe temple (Itnthbono
Sisters) will Rive a enclnl nt their hall In
the lVrtstuoiith building.
John A Atlnm. who hn Teen 111 for
the past two week, was able to be out
vestcrd.iy, for the first lime.
Prank Ilcberllnir, the yunR boy who
vto so badly Injureu while trjHiK b Iwnnl
a Nortliniitirn train In thl city a short
time nco, Is Improvlnif nicely, nml his sur-ici-on,
Dr. C J1. Stemcn, has herpes of his
The coses ocnlnst Albert Troup. Chnrles
Wiley nnd Will Caldwell, cjiniirtd with
stealing brarses from cars 111 the Kanns
City foundry nnd car shoiis, wire contin
ue I In pollen court cstethy mornlnc un
The cnes niralnst tho president of the
South Side Athletic Club nnd the two puk
lllsts nrrested Thursday evenlne, while
conducltni," a "smoker," will bo tried In
police tourt to-morrow The defendants
will test the spirrliiR ordinance.
They must bo sacrifice 1 "hat? Those
Kvisoifno stoves nt lllrd'R. D37 Mlnneota
(lasollne stove slaiiKhter at Illrd's.
Por llent A nicely furnished front room
In private family, with use of plnno It de
sired. Call at Ml Kverett avenue.
Tlm member nt Ihe Y. I S C. H of
the I'resbvtorlnn church will hold a sun
rise pr.ijcr meeting- Sunday monilnt: at
6 30, at the church parlors.
Mri. Joseph llaker vvns pleasnntly sur
prised by a lame number of frlen Is nt
Iter liome. corner of Sixth street and Ir
Klnla avenue. Prlday eveninp. It belns the
occasion of her birthday. She was pre
sented with a handsome gold watch and
Miss Liz7le Jaclets. oped 25, died eter
day mornlmr nt her home, 310 Harnett
avenue, of pneumonia.
ltobert WrlKht nired TO, died yesterday
morning nt his home, TB Ann nvenue, of
vellow Jaundice The boely will be bur
led Mondiy In Woodlnwn ccmeter.
Mls Ida. Larkln and Miss Tlsha Conlln,
of Atchison, Kas , are In the citj. the
Kiiesis of Miss Nora tjulllcn, of H27 Oakland
Thomas- Noland, of Olathe, was In the
W. W. HuKhc3 returned last evenlnir from
a business trip to Wichita.
Mls Grace Holcomb left jesterday for
St. louls, Mo , to spend several weeks with
Mr. A. G Hoffue Is In Vlcksburir, Miss ,
for the purpose of purchnslnfr a large tract
Mls Alice Lenry. of Port Scott, Kas , is
tho guest of friends In lllvervlevv.
C. S. Mason has (rone to Chlcaco to trans
act business. He will be absent about a
M. N. Summers, of Chcrrvvale, Kas, Is
here on legal business.
Attorney David Kelso, of Atchison, wis
In the clt jesterda, tho guest of Attorne
C. P, Hutchlngs.
A. It Ponl ester'Jny entertained Mr.
Geo A Moss, president anil general m lu
nger of the. Co-operitJie Savings Assocli
tloil. Mr. H. N. Jloore, of Wheeling, W. Va ,
Is tho guest of relitlvcs on l'aiallel ave
nue. I'hllo Clark, the new Jury commissioner,
will spend Sunday with his family nt llon
ner Springs It will take him and the
other two commissioners about a week to
llnlsh the work.
ARM OUR DALE.
Ilurglnrs Chloroform tho Inluntcs of n
House nml Itoh lllem-Iiuter "11111-1
d ly Servhert.
Burglars entered the home of Walter
Peleh, nt 917 ilaltimore nvenue. Prid ij
night, nnd by the use of chiorofoim suc
eeeded tn thoroughl) robbing the place, a3
well as the sleeping occupants. Ihey si -cured
about 51J in cash, a solid gold vvatih
valued at S 0 and inanj v tillable household
ai tides Tile mouev taki 11 bj the rob
bers, belonged to Walter P. lch, and a
boaider bv the name of William Hrennen
Tho wateli vns taken from the vet poek
(l of Hdwaid Peleh Ml tliree of tin men
slept with their clothing under their pil
lows, nnd the burglars so thoroughly elilo
roformtd them that the clothing w is re
moved and taken into the kitchen nnd
rilled without moiestlnr any of thu slum
berers, 'lhere wcie live persons sleep
ing In the house, in 1 Hie fumbling nbout
of tho robbcis failed to tiwukin a slnMo
oecupint Miss Ida Pilch nroe veaur
d iv moinlng at 3 o'clock, and, after pre
pulng tile- morning meal, called the other
members of tho fanillj A verj drowsy
feeling prev tiled among the members of
rhe household, but not until tho valuables
wero missed and the odor of tho drus was
notited did the reille vlnt had taken
place Mis-, Peleh stated vesterdny thtt
hho found the kltihiu dooi standing nj ir
when she arose, but pall no attention to
it, thinking that some meuibei of tho fam
ily had left it open
I iislel Sunt! 1).
Haster Sunday will be appropriately ob
served by the various churches in this city
to-day. At the Cential Prcsbv terl 111 Lliurch
11 verj Interesting prograinmo has bei n nr-
I tiiged lor the OLension tho pistol, the
Hev c C. Aunstiong, will preach nt 11 n
in Ills subject will lie. 'lit Has Hlsen"
'Ihe evening sermon will be dellvircd bj
Mrs Hrsmlnlt, tho daiightei of Di .Mor
rison, tho Chinese inlssionars llei bub
Ject will be, "Watchman. What of the
Night"" Thu remainder of the progiamme
Is as follows:
At ( 11 m. sunrlso prater meeting, con
ducted bv M II llowlnnd
W M Dunning will conduct special Sun
day school services at 0 30 1 m Tho Jun
ior Christian Hndeav-or will meet nt 1 10
II in under the leadership of Miss Nellie
Skinner. Subleet, "Whit Am Some of tho
Daik Things 'I hat Jesus Makes HrUlit "'
Tho Y P. S C U meeting will bo held nt
n 30 11. in , conducted by Miss Iremi N.
shook, assisted by tho pinvei- meeting com
iiiltteu. J. W. lllnckin in will conduct thu
Workers' meeting at t. 11
At tho Central Chilstlan chinch, the Hev,
Cliarle.s i;mbr will preach a spuclil sermon
In the morning His subject will be, "Ites
urrecllon " Tho choir will hold spednl
song servleo nt 7 '0 p m At C "0 Mrs.
(ieorge Martin will conduct tho Hpwnrth
Lingue meeting Subject, "Hlsen With
Tho programme for the Haptlst church
H isttr exticlscs wai published In the Jour,
lt( inly fur 1tiir.liiiss.
Mrs. Kmiua Heisley has opened a notion
storo at 515 Kansas nvenue, and will be glad
to meet hei many frlunls, and Invites tho
public In geiietal to give her a call.
The pulpit of tho Haptlst church will be
occupied tu-dav by .Mr, S J, Miner, the
singing evangelist, who will preach both
luoiiilng and cv filing.
