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STATE JOURNAL, SATURDAY -EVJ3NTN"Gv JUNE 30. 1894.
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To Whom it Mar Concern: I have Buffered for year3 with neural pic headache and Krause's Headache Capsluos is the only remedy that has doue me any good. Would recommend them to all similarly affected. Chas. Passot, 710 A. 16th street. Sold by all druggists. For Hoarseness, Chronic Sore Throat, Hronchitia and severe throat troubles, Cubeb Cough Cure is always sure. The active principle of Cubeb cannot be gain said. All druffgista and physicians will testify to its healing properties and suc cessful action on the mucous membrane. Bold by Rowley Bros. Jat Pound, the Pises Whore you can get your furniture re paired and also packed for shipment Cleaning and laying carpets a specialty. All kinds of general jobbing work done cn short notice. "Work guaranteed by a good mechanic. No 417 West Tenth street We put on new neckbands on shirts. Feerless Steam Laundry, 112 and 114 West Eighth street. Voor Uair falling Out or Turning bray 1 If so, wby don't you try Beggs' Hair Ttenewer? It is the only positive Hair lienewer on the market. It stimulates the Hair follicles and gives the hair a oft, luxuriant, youthful appearance. Sold and warranted Ly W. li. Kennady, fourth and Kansas avenue. Have you tried the American Steam Laundry for your laundry work? If you haven't, try them. 112 W. 7th. Tele. 34L Omaha, Neb., May 4, 1891. To Whom it May Cancern; I am troubled considerably with, head che and have tried almost everything .hich is used a preventative or cure, but there is nothing that has done me so much good as Krause's Headache Cap sules. Albert Keilek. Sold by all druggist. Bests-' Little lant PUIa Are the most complete pill on the mar ket, besides being the cheapest, aa one pill is a dose, and forty doses in each bottle. Every pill guaranteed to give satisfaction Ly W. li. Kennady, 4th and Kas. Ave. Try Phillips mineral water It Is con sidered the finest water for tha stomach. 612 W. Eighth avenue. Try it For instance, Mrs. Chas. Rogers, of Bay City, Mich., accidentia spilled scalding water over her little boy. She promptly applied De Witt's Witch Uazal Salves, giving instant relief. It'a a wonderfully good salve for burnes, bruises, sores, and sure cure for Piles. J. K. Jones. tuns m VJ II 13 II Kemoyrai Frscklei, Fimpfos, liver - Moles, Eiackhescs, fc-mburn tii'l Tan, and ro. stores tho skin to oriwri- Yin.1 frefviiQ?istfi- Trrdiir Headache is the direct result of indi gestion and Stomach Disorders. Remedy theee by using De Witt's Little Early Risers and your Headache disappears. The favorite Little Pill everywhere. J. K. Jones. A satisfied customer is a permanent ons. That's why wa recommend De Witt's Early Risers. They cure constipa tion, Indigestion and Biliousness J. EL Jones. Read the "Wants." Many of them are as interesting as news items. See if it is not so. fubscribeXor the Dail BxatjkJoubiiai. WOMAN'S WORLD. A PROGRESSIVE AND AGGRESSIVE WO ! MAN'S CLUB OF CHICAGO. Will Appoint Women The Queen sit Man chester Dr. Flora A. Brewster National Council of Women Women's A-ffairs In f.gi.J A Successful Business Woman The most progressive and aggressive body of women in the United States is probably the Chicago Woman's club. It would be no easy task to enumerate aH the worthy reforms which have origi nated in this clnb and have been success fully carried out by committees of ener getic women. The Chicago university is tho only one in the history of tho world that included in its very conception the equal educational rights and privi leges of women. Two dormitory halls, presided over by women, provide re spectively a home for 200 girls. One ol these was erected by women for women and is, as far as known, the only one oi the kind. It is the gift of the women oi Chicago at a cost of f 280, 000. The fund was raised largely through the editorial efforts of Mrs. Margaret F. Sullivan ol the Chicago Herald, who showed, in able articles, what large sums women in all ages had given to help support men's colleges, while women's colleges were often badly crippled for need oi money. The club was responsive to Mrs. .Sullivan's appeals, the president head ing the list with $1,000, and in less than two weeks the funds were raised for the erection and equipment of the splendid structure. One of the most im portant steps achieved by the Chicagc clnb is the appointment of women on the Chicago school board. Mrs. Lucy Li. Flower's term is not yet expired, but she has done such satisfactory work that another woman, Mrs. Caroline K. Sher man, has been appointed lately. Mrs. Flower is considered