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STATE JOURNAL, SATURDAY EVENING. MAY 26. 1894. UNSOSPECTEDDAHGERS That Is Wbat We All Suffer tie Most From. ASD KNOW TEB LEAST ABOUT. The fnrprilnjc Eiperlene f the Wire arOne or Sfew York' Beat BuUet Mao. Tbera ara men, and women, too, who are suffering with dull and indeflnate pains in various parts of the body, who feel unaccountably weary, who are often feverish, have loaa of appetite, strange bearing-down sensations, general feelings of melancholy and who do not know the reason. It is surprising how much these troub les are increasing, and it is marvelous that so few people know what they mean. There la but one cause for all these things and that la disordered kidneys. All these troubles are the first aymtoms of Bright's disease of the kidneys, which, unless promptly checked, is certain to result in serious sickness or death. There is nothing so little understood, yet so dangerous,as thia great modern disease. It attacks people in all walks of life, steals upon them unawares, and fixes Itself upon the life before its presence is realized. It is fortunate that medical and chemi cal science has discovered a remedy for this great modern monster. Any man or woman suffering from the first symptoms of Bright's disease can postively be re lieved of these symtoms and restored to perfect health by acting promptly and taking the right remedy in time. There is but one certain cure for all these troub les and that is Warner's Safe Cure. This is not an idle statement, but one which has been tested and proven in the experi ence of thousands of sufferers in both continents. Testimonials innumerable to tais effect could be given. Here is one from the wife of Mr. D. W. Warren, a well-known and prosperous New York merchant, whose place of business is at Noa. 120, 122 and 124 Franklin at. Mr. Warren says: "About eight years ago my wife was troubled with what she thought was rheu matism. The doctor insisted upon it ! that she had Bright's disease and inform ed her that she was in such a deplorable condition that it was impossible for medi cine to do her any good. My wife had heard of Warner's Safe Cure through some of her lady friends, who call upon her from time to time,with whom she con versed about her illness, and they sug gested its use, though she had also read about it herself and had formed a favor able opinion of it. Immediately after the discouraging information imparted to her by her physician she concluded she would use the Cure and accordingly phe let her physician go. lie was our family doctor and a very reputable man. No. 717 and No. 719 r oil iwy!U INDUCEMENTS FOE YOU TO TRADE WITH US. -r-r CLOAK DEPARTMENT. - We have reduced our entire stock of Cloaks and Capes. A Black Broadcloth Cape, worth 12.00, selling now for $9.00; 9.50 one selling for 7.00; $10.00 for 88.50: 12.75 for $10.25; 15.00 for $11.95. Tan Broadcloth Capes, regular 15.00 Cape, for $11.95; 17.50 for $11. J 5. We are also selling a beautiful Broadcloth Cape, trimmed with silk braid for $5.00. It is worth double the money. Cloak in Black and Tan equally as cheap. DRESS GOODS DEPARTMENT ' a a a a Here is a department where your dollars will go farther than any place in town. You can't realize the value of our double fold Worsted Suiting selling for 18c, without seeing it. Storm Serges in Black and Colors. Scotch Fabrics 40, 45 and 52 inches wide, selling now very cheap. Fine Serges, formerly sold for 1.09, our price now is 75c yard. Novelty Suiting reduced from 1.15 to 88c yard. Pattern Dress Goods are also put in this sale, together with the Silk and Wool and all Wool Goods. This is a splendid time to buy a nice Novelty Suit very reasonable. Look at our Plain and Fancy Duck Suiting that are selling for 15c yard. Also any Scotch Ginghams that are reduced from 25c to 15c yard. We reduced all of our Pongees to 8c yard. This is a good time for you to buy your white WAISTS buy them when the stock is full. Our assort ment is large and our prices are the lowest. Are