W. M, Hedges has gono to Pair Haven
Springs. Mo , to visit lclntlves.
i' S flilllln nnd wife will spend to-day
with friends nt Leavenworth.
Claud flrlllln Jr., and wife, nro spending
ix luw .110 tnii itrii'ia 41 4i-t i-iirt ueill
Hefore jou panel jour rooms look nt my
spllng siock oc wall paper, at prices
Hull can't bo beat
John Llentnger, 5Q5
,V sneaMhlef entered Hallej-'s Ten Cent
Beecham's pills are for bilious
ness, bilious headache, dyspep
sia, heartburn, torpid liver,diz
ziness, sick headache,bad taste
in the mouth, coated tongue,
loss of appetite,sallow skin.etc,
when caused by constipation ;
and constipation is the most
frequent cause of all of them.
Go by the book. Pills xot and
35 a box. Book fict at your
druggist's or write B.F, Allen Co.,
365 Canal St., New York.
Aanuftl tU voi ba t.UO duo bozil,
rUIKl IMI "
Keep oiir thin In li He Healthy.
To keen the chin In means to keep It well
tlriwn bni k h ir sotitally, Thnt causes
what phjsl 11 iiiltuilsis rill "n lifted
?.n S ,,ft"'1 chest insures deep nnd
run iirrntnliiK, nnd, hence, pure blood nnd
perfK t rln illation
Perf. it .IrtnUil n Is the greatest snfe.
S nti "K"!""' "dIiikIom, nnd It prevents
elillllness the fori ninner of colds
Till kieplnit jtmr chin In nnd see how
nnr 1 hdt will stnnd put, giving tn n
woman a sunerli ileiire ami to n man n
. ,",l'l'll.. lh the Hue of Dr. Hum
phreM' Speeltle ;;," win strengthen tho
threat, chist. and lungs, nml prevent folds,
tlrlppe and Pneumonia, and wnrtl off Con
. ' V' Wo Colil, Grippe. Inmicnrn. Tn
I irrh Pains nnd Soieness In the Head nnd
t hcM rouith, Soro Throat, tlenernl Prew
trnllnn nnd rover
..." win 'bunk up' n hard cold that
"hnnps on '
IN'PI..VMtATI(aM rtr t.-Mivfi'va
JNephritls) is know 11 bv mln In one or
both ldn nbove the hip .nnd lownnl the
spine In the legion or the kldnejs, nnd
tin in e iisunllj cxttiulltiit forwiu 1 and
downwird Willi freipirnt desire to urlniin,
scanty hot dim hnrge, nml numbness nlotiB
tlm Inner side of the tliluli oil the nlTeited
file, fiver mil sometimes vomiting Dr
HumphrevV Speclllc No. 27 will nlTord
prompt n lief
, INPLAMMATIO OP HLADDHIt
(Cystitis) The pnln Is low down In front,
with severe burning nnd Irritation, dim.
rulty or lnnbllltv of passing water, nnd nl.
most constnnl desire lo do so. Speclllc No
3i) promptly nffords relief
llPAD WHAT Till! PHOPLP, MAY
L Oistrel. her New- York city, sns
"After cMerineiillng with nbout a doen
doctois nnd expending nenrlv J200 on mv
little girl, who hnd wet the bed evcrv night
for eight venrn pnt, I was ndv Iseil to tiv
jour No 30 Spedite, nnd being o plensed
with tho result, I conrlmbd to let vnn
know the fact 'ihe trouble, has entirely
disappeared, nnd sho has gained light
pounls tn weight In two months. No more
M Ii 's for nn "
Mrs, S K Mooers Oldfleld, Vn., snjs "I
nm dally Improving under nnr wonderful
trctlment Mv son has discontin
ued tho Nos 27 nnd 30, ns all hv mptonis of
urinary trouble have dlstppetrid Mnv
God bless vou on earth, nnd llnnlly bring
Jim Into His kingdom above. Is my true
l"MI HUH iuil IT
Mis N Scolleld, Little Hock Ark, ajs
"1 nm using mir Nos 27 nnd 31 for my
father ingcd S2) with good effect Our phv
Iclan has given him up snvs ho Is in the
last stages of Hrlglii'H disease nnd liver
complaint, v our to and 27. although he
has taken but ono-halt bottlo e.icli, have
helped him "
AinDICVL HOOK A ropy of Dr Hum
pbrejs' Specinc Manunl of all diseases
mailed freo nn application
Itumphrevs' Specifics described above nre
2" cents each or pocket tlask holding six
times as much for $1 00 Sold by druggists,
or "ent prepaid upon receipt of price
HPMPHHPtS' MHDICINH CO, corner
William and John strcuts, Now York.
store, nt CH Kansas avenue, jcterdnv-, nnd
stole a clock nnd several articles of tln
w n re
D. Jones ind Samuel Knvlor were nrrest
ed vesterdaj for disturbing the peace
The Hock Island pav cir nrrlved here
jesterdnv, an! wns p U ing oft emplov es
J It CJunrles cashier of the Armourdale
bank, has returned fiom a visit to Hoon
Captnin Porter nnd Pntrolmnn Snvder
weio at work jesterday remodeling No 3
pollen station. Tho pi ice has been great
An Important aiietlng of the silver Cltj
III pill. Hi mi (lull Mill l,. Held on
W (dm sday I 11 nlnj;.
The silver City Itepubilean Club will
boll a meeting nt Nokes- nail, Wednesday
ivenlng, nt which tlmo delegates will be
selected to attend tho lit publican state
League, which will convene at Topeka on
A pi II 21 The meeting will ulso servo ns
nn occasion to adopt plans for future
rulihinee In m tint lining a Htrong orgnnl
7ition In this cltj I his dub was orgtnUed
lecentlv nnd took a piomlnent 11 irt In
niunldpal altnlrs .at Hit letent election,
but was unable to 1 arrv the die Hon fullv
hi cause of the brief time in whluh It was
In existence The meinbeis are deter
mined to still continue the oiganlzttlon
for future' work It N the llr-t perm inent
Itepubilean club ever organized In this
cltj but Is fast becoming ,1 leading factor
in the polities of till t portion of the
countj In the ptst Itepublli.ins desiring
leeognltlon In the countj and unto were
compelled to telv whollj on their per
sonal Influence, because there 1 lsted no
orgiulr itlon to help tin in
Pitsli r .erv ii Iss,
Tho Haster service at the Methodist
chun h this morning will consist of nn
diborito musical progrunme, which is as
1. lor! Patrl "
' Ihe Heautlful Gate," by congregation.
Si rlpturo reading bj pastor.
Hjnin, coning Uion.
Song "Tho Heason Whj-," concreg 1
tlon Si rlpture reading, by pastor and congre
gation Hi 1 Itatlnn, "'Tit PInlshed."
"lisiis Wept," choir.
Cirol Mho Lord Is Hlsen, Indeed,"
Infant class recitations
Inf tut class song
ltespmslve 11 iding
Cirol, 'God Is Good"
Hi m irks by superintendent of Sunday
Dovologj" and benediction
In the evening the pastor, the Hev C
S Warner, will preach. His subject will
be, ' Kesurrii lion "
At the Congregational church to-daj rcg
ulai savins will bo held in the morning.
