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STATE JOURNAL, FRIDAY EVENING, JULY 13, 1S94.
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MBA'S Socle SuitS ea's Fins Sa( SuitS KcD's Froc Dr83S Suits' Summer Coats and ests Ken's Extra Trousers. Full tnilor madR.all stvles. loner Full tailor made. Clav "Worsted Less than mamifneturer's cost. A larcre line of all wool Cas- '0 fa si Cheviots, Cassimeres and Wors ted, an- suit in our store for merly sold at $12, $14 and 15, your choice 10.00. Si Boys' Spring find Summer Weight Suits, all 310 Suits for SG.50. All 12, $U and 815 for $10. Oar 316, 318 and 320, they are all full tailor made, all go for S 15.00. L-SV rag 1'4 Full tailor made, all styles, long cut, single and double breasted, 316, 318 $20 and 322, every suit goes for S 15.00. Children's Knee Pants Suits, age 5 to 14, every suit 34 to 37, reduced to 34. Every suit from 38 to 310 re duced to 35.50, 36.50 and 7. A large line of broken sizes, worth 36 to 38, Full tailor made, Clay Worsted Blacks and Gray, Cheviots, Cas simeres, Serges, all 318, 320 and 322 suits go in this sale for . 815.00. $4.00, $4.50 and $5.00. Our full tailor made C'6 and 86.50. gnu rr-1 s gj Li; S3. 00. Men's and Boys' Negligee Shirts, the largest and finest assortment to be found in the city, all new designs and styles, 75c, SI, $1.25, S1.50, 32, i less than others ask for inferior grades, all sizes from 12 to 19 collar. Less than manufacturer's cost. A large line of all wool Cas- Alpaca Coats $2, 2.50 and $3; eimere $3 and $3.50. Elegant Alpaca, Mohair and Silk Coats Worsteds, all new patterns, and Vests, all shades, So to Black, Gray and Blue Serges A to $6. The largest and best line of SUMMER MDERWEAR to be found in the city, at prices fully one-fourth less than others sk you. The best 50c, 75c and as &1 "Underwear ever offered you Silk Underwear at greatly re duced prices. A large assortment of silk and light neckwear at prices which cannot be duplicated. We always carry the most correct styles in Hats Straws, Soft Felts and Stiff Hats and we are selling for less than others own them. lements uuai 3 Straight American Comers and lens Outfitters, 325-627 KARi cn.t V; cT..'Vp:i r?,w.ip3i isiJSi ferii SJEL mQ-JEj 'JoISSSfn3 ' ! w frcl.'w wrjo i .j?lnsn .w; rr-a I cr; . j? : 1 1 p TO 0311NATE SLOAT. ThePopuli3t3VillAlmo3t Certainly Ntma Him FOR THE STATE LEGISLATURE Mn the Thirty-sixth Judicial District Tomorrow The Rest of the 1'opuliat County Ticliet. Conductor R. J. Sloat, president of the Topeka A. li. U. will be nominated for tLe legislature by the Populists in the city district tomorrow, unless something litilooked for happens. The legislative convention will be held tomorrow at the conclusion of the county convention. Mr. lotit is the only candi didate tulked of by the PopulUta and he will probably bi nominated on the tirst ballot. Ott account of his standing- with the railroad men of tbe city, fc?loat is expect ed to l e abie to j,'et most of the railroad vote, wnich wou.d be a heavy inroad on the vote wnich would otherwise go to Col Geo. V. Yetde, the Republican can didate. The election of a member of the legislature in ths city di.-trict of Topeka, the banner Kepullieau community of tue Btate, would be b j-reat boom for Popu lism, and the local members of that par ty think Chairman Breidenthai would williugly com..i to their rescue and assist with Sioat's campaign. The county convention will convene at the court house at 10 o'clock tomorrow nioruiufcT and a fall county ticket will be liOtninated, althc ujh some trouble is be iniiT experienced in liudiujj men who are willing to bee ouue candidates when de feat is as good ai certain. Of the lour candidates to be nominat ed three of thenj will likely come from the country. For county attorney, R. E. Heller, II. C. Iiaut E. E. Caesnoy and A. M. Harvey are all talked of, while .1. L. Scott of the Third ward has been suggested as a suit able candidate f jr clerk of the district court if the country delegate do not have a man for the place. The cilices of probate j udge and county euperintendent will be tilled by country candidates. The legislative convention of the Thirty-fif tii district will meet at the en pine house in North Topeka immediately after the adjoarntnent of the county convention. John ychenck and D. M. Howard are the two most talked of candidates for the nomination in tae north legislative dis trict. Xearly two weeks ago the Jocrnal rnade the anno jneement of Sloat'a can didacy for the legislature and the little papers followed a week later, with the same discovery. It ha been talked -of Bince the Urate f the strike among the railroad men tnd it seems now that their drunandt