you looking for LACES ? If so, we can suit and please you. Our assortment is very attractive. Do not purchase a eheaply trimmed Hat or Bonnet, when you can buy a nice, stylish one here for the same money. STEYEHSON & At that time my wife was In bed, perfect ly helpless. She coald not move either hand er foot and had to have an assistant turn her every few moments. After tak ing the medicine for three months she received very material relief, and she continued on with it for six months long er, when she could turn herself and move about the bed considerably. She still continued the treatment for six months more, having very great faith in the Safe Cure, at the en4 of which time she could walk. Thia was about six years ago. She finally recovered her health and is now as well as most people of her age,can walk three or four miles, get in and out of a carriage without assistance, though upwards of seventy years of age. When ever she feels anything like a return of her old troubles, such as pains in her knees or back, she immediately has re course to the Safe Cure, which she deems indespensable, and whicjh she firmly be lieves has been the means of Earing her life." IN ME3I0HY OF BOYS IN BLUE Memorial Services at Hamilton, Ball, gnadiy, May 2 7, 1894, at 3 P. SI. Programme Introduction by Chap lain G. W. Burge; song, America, led by Comrade O. Wr. Fox; prayer by Kev. T. K. Thoburn, son of a veteran; song; ser mon by Comrade M. F. McKirahan; Bontr; benediction. The public is invited. KANSAS PATENTS. Patents granted to citizens of Kansas for the week ending May 23, 1894, reported through the office of J. F. Beale, solicitor of patents, 606 F street, N. W., Washington, D. C. L. E. Campbell, Arkansas City, toe weight; W. B. Hull, Wellington, clevis; F. B. Johnson, W. li. Hall, vV. Vakley and C. F. Currey, Topeka, asssignors to Johnson Syndicate Construction com pany of Topeka, process and apparatus for the manufacture of gas; A. V. Lane. Fredonia, wire and slot-fence machines; F. A. Olivia, Alten, band cutter and feeder for threshing machine; Henry Ott, Ottawa, fountain brush; 11 S. Phelps, Leavenworth, time-lock. noma'' 'republicans. The first am al neeting of the Kan sas Woman's ltelican association will be held June 5, at 704 and 706 Kansas avenue, in Capital lodge Ko. 392, I. O. O. F. hall at 10 a. m. and 2:30 p. m. In the eveninsr the meeting will be held at Hamilton hall on Quincy street at 8 p. m. All meetings will be free and open to the public. It is not what its proprietors say, but what Hood's Sarsaparilla does, .that tells the story of its merit. Hood'a Sarsapa rilla cures. Attention Lincoln Circle Xo. 1. A meeting is called for on Monday, May 28. at 3 p. m. at which all members are requested to be present, business per taining to Decoration day to be trans acted. By order of Nellie McGregor, President, Fannie Davis, Secretary. To restore gray hair to its natural color as in youth, cause it to grow abundant and Btrong, there is no better preparation than Hall's Hair Renewer. Pond's school begins Juna 4. Kansas Avenue. 7 Wf a I CO SOCIAL AND PERSONAL. Items of Int.r.it About Topeka nt Visitors la Town. Mrs. S. L. Seabrook entertained a few ladies yesterday afternoon, compliment ary to Mrs. Harry Frost of Chicago and Mrs. Hall of Logansport, Ind. The guests were Mrs. W. W. Manspeaker, Mrs. E. J. Beamer, Mrs. Henry Dowding, Mrs. S. B. Brett, Mrs. Edwin Knowles, Mrs. S. Gunther, Mrs. W. E. Culver, Mrs, T. Webb, Mrs. M. M. Miller, Mrs. Geo. B. Palmer, Mrs. Willard Hall, Mrs. F. P. MacLennan, Airs. Horace Hall, Mrs. Sim Bear, Mrs. N. Wemple, Mrs. E. I Cope land, Mrs. W. 8. Lindsay, Mrs. A. II. Bates; Misses B. Landitrraw, Kate Gun ther, Winnie Miller, Florence Merton, Kate Bowes, Mary MacLennan, Mary McCord Frost, Agnes Gunther, and Mary Louise Culver. Sirs. Mnlran Entertains. Th immediate relatives of the Mul vane family were entertained yesterday afternoon by Mrs. G. J. Mill vane, at her home on Taylor street, and the guests of honor were: Mrs. Dent, Mrs. Br. Brown, and