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STATE JOURNAL. SATURDAY EVElSnjNTGK APRIL, 14, 1894.
15 AMONG RAILROADS. Slag liVt far?) . 53E fe: fats Kegal TendGP,. IIAITTTFACTTTRED BY. BRODERSOI i 718 EMilIIIIIIlS iK-iHii'ssn THE WHEELS TO RENT BY HOUR AND DAY. IMPERIAL, 1LUMMUM, WAVEBLY, LOVELL DIAMOND. BATEEMN feTOWNSED, Hardware, Implements, Stoves and Tinware, X08 WJJST SIXXTX AYE.WB g'lll!l!H!III!IIIII!:illl!li:;i!I!!!I!!!IIUIi:i!IIIi:::t!lll!:il!!llll!i!i!iHi:ll!ip I C. A NELSON ERGHANT, TAILOR. io ' SPRING AND SUMMER GOODS NOW IN. ff CORRECT STYLE AND PERFECT FIT GUARANTEED. fz PRICES MODERATE. EE 500 Kansas Avenue, - - - Topeka, Kansas. H liiiicinzEiiiisiiiiniiiiiiii:c:iiiiiiiii!iiiiiiiiiii3ic:fiiiiiiiiiiii3ii!iiiiiii:: inif SOCIAL AND PERSONAL. Items of Interest About Topeka People mid Visitors in Town. Mrs. Eugene Wolfe and Miss Laura Douthitt gave a card party Thursday af ternoon for the younger ladies. The score cards were miniature ladders in Bilver and gilt; the rounds of Miss Carrie Clarkson received the most punches and Miss Alice Prescott'a showed the least, each being rewarded with an appropri ate prize. Mr. M. Loewenstein, of Kansas City, epent Wednesday in Topeka on business. Mrs. J. Cohen has returned from a four months visit with her daughter in Kan sas City. Mrs. Fred Freeman entertained a few friends informally Thursday evening. P. Maloney of Junction City, is visit ing his daughter, Mrs. II. Ueaderman, for a few days. Mrs. Byron Roberts and daughter Ger ' trude are visiting in Hutchinson. Mrs. McDonald and daughter Leo, of Osage City, are spending a few days in town. Mrs. Judge Valentine has gone to Ad mire for a week's visit. Mrs. Frank Schubert will give a thim ble party next Wednesday afternoon. Mrs. II. II. Ilazlett and Mrs. Geo. Sew ard are spending the d;ty in Abilene. Richard R. Lindsay, formerly of this city, will be married on Wednesday afternoon, April 25, to Miss Grace Ham, of Kansas City. Mr. Lindsay is now Washington correspondent for the Kan sas City Times. - Mr. J. Bates, of Iowa, is the guest of Mr. and Mrs. S. R. Cope, on his way home from the mid-winter fair. The reception given Thursday evening for Dean Millspaugh and family by the Ladies' society of Grace cathedral, was . attended by more than two hundred peo ple, and was one of the pleasantest tiocial affairs of the week. The Dean and hia wife and daughter have made the best of impressions ou the people of the church, and it is one which ia likely to last. Mr. Howard Lawrence and his pupils furnished mandolin music during the entire evening, and ices and cake were served by the choir boys. The re ception committee was composed of Mesdames D. W. NellLj, & E. Sheldon, liichard Sundry, A. L. Davis and J. R. j Little AND KANSAS AVSltfTTE. I NEW PROCESS, ORIGINAL KITCHELL & EIARBUEG. m 120 E. 8 th St. OPEN EYENINGS. :tjell, "V". Dennis, assisted by Misses Mame Horton, Edna Best, Margaret Dudley, Ellen Vail, Jennie Lescher and Blanche Dienst. Mr. and Mrs. Clarence Skinner cele brated the twelfth, anniversary of their marriage last evening by entertaining a small company of intimate friends. A clever idea, and one which is new and original, was introduced by the hostess, who distributed slips of paper, num bered, with a skeleton proverb written on each. When the numbers were called the guest holding a corresponding num ber read his proverb, with the blanks filled out as he thought they should be. Miss Daisy Copeland rendered some delightful music on the piano. Light refreshments were Berved to Mr. and Mrs. J. A. Troutman, Mr. and Mrs. J. E. McLeod, Mr. and Mrs. P. I Nes- baum, Mr. and Mrs. Herbert Hackney, Mr; and Mrs. E. L. Copeland, Mr. and Mrs. H. E. Overholt, Mrs. McKircher, Miss Daisy Copeland, and George Hack ney, Jr. A X.avrn Fete Coining:. The event of next month will be tho "Lawn Fete' to be given the 18th of May on the Bethany grounds. Miss