In tho tvmliig Hastoi services will In
obseived Itev W. II Shaw will pieaeh
nn nppropilutu scimon und a spoclil mu
sical servile will be rendered
Hasler services will be appropriately ob
served at the Haptlst church to-day.
Mill (llvn a Hill,
The members of tho 11 D. A. to the H.
of L I! lino completed all arraugenu nts
for tlulr ball, to be given at Nukes' hnll
to-iuonovv 1 veiling Piofcssoi Kludlg's
oichestrt will furnish tho music, A spe
cial train will bo nm butweni Kims is
Cltj- and this city for the coiivtnlcneo of
Kansas City people who desire to attend,
ailti 1 II tiirmts,
Tho Ladles' Aid Suclctv of the Chrlstlin
Union church will give a bos. 1-01I11I In their
hall, on Strong avenue, between Spear
uvcmiH nnd Plfth street, Tuesdaj uviulng
Ladles mo reuuiMted to bilng lunch fur
two, nlso iiiimo of donor In but.
The Inst teachers' meeting of tho pres
ent teint wns held yesterday toienoon at
tho Hnicrson building. Tho present mil
the Ideal t-ystems of education twin ills,
cussed by tho ttnebers. Next Prlday will
bn a holiday In the pnbllo hchools us tho
te.aclieis. will attend tho meeting1 of tho
Noitheahteiii Kniih.n 'leaehers' Associa
tion In Kansas cltj, Kis
Hev, Mr Phillips will hold civics nt
2 i'i tiilb uftciuoou ut Nokib' hall Ills
subjict will bo "i'he 'lest of Christian
Tho ta on does will bo dun to-morrow.
City Clerk Long Is supplied with tags
A "povirtj" roclal will bo given Tue&.
day evening by the Hiiulst thurch at
tho residence of W T, Hlncker, on Spear
A soelnl will be given In Metropolitan hall
on tho evening of April 21 by the Hplsco
pillnns of this city
At tho meeting held nt tho Congregation,
nl lliurch Prlday litght It was di elded to
appoint a iin.uuo committee to inisa
meauu to Improve tho condition of tho
W, T. Porter was nirested jesterday on
n charge of petty larceny.
lohn bliei, who was sentenced to serve
fifteen rtnjs on the rock pile recently, be.
came weniy of his Job jesterday and paid
tho tlno and was relented.
Hlchaid Maronej-, of K ins.as City, Mo
wns in the city jesttnltj,l the guest of
Chief of Illco Hlcbnrilson.
Mra. Hltzabetli Wight hns returned to
lur homo at Itldguwuy. Mo, ufter (.pend
ing beveral months with her daughter,
Mis. 11 J. Smith. '
Miss Zlllah Jones entcrtnled a party of
young folks at lit 1 home. In St, Paul's ad
dition, jesterday afternoon.
Lenien Hros. havo secured quite a num.
bei of animals, to bo added to their men.
ngeile. 'Ihe uiilinuls will nrrlvo iu a few
dajs from New v,ork.
MuuuIo lodge of Instruction.
Mexico. Mo April 13. (Special.) A Ma.
soulo lodge of Instruction was held here
by the grand olllccrs of the state jester
day and to-day. Most Worshipful Grand
Master J. H. 'i nomas. Grand Iteeonler J.
D Vlncll. Grand Leeturvr Allen McDowell
and other oillcers were present. The ad
dress last evening by Grand beeretary J,
D, Vlncll wiu brIUIaut and Instructive.
GERMAN STUDENT DUELS.
a t'l'itmtx i'i:Ttntt: iir t,n i; at tin:
t MM IIM1IM.
Iwu Itlmls nf (outrsls, Those Mlilrli
I nltitu Insults mid llthirs
Unit (henr tiy p-
One of the iiiiijt'ojirloin manifestations
In Uermm stulbnt life Is the luel writes
11 Hi rlln eorrespondeiit of ihe Phlla lelphla
Lvmln Telfgrnph. 1 his. Is . nrrle.1 up by
the ninii class of men 'wshu hive been nf
ren.lv spoken of ns stunnii so Utile nn I
drlnklnir mi much beer thnt l ror the
most part the 1111 mbers of the urct o
detirs There nlo cirtaln obiliriltans ns
to personal behavior resting up m nil I ho
students who ale not "wild linn ' Anll
nuttesl i iistnms filst In tigtid to the pi
lille of hii nuiuiiliiianee, the method of
londiut at a drinking resllvnl mil In the
gr-wt Held of iiulversltj soelnl relations In
gen. nil iheso written nnd unwrlttiti
rubs mut be t-irefull) obsirviM ur the
pennllj Is a tliiilli nge, whl h custom ru
'I'llris tha' the student sltull n. eint
The student duel, howevi r. Is rot nlwnjs
tho outgrow th of nil Insult or a suppose 1
Insult, There Is another form which Is
In rhups the more usual, ami which let Is
to a greater nuinlx r of encountcre. This
Is the "pro patrln" duel, which Is a tun
test between different i lulu at regulil 111
lirtals nnd.lt Is carjldl mi merdj Tor
the plrisunble edti metit whldi those
who partldpatu nn 1 those who look on
draw from ft. The combatants nre usual-
lv dioscn bj a wilt otlur than their own
inougii tnire nre sonieiitnes volunteers,
Ihe pieslbnt. as a rule, selects some
member of his club who shall on a icr
tnln day meet a nirmln r or mother club
sliulinrlj 1 hosen bv Its president Con
tests nrrnngid In this w ij nro very inl
ine! ous It Is deslicd that cich club shall
provide a mnn ut least once 11 week, nnd,
as there nre nt the lirge untwrslibs quite
a 1 trgo number of .lighting societies, the
combit w Iges V(irj" frequently It Is this
tl rntitious, olillKUorj feiture of the duel
whli h tnikis It such a persistent evil lit
Germ in nnlversltv life
It may neither be pleasant nor necessary
to give a description of one of these en
counters I he task h is been done be
fore, and It onlv remains t() rite a few
racts in regai 1 10 nn Institution which it
Is a little marvellous the Oirmnns do not
Und i-oine melliol ti nb illsh The duel of
mensur," us It Is cnllcd. Is fotirhl In
various wajs, with various weapons nnd
tn cording to dKiorent rule- There are
duels with sabers nnd with rapier , with
ph up swords nnd with dull nwonl This
Is usinliv u matter of jjrsonal choice or
rests, perhaps, upon n loeil tradition Th"
weapon used generally Cots b tho nnmo
of Si hi lege r, and there arc, ngnln, dirfer
ent cl isses, such ns the Korbschl leger, or
the bnket-hllted rapier, and the (Ilocken
schlaeger, a heavj" wcipon made of hard
bell metal 'Ihe latter Is an nun which
It is been In favor In late jcars .at Lelpslc
nnd II 1 lie.
