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BALE SPARK'S CLOTHING HOUSE. 7f 1 IMf-S 1 ',YIr -v-rv.lt r2tik&idr ' m . T 14. 4 a i riiiG i i. i 1 1 1 j miouu Our Lines are Spring and AND and Gent's Furnishing Goods y All Summer Clothing and at cost Large Assortment to Select From Hill II IB. F. SPHRR, CLOTHIER and - Vegetable Prcparationfor As similating uicFcodartdRcgula ling thcStoinachs andBowcls of Promotes Digcstion.ChcerPuI ncss andRest.Contains neilhcr Opium.Morp!une norMincral. ISOT NARCOTIC. Mx Smnn AeiatStri Ik taiifuiitStia Jupir hiiibfyt Flarvr. Aperfccl Remedy forConstipa Hon, Sour Stomach.Diarxhoca Worms .Convulsions ,Fe verish ness and Loss of Sleep. Facsimile Signature of NEW YORK. i - EXACT COPY OF WRAPPED, j) jj , J ! I f TMt canTaun eeanNT. Ntw tor mr. " -. l i. til inn., j,; i .... ; , t ,'. .1 .ft.tJf G. E. Sonmierville, THE LEADING GROCER. pie and Fancy Groceries Queensware, China, , and Glassware. ughest Market Price paid for GEHTRAL FEMALE COLLEGE jexington, Mo. !tiLr&. (Sit (Or THE BIG HAND POINTS You Slight TIT 4 I0n 4 in iiuiiuci i u i ijiiuini- Overloaded with Summer Summer Furnishing op JU FURNISHER m .,l,.....3-7;?:.?;7iL'fTll;:f3 ABO Tor Infants and Cliildren. The Kind You Have Always Bought Bears the ;iire In Use For Over Thirty Years Produce - Wellington, Ksuu Signat THE END NOT IN SIGHT. The Important Part of Chaffee's Message Suppressed in Washington. Washington. Aug. 22.-The War de partment anoouQced early in the daj mat it was in recemt or a casualty list from General Chaffee, and this was made public about nuoo. It was learned, however, that the Chaffee dispatch contained a considerable amount of matter beside the list of killed ana wounded and it was the subject of an extended White bouse conference between the President, .ecreiary nooi ana Acimg secretary Adee. It was hoped by the officials that t he receipt of the detailed news from General ChafTee would simplify t tie situation considerably and enable this goverment to man out. in a larcre degree, its future line of action in Cniua. This was not the case, how ever. General Chaffee's telegram In-! dicated that there may yet be con Mderable heavy lighting around Fekin aod between that city and the coast. It was impossible to make any ere- diction as to the date for the pacifi cation upon the information tLus lurnisnea, and tue administration is not able to fix even an approximate date for the withdrawal of our troops irom vUiuese territory. While the White house conference was in progress the Chinese minister waited patiently for two hours, the expectation being that the reply of tne united btates government to LI UuDkr Cbang's peace application would be given bim. A 12 o'clock Minister Wu had beard nothing as to the return of the acting secretary of state aud he returned to the Chinese legation, expecting to call tomorrow unless advised before then that his presence was desired. Officials of the War department, who are familiar with the physical conditions of the defenses of Pekin. say that the fact that all except the imperial city had been cleared of Chinese troops is evidence enough of itie severe nguting wnicn must have occurred. In cider for the American troops to penetrate to the gates of the palace they must have stormed a wall about thirty feet high. Admiral Remey's dispatch, in stat ing that all but the imperial city had been cleared of the Chicese soldiery. left the impression that a force of de fenders was still intrenched in that section of Pekin and would have to be routed out. General Chaffee's brief report Btated that he entered the legation grounds at 5 o'clock upon the evening of Aue ust 14, and that eight of hismen were wounded in the day's fighting. Ad miral Remey's dispatch shows that within the next two days General CLaflee lost six men killed, Including Captain Reilly of the Fifth artillery. and thirty men wounded. To all ap pearances, therefore, the fighting in Pekin was more severe after the entry Into the city than during the move ments wnich brought the Americans to the legation gates. Admiral Remey's dispatch also snows that there is further fighting outside of Pekin and that the boxers have not been dispersed, but are still inclined hangtoupon the outskirts of the invaders and harass them as much as possible. It would also seem to presage more fighting for the allies if they should attempt to return from Pekin and for the reinforcements which will be sent forward to Tien Tsin and Pekin. Evidently, according to the military authorities, the country about Tien Tsin and between that city and Pekin still harbors hostile forces which will have to be overcome by the allie hefor the road