will be recognized. ilr. tr-loat at lirst vigorously declined the oCer, but seems to have been won over by the solicitations of the railroad men, for he s:ud to a State Jocrnal reporter this morning: '"I am in the hands of my fr.ends, as some fellow has already said, and if they see fit to give me the nomination, I am not prepared to say thut 1 will decline it. I would like t-i Bominatioa to be unanimous if possible for I believe in i:nity. I be lieve, too, that the office should seek the man. I have not asked for the nomina tion and shall not be disappointed if I do not get it. There is no reason why a practical railroad man in the legislature of this state should not do considerable pood. Legislation is needed in that line if in any." IS 3LC3IANN THE MUHDEIlEIt JJLACKIE DIS CHARGED. thi Suppoaeit Slayr of IS. T. Wilson, at t. trry, Arretted Hare A mysterious murder was committed last October near St. Marys. The body of 13. T. Wilaon was found in the tall weeds by the roadside, with a crushed skull, ten days after the killing-. Last nitrht Thomas McMann was arrested in Xorth Topeka charged with, the crime, and he is locked up at the city prison awaiting identification. McMann cer tainly tallies exactly with the description of the murderer. The arrest was made ne.ir the north side tire station last evening by Officer Gordon, who had McMann pointed out to bini by F. W. Jacobs of In liauapolis, one of the Rock Island's detective force, who has shadowed Mc M arm several days. V r. Jacobs was s-een by a reporter to day and he said: -'I am aatistiei that this man is the murderer of W ilson. JSot only dues he tally exactly with the de scriptions of him, but his conduct is such as to make him open to suspicion. I have followed him quietly for several days. He has been hugging: around in North Topeka. I have ta.sed to him four times and each tim ? lie gave me a diiterent name, and said his home was at a dilferent place, bat once he gave me tlie real home of the murderer." One man who haw the supposed mur derer at bt. Marys was taken to the police headquarters this moruin,' to try to identify the man. After piizing at him several moments he said, think this is the man but I can't swear to it. He looks like him, but I only caught a pass ing glimpse of the murderer last fall, and if this is he I couldn't be positive of it." R F. Wilson was among- those who went to the opening of the Cherokee strip last September. He was disap pointed in securing a desirable claim, and after staying in the strip several weeks started to return home, almost without money. He stiil possesea ms wagon and team of good horses. On his return he picked up another man who was hoofing it lack to "the states." He was also broke and Wilson volunteered to take him along. They went together as far as St. Marys in Pottawatomie county when Wilson was murdered by the man he had befriend ed. His skull was fractured with an axe and he was thrown into the tall weeds by the side of the road. The murderer then drove to town and sold the horse and team to a liveryman, with ta blood-stain still fresh on the wagon. The murder was not discovered until t:i murderer had had plenty cf tim-s in which to make his escape. The conviction of th. mur derer rests almost wholly on the identifl cation of the liveryman and his employ -ea, who were aiaiojt tlis only oaoi who saw the murderor. They are expected to arrive from St. Marys this evening. Fine Worst. At Topeka Steam Laundry. Peerless No Evidence Agalnat the Much Hunted Suppowed Burglar. George Woods alias K. Y. Blackie, who was supposed to be the leader of the gang which robbed the St. Marys post office April 21, and a Rock Island box car in this city, was before United States Commissioner Waggner today on the former charge, and he was released. Sheriff Burdge arrested Blackie in Colorado two months ago on the charge of robbing Rock Island box cars and he was discharged on a writ of habeas corpus by Judge Hazen, there being no evidence to hold him. Before he left the court room he was arrested by a United States deputy marshal and com mitted to jail on the supposition that he was one of the men who burglarized the St. Marys postotlice. Then an elfort was made to secure enough evidence to hold him, and a half dozen men from St. Marys were sub poenaed. Harrison Lambert, George Real and Joseph Counaughton had been to a dance on the night of the burglary, and saw a man who somewhat resembled Blackie, near the post office, but nothing more was developed. When Blackie was discharged be put on his hat and left the court room, look ing right and left as if he half expected to be again arrested. He has been in 'jail fifty-eight days. Auction ! Attend