Ihe iludllst must be spei Inllj" dressed
for the combat In a suit cilled the Pauk
wichs, which consists of henv v bandag
ing for the neck, nnd arms a thick piece
of upholsti r something like a mattress,
which Is suspended over Hie breast nnd
glnss goggles to protect the ejes Tliero
110 roini times covers for the enrs also
Ihe point of ntt.tck Is thus the bend and
face, .another curious sj mptoui of the itu
lent duel It Is thus that part of the liodv
whli It nearlj all other people aim the
most carefully to ginnl from injurj
which It Is the particular diMu. to muti
late nnd scar
It Is to bo hoped also thnt the rules are
such ns to piotect the rest of tho bo 1
'lho "strike" must be made In onij a cer
t tin w tv. and ench combatant has a si 1 -
ond, also armed with a sword, who must
ward oft foul blows It Is furthei a curious
feature that a single wound does not suf
llee to settle the dltllcultv Hoth combat
ants nie oftin Injured, and it Is not unusual
for ea h to receive sovdil wounds 'lho
'onto-t onl ends, indeed by the exhaus
tion of one or the other pirlj, or nt the
explntlon of tho time limit
li would i-ei m If the proper desire were
minlfested, that the duel could be got til
of in the German universities The gov
ernment is strong eunuch to slop other
ibusis There nre ltvvs enough on the
suhjdt. Paragraph L01 of tho penal 1 ode
of the German eniplro snjs: "The eh il
li nge lo duel with drnillj irms mil (he
niifptance tit such 11 challenge will bo
piinMied with nn Imprisonment of six
months" It Inn been said bj jurists how
iver, thnt because the combatants aio
huiidagi d nnd because of the rule relat
ing to tho "strlke.-"Uuusmduit of duel
I nnnot be considered ns a duel with "denl
1 arms " Thli Is a iiecullai inetbo 1 of
legal Interpretation fiom which there l
some dissent It Is true thnt the "Miiisui '
luis iitlu 1 rirelv lead to fatal ltsulf,
though the cases me not nt all unknown,
Ihe wound nie nt times of a kind which
ueiasion absces of blood poisoning an I
almost uij unlveihltj tan, In the course
of a few jears, prodiu e a lonsldeinble
iiumbtr of disasters fPhoro nre also lui ii
mil -tat. Itws on the'subject and It has
btcn a matter for K-gil dlsputi ilso whldi
should hivi Jurlsdli Hon, the empire or Ihe
slate There Is In nnj 1 axe sulllciiut
willten 1 iw to cffci t conviction .and pun
ishment 'Ihe nuthoritlcs nn scarcelv plead tint
thij are untware of the dueliing practh e.
The polici in not (n tu lib Infnrmt I of tho
Unit or ioiality of tin light, hut thev can
II trdlv fill to know of both these f-ints In
the Urge tltlisj ther is mon effort at con
cealment, and the place of iiuountir H
usuillj not so rccngiiUible. but ut the v II
1 ige uuiiirsltlcs there can sillily 1 no ig
norance concerning It A point l si letted,
ns 1 nile, outside of the town but there Is
surely some one with lurlsdli Hon iu tho
coiinuj aiso rne sworn can Ii rs tliopn
tlelpants, and spretaiius nre visible to a
min as thev Co to Huh lighting resoit,
which Is UMiallv a small halt In eonni c
ilon with a tavern In tegular use fur this
At mv rate, those who have taken part
could le pursued 'I hej" urn to be mi t,
with tin ir fines lian litgi d, on the streets.
In the unlvii"ltv h illw ij s and In the li ci
uro rooms it would he droll were they to
plead that Ihey hid luen Injured In any
othii manner. It is a matter of crest
prlb. nnd the men ( xhiblt tlulr scars with
nun h satisfaction Those whoe scalps are
dotted with cuts usuillv keep their lnir
trimmed icrj shoit n that thej may se
cure credit for all the marks of their
inlor and chlialry
It must be concluded that there Is nn
lerv conscientious desire to stop tho duel
among those who have the authority to do
so Theie Is no reason to think that there
Is nny decrease In the nmouiit of fighting
ns the jnrs go on It was fnld hi a pro
fessoi at Heriln n few jears ngo that only
one twentieth of the German students en
gaged In the duel. This Is surdv too mod
est an estimate It seems to have been
made without due account being tnken of
the law nnd medical schools where tho
sons of the weilthy nnd nrlstocrntlc are,
who aro such zealous patrons of this form
of nmusenient There nre likewise manj'
more encounters nt the little towns th in nt
the cllles Ilonn and Heidelberg .are noted
ns duelling pi ices
It Is a subject whli h Is spoken of too
lightly ny inn proiesnrs uiui uv nil 111 nil
thnrlts At nenrly nil universities there Is
n fighting muster named In tlm catalogue,
nf university courses 'lho professors
Hpenk of It with levity nnd It Is, to a cer.
lain degree, recngnlred ns nn evil which
does 1 xlst nnd, thneforn must continue
tn exist It Is doubtful If It Is Indeed nl
wavs looked upon oven ns nn evil It Inn
been spoken of bv eortnln professors ns a
means of strengthening the lurves nnd ns
11 me Hind by xvlileh discipline can bo en
forced It Is nrcued that liecnusn each man
feels a responsibility for his own notions
In tho fact that bv iiidlcri tlon It would
lend to cbnlleiige, there nro fewer of those
dlscnniteslis und outbursts which nre so
nntnblo nmong tho students of other conn
tries Tliero nre nlso many duellists In the om
rial rnnks nf the niiny nnd In high places
in tho public service, which nro nlso cir
cumstances tending lo nreient a rigid en.
fOKcment nf the law T hn meinbeis pf tho
Ilohenrnllern futnllj belong tn a lighting
corps ut Jlonn, lho Hnsso.llnrusli, nnd
tho iinbllltv Is well renresented In n num.
her of different societies. A fighting hnll
was publicly dedicated at the University
nf PrelbTP' n jcar ago by the Crown
Pilnce nf Tiaden Hlsmnrck nnd his son.
Count Wllllnm, nq Is well known, were
yealous duellists In their student flajs,
'I'liero urn no theologians nnd few nro.
fessors who halo been lighters, and thoso
who participate do not, as a rule, over at.
tnln nny crent menlnl renown.
Hlsmnrok'8 reputation can snrclv not be
dcstrlbed nn Inti Hernial, though his great,
ness rests nn a trait of mind such as few
men liaie, pirhnps. eier possessed, nnd his
experience ns n lighter at Oottlnpen may
lino had t-omothlnc to do In cultivating
the rool manner with which ho could sit
n saddle In the midst nf a great, military
crisis nnd tho unflinching method which he
nlvvnis had of treating vlth those xvho
were not his friends The duel surely rests
on n mistaken moral feellnp In Germany,
which Is to bo noted among different class,
cs of th populitlon and which peopI nf
other nations are not nlensed to see. It Is
an evil which should surelv he treated
summarily nnd -without the slightest tinge
Philadelphia Inqulier: Customer "Bring
mo some lobster salad, and some cucum
bers." Walter (bringing pen. Ink and paper)
"Pleasa write jour name and address bo
fore you tuckle thut order."
CIIAMil 1 I.N I I I l, IIUC.W, SCMIM'I:.