the best represent ative of the working element for the clnb, having been for many years at the head of the reform committee. Being a teacher before she was married, and coming from the east, where women on the school boards axe taken as a mattei of fact, Mrs. Flower was well equipped for her work in the public schools. Brooklyn Eagle, Will Appoint Women. ' Mayor Schieren announced the other day that ho would appoint several wo men as members of the Brooklyn board of education next year, but that he could not make such appointments this year because he had selected 15 men to fill the vacancies which occurred on July 1 before ho received the petition of thy women to have their sex represent ed. He said: "I am sorry to say that I am so placed now that I camiot comply with the ro qnest of tlie ladies. I would like to do so, but tho list of 15 members of the board is selected. I think women should be represented in the board of education. Questions arise there which a woman seems to have a natural intuition to judge as to their practicability or im practicability. This is especially true as to the studies of children. I believe that some of these studies are entirely too severe for tho age of childhood. I believe that women mothers are more apt to judge the capacity of chil-1 dren. Men are apt to overcrowd the children. They expect too much from them. I have conversed with several of the women teachers, and they are heart ily in favor of the change. "The constitutional convention should be petitioned by the women to pass a resolution making it mandatory upon mayors or commissioners, as the case may be, to appoint at least one-third women on any board of education. For 6ome reason which I cannot understand the impression has gone out that I havo been opposed to the appointment of women. Such an impression could not have had its origin from anything I have said on the subject. I have always held the ideas I now proclaim. " Brooklyn Times. The Queen at Manchester. Imagine a short, only a little over 5 feet, rather 6tout woman, with a face, while not possessing the least sign of what we 6hould call beauty, but still showing a degree of determination and will power apparent to all, her boly in cased in a plain dress of black silk and her head surmounted with a bonnet, very plain in appearance, and you have as correct a description as it lies in my power to give of the lady whose power stretches over thousands of miles and whose word is law to millions. The first appearance of the queen in the open street was the signal lor a re markable demonstration of affection and enthusiasm on the part of the assembled multitude. Loud cheers rent the air, hats and handkerchiefs were waved, and from everywhere came cries of welcome. Her majesty arpeared greatly touched by the heartiness of -the reception ac corded her, and which she acknowledged by frequent bows to the right and left, each one of these being the signal for another outburst of cheering. At this point I could . not fail to mark the healthy appearance that her majesty presented. She seemed entirely recover ed from her long and dusty ride in the close railway carriage, and her checks showed a color that many a younger woman would have envied. As the car riage ride increased in distance her af fability was more plainly shown by nu merous bows right and left. Manches ter Letter. j Sr. Flora A. Brewster. ; Dr. Flora A. Brewster of Baltimore has won an honorable and successful place in the profession by persistent hard work. For nearly 10 years she taught school in Pennsylvania, contrib uting to the support of near relatives and pursuing studies which enabled her to graduate from the state normal school at Mansfield. In 1ST8 she went to Chicago and took the editorial man agement of Tho Newstoys' Appeal, an illustrated journal, published in the in terests of the Newsboys' home. The next year she began to stady medicine with SUMMER AFTERNOON COWNS. The figTire on the left represents a gown of figured gobelin blue china silk with cream stai-s. The bodice is trimmed -w ith white lace. There is a shirred Spanish flounce at the bottom. The frown on the right is of white sersre with white iace Liid over mauve ribbon. The double-bowed sush is of brocitde.