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, it .. , .a : V Ea l ca ) fca . 'Ear. ea. fca '. Ea a- fca . Ea m Ea C3 Ea Ea Ea E3 ca Ea Ea Ea E3 ra EJ Ea Ea ca Ea ca Ea sa ca Ea Ea Ea E3 la ca ca la r.a to E3 Ea Ea Ea Ea ea Ea E3 E3 ca ea Ea Ea E3 Ea Ea Ea ca Ea ca ANOTHER SHIPMENT OF mm shirts We can fit you out in Colored Shirts, Light Underwear, Summer Clothing, etc. CLOTHIERS FURNISHERS, SHOERS Next to Engle's, Wellington, Kansas Ea Ea tj Ea Ea Ea ca t.A E3 r.d E3 rJ;i E3 E3 r.3 E3 C.l ca ra ca r.i E'J rn E3 r.a E3 E3 E3 E3 E3 ca ca ra E3 E3 ca Ea ca E3 ca E3 ca E3 E3 D3 ca E3 E3 E E3 ca E3 ca E3 E3 E3 CJ ca ca E3 ca E3 ca Ea ca Ea ca EacacacacaEacacacacaEaDacacaEalcaEaEaQacaEaeucacacaca XVegetable Preparationror As similating lhcFoodandegula ling the Stomachs aMBowcls of Promotes DicslIcn.Chcerful ness andRest.Contains nci'her Opium,Morpliine itorIiitcral. OT?iA3iCOTIC. iixtpt tfoutDrSMUH rrcEii fimyjut SeuL' Atx.Smna. 1 SeAtltSdtt I Sr. S-ri ' Jj.'y mitt. Ji. .'i'kvMu-fcjz f'mltrJ jritfir ?r ) rUivcr. I Tor Infants and Children. The Kind You Have Always Bough! Bears thn Slirrno r is! ft ci AW AperfeclFxroedyforror.stipa-Jl'.'fj f 1 ( Ron, Sour Stoiinch.Diairlioca j -' 1 1 ) fj' Worms PConvu!?iuH5,iVvcr!5u- i : a, ncss c.nd LGfcSOF SLEEP. FacSirile Snnturc of NEW YOUK. is I? .A h- aver i ihirtj lears 1 .v. n7 EXACT COPY OF WSAFPER. S wMflN R b mum THf CINTUH COMMNV, BtW OPK CtTV. The SUPERIORS The Best Drill on Earth. A Perfect Feed Guaranteed to Lead on Any Ground Will Sow without Plowing UomeMade BuggleFactory Buggies A Large Shipment Just Received Come aad see my stock befoie you buy and It will pay you Also a Lot of J. 1. CASE PLOWS sold by E. J. MILLER Cor. Harvey and Jefferson Aves., Wellington G. E. Sommerville, THE LEADING GROCER. Staple and Fancy groceries Queensware, China, and Glassware. Highest- Market Price paid for Produce. Wellington, Kans Human Carcasses Dumped oto the Sea :' i Galvestoa-Glwau at Work.. AU attempts at buryiog the Galves ton dead LdVe beta uuerly abubduued, and bodies are uuw beiug dibpusea oi m luo swiftest ciauuer possible, scores of tbem were buned Tiiursday and buod:eds were Ukcu oUb lu sea and tbrowo overboard. The safety of theiiviog is low Hie paraiuouiii questioa and DotLini; tual will tend lu preveut tbe outbreak of pestilence ! is being neglected. Yesteiday mort icg it was louud tliak largf Dumber? of oodies wbicb bad beeu previously thrown in the bay were wa.-bed back upon ibe shore, and the situation ' was thus rendered worse than before! ',bey were taken in tha barges and , thrown into the water. It will cow uever be Knowu bow many have lost J their lives in this awful catastrophe. Every effort is being made to Induce people to leave Galveston, and it is difficult for anyone, no matter what bis business, unless he is la direct charge of a relief train, to gain admit tance to toe place. Hundreds or people left Houston today for Gal vestOD, but could get no further than Tezaa City, which is on tbe north side of Galvestoo bay, and there tbey were compelled to remain until tbe train brought tbem back to Houston. No persuasion, no sum of money, would induce the guard to pass tbem Into tbe stricken city. Orders had been issued that no sightseers were to be allowed, and tbe order was obeyed rigidly. Tbe ghouls have been holding an orgie over the deaa at Galveston. The majority of these men are negroes but there were also whites who took part In tbe desecration of tbe dead. Some of tbem were natives and some had been allowed to go over from the mainland under tbe guise of "relief" workers. Not only did they rob the dead but tbey mutilated the bodies in order to secure their ghoulish booty. A party of ten negroes were returning from a looting expedition. They bad stripped corpses of all valu ables aud the pockets of some of the looters were fairly bulging out with fingers of the dead which had been cut off because tbey were so swollen the rings could not be removed. In censed at this desecration and mutil ation of the dead the looters were shot down and it has been determined that all found in the act of robbing the dead shall be summarily shot. During the robbing of tbe dead not only were Angers cut off but ears were stripped from the bead In order to secure Jewels of value. A few govarn mfnt troops who have survived and private citizens have been patrolling the city and have endeavored to pre vent the robbing of the dead and on .evernl occasions have killed offend ers. It is said at one time eight were killed and at