Mktiln lestit Is Ihr I nrotniiM I iRiiro 111 Hie
I ri Now Hi gun,
SltolirlelT th. great Ittfsslnti r-rtiernl,
unci, siiiii r h , iiuicnl conditions In
I'entnil Ali tint th.y clianmil oierj
tnninent hi in tin iiocr-MltJ for ilgl
irtliji'. lin lis u,r price of rinplro llinn
of lllxrtj Thus 1 liniiRcful, nlso, Is tins
nMiectiif Dint Klt hew electric ll ilotiinlil
vvhli'h tho tli iiight nml Invention of our
nge Iiiim- siibiliKd Thri ivho woiilil In
form theniselus (xKittv nbollt ll, In
wliiitever lespn 1 must rvir keep lip nn
nttltiiiln nf sliultuil nltinttnii. Hi the
iiretiml iitohlenis iissiiuio novel Jilmses
nail). Its old appliance. ceaselessly
give win to supiessnrs Its method" fif
protiuciion. iiwtrimitlnti, nnd titllfrn
lloli int) fi.ini 1 i'ii 1 In jrnr Its Infill-
rnrr on 1111 umrs is 01 er ilcepor, Vet iinn
enn uev.r lie nullr urn Into whnt part
nf the ieln or Ituliistrlnl s.istcin It It
next tu Ihtust n levolutlotinty force H
fniiiirtil ilreims At jistciihiv ntc the
inngnlltcrtit iritimpliM of to-niorruw, nnd
Its mil mice tiiwiiuls iliimliintloii In tho
twentieth rriituiv Is ns Irieslstlble 119
that of steam ,t the nineteenth.
Throughout this ilintigo time hns prc
inlleil 11 conslsteiirv of purpusr. h steady
nlm hns been leirlcd nt ilellnlto goitsj
while useful nits tn multitude nttcst the
solidity of th- work done. If, thciTfore,
wo It 11 tl 11 tremendous outburst of na
tivity nt tho vcty moment when, nftor
twenty-live )eiirs of auperhitlvr produc
tiveness, 1 li ctilclaus weir lead)', with
Hie reforming Hiigllsh st.itosmiiti, to
rest und he th inl.fiil, wu mn fuM) us.
sumo thnt eleclilclty has leuchcd an
other of those crucial paints, nt which
It becomes worth the while of thcc.iuiit
otilslde obsei ver to glime nt what Is go
ing on To tho timid unit tho cunsi un
til e, 01 en tu m inj intuited, these now
depirturos hnvo United liucniup e xns
per.atlng Tliey ilimnnd the iinlcntnlnK
of estnlilished farts und Insist mi ilglit
nbotit filers tint disregard phllosnphlcnl
illgnltv The sriis-ii lions of n dog at
tempting to drink seawnter nflci ,1 life
time vii nt (in inland hikes uu foi blr
compared with thnsr of men who dis
cover that eh clrlelt) la rjlllti' othei thnn
tho tlllld which thev have believed It tu
lie from theli jolltli up, und thnt nctti
nlly them Is no such thing ns dtctiiclty
or an elerlilr current
Hlectrlcltj has, Indeed, taken distinc
tively new ground of lite vrnrs; and Its
present state of unrest unsurpassed,
perhaps. In other regions of rescnicli
Is due to recent thtoiy und puicllcc,
blended In a sti Iking nnnnci In the dls
coieiles of Mr Nikola Tesln, iiho,
though not nltogetlur alone, hns come to
he n fon most und tiplcal llguie of tho
ira now begun lie Invites attention to
il iv, whether for piofolind Investiga
tions Into the nutiire of electiltltv, or
for beautiful Inventions In which Is of
fend u concrete 1 mlinillmi'iit of the
latest means foi nttalnlng the ends most
sought after In the distribution of light,
he it, nml povvct, nnd In the distant coni
niunliatlon of Intelligence. Ctiitut) for
AMl'ttll'A.N CWIIH.S (iHOllI.SC,.
And rids llesplln the lad 'Hint lluyAro
llulelii red anil 'tild for Hi 1 r.
M 1" Campbell, who hui been for
Mime time at tho famous CltinslglU
mine, near tho Hue of Southern Ailonn,
s.tjs the ciinels of the deseit 1110 t it
ctenslnir let) r.ipldlj, and tint them
are now betwnn snu and 10) ot them
Tills Is surpilslnir, he sijs, cunsldii lnir
the lnigr numbei thnt h.tio been killed
nnd palmed oft' for beef In the pist few
joins, and the lnin.uls niiiile upon tho
binds bj passing showmen .Mi ('.imp
bell gaie some inti testing details of
these tnvni) denitns of tho nusto
places, Intioduied so many je.tts .ago h"
Hill Iluiternoitli, nnd now giown wild.
' l'hest hulking .tnimils ' he slid,
"roim m.ilnlj between the Gila and Col
orado livers. In a strttth of the low
1'igle Till mountains and the diseit
adjoining There is vol j line bunch gi.iss
In that rtgitui, and the tamels kit p in
good condition I have several limn
seen as man) as ciht or tin in a hand,
and most of tin 111 1110 vet) luge
"Dllfcrent persons have luen them
from time to time c Hilling them foi tho
eiicus That Is tho souue of suppl) now
for nil the shows Tho hunteis go out In
bands of li ilf a 1I07011 on mules, as
hoisen iimild lie ot no account The
camels, ciimbtisonie us thev look, 11111
vny fast, and onl) mules air (uduilug
( nough In that tough cuiinti) to voir
them out The hunteis stn tch out, hui
lound a band, nml out ut ti n 01 ,1 ilni 11
mnnnge to 1 ut uul "tnv 1 couple, wciu
I nt? them out and rati hint? them llniilv
with lassns Tin camels are veiy wild
at llrst, but sptedll) t.inii down, ind the
showmen can do .invthlntr thev please
"I was for nearly two jenrs them
milling nnd in) self and mm weie fui
nlshed with i.imel meat right along, nnd
thought It vi 1 j good We paid "' cents
a pound foi u (,uuil deal of It nnd wo
thought It ns good bill ns we hid usu
ally eitin The old piospoctoi s, who
hid tin tit ii to pe Idling meat, nevei snld
a ivoid to us, lint Molt their p iy rcgu
larlv, to go awn) and eoiue back agtln
At the list vvt tiiiuul out It wns nothing
hut rimd's 1111 it vvhlih tin v vote lur
iilshlug us Then wt begin to dinw tho
"If meat sellers und circus peoplu
would let the caiui Is nliuie fur awhllu
they would lucre ise mm li fasti 1 The
unlmils urn Interesting to see on the
desi rt, nnd do no haini" Sin Princis
.NA'IIIICAI, lllsldltl Til Kb.
AitotliltoC Soiuo Oiiiii lliilills of n la
inlllur III nl .
No doubt ninny of )0ii have noticed
durltnr the hummer months .1 mnill
Iili el like n fu allow, vvhu elides In the
air mound the house tops, sometimes
utteiiiiK il hnish note, which founils
soniuthlns UKo the vorl ' Uohchlp'"
Wo see him nil tlueiiiRli the summer
evenings, und Mimctluus Into nt night.
He Is Industilotisl) catching his supper
of Insects A favorito plueu for llndliifr
n dinner Is (lose nruiind one ot the elec
tric llBhta which btnnil In our lurKo
cltley Ilo is In .se.aich of the little buirs
nml moths which mo nlvva) attracted
dv tne iiKiilH.