-l ribbon, mauvs raid cream. There U a wide bertha and a gruimpe of white china silk. I)r. Julia Holmes Smith of Chicago, at the same time conducting a night school In the Newsboys' home. In 1882 she completed the course in the Chicago Homeopathic Medical college, went to Baltimore and opened an office. She ac quired a large practice during the next four years and then entered into part nership with her sister, Dr. Cora Belle Brewster. In 1889 they began the pub lication of the Baltimore Family Health Journal, which two years later was changed to The Homeopathic Advocate and Health Journal and was made a hospital journal. In 1S90 Dr. Brewster was elected surgeon and gave clinics in the new Homeopathic hospital in Bal timore. Last year she dissolved partner ship with her sister and opened a sani tarium for the medical and surgical treatment of women, which is proving a marked success. Baltimore Letter. National Council of Women. The time is now fixed for the conven tion of tho national council of women of the United States. It is for February, 1895, and is to be held in Washington. There are now 17 national associations belonging to the council, which repre sents a constituency of about 700,000 women. The executive committee of the council has passed resolutions on the subject of dross reform, favoring patri otic instruction, divorce reform and an equal standard of morality for men and women. The resolution on divorce re form reads: Resolved, That as divorce Is a measure equal ly concerning both saxes, we hold it just that all commissions created to deal with, divorce should be representative of both. To this end we, an organization of national organizations comprisinir about VCO.fXX) representative wom en, request of tho appointing power in each state, whether gubernatorial or legislative, that all such commissions hereafter to he ap pointed shall bo composed of both men and women in equal numbers. That wo ask tho National Divorce Ee form" league to take no steps toward altering exist ing laws without conferring with the national council of women of the United States throush its standing committee on divorce reform That we instruct our committee on divorce reform to ask for a hearing before the Divorce Reform league at its next meeting in order to provide for co-operation between men and wo men in reerard to this measure, which equally aiTects both. That the first step toward the elevation of the home is to put n an and woman as home makers in a position of legal equality. That a letter be sent to the rrovernor of each B'ae and territory, asktng Li:n to call tho at tention of the legislature to the situation con cerning divorce laws, requesting tbe appoint ment of a commisLion to consider the matter, to consist equally of men and women. Women's Affairs In England. Although Miss Johnson has beaten all her male competitors in this year's mathematical tripos at Cambridge, the general work of improving the higher education of women appears to be in a bad way, owing mainly, it is stated, to the indifference of those directly con cerned. The Association of Women Lec turers particularly is on the verge of bankruptcy and will cease to exist un less its patrons subscribe a certain sum of money. The association has been patronized by aristocratic faddists to any extent, but tho interest in its doings rapidly vanishes when a call for cash is made. On the other hand, women poli ticians have plenty of funds and were never more active than now. Many big meetings have been held in London and the provinces, which must have cost a lot of money, the largest gathering of the series having taken place at St. James' hall under the presidency of the Countess of Carlisle, who is probably the ablest woman in public life in this country. This activity is due to the be lief in an early general election, because there is no immediate need to bring pressure to bear on the lipuso of com mons, the hope of introdtr.ng a female suffrage bill at this session having been abandoned. London Queen. A Successful Business Woman. Mrs. Zulme E. Hearsey of Baton Rouge is one of the most successful business women in her state. Belong ing both by birth and marriage to dis tinguished and wealthy families, 6he enjoyed the numerous educational and Mr' j?B social advantages that were lavished 40 years ago upon southern young women in her station. After the close of the war, her husband being an invalid, Mrs. Hearsey opened a large bookstore, which at once sprung into popular fa vor md today is the recognized head quarters for all standard publications as well as the rendezvous of all book lovers and litterateurs. She possesses the confidence of the entire community and has controlled the sale of the New Orleans papers in Baton Rouge for years. She employs a force of 30 news boys, and her second son, Gaston Hear sey, has been her assistant for several years. She also manages a' large flori culture trade, and the roses and cr.mel lias raised- in her gardens are known all over the south. Her florist's business is scarcely less profitable than her news and bookstore. Baton Rouge (La.) Let