another time four. Altogether tbe total of those thus executed exceeds fully fifty. The Bravery of Woman Was grandly shown by Mrs, John Dowling of Butler, Pa. , in a three years struggle witn a malignant stomach trouble that caused distress ing attacks of nausea and indigestion. All remedies failed to relieve her un til she tried Electric Bitters. After taking it two months she wrote: "I am now wholly cured and can eat any thing. It is truly a grand tonic for the whole system as I gained in weight and feel much stronger since using it." It aids digestion, cures dyspepsia, improves appetite, gives new life Only 50c Guaranteed, at F. R Snyder's drug store. Mr. L. S. Boyer is canvassing the county in the interest of our popular portrait offer. A handsome oil finished portrait with gold or oak frame, with Voice one year, for $2.00. Endured Death's Agonies. Only a roaring fire enabled J. M. Garrettson. of an Antonio, Tex., to lie down when attacked by Asthma, from which he suffered for years. He writes his misery was often so great that it seemed he eudured the agonie of death; but Pr. Kings New Discov ery for Consumption wholly cured h,im. This marvelous medicine is the on'y known cure for Asthma as well aa Consumption, Coughs and Colds, and all Throat, Chest and Lung troubles. Trice '0e and 81,00. Guar anteed. Trial bottles free at F. 13. Snyder's drug store. The Voice is prepared to do first-class job printing on short notice. See us be fore having work done. Send in copy. Prices will be the lowest given for good work. Rye seed, for sale.-C. Galli, Green township. To the Deaf. A rich lady, curerd of her deafness and noises in the head by Dr. Nicolson's Artificial Ear Drums, gave 10,000 to his institute so that deaf people un able to procure the Ear Drums, may have them free. AddressNc. 4379c, The Nicholson Institute, 6S0 Eigath Avenue, New York. 15c for the VOICE un til after election. Get your neighbor to sub scribe. Stamps taken. Bcchaxan. Mich., May 22. Genesee Pure Food Ca, Le Eoy, N. Y. Gentlemen: My mamma lias been a great coffee drinker and has found it very injurious. Having used sev eral packages of your Grain-o, the drink that takes the place of coffee. she finds it much better for us child ren to drink. She has given up coffee drinking entirely. We use a package every week. I am ten years old. Yours respectfully, Faxxie Williams. For Sale Cheap, a new Winchester shot gun. Inquire at this office. Goshex, III. Genesee Pure Food Co., Le Roy, N.Y. Dear Sirs: Some days since a pack age of your Grain-o preparation was left at my office. I took it home and gave it a trial, and I have to say I was very much pleased with it as a substi tute for coffee. We have always used the best Java and Mocha in our fam ily, but I am free to say I like the Grain-o as well as the best coffee I ever drank. Respectfully yours, A. C Jacksox, M.D. Will el o n cu b To advertise our store we will give a Gold Watch as a premium with goods purchased FOR FORTY DAYS beginning Sept. 1st, with every fifty cents' worth of goods purchased, a ticket bearing a number will be given. A number will be designated in such a manner that every number will have an equal chance and the purchaser who holds the ticket bearing that number will at the end of the forty days receive the gold watch absolutely free. Watch is on exhibition in our window and can be seen by anyone. We sell School Books and School Supplies of all kinds, Miscellaneous Books, Magazines, etc. f Cheap as anywhere- Finest and Best Box STATIONERY in town. You will purchase your books for school in a few days and no one can afford to miss an opportunity like this. Come and see our goods and look at the watch in the window. Remember this watch does not cost any of our customers a single cent. 1 MA win WELLINGTON, KANSAS Cheap Excursion Rates TO COLORADO on June 21, July 7, 8, 9, 14 and 18, aud August 2. Tickets from points est of Missouri river, ami east ol Colby, Kansas, to Denver, Colorado Springs, Manitou, Pueblo, Salt Lake City and Ogden, Utah, and return, will be sold by the At Rate of One Regular Fare Plus $2,RoundTrip Return Limit Oct. 31, 1900 Best Line to Denver ! Baacerova Voyage. Deejhwater eailora are apt to view with contempt the seamen who go on eoastwfee ships, but these longshore men are often skillful, and certainly they are exposed to many dangers. A New York exchange describes the voy age of the athooner William Bell from Charlestown, S. C, to New London, Conn. It foundered at sea in a furious gale, and the captain and five men went down with it. Two feamen, named Lowd and Robinson, kept themselves afloat and found refuge on the roof of the cabin, which had become de tached. To this the two men clung until the hurricane had spent its fury. On this novel raft they spent five days and nights, without food or drink and with rery little rest, as the waves frequent ly swept over them, Robinson twice slipped into the wa ter, but each time was rescued by Utwd. In their hunger they ate part f their leather sea-boots, and when jicked-up by a passing schooner they vere on the verge of delirium; but !hey were rescued in time, and sooa recovered. 