can be opened from Pekia to the sea. Late advices from London are to the effect that heavy fighting is in prop ress outside of Tien Tsin. If this i true, the allied army at hekin may be in a trap. OASTOIIIA, Bean th The Kind You Have Alwavs Bocl Asa M. Black and wife and son Asa. Jr., expect to leave for Los Angeles, Cal.. In October to SDeod the wintpr. Asa M., Jr., will attend school there, anauirton biacK, another son, will enter wooster university at Woos ter, 0. NO REMEDY EQUALS PERUNA, SO THE WOMEN ALL SAT. MIfi Snsan Wymar, teacher la tin RUhmond school, Chicago, 111, writes the following letter to Dr. Hartman re garding Pe-ru-na. She aays: "Only tkose who hav suffered u I hive, caa know what a blessing it is to be able to find relief in Fe-ru-na, This has bevi my experience. A friend in need is t friend indeed, aid every bottle of Pe-ru-na I ever bought prored a good friend to me." Susan Wymar. Margarelha Dtubea, 12K Xorth Superior St., Racine City, Wis, writes: b I feel so well and good and happy now that pen cannot describe it. Pe-ru-na is everything to me. I have taken several bottles of Pe-ru-na for female complaint, I am in the change of life and it does me good." Pe-ru-na has no equal in all of (he irregularities and emergencies pe culiar to women caused by pelvio catarrh. Address Dr. Hartman, Columbus, 0, for free book fof womea only, Miss 8ns&n Wymar. The Rock Island has receiver! a r.ar load of brick and a car load of sand with which to build sidewalks aern its right of way on West Harvey ave- uue. 'Through the months of June and July our baby was teething and took a running off of the bowels and sick ness of the stomach," says Ol P M. Holliday, of Deming, Ind. "His bow els would move from five to eio-ht times a day. I had a bottle of Cham berlain's Colic, Cholera and Diarrohea Kennedy in the house and gave him four drops in a teasnoonfnl of wntr and he got better at once." Sold by ail druggists. A man giving his name as Thou. Collins swioed four mirs of nant.a from Stump & Moore of Caldwell last vees. lie was rounded uu bv thp trong arm of the law and divert n preliminary bearin? before 'Soul re Ball, and bound over to the district court in the sum of 8500. Failing to give bond, be wa remand ed to jail and brought to Wellington. For cold in the head, cold in tbo throat, cold in the chest, cold 1 n arm- part of the body, Krause's Cold Cure is an absolute cure and it only costs a cenis to prove n in your own case, bold by II. F. Smith, druggist J. W. Hughes, li vine a fpw mllps southeast of Milan, met with quite a serious acciaent Tuesday. He had driven to this city on some business ana was returning home when bis team became frightened and ran away. Mr. Hughes, having lost con trol of the team, jumped from the wagon, alighting upon the hard ground with such force as to break ooin bones or mib right leg be ow the knee. The laws of health require that the bowels move once each day and one of the penalties for violating this law is piles. KeeD vour bowels repnlar bv taking a dose of Chamberlain's Stom- acn ana iiver laoiets when necessary and you will never have that severe punishment inflicted upon vou. Price, 25 cents. For sale by all druggists. The store belonging to Lewis Rhodes at Maize was robbed Thurs day night by parties suDnosed to live ing Wichita. The thieves carried off all the sugar, meat and pocket knives In the store, and it was not known bow many articles are missing. There was a heavy rain at Maize and the robbers were tracked nearly to Wich ita JFridav mornin". Th trarlr was lost as soon as the dry road was struck. For quickly relieving that distressed 'eeling after eating, a single dose of ibat gentle acting Krause's Little Laver iius is an mat is required. Thev are a certain cure for consti- pation, that prolific cause of so much sunenng. &oia oy n. a , bmith, drug gist Constipation, impaired digestion and a torpid liver, are the most com mon ailments that are responsible for that tired, listless, fagged-out feeling tnat makes the summer a dreaded period to so manv peODle. Herbine will cure constipation, it improves the digestion ana arouses the aver to nor mal activity. Price, 50 cents. Sold by A. M. Stanley, druggist. The rest of the Cape Nome crowd haye been beard from. A. Murphy is at Seattle. He was 28 days on his wav from Cana Nome, and fnr Ift rlavs was lost at sea in a dense fog. The vessel he sailed for borne on was a sailing bark, and was at the mercy of the storms. Lmery Jacobs passed through Wellington Friday night on way to bis home at Perth. Ed Hern- Ing is crwbablv vMtlnff his mother Ralnh Allen in nn bU wav homo from Seattle and will arrive In Wellington in