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STATE JOURNAL, TUESDAY EVENING. APRIL 3. 1894. tairrh AND COLD in THE HEAD relieved instantly by one application of Hirosy's GaiarrEi Ponder ms & Bxv. Fatkjcr Clahkk, Scy to ttze Rt. Rev. Bishop of Coluxnbaa, Ohio, writer; Cirriiiiv : 1 canon rnavfh for yoar Powder. It has nnd Motin &rftrvBt1 attack etemtrrri wh nothing ! Conid hip m. Am diightct with it. A I mjr Intnda to whom 1 imiutittrtd tamclc r quit mt iM.utM or it. Ths Sit nmns k most eocctuftfinfly of thir tiM o it IB ttMk (Mpitai under the r ear. 1 wilt tic anything " pw--fc a fovd word tor thm remedy U klp cKbrs who r uff-;nnf. XL. T- FEBorsox, Custodian IT. S. Appraiser's Storey C'lil o&ku, vrri tns: rTtjM.jt: Bc:nv alaart itir!y m for a MinWr f yrtwrm tt and etur, no relief Irta hibt ao-ettl earn which 1 tried, wis induced by a friend to try Dr. Birney Ca UrrhaJ Powar lor mv(eti'.M. Ht recovered my hearing o'irely, o tlitt lean nme har a watcd tick plainly, it being 14 1 finches from mynr I look orwtn it a a positive ear for dafoes and hava recomrueiided its ns to many or mm? friervls and ran aay 1 hav nam bemr 1 of a maam wbara it ham fuid to riiv. FULL SIZE tottlo of pom-dor gZfSn una blower CO rtL.BTE,poM:paid, SxJF 13 Birncy Catarrhal Powder Co. 1 MASONIC TKMPLJ2, CHICAGO. Sold everywher by druggists or direct t y ni. WZZL n TOPEKA TRANSFER CO. Tele aaa. 509 TXas. Ave. F. P. BACON, PROP. Ir. L. I. 3IrKInlpy. Will do a general practice of medi cine except obstetrics. Special attention will be given to diseases of children and all forma of chronic diseases. Office in the Chesterfieid Pharmacy. 115 Kansas avenue. Kesidence 302 west Oth st. Having purchased F. W. Whittier'a Interest in the lirm, we are prepared to give the people of Topeka the best the market alfords. Whitney & Son. 730 Kansas ave. Fioe Work. At Topeka Steam Laundry. Peerless 'Steam Laundry Peerless Cteam Laundry. . Charlie Good steak. Where did you get it? Billie Yes, the best in town. At Whitney's. Charlie Where is that? Billie At Whittier'a old stand, 730 Kansas avenue. The headquarters of Associated Chari ties is in the Xatat&rium building-, on East 10th street. All applicants for aid tshould be referred to Sir. Eldridge, our fcecretary, who will ie found there. Benjamin L. Smith, President Associated Charities. Latest things out at Babcock & Frost's. 701 Kas. Ave. Little vegetable health producers: De Witt's Little Early Riser cure malarious disorders and regulate the stomach and bowels, which prevents headache and dizziness. J. K. Jouea. JTe Witt's Witch Hazel Salve cleanses, purines and heals. It was made for that purpose. Use it for burns, cuts, bruises, chapped hands, sores of all descriptions, and if you have piles use it for them. J. K. Jones. fetliirts Repaired. Send your work to the Topeka Steam Laundry and have the rents in your shirts sewed up, fres. Fine work on short notice. 'Phone 153. E. M. WootOEK, Manager: When you buy Quaker home made bread see that it haa our registered trade mark (a shield) on it, and you will not be eceived. Vesper & Co. At Kansas Medical college a ten week's course in Chemistry, Urinalysis and Pharmacy begins April 4, 1&94." D. B. Colcord, il. P. 603 Kansas ave., ' Topeka. Peerless Steam Laundry 112 and 114 "West Sth. Peerless Steam laundry at 112 and 114 West 8th. 312 and 114 West 8th, Peerless Steam Laundry. The Daily Stat Journal prints all the news. An honest Confession. If we were asked the reason why " Via vi " performs such wonderful cures, we would be honest, and say, ,"We don't know." Ask a scientist- why an apple invariably falls down ward, and he would say it was due to the law of Gravitation. That is about all he could tell you. It is no more natural for bodies to gravitate toward the center of the earth tb-u it is for "Viavi " to cure the dir eases peculiar to women. It is not a drug, but a food, which nourishes and strengthens the affected parts, thereby enabling nature to throw off the disease. Our Health Book sent free. KANSAS VIAYI CO.. Tcjjeka, Kas. DAINTY AND BEAUTIFUL. Honey-Soented Swaet Alyssum and Its Possibilities. Xt Is a Comfort In the Honw and a TJe-lia-ht