ter. ' Cigarettes In Illgrli Society. At the woman writers' dinner in London America was well represented. Mrs. Poulteney Bigelow is described as being "magnificent in palest green, set off by some emerald velvet arrangement on her shoulders. " Everybody who has read "A Yellow Aster" will be inter ested to know that at this dinner the author, who has been christened with the title of her book as a nickname, was quite beautifully dressed. "You only saw films oi white lace as she sat half hidden behind the flowers. It was as when the auttn.m mists fall on tho asters, and the oriental pearls round her neck made orw think of the gossa mer with strings of dew pearls that cling so often arovmd the flower of that lady's choice. But when you saw the Yellow Aster take the lead in lighting a cigarette thejt comparisons failed you. ' ' London Correspondent. Tlie I-Jidy or Governor's Island. Mrs. Miles, wife of Major General Nelson Miles, who will succeed General O. O. Howard in command of the de partment of the east, with headquarters on Governor's island, is a handsome and very charming woaian, and as the lead er of army society in this vicinity she will give a life to it that it has not had for some time. She is related to Mrs. Cameron, wife of the senator from Pennsylvania, and has a lovely daughter. The two will no doubt make Governor's island a rendezvous for many well known society people, Mrs. Miles has seen life on the frontier, and some of the most interesting women are those who have had such experiences. New York Journal. Julia Ward Howe. Few of the people who saw the Bos ton poet, Mrs. Julia Ward Howe, on the platform with Dr. Depew at the dedication of the Columbus statue in Central park would have said that she looked like a woman of 75. She has the presence, the demeanor, the expression, the voice and the step of 50, she has a handsome face, is in vigorous health, gives heed to the art of dress, she is far inor lively than are most women at her time of life, yet she has been writing poetry for nearly 60 years the poetry of beauty and of nature and of the emotions and of freedom. New York Sun. Mrs. Mecltay's Latest Ball. Mrs. Mackay's latest ball in London is described as a great success. Every body who is anybody in tho London world was there. The Hungarian band played at the foot of the marble stair case in a bower of palms, and up stairs Mrs. Mackay, gowned in plain black velvet, with no other adornment than her splendid pearls, received with her young est son. Young Lady Craven was pres ent, lovely in white satin and silver, but Mrs. Walter Winans, the wife of the great American pistol shot, was ac credited the best looking woman in the room and was simply attired in pearl white satin. London Correspondent. Fine Worli. At Topeka Steam Laundry. 52 calU up the Peerless iITIXITlTTITiTlTriM WESTERN FOUNDRY ADD ESTABLISHED 187S. FOKMK1UT Topeka Foundry & Machine Works, ESTABLISH EO 1868. R. I. COFRAN, Proprietor. MANUFACTURER OP STEAM ENGINES. MILL MACHINERY, SHAFTING, PULLEYS, GEARINGS, FITTINGS, ETC. Write for Prices. TOPP.TTA. JLAS. 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TO j j glj LOUIS, CHICAGO. , OMAHA, PEORIA, ST.PADL, aiKKEAPOLIS OIL! ONE CH1KOI Of CARS TO TU1 Atlantic Coast TBI BEST LINK FOR Hew York, Pliilatlelpliia, Eon ton, Washington. AND ALL POINT NORTH and EAST. D. O. IVES, PsMSSgsv Asrosit, St. I.S)ls VIIaWOOD and high. aid pari STU'i' RAILWAY. Trains will leave Monroe Street Station week davs for Vinewood as follow: 6:45, 0:19, 11:51, 1:50, 3:07, 4:24. 5:41. Trains will leave Vinewood for Monroe street at 7:25, a: 59, 1:3J. 2:30. 8:47, 6:04. 6:24. MNDAV IKAINS. Leave Monroe street 8:02, 9:19, 10:88, 11:51, 1:50, 3:07. 4:24. 5:41. Leave Vinewood 8:42, 9:50, 11:16, 12:89, 2:80. :47. 5:04. 6:24. Extra Sunday trains will be run according to company order . rocket edition time table wil be issued in ueur futui e. mhM HULSE, FLORIST Carnal E Jin wood and Willow Araauo, Potwia Placs, . TOPEKA, KANSAS. Grows and sails plants. Makes a spe cialty of cut flowers. Does ail kinds l floral work in a first-class manner. TELEPHOr- 49 fglBlaBBBsV fiGE DREAM As yon like it. J.K. Jones, I)riiJ?ist, SOI KANSAS AVK. DIRMEY'G Relle-vea Catarrh and Cold m tna riaasl Instantly bT one application Cures rlead Noises & DEAP ml Efifi. Call a. wrl: ldos iMiata TaaiaM, Cklaav. at treatxaentor sample frre Sold by antso-lau), boo. ARCHITECT. JOSEPH MARSHALL, Architect and Superintendent, 1004 !CA.NStA AVKNUE. The State Journal's Want and Mis cellaneous columns reach each working day in the weelt more than twice as many Topeka people as can be reached through any other paper. This U a fact. m.mm" aasaTaawjaa. ZJv.Ti:.V Trl