Arnold will be assisted by the teachers and young ladies of the college. A band will be engaged to play during the evening and ice cream and cake will be served from small tables by girls in pretty frocks. A May pole "will be another feature, and the grounds illumi nated with Japanese lanterns will pre sent a fairy-like appearance. Jso invita tions will be issued and the young peo ple may look forward to the affair with the pleasantest anticipations. Sirs. Peterson's Tea Party. Mrs. J. M. Peterson gave a charming tea .party Wednesday afternoon, includ ing the following ladies: Mrs. J. Boyle, Mrs. Chas. Moeser, Mrs. Frank Gutscli, Mrs. Wessler, Mrs. L. Truppe, Mrs. J. Webber, Mrs. A. Renke, Mrs. John Greif, Mrs." L. Bergman, Mrs. Lewis Scherer, Mrs.' Geo. Weuthe, Misses Julia Moeser, Emma Greif, Guste Miller and others. Mrs. Edwin Hillyer gave a "Kettle drum" yesterday afternoon in her pleas ant rooms in the Columbian building, which were adorned with pink and white carnations for the occasion. She was assisted in entertaining the dozen' ladies by her daughter, Mrs. H. L. P. Hillyer of Iowa. - 718 fas A. Thimble Party. Miss Edna Lee gave a thimble party this afternoon to a dozen friends. Her guests were Misses Russell, Gertrude Smith, Violet and Alena Church, Louise Buroham, Alta and Mamie Dennis, Miss Spencer, Florence Greer, May Lange, Nettie Miller and Mrs. Will Johnson. jSORTII TOPEKA. Item of Interest from the North Side of tne .Hirer. E. C. Garner is sick at his home on Monroe street. Mr. and Mrs. Ed Cunningham are .the parents of an infant son. Mrs. C. F. Wolcott of Atchison is visit ing herdaughtef, Mrs. Dr. L. A. Ryder. Will Fieger returns to St. Marys to night, after a week's visit to his parents.' "Doc" Ward came in from the west yesterday, to spend Sunday with hia familv. E. W. Kellog of Glasco, is visiting W. II. Henthorne at his home on Harrison street. Miss Linnie Strouse is dangerously ill of pneumonia at the home of her sister, Mrs. Ed Cunningham. The Shawnee county convention of the Christian church, will begin next Mon day evening at 1010 North Kansas avenue. W. W. Crittenden returned last night from a trip as far west as Salina. He say9 crops are looking well and there has been good rains in that part of the state. He says that in portions of western Kansas people are greatly discouraged over the crop outlook and many orders for goods, which he took, have been since countermanded. Now at half price. Cabinet bust photos, medallion $ 1, ordinary $1.50, extra-ordinary $2, and handsome scroll $2.50 per dozen. Geo. Aldridge, 1015 North Kansas avenue. Fine dinner and tea sets sold on the installment plan at W. H. Wood's, 835 Kansas ave. J. LL Foucht will sell you a full leather top buggy with a $10 harness for $75 spot cash. Take your prescriptions to A. J. Arnold & Son. 821 Kansas ave. Established 1870. Leave orde r3 for bakery goods at St. Louis bakery, 1008 Kansas avenue. A complete line of homeaepathic reme dies at A. J. Arnold's & Son. Go to Henry's for all khids of pump repairs, b.i'J Kansas avenue. Bottom prices on pumps at Henry's, 839 Kansas avenue. The streets were enlivened by another exciting runaway yesterday afternoon. A lady and a little four-year-old old girl were driving in a buggy when the horse became frightened and upset the buggy, throwing the driver out. The buggy righted and the horse started homeward at break neck speed. When he was finally stopped the child was still occupy ing the seat, neither frightened nor in jured. No damage was done except some slight bruises which the lady sus tained in her fall. The Republican League club met at the engine house last night, immediately after the adjournment of the commercial club meeting and was called to order by the vice president, A. J. Kane. D. T. Gregg was made temporary secretary. The election of officers was the main business before the meeting and resulted as