Edmonds' jewelry auction, af ternoon and evening, at 5d2 Kansas ave. , Thonshtfal IVl'.on consults his best interests by having a box of Krause's Headache Capsules at hand; taken as directed will prevent or stop any kind of a headache, no matter what the cause, in fact if your skull was cracked it would prevent pain. Sold by all druggists. Read the "Wants." Many of them are as interesting as news items. See if it is not so. We put on new neckbands on shirts. Peerless Steam Laundry, 113 and 114 West Eighth street For iustance, Mrs. Chas. Rogers, of Bay City, Mich., accidentia spilled scalding water over her little boy. She promptly applied De Witt's Witch Hazel Salves, giving instant relief. It s a wonderfully good salve for burnee, bruises, sores, and a sure cure for Piles. J. K. Jones. THE FASHION PLATE. Black Telvet skirts, -with very dressy waists, are much sought after. Accordion plaiting ou thin gooda is quite as much in favor as ever. A. lace hat has a puffed crown, a trim ming of ostrich tips and a full of luce around the edge of the brim. Keck bows are still worn, although not in such exaggerated proportions as those brought out earlier in the season. Extremely pretty costumes for girlfe are made with kilt plaited skirts. The plaits are about four inches wide and pressed flat. Collarettes and fichus are made tc wear with all dressy costumes. They Lave bias folds around the neck and a deep fall of lace. An elegant costume has a skirt ot heavy moire, one of the stand alone Eort, a waist of chiffon, with moire col lar, and a belt and bows of moire ribbon. A circular shoulder cape of moire, with wide revcrs of embroidery and a large bow of ribbon with ends, is among the prettiest of the new designs in these garments. Hats of fancy braid have shirred fac ings of some thin fabric, wreaths oi flowers around the brim and enormous loops suggesting Mercury wings from each side of the crown. The shirt waist is an indispensable portion of the lady's wardrobe. For morning it is made of cheviot, percale and various washable fabrics, while for afternoon there are silken materials in abundance that make dressy and appro priate waists for wear with skirts of all eorts. New York Ledger. SNAP SHOTS AT HOME NEWS, GEMS OF THOUGHT. Prescott & Co. will remove to No. 113 West Eighth this morning. Improper and deficient care of the I scalp will cause graynes of the hair and j baldness. Escape both by the use of ! that reliable specific, Hail's Hair Re-newer. Steam Steam La u a dry. La-talry Peerless The Stats Journal's Want and Mis cellaneous columns reach each working day in the week more than twice as many Topeka people a can be reached through any other paper. Thia is a faot Try Phillips' mineral water It is con sidered the finest water for tas stomach, oia W. Eighth avenue. "Tryii American Steam Laundry, 112 West 7th street, tele, 3-4L Small in size, great in results: De Witt's Little Early Risers. Best pill for Constipation, best for Sick Headache best for Sour Etomach. J. H. Jones, A tree often transplanted does not thrive. No word, once spoken, retumeth, even if uttered unwittingly. He who grasps at many enjoyments is sure to be troubled by many disap pointments. If a friend lend you his staff today, do not expect him to carry you on his back tomorrow. There is no beautifier of complexion or form or behavior like the wish to scatter joy and not pain around us. There is in our manner magnetism that reaches out from us to others in a thousand ways. We must be watchfuL Men's lives are as thoroughly blended with each other as the air they breathe. Evil spreads as readily as disease. The most knowing man in the course of the longest life will always have much to learn, and the wisest and best much to improve. Never bear more than one kind of trouble at a time. Some people bear three kinds all they have had, all they have now and all they expect to have. Never hold any one by the button or the hand in order to be heard out, for if people are unwilling to hear you you h ad better hcld iax to&eaa .th&a tiem. County Attorney Safford Is an excel lent etory teller. The grass in the Union Pacific park is somewhat ragged. The Potwin camp meeting will con tinue over Sunday. Farmers who were in the city yester day said that corn is needing rain. J. W. Gleed will address a suffrage meeting at Garfield park next Thursday, July 19. There will be a big bicycle racing meet at Holton Friday and Saturday of next week. Rev. Bernard Kelley occupied a place on the platform at the Populist meeting last night. The Kansas Mutual Life association has been admitted to do business in Mas sachusetts. The Populist drum corps used the drums belonging to Lincoln post yester day