a day or so. It Helped Win Battles. Twenty-nine officers and men wrote from the front to say that for scratches, bruises, cuts, wounds, sore feet and stiff joints, Rucklen's Arnica balve is the best in the world. Same for burns, skin eruptions and piles, 25 cents a box, Cure guaranteed Sold by F. B, Snyder, druggist, Piles are not in, and of themselves very painful and annoying, but often greatly aggravate and even cause other grave and painful affections. and should, therefore, not be neglect ed. Tabler's Buckeye I'ile Ointment is a great boon to sufferers as it will cure them. Price, 5ft cents in bottles, tunes, 75 cents. A M. Stanley, drug gist A story Is going the rounds about the toll collector on one of the bridges across the Missouri at Leavenworth. i'wo old women from Missouri drove up to the toll gate and asked the man in charge how much toll was. 'Twen ty-live cents for man and borse, ' said the gate keeper. "Well, then get out of the way: we're two old women and a mare. Get up, Sadie." And the man stood in open mouthed wonder. Calvin Titus, who scaled the walls or Peking, was a member of the Sal vation Army at Wichita, for several months. Jiewas related tj Cantain Lee, a well known Salvation Army officer and an evangelist of some note. Titus is a good musician and he sang at all of Lee's revival meet ings. He is a good cornet player and bugler, ue Is but 20 years o' aire. Captain Lee is now holding a revival meeting at Spokane Falls, Wash. He is wen Known here. Conductor Frank Snvder of the Santa Fe was In charge last week of what Is said to have been the longest train ever hauled over the Fanta Fe tracks. The train wa3 on the middle division or north end as the boys sav, and it astonished the natives who are accustomed to seeing long trains every day. Conauctor Snyder had orders to pick up forty-five hundred tonsandbedid as the orders said. When be got to Emporia he bad a string orcars that would make the ordinary train look like a street car ; When be Invoiced be found he had j'it cce hundred and twenty-four I loads and nine empties, making one hundred and thirty-three cars. These were snaKed along by two of the big pest engines on the system. When the tonnage was figured it was found that Conductor Snydr had rolled into the Emporia yards with just 45,004 tons. He has cantured the ibelt for hauling long trains. The J management certainly has no kick I coming on that train. Mr. Snyder ( says be needed a spy glass to see the jeuu ui tue train. Fire at Mulvine. Mulvane narrnwlv ieocloiz another disastri ma flrp Thnra. day. Abeut 8 o'clock in the morning one of the teachers In the public schools went to the school bouse to make preparations for the opening of school. He had no sooner entered tne building than be smclled coal gas. The air also was filler! with ha? smoke which make it difficult to see wnere the light was not strong. He ran down into the basement, where the Coal for the furnace 1 k-pnt hm was driven back by the stifling fumes gas. running down town be armed the citizens and the hand engine was taken to the school bouse at once. Fearing a repetition of the disastrous l.es Mulvane has eioeriencfd in lik- past, Chief Walden of Wichita wa wired requesting him to bring dowo in? steamer. Before Chief VValdec had made arrangements for a special train another telegram wa rpceivprl announcing that the fire was under control. The fire started from spontaneous combustion and there is no means of telling how long it bad been smoldet- ing. mere were about 35 tons of coal in the basement. When the volunteer firemen arrived nn the scene the floors of the building were very not, although not burned. The tire had not yet broken through the ton of the coal although the lower part was a mass of flames. Water was pumped into the basement and the coal flooded. As soon as the gas was cleared out men began dizzini? out the coal and throwing it outside or the building. Considerable trouble was experienced is doing this owing to the intense beat. The only damage will be the loss of the coal, but little of which will be saved, as most of it was coKea. Your best friend can rive vou no better advice than this: "For impure blood, humors, scrofula, salt rheum, dyspepsia, weak nerves, tired feclinrr. rheumatism, malaria, catarrh, take Hood s Sarsaparilla and be cured." Constipation is cured by Hood's Pills. 