Mrs. D. Mulvane, all of Newcomers town, Ohio. In such a congenial com pany no one was at a loss for something to eay, and they talked over old times a nd related anecdotes of family interest. Some recitations by Misses Margaret and Virgiline Mulvane, and some music by the hostess contributed not a little to the general enjoyment, and tea was served in the dining room. The guests were Mrs. Joab Mulvane, Mrs. David Mul vane, Mrs. John R. Mulvane, Mrs. K. E. Freeman, Mrs. L..G-. Bass, Mrs. Dwight Alfred, Mrs. Byfon Roberts, Mrs. Joe Hankla; Misses Margaret, Virgiline and Lucille Mulvane. Besides the relatives there were Mrs. Walker and Miss Kate Putnam of Bethany. An Afternoon Reception. Misses Hortense Kelly and Leila Par malee received nearly a hundred of their friends yesterday afternoon in the form er's home, from four until six o'clock. Miss Parmalee wore a gown of white Swiss with trimmings of Valenciennes laqe and Miss Kelly was attired in white silk, and they were assisted in receiving by Mrs. Arthur Capper, Mrs. Will Eastman, Mrs. Ed Small and Mrs. C M. tiheldon. At the sherbet table Misses Jessie Small Dora Furman and Henrietta Thompson presided and lemonade was served by Misses Margaret Dudley and Anna Bar tholomew. General Social Notes. Clay W. Holmes, manager Elmira, N, Y. Advertiser, and mother, are guests of Mrs. T. J. Hankla, 815 Western avenue. Miss Gertrude Beadt of Beatrice, Xeb., is the guest of Miss Josephine Colby. Mrs. J. T. Sweezey and Mrs. Wm. H. Sweezey have returned from California. Harry J. Black who has been visiting his parents, Mr. and Mrs. J. M. Black, has returned to Dayton, Ohio. Mr. Geo. Ronsavell returned to Chica go today and Mr. J. E. Crockett accom panied him. Miss Leila Parmalee will leave next Wednesday for a visit in St. Louis and Fort Madison, la. Mr. P. Carrie has returned from Cali fornia. Will Wadsworth has returned from Chicago and will spend the summer here. Mrs. Kobt. Cross and daughter Kate of Ottawa, are visiting Mrs. Geo. W. Clark. Mrs. A. B. Quinton will leave next Thursday for a visit in St. Louis. Miss Oral Chipps is home from Wa mego. Mr. Otto Allbrecht, who was the guest of Mr. A. .Langleldt, returned to Daven port, la. Eph Kepley of Manhattan, will spend Sunday in town. Mr. and Mrs. Chas. Gleed and Mrs. G. T. Nicholson Jeft today for California. Mr. A. Laagfeldt spent yesterday in Kansas City. Mr. and Mrs. Chas. Garvey have re turned from Lake Charles. La. Mrs. Dell Keizer and Mrs. J. K. Hud son have gone to Colorado tiprings. Rev. T. S. Sands has gone to Clay Cen ter. Miss Jessie Lewelling and Miss Ber tha Cannon of Des Moines, are visiting a few days in Wichita. Miss Z. M. Zook has gone to Fairview, Kan., for a visit. The Cosmos club composed of the fol lowing members, went to Carbondale yesterday to spend the day with the Reading club there: Mesdarnes Wral9h, Gordon, MaGregor, Brussman, Wood, Davis, Milligan, Shaw, Washburn and McFarland. Miss Emma Kaul of Holton, is visiting Mrs. W. F. King on Topeka avenue. Miss Anna Jones attended the Kappa Gamma party in Lawrenca, last evening. Mr. Geo. Davidson will leave next week for Colorado Springs, to spend the summer. ' There will be a tally-ho party next Tuesday night. Mrs. J. M. Torrence will entertain the Caledorean club on Tuesday afternoon of next week. Miss Mabel and Nellie Wenner of Hol ton, are visiting in the city, and Miss Maggie Nesbaum entertained them at tea last evening. The Iroquois club gave a club party Thursday evening at Wetherall's hall, and after ten games had been played and the scores counted, Mrs. J. M. Pad gett was given the first prize and Miss Buelah Parker tha consolation. Dancing was enjoyed informally, and the entire party adjourned to Hopkins'. Mrs. T. S. Lord of Kansas City, ia the guest of Mrs. C. O. Knowles. Mrs. L B. Snow has returned from Wichita. Mrs. H. H. Hazelett returned yester day from Chicago. Mr. Geo. M. Seward has returned from a business trip in the sou them part of the state. Mrs. Harry Frost is the guest of Mrs. S. L. Seabrook