afternoon. The gatling gun belonging to the state which has been out of order since the legislative war is being repaired. President L. C. Stine of the Odd Fel lows Orphans' home at Silkville, was badly hurt in a runaway Wednesday. The Reoublicati state central commit tee is sending out literature under the congressional frank of Congressman Cur tis. The colored Knights of Pythiaa of Topeka and Lawrence will celebrate Emancipation day August 1st at Kansas City. The state school fund commissioners have purchased more Shawnee c-ouuty courthouse bonds to the amount of $15,000. The Home Missionary society of the First Presbyterian church met thia after noon with Mrs. R. A. Wallace, at 1113 Monroe street. Dr. R. A. Williams of Olathe now rises in his might and says he never was a candidate for the position of superin tendent of the Topeka asylum. Attorney General Little has gone to Parsons to look after the M., K. & T. general offices which the road has prom iaed to bring back to Kansas. .Pension Agent Glick says he believes the Democrats will poll 10,000 votes in Kansas this fall; but then he is talking through his administration hat. An enthusiastic A. R, U. man said last night, "Ihe Populisms will carry the etate by 50,000;" but the A. It U. man was just as confident the strike would win. A committee appointed by Topeka Post is making arrangements to secure government head stones for fifty un marked graves in Topeka cemetery, F. Oliver, the superintendent of the state house grounds, was introduced as Gov. Waite yesterday and some of those who met him never knew any better. The board of directors of the Dodge City Soldiers Home has refused to pay for school house built on the reservation by order of C H. Moody, the ex-commandant of the institution. Charles T. McCabe is treasurer and Harry Hibben is general manager of a new drum, corps that has just been or ganized for the campaign. Albert Hop kins pounds the big bass drum The clerks in the Santa Fe offices did some swearing yesterday when Gov. Waits arrived. It wad iaaAUna wf the !, tiring of the cannon at the M;iti grounds. It practically stopped all Governor Lewelling received a gram yesterday asking him to -j the Salem, Neb., Chautauqua, ( ' Sam Small is president, I'opnli-f Auirust 18. He declined bi-cau-.e going to sq eak at Dighton that day. Real olddyed in the wool lb-public say there were :,; 0 people at tl.- '. park last night, Democrats admit tl. were five thousand, at least: u.i say there were seven thousand whil.- 1 morning paper says there were ,0',:J 15,000. King Militfi of Sr-rvi.i divon d 1 wife for the sake of the money of Critics. He practically m,M hi ; Uc dora to Vienna financiers f.r n.i.i . He abdicated his throne. llo ilivu himself of his royal attributes, of h guardianship of his sou, ami even tX t, Servian cil izenship, in return for J: i. sums of money, ami, finally, in .!!-: eratiou of several mil 1 i mi i s f mVl. donated to hiui by the z:u and a f a ther lump sum from the H rvtaii t r -a- ; i be solemnly undertook never sign in set foot on Servian territory utile- h son were on his deathbed. As s k i ; he exhausted all his resources h: :':'- ed a reconciliation with his wife, v;U some months ago, ca.ii: into a ? large fortune from her aunt, I'iiie, Morusi. His next step was to icti.iii Belgrade on the pretext that b b. upon a decree waf'. iind aimulij nir 1. divorce from Quoui Natalie, an 1 no the young king ha sued another u;-. annulling, by fie m-.-ro stroke of a pe the decrees ena.-ted during the j,eri.ti -his minority and of the reg-n'-y aft - iug King Milan and Queen Nat.Ii-. 1 this means the law of banishmo;.t, t! annullmeiit of Milan's citizen-bi , tl removal of h;s uuiue from tlio army li. and, in fact, every one of the n; which he sold for cah i.-s re-.teM i him. He has become oitc i!iae '! virtual ruler of the country, and a- t eral in chief the rank which l.-a b--. restored to hiui he command -i t ? army. Moreover, young Kii-g Ah : -der is about to undertake a ion io t - that will last several tuontb, a::d ing that time Milan in to resume t. throne as regent. The g'-n-r;:l :p--t tion is that ho will resume it for t-.f. San Francisco Argonaut. Rudy's Pile Suppository is guara'.t i to cure Piles acid Constipation, or m an roa w. V. -...n.t :..a reiuuiiru. oo i.triit.'? - for circular and free sample to M tr: iMio, jjoik i. - firstclass druggists, and in Topeka i y R. Kennedy, corner Fourth and K.t:i- aveaue. Iii- MnxH !-i-ti!e-i. No Griping, no Nausea, no I'.un, w!, De Witt's Little Early Rise r Small PiiL Best Pill. Best PiiL J. Jones. Auction ! Attend Edmonds' jewelry auct: -. ternoon and evening, at M-i Ka:i t- v Webb& Uajrhsjrutfgibtd, JJwia.e'Y I :