Oat oC Doori Cosrenleat Qi Effeoti-ro" Ways of Grow ing til Plant. Could I "have but one plant either for the border or the window garden it should be that dainty, honey-scented little darling, sweet alyssum, says Dart I Fairthorn in Vick's Magazine. Small ; of growth and bloom, by those who never , see beauty except in dazzle it might be considered insignificant, but : to the real flower-lover who will not i be entirely given over to scarlet ger j aniums and hollyhocks it possesses a : beauty all its own. "There is such a j distinct individuality about its dainty ! blossoms, such an air of good cheer ! and comfortable adaptability to cir cumstancesentirely borne out, too, by its life such a winsome sprightli ness and altogether lovableness that it always reminds me of bright-faced children whenever I see it. It is the laugh of the flowers. Some of them preach and some of them pray, but the sweet alyssum laughs "right out loud." The whole border may preach, the lilies droop their lovely heads, "like penitents in prayer," the callas lift their snowy chalices in mute 'protest against the whole world's wickedness and the impurity of earth generally; but the sweet little alyssum nothing daunted by the sermonizing of statelier flowers will run riot over the ground, screening its impurities from sight, filling in chinks with its beaut y, caressing the feet of roses and rue alike, and .seeming to my errant fancy to be keeping up a running ac companiment of cheerful comment or an undercurrent of perpetual merri ment all the while. Like childhood it is irrepressible. The seed of the sweet alyssum, not so fine as to be difficult to manage, is flat and round, of a light brown or tan color, and r.tored full of vitality. Plant twenty-five of them in a fine sandy loam, and with ordinary treatment you may be reasonably sure of as many plants, each one of which will be. of interest from the first moment it SWEET ALYSSUM IJT A HAXGISG BASKET. sends up its initial four trim, pretty, light green leaves. When once these are thriftily growing yoxx may be al most sure of your plant. I like to sow the seed in boxes in the house; it is so very interesting to watch them grow. It takes such a very little time for the seeds to poke their little green promise above the soil, and so very soon the smiling blooms appear. It is a good plant for the amateur to begin with, being such slight tax on the patience, as few plants admit. When your tiny plants are two inches high transplant into thumbs and pinch out the top. Going on with the growth, continue the shifting and pinching processes until they are in four-inch pots, then desist; you will have finely rounded compact little plants which will soon be perfect little pyramids of fragrant blooms. A convenient and effective way of growing the alyssum is to sow the seed directly' in long narrow boxes, fitted to the window sill and about four inches deep. Its needs, grown thus, will be light, moisture, not too hot a sunshine, very occasionally weak liquid manure and room to spread it self. Given these, it will more than reward you for your care of it by send ing out, surprisingly soon, a munifi cence of dainty bloom, small and shyly at first, as though half afraid of its first impression upon you, but waxing stronger and stronger, and sweeter and sweeter, until you grow to love it in the heartwhole way its winsome ness deserves. The seed may be sown directly . in the border where it is to bloom or it may be transplanted with perfect ease. Sown thickly, it makes a beautiful edging plant or a distinct line in a ribbon bed. But do not let it grow too- rankly, keej it trimmed and pinched in, and in place, and if after awhile it is going too much to seed shear it back sharply. It will then spring up to a fresh growth and be all the lovelier for the seemingly rough treatment. Then in the autumn you will find around the larger plants the tiny four-leaved ones springing up which are just what you want in quan tity for your window garden. A pretty effect is produced by growing the alyssum in clumps between taller plants. It will spread itself out like an oval mat and be a mass of bloom. - Sweet