This blul Is called tho nlBhthnvvk, nl
thouKh It Is but an 01 dinar) hank. Ilo
bcloim's to tho same f.imll) .is tho whip
porvilll. This bird hns seiei.il pcculliiiUlcH.
Ouo Is what Is called Its nesting' habit.
And Its habit Is not to lutve a nest at
nil. It chooses a wprm pl.tco to lay Its
ckbs. And In tho city .a lniorlte pot Is
upon tho roofs ot houses, cloio up he
shio n warm chimin.). This mnkes It
pussthles for tho old birds to leave tho
ckks nlono bometlmea while they .iru
nwa) hciiithini; for fond In thu coun
tty the bird li)s Its eggs In the nmo
vuy on the open grass or In a thicket,
or perhaps on thu old stump nf u tiee.
It eiy seldom makes any semb)anco of
a nest whntover
Another curious habit ot this bird Is
Its manner ot fitting upon a lieu or a
fence, Vou h.no noticed tho way )our
canary bits upon a poicli, with Its body
extended acioss tho perch and holding
oil with both feet to its suppoit. Will,
the nlghthawk. always sits lengthwise,
that Is, with Its body In the pamo di
rection as tho branch or rail upon
which It sits, and liltig close ngalnst It,
NiituialUts say tint tho tcasou of this
is that the legs of the haul; nro so
weak and small thut It could not sup
port Itself In any other manner,
Strut uf tlio 'llllllliler liliil.
"Trembling mountain," a massive pile of
peculiar!) arranged rocks. I) lug on Jtougo
liver, almost dlnctly, north of Montreal.
Canada, was known by the Indians by a
combination of words slBiiif)ng "seat of
tha thunder god." According to their tradi
tions, the thunder god formerly und i
broad and deep Indention ou Its summit
ai a seat, and therein he would sit for
three du)s In spring, seven In bumiutr,
live In uutumn and two In winter, 'ihey
alo believed that during the time he was
present great chasms would opin In the
side of the mountain, from which tire would
stream for hours without ceasing. Nothing
U known concerning the early hlstoiy of
the mountain, but It, Is thought that the le.
(.end prefers to old-llmn loleanlo action, an
opinion strengthened by Its geographical
name of "Tumbling mountain." i'hlla
A BABIE IN THE HOUSE
Is the soutceof much sun hluc nud Jov brightening rintiy a ihtV. clniul nml llehlcnlnB
many a hc.ai) lcael but jej) 1 toutiuu il bile on'i in 1 health) li dv Wc believe the
Cteator, with gti it wl itoiu hasill tiihntid 01 r the t nth tiRc'tible tiinitlics for ci try
III of hum m kind Thl mat it tons I. lb nab rj ri wols its secrets to mnn only bi long
and scare hing labor Pew men have nttiimel greater sue cess In exti ictingnud sMllfultv
comblnlng mratlvr piopcilies from the icgctablr kingdom for the ntlciialiou and cure of
human Ills, Hi in Dr K V 1'iercc, of lluffaln N V His "I'avotlte Prescription" pos.
fosse most wonilctful cuntlic power ovtr the ailments nml wi lUncsvcs peculiar to
As 1111 Invigottitliig tiinli. it itmrut strength to thr wtiolr tstcm nud to the vvomh
nnd it .tppendarcs iu pattutilir 1 or ovcrwoikcd "until nut '' run down," tletilli.
tttcd tiachers, mllllnets, elicssuial-cts, eainttLr., 'shun gills, "Iuiiim. Lectin, nursinp;
mothers, nud feeble woineii geuerall), Dr 1'ietie s l'lvorltc Prescription la the Btt.alcst
c.uthly boon, bciiu; uiicquntcil ns nn nppcti2iitg eimliil ami tcstoritivc Ionic.
A u soolliing nml "Hriiutlu nlng ucrvliu. "l'nvotitr Prescription" Is ii'ieninlcd
ami is ins. limbic 111 nlhung ami subduing ucrioits cteit.ibilit), iietvous txhiustlou,
ptostratlou, hjstttii spasms nnd other distressing nervous svmptoms, tommonlv .attiuil.
nut upon functional nnd organic disc iscs. It induct sirftcshinp; slitpimd tellcvc ment J
anxiety and ilcsponilcnc)
Dr l'ittce's Pivonte Prescription is 1 medicine prescribed for thiity vc.ars, in the
iIKcast of women, b) Dr K V l'icrce. chief consulting phvnciin to tlio Invalids'
Hotel and Sutgical Institute, at IlufTilo N Dr l'lerct ' Paii'itc I'icsctiptioii will
cure the chronic inflammation of the lining tucuibrtnccs wliith cause exhausting drains
upon the sjstcm and fiom ulmh so man) women 1 oust mil) sulTir
Avoid the ilreadcil and repulsive " loi il applications ' by t iking the " Puoritc Pre
scription" vvliiu nflticUtt as above inilii itcd If it does not tMetta pcifecl cure ill a
tcasotnblc time write Dr Pierce, nildicssmi; as above ind he will advise )()it free of cost
as to any addition tl means that 111 1), in rare cases, be iciiiiieel
The Heavens Would RIiir with His
Mrs Anna C. smith of Mill (Tin Mnerr
Lo Mn utiles V hell
a 0111 01 nuccn untie nl
sciiiMji sk mug on a lawc
ke vwc ww ami 1
.WvAWf went umlcr I 1011 ett
iMjs 3vKTtiiit? jccrtl cl
'l lTVi I. .... nil , (- .1 .. ii until
jn, it vtfv' ' vri' " inn it iii n ji i n
'Ji- Wn tlinc as little or no
it ffK JrVi lioiw !cith is iiiciU
I &:4Mlt A M: from cniiMunMion
I J' ' ry tin-ilfi 11I di v.lrnvi r Vf
lr 'ix ttr ill hope of umr
it is m-.m int. fiuiili
I li it i in rciiumtnleil
Mrs hMtrn crl tntertdtollL,e
1 nm turn a mauied
wotunn ind enpiped iu public sthool woik
lne b tn utLhiii Uuritnr titUcn jnrs
I owi iu present hentth md lift to I)r
Pierces Meditiuts If all the rtltturt suffer
cm nho hiie I e en civ n mw 11vl 1 the n.L
of Ur I'lercr Mtduuut could join in one
cltonts uf priict to their n it bcntfictor Dr
1 icrcc ttte llcactii would rin with his
WHEAT ADVANCED SHARPLY
mi? m wticr.i VI l- ItltVI, M CM (is.
IMI ,1-Mu UK, III. It.
t'orn, on tlio (nntrar), llils IV i nK, nml I lu-
Islird Willi h to.. , if l-i()ils Hi ro
sit nil and t trillion Iinirr-
Chicago, April 13 '1 he wheat operators
bi coining iouv lined thut the wheat which
was loulid into vcpsels here) in the winter
was all tight, and of unbU-mlahed clur.ic
lei, llui market became dim, and closed
higher tu-du) than It did on Thuisday
Corn and otts weie vcr) weak eoin
closed Jc loner and outs 'so lower. Pro
visions mled stead) and a shade higher.