25c. More Jubilee Attractions. John Haughey signed contracts this morning for more attractions for the Jubilee. They are the Tom Thumb railroad and the Ferris wheel. The Tom Thumb raiiroad is the smallest railroad in the world. A track will be laid on one of the streets and a real miniature railroad, with steam locomotive and cars, will haul passengers. It will be a sight well worth seeing, and a novelty to ride on. The Ferri3 wheel is a reproduction of the World's fair attraction. It is 60 feet high, and a trip on it will afford a wonderful view of the sur rounding country. To Cure a Cold In One Day. Take Laxative Bromo Quinine tablets. All druggists refund money it it rails to cure. E. W. Groves signature on every box. 25 Mr. and Mrs. Fred Van Wagner re turned from Belie Plaine Wednesday, where tney attended the Miller Alexander wedding. It was a bril liant affair. The bridal couple left last night on their wedding trip and will reside in Iowa, where the groom is pastor or a church. Washington, D.C. Cenessee Pure Food Co., Le Roy, N. Y. Gentlemen : Our family realize so much from the use of Grain-0 that I feel I must say a word to induce others to use it If people are interested in their health and the welfare of their children they will use no other bever age. I have used them all. but Grain- 0 I have found superior to any, for the reason that it is solid gram. Yours for health, C. F. Mtebs. Mrs. Mary Downs, who recently purchased the old Davidson property in the Third ward of Geo. T. Pitts for $1,200. will move to Wellington from Belle Plaine this week. Her brother, Mr. Cheney, of Billings, Mont., is expecting to come here to make his home. Extreme hot weather is a -Treat tax Upon the digestive power of babies; when punv and feeble thev should be given a dose of White's Cream Vermi- iuge. rnce, 25 cents. Sold by A. W. Stanley, druggist An Abilene Adventist is standing strong on the belief that the present trouoie in China wag roretoid by the Bible. He savs it is "the hlnwintr of the seventh trumpet predicted in the Apocalypse, at the sound of which the great dragon rose up out of the sea and all the nations of the earth fought together." A Letter to Mrs. Pinkham Brought Health to Mrs. Archambo. LITTia TO UU PINKHAM HO. 43.J9J "Deab Mas. Pinkham For two years I felt tired and so weak and dizzy that some days I could hardly go around the house. Backache and head ache all the time and my food would not digest and had such pains in the womb and troubled with leucorrhcea and kidneys were affected. "After birth of each child I grew weaker, and hearing so much of the good you had done, I wrote to you and have taken six bottles of Lydia E. Pinkham's Vegetable Compound, one bx of Lozenges, one box of Liver Pills, one package of Sanative Wash, and to day I am feeling as well as I ever did. When I get up in the morning I feel as fresh as I did when a girl and eat and sleep well and do all of my work. If ever I feel weak again shall know where to get my strength. I know your medicine cured me." Mas. Sauna ASCHAVBO, CaABLEUONT, MASS. The present Mrs. Pinkham's experi ence in treating female ills is unparal leled; far years she worked side by side with Mrs. Lydia E. Pinkham, and for sometime past has had sole charge of the correspondence department of her great business, treating by letter as many as a hundred thousand ailing women a year. All women who suffer are invited to write to Mrs. Pinkham at Lynn, Mass., for advice, which will be promptly given without charge. On Jellies preMiTM and pleklea, trreui m Una coftUnf of rennea NMAFFENE Will Vp ttiea kbtolatflr moiatar anil rid proof. Paraffin Wai n al tuafnl la adosraothrrwariiboottht doom. Fail dinctionain aach pound packaga. Bold or-whM. STANDARD OIL CO. Staple Groceries You will find it to your interest to investigate quality of goods as well as prices. "We have a well deserved reputation for cairying the best quality of goods at rea sonable prices. Give us a trial. Frambers &Brumley Call and see us at our new place of business across the street from the old stand. Produce handled at highest market price The Way It's Done makes all the difference in the world in the wear ing and lasting qualities of harness. Our carefully worked hand made harness gives best satisfaction be cause there is quality in every stitch. It casts a little more, but the best materials and the best workmanship make this harness all it ought to be. F. KLEIN. Farms I Si and Cheap Money To Loan. If you have a'- Sumner County. Farm for Sale, We can sell it for you, Black & Martin Wellington, Kansas. FARMERS yE have the material on hand for all white ple going fast. Secure yours before too late. We can figure cheap beds also. See us at once. Rock Island Lbr. Co. SL N. Bnowx, Agent On Eighth St ,west of Washington Ave. PARKER'S HAIR BALSAM Own tod bmitUm U halt. ProootM a luxuriant rrovtfa. Never Fail! to Bratore Onaj Hair to lie Youthful Color. Pnromt Dandruff and hair UUu. . and tl")at Dmrjlru. 1 V'