follows: President, A. J. Kane; vice president 1st precinct, G. W. Carey; 2nd precinct, P. W. E. Stewart; 3rd precinct, O. D. Skinner; secretary, D. T. Gregg; treasurer, F. L. Cooper; executive com mittee, 1st precinct, A. A. Rowley; 2nd precinct, Harry Safford; 3rd precinct, O. D. Skinner. It was decided to meet on the second and fourth Mondays of each month during the campaign. INSOLENT TO THE" COURT Who Ordered Hint to Be Again Locked In His Cell. James Riley was arrested this morn ing in North Topeka by Officer Owens on the charge of being drunk. Owens and Night Jailer Pickens both testified that he was drunk, but he was indignant that he should have been arrested. lie started to say once that he was crazy and not drunk when the officials were testifying, but when he was called upon lo make a statement and the judge asked him to hold up his hand, he said angrily as he slowly raised his hand: "All right, there it is, if that will satisfy you." "Take him back and lock him up until he learns how to act in court," commanded Judge Ensminger and he mvas again put behind the bars. How's This! We offer One Hundred Dollars Re ward for any case of Catarrh that cannot be cured by Hall's Catarrh Cure. F. J. Cheney & Co., Props., Toledo, O. We the undersigned, have known F. J. Cheney for the last 15 years, and believe him perfectly honorable in all business transactions and financially able to carry out any obligation made by their farm. . West & Trcax, Wholesale Druggists, Toledo, O. Waldisg, Kissas & Marvin, Whole sale Druggists, Toledo, O. Hall's Catarrh Cure is taken internally, acting directly upon the blood and mucous surfaces of the system. Price 75c. per bottle. Sold by all Druggists. Testimonials free Are You Troubled With Constipation or Sick Headache? If so, why not ty Beggs' Little Giant Pills? It only take3 one pill a day; forty pills in a bottle. One bottle will cure you, and only costs 25c Sold and warranted by W. R. Kennady, 4th and Kas. Ave. BROS., All KoaUls Doing m, Lartre ButlatH and Prosperity Ahead. AH of the railroads .running into To peka report a steady increase of busi ness in. all departments. The v Santa Fe is witnessing a decided improvement in both" freight and passenger traffic and is handling an unusual quantity of local freight. Its live stock business for this season is immense and traffic managers of the road anticioate that this season's stock shipments will exceed that of any other one season in the history of the road. Several thousand head of cattle have been shipped from Texas to the Indian Territory for feeding" and there are several thousand more to come. The Missouri Pacific is also - having enough business to keep it busy both in local freight and car lots, and is just now handling a large number of cars of wheat and corn bound for New Orleans, some of it export. The Rock Island and the Union Paci fic also report a large increase in freight transportation. ALL ALONG THE LINES. Railroad Newt Item Interesting to Kail roaders and the Public. The Missouri Pacific pay-car will be nere Jiionaay. Santa Fe engine 69 is on a trial trip to Meriden today. Santa .Fe way-car No. 59 comes into the shops today for repairs. T. B. Tibbitts of Denver, visited the railroad offices here yesterday. There are now five engines in the San ta Fe round-house for repairs. The Santa Fe has a force in the yards today rebuilding all the switches. Firsman George Crosson of the Santa Fe has returned to work after a short lay off. It may not be worthy of comment that all-the-Santa Fe trains are exactly ou time today. J. II. Lyon, general passenger agent of the Missouri Pacific at Kansas City, i3 in town today. J. P, O'Dell, sheriff of Seward county was in town last evening ou business with the Santa Fe. The Santa Fe car shops are building several entirely new refrigerator cars for tho coming season. The Santa Fe has been unusually lucky in its freeness