'lho s tme disturbing ele'inent which tot
the wheat mark, t In n ferment on Thurs
day was woikid ovir again this morning,
uid was tlie prlmipil clement in cicatlng
tin caily llui tu.itions it was dlacoveri'el
lli.it. atti r having partly uulouled t)is
hn)i) IniMicIi of win at iv libit It was said
wis to b tint bul. into store, instead of
In Ing sent in liiiifnlo uii tln original ihai
lir, tin mulcts uf tin gialu ha I oideinl
tin iinloidtU lionlon uf thu i irhoes liai k
into tin v sst Is iKiitu, mil tho v.ssils lo
iiioecul with It lo li-. in in ml destination.
'Hint hive Ihi' Inns in .11" r oppuiiuult)
Iu noik i si tin ou lln other put), and
Die) liniuidiatilv staitid a nimur th it
Ihe win tl n ts being nloidcd btciusi It
vvuiild not, on n -inapt ( tlon, grade No 1'
I non Inquiry at the linn nf vessel agents
who nml, lho (hiirtu, they iiiullimsi the
reliidl'ih of thu wheat, but sail thtt the
win it vv.is in Ihe best of older, und weli.li
(d IS pounds lo Ihi- bushel Tho opi'iilng
I tin for ll i wht-.it was MV. nt whli li
jirh i' lln liujing ordi rs in, ilcd the sill
Ing 'llui prlec norlie I i,r i luull) upward lo
j.ilHc and, uttvi reacting onto to Sl'kc, it
iliciuitiit dm lug tin gruiiei put of lho
tciuiiniKi uf thu btMnuit iKtwiiii f' bit
and We sillers, ml i lused ut fua sellers
Thu inoveiiiiut or the eiuti wus Iu f ivor of
the bulls 'llui wink' shipments ot wheat
und lloul fiom buili tun is iimouiiti d lo
J'iJI.ITj liii-.li! I, nkilust J.fj.l'j,,.: IhhIicH ou
tho prev lulls Wei I. ihe" elcmaii es from
i lis he iboard Wero nfiiil to about Ciu.eiil
LMI11H-I7-. aiiu ieiceiui-1 ll inning lUliriillS
t iv two da wei, oiilv . ".' 00o luithcK It
(1 Hun .V Co. say tint In Ihe lust two
nicks tho primal) mullet leiclpts were
:,i.sii7 bushils. a eiiinpitid nlt'i l.Sjn I
i.u-iiii-i-i wii nm i en ii ni'UiiiiiHH LIIU Wffl.3 Ol
tin jiar before
Corn w is weak 'J lie Wcslein nrlnnri
jiiuittui i i-ccipn isi inu 11 ij nnjo ., I ishj
shels Tlio bears wiiu nut In run,. n
coiiiagul b) the faiorablo wcithcr mil
light Jlisltmi dciuiud Ltd by C ifituln
i-uiiiipi. iiicj peiiinu mho! e torn upon inn
In uli of tho bulls Vint 11 ilicv ovirnhelini 1
thein, and at the tlont lb., lowest rlt es
of the di) wile euiient. JI i) upeui'il at
tA.C. Kulti nt 4.1,1 .mil clunnl at 4T.l.i.
ill o lib Uilllu lihiii isliorr litieliic ftiiit
." - - ..... - - - . . - - .- - - .-. .in
f,?,1,.',!'!' ,i1!,,l',""!,i1i!J5 ,r"'s'. a4f WrLl
numtioiis and, ij idlli eir.eted The l'at. I
jr 'Tv. -, -.ylfiT .lir lirtiuillft ucmor nniKriu nmiy mcimi iinuojuuu iiiii);.i p-
WCH i & ' i"1-1 s Mt" Mtiliml ! Inp to lur nRe and ri.,oiw ilelfcicv tut I dtor
' '.tvVti H Iistorr tih! 'I'ionte j H--td lrH thin tun hours nnd was not so jnin-
1 i)K I' ' lrt script ion 1 tit ' ful ps is coitunon in Mich ciifcts Mir txnen-
' M ' "'-pcil jnc w npiill cntftl no lml fielhi(jH or mlLiius of nnj kind
' thtt in If. tliin mtfi tin hn hr-r it lifntctiit lit 1 lit child nn 111 tl.-
fiiciiiV "nl . ii J",l,,nt;.u':fi 1," "'u,,'' "' ' "null t.t.nUi town When he vvt lit
billing, W hllo the ciilintr) (U.UlS Hi lit .,,.,. i.i, ,ul i, ,.,,!. ., ,, ills moi.. than hn
V , t' Lte-aiii in.., , ihi, .iV.,i .s : i.. 'Imukht It oiiKht in be lie made a kick
I,., ; ,,.? ,.,.,. ri i. ..1 , J . , h.1 ''Inbuilt tho exiia ipiai tor Tic hotel man
. ri!',i Miieuhi F Aon . in'1 iV ' , 7 1 ' Inmiovable, he had to haio his monuy
p isTl il. sVe aflt'r liaehic V I Vl ,lir Ihe )OlltlB III 111 couldn't get ills baggage
luie on.i,.d i.t "Ac VbJi1 .. - ' , 'l'dr pioiust the young fellow paid It. 1I
Vie d bill to ' .'nn. r.s f 4.1 y-t'7 " " " '' trnln with a sore lie irt Ha
I'lVo iiiiiisioii iniri t r m. i ij! ',. H'uiii.!it he had been mistreated, lie didn't
..1,1? '.'"y'r.S '..'.'r.'i.I .,l.',.1,eL " '.." onluv hlsrlileat.il mid ns the train dashed
panted b i llrm iiuleitoiie, Tho Muali-
L'y." "'..V". 'J" "..''"..""" "?.. '""'I
l.icim- u, u. lu.t, i.ui. inc- .nt-UKllcss eil
llluglioW b) I fit phone,
Bin rranclsoo i:ninliur: The be-neliceut
rnin it.i. .1 iii.ir.iini ui llinn. r.n.4 t tiniti
l'nrir rnmiinitfil ivltli llmiiiliv's iiti li ' 'n ,mn ""' "legripn siaiiou, scnuuien
irTc'i's, TlK' Hh T gain ,o,rf,MinS:u,ci"r,l ! 'I'.liL'irA'iJ.aVefcse'd IS the
f.c. I.ard Is up lorrispomllngly and rlln i'o'.V, rn,,fi. V,,, nml r, ad"
ro higher. Ho,- me-lpts to-day wero O.om 1',., l'fl rl 'u,"" 'mi-'
!ek".1 we'ek. ar "" ""lt a M "R"nd ilnl'Vollee'.'.'-'he Eald.
uses of the teiepiioni nre not as )et fully I hW,u,i meeilng here to-night. JI irry
undcrstopl 'lho othn nh.ht )oiing bni)tho jiainev i lllor of li lleacon, i. ailed Ilrlg.
awoko ubout 3 a in, with uu excruciating n$r acnerul Corbelt ot the state militia,
pilu In his htomtcli Ihe inoio he sepiluu- a )lnr pmiois lo that Mr Corbett ac
ed tho wprso ho riew. I lliall) the tcrrl- 'Ulll the lb nun of l)lng Whit tho re.
hi,, thought Hashed limn bun that ho hml '".... iii,.i. ..! ,ti immin i,m n... ,.r.
been pokoned In a inonieiit he-dashed out fui caused consllerable txcltement,
of bed, downstairs to tho telephone, nnd,
demanded lo bo switched on to his plush-' ,. ..,,
clan's number without delay, "l'or heav., lmr title,
en's sake, doctor, come at once! I'm polil petrolt Tribune: She shrank from him,
soued!" .... , 'seemingly distrustful. ,.,,,
Thu Jr. I), who had al.o crawled out of I "Is it my wealth )ou seek?" sho faltered,
bed to answer tho summons gronled b ick, ' "Yes," iiclilmed tho )outh. Joj fully,
"What makes jou think so" ")ts Assuudly, There nro udierso claims,
Trightfut palu awful ciumps Inside on but I tun ciitulii tiny have- no hgal status,
flro hurry up or I'm a dead maul" n Is undoubtedly ) ours."
