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STATE JOURXAr,. TUESDAY EVENING. MAY 8. 1894.
yuii siiii2iiiiiiiii:iiHiiii:iiiizii2iiiixiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiii3niiiii:iiiiiiiiiiniiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiii H Here "We JLr&l .1 J How this Sound? "We Sh.aU Open About icq , .1 I Stock of Men's, Boy's and Children's Clothing, SATURDAY, MAY I2TI 5" Wait and Witness tb.e PARALYZING PRICES. Everybody Should Postpone Pnr- E c liases Preparatory for this a Dry Goods. Clothing. 1 827 NORTH KANSAS AVE. 812 1 I HALE & EVANS. j lillSl!!I!ll!lllll!III!II!l!IIIIlIII!IIIIIIIIIIIII!niUHiIllllllllIllli;i!IIII!i:i!:illl!Illllllllilil Ha cr ess cu T. .15:.'- -i i' i la1 IS. ef riser ators, Gas ol in 3 Stoves, Poultry Wire, Wira Cloth, Hardware and Tinware Shelden &Shelden, 702 KANSAS AVE. P1112!!i!li:!!!!!liil!i!llll:!ll!!!l:il!lg j WALL PAPER j 1 White Blanks ss Hnnw for lOo EE 55 per Holl. jj 2 t3FlATgesi Stock and Greatest Variety. I Paints, Oils, Glass. 55 Estimates Fur 5 nished on Paint- 55 ing: and Paper J 55 Hanging. s 55 DEfFtrstclass Paper Hangers and ESS - Painters. 1 J. L. VAN HOIJTEN, 1 EE 728 K&33AS AVf. l!!in!I!:n3!I!!:i!IIi;!iI!!Hi:iIH!!2!!!!Iiri The reputation of Ayer'8 Sarsaparilla, as a blood medicine, is maintained by daily cures. , Subscribe for the Daily StatsJouknal. , Fffv 31 TUB LITTLE STO Is now offering GREATER INDUCE3IEXTS THAN EYER IN DRY GOODS. Our selection for the Spring and Summer trade com prises TIIE MOST BEAUTIFUL PATTERNS IN DRESS GOODS, Novelties in LiACES, EACE CURTAINS, EMBROIDERIES, FANS, &c, heretofore displayed. Our assortment of seasonable goods is choice and abundant and Tvill meet your approval both in quality and price. We have also added a line of Kitchen "Ware, to which we call your attention. E LITTLE STORE ARODND THE COMER. TB RAILROAD NEWS. Items From Olflcs, Shop, Ifards anj Koaodhonsi. Jim Kay of the Santa Fe car shops, who had a foot hurt on one of the mov- i ing tables six weeks a?o, has returned irom me uitawa Hospital ana went to work this morning-. Special car 216, belonging to Supt. Mudge of the Colorado division, left the Santa Fe shops for Colorado Springs to day, and special car 100 went for repairs. Jaa. Crandall of the Santa Fe boiler shops, dropped a heavy bar of iron on one of his feet thia morning and will be off for a week or so. Santa Fe Switchman George Sholes will soon leave for Sterling, Kas., where he has an interest with a brother-in-law in a salt welL John McNeil, Will Frisbie, Orrin Smith and D. 13." Smith, all Santa Fe engineers left today for Hutchinson to attend the Knights Templar conclave. . Santa Fe Fngineer Wm. II. Hamilton left today for St. Paul, where he goes as a delegate from Topeka .to the national convention of the Brotherhood of Loco motive engineers. He will be gone about three weeks. Switchman Henry McVade of the San ta Fe, is the happy father of a new boy. Santa Fe engine 782 went olf the track at Second street this morning, but did no particular damage. Brakeman Wm. Wompler of the Santa Fe, will leave tomorrow for El Paso, where he will take charge of a freight train on the Mexican Central. Dr. T. I Newland, the Santa Fe's res ident surgeon at Ft. Madison, Iowa, is visiting in the city. The switches at the north end of the ; Santa Fe coal chute are being rebuilt Another long string of refrigerator cars went into the Santa Fe shops for re- I pairing and repainting, today. ! Santa Fe brakeman Samuel Copeland had a leg severely bruised last night, by getting it between two' barrels at Valley Falls. It will keep him idle for a week or so. Associate State Secretary of the Y. M. ! C. A., C. M. Aikens, will address the i meeting of the bible class at the Santa Fe shops Thursday noon. Santa Fe Engineer J. W. Mason, of Ar gentine, visited friends here today. ALL ALONG THE LINES. Railroad News Items Interesting; to Rail roaders and the l'ublic. The Santa Fe is selling today only tickets to home seekers to all points in Oklahoma, Indian Territory, Texas, Colo rado, Wyoming, Utah, Tennessee. Ala bama, Louisiana, Arkansas aud Missis sippi, at an open rate of one fare for the round trip. The tickets are good for 3) days with stop-over privileges one way. Chief Surgeon G. W. Hogeboom will return today from Ft. Madison where he has been inspecting the big hospital. He is getting some ideas of the needs of the Topeka hospital. C. M. Foulks, the claim agent, is in the western part ot the state settling a num ber of small claims. He is expected home tonight. It is reported at the Santa Fe general superintendent's otSce tliat a number of extra cars will be brought into use to ac commodate those who will attend the musical festival at Hutchinson. A special SHIVELT, 118 E. 6TH STREET. SHIVELY'S, 118 EAST 6TH STREET. CROWDED STORES AMD EAGER BUYERS MAKE IT SO DETAILS ARR UNNKGRSSARY. The Piles of Cotton, the Piles of Linens, the Piles of Silks and the Piles of Woolens, all placard ed, tell the story with beautiful simplicity and eloquence that is more beautiful still. train went out of Emporia today for Hutchinson. General Superintendent H. R. Nicker son is on a tour of inspection on the southern division, which extends from Newton to Purcell. He is in his special car. No. 215. General Manager J. J. Frey intended to start for Chicago today to attend a railroad meeting. He had ordered his . private car attached to train No. 6; but a party of friends from Texas called on him this morning and he decided to post pone the trip. GENERAL RAILROAD NOTES. News About Rates, Penoml and Other AKatters. Land Commissioner John E. Frost, of the Santa Fe land department, is in New Mexico. J. J. Slavens, Santa Fe traveling pas senger agent at Denver, is here on a visit. Ciarence Smith will go to Newton, where he ha3 a position in Santa Fe Su perintendent Turner's office as stenog rapher. Today the Missouri Pacific begins a rate of 40 cents per hundred on beer in car lots from St. Louis to Colorado. liailroad surgeons from all over the country pass through Topeka at the rate of fifteen or twenty a day, -on the way to their national convention at Gal veston. The Missouri Pacific railway company has paid Wyandotte county $7,042, and settled the claim of that county for $8,517 taxes against the Kansas City, Wyandotte & Northwestern. The excavating for the Santa Fe hos-. pital building has begun at the site on east Sixtli street. Abe Fulford, who hail the sub-contract, has twenty men and ten teams at work, and the excava tion will probably be completed some time next week. The work of laying the foundation and erecting the building will begin as soon thereafter as the con tract can be let. It i3 expected that the building will be well under way by the middle of June. SPIKES AND SPARKS. Personal Notes Amoog the Railroad Shops at Topeka. Ii. L. L. Cumming of the Santa Fe machine shops is visiting in Lawrence. Charley Smith, who was removed to the Ottawa hospital last week because of rheumatism, is reported as being much worse. Frank J. Gunther of the Santa Fe machine shops has bought a nice tract of land west of town and will soon convert it into a residence place. Miss Stella Tuttle, 407 Madison, and Miss Grace Page of North Topeka have returned from their visit to Lawrence. Fred Lyman, a Santa Fe machinist, has returned from his visit to Kansas City and gone to work. The ball game between the Santa Fe club and the Lowman Hill Reds last Sat urday was a victory for the former by a count dt eight to six. Charley Boyer has left the Santa Fe's Sixth street paint shop and will go into business for himself. lie will not leave Topeka. The Capital City base ball club has succeeded the Santa Fe Clippers. Jud Coe's bicycle bucked him the other day and now he is trying to raffle it oil among the Santa Fe shop boys to get an other. Bob Wright has gone to work in the Santa Fe machine shops after an illness of ten days. Jud Coe's little six-year-old son got some matches Sunday afternoon and in playing with them set fire to the barn at 428 Jiadison. .fc'ire department No. 3, ID RIB ID THE C IS IN THE HEIGHT OF ITS GX.OXT2". IT PAYS TO TRADE AT OUR STORE. Jefferson street, was called and put out the fire before much damage was done.. Chief Surgeon Geo. W. Hogeboom of the Santa Fe ia in Fort Madison, Iowa. Charley Cox, Santa Fe ticket agent at Pueblo, visited the general offices here yesterday. A GOOD THING FOR HIM. Oae Boy Thanks Judge Chesney For Sending; Him to Reform School. A young man wearing good clothes and who spoke with a pronounced Ger man accent, went into Justice Chesney's office yesterday afternoon and introduced himself to the justice as Otto Schlager. "I see you don't recognize me," the young man sa'.d. "Your face is familiar," replied the judge, "but I can't place you." 'Vell, you sent me to the Reform school five years ago, and I want to thank you for it," continued Schlager. "It was the best thing evr happened to me. It's too bad it don't help all the boys as much as it did me." The young man went on to explain that he got to running around with a bad class of boys in Topeka, and one summer during fair week he got drunk and hit au Indian with a brick, and came near sending poor Lo to the happy hunting ground. For "this offense Justice Ches ney ordered him kept in the Reform school until he should become 21 year3 of age. His term expired two years ago. He learned music at the school, played in the Reform school band, and now he is enlisted in the regular army at Ft. Leavenworth and plays in the band there. Judge Chesney was greatly pleased to find one boy whom the Reform school had succeeded in "reformiug." THEY WON'T STRIKE. Col. lu. II. Hrowj Says There'll Be Xo Coal Walkout. Col. E. IL Brown, of Girard, president of the Midway coal company, is in the city. Concerning the reported strike of the coal miners, he said: "I have heard nothing about it. I am satisfied that there is nothing whatever in the report. If they do strike it will be because of sympathy with the Pennsylvania miners. "We have no trouble as long as the agitator keeps away, but we have him just now. He comes from Ohio and Pennsylvania, but I think this time his efforts will prove futile. Our mm are making from $2.50 to $5 a day now, and they can't afford to strike. 1 do not an ticipate any trouble, and no demands have been made by the men." STATE HOUSE NOTES. Some Items of Interest Picked Office and Corridor. Up in Major A. P. Shreve of the state audi tor's office is sick. Clarence E. Roberts, engineer at the state house is visiting relatives in Ne braska. Secretary of State Osborn and Assis tant Secretary Zsrcher are on a fishing excursion at Wakarusa. W. S. Farrow ha3 presented to the state historical society sixteen views tak en during the legislative trouble last winter. Superintendent Gaines returned today from St. Marys college where he acted as judge in the oratorical contest. He is very much pleased with the school. The Insurance Post of Chicago, pub blishes in the last issue a full page poem about Superindent of Insurance Snider. A large cut represents Snider as sitting on a throne surrounded by cringing un derwriters. Secretary Coburn of the board of agri culture is receiving so many applications for his quarterly report that he says .the office is almost bankrupt pavinsr postacre. The requests come from all parts of the j United btates. NEW CORPORATIONS. Charters Secured for Companies for Var ious Purposes. The Marysville Building company of Marysville. The capital stock is f2,200. The directors are E. R. Fulton, M. J. Dingeman, Nicholas Koppes, Sidney Walter, Caspar Stauff acher,R M. Chaffee, Joseph Cohorst; all of Marysville. The First Methodist church of McCune, Kas. . The trustees are George Pierce, John H. White, F. D. Mathias, Nancy Beck and John W. Gracy. Hood's and Only Hood's. Are you weak and weary, overworked and tired? Hood's Sarsaparilla is just the medicine you need to purify and quicken your blood and to give you appe tite and strength. If you decide to take Hood's Sarsaparilla do not be induced to buy any other. Any effort to substitute another remedy is proof of the merit of Hood's. Hood's Pills are the best after-dinner pills, assist digestion, ' cure headache. Try a box. Hall's Vegetable Sicilian Hair Renew er has restored gray hair to its original color and prevented baldness in thous ands of cases. It will do so to you. NORTil TOPEKA. Items or Interest from tha North Side or the ctiver. Mrs. G. W. Lowman of Oskaloosa is visiting the family of Councilman J. D. Pattison. Dave Elder is hunting for the reporter who said he was married yesterday. It is not true. Evangelist J. A. L. Romig will preach at 1010 North Kansas avenue this even ing at 8 o'clock. The flower thieves have begun their operations early this year. Mrs. John Lapp, at 821 Harrison, put out her flow ers yesterday, and this morning they were all gone. The funeral of little Myrtle Thomp son, who died yesterday as the result of burns received at Sunday night's fire, occurred at 2 o'clock today. The inter ment was made at Rochester cemetery. The recovery of the baby is considered doubtful, as its face is very badly burned. So many societies exist in North To peka, and public entertainments in their interest are so frequent, that it is often difficult to arrange the dates so as to avoid conflict, from the fact that there is but one place suitable for such affairs. On account of this condition of affairs a movement has been started looking to the erection of a hall with stage and scenery. The various fraternal societies are trying to get together on the matter, aud if they succeed, it will probably be built before fall. The electric lights furnished by the city on this side are not operated in a manner wholly satisfactory to the people. They understand that the city is furnish ing more lights than it has power for, but they think the light should be turned on at dark and cut off in the latter part of the night if necessary. Since the leaves are on the trees it is absolutely dangerous to be on many of the streets in the early part of the evening. A full house greeted the performers in the spectacular drama ' "The King's Daughter" which was presented at Luk ens' opera house last night for the benefit of the Church of the Good Shepherd. The audience was pleased and applauded liberally. There was no comedy in the piece but there was the usual amount in the performance and. the audience laughed uproariously when the curtain was dropped on the back of a "Lord Chamberlain." The costumes were rich in color and the grand march was well executed and witn pleasing effect. The Delsarte drill was a novelty and was well received. ' The singing of Mrs. George Currier, Miss Edna Parkhurst and Miss Annie Campbell was a notable feature. Miss Stella Wallace's solo, "Entreat Me Not to Leave Thee" was especially fine as was also a piano duet by Miss Mirta Carter and Miss Grace Collins. Miis Laura Blackwell, to whose excellent training the success of the entertainment is wholly due, is a graduate of the Chi cago dramatic school and gave jmaav evidences of careful study and artistic attainment. Her poses in portrayal of a wide range of human emotions were excellently done and were greeted with marked approval. Her elocution is also good. Her musical and dramatic ability was shown to the best advantage in her role of "Vashti" when she entreats the king to restore her to her place on his throne. The piece will be repeated to night and is deserving of a good audi ence. When you need lumber give E. P. Ewarc, the new dealer a call, 1012 Kan sas aveuue, north. Monarch gasoline tove at Henry's. Go to Henry's for roofing' and Bpout ing. Lukens Bros, are selling full leather top buggies and harness? for $60. J. H. Foucht will sell you a full leather top buggy with a $10 harness for $75 spot cash. Takeyour prescriptions to A. J. Arnold & Son, 821 Kansas ave. Established 1870. Leave orders for bakery goods at St. Louis bakery, 1003 Kansas avenue. ' A complete line of homeoepathic reme dies at A. J. Arnold's & Son. Get your tennis shoes at the Bluo Front shoe store, 820 Kansas avenue. 30 in.'Serpentine Crepe at the New Era, 17c. ' Berlin Satines colors at the New Era, 17c. Price Embroideries at the New Era. Best Ladies Hose in the city for 10c New Era. 'Our New Delight" and all Dangler stoves at IL M. Climes. Shirts mended by the p-'m, J. 11. KNIGHT, ANTI-COMBINE UNDERTAKER, 404-406 K .a. Ave., And. 843 J.. Ave, North Topeka. foy"irrnilTire, Carpets, Stoves. Queens rare on ar Payments. I'lionn ft'i. Latest. Designs. Stock All New. PAINTS, 3 Wall Paper Hanin and l'aintiiit; 1 no I'.y Kiftstclns? Workmen and In l' lrscolass Style. All work Ciua ruutoed. PAINTERS' MATERIALS. Just received a new in voice of the latest designs in Wall Paper in all grades. Let me figure on your Paper Hanging and Painting. F. A. BECKSTROM, 518 JACKSON ST. O. H. HUGHES. 8IG14 N. Kas. Are Banjo Specialist, lrj Instruction. Banjos, music and struj fur sale. No . 8 3 5 H0RTaAT0pVg'l IIo . 8 3 5 Nowlsthe time, and W. II. WOODS' Hardware btore is the place to buy your POULTRY NETTING. You can savo monev by buviriir of r. w. Wlllits. 10 to 15 per cent saved on ClolU CjooUa. 1006 Kansas ave.. N. Topeka. ItcU Island Route Kxcuislon To Wichita and return at one fare for the round trip. Tickets on sale M;iy 6th, 7th, 8th, 9th and 10th; good to return not later than May 13th. To Hutchinson aud return at one faro for the round trip. Tickets on salo May 7th, 8th, 9th and 10th; good to return not later than May 13th. H. O. Garvey, City Ticket aug Pass. Agent, 601 Kansas Ave., Topeka, Ivans. The Great Itock Island Kontc. Lowest rates everywhere. Best track, fastest time, finest cars. Solid vestibuled trains, with through sleepers.. 11. O. Gakvkv, City Ticket and Passenger Agent, 601 Kansas avenue, l'opeka, Kan. Jut Kounfl the Place Where you can get your furniture re paired and also packed for shipment Cleaning and laying carpets a specialty. All kinds of general jobbing work dono on short notice. Work guaranteed by a good mechanic. No 417 West Tenth street. . Mhirts) Itepalretl. t Send your work to the Topeka steam Laundry and have therents in your shirti sewed up, free, Fine work on short notice. 'Phone .153. E. M. TVooloer, Manager. What makes a house a home? The mother well, the children rosy, the father in good health and good humor. All brought about by the use of De Witt's Sarsaparilla. It recommends itself. J. K. Jones. Good work done by the Peerle WALL mm 1 III Jul! r