1 When You Buy Your mm ASK TIIK SANTA FE OR llor LAXU Aii FX I S TO KOI "I 1 VOL' VIA TIIK TO-:M ' I.OU (' v 'kTHA'JE V .,F..SA I'M, .irK.-; 1 UKl' a Mll'H PA KM El'KKKA i Only Direct Line to Colorado Springs and Manitou Take a 1 vantage of these cheap rates and spend your vacation in Colorado Sleeping Car Reservations may be made now for any of the excursions. Write for full information and the beautiful book "Colorado The Mag nificent" sent free. E. W. THOMPSON, A.G.P.A., Topelca, Kansas. JOHN SEBASTIAN, G.P.A., Chicago i FETTERS & SO N GUN, BICYCLE AND SPORTING GOODS .. DEALERS. Novelty Repairing and Electro plating. We repair Guns, Bicycles, Sewing Ma chines, Typewriters, Lawn Mowers, and all other Light Machinery and Electrical Apparatus. We also repair and re-cover Umbrellas, fit keys for Locks, etc. We do all kinds of Grinding and Pol shing, Soldering and Brazing. We are Experts at our Busi ness. All work Guaranteed. COME AND SEE US. Ltkrs HI Flati Occupied. "It rathr surprised me," said a flat dweller, "to learn that the janitor would prefer to have all the flats in the building occupied. I should have thought that the more empty apart menta there were, and so the fewer the people whose want he would have to look after the less his work; but the reverse of this is the case, and really It's very simple. Flats that are unoc cupied he has to look after and keep In order so that they may be of sightly appearance to people who come to look at them with a view to renting. The flat occupied are, of course, cared for by the people who live in them; and the work of looking after the people i is iesa uiau iuai ui looxing alter ice empty flate would be. Ilence aside from any personal pride in seeing the building under his care fully occupied, the janitor likes to nee it so because in that condition it means less work for him." N. Y. Sun. oi 1 1 1 place. 'I HE t.w r ALL IMIOK O -LINL I'OIN I Tur .i . n H riniing c.iiai. r Pulltnii"! oil-ic leepe' WirhiM, ' m tieUl (,'nerr St. Louis. Beure you pum.. M''keN thi v." Funiici n.Ioi uidi ioii win fully givi-n by the neari-i Agent or B. F. Dunn, Bryan Snyh'. Dist. Pa&s. Ag'L Gen. Pa.A; Wichita. Ks St. Lo":- Revolt of PeaiaaU. Reports from Bulgaria represent the recent agrarian riots In the Buttchuk district as a veritable peasaats' revolt, aggravated by the fact that the troops, men and officers at any rate, in some places fraternized with the rioters, with whomas peasants' sons them selves, they heartily sympathized. The cause of tbe disturbance was the new tithe law. By this measure, wfcich it irashoped would add 8X00,000 to 10,000,. 0O0 francs yearly to the revenue, the land tax, payable in money, was re placed, as regards ctreals, by a tithe from threshed corn. For the last two years the harvests have been failures, but the land tax was nevertheless ex acted, or charged against the land holders as a first mortgage. Many of :he peasantry, therefore found them wives destitute. N. Y. Post. A SCIENTIFIC DISCOVERY. Dr.. Ajnstus RojfglM, Treasurer of tfcs Greater New York Medical Association, says, There is just one scientific compound known as Diamond Digest Tablets which can be relied upon to enre dyspepsia and constipation so they will stay cured. Posi tively tbe only ad vertised dyspepsia remedy ever endorsed by prominent physicians. TVy promptly direst every particle of food takes Into the stomach, and are positively fnarentr-d to core the won fwros of I jurtpki, ird'sre lion, Heartburn, Sour St omaeh, an 1 ou Upation, reatorlog the boweU and llref to perfectly natural action in two weeks or money refunded, by all draggists. 25 and 60c. DIAMOND DBCOCO.,82 66 W.B'way.X.V. PENNY HEADACHE CLT.E. A truly wonderful discovery containing none of the daorerons drugs found in ALU OTHER headache remedies. One Tablet Cares One horrible Headache la hist One Minute, lor only One Cent-cuasAirrxm skyonr Drnggist for Strong" Penny