"Humph! noes crdoes your stomach . .
maku any noise" ... -, .."i "
southing." er0B"-",us' be arsenla or Wash Your Face with
"(Irowls'ch? Just put the 'phone agaln.t A puro Antl-eitlq Toilet t;oap for tho faUn,
tho Pit of our ktoiiiuh. Ah' 1 thought he'.alii. nnd Couiplojloii Druggists sell It.
so)ou'ic been to the I'nn h hospital Jf.il.os ll 00. Iloiiuroutluiltullonb.
fete this cienlng, haven't )ou7" A llook ou Ikriuatology with ever) tuko.
"clactiyfYouaresufferint-fromasen-l WOOUbUry'S Facial Soap.
A Well'Known iMinilcr of the Hoopers
Word--; of I'rnKc.
luiui, l'ittnct Lo Ky , Box 14: )
in. n v 1 11 iili ltudiio s
DtJt .Sin Umt -ccii months ngo I wrote
ou in reKnrd to the coiuhtlon of nn uifes
htalth Actlnir on our mhicc. hc Icffiii tin.-
use ot onr 1 ioritt WrKtiplion " kooii It
.ov.tuu miqurMiuti ui cttnin tnni -ne .i
IIILLII llll Fill- XlilipilllLVI llll 1I"X. Vft JUIII lllllll-
tint us tiirctuu cnjoins; t nt trj utu nt uui
alt tin whilt hctttr tlnu tittn1
Mit i's nm lliirt one Mnrs old ami on the
stliof Jat June she yt birth tohtr first child
ii 1mi whose weight was eiht a ml ouc-hilf
linritur tirfpnittf filien"i fiitlrcl. fire from
( tllf tsft Llll .t Iltld II lltlH tx Cllliir 1ft ft 111 111 H ntwiiit
toltecomt i jollitr. htntlu tina cut le tohe
1 11' ut tondttioti and mv wlfcs luallli has
bit n and si ill w uooii
I ittnbntt much of her Micce to thr excel
lent r mtd Dr Iitrces lTotitt rrerir
tiuu, whUU ccrtiinh is woni m fticiul "
lurs tr trul,
eral ferment. itlon of b inonadc, crab s ilnd,
fruit c ike, pickled o)tprs and ftom m
puiuli ou'ii all iii;lit. .lust tal.e a lit
a lo. peppermint nnd cln-er, then t,o to bed
and rln it lhroui.li."
JtlMVl IVIIMKIl I ll POSH ION.
New ( Ivlll llinn l. iilillng I It r lu I In- I' it It
nf 1'rnc.ri ss.
It si cms lo us tint one of tho most
i i dll ildi .uis ur tin- present uiimlnls
tiiitluii at iishiiigton has bei n the n. -giiiiiiiiu
nl u in w licit) with Inpun,
lu d upon tee ignition of the fait that
.lap in bus ut lined the position uf a
inniuiil) devi lopvd modern powoi Tim
tli. I!) pi nv Ides that nftei .1 fi-vv jiun
inou uf the fin still Hvstcm of consular
Jul isdli tlon thu Japanese courts shall
hnvo the Minn- authority to tr) cas"
whiili coiici rn nn Amcilcnii In .lup.iu
tint the United btutes comts nnw luui
to tiy cases which concern a Japincsu
iltlin in this countrv. 1'urtlu imou ,
Japan will be nt Ilbcitv tu aiiaiigo In c
euhtums duos without hi ing buiiud by
tiiutlcs vhieh limit the lilies ot ilmv.
The ticntv pi ov Ides fur lhe cvteiislon of
lights uiuli 1 the patent lav.s of en h.
leillllll) lo the i Kleins uf the otlur
W.ii is it t i libit thing und its liull
n 1 1 dints upon thu Hie nml chaimlif
uf i nation are .ilwa)s In sumo ie.s.ciH
buih iltplnrahlo und exccfdlngly Jllll
t ult to outgiuw Ni veil heh ss, this par
tb uhii v it would bcem in a Kie.it many
w.ivs to he a bbssliig to Japan So far
as lui outvvaid iclatlous .tie aiti'iUil,
it has bicuglit preiiuptlv from v ulmi'i
powe'is a iisput nnd it'iognltlon nhhh.
i irs of ordinal v diplomacy could nit
h in- obtnltud As to tho i licet upon lho
Jupuntsei pi ciph tliemselies, the war
lias s-o coinplotely (lomuusttatcd the mi
pirlorlti of tho modern and (Jioldmtnl
mcihuils ovii the .int lint und nileiital
w i)s thnt the icaetlonui) jiarty Is pi u -tliull)
whlppid out of eNlstellci' Tho
in v. i Ivlll illun vhioh Japan hud hoi
lowed and only partly ussimllitnl
has li) vlrluo uf this vvni been mule h r
min Ui'iici foith no one cm s.i) that
Jipiin Is plii)iug nt llutopt'ftn w.i)s or
imitating UiHictn nviiuaiion in iei-
tll,r ... , ,... ,,,,,..,,1, e1A .a ,1m ..Inn. ,1
""' 'll ', , i11) pwopl) she tins (lev cloptii
uch skill lu Its il'o that It would bo
impossible to ntiiin to the illsciuded
niitllt of a genitatlon ngo. 1UV lew of
I?, i fnu s
(.i:iii.m. i. ii.s.
Ilmv ii .!' siiiii r Vino I Ind ail Ovrreh irg
lug 1 inillurtl.
I'roin tin- Atlanta Constitution
It u tnlti uf n )iiiuig nevispiper man who
w is unit known lo leu al flint, but who is
now llliiiiiiuatlnir otlhiil drill's In the n i-
iHun.il i ipli.il. thu hu Ik lart'iulurly strict
t .' .... 1..1,- -
I'o ..Vi,n'. l,V '." Y,,' iVo 'fcl not many
moatti llKO i ht mm-1 nt the mini lull ho-
busv mi lltatlng some pi In of ron ngo.
l'ln Hi fli. tnln stunned at a M itlon.
,...,, ,,:,,,, iil,, I.I..L I,,, limine.! n(T
Ciillnl ii II Hit tn (iiiuril ii I In,
Wbhlta Kas... April 13 -(Special.) Al a
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