from accidents in the past three months. J. H. Nichols of St Joseph, traveling passenger agent of the C. B. & Q., was in lopea this morning. A. A. Hurd, the Santa Fe's solicitor for Kansas, leaves today with his family for a short visit to southern California. R. W. Blair of the Union Pacific law department returned last evening from Coucordia, where he has been attending a land case. J. F. Mackey, who has .been appointed by the postoffice department to tend to the weighing of the mails at Topeka for a month beginning with Monday, is in the city. Mrs. Edward II. Whorf, wife of the as sistant manager of the Mexican Central, passed through Topeka yesterday after noon with a party of lady friends on their return to the City of Mexico from Chi cago. There was a fine general rain yester day and last night all over Kansas, ac cording to reports from all the railroad offices. Even the dry district at Pratt and Dodge City had a good twenty-four hours soaking, and the Kansas farmer is happy. B. L. Mc.C'ain, traveling passenger agent of the Chicago & Alton railway, who is quite well known in Kansas, will on May 1st become . general agent of the passenger department of the company with headquarters in New York. Engineer Ford was at the throttle of the engine which pulled Secretary of War Lamont from Ft. Riley to Lawrence this week. The distance from Ft. Riley to Lawrence is ninety-six miles, and it was made in exactly one hour and forty minutes, or a fraction less thau fifty-four miles per hour. This is the last day of the Santa Fe's special Midwinter rate to California and the old rates will be restored in the morning. Tomorrow, instead of $35.50 for round trip, a July 15 limited round trip ticket will cost $65.50. The nine months round trip ticket will cost $80. One way going continuous passage, first class, $50; second class, $35. Provided the now pending rates can be secured in time the Kansas Immigration company, of which James A. Troutman, of this city, is president, will run a special-excursion from Chicago to Kansas on May 28th. The train will stop at all points in the state practicable and will be followed by a series of excursions to Kansas from other points during the sum mer. SHOPS A N I) OFFICES, Some News Notes of Personal and Gen eral Interest. General Attorney George R. Peck will return to Chicago tomorrow. The Kansas City ticket agents are pass ing through New Mexico today. Rock Island Agent F. E. Steward of Salina, was in town last evening. Burlington Agent G. H. Baxter of Kan sas City, was in town last evening. The Rock Island pay car left this morn ins on its monthly mission of mercy. S. M. Charles, traveling passenger agent of the Rock Island, is in town. John Hodge, master car builder for the Santa Fe, ha3 returned from Chicago. James Dun, chief engineer of the San ta Fe, returned from Kansas City today. Superintendent of Hospitals J. R. Fay, of the Santa Fe, has returned from Chan ute. Car Service Superintendent Konns of the Santa Fe h.as returned from his east ern trip. Cashier F. E. Dietrich, of the Rock Island, left today for St. Louis, to meet his wife on her return from Kentucky. The Santa Fe land department has re ceived a fifty pound slab of zinc from Girard, Kansas. It was presented by Wm. Gardner, mayor of Girard. The passenger department of the San ta Fe is preparing and will soon issue 50,000 40-page illustrated folders of Ok lahoma territory. Thos. Burke, chairman of the firemen's standing board, and C. N. Arnold, chair man of tho firemen's local grievance committee, both of Nickerson, are in the city today. Joseph Labadie, Jr., of Galveston, is in town, representing the Galveston board of trade. He is advertising the coast II. M. HALE INTRODUCTORY Which Will Continue Till Closing Time 01 If iliTfft Read Carefully the Following Price List: Best Table Oil Cloths $ 19 5000 yards Full Standard Fancy Prints 4 American Shirting Prints 04 American Indigo Prints 44 The Best L. L. Muslin .4 Peperrell Fine Brown Muslin OO Fine Soft Finish Bleached Muslin 5vsi 9-4 Peperrell Brown Shirting 17 Arlington Cheviott 4 West Brook Dress Gingham OT Amoskeag Staple Check Gingham , 03 N Stevens Brown Crash, 19 in 8a P Stevens Brown Crash, 17 in Kingston T. R. Damask ; 20 G. and W., T. R. Damask, 60 in 32V Lewiston T. R Damask, 6) in 39 German Silk Finish Henrietta, 44 in GS Half Wool Henrietta, 3G in 21 Flat Cambrics, 64x64 4H' Richardson & Beldings, 100 yd. Spool Silk 07 All colors in a good Moire Ribbon Nos. 5 at Jc, 7 at 6C " 9 at 7c, 12 at 8- Immense Corset at 34c, worth 50 R. V. Corset at 40c, worth 65 O. K. Corset at 50c, worth 75 Fast Black Corset at 38c, worth 75 No. 201 Kabo High Bust, at $1.00, worth 1 50 No. 103 Kabo Corset, at 75c, worth 1 Q9 Hau-Ton Corset Waist, at 70c, worth 1 OO See our Ladies' Ve3ts at gc and 7c. Jean Pants at 95c, worth ; 1 25 Cottonade Pants at 95c, worth ' 1 25 Full Shaped Cheviott Shirts at 48c, worth. 75 Full Shaped Domet Shirts at 48c, worth 75 No. 550 Rockford Socks at 7c, worth , ., lO 8 oz. Blue Overalls at 48c, worth 65 Good Suspender at 10c, worth 25 Neptune Waterproof Collars at 10c, worth -. 20 "Job Lot" Linen Collars at 5c, worth 20 Ladies' Black Hose at 10c, worth 15 Remember this sale HALE 827 Moitli Kansas Avenue. House Painting, Paper Hanging, Hard Wood Finishing A SPECIALTY. Wall Paper, a LATEST IESIGNS. Large Stock TO SELECT FROM. Work Guaranteed AND SUPERINTEDED BY ME PERSONALLY. H. C. LANG. 908 Kansas Ave. country of Texas throughout Kansa9 and will pro further east. A St. Paul, Minn., young man will make a trip over the Northern . Pacific road, on a railroad velocipede. The railroad would not consent to the trip un til a paper releasing it from all damage claims had been Bigned. The Grrat Itoek Island Route. Lowest rates everywhere. Best track, fastest time, finest cars. Solid vestibuled trains, with through sleepers. IL O. Garvet, City Ticket and Passenger Agent, 601 Kansas avenue, Topeka, Kan. Yellw, Dried I'p and Wrinkled. Is this the way your face looks? If so; try Beggs' Blood Purifier and Blood Maker. It not only purifies the blooci, but renews it. and gives your face a bright youthful appearance. Sold and warran ted by W. R. Kennady, 4th and Kas. Ave Kansas City and Return SX.OO. Qn April 17th, 18th. 19h, 20th and 21 8t the great Rock Island Route will sell tickets to Kansas City and return for two dollars, good to return on or before April 22d. H. O. Gabvky, City Ticket and Passenger Agent, 601 Kansas ve Topeka, Kansas, Read the "Wants." Many of them are as interesting as news items. Sea if it is not bo. ' ' 1 B. 3EL .EVA1TS. SALE i! " i 14th inst continues five days only. & EV. J. M. KMXOMT, ANTI-COMBINE UNDERTAKER, 404-40U 14.1! H. Ave, And 843 Kas. Ave., Sorth Topeka. ET'Fiirniture, f'arppts, irare on Easy Payments. Stoves. Qnan. Pltone 5a. O. H. HTTOHES. 6ltiLi N. Kas. Are. Banjo Specialist. Instruction. Banjos, music and strings lor sale. No. 835 KANSAS AVE. NORTH TOP K& Ho. 335 Nowistlio time, and W. II. WOUN' Hardware Store Is the place to buy your POULTRY NETTING. CONCERT, Saturday Eva., AT April 14, V. 0 M35 Xorlli Kana Avenue. 1 have decided to pive North To peka what it lias never had betore a complete line of QUEESWA! To this end I have purchased nnd am nowplacintt on my shelves Two Car lioailn of goods, selected from the best markets, 'lhese goods V'ill be arranged for Inspection by SATURDAY EV April 14th, and I wish everybody to come and see them. For the enter tainment of visitors I have secured Prof. Heck's Orchestra aud a number of other musicians and a de lightful evening will be afforded all wlio come. FREE! Come out everybody, seo these poods, hear the muoio and get acquainted. ffilOO 835 H0RTH KAKSAS A VENUS. TOPEKA. T1XAIISFER. iBnBBBBC O M P A N Y , SO Kas. Ave. Tele. 3 P. P. BACON, prop. FBEE WOOD'S,