alyssum makes a beautiful bracket plant. It should then be pinched in less, rather allowed to grow in its natural wayward beauty, and though the branches attain no great length it is pretty in such a position. Screws Should ESe Soaped. A woman, was about to screw up a box preparatory to sending it by ex press. She went to the hardware shop to purchase the necessary implements, and received a valuable hint from the man who served her: ''Soap the screws well." he said, "and they will go into the wood ten times . as easily as they would without that." " Well, of all the darn April fools I ever saw this one takes the pumpkin. They couldn't hang any sign on this rooster." Pathetie. A lady tvio had spent a great deal 01 time in tryir; to teach her servant girl tc make a good drawn butter gravy, and who found no little scolding necessary to ac complish it, called Bridget in to the dinnel table one day and said severely: "Bridget, liiis drawn butter gravy is ac tually bitter!" "Is that so, ma'am?" asked Bridget sor rowfully. "It is, Bridgst. Now, how do you ac count for it?" "I do' know, ma'am, but I do be thinkin, ma'am, that I d'uropped a tear ibtil it!" Youth's Companion. . . Way Up. "And do yott find marriage so very ele vating?" "Extremely so. Since I have been mar ried I have lived on the eighth floor." Life. Ho Loved Another. "Oh, George, you love another!" Such were the words of a fair, pale girl as she clung to the arm of a tall, handsome man in the dimly lighted parlor of her fa ther's home. He was such a man as women love, and this fair girl loved him. They had been sweethearts for months, and the day was approaching when their plighted truth was to be redeemed. Into her heart a doubt had come, and it bad found expression in the opening words of this chapter. "Darling," he said chidingly, "how fool ishly you talk! You know I do not." "But you do, dear," she insisted. "I have been watching you. and I have seen it.". "How could you?" he con-ended tenderly. "There is no one in all the world I love as I do you." She gazed fondly into his handsome eyes, laid her soft, white hand caressingly on bis rich brown hair and whispered her words of admiration into his willing ear, until he was so inflated with pride that the buttons ; on his beautifully fitting coat began to ! stretch their necks. ! "How silly of my little girl to say , her Georgie loves another!" he smiled as he looked ddwn into ber sweet face. She shook her head no less doubtfully than before. "Come now," he coaxed, "tell me who this person is I love more than I do you." . She was silent. "Tell me," he murmured, taking her in his arms. "Yourself, George," she sighed hopeless- -j 1- j suew du fcucu a love was uucuiiugrauii: from the cradle to the grave. It is a difficult matter, dear reader, for a handsome man to be in love with anything else, and don't you forget it, especially if you are a woman. Detroit Free Press. A Familiar Domestic. Matilda Snowball is atypical colored: servant. When she hired out to Mrs. Judge Peterby of Austin, she remarked: "I knows we will git along wid each udder, bekase I'ze allers so familiar wid white folks." Matilda was reajly not at all stuck up. Mrs. Peterby put up with a good deal, but an incident occurred a few nights ago that resulted in Matilda being bundled out of the house. It occurred as follows: . "Are you gwinter attend de deception at Gubner Hogg's mansion dis ebeninf" asked Matilda. "Yes. Matilda, I am one of the invited guests." "I'ze so glad ter hear dat. You am gwine in yer kurredge, ain't yer?" "Yes," replied Mrs. Peterby,,somewhat mystified, "but why do you ask?" "De female colored order ob de Seben Myster'us Wise Vargins has been tendered a complimentary hop at Turner hall by de Dark Risin Sons of Liberty, and when yer come home in ver kurridsre verkin stop at Texas Sifting. , Steak All Right For Once. Wife (late to. breakfast) Mercy! That cook has ruined thi3 steak! One end is burned black, and the other end is raw. Husband (who came down early) 'Tisn't burned at all just nice and brown, that's alL The other end is a little rare, bat I like it that way. "Nonsense! I'll ring for the cook, at once." "Cook's sick." "Then who broiled the steak?" "I did." New York Weekly. What lie Rested On. Willie (just .home from school and very much excited) What do you think, pa? Johnny Smith, one of the big boys, had an argument with the teacher about a ques tion in grammar. - ' His father What position did he take? !l mh ill flm Ifsfpppftffis 'Willie His last position was across the chair, face down. Truth. The Professional Shopper. I coxae from every part, of town. I'm shopping by eleven. I turn tUe stores upside down ' JVad don't uet home till seven. I look at stocks of every class. From ribbons to pianos. But all I ever buy. alas! Is bonbons and bananas. I price and sample everywhere. But make & purchase never. For clerks may frown, and clerks may swear. But I'll shop on forever. I'm after every bargain sale. X watch eacii "flood" and "fire. 1 go wh::i "marked down" rates prevail And likewise when they're higher. On opening; days I'm sure to be In very highest feather. I'm alwaj-3 bound to go and see, Xo matter what the weather. I price and sample daj by day. But make a purchase never. For clerks may come and fade away. But 1'IL shop on forever. It is the keenest joy for me. Where crowds are congregating. To dally with the clerks and see The other people waiting. And when I can no longer stay, Tlo clerk's poor ecul to harrow, I tell him. "I'll not buy today, . But I'll come back tomorrow." ' Though years may come, and years may fiee And earthly ties may sever. Twill still be joy enough for me To just shop on forever. Nixon Waterman in Chicago Journal. As Good as lcid. He What's thisterribie thing I hear? I am told that you are not a widow, but a married woman, with a husband still living and yet you have engaged yourself to me. " She Don't let that worry you, my love. We will never meet him. He does not move in our set. Puck. Sharp. A Killamey guide, taking a tourist about, scowled at a peasant who was star ing at him. "You'll know me again if you meet me," aaid the guide. "?fot if you wash your face," answered the peasant. Youth's Companion. . Realizing . Ignorance. ' Pilgarlie Wonder what 's come over Flip jack. He used to u- fearfully conceited. Thought he knew everything. But he's quite different lately. Binkerton Yes. His youngsters have begun taling lessonsin grammar and study it at home evenings. Truth. A Peculiarity. ' Jones How does your new Chinese serv ant do? Brown He's very intelligent and picks Dp things readily. Jones LTm or does he lay them down again? Detroit Free Press. Not a Great Traveler. Cobble I played poker recently wher-e the limit was a cent and the ante a mill. Did you ;ver pi y such a small came? Stone Xo. 1 never played at the Mil lionaires' club.- -Life. "Why not a woman?" Lady Henry Somerset rises ,to ask. She wants to know why women are never remember ed in the distribution of decorations, peerages' and so on. Kev. Mary A. SafFord of the Unitarian church of Sicux City offered prayer in the Iowa house of representatives one morning not long ago. Linen and duck dresses are to be pop ular again this year in the coat and skirt style and worn with vest and shirts. OLD RELIABLE UNION PACIFIC. We are 'ot on the War Patli But Will 3feefc Any Rate Itlatle to Pacific Coasts Points. - - We have through vestibule train ser vice to Portland and San Francisco with out change via Denver,Cheyenne, Odgen and Salt Lake. Our rates at present are: To San Francisco, San Jose, Los Angles and Santa Ana, California, one way $20.00 To same points round trip $35.50 Same rates will apply to all intermediate points west of Ogden. Round trip tickets good for "60" days with privilege of returning via El Paso & Fort Worth to Missouri river. - A. M. Fuller, City agent, 525 Kas. Ave. The new Quick Meal" gasoline stoves are the best. Every one warranted. Cul ver & Bailey, hardware, 828 Kansa ave. The finest line of trouser rigs ever shown in this city ranging in prices from $5 to f 15 at Althes & McMancs, s - - 610 Kansas Avenue. Mandolins, Guitars, Banjos and all kinds of Musical Instruments at" Bab cock & Frosts, lyl Kas. Ave. iMinniiim;!5iiimi imji Ellllll riTiTriTiTlTITMi Im MiT UIUL IJXLLL UliUSIULLUUIl 133 rmrriniiifiiiiirifrfifrffrrnffrTfffifigrinifffffrffrsirTynTiTi WESTERN FOUNDRY AND Established iszb. FOBMRRLT Topeka Foundry $g Machine Works, ESTABLISHED 1868. 1. jj. ixa.ss9 jfropnetor. MaITUFACTUKER OF STEAM ENGINES, MILL MACHINERY, SHAFTING, PULLEYS, GEARINGS, FITTINGS, ETC. Write for Prices . r mm imrrmmrmarmnmmtiiuiiisiiiiu.is ARID 813 EAN3AS AVENUE TT you wish to buy or rent a first class upon tne most favorable terms, call upon us. We have secured the services of a first class piaho polisher and rep aim and are prepared to, repolish all kinds of musical instruments, furniture, etc. tW REPAIRING SOLICITED. IX INGEBSOLL' Has removed his business to 107 East Sixth avenue, "where he will do a General Uuilertakiog; and Einbaimiuj business. ' I HAVE FIRST CLASS LADY AND GENTLEMEN EMBALM ERS. I have the Finast and Largest Chapel and -Best anti-coniuine. umce is open aay ana night. Key. K. D. Ingersoll, Embalmer. 107 Ka8t Wiep1SB;.o. ARTHUR MASSEY, Practical Horse-Shoer 213 WEST FIFTH ST., iepume 8. TOPEKA, KANSAS. Horses with diseased feet skilfully treated. 1 tack and road shoeing a specialty. Endorsed by tvc Highest Medical Authorities. ' $Y S nEnTnGLinllALER i Vx? ionic vt v" m i M i-t 9 : HFlinAPHFr!EUBAlJSW 1 ixn.AT.Ere win enre vou. a tev wonderful boon to sufferers .frrmi I'nMi. Thrn. fc- Inflafnza. Slv-onehltis, or HAY riTVi:. AfonU immrr.Uzterttiff. An efficient remeiW. convenient to carry In pocket, raady to ns on firrt. Indication of cold. ontlnned ITse Jrlffects fernanenC Cure. 8Btisfactionenaranteedormone7 refunded. Price, SO pes. Trial free nt Druggists. liezistered mail, 60 cents. H. D. CUSJUIS, air., Threo Rivers, Mich., C. S. L. MrITU1l Ths surest and eafest remedy for i.ifii g ail sKin dinesHes Kczema. Itch. fait Rheum. Sores, Burns. Cut. vvondeiftil rem edyforPILES. Irlce, S." rt: at Druit- R a I US BistB or by moil prepaid. Address a nbove. Drit.ll S01.II THROUGH TRAINS FBOS Kansas City St Joseph TO ST. LOUIS, CHICAGO, OMAHA, PEORIi, ST.PAULJSmriEAPGLIS OKLT OSTt CHANGE OF CARS TO THE Atlantic Coast THE BEST LIXE FOB 2Tew York, "Pliiladelpliia, Boston, "Washington. AND AIX. POIITTS . HORTH 'and EAST. D. O. IVES, Psisenrer A great, St. trails. tsoinp.axio!. Prsssrvsd DR. HEBRA'S ' f'lOLA CREAK Removes Freckles, Flmplet Liver - Moles, Elsofchead3, S-'nbum and Tan, and roi Bt.ores the ekin to its origi il frestinesa. TrfV?iiir!fT a clear and healthy com-ji5?. preparations and wrfeetly ncrmless. At all druggists, or mailed for SOcta. Send for Circular. VIOLA K!N SOAP l mpjy lBcoattrsbt u r'rvn purifying &oap, uneqaiiled Ibr th. twtiwv. tud witliouVv cjuod. At dnnri.a, Pries 25 Cents. ' ' I G. C. PiTTNCR & CO., Toledo. O- ' f'3i-y ri r i i If -1 i mmm mihimi:m rrrrrm rrn j runrrT! 213 MANUFACTURE ALL STYLES SHIRTS TO ORDER. Wo tiayo just received the fistjest Summer Shirtings ever shown in Topeka CALL AND SEE THEM. IX COXITECTIOX WITH. TOPEKA STEAM LADS DRY. K. M. WOOLOER. ATgr. 625 IACES0I STEEST. nnnM MACHINE WORKS, -o nnTT3f Trr" a XT" a cs new or second-hand Piawo or Orgah, Morgue in the oity. and, belong to no combine or Flrst-elass Livsry. Hoarders a specialty. Telephone 40. . J. C GILCHRIST, fOS Jackson Strast. Prod'r, CAPITAX COiaJL YAED, il2 WEST FOURTH ST. Osape Coal 83.45 per ton. Cut prices on ail Coal and Wood orders. Grant's Jersey Bull is located here. Come in and see me if you want cheap prlciM on Coal or Wood. X. JJ. GRANT, 419B WEJT FOC1STII MX. PRICE rt ON Osage City Weir City Leavenworth E. P. EWAIiT. 6th and Van Enren. mum, .,.tj?- St. Denis Hotel, BROADWAY AND ELEVENTH ST., Opposit Grace Church.) NEW YOI2.K. EOOHS $1.03 PES DAY AHD UPWARD. The most centrally located hotel In the city, conducted on the European plan, at mrtlerat prices. Kecently enlarged by a new and hand some additio that doubles its former capac;ty. The new IMnin itooni is oue of the Cue-it specimens of Colonial Uecoration in this coun try. WM. TAYLOR. HiBAWi HULSE, FLORSST Corner Elm wood and Willow Aranuti - Potwiu Placo, TOPEKA, KANSAS. Grows and sells plant. Makes a ape eialtv of cut flowers. Does all kind c ftoral work in a first-class manner 1 TCtSPilDtiiJE, -f fiRIC2i J Ej v.