this week, and yesterday afternoon Mrs. Seabrook entertained a small company in her honor. Cards are out announcing the mar riage of Miss Clara Weaver of Atchison and Mr. James F. Simms on June 6. at Trinity church. Miss Weaver has visited Mrs. R. WT. Day in this city several times and has graced a number of social func tions here. Mrs. J. C. McClintock will give a thim ble party next Wednesday afternoon. Mr. Clayton Burdick of Nortonville is visiting his cousin, L W. Burdick, at 1928 Harrison street. Mrs. Mary R. Smith of Maple Hill is the guest of her son, R. S. Smith, at 1933 Harrison street. Mrs. F. II. Vesper has gone to Padu cah, Ky., to visit relatives. Mrs. Henry Keeler entertained three tables at whist Thursday. Parties going to Emporia will find the Leland Hotel, opposite Santa Fe depot, a first-class house on American and Eu ropean plan. Lunch counter and restau rant open all night. NORTH TOPEKA. Item, a' Interest Irom th. Storth KUle af Robert Shaw of Holton is in the city visiting friends. Miss May Row of Westport, Ma, is the guest of Miss Katie Petro. S. E. Crockett went to Chicago this aft ernoon on a business trip. Miss Clara Hoffman has gone on a vis it to her home at. Clifton, Iowa. Mrs. Laura Bannister of Kansas City, is visiting her parents Mr. and Mrs. Irons. Geo. Fowler, of Ottawa, who has been visiting his brother, EL U. Fowler, has returned home. The Menoken township Sunday school convention will meet at Pleasant Ridge church tomorrow at 10 o'clock. C. E. Brown and Miss Alice Brown of Kansas City are visiting the family of A. O. Rorabaugh and will remain over Sun day. 1 4 Rev. C. L. Wilton, of Ft. Scott, will preach for the Christian church, at 1010 Kansas avenue, at 11 o'clock tomorrow morning. Miss Anna'Groves of Atchison is in the city visiting her brother, Richard Groves, jr., and her friends, Misses Grace and Bessie Root. Mr. and Mrs. Belheimer, who have been visiting their daughter, Mrs. 'Will Sheetz, returned to their home in Mis souri today. Tlie foundation of the North Topeka Christian church is nearing completion. The bill of lumber for the church has been placed. Prof. Heck's full orchestra at W. H. Woods' Queensware Emporium Saturday night May 26. Come out and hear the good music and see the fine patterns in glass and queensware which we are re ceiving every day. Ladies especially invited. No. 833 North Kansas avenue. See the 50 well drilled young ladies at Hamilton Hall tonight. Extra nice spring chickens for Sunday dinner at Ed Beuchner's. Do not fail to see one of the best en tertainments of the season at Hamilton Hall tonight. When you need lumber give E. P. Ewart, the new dealer a call, 1012 Kan sas avenue, north. Monarch gasoline stoves at Henry's. Go to Henry's for roofing and spout ing. Lukens Bros, are selling full leather top buggies and harness, for $60. "Taseyour prescriptions to A. J. Arnold & Son, H21 Kansas ave. Established 1610. A complete line of nomecepatmc reme dies at A. J. Arnold's & Son. Get your tennis shoes at the Blue Front shoe store, 820 Kansas avenue. Miss Lettie Wolford, who has been spending some time with her sister, Mrs. G. W. Hamilton, has returned to her home in Logansport, Indiana. Kansas avenue was swept last night, and the street force was out this morn ing carting away the mud. The opera tion should be repeated at short inter vals. Mrs. Dr. S. E. Jonhston of Leaven worth is visiting a few days at the home of her uncle and aunt, Mr. and Mrs. Frank A. Root, at 829 North Quincy street. The association of colored Sunday school teachers will meet at the Baptist church on First street tomorrow. The meeting will be addressed by Hon. J. H. Foucht. Mrs. E. H. Evans, of the firm of Hale & Evans, arrived yesterday from Great Bend with her family, and will reside here, devoting part of her time to the dry goods department of the business. The little daughter of C. A. Herring, residing at 1119 Central avenue, fell from her pony yesterday afternoon and par tially dislocated her wrist. From Dr. Rau'b, who was called to see her, it is learned that the injury is not serious. There will be a junior and citizens' mass meeting to afternoon at 3 o'clock at the Second Presbyterian church. Mr. Wainwright, junior superintendent Ill inois Christian Endeavor union will ad dress the meeting. The junior chorus of 125 children will sing. Mr. and Mrs. Ed Rousell and Miss Gertie Davidson all of Lawrence, are the guests of the family of J. T. Long, 1013 Quincy street Mr. Rousell is general secretary of the Fraternal Aid associa tion and they came up to attend the dancing carnival at Hamilton halL decoi atio5TjTa v. Major Geo. W. Weed Issues Orders Re lating to the Procession. Major Geo. VV. Weed, chief marshal for the Memorial day exercises, has made the following, announcement: Having been appointed chief marshal for Memorial day parade, I have estab lished headquarters at Lincoln Post hall, 118 East Sixth street. The following di vision commanders and aides-de-camp have been appointed: Fir3t division G. O. Wilmarth. . Second division J. S. Collins. Third division Comrade Willis Edson. Aides-de-camp J. E. Stewart, Peter Heil, James Kerr, E. Brings, C. G. Shearer, Louis Bradford, W. M. Cole man, Dan F. Wyatt, J. L. Wilcox, Major J. E. Anderson, K. N. G.; Colonel Joel Hun toon. They will be respected and obeyed ac cordingly. Geo. W. Weed, Chief Marshal. Stereoptlcan Entertainment. At First Christian Church Monday evening. May 28. Entertaining lecture by Rev. H. Millner Black, recently from Melbourne, Australia, who made a per sonal selection of views from Australia and New Zealand. Admission 15 and 25 cents; for benefit of Sunday school. EXCURSION TO FOHT RILEY. Mat 30th, 1S94. A fine programme arranged for the entertainment of visitors. Special train will leave Topeka 10 a. m., two hours run to Fort Riley, returning 9 p. m. Fort Riley, May 39, 189. A fine programme ia arranged for the entertainment of visitors. See the artil lery and cavalry drills, dress parade, squadron in camp, decoration day exer cises in the nation's cemetery and hear the post's fine military band. Fort Kiley. Special train will leave Topeka for Fort Riley, May 30th, 1894, at 10 o'clock a. m., returning 9 o'clock p. m. $2 for the round trip. For all information call at 525 Kansas avenue or depot office North Topeka. The A. O. U. W. orchestra band will give a free concert at Vmewood park Sunday afternoon. IT PL.OAT"S v'u 15 NOT LOST IN THE TUB. THE PROCTER GAMBLE CO. CINTL e 1 1 1 1 : 1 1 x 1 1 1 1 f3 1 i u 1 1 i i si : 1 1 : i i i 1 1 1 1 1 1 i i e : 1 1 1 1 1 i 1 1 1 1 : i m 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 . i i i s i . 1 1 i i 1 1 1 1 : w 1 1 : 1 1 ; i ; 1 1 1 i I Clothing! Clothing!! j We have a BBC MSW STOCK, H direct from the manufacturers. Ail ex- H animation by people who have judgment i! is all that we ask, to convince them, that we E5 J have the most desirable stock of Clothing jj in Topeka, at LOWER PRICES than the H people of this community have ever had a j 1 chance to buy. i H The Only One Price Cash Cloth- M ing House in the city. g H Corresponding Surprising Prices in H 1 BOTH STORES- 1 NORTH Dry Goats 27 TOPEKA. I HALE 8c EVANS, j mW li:i!i:i!!i;i!!!!l!ii!ll!IIIlllIiiniIllIil!!II!l!:!!ll!i!!III!!H!iiin!:!l!li;!il!:i!:!!!irni You see them everywhere. Columbi eye (.Their sales attest their popularity, Catalogue free at otir agencies, -or mailed for two 2-ceut stamps. WILLIAM 'lAYLOR, 'nt "or 'a"jo,Ki!1JiAA'' '" HU r Did. you sea the crowds at our storo during the last few days? We sold three times as many boy's and children's suits as we expected. P1UCE and QUALITY was our MASCOTT. Our men's suits for $10 and 515 aro the best ever shown. The LARGEST variety of NEGLIGEE shirt3 in the city. Abe J 622 KANSAS AVE. "HE THAT WORKS EASILY, WORKS SUCCESSFULLY." CLEAN HOUSE WITH US Al Clothing 12 1 les "S; POPE MFG. CO.. Bolton, New York, Chicago, Hartford, Trn gust J. M. HEIGHT, ANTI-COMBINE 4O4.AO0 H.-.S. Ave.. Aa4 843 A.va-, KortJa Vopeka. i. Staves